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 16, 1976
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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;n, y On Teacher Raises Ii

County school board members and administrators were rev
-L---- serving comment Tuesday In the wake of a 21, page special
vS k i. master's report recommending that county teuchl'rs lx' given I li:

Council $300.000 in raises and that the contract be made retroactive 10
r Hampton July I. ,IS;

ua iM raJw, The special master attorney Thomas J. King of Birminjotllal1l.
Ala entered the stalled contract talks after I nee months of negotiating -
and federal labor mediation failed to bring .an
i y
iX :f ya'.f To Move To Void agreement. King met with negotIators from both sides 10 all ,;

eight-hour session Nov. 9. ,r
I4.T.w In his report King recommended the 'IIMII14HI) in raises, w hld\ ,
is about midway between the 5207IMHI the school board hurl
;yWi w offered and the -151.2-12 the Bradford Education Association
: Ygti k' Water Franchise I BEAt: I. lIargamer for the teachers had propoed; I.i

King said the, salary! Issue In the talks If

proposal by the board was The special master's rev F
After refusing 10 raise rates system said council "ufflcienl" in light of pre- commendations are not
10 finance improvements in chairman Curtis sent teacher salaries cost of bindinj! should either side
the water system an angry "No.1 didn't," said Bruno. living increases raises gIven reject t the fmdmgs "choulluperlnlendl'nt
1J.lmplon council voted 4 I "ThaI system was fine when 1 to other board employees this Richard
Hundreds Lined Streets To Meet Santa Tuesday to begin proceedings bought it and it was fine for year and the availability. 01 Jockl'l t III present a .
to vOid the franchise of water several years He added that funds recommendation to thl' school
Dean Iteddish young member of the Itradrflrd Hoping Club. turnout in recent )'.ars. The parade 1'1 sponsored by the Stark.- company owner Arthur lhere's nothing wrong with the "Bradrord County teachers board and the hUlrd111 I:
had the hest decorated horse In the Christmas parade Saturday, Bradford County Chamber or ('omnU'rce.a'I'n 13runo. water system in Hampton have suffered more acutely make a I il1al dl'I'IMOn. ':.
; the horse's fetlocks were dressed liP See more pictures or the parade throughout this 1 Issue or The Saying th'y'd told Bruno and that the water Is pure from a lack of increases in BI--\: !spokesman George; d:

:511 persons took part In the parade. w etched by the largl' Tl'll'graph last year they would nol make "Well mabe the water's salary In recent years than Lnpl'r said hI' tell King 'ha'
flt'ommillmt'nt until Improvements pure but the mains are have many other school substantiated our position( I!
in the system are rotten, said councilman systems in 'Ior\da\ saId the Rethink it'sa lair I'l'purl. and
made, the council members Allen "You can't really report. Bradford school \Ie hope the school bound w III ,.
Word Expected By End Of Year refund the rate Increase request expect year old water' pipes teachers received no salar\ furl Ilkellsl'l're lou"lII!.:
t On motion of the 10 be in good shape: increase for the 1975-76 year, forward to \\working ith 1111'11I
councilman Gene Taylor. "I don.t care if they're 170 and have not received an and resolving the matter I.I I.
1'C.lrd a..tn'I't1. to Investigate years old they're fme." said increase vet thIs \'ear. All t IIIIuIL I lit''\ would not.
\ollhn!; Bruno's Irant'hle on Itruno. King also recommended comment I for publtvation I''
the 11.l\lIpton\ Water Company. Bruno said the health that raises be rClroactl\e. schlM.1 Ullml"tltor, ,,, who
On 8 Federal Grant Requests Jepartmellt regularly tests noting that county have mmntallll'd throughout
: Voting/ for the motion wereas'Curtiy4 the water and that II was pro- administrators' and non- the negotiations that t thl' board .
Joint """Jlen \C'. IlOullced flow .; "t twit hours
; ; Instructional employee\ did not have any more nttnie y -
City and county officials health tenter fire station In addition those sub. ments. $1< l'XIX'l't to have word by the maintenance garage recreation mltting grant applications garage SIIMIII:!! and Dissenting/ was Hank Lott Bruno was granted a five retroactive to July I. and that suitably unhappy with the n' 'j'l
t'lul"f the month whether complex and improve.mf'n1s must: bl' able to put men to recreation complex $231.UtMI.( ) who said he didn'l see why week extension on a DEH denying, I'elroactivtiy to the port '
$.1'> million in grant apph.l'allons ,(an over 3U miles of work on t the projects within 10; The county has submitted l1runoshlluld be forced to take directive that he Improve the teach'rsould fall to put The matter dies nit' a'opecn' .
for eight projects county road... and city strl>ets.I days of their being approved applications for projects a complete loss on the system. water system to provide for them on equal footing with on the l Dec .!'o ,.dl..J. louu'ol

under the Public \\ork' I Dave h Ills of the ;North; Statewide the grant totaling $1.91111,750. Topping Bill Watson an attorney the chlorination and pressure other employees. meeting agenda, and II
Empluml'nt: have been Central Florida Regional prof.tramiII allocate $l36 the list here is tI new !ill- representing: Hampton Water He has until Dec, 21 to "sub- Insurance contributions b\ appears likely Oupt:; .'"I'kl'.
ilpprn\'l'll. Planning. Council I-nu-pc; ; millIOn According to the inmate county jail to cost Company owner Arthur stantially comply" with' the the board, currently $2UII :ij oho leaves nlfll'l' Jan' 4. will '
said Economic Gainesville Sun, progra ms.Ipphl'd $1.237.0110 \\I would bl' bUilt Bruno reminded the council trective which means he per teacher per year, are call for an emergency hard I.nWl.t I..
The two local governments :Administration Development t iED.\i 0111- for in the state amount just west of lhar county court- that Bruno has been ordered must submit plans and specifications "adequate:' the report saId. Injot \e II hm I hI' nett 11'I/
lute applied fur funds for anew vials irJ Atlanta to 51 oao: billion eight times house w Ilh an overhead ramp by the state Department of for the improvements "in thaI no notice has been weeks to discuss Ihl' board'
city hall JaIl, mental began Dec pro.15 the amount to be allocated. connecting It to the second Environmental I Regulation to DEH and retain a given or even indicated, that accepting ur rejecting the .'
yessmg and ha\oe applications indicated that local Local officials feel lhel'Ounty's floor courtrooms in the court- (IJEltI to snake improve. professional engineer. the premium costs will report.
iirr'Y governments will be notified high unemployment house The county has also menus in the system to provide After testing samples of increase during the school Chief school hn.1I
,11ownQ rate I iclase 10 9 per cent, t0 submitted applications for pr'rndnent chlorination and a Hamptonater in year Insurance contributions negotiator Eddie Ioug6t\ de
the nit of the hither
by t' w
year than the national road improvements -167.711: November 1975, the board wIth ..
not their have points higher consistently adequate water by the along dined to comment IIn the report )
or applllallons
"been approved. average) and low median and a mental health clinic, pl'l'ssure.Ill' Bradford County Health salary hikes and retroactivity or to speculate' on who
ED,1: a division of the U S. income ((52,372 compared 10 III-1IMIO.. Said Bruno who is also Department instructed users of the contract. had been an he will next meet with IIE\ i.
!lJl'pdrtment of Commerce, is $3,9:10: for Florida I gives II a Under the Public Works the mayor of Hampton could 10 bOil all water for human He laId the report was still ;
administering the funds. good chance of receiving at Employment Act 70 per cent not make the improvements, bacteria to eliminate being stUdll'd and that 11\ !
least some of the grants. of monies allocated will be rev which Watson estimated could contamination. Rain Totals wanted to discuss se'ri't,
Atlanta is the southeast
I administration center for Two billion dollars IS allocated served for localities having a cost as much as 515IIIHI. unless Bruno said that the problem items 10 the report \\lth Kung: :
submitted .. nationally under the lulotlll'r-than-lhe-natloOd: ,n'. the city raised enough to defray was caused by a leak that no before saying 01thutg Inc I
grant under applications tile Public Works Employment erase unemployment rate the expense. one knew about which was Inches would not say. what the ttenwere. ,'
program. Act. Grants totaling $2-1 billion and the remainIng 30 per cent allowing ground water 10 contaminate 3.2 .
Allocation of monies under have been requested is for localities having an unemployment -ormally; ; in business you the water supply. School hoard 111t'11\1\1",
Thursday, Dee 16 this program which are out- nationally. rate higher liMn would pass this kind of thing Since thaI was correcled Arthur (;i.l..kins. 1',111'1" i"
right grants and reqUire no The city of Starke has 65. Local officials have said on to your customers but he Bruno said there have been In 2 Days Spl'njotler'I'rnun p.II'IIIt'II! : il
matching funds Is based 'Bl'unI; l'an't du this' saId
the tinder the with the water
county qualifies no problems also
Bradford Hospital, area's applied for grants totaling and art 1I011ld.1\ retu.etto \ '
primarily on an unemployment
"Ill' raisetlu'
t.633,04I1I. fIrst group. \\'atson. can only Bruno says he is losing mone)' u'nl IIil the ''I l
Board Meeting rate. Also con. Top priority IS a five cent without The Starke area, within a cmm 11'1'1
1 p.m. :sidered is the art'a's pnpula new cIty hall, to he built on the Grants submitted are first rates per on the water sstemhlch radIus of 15 miles received an Board :\1"111111'1' ,17' 1'.II'I'"h" '
grounds of the present one sent 10 -CI-'HPC; ; 10 Gainesville. your permission"W' has 116 customers could nlll 111' reached Inl'
hon, snze type of project.IIIl'oml' the state office of itcmt said theater rates the average of 3.2 Inches of ram ,
then to In other business 1I..lIIh.'I' ,dhe'
which will cost $-107.04111 l'omml'lIl I One n
Dee 17
Friday, of residents long. could have to bl' raised during a -IS hour perIOd from
Economic (Development md only council
Other'' projects submitted : duln't even knit the report
: to
range effects of the project are a new fire station, then to EUA:) inllanta for $1 ill n month per customer to -\ccepted the resignation \Ionday. Wednesdaymorning. had been IS"II"1. ;mil they ,,I.
and median income the
Annual Christmas Play 10 $174,000 street i mpro\'e. filial approval. enable Bruno to payoff a of town marshal Ralph Green saId Ihl'\ wanted, III road. II" $
5tarke Church of God area $tO.tIlIO) horn over a period of who is moving to Mississippi .A slow drizzle for most of report m lull hl'lll""
422 N. 5t Clair 5t, five Yl'lrs to be w ith his children. Steve the two days. the rain soaked l'Uml1ll'l1tin
1:30: p.m. Taylor said he would not Barnum was appointed inlo dirt roads making them a IIn\\I'\'I' It I" known Ihu. .! .
Everyone Invited 3 Local Me 11 Dra'lv Terms make "an)' kind of dollars and temporary marshal: pending muddy bug board members ,III' '

cents commltlml'nl" unlll the a final decision by the council :Mrs.W'.Pilson.. attendant particularly unhappy, \utli flu
Gospel Sing improvements werecompleted after reviewing all applications at the fire tOiler near retroactivity 1'1'01.11111 "I th..
Lake Butler and the DEltas for the post. Brooklyn Lak!', said the downpour recnnunendationt .11111 ti''
High 5choolAudtorium 1" Robberies satisfied.I -Decided to send notices to had a noticeable effect on that: It would 11.11111'1'1' lutut! '
ZipJlart "Wl' told Bruno a year ago those persons tailing to purr the lake level which had been contract! negnltations 1\ I'" I
SponsorArcher \\l'd consider a water rate chase a city occupational steadily dropping 10 recent l'ount1l'll"Iwl'''
Funeral Home Two Stdrke men who pled leniency, but Judge Tench Bronkl'r, was sentenced to a raise w hen the work was completed hcense.ileaI'd. months "Tlil'I'l'S n" way undid ? .
7:30 p.m guilty 10 the September II was not swayed by the rev prison It'rm..r 1O'l'ars for hIs and he h."n't. done one a report from LOUIS lull fire tower at sun the 1>".ll'tI'S gimg'; t Itl 11..",.
$1,50 donation robbery of the ZIPPY :Mart on fIUl'StS. The judge concurred August t 22 holdup of the same thing about It yet:' said Taylor on a prelJminar Highland was second with ::13 that contract 1'1.11".1\. I
L'S.:1111: al SHIS.t're sen- with the 15''ear term con'emence shIrt' ora L'S-It:!! Taylor population estimate of169 inches for the two days .. one said one' h"I.11
Monday, Dee 20 tencedtol5-year prison terms negotiated.. between Assistant. at SH-III flumpton citizen Bill persons for the city up 8.1 inch rl'Cordtodlondol'V: and 2.3 In his I't'pclrl. King shirt
here Friday afternoon by Attorney Tom I-I\\ell: and Lewis 1'1 n'd a plea IIf Summers salll Bruno should from the ::1111 counted in the inches Tuesday thlt hegnunng Hank III Ih."t'
Bradford School Board ('lrcult'ourl.Judjote Benjamin Public Defender Hick Parker, gUilty furl an earlier lire with the standards I9iU census. \\ hen contacted Wednesday with a h"du'I"I't....
7p m, :\1. Tench.lv'ilham. the d..fenddnl's "IIorney. arraignment lie was credited required by the state, ur give -'hanged its regular morning al his north of'- teal'l1'rs lit Hrmllord ,'ullnl'
Paul Hamilton and In addItion to his with !95: days served m the up the water works meeting tIme from 8 to 7:111pm :: Late, farm. straberrv received 57.11 ?: Inli2\! i:S;
Elks and Elke"u Ct'I'1II'In, Tyler. both 20. lIamlllon receIved a parents. county jail while awaiting "I 1 don'l Sl'l' why the cIty of The council meets on the gro\\er Lloyd GrIffis" was "out t which was the second hljotlw..1
Dinner 7 p.m. were given the 1\: ,)ear prison for leniency from request James sentence His mother a p.pt'arl'd Hampton should hI' required second :\Ionday of each ditching water, but said among .14. suh"Ilnl"llI
Meeting 8 p.m terms by ,'hadge Tl'nt.'h. A thIrd lIunt, a clergyman. Hev. Hunt before the court on his In... underwrite! this_.. __ man's month. there would be no damage to comparable s,.'.II'l11s 111 Ihi't
person charged m the solid Hamilton had changed l>half in requesting leniency business" he addl'd. straw berry plants "If \\e don'tget statl' In I\liI.7-1: 111'1'
Flu Shots !oo1'ptel11hl'l' I It t robbery, a while incarcerated awallln Also sentenced 10 circuit After more comments by Friday Pick-up any' more right now. even though they had h.'t'"
Health Department woman I is scheduled for a sentencing and had come to court here last Friday. havng Taylor on theater system, Camp BlandlOl reported given :1 44 {pt'n'l'nt raise to.57.Utl .
12 to 4 pm. ,February 1 H jury Irial. realize the wrong commlttlod. pled gUilty during earlier lIrunosald "I'll sell II to you If Set In Urooker 28: inches 'i.7 :Monday and : Bradford teachers
arraignments. you want It." 215 inches Tuesdays 11'.11'flood. rank had dropped eighth III
Tuesday Dee, 21 Tenna l'a mpbell 18. of Key- Hut Judge Tench respondedthat .. rank Eugene Jones of what want (her lIolidu'MBROOKEH BlandlO forester, saId 197-1.75. teachers received aS
lIel entered a "ThaCsjust you
stone ghts Hamilton had been given"ample" Starke to probation thIs should have some effect .
one.'eolr and
: i raise to $7.7711
Lawtey Open House written plea of not gUilty De-. leniency by the court and a fine of $1,0110 for possession and I wouldn't" give retorted.you a Saturday gar. on the level of KinKsle Lake. ranked twelfth ammng the' l'
City Hall comber: of two( counts of robbery in the past noting prior of marijuana nickel for it. Taylor bage collections will be made which he described as .the systems having received 1111
4spm.Refreshments, stemming from the probation an connection with a Morris Russell Croft "Tht only reason you ever on Fridays during the holidays lowest for this lime of year raIse for the t9i.71elr: theteacher .
Served September II holdup and will JI'cember 19701 window Starke to lo.yt'ars probation bought that thing is so you here that 1 have seen in the past :20ears. reached the bottom III
Public Invited go on trIal in 'ebruary. could sell !It t back 10 the cIty for that both Christmas ." Hood attributed the
breaking and resisting arrest with additional conditions of a :' Noting ) the rankings and are !still r
In pronouncing sentence on conviction and a ;November; $7:)" fine and the agreement a big fat price and New Year's fall on low level In Kmgsley to the there '
Flu Shots Hamilton a04 both of 197-1. breaking and entering not to contact his step. should Watson consider said maybe hiring the city an Saturday this year city garbage lack of usual heavy rams in For the Hank III tl'a'hl'r.Kln .
Health Department whom had .vier entered ron'iclion children for sexual battery of theater contractor WIllis Grimes August. '11 recommendation .
12 to 4 p.m gllllty pleas: Judge TE'nch said Hamilton and Tyler were minor engineer tour'ey! asked for and received per. "We haven't had any fringe would mean .In annual I
It was< "by ''the grace of God"Thal credited with the 9t days Dorolhy Hisby, Starke. to system! and get an estimate make theimprovements. on mission 10 make the Saturday hurricane rains In several increase about I-IIMI.. w hlch 1
Starke City Council the men were not ap- served in the Bradford County six months probation for two what would cost to pick ups on Friday during the years, and the water table has is $21HI less than 11h..ul:
7 p.m. Jai while awaiting sen of arrest holidays at a regular meeting been ," he said.
pt'arll' before him awaitingsenlercmg counts resisting dropping! asked (or and $!li1 more than\
for murder. The lencingIlamdton without 'iolence. "I don't think \\1. could do of the town council Monday Santa F e fire lower reported the school hoard had pro.posed. .
judge noted! thai although the led local lawmen Harold Ilodge. Starke to thaI for less than three to five Dec. 13.Tuesday. I 16 inches for the two day's KII1j\! n'
iIIhr ( OmmunUg&tatr charge for which the pair on an eight hour manhunt Five-years probation for the thousand dollars," said pick ups will re- and New River tower was the commend.ltinntlllrI pl.H'l'
hank was sentenced roooery. IIctobt'r 211. when he escaped burglary of an Ellington Road Taylor, main as scheduled and Saturday drIest spot in the county with these teachers In tht' median
a shot gun had been used in the from Jail. Escape charges residence "rind.. yet you expect me to pick ups will resume after only 1-1 Inches recorded. range of the fourteen l'nllntlt'll.
!A 1, ounif' Now Insured UPTo holduJPt. were filed; however they Charles Collins Jr. an do ite asked Bruno. the hohdays RadIo station WPXE in Starke Hank 11 teachers cthn.t'
$40 000 by 'arnlly members appeared were later dropped Inmate al the Lawley ('or. "Well. my feeling Is that' you Friday pick ups are recorded 2 Inches from with l\1 tlllt erR' IrgreesitS.'c
I""I Oepos, 'insurance Cop before the court just prior to Another! ZIPPY Mart robber re 'tlonalln\htute.! to an add knew what you were- getting scheduled for December 2-1 Monday night to Wednesday
sentencing making pleas for John Dillon Lewis 27, of (See Page 121 Into when you bought the and 31 morning. .!' 1'1'111' I 12):

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Colleen Nichols And Mitch Brannen .. ," ', V -, I :
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Wed Dec. 4At First Baptist Church :,: ; 'i : : ._.\ ',,

Yy Miss Colleen Kay Nichols brother Gregory Nichols, the were Mike Lee Joe Brannen,
daughter of the late Mrs. bride wore a silk organza Wade Andrews Frank
Durrance,and Blair Harrison.
Myrtice Nichols of Starke, and gown over satin which +
Mrs. Bill Wise served as r
Gary Mitchell Brannen, son of featured a fitted bodice high-
of honor and Miss
Mr. and Mrs.Jack Brannen of lighted by a narrow tucked matron
Donna Prevatt was
Lake Butler were united in ruffle. Interspersed alone the
marriage December 4 at 8 ruffle were embroidered bridesmaid. They were
pm in the First Baptist flowers and seed pearls. The gowned alike in floor length
Church, Starke with Rev. Ben high neck featured the tiny gowns of forest green jersey
Bryant performing the ruffle. The long fitted sleeves featuring a yoke and cap
sleeves The front fell in sott
nuptials. and skirt ended in the narrow
accented with gathers from the yoke. They
Decorating the altar were tucked rufffle
ar-- two standing baskets of white embroidered flowers and seed carried nosegays of miniaturered
a4t1. and red carnations against a pearls which went around and carnations. holly
background of branched was part of the attached train. breath.A
held in the
candelabra with white tapers. Her elbow length veil of silk reception was
Hall. Mrs
Marking the family pew were illusion was attached to a Fellowship
"I'll Take The One Wrapped In ." red satin ribbons. Juliette headpiece of tiny and J.E. Hardy greeted in the the receivingline guests
Mrs. George Canova flowers and seed pearls. She
These members of the Little Women's Club wrapped themselves as Christmas presents, threw organist, and -Mrs. Bobby carried a nosegay of and were Mrs. the Jack bride Brannen.and groom
candy: to the kids,and made a big hit in Saturday's Christmas parade. Milner and Bill George miniature white carnations MfS7 GteWAlvarezandMiss'
The girls! are (1-r) Lynn Barber Brenda Roberts Annllen, Cindy Cano\a. and Mckie: soloists presented a programof holy: and baby's breath June Hardy kept the bride's
:\orman. nuptial music. Steve M. Brannen attendedas r J
Given in marriage by her best man and the ushers book.
Decorating the hall were
pedestal baskets of white and
red carnations.The .

covered bride's with a table white satin was

rnlw 01llOOlrnu( ; mil cloth tiered centered wedding cake.with The a three cake

was flanked by two silver
candelabras decorated with

( (] white held red and burning red carnations tapers. Mrs.and 1

11 ..1] 0 J Brannen.T. Prevatt cut the and cake.Mrs. Steve

Presiding at the punch table ,
were Mrs. Mike Nichols, Mrs \ .. "
Nichols, Miss Valerie '\

Qa I (B 11 urn aJ oQOC( ( a 11 Q 0LJJ0U Jimmy Pabst Philip Paulk Assisting,-Mrs.and Reddish Miss Linda were Mrs.Joy Johns Mrs.Lane.Charles,Hazel Mrs. .." -.

Hardy, Mrs. H.M. Hatcher,

(! c lmUJlffi(! Jr.and George Milner, Mrs.Mrs., Mrs.Pierce Charles John Levon,Greene Mrs.Darby Andrews Bobby, Mrs.

Handing out rice bags were
nieces of the bride: Misses
Stephanie Nichols, Amy Jo
Carter, Rebecca Lawson, and

A holiday from regular pricesLaZBoy" Kimberly Following Lawson.a wedding trip to

South Florida the couple is
residing in Lake Butler.
The bride is a 1973 graduateof
Bradford High School and is
employed as a teacher's aideat
Starke Elementary School.
:Mr and :Sirs Gary :Mitchell Brannen
:Mr Brannen is a 1970
graduate( : of L'mon County
High School and is the
i -uW manager of Shadd Shell
Station in Lake: Butler

f % 11 n_ 'a MethodistClassChristmas

u_ __ __ Parties

from /t4at :Members of the :Methodist
Women's class of the First

La-Z-Boy makes every day a holiday of comfort. just' 4p1&al : LnttedIt'thothst: : : Church
fijfl (( enjoyed a Yuletide I progressive
lean back and relax, or rock your tensions away. What dinner Tuesday
evening December I 6.
better way to say "happy holiday" every day. Now. .. ,. :Mrs Olin WhIte served
punch and appetisers at her
the chair that is a holiday of luxury; is yours at home on Lake street From
there the gathered at
the savings of the season. A wonderful l the home: of :Mrs Drew
I, I Ia I Ii Reddish for the covered dish
selection of La-Z-Boy styles) in main course.

America's favorite fabrics can Later in the evening the
1 l members went to the homu-of. -
a be yours, in time for Christ \ :Mrs KV Strickland for
mas giving Come 1 1i Gifts were exchanged and
and social hour was enjo>'ed,
in and save, All of the homes Mere
JM r'I I beautifully decorated for the
now. holiday season.Methodist: .

T\ic 1 1t : Group Five met .

\ Tuesday night at the home: of
: -, It 11t.r4 \ !Mrs SG. Denmark for their
Christmas party with :Mrs
Don hostess.Hardenbrook as co -

t tl
Vii :Members spent the first
part of the evening making
Christmas tray favors for the
Starke ;Nursing'; Home Each
II member brought a gift or two
for a family of five that
3j needed help: during the
p'I' I holiday Groceries were also
f= added to the gift basket.
During the social hour gifts
were exchanged and refresh
: ments enjoyed.

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I.E.L.Class Has

7di& Luncheon Dec. 10

The TEL. class of the
First Baptist Church had a
Christmas luncheon in the
Education Building Friday,
December 10.
It's A Fact You Can Do Better At The decorations carried out
the Christmas theme Table
arrangements and
decorations were done by
434 W. Call St. !Mrs Lola Johnson, class
president Mrs. C.A. Knight,
Phone 964,5827M social chairman and Mrs.
Earl Searing, class secretary.Mrs. .
r Johnson presented each
member and guest with a
EN6lARKJIfiwe uR corsage of hand knitted
; Christmas bells.
i Invited guests were Pastor
i Ben Bryant and Mrs. Bryant, '
Minister of Music, William '?
I George and !Mrs George,
Minister of Education Travis
Kimbril and Mrs. Kimbnl and ,
Mrs Mary Sessions.
E !Mr George gave an
_. inspiring devotion followed bya
Christmas hymn "There's: a
A >Dow14'fowN Song in the Air." i
9S # The ministers were
TrA1e3K oMatt presented with Christmas
s fir 4 'en boxes filled with goodies( to be
enjoyed during the holidays
The class members
exchanged P'fts' i

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Eckerds Employee aa, I rI Hospital Staff Chrt

w Have Xmas Party Party Held Saturt r rq

bd a .
Employees of Eckerds' The Bradford County Hospital ment. The
Drugs Store enjoyed a employees held a dinner tables held c\;
Christmas dinner party dance Saturday night at the Christmas ire
Saturday evening at the homeof Woman's Club. Board MeFl
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Harper Festive Christmas decor Dampier presen
on Butler Road. ations and Christmas trees to Mrs. Inez Gree /
V -' The dinner table was 4 were placed at vantage points of the board, and
covered with a Christmas /r throughout the auditorium. A sang Happy Birthda
I I rr ]T table cloth and was centered r frosted pine cone Mr. Dampier also pre, )
with a colorful ceramic arrangement with twinkle ten year pin to Leola 1
Christmas tree. lights graced the piano. and twenty years pins toi '
Games were played duringthe __ Felt bell number tags were Holmes, Gloria King, B '
evening and the highlightwas presented to each member Fayson and Thelma Gr
the opening of the "gag" and guest as they arrived. Following dinner dancing t:
gifts. Prizes were presented as was enjoyed to the music of
numbers were drawn and the "Lite As A Feather" band '
during the dance contests. from Jacksonville. !
Olin Whites Host m
The buffet table was The approximately 100 ';
covered with a red linen cloth attending included board j
Christmas PartyMr. : and centered with a red and members employees, retired '
t silver Christmas arrange. employees medical staff and i
and Mrs. Olin White +' M'.ts +u. courtesy staff.
were hosts for the Koch's t

Itnt':' J :mt.JWJ&,.. ': Drug Saturday Lake Store street.night Christmas at their party homeon Teenage Volunteers Christmas PartyMrs. !t I

,1rs.. Dave Shu ford pours for (l-r) Mrs. Sadie Elder Mrs. The refreshment table was Linda Johns enter. Two games were played and :
riiarlvs Swartz and Mrs. William Wilson at the Bradford CountyHospital's covered with a red linen cloth tained the Teenage Volunteersat prizes awarded. i
annual Christmas tea. edged with wide red lace and -. a Christmas party Saturday The dessert table was ''
centered with a pedestal u w ? f night at her home on Weldon covered with green linen cloth
BC.Hosp.AuxiliaryChristmas arrangement consisting of a m street.A and centered with a holly,
large red candle encircledwith strawberry and candle !
Tea red balls and white fern Christmas tree and arrangement. The crystal :.
SundayThe interspersed with silver bows. festive holiday arrangements punch bowl held cokes and
Bradford County candle holders held red Mrs. Dorothy Reese presidedat highlighted points of interestin was presided by Teresa
Hospital Auxiliary held its candles. At one end of the the silver punch bowl at one I the party rooms. Hobbs. Marla Reddish also ;
annual Christmas tea Sunday table was a silver coffee end of the table. The buffet The girls had a Dutch treat assisted in serving. :
in the Hospital Conference service. The food table was was highlighted with a red and ,. Ii'.. dinner at the Pizza Hut and their
.. 18 girls including
Room honoring the hospital centered with a white ceramic white Christmas arrange. ;.r. went to the home of Mrs.
..' .. ,' sponsor, Mrs. Frank Shirley
ments. .I.J; Johns for dessert.
cupid container holding 1".J.
staff and Auxiliary new -
"+- '. enjoyed the affair.
members.The arrangement of holly and red The mantel in the living ,,;&. '. ."'" -:. i
two tables were covered silk balls. room was banked with holly -/ ', ... ..' i
with lace cloths over red linen. The punch table in the foyerwas pine cones and white candles.A ;-- -:: .< i'
One table held a crystal con- also covered with a lace focal point in the living \ The GaarJ Belongs, YOU BELONG IN
tainer holding an arrange- cloth over red linen. The silver room was a beautiful
ment of leather leaf fern punch bowl was encircled witha Christmas tree where THE NATIONAL GUARD. There numerous
holly bows of red velvet, Christmas flower ring. The members of the staff gatheredand Raggedy, Doll Collection On DisplayAndrea ; are
u hite pompoms and two white wall table in back of the punch exchanged gifts. Larry openings for prior service men in the Starke Guard. We
doves. table was centered with a six White served as Santa Claus.
Matching crystal branch silver candle holder Among the 31 attending Abrams and Judy Dukes and Ilrs.bram's daughter. Shannon Inspect some of the offer good pay plus fringe benefits and promotions. :
decorated with holly and ivy were Mr. and Mrs. Michael Raggedy Ann dolls made by the two women.
Rebecca and held red tapers. White of Gainesville. Their crafts are currently on display at the Bradford County Library and include dolls string e.1I *...1111 Or Visa tk.anal
McMillan, Mrs Dave Shuford. pictures crocheting and bun warmers. The exhibit runs through the end of the month. ,

president of the Auxiliary and _. _. -. -. - _. _. _. ... .. .. .. U. _. .. .. .. __ ._ _.U U _. __ ..
James ; ; ; ;
Bacchus Mrs. Drew Reddish stood in DUPLICATE BRIDGE I II
the receiving line. CLUB RESULTS I

Wedding Dec. 1 19 Mrs. Linda Johns, social BIRTHSMr.
chairman in charge of the Mrs. J.D. Odom and Mrs. ;
affair, had assistants at Lex Green were the winning Shrine
The wedding of Miss as and Mrs. Jerry Hulseyof : Starke Club
McMillan and James intervals: !Mrs. J.W. Kincaid, couple Duplicate Bridge
Rebecca Starke announce the birthof
Bacchus will be an event of Mrs Harry Gruen, Mrs. Tuesday night. Mrs. Dolly Y
a daughter, Teresa Kay,
Kunig and Jeff Wrenshallwere
Richard Mrs. 11.11.
December 19, at 4
Sunday, December 2 in Alachua
second and Dr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Olin Mrs.
Adams White
in the First Baptist
m. General Hospital. Grand-
p Church Starke with areception :M.A.Kelos, Mrs.Baldwin Kiert, Sundusadee Mrs. Pete Jim The Minesinger public is invited were to third.play parents are Mr. and Mrs. S.J.O'Steen H
in the
following of Starke and Mr. and

Woman's friends Club and of relatives Starke.All are Mrs.Uasford.Approximately L.C. Early and 150 Mrs. A.C. Tuesday with the Pratt the nights club Street at which 7:30 Recreation: p.m.meets at Mrs.Rockmart Inman Ga. Mrs.Hulsey Ilulsey of is (BIIU0U iJ ( 0 i

invited to attend the weddingand Center the niece of Mr. and Mrs. J.W.
called between the hours ofthree
reception. Ilulsey of Starke.
and. five o'clock. _____

Robin Sam Wylie Williams, III Some MechanicsUse a 1 I ( I\l ? y yr '

Wedding Dec. 18

:Mr. and Mrs. John Williamsof
Brooker and :Mr. and Mrs. Any Parts
Samuel W>lie of Roanoke \ FI
Ala. invite their friends and ': FREE ;
relatives to the marriage of They Can Find. .' .? ( : ,
their children Robin Lynn
Williams and Samuel :Mark 1.
Wylie, 111 on Saturday. .
December 18 at 3 p.m. in the Not e
Brooker Baptist Church. ;

BPW Club To Hold X ; : Sat Dec. 18th ;

/' _

Dinner PartyIn I : \ \" ./ ..'\ Iil11e' ,

season keeping the Starke ith the Business holiday Mr.Hfflrwy : .. //i 11 l .

and Professional Women'sAssociation

will set aside the f I 0IJmruu000( Jrnv -00. ..
usual business meeting and
dinner at '
program to hold a a.
the home of Sonia and Frank '1 .
: II
Camp in I.alo\tey on Friday JWlXilMEverybody's ; / ii I /

evening pm.Husbands December or escorts 17 ,at along 7:30: \ 1/; I / 1 I ; / l aaQao UrnB( : p:.o .:.

with guests and prospective OM Mill $ ith U.S. 301 Sit,", Flat
members are invited to sharein Heard of Mechanics Who Fix Cars Trucks
an evening of relaxing and aeaawttallasaew '
enjoying one another's With Whatever Parts They Can Find.
interested in
lending Anyone or in IH'W membership But Most People Who Care About What They're Driving
please call Lillian Fruit "tn\ls i
Pearson president 782-3H06. Want A Reputable Service Technician Like MR.GOODWRENCH .

The Professional At Your Nearby

Santa 12 Youngsters Claus Hosts GM DEALER. Hot Dogs Candy Christmas Bag : ,'


Santa Claus joined and 12 four preschool you bring your GM car or truck to Mr. Goodwrench you can be sure of getting Rides For :
children Pilau
mothers for lunch Dec high-quallty parts that are specified for It. And with Genuine GM Parts you knowthey're Chicken I
young engineered and manufactured to tough GM standards.In SniallChildren i
Woman's Club in
9. at addition Mr. Good wrench also has the right tools and equipment to help him do
St.irkt colorfully the lob right,many of them designed especially for GM products.
The tables were .
each child s ;
decorated and was

served cookies and gingerbread punch.A men EXPERIENCE COUNTSJust Come Out And See Santa Claus ;

special chair was reserved -

for Santa from wherehe as Important Mr. Goodwrench Is a specialist who works on GM cars and
!greeted: each Christmas"and youngster trucks almost exclusively. So he builds up more GM experience than servicemen Meet And Greet New And Old a
with "Merry :
elsewhere and that means he knows a lot about what you drive.So
a small gift. If you think of your GM car or truck as something special there's one good way
The party was. sponsored by to help it deliver the kind of performance it's designed for.That's by taking it back for
:Mrs. Joyce Hiherd of the service to your GM Dealer's home of Mr. Goodwrench-and Genuine GM Parts. Friends
Starke partment.Public Health De :

Young ladies in attendancewere
Joan Hall Linda Smith. YOUR GM DEALER
Chris Wilson and Clarise -
Stephens. CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE saShrine Club Ladies

( ---t (olX: j, CHEVY TRUCKS \\ec. Dec .

,%th Rummage 18th. .

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11'I.ClC1'11: : ;i
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H..Mi Ida. IIWISffoiid : H 't :

( lass |>c>M.im-|paid 1 SALE
.ill Stark. Hoi id..
U.S. 301 North Phone 9647500STARKE

SlIbl'riplit..II.lt.( .,:
,InlradrnriM: rIx'r| FLORIDA
>carSIsis I iOiilHinVlriidrurru 11I1I"lh" All Proceeds To Go To Shriners Crippled Children Hospital :

: fxeery "Sooner or Later Your Favorite Dealer" .
ear: IL.MIsK; I months

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ARAPII December 16, ta.u

I ,'e Dancers Host Tommy Hamilton To

....,. ItI' .Iass And Area Clubs ;b/joJ"ow/ .

,,0 persons from square dancers. Members of Head B-U Cattlemen
County, Jackson- the Sweet Art Squares from Mr. and Mrs. George W.
..ainesville, and Yulee Yulee and the Gii T Squares secretary of the FloridaCattlemen's Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Rex
T + e New officers InsUllled
were attended the funeral of
guests of Starke'l square of Gainesville used the event rw Association.
at the Bradford.Union
alee club, the Strawberry to meet and dance together. + Cattleneb's Executive vice president George Brown's brother,Silas
.wingers, at a covered dish The Grand Squares, another C +tt the Lake Association Butler dinner at Jim Mummey of the Florida Elza Brown, in Cordele, Ga.
supper Friday night, Dec. 10. Gainesville club, and the { Community Cattlemen's Association was on Saturday, MI'. and Mrs.
Center which
Special guests of the club Happy Hoofers, a Jacksonville Tuesday night guest speaker for the dinner, Ralph Brown of Port Char-
Y k iQ was attended by over 150 lotte also attended the funeral
were members of the new club, were represented. and gave a report on
square dance class recently Gii T. Crosby, caller for the 't bAr a persons.Elected presided for 1m Association activities for the and spent Thursday and
started. The dlnner.dance Gil T. Squares as well as the Sunday with the George W.
hopefully will become an Strawberry Swingers, called r was Brooker.Tommy Other Hamilton officers of year The Bradford UnionCattlemen's Browns
annual event, says Gerri for the dance. Guest e'filer for Association is an
elected Morris Brown of
Lewis, several An Vllson, were Mr. and Mrs. William
president of the Starke tips was Worthington Springs, vice- educational( organization with
club caBer for the Sweet Art Breland and daughter of
along husband, Jim some 160 members in the two
,and Norman of
Lewis. Squares from Yulee. president Ray counties. Projects include the Glendale, Calif., Mr. and Mrs.
The dinner-dance took place Starke, secretary treasurer. annual 4-H FFA Steer Show Jan Douglas of Hattiesburg
Seventeen out.of-town In the new National Guard The officers were installed and Sale held each at the Miss and Mr. and Mrs. Jim
couples joined the local Armory on Edwards Road.2k by G.C. Perry of Bellevue, Bradford County Fall'year Baley of Asheville, N.C are
spending next week with their
parents, Dr. and Mrs. H.G.

Three Honorees YouYnow New officers and directors 0'the Bradford.Unloli Cattlemen'lI Association are (CI'f): .UJ4osr-JVrww/ Bollinger.
Front row ('harll'll natdret', Bradford director: Morris Brown Jr., \'Ice.presldl'nt from
Complimented \\'orlhlnr-loll. Sprlllgs: Tommy Hamilton, president, nrookl'r: Ray Norman, secretary, Bradford Mark Crawford of Fort Miss Rhonda Edwards of Attending dance the sponsored beginner'ssquare by
MI' and Mrs. Bud Duke of County Rucker, Ala. will\ be home on FSU is home for the holidays Gil T. of Gainesville .
the Squares
Luncheon Auburndale visited the row Shands Howard, past-presidt'nt from UnIon County; J.T. Parrish, Bradford leave from Friday to Jan 2, Recreation De-
Lawson families director: Fred !Mueller stale director from Slarke: Russell Williams, Union director who at the
on Tuesd.tYof : John staying at the home of his Ernest P. Renner, In Gainesville
Mrs. J.R. Wainwright, Mrs. last week. Woodh'y l'niull dirl'ctor. partment
and underwent lung two
grandparents, Mr. Mrs. surgery
Dr. and
Charles Darby and Mrs Lu Not pictured are Slate Director nay Crawford, Union County; Union Director Robert Worrell Barney McRae. Mark's weeks ago has been removed Saturday D.W night Whiffen,were,:1\11'. and
Illld Bradford Director nub Mrs.
Struth whose birthdays fall in Bill McClane of Jackson. Paterson. mother, Mrs. Ira Wells, and from intensive care at Mrs. Mac Baldwin, Co\\. and
December, were honored at a ville spent the weekend with Mr. Wells of Gulf Breeze will Alachua General Hospital and Mrs. H.1\I. Hatcher, Jr., Mr.
lovely luncheon Saturday at hIs parents, I\1r. and I\1rs. have visitors.
pick him up and bring him may and Mrs Bobby Allen, Mr.
the Garden Restaurant Houston McClane.
gIven here. The Wells w lalso\ and Mrs. John Greene, Mr.
by Mrs. George Miller. remain through the holidays. T-Sgt. and Mrs. Norman Morris Williams,
and Mrs.
The long luncheon table 1\11' and I\1rs. Mark
Rigdon and family of Seymour
and Mrs AI Carlisle, Mr.
w here nine guests were seated Hamilton and family of Mrs Clyde B. Terwillegar, Johnson AFB, N.C. spent and Mrs. Joe Gissy, 1\11' and
held three centerpieces, each Tampa spent the weekend Jr. spent the past week In Saturday and Sunday with her Mrs. Veri Best, 1\11'. and Mrs.
in brass containers holding wIth their parents, 1\11'. and Charlotte, N.C. as a guest of parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Garith Jones, 1\11' and Mrs.
arrangements of white !\Irs. S.W. Hamilton and 1\11' t rn 1- Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Scarborough W. Brown.
chrysanthemums, holly and and Mrs N.H. Hosil'r1lrs. and Larry Bruner
family Whlffen and Tina Best, Mr.
bows topped by Happy
green Mrs Gladys Dean of
Birthday emblems. The W.lI. Hart of Starke MI' and Mrs R.A. Colson, Chiefland was a recent visitor and Mrs. DeWitt Padgett, and
centerpieces were given to the and 1\11' and MI'I. Mike May Mr. and Mrs. Mark Moody of 1\11' and Mrs. C.L. Cooper.Mr. George Padgett.
three honorees from their und son, Kevin, of lIl'ala will 't t- rT and Mrs. Wilbur Waters and
hos tess. be in Orlando Saturday and their children were visiting and Mrs Charles "God Hess us
Following the luncheon, Sunday to attend the Mr and Mrs. LaRue Williams Beasley of Haines City are
bridge was played at two Tangerine Bowl game at Ormond Beach on Saturday weekend guests of Mrs O.L. cVl'rronel"Tiny !
tables. and attended Drew Williams' Beasley and I\lrs. J.W. Tim in Dkkt'ns'
I\1r. and I\Irs. James Cash third birthday party. Kincaid.tttltttat. A Christmas Carol
and family of Orlando( spent
- -- -
the weekend with her parents, - ttttttr v -
pel'JOna! Ston. and Mrs. Charley Johns.Mrs. .
Phillip Jacobs and I I
sons of New York t ity were i GEM
z I
David I\kKmght and 1\11' weekend guests ufIrs: I II.
and Ilrs.lark! Graudon of Evelyn Hamilton.
StarkE' and Kim Nudera of
Keystone Heights attended I\Irs. V.J. Spengler] attended "JEWELRY I II
the Tampa Bay Buccaneers the Florida School Board con- I.
New England Patriots game ference last Tuesday to
in Tampa over the weekend Thursday in Jacksonville I I II

1 109 E. Call
Mrs. Carl Hiedenharn of Friends of Mrs. A Russell
Chicago, Ill and I\Irs. Winnie Norman will regret to hear I I II
Harris and daughter; of she broke her right! arm 964.5211I. -
Valll'go. Cahf spent the past Tuesday of last"l't'k when she
two weeks' with 1\11' and !\Irs. fell down the back stairs at I. I II
('.It. Whitehead 1\11' and :Mrs home. (hult.t' l'hanoal..eI steaks and baked potatoes, sole slaw and baked beans were the staples at
Maxit' Carter. Sr and Mrs. the anllllal dinner of he Bradford-('nlon ('alllpm..n'Association held Tuesday night: at the Lake When ShoPPing For Your Jewelry And Such Check All Prices
Clinton Bufr. 1\11' and 1\Irs. Mike Sistrunk lIulh'r ('oml1lulli1y, ('enter.She I Elsewhere Then Come Check With Us.I I
and daughter of IJ1lmnola.( iff Ulliph Reddish In nvrr-alls abo\, and wife, Shirley, are about to attack some of the
Phillip Johns of Western Miss arrive Sunday to( spend big. thick tl"ak5. A select commitl composed of Ray Cra\lorord. Jimmy Brown, Russell
Carolina College Tullowhee, two weeks with her parents, \\illians, Tommy Ilamilton. and Morris Itrown Prepared the steaks 10 perfection as they have I W. Will Sere Yea Dollars SD You Cu Bad That Extra Olft.I I
N C is home for the hohd.1ys. :\II' and Mrs C.R. Scoggins. for the oust scteral ,rears.2eVane'

I Gem Jewelry Is Seiko And Elgin Headquarters I
: : : : : :

errihc 2)jJ YOJIIOW I look Around And ChICk Pleu, Then Coln To Oem Jewelry I

1\11' and Mrs. -Mu. And Buy From U. For bll.
Sheppard of Brunswick Ga.

Starke\ 17 W.964-7520 Co 1St.\ efrismas buys t are mother spending, Mrs a Kate week Sheppard.with his I I II O: (;()' !THE PERFEG TGIFTANYTIM F Q@----- I

1\11'and Mrs. Jim Shuford of I
OPEN 9 00 To 6 00 Mon Sat Memphis, Tenn. \Ioi1lspend the prince
ALL LADIES- Christmas holidays with his I' 14-Kt. DIAMOND EAR RINGS Gardener
Several parents I\lr. and I\Irs. J..S.Shuford. I
Racks Of Misses MISSIEPANTSUITS'SPORTSWEAR ; k/ As Low As 28" Billfolds

t4 Dresses 1\11' and 1\11'5. George I
17 Jewel
+ Huggins visited I\Irs. ILL 11 All 14..0" '
MARKED p r.rr'ltl
With National Brands Bodin Russ r Rockwood at Jacksonville All Birthstone &

Aileen And Many More DOWN ; k Beach Sunday. Signal ,t. Tyr.-ctrl. Display' Diamond Rings 1

Entire Groups Marked Down I Rack Lawtey Mrs B.E.and I\Irs.Reddish Pearl of I Watch 50" OIl Ira 0. r.' I
Aileen 4 Pickering of Starke returned
Cal '"
rR Monday after fIVe days visit '.w L4a
Sportswear with I\Irs. ReddIsh's daughter I Marked Down Thousands I IOf
1h To 'h Off F and family,1\11'.and Mrs.Jack ,="" 20-30" ,
Marked Down Pons in Tallahassee Other 1, ,
I W Off The
Mrs Thelma Mendoza of 20" ..A a I
Jacksonville was last II Items To t ,
Thursday luncheon guest of
JUNIOR JUMP SUITS FOR Wooten.1\1r'i. Carrie RItch and Mary Choose Fromy: Prioe .: I

SPORTSWEAR THOSE ACTIVE ford Local County admittances Hospital to Brad-this I A 10% Discount For Cash Has Been Our Potic, Just Ask! I

AND FOR THOSE week include: Mrs Gladys FFREE
Green, St. Clair Harley Christmas ii1AS SPECIAl
Herman Nettles, James

And Separate Tops And DRESSY SPECIAL Lloyd l\Iulhns.Pildgett M..s. ,Judy I\Irs.Arnold Daisy, I Wrapping E. "arelnl With E."lnu I

Bottoms From Bobbie Brooks Norman, Vincent Griffis and With Any Purchase 750
:. LOOKS Gadon Griffis of Starke: Bert Plus Tax
Redeye Trolly Car Wendy ... __ Dyal Jr. of Hampton: Joshua
Baxter of Brooker: Mrs

And Happy Legs 8 Many DeVone's' Has Patricia IIt'ights: Suter and I\Irs.of Keystone Lattice I Shop Gem Jewelry And Save I

:r A Table Hucker of Lake Butler .- - -
More On Special / I - -

Of Odds

Large Selection (-- 8 Ends CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY

Low Price 1 Below L Please
Cost Consider The Following Facts Presented By An

Impartial Third Party, Special Master Thomas J. King.

LOUNGE WEAR Sweaters By Donn Kenny FOUND THAT:



A Perfect Christmas Gift' 8 Eye Make By Aziza SALARIES OF SURROUNDING COUNTIES.

That Is Always Appreciated THE MONEY FOR
Vanity Fair Miss Elaine FUNDS




White Vanity Fair Teysheen TO THAT TIME ,

For That r,.. t. '; 8 Gilead WE APPEAL TO YOUR SENSE OF FAIRNESS

I DeVane's For That

Special Look 4a,.. 1. Pers anal ServiceFree MAKE YOUR FEELINGS KNOWN TO THE SCHOOL BOARD


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Steve Nipper Appointed To Brooker City Council -.. Pilot .Ejects, Escapes InjuryAs

BROOKER The town Rev. Jack Kendrick near the and Saturdays. Adjustments Plane Crashes At HighlandHIGHLAND
council here Is back to full Church of God. brought on by increases or decreases -
strength following the The problem now two- in the number of cus- A U.S. Navy after the crash and sealed off
appointment of local resident months old concerns placinga tomers, would be made in pilot escaped serious injury the area to unauthorized persons
William S. "Steve"Nipper 31. water pipe under a recently increments of five Skelton Wednesday morning, when he .
to the seat recently vacated by paved city street in order to stated. ejected from his plane A Telegraph photographer
retiring councilman Carl T. provide water service to the Council members will moments before the Navy jet dispatched to the crash site
Edwards A Kendrick home consider entering a contract crashed and burned in a pine took several photos of the
Nipper an employee of the Council members will attempt with Skelton during their next forest near here. wrecked Navy jet.but the film
Sunland Training Center in to "wash" a pipe under regular monthly meeting set John Jackson, 28, told Brad- was later confiscated by Navy
Gainesville was sworn in as a the road Saturday by using for Monday Jan. 10, at 7 p.m. ford County Sheriff's deputieson security personnel, who noted
council member here during a water pressure. If council In other action during the scene that his Navy jet the aircraft had some
regular session of the council efforts fail to provide water to Monday's meeting the had experienced engine instruments and equipment on
Monday Dec. 13. Nipper took the Kendrick home the council: failure as he was preparing to board which were considered
his seat on the council following matter will be turned over to a Voted unanimously on a land at Cecil Field, near Jack- "secret."
an oath of office pledge private contractor.In motion by Councilman C.L. sonville. Distance from the
given Monday night by City } discussion on the city's Adkinson to place locks on crash scene to the landing
Clerk Linda Robinson. r 1 garbage service, the council water meters at currently Mrs. Watterson Re-Elected field is approximately 10 Chain Letters
Retiring councilman a t heard a second presentationby unoccupied homes within the miles.
Edwards also present for Roger Skelton owner of city limits. The lock out will Jackson ejected from the
Monday's council meeting Skelton's Garbage Service of also include meters for whichno Mary Ella Watterson was re-elected Dec.6 to membership on craft moments before the Never DieTALLAHASSEE
Steve Nipper takes oath as deposit is on record. the Bradford County Agricultural Stabilization and Con.
was presented a plaque by Keystone Heights crash, and parachuted to a
council Chairman A.B. Adamsfor new Brooker city councilman. Skelton interested in acquiring Voted unanimously on a servation (ASC) Committee on which she will continue to serveas point just east of US 301 north, Unlike
his "loyal and dedicated the city's garbage recommendation by City chairman. near the Highland Zoo. His old soldiers, chain letter
service" during his six-year check with legal counsel. contract told council Attorney George Pierce to Members of the ASC committee In Bradford County are (nor) Navy jet remained airborne schemes not only never die
term as a city councilman. Pierce learned it would not be members he would provide have the city books audited by Jerry Whitehead Mrs. Watterson. Bill Haas, and County Agent long enough to cross US 301 they don't fade away either.
Edwards announced his considered a conflict of In- twice a week pickups In the Pat Farnsworth, a certified Bobby Taylor, an ex-offlclo non-voting member. The members before crashing in the thick The latest to surface
retirement citing ill health as terest and asked fellow community for $443 per public accountant with an serve three year terms one coming up for election each year. pine forest. originates in the Orient and
his motive in a letter to the council members for the $10 month. He said service to the office located in Starke, this Thepilot walked to'the high- promises a return of $390,625
council November 18. retroactive payment during city's 120 customers would be year. Previously a Gaines- way and was transported to within one month if the
Edwards acting on his Monday's regular council provided on either Tuesdaysand ville accountant audited the Household Hotlineby Bradford County Hospital for recipient will send $1 to the
physician's advice also session. Fridays or Wednesdays city books. examination. He was later first name on the list and send
stepped down from the Brad- Councilman C.L. Adkinson Becky Glebelg drop the item in, fold, tape, tranferred to the Naval Air copies of the letter to 25 other
ford County Zoning Board re who later cast the lone dissenting Phone 964-6554 and decorate with picturesand Station in Jacksonville for people.
cently. Council members will vote In a 3.1 decision to Fill Predicts 27 State Road D"ths messages. further observation. Wit- According to Jane Robin-

submit Nipper's name to the give Pierce full back pay Your County! Extension nesses at the scene reportedthe son director of the Division ofConsumer
County Commission as a pos ment, noted during the discussion Over 78 Hours Christmas Holiday PeriodThe Home Economics Agent And there is the Sunday pilot did not appear to be Services of the
sible replacement for Brooker Pierce had "willfully colored comics section with injured. Florida Department of
representation on the county turned it (the $10 per month QUESTION: beautiful colors that can be Navy accident investigatorsand Agriculture and Consumer
zoning board. salary) down." TALLAHASSEE It is estimated but when you are in your automobile You printed some good cleverly matched with ribbon. security personnel Services, this letter is aimed
Nipper, an eight year Councilman Otis Testone that 27 persons will take every precaution ideas some time ago on The black and white' arrived on the crash scene by at professional people engaged
resident of Brooker,joined the proposed a compromise( die in Florida traffic accidents Leave early avoid economical gift wrapping. newspaper pages are always helicopter some 10 minutes in international trade.
council Monday night in dis- asking Pierce if he wouldsettle during the 78-hour Christmas heavy traffic whenever Could you give that information good. If you find a headline or
cussions on the city fire chief's for partial payment of holiday period, the Florida possible, keep a watchful eye again? (Mrs. B.J.) cartoon that suits the person -
salary, city water service extension $55, but Pierce replied he Highway Patrol says. for pedestrians and above all, you're giving the gift to, use it
and city garbage would not.Pierce This estimate Is based on if you drink don't drive"con- ANSWER: in a clever way for de I QQ 0JUl( ] J'QOQV l( I
service.In termed the $10 per fatality experience during the cluded Colonel Beach. I must have started a trend corations. The bright, printed
discussion on the city fire month fire chief salary past three Christmas holidays because many people are bags you get at departmentstores
chief's salary Councilman "chicken feed" at one point along with a one percent asking for that information.With are easily converted to
,.George Pierce who also during the discussion, noting decrease in traffic fatalities Home Repair a little imagination you wrapping paper. LULE5(!!
serves as Brooker fire chief that duties and responsibilities observed during the first 11 can have a great variety of In- 1r..+ I Iu
requested retroactive payment of the fire chief far months of the year. Loans Open teresting and inexpensive I
of his $10 per month fire outweigh the salary. The official countdown wrappings from recycled Flip through magazines and EL E1L E
chief salary for the past 11 Chairman A.B. Adams begins at 6 p.m., materials on hand. use the prettiest pages for
,months or a total payment of stated that as fire chief, 24. and ends midnight, Through F HA What could be prettier thana wrapping small packages
$110. Pierce could be held liable in Sunday, Dec. 26. package wrapped in brown such as jewelry boxes. You Having Difficulty
Councilman Pierce statedhe cases where negligence leadsto "Drivers face greater dan- Low income families who paper and decorated with can use cutouts or recipes to
had not asked for paymentof fire destruction. gers of vehicle accidents cannot qualify for a loan to orange yarn and a natural make your own collages by
his'fire chief salary since Testone moved secondedby during the month of build or buy a new home may pine cone from your own back pasting them on the top of Breathing?
election to the council in Nipper for full retroactive December than any other be eligible for a loan to make yard? Brown bags look plain white boxes. Stencil or
February. He further statedhe payments, totaling $110, to month of the year," advised minor repairs to their present natural and great if they are spray-paint any container-
felt it would have been a Pierce.In Colonel Eldrldge Beach home the Farmers Home smoothed and tied with a coffee cans, shortening cans Asthma Emphysema,
conflict of interest had he requested other discussion, the director of the Patrol. Administration has shiny brown black or colored or oatmeal boxes you've collected -
the $10 per month council moved to resolve a The Patrol Commander saida announced.To ribbon or yarn. You can either and put your gift in Bronchitis. Ask Dr.
salary. problem concerning extensionof maximum number of qualify for the loan, an cut them in sheets for them. If they are attractive your
However, after a recent water service to a mobile troopers will be patroling the applicant must own and wrapping or keep them in the enough, they can be reused to
home in the city. highways and the FHP air- occupy his home and reside in original bag shape and just store things in permanently. about-The Respiratory
Council members agreed to planes will be used extensively a rural area. A rural area
Starke meet Saturday morning to during the holiday includes towns and cities of up Service. We
extend the city water serviceto period."Enjoy. to 10,000 population as well as can providefor
a mobile home occupied by the yuletide season. open country and in some
Elementary areas may include cities of up DeWitt C. Jones you in the office or at
to 20,000 population. In
News SOUTHSIDE NEWS addition to owning his home, your home.
an applicant must be without _
Starke Elementary School adequate income to repay the Funeral HomeSTARKE Home Care Services -IPPB,
outstanding physical Southside ElementarySchool reference books were: loan at an interest rate of one
education students for the is busy planning Jan Brooks Jimmy Wilson percent per annum over a H urn iersOxygen ,
past two weeks are: third 'Christmas festlvlttes with all' Greg Nazworth John Pam Cox period of up to 20 years. .
grade, Kim Casey, Kristin classrooms participating in Rosaland Lennon The loan, which cannot KEYSTONE Medicare PatientsWelcome
and Linda
Alday; fourth grade, Kathy decorating the cafeteria for Goolsby Spivey. exceed$5,000 must be used to .
Christmas books Erika
make minor repairs and
Morrows, Chuck Goodowns; the holidays. 964-6200 473-3176
Allison Denmark
Gruen ,
Christmas will be improvements to the dwellingin
fifth grade, Cindy Thomas parties
Jackson, Christa
Kay Allen; sixth grade, Vince held on Tuesday Dec. 21. A Billy order to make it safe and
Jacobson Laura Len
Culverson and Angela Harris. visit from Santa Claus will Garcia sanitary and remove hazards I Call Chuck
Eaves, Cheri Foster and RENTALS Rigby At
Starke Elementary will hosta come during the assembly which may exist to the healthof
basketball play day with Tuesday morning.A Lenore Welty.Following the applicant, his family or I
the play 964-8290 Or 964-6052
Southside Elementary and Christmas program was the community.In Hospital Beds-Wheel Chairs
Christmas carols
held Tuesday night Dec.: 14, were sung addition to repair items
Lawtey Elementary as guests
by the fifth and sixth grade led the loan be used to 1 Come Office At
Friday morning.. Dec. 17. with a play presented by Mrs. by Mrs. Jo Benson.On may or
& Crutches
a sanitary water
and fourth provide
In flag football intramuralsthe Lawrence s third
fourth grade champs, Mrs.White's grade class. The play Monday Sergeant supply or install an approved 864 N. Temple Ave., Starke
Barber of the Florida HIgh-
for the
waste disposal system
in the Library"had
girls went 24.12 over "Christmas
Patrol visited the school
way the loans
Kitties. Mrs. White's boys as a cast; iMchard dwelling. However
and conducted
beat McClelland's boys 8 6. O'Steen bookworm; Diana safety a with bicycle Mrs. cannot be made to repair a J & Q Q & Q & & & Q
Congratulations to Mrs. Wood,librarian; Tom Watson, Schmidt program first grade and dwelling of such poor .
White's class on winning the Captain Hook; Marty Noe, Mrs. Beal's third grade. condition that when repairsare

4th Fifth grade grade intramuralshave Tom Hansel Sawyer; Paul; David McKinney Little,, will Friday have Dec.a basketball 17, Southside play continue completed to be a hazard it would to the = .: '- : !;' Has Santa Claus :1E
not been completed.Mrs. Gretel; Melanie Wood Alicein day with Starke Elementaryand health and safety -'
BakerS: sixth grade Wonderland; Jay Hayes Lawtey Elementary at family. &
girls defeated Mrs. Gingerbread man. Starke. 4J9
Crawford's girls 22 18, but in E Left You
reverse Mps. Crawford's boys f.
defeated Mrs. Baker's boys 18
-12 in overtime. The 6th grade .' <
shared intramural between trophy the will two be Short On Cash ? ? ? ft

rooms.! 4
The most exciting game of DON'T
Ask Mark Olin 4
the tournament was the overtime
victory for the
championship of the boys
division. The game started MISS & About His
with Baker's boys storming tea 4
12.0 lead behind some fine tar
running by Craig Sapp and & SinglewideRepos
Larry Long making some fine 4
catches. John Riggs caught a ANOTHERYEAR MiuM 1 4gs
T.D. pass from Craig Sapp
the extra point was no good. & For
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went down the right sideline :a. _"' 4
making a fine catch from r-
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Emmett Watkins for their ,
first score. The extra point KEOGH I

was no good.Baker's 4
boys unable to

Then move Emmett punted Watkins to Crawford.scored plan II IIIt = These Christmas Specials at

from 10 yards out making the i
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received two down in which to plan coverage, see us nooN about III P
advance the ball overtime. setting up a tax-deferred retirement : > ''''.,'*, Bath R'2 M Doublewide .
Gary Carter wrapped up the savings program. Our specialists will 4
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the game 18 12. secure retirement! by saving lax ,/ $8100 $3995 farstThrsyhsat 4 .
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grade student has expressedhis
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everybody likes Christmas. In Guaranty .. .
winter the tops of houses get 2i
covered with snow. It is the 1 :
time of year that people put up m FederalSavings

Christmas trees on the inside & Loan Association --_--.--
of the house and lights outside. i it
Snow is all over the groundand of QalnMvllla i OIin'sMobileHome
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snow. In winter people go ice STARKE ...., :

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TELEGRAPH December 16, 1976 -- ";,

Tornado Cagers Top South 55-47 C0(

I mtii! p4@IYIIU

Fall To Ocala Forest Here 84-45

Ocala Forest capitalized on showing against Forest. The 5- outscored the Tornadoes threeto paced the Tornado offensive
a height advantage over 6 point man poured in 15 points one in the third period, 18-6, showing in the Initial win of
Bradford High here Tuesday before fouling out late in the and better than two to one in the season, with a game high
night in bombing the Tornado contest. the final quarter, 157. 22 point total.Aldridge .
cagers 84-45. Fred Aldridge joined The win puts Forest's hit for 12 ')f his 22
Forest used the talents of a Hampton in double figure current record at 3-2 with the point total for the evening
pair of big 6-6 ball players in scoring for Coach Warney Ad- pair of losses coming at the during a third period Tornado
controlling the boards against 'kinson's" Tornado cagers. hands of Gainesville High and comeback on the way to
the Tornadoes, who Aldridge, a 5-10 forward, Deland. Wins Include those victory. The second year
f ,py played scrappy the visiting Ocala finished the evening with 14 over Brooksville and Citrus starter, Aldridge hit nine of 18 Register j)
J'1 Forest Wildcats fairly evenly points. Aldridge also led the High. from the field for a 50 percent c
through the first eight-minute Tornadoes In scoring assists The Tornadoes, admittedlyin average on the evening.The Oil Company
quarter. BHS held an early 14- with four of the team's nine rebuilding season, drop to Tornadoes trailed the
9 lead and did not give up the total. 1-3 thus far. After droppingthe Braves by three, 28-25, at the
lead until the closing minutes Only five Tornadoes had a first two outings to Gaines- half, but fought back to gain a 308 ThomPson
2 of the first quarter.But hand in the scoring against ville's Eastside and three point lead at the close of 964-5888
the Wildcats' greater Forest. In addition to the Jacksonville's Bishop Kenny, third period action.
I height paid off after the close scoring leaders Coach Ad- the Tornadoes rebounded witha After taking a slim three Fast Friendly Fuel Oil ServiceOur
first quarter, which saw kinson had six points from victory over Palatka South. point lead, going into the final
F'orest take a slim four point forward Andrew Carter, and period, the Tornadoes used a will close at noon, Dec.
lead at 19-15 over the five point totals from David Score by quartarttFornt It 11 II IS -.M tight defense to hold the plant
Tornadoes, and the visitors Walker and Jay Godwin. BHS IS IT I 1 -45 Braves to just two field goalsin 24, Christmas eve and reopen
pulled out to a 51-32 lead at the Walker a 6-4 center, led Scoring: the final eight minutes of
Bradford High in the rebounding For.st- Rains 17-2-21. Young 10.1.21. Monday, Dec. 27.
half BHS exhibited a tight .. play. Earlier, at the close of
Stalilt -U. StoMl 7 04 Whit. 2-0-4
ei 4 zone defense and some good department against Ouir l.a.4.I Oliver'-D.a. L. v..ngood 022. first period play, the teams
& ,. ball handling, as they playedfor Forest with nine. The Jackun11, Oolni I.o-l, Hewitt 011. were deadlocked 1212.
a good shot and actually majority of Walker's rebounding Team total as.,..M.MS Hampton joined Aldridge in We suggest that you check your
ahead in the total came in fourth Hampton 7-1 IS, Aldrldg '.2- double figure scoring againstthe fuel call
stayed early 14,Carter 3 0 Godwin 1-1-5,, D. Wilker tank and if you need please
going. quarter action, when the BHS 2.I.S. Team Intel, 20.5.45. Braves with 11 points for
'I Forest's overall board big man I looked as aggressiveas Fouled: Hampton, fftdwin" -',..both' the outing and Carter also hit by Thursday, Dec. 23.
; control evident in the final he has to date under the BHS. for double figures with a 10
fF -. team rebounding slats.which boards. First BUS Win point total.
_____ show the Wildcats holding a Carter followed Walker in Carter led the battle under For emergency service over the
f __ 40-25 edge. Forest's 40 rebounds rebounding for BUS with five. Tornado cagers collected the boards against the Braves weekend call Freeman III at 1.468-
came on 25 defensive Forest was successful on 35 their first victory of the still collecting 17 rebounds for the
t moves and 15 offensive recoveries of 80 shots from the field for young season last Friday outing. 2703, Hampton Lake.
while the night Dec. 10, against Palatka
r the evening Hampton led the Tornadoesin
Ed Rains a 6-6 center, led Tornadoes hit on 20 of 62 South. The BHS cagers scoring assists with seven Everyone at Register Oil wishes

the Wildcats in rebounding for attempts. downed the Braves 55-47 on for the contest. you a very Merry Christmas.
the outing with 17. followed by After pulling away to a 19 their home court in Palatka.
6-6 forward Tyrone Young point lead at the half, Forest Forward Fred Aldridge (See Page 8))

with eight.
Hams and Young also paced

Kenny Hampton was the smallest man on the court but the Forest's offensive showinghere
biggest/: scorer for HIIS against Ocald Forest, Here lie burke. a Tuesday night tossing in
lay up just hforethe half for two o1. his I 13: points. I lampion is the 28 and 21. point totals respectively
Tornado point man and ball handler.
Ken Hampton paced LYKES
Bradford High's offensive


BHS JV Record Drops To 0-4 "

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f 5i' : l
On Losses To Forest SouthTheir r

nine )'a latka after
points in
record dropping to 0-4 I'dlutka South Game COMPLETE f
Ross ho luis been
( u averaging/:
in early season play! the Baby
Tornado(! Im kl'lbalers'I'l' 1 11!) points fouled nut early in Score by Quarter' ASSORTMENT OF ""
psou.n I nil" 41
the !third said Coach
edged( 4H-45 by Palatka South He'ddCO"quarter BHS > 14 10 14 4>. FRUIT CAKES C
last Friday then got bombed BHS- Ron 13 I Mlllir 15. Shell 1
"I 1'nt :still finding out who 4 I, Commmgl 3.>.'. Carter 937, Holllt & HOLIDAY NUTS!
HI 54 at home Tuesday night Butt Portion
wants to play. Cox" said 3 J' Total IS U 4I4alatka y
b\ (Ocala Forest t south Wright I 0 I. Young
'Coal'l1 Ih'ddCux termedthe Tuesday night 'We expect to a S 18. Mullolt f.4 22 Lymai 204.
Ocala game the worst t. by hate a good" team in the next Hough 000 Brown 000. King 0.2.2. LB 188LI
few weeks. Tutali' .II 12 41Decorate
tar the Baby Tornadoes ha\e
ptayI. The; Tornadoes werenear '

in the game trailing\ 20- DiscdiJnt OFFBB
Sup.er Coupon.I
7afterthulirst!1 period, 4ti-v7 at -I i I IV1
the \'InThl'Y\ managed to
outscore Ocul.1 20-19! III the COCOA COLA- PLUS DEPOSIT I I I .
third period and were but one I 320z BTL I ANY SIZE ,
point dim n l IJ; .Ifi in the fourth A Live Tree This Christmas _.- I '

1 1>>t'11 t'l'lfMI done hut the/ damage had And Plant It Outside After The Holidays : :rRI rm :: 6/79 : : DOZEN EGGS :

Forest to .!improM'il) to dale its Forest J1record RED CEDAROR L ta.ttaoe.w ww. .l.e .. "* "*""""'*.""***"* J I .m<-row. ..... i.c. n -tv.. ..c fi -.r.uwlnIN.a.-J
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figures StanNht'vlerled, with SYLVESTER Ff6"' $ 4 99

Mi points IViiiHl Itohcrts had Bargains in Grocery
I 14. riuirlfs (;inlfin \M.: and JUNIPER ALL mu AND"nc 'oooo .'D.. Me is.TMHU
TOepea It, Ills
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COMPARE : ;:"w I CE COMPARE "::. :: wow
IK points 'lor the Baby I POINSETTIASThe I u ,,1 t t : -
Tuesday night 1 I twi CM CWtUMi
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"dulldIth, I" pointForest" The Lovely & Traditional Christmas { PANTRY .II hi,.,_,
gair (ills Two point on a gaper ''TowelsMandarTn im 39 S' Whole Tomatoes 3l/ l 29'
wrong way hosket(1valaiallle Plant That Can Be Planted Outside

( ( I After Danger Of Frost Oranges J/'l/ 1 47' PRIDE Swift Beef Stew 79e t6

Sco,. O. QuarteriForwtt -ifJr; 4 To 6 Blooms 6 To 10 Blooms 41 Black MHTIT MM Pepper 59e 22' PRICE MARSHMALLOWS wERVOoytOWPRICEL
10 2* l 10"I 11 3a' 15'1
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BUS 7 '10 30 II H $349 I lot III11I 4/
BUS ROM 4 II.. Miller I 02. Shell -. $449 Schrafft"fiaTd'Candies; :iT,39c3M 10' KOUNTY KIST
.0. Cummmqi 7 3 It, Carter o II lOoz Green
rwee a tl I Giant
Mare..07( Bart D> 00 Totals JIIO 7 $ / 1
For,. Condrvy I 10.2. Taylor, 0 I I IUvsnman l 2 0 Off SAVE Aluminum Foil 47'I I
t U 1 1 1100..2 1.. Wheeler
-m ml ii *
1*. Floyd' 12 S. Grtttml 3 U.' odder I 89 10' 'I
1 t, Walker' S 0 '10 Wnodl 4 I t,, McGnrp I $35.00 Trash Can :
J' Total 11 is 01 I SPINTRIM"EdgerTrimmer MMN mss Ilw .' CREAM STVCE m 1 I
511 PEAS
Lemon Juice 12' COMPARE 'w 1
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The Baby Tornadoes! IHl VtMMI MU WHUl UMIl
pre j 41' j NIYI/IIYSIINmef/Ills.. '
Corn 3/M/ 1 AHoliday
in the game all the way in Niblets Bread Mix 69 14'
Palatka last t Jo'rlddIIIght A Wonderful Gift

They trailed K-7 after the first <,]r Coffee Creamer $119' 40' Maraschino; Cherries 2/89e/ 10'>
period but led ''I 20 ut (he half 1M WMI Mltl ,
I'alatka South ouNcored the Prune Juice 49 14 '
s Snack 49' 4
Baby Beds 11-10 in the third) Crackers
period! and 17-14 in the fourth
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2 IS 2 2 It '
:blotted with 22 poml.s anil 11owpQlcE

player scored in double
tiguies 1. CORN fllPUMPKINj

Fred llollis. a .">-1)( forward
fame off the bench and did an 2. <
\outstanding job m scoring : '. > ..

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COMPARE S0':r M4. -,NtO Bargains in Frozen I Health A Beauty Aids COMPARE a'._.--... :ro5M

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School basketball t'amtlnb ,. iir'ngtJ' e 6/M/ 1 M' J t Lavoris Mouthwash 139 302M Kw III:knave IMIII IM
Christmas regular with LibbTBeets 3MPANTRY / (WIN !*.* ttt MI7Pumpkin IM SrrIN 12 sat
up season pre play !meeting Green ilofII Model 20-10" Pies / 1 \8' Daycare Colds Medicine T 40- Meal & Grits S1
100 ft.
Cove on their home court Cutting automatic oiling E VfRYDgY OWPRICE "" i !2AYIpwPRICE
Friday Dec I" Cord And Two Motor Filters Reg Value '114M 29 Shells 391 I4 j yiiu'Colds Medicine M" so4M If r

The team will travel *MJI. ... MCMIM Mil H KM
Monday to play m the Trenton Was 34995, I799SHAVE PRIDEPEACHES Fruitpie Pies...".'-"".-. / 1 M frwmlnlcin Tablets $ 109 48' PANTRY PRIDE''

Invitational Tournament *6989_._ _ _ _ t II 11411 ii
(al'lIIOak/( Hall at 7 p m White Bread Dough f139 20' Baby Wash Cloths 7)1 4? CRANBERRYSAUCE
If the Tornadoes lose on orHAIVC
Monday night they play the A GREEN LAWN OR PASTURE THIS WINTER S OMFLIT ;' 3 c ?iOWPQlCf, i (r: D wPrcf't

Trenton loser of the game North Tuesday Marion at I and 30 RYE GRASS SEED PEARS16oz DIAL TO SHOWER SHOWIK "

pin ___ VERY DRY nlOIVDHAMr ?
If the team wins the Oak BODY TALC

winner Hall game of the they N play:Marion the. 5 Lbs. $1 s9 CAN CAN 16oz

Trenton game at 5 p m on TOUR CHOICE
SO Hi. '12"I
Tuesday If again successful.BHS .
will play again that
evening at 9:30: p m. makingtwo I 4 4I
within four hours. ,

regular playing play Si on Augustine January at 4, '%FIST 539 E. Call St. BRIM S 'Maxwell Houael I BREYERS I I FARMBEST I I FOAMY

home Starke I II II II

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December IS. 11741 ie.tE.i! >K/PII Page 7A

BHS Girls Drop Opener 68-20 To Haivthorne .:. rt BHS Wrestlers

HAWTHORNE 'r. Bradford noted that each member of the during the season opener. lowed by Miss Williams Janet _
High's first girl's basketballteam BUS squad saw at least two Valrle Chandler paced Easier and Janice Jockel with J_ I IIwlti Take Santa Fe
since 1901. opened its quarters of playing time in Tornado JV scoring with 10 three each.
1976-77 season here l lest last Thursday's season points for the outing while
Thursday night, Pec 9, witt a opener. Sandra Darley and Carolyn Coach: McGriff commentedthat in the first period.
68-20 loss to Hawthorn's) Frances Coltrain led BHS Williams each hit for two the JV contest had re- Bradford High School Lazenby
in the
in mained close first half wrestlers started their season Lazenby who competes
Hornets. scoring the season opener points. during .
Brenda Hutchins\ poured in with seven points, and also led Miss Darley led the BITS JV action which closed with the off right Monday with a 39 27 157 lb. class was in the complete match

29 points to pace? the Hornets the squad in rebounding with in rebounding with four fol- Hornets holding a 14-8 lead. win Coach over Ted Santa Jornov Fe.had seven control according throughout to Jornov and is a i.
to the victory over the seVen.
Tornado girls n Havthorne's Emma Murphy tossed in lettermen on the mats and team leader.
Girl is and In the unlimited category
BIIS Cagers said attitude good
five Allen had
third win in as many\ points Cynthia scored ,
hard. Smith a
is working Bobby major
outings for the current season (four and Susan Blaylock and everyone
Williams added BHS lost6 points to Santa Fe decision, 11-2, over Byer
Two more Hot-nets broke Judy two
Host GCS in the 100 lb. Hickman of Santa Fe. "He
TonightBradford in a forfeit class
into double fi ttre scoring in points apiece to round out BHS said <
and both teams forfeited the hung in there tough
last Thursday Victory I Aver scoring against the Hornets
the Tornadoes. Derma Miss Blaylock led the BHS High's girls season opener last week will 107 Ib. class. Jornov Other BHS ,
Dickerson tossed l in 13 end team in scoring assists for the basketball team hosts Green be looking for a win to even Jornov said letterman Alan Tom Meng competitors 128 Ib class
Debbie Hutching for outing with two the record prior to a were
hit In Cove Springs tonight squad's Montgomery did a "superb"job who received six points on a
The Hornets took advantageof Joy Mains and Betty (Thursday, Dec. 16)) in the two-week holiday break. in the 114 lb. class and has Santa Fe forfeit Mike Muse in
Bradford High's, first game Hudson along with Miss Tornadoes' first home contestof Next outing for the BITS .rk the potential to be a District the 169 lb. class was pinned in
jitters and posted\ 15-1 l lead Williams each had five rebounds the current season. girls following the holiday and State contender. the second period Henry
the end of first for the Tornadoes. is set for January 8, ..
at quarter Varsity tip-off is set for 8 break Montgomery was elected captain Pete. John Berl Raymond
play. Hawthorne's Junior varsity o'clock tonight with a B US- when the Tornadoes travel to Joyce Johnson of Starke proudly displays an eight point 125- for the Santa Fe match on Trainer and Kirk Minton who
Bradford High !girl'sbagketball !\ also earned a victory over Green Cove Springs junior St. Augustine for a meeting pound buck deer she bagged shortly before noon December, at the basis of his efforts in last did not wrestle in Monday's
Coach Jerry Mc(;riff their BITS counterparts 25-14 varsity contest scheduled for with the Florida School for the the Keystone Heights Airport. Miss Johnson's father Winslow week's practices. He won an 8 match.
commented after the game Coach McGriff also played 6:30.: Both games will be Deaf. Next home game after Johnson Is a member of the Keystone Sportsmen's Club which 2 decision over Santa Fe's
he was chalking the loss uj to each member of the BIIS JV played at Bradford High's tonight's contest is set for leases a hunting area on the Airport property Alan Phillips for the team
"experience" coach Mc( riff for two quarters of action gym. January 28, when the Hunt Hub President Don Morgan of Keystone Heights points. The Lake Weir Christmas
The Tornadoes defeated 68- Tornadoes receive a return bagged a six. point 130-pouml buck in the club's hunting groundsa tournament at Lake Weir gets
- 20 by Hawthorne High In their match from Hawthorne week after ;Miss Johnson bagged her deer.2BHSGricldersSign under way Saturday Dec. la f.
I In the 121 lb. class letter- Jornov said the Tornadoes

New Year's Eve Dance ...... man Martin Slocum won a "are looking'.. for the
"'f.'Y-' '''''''"'*'!r decision to net 5 team "
'ii'rI"'I'I; ,V superior championship.
f .. / ; :
Stark National Guard Armory9PM < '" j points for the Tornadoes. Nine teams will be
Termed by Jornov a possible competing including BUS
Two Bradford football senior just completed.
To2A.M. : High season state contender Slocum was Crystal River Gainesville
SPORTS players running back Andrew Carter came into his own and
quick aggressive. Eastside Ocala Forest.
Music .t" ,1 Carter and offensive tackle running from the tailback slot third letterman .
ByTHECOUNTRY A period pin by Gainesville High School, Lake
> have in the veer option. He gained
d .* Lawrence Budget Earle Biggs in the 140 lb. Weir, Palatka South Santa
.:.. __ .. 1"'' ,, ..,. .:.! grid
signed college l,5r yards carrying the foot.
EDITION -; '.: class netted six team points. Fe and Ocala Vanguard.
( scholarships with Tuskegee ball 172 times in the 12 games Jornov said Biggs was a little
:- "' k''I\\\ .-' Institute of Tuskegee for just over nine yards per out of shape from the long First round matches will
s12 Per Couple AdmissionSnacks t '
I \(K. J..J Alabama. carry football and should be at 10 with second
..., '.. ,.: .... $\.J season begin a.m.
And( Set Ups Free ,i-;, Carter is a two year letterman "Andrew Carter is one of even better in a couple of round matches at 12:30:
_;o"i' ''II... in football at BHS In his the finest running backs I've weeks. consolation round at 2:30.:
For Tickets Call 964-8182 2. T CHQ
; coached and one of the finest The only other Bradford pin consolation finals at 6 and
I've seen" says veteran came in the first period by Joe finals at 7.
Tornado head Coach David
W! PP' Hurse Carter is 5 -11 and 185

?//////iiHfP pounds. I
Budget is a two year letter

!!r man. on This the season Tornado he varsityline. was a "' LLicLLI7LLL:I.& & I.!

... : QU'CKPIIOUN.' BROAD BREASTED starting offensive tackle and

... also played center.
r ": "Lawrence Budget showed Li"l l.&:
; tremendous improvement this r 1
+ BRANDS 1 season and was aery
FAIRALSO valuable addition to our .
: i offensive line" says Coach -by Neil Crawford I
Hurse of the 6- 2 220 pounder.

Fullback Jimmy Clark had
not signed as of Wednesday
morning and has not really Bradford Bassmasters held Fishing conditions in Rodmanare
AVAILABLE: made up his mind where to go. their December tournamentDec. better due to the recent j
10 LBS UP Cornish Coach Hurse said. 11 at Kodman Pool. cold weather killing back the .j
j%' Ducks, Capons, Tight end Steve Earnest is Fishing was fairly good for hydrilla.
r": .- Hen, Geese, Cure 81 also a good college football some but for most of the Red Murphy and I tried ,jl
\ '" .:: several kinds of bait but
... # __ .J Hams, County Hams & prospect Coach' Hurse s'ays. Bassmasters it was tough weren't too successful i

.,. c: Canned Hams Etc. At 5 p,m., all Bassmasters
returned for the weigh-In.
"......4"1. QUICK FROZEN "The Highest Quality. Harold Branham place first
FARMER \ Don Thompson placed second.
BASTu GHATURKEYS CO c Lowest Priced. Thompson also landed the

_..c...._!.**>-......., 10 LBS & UP ,2ri L8 LB largest bass for the day.
:..u..o..ov.aHOO. Custom Home in Thompson and Branham fished
-- we are pleased to accept .. .. together fishing in the old
Food Gift CPr tif ales / river run south of Orange
A GREAT JI- U.S.D.JL FOOD '.'.0"".,...." Springs Landing.
WOd Qift" C..*,IC|'a.E On behalf of the club I
. _.. GIFT ._ .rsr.111i11x COUPONS .
.r.'oo."Ob"' on4 would to congratulate
QpFO rn" .( .
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'America"i Harold and Don for doing so
....... ......, AVAIUILI _. NOW GOOD well in the recent December
w0EEEEMABLEINANVOrOUR..-......Mr.._-......... AT ALL., $ t 11 ON ALL IJ tournament
MIDI c V FOODS' ALSO! = Earl Muse had a nice stringof
two nice stripers..
azrr7 SLICED OUARTEa 3TO Elton Ward and Dale Johns
Loin 5 LBPKG landed a nice string of bass I,
in Meat Pork
Bargains with Elton using his new
rcx", q ',. Tf.l 111HOJ bait
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CANYON IEVERVOgYIOWPRICE *t 98 YOUR J/o Elizabeth are the proud
3D SAVE 21' A POUND LB CRAFTSMEN CUSTOM DESIGNED parents of a pretty baby girl.
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HOME Elisha. Congratulations
TURKEY BONELESS BEEF U.. tout '. $43 50-SQ. Elizabeth and Eddy
ti ;, ". ,-' Our next meeting will be
r JWDD .,"..
; : COMPI.ETE' held December 21, so plan to
40' $139 N.II RAPIDCONSTRUCTION ,,".,o' '.. .. be present as we will set the
POUND STEAK 'i- ..' .. '. location for the
A f $148r TECHNIQUES \ ;' .::: January
{ Ay OWPR/CE/ SAVE 21' A POUND ," .. .' ..' ,, tournament
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24,7 i will.bein a place where he can
FRESH PORK catch some fish and that is a
: "' Bm big ..10...". Don adds he has
BUTTSM got to put the hammer down.

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gRA0FORD Cp Badcocks, Kitchens Meet Sunday Football ChampionshipCity

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recreation department Tile and Badcock Furniture Sunday, when the KT squad scoring pass. game became a must if the Tite scored on a pass from
r1rap1y iI sponsored men's league flag both earned victories. took a 46-20 victory in the McGee helped Kitchens Tileto squad was to remain in con- Ross Chandler to Anthony
I Ii football concludes Sunday, Kitchens downing the Country afternoon's first game. a 34-6 lead in early second tention for the championship Hendricks. Halftime score
Dec. 19, with a twin bill on tap Boys 46.20 and Badcock Kitchens Tile jumped out to half action, tossing another Kitchens Tile and Badcock found Badcock ahead 196.
I to resolve ties for both the defeating Draw Tite 47-12, to an early 7-0 lead over the scoring strike to Dale Mass met earlier in the season, with In the second half Badcock
championship and last placein remain in a deadlock for first Country Boys, when Steve and adding a second score on both teams owning identical Furniture scored four times.
the league. place in the league. Thomas hauled in a scoring a three yard run. records to decide Starke's representative came on passes
01YJIUTorrltulo (! Country Boys and the Mer- Last week's loss to Kitchens from quarterback Three scores
pass Both squads added a pair of to the District from John Watson to Wheeler,
chants, currently even in the Tile dropped the Country Boys Charlie Green scored in late second half Flag Football championship. and Walker. Another
I standings with one win and six into a tie for last place with Country Boys cut the lead to action, with Bennett tossing Badcock's lost that earlier bid Smith was made on an
losses apiece,are scheduled to the Merchants, who were idle a single point, 7-6, later on a scoring passes to Jimmy to Kitchens Tile. score interception by Smith. Four
meet in a 1:30: p.m. contest last Sunday, pass from Joey Bennett to Alvarez and Branson for the were made and
Sunday at the Southside Draw.Tite concluded league Buddy Patterson. Country Boys and McGee In the "must win" contest extra points led 476.
CngrPrx... Badcock
Elementary School athletic last for the season with a loss Kitchens Tile held a connecting with John Powell against Draw Tite last Sun
field in a game to decide last Sunday to Badcock, commanding 21-6 lead at the and then Green firing to Haas day Badcock scored three
(From Page 6)) 57 percent foul shooting finisher in the league. finishing the campaign with a half following two additionalfirst to conclude Kitchens Tile times in the first half, on Draw Tite scored once in the
average. Second half of Sunday's twin 4-4 record and a third place half scores. Green ran scoring. passes from John Watson to second half on a pass from
John Breton, a 6-2 center, bill pits Kitchens Tile against final standing. eight yards for one score and After Kitchens Tile won its John L. Smith, Don Wheelerand Glen DeSue to Chandler. Final
paced the Braves offensive by 9uart.ruBUS 12 )13 It 14 SIPS Badcock Furniture in a Kitchens Tile put the Randall McGeen connected contest last Sunday, a Dobie Shefield. Only one score, Badcock Furniture 47,
showing with 19 points. II It 10 -or contest to decide the league pressure on Badcock last with Dwight Elder on a Badcock win in the second extra point was made. Draw Draw Tite 12.
Brenton was the only Brave In Scoring. championship. Kitchens and
double figures for the evening. ,BHS Cirltr- Aldrldgt 42 10,Godwin,4'It 226 Hampton. Aycox I'll 2. Badcock are currently even in
The Tornadoes hit 32 0.G walKor SOS R it 111 000. Tom the standings, with both
I percent of their shots from the total 20 IS-SS. squads owning identical 6-1 Pennico-"A Good Place To Learn About Horseslarge I
held against Palatka South, in PS Br.ton.I.IS, Milton 2.0.6., win-loss records.A .
Appling I 04 Smith 226. Sdllrt' 2 0.
sinking 20 of 63 attempts R0.ly l.l-J, Baltt 1.12 Tvam total. 2I-5* pair of games played last
From the foul line the 47 Sunday set the stage for this by Kathleen Culver Sharon Karst, the new ,
Tornadoes hit on 15 of 26 for a foulsd out: Brown Smith- both PS week's showdowns. Kitchens It's a big 700 acre spread manager is a pre- ,
but every part of it is run veterinarian student at the
with a personal touch and University of Florida. She
friendliness unusual in a big came out to ride and Bill
operation. Nichols; noticed her ability.
Pennico Park is the place, "You look like you enjoy
WHEEL located off of S-219A and horses," he said. "Would you v*
fi named after owner Bill like to come out and work here
Nichols'daughter Penny. The and help take care of the
farm is about three miles horses??
from Melrose She decided that she would,
WINCHESfOR Pennico is a combination and now Sharon's workingfive
park and show stable with times a week. Besides her
facilities for parties, hayrides.
duties as manager, she has t
square dances and picnics one colt whose training is her
The grounds have been rented ,
PASSENGER CARS, 1/2 TON by such groups as the ROTC, particular a pre-vet responsibility.As student, Sharon I
fraternities, and the Boy think it's be
Scouts. large animal experience.
(MODELS 1001 AND 1002)) including Hiding lessons jumping are and offered horse ,, Working under Sharon are
20 women who tram and exercise + .
training and gentle horsesare the horses. :Many of ,
_. CARRY A available for rental in the them are students at the i
rings or the miles of riding University' of Florida or Santa ItI
trails. Fe Community College who I
TOWTRUCKIN "Showing people a goodlime" had to leave their horses or
and breeding and sell them when they went

: .rte YOUR TRUNK! Carolyn training Luck horses,co-owner is ,what says away"The to school.guys are cowboys- r

sums up the purposes of "
here, :Nichols explained. 6 : tS 1 '1 1V
Pennico. "They handle the cows, but
"WHEEL WINCHES"-for quick mount to rear wheels of U.S.-made autos and >.2 and 2. Eventually the place is the women have more love
ton PickuPS'ive sizes -that balances its pulling force (up to 8,000 pounds) to match the geared to be a dude ranch) and patience for training
weight and hp of your vehicle. with cottages and stables an horses. The horses respond V +
additional 30 site locatedon
Comes complete with two steel wheel adapters two steel drums special lugs and wrench acre better."
special high strength low stretch polyester lines and storage bag. Cost less than one fifth of Lake Santa Fe owned b> The horses are well cared
price for electric or PTO winches. Pennico will be developedinto for each getting handled
Cash price-depending on size-from S80 to S9S-or $50 down remainder monthly. a marina in the future every day and given a well-
Contact Don Champion or Don Taylor, 838 North Temple Starke -telephone964.7285 Sharing responsibilities for balanced diet with plenty of
or 944-5092. the operation are Carolyn utamins.
Luck, Bill Nichols, and Sharon "
Karst hound. said Karen Causey,
the previous manager, of one :w
the jumpers. "He's the main
lesson horse and he thinks he's

; king around here, especially ,, .
ill supper when he's always ra+ ,'
whinnying to be first." r
+ Karen said she didn't mind

: 1 spoiling Tupper a little because 11IIJJ. ,

e horse he is such a good lesson /! .. ,.. .-r _"..' c ..". .. _. I.. .. _

.. V a p Gift ideas for Men "l le's like Old Faithful He's baloney sandwiches," Karen once while looking; for a roomy water oaks where the
o dependable and gentle.
t said.Carol'n. place to ride. riding trails lead. :Now the
:: ? C Stack When one ol the beginning Bill Nichols is originally only buildings lobe seen in the
5't riders tenses up on him, he'llStop Luck, the owner of from Pennsylvania. He
C .II,., ,3.1S"- PEN d :r.1; -, -i >JC i; Mon Sat Long Sleeve and look around to see if the horses about a quarter ofa moved to St. Petersburg woods riders( ,are but out plans- houses: are for in the the

111 90 .. ever)thing s okay"'The million dollars worth said itwas where he worked in the architect's hands for
Western Shirts lesson people thinkhe's good luck that made her mortgage and real estate cottagesfor
future members of
New Shipment" Of New Style human lie even eats accidentally discover Pennico business till he decided to dude ranch.

GreatForGifts" retire on his country place in :Members will be able to
$:::;: : LEISURE JACKETS :\1'lrose. bring boats, campers, and
s1 } CENTRAL HEAT & AIR I've never worked harder. horses too.Freddie .
Nichols said. ills country Davis, a Una' \crsity
r -t: v1: &PANTSLeisure retirement place is turning of Florida Veterinary student.
: : l Let us explain our energy into a pretty large enterprise handles the veterinary!
/ Shirts ToMatch Along with riding and program for Pennico's cattle.
""'"- ,; jumping, lessons at Pennico now 200 head. The cattle are to
saving system include horse training, stall he phased out till there are
J Also A New Selection Of cleaning and mucking, and junta few left for the "dudes" .
"S tack care roping practice.
.: k "All these things go into the
I / FARAH ; KSSUIT :j making of a nice horse" "It's a good place to learn
COMPLETELY Karen said. about horses and livestockand
2 From S'e 28 To A small crew of Pennico most of all to have fun," a

: staff has been clearing by Freddie said of the many.
.i hand the land beneath the activities at Pennico.


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_- \ Union County JV basketballteam followed by Leandrew Hnngic
$ 95
& Arrow Were M7500 89 directed by Coach Carl with 20 points and Raymond
Drake and led by the high Webb with 13 points. Themes
11 Left fyt ( SYSTEM) scoring performance of leading rebounder was
I Hershel Holmes is 3 0 for the Hoy Highland.In .
1 RackBROKEN Y .i plus any necessary season with wins last week a game Saturday with
over :Newberry and PK Yongeof PKY of Gainesville the JV
Boy's Long Sleeve SIZES 1 RackDRESS electrical work Gainesville.In team won 61 33. /Holmes
last Tuesday's game the again was high scorer with 34
.. Were 89" NOW $3946 LONG SLEEVE JV won 67 54 with Holmes points Pringle( followed with
SHIRTS scoring 23 of those points 16 points David Blount was
LEISURE'SHIRTS SAVE $$ ON leading rebounder
BROKEN It was a close game 25 24
until three minutes left in the
/i: Price 95 Values I To 9 5 YOUR ELECTRIC third quarter when the JV
UpTo125 ,* 59 $1 12 r team was able to open up the
$2500 BILL 7By scoring
In both games the team had
Corriere new "SUPER II' Ip good defense and was able to
E" 'unit if now alto II
BROKEN SIZES ? ill second half after a close first
1 Rack Of available. Demand to ; Ti/ITTW half in each
_J LEISUREJACKETS .. see efficiency comparison ( (> ld The JV' team takes on Cross
't I r PANTS. before you buy. IIgIIIIIII I 1luIllllllllln'lIM becoming 1700 scarce wild turkeys in America were City Friday at home and
\ \ Carrier beat them all meets Santa Fe at their court
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Turkey and Tradition FeaturedAt

National Guard Holiday Event

The spirit of military stepped-up required strengthof those years as first sergeantof
service that has been traditional 212 men and officers; 22 the company. :
in this area for almost more than its present total ::i id
150 years showed renewed strength of 190.Unprecedented. PSG J.E. Tomlinson -.1
vigor Sunday when some 300 summed up the spirit behind

members and guests of Company D when he said,
reenlistment -
Company D filled the new "We have an outstanding unit \
over the weekend of 54
Starke Armory for the unit's In the Florida National Guard. t a,
members of the unit for termsof
! annual Christmas dinner. Never sell it short." _
1 from one to 24 years, representing -
The day was significant for a potential total of Another highlight of the day ?

several reasons. It marked: some 1,200 years of future service was the presentation of the f fI fp
in the Guard.Recognition National Guard Bureau's
-The announcement that as "Guardsman Award" in r I "'

\ of January 1 this unit will be of 1st Sgt. recognition of "patriotic service I
reassigned and designated as Robert Drake who will retire to the National Guard." + 3 'k

631st Maintenance Co. with increased February 10 after 30 years of In addition to Drake, those re- .
responsibilities and a service in the local unit-25 of ceiving the award were CW- ---

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CWO Crosby (left) and 1st Sgt. Drake congratulate each other on more than 30 yean' service In
the Starke National Guard unit. Both enlisted when the unit was reorganized after World War II.


Readers write I

Man from PlainsThe Capt. Robert Kelly company commander congratulates Ed
Cole, Bob Paterson Al Crosby, and Charles Schaefer on com-
pleting 30 years of service In the Guard unit. Land Use Plan Called 'lUolIstrost.y'Dear

Mike Douglas television show, clean leader it faultlessin
as one put so
t taped in Plains, Ga. and broadcast to the its ethical conduct that it will help to 4's Edward F.Cole, Robert G. Played as a mechanic by a Mr. Editor: eludes the right These to rights own private shall with no funds could stop a lot
Paterson A.L. property. of this infringement upon our
; nation Monday afternoon, made restore not only the self-respect of the and SFC Charles Crosby J. Schaefer., ; firm in Starke. This is in response to your be protected by all levels of rights.

Jimmy Carter's feat of winning the American people, but also their faith All of these have 30 years or Onlv nine members were recent editorials and articleson government against the Don E. Champion
i Presidency of the United States seem that the national government CAN function more service in the local unit. ,sworn in by the unit at the the "Comprehensive Land infringement by other private 838 N. Temple Ave.
Use Planning" for our city citizens, organizations and
incredible. time of its reorganization, and
even more
: properly and shape a good futurefor Drake, who will reach retirement the commanding officer was and county. government ((5)), Our INCREDIBLE, I

its people. age in February, received Capt. Richard G. Kidd government exists in the first UNBELIEVABLE! (f.,
To realize that a man, who had been, the Commendation My feelings as a citizen and place for the sole purpose of I
Army Dear Editor
in the words of his own mother (Miss They also for a closer bond Medal from the De- In a brief talk on the t historyof private property owner, land protecting people against :

Lillian), "just an ordinary boy," could yearn partment of the Army, and the the unit, LTC James F. owner and taxpayer in the unfair acts by other people Since the month of
those who
among now are often hostileto county and city IS it
come from such humble Florida National Guard service Bloodworth Post Commanderof which would adversely affect September 1976,1 have had an
surroundings one another the blacks and the medal in of the Starke Post, said that makes no difference what you their safety, health and incredible increase in my
and rise, without even the help and en whites, the old and the young, parentsand more than 30 years recognition of loyal Starke has had some type of call this planned monstrosity, property. The role of utility reading and have been

couragement of his own party's their children, labor and service to the Guard. He en- militia since Indian War it is an infringement upon our governments any level charged with an enormous
"establishment," to the highest office in farmers and listed in the New York Na- Days. At least one companywas right as private property is to insure that the activitiesof amount of money for services
management, city-ites, and organized here, com- owners by the very govern- citizens in relation to each I have not used.I .
the land, and perhaps the most powerfulin tional Guard on December 9,
those with sectional differences.But manded Capt. J C. ments that are charged with
by other and their
the world, staggers the imagination."It 1939 and served until Oct. 11, Richard, to fight in the Civil the protection of these rights. in equitable property balance am positive that the small
1940. He was called into active frame house, which 1 rent, is
just couldn't happen" but it did. War, although it was made there must be
the opinion survey found that the service with the New York up Land Use Planning is BUT, an not using that much utilities.
peoples' yearnings went much deeper. Guard on Oct. 12, 1940 and of men not only from the branding another man'sproperty. allowance for maximum free-
It is unfortunate that this close-up of Most Americans served during World War II Starke area but from other Not too dom of activities, if the My bill for November con-
they say, seem unsettled counties well.The Bradford many years
the Carter background was on a daytime worried about until Oct. 5, 1945. One of his as ago the branding of anotherman's private ownership of propertyis tained a charge of $43.74
so many things duty stations was at Camp County Guards were or- to continue as an inalienable almost half of the total chargefor
show when so many Americans were pollution, inflation, the rapid rise in Blanding, where he served as ganized after the Civil War property and was dealt with right. Group rights are never all utilities which was
,r busy at their work and could not benefit first in and this unit was the first quickly harshly-In other superior to individual rights in $8926
energy prices, pornography, drugs, sergeant an infantryunit words it considered
Guard in the state was as
from the inspiration and new faith in in company to a Republican form of government -
crimes, and rebellious children, among remaining this area volunteer for service in the stealing. Stealing by any other -otherwise there wouldbe I could be satisfied with this
the working of our democracy that it many other problems. In short, "The after the war. Spanish-American War under name is still the same. Land no inalienable rights. charge if there was anyone at

imparted. It would have gone far to renew people want peace of mind, and an CWO the othermembl"r command of Capt. Eugene S. Use Planning is a gradual home during the day. But
their for clean Crosby, Matthews. stealing ot our property rights there is not anyone at home
hope a new day, a that all is
to be well. If
assurance going with more than 30 under the guise of "progress." NO! We do not. now or ever, during the day but five hours
and breath of fresh
sweep, a in President Carter of service with the local Bloodworth named
of years
can provide some The only reasons I can see need a comprehensive land and heating and cooking is
; Washington which, according to observers this, he will go far." unit, enlisted in the National early commanders of guard Would" be to benefit some use plan for Starke, Bradford limited tosay the least. Aboutone
is what Americans want and Guard on Nov. I 1,1937 while at- units here as DeWitt C. Jonesin select groups and to "pigeon County State of Florida or full course meal a week,

expect from Jimmy Carter.As tending high school in Starke the 1912 period, ArchibaldJ. hole" our property for the the Nation. If the State and and sandwiches during the
It is a big order even for a man who and served until .
20, 1939 Thomas, Sr in the 1920s, expediency of a near Legislature want one then weekdays is all that is pre-
made it from Plains, Ga., to the White when he enlisted in the U.S. and T.T. Long in the 1930s. totalitarian government. let them bear the pain of the pared.
one political observer writes, "If House, with nothing to start on but his Marine Corps serving until most grievous sin of stealingour ,
Mr. Carter can do things to make the Sept. 16, 1945. He served in the The unit was called for had better Will the State expelus Close friends with central
own determination and confidence that active service in World War II. Maybe, we review rights.
South Pacific and was at heating systems have told me
American feel better about form of from the union Set us
people our government
he could do the job. Pearl Harbor on December 7, on Nov 25, 1940, and served of burning fuel for heat 24
Or send in armed
themselves and their future he will be for those that have forgotten adrift?
until demobilized. It was reactivated -
1941, the day of the Japanese First,we have a democratic troops It will take much hours a day. Their bill is from
going far toward succeeding as pres- In the words of Miss Lillian "He said attack He took part in as a Guard unit on REPUBLIC a funding for the State to do this $:>9 to $60 a month no more
ident." numerous campaigns during Nov. 19, 1946, under Capt. and control. for an entire bill. Plus they
he could be elected, and he was. povernment that guaranteesto planning
Kidd. Since that time, com-
World War II, including the individual certain Pressure the Legislature into have washers and dryers, andI
A round-up of opinion by newspaper Tarawa and the Mariannas, manding officers have been which in- funds for this bureau. Laws take my clothing-* tlte
correspondents in all geographical areas In this transition period, Mr. Carter is and was discharged after the 'T.K. McClane, Hugh Ingram, inalienable rights, no laundromat .

of the nation came up with these showing the same degree of confidence, war as a sergeant. James Randal Chitty Bloodworth, Drew, Reddish Richard, With six dependents to

findings about public expectations for determination, and energy in preparing Both Crosby and Drake Jockel, James Reddish, and support you tell me how a

the incoming President: for the tasks ahead that he showed have served with the local unit the present commander, County Agents By v f family is to survive with this

during the campaign.His ever since it was reorganizedafter Robert Kelly.Another enormous amount of money to

Americans, generally, feel they are World War II, when it Bobby. have to pay out for nothing.
not as well off as they were only a few first two sound choices for cabinet was designated as Hq. Co. 2nd milestone was TaylorPhone With inflation increases, I
Bn 124th Inf. on Nov. 19 1946. reached several
years ago
and would like to have a positions indicated that Mr. Carter would need a 24 hour a day
they plansto
years ago Crosby was working as when the Guard first openedits which for
job, is impossible a
president who, somehow, is ab'e to improve hold the reins of government firmly County Service Officer and ranks to members of the Ub4-b.k person who is the sole

their quality of life, and give them and be his own policymaker, at the same was also serving as Super- female sex The local unit now supporter of and parent lonly
hope of better prospects for themselvesand time surrounding himself with visor of Elxtions for Brad- has a total of ten women on its I get calls all year long systems. Trees 4 to 7 feet tall one) of a family to do.
ford County. Drake was cm- roster. asking when is the best time to are probably the best size to
their children. individuals of capacity and experiencewho plant fruit trees and ornamental transplant. They usually cost I am pleading my case to

are strong executors of policy, and plants. less than larger ones and are' the editor in hope that this will

Americans are looking for a "complete will help him do the job. Bu S-BMSChoralConcert less apt to die after transplanting get some results and change

cleansing" of the presidency, and look to My answer is that plants in m my utility charges becauseIt

Mr. Carter with all of the Nixon team Plains, Ga., as depicted on television Highlight OfPre-Holidays planted containers any can time,be but trans-bare- Trees should be purchasedfrom is DISGUSTIBLE.' AND UNBELIEVABLE INCREDIBLE --

finally gone_ from the White House Monday, is a plain town. Jimmy Carteris root plants should be trans- a reliable nursery and .

to completely obliterate the crimes a plain man with simple tastes, A large and appreciative Contributing greatly to the planted in late winter (December transplanted as soon as Dorothy Terry

and the intrigues of the past from the interested only in doing a job for the audience enjoyed the success of the performancewas 15 to March 1)). dug.possible Never after allow they the have roots been to 94.1 Oak Street

people who elected him. That is what the Christmas concert presentedby the expertise demon-
national memory. the High School and Middle strated by the two accom- Transplanting bare-rooted dry out or become exposed to
people expect from Jimmy Carter, and School choruses in the BMS panists, Ellen George and plants before spring growth the sun and wind. Trees not DEPUTY SIIERIFF:
They look to Mr. Carter to conduct an that is what we are confident they will gym last Saturday night. Cindy Canova, of the high enables the plant to develop a planted soon after digging Til.\\KED FOR stR'ICEThe :
will be root system in time to supplysoil should be heeled in wet saw-
administration that "squeakyOne school.
get. has been
The combined choruses water and nutrients to the dust or soil until transplanting ( Telegraph

consisting of 141 voices, were Altogether, the evening was top of the plant during growth provided for publication witha
presented by Bill McRae, acclaimed by listeners as one copy of the following letter
director of choral music for of the outstanding choral pre- Since we are approaching When transplanting dig a' written to Sam Eunice, a
I Progress Poison ? BHS and BMS, in a varied sentations heard here in the transplanting season, it is hole 20 to 30 inches in diameter deputy sheriff of Bradford
program that ranged from recent years and was a tributeto time to make plans to set that and 24 to 36 inches deep. County)

traditional Christmas selections the leadership and en- fruit tree, shrub or other plant A hole this large will be neces- Dear Mr. Eunice:
to the more sophisticatedrock thusiasm of the new director, you have wanted around the sary to accomodate the root
man's progress is another m::.-:'s, hensive land use plan (now required by number, "Higher and Mr. McRae who received his home. Fruit trees like pecans, system. Mixtures of peat and During the early morning
state law) and denouncing it as "a Higher." degree in music from the Uni- peaches, pears plums, appleor top-soil may prove beneficialfor hours of November 20. you
poison.It planned monstrosity" and "an in- versity of Florida earlier this citrus should be considered. better moisture holding took my wife's mother to the
Outstanding among the year. Many times, they will add to capacity and root growth. North Regional Hospital in
used to be that "progress," of any fringement on the rights of private Middle School numbers Wl"rethe your home landscape and pro- one of the Rescue Units It is
kind considered desirable, property owners," in the writer's! spirited "Those Were The Receipts from the concert duce some mighty good Use care when setting and my understanding that you
was opinion. Days," featuring Vicki will be used to purchase new too. placing the roots and fillingthe did this good deed as an act of
beneficial, and even necessary to the Carver, Sandy Harper, Bar- numbers for the school's eating, hole with soil Place the kindness rather than as a

welfare of individuals and the bara Earl and Vicki Kerseyas music library and the chorus A pecan tree might be a roots as near as possible to the specific duty.
community-at.large. And finally, there was the stand soloists. members are looking forwardto good investment for you. way they grew in the nursery. W'ewould be gratefulto
taken President- enlarging their repertoire, Do not plant the tree too deep.
against "progress" by Prices of up to a dollar per you even if the act had beenin
Rut due to our rapidly increasing elect Jimmy Carter's brother Billy, in a A highlight among the BHS McRae said. pound this year should help The tree should be planted the line with your regular duty
now, the
chorus numbers was "Going decide to plant a tree if same depth was in
television interview aired Monday after- you and hours of work. Since this
continued 1 decline of The small from the
population, open Home," adapted from AntonDvorak's group you have and like the nursery.
deed actually beyond
: pa<.e. and the threat of water, air, and noon. Obviously fearing that the Carter "New World high school chorus will pre- nuts for eating, baking, or for normal was duty, we feel
the subject is becoming home town, of Plains Ga., is going to become Symphony." sent a program of Christmas Christmas gifts Prune broken or damagedroots your
raise pollution, razzle-dazzle tourist music and novelty numbers at and remove one-third of even more grateful.

debatable at least in the opinon of good for a business, but changing mecca the- Especially well received by the Starke Rotary Club on Select a pecan variety that the top of the tree at the time The Lord will richly bless

some. the audience was the "Higherand Wednesday, Dec. 22, and will come into bearing early, of planting. This provides a you for such gracious acts. I
pattern of leisurely life in that quiet Higher" number presented another concert is planned for one that is prolific and balance between the roots and hope that the feeling of

Three instances of this anti-progress little town of some 600 souls Billy said by a small 12-member the spring. produces consistently, and top and will increase the personal sacrifice will also

have come to our attention. he'd like to ask his older brother to erecta group of advanced choral one that is resistant to scab. chances of survival. add to your degree of happi-

philosophy fence around the town, with security members with choreography Nuts should be medium to Press the soil firmly as the ness. Thank you.

guards on both sides, to keep the sight- arranged by Debra Sperlicn of CJOMi M4ur large in size with shells that hole is filled with soil and Tom Nolin
recent County Commission Florida vett! crack and kernels
At a the University of + easily, water. Use about 5 gallons of P.O. Box 963
meeting a delegation of East Starke seers out and let life go on as it was. Fayon Hawkins was the should be of good flavor and water around each tree when Starke, Fla.

residents actually presented a petition featured soloist. VuCER QouND quality. the hole is about 34 full of soil.

asking the board NOT to pave a dirt So there you have it. Progress, as Some of the varieties that Make a 5 foot basin around the

road in front of their property for at known and sought by every Chamber of Among the special numberswas have done well in our area are base of the tree with the remaining Savings Bond
Commerce member from coast to coast, an adept rendition by Stuart, Curtis, Desirable and soil. The basin will
least ten Joey Herres of the The London "underground" Sales IncreaseOctober
years. adagio
serve as a water reservoir
is unmixed in the of Elliot. trees shouldbe
not an blessing eyes movement from Beethoven's"Moonlight Is the world's largest subway in Nursery good condition and after rains or watering. Trees
some. Sonata." system. I It covers ( distance of
One dumbfounded Commissioner, 252 miles. vigorous with good root may require several sales of Series E

used to hearing pleas for more hardsur- More than a hundred waterings if rainfall is in and II United States Savings
years ago sufficient.
facing at almost every meeting, gulpedand Henry David Thoreau registered his Bonds in Florida were $20.5

asked, "You mean you'd rather have the of that ACRID' million.
against "progress day Overfertilization is
protest a
Sales for the
ten month
the road rainy"wet or sandy dry than by retreating to Walden Pond and p milijjii1pflBOB common fault in the manage period of 1976 totaled $1558

have it paved? writing his immortal paean to the quiet ment of young trees. No million up $4.9 million over
fertilizer should be
life. r applied at last year.
because "we'vegot planting. Trees may be
The answer was yes,
Thoreau will arise o fertilized in June with to S.L. Peek. Jr. Bradford
and Perhaps a new up
road now" a paved tare
a good dirt from the ranks of those who now Q4 G. FERGUSON JOHN M MILLER one pound of 101010. County Volunteer Savings
and faster traffic, oppose lloN
road would mean more Publishers Bonds chairman reported
the children and more black-topped roads, com- Bond sales in
becoming a hazard for Published, each Thursday and entered as second das Matter at the Poet Office at Stark, Ra under Most other fruit trees and county Savings
land and in-
other nuisances. prehensive use planning, October were $14.289. The
bringing Aclot March 3. 1879.
some ornamentals can be
creased tourist traffic down main county attained 77.3 cent
street. per
Subscription rate in trade area: $7 per year: $4 six months transplanted like the
pecan. of Its 1976 sales goal the end of
Then there is the letter printed in Outside trade area: $8 per year: *4 50 six months. Call me If you have questionsor October. County sales for the

another column on this page opposing And who are we to dispute their rightto Phone 964-6305 Starke. Fla want more information ten month period' were

"progress" in the form of a compre- do so? along this line. 156862.

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::> I. L:UVVAKL'S NEWS ST. MAHK'S CIIURCIIRl'V. EPISCOPAL LDl\IS Establishes honor Society

M .John Flynn A chapter of the National {Hendricks, Pam Richards, good mentality credableachievement
Junior Beta Club has been Annetta Sapp, Carita Shadd, ,
St. Edward's Catholic religion teachers and their Saturday: Acolyte established at Lake Butler Karen Thompson, Corky attitude and must be approved
Church was awarded second famlles held a covered dish Jt Practice, 10 a.m. Middle School for seventh and Welch and Steve White. by principle of the school.
prize on their Christmas float supper In the parish hall. Fol- Sunday: Holy Eucharist eighth graders that qualify. Nine new members will be Founded In 1961 as a
entry In the annual Christmas lowing the supper Mrs. i 8:30: a.m.; Church School,9:45: Charter members and added to the club at the end of division of the National aBeta
parade Dec. II. Antoinette C068 accompanied a.m. ; Holy Eucharist, It officers are: David Barber, the next nine week grading Club the purpose
Members of the Church who by the pastor, Rev. Patrick a.m.; Advent Party for ALL, 4 president; Dwayne Mallard, periud. Faculty advisors to encourage effort and reward
assembled this float which Foley with the guitar, led the p.m. vice president; Lisa the Junior Beta Club are Jim merit and to promote those
carried a nativity scene with group in singing Christmas Wednesday: Junior Choir lIendrlcks, secretary ; GallDway and Andrea Anderson. qualities of character that.
Itfl"-sized camel were: Carol carols. Practice, 6:30: p.m.; Senior Georganna Hall, treasurer makes for good citizenship.A
.\ahline, Frank Coss, Joe Members of the St. Choir Practice, 7:30: p.m. and Ronnie Pinkston, public Membership In the Junior
Gissy, Kathy Pernini and Edward's Choir and other relations. Beta Club must be gained heart maketh a
Steve Rallis parishioners plan a com- SMVHSA BAPTISTCIIUUCII Other charter members through worthy character merry
Steven Spell represented munity carolling program on Gwen cheerful countenance.
Elder T.C.WillIams are: Barrick, Lisa
Joseph, Debbie Phillips acted Friday evening, Dec 17. Green, Anna Marie GUErrero, -
liS Mary. Jerry Anne Allen Christmas Masses .e scheduled -
Lynette Headman
11. "On the search for a Kenneth
was dressed as an An el. as follows: Friaay. Dee, church GainesvilleLivestock
"hephl'rdsere Alan Ashline, 24 Christmas Vigil Mass at 7 ?
Frank Cess, Todd Samons and pm. and Midnight Mass. No tPChurt.h FIRST CIIIUSTIASCIIUHCII
Kevin Tyrrell Masses will be celebrated at First nnpti Welcome to Smyrna Market

Following the parade some SL Edward's on Christmas Jim Love,Minister
'If the materials used on the Day since Father Foley Ul'V, Hen MADISON STREET Sunday School, 10 a.m.,; Sunday: Sunday school, 9:45:
float were reassembled.l at the serves R.M.C. at Lake Butler Bryant Morning Worship, 11 a.m.; a.m.; morning service, 10:45:
front of the Church along with and B.T.U. at Raiford on that SUNDAY: Sunday School, Rev BAPTIST Charles CHURCH Swartl Worship B.T.S.! ,5:45 7: p.m.p.m. Evening a.m.; youth group, 6 p.m.; Market Will Be Closed 2 W80b
the large nativity figures. day 9:45: a.m. Morning.Worship, evening worship,7 p.m.; choir
On Sunday evening, Dec. 12, :No'; Vigil Mass will be held ; practice, 8 p.m.Wednesday .
110 m.; Church Training, 6:15: THURSDAY: Visitation, 10 During Holidays
members of the Choir and on Sat. Dec. 25. and Sunday night: Bible
Evening Worship, 7:30: FIRST ASSEMBLY OF
p.m.; a.m., 2 p.m.
:Masses are scheduled for 9 study, 8 p.m.GItAII1.
p.m. School I, GOD
Enrnt.oot haler,1 ) a m. and II a m.I.I'owCIIGuhugun. SUNDSunday 0. to.1 101.This Wu Will b be nt',
:MONDAY : Girl's I I
9:45: a.m.; Morning Worship, "the happy church"
Ensemble, 640; p.m.; Youth Children's ,
11 a.m.; Worship Hwy 16at Weldon St.
Earnest Obld Bilker, 8I! of Choir. 7 pm.Tl.SD.Y. 11 a.m.; Church Training, 6:15: Starke Itev. James! Starling Next Sale After The Holidays Will Be Jan
ltruoker died early :1londaymorning : : Junior Choir, p.m.; Evening Worhsip, 7:30: SUNDAY SERVICES:
(Dec 1:1.: at :North'; 3:30: p.m.; Sunday School 10 a.m. SUNDAY: Sunday School, 3rd 1977, And Our Next Feeder Pig Sale
Lt. e..1. L. Powell Gahagan, pm.TL'ESD.V 10 a.m.; Morning Worship, II
Florida Regional Hospital iniainsvnlle \\EDSESD.\Y: Family : Morning Bible Morning Worship 11a.m.
37: ,ground air force (reI.) died a.m.; Training Union, 6 p.m.; Jan 7th 1977
/ at his night supper, 6:15: p.m.; SS Studay, 10 a.m.WEDNESDAY. .
Born suddenly Saturday Worker's meeting, G.A.'s, Evening Worship, 7 p.m.
In Maryville home in Savannah, Ga.II' : SS Council Ever Worship 7 p.m.WEDNESDAY WEUSEsnMid.Week f
Tennes.ee. :\11' Baker R.A's, Acteens, World Youth Happy Holidays
was a !\ the of Meeting, 6:30: p.m.; :
Gahagan was son Prayer Service, 7:30
'ehred Texas Coal miller lie the late :\Irs. Mdttle Gahaganof Friends and Mission Friends, Choir Practice,7:30: p.m.; Mid Youth meeting 7 p.m. p.m.
'/10\1'(110 Urookl'r III 195I! and Starke. Survivors are his 6:45: pm; Hour of Power 7:30: week Prayer Service, 7:30:: Bible Study 7 p.m.
..IS iI member of the Church wife. Mrs. Gahagan and son. pm., Adult Choir 8:15: p.m. p.m.; Adult Choir Practice, Pastor Robert Harden
"I ChrIst. Luther Powell Gahagan Jr. of TIIUUSD.\: Visitation, 830; p.m. Welcome one and aliIltIIUS t
Survivors Include three 9:30: a.m.; Visitation, 7 p.m. I
,laughters 1\lrs. Charles E.cotl :. Savannah, a brother Emmett SATURDAY: Bus ministry
<; nf fl'Ooker.Irs.) : Scott Gahagan; of Bluffton, S.C. and visitation, 8:30: a.m. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN :\ IW.\D
aunt, !\Irs. LG Powell of
an 1I.\PT1ST ]
!>h of :'Ilarshall Texas G&I
ihlf\\a: '\I.bre3lassl'Y- of Starke. l\Ir", Dovie Sibley, 5f) Sunday Services: Sunday
""Iicana, TIils. II grandhrldren Funeral services were held Sunday School, 9:30: a.m.; School, 10 a.m., Morning :
and III great grand. in the Episcopal Church in Mrs. Dovie B. Sibley, 56. of Morning Worship, 11 a.m.; led Worship and Services for the
'1IIItln'n Sa\'annah. Ga. on !Monday Keystone- Heights died Friday by the choir singing the Deaf, II t a.m.,Training Union, I r rthJ
morning/ with interment in after extended ill- Christmas Cantata "Carols of 6:30 ,
Burial wIll be today morning an p.m. Evening Worship,
Thurs"aDel' 16.1) inIarshall. Evergreen Cemetery. ness. Christmas. 7:30: p.m.
\ 'Texas hoses- and A retired nurse, Mrs. Sibley Dr. Aaron N. Meckel, Guest Wednesday Services! : Mid-
''uhllson Funeral Home of had lived in the Keystone area 1\linister. Week Prayer Service and centers
alnl'S\'IIIl' is In charge of :M..fl1S4)N STREET! for the past 40 years. She was Family night supper and Bible Study, 7:30: p m.. Choir family
1 cal 1 .n rilngl'n1l'nts. 8.\I'1'IS1'Clll'RCII born Sept. 20, 1920 in Tyler, Joy Gift Celebration Sunday Practice, 8:15: p.m.
Texas evening, 6:30: p.m.g3tC4Pt4b@RP141ClkP

(:I d t' Jolul"o'Clyde Charles H. S\\artz, pilstor.Thursday. Survivors Include her
..Vislta t ion, 10 husband, M.L. Sibley of
\ J Johns 61. of am.. 2p m., 7 pm.Silturday..Youth McUae; a daughter, Mrs. BtbW7p4A81@F6r9P'A' ';\ : : 14 2nI
I iIiedll'd In SI. Vincent's Bowling Robert Dodd ot'Keystone; one liJIIlJ1(! L](E 01JaJl(! ][$

"nspltal In Jill'kson\ :\Itn-! !'ilrty. :Meet at church, 6:30: son, Lane Sibley of McRae; a Santa
afternoon following a long pm. sister, I\lrs. Bobbie French of 301 s. SHOPPING Starke Fla.
IIltt'sS Sunda-SundolY School \lcRae: and one brother CEENTER ,
Born III 1.awtey. :May 9. 19l3.Ur 9:45: : iI m. :Morning Worship William Beck of Winston, domes .
Johns was an automobile and Chlldren's WorshIp, 11'Ira Oregon; five grandchildren
mechanic and a member tf'hi' Church Training, 6:15pm and one greatgrandchild..
Evergreen Baptist Evening \\orshlp. 7:30.: Funeral services were held
mach) ills polrl'ntsl're the Tuesdoly..Children's Department Sunday, Dec. 12, at 2 p.m. in
ate Jorllle: and :Mary will go Christmas the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel in ,
\ld'ol"l1l1ck Johns "iII'uling. :Meet at church, 5:10:: Keystone Heights with Rev. cponalds :.
Ward and Rev. Merle
Survivors I include one pm Leamon
tilught Carol. n :\lljotnault of WC'dnl'sdaChristmas Packham officiating. Burial .d f fI
range !Park iI i step "uppl'r and fellowship service.I. was in Gadara Cemetery with I wIM SixFaal
taultht"r. Join Franks of H ::10 p m ChOir Pral.tlCl' 8:30. DeWitt C Jones Funeral T
)lundl. three sots. James home in charge of arrange-
johns and Leo ,Johns ofacksonville ments. 4
and Handolll
o )- O O-J-
Johns "r Pensacola. '
iI step -

on.three lohll'Larry brothers:Morris Green; Johns of Warren Starkl'and: PANELING I CENTER I -.:: :41 ;

r I lack-.inllie hffOl. I\Johns. two sisters all of I r Ii I Monday Thru Thursday Tall

drs !Lucille\ :l.losley of 4x8' I i
I .\wire :Mrs LOIs Bowen or Dec. 20 Thru Dec. 23
Riot;randchiIdren Palm Beach and eight I SHEETS r iJ' // ""t t I II I II'

\\I'dne..cloIDl'C Funeral "('I"'Il'I'Sl'rl'I 13.: In held the I Prices / ': 6:00 To 8:00
DIII t" .Junt'S Chapel at I' I'I'i: \\i II i : :

't.Jfk"lth 1 Dr Charles I Start At ,, Ftl1
Polhll.'k and Dr \'ernun John Each Chimes
"fflcloItlll/t/ Burial was inF'ergieen Night __
: ('etretery- alHaifod
1$299 I

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1'.. Those I oho expressed w"a1 aU : 1
her' "tinipulhin su many '
''1.Iullllll >fat ,
nays dUring our Wahl
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".' our heartfelt thanks t\\\"a4t
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wonder if people

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'"51 / UC Ca ers Edge- P. K. Yonge- Drop- One To Newberry I Ito III

Tiger basketballers edged Perry topped the night's was much Improved over the its two big men, Scott, 8.5, to man defense in the fourth not quitting when behind in
I 53 51 by P.K. Yonge in scoring with 17 points. Blount first two periods." The Tigers and Haynes, 6 3, in the period and outscored New- the second half. I,;
Gainesville Saturday night, and Jackson each scored 11 were down 33.27 at the half, Panthers' 65-49 win Tuesday berry 19 12. "That's what I was looking
then fell 65 49 to Newberry in points and Alfred Holmes 10 but outscored PKY 13.6 in the night in Newberry, said Coach for after being down in the
Lake Butler Tuesday night for possession, and Lake Butler third quarter and 13 -12 in the Thomas. It was the first Tiger Coach Thomas changed( to a first half," Thomas said. "I'm I ji[
a2-l record to date. .. controlled the ball until Sam fourth. loss of the season. man-to-man defense in the satisfied that we came back I,
Boysie Perry poured in 11 Jackson was fouled with three PI K. YONOI GAME fourth period, but Lake Butler and played, because we havea
I third PET It 17 t 17-51 Basically, Thomas said, his fouled quite a bit he good ball club and will win
'\ 'N period points to lead the seconds left. Jackson con L* 11 14 11 13-Si said.
!i rii Tigers to 53.51 come from verted one of two charity shots PK VI Oulnt.na Oil, Pita 5.0.". Hell- Tigers had a poor shooting Thomas praised his cagers for some games."
1 behind win over the PKY Blue for the 53 51 win. LakeButler's afrom 5.7.16. ,.Hop.I'. l.',L.Vh O. I11 average in the first half, Newberry did a good job of ;
ToUll II 11 >l. shooting 23 percent to NKWBERRVOAMI the ,
Wave. second. defending against Tigers i
LiPtrry 6.1 17, Holm.s 4-1-10, Newberry's 50 percent. The L* n. II I/-4S Thomas said.
Jessie Rlount scored on a "We just played better WhIl02.0..Jchon..II.llounll. Tigers trailed all the 11- MB 14 10 $If II ttUHSi
I.11, >l>14.9-53. way Perry Oil, Holmes 0 11, Lack of rebounding was
driving lay up with 1:16: left defense in the second half, 14 after the first period, 19.34 J.chion4-o-lWhites.0 I0. F,1,..rS 4 what hurt the Tigers most 1
in the game to put Lake Butler said Tiger Coach Jimmy at the half, and 31 .53 after the .14 lIoun'1.0.7. Totals' II.7 4fNewMrry against Newberry. the coach
up by one 52 51. PKY failed Thomas. "Overall, our play in Newberry did a "real good third period. Scott. 10. t 29,SmnlM. tII said. had 34
to score on the following the third and fourth quarterssays job of getting the ball inside" UHS came alive on a man Manuel-4-1., Haynes 7 Tat.1174.1 17, Martin 17 ,4i 0 7, rebounds Newberry to 16 for UHS


+ Ga G G A Attr A G A U
t, UGH To Provide Ambulance :

h 1 / erlt Shop Mac's Music Shop In Starke r

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Rescue Unit Part- Time Help : For Musical Instruments DRUMStICKS

I, 5 FSP Employees Graduate 8 .
Smoothing over difficulties has since been resolved.The laboratory survey was doneon I
Five employees from Florida. State Prison have recently completed between Union Ambulance emergency medical tech- December 6 and the $225
minimum standards curriculum which is required by Service, Inc. and Union nicians stopped providing hospital was given an OK. i
l law, They are left to right: Gerard Anthony I lleiulrlcth. Charles General Hospital the trustees emergency room services November Passing these inspections Great b
f David Stephens, James! (Graham and George A. ('ulbt'rt.o:'; and administrator Eugene 21 when the EMTs will allow the hospital to I
pictured Is Uar)11.l : Mobley.: llardval agreed to provide the came in conflict with existing collect over $80,000 due the GiftsfRECORDSA
The program includes instruction in the Criminal Justice S>- ambulance service with part- state laws about how they hospital in Medicaid- '
Stem L"KalsPt'cts of Corrections, Operational Procedures, time clerical help. must function. Medicare funds. ,
Confusion had arisen Hardval and Tom Greene of
Principles and Supervision. Human Relations! and Trihnical Four vacancies were filled
Training Skills which include between ambulance service Health America, Inc. explained '.
first aid and fire that were to
1 fighting techniques.Raiford. President Jerry Wilson and that to be in compliance the inspections.necessary Hired were pass I
the hospital over the neces- with state laws and to pathologIst Gertrude E. =

sary clerical insurance help needed forms to pass the medicare-medicaid that held November Warner, I\1D.; dietary consultant I V BELOW COSTM' J
process inspection was Irma Engelmann i
Refuses To ActOn needed for collection of money 23 an EMT on a Code R.D.; x-ray technician James
owed to the ambulance ser Blue, or life-saving situation, Christafulli, and bookkeeper.
! vice. In a 1975 verbal agree- must act under a registerednurse Shirley P. Riley. k.. It
ment with Union County Com- until a doctor arrives,
City License TaxWithout In other business the :
mission clerical help had been then act under his orders. If a
trustees agreed to cancel
w agreed to, but had been given registered nurse receives a s If
members said they were not contract with Lung Care, Inc. _... L ,
a motion the intermittently. authority over a phone she II>A .. ,,....__ ( .
of Memphis, Tenn. The ... '
Kaiford town council MIJ, for it. I ..
Lack of communication was allow an EMT: to perform '
decided not to lake any actionto "Those that would have to blamed for the misunderstanding within his capabilities and hospital will provide its own 4 'i: ; Music !K:: ';t;' :.:(i
levy -occupational license- pay it are those that are already "- UGH Board Chair functions. Also resolved was licensed personnel to operateas fr, / Shop r J1
tax for the town at this time. paying property tax, man U.:M Hale said when the Issue if an EMT works for technician.respiratory therapy ITJ.r, ltl 1:$
the said council president Leland : k .
incorporatedtown !these problems arise they the hospital in the emergencyroom ..t'I
does have the Bralhtr in response to a letter should be taken to the on his off duty time thatis Doyle Archer was I,::t4:; 226 N. Temple I Ave --" '")It
authority to levy an from the Department of administrator to be workedout his personal preference. nominated to replace D.I\1. r .. \ 1:$
Revenue from he State of Hale as chairman of the boardof ea 4 : .
tax "eitherby
occupation or if something is amiss Hardval said he would havean : :: :
resolution or ordinance" Florida giving them authorityto take it to the trustees to be update on collections and trustees. Felton Smith was ., 964-7391
under chapter :i<))5 of the levy such a tax. hd tied. billing later in the week and nominated to retain the post of

Florida Statutes council have Council clerk members Kathryn agreed!(Alvarez to ILirdval agreed l to having a would mail these and a copy of will vice-chairman.take over at New the January officers W & &W W & & W & &W
person on a regular basis for aoopt.'l'lri..d the minutes to each trustee in
Tu g*, Stickers draft a letter to Florida) Power amount of time each an effort to cut down on meeting
and Light commendingMarvin day to help the ambulance reading the minutes at each
Checked: ) HereThe : E :Nogel for cooperation service with insurance forms meeting. They can be ap- ASSOCIATED RETAIL MERCHANTS OF AMERICA
with the city and giving
Florida Highway Patrol efficient service when there" trustees Wilson that explained under to the hospital agreement since proved each or corrected trustee will quickly have
have been electrical interruptions
had time to read these NEW
warns motorists, who have in Kaiford with the county commission over
ignored vehicle tag and On a motion from council he was not able to do the before the meeting.
Presented to the board
inspection laws that spot necessary paperwork for the wastheadministralor's
mt'mb..rllchal'l: Dobbs the
, checks in this area are met'tingsl're changed ambulance service and fin report advising -
8 the trustees about the L 111
currently underway. beginning in .January to the ifuty in the hospital from :Medicare certification. The
Captain James Love, first Tuesday in each month. a n1. to 5 p m each day and
commanding officer for the still not slight his work with formal survey was conducted
In other business, thecounl'll '
:Nov; 23 and the hospital was
the ambulance
highway patrol troop service.
asked that a letter be found to be deficient in 28
operating tn the 11 county written to the railroad The
in an trustees were also advised minor items none of which
area including Bradford and effort to have the weeds 1 of a situation that Wilson kept them from compliance. A POWER TOOLS
Union Counties, recently cleaned l along side the track in
announced a strict Hut ford .\ letter! is to be sent t'IneMdn'IetldlineToRegister
enforcment program of the to the I Department of !

license vehicles tags inspection and motor Transportation the eligibility of Haiford checking to ob-on To Vote In Fel.8 Hrooker Electionyear MO 4@ FROM Black &. Decker ,,

certificates of vehicles by tain free street markings, BHOOKKH Residents here are Chairman A.B. .
area troopers. The treasurer's report have until \Vednesday. Dec Adams, CL. Adkinson and a v.JUQE-p.w.s-
Records Indicate Love given by Mrs. Alvarez, was 22. to register for the up- newly appointed councilman YOUR CHOICE =
says many Florida motorists approved. Kaifurd has a coming city elections to beheld William S. "Steve" Nipper. (iNz
have largely ignored tag and balance in two accounts of Tuesday. Feb, 8. Nipper was appointed to fill : 7190
inspection laws and the Patrol $lo.Jlill.Ionthlv( : income for City Clerk Linda Kobmson the vacancy created by the ,
encourages all drivers to :November was $1.i ;Ji: with reminds residents they must retirement of six year $
comply not to avoid citationsfor funds coming I rom fines and register at the Bradford council veteran Carl 99 V !/
these offenses.All forteitures., S31:!!\i: personal County Courthouse in Starke. Edwards: Nipper took his seaton $222
uniformed officers( of the property tax $III.! : :J! cent on or prior to next Wednesday. council December 13. J
Patrol have been notified of cigarette tax. JHH. and state lor I ho upcoming. balloting. \Mayor Roy Carroll's term
this intensive program and revenue sharing. saw! : also expires this election year, VALUE 3/8" VAR. SPD. REV. DRILL a
spot checks will be made Items set tor the January Voters will decide a total of as does the trim of EA. 21.99
Ronson.Mrs. HP
1/3 Reversing( switch for backing
throughout this area, agenda include getting priceson ; MX city races in the Keb 8 City Clerk Linda .
according to Love. a typewriter anti adding election In addition to three : Robinson states she does out SCIBWS Trigger can be locked at
Captain Love reminds machine lor the town cleik( city council seats up for grabs, not intend to seek re election. I MOD4 CORDLESS 11 coru'ci, speed fo, i-ach ,ioh. Double

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be carried: at all time whilea the town's property and a majority balloting will be the post of Brooker 9320 SPOT VAC HEAD . $9.49
vehicle is operated on the discussion of pas fur council Council members with marshal, a currently unoccupied 9000 1/4" DRILL HEAD. $11.99 B n
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I Lake Butler Sets $1,500 Board To Step Up Enforcement ,

Study Of Water StorageApproval J' s ;: f. Of Union Building Permit LawsSomewhat

said he did not know", if the
was granted by would to
prison system agree mollified after a out tomorrow that would be fastest," said Maines.
the Lake Butler City Councilin the additional increase ; is only as good as those
regular session Dec. 8 for a pay flames had been handling _' two hour grievance session fine with us. But you'd still enforcing it." "Another resource you have is
$ .500) study of the presentwater with the prison t with county commissioners, have the Southern Standard Mains provided the board to go before a judge and get an
storage! tank situation for negotiations the proposed increase to :36 the Union County Board of Building Code, and someone with a detailed explanation of injunction, which will stop the
I Dale Mills of Sverdrup and cents.In Construction Industry and would have to enforce it. If we how to deal with violators, ongoing building until a"determination -
Parcel and Associates of other business the council e '{ Licensing said Monday night weren't here, the stite. 'would who can be fined $500 or be can be made.
Gainesville was given the task accepted three streets for : it's going to step up efforts to come in and building permits given 60 days in jail or both.
of determining if two water maintenance offered: ITS. r.J :1 enforce the county's building would cost twice what they do As soon as the board deter. County commission Gerald
storage tanks are necessary in Thomas in the J W Tow..send '.-J.l: : .,. I"r permit laws. now. I don't" think any of us mines that an individual or Griffis, saying "This is something
Lake Butler and what wouldbe subdivision, approved repair Four of the six board want that. builder is not in compliance, we all had thrown onus
the possibilities of of a mowing machine, placement 5 FSP Employees GraduateThese members had submitted their The Southern Standard Maines said, the board need ." said the commission
borrowing money to build a of a street light and resignations last week, citing Building Code is a state law. only contact him. \Maines is an appreciates the job the boardis

tank if the study shows a need authorized use of $3.446 in five Florida Slate Prison employees insufficient support from the Counties have the option of assistant state's attorney in doing, and promised more
for two storage tanks. federal "anti recession" completed the Correctional! recently county commission and administering the law them- Union County. help from the commission )in
!Mills earlier had reported to money to repair the dock. at Training Institute program,: Is Training taught In Institute conjunction at Itaiford.with Lake The citizens. The county selves, or having the state do Next step, Maines said, is the future. CommissionerArchie
the council that the older tank the Lakeside Park. The dock commission refused to acceptthe it. for the board to sign an demons also pledged
City Community College, and
participants earn nine hours of
built in I'JJB! is near collapseand need of repair is dangerous credit for the resignations."The At Monday's meeting, board "Intent to Prosecute" support saying "I thinkyou've
in college course. The employees left to
it will take $::;.1xx< ) to repairit according to reports K. are. right.1'anice reason I resigned is members told commissionersthey statement, and if the evidenceis done a good job."
1 Dennis
Starling K.: Be Men. Joseph( Edwards, Hariri
that I sit here week after cannot enforce the
temporarily It was up per- sufficient, an informationwill
the council.
presented( to Signs : Jr. and .
Mjikey. Jerry Jowers.Tobacco
week ... without getting paid mit laws, that people routinely
suggested lo the council that closing l the dock had been be filed with the county
the city abandon the old lank vandalized, according to for it --- and try to do a good ignore violoation notifications court judge, after which the seated commissioners

and build a new one that would Councilman Bill \\hill' Growers" "Uh'St"t Dec 16 job, try to help people and and that t they need violator will either be arrestedor Newly Blair Harrison Sam
cost around $125.000:; ) The council also approved a work with them and yet I guidelines on what to do with served notice to appear in Johns and Sidney Todd said

Faced with a shortage ofrevl.'nue subdivision plat presented by Area flue-cured tobacco continue in effect for the nextthrl'e always wind up getting fussed" violators. court. too. supported the board
that had been attol'neWil\.nt' Carroll growers are urged to vote in a flue-cured crops at...You can have this job, In response to a statement "This is the criminal and they promised to work with it
planned in the budget the represented; landowner Pave referendum Dec IS to determine 11'arrenCarverASCS Director said C.L. Clyde. that perhaps stricter method; it's the easiest and
council voted to ask for an Hunter who intends to ask the whether marketing said. "We don't like these ordinances are needed i county

increase in water rates from city to designate roads. in the quotas and price supports w ill "Polling places in Bradford (building permit) laws any' attorney 11.11Iaines\ said"You've
the (Reception and :Medical ;Newsome subdivision county will be open from 7 \better than any of you do, got all the ordinanceyou
Center The city rmd asked for a m. to 7 p.m.." Carver said. added board chairman E.F. need right now." WIN A

.in increase from 18 cents per Top Sf'hOOllI."rom I tosses r r Thl'Yill be located at Mittenzwei. "The only thing here is that
thousand gallons of water to :ilfi Agricultural Bldg. Hwy 301 "You could vote this board someone has to pol ice it. A law I

cents they would The prison p.iv that system increase said ( Page) II) countySubtracting :.V. Starke. [McDon l's FREE I

July 1977. earned an average salary of the $153.134 in SUZUKI
beginning in S8.82D! :! for both the years 1974- raises already approved from Carver said that if two-
their 1978 77 budgethad
75 and 1975-76. while the the $958,975 available for thirds or more of those SUZUKI
been completedLake
Butler Council! average statewide was $8.933 allocation. King said the growers casting ballots vote cJr
thai and: $9.087 for the two years.. board had a balance of ")'l's." acreage-poundage "Within Your
v minted on receiving also noted that real and
and had King $805.84128 available for marketing quotas price
rate increase that amount in their buying, power i salaries ad salary increases for teachers, support w ill continue in effect > lJ Means Now
budget Toco\er the shortage, lusted according to the rise in equipment and suppliesIf If more than one-third vote r r
the cost of livings' among l the $200.000 salary "no." there will be no ''
council members voted to ask
lor >4 4 cents per thousand teachers has declined since increase package offered bv marketing quotas and no price Peace Of Mind
gallons: of svaler beginning in "l'i72.:! and that teachers in the the board were implemented, support for the 1977 crops.
.lul> That would make up thehorUigi1 county "are entitled to.. substantial said I the report, the board Persons with questions on "
not coming from the increases in salary""it would be let! with a $605.841 voter eligibility or needing, Always.
this is axiomatic, though balance for equipment and other information should
prison City attorney soar Hal Y flames: I the report) continued, "that the supplies King's proposal a contact the county ASCS Como By tfePtiuf/t t fftfltttr For A
increase granted i must be $.100.000) p.lckagelJuld leavea office 4ftcltPJu FtUtPJflLt -Hcwte/
7'lfree l.uelflll'ffI compatible with the ability to balance of $:;115.841.KIn's FREESUZUKI
pav of the board and must be figures were in sharp The national marketingquota ;!
i Km in Page!; I ) reasonably related to the contrast to those used by the for the 1977 crop will be Located South of Starke on 301
budget for this school )'ear" board, w hich maintained in its determined in :November': and
Listing'' money available to notices of farm quotas will be TS-75
that only the
tional one->ear prison sentence presentation Serving Bradford and Surrounding
the school board, the report be mailed to individual growers
for escape Incidentally, $479.371\ can represented as
the carries said the board showed a fund revenue on Dec 10Legislation Counties. Complete Modern Facility
escape charge a new FROM SUZUKI
maximum sentence of 15sears. balance of $439.23328 in its "The funds for any provides for afluecured Serving All Faiths. OF STARKE
General Fund of
Operating as
increases in a salary scht'dulapprOl'd
June 3o. 1976 I In addition, it tobacco referendum
Amos John Sloan an said, the board has a $479,371 by the must within :30 days after the Sponsored by McDonald & Suzuki of Star lit
inmate at the Florida StateI'nvin. be derived from either quota determinations in the "Our Goal Is To Be WorthyOf
increase in revenue\ for 1976-
lo an additional 10sear recurring revenues or from last of each
Combined with Federal year three-year
sentence lor 77 the cancellation or reductionof Your Confidence"
prison period for which Malore eI, To
holding Impact Funds of $20.371, this and-or marketing 8t 6inn Away
a I hostageIn existing programs
quotas are in effect. In a
addition to :MissCampbell's totals $9ri8.975:; available for non-instructional staff orsupplll's. DECEMBER
referendum held in 1973 98percent % 23, SP.M
( case, jurors for allocation ." said the board's of the 9645757Doyle
100,466 flue
the 't'hrual'Irwls here will King did not include in his position. cured tobacco At McDontlJi
act on I the f following cases, to figures Slfil.417 in prior year Board figures quoted in the favored growers voting M. Archer Archie M. Tanner
marketing quotas for
Mliich dt'l\'nrlants hapll'd adjiMment I units of., which he report said that with the 1974. 1975 and 1976 crops: L.F.D. LF.D. err 'a. .. .., h.6..n b .
nut !limits during earlier savs is an item contention administrative and non
arraignments: Ijetween the two I sides. Prior instructional raises and other

HerUrtVhitten.. 23.: of year adjustment is money the costs subtracted tram t the
K.ulord. chal'gl'dIth counts has to pay back to the $479,371\ in new money only5:2u,98:3
l>imgmg marijuana into the state because of an overestimation :!:!() : remained"tor
Klundu State )I'rison. where of county pupils in teachers' salaries

he is employed as a guard previous sears The board also presented
Sandra; Cowart., Starke. (Hit of the $'iH.97r: \ : available King with several exhibits, Christmas
charged( with passing a worthless for' allocation the report which it said answered( Sale
) check' in) I the amount of continues the board has questions as to the )fairness .if
...saw: alreaih( } approved 'and made the raises being offered
Paul William llemlrs. !.MI.nl ). retroactive to July 1 I'> $15:1.1.14: teachers' in relation lo those
Uulilo. l'Il.II'jll'dIth the (in raises t for school) already given ic'

Uigust Jti! ) robber> at 1 Con administrators, and non- administration and <"ninstructional .,
tamer 'orp instructional personnel aswell I personnel _

Hudolph \'illt'nlll11.1" '. as some salary ( .. tpat-he
Comparing -
,0111\' It'l'd! .Jacksonville cop increments for \teachers salary 1 with t I that ol an WASHER SALE 'feJ DRYER SALE all we can<3K:! afford is mulily.-

killer" and ,Ill KM'! inmate, The county's sixteen assistant, principal the exhibit
ihargecl,( with aggravatedUiitw / ; administrators received) a 17 \9 said a teacher works 1\1:1 i\: days G.E. G.E. Whirlpool

> and possession ol a percent raise, an average, of (Is'r! Scar 7 hours a I day, while \ Big 17'Frost .
weapon hv a state prison $2. :3o; apiece which amountsto an assistant pran"lpltIork "

,,1111.lie, $4.n.liU4nnInstrucllonal( ; Jin dI'S per )('ilr. 8 hours .1 I \\ V :- HEAVY ':: !.
lolwhll.loIII ers. 21. ol empiovees. ,such as clerical Lit HEAVY Free : I ,

"'I.rkt, ,. charged w ith resisting/ cu-tixlial., maintenance and dayAs, a teacher the exhibit DUTY .

.in} officer who attempted toIl'I't'(1 secretarial received 199 I personnel, said the I. says, an assistant! principalsi ) I y, Duty ,. Ref. rl=__ ... '. '' eI
him for disorderly in- raise ith Ifi years'experience s OL _
'iiMCUlMIM report amounting to SIiH.nini would make $'I) 84 per hour 1 Now onlv : ..... .
Lest I Dexter.:!:!. ol Starke.h.irilvct Also pre\ louslv approved under the proposed' salary I If.---=- I

> with possession of the hUilrdt'rt' $44.114 in schedule, or $1 i.ilo 1! per year WWA5500 n e $19300W While ..w. -,
1I'.II'1)U'I1.11)(1' ) )( fI''IStll1all/ salary increments routinely Bill il he were pa id S'l 1 114 for .. j!'
,,dt Iii' guarded I to teachers t fur an, Ins j>n days work 'utMead 01 They Last r': -
addedsear. :. s experience in the Trade : :
the teachers s |I'i'" |hi') Aould ...
make $19.680; ( poi sear when" DE3000Lb.
in (lact he only make- Sin i( JHnii 1 -:\ .ir
I [ (dei the !976; ? alai'
scheduleCarpeting( \ Of\\/\ / 00W r : 8..
,Its l-ii/jh.'th.i\: + \\alkrr N O'c'J 229 Trade ,

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iiuftmi>! tit New Il"p"H.pllt
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at H I hurl'llI"lId.I p m Ml mleiestedcitiens leiJn. ) held LOW PRICES only/ $ 00

and memberire" (.lU.MKK: I : r HEI\\: l\.t.\ A ON WithPurchase Now 338 i
invited ID attend \Pllsr' llitltlll : )HevJasper (

( III IUII :M.USMl. \ W ilhams! :Monday at KE% 'TEAL W Trade
7. lo Christmas rehearsal MICROWAVEOVEN

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( III !Itt II : Kev I.ems Young 7 \in \\ c'dnl'sd.I1IlIhl ;, r a( Off W Any FREE Pot; Holders

Uedm-sday, 7 pot choir "re- Christmas, rehearsal. "Friday
iwarsiil Sunday chool loa night) ,It K pIT! Junior Choir Start DURING -Range: FOP Rll The Ladies find
in and morning.: worship at rehearsal Saturday the Adult NEEDLE PUNCHED : 289
Ilan\ Sunday School Class will hold CARPETS a( THIS SALE .
tlllll11 I OF (;on is thear'hristmaspnrty' Sunday Balloons For The Kids

( Mills( I : F.ldcr: I D H School I ..ItI :so. morning)! Needlepunch is a word
\Villiams service at I 11 I with the used to describe
Sunday School. ski I il m. a type of
a in :Missionary service at Junior Church having theirsegment carpet construction. Thisis I IF YOU Notice t
I II I \in "P W W at ."> (in.i) !: of the Christmas a low cost process L 100"% SOLID STATE

I'lKv-das, Bible Band at 7 p m program;! Dinner at 11 t I. at 6 whereby an assembly of : 1 All! GE MONOCHROME {
\A itli :Mother Daises Jones in pm. Tiny Tots will present a carded fiber. webs are NEED :
charge Candle Service F.veryone: is compacted and "' i
'..\\ HKIIIKI.; :\ \M> Klli : invited to attend mechanically held -11 Color&B&W
I-NiiR i: : : BIPTI.r\ i (..flU'S11\( \( I.K: \MHIKI.IFHNIK :- together by the action of r--------= NEW GAS :::
( IIUU' IIF.v: : Kev I. K : Ol'THKUII: : felting needles which tk :::=::' '

(Deus i Christmas practice: Elder: !Singleton Sunday mechanically ,interlocksthe TV's ..

"each evening this week atI School III .I m. Morning)! fibers. *E5U| OR ELECTRIC
I .k). Sunday school at 9 45: Worship 11\ am.I KveningWorhipat7 : Needlepunched construction J f i NowOnSale
KKKNK/F.U: : : : : Thursday !ii :Monday, night) is used primarily ,I
Prayer meeting 7 in. SuruLivchool Prayer Band meeting) 7 .10 for indoor-outdoor RANGE I At

9 4."i :Morning)! Worship Thursday night. prayer carpet and artificial I Big Savings LCHECKOUR---
I at I II I a''III Communion at the :Meeting ,117 30. Friday night grass surfaces. A coating --
4 iu: service The public is Bible Study Sunday at 5 :toII of weather resistant latex II :
1 invited to attend Y PI' or other similar material '
TilE: Filter HOUN (. HE.'rEHI.I.'i: : : : is applied to the back of f L_ _--- Buy This Big 19' ;
Ulllltll( OF I 1111.: 1.1\10 tllU'M.: : Rev H G lleastie needlepunched carpets. CHRISTMAS # T -
(toil: Klder: SV ('(hens (Christmas rl'hl'arsalIond.: .!)' Needlepunched carpets B4WTV
Prayer Meeting/ Tuesday' at 4 10 Tuesd.1at 7:3O: are real competitors in llZ-i- '
night at 7 4.:>pm. Friday 7 43 Prayer :Meeting! )! and Class the market place due to PRICES Now J XA4217BN Model
Tarry Ser ice. Sunday school :Meeting., ) Christmas rehearsal the savings in the cost of
ID .In.( Home :Mission at I II I .10! each afternoon at 4:30.:: manufacture.We .
.im.Iipm 1'I''Iv( and or Christmas Program Sunday have needlepunched Prices Start As Low As $168 0 f $ 00SAWYERSLADE
exchange/ services smith Dec .!<6.:10: Sunday School at carpet and all other rn'J'
(imllt'lt\ 1111' Church lo a m \\orship! at II am types of construction. We
I'I.KV: \M (,1(0Hev(( :: and 5 30 p m. have a large selection' in
WillieStitt 1'oungAdult Choir FUE.'iU'i: : : TRUE: order that you may pick
rehearsal 7 .10. Tuesday rehearsal ("lIlli\ OF (;UJ) IN: and choose to suit the de.
for Christmas at 730. l' ITtlder: Sampson cor of your home.. APPLIANCE
Wednesday prayer :Meeting White Tuesday Prayer
7 ,!0. Thursday Bible Study at Meeting at 7 30; Wednesday Teal TileCarpet
7. !n "Sunday School at 10 Tarrying Service. Friday W. Madison
a I m !.n\t'fl'dSI service at tp t Hible Study. Sunday School at St. CENTER Starke
in. i iti :Morning Worship at 11 :

mMr :VIOHIUI I Prit' :' fo;' 1'00norshlp) at 7 964-7423 Starke Fla. 1 .
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I ;.J> .UNTOWMHU JS\ fo N.1k: ; Second place float In Saturday's Christmas parade was-this '

wise men scene, sponsored by St. Edwards Catholic Church In

Starke. (

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First place award,!in the 1976 Christmas! parade went to McDonalds, with Its nativity scene
entitled"Unto You A Child Is Born."The award also netted a|63 prize. Hundreds Turn Out For SantaChristmas

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season shifted later announced cash award Colorful floats and Volunteer Fire Department as marching units, or riding
l' into high gear here last Satur winners. marching units paraded local Elks, Hampton's Churchof troop floats. I,
day with the arrival of Santa First place in the float competition though downtown streets for God and members of the
Clans much to the delight of ,and a$65 cash award nearly an hour last Saturdayin local Little Women's Club cos Popularentry,with children :
hundred of local I youngstersand went to McDonald's for a what a chamber spokesman tumed as Christmas lining the parade route was I:
downtown shoppers nativity scene and choir, termed "our biggest. and best packages. the particpation by members
lining the sidewalks along the entitled "Unto You a Child is parade to date. More than 200 girls scouts, of the Bradford Hoping Club. :
route of the annual Starke- Born." The McDonald float In addition to numerous representing 14 of this area's Nearly 50 club members of the :
Bradford County Chamber of was also the largest entry local entries and local entries 15 girl scout troops, par- Roping Club rode horseback i'
Commerce Christmas parade. covering the entire flat-bed of parade participants included ticipated in the parade either in the parade.
t The parade held Saturday a tractor-trailer rig. The Royalettes a baton-
b y a 1p morning featured more than Second place in the float twirling club from Hawthorne -
25 floats decorated vehicles competition and a $45 cash and the Keystone <
marching units and other award went to St. Edwards Kops parade unit members of
entries. Turnout for the Catholic Church for a nativityscene the Keystone Heights
parade was the largest in complete with a life-size Shriners. 5 "
years. camel model. Bradford High School's :
Santa made his official pre- Vo-Tcch Horticulture class Marching Tornadoes provided
v Christmas eve visit to Slarke members won third place anda music while marching along ;
1g-, 1 This balloon vender was one during the parade trading his $25 cash award for their the parade route. o e
,iCi ,'' ;' of many traditional parade sleigh and resting his reindeer entry featuring a larger than
.. '''' .?':.'' .1', sights at Saturday's annual for a ride with life-size waving snowman. Local entries included the '
i I ..low.....-.1..' ...... Christmas parade. Strawberry Queen Margaret Christmas theme and horticulture Lawtey Little League Suzukiof
:\ .. Norman in a National Guard class terms com- Starke the Lawtey 4-H ,w11 ,
4 jeep driven by Mayor Charles bined in the"Hoe Hoe, Hoe" Club the Pine Level Baptist
Schaefer. message l displayed on the side Church the Madison Baptist
.. Chamber of Commerce of the float Church the 4-H Horse club I
ii .e t m mr. in : members along the parade The Church of God took Griffis and Sons the CUBB
Third place In Saturday's Christmas parade went to the Vo- route judged each of the floats fourth place in the float com Economic Agency, the
Tech Horticultural Class for Its seasonal play on words. "IIGP.h. entered on theme, originality petition and won a $13 cash Lawtey Volunteer Fire Department -
..... hop." artistry and appearance and award for a nativity scene. the Ladies'
Auxiliary the National t
Guard the Bradford County

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0 Qoc(! aa Fri Sat Sun
The star of Saturday's Christmas parade was of course
,/ Santa Claus. Or was it Strawberry Queen :Margaret Norman
family centers Shopping Center .Actually it's hard to tell who's stealing the !scene from who
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As A Result Of Your Continued z 1PJ :

Randy Reddish and Jimmy Clemmons,two participant in Ihl'Slark..Uradford
'ounty Chamber of Commerce's! annual

, Patronage Through The Years eaoaaorr- Aif h hlo Y Christmas parade, held Dec II. I J

j CANNONBALLPLUS Bradford W om nn' Club Joins!' Project

jI We Extend To You Our Customers An '' } ( ','IIN" sit IAtp To Save Lake Wales Area For l'ublk'i i

I Bradford is one of seven project and insure that the
Yvette Mimieux) In nearby counties participatingin natural beauty of the area was
a District Five Garden Club retained even though it wouldbe I
Invitation To ShopFri "Jackson County project to acquire and set open to limited public use.
aside in perpetuity significant Individuals or organizations
Jail" threatened natural land. contributing$10 or more to the
The prime area which the Tiger Creek project will receive -
RATED R state federation has chosen is a special donor certificate -
Dec. 17th Tiger Creek near the famed a one-year member I
Night Bok Tower at Lake Wales. ship in the Nature Con.
Sun Mon Still in almost its original servancy, and a subscription
state Tiger Creek is a crystal covering four issues of its U
From 6:00 P.M. Till 10OO P.M. Rt After the clear stream twisting through magazines.All .
strands of bay tupelo, oak contributions are tax-de
Then the maple and pine. ductible and may be sent to
FUN divorce\ Tiger Creek's preservationwas Mrs.John G.Wood. Lake Otis.
begins! a dream of late Edward Winter Haven, Fla 33H80.:
J Bok that was destined to Checks should be made out to
w*+ strangle in a web of local the Nature Conservancy and
% politics although in 1923 Bok marked for Nation Council or

1O Off Reg. Price Lfl.Gail i scape commissioned Olmstead architect to noted oversee FrederickLaw land-the State Land project.Garden Trust Clubs-American Tiger Creek j

On Any Off The 17OOO I PLUS___ J| Training 2 Brooker For Firemen EMTStatus Taking : I

is \HAOIt'U' M RS BROOKER Two local firemen will entitle the Brooker fire-
>NIsiNtrBARRINQION .Chief George Pierce and men to a temporary licensefor
Ken Twiss. are currently the operation of rescue L
enrolled in emergency medi- vehicles.
cal technicians classes being Chief Pierce reports a I
conducted In Providence Fla. portion .of the training
Items In Our Store Maintaining an 82 averageon requires students to work as '
...llM sclt-nhlds''id: (? perodic class examinations assistants in the emergencyroom
.. ... at a Gainesville
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Dolores Meng
Phone 46M-I913 JNCLUDES

Senior CitizensSet E"GiISHLEATHER! ; ,.i\ r- 'St rl ,i ACCESSORi KIT ANDDETAILED
Christmas Party OLD L\\ I >
\\ vv E1tRt(Sr' r '5/ION INSTRUCT5 -
da /
The Hampton Senior rY P'/ ,MANUAL
Citizens Club has their Christmas { s
party scheduled for SPICE
Friday, Dec. 17, in the City "HISTER"POCKET
Hall. r:
Festivities will begin with a ''
covered dish dinner at 6 p m. TRAVEL ) 1 s t" /L -

Guests are invited to bring .
m-wievi i.-
only a dessert as the other COLOGNE

Club food is Ladles being are provided requested by the to / t A&L I GIFT Cologne A-L CHRISTMASTAPES te' BROTHER ZIG-ZAG

bring along a ladies gift and fingertip.
men will also in aK Ftnlvup Sony you on \
the participate 4 Lta SET 4 ceny with you. Looks SEWING MACHINE
exchange by bringing aman's )(a $' ,like e tountwn pen .
gift valued at approxi /' woiki like' en. / ANDRECORDS 7 BLIND STITCH FANCY WITMCAIIT1BC

Christian Church fleA

Sets Christmas Party .
2 / OZ % 25 YEAR
Members of the Hampton LIMIT
are having ONE 88
their Christmas party on Sat., AND 21A OZ / % '' MMMlKWf
Dec. 18, at the City Hall.
Guests are to bring in a COLOGNELIMIT taui g g t4 .iOe.tf,.,
covered dish for the dinner ONE L9 nerrro
which will begin at S p.m.
Gifts valued at not more than p $".'5
$2 are to be exchanged at the RECORDS
party. Those attending should V M.tlt
also bring along their own

h table service. :II'J'

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Riddick Home ;[r ::; r; :;i:::i; :::: !;f::im: ; :;::;:f:; : ::;;::;;;"::;; !::;:::;:;;:}:;:;: :;;;:; ;;{:;;;::: ;;;; ;:";:;;:::;::;:;;;::;:;;: :;;;;;:;;;:;:; ;; ;:: ;:;;;:;;
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Decorated Beautifully / ;= = : ; : : : : :: =

This community is fortunateto I :'::',4- .,:;.:: ''& :., "" -::..... ..1 :... ($I\h.< .:i( '": -y< .If;)' .,.. ', : ".. ..,*.'i .'.,,fj
be able to enjoy a lovely .

beautiful Nativity Christmas scene and decorations other .jij...j\.....,... I .......)...j....i. '. REG. $34.99 KODAK 608 100% VIRGIN ACRYLIC t PRINT'
the home :;:;:;:;:;: .
at of Mr. and :" :::::;:::;::::: > TELE-INSTAMATIC
Mrs. Joe Riddick on South 301 ::::;:;:;;;::.: Mtia11 .:;:;:::::;:::;:;: ;:- _
about .i-mtle North of SR18.It :KB)::', ..::f::;;;;;; \ .::r= CAMERA 1'BLANKETASSORTED
will be worth your time to ..: .
: "it} .. :; ;:
slowly drive by this home, tttt: ... OUTFIT .
especially at night to see this :.:..::.:::.J.;:::\:..:: I ::.::.;..:;..:;.:..;:.;.:.;.:.;.:.,: V' --.::.:.:: .a f'M.,,. SOFT FASHION
spiritual Christmas theme ;;;;;;:;;;:::: h. ::::;:;;;;;;;;:: ==' yu INCLUDES FILM FLIP CAMERA FLASH & COLORS-WITH
along'u i ith the big star ::::::: S .
shining :::::: 'iJ. ::::::::::: .... INSTRUCTION !BOOK NYLON
brightly, the choir boys and ::;;:;;;'r "? r' '::;::::;:;: '"II i ..-.- r" r. BINDING
Santa with reindeers! :;;:;;:: 1/ 20 INCH MODEL 2066 ''t ':;;::; ;
;::::::. WITH CARRERA SILVER 'i'k::::::: 'kw: 99 88

HI-L1TKS ;:;.:{. SCULPTURED MOTORCYCLE TANK TYPE I &! HUFFY-SILVER THUNDERBOY'S t J:. :;:;::::' .L '. !S..: r .. 29 }' Ila.. 6
7 "
Friends of Ed Westlund are if' !
happy to know he is now re '

about cuperating I lion six weeks'at home hospitaliza-following ::1. A :::g BICYCLE t'g'; 1.; DRY-MOUNT BABY AFGHAN

Scott Bruno flew in to the ii m -._- RE*. $S9.SS J PHOTO ALBUMS
Gainesville airport from COMPLETE KIT
Miami last week and is now :; ";f F i.\: .:;:;: COLORFUL LINEN ,
enrolled the 9th grade of ::. ::: ... 0 .
in il A ::: Q' ,,41 10 Z 3- Ply10O
Hampton Christian Academy ;.: { 8 8 ...;.;.;..;;.;.;.;. ;. .,/ PAGCOVERGTEN67 % DUPONT ORLON

David Brodsky recentlycame ::.' ,.. '. ) 7 r. ..:.;.;...:.t....:. ;rd.;',J.'..' :!";. .. \ r, s '. ..j.'I. ACRYLIC YARN
from the state of ..;.,. .. ":':':':':.':':' -i"::.. 1 ,I" .w.ow' 17: ;'"-..'._.
Washington to make his home : .. ;r; -., ":'::::::"::::'.:':::::::':::::::: .:. :..)Ii' I'. :: I .. \ 7 ....{ I...'to .;:J. "'. II'. .

with his father. Jerry < .. .:> 16 l: 1'J.i: ., 344
Brodsky. on South 301 near I 4 qfi ; : B $4.4.
Waldo! ; : r. \, <" (1'4';:;;:;:::::,[: ; :.:.;.:.:.:.;.:.;.. ./. -.f
Mr and !Mrs. Fred Miller

enjoyed the three week visit of :. .- ..., .....::::..t,:.:.. ..{.. '" .,1't ,.,
their and ,I :::' ':: : : :::::: 2 INSTANT FAN l
Mr and son Mrs daughter-in-law George :Miller.of '. ( .... :::;;}r:{::;: ::@IH; :: :: .; FORCED PILOT' LIGHTPOWERFUL HEATS GALAXY' MEN'SSWEATERS
Farmland Indiana.Mr /" ::::: =: ': : :: : ( Jr
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.. I" .4""'. ..... :)1-...' .- ftr. ..... }.. FAN TWO INSTANT"
\ :.t \ ::: :: :':' :::::: : .
and Mrs. Gerald Brown '" :,:: : ., ":':'::":" ,
; DatYi1 ::;: :: -I::::: : : ::;::: : : :. -' "
entertained with a family I '. '"i) .

Sunday.Christmas Dec social 12 dinner Among on s'"""""".' I DATRIL Noe>-Aspirr :f.; : [ ; ..>..... v' .. A I LONG SLEEVE PULL-OVERS
.f l } it HEATER '
guests( attending were. Hazel 99 :.t.. '{' II; II .. 4\ "" : AND CARDIGANS-ASSORTED
and Lowell Sparkman. Elaine ) 100CT :: "' : f 'Ji., >',' COLORS AND
Thurman. Linda and Michael LIMIT ONE :m ,I. 1\ ') r SIZES
Dennl' '. Bruce and :
) Mary .
Beverly. Joey White, Diana I :{ .0'. 11'1' 198 8 1."tt" a" TJERGEN'SSM '. h., lie. 78 8
I Dunnam. Maxine and Elmer YOUR HAIR :;:; I \0 '
Osburn and baby daughter TERRIFIC e 1 S'."
Dana. Walter and Hilda 7 9 d .> \:: MREGL24 992 i2 .

Mvers Patty and children.all from Douglasand Jack q 6 OZ. SHAMPOO NORMAL/DRV LIMIT TWO OR OILY :m;:. ;I f I

sonville. David and Mary ::; For a massage SPRAYS AI
Brown. Sharon Wilson and i: ,in: *hou RANGE
baby daughter. Dianne Davis CONTAC > PULSATINGTO
and children. Brian and //I: .. ..
h 10 CTLIMIT 93 ::: s REGSTREAM ..
Fran and Dolores Q'b .w.
Cindy. CAPSULES \\1\1 JACKET _
and I\ll'ng) Eugene and sons. of Tommy.Hampton.After Chris. .J, COLD ONE :j1i[ : ( t 1

dinner the active boys : v L4ghaq l DURABLE IN

and lithe men games enjoyed while football the rest and of ( VITALIS SUPER' HOLDNONAEROSOL LIMITOZ2 a3' j TOUCH CONTROL ;, ASSTD COLORS & SIZES I

the group socialized l : :

8 EG.
Hampton Lake News 9 5
k 4..
I' $7."
Congratulations to :Mr' and ln t MENNEN 6 OZ. LOTION LIMIT 1 c +. ;', A WHOLE NEW SHOWERING lEG tf r
Mrs George Simpson who 1. 99 :.: .is SENSATION MODEL 2O9IO 12.99
celebrated their 28th wedding \' -, & SKIN BRACER {-
anniversary Dec 19! They : 7
have been extra busy with :i: v TRIPLE TOPPITCHER QUEEN LAP AND
their work of
operating I SIZE
:Nancy's Flower Shop in I EXTRA BODY ;,
Starke which looks especially J LIMIT, TWOOS 29 ; ... : lED TRAY
) CONDITIONERIt / Adjustable rove ts ym p> \
lovely this time of lq .
year / iiaofkppIrsr r lobe.kohl / -
George also operates the jjJ ; FOLD IN
";'- t 109
Western Union service at their 1. '
/p; ; :': REG JLAR. LEGS

shop.Mr and Mrs James !Nes -_.. TAMPAX REGULAR if; i $1 59 7 J .
smith served as delegates to OR SUPER. .... 1.49
the Uoldkist Convention heldat ,({ ONE 129 ':::
the Hilton Hotel in Atlanta TAMPONS 40FsuMlr ; l
:;; : NOMEmm101MN
Dec 13-17: They joined :Mr'
I .
and Mrs. Tillman Swilley m: { V IRONING BOARD

kist from manager.Starke. the:Mr'local and Gold-:Mrs. j .\ *e a MICRIN PLUSMOUTHWASH LIMIT 24 OZ ONE C ill i FORECASTER PADDED & COVERED ;:;;:;?'
Alderman from Hampton anda \sBtedm 8 3 THIS WEATHER :!1
of travelers from WIZARD PREDICTS
group & GARGLE .F Z f88
City l l.a"tey.for Live the Greyhound Oak. and Lake Bus ''c AtN ;: BUI. WEATHER TOMORROW TODAY 'I !

to Atlanta \ ... f .... !'V WIDt
tJ'c :: j-
They enjoyed a lecture by 1\ :::, METAMUCIL 14 OZ.LAXATIVE MADE FROM :;.::;. 189 24 LONG
Dean Husk, the Thursday \/ J J GRAIN' 3 9 ': .. ,
evening banquet when the .;:::. LIMIT ONE 2 :;; SEE THRU PLASTIC AS SUN Oil TV ... ; I
Grand Old Opry entertained \1 '
I and election of officers look :.:.:. : SHOE BOXES SNAP 'N' POPS
place The Christmas decorations I
were beautiful from PAMPERS WITH CUSTOM FIT jij\\ :
their 14th floor headquarters. ; ONE 9 : i -
They also enjoyed a sight --"a $12 ,:
seeing and shopping trip (.. TODDLER 12's :;:;:: L OR SNAP THEM
around Atlanta although the ...,.. ::::: {=_ FOR GREAT 99 DROP I
, "weather was cold and windy ;:;:; SOliD FOR OUTDOOR FUN ON HARD
and seemed like real old Irf COLOR LIDS SURFACE

fashioned Christmas time wal RIGHT GUARDDEODORANT 8Ro flCAN c ?\ :A' 1y. L ', ti'0 : '\' '),
out.a. Limit Two 5 3 aY/t\ .c-:;:':' ,_s Y'rrI< : I_: 'saNc"' ., .c iasgLOADS -
School: NewsHampton ; if
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-*';:. THE THE

School children Elementary will begin/ l / m m -

22 their I Principal Christmas Connie v c uion Clark Dec.on ... (/, J MENTHOLATUM Jsoz $ i ;j .fJTWICE vt ol pmrti with nl 41TWICE pd"air yw Mkiewfiat ad rtlb.lary,
J.j bUd *nd! """"Mi Nn .....
behalf of the faculty and staff, oJ ,I!. ONE 79 :;:;:;: Of ? KooKQiof feu silEwMS Ms
RUBi .
extends warmest Season's DEEP HEAT ::5:::;:;: md! pnmtdTODAY | of one I
Greetings/ to the parents and ;\%:j ; AND EVERYDAY TODAY AND EVERYDAY I

the entire! community

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":Sri s.' ,. There's a gift for everyone Raiford Phone Belle 431.1089 Dobbs NewsMay

< Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hunnicutthad
as guests Saturday
-- :l through Sunday, Dec. 4 and 5,
MODE'! Mr and Mrs. Richard
fro? Hunnicutt of Jacksonville.
'. (': BLUE DOT Friends of Mrs. Clarice
': :41- Woodard will be happy to
I learn that she came home
I I from Bradford County
r Hospital Tuesday
GIVES YOUTWELVE Mrs. Debbie McCulloughand
'' '., ...... Mrs. Treva Lee Newmanswere
.' .......... FLASHES business visitors in
I 1- Macclenny Thursday.
V '' Mrs. Earl Dobbs and Mrs.
; \ 1 puw"I Mary Freeman were
Thursday luncheon: guests of
: ODEWIZAD r; J van Mr and Mrs. Howard
SHARP J Register and family in Lake
VIDEO' City While there they visited

MICROWAVE OVEN % 1 SYLVAN Alzy Mrs. Thomas.Mr Fred Jones. and Mrs.

Built in Looking (juide lists tho procntf timing fu mast often, IV GAME MUSK OIL I t and Mrs. Billy Myrick
cooked 'toods ZOmmutx' timo5OOW output" power 100through and baby and Mrs. Kathy
oven door removableylatt cooking trxP mnAxm MAGIC I U B E 5 Fritzpatrick of Houston.
,, "
styling with front tnrr d 'lu ( onkbook'fueled HANDBALL BLACK N WHITE FRAGRANCE RAGE OF THE DECADE Texas were recent: guests of
::: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taylor.
Mrs. John Crews and little
Ii. SO son of Lake City visited her
"io! SENSUAL ?parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert

!. 8 8 SO POWERFUL 0 0 STOCK FOR THEHOLIDAYS UP 29 Taylor church with Sunday them and attended

SO Mrs. Earl Dobbs and Mrs.
EARTHY! Marty demons were business
visitors in Jacksonville
REG. I ''Oz. WednesdayMr
249.50 J Limit One and Mrs. Earl Dobbs
attended a family dinner
Sunday at the home of Mrs.
Edna Cason and Mr. and Mrs

________________________________ ______ Ira Starling in Macclennywith
I irr; 1S5PS3WPB. .' over 100 members

<' :::;:;:;::::: :;:::::: ::::::::;: ;::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::=::::::; :::=;:::: :;:;:! ::::;:;::;:::: :;::t::;:::::::;:::; ;:;:;::;:;:;: ::;:::;:::;:;:;: ;:;:::;:;:;::: : xc :::::: \ : \ present.farthest were Those Mr.traveling and Mrs the
: ; : : : : r Y ttj\jj\j\tjj\\jjjjj1jjjtjjjj\jjjjI\ \\ \\ \ \ Phil Palma of New Haven

:. .ti '.'\t ';' !J f'_' R k0i' .Yt $ ;>r ". \ < : I1S Tennessee Conn. Some, and came Georgia,from and
% 6 FOOT 'gF jj\jjI jjj\I\\j \\\j\ everyone enjoyed the

WALDORF FESTIVAL REGINA } Iii..''";;;:';:::::':::;:::1:1:;;::);: fellowship Sunday guests and good of food.:Mr and

FRUIT CAKE ELECTRIKBROOM SCOTCH PINE t\jjjj\j\j\mtjj\j\ \\\ : \ :: Louretta Mrs Bill 'Hunnicuttere Johnston and

: "::;:;:;::::::::::::: children Bobby and Gina anda i
: I
2 LB .CLEANERNOZZLE fF ;'1: \\\\\I\II\lllr\\\\ \ business Gerald visitor Griffis in Macclenny was a

"2 Thursday.Mr .
'j1j; t
t REG 1 : and Mrs. Don:Newmansand ';
fr / 1 49 r'i ''- USE YEAR AFTER YEAR EASY TO PUT 'l.f4 ':::::::: children: Gordon and
::" MODEL 8518 + r UP AND EASY TO TAKE DOWN & STORE toJ tm Donna were shopping in Jack.
'. REG $29 99 sonville
'' .::::::: Friday
5 IB. < '-9 Mrs.\. Debbie McCulloughand
FRUIT CAKE Rtl. . 2 SPEED MODEL < AMAZINGLY ':ti Mrs.\. Earl Dobbs were
Z"J.. ElECTRIKBROOM .89 29" m-< 9 9
business visitors in
..... '", > LIFE-LIKE! r.t?
.)... ... .:: ..:.:..::.:.:.' afternoon. Tuesday
/.. i I. : + REG ;:::::::
DeMets assorted + I Earl Dobbs visited Mr and
ENGLISH ::0. -'-' v 6 FOOT 2 PIECEFIBERGLASS :: $1 2 99 ::::::::: :Mrs.: Bill Browning Thursday
ROD '1. Mrs\ Mary Freeman had as
... WITH NO 630 ;:::: ::::::::::::: Saturday guests Mrs. Willene
TOFFEE [ REEL APPROX ::::::: ::::::::::::: Greene, Mrs.\. Betty Scheiderand
200 YDS OF ::::::::; ::=:;;:;::::;;: three children: of
TINS MONO LINE I. tm t. < | SKIRTfjtmt Jacksonville and Mrs. Don
!::;:;;;:: Vp ; ... ::\ Newman:'; and children of
;::::::::;:::;:::;::;:;: : ,r 32 INCH x 32 INCH .:::::::::::::::::::::::: Starke.
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REG Sl SOUTHBEND 630 : : :rlIFt. v : 1' 49 REG 3 8 c 7 ..:::://j\nrNmmJ\ : The Among Colonel those in Starke dining Friday with
: .
8 8/1 I Mr\ and Mrs\
549 SPINNING 8 ::::: :::: : "::::;:;EJ.I:'::::::::::: night were
48 6 me: ; :;:;;; ;i\f.f \\\\\ ::::t\\ Gerald Gnffis. and children
< ROD & REEL REG :ir:> : ::::: 40liliii! :; :::; Bryan and Melissa\ and Mrs
8 88SOLID 4'. ; .'.". .""t< ; ,;, Ruby. Rosier and daughterMrs.

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.. REG ';:! Christmas program Sunday
PALMER-SOLID night Dec 19 at 7
1 m
99 20 LIGHT p
I ; '.I'; :: SPAREBULBSINCLUDEO ;;. Everyone is welcome


( BALLS 4:', 1 I'It ., ,( :1 ti .JBOX OF 1000 ? I
/ THREE TRAYS .-.J Ft Campbell Ky Dec: 7
Robert E Heaves son of Mrs\
I' :
..,- WRAPPED I i .;: .:::: Georgia K. Stancil. Route I I.
stands ready to
<)9 I I... ; : ', e' REG Starke
69"f me tree world on a moment'snotice
\ ,. 8' 49 3
", 5'i': TREE STAND ? as a member of the
-- 01. BAG SOLID R[> i. I 1)I: Division Ready Force CHOCOLATE BELLS .: CHOOSE FROM at Ft Campbell Ky
Y.. 'If f '4 INCH X Z5 rl SEVERAL COLORS The DRF contingent of the
< Airborn Division
101st is
DIAMOND > ; TINSEL GARLAND . :r. '. ? 99f geared to react immediatelyto
both domestic and foreign
r BATHROOMO" problem area.
il 1 Lb. PAK OF TWENTY-FIVE Men\. of the 101st are placedon
( \ RE(;
f r.ORGANIZER c DRF status on a rotating
;( FANCY READY MADE BOWS .48i.O basis.
WALNUTS { ll: ,; ; .
V ixTR4NEAVYDUIYMOLDEOPLAS1h'. : Sgt. Reaves a 19(15( graduateof
GLEAMING I cHROM6: POLES : !' Bradford High School.
In Shells :-j fr. -: If (+ t !. : ASSORTED DECORATED YOUR CHOICE OF Starke, is a platoon sergeantin
Reg 89' 77C ti.1'r T,* POLES ADJUST t ; OR BOxEA0F8 i RfG' 9 39 54 i the division.
*Limit, 2 Of Each -n!" ) 1. ]| TOFITALMOST Q') : 9.r GLASS ORNAMENTS a x . 1 His wife the,fort Marilyn\. is with
:"" t .. l f ANY HEIGHT 788 ,, .a -r him at
r REG $9 99
MIXED NUTS ; 10 L$ c
*999 9 48wrskgoT
2 I*, I1C r r.l I ( Page :2t I
POPCORNRag 1-t. { I J''I' REG i 139 c The school is brightly decorated -
t HEAVYDUTYCOCOa 00] DOOR FOIL . 99 with attractive bulletin
; : '
..' VAT 24 .:.:: -
.'- '",..,J- : 69 ; r'.. 'INCHES 197 .'...:: ..:: .- __- .- boards art work in every,
; ''' ', / ;: :.;: room showing the students'and
I REC.:19 ; '
.' '--'J' ) t-- : 25-LIGHT teachers' talent!, and the
;: ,
'f'4' 9- : hi $466 sound of Christmas, music is
.. .R.5.
fb1 :. OUTDOOR LIGHT SET . heard throughout the school.
p SHELL REG l 109 'V} .. / Children will be expected
ill,: back in school on Jan. 4. 1977'
1I'1 -IANT & ROACHINSECTICIDE V! .. 14 INCH All parents and interested I
.,.. .... citizens are invited to attend f
HANGING PLANTERS MI:M 88 I :> : SLED WITH SANTA .T 109 the P.T A. meeting scheduledfor
WHITE OR YELlOW : Monday. Dec 20. at 7 :30
15'h OZ AEROSOL '" : (.. a p m. Carole Shields' sixth
7IN SIZE # : ;. ASSORT, graders will be presenting a

4 REG 99 64 tr- SPONGE MOP 'l.l -* TAGS AND SEALS . .REG:9: : 44 Christmas meeting. play at this
: ,: ( Following a comprehensivestudy

10" SIZE REG '' 69 88 ti A "> >A ACE HI BRAND 8 .j'l :; -!' .1I.1 16 SHEET FLATCHRISTMAS yesterday of American and today Indiansof the

:1 4.- WITH SQUEEZER '18 .'Ij e WRAPREG" 88 1st 2nd and 3rd graders enjoyed
REG ; 49
-. CHARM'LIQUID Q = ( __. .:.::.::..: GIFT ::9x e State a Museum field trip in to Gainesvillefor the Florida

c:1: DETERGENT f DELUXE CORSAGES L 44 r*; : the 14. Indians a special of Florida program on about Dec

QUART PINK R FOR v(r r H0 EARLY SOME Among those celebrating:

1REG OR LEMON 49 2 4ft* CHRISTMAS 7T .Jg ::: ITEMS LIMITED birthdays Michelle Gunter recently: who was were 7 on:

1/\/ \ i.(I EACH FOR WO fg DELUXE REG 99 FOIL / / :;I:::; SUPPLY! 0' on who Dee Dec: was 9:, Kim 10 7 on, and Smith Dec.11.Kirk who They Williams was are 7 i

ll ,. :: all second: graders in Miss
=.J _
:. '='- / / Joyce: Kuykendall's class.
/ i
.. -. gfe S& $ ,,:(m ,: .... ::. PEOPLE TRUST

(7Jl f" GJ, fji AT MONDAY:'; Hamburger on
Bun lettuce, ,
) QnpQQ ; tomato pickle
L.lWW: Z::; : '::: LOW, LOW PRICES! french fries, purple plums,

831 Walnut St. St a rk e. i!\: :::::::::::::::;:::::;::::::;:::::::::::::::::::;:::;:;:::;:::;:::::::;:::;:;:::::::::::::;:::::::::::: t:::.::.... DRUGS cookie TUESDAY, milk. Roast turkey
with gravy, mashed potatoes
green beans,cranberry sauce, i
ambrosia rolls, milk.Decembt'r .

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IN Jeannette SCHOOL BRIEFBy NEWS Prescott r is your IL'

Mrs. Cook's KindergartenClass
and Mrs. Powell's first
grade class had a very guod SUPER _
time taking a field trip to the .
Orange Park Mall Tuesday, GIFT Ii
Dec. 14 They left school at i ,,
8:30: a.m. and returned at 2:15: \
p.m. They ate lunch at
McDonalds in the Mall GRANDMOTHER-
<( coke). They visited the pet
shop as part of the kinder. I *** 7.7CLOCK
garten unit on the study of .
pets. The first graders had 1
tins opportunity to compare : '

their community with another .. I

studies community unit.Please keep.as part in of mind a social the \j!: NORTHERN FEELIN'FINE

Christmas program to be held A GREAT WAY TO WATCH
Thursday, Dec. 16 at 7'30 / THE TIME GO BYI! ELECTRIC /1# BODY
p.m. in the school auditorium. TIMEX --- MOVEMENT SIX
To the playing of records of

celebrated with a special.Fonzie's _ Atirectivestyleslormenandwomen( L E D f ER. NO CHIMES TO BUG With Heat Body Massager
Happy Days at All with matching bracelet or band. 15% YOU. 69 INCHES TALL
time, Wednesday. Dec 8.
Off Regular Price \
that Finger tip Remote Control With
The lunch room servers
hosted the affair were: Mrs. WATCHESFive REG. $34.95 Massage Heat And Heat &
Betty Rouse, Mrs. Cora Lee '
Stalnaker, aided by Ella 5o (unctions, t Massager Settings. Contoured
Foster Easy to read REG '
Such records as "Charlie I LED displayshows MODEl'
Brown" and "Ali Oop" were 8 8; hours min. 2995 977 6130
played. Mrs. Betty Rouse tooka 17 uses seconds' ,
number of pictures of the FF month i & dateReg ,
affair 1995TI5011 88
Mrs. Dot Reid chaperonedthe l lI OH TI502.1REGULAR
students which were 5
I served in three shifts. The PRICE +.

kindergarten and first .
graders were served first. .- ,
After lunch students and ..
attendants danced before the *: r&P. .
o- tf
students returned to their .0. ', .
The second shift, second, !
third and fourth graders after VIP 1250 PROFESSIONIAL
lunch made a ring starting
with Mrs Reid dancing
around the room and circled it DRYER
once before returning to their
class. Features:High speed and Low
speed p
The third shift, fifth and P1 8 for last drying easy styling.2 heat settL
sixth graders danced after 128 listed.ings for Regular maximum 16 99 comfort U L. v
lunch and had their pictures I ,
classes.taken before returning to their

The local grocers contributed _
Fonz Thumb Sucker
Pops which were given to I
each student after lunch. It

was a very joyous and _
momentous occasion for CLAIROL CRAZY CURL

Monday fishwich. tartar O urls m 10 seconds. MAKE-UP MIRROR
sauce cabbage slaw, apple 14 LO Steam on demand No I;
sauce, bun milk, potato chip. COFFEEMAKER stick coating Swivel FOR TABLE OR HANG
Tuesday roast turkey cord Model 200, Reg 17.99 ON WALL.REGULAR &
sweet potato, waldorf salad, rt Select light, medium or / 1211 MAGNIFYING aRMl t
dark coffee. Brews 10
corn, pretzels, strawberrycake 268 cups ,in less than 8 REG 14 99
and milk.Christmas Minutes Model No.
holidays begin 5140 Reg. 31.99 r. /
Wed.Dec. 22. Monday Jan. 3 'IIIIIIIII kSetnOn h
will be a teachers planning NORTHERN W
day Tuesday Jan. 4, school \ i NORELCO
resumes for the students. We HAMILTON BEACH 4-QT. 4 If StYLE'RDRYER -!' '

wish each and everyone a ... COMPLEXION PLUS
happy and safe holiday. CROCK 1 TOO heals|watts 5 attachments 2 speeds 2 gin balteryoperaledWATCHER
1288 .c- ,
season. Ill -- Model No 1836 6 ',. 1 088 deep skin clean.
\; 'ins Wlh 2 brUShes
I Regular 1699 "'..< Model
... No. 9500
PKKM: ): \LS Reg 1299
Mr and Mrs. Irving Hodge "'. ;;:
and children visited with Mr Easy-grip handles to 11" .! 9 ,
Io"ouortableSerVlng : :,
and Mrs. Pete Hodge and 1999 and 'i '
simple clean-up ':.I.' ? lt
children Wednesday night
Model No 415 Reg 24 99
Dec 1 and had supper with

them iI 36 i HAIRESitTTE RDRyfjh CLAIROL
!Mr and :Mrs Paul Prescottand
Johnny picked up Mrs. rK NAIL WORKS -f:
Lizzie Prescott and Ann Wed. f I. 1488MISIOrdrYSelSlorcur.| \ \ '). For all
Dec 1 and all went over to j your hand and fool
88 care
ii 'I F including callouses.
r.rlp 11
Gainesville to see the ID. Reg 1999 ; 1 0 fjjjyrr-
'i HAMILTON BEACH : Rtsg1129sseorpocket.
Freedom Tram before it took
i iI
offRhonda LITTLE MAC B* (
Whitman spent the !:! 'M'- v )CJ
weekend Nov 26. 27 with n r Cookswith ,'' ; "

her Edith: family.Fowler in Starke with 14 I OO at'table.serve no 'M'T: .*. --* :. -. 7'1;"" '

REG 1699 '
Edwards!Mr and of Mrs Salt Springs Ercell *>*$& SHARP t

visited their sister Mrs. Eva :
Harrell Tuesday Dec 7 and PROCTOR SILEX irj 23 CHANNEL 'r. POLAROID

spent Zoltan the Jakab night with came her out of 2SLICETOASTER LED "CB" RADIO I Vg PRONTO CAMERA

Hungary in the 1956\ freedom
revolution He came to the __ 7988 With' e'aerRiMec(' -, LETS YOU SEE THE
United States and came to Automatic pop-up Color se- Squelch control Model PICTURES YOU TAKE
Starke in 1939! and met Mrs 9 88 lector control (for just right No. 800 Reg '109" A Q>88 ON THE SPOT
toast Model 620 Reg t 11 1 99 '
Jakab. They were married in _rr r A rrnr ,/ } REG 59 95
They nave three beautiful
daughters Doreen. Penny and GENERALELECTRICAMCLOCK
visited in Hungary once in 20
years, in 1973) The rest of the BAKER I POCKET CAMERA
family was unable to 1488EaSYtoreadclocklace.Solid| I Built-in electronic(lash y
accompany him. So when BROILER ,I of f No. 7-4725 Reg 17.95 88 Color corrected glass lens
:Mrs Elizabeth Jakab his f n Continuous clean y: y? 29 Uses 110 cartridge dim
mother and his sister. :Mrs IKK Bakes. broils top bro1 t, Model No. 310 Reg 3999
Elizabeth Nagy came from L wns toasts warms
Hungary to visit them ModeIBB3CCReg 3499, LLOYD'S AM/FM
Thursday Dec 2 it was a very 1. a PERSONALPORTABLE '
joyous occasion for every .. ;.
one They will be able to stay RIVAL -t.., l GENERAL ELECTRIC

at hoping least longer six weeks The are CAN OPENER/ Uses batteries or house --at';'.. 7 WALKIE TALKIE

They live in a small village t ... i current Slide-rule tuning a "' *Tranamitson"CB'Chennel;
named Dudar about the size SHARPENER 1688 pushbutton controls Sim, 8B14. Designed(for work or
of Brooker, behind the i } ulated leather case,carry Ii fun 36 telescoping antenna
Communist Lines They have ?_Prec blade non-ser- 1 REG 1999 handle Model N710LLOYD'S No license needed Model
H / rated Zips open cans. ,:.! No. 3-5960 REG. 24 99
been very impressed with the 9 Click 'n clean Chrome mag- ,
friendliness of the people here let Model No 782 Reg 1099 .. .;.
compared to the people m
their country STEREO SYSTEM (
GRANDINETTI I Records directly from radio phono or
nvewith acessory microphones With, two 'I,'. .1.1 BY WATER PIK
R ELECTRIC I \< wide i range speakers Model R936-75 &I.f UmquemeesegmectwndelwersRegular '
J ; 169 99 -1 pulsating bursts that soothe and
] CREPE PAN ..!J stimulate.Adjustable spray Hand
't Held Model SM-3 29 95
,, : Reg
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Elizabeth Elizabeth ISagy Jakab.In and standing: t SHOWER MASSAGE "'-.._ HOT SHAVE ROTARY RAZOR "

Dorren.Miss. \

Robin Williams, bride iij Reg. '19" $1 C88 -' ,\ I Heats with having' ft dispenses cr am Shave Complete Cream aerosol 8 36 9 closeness/comfort self-sharpening blades.settings
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TELEGRAPH December 18.1976

I ''I2'<< tC tC tC-2'C ''I2'C tCt2 LA "O/T W JL *Hi!? Y 12tC tC t2tQ. '<<\ LEGALS WANT

SCHOOL NEWS United Methodist Women by Elizabeth Terry and Mrs. Leonard IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF clerk of the above court a

MONDAY:\ : Chicken with met Tuesday Dec. 7, with Phone 782-3300 and Mr. and Normani THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL written statement of any claim
rice peanut cookie, biscuits Mrs. George Roberts Prevatt on Wednesday and Mr. and Mrs. Sammy Norman and sons. CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BRAD- or demand they may have. Each
butter milk.TUESDAY. presiding, and Mrs. Frances prayed for them. Eunice visited their parents, Mrs. Russel Lines and FORD COUNTY FLORIDA. claim must be In writing and
and Mrs. Harold
: Spiced ham and Hamilton giving the Little League wishes to Mr. '*Eunice, daughter of Sumter, S.C. are CASE NO.74-260 must Indicate the basis for the
cheese sandwich peanut devotional. The next meetingwill thank the Correctional Centerfor on Saturday night. still with her parents, Col. and claim, the name and address of ADS
Mike Dobbs attended
butter-jelly. raisins orange or bea Christmas meeting of washing and waxing cars Fashioned Service in an.St. Mrs. William Wilson while he EUGENE OUVER Plaintiff. the creditor or his agent or
tangerine potato chips, milk. the home of !Mrs. George for them on Nov. 6th. They 'Glenda is in school in St. Louis, -\!'> attorney, and the amount
with Miss
The Little League had a Roberts on Dec. 21. had a good turn out. Augustine Missouri. MARY CAROL BESSENT claimed. If the claim la not yet
of Palatka
float in the Christmas Paradeon The Church Christmas Sincere sympathy of the Methdin ,".on 'Sun Friends of Mrs. Daisy Defendant.NOTICE due, the date when It will CLASSIFIED AD RATES
Saturday in Starke. Loadsof party will be Sunday. Dec. 19 community is extended to day.Mrs. Pierce Crews -met Thompson regret to learn that OF become due shall be stated. If

fun! 7pm. All members and Mrs. G.L. Sapp,'Rudolph and of the ladies of the she is a patient in Shands PARTITION SALE the claim Is contingent or Deadline for Insertion
friends of the church are In- other relatives due to the some Medical Center, Gainesville.Our unliquidated, the nature of the Noon preceding
FIRE DEPARTMENT: :NEWS: vited. "The Other Wise Men" death of her husband G.L. Woodmen of the World at the of prayers are with her. Public notice Is hereby given uncertainty shall be stated. If the Tuesday Thursday before
home of Mrs. Ira Wilson
Lawtey was well represented film will be presented Sapp who passed away on Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Jerrit that pursuant to and In strict claim Is secured, the security
in the Parade HIGHLAND BAPTIST: Monday night. Starke on Tuesday for a of Jacksonville were accordance with the Order shall be described. The claimant publication.

Saturday, between our fire Sunday School, 10 a m. ; Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Christmas Party. and They exchanged Saturday,Dec.4 dinner guestsof entered in this cause on shall deliver sufficient copies of Minimum Charge 12.00
engine and a welldecoratedfloat Worship services 11 a.m. and Gustafson and Margaret of gifts served.Mr. refreshments their parents, Mr. and !Mrs. December 7, 1976 the undersigned the claim to the clerk to enable (Coven IS Words)

pulled by Russell 6 p.m., Prayer !Meeting Orlando spent the weekend and Mrs.were Hermie Kelly Donald Wilkison. ,as Clerk of the Circuit the clerk to mail one copy to Each word over IS
Miscally's new truck in Wednesday 7:30: p.m. with their parents Mr. and attended the funeral of Mr. Mrs. George Breslin and Court, will on the 23rd day of each personal representative.All 10 cents
addition to the Little League LlUBAPTIST: Sunday Mrs. Bill Dobbs. Mrs. Grank at Elizabeth of Jacksonvillespent December. 1976 sell the persons interested in the
float. Between all the school. 10 am. ; Worship Gustafson and daughter remained Grace Coss United, on Thursday Methodist the weekend with their following described real property estate to whom a copy of this All Classified Ads must be
participants on these four services, 11 a.m. and 7:30p : for a longer visit Church. parents Col. and Mrs. situated In Bradford County, Notice of Administration has paid for In advance unless
vehicles. plus Lawtey m. ; Prayer Meeting We are glad to report that William Wilson. Florida, to-wit: been mailed are required have established
Friends of Dutch Harley an
Wednesday 7:30 m.NOKTHSIDE Mr. and Mrs. Don A parcel of land containing 2.91 WITHIN THREE MONTHS you
spectators lining the streets : p Mrs. Lois Carter is able to be learn that he is Boyetteand account with the
: BAPTIST regret to a of acres, lying in the NW quarter of FROM THE DATE OF THE
LawteYltesere out in force : home again after a bad sprainon family Macclenny were In that event 50
in Bradford Telegraph
Speaking for the Fire Sunday School 10 a.m. ; her left ankle five weeks patient .County Sunday dinner guests of their SW quarter of Section 27, FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS cents extra for
Department this was a new Worship services, 11 a m. and Hospital Our prayers are brother and sister-in-law, Mr. Township 6 South, Range 22 NOTICE to file any objections charge

adventure for us but quite enjoyable 7 p.m. ; Prayer Meeting' ago.Mrs.. Rosa Baxley visited .with him. and Mrs. O.J. Boyette and East, in Starke Bradford they may have that challengesthe billing.
Mr. Mrs. Doc JVlosley
and definitely not Wednesday 7 p.m Mr. and !Mrs. Carl Prevatt on family. County Florida; said parcel validity of the decedent'swill
boring! The decorating as sI'nsIISSIO: : AR\' Sunday morning and brought were of Monday their son-in-law overnight and Donald Wilkison spent the being more particularly des- the qualifications. of the MOTORCYCLESSUZUKI
much fun as the parade BAPTIST: Sunday School, 10 them dinner. guests weekend with Army Reservein cribed aa follows: personal representative or the
a.m.. Worship services, 11 Mrs. Walter Martin was a daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Kingsley, Ga. venue or jurisdiction of the
and of
Clll'unlCTI'ITIES a m. and 7 p.m.; BTS 5:45: Sunday dinner guest of her family Smyrna their Mrs. William Klipp and son Commence at the Southwest court. Eieallcnl
CHURCH 01Sunday; : p.m; Prayer Meeting sister !Mrs Sidney Hansen. Beach. They attend Keith, and stepson, Jim, of corner of said NW quarter of ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS condition 1650 Obn'a
School 10 a.m.. Worship ser Wednesday 7:30: p m. Mrs. Casey Dobbs and and granddaughter, AprilVogler's Jacksonville, spent the week- SW quarter and run North 0 AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO Mobil Salea phone 964-
vices 11 a m and 1 pm. ; ST. JOHNS :MISSIONARY daughter, Terri, Mrs. Joey band concert on end with her mother, Mrs. degrees, 09 minutes and 30 FILED WILL FOREVER BAR 5606. 12/16 4lchg 1/6

Prayer :Meeting Wednesday BAPTIST: Sunday School 10a Dobbs and two babies, Mrs. Monday night. Lucille T. Ivy, and Mr. and seconds West along the RED.Date -----------
Mrs. Elsie Norman
7:30: pm.; YPE Friday 7:30: m. Worship services 11 Charles Dobbs, !Melmda and weekend spent Mrs.D.R Brown, and Cynthia.Mrs. Westerly boundary thereof. 16 of the first publication of
pm. a m. and 3 p.m. on second and Danny, and !Mrs. Shirley the with her mother, Nellie\ Wilkinson, Mrs. feet to the Northerly boundaryof this Notice of Administration: SUZUKI 1972 Tr.iIHopp.r

KKIUKKKPTIST: : : fourth Sundays. Prayer Bandat Knowles and son Scotty, all of sonvville.Mrs. Lissie Starling, of Jack- Daisy Boch, and Miss Lynn the right-of-way of Beasent December 9, 1976. original! -..U.Llka.. 1185.now,Phone 1.317

Sunday School, 10 a m. Worship noon on Mondays Jacksonville,Mrs. Que Dobbs, Mr. and Mrs. Whaley spent the weekend Ro thence; North 89 degreesand Barbara McRae As Personal Representative 9647955. Upd 12/16 _
Vaughn _
services, 11 a m. and 7 of Raiford, and Mr. and Mrs. and of with her parents, Mr. and 37 minutes East along said of the Estate of ED-

pm.; T.V.. 6 pm. PrayerMe PERSONALS Wayne Gustafson and Kingsley Prescott Lake, Mrs.family Darlene,. !Mrs. Tom Whaley, and girls, Northerly boundary, 300 feet to GAR P. BURKE Deceased HONDA 750 1972, four 10
: ting Wednesday 7 p.m. daughter of Orlando, spent Norman and sons, and Pastor of Tampa. a spike located at the Southeast ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL .Inch front end. King/queen
FAITH \PTI.sh: Radio Sincere sympathy of the Sunday afternoon with Mr. Mrs. William Wilson attended corner of Bsssent Manor Unit REPRESENTATIVE: sent, pull back bare, ate.Phono .
Program on WPXE 8 a.m. on community is extended to and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. and Sunday Mrs.dinner John Chastain of, were!Mr. a Hospital AuxiliaryTea One, as recorded in Plat Book 3, Mack S. Futch of Pierce & M4j4l36tt..!. : JjtpJ 12/16,
Sunday. Bible School 10 a1.m.; Mrs. Frank Coss. due to the guests at Bradford County Page 15 of the public records of Hardy P.A.
Worship services 11 a m. and death of her husband Frank Hospital in Starke on Sunday said County for point of P.O. Drawer 1030 SUZUKI 550 19761 Realuerilleet
7:30: pm.: Prayer :Meeting Coss on Tuesday afternoon. BROOKERFrom afternoon as a volunteer beginning. From point of Starke, Florida 32091: owner In service.
Wednesday 7 30 p.m. !Mr and Mrs. Richard Crane worker. beginning thus described, Telephone: ((904)) 964-5701 or Phone Marina McRae, 964-
GR.1'E UNITED and family and Mrs. ( Page 4)Brooker) Mrs. Pierce Crews went continue North 89 degrees and 964-8168 6137 after 5 p.m. Itchg

:METHODISTSunda.v: .' School, Ricky Wolfe of Portsmouth with Mr. and Mrs. PeeWee 37 minutes East, along said 1216SL'ZIKI.. --_____
9-45: a.m.. Worship Services Va., visited their parents Mr. Baptist Church. The hostess Baptist Church will Williams to the home of Mr. Northerly boundary, 275.56 feet 12/92tchg 12/16
Ham and .p m Prayer and !Mrs !Manuel Stephens, table was decorated with a hold its Christmas prpgram! and Mrs. Jim Faulkner and toe concrete monument locatedon OF STARKE -
candelabra with different after prayer meeting Wed., centerline of electric Your authorized Suiukldealer.
Circle Wednesday 9am Friday to Tuesday they celebrated Christmaswith the an
Good :News; Rap meeting Preacher Henderson and colors of camelias arranged Dec. 22, at 7 p.m. Christmas a beautiful tree. Friendsof transmission line owned by the NOTICE SHERIFF'S SALE Walnut Phone((301 9646020.) South 1640S. In
Wednesday 7 30 p m Deacon James GrIffis of Clay around candles. It was very music will be led by the Christian Church of Starke, Florida Power and Light St.rkeh|
..!tlo/thg ____
beautiful. Refreshments of Please come and Notice is hereby given that :
\'islted\lr! and Mrs. Carl songsters. gathered and gifts were exchanged Company; thence North 3
punch, cake and accessorieswere share the fellowship and Ipve.. after which refreshments degrees 10 minutes and 30 I I. Dolph E. Reddish as sheriff of
served 1 were served. seconds East along said Bradford County, Florida, under WANTEDWANTED
The hostess gift to them wasa 4-11 CLUB NEWS ': Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee centerline, 437.68 feet to an iron and by virtune of Writ of
IndianJewelry nine piece set of Revere The Brooker 4-H Club met spent the weekend with their stake; thence South 8? degreesand Execution to-wit:
Ware. They received many and had its regular meeting, brother-in-law and sister, Mr 37 minutes West parallel Execution issued out of WANTED Farm. andconstruction

useful gifts. Hostesses were: Thursday Dec. 2, at the and Mrs Larrie Dubose, of with said Northerly boundary County Court of Alachua ...hl..... Let u.mach.-equip lOll your
Linda Cox Carolyn Dyal, Community Center with 44 Decatur Ga. 305.59 feet to an iron stake County Florida pursuant to a surplus for Open !\Ion.
Show Lucy Edwards, Donna members present. !Mrs Catherine Steele located on the Easterly boundaryof Final Judgement for Boyd day through Saturday, 8:30:
Tollesson Jean Douglas Inez Members of the various ( mother of Mrs Lester Bessent Manor Unit One Baisden d/b/a Co-op Laundriesof to 6. Northeast Florida
Green and Juanita Adams. groups gave a report on the Walker) of Monroe, Tenn., aforesaid; thence South 0 Florida, Inc., and against Equipment Audlon. US 11,
Robin invited everyone to progress so far in their came home from Livingston degrees and 40 minutes East, Kwik Kar Wash' Inc. defendant, North Green Cove SprlDl"P..o..J. ,

Hand Crafted their wedding to be this groups. Community Hospital along said Easterly boundary( in the amount of $2,29902 !! !!. !:. TF/cE4_
Saturday Dec. 18. at the The Christmas party Is Livingston Tenn., on Friday 436.76 feet to point of together with costs of
Brooker Baptist Church at 3 being planned by the after being there for 10 days. beginning.The collection. Used r.
Turquoise And Silver p.m. They will reside in Lake committee. Members will be Her granddaughter.Iiss! above described patcells Have seized and have in my Irlgeraiora, washers, codstove.
City until when Sam notified of the time In good condition. Call
January and date. Robyn Tinsler is spending subject to a non-specified width possession the following Dahmer'a Dlacount, 964-
will finish school.They then Also a special thanks to the some time with them. right-of-way of e.ectric described personal property to- 7923.TFVchMISCELLANEOUS
will move to Alabama where people who have helped transmission line, afore- wit: ,-_____
Sam is from. repanel the lower floor ol the mentioned.at The Kwik Kar Wash buildingand

PH.\YEULIST Community Center for' 4-H. LECRLNOTICE public auction to the equipment located on State
Mrs. Ruby Hodges is in a Anyone between grades 3. 12 highest bidder for cash, at the Highway 16 in Starke Ronda.
hospital in Jacksonville.Pitt regardless of color or national East front door of the Bradford As the property of the above .
Baxter had to be origin is invited to attend 4-H OF SHERIFF'S County Courthouse at Stake named defendant and that on SARAH Sake COVENTRY JEWELRY j

returned to Bradford County says 4-H reporter Mike SALE Florida at 11:00: A.M., same Monday, the 10th day of CaD Erma John. opportunity.,964-5483,
Hospital in Starke Monday, Starling. being a legal sales day and a January 1977 at twelve o'clock Annetta Baulk 3724444.

Dec. 13. Dolph Notice E. 'B hereby given sheriff that of I, legal hour of sale. Noon on said day on the 12/2. T L:!!c...__ ____
Reddish as Dated this 9th day of premises of the Kwik Kar Wash
.j< I Bradford County Florida, under December 1976. Budding, I will offer for sale and ALCOHOLICS
1 I and by virtue of Writ of Gilbert B. Brown sell to the highest bidder for ANONYMOUS -
Fri & Sot Execution, to-wit: Clerk of the Circuit Court of cash in hand the above des- Surctiaful living lor people
; fflft Execution issued out of Bradford County Florida cribed property of said de- who want to help
Night M&St ; County Court of Bradford By Beulah M. Moody Deputy fendant to satisfy the aforesaid themselves. MeetlngeThursday .
County, Florida pursuant to a Clerk Execution. /hundav at 8 p m.
.. ,, .
Phone 964 5709. 964-5434.BILL'S .
tII "-' Final Judgement for Florida
Dolph E. Reddish, Sheriff
Dec. 17 & 18th 'f 1$ Bank at Starke of Starke, 1tchg 12/16 Bradford County, Fonda 473.1188. 1.&f! -
Florida and against Mary J,
Kuhne, defendant, in the SAW SHOP Compile
7 P.M. fill I NOTICE OF PUBLIC 12/16 4tchg 1/6
amount of $532.20 together with dharptoing service,
I -L' costs of collection. HEARING SALE circular, hand carbide,
II l Have seized and have in IN THE CIRCUIT COURT chain, mower blade hollow
Sue Thomas of the Bradford Roping Club stems to be enjoyingthe possession the following des-my Notice is hereby given that the EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF ground and balanced. Leaveat .
crowd at Saturday's Christmas parade. cribed City of Starke Florida will hold a FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRAD- Jackson Building Supply
lyT personal property to-WIt: Public Hearing at 7:00: p.m., FORD COUNTY btarke or Keystone Heighta.
1968 Ford 4 door ID.
"' December 21, 1976 at City CIVIL ACTION TF/ChL------___
(. 'tt, Girl Scout Neics Number 8B53F218344 Council Chambers City Hall, CASE No.76-389
209 North Thompson Street SOFA CHAIR SETS on
In re: The Marriage of RAY
As the of the above sale Dahmer'a
by Carolyn Eaves property at Dlacount.
Starke Florida, for the purposeof MOND W. WOODHAM
r named defendant and that on T9/rh5-!! ______
public comment to
husband and WANETTA ANN
't ---- ---I Christmas parade had a had receiving ,
i Troop 614 a surprisevisit Tuesday the 28th day of
sea of green on floats in their December the proposed Community WOODHAM wife GUNS FOR .
l at party. not by 1976 at twelve SALE 22' .
At TheHoliday jl'1 r r trucks or walking Saturday, Santa but Paul Hutchins from o'clock Noon on said day on the Development Program which vs- 25'., and JS'a sold at Dab-
t 'r afr will be included in the
+ Defendant
Fourteen troops participatedand WPXE. He asked what premises of the Bradford County mer'a.. Dlacoiint.:..TF/chg. _
Application for a DiscretionaryBlock NOTICE OF SUIT
\ r. that's great! Christmas meant to the Scouts Jail I will offer for sale and sell
Inn" :Most Girl Scout troops are and their responses were to the highest bidder for cash In Grant from the United NO PROPERTYTO NEED HOMEIMPROVEMENTS OR
meeting this week for their and States Department of Housing : WANETTA ANN WOOD-
thoughtful meaningful.You hand the above described
and Urban Development.The HAM 663 Parkland Apts., Apt.
Christmas and will
parties hear
can them during the property of said defendant to HrepUcei, remodeled
Of Starke meet until school resumes in local news time. Thanks, satisfy the aforesaid Execution. Community purpose Development of Plan the is G-2, Loveland Ohio kitchen, bathe, additlona.garagea ,
January Paul. or enclosed
to provide a program which will YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat
,call Marcus
Dolph E. Reddish Sheriff Brad carport
Room ford Florida benenfit low or moderate an action for dissolution of 413.2109._...!tls/ch1-__._
1 138 There are 156 languages in the world, each: of County, incorrw" families, or aid in the marriage has been filed against
which is spoken by at least one million people. prevention or elimination of you Wanetta Ann Woodhamand SARAH COVENTRY otters
12/2 4tchg 12/23 slums or blight or meets other you are required to serve a fun and excitement while'

.. ..... ..._ ... .- .- .. --- .. .- -- -_._ ...- -.-- ...- .. .- ... .. ;, -- .. ..- ... .. _- ._- community development needs copy of your written defenses, if you earn. Part time or lull
; ; having a particular urgency any to it, on the plaintiff's time opportunities. ConUctBert
Harold Colaton,
within the City of Starke area. attorney, whose name and phone 964-7927. 12/16 3tchg
All Interested parties are address is 12/30
invited to attend and be heard. Dudley P. Hardy Esquire _
/ City Commission City of Stake STRETCH SEWING

a By Merrill Edwards Pierce & Hardy P.A. CLASSES Register now
City Clerk P.O. Drawer 1030 for January c....... at 123
as Starke, Florida, 32091 1 South Walnut. Street For
1 Itchg 1216IN -and file the original with the mere Information Gloria
clerk of the above styled court Holmes, phone 96-4- 398.

k I THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR on or before January 11, 1977; 12/16 Zttbg' 12/23_

BRADFORD COUNTY, otherwise a judgement may be
This w FLORIDA entered against you for the relief SCISSORS SHARPENED
Buy Close Out t PROBATE DIVISIONIN demanded in the complaint or .h.- .Regular.. far and II pinking pair

BURKE Deceased WITNESS my hand and the SHOP, 123: South Walnut.
NOTICE Of ADMINISTRATIONFile seal of said Court on December 12/16 4tchg' 1/9_
Special : And Beln Number 3, 1976.
F? Dvision
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING Clerk of said Court LegalLEGAL .

Your Home FOP h John Browses AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE As Deputy Clerk


Chris i tin as YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Pursuant to Section 1122,
the administration of the Public Law 92-603. the North

...... ....................... estate of EDGAR P. BURKE, After 12/1/76 I will not be responsible Central Council Florida will conduct Health Planning
deceased File Number, is a public
for debts incurredby
any hearing at 7:00: P.M. on December
pending In the Circuit Court for
BRADFORD County, Florida anyone other than myself. 27 1976 et the Bradford

A Doublewide Probate Division, the address. M. Norman County Commission BoardRoom
which is Bradford County Courthouse Wayne North Temple Avenue
/I Close Out Price Starke Florida for the
9776 Starke, Florida 32091. 12/9 2tpd 12/16 purpose
With Air Conditioning Skirting f0 The personal representative of of accepting comments on the
On nil 12 Widen the estate a BARBARA J. proposed leasing of the Starka
And Set Up McRAE whose address P.O. wssuuo Loa Nursing Home by the J.A.D.

;:Stock Box 10063, Jacksonville Florida err did Corporation. The proponent's
32207. The name and address of uF4 application I II available for copy
the personal representative's. and inspection at the Council
4,o John Brown Mobile Home CenterN. attorney are set forth below. office. 232 S.W. 4th Avenue,

All persons having claims or Gainesville, Florida and the
demands against the estate are Office of the County Clerk

N. Hwy 21 473-3775 required WITHIN THREE Bradford County Courthouse.

: : : : :
THIS NOTICE, to fie with the Itchg 1216I'age6R


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Any trwllletjar
from $11.95 APART SALE Diamond /
mere!!!o!'! !.:. TFltAg-: additions type remodeling. roofs work, new MENT 3 large room., Red Cedar.US 301 South needle. for any stereo over VACUUMS.. Many branda
concrete ,
or *
private entrance, gas, light W A. Stern Phone 964-5614. 247 different onea. w* have of new "..uum.. Uaed 621 North Walnut St. CJr. REALTY
painting. Free estimate, and water furnished.. Inquire) 12/2 3tpd 12/16 them all. Dahmer'aDiscount. machine. available. Expert Star...... Florida 32091

AVON CALLING: To buy. phone 964-6127. 11/18 at 603 East Washington TFchiCHRISTMAS ___ r..p.irl..n m...... Parta andceeaaorlea 964-6162 t c

or sell Avon caO 755.2807 or TF/Chg: !! __ ______ Ave.ua.. !! -1.2! TF/th. LAND FOR SALE From for all "..uum.. (formerly A.J.Thomas (7
write Loma Clyatt. P.O. Hoe WILL BABYSIT with Infant 10 to 40 ..r... Don.ldW..kb. TREES Built-in central vacuum Real Eatate) I'!"";; ,

220 Lake. City, Florida' up to 3 year. old day or FOR RENT 12 foot wide .Phone 4962232. 12/2 Cedar II per toot. Phone cleaning systems. 404 NW - -
TF/chg-----!'! mobile home outside 964-8210. 12/9 12/23 301 South near SR 18 2 t 51
_.._.. night Have references.Phone limits. Phone 964-6114. city TJ:/!$______ 3tchg Phone 10th Avenue. Gainesville ...... with 125 feet. road _
964-B3I9. 12/16 or 37.6-7110. TF/chg
.!!. Itchg .
413.4777.. .TF/chg.. ___._ SWEET POTATOES fJor land -. frontage.Business Cecelia Terwillegar
SALE Also mobile home hurricane 13/buahel your container! ... opportunity -
15/bushel without House and 10 Real Facts On REAL ESTATEMost
graded ... Corner
anchoring and mobile FOR SALE building Call and

MOBILE HOME FOR home roof ...on.tr..tloo.Hlln' your miles container west of 301.SR Alton 16 5 Store Building, 50' on 301 Thompson Street*. prospective homeowners are faced with the

SALE OR RENT Park- MOBILE Horn Bol..., phone 964-8942. 12/2 with antique - question "Should I buy Inside the City limits or in
wood, two bedrooms. Service. Phone 96.1.5606. IS LEGHORN PULLETS - suburban ?"
Leave Double wide mobile homeon an unincorporated area
Slate Road lfiand (1.25 each. Phone 782-3376. 4tchgJ2/23!! ______ 6 .....' trailer.
and .
number for .
name return 'L. 5 .r.. of land 3 Bit 2 Everyone has to make his own decision since
call phone 964-6867. Itpd Junction 233 Starke.. lpd 12/16_ MOTOR HOME Bath, almost 1600 and Taxes are
12/16 IFchitLOST 1972 5 acre with 3 BR frame r;...,. J..J..I.IIIUUlICt square i there are advantages disadvantages.
---------.-- Open Road Chevy chassis. feet of living apace less outside cities, but municipalities offer many
LAM FOR SALE 20 22 feet long, good condition house... ._ Central II/A. services such as fire and police protection, garbage
DOUBLE WIDE FOUND acres, approximately and 4 22.OOO miles. Phone 96.-6071' rru - -
1972 .. nrwl.usae :I. ...... pickup, complete utilities etc. Suburban areas offer
3 BR lot /
Manatee, 24 a 44, two BR house. Ralford Road |ISR or 9647839. TF I.h. separate ... 5 ....r... of high and dry
bedrooms. 2 bath excellent LOST PUPPY 1 year old. 16.| 1/4 mile from city limits. dining room I bath lots of m"noeIDA_"__u land on KM).A. more freedom and space with lower taxes but fire

condition. partially .male; leather collar; resembles Writ. Box 34... Stark. ALUMINUM WINDOWS room. - insurance rates are normally higher.It's .
fur.l.hed, 1500 down, Australian shepherd Iteh.!12/18! Single hung and awnings 36 ... "' Brick. 3 BR 2 Bath home your decision to make. We have listings inside
S112.65/month paymente. ; black/browo/gray. 1/2 ----- a8- $8.5030a27- 2 houses. sell one or both. I"" with CII/A. 100' x 300' lot and outside the city. Come in today and allow us to

Phone 964-8733. James tail Is white. Reward for dog DIESEL TRACTOR 1972 $11.50IBa52$15.5046a ; : - outside city. limits FHAApproved show you some of the homes we have for sale.
52 MANY 3 BR, CB Central.
Information 483- 27.00s, !!
or phone
Strtekland.. ......lt.hl..2116IEW Massey-Ferfuaon 20 42horsepower ----
: 1506 485-1848 OTHER: SIZES. BAIGAIINTER.301 :/ Heat/Afar, with stove andrefrigerator.
a.m. or - -
p.m. 3560. Phone NEEDED: Homes in good repair under 30000.
( South Unchg 3BR LR. DR.
!\ HOME Keystone ltpd12/18_ I ___...__ 782-3151._ t 12/16 Lg.. Family 450' frontage on 301 -
- Room Fireplace 20 ;
on Attractive
Are Jut outside city limit. brick, BarKsdale home on Madison -
Completed. 3
--------- Building Lots In City.Most acres. with barn Grahamarea Approximately 2 area.Mobile complete modern kitchen, CH-A, 3 BR 2 Bftths,
Bedroom Bath GE Heat A HELP WANTED YARD SALE Friday-Sat 10 20 PATIO COVER desirable aixe.Tract terma..
x - -
Air. Convenient location. double carport. Save on gasl
urday p.m. Toy.. - - -
Installed 1190; Unlnstalled.I50. home lots on Ml 16
Adam,. phone 473-2056 or WANTED Woman to do clothes etc Real) cheap.. 4 Gator Mobile homeService ol land for sale. Hampton Lake. b..tllul.h.d..d East. Financing available! -----
473407S. TFchgREMODELED housecleaning one day per mile North ol Stark. ; Look .. 5002 N.W.13th St.. - lot ready for a - Green Acres A love :3 BR, :2 B with CMSA and

__ h'U' -- ---- week... Own transportation. for! ..sign. .!.*:-Itpd. -.12/16. .._ at Five Star Mobile Homea. 10 acre 20 ...... 22 bo..... 100' lake frontage lot at all the goodies..Separate garage, paved driveway

3 t>I? trams Phone 961'. .5231.:. Itpd 12/16. 372'9767,Gainesville tfnchg. ..... 30 acres 40 - Crosby Lake. I.wo lob nice patio great neighborhood.
PECANS U-PICK .43 acre.*. SR 100. S. Large mobile available now. Financing -----
bauae, 10 old. Phone
96-1- 750. yeara By appolntiaMAUTOMOBILES BRADFORD COUNTY cent n pound bring a'taln.r. /Vort/tiurnrwi. ;;A ,... home lot. Well and septic arranged UNUSUAL AND HIGHLY DESIRABLE com-
osl 12/9 HOSPITAL I now .....ptlag.ppll..tlo. .. Lawtey.. Phone 782- SPEED EQUIPMENT W7739VERN1EP.OUOM tank. - mercial property consisting of a store and four lots
..l ltchg!! .._.. _._ .. for RN. LPN.: 3576._ltpd 12/IS---- lor high performance engine ... - All or part of 6 1/2 ..'..0. near Kingsley Lake.

sad OR TECHNICIANS.Phone : .. Cost plus 10 percent. Reg.Broker Very nice mobile home SR21 Keystone Height
964-6000. Director of FURNITURE: Ethan Olin'e Mobile Home, phone 96S47B 964-77W with addition. 1.8 ..... Financing. Available.! -3BR IB home
Owner financed cozy on
USED Nju!!es12/164tchgJ/6[ Allen. dining room suite. 100' 964-5606. SR 16 west. at shaded lot, 301 S. Owner - -
Cherry Street..You can walk everywhere from this
sofa with chair and ottoman Morgan Road 11/25 4thtg F. Delano. Thomas
LIl'E-IN- Would like and new slip eo"....; coffee 12/16 - Real location.
FOt.l TORINO Reg. Estate Broker
1973 --
E. .te. SR 16. 2 --
table and 3 end tables; new -- -- ------- .
with A/C AM/FM Stereo someone to llve-ln-t own site mattreaa/lrame ml. from town beautiful V6 650? 5332210ASSOCIATES A beautiful home on two lots on Lake Paradise in
king FOR
boss; good salaiyt meal furnished ; SALE Magnifying
tape deck (1.500 cash or brick home. 3BR 2B, LR
1150 down and ; day off. Phone 9646784 walnut triple dresser with glasses of all sizes with Keystone Heights.
assume Lg. family and :
double bed several other ----
79.70month Dotty. Itchg 12/16 ; handles. At The Office Shop. ..
payments Lillian. Pearson "'kitchen .nt..I.lr & heat.Pn.d Judith lynn
Items. Phone 7823796. Home and business in the heart of Starke on 301 -
phone 9617651. 12/9 2tpd -- -- ------ drive.
12/18. _.__ FOR RENT Itchg..!1216SARAII _--- Real EatateLike - Harold Epp. Brick CH&A..A chance of a life time. Elegant!
New bl.... ---- I
TRUCK TOPPER for abort town H6l-t>6i6
FALCON COVENTRY 3BR 2B, LR (.'/ &,\ Get money's worth! 4 BR 2 baths fully carpeted
: 1966. new tires 60 x 40 BUILDING: on SK 16 Wheelbase pickup. ; 1150. new 24 x 60 double Steve SimtnnnMSS your
good running condition. ('100 and Morgan Road. (250 Jewelry.. Phone MarianMcRae. Also CATTLE RACK 135. wldeMHCH&A.3BR.2 large garage, quiet. area, .iXHl CHS., Brick LR DR, Kitchen, outside city
.96 1137 after 5 .
cash.. Phone 964-7306 Itpd p.m. Make. oiler. Must sell.Phone corner lot. limits
on one acre.
month. Phone 96.:1606: 12/16' baths, r i<, patio storage Arthur Bruno
12/16 ..._ - -- ----
Tr/chg ---- .! : TF/chg_ buildings, on oak. shaded 46K-1571 to
------ ------ 2 story frame house in Gracious Demorest home on 1.75 acres adjacent
lot 22500.
MUSTANG: 1970 Ford 6 PORTABLE TV 12" G.E.B" ANTIQUE PIANO townone of the older. onea Starke Plaza.
Bean -
"/\\ hlte Very with plenty of .. "
good living
cylinder. Phone 473-4387 or tiful. ; good shape needa 32 with fruIt. tree.
LOVELY MOBILE HOME condition.. (-10 Phone 473- ; acres - Bessent Road attractive 3BR, 2 B home with

96492. __1!tpd. _12!16_ 125month.for Middle age Inquire couple. at only Jo- 4777. Itchg.!! .. 12/16. __ 7594.tuning.12/9 1200.2tpd Phone 12116 964- with- neat family, 3 BR room CB -home SR Several 301. commercial. on CHS.A, LR, DK, large den and even an offrce.excellent ,

PLYMOUTH FURY HI Lu Motel and Trailer Parkon 100-S 35900. Ralph Bryan location. ____
1972. 4 door, 360. A/C. etc. 301 South. TF/chg -I---- for Brick 3 BR
WASHERS construction. mach.-equip.* Lake Butler 3BR brick. & Just what you've been looking -
Good condition.. Best. oiler.. 2 BR aluminum aiding 3BR Block Real Estate LR DR, fully
-------- ----- Pleasant Grove, Phon. 964- vehicle. Open Mondaythrough home with a 2'2 Bath CH&A, family room

Phone 4733382. 12/16 MOBILE HOME Two 5076 days; after 2:30: phone Saturday 8:30: to 6. Morgan separategarage Road 3 BRr; 'b.th7"blo..... DOVTDM.Al: equipped kitchen with dining area laundry room

TF'/chg-----! _-___ bedrooms. 12 60, furnished 964J469.. !... 12/16 2tpd 12/ 3BtK"KIN Consignmenta welcome.Northeast 15000. construction.. LH, Family HI % Tell \" !I offIce,2.car garage, and_swimming pool.
located In Florida Equipment
\EGA HATCHBACK country; 17 - Room in town. "do it ?" The Floyd Green
Auction. US North Are yourselfer
you a '
reasonable, nice.
Pho964- : SHETLAND 8.7 ..... (15,500 Your choice of 5 W1
; to
1975. 4 speed. AC. lowmileage 5630. 1216FIRNISHEDHOME Green. Cove Springs, Phon. 9 acre -p.h..r land acres home at 601 Call & Orange could be restored and bea
Itpd PONY: Centle. : .
.! = ____ Needs - off North ot I awley Low down
115 month. 284.5977 reasonably priced Just
on _!. ____ show place.
home. 35. Phone :
road)I.original owner 1995. good 964- acres (13,900 SR 16, N.W. of town. payment I p to 20 years to paon >

Phone 473-4384 alter. 5pm. : twobedrooms 8165.. ..ltpd.l2/16._ - - balance.. -----
FOR SALE Mobile Home . .
36.35 1340' I'S:
carpet no objection acrea on Cecelia T
nice frame /
line Very large ; Terwilleoar. Realtor
Ilpd __.._-.. to small children no COLOR 19" TV Good Part and supplies. OWNSMIBILE 301 North Meal for sub- houae on corner. lot In town 1 to 10 acres Off SK 100 206
pet. On *paclous grounds, used Zenith 100. Phone HOME SALES. division.Terms 20 percent 3BR. baths C/H4A large !South High and dry lowdown West Madison Avenue Starke. Florida
FORD 3/4 T11TRUCK Highway 100 West. St....., down 15 8 1/2 r:
at <
room for garden. Phone 782- 964-5336. 1216TILLER year payment a iv monthly
.J Itch
197... AM/rM stereo AC. .. -_ rttpn964X! 3279 Itpd 12/16 !! :_ percent Interest. Zoned terms. OFFICE PHONE 964-7776
PS. PB, 1200( 15 tires, :. .____ - -
white slotted, wheels.x Excellent AND BOAT 5 14 FOOT BASS BOAT OR $56,500.LAWTEY 15.20 acre tract high" landon HOME PHONE 964.5145 I
-1"-- land Man"Anytime u::::!
condition. 3000. KITCHENETTES:: All HP Tiller. used less than 10 Terry 65 HP paved road Grahamarea. I
: i iKVLPH
utilities Included
totally .. Term.
; 225. II feet Stump I
Phuoa 9614691. I2n6 Motor depth finder. Gator
..!Itpd furnished. monthly 9 a. SR 223-E (7300
; weekly or .knocker. boat with 6 HP - :
trailer I Bill AN
guide troll
- -
I ratea. T.mpl.lot..1 880 motor and trailer. In good Large frame house. 3BR on
JEEPTHt.ROKFE: 1474. motor 2 ....horm.t... S acres 660' on SR 125 EBilMlnj Rrelfur964$7t4)4
!North Temple Starke. lot In
condition 650. Phone 964- Phone 964-8721. Itpd 12/16 Term (9,000 corner city very ,.. ----------------- /
4 WD, 1.1.000: miles, military Phone 961 7357. 11/25 4tpd 5546. Ilpd 12/16 reasonable priced close. to dry night lese
tires; I"AC.. manual - shopping area. .e4A. .''- ,
transmission. (...100. Phone 12116- 10 acre. -. (12300 I
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964-6107. alter 5 pjn. Itpd --- ---- ELECTRONIC: TV GAME HELP WANTED ... ... 1-3-6 acre homeaitee. 4 ,. CHRISTMAS TREESPECIAL ;

12/16_ 0 TWO BEDROOM '....ol.bed.p.rtm.at Phone- Magnavox!9H4-76N4 Odyssey 496-50. 20 A. 2 Mil hook-ups hog mile N.W. of Slarke.. ,, !
days or
PRODUCTION AND barn with .electric water
and ONE: BEDROOM - -
PL,,'MOlTHrlRl' I!6H. furnished. apartment. 2950 !nights.!. Itchg 12/16 MAINTENANCEWORKERS and concrete .I.b for Frame house In town 2 Contractor :

2 door HT PSi. PB AT Lights and hot water fur farrowing pigs (30,000 bedroom LR. Kit., FR. I
Kadlo/lleater. current.. nished.. Phone 9648071. - Very reaaonable. tsilsli Or lnfcn. : I

inspection runs good. See ..tt'aqu.y Mpd12/9_ __ __ I MOBILE HOME 51.8 beautiful acre - ......11.' A//01rw z:
"'Shell. SR 100 ---- approximately 2000 on US 9 BR 1 bath blockconstruction
New electric steel 301 1529 feet 3 Or Use C.MlrsillsClll474 : I
Starke. Phone 9645514. BRADFORD VILLAGE PARK aquare corner lot 10to..n. CANADIAN c
mill in Baldwin BR 2 bath CHAA brick. J
Itpdl2/16! u APARTMENTS:: I BR, : $2-$6 l lI
home 2
fbreplaceabarn - -
modern. furnished.. carpet I Innate City Lknita Florida now hiring SCOTCH PINE I
PINTO: KIN: .ABOUT .I..ln. ..closet. garden Walk BmiUimi SquareOr hourly productionand fenced planted GEORGE ROBERTS JR. DeSha !
1974 Clean. in very good patio off street. parking.. 315 LM.uu... pasture. Many possibilitisa Reg.Real Eatat Broker George :.

condition. 4 speed radio Weal. Washington !street maintenance 1195400. Phone 964-7826 4 T Chg Come See Them At t
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healer. (I JUKI. Phone 964SS46. phone.! 964S601., JJichgFORMICA ._ (30 Per Month workers good ASSOCIATES OPEN Saturday A.M. !

_.Itpd !1216PERSONAL .. All City Convenience liberal
O wages Charles and Lola Zippers !
City Gen,Water. and.Sewer benefits. Applyin 964-7154 or 782-3397 I Marke Rd. & Hwy 301 i.

SERVICE Jo-Lu Motel person. mlirwlxw.larnirwhrv wr.tm.Itly tlrrLnonurrN.wwtrt
4.a Sheet $610
Law ,Florida
BOO Sheets Available 964-8810 FLORIDA STEEL 7 toy R2.31106 Soil -1
Top Vita Firm-Vlfimin-
AILTlPEsKF:'Smadeal ,

Olla Mobile Homes.50 cent OLIN TI, CORPORATIONYellow a''iIIIJirl. Enzfmi-Mln"
each. Highway, HHI "Starke' Water RoadSR UlNbCHAMB'Home

phone 96. 5n06.! TT/chg MOBILEHOME 217 4IRegatered FORAY tATTlt and Building 1

G. ", 468-1873 MaterialsWEBIIUI
On Call
East of Baldwin FL
Aril Rt it73
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NOTICE Portable An Equal Opportunity Real STEPHEN SMITHSTAR 1 I Jb 13lc 2 7 .1',-ur Man Or Own- I;

FOR SALE Furnished Employer m/f Estate: Broker Your'.010,.Oav"1101 ,
home on one acre, suitable
The City. of Lawtey is now Utility Sheds8x16 lor young married couple.Vricd ROUTE HAMPTON. FLA. :: :r-STEVl\TKSRemodelng .
Fred .
seeking bids lor a new police right! 1 tchg 12/16 SackeU: RepaintAdditions

car This vehicle must be a'Police "750 - Broker BRASrM.TONCadillac. ; : _
" Bids will haveto Partiajly furnished house l'.S.301 .OklMnixiUeSllrs Homes Bought
Special. -
be in the Clerk's Office by 8x16, Finished Inside '810 in town. Priced right! iii'1'' Hampton, Fla. T OLIN'S SUBDIVISION & "ServireFmt Sold TradedACREAGE r.

January 3. 1977 Write Lawtey Fabulous- - Well l ; "'hone1681753 iiflectitm OJ I
City Hall PO Drawer G, 8x10 Finished 595 furnished mobile f CaniTakvnOnrailiUai 544$53
home. Inexpensive. You Olio's Subdivision Acre Lots '30" Per month. TmittJNUNW.I1 ..
Lawtey Florida 32058. OLIN'SMOBILEHOME move! 2" thru 6" tfnchg: 10-7 I / 37M.D1 i
I Water And Sewage Furnished. For InformationCall UNF.SV1LI: Nu-/.MI Souf A,StarktIntroducing
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12/92tchg 12 16 Hwy 100 Starve" 9B4 S606 994.5196STRO'T I Fast Rotary I d
Mark Olin Olins Mobile Homes Sales,
REALTY Drilling Equipment
I Broker Hwy 16 W. & Morgan Rd. No Pets Please.

On 100 South 1114 Mil. I STATE LICENSED 964-5606
From Intersection of 301
and IOU South NOTICE Only Lic. & Bonded Mover Living In

FOR HIRE I tchg 12/16 Pumpm Bradford Co.

JUSTIN: WRANGLER New & UsedSalesPartsService Government subs ed

fMfUtffSt1n lag hire! "4 tfiU M* BOOTS BELTS TO- SIZE BAGS 56 -- I{ !I home Can loans from No.*$67 Collect Payments L. K. Edwards III & Assoc. Septic Tank

I.Flly//, fir I' tl "*" *.*"lf *.'..1' ll'l'Vl' WALLETS MOCCASINS- ALL INDIAN: IN I E-Z Terms I I SERVING YOU /IN THE ___ ServiceSpecial


ON-THE-JOB training, through PLEASE NOTE) In order I Plumbing I 462 7775160 4111 TF .NOW Starke Office- .LJ.3...TO.

t* serve you OPEN hours / For December
will 9 to 3 UNTIL 1 New Installation I II
Florida .
your CHRISTMAS Alter BeforeYou Melrose Office 475-1269

do Christina hear will I Remodeling Keystone Office 473-2669 Pump Out
Service can 'I'II
return 9 to 4. Closed
Employment Sunday. I Repairs Buy A Beautiful BR. 2 1/2 B on Hampton Lake.. $3000Service
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this for you! Thank I I 3 acre. tarmett with comfortable. house, large workshop. ,
you and may we Mobile
have the pleasure ol IDurranc1IpUMP bares, fish pond.

CONTACT .hfl"hX.I.K In serving leather you with the inset & SUPPLY';- Home 2BR frame houseTusl out- -ol-town- -on I .......n.500. Offer Good For Bradford County Only

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. .. _.- 1 acre. with well,septic tank,utility pole driveway.Duples .
20' W. Call Strut I COMPANY I II See - Call Owner Earl Boone

(Oil CMfflw.ii) Lawtey Florida I 864 N. Temple Ave. I II en 1 acre. '

I mile south I John Call or com. see a. today R yen are ready le buy or aell.Susan .
ShrkFla.. Starke
Phone 782.3400 I I II f Bakken. Associate. STARKE BRANCH: 964-8121

(104)64( ) .$012r open 9 to 4 I 9647061 I IL. 473 3775 Irene Faulkner Associate 206 S.W ater St. .

:2, T-cna 12, :23 closed Sunday ..___:___....._.__ Paul Faulkner A.oclale Stark.. .Fla.32091 12 :2 II.Ieod: !

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-i Christmas brings with it a ; L J I"
lot of paraphernalia: trees, :
now toys lights candles! 4'IAf
I and gift wrapping. Bah,
I humbug!tVith all these
kRsuT (I seasonal additions house
hold hazards multiply, and
homeowners have to be h

,, I Ia Iw particularly careful.

When you buy your
Christmas tree, check for
freshness. The branches
should spring! buck when
you bend them and the needles
should be bright green.
Bump the tree base hard un Jh
the ground and be sure that 7
the needles don't fall; check

the bottom of the stump to
'\. .4yB. .. -Sle I-Z .M\\ see that it I is sappy arid y
g. .. y .. -

I Bradford. h School's NO-iueniber man'hinband/ provided the city Saturday with its annual Christmas parade. .
brisk parade music as the Christmas season officially came to HAPPY HOLIDAYSTO \r
ONE AND ALL! tafFlA.,4

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1 : 7 .. ::2'u; '. The Bradford High School Junior ROTC is shown marching in formation down Call SI. In Sat
Jf4' -f .
,,,,. 'r urday's parade.
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: 11'F, t,., > k.i v J 4>fEir15 {7 '-a. .gar kY

t f J !Sue Thomas of the Bradford Roping Club seems to be enjoying trt
q! the crowd nl Saturday's Christmas parade.6Efl6ON'6.

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: W j Don llardenbrook looks us if
r.,., lie's not too fowl of that fire
\\hl lIe as he rides In the
Christmas parade

IIIIS band members turn the corner in Saturday's Christmas

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parade.c'T: i 5'J c 'J .. :;f?" S

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Clrlti41 ia4 GifjIgaI! -*..H"" I

I 155 W. Call Starke.Fla. I
The Bradford Hoping Club one of the more than 23 entries in last Saturday's annual Christmas;
R parade, drew man "oohs and ash," from youngsters/ and adults alike, as the beautiful und well-
trained horses stepped down the street

THURSDAY 16 THRU 20.1976V. -....,J

a: M "
l' i LINED ....* '
:'- ( ;' BOY'S FLEECY ...

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1i1: \ / 'If't t

\\ Sli r1.f' $ 9 4 t
r4 '12O 8 1 nM" .
u\t\GS\IE\ \ \ Reg.


OUB\.t\ $325 & j

Sli'S Peg.12 ee -
1W\N -'w1 LI

Sit1S\\ ............ ,
Had there been such a category( the Bradford County Volunteer Fire Department might! h.i\e
won "most humorous"award for its float In the Christmas parade, showing a worhegonc. fireman I
and the legend "All\\Want forChristmas I Is a :New\ Klre Truck."

P\llO\ $225 N 984

C SES ...,.......... _1



ill .
9 4
MENS .I $4

tJ1\'t"$494: ( .1 ADIES: ().

.s... II
.fifj ,. F11 1 ))01 300 LONOFULl-SKIRTED SLEEPWEAR WARMTH'' v .
III \C \ rrAx

:l.'I I I \ 5 16 $ 2 94

< SOCKS. ,...
7' CHOOSE FROM ORLON'i \ One of It Girl Scout troops participating in Saturday's C'hrislma* parade makes it uadown
S3 FUUT TOUT PERFECTLY REG. S54 J MULTICOLOREDNOVELTY annual Christmas con bandmaster states. The Intermediate Band
OUBLi "' '"'' 35 cert by the Bradford Middle First on the program will be new this year is small in comparison
n 1 ; : : School Band Department is the Beginning Band. Forty- but its spirit and
/M1KE, 2forIT" a i curs 166| set at 7:30: tonight (Thursday, five members strong/ these determination earned them
l Dec. 16)) in the ISMS: 7th and 8th traders( have the right to a special I sectionon
13 gymnasium under the played instruments for only the program Woodfin
direction of Bandmaster two complete months. Already states.
4 PK MENNEN OLD SPICE MENNEN Michael VV'oodfin. they sound impressive Advanced
The Band will
Admission is $1 for adults, Woodfm
t GLASSWARECURRIER SKIN BRACER CHRISTMAS SKIN BRACER 50 cents for students.All round out the program.
4 SHAVE -- .- ..,}OF BOTTLES" oz. band program will be pre Swine Flu Shot Clinics Set AgainSwine I
$19 WRAP EACH sented as members of either
7 REG.1' the Beginning Band and those persons 3.18 that are
flu shot clinics will
Intermediate Band, the Advanced
or considered "high risk"having --
Roll Band. resume in the county Monday,
chronic conditions
Dec. 20, with clinics twice a or
Pack The contains
23 program many diseases.
KEROSENE well known Christmas Carolsas week at the Health Department
Both the monovalent vaccine -
tlMPS99C; $ 00 301 well as more lively 329 Church St.. (swine flu) and bivalent
$ / numbers! YVoodfm states. (combination) vaccine will be
i 4' oz. "Come and support the Shots will be given Mondaysand available at the clinics.
band program at the middle Tuesdays of each week Consent forms which must
school. Your help at each concert from 1-4 p.m. at the Health be signed by those receiving

SOME QUANITITIES ARE LIMITED SO SHOP EARLY AND SAVE SAVE! the funds provides to acquire the band needed with Department.Vaccinations! are recommended shots Health will Department be available at at the the

equipment and music the for time the shots are everyone over 18

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