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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 30, 1976
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Starke and Bradford County will enter 1977 with few of the
r- problems solved that beset it at the beginning of 1976 but withno
hope of federal grants to help relieve its soaring unemployment
rate that reached 8 per cent in July and bring some much-
Retopping Set needed improvements, such as a $407,000 city hall, and u
Workmen near final stages of coiuitructiim of $11.MM\ ( home in ford County near Keystone Heights. $1.237,000( county jail complex.
Keystone Oaks, an L.K. Edwards: development located Brad- Among problems to be grappled with by the city and county

are development of a comprehensive land use plan, grant
applications to renovate sub-standard housing, strip mining
This protection a waste disposal system budget problems, soaring

816 Construction Starts February utility costs and traffic problems. _
Comprehensive PlanningThe University of Floridaarchitecture
new year will start with students, says
the county pushing work on Gaines. The other elements of
preparation of maps for its that plan are not acceptable to
OnSR-16 West comprehensive planwith 13 the state, he said.

Made In 1976Spurred elements to be dealt with Gaines hopes the county will
Locally before the state's deadline of be able to receive a Housingand
Road priorities set for Bradford which surveying has started; July 1979 for the adoption of Urban Developmentgrant
.. County in 1977 include the Laura Church Road, from the such a plan by each county in for the new land use
early February resurfacing of end of hard surface on Lawtey the state. Among the other plan, if it can meet the
on by an improving dining area complex and anew sent the city annexed the 15- Board the completion of the SR 10; from the north Starke Road NE and South to SR-16 elements to be developed later requirements. The grants
economy in 1973, building and administration building, acre site in SeptemberAs two phases will all but city limits to the New River 2.6 miles; Extension of are plans for solid waste disposal which are two-thirds
construction in the county which will be built adjacent to of Christmas, the first complete the rebuilding of the Bridge. Bessent Road East and Westto utilities systems, housing matching, are designated for
reached an all-time high in the present one phase of the apartments was high school, which has been The 7.789 miles will be SR-230 with a leg North to transportation, land use counties having a populationof
1976 with 816 permits being The $2.7 million is not approximately 80 per cent underway since 1966. Only the resurfaced as a primary road Pinebreeze Subdivision, one and mining. less than 50.000.
issued and $8.318.813 in reflected in building permit complete with one phase left auditorium and cafeteria have project a cost to the Florida mile; SRS-235 from SR-100 L.M.! Gaines county The HUD grants are not to I
construction going up an figures, however, since the to go not been replaced. Department of Transportationof SW to the junction of road SR- planning director, said he be confused with the Public
increase of almost $4 million state, which built the project, Another issuedb Also undertaken the $59.765. the bid of Campbell 231. 7 miles; SK-125 from Du- would meet with the Lawtey Works Employment grunts
large by
from the 1975 figure. is not required to obtain a permit Paving Co. of Clearwater.Jim Pont at Lawtey west to New Council at its January 4. mentioned elsewhere, lor
school board the
the city was the $3 2OOO was building
breakdown between city building permit.In Pittman district River, 8 miles SR-225, from t.
one for construction of the new of nine portable classrooms atSouthsade plan : meeting to present the which both city and county
and county shows the county addition some 200 jobs Community State Bank at Starke and Lawtey ning engineer, said the surface SR-100 [NE; to SR-16. 7 miles; planning map for that locality. governments have applied
issued 138 single family of the road would be doneas SR-22A from US-301 to the turned
will be created once the Starke in August. The bank, to Elementary schools for lie will leave it with the council and apparently been
dwelling permits, 270 mobile buildings go into operation. I be located at Edwards Rood $133,424. The classrooms "a non-skid surface" a thin junction of SR-225, 2 miles; for study, preceding a pub down.
home permits and 368> permitsfor surface of coarse rock to SR-18. from SR-100 the Char. lic hearing to be held later. "This is the first time I've
nonresidentialconstruction Largest single permit and US-301( near the Bradford furnish space for sixth
additions,and other, for issued in 1976 was the city'sto -- Square Shopping Center, will graders shifted back to the prevent tire skidding. lie Johns Road) to Crystal The same procedure will be seen "a grant lor the little

total fo $5.663.48:!1. a DS & N Developers, Inc of replace the present elementary schools from j.- uvondary road project Lake turnoff, .9 miles. followed with Hampton man. Gaines said, adding
tjid bide awe is .' every.c*' toad.plan lorr- .:Council on Monday Jan. 10, that comprehensive planning!
< l let for i 101
The city reported issuin t.16 -- ._ ?t "
Pleasant Grove Road from cast shows what credit has and Brooker Council: on Tuesr>> ii one of the major 'tanks tubefaced
residential building permits,
day Jan. II. locally in 1977.
been set aside by DOT for
SR-16 SR-229 distance of
17 non-residential permits, 5 to a
The has contractedwith "Peoplearesilly for staying!
miles. This will in all Bradford County for secondary county
and 1.3 ,
mobile home permits 73
the North Central Florida home from these public
and maintenance
road building
permits for additions, probability, be the only Regional Planning Council for meetings," he said "This. is
1976.77$187,400 77-78.
: ;
alterations and conversions, secondary paving project the
$9ooo for three to really going to affect themllltlT.1l'I'LI.1'I'IS
totaling $2,333.3:10.I.argl'st : county will have money to do $196.000! : 78-79. $209.100; 79-80. yea years
in the in 1977 $222.900 and HO.81. $236XH: ( ) for complete the ComprehensivePlan.
single project
Total for alii 13:! elementsof ; \
each of those according
county this year was the $2.7 Other road priorities in the to Gib Brown.years the plan will be $27.01)0.) The City of Starke held Us
million prison expansion at county according to County Only one of the elements, second formal hearingTuesday
three five
Within the next to
Clerk Gib Brown Craw
Lawtey, now 99! per cent are
housing,can be lifted from the night to reechopublic
nn Bradford County will
complete. Prison officials said ford Settlement Road, from sears
the
73- 74 land use drawn input lor proposedCorn
plan up
thist't'k they are ready to SR-16 to SR-2UOA, 38 miles on (See Page( ;11 1 DevelopmentProgram '
in 1973-4 conjunction with numty
begin moving into the
\\ hichI ill be
facilities, which will house an I included in the Application fora
additional 214 inmates. Discretionary Block Grant; '
The seven new buildingswill from the U.S. (Department ol
include five dormitories m n91 Fail
ue wee City County \Housing and I'rhan
for the inmates, a kitchen- 'a1 eee u, ,p ; vxf Development. Purpose' is lo

provide a program ol 1<101'
!!y/ wise moderate-income housing
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\rh&l11Un& !: tTirr4r 1 aid elimination in the of prevention slums or blight 01
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or meet other COlli nil 111 sty
Bid For GrantsAlthough
4.vr v. In development needs.At .

,_ f t MPwNrwa'D':: the hearing, i ,il t>
..- commissioners deferred ,lo t II..
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.-.s\r....- .' ,: _,=A -1'. '- ............ no one has received cent hrst, and will do the other governments in the state have judgement of their cngmeci
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:.: official word, itappl'ars later applied for granting totaling
.. ,. Don Ruckman. and allow er.:
h -ll fijJ that Bradford Countyhas more than $1 billion.
Grant awards announcedlast him to present a list t ".I
n' failed to have any of its: week included $3.4 million Grant applications priorities for the gran1application ,
(Hope Baptist Church on the centennial anniversary of its founding, has begun construction. of anew eight projects submitted for to Alachua County ((6.7 unemployment submitted in Bradford Countyand based! on mpii
SljOOtHI) I'hurch.urk began in October. Public Works EmploymentAct rate, and $1>10,000; their amounts: :!
grants approved.Herb County : :New'; jail commissioners.I'hecommission.
to Dixie County (6.9 unemployment
Wadsworth an aide tolU'p. rate): The national $1,237,000: road improvements agl'\\lhal! I
e Don Fuqua, said Mondaythat average unempolyment rateis 541>;.730; mental sev. er installation
a list of projects "subjectto 7.5 and that of Bradford health clinic $184.000) ; HCH recreational facilities am'
approval" had been printedin County is 88.Economic. addition $779.000. renovation of sub.staml.u.. :
Thursday, Dec. 30 the Federal Register City : New:'; city hall housing were top priorities' I ti'i,'
December 23 and that no projects Development $407,000; fire station, $17 ,Ono; the grant pre-applicalion...
Bradford School Board from this area appearedon Administration officials ha\e street improvements Ruckman had PI'\'I"II..I-
Special Meeting the list. said approximately $136 $600.000 : maintenance told the board that the griu"-
4p.m.Friday "If a project's not on the million will be allocated to garage $221,000( ): recreational tire awarded on the basis .d!
list," Wadsworth said. "it's Florida. County and city complex $231INK) substandard housing units ,ir
Dec. 31 been eliminated." Wadsworthsaid relation to total number oi,
that as far as he knows, housing units in a communityand

New Year's Eve Dance the list is final. the percentage of person!
Starke National City and county officials had School! Board To Meet living !below the poverty hoc

Guard Armory9pmto2a.m filed grant applications ? Ruckman agrees that tin'
totaling $3.7 million. Included city will probably have to
wore plans for a new county On Teacher Contractlast draw up a housing code, as the
jail, hall, new fire station,
Monday, Jan. 3 city renovation of housing!
addition to Bradford County Squeezing in under the w ire year King said that would presents the question of what
7 Hospital, street repairs, a new before new ly-elected school leave the board $4 .6U8 in sur- standard the housing
Elks.ElkettnDinner mental health center, superintendent Tom Casey plus for the coming year if renovation will be measured
t' 7 p.m recreation complex and takes office January 4, the there was a decrease in against. This will he a priori t
t'' Meeting 8 p.m. others. Bradford 'ounty School revenue from the state. item for the city fathers in
Starke mayor Charles Board will meet tonight 1977.

t -TuesdayJan,1Union !..... -. The expansion of the slate prison at I.a\\tt'y is ml) per rent complete, say officials there :New Schaefer and county clerk Gib 'Thursday, Dec 30)) at 6 p.m. The school board is knownto :1111iIncreased :';
buildings Include file dormitories house some 2IMI inmates, a dining area complex and an Brown said :Monday that they to discuss the findings of the be oppsoed to making any
administration hulist ing. have received no word on the special master and end the employment may
County Commission pay raises retroactive to be in the offing for this area
Prisoners scheduled' moving into' the recently completed dormitories this week.A status of the applications, al. controversial contract dis- Thj teacher
9:30a.m.Railord: were 'i begin August. negotiation with the prospect ive opera!ion
I li)7-man) dormitory I pictured' ahote) Hearing completion will feature inditidual, aircunditionedrooms. though they had expected to pute. team was presented in of a third ilmenite mine this(
hoar by Christmas. The board legally reject -
Council may August an offer by the school one to be the properly of
7:30p.m.: Gainesville for S655.IHM'; ). The Community Slate Bank at Bradford :Middle School in Schaefer said he was this under the 21-page findings of board that was rejected in a [National; Lead) on a tract of t
developers ran a year-long Starke at 114 I W Madison.: September. 1976. the impression that was of a special master Birmingham vote by the teachers. The land north of Highland. Seven
Lawtey Council gauntlet of controversy Groundbreaking for the 9.500- Following a three-year preliminary announcement Ala. attorney Thomas J. King. school board offer would have sections of the mining site lie
7:30: p.m. between the city commissionand foot structure was August 4. building fund drive grants awarded to areas King recommended giving cost about $200,000) and raisedteacher's in Bradford, with the
having less severe un $3uo.ono) in raises, which is
construction began on the new
in the
pay county by in and Duval
residents of the area when remainder Clay
Union County School A $;UOIKl) permit issued by Hope Baptist Church on SR- employment problems. about midway between the an average of 11 percent. The
50- counties.
building a
Uiey proposed the in June was the Under provisions of the act. $207.0110 the school board had
Board city 100 In October Deciding not to five month long contract talks
unit National Lead, which had
apartment complex just construction of Phases IV andV begin construction until 70 percent of allocated funds offered and the $451.242 the
8 p.m. limits were brought to a close when had office and lab t the
west ol the then city on School.Designed will awarded an on
be to counties
of Bradford High Bradford Education
hand.
$:o.OIII.1 cash was on
King met with both sides in an
SR-100 in 1973.Residents! site for some time, was lo filea
Starke Council by architect Craig church members established having a higher unemployment Association, the teachers bar eight-hour session Nov. 9. regional I environmental I
the buildings will in rate than the gaining had
7p.m. Saucy a building fund committee group proposed.
,. of the area house exceptional education, June 1973 and later "national average and the remaining King determined that the impact study with the stale,
Bradford School Board protested to the zoning board industrial arts, agriculture, appointed a committee to plan 30 percent will go to board had $ ;9,31 availableto School superintendent with a hearing lo IK- held
Time to be setGIJf and city officials numerous home economics and business the new church. The coffer those counties with unemployment allow the teachers the increase Richard Jockel will present a locally, but Zoning DirectorL.M.
times and the city, at least education at the high school.At totaled $50.000 on August 31. rates below the in pay He said the recommendation to the school Gaines said this week he
showed signs of sympathy- national board in the session had received no I toil I her
1976 and a few weeks later the average. salary increase would bring open
; (!; antmunihittttc reversing its decision to give the end of the year. bid was awarded to Triest "The grants awarded that the pay of teachers in Brad- although the board will meetin information.
,
the go-head on the Phase I IV was reported 80 percent Construction Company of I've heard about so far have ford County into the median executive session at 5 p m. Kerr-McGec! has also
; iBank apartments at least once. complete, with Phase V Keystone Heights who bid been to areas with lower unemployment range of 14 comparable The private session is allowed :acquired !several thousandacres
Account Now Irtturtd Uo Deciding finally that the somewhat behind. Financed $149.408 for the project.A rates," said counties located nearby. under state law when discussing of land in I the Brinikrr
To 40.000 By apartmt'ntsI're going to from capital outlay funds by $20.000) Bicentennial pro Schaefer. "It seems to me like If the board pays the negotiations with area for prospeclixo future
odvroi Oopotif Inturonco Corp built with or without its con- the Bradford County School they're awarding the 30 per teachers $:loo.X( >o more than employees. l\t'! Pane :

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Miss Latain Herres of Lt. Barry Firth of Maypoit Mrs. W.T. Whisenhunt and
Tampa was home for the Naval Station was home for daughter of Los Angeles, / 11/ooly/ ,Society e/iiorr 964.7608
weekend. the long weekend. Calif are visiting her parents, .
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Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Eppersonthis
I Miss Elizabeth Goldwire of Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter, week.
Waycross, Ga. is visiting Mr. Jr. had as Christmas Eve Presbyterian Youth Rebecca McMillan and James Bacchus
and Mrs Gilbert Goldwirethis Mr. and Mrs. Edward Miss Sue Morris of I
week Starling and daughter, Mrs Pompano Beach is visiting GiveChristmas Wedding Dec. 19 At First Baptist ChurchThe
I Jewell Johns and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S.G. Denmarkthis

t Jacksonville Faulk, Victor,Nettles Miss, Carlton Jeanie week. : Party For adultsThe First Baptist Church of

FLORIDA Faulk, Brenda Prevatt, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J.H. DuPre r1rj and Starke was the setting for the
junior
and Mrs. Blake Jackson and spent Christmas day with Mr. Presbyterian marriage-of Miss Rebecca
class students enter.
Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter, and Mrs. B.G. McIntyre and senior Garland McMillan to James
tained at a Christmas party
p Leonard Bacchus of
THEATRE. Sr. family in Ponte Vedra. week
Wednesday night of last Tallahassee on Sunday,
at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. RE. Firth Mr. and Mrs. Jerald Bald- December 19, at 4 p.m. with
Starts Friday returned Monday of last week win has as Christmas guestsin Herb Herres honoring the Rev. Ben Bryant performingthe
adult Sunday school class.
from a five day trip down the their new home on Bayless nuptials.The .
Dec 31 Thru Jan 2 east coast and up the west Highway, Mr, and Mrs. Duke The refreshment table was
coast of Florida. DuBose and family of Jack covered with a white Venetian bride Is the daughter of I
3 Days OnlyShowtimes sonville, Mr and Mrs. J.L. cloth over red satin and Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Garland -
centered with a Christmasfruit
Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter, Alvarez and family of Middle- McMillan of Starke. The
tree topped by a red
: Sr and Mr. and Mrs. Carter, burg Daniel Alvarez and son, groom is the son of Mrs.
candle. Janet
Jr. visited Mr. and Mrs. Jason, of Atlanta and Mr. and Montgomery Ganelle Mobley Bacchus of
Fri 5:00: 7:00: Henry Carter in Maxville Mrs. Rufus Alvarez of Starke. poured hot and tea Joey from a Herres silver Maitland and the late Mr.
Christmas service Bacchus.
9:00 day Brown, at the crystal punchbowl
j & : Mr. and Mrs. Mike Nelson presided.

Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Gold- and daughter and Mr and EugeneMeng Mrs George Canova, ),- .
Sat And Sun wire visited Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Guy Haddock of Hender- Joey entertained the 20 organist, and Mrs. Deborah .1(1.( ,!, I....-of \

1.00.: 3.00: 5:00: Mike Goldwire and family in sonville, N.C. are visiting To Wed March 18 piano guests by selections playing several and Franks, soloist, sister of the .. 'Y'. {t.
West Palm Beach from their grandmother Mrs. E.M. groom presented a programof
the while
7:00: & 9:00: Thursday to Sunday. Davis in Starke and mother, accompanied: group nuptial music. {\
Christmas carols.
Mrs June Haddock in Mr and Mrs. G.L. Brown, they sang On the alter were two ... .;
Sr. of Hampton announce the baskets of white .
standing
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hampton this week. 4
flGias engagement and approaching mums, gladioli and carnationswith
Hudson of Blounlsville, Ala. UDC To
Meet
u marriage of their daughter, a center arrangement of
spent the holidays with her Mrs.Pauline Slone and Miss
mother, Mrs. Nelson Green Mamie Anderson of Archer Delores Annette, to Eugene the same flowers. In the back
of Mr. and Jan.5 With
and spent Wednesday to Monday l\Iichaell\leng. son ground were two tree
q family with their sister, Mrs. E.M. Mrs Francis W Meng,also of candelabra and an arch
: Davis. Hampton.Miss Mrs. L.T. CrewsThe candelabrum with burning
tt;'i'i .1. Out of town guests at the Brown graduated from tapers with four sunbursts of : .

'Ti ,& Bacchus McMillan wedding Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Crow- Bradford High School and is W.T. Weeks chapter, jade palms. J
December 19 were: Mrs. LukeL. son of Winter Haven were currently employed by the U.D.C. will meet Wednesday, Given in marriage by her 1
'1'f Ellenberg, Jr., sister of the Sunday visitors of their University of Florida ) January 5 at 3 p.m. at the father the bride wore a white.
groom and Mr. and Mrs. G.S. brother, Claude Crowson. Mr Meng also graduated home of Mrs Lester Crews qiana gown with venise lace
::::1- of the from Bradford ]High School accenting the sheer bishop
= _' _.':-==i Wiggins, grandparents with Mrs. Bertha Pearce, !
groom, from Nashville, Mrs. Harry Mooty visited and is employed by the State Mrs, Gladys Weldon and Mrs. sleeves. Queen Anne neckline .
The Adventures of the Tenn.; Gerald Bacchus of her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Mil- Department of Transportation. E.K Perryman as co- and circling the chapel train.
Atlanta, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. ton St. Peter and family in hostesses. Her Juliet cap, beaded with -'
WILDERNESS\ Michael Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Gainesville over the weekend. The wedding will take place seed pearls, secured her .".,;; ,
K.R. Willits Mr. and Mrs. !March 18 at 7.30: in the First fingertip length veil which I
Ralph Willits and Mrs. Lisa Mr. and Mrs. S.W. Hamiltonand Baptist Church in Starke. was accented with Brussels !i
FAMILY Crosby of Jacksonville; Mrs. sons George and Jim, All friends and relatives are lace. She wore an opal and
Marge McCollum Mrs. Paul spent the weekend with Mr. invited to attend. BIRTHS diamond necklace, a gift from I Ilr.

Schnitt. Ms. Kenna Study, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hamilton and the groom and carried a nose-

and Mrs. Patrick Wiggins, family in Tampa.Mr. DUI'I.IC.1TE; BHIIGE: gay of white miniature carna-
Governor and Mrs. Reubin CI.L'HHKMI.TSJeff : :Mr and Mrs. Donald K. tions, baby's breath and ivy.
Askew, Lt Gov. Jim Williamsand and Mrs. Mac Baldwin Bennett of Lawtey announcethe Thomas Bacchus of Mait-. i
301 Captain Owen Cason of visited their daughter and \\renshall and Dolly birth of a son, Casey Ryan, land, brother of the groom,
Tallahassee; Mr. and Mrs. family Mr. and Mrs. James the winning born Nov. 29 in St.. Vincent's attended as best man. Ushers
Merrill Glisson of Keystone Montuoro in Jackson Tenn. Kunig were Bridge Hospital. Paternal grand- were Thomas Pitman of :\ and :Mrs. James Leonard Bacchus
DRIVEINFri Heights; Mr. and Mrs. R. over the weekend. couple at night.Duplicate Mrs Lex parents are Mr. and Mrs. Orlando, Dr Luke Ellenburg
Franklin Ritch and Mr. and Tuesday Green and Mrs J.D. Odom Donald Bennett of Lawtey and Jr. of Nashville, Tenn. and Bacchus-McMillan Rehearsal
Mrs. Perry McGrlff of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale and second and Dr. and Mrs maternal grandmother is Paul Schnitt of Tallahassee.Miss DinnerMrs.
Sat Gainesville; and Mrs. Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Keith Jim were Minesingcr were third. !Mrs Alice Leach of Starke. Hialmar McMillan, Ganelle Mobley intervals; along the table. The

Karen Black Pitman, sister of the groom, Gillingham and children, -SeMr sister of the bride, served as Bacchus of Maitland entertained head table was centered withan
Keith Jr. and a e e e e e e- maid of honor. Bridal
r Raymond Agurkis and Mr. Kathy, arrangement of white
Oliver Reed In and Mrs. James C. at a dinner party /
attended the Sale Christmas attendants Misses
Michael Kaiser of were
and Mrs. carnallll1chrysanthemums
December ,
Shaw of Putnam Saturday night, 18
Orlando. dinner with Mrs. John Yatesin Mr! and Mrs A G. Loudon announce the birth, Conn.of Denise Baker of Tallahassee, in the Pecan Room of the and gladIOli. Place cards
1 Valdosta, Ga. on Sunday. visited Mr and Mrs L.M daughter, Lindsay Noelle a, Kathryn Jo Misener of Garden Restaurant for her marked the seating arrange-

..,.., ......- ""' ""' "' '" Richardson in Marion, Ala. born December 26. Paternal Plantation and Cynthia Buckof son, James Leonard Bacchus, ment for the 19 guests which
7f Thursday to Monday Brevard, N.C. They were and his fiancee. Rebecca included members of the
k1t11't. grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs Clayton Shaw of gowned alike in floor length, !McMillan: following the wedding party and the
Mrs. W.F Herlong spent crushed peach qiana gowns. couple's wedding rehearsal immediate families
Putnam, Conn. Maternal
After last week. with Mr and :Mrs The front fell in soft gathers The shaped ; The honored couple
grandparents are Mr. and square
PLUS F.V Herlong in Jacksonville. Mrs. Robert McRae of Starke. from the empire waist; long table was covl'rl'lith white presented gifts, to their
sleeves and neckline
scooped attendants during the
linen cloths. White candles in
Roger Moore As ----e S e e They wore scattered pearl .
crystal!! I holders were placed at eveningffPERSQIilALS
James Bond In Christmas chokers gift from the bride.
The each carried a single long
'THE MAIMWITH F IIappj 2)J'lju..Jno,., stemmed white silk rose
A reception was held in the
THE SALEChristmas kQ 1ew Year Woman's Club of Starke. Mrs. [ I
Mr. and !Mrs Douglas Hazel Hardy greeted guests at
I I Ive. Hardy were Christmas guestsof the door and Miss Denise
Mr\ and Mrs. Franklin Winkler kept the bride's book.
items Hitch in Gainesville. Standing in the receivingline --- ----

Mr and Mrs. James Cash were the bride and groom, Mr. and Mrs David Burn- Lt. Don Thompson of Jack
Sun -Mon 20q. Off and family of Orlando spent the bride's parents and the sed and daughter of Atlanta. sonville NAS left Dec. 23 for
Saturday and Sunday with her groom's mother. Mr. and Mrs Dale Crosby and five months duty in Iceland.
Other items parents. Sen. and Mrs. Centering the cake table son of Orlando and !Miss Ruth Don is the son of Mr and Mrs.
ThE Charley Johns. was a four tiered wedding. Crosby of Gainesville were W.B. Thompson of Silver
10-50 Off cake topped with white weekend guests of their Springs, former Starke
Mrs. E.W. Hayes spent the miniature carnations, baby's parents Mr. and Mrs A.L residents and grandson ofMr
holidays with Mr. and Mrs. breath and ivy-a miniature of Crosby, Jr. .and Mrs Leo Champion of
of J S. Thrasher and family in the bride's bouquet. On either Starke.
1 i f iii rd;( Sylvester, Ga. side of the cake were two five Mr. and Mrs. !Marion
_J branch candelabra which held Harrington of Ormond Beach :Mrs Blanche Otto of
OFt Mr and Mrs. Bobby Welch two epergne arrangements of and Mr. and !Mrs Bill Seminole was weekend guestof
and family of Memphis, Tenn. white miniature carnationsand Harrington of Keystone her sister, Mrs L.A.
PLUS The Magic Needle are visiting her parents, Pro baby's breath. The table Heights were holiday guests of Canova. Joining the family
and Mrs. O.L. Haynes, Jr. this was covered with an imported Mr and !Mrs. C.N. Christy.Mr. Christmas day were Miss
"Smartie Pants'Rated week white French alecon lace cloth Louise Marshman of Jacksonville
1517 Bessent Road 964-6300 964-5149 We Wish You A with. a white underskirt of and Mrs. Irvan Co- :Mrs Cora Marshmanand
R New Year Mrs. Godfrey Hayes of fulton satin. Cutting the cake vington and children of !Mrs Mona Weimer of
Very Happy Gainesville was Monday were. Mrs. Marge McCollumand Gainesville were Christmas Keystone Heights, Mr. and
And A Special visitor of Mrs. E.W. Hayes. Mrs. Harry Gruen.On day guests of his parents, Dr. Mrs Levy Canova of Orange
the punch and coffee and !Mrs A.Y. Covington.Mr. Park, and Mr. and !Mrs
Mr. and Mrs. Donald tables were white chiffon George Canova and Mr. and
ThanksFor Bakken and four children of tablecloths edged in lace. On and Mrs. Ron Kelly and Mrs David Canova of
Breckenridge, Minn. are either side of the stage were family of Temple Terrace and Kingsley Lake and their
A SuccessfulFirst visiting his brother and two baskets of white flowers. Buddy Trawick of Dade City families
{ family, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Presiding at the punch bowls spent the past five days with
Year Bakken and their daughter, were Mrs. R. Franklin Ritch their mother, !Mrs. Jack Mr. and Mrs M.H
Miss Linda Bakken for three and Mrs. Gus Kopelousos. Trawick. Sheppard and sons of

Iff Of Business weeks.. Mrs. Evelyn Hitch poured Brunswick, Ga were Sunday
coffee. Mr. and Mrs. Chan Smith of guests of his mother !Mrs
Mr. and Mrs. David Assisting in serving and Pittiburg Kas. were Sunday Kate Sheppard
Lett's Mendenhall of Stone caring for the guests were guests of Mr. and !Mrs Leo
Mountain Ga. are visiting her Mrs. Charles Darby. Mrs. Champion.Dr. Mr. and !Mrs Frank
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.E, Harry Hatcher, Jr., Mrs Pat Palmer Jr. of Dallas, Texas
Of BeautySue Hardy from Christmas day to Welch Mrs. Ervin Andrewsand visited :Mr and Mrs Frank
& /.I! / today (Thursday). Mrs. J.R. Wainwright and Mrs Barney Palmer. Sr at Kingsley Lake
!McKae, Jr. of Lake City and
:: "- Passing out rice bags were and :Mr and Mrs. Paul G.
'I r-L LoUHampton Mr and Mrs. R.R. Chism Misses Erika and Ahsha Mrs. Marion Conner of Brown from Wednesday to
<:. and son, Robert spent Gruen and Elizabeth and Orlando were Sunday guestsof !MondayMr
; .r- -..--.. Saturday to Monday with Mr. Stephanie Kopelousos.The !Mr and Mrs. !McRae. Sr.

468.1197 and Mrs. Herb Johnson in couple took a wedding : and !Mrs Daniel
\ Tallahassee. trip to South Seas Plantationon Mr. and !Mrs Homer Pearson
of Tyler Texas
Stearns visited his brother in
( Qf .. Captiva Island. visited their parents, Mr and
-law and sister Mr. and Mrs
After December 30 they will Mrs. Bobby Pearson and M rand
,_ t) live at 434 W Jefferson, Apt Marion Etheridge and in Orlandoon !Mrs J.E. Tomhnson last
\\V- JG"Wjthjn 208, in Tallahassee. Saturday Sunday week.


\\'\ 5 Your Mrs. Lila F Shaw of Daytona .

Beach is visiting her son-
.11E EpD .$ Means Now in-law and daughter, Mr and
Gp \\ L Mrs. J E Tomlinson from

Peace Of Mind NOTICEThe !Monday to Thursday.Mrs. .


p \t. \\..\.!.!. Always. Sunday. James to Wednesday Barron spent with

GLyDER&? .LIC Mr. and Mrs. Polo Lacayo in
(
':' Bradford County Sheriff's Tallahassee.

-4nckurwwL f -Monte/ Elizabeth Ann Rowell of
Department is accepting Palatka is visiting her grand-

OR parents, Mr and Mrs F.W.
AR
SMPV. FL P yMp\ Located South of Starke on 301 applications for the position of Strickland this week.


Serving Bradford and Surrounding Mr and Mrs. Henry

.4 oji10: SSARIu Counties. Complete Modern Facility Jailer/Communications Officer. Stefanelli Eve: with Mr.spent and Christmas Mrs. Al'

Serving All Faiths. Stefanelli and Mr and Mrs.
> Apply at Courthouse. For further | Sam Caruso and their familiesin
'N\\J-lI' Jacksonville and Christmasday
/ \\ "Our Goal Is To Be WorthyOf with Mr. and Mrs. Robert

;\ \\\\\ \ \ r- Your Confidence" informatir call 9646280Dolph Stefanelli Gainesville. and family in;



!) ;\ 1.011'I,\!pD150\ r 9645757Doyle E, Reddish, Sheriff ] Mr and Mrs. Benny McRae

luid\ family of Denver, N.C<
M. Archer Archie M.-Tanner I were Friday Monday! guesti
of his mother, !Mrs Elva

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County Commissioner Hazel Paulk Work Set :I I M
Plenty Of For Boards In 1977
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I lines WhiCh allow groundwater
To State CommitteeBradford there has been no indication at Hampton was the first in from reaching a fire on the come under serious discussionby to infiltrate the sewer
: Appointed Ag when this will start. the county the state closed east side of town. this year's council, as will system and dilute the
The County presently has no under its new pollution control One possibility Is a one-lane another traffic problem. US- treatment at the sewerage
ordinance road under the 301 in front of the Bradford
County r ,,' regulating strip regulations. emergency plant because the volume of
Commissioner Hazel Paulk mining but one will be embankment of Alligator Square Shopping Mall Is the water Is too much for the plantto

was recently appointed to the .. required by the time the BVDGETTROUBLE Creek as it passes under the site of numerous accidents, handle.
State Association of County comprehensive plan is The county may also find trestle by US-301. For the fire and many frustrated The city must still use liquid
Commissioners' Agriculture completed, Gaines predicts. itself in some budget troublein problem, a station on the east motorists trying to make a left chlorine in the water at the
Committee by Association Gaines still feels such a law is 1977. In last fall's budget side of town has been turn from the mall and head plant to attempt to bring it to

Executive Director E.R. a necessity. session, the county discussed, and it may be back into town. the required 97 percent free
Hafner. commission was forced to included in a discretionary from impurities. S.R. Hicks,
Commissioner Paulk's GARBAGE PROGRAM take $131,000 from carryover block grant application filed CITY SEWERS superintendent of streets and
appointment marks the first 1977 will still find the Brad- funds to balance its $1.7 by the city. The city continues to water, said the plant has been
time a woman has been ford County commission being million budget.Having Both situations are likely to contend with leaking sewer presently getting from 90 to 92

named to the State pushed by the Department of used up its reserves, percent of the impurities from
Association of County Environmental Regulation to the board will probably haveno the water.

Commissioners' Agriculture step up completion of the alternative but to raise BCII Auditor Recommends The leaks in the system
Committee. county's solid waste disposal taxes next year. A tax hike have been located but as yet

Among the first .J; system was probably only avoided they have not been fixed, the
responsibilities CommissionerPaulk Two landfill sites have this year because three of the Tightening Collection Policy"People city has planned on using partof
will have with the state- already been completed and five commissioners were the grant money that has
wide committee will be the are operational. The $25,000 running for reelection.The are taking to be found, said Crippen.If been applied under Public
preparation of prefiled legis- County Commissioner Hazel Paulk recently named to the dumpster site in Lawtey went county will also be advantage of you," Bradford an installment agreementhas Law 92-5000. the Water
lation for association consideration State Association of County Commissioners Agriculture into operation last spring and working on establishing hospital board trustees were been reached, Crippensaid Pollution Control amendmentof
of interest to the Committee, proudly displays the Amaryllis Lillles. or the second one, in Brooker, priorities for resurfacing told by auditor A.H. Crippen on failure to pay, an 1972. The 201 Plan
state's farmers. Bills drawnsup Christmas Flowers, she grew from bulbs for this holiday season. was completed in the fall. county roads in 1977 (see Tuesday night in a special orderly series of duns wouldbe encompasses the entire city of
by the committee, and Mrs. Paulk presented one of the lillies, with eight-Inch blooms The next step for the county related story elsewhere in meeting of the financial sent until payments are Starke plus an area 8,000 feet
ratified by the association to the County Clerk's office In memory of her late husband, is completion of arrange- today's Telegraph). committee. current or suit is brought. outside the present city limits.Of .
membership, will be introduced Dave Paulk. ments for acquiring land on Crippen suggested that Crippen recommended that the $2.5 million dollar
to the state which to build the final three CITY BUDGETIt collection procedures be new collection policies be set grant the city has already
legislature during its next session. vironment, with a constant compacting and dumping is likely that the City of instituted to enable the up after checking the wordingof received some $39,000 in
The Agriculture Committeeis room temperature of 70 facilities. Starke will continue to have hospital to collect long letters to be sent with planning funds under the
scheduled to meet in degrees and an exacting sun- First priority among the budget problems highlightedby overdue accounts. He said an hospital attorney Richard program that will bring the
Tallahassee in January for the light requirement, for proper three sites is the Brownlee the amount of money outstanding outpatient Welty. The board took the city sewer into compliancewith

;W /jou..Know/ purpose of drawing up the bloom. Evidence of Mrs. Road section where the cump, needed to operate the city balance of $162,000 has as an recommendation under state and federal
proposed bills. An association Paulk's "green thumb" and the last in the county, on SR- power plant. average balance $75. advisement. pollution-control standards.

Mr. and Mrs. Robson meeting is set for March in patience is found In the 229 near the Union County line The power supply remains While acknowledging "it is
Duffy brilliant eight-inch blooms has been set for closing. The divided in two directions with
Tampa, where the full more difficult to collect your
and Miss
Jacksonville Beverly spent Christmas Eggers of membership will act on thecommittee's currently adorning the plants.In county is also looking for landin the city power plant providingsome money these days," and that Man Injure d In Cycle-
day with their Mr. proposed memory of her late hus- that section for a compactorsite. and the remainder being Bradford County does have a
parents,
band, Commissioner Paulk from Florida
legislation. Bills, prepared by purchased high unemployment rate
and Mrs. B.J. Also
Eggers. recently presented one of her The county has received Power and Light.
the Agriculture Committeeand Crippen said, "folks are
Jacksonville.visiting was David Byers of approved by association three flowering Amaryllis permission from the City of The city pays FPL around ignoring( statements and notpaying. Car Acci e:nt Herep.m.
membership, will be sub- Lillies to the County Clerk's Starke to locate dumpster on 2.66 cents per kilowatt-hour /'
mitted to state legislators in office. the Old Lawtey Road at the for that supply, while it costs Crippen suggested that
Local admittances
to "He spent a great deal of his site of the old city dump. the 3.41
April. city cents to producethe accounts receivable Raiford December 19, when a car
Bradford this A
28-year-old man
County Hospital time with the people in theclerk's There will also be a itself.
Commissioner Paulk'srecent be
week include Lonnie L. power statements sent out each hospitalized and is driven by Virginia B. Johns,
: remains
Fullwood Mrs. Lois Thigpen, appointment as the office, Mrs. Paulk compactor site built at For a period of five years month to all patients and after scheduled to undergo knee 45, of Starke, pulled out of a
Smith Mrs. Linda first woman named to the says of her husband's close Hampton. Hampton residentsnow the production of electricity three dun letters are sent in the future private drive onto US 301,
Dennis association with the people of have to travel to the main has jumped 100 while surgery near
is
Thomas, Mrs. Jessie Mae Agriculture Committee the percent bring suit to recover monies following a car-motorcycle crossing the path of Shuford'smotorcycle
latest in a long series of firsts Bradford County in landfill on SR-100 near the costs for fuel rose more owed. A mechanical way of ,
Ethel which occurred
Fowler and Mrs. Fair- accident lust
for the Bradford announcing her plans to pre Keystone Heights. The dump than 200 percent. In 1976 the out the
cloth of Starke Leon Watersof County native sending increase in south of Starke in the evening Shuford, traveling at an
;
Raiford Mrs. Severina Mrs. Paulk, one of 19 sent the early Christmas gift. city spent $239,000 more than forms and letters would have hours of Sunday. Dec. 19. estimated speed of 50 mph,
; commissioners !Mrs. Paulk's unusual had been budgeted and part of unable
women county Fire was to stop and was
of Graham and Mrs. Destroys
Selma Broglio Williams ; of Lake state-wide, is also the first occupation, ability, talent and the additional cost included COOKING Kenneth Wayne Shuford, of thrown 32 feet, landing on the
woman to serve as chairmanof personality has drawn the equipment necessary to hook Rt. 1 Box 143, Raiford has median strip, when his motor-
Geneva.Mr. the Bradford County attention of an area feature Truck, Hurts 3A up with FPL power supple- remained hospitalized at cycle collided with the Johns

and Mrs. Richard Reid Agriculture Committee. writer, noted author and radio ment and the cost of new Jacksonville Baptist vehicle, a 1968 Ford sedan.

and daughter, Leslie and Alan County Agent Bobby Taylor personality Eloise C. Hen- pick up truck was vehicles for the utility BrilliantlyHELPFUL ) Hospital since the December Investigating officer D.L.

of Fort Lauderdaleand says Commissioner Paulk has derson. destroyed and three people department.The accident.. lie is scheduled to Roberts, of the Florida High-
Harrison
Tommy Harrison of served as local agriculture Mrs. Henderson, host ofGainesville's slightly injured in a flash fire city commission had to IDEAS undergo knee surgery when way Patrol, charged Mrs.

Waco, Texas were Thursdayto committee chairman in a WDVH Radio Tuesday afternoon at 3:25: cash in savings of around Cooking with wine not only multiple abrasions sustained, Johns with failure to yield the
Sunday guests of Mr. and "very active" capacity in fur mid-day show ""Beautiful p.m. at Pinehurst Grocery on $200,000 accumulated over 16 adds a festive air to a meal and in the wreck have healed. right of way. and issued a
thering local agriculture People Over 50, plans to SR 100. years to cover the improves the taste of the food it Shuford was northbound on second citation at the scene to
Mrs. A.S. Harrison.
programs, and is actively in- feature Commissioner Paulkin The driver of the 1964 overspending, but obviously also helps tenderize the meat. his two-week-old 1976 Honda !Mrs.Johns for driving with an
volved with the various as- a January show. Chevrolet pickup, Linda Gail cannot do this every year. Wine can be used in every motorcycle shortly before 7 expired auto tag.I8PIN .
Mrs. 1'.1' Long spent
Wednesday to Sunday with pects of the county's agri- The author of seven books, Starling, 18, Rt. 1 Box 288, This basic revenue problem is part of n party You can make -
culture including five volumes expected to be one of the city's cocktails, hors
community, including Starke, had just bought $2 wine serve wine
Mr. and
her son and family,
and the local fair dealing with Florida's out most difficult problems in d'oeuvres
Mrs. Dave Long in Coral youth groups dollars worth of gasoline when appeti/ers, soups,
association. standing women, Mrs. 1977. Biilad dressing main
dishes
she said she was getting readyto
Springs.Mrs. Recently, CommissionerPaulk Henderson is a past presidentof start the motor and it blew vegetables and! desserts! T
McGriff Sr. initiated an annual cash the National League of TRAFFIC PROBLEMS:
G.J.
spentthe award local American Pen Women. up.The Several traffic problemsface
holiday with Mr. and Mrs. to outstanding driver and occupants kFow CarpetingKEN
McGriff, Jr. and family in youths engaged in agriculture Melody Rose Starling, 7, and the city in 1977. City
Gainesville.Mrs. studies. The Dave Paulk SR-16 <( Memorial Award is to be pre- only slightly injured and takento about traffic problems caused Yeapr
sented annually to two out have 54 4 miles of roads addedto Bradford County Hospitalby by the location of the \\eW
Carrie Ritch had as standing Future Farmer of the 140.8 miles that are an individual that was on Seaboard Coast Line railroad,
visitors during the holidays: America students. Mrs. already maintained by the the scene. They were treated which lies between the county *
!Mrs. George Bennett of Paulk set the local award in county at a cost that is and released. hospital and the main traffic

Orlando Mr. and Mrs. honor of her late husband a estimated to exceed $125,000 The truck owned by WilliamS. corridor, US-301, for several KEN TEAL _'__" _L'-

Hamilton Ritch and daughter, long term Bradford County yearly. Starling was a total loss. veers. but so far nothing has .
of Gainesville Mr.
Deedee been
done. In the
Commissioner. According to a report this do 1975
pre- Fire officials at time
and Mrs. R.S. Glines, Mrs. MRs. Paulk's list of firsts pared by the University of not know what caused the Comprehensive Plan, it was
Thelma Mendoza and Dr. and
also includes named the noted that this situation
being
Florida under the
supervision truck to catch fire. The fire
:Mrs. T.G. Ritch and son, first woman to chair the "creates a potential for
of the North Central Florida department was able to put
of Jacksonville Mr. "
David county volunteer fire department Regional Planning Council the without tragedy. STOCK-DYED?
the fire out with water
and :Mrs. Tom G. Hitch Jr. of
and the first woman county in the past, has paid damage toany other property.On In addition, the city's only SPACE-DYED?
Pensacola, Mr. and Mrs.
fire station is located the
awarded a contract locally by the Department of Sunday a carburetor on
Steve Tilley of Tallahasseeand E.I. DuPont. The DuPont con- Transportation (DOT) over caught fire on Pine Street and west side of the tracks, Oftentimes a carpet r
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Dowelsof
tract was awarded for land $80,000( yearly to maintain the firemen dispatched to the creating another potential salesman will tell you 4 Thi R gAI ,
Detroit, Mich. clearing and road building to secondary road system in the scene were able to put the fire tragedy should a fire truck that this is a "space- I _:
!Mrs. Paulk, who operates a county. Under the state's five- out quickly The carburetorwas ever be prevented by a train dyed" carpet, or that the _
and Mr
!Mrs. Anne Gruen
heavy equipment constructionfirm. year plan DOT will turn backto the oniy damage. fibers in the carpet are k. rM'fR.rrtCat7ltharzyscA
and :Mrs. Emilo Guerro of "
the counties roads that have Wednesday morning, 9:35: "stock.cfyed. Just what iaact,,'
Miami were weekend guestsof In addition, !Mrs. Paulk been designated as "primary fireman were called to I Dr. R.E. DopsonCHIROPRACTOR does he mean? He is
Dr and :Mrs. Gruen.
Harry chairs the Bradford County simply referring to the
mileage in rural areas. Such Diane's Beauty Shop 138 N.
Courthouse Grounds and Interior roads will be reclassified as St. check method of dyeing the
Water to a burning
!Miss Tia Texas Thornton and of Committee, the county "secondary mileage" and are coffee pot. No fire equipmentwas 864 Suite C N. 301 fibers in the carpet.Stock.dyed .
Gary
Arlington commission's committee for primarily the responsibility of needed the melted pot 9-BDally carpet
of Fort Worth. Texasare
Osborn
the county library the Crosby the county. fibers are those which are
was unplugged.
holiday guests of Mr. and Lake Cemetery Board, the The roads being consideredfor 964-8018 dyed before the yarn is

Mrs. Vernie Thornton civil defense building deletion from the primary spun On the other hand + r
committee, the local CUBB system in Bradford Countyare spacedyeing is a process
Mr. and Mrs. Oler Crosby of agency and the county fair State Roads 18. 21, 221, whereby different colorsare
Fort Myers spent Saturdayand association. 227; State Road 16 from the DeWitt C.JonesFuneral printed along the
Sunday with her parents, Appointment to the tate Union County line to Starke; length of the yarn beforeIt
Mr. and :Mrs. George Huggms. committee on agriculture was and SR-225 from the Clay I is tufted Into the carpet.

far from haphazard !Mrs. County line to SR-16, for a I 'Spaced-dyed carpets are GOODLUCKTo
!Mr and :Mrs. Robert W. Paulk's background in agriculture total of 54.5 miles. HomeSTARKE 'usually' three-colored,
Milner Sr and sons of includes seminar Pittman for 16 and quite beautiful.See .

Tallahassee and grand studies at the University of counties, said planner"it is the intentof us when you want All Our Friends
mother :\lrs.o arl Brown of Florida and a life-long the state to return the roadsto lovely carpet. Look over

:Madison were Saturday and association with farming.Mrs. the counties In good KEYSTONE ouwide selection. Not Customers and Coffee Drinkers
Sunday guests of:Mr. and Mrs. Paulk's high school condition." The five year plan only do we have space-

!Mark :Milner at Kmgsley years were spent living on a will include resurfacing of 964-6200 473-3176 dyed and stock-dyed
Lake. They were joined by farm in Bradford County, and those roads that need work before carpets but many other
Mr and :Mrs. Robert W. she later taught agriculture county takeover. carpets featuring

Milner. Jr. of Starke. studies in the county school The redesignation of RENTALS additional' dyeing

Mrs. J.H. Kite spent system. secondary roads to the methods. THE BRANDING IRONFelix
counties will allow the DOT to
Tuesday to Sunday with Mr. While no longer engaged in place more primary mileage Hospital Beds Wheel Chairs Teal TiIeCarpet
and :Mrs Ralph Collins in and Betty Sullivan
large scale farming as an in urban areas that generatethe
Pelham Ga. They visited occupation, Mrs. Paulk maintains greatest amounts of tax & Crutches ;
Ga. during the
Plains a close association with revenue while staying below 964.7618
weekend the soil through hobbies in the legislative ceiling. This 964-7423 StarKe Fla

gardening and cultivating cap, presently at 11,130 miles
0 L. Beasley and Mrs.
:Mrs flowering plants. statewide is expected to be t
J.W. Kincaid spent Thursday Recently. CommissionerPaulk reduced to 10.00O miles.
to Monday with :Mrs. CC added the fickle
A study by Wilbur Smith
Hoppe in Tampa. Amaryllis Lilly, or and Associates on the highway
"Christmas Flower" to her needs of Starke in the next 25
Mrs. Clyde B. Terwillegar. list of gardening years estimated that the
Jr. spent Christmas with her A winter /iiL
accomplishments. urban area would 3.7
family. :Mr and Mrs. JamesMcKay the Amaryllis require
flowing plant
miles of minor arterials and
Truluck, Mr. and Mrs. Lilly requires near constant 59 miles of collector streets !:
Col.
Frank :Mebane, Jr. and attention for proper bloom. for a total of $4,135,000
and Mrs. James H Dyson in Grown from a bulb the flower (including nghts-of-way and
Sanford. demands a controlled en
construction costs)..
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Local students receiving '-
0
degrees from the University
+ r.w1s
of Florida. on Dec. 11 were; t r. .PsS

Janine Gay Sellers. BAE; hl 'J
Mary Anne Bernadatte Ward. ;

BAART: Cynthia Mitchell
llardee BAE. Loris Anderson
Meece: BA; Robert Ellis

Smith. Jr.. BSA Raymond D.
Massey, Jr. BAE; Richard j)
Harvey Stauffer. MA.

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r One oaitiiciiaaoooooo child to another, as POTTING POLAROID
they listen to political I 57 $ K66
f1W candidate on TV: "I'm only $1
seven years old and I'm FILM
already sick of politics." SL
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Man to friend: "After TG&Y MR.
three sets of clubs and ten
years of lessons ]Km finally
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IUM Sli.Vt.tHll;; ) apartment complex on SK-IOO just west of cuPS.pO.O.M53C FACIAL TG&Y OR
the Slarke cilv hunts are .being built by D.S. & N. Developers of 200
( .lit......\ill,'. Extension: of utilities to the apartment complex
drew opposition from area residents who opposed| l the apart. Ask TISSUE Ct.' OO
iiicnls goiii)! up on site. The length> controversy ended only
\\III'lIlhel'it commission was threatened, with the possible loss Charley
of a"',h'ralltrant if it refused service to the complex, .
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dential constructioncosts
was 184
percent. In 1972 TG&Y HI-DRI

alone, building costs '
increased 9 percent. I PAPER
wonder if people A A
have increased their NAPKINS 37 CSA

property insurance to TOWELS Off
.. cover the replace-
ment value of their
property in case of
Jackson Building Supplv |Inc has put over $IIHI.IIIHI) Into its! major destruction?"
new complex.,lIl S. till south of!Starke Alligator Creek. The
firm plans to mine into its new 17,:!'iHi square feet of office and ,
,1..rag"'I'.I shortly after the first of the year. JOHNS.hurlf; AGENCY> 1:. ON LfW(]] 1Gd


131 S WALNUT ST STARKE

Si 16 (;'onslriiriion Starts ... PHONE 964.5070 HEAVY WEIGHT

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ji'i'l t to spruce up I he.old Ito ad BATH TOWELS PILLOWCASES
fonl ('''11111\.' courthouse! w..icumplftcd The Auto ClinicGrand
inuKiist The
vsork involved M.iliilmnn thet. (
.,Icrmroflhebutdmg I which Opening
was declared .111 ollu-ial \ ? Spec>a\\
Hii'cnlennuil I historical,I kind- Special
mark The projitt was undertaken o$2 purchase, $157pa
Hi-l.ine ConstructionCompany
( by Tune Up
of HolhU-hfin. :N II ,,,
ill the request ol the Kr.idlonl.
('nun ly Histoncul Board of 4 CyI Cars 19"
Trusttsovners propertyJackson, nt tht-courthouse 6 Cfl. Cars '24"

Kiiilclnm Supply onLS,3o1 8 Cfl. Cars '29" SAX [ ] IT
: south put upftiio.iiiiii' innew
cotLstruetion 1 luring 1 hiTii.including .
.">.;!UII) left of displayand The Above Includes Valve Adj. Trimming
(illice areas, and I I2.INHI of Adj. Points Set Carb. Points Plugs
storage sheds' In addition the
entire inside of the existing, CondenserOffer
building ill the site has ln-en
renovated Expires Jan 15, 1977 TWIN SHEETS FULL SHEETS

Home building, was also Wt Pi Prr.atIv9 MiMtMMi Ffril|* AM PtMiitUAlii
noticeably on the increase in
I'JTli! in all areas of the county Fltil. MilrtMMCi' Briku TIM UM Ourkatd9.
In 1\7\' ;). the county issued 112 Hrs 8.5 5 Days 435 Madison AveItour
permits for single! family Special $ O 6 6
dwellings and 2:12: permits for :: --
mobile! homes A year later sW $347PUfcnase
PUfCnase
those figures had ,lumped toI '
I 1111 permits' for single, family z-___ -f--- Ea. Ea.Page" .
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I September Land SalesLand ,. ws


sales I in Bradford Gerald E. and Betty J. T6S R22E for $4,600. Tracy H. and Betty A. Kinsey, yv
County during the month of Brown to Carl) A. and GladysL. F. Brooks Herman and W. two parcels of land in Sec. 19,
October dipped below the $1 Francis, lot 3 of Block 3, Wade Baty (McMeekin Land T7S R22E for $100.
million mark for the first time Pinehaven subdivision in Sec. Developers) to Orvis J. and Elva G. and Arvis C Kirkland -
since July totaling $858,497 29, T6S, It22E for 16000. Amalija N. Fairbanks and lots 25, 26, 27, and 28,
for the month. Djura D. Novak land in the Woodlawn Sec. 16, TSS R22E
Geneva Lake Estates to
Act V Corporation, Gainesville Point SEV of the SEV4 of Sec. 28, for 3483. !
of the Woods Construction +
to Ruby Mae TSS R21E for Federal Savingsand lr
Fisher lot Co. lot 16 Oaks 6300. Guaranty f s
14 in Williams subdivision for Keystone Point of the Woods Loan Association to ArvisC.
for $3onu..
19400. Construction Co. to George W. and Julia Mae Kirkland, a )
Mamie Davis to Cecil A. and Paul C, and Rose Babyar to and Cheryl Bedingfield. lot 43, portion of lot 28, Sec. 16 of ,, v t i
Dorothy Hamilton Maddox John Joseph arid Barbara Keystone Oaks for $39,500. Woodlawn for 13500.
five acres in sec. 35, T5S Jane ftll\Vekl a parcel of landin Cleone N. Dowling to Guy S. Betty Wells to Bradford
R22E for $5,166. the NVi of the NWV4 of the Devono and John M. Devono, County lot 12 and thenortherly /
Robert L. and Mary A. SWV4 of Sec 20 '7S, R22E for lots 5 and 6, Block 2, Dowling 17 feet of lot 13 in
Brown to Harlan W. and 37000. subdivision for 3500. block 14 of Livingston Truby
Juanita J. Armentrout a Bobby Wayne and JoAnn Keystone Developers of and Co.'s Addition to the Cityof .
parcel of land lying in the W'A' Reddish Johnson to Roland V. Bradford to Arthur L. and Starke for $100. -
of the SE'':i of the SW 'IOf( Sec. Murwin. Jr. and Marlene: R. Lois P. Reed lot 13, Block 2, Elna H. and Fred A. Phillipsto
II, T6S R22 E for $23,000. Murwin. the southern 13 acresof Keystone Club Estates for Helen Jacks lots 9 and 10 of
the western 'i of the NWV4 4300. block 30 of Blanton's Additionto -- 'l
Wade F. Brooks Baty (Herman McMeekin and Land W of the )NE 14 in T6S R21E for J. Brooks Brown to George Hampton for $6,200. ,..
12000. W. and Cheryl Bedingfield lot Joseph W. and Sandra '
Developers), to
Thomas
H. Wilson W. and Jewel D. and EffieH.
and Judith T. 43 Keystone Oaks for 2900. Crawford to John H. -
Waters land in Arnett to WilliUm L. and J. Brooks Brown to J.E. and Davis land lying in Sec. 17,
the NE+ of the
NEb of
: Sec. Joyce Cochran lot 36, Block A R22E for
T6S, 21000.
22, T6S, R21E for Rebecca Jean Bonner lot 17, It
$8.000. of Cypress Beach for i7ooo.. Keystone Oaks for $3,500.F. Floyd J. and Sarah Putneyto r I
Jacques R. and Mary Gene D, Adams to Dennis K. Carl lot 2 of t
Frances Brooks Herman and W. McKinley. .J. .t
Caldwell .
W.E. and Ellen E. to Herbert and Janet A. Hall tract l-C of Wade Baty (McMeekin Land block 2, Lawtey for 8000. 1\\ : d t'l I r
Bergob, lot -
35 of Smokerlse Mount Pleasant on Silver Developers) to Jimmy and F. Brooks Herman and W. } :
subdivision
Lake for $27,000. Waldo to L. and \ ',:.
for $3,400. Joyce Faye Alvarez land in Baty Stephen .
Mary B. Hickman Rufus R. and Irene M. the SEV4 of the SEV4 of Sec. 28, Mittie J. Crews land in the r.. ..:.ii
Frederick to Humphries to Stevenson TSS R21E for $5,100. NE'/4 of the NEIl: and in the ,i I'j'1 '''"\\I
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Flakes a parcelof Construction\ Company Inc., F.R. and Lorine Friese to SE'/4 of the NEV4 of Sec. 22, ,
land in Block A of Mt. lots 15 and 16 Block 5, South- R21E for ,, .if w :+110'.r-ar4//.' "
Barbara Friese Mitin land in T6S 8000. -- --- "-- -- -" -- -- -
2250.Pleasant on Silver Lake for gate subdivision; in Sec. 33.IrS the NEV'4 of the SWV4 of Sec. William A. Andrews to Among the 17 students to earn straight A's for the second six(, Davis Dwayne Baldwin and Ruth llazen.
18 T7S, R22E for 6000. Clyde Terwillegar block 29 of weeks ut Bradford High are: Standing Joey Riggs, Michelle Gullion Carolyn Roller Mimi
Paul L. Crawford III and the J.G. Alvarez addition to Kneeling II-r| ) Kathy Teston. Pam Tucker Beth Davis Diane Scott Susan Edwards. Guy llammon. and Betsy Yawn. I
Kathleen Ann Crawford to Starke for $17.000.]

Bernice Epps, land in the EVfe Gilbert Q. and Louie Bell -. -
of the SEV4, of Sec. 36, TSS Crosley to Warren E. and Ida
R21E for 4400. M. Bishop land in Sec. 7, T7S 17 Earn :Straight-A's At BHS I
F. Brooks Herman and W. R22E for 3000.
Wade Baty (McMeekin Land James E. and Margie
Developers) to M.R. and Griffis to Dale Gene and Seventeen of Bradford High Nancy Hildreth daughter of Juniors receving all A's Moore Esther Robinson
Frances E. Davis lot 9, Whis- Louise Marie Hodges land in School's 1.200 students 1.4 !Mr. and !Mrs. Herbert L. are: Janice Slocum Briar Pa tray,
pering Pines Estates for Woodlawn, Sec. 13, TSS R22E percent earned straight A's Hildreth of Kingsley Lake; Michelle Gullion daughterof Tonya Patrick Lynn Pierce
3100. for 7000. for the second six weeks Vocabulary-Grammar Review Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Gullion Patricia Rowe Mark Sapp
Leon M. and Harold K. Hazel Thomas to Percy and grading period which ended Trigonometry BiologyII of Lawtey. Her subjects are Anna Sellers and William
Norman to L.M. Norman Jr., Marie Gardner, land in the Nov. 20.The and Applied Math. Trigonometry, Chemistry Smith.
one acre in Woodlawn subdivision NWVi,.: of the NEU of Sec. 29, senior class placed the Cassandra Johnson, Research in Creative Writing JUNIORS on the A-B Honor
Sec. 30, TSS R22E for T7S R22E for $500. most students on the all-A daughter of Mrs. Bertha Drama and Office Aide. Roll are:
8000. James L. and Shirley Neill roll: twelve. The freshman Johnson of Lawtey; Teacher's Carolyn Roller daughter of Matthew Box John Cooper
Harold K. Norman to L.M. Andrews to Gerald Griffis lot and junior classes had two Aide Vocabulary-Grammar Mr. George Roller. Her Lynn Dyal Tracy Kelly
Norman Jr. and Sandra 4 of block 2, Eastwood subdivision students each on the list. Onlyone Review Advanced Physical subjects are Chemistry Calculus Charles Register Linda
Norman a portion of the lots T6S R22E for $500; lot sophomore received all Education Applied !Math and American History Richardson, Priscilla
) 10 and 11 lying north of the 4 of block 1 for $1,683; lot 9 of Spanish II. Biology II and Vocabulary- Stalnaker Sony Tenly and
county graded road Sec. 30, block 2 for$1,700; lot 7 of block A's.Seniors receiving straightA's Steven Moran son of Mr. Grammar Review. Donna Thornton.
HAPPY TSS R22E for 11000. 1 for$1,600; and lot 8 of block 2 and their subjects are: and Mrs. Gerald Moran of SOPHOMORES: on the A-B
McMeekin Land Developersto for 1600. Beth Davis daughter of Mr. Kingsley Lake; Vocabulary- The sophomore receivingall list are:
NEW Robert and Anna L. Muir, Walter Williams and Sons, and !Mrs James Davis of Grammar Review, Driver A's is Jerald Dwayne Tenna Arnold Todd
lot 1,Whispering Pines estatesfor Inc. Thomas J. and Betty L. Theressa: Vocabulary- Education and two Physicial Baldwin son of Mr. and Mrs. Ashlme Julia Chambers,
YEAR 3100. Scala land in the SW'4 of the Grammar Review ShorthandII Education courses. Jerald Baldwin of Starke. His Deborah Craig Phyllis Davis
L Myrtle H. McKinney to SWV4,: of Sec. 35, TSS R22E for Applied Math Biology II Mimi Scott daughter of Mr. subjects are Math Analysis Elizabeth Dyal Tracy
TIME Vincent J. and Patricia 9700. ., and Intermediate Typing. and Mrs. J.L. Scott of Physical Education George, Marc' Goodge
Spengler lot 6, block 2, White Walter Williams and Sons Diane Davis daughter of Lawtey; !Math Analysis.VocabularyGrammar Chemistry I, Biological Cynthia Gornto Mont me
Acres Sec. 28, T6S R22E for Inc. to Leonard A. and CarrieF. :Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Davis of Review Science Curriculum Study Gravel, Cynthia Griffith
TO WISH YOU A 4000. Clark land in the N\V. of Starke; Shorthand II, TypingII Payroll Clerk Speech and Beginning Typing, Harriet Hamm Melanie
Ossie Wynn H.C. Wynn and the SEV4 of Sec. 35, TSS R22E and Office Aide. Humanities and Spanish II. Freshmen receiving all A's Morrie Douglas Reddish
We wish you Lossle Wynn Daugherty to for 9400. Susan Edwards daughter of Kathy Tetson daughter of are: Lori Shinn Marvin Tyson
Alvin Sweat one acre in the Morton H. Teller and AnneP. William' II. Edwards of !Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Tetson of Joseph N. Riggs son of Mr. John Valmski David Varnes
the best. HIPPY OT YEAR! NEV4, of the NWV4, of Sec. 11, Teller to Mary E. Wallace Kingsley Lake; Calculus, Lawtey; Typing III, and Mrs. Donald A. Riggs of Irene Wainwright, Sylvan
very TVS, R21E for 2000. lot 34 of Geneva Lake Estatesfor Vocabulary-Grammar Review Vocabulary-Grammar Review Starke. His subjects are Williams Donald Wilson
Ossie Wynn and H.C. Wynnto $100.J. Humanities and Shorthand II, Office Spanish I, Algebra I, Modern Kelly Woodham Brian
J0(JUWLU 1V] 0 Lossie Wynn Daugherty 19 Brooks Brown to Point of Physics. Procedure Bookkeepping II Science Civics and Whitney Kim Morrison and
Eloise'sCeramics acres in the northern /4 of the the Woods Construction Co., Ruth- Hazen, daughter of and Cheerleader Aide. Literature. Pamela J. Stalnaker.
NWV4 of Sec. 11,R21E for $100. lot 11 of Keystone Oaks for Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hazen of Pam Tucker daughter of Lila E. (Beth) Yawn FRESHMEN: on the A-B list
[!J' J1J] H.C. Wynn and Lossie Wynn 3000. Starke; Typing; III. Office Neil Tucker of Starke; daughter of Mrs. Lila Rae are:
Daugherty to Ossle Wynn two Leila Brymar to Frank. Aide Shorthand I, Office Progjcedure Applied Math Vocabulary- Yawn of Starke Her subjectsare Michael Akridge Johnnie
r : acres in Sec. 11, R21E for $100.H. Baker H acre in the SE Biology Ilapd Applied Grammar Review Algebra II, Band Speech Bell Retania Coleman. Sarah
"t ( 11130 OWNED & OPERATED Coburn and Peggy L. corner of the SWU of then) ;'Math Chemistry Algebra II and Modern Science--.Civics. and" FauLk David Fussell
Rain to Ervin S. and Gloria NWV4 of Sec. 21, T6S R22E for' Ellen George daughter of Intermediate Typing. Physicial Education. Timothy Gissy, Cynthia
473-4470 Hwy 21 & 100 bv\ Eloise Goodman Triest lot 13, Indian Beach 1500. Mr. and Mrs. William Georgeof Guy Hammon son of Mrs. Green Sharon Green
515 Alton Rd. 964-5602 Unit 13 for 26666. George H. Masters to Starke: Math Analysis Toby O'Neal of Starke; four SENIORS on the A-B Honor Catherin Grider. Regina
Keystone Heights Wayne and Carol Kinsey to Ernest I. Benton and Joan E. Chemistry! Vocabulary and units of drafting. Roll are: Holmes Janice Jockel
I Benton land in Sec. 27. TfiS MUSIC rneory. Michelle Arroway Ann Leonard Johnson. Cindy
I
'. R22E for 16000. Allen Anna Alvarez Kenneth Jordan Teresa Knepper
Baily B. and Evelyn D. Unique Attempt To Remedy Eaily A cox, Thomas Carey Sherri James Luke John Miller.
Walling to Duane Marshall Chandler, Pamela Chapman Tieng H. Nguyen Terri
3.36 acres in Sec. 3, TbS R22E Wanda Green Rhonda (Beth) Patray. Deborah Rat-
r rrf\ :! for 7250. Childhood Programs Being Made By Harrell Fayon Hawkins liff. Sherrie Shinn Richard

; ;; i :" Clayton H. Manning to \\asicel Hines Karen Howe, Smith Catheryne Smith
.. : : William F. and Marion E. B-'I iiidunce Clinic With Day Camp Joy Maines Lynn Moxley William Thomas and Pamela

.... .:::.....';'. ;;:..,:-:....:.;: ,: :,," .::.:-: :-.' Wheelers R22E for 6500.land in Sec. 12, TSS Steven Earnest, Donna Underhill.


': ;if fr rfMjHim( :!; ;; ? :: phone Kitchens Carl of L. the Johns to Continental South and Robert Inc?Tele-partof L Clinic behavior Bradford-Union A unique to problems attempt remedy in Guidance children by early the Dr.Veterans behavior intensive!Mark through Administration and Goldstein caring a long effort of term Hospital the"- BMS Honor Roll I


...................,........\...,..,.,' ".''.',... ..' Block B, Jones Addition to ages 7-12 has been given top in Gainesville
F. 1. .::_::;;}:: ;.::. Starke for $55.000. priority for funding by the comments.The None of the 735 students at Robert Marion Starling. Daryl
.. ..I. Juvenile Delinquency Task $21,000 proposal which Bradford Middle School Lee Thornton and Lynn
Ott Corporation of Keystone Force of Region III North now goes to Tallahassee for earned straight-A's during the Marie Wallace.
Heights to Hector L. and VeraE. Central Florida Regional final approval would allow for second six weeks grading Eighth graders on the A-B
Ownbey a parcel of land in Planning Council. an additional dimension for period in comparison with six honor roll are: Frances
Sec. 12, T9S R22E lot 20. 'w The therapeutic day camp. family involvement through students for the first six Annette Austin. Charlene
II\\p--\ ridge unit number 6)) for Camp Quiet Thunder has family counseling and parent weeks. Mary Beam. Vaunda Lynn
: .?. $2,800; lot 19 of no. 7 for been in existence for two training. It is expected that Students on the A-B honor Brown Terrilm Cone.
$10.666; lot 11 of no. 7 for summers and had had 40 the positive change in roll for the 7th grade are: Rebecca Leigh Cooper Diane
s $3,000; and lot 15 of no. 7 for children picked by local behavior will be strengthenedat Wilbur Drew Andrews Jr., Mane Culbert. Doyce Dean
9333. school for those sessions. home and the clinic staff Tina Marie Best Diane Young Griffis David :Michael
4.I + will follow up the children and Bizier Vicki Lynn Carver Harper Joseph :Michael
i1: sI Alston C. Pooscr to John J. "The therapeutic day camp their families through the Lourdes Maria Castenada Herres Carol Lucile Hildreth.
and Carol A. Pooser three proposal is one of the first year. Donna Mischell demons, Karen Annette Holtz Michael
: acres in the NE'4 of the SW'4of efforts I have known which Dennis Michael Chesser William Jordan :Melissa Ann
it: ,.' ; Sec. 31, T7S R22E for $100. earnestly deals with the long Rebecca Lynn Cooney James Mayo Elizabeth Marlene
1 r } >!i Eugene F. Shaw and John term destructive habit \ssorted size Index card file Scot Craft Tammy Leona McWilliams Paul Jeffrey

; ,; _.ra !f-i;;:.,;::'ij?. : :.' o Kopelousos to Charles T. and patterns built up in THE OFFICE SHOP Ph. 964- Crawford. Nora May Culbert N'oe Sherra Deann Mott
.
':''l't:>.,fw';:: ,"=.....'t:...: .!. ....:.....:.. ,'. Judith A. Flynn. lot 2. block 3 delinquents by literally $5761 Ronald Darren Davis. Sherry Vickie Genelle Nicula.] Queen
::;;' : : \.V:! !,.: ;.:::':;i.;:.:;:;';':::' ';,:;;' :..'; :.. ,of The Woods for $6.000. shaping; new habits and I Louise Denton Davis Tabitha Tamara Anah Ilene Billy Elizabeth Overstreet.Myers, Deborah Maurice

: Folsom Julie Marie Griffis. Lynn Parmenter. Vicky Ellen
/ : Teresa Ann Harley, Martine Sheffield Kelly Elaine Slade,
may( ) the faith You Can Direct A Winning James Hunter Tammy Renee Traci Elizabeth Smith. David
Hersey Sybil Janice Kelly Wayne Sparks Angela Hope
Effort Terri Lynn Massey Susan Starling Deborah Joyce
and of our By Calling SignalsOn Jane Newman Suzanne Thorpe, Dale Eugene Under-
hope
Newport, Laura Alexandra hill Janet Lorraine Williams
A Tenneco Driveway Oehler Randy Caesar and Frances Marlene
Parado Yllah Dynise Slocum.Brooker, Whitaker.
'' founding lathers

:rz Starting a career? Still undecided? No experience? Tenneco Oil Company holds a special opportu-

; \ continue to be nity for you regardless of your status. We're building a winning team! That's why we depend on the Mayor

take-charge leadership of our driveway attendants. Full or part-time positions are now available for

With this individuals 18 years of age or over. Join a winning effort I
you and take advantage of our excellent working conditionsas
well as our attractive fringe benefits. Starting salary To Step DownBROOKER

is '2.40 to*2,60 per hour with review for increase ...
\\coin g Hear.Jacksen's .
after 2 to 4 weeks. And there are good Mayor Roy several weeks ago she did not
opportunities for personal advancement. Carroll announced Monday he plan to seek election to the
will not seek le-election when clel k's post.
__ '' his current term expires with Three city council seats will
be for grabs in the -
the city elections here set for up upcoming
y TEI TENNECO February 8. election. Council
I Mayor Can'oil cited a desire members with terms expiring
1977 n. to spend more time in his busi- this election year are Chairman -
.+ Tenneco Oil ness in announcing his plans A.B. Adams C.L.
n A fenneco, CornD nv Adkinson and newly appointed
to step down fiom the mayor'spost
301 N. Temple Ave. a position he has held councilman William S.

F t Starke. Florida 32091 here fOI' the past four years. "Steve" Nipper
t? sd An Equal Opportunity Employer M/F Can'oil's present term in the Nipper took his seat on the
unsalaried post is scheduled to council December 13, filling
Building SupplyOf expire with the February 8 the vacancy created with the
city elections heie. retirement of six-year council
A total of six city laces are veteran Carl T. Edwards.
to be decided in the upcoming Also appealing on the
city elections. In addition to February 8 city election ballot
selecting a new mayor, voters here will be the post of town
Starke Fla. Inc. here will decide an additionalfive marshal a currently unoc-
city faces. cupied position.
Joining Mayor Carroll in a Wednesday December 22,
k decision not to seek reelectionIs was the last day for voters to
N. Cherry StarKe, Florida 964.6078 f t ) 12/3081/13 appointed City Clerk Linda register for'the upcoming city
A. Robinson, who announced election. .



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Led By 16 Seniors Roll To 9-3 Season Record :



Bradford High's football berth in the 3-A top ten before the traditional tough Tornado another in the long series of at the rate of nearly seven will be greatly missed," I''
Tornadoes muscled their way falling to St. Augustine, which defense brought Coach David successful teams Head Coach yards per try on 427 rushes for Coach Hurse added of Carter.
to a 9-3 record on the way to mounted a last minute goal Hurse's gridders to an 8-2 David Hurse has fielded at 2,988 total yards through the Coach Hurse gives much of
the quarterfinals In this year's line stand to preserve a 13-6 mark for the regular season Bradford High. 10 Anew season contests the credit for the successful
3-A state championship and paved the way to the post Along the way to the 8-2 Carter, who topped season enjoyed by the T_
win.The
playoffs. loss to St. Augustinewas season state playoffs. regular season record the the 1,000 yard rushing mark in Tornadoes in 1976 to the senior
After opening this past followed a week later by a Avenging a 1975 loss to Tar- Tornadoes rolled up 3,521 the ninth game of the season, members of the team. Jimmy Prevatt, who be- throw," Coach Hurse adds:
season with a shakey, come- one touchdown 14-6 defeat at In the district yards total offense, the largest finished the year with 1,232 "Our seniors exhibited fine came the second player in the quickly, "Jimmy completed
from-behind 18.15 victory, the hands of the then defend- playoffs, the Tornadoes advanced part coming by way of the total yards. Carter, who recently leadership," Coach Hurse past 19 years to earn four varsity 50 percent for 2i2 yards, and 11
which included an intentional ing 3-A state champs, Ocala to the quarterfinals, strong running of BHS backsin signed with Tuskegee replied when asked for high letters in football at Brad- pair of touchdowns "
safety, over a stubborn Ocala Forest. where they were again the veer attack, accordingto Institute of Tuskegee, points in the season. ford High, (wide out Tim During the 10 regular season
Vanguard, the Tornadoes Wins over Macclenny and stopped by Ocala Forest. figures released Tuesdayby Alabama, averaged 8.6 yards "Jimmy Clark, as team Murphy, a 1971 graduate, was contests Prevatt was ir
extended their winning streakto Live Oak in the closing gamesof The tough start against Coach Hurse. Tornado per carry on 143 tries, and led captain, had a lot to do with it, the only other), guided the for 30 attempts for a 17 5 yard\
six straight and earned a the season, punctuated by Vanguard was followed by yet running backs gobbled up turf BUS backs with 12 touch but each individual con Tornado offense from the average, with ,three interceptions.
downs on the season. tributed toward it." quarterback slot. Lettering as .
Carter, a 5.11 and 185 pound Coach Hurse said the 16 a ninth grader gave Prevattthe Prevatt also kicked 15 extrfi
I BHb Gridder Now Tight. End At Georgia Tech running back, is one of 16 soon-to-be-graduated gridders experience which later points during the regular sea
senior BHS gridders who saw were "genuinely interested in helped him adjust easily to son and handled kick oft
their final action against having a good football team," veer offense, according to chores. He also served as hack
When Georgia Tech droppedits the Christmas holidays. A 20 Ocala Forest in the state and noted that as a result Coach Hurse, who noted the up punter to Jimmy 'lark
first two games last season ring practice session is quarterfinals. there were very few problemson seasoned signal caller and was called on twice
head Coach Pepper Rogers slate for later In the year. Carter is described by or off the field this past sea- handled the extra pressure of during the season for a 'f-.
started looking around for a Sewell says he expects to add Coach Hurse as "one of the the veer "like a pro." average per boot.
new set of starters in key another five pounds to his best running backs playing for son."It illustrates why we had Prevatt finished the season "Jimmy is a dependable!
positions.He present weight before the BHS in the past 19 years." such a good club," Coach with eight touchdowns and 339 athlete( and can play with
I didn't look far for a new start of the next season. Hurse says Carter's Hurse says of the Thursday total yards on 78 carries for a pain, which he did on sev,1'II1 I
Y )e starting tight end in former Several persons thought tremendous leg strength enabled night team meetings, which 4.3 average. occasions," Coach Hurse,
--L : Bradford High football and Sewell might choose basketball him to break tackles even included managers. The The veer is basically a commented.
: \ basketball standout Donnie when it came time to go and credits the powerful large number of upperclassmen running offense, Coach Hurse Fullback Jimmy Clark who,
Sewell. on to college. He averaged running style with helping on the squad helped notes, and as such the 1976 recently signed with the
Sewell, a sophomore at better than 15 points and as Carter roll up his season "solidify" the team and in- Tornadoes did not pass as University of "'Im'idacort'd! :
Tech, went in as the starting many rebounds in his senior rushing mark in excess of spire confidence in the much as previous Bradford seven touchdowns on the re
tight end in the third game of year at BUS, but 14 touchdown 1,000 yards. younger players, according to High teams. cently completed season and.
the 1976 season, getting his receptions in two season as a "He's a good worker and the head Tornado. "However, when we did (See Page Ifll!)
first try at college football tight end at BHS had college
from the starting role against scouts swarming to sign the
Clemson. talented tight end. (Local Wrestlers Place 5th In Lake Weir Tournament I
Three weeks later, the football fans will recall Sewell
former BHS basketball All lettered at BUS three years;

J American was throwing key however, he played offensive LAKE WEIR Four superior decision, 22-0, and a Meng and Charles Revel, took weekend tourney among
A blocks in Tech's upset victoryover guard in his sophomore year.) members of Bradford High's second round, third period pin second place awards in the them the 140 pound class!
Auburn on the Auburn Sewell, who picked Tech varsity' wrestling team in earning a berth In the tourney. where defending tournament
squads' home turf, a first in over Florida State and FloridaA collected awards as finalistsin finals. In the finals, the 157 Meng, wrestling at 121 champion Earle Biggs was
Tech football history. & M, says he is confident he pacing the Tornadoes to a pound BHS wrestler took the pounds, had a first round, unable to compete due to
The win over Auburn, along could be playing basketball at fifth place finish in the Lake early edge over his opponentand second period pin and took a injury.
with Tech's surprising 28. 14 Tech but is hard pressed for Weir High Invitational was in control all the war, second round 6-0 overtime Biggs, who won the tout ni
homecoming victory over time between football and his Christmas Tournament here winning the championshipmatch decision in advancing to the ment crown at 140 pounds IIIM
Notre Dame, remains the studies. The seasons overlap, Saturday, Dec. 18. by another superior finals where he was narrowly year, was sidelined for t tin-
most memorable games in making multi letters in Joe Lazenby, wrestling in decision. defeated 42. "Tom gave a weekend event with stretched
Sewell's mind as he reflects on college competition difficult the 157 pound class, was top Lazenby faced some of the superior effort in the finals neck muscles, sustained in .1 I
1III4)f) the recently completedseason. Sewell may have been performer for Coach Ted tourney's toughest com- Coach Jornov noted, adding, practice session euilier ;in tin,'
looking past college ornov's Tornadoes, takingthe petition in winning his weight "time just ran out on him." week.
Against Notre Dame, Sewell competition when he picked tournament championshipin division Coach Jornov Revel, competing in the 147 Bradford High's unlimited
played opposite a pair of Irish football over basketball; he his weight division commented after the match.A pound class, had a pair of first weight division cnmpplltut,
It AllAmerican defensive ends. says his goal is pro football. Lazenby had a first round pair of BHS matmen, Tom period pins in advancing to the Bobby Smith, who had! Ix-en
1 Sewell recalls throwing some finals in his weight division. expected to place high in the
.. .
,?I'lfll I WM .. "great blucks" against the All The BHS matman "held his weekend tournament, ovei
l : ?' '+ \, American ends in the upset own" in the finals, accordingto slept and missed the buv
'
,,1, .. I/J IN',t. \. victory. to Coach Jill nm
( I : Coach Jornov, but lost the according
.> SJ J! At 6 5 and 225, Sewell Clark Signs With FloridaBradford match on points. Jornov, a first year coach ,n

Donnie Sewell, former Bradford High basketball and football worked as a blocking tight end Henry Pete also finished the BHS and former pro I mil
for the most part last season, with award, bailer, said he felt tin'''
standout, is now an offensive tight end for Georgia' Tech. Sewell' tournament an
a sophomore at Tech, says wins over Notre Dame and Auburn but averaged some 20 yards taking third place in the 169 Tornadoes had a good ehn; < "

highlighted his first starting season with the Yellow Jackets. per Tech's reception.offensive Sewell unit says runs High fullback and pound division. Pete pinned of blinging home top hoofs'

from the veer, and as such"didn't punting specialist Jimmy
Clark has become the third
throw too much. Hp
1977 BHS
WRESTLING
Tornado gridder in recent
had two receptions for 40
yards last season. At that pace years to sign a grant in aid for SCHEDULE
he may write his way in to the football with the University of

Tech record book soon, for Florida
best pass reception averagefor A University of Florida recruiter Dale Opponent Plate Tim.,

a season. The current formalized the
? Jan.6 Lakecir Hume 7.W\
between the
record is 17.6 yards average, agreement
Jan. 10 liuchholtz Home j :.o;
Gators and Clark with signing
set by Jimmy Robinson in .
/ Jan.13 Halatka Central Away 7.ut
1973. The Tech record book taking place in the home ofClark's v,
1, t419 f HomeJan. 7 :ai
on Griffis Jan. 17 Palatka South
parents
notes a minimum of 18 Loop last Wednesday after-I 1 i4: ""Ocala Vanguard( ", Ionic 7. ,I''
receptions. Jan.20 "Macclenny Away 7.ui.
K Sewell, 15 pounds from noon.
up Jan.21 Madison; Home 7 :u
his high school playing Clark, who averaged 5.8
I I'J
Jan. 27 Flaglerl'alm'oast Home 7 :n
weight, says confidence is the yards per carry on 125 tries ,
Feb. I Palatka South twat' 7 n
Q in for 725 yards in helping the
most important aspect con-
Feb. Ocala Forest Home T.i:"o
from school to the Tornadoes to a regional
verting high
this Feb. II & 12 District) Tournament Ja\. Tlt\
college ranks. "You've got to championship past
have it in yourself, and your season, is being recruited
\? coach must also have it in primarily as a fullback his opponent in the 169 pound fioni the weekend tout nit
you," Sewell says He adds according to a Gator division consolation final I, to had (the I team been at lull
that while confidence gets you spokesman, but may also be round out BHS top award strength
in the game, carrying out called upon to handle punting Jimmy Clark, flanked by his parents and Bradford Iligli winners. "BiKgs'! iniuiy and Smith .,
blocking and pass pattern chores in the future. School head football Coach David. Hurse, inks football Three other BUS Wiestlers no show hurt I us" ,ilu-
I assignments keeps you in the Florida scouts say they scholarship with the University of Florida. Florida Gator scouts competed in the weekend wrestling mentor ,,n.l, I
O I game. were impressed with Clark's72yard say Clark, who played both offense and defense at BuS last tournament, but failed to M\ OIKiv
Tech finished the season punt following an in- season In addition to punting chores Is being/ feigned primarilyas place in the top three in their Coach Joinov said 'the
this year with a 4.6 mark, and teniiunal safety against Ocala a fullback, but add he may be called on to help the Gators respective weight divisions. squad. which downed 5 u,111.1
Sewell is looking forward to a Vanguard this past season. kicking game.'Filthy", Alan 11ontgomel'Yho had Ke High( in its iiist outing "I>>
V) t/j/ better record next year. He Clark punted 36 times last been improving weekly the current season :I'
says depth and a bigger season, averaging just under according to Coach Joinov, progressing well through Hu-
offensive front line, expectedto 38 yards per boot. pinned his first found first two matches Jot nut
average better than 255 David Hurse, Bradford High BUS Gym Irks Board MembersIrked opponent, and was leading in says he is encouraged by tin
lJ pounds, should work for Tech head football coach, notes his second round match in the team's self pi ide and (ietet
") success. Clark did not take up punting at housekeeping-or place is filthy, adding that 107 pound division when a mined spn it.
Sewell may be on the until the close of the 1975 the lack of it-at the Bradford he'd seen the boys' bathroom mistake led to his defeat by a The BUS wrestling I ( coach,
receiving end of more passes season. High School gym, school and "You don't need a broom; pin. termed the weekend to n net
next season,too. He says Gary Clark also played defense board members said Monday you need a shovel." "Alan got caught with his which was won h> < \ -1,1
Lanier, now a freshman, who for the Tornadoes. As a senior night they don't understandwhy "The field house doesn't head too close to his knee andas River High!( an exlu nu'l'
played back up signal caller linebacker Clark had 71 something isn't done look nearly as bad as the a result became pinned in a competitive event ,1',1, .,",
(Jf last year, may move in to the tackles, 55 assists, one pass about it.Board. gym," Gaskins said. "But cradle move," Coach Jot nov noted all itches were 1,01"" >
starting quarterback slot and interception and two fumble members Vernon which is more important? said in explaining \Mont fought agit( I"'ssiiallan! '
41 is a good passer. recoveries Parments and Arthur Gaskins Which place do more students gomery's loss. He said the 107 A total of nine prepschool(
Tech's football squad will Coach Hurse commented said they'd taken a look have contact with? They pound BHS wiestler gave a participated in the Lake \\ "'n
take up its annual weight during last week's singing around recently and both haven't had any hot water in "super effoit" in both tourrey In addition to UHs
training program following that Clark is an exceptional reached the same conclusion- there for a year. I don't see tournament matches. and Crystal River. to.un-
&4'h athlete but probably did not "filthy." why we have to have a were on hand I lic.-n, i

f 7Ie I / reach running his back full due potential to playing as a "There's sand piled up in building like this in our Martin Slocum, wrestling Gainesville Kastside, (di.ila I

both and the corners of the gym from system. one class above his weight at Forest. Gainest; tIle high
offensively. where they've swept it off the 128 pounds in Saturday's Palatka South Santa!; !f''<'
hzi defensively.Clark floor," said Parmenter. Ocala Vanguaxl ;and I-1-1,
chose Florida's lie said physical education tournament, lost on a first
Gators over both Florida State "There's trash all under the students had to change clothesin lound. second pet iod pin to his team Lake Wen
\ bleachers that's still there The Tornad "" t I-MITM
and the University of Miami, unheated rooms, and that heavier opponent despite a
from the last basketball game wrestling uctio '..in.dayJan.
i44 interestin sometimes they weren't even good effoi
also
which expressed back last year. In the showers, at able to take a shower Kenneth Cruger also 6, when,. H ll>-
the
220 pound running
least half of the showerheadsare di opped a first round match in wrestlers host Lilt a<< in I
defensive End Terry back Hayes Vernon and missing"..The place is just Asked if hewas aware of the the 187 pound class. matches begming l l !( ;. in
filthy. I've had experience in in the Bradloid lligi.' ", ,,,,'I!
Bradford for ced to
Barber, like Clark, went on to situation, BHS principal Tom High was
I the University of Florida public health and I can tell Casey said the problems forfeit five matches in the g>'m.
\ you: this is not a healthy placefor "have all been He
N following high school football reported. -
: our students.
QQ9 careers at Bradford High. Gaskins said he agrees the said there were other problem
spots in the school, including a
V kII New Iii i i Iii i i lack of lights in the 1977 BHS GIRLS' BASKETBALL

) auditorium and a lack of SCHEDULE

,, 97/ Year PANELING .ENl.E811' the heating nome or air-conditioning economics in
II
classroom areas, and that Date Opponent Plate Time
maintenance
apparently
ffl Jan.8 'laU&8 Away 6:11I&11:
have not been ableto
personnel
\ 4' X 8' Jan 17 PKl'onge/ Away 6\11: & II
get to it.Superintendent.
\ May each new I I II Jan.20 Lake Uulier ,Away 7
Jan.28 lIa\\thorne Moore 6:11I&8::
day unfoldfor SHEETS Richard Jan.31 FIa.D&B 1I0me 6:30&x:
IV I Jockel said money had been Feb.7 Lake Butler Home 7
1 1I
C C Cr you much I Prices A; i set aside in the budget for this Fpb.IO P.K. "onge 110mI' 6:30&M:

purpose, adding that "the Feb,14 Grt'pn('ove Away 6:30&x:
GC G CC 7 joy and peace. I Start At 1 money's there, let's use it." Feb. 18& 19 DistrietTournament TRAFeb. '

,25& 26 Regional Tournament T8.larch .'\

DeWitt !\ 3& 5 SlateTournament TlI.\
C. $999


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Us
See
9-End of deer, wild hog and turkey seasonin
Funeral Home Cabinet Needs Northeast, Central, South and Everglades regions

.. January 10-Third phase dove season ends.
January 20-Duck and coot season ends.
VAUGHN-JOHNSON CO., January 21-Start of special scaup blucbill) season.
514 Nona CHAMPIONSHIP RACING January 23-End of deer wild hog and turkey seasonin
S. Thompson St. OPEN SAT. 9.3 I DRIVER A.J. Foyt I I.the first Northwest region
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TELEGRAPH December, 1978

-- .

I "I: Lakes in Keystone Area ApproachingLow



Levels Set inlVlid-I950Period n F.ntr. b

'4:,!
T r
j
I r !
Back in March of 1958al- The return of water from water flowing down from the chain continues ''in normal feasible to build a series flocks
most two decades ago, joyous Magnolia was welcomed with chain of lakes in the Camp rainfall years with an on the lakes of the chainto o>
i property owners around cheers by Brooklyn residentswho Blanding reservation. During overflow into Little Lake Key control their levels
Lake armed with had seen the level in their of normal in wet or
Brooklyn periods rainfall, the stone, on to Lake Geneva, into times.
picks and shovels, attacked an lake drop about 20 feet chain reaction starts in Blue Old Field Pond and Half Moon dry
I. earthen dam that was "straight down" in a dry Pond, with a stream flowing Lake, eventually reaching the Another meeting was held
blocking a stream of water period of several years during Into Sand Hill Lake, on to prairie area around by the SCS in Starke on June
I f flowing down from Magnolia the mid-1950's. Not only did Magnolia, which in turn Florahome. 26 when it was reported that
; +jj' Lake in the Camp Blanding Brooklyn suffer from lack of overflows through Gator the creation of a watershed to
S reservation rain, but also due to the loss of Creek into Brooklyn. The But now the lakes in the replenish water in Brooklyn
Keystone area are again "
i Lake would be "a gamble. ,
"hurting for water" after H.T. Stanley, assistant State i
almost two decades during Soil Conservationist, said that
I editorialI ) which their water tables remained feasibility of the upper part of

at an acceptable level.In a watershed, designed to
i maintain the levels of
the
discussing situationthis
week, T.W. Baker, ad- Brooklyn, Geneva, and Key-

I The Big Three Must visor to the Clay County stone lower end Lakes of the was watershed"sad." The H 55
Zoning Board and St. Johns to ****P I .
protect the Florahome area
River Water
I Take The Lead said, ManagementDistrict "This is the from flooding, would be more
feasible, he said.
first time I've ever seen

; Flowers Prairie completely According to Esry, channe

t It might not make the New Year recession just a sluggish drop in the dry." He added that Old Field structures could be built in the ?' "*'
Pond Is the lowest he *
ever remembers eastern part of Florahome ala '" "
any happier, but the fact remains that growth rate.Privately with a sand bar cost of from$30,000 to$40,00( &&BSS >

economic forecasters, meeting in Paris, showing across the middle; to control the flow of water out ?
have published a disappointing pre- however, some fear that Lake Geneva is down about of the area, and a 2,800 acre-
i unless the leaders of West four feet Hutchinson and Half
Japan,
diction for the world economy in 1977 Moon ; foot storage area could be The level was once so high In Brooklyn Lake that a row boat could not squeeze under this bridgeon
including slower economic growth and Germany, and the United States the Geneva even three-fourths lower of than the built north of Grandin for Highway 21. Now the level Is at Its lowest point since: the 1950's, and bridge pilings exposed here

f higher unemployment than expected in three "strong" countries take surface; of Bundy Lake is about $20,000. Because these frame a pavilion and dock on Brooklyn Bay which are among the many such facilities now
vigorous action to stimulate their Smith Lake structures would serve occupying dry land instead of extending out over the water.
earlier forecasting. gone; "way agricultural the
purposes,
economies the world could risk a down" also; and the main partof Federal government would -
I recession time in Lake Johnson in Gold Head / -
some 1978. Such
: The new report concludes that the non pay up to 44.5 percent of the \
world's economic future action of course, must be taken Branch State Park down cost, it was reported at that
communist seven or eight feet, "the worst
time. Costs today would be
gradually over a period of time in orderto
\ .. now lies squarely in the hands of avoid the threat of too rapid I've ever seen." much higher, of course. -', ". ,

President elect Carter, West German inflation. Baker is qualified to speak, M.'rt..... .
Chancellor Helmut Schmidt, and Japan'snew for he has been a resident and But theSCS men said the re- -, I>d -

Prime Minister Takeo Fukuda. Judging by his cabinet appointments, close observer of the Key port of the upper part of the --..........
in do his stone-Lake Geneva area all Etonia Creek basis, which In- ,
These three key men were urged to do Mr. Carter is getting position to
his life, which cludes Brooklyn Lake, was
covers a con-
everything they can to stimulate the share of providing the leadership that siderable span of years. less encouraging, and could .- a
economies of their countries.In will overcome the "widespread lack of not qualify for Federal : .- .
confidence" to which the economists In addition to these lakes assistance at that time ((1958) -
and Brooklyn, which is down
releasing their forecast, the attribute most of the worldwide Esry suggested that any
about 10 or 12 feet from its efforts to solve the
economists that world economic ills. he have level others problem
I note recovery, Although may highest suffering await findings of a four-year
which got under way in late 1975, has disappointed some of the extreme from lack of water include geological survey which was

been significantly weaker than liberals, as well as the extreme Spring Lake, Gator Bone, and then in progress. He also -

expected. Businessmen, more cautious conservatives, his appointments have White lakefront Sands,homes where residentsin pointed out that with the .J.
now have
than expected, have hesitated to expand generally been hailed as ones that wide stretches of "new land"in water present conditions knowledge of of the soil area and,

their production capacities, keeping balance various geographic, racial and front of their houses, causedby the suggested methods of con- :

employment from rising as much as other interests, with a keynote of the receding waters, trolling water levels in the .
hoped in 1976. At the same time, experience and accomplishment in the ranging up to 500 feet in widthin upper lakes could not be I .
some instances.The .
concerned consumers have been savingas fields they were chosen to head up. In assumed to be successful.

much as they could, while spending as making these appointments, Mr. Carter low level periods in *-. -.::: -- "
believed Geologist L.O. Rowland said ,
sand hill lakes to
are
little as they could, making businesseven seemed to be telling the nation that "go in cycles," but although that test borings on the shoresof

more cautious about expansion. steadiness, pragmatism, and careful geological studies have been Blue Pond, Sand Hill Lake,
budgeting will be hallmarks of his made no apparent conclusionhas and Magnolia Lake showed Boats on Gatorbone Lake stand idle since dropping water level does not permit na% 1IItiun into
t The world's strong governments must administration.Such been reached as to how sand to a depth of 50 feet. The the main body of lake across sand bar stretching between two points of dry- land (furmei rly l lake
often the cycles occur- some rate of flow out of Blue Pond bottom) at center of photo.
: with solutions" if
t come up "imaginative
50 five ten was given as 4.7 cubic feet per
,
some or ,
i unemployment is to be kept from appointments should do much to say and some years believe there are second; out of Magnolia as 3.5

reaching record heights in 1977 the restore the confidence that economistssay cycles within cycles, which cubic feet; but by the time the

economists say, while stressing the fact is necessary to get the world's further confuses the situation. water reached Brooklyn it had

!:r they are not predicting a world economy back on track. diminished to 1.7 cubic feet. 4
OJ Baker is pessimistic con "Since ground water shouldbe
cerning the lakes regainingtheir picked up along the way,
"normal levels" any increasing the flow instead of

I I High on The HogDear time soon "because we just I diminishing, the assumptionis
won't get enough rain to bring; that seepage through the
them up." Other factors con- sand accounts for water loss,
tributing to the low levels, he*' the geologist reported.The .
month for food and receives
Uncle Sam: stamps believes, is the fact that this
bonus coupons free to help supplementits area has been free of SCS team reported thatit
How about a New Year's resolution to grocery budget. Nationwide, the hurricane rains for about ten would be possible to build

do something about that $215 million in average eligible family receives about years, and the increasingly three dams on the upper lakesto

f. food stamp benefits paid during the first $10 worth of stamps for each $-1 it heavy demand on water from raise the water level 10 feet,
the acquifer: due to increasing
thus creating an 18,000 acre-
r. six months of 1976 to people who were spends on them. the lake
population in area. footstorage at Sand Hill Lakeat
;f. not eligible to receive stamps at all, or a cost of approximately

: who were paid more than they were In explaining the $215 million paid to He believes that new studies $&:,,000 ((1958 figures), or establish
supposed to get. ineligibles, officials said the abuses should be from made of the a smaller area of about
situation a water
f result from a variety of causes, including management standpoint, for 8.COO acre-feet with a five-foot tA
structure at a cost of around
These disquieting figures were fraudulent statements by applicants, which some government $25,000. But all costs would
released this week by the U.S. Department faulty interviewing on the part of local assistance might be available, have to be met without
i of who administers officials and the whereas, in the past, the
Agriculture misunderstandings on Federal aid, and because of -j jWater
water
the program through its Food and part of both parties. strictly shortage as an was individual regarded the sandy nature of the soil,
the water level not be
might
I Nutrition Service. The semi annual problem affecting only a maintained after

report showed that some 745,000 Though bad enough, the figures were small number of property the SCS concluded.completion,

ineligible low income people not on slightly better than for the previous six owners. has receded in
Spring Lake exposing about 500 feel of lake bottom in rout of.1.K. !Mruhe
welfare, collected $109.3 million in month period, when more than $225 In one of the low-level Another theory was ad- mobile home. The Strubes are making good use of a portion of their "new land" bplanting a

:+ benefits. And furthermore, some $105.4 million was paid out in excess of eligibility periods during the late 1950's, vanced at this meeting that vegetable garden on It.
like
other
rmillion in overpayments went to nearly including $114.7 million to people a series of test borings was Florida Brooklyn lakes, might some, from
r 1.8 million persons who were eligible for who were not qualified for stamps at all. made by a Soil Conservation time to time, "blowits ::0-:::: ::;:: ::; : :::::: ::: :;:: ::.:.:.::..
:
S3 stamps, but should not have received as and $110.9 million in overpayments to what Service steps team could to be determine taken to bottom." In cases of this kind ::: VETERAISS AFFAIRS ::1:? County Agents By : c-r:
hole
much as they did. others it was explained, a in the
.... stabilize the water level in lake bottom might become unclogged 1:: by S.II88s i:$; BobbyTaylor y
-. Brooklyn and other lakes in permitting water to g:: VeteransServiceOfficer N Notebook
The food stamp program currentlycosts But until the overpayments are cut: toa that watershed. escape underground until the ""-

taxpayers about $5.7 billion bare bones minimum or eliminated At one of the resulting clogging process starts over The new Vietnam war !

annually including $5.3 billion in bonus entirely, the shopper who is standing in meetings, held in Keystone again. veteran's GI Bill, which provides I'h" I "

stamps that are issued to needy familiesso line, waiting to pay for hamburger, will Heights in June of 1958, D.S. educational assistance,
will be be available to those
they can purchase more food. The always have the feeling that the Esry, chief of the SCS water- One member of the team entering the armed forces It might seem early, but it So.l;! insects are generallymore

remainder goes for administrative costs customer just ahead paying for T- shed planning kitchen party colander, used an to summed it up like this: "The after December 31. will soon be time to prepare numerous w hen a crop is
learn the
ordinary more we more con-
and aid to state agencies in handling the bone steak with food stamps may be explain that if Brooklyn Lake fused the picture becomes." Recent legislation passed by for your fields and garden plats rotated behind grass, turf or
of the ineligibles.It bottom the Congress also terminatesall planting spring crops. One sod However, it is often a
f program. one has a porous its water Which is probably why of the first things shoulddo
would and fall with under the you- good practice to plant behind
i4' level rise nothing was ever done and the training presentBill after the field
selecting fora
f Based on income and size of household doesn't make that hamburger taste the level of the undergroundwater problem was forgotten until December 31, 1976, for particular crop is take a soil disease grasses, -since causing nematodes organismsare and
table. He said that if the'"low cycle" started taking those already eligible under
a family pays a fixed amount each any better.Don't is the it be the sample. generally lowered thus
i this not case, might its toll again in the mid1970's.Reynolds present program.
The new GI education program The soil analysis will show creating a preferable growing
established by the Con- whether lime or dolomite is condition where the good outweighs
Mobile Aluminum RecyclingUnit gress, allows persons entering needed to "sweeten" the soil the bad. If crops are to
Get 'Swamped'Wanna miliary service on or after or supply calcium or be planted behind grasses,
I I January 1, 1977 to It strong consideration should be
To Stop In Starke Each TuesdayStarting voluntarily magnesium. will also show
contribute up to a maximumof the level of plant food given to applying a
recommended soil insecticide
$2,700durmg miliary career elements in the SOIl. This can
buy a piece of Florida building a retirement home and find the "recycling"year last month and received from their military pay toward be used to make a proper fertilizer insecticide In order to obtain must control the be
in Starke, the Reynolds 1697.25 from Reynolds their education. For recommendation for usually
for retirement home? their lots unsuitable
swamp your for construction."We mobile aluminum recyclingunit Aluminum Recycling every dollar so set aside, the the crop. applied from one to three
are going to have to live with the will be stopping every Company. government will contribute $2. weeks prior to planting.

Well you'd better hurry because the sins of the past on old subdivisions," the Tuesday in January to pay the The new GI education bill Another important con- The field should be plowed
state at long last is cracking down on director said. public 15 cents a pound for Reynolds Aluminum Recy will be administered by the sideration before planting a first and the soil insecticide
developers who sell such locations by their clean, household cling Program's nationwide Veterans Administration overa crop is soil insects. Soil insects "cross disced in" six inches
To avoid such problems in the future aluminum. toll-free number is five trial If
an year period. have caused a great deal of deep in order to expect the
mail telephone, to unsuspecting
or even the Land Sales Division has changed its information service regarding successful, the program will damage in our area in the past best benefits. There is no
customers who often buy the property policy from requiring that buyers be"informed" From 9:30: to 11 a m. each recycling be continued and shifted to the few years. There are many single insecticide that will
"sight unseen." Tuesday, the unit will be at the Defense Department to ad- species of wireworms as wellas control all soil Insects.
of lot to of By dialing 1800213.6000,
problems a policy
front of TG&Y Store, Bradford minister. several types of cutwormsthat However single materials will
seven days a week, 24 hours
The Army Corps of Engineers has refusing to allow the registration for Square US 301 South ((837 day, a person may determinethe a The new program offers 36 attack most all cultivated often provide adequate
Deltona Corporation sale of undesirable land. All environ South Walnut Street.) most convenient time and months educational crops. Insects like white population reductions so that
rejected an application by
mental permits must be obtained before place to receive 15 cents a assistance entitlement with a fringed beetles, crickets, good crops can be grown.In .
.I for dredging and filling a subdivision sales begin and inspectors examine lots Starke citizens recycled pound for their recylable 10 year limit for completion of grubs, several types of cases of expected heavy
on Marco Island where about 11,315 pounds of aluminum household aluminum. education after the date of maggots, cucumber beetle populations of a single pest or
for everything from suitability for septic dJscharge.Qriliiiitit4. larvae well when high value are
3,200 lots had already been sold. After as as others may crops
five months of intensive negotiations tanks, on up. cause damage in some concerned, more than one
I locations. material may be needed and
between Deltona and Richard Booth As a further safeguard, if improve \PI4ID.4 applications may be made of

director of the state's Land Sales ments are promised the division is o Soil insects not only attack material A prior to planting

Division, the corporation has agreed to insisting that developers place money \ the seed but the young plant's plus material B at planting.

reimburse investors, or work out a trade for the work in an escrow account. a root systems and stems as The points to remember are
well.The soil insects will often that soil insects are often not
with them, on the lots which can
swamp continue todo
0 0 damage even as seen and their populations are
never be used for the purpose intended. But even with the tighter restrictions 1C 1979 the plant reaches stages of difficult to determine. Their
the enforcement job will be hard to > BOB G. FERGUSON-JOHN M. MILLER maturity. attack is confined to plant

And the Land Sales Division expects handle. The Land Sales Division has a Publishers parts that are not observedand
Published each Thursday and entered as second Class Matter at the Post Office at btarkl cla under Often growers must re growers often mistakenly
jo! to be faced with many more such cases staff of only 40 to ride herd on some Actof March 3. 1879 seed or must tolerate treat for disease or believed

I in all parts of the state. It will be several 1,500 subdivisions and 5,000 salesmen. Subscription rate in trade area: $7 per year: $4 six months. "skippy" stands, and crop fertility or water made

years before many out of state buyers Outside trade area IU per year: $4 50 six months may lack sufficient vigor tt quacies. Remember, onri I ho

: complete term payments on their lots, That !ia a problem to which the 1977 Phone 964 6305 StarKe, Fla. produce a profitable caused crop due soil crop Is up in most cases' it is.
to the damage by too late to treat for soil
come to Florida in the expectation of Legislature should address itself. insects. insectsPages : .



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Tuesday Prayer :5leelmguiil BAN(
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Worship !service, Sunday Turns on automatically ''i PAK OF 3 aa.. ' '
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School, 111 II 111 ('ul1ullunioll when IrUII IS Dressed to .
St'nln'. 5:30: (1.111, reamer. OSCIllating siraoner Automatic pop-up Color I.. GIVES j j2 FLASHES M.
Thl' Silent WUl'kl'rS Clubmet Easy pour spout Model lector conlrol lor lUll rIght BLUE ..
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(iallll's\ die (''birch' FACE CREAM
1'1 11I.\!'::1 I Fill 1 \I''I'IST DEVILBISS'HANDIWRAP AND NON.
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berry 7':10 Ice: 10:3111'atchnighlScruce \1 1111I Rev VAPORIZER S PLASTIC WRAP PO COLOR 2 ENTIRE ECKR1C 2 oz ;) I

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HIIIll'dlotl'.0\ pill Rev s t32 .ONE GALLON 108 FILM
Adam ('''''III\\t'11. 11-11'50, \ IN CUTTER BOX --Ti'i '"."''"""' --- BLANKETS ....
REG $599
Wall'lll1Hrn'S ('all 11:511.12: tIII! i C..... .... 05',, EIGHT PRINTS --'folli_ :_
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Hampton Hilites
"God helps those who help one year; but everyone in A surgery, hospital and
'w.I I themselves." from ? possibly cobalt treatments, For Ability
Mr and Mrs Allen Tarletonand healthy family ages!( j
by :May Belle Oobbs children Becky and Cathyleft by ()olornl\It'lIg and family in Jacksonville. Cancer is a mysterious and through 66 years old can and etc., run Into astronomical
phone I3I-10H: !! Thursday afternoon for phone 168-1913 !Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng vicious disease. The numberof should contribute. sums of money in addition to Impaired Children

Mr. and Mrs. Don Newmansand Alabama and Mississippi to had Christmas dinner for all people suffering now, and Elderly persons living alone illnesses or accidents which
children Gordon and visit their parents. MEETINGS: their children: Mr. and Mrs. yet, will become victims, is with no family or close need immediate blood I>you know a handicappedchild
Donna and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mr and !Mrs Lester Dobbsof Ladies' Council of the Carlton Meng and Angela alarming.Oct. relatives will be eligible for transfusions, a Community to who is not in school?
Dobbs were business visitors Gainesville visited Mr. and Hampton Christian Churchhas from Jacksonville, Mr. and 19, 1976 a meeting was "credits," transfusions when Blood Bank will be a boon The Child Find Project, a
in Jacksonville Friday Mrs. Earl Dobbs Saturday its meeting scheduledfor !Mrs. William Meng and held at the Starke Chamber of needed from the Community all of us! division of I the Florida
I afternoon afternoon Wednesday Jan. 5, at 2 daughter Dana of St. Commerce, to launch a Blood Bank. Therefore, we call upon all Regional Diagnostic and
Mrs. Sarah Stafford and !Mr and Mrs. Gerald Griffis p m. in the Church flail Petersburg, Mr. and Mrs. Community Blood Bank Senior citizen Karl Hoist ((11 pastors, preachers priests Resource System for
Mrs. Margaret Hitler were and children Bryan and Hampton City Council will Theron Hunter and children, Program in which, at least, member of Bradford County and leaders of civic or- Exceptional: Children.., is
shopping in Jacksonville Wednesday Mellissa and their foster sons, hold their first meeting of 1977on Adam and Renee, Mr and four counties would be Senior Citizens Club, 605 South ganizations: Lions, Rotary, spoking to locale and identify
1 Everett Fowler, Steve Norris, Tuesday Jan. 11, at 7:30p : !Mrs. Handy Scoggins Mr. and involved-Clay Union, Brad Alton Rd., Starke, and fl women's clubs Moose, these children and make
; Mrs. Marty Clemons and Michael Newton John West m. in the City Hall. Mrs. Kenny McClure and son, ford and Baker. cancer victim) has had to American Legion, Veterans of educational arrangements for
daughter Mischelle and Mrs. Donald Sims, John Robert Hampton Area VolunteerFire Kasey, Martin who recently The prime movers in this receive 28 blood transfusionssince Wars, NationalGuar tllCMJI.
Earl: Dobbs were shopping in Benton and Coolege Kelly Department is scheduledto completed work at Crystal action were Bill Wilson, April of 1976. There are etc. to get their Anyone knowing of a child
I Jacksonville] Wednesday were shopping in Jacksonville meet at the Fire House on River, Joyce from Starke Director of Starke Chamber of probably many others nearby members to join in this worthy who is mentally) retarded.)
afternoon Thursday night and all en- Monday Jan. 10 at 8 p m. Beverly] John Joe and Mike Commerce, his secretary Ms. who need or are getting these cause. emotionally disturbed
Miss Jan Norman of steak at and Tim McLoughlin of Cathie Struth, Ms. Pat treatments through the The blood you donate as an
joyed a supper di-al-hc.irinu: 11111 alrt'd.
Lakeland is home for the Bonanza. Ml PARTY !Miami. Whitten of the Civitans Blood Civitans Blood Bank which IS individual like insurance for physically ?
!Mr and Mrs. Donald Bank, Gainesville in whole family,paying in handicapped,
holidays visiting her mother !Michael Dobbs visited his Giles Rep. working conjunction with your speech impaired, leaning
Mrs. Joyce Norman and sister and family Howard Doll Waters reports that the and children, Ten, Kevin, Frank Williams, who left our the American Association of advance. disiiMcd hliini (
family. Register In Lake City Thursday 4-H Christmas Party held on Tommy and Steve from North Central Florida Blood Banks and the Will you give a pint of your and en" not in school isii.illyimp.iimi is
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Mr. and Mrs Monroe Dec 21 at the home of Mr. and Genoa. Ohio, spent the Coalition of Senior Citizens American Cancer Society. precious blood to save a life asked( locontact l Diane Lit-s in
Kittler celebrated their thirty- :Mr and Mrs. Earl Dobbs !Mrs. Royce Joiner was very Christmas holidays with their Legislative Conference on There is a controversy (which may be your own or iaiiivsville ::17:1.5192.: !!:!
first wedding anniversary last had as Christmas luncheon enjoyable. This party was cousins Mr. and Mrs. Paul Aging, to assist in the between the American R ja someone near and dear to
week Congratulations. 'Uests.Ir.! and Mrs. Don attended by 30 4-H membersand !Meng and Mr. and !Mrs. planning stages, plus Mrs. Cross and the A.A.B.B. The you i? When d i child is I identified,
Mrs Alzy Thomas and ;Newmans; and children, !Mr. 10 adults. Following the FrancisIeng.! Ada Hoist, Liasion delegate A.R.C. owes the Civitans l.OoO Let's have a massive turnout i I0 ,dept I I'h il i ii glloIii'( f
daughter Mrs. Delores Davis and Mrs Bud demons and gift exchange, the group en- between both meetings.The unit credits and 37,000 unit for our Community Blood r\ ,i lu.i I inn- urIuilnng I (I i |
j I and son Sammy of Lake City children. :Mr and :Mrs. Mike joyed a hay ride and a dance. \\1PTON: S'IIOOI.u'SU: Community Blood Bankis credits of blood nationally.Since Bank Jan. 17, 1977. Thank you Mirilii.ll and! p>.,u'll were Christmas luncheon Griffis and :Michael Dobbs Christmas refreshments were January .'-7 ready to go. Blast-off date is the A.R.C. has With- all and a Healthy and llapp\ till he i 1I"pll'I'd,
guests of :Mrs Mary visited in the afternoon. served and a bag of !grocerieswas ( Jan. 17, 1977, 9 a.m. until 5 drawn from the A.A.B.B. 1t. New Year. Joe Kerrigan
Freeman. Gene Freeman of Sanderson given to a family who Tuesday: Chicken and rice, p.m. at the Chamber of will continue its own system .
:Mrs. Verba :Martin and visited his grandmother, Mrs. appreciated the kindness of peanut butter cup, buttered Commerce Building corner of for Red Cross members.The .
children Stacey and Honor Mary Freeman. Christmas the 4.11 group. peas and carrots, fruit cup !Madison and Walnut Streets in time lag Is very New Year's Eve Dance
were Christmas luncheon afternoon. Congratulations to five year biscuit, milk.Wednesday. Starke. Blood collections will important. Blood collectedmust
guests of her sister and :Mrs Shyrell Crawford and old Mark Khoden who was the : Corn dog, cole be called for once a month be used within 14 days; Starke National Guard Armory

family] the Harold] Craw fords son Kennyof Lawtey and Mrs. winner of a toy filled slaw, baked beans, pear half, throughout the year. otherwise it becomes useless, 9PM. To 2 A M.
in Law Icy. Verba :Martin and Stacey and Christmas stocking from a cookie milk.Thuroday Three nurses will attend on UNLESS there is proper
:Miss Janice Jones of Honor visited Mr. and Mrs. local store. : Fried chicken, various shifts with the Civitan storage and mixing testing
Gainesville and :Mr and :Mrs. Earl Dobbs and !Mrs. Mary Cindy Khoden celebratedher mashed potatoes, turnip Blood Bank Mobile Unit facilities such as exists in Music ByTHECOUNTRY
Eric Kersey of \Valdo visited Freeman Friday morning. fourteenth birthday on greens, apple cobbler, corn during the day. Giving blood is Gainesville, which we don't
their father. -\\1.: Jones. Friday :Mr and Mrs Frank Dec 15. bread, milk. a very simple and painless have in Bradford County at EDITION
Sovicinek of Starke visited We hope J.W. Home makesa Friday': Chili with beans, procedure. Coffee will be the present time. Credits can
\\ikeofNorthCarohna Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Griffis quick recovery. He was discharged tossed salad, crackers served to people who want or be drawn from Civitans any 12 Per Couple AdmissionSnacks
arrived Wednesday for a Saturday afternoon. from Bradford cinnamon roll, milk. need it.One time.
\Il'l'k's'isit with her son andf.lmllv. :Miss Debbie Scott of County Hospital last week but pint of blood donatedwill When we realize the\ And Set Ups Free
the Lloyd Wikes Brooker visited :Mr and Mrs. is now hospitalized at Baptist cover a whole family for tremendous costs of blood. For Tickets Call 964-8182 f i CHO
Joe;O'Guin visited relatives :Mike Griffis. Christmas Memorial Hospital in Jacksonville -
and/ friends Mississippi: afternoon. .
1'hursdav and Friday Ronald Sims of Oklahomaand Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fontaine I
:Mrs] ,\ J Dugger and Granny Jennings and spent Christmas with Mr and I, PAST FUTUREYEAR
children of Americus. Georgia Ronald Sims Sr of Jacksonville !Mrs William Schaub and from our comes our
arrived Sunday Dec 19 to visited Donald Sims and daughter. Florence, in .
spend the holidays with her :Mr and :Mrs Gerald Gnffis Crescent City. (Josephine

1J.lrents.11': and :Mrs. J E. "Friday morning and Donald deserves a good rest after performing YEAR OF YEAR OF YEAR UF YEAR OF YEAR OF YEAR OF YEAR OF YEAR OF
Pearce went home with them for a so many acts of kindness FOODFAIR
:Mr and :Mrs Calvin Griffis few days visit during the past two
Jr had as Tuesday luncheon The 'HI'and :Mrs Hugh weeks and making Christmas 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
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t'st.Irs: ,\ J' Uugger and Walters visited her father in enjoyable for people of all
children] ol Amencus. Ga.. the :Medical Center in ages! i
:Mrs Patricia Allen and Gainesville Christmas Bill Summers enjoyed b '
children of Starke. and his uft 'rnoon. Christmas dinner with !Mr 99999999
'Istl'r.Irs: Elouise Pierce of Friends of :Mr and :Mrs and :Mrs James Nessmith.
Raiford Hughie Cowart will be happy :Mr and Mr. Harold Waters
Steve Norris returned home to learn they have moved spent Christmas with their
Wl.dnl'sd.Iaftt'r several days irom Texas to JacksonvilleMr mothers and !grandmothers( SUPERMARKETSJJIH.i11r' 67777777 tJ
visit with his brother and :Mrs Florence Waters in Lake
lainilv. :Mr and :Mrs Robert : and :Mrs Jack Harris Butler and :Mrs Louise New
I Norris; in PannasofkeeMichael and children.] Charles :Mattox man of Starke
: Newton and :Mr and :Mr and :Mrs Hughie :Miss Sharon Ta>lor of Or 90123456
and :Mrs GeraldGrit i fis had as Cow art were Christmas lando spent Christmas Day
Christmas luncheon guests his dinner guests of :Mrs Ruby with her parents. :Mr and
p.lrt'nts.11': and :Mrs Robert Rickersnn in Lake Butler :Mrs Eugene: Taj lor
Newton of Kustis: :Mr and :Mrs II. G. :Mr and :Mrs Fred :Miller

:Mrs Ruby Dobbs spent Harrington and children (Hope Jr of Cincinnati. Ohio spent SAVE j 50 I CASHBBI pt + '; OFF Dnde';
( hnstmas with her children.Mr and Hal were Sunday Christmas week with his 1'1' *
: and :Mrslillard: Shirley.Mr luncheon guests in Lake City parents. Mr and Mrs Fred
: and l :Mrs Jimmy Tatum :Mr and :Mrs Bud demons :Miller Sr I

and family. :Mr and Sirs C A and family visited in :Mrs Garnet Studer was a J ; PLUMROSE PANTRY 1 LB BAG ;
:\1.1'c1l'nnSundav afternoonS .
(Coe. and, :Mrs Dorothv guest of :Mr and :Mrs :Marion

:Merrill;Mrs Ilt-lores Crews of Lake \ \ illx't!>d' Mann lY night of supper Ocala was guest ah'lnc Page on and Christmas family of Day Jacksonville COOKED HAM : : PRIDE

City visited :Mrs] \"t'l'baInr: ol :Mr andIrs; Bill :Mr andIrs: Eddie i ; COFFEE$159

u tin\ and gills. Saturday' afternoon Browning Fitzpatrick and family of j J
:Mr and :Mrs Bill Browninghad SLICED IMPORTED-Soz PKG. I +AjinI
Tampa spent Christmas and
as Friday night guests.Mr the following week with Mrs. L TNIE COUPON AT PANTRY PRIDE OR Old STORES ,. TNT/COUPON WEO DIC 2 TOPU WN JAN 2 1 77 LIMIT 1 Or(ICS
: and :Mrs Henry Perry : ., DEC. 45, TNRU SUN.' JAN 2' 5517. \.: COUPOII WITH A $1 S.oil iO I P0000110I5 TOS.000 PNOOUCn I
:37 FFA And and daughter Renee of( Keystone : Viola l.efebvre and Mr and - -> - f S Ir - - S-
:Mrs Henry Spell and Steven .XN:: .
and
Heights David
of I'alatka '
Browning II \'JI''U' I 1..IKEMr : .
4-11 ;iMembersAdtatirc _
:Mr and :Mrs, Bill: Browninghad ruaalSNpMlcUaooowlDo.e1.TMu
au".JAN I.f.TI OUSNTRY .10..1.. COMPARE .wMr1
a.s Sunday dinner guestslr : and :Mrs James ;- o..r.r.r wro

Past! t : and Mrs, Alton Browningand !! Nessmith spent Christmaswith ..... .. .... PMttl, MIN> l.tf
COMPARE oil n' 890IN
daughter Susie of Jacksonville. his brother Arley .0.act. .P 0 e Trash Can Liners ,a'
:Mr and :Mrs ,l
Buddy Nessmith V11 {IYI SI tee
in Lake Butler ,
"t'i On 1411 II.' '
|i-In Fop II'.IIU" and two daughters Sunday they visited their son. Snack Crackers 49t 4'W 9Coffee Creamer 919 +0'
Tammy and ..Jl'nn01 .., .
Penney ,
:Mr and :Mrs Tom Nl'ssmilhWif1 hji | WtH M1IM1 MMtt "W
*77 Meet, Slruw Farms, IMU> I>MlSnack 49t Breakfast Drink 99 50
Olives 10'I
I brew Sweatisited :Mr and ,
.. LL151111 Ian
In preparation for the Brad- afternoon:Mrs' Bill and Browning! played] a Friday taped Pantry OtL11N Pride Pretzels 59t lo' r Pantry Pride Napkinsj 49* io
lord Ilion Cattlemen's Steer
church for them VNA I1UIJW HI IN MM1S .
:Slow\ and Sale ::17 PEA and 4- Friends service Seas Dressing 2/s/ 1 91 1 1
( Handy Hunmcutt
II members adanced past t the N
will IK- happy l to learn that he PINT If INN I IN U ft Nwl"'11 29 N Every Day LowPrkeKOUNTY 34
tirst 1 steer. \\'lgh'ln on Salur The population of the United 39t / A
home for 1J before Paper Towels A
<1,1II..'.' 4 I is days States in the year 1900 was
leaving for ( I.eJune lift cut toiGrated P 4 KIST
The amp
Steer Show which I is 75,994,575! 39t I ; P
held during the Bradford North,
County Fair. :March :JO-April Jis NIL iw*lluElegant r 191\
39t -
I sponsored; hv the Bradford! Detergent tot 1v4 rEAA r
l' n i Ion (Cattlemanssociation I I PRE- Min MIM ttai NI NI 1 / 1
AM SfVtl WMOil MEHMII
Marshmallows 39t to I COMPARE ow npr / t.rl
'\ ) with support fromliu.il I :-K.Y 1702
businesses, and individuals turn INN timi until iii M OWN)piNin mn n4
throimh! donation-" Yellow Cling Peaches 3/s/ 1 29 / Cold Cups 89 10' CANSCM 4/l
and the purchase ol a steersMstint <
,\ \ hoys and girls in Bartlett 8 Pears 3/f129'/ "'1 Applesauce 99* 30' '

learning. to properly rare and Putin, WM. jj uAluminum>": 1%"
train their animals are 41! Foil 3/117'/ = EW rEAA Swift Potted Meat 5/1/ 25' NEw rEAA
leaders! cattlemen \'" \j

\instructors. eMi-n-ion ager"-,
and\ others
FFand 4-11's have I be.Mtaring A&'l /' 10 / I
HOLLAMD HOUSI ov mriH MONOGRAM PANTKY PMM FYNI Tttl
JUM .
lor their, animalsme r r / r r rr
\ Pantry Prid*
r GRAIN r BLACKPEPPER MARASCHINOCHERRIES
10NG
COCKTAILMIXES KOSHERDILLS
...I least, ((1l'Io"'rI1d) \ mu' / T / i it T f
keep manual record-. I thiptojtit RICE Tea Bags
which leai lies mane "
r management,' i it iiL'
"
FF.1 and 4 II J11"I1II1..t 191\ 1911 iffi 1911 191\ 19 11 jg1 1
1 a,1)1 /I ,11 tut
advancing/ arc /J1f'rICln' ''' / a,11)
\ \\ Fr.inkicndrew! -
Barren' Brown Jon( Brown

->inny/ Brown I Dwavne/ Craw r ........ ... ..
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-
IIII'd'1..lI1d.1 COMPARE .. 'COMPARE -oaO
(I' .... e :
Lynn \\ford .0. ''0 Bargains in Frozen Health & MKI W,0Beale
shame !Dobbs. ich.ielI'nkfs e ,
:Marilyn mill" I'llI man 3/M/ 1 18MttiUM < COMPARE NN..1KtY IV...,, ,wY W 1 !COMPARE ar.rttrM,...NKWro. qY Yr1 Mt, Coffee Filters 77< Zr88C
Jimmy Hawkins;. JII ''J.ieVaiev 51 I UN 6 ,
"t heir INN I.. "nviM ... uNMLtfvtm m MVM H.tm cm*CM"" ...
Howard." Hayes(Carl Johnmnne Sh Is' I b) MMIMH Fireplace' 1 tU *Logs 1Fireplace 67 Orange Juice 6/M/ 1 M'CoTif} Medicine 1149 J 40' Panty Hose 81''

Johns, Jack Parr IIU.| Logs $3" 1T Whippedi'pping 49* 10' *, 50' M ii"Oil 39* 10EvcryDayLowPrkc '
f1t9
Welih/ ,Jamie ne.id. { Contac Capsules
,
MarkSilliams' :Mikemlrcw/ Innn.IWorrell. -, i.111 KM Coffee IM IWI Rich 4/s116/ { "Pepto'"I Bismol f109] 30. rill
(
Harry Faulkner Kvelvnntlis : 118 Iw fcuit* "w 551 NUT tniim" tnt "YSa 11{

;' Kverelte: 'llavi I U Welch Donuts 69 E' Suffrage Hair Spl 'Y 88e 51' BRUCE OR SHOW BOAT
\ im-i'iii Porchia//o Kim, 1 CANADA MMfllMf' MM f WIN '1h| P
I'enly I Sonja Tenly :Mike Waffles 39 30' J Alka Seltzer 66* 13' CUT SWEET
Williams and! I.e-tci DRY r
C'1'.1IIII'd.
Lake Butler Junior and GINGER ALE CLUB SODA. i I LAICk. POTATOES

Senior fo'F.dlaph'r Jack WINK OK COLLINS r r r TYLENOL 30oi CANS
Shaw. Dacee TouKle fIfl
Bobby vy i1 T a
Waters. Johnny Welch and A TABLETS
Bernard Williams.
Continues Thru Dae. 31 A&lIj

191 191\ 191\ 1911 19
Closed Jan 1 Happy New Year To All NEW i W rtA A s

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Matthew Brady, the famous I 1 LB CAN 2 LB CAN
Horn orll. Gom.H. Ho 1ST'9.*
Civil War photographer took Alto' Ocola C.ol ...., Palaika Loh.GAY CASH WITNc. Two COUI ON 1111015115105'< CASH WITH Two COUPON AT. Pt0T.105105. 16oz PTL <
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.MARK'S.John CHURCHRev. Flynn New Year's Eve ServiceIs i Madison Street Artetnus W. Brown


SUNDAY: Holy Eucharist, Set At Pine LevelThis Church N Artemus Wilmot Brown
8:30: a.m.' Church School,9:45: Baptist w s age 77, of Route 1 (Griffis
a.m.; Holy Eucharist, 11 a.m. Friday evening A film entitled, "FOLLOWME child Loop) died Monday in the
WEDNESDAY : Junior December 31, the Pine Levtl ," an uplifting en- WATCH NIGHT you wish to have Bradford County Hospital
Choir Practice, 6:30: p.m.; Baptist Church will be having tertaining motion picture SERVICE service.dedicated ring, them to this following a sudden illness.
Senior Choir Practice, 7:30: a special New Year's Eve about Christian discipleship in There will be a Watch Night He was born in Bradford

p.m. Watchnlght service. day to day living will be service at the Madison Street J\I\UAKY! ) County on Nov. 1, 1899. Mr.
Beginning at 7:30: p.m., the shown. The film is designedfor r Baptist Church in Starke, nUI'rvuy: Brown was a former
First Baptist service will include a Bible all ages from children to beginning at 9 p.m. and going The chUKh\ Will hold its correctional officer at the
quiz Bible sword drills, adults. until shortly after midnight.A .
( Florida State Prison, retiringin
January jibl Study this
Church special music, and a film. Mr Rick Jackson from St. movie "Man of Steel" will 1964. He was a member of
Sunday, J1' Wednesday,
210
There will be a break in the will be the \
Augustine bringing be shown; a time of games; the Grace Baptist Church,
Rev. Ben Bryant service later in the Jan. 5, from 110 8:30: p.m.
evening at message at the close of the fellowship, refreshments anda serving as a deacon for many
which time refreshments will service. Mr Jackson is now short devotion. All are .
SUNDAY: Sunday School be served. and There wit)) pe a class for years.Survivors
attending Flagler College welcome. include his wife,
9:45: a.m.; Morning Worship, Special music for the ser will be entering Seminaryafter CRITTER COOKOUTThe every age. Mining" a nursery Bell Brown two sons,
Georgia ;
for .
11 a.m. Church Training vice will be pre s p ()le..s.Obituaries
; 6'15: presented by Ray graduation.The church will hold its Carol Brown of Gainesville &
p.m.; Evening Worship, 7:30: mond and Joyce Moody from public is invited to annual Critter Cook-out this Artemus Brown of Lake

p.m. Fort Worth, Texas Raymondwas attend this special New Year's Saturday, Jan. 1. Butler; five daughters, Mrs.
GRAHAM: BAPTIST a former music directorat service. Supper will be served at 6 Doris Hall of Lake Geneva,
Rev James Starling Pine Level Baptist Church. p.m. Besides the regular Mrs. Lucille Rowe of Starke,
He also worked for the Florida FIRST ASSEMBLYOF SMYRNA: BAPTISTCIIUHCII critters, there will be beef and Btlwurdi NMrs. Emma Jo Hardenbrook
Ali a u.
;Mrs.
Highway JANUARY BIBLECONFEHENCE Elder T.C.Williams
Patrol. Raymondwas GOD chicken served.
SUNDAY: Sunday School, of Angie, La., Mrs. Shirley

10 a.m..; Training; Morning Union Worship, 11a.m. lington graduated Baptist College from the in Ar Arlington Hwy."the happy 16 at We church"(don St. "On the search tor a BABY DEDICATIONAND Mrs AliCe B. Kdwards; \ 97, Gnann Ernestine of Moody Starke. of& Buck-Mrs.

; 6p.m.; Texas, and is now the The annual January Bible Starke friendly church?" LORD'S SUPPER of Brookerj j>a*!>ed away Sun- hannon, W. Va. one brother,
Evening Worship, 7pm. ;
WEDNESDAY: Mid-Week Minister of Music at the Victory Conference will be held SUNDAY SERVICES: Sunday,January 2, at the 11 day niorrilil after an ex- Mr. Clyde Brown of Starke;
Service, 7:30 Baptist Church in January 2.5 at the First Sunday School 10 a.m. Welcome to Smyrna a.m. service the church will tended illn Praver : p.m. Weatherford Church of Starke. Mrs. EcMrtJa\ :\ was a lifetime
Texas.MADISON Baptist Morning Worship 11 Sunday School, 10 a.m., be observing the Lord'ssupper Bradford Sasser & Mrs. Mora Clark
FIRSTCHRISTIANCHURCH Pastor Ben P. Bryant states a.m. Worship Service, 11 a.m., and having a special J'esil\111\ of both of Starke; 31 grand
STREET that all adults will be makingan Eve Worship 7 p.m.WEDNESDAY B.T.S., 5:45: p.m., Evening Baby Dedication Service.If County. Sl\\ intensive in the bookof Nov. 23.1I'\ !l, and was a
study : have a baby or small
Jim Love,Minister BAPTIST CHURCH Worship, 7 p.m. you member New; River children.
the
Sunday: Sunday school, 9:45: Rev. Charles SwartzFRIDAY Romans. The Pastor will Is Youth meeting 7 p.m. All visitors are warmly CbOrcIVSurvive1\Of\ Funeral services will be
There Baptist
a.m.; morning service 10:45: teaching the class. Bible Study 7 p.m. welcomed. We preach the Edward's NewsSt. include three held at 2 p.m. Thursday, Dec
also be classes designed to Pastor Robert Harden death, burial and'St. in the Grace
Baptist
Watch Ser- 30.
a.m.; youth group 6pm.; : Night l Mrs. Rebecca
evening worship pm.; choir vice, 9 p.m.SATURDAY. meet the needs of all age Welcome one and all! resurrection of the Lord Jesus daughter Frank of Gainesville/ Mrs. Church with Rev. Leon Odom
groups. A modern nursery Christ. Come join on theLord's Edward's Catholic & Rev. Milton
: : Critter Cooke us Jerry
8pm.Wednesday
practice facility is also provided. MORGAN: : ROAD Virginia \t fre' of Keystone
night: Bible Out, 6 p.m.SUNDAY. BAPTIST Day Church was beautifully decorated Heights il !Mrs Flora officiating. Interment will be
study, 8 p.m.Tcal : : Sunday School, Sunday Services Sunday IN MEMORYIn : for Christmas with a Kelley \Vildwood ii ; three in Hope Cemetery at Theressa
9:45:: a.m.; Morning Worship, Classes will meet Sunday, : Nativity Scene in the Edwards of with DeWitt C. Jones Funeral
School !
10 sons Hairy\
a.m., Morning
11 a.m. with Lord's Supperand January 2, at 6:15-8:30: : p.m. Worship and Services for the memory of our beloved Sanctuary along with live dec- Gainesville CAy: and J.V. Ed- Home in charge of the
ElectricElectric orated trees, and white and
Baby Dedication; Church and Monday-Wednesday at 7p.m. Deaf, 11 a.m., Training Union, Beverly Gwennette Floyd who wards of (1l{(((Hiker: one sister. arrangements.
Training, 6:15: p.m.; Evening The public is encouragedto passed suddenly three red poinsettias. of Raiford
6:30: p.m.. Evening Worship, away Father Patrick Foley and :Mrs. Bessie S\pp\ ;
Work At It's Best Worship, 7:30: beginning our attend this Bible 7:30: p.m. year ago on Dec. 26, 1973. Mrs. Robbie Shaller 11 gramlffjildren\ \ ; 19 great.grandchhl. Percy Earl Thomas
January Bible Study. Conference. Phone 964-6562 Wednesday Services: Mid- You are gone but not for. decorated the remainder of .. n And 9 great-
139 E. Call 964-7423 MONDAY through WED. for further information. Week Prayer Service and gotten. great-grahidrcn.() | |
NESDAY Bible the Church with red candles Percy E. Thomas, 61, died
Starke, Fla. TFN : January Bible Study, 7:30: p.m., Choir and greenery around each Funeral I rVices were held Sunday night in Union Central
Study, 7 p.m. each night. Annie B. Anderson and in
Practice, 8:15: p.m. window and a Christmas Monday, hfv. 27 ut 3 pm. Hospital alter a brief illness.

- -...... .. -.... .... .........................'...............................Family... wreath Church. at the rear of the the with New the 1 Vtf 1 lIe"\ James Baptist Countryman Church- where Born he in had Union lived most County.of his

Cindy Gissy was organist at and tfy'\\lf\ Terry Cran- life, he was in the pulpwood
both the 7 p m. and the Mid- lord ulfiCj till !. Intermentwas business.
with in .iW. Sew River include
night Christmas Masses Survivors one
the pastor, Reverend Patrick Cemetery, \\'111UeWltt C. daughter, Mrs. Donna Jean
Home of Starkein
Foley, the celebrant. The St. Jones Fui'y/al Dennison of Tampa; two sons
Edward's Choir was joined at dlal' I!' Donald Hay Thomas of Lutz

Midnight Mass with Donna and Stephen Thomas of Fl
EVERYDAY4. Samons playing the clarinet, Mr*.. MiUrftl I Tliigpri: Payne, Ala.: mother. :Mrs.
; Cathy Schoening playing the Maude Thomas of Lake
bass clarinet and John Kiggs :Mrs. :Miljre'\ )Thigpen. 51, of Butler one brother. Robert
playing the trumpet. Starke. d 11| id Thursday in Thomas of Lake Butler. II
Mrs. Michael Gilhooly was Alachua l\ft\fft\\ \ \ I Hospital( in grandchildren and a great
in charge of refreshments Ga 1111'S v ill >, grandchild.
e served in the parish hall Born in ftiinibus.; | Georgia 1o'unl'ralas held Wednesday
following Midnight Mass July 31, l 1Iz!: ::, She had lived in at 11 a.m. in the Chapel of
SUPERMARKETS :New' Year'HSchedule the Stark<( area for over w: Archer t-'unl"raillome of Lake
Dec. 31 New Year's Vigil >l'arll.I: )lliigpen was II i Butler with the Rev C.F
Mass 7 p.m. member !iifte\ (Hope Baptist Durrance officiating. Interment -
PRIC ES New Year's Day No; Massat Church at 'fhwessa. was in Klzey Chapel
St. Edward's (Fr. Foley Survivobjt( include her husband Cemetery, with Archer
serves the prisons on this !, Wallace/ / I.. Thispen. 'uneraillome of Lake Butlerin
.
A LIFELONG HABIT day). Jr.; one duMithtor\ June 1'h'R-' charge of arrangements/
Sunday Jan. 2 Mass is pen of f'u'rKe! : three sons.
scheduled for 11 a.m. Joseph 'ffi'gf\ > 1 of Orange.
CCD Classes Junior and :N.J.. WVn'( Thigpeii of Danny lla/.cii
OFF UK WE WANT YOU 10 Senior High School Wed., Starke. ar\,\\<) l Vivid Thigpen of
Jan. 5. after 6:30: p m. Mass (Crestvie- h\'O> brothers, Joe Danny llazen. 18. was
first through sixth grades -- Frith of '+a\, Juan Puerto( fatally injured in an auto
Sunday. Jan. 9 9:30: a.m. Rico aril'\ Tommy, Frith of accident Friday night on SK 18
Lake Bul|<*. near Worthington Springslie
;
ANY SIZEDOZEN : :New Yl'ar's'e: Dance Jo'uneriJel''ices\ were held lived in the :New River

St. Edward's will host a Sunday. Ucc. !,16,? ,\in the UeWitt section ot Bratllord County
New Year's Eve Dance in the C Jones H(atwl( with the Rev He was born in Luke Butler
: EGGS : Parish Hall beginning at 9 Lea mon \Vv'irt: ) officiatliiR. Interment and attended Union County
; ; pm. with Mrs. Michael! iil- \'as in Santa Fe schools. lie was a 1976 l! hooly in charge of Cemetery 4t t Hampton Lake graduate and played 2 years
OTTM TWrt THmt.UW LMifT I Of IACH CINTI I arrangements. varsity and 2 years of junior
art coupon"nnir'iOOUtO...rooo"" uisiiO. ...CO mooucTi IICLUHDVBI ABOUT SHOPPING AT PANTRY PRIDE! varsity football} as ((iiarler

mm mm ma mm -- mmmmf ---- back lie also played baseballas

second baseman and went
......IT....AMD PICIS OOOO".D.MC.a.,THRU BUN,.......l.77 QUANTITY HTE HtSKItWCD WATER CENTRAL HEAT LAIR 10 state in football and base
Bargains in Meat PORK LVKES SHOULDER WHOLE 6 OOOEO TO 8 hall\ lie\\asa member ol' the

LB AVG. Baptist Church.Survivors .
SMOKED Let us explain our energy include Ins
BONELESSHAMS 59? parents. Mr! and :.Mrs. I Doyle
3LE PICNICS K; (lawn of Lake Butler two
:
56 brothers Halph K: and
AGAR SAVE 21' A POUND saving system
I, .. Richard Ha/en both ol Luke
''A us GOVT Butler paternal grand
$ 4,
1 a i TONELESS BEEP INSPECTED mother. :Mrs. Jellic llazen of
3 399 CO..IO Gainesville and maternal
LB :
r r ROUNDSTEAK
_ar COMPLfELYI1
CAN 1 r'M $138 Ward grandmother of Lake: Butler:Mrs. I Donnie

LB Funeral services were held

p 7/QI p r 31c SAVE 51' A POUND _._. Sunday in the Chapel of
:; INSTALLED Archer Funeral Home of Lake
A
A FOR VOUMTRADITIONAL
NEW YEAR TREAT A ASSORTED a TOp ; Butler, with the Rev :Melvin
5 LB Men olficiat illj(. Intermentwas
i
BONELESS SMOKED 19 Pork LoinCHOPS in J Dekle Cemetery with

r HOG tV' 1EAA = r 98 C Archer Funeral Home in

1 LOTS OFCHICKEN 1 6 SAVE 21' A POUND La I1 $1490(2TON charge of arrangements

(hut} II(' I..
'
OJ HAM
SMOKED ON COR OR
2 LBJ
: t HOCKSEXCELLENT FIIESH FREEZER QUEEN PKG ( SYSTEM) nil('linn mi n
SLOCSD'U'.a G.n.'UL
19 FLOIIIDA C 19 1 1/ ...*.UOIAN.MOSTACCIOU.ALIMUHV cessaryelecl'lal 1>'\ll\'ne L. Buchanan\ t 67.
/
= Oil GEORGIA 39 A R TIA"a OHAVV. C plus any
E 99V
EW EA PREMIUM --V 4 EW T CDAR.ROIL.ATTI6' died Thursday in Shands1'eachinghospnalafter
GRADE LB ASSORTED DINNERS work a brief

illness.He .
it ItnMSH ''ip a 0 0 + iir was born in Indiana and
** wnt
SMOKED 1 has lived in !Lake Butler for
FRESH PORK r r rr
GROUND SLAB r ON the past year lie was a
SAVE $$
BUTTS painter and a member of the
BEEF BACON w Christian Church.Survivors .

YOUR ELECTRIC include one son:
Lowell K.: Buchanan\ of

191 1191} u 191 r'' 191 11 191 rl 191 111 191l Sharpen, Florida: one half
1 BILL brother l.loyd Buchanan of
Ardmore Okla. and 3 grand-
Carrier's new "SUPER children.

Bargains in Produce '7!' N Bargains in Bakery E" unit i it new alto II IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIItIII I Funeral was held, with Monday Rev in
;LQwwi available Demand toefficiency (Dekle Cemetery
''
FRESH PANTRY PRIDE PULL APARTBROWN'N .. II John Grant officiating. Interment
itit u t n
..
$ compari- IIIII III1"S. under the directionof
2 DOl M00mmnwuiniM' FRESH GREEN was
Florida Oranges IIIIIIIiIIIIIIILIIIIIIINIIII
-+ _
SERVEBREAD ton before yew buy. Archer Funeral I Home of

White Grapefruit 8'* M"MlltilVtV GREENCABBAGE CUKES OR Carrier beat them all I Lake Butler.

A : .. up to 70% depending

U.S. NO. 1 Potatoes 1 BELL PEPPERS on the brand CAHDOFTIIANKS:
16oz 3/l TTn.T.N .
LOAF We are sincerely grateful to
U friends and neighbors for their
IDAHOBAKING LB 14 9 many kind acts' of sympathy
/ U.S. NO. 1 EACH PANTRY PIUDt during our sad bereavement.Our .
P HOT DOG CM appreciation cannot be
/ SAVE 5' A POUND SAVE S' HAMBURGERROLLS ; adequately expressed.

r 1: AIR CONDITION SERVICE Family of G.L, Sapp

HED OR GOLDIN
DELICIOUS YELLOW 1S 19S ALL BRANDS AND MAfIOF AIR Army Private ItolliiM"

10 99 g APPLES IV ONIONS 1111 I11 CONDITION SYSTEMS SERVICED Complete Training
win mm Via t MM II m I.'' "IS
Dinner Rolls 3/1/ PROMPTLY AND ECONOMICAL.SAWYER Army Private Edward W
B BAG
1911 6 Rollins, son of Mr. and Mrs.
.....,
MM RDIIa in M KM ton i Ill if
E W YEAR = ? 191 '111 191 Olympic Meal Bread 59t Lake Edwin Butler L. Rollins., recently Route completed 2,

training as an armor
crewman under the One
t Station Unit Training OSUT)
WISH Program at Fort Knox, Ky.
ALL I Air Conditioning
we are pleased to accept OSUT is a 13-week period
20LBBOX 2 QUARTS which combines basic combat

POWDER LIQUID U.S.D.A.I FOOD STAMPCOUPONS 337 W. Madison f irkePh. .training dividual training.Pvt. with advanced. In-

$7.251 DETERGENT$2.38 I .* *64-T7tn Rollins( Is a 1976
DETERGENT I graduate of Union County
.' High School. Lake Butler


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: CHURCH! ACTIVITIESCHURCH Christopher who was 7 years
f old. After law, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT premises of the Kwik Kar Wash OF GOO: Sunday games, he opened playing his some gifts by Elizabeth Terry Whitehead and family of McClellan, Daren and Paul of
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Building I will offer for sole and School, 10 a.m. ; Worship they served cake and ice; Phone 7K2-3300 Kingsley Lake. Vidalia, Ga., Mr. and Mrs.
sell to the highest bidder for Services II a.m, and 7 p.m.; and Christmas with Maxie Reddish, Donald and
day their
FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRAD cream. There were 12 children and Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Boyerof
FORD COUNTY cash In hand the above des Prayer Meeting Wednesday and six adults present The parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dunn and brother Bill, both of Inverness spent Christmas Randall of State Farm, and
CIVIL ACTION cribed property of said defendant 7:30: p.m. YPE Friday 7:30: Futch's brought Miss Terry Camp. Jacksonville. Their sister, afternoon with Elder A.E. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Jonesof

CASE No.76389In to satisify the aforesaid pm. home on Christmas afternoonand Mrs. Martha Strickland and I Mrs. Richard Walker and Massey. Heilbron, were Christmas

re: The Marriage of RAY- Execution. EVERGREEN BAPTIST: visited Mr. and Mrs. Tom children of Hazelhurst Ga.,,, daughters, of Hilliard met Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly dinner guests of their parents,
MOND W. WOODHAM Dolph E. Reddish Sheriff Sunday School 19 am. ; Tatum Jr., and family for a spent the Christmas holidayswith I them there. and brother, Cecil Whiteheadof Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellan.
husband and WANETTA ANN Bradford County Florida Worship Services 11 a.m. and short time and on their her brother and sister i in I We are happy to report that Kingsley Lake visited Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ben McCulley
WOODHAM. wife 7 p.m.; T.U. 6 p.m.; Prayer home they visited Mr. way and law Mr. and Mrs. Gene Mr. Arlie Dobbs came home Beulah Revel and Mrs. Hazel spent the weekend with some

.vs- 12/16 4tchg 1/6 Meeting Wednesday 7 p.m. Mrs. John Klaren and familyof Pearson. Other guests were Friday from St Vincent's Smith of Palatka, on friends who were stationed in
Defendant The church will have their Mandarin. their nephew and niece Mr. Hospital, and is improving Wednesday.Mr. Spain with them and who now

i NOTICE OF SUIT IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR regular watch nite service !Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jones and Mrs. Thomas Stricklandof I slowly at home. and Mrs. D.R. Brown live in Titusville Mr. and Mrs.
Dec. 31st. The service
NO PROPERTYTO BRADFORD COUNTY Friday and family Mr. and Mrs. Hazelhurst, Ga., who spent Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hardee Cynthia and mother, Mrs. Robert Kettering. They had
will be 8
: WANETTA ANN WOOD- p.m. through David Wilkerson and family Christmas weekend with I of Jacksonville, and their Lucille T. Ivey, were Christmas an Old Fashioned Spanish
FLORIDAIN Featured
HAM, 663 Parkland Apts.. Apt. PROBATE Midnight. singers Mrs. Linda Crawford and them. Christmas Eve guestsof parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hardee dinner guests of her Reunion. Other Spanish
will be New Jerusalem
: G2. Loveland Ohio CASE NO. 76113CPFILE Jennifer, all of Jacksonville, the Pearsons were Mrs. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. mother Mrs. J.B. Taylor Jr., friends were Mr. and Mrs.
NO. 12431IN Quartet and Gospel Echoes. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Selita Lee and their granddaughter Arlie Dobbs on Sunday. Other Mrs. Sylvia T Pope, and son Richard Cooper also of Spain.Mr. .
GRACE UNITED
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat METHODIST School Wilkerson of Raiford Mr. and Michelle Lee of guests for the day were their David, of Jacksonville, and and Mrs. Floyd Jenkinsof
an action for dissolution of RE: !Estate: of RAYMOND J. : Sunday Mrs. Tim Wilkerson and Jacksonville. For Christmas sons and daughter in law, Mr. and Mrs. H.E. Bivins, and Jacksonville, were Christ-
marriage has been filed againstyou GUERTIN. Deceased 9:45: a.m.and; Worship Services family, and Mr. and Mrs. Earl dinner were their brother in Mrs. and Mrs. Casey Dobbs son Brian, of Waycross, Ga., mas dinner guests of their
Wanetta Ann Woodhamand NOTICE OF 11 a.m. 7pm. ; Prayer Wilkerson and family were law, Mr and Mrs. Stanley and family, also of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Thomas brother in law and sister,

you are required. to serve a ADMINISTRATIONTO Good Circle News Wednesday 9 a.m.. Christmas dinner guests of Fedak of Starke, and their son and Jay of Live Oak, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. O. Nicula and

copy of your written defenses if ALL PERSONS HAVING Rap Wednesday their parents Mr. and Mrs. in law, and daughter, Mr. Mr and Mrs. Wayne Mrs. T.L. Casey, Kathy and family.
any to it, on the plaintiff's CLAIMS OR DEMANDS 7:30: p m.HIGHLAND Leon Wilkerson. and Mrs. Tom Tatum Jr., and Gustafson and daughter Lee, of Starke Mr. and Mrs. Danny Phillips was a

attorney whose name and AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE School BAPTIST: !Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Griffis family.Mr. Margaret of Orlando, spent Seeb Andrews, Debbie and Wednesday overnight guest of
address is AND ALL OTHER PERSONS Sunday 10 a.m. ; and family, and Billy Payne and Mrs. Lane Carter Christmas weekend with their Randy of Wildwood, Mrs. his sister Mrs. Fate Redd, of
Services and
Worship 11 a.m.
Pudiuy P Hardy Esquire INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE: and Mrs. Maines Griffis and and family of Miami, Mr. and parents. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gayle Todd and sons Brad Macon, Ga. She returned
Pierce & Hardy P.A. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat 6 p.m. ; Prayer Meeting children of Palatka Larry Mrs. Charles Carter and Dobbs, Mike and Chris. and Scott of Orange Park, Mr. home with him on Thursdayand

I PO Drawer 1030 the Administration" of the Wednesday The church at observed 7:30: p.m. their White Mr. and Mrs. Robert family and their mother, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Emory Eunice and Mrs. Chuck Moore. Bob will spend Christmas and

Starke Florida. 32091 Estate of RAYMOND J. Christmas Wednesday Smith and family and Mr. Elva Kirkland and Calvin, and family of Chattanooga, and Ryan of Moultne. Ga., New Year's holidays with
Program
and file the original with the GUERTIN Deceased File No. 1- nite Dec. 22. The Church and Mrs. Lynn Boch, were were Christmas dinner guestsof Tenn., spent Christmas week !Mr and Mrs. Danny Danny and their mother, Mrs.

clerk of the above styled courton 2431 is pending. in the Circuit will have their Watch Christmas dinner guests of Mrs. Lois Carter. with their parents, Mr and Thompson and Kevin a""rd O.J. Phillips.
or before January 11. 1977; Court for Bradford County Service Night Dec. their mother and grandmother Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carter Mrs. Harold Eunice, and other Brian, of Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn
otherwise a judgement may be Florida Probate Division the Friday Night Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson were Christmas dinner guestsof relatives. Emory was !Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Moore Prescott and family of Kings-
entered against you for the relief address of which, is P.O. DrawerB 31st beginning 8:30: p.m. and Mrs. Daisy Boch. their brother in law and scheduled to preach at North- were guests of their parents ley Lake, Mr. and Mrs.

demanded in the complaint or Starke Florida 32091. The School LAVR.BAPTIST: Sunday Mrs. Hester Hicks was a sister, Mr. and Mrs. Kern side Church on Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore on Frederick Prescott, and Mr.
petition. Personal Representative of the 10 a.m. Worship Christmas dinner guest of her Frank of Lakeland. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hardee Christmas day. Other guests and Mrs. Floyd Norman and
Services 11 am. and 7:30
WITNESS my hand and the !Estate: is RANDALL R. CHISM. : brother in law and sister Friends of Mrs. Loca and family were Christmas were their brother and sister son, were Christmas dinner
seal of said Court on December whose address is 534 West Pratt p.m. ; Prayer Meeting Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Anders. Raulerson regret to learn that afternoon guests of their in law, Mr and Mrs. Paul guests of their parents, Mr.
3, 1976. Street Starke. Florida 32091. Wednesday at 7 p.m.. Mr. and Mrs. James she Is seriously ill in Riverside parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred !Moore of Orange Park and and 1 1Irs.: Leonard Norman
GILBERT S. BROWNAs The name and address of the NORTHSIDE BAPTIST: Bowman spent Christmaswith Hospital in Jacksonville. Our Carter of Maxville. While nephew and niece Mr and and brother in law and

Clerk of said Court Personal Representative's Sunday School 10 a.m. ; their parents, Mrs. R.W. prayers are with her. Her son there they exchanged gifts :Mrs Stove Ellis; of San sistl'rIr.: and Mrs. Carl
By Beulah M MoodyAs Attorney is set forth below; Worship Services 11 a m. and Bowman and Mr. and Mrs. Rev. Markalee Raulerson, of and served refreshments. Francisco California.Mrs. Norman and family.

Deputy Clerk All persons having claims or 7 p.m.; Prayer. Meeting R.E. Altwater of Jacksonville. Whitefish. Montana. and her Mrs. Lucille T. Ivey and Jessie :Mae Sohel, of Mr and Mrs. Jerry Vogler
demands against the !Estate: are Wednesday 7pm.SMYRNA Sunday guests of Mrs. Nellie daughters are with her. grandaughter. Cynthia Doraville. Ga.. Mrs. Lillie and family of !New> Smyrna
12 9 4tchg 12/30 required WITHIN THREE (131 : MISSIONARY Wilkinson and Mrs. Daisy Mr. and Mrs. V.A. Nicholsof Brown, attended the funeral of Carver and daughter, Mary Beach were Friday overnightand
MONTHS OF THE DATE OF BAPTIST: Sunday School 10 Boch were her daughter' Mrs Starke were Thursday her uncle Mr Charles Louise of Jacksonville visited Christmas dinner guests

THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF a.m. Worship Services 11 Tom Whaley and daughters of evening guests of Mr and Whittmere at Lake City on their cousins, Mr and :Mrs. of their parents Mr and Mrs.
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO am and 7 p.m. ; BTS 5:45: Mrs. Gene Pearson.
THIS NOTICE to file with the Tampa and Misses Lynn and Thursday Hermie Kelly on Thursday Doc Mosley After dinner on
REGISTER Clerk of the above Court a p.m. ; Prayer Meeting Kelly Whaley of Starke. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chamber. Mr and Mrs. Hermie Kelly morning.Mr Saturday the Voglers went toLimited
FICTITIOUS NAME written statement of any claimor Wednesday 7:30: p m. Mr. and Mrs. Kendall 1m visited their parents, !Mr.. were Christmas dinner guestsof and Mrs. Robert
demand they may have. Each ST. JOHNS MISSIONARY Mobley spent Christmas Eve and Mrs. Willis Chamberlm. their brother and sister in McClellan and Jeff of Starke, I tSre Page\ \\\1;\
BAPTIST: Sunday School 10
Pursuant to Section 865 09 claim must be in writing" and
Florida Statutes notice is must indicate the basis for the a.m. Worship Services 11
hereby given that the claim the name and address of a.m. and 3 p.m. on second and

undersigned Frances McNeish, the creditor or his Agent or fourth Sundays; Prayer Band
Route 1 1. Box 9-A Starke. Attorney and the amount noon on Mondays. :

Florida 32091. doing business claimed. If the claim is not yet 'T-
under the firm name of "THE PERSONALS 1 PA.rar.ixm.U.r.r.1A.
due the date when it will be-
Mddison James R. Ormond f rr
AUTO CLINIC. 435 come due shall be stated. If the Hall
Street Building. D. Staike claim is contingent or un Beach, spent Christmas r IAAARMIAILAPO
Bradford County. Florida weekend with his son and _
liquidated the nature of the uncertainty -
32091. intends to register said shall be stated. If the daughter-law, Pastor and '
fictitious name under the Mrs. James Hall Jr., and
claim is secured the security _
provisions of aforesaid statute shall be described. The Claimant, family. 4
Frances McNeish owner. shall deliver sufficient. copies of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas : ...
Dated this 23rd day of the Claim to the Clerk to enable Lindsay and family, and :.

December. A,D 1976 at Starke. the Clerk to mail one copy to Donna Wheeler went to Cross .
t Florida each Personal Representative.All City and spent last weekend
12 23 4tchg 1113/ persons interested in the with their parents, Mr. and r
Mrs. Herbert and
!Estate: to whom a copy of this Lindsay
other relatives. Miss Wheelerwas
NOTICE Notice of Administration has
been mailed are required a Christmas dinner guestof t
The Bradford County Board of the Thomas Lindsays. : qu
WITHIN THREE (131 MONTHS fink fIrst u rv llMCUSOUAI"
Commissioners. hereby gives FROM THE DATE OF THE Mr. and Mrs. Terry Futch
notice of intent to purchase a FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS and sons of JacksonvilleBeach

used motor grader not exceeding NOTICE to file any objectionsthey called on their aunt, \\pvnun 0uy any
1000 hours. may have that challengesthe Miss Elizabeth Terry, on
The bids will be opened and validity. of the Decedents Monday Dec. 20th. She
redding will be no later than Will the qualifications of the returned home with them and I c ; ,. 1p r
10.00 A.M. on Monday January Personal Representative or the was their guest until after I' 1 1 1+ 0ersecOnd

10 1977. The Bradford County venue or jurisdiction of the dinner on Saturday Christmas -'w '
Commissioners reserves the Court. day On Thursday the Futch's :: 61,00

right to accept or reject any or all ALL CLAIMS DEMAND were host for a birthday party ,
bids whichever will be in the AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO honoring their son

best interest of Bradford FILED WILL BE FOREVER *= r .1..t. 6
0
County A copy of the bid. re- BARRED. SAVE 11% SAY 23-33% SAVE 1.19 ay 'S JACKET MI.00

Quest and specification, can be Dated the First publication of AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE Sha a, d1L \

obtained by contacting the this Notice of Administration, : AND ALL OTHER PERSONS 48C :mcI67<= 5 $ $ 2nd JACKET
Office of Clerk Circuit Court at December 30 1976. INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE -I t
the Bradford County Court. RANDALL R CHISM. as DISCOUNT PRICE wAJ>Tatmi DISC PRICE wAs..I-ff-J4o DISCOuNr pNii NA: 3TI'f' R' r ( f1 Sv

house Starke. Florida Personal Representative of The YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat HEAVY irnr 100.0PUN I HOLIDAY PICRIC! BO FT. X V Kim CARDER 2 JACKETS
12 23 2tchg 12 30 Estate of RAYMOND J the administration of the KTUUn MOTOR OIL, IT.IM I" PAPER PLATE, ISO CT. NOSE IS PYLON REINFORCED t
GUERTIN. Deceased. estate of MERRITT WILLIAM % PORE VIRGIN CRUDE 0* BO-PI PIPER CUPS, 14 OZ. BIUMTIEI FOR 13 YEARS! SAVE 43*

ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL CRESSLER deceased File pKE 0
Sealed bids will be accepted in
the office. of the Business REPRESENTATIVE' Number 1 2549, is pending in iia sm ?4% Sn+c Qf OVS M 15'0 STUIIN LEISURE JACKETS
RICHARD E WELTY the Circuit Court for Bradford SAYE 12'4 SAVE 31 10 FAMVEStO
Sn.eM AT LULEIUUINPAICES
Manager Lawtey Correctional: Uf 120-20 r'F;F IJ
VP
'114 N. Walnut StreetP County. Florida Probate UP TO
Institution. S 200B North P 0. COLOR pRtirr MelKiilovs topstitcluii fiN
Box 229 Florida 0 Box 995 Division! the address of which is FILM. SROOT! CRACKERS I ,.
Lawtey 32058. STEP RICHT UP FOR SAYINGS detiilui tome piwlued tun
until. 5 00 P M January 3. 1977 Starke Florida 32091 Post Office Drawer B, Starke LJ 1102,10E ON FASNIONAOLE MErS SHOES hl IOCS pollster I eisycxo mewls""
904 9648050 Florida The personal representative g7C some nrei. J. M. I U
for the sale of swill for the period 29$1 Choose genuine, suede or "..tloo -
of January 15. 1977 through 12/30/ Ztchg 1/6 of the estate is the As jY ." vinl in popular strict oilords rwAs2,4kH
June 30 1977A ATLANTIC NATIONAL BANK : step mi nusnpuppy,type 112 : .
OF JACKSONVILLE whose N. I.I 14 I.i.i ,.
copy of the bid; CALL FOR BIDS SAYE 21% VALUE PLUS!
address is 200 West Forsyth l'
specifications may be obtained SArE 21% 1

during normal working hours in The City of Starke will sell the Street. Jacksonville Florida SVLVARUIUE PIXIE sum pd! 3.44 r
32201 The name and address of t HIKER ROTS, Z
the Business office
Manager's DOT
following to the highest bidder MIXEO
OZ. CM
11
the personal representative's ,
SUPER .ow DISCOUNr PR.:
The award will be made to the follows MMICUIES M t
as set forth below. s'
highest bidder Bids will be 1 1975 DOOR 8 Cyl! attorney All is claims 77Ck 4-CUP ElEBTRIC ROT POT,
persons having or POUSREO ALUM. SAFETY CORD
opened at 10 00 AM. January Chevrolet IDN 1
-
4. 1977 demands against the estate are ws10T' WAS.IT( PERFECT FOR HOME OFFICE!
1K69Y5Y184688 J .
required. WITHIN THREE .--
12 23 2tchg 12'30 '. _. .J tI
MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF
1 1974 4-DOOR 8 Cyl. Ford THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF

NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO IDN 4N54H117787 THIS NOTICE to file with the I t SAYE 14% SAY ..22
REGISTER Clerk of the above court a
FICTITIOUS NAME These cars are in good written statement of any claimor ,

Pursuant to Section 865! 09 running condition and may be demand they may have. Each \ : 4, 2.54 5.88 16J66'
Maintenance J -
seen at the City w A 1
Florida Statutes notice is claim must be in writing and
WAS2.14" JIBE
JNr eRICE DISCOUNT PRICE WANED'S
hrreliy [lIven] that the Shop on West WashingtonStreet must indicate the basis for the MEN! WHY PAY 111-111
between the hours of 8 HEN'S IASKETIALL SHOES CORDUROY IUSH JACKET
undersigned Lewis M claim the name and address of
J
A M to 5 P.M. 1LIE PLUS! Y VALUE PLUS! T WIN TIE SAYINGS CAME FOR POLYESTER SUCKS? WITH WORM QUILT UNIHI
Rt t 47
Arnnyton Box A the creditor his
Bids will be opened January or agent or Sturdy duck uppers ,an slip sole,, Never need lamp perninent creneelwice 100'i cotton corduroy. irflM) quitted
Starke. Florida 32091 doing attorney the amount claimed. If iviilible IB issorted colon 12 011' solids t pittem'" 2942 Isms In a Qfom S M, t. IL L
1..sonlInd'r the firm name of 4th 1977 at 7 P.M. the claim is not yet due. the date 5.88 1.47 ,-2.99
STARKE AUTO AND TRUCK The said City reserves the when it will became due shall be 1
SUPER tow olSCOUNT/ PRICE DISCOUNT PRICE WASJ.TT SUPER tow DISCOUNT PRICJ t
4 "
SERVICE 402 Temple Avenue right to accept or reject any or all stated. If the claim. is secured .
Starke. Bradford County bids the security shall be described TOIN CHOICE ITPC.INIVIOR W' I-PC PA800A OLUSWARE SET MEXICAN OAMIOO HAMPERS ... PLUS!
11-PC.H" DRIVE IT UCHOR lOCI I", AVOCADO IR 3 USEFUL SIZES
Florida. 32091 intends to CITY COMMISSION OF CITY The claimant shall deliver MEN'S AIR
OF STARKE FLORIDABy CHIME SOCKET WREHCR SET OR MIEN. 12-OUNCE SIZE. 22s11".2.11-24.20",1.11 r '\ POLO SHIRTS
register said fictitious name sufficient copies of the claim to
under the provisions of aforesaid Merrill Edwards City Clerk the clerk to enable the clerk to S, M, I. II

statute mail one copy to the personal re SAYE 35% r. _VALUE_ _PLUS_ _! '7 96
Lewis' M. Arnngton. owner NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO presentativeAll I RUVTOOTTVINTl ;:::::: tJ IIIIIDWOOD 30" SAYE U% uisc ilea
.
.
Dated this 23rd day of REGISTER persons interested in the MATS IAA STOOLS,
a
December A D 1976 at Starke. FICTITIOUS NAME estate to whom a copy of this [I ,." I 21" Y it- 1 sn Of TWO 3.44 '

Florida Notice of Administration has 2q $1 \ L ,1l4r' 1' 6.98 IISC.:,I NT 0 A CF WA52.11" LOS!
12 23 4tchg 1 13NOTICEOFSHERIFF Pursuant to Section 86509Florida been mailed are required ...::... IS rxi Statutes notice is here WITHIN THREE MONTHS WASZ-WC' MEN'S HOPSACI CASUALS

by given that the undersigned FROM THE DATE OF THE -J ....'.- j'" TO FIT HIS FEET I OUOCEToreenneiiht 484 HEH-S -L '.
SALE Anthony R. Hayes P.O Box FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS SAYE 21 1% S'YE 13%. 12% anhable hopiick sin SUPER IOW DISCOUNT PmCEMEN'S OWUTSNI is '
319. Lawtey Florida. 32058. NOTICE to file any objections. crepe soles Populir colors >112

Notice is hereby given that doing business! under the firm they may have that challengethe SPRAY 11-47.ENAMEL CM 1 m-97 STURDY 10' w _SAYE_26% ILUE AMIEA-STOATS SWUI5111111 i

I I. Dolph E Reddish as sheriff of name of "HAYES ELECTRIC" validity of the decedent's UST.COLORS I DISCOUNT PRICE WAS.2.IT' STACKUIEPATIO TAKES ______ MEN'S WARM front I luck yokes, Hip pockets,lone
Bradford County Florida under P O Box 319. Lawtey. Bradford will the qualification of the personal I tleetes U nine S M L IIsm .
and by virtune of Writ of County Florida. 32058 intendsto representative or the 88c MCROR HOCKINO. STEMWARE 2 F $ 1 rR DRESS CLOVES,
LINED VINYL
IR PANTY PACKS OF FOUR r
Execution to wit said fictitious
register name venue or jurisdiction of the -
Execution issued out of WAS.J..H" CUSSIO U REIHE PATTERN WAS'tJ:: ') Wit:
under the provisions! of aforesaid court / 1 17 :
County Court of Alachua statute ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDSAND &. s '
County. Florida pursuant to a Anthony R. Hayes owner. OBJECTIONS NOT SO UYE21% gin= SUPER IUT! d wxsJiT22SINCE i'vv' ,

Final Judgement for Boyd Dated this 30th day of FILED WILL BE FOREVER U5IFRIN USTERIHE l r .b ..
Bjisden d b a Coop Laundries December. A D 1976 at Starke BARRED / ANTISEPTIC tiw ti44k" \,

t of Florida Inc. and against Florida Date of the first publication of SPONYCUTUTIK NA 14 OZ. (Limit 2)TOIR ) ; WO'J' '
Kwik Kar Wash. Inc defendant 12-304tchg 120IN this Notice of Administration ,A ":"
in the amount of $2.299 02 December 30. 1976 87c .._. 79C rrj .1JWAS

together with costs of ATLANTIC NATIONAL BANK I11'I -. If- .y....+. wALN( .., .o

collection THE CIRCUIT COURT. IN OF JACKSONVILLE as Per slit 1s% sirE t 1r +C SAYi 21\
Have seized and have in my AND FOR BRADFORD sonal Representative of the Estate UYl 25% .. :

possession the following, COUNTY. FLORIDA. of MERRITT WILLIAM 5" 2'% SAVE 2'2 1 0 0 2 88 1rAJ

described personal property town PROBATE DIVISION CRESSLER Deceased CHOICE 6 6 C ROSE MILK, TLIUTS S.FION ""
: DISCOUNT PRIC WAS tJ.ft': D SCOUNT Puce wA12 N"DISCDIINT w.sJ.H'
CASE NUMBER 76-386.CP WAS"- SKIN CUECREAM0 f 1811a Mlrf
The Kwik Kar Wash building FILE NUMBER 2549 Anderson M Foote. Jr Esquire DISCOUNT PRICE' Or. 24'S rest MN'S CUSHIOH SOLE COTTON WAY OUT WEST SHIRTS IN SILKY PAINT LORI SLEEVED
and equipment located on State In re Estate of MERRITT ULMER. MURCHISON ASHBY If RULE Will RAKERS IN 1.09 fa ups 9ge CREW STRETCH SOCKS LONI OR SHORT SLEEVES 'UI.IITIPS.llIllI4 .

Highway 16 in Starke. Florida WILLIAM CRESSLER. Deceased ft BALL CONVENIENT SHIES IMS cotton .'cotton stretcR nylon iMtn styti Inoriln inrfniM. eel ConvdutiM pf.u i kntNw
As the of the above COM IN ins OP 2 OR 4. wxsl,.N' ro'w ur".t.
property :! Post Office Box 479 s ." Mn4. Ant 1M,
named defendant and that on NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONTO Jacksonville, Florida 32201
Monday the 10th day of Telephone: 354-5652 EAGLE.THE. CONVENIENT 312 Madison St. Reg & Kings Supers 100's$491Carton
Jdn"r1977 twelve o'clock FAMILY DISCOUNT STORESOpon I CIGARETTES 51D
\ at ALL PERSONS HAVING $481
964.7513 Carton
Noun i mjid, itay on the CLAIMS OR DEMANDS 12 30 2tchg 1/6 daily B'1119. Sunday til O




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spent a
week with their brother in visited her sister. Mrs S P

law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Rocker of Lake Butler on

Johnny Wyke and family. Sunday afternoon. Mrs

Mr. and Mrs. Ben McCulley Hucker Is improving slowly

and David spent Christmasday after being in Bradford

with their uncle and aunt County Hospital for some

Mr. and'' Mrs. Ernest Griderand time.

their cousins Mr. and Mrs. Darlene Norman and

Mrs. Arthur Smith of Ocala. sons Mrs. Elsie Norman. Mr

Mr. and Mrs. James and Mrs. Marcus Grilfis and

Phillips. Paul and Tammy of girls, and Mr. and Mrs. James

Lake Butler Mr, and Mrs. Bill Padgett of Jacksonville were
Christmas! dinner and supper .
and
Gaskins family. Mr. and
Mrs. Coleman Phillips and ,guests Wilkerson.of Mr. and Mrs. Harry AUTOMOBILES USED FOR RENTUNFURNISHED FOR SALE Floriland Realty

family Mrs. Kate Hedd. and
Mr and Mrs. Randy 393 North Temple
other guests were their -
grand- POIUII MAtt January I-
Stat
ford
son and wife, Mr. ami Mrs. ol Jacksonville were PLYMOUTH' Fl'RY' III double 2. 10-6 p.m. at 126 South ,- -
Phillips and son.l're Christmas dinner guests of IS72. -I d..or. 3GU A/C. etc. trailer on take. Crystal.Couple Water. Street. Furniture, INSIDK: CITY 14
Byron GEORGE RoaE ATf /
their parents. Rev and Mrs. (iood condition. or with on. schoolchild clothea, trwiU'.sarI
Bet plant, book
Christmas evening dinner !Leonard Melton. Their Phone ( offer ; owner 1..ln.tal.\ .. *: 2 small houe*. priced to _ _
1733382. 12/16 moving must veil Itch HSUMICE .HCHH
guests of their mother and Phone 473-43N7 after 4 p.m. ; ...11. -

grandmother Mrs. O.J mother Mrs Louise Messer.anti 'I 1 F/chg__ ______ _ I Itpd 12/30!._ I2/30___-- ______ ____ - Norm Tampl UUII9B Ass.I REALTY
brother. Lee
of -- ------
Phillips. Mrs. Cheryl I Ann Orange! 3 BR. block house, CH&A STARKE, FLORIDA' _

Crosby visited her on Sunday Park were their dinner guestsfor 11172! FOIU VAN: V4t FOR SALK: Diamond good condition .r;

morning. Christmas day also. with .Ir condition. Body I BKDROOM: TIIAILF.K: needle for any stereo over - (

Mr and Mrs. J C PrevailJr. Little Dana Wilkison rough. but engine In Mtrong tllHI/monlh or will .ell for 217 different one,**, we have 3 BK block houe, near ",

of Gainesville. WayneHarper daughter of Mr a ImlIrs.: run good; ".3110.) See at $2JtOII.! Inquire at Jo-Lu them all. Uahmer'u *. .

and of Donaldilkison., Jr. was a Bradford Telegraph. 135 Motel & Trailer I'.rk. on 301 l>i i.rount.!. 'IF/chg_ - -

Christmas son Eve guests Slarke.were of. Saturday overnight glll'!>t of VV rut Cull' Street, phone 911 1- South.! ...:. ..TF/Chg _____ Building- Iota- -In-city.Ol'TSIDKCITY- Cecelia Terwillegar

her grandparents Mr. and 63115.: 1-'F/rug_ ___ :lIcK I.K. DR. l.g. Family
their parents, Mr. and Mrs Mrs I Diinald Wilkison. Sr. I Her Room, Fireplace. on 20 Real Facts On REAL ESTATESales
Carl Prevail. Other) I KII) ( itt UIKIl,: 1973.automatic. .
guests( Graham
Mrenls i came alter I her 1.1:1IIOIU: ) : hOME WA1HED'T'I : ere* with barn anchor of homes and .
their ( on air tulle. 13 acres with house, 2 BKtrailer. purchase other real estate
were daughter. :Mrs up payment for Middle area term
couple only
Sunday *. Phone 7H2-3I3H. age 26' x 50' barn onpaved has become rather complicated matter In.
and - -
Gladys Harvey sister. SI25/month.
Inquire at Jo-
Miss! Alene Brown of Orlandofor Sincere sympathy of the IIrhl Il1I: __ I.u Motel and Trailer Park road. Hampton Lake, beautiful volving much paper handling. financing. and work.
community I is extended to 301) South - haded. lot ready for a ing out details lust to close a deal.
Christmas dinner on IF/chg
Christmas \\ ,\ : ) Farm and 10 block
concrete
:Mrs Sinclair, Harley and Jiii: : CIIKKOKKK: : : 1974. acres ioue.SK Real estate is our business. We handle
afternoon Mr rontttrurtlon .
and Mrs ----- ----- mach.equip.vehicle house.
\relatives because of the death I\M hi. 13,11110 mileH miUurylire Let Hell - commercial and residential sales and purchasesevery
Ronnie Harper and family of U. our - -Sacre.i-3
of her husband Sinclair *: I'S, AT. Manual surplus for tou. Open Monday BR frame houe.Several hut S. Large mobilehome day and are well versed in all phases of real
Beach
and Mr. and
Daytona ,iDutchi I i viho passed away on tranmiHHion. S-1,200. Phone FOR SALE through Saturday, H:30lo :: ) - lot. Well and septic estate transactions. We are professionals who stand
Mrs. Reggie Norman of Gulf !ttIli4tIi)7! () alter 5 ank.onnerly.
Wednesday p.m. llpd .Northeat: Florida, house in need of ready to represent you In real estate matters.
Hammock, Sunday afternoonwere 1231)MISCELLANEOUS: ) - -
Mr and Mrs Donald Kquipment: Auction. t'S 17. repair with small acreage. Come in today and look over our extensive
Edward: Wumwright and \\ilkison were Christmas 11HIK SALK: Arthur :North (ireen Cove Spring, - (' KHtate: SK 16. 2 selection of new and previously owned homes. If we

daughters of Sturke dinner guests of their son and Gaskin. .. phone 782-31!. phone.!! _'_ 2HIJS1I77.! : I:!/chgVAMK1I !!! ._ Tract! of 10); 20; 22; 31. 4U mi. Irom town beautiful I.K.g. don't have it, we will locate it for you.
Mr and Mrs. Glen Shulord 12/23 tchg 127LAYINI brick home. :'Hilt. :2H.
daughter law. :Mr andMrs. .. ____ acre* --- -
and family. their parents Mr. in : : Used' refrigerator - I 1,1 family room and Not too close not too farl 10 acres. fenced .
I Donald) v ilk Jr. and1'1'1' h..l.P..d pasture
isiiii central air 4.
and Mrs. Genrge Shulord. NFFIt 10 tO \KI': SOME : ; IIKNS:: 19, *, washer*. and Small nursery buine** on kitchen 3 BR block home with carpet and panelingand
Christmas .
\\ drive.ew
evening
Mrs. Esther: Carter and I.\IIKI.S? lluv Dvmo young "Big\ Breed: 3 pair stoVes. in good condition. Call 301
a 60 pecan trees. Low taxes, low maintenance1
dinner ol I their and - -
)Donna and \lr. and Mrs. Shad guests son l.ulM-l maker from u* at I thetiflri. pigeon and ....n. Off Ba\lea l ahmer'a. l icounl. Hill7JI2.1. !'.w1 A nilrewi Assrte.SHil > blk. home in town. '
(daughter law Mr and Phone 964-NH57.
III Highway. .
Christmas ( IFihgPUPPY_ 77X9KRNIK Attractive brick, Barksdalehome on Madison -
Starling were Shop.N IKK. :211.! !hIt (VIIV
dinner of :Mr and Mrs Mrs I Daniel i Wilkison.i 12/23/ Jtpd! !!. 12/30 \ : :P.111111'1Iwl.lIro. ) complete modern kitchen, CH-A 3 BR 2 Baths.
guests - -
- large quiet area.orn.r
:Mrs, EI'IIl.tlll'\\: I t of Tallahassee NEKUSHOMK: : 8 ..... garage
James Shuford and ,- lot. Save on gasl
family ______
and returned home on l K: K: I II II O M K: UNCLAIMED: : LAVAWAYSinger week. *, male mixed breed !illi-t-5-176 tf4-77IN, -
:Mr Mrs Joe
Starling I'l'id.Ialll'r a visit with her III'IUItn: :, I SOil f-'utura Mewing white and brown will be J *tor frame houhe in Green Acres -'' A love 3 BR 2 B with CH&A and

and son. were Christmas parents.. Mr and :IrsI'he In.I'\lit.. HONK. :? Forlireplace machine, top ol the line, al- medium-ailed dog. Phone I own.one ol the older. one all the goodies..Separate garage paved driveway

dinner guests of their mother I DobbsMr *. remodeledHrhfiiH. moot like. new. Wai. l'hrl.l'm..lay..y.I..I. 9..1.! :!=!.!!.:...!! Mrs Carolyn Holmes andfamily halhs, additions, unclaimedand
mTHOMASL.13
: i and Mrs I lloyt I Knowles' -- ----
ami emlo.edcarport never picked up. Cu-
Christmas
were and son of Jacksonville: garage or turner. left area and we. are Several commercial on UNUSUAL AND HIGHLY DESIRABLE commerciaI .
('\('ii ing dinner i Rtitst.ol I lluirparents *, call Marcus irilli. HELP-WANTED REALTY
visited' i t I their grandparents.Mr 17,1 2HIH. tin/rhg unable to lortte. Originally Jill. property consisting of a store and three lots
Mr and :Mrs. )Dick !
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and i 1II'sI'hl' Dobbs( on Stilll). Hacrifice balance due near Kingsley Lake.

Starling and :Nnra Sunday I other) guests were Hilt SXIK: File bone. S2NIJ20 or need aomeone to 621 :North Walnut St.Starke. I HK I balh. block -----

Mr and Mrs l Charles :Mr i i mill i :Mrs i I Harley I llearringol guide. and: .card, aume $12.70/monthly BRADFORD ('Ol''OTIIII"PIr ': \' Florida 320>ll unslruction. I.K, ramil> Owner financed 3 B RIB cozy home on
AI.. i is in
town.
; now accepting loom
Starling! and lamllv1'1"1' I'hone U6I-70M. 12/23 2pdH \ 961-6162
I ( i ihi tutu. on Saturday- need for Cherry Street..You can walk everywhere from this
\i-rtthing ou :
> application for RN. LPN: -
121:11I: A.J.Thoma
Christmas dinner guests (formerly
of *
:Mi and :Mrs ..1.II1H'Siltl'rs 9 p.wr;; ; land
filing a filing NVHtem.ll lor ---- -- - and OR i IKCHNIC1ANS.Phone : : ltealKtate| acres location

their son in laand were\ t Christ mas dinner I i guests Sal!<. HI. I he Olfice Shop.S \ I SON'S HOI SK: Or 961-nllllO. Director of reasonably priced juttt off ----
daughter. Mr ill1Il1lrsndv SK 16. :-0." ol town. Perfect lot to build on I tSR 230 convenient to Starke
i nl I htiillutnt :\i i011(1 :Mrsr.ulord Nur.<'*. 12/15 (
s. jUchglji
(
- - - \ \(.t I Ms l Many brands __ ___ 3111 South near SR 18' 2
I Harvey and I Dane) i and sonJerri - Country Club. Price negotiable.
ll I Iliggmlxitham) of Max- S \ \II (0 INKMIIV:: oiler, of new \aruum ('sed acre* with 125 leet road
Starling and :Miss! Hob\ \ cry nice large framehouse -- -
fun and eicitemenl, whileou machine* available. Espertrepair. IIEl I..nII.'UOl'RS'S: : IIand Irontage.Buine .
'lot in town
t Deal I of I Perry villcMr .. all mike Part anilarcewMirie un corner Ideal combination for home and business with flairl
and :Mrs MervmWalters \ > earn. Tart time or full III All shift available. - bath l'IIIAI.rl .
Mr and Mrs J K KubertMIII and I sons nl Keaslerville. time opportunities. Contactllert for all vacuum. Require. certificate a* a ** opportunity ,3KK. ( Elegant brick home

and famil met at I the I I'cim arrived \\ednes- or Harold (t'olnton Built-in central vacuum Registered\ : .... State ol Corner building Call and garage.\ - ----

dome of Mr l mid :Mrs S I.Svundell. I. .1." In spend New Nriirs''' \\ tlhMr phone !IItII 7\127.! 12/16 3tchg leaning. ..551cm101. ,\\ Florida.' Good working condition I hum p.on Street*. 15-21) acre tract high landon Get your money's worthl I 4 BR 2 baths fully car.

i I. nl Jauksnimlle.i I t lorChristinas : h and Mrs Barry \\ :lit ts and 12/111 tilthenue.. (daineMVille.I'hone with "State benelita. - paved road Grahamarea. peted, CHAA Brick LR, DR Kitchen outside City
:37li-7IIO.I I( I. /
chgCAM ISO) bed hospital. Contact '
t Kvc; dinner OnChristmas B.II'I'1.1'1' Double wide mobile homeon 'lerm limits on one acre.
d.I1lr and Mrs t Personnel Manager. Reception 5 ol land, 3 BR. 2 - -
1 ii iiii'igtiests ChristinaKve -. \\ IIS I' \II IMi -- lo but and Medical l'.nl... acres Demoresthoo1.7S;:; adjacent to
.1 C Beai-h. :Mr. and Mrs C Ko.tn I.K: It UK fur shortuheeibase 1I.lhH. almost lb'00 squarefeet 1 -3 6 acre. homeaiteamile 4 Gracious acres
:: were I the I Don I Oenton) or -..n \.,u. rail 755-2HH7: orwrite P.O. B662H.: Lake Butler.Fla. .
of :VW. of Starke. Starke Plaza.
( and son. Brian Cnwan.Mr 1.lIlIIh.Ir: Matlie :\IIII'\'. I imni 4 h.11. I'.l. IIin2JII. pickup $33. .. 32054. Phone 9M/4U6-( living apace.Central *

: i and Mrs 1 John Cut a ii and. and Mrs I Helen I 11.11'11'al t the h lake ( iI.- Morida.I I'hone 7H2-3l>m>. I F/chg: 2222.: IZ_!:!(" .2lchg. !III -H/A.- Frame -house- -In -tOwn 2 Bessent Road attractive" 3BR, 2 B home with

daughter.t :Mr i and Mrs l Inline nl Mrs :Macrlls.,: and I It'o hK MOR I H\ct: ( : :NO I tFOilt: 5 acre* of high and dry bedroom. I.K. Kit.. Fit.ery CH&A. LR, DR, large den and even an office..ex

I Donald Huberts and I family i ol I DorkuMisses .r 1.1\ W AN I KD IO l CARK: : \ reasonable.Frame ,
Mrs Martha I Ill IS OF Dr.;AI n will be 's'.iivalued: at $ .OIIII land on 100-A. cellent location. ___
Like ('It\. :Mr and Mrs : l I..iuui and Ceceliarh.inilierlin. open Monday through Fri- with return S7.5IIO.. Olin'a for elderly lady from 9-2 - - -

I l'I.lIlth.'Ih;, wull.IIIIII.lfltt I' I i -pent t t the das during the hohd.... Mobile Home Service.. Phone daily For Inlormation phone Brick. 1 1 BR. 2 Bath home house In country Just what you've been looking for Brick 3 BR.

Mrs ydith; Swmney ol weekend I with i t I their brother I 1..0 operatnm lo nerve. you. !its i SOuth. State Road I6\\ 9ti 1.5t121 alt,r 5:30: or all day with tll/A. list' ;,' 300') lot 3 bedroom. I bath, livini 2> i Bath CH&A family room LR DR fully

Jin kMPiiville.WIMP i dinner/ In law' and islrr.I :Mrmid I'hune 4HH 11\1\ <. 12/2a2tch and Junxion :!:J.I. !Slarke.. Salurdavj i 'Itch!"; l2/3tt. '.. latxtuV. city ....i\.*. lilA room famIly: room app. 2 equipped kitchen with dining area laundry room

12/31): ) 4. 1 /chg\ Approved!! I v Uriflla Loop.Kingsley office 2-car garage.swimming pooland fish pond.
guest.s'" III :Mr and Mrs J I II K :Mrs l llriire I llarlinan I of - acre .. _
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I ItohertsonMr ) :Mandarin They will attend a IJIC) frontage on 301outside Lake Are you a "do-it-yourselfer The Floyd Green
area
: l and, :Mrs John Teattended KKM'\I.;: I l WITH OPIION tllitI.t: farm and
(1'IIII..tlll.l Band I Concert at III II I' 'sred3orlbrdroom construction UN 11 ED city limit.pproxim.I..ly *. mobile home home at 601 Call & Orange could be restored and bea
laimlv Christmasdinner :, mach.equip.
a ,\ 2
the coliseum Sunday night acres.
on - show place.
home houne. Phone !Mtl I tiH57.llpd vehicle*. IIp'nIond..,
at I the of theirIiitither
3
house In town -
12/21: through ".turct.. *iJil:: lo H. Frame --- -
in\ -Kiw and sister.Mr 1 Consignment welcome.Northeast Itt-g I'.ts'scot 111'.1 I II Mobile home lot* on SR 16 bedroom. 2 bath living The Best of Hampton Lake: sumptuous well-built

: and Mrs II I I. Koherts ol < i \SMI .ILH. \D I II \ I II.S: I lurid. Kquip: I-:'l.i ii' liiokcrI'l Kant.: Financing available! room 2 car carport brick home on large lot with dock. A dreamhouse
st ISSOKS "ItRI.tt:1):: ; - WalnuStreet.
Jacksonville' mo'nluolion.. I S 17. Northireen storage area made to order. The best for the best!
IteguUr and pinking lIlt) lake frontage lot at .
Mr and Mrs, Wilbur Urailliiif I lor 11I"'llillll (; Cove ",>rinl ". Phone .
( i I'll Silfkfll' --- -
,hhean (Ivr SI pair. i rob Lake. I Iwo lot
\\alcrs. dial I fanllh.i ol staike.Mr I I lursil.iv NIMIII, 2M 1 5(177.( 'II- //chg - -
1"1'1 i'iliiig Krtikrr NEEDED Homes in good under 530.000.
:
.1 I lilt: I ( II 141:1: \ I 1\: I; available now. Financing 2 story frame house i In repair
: and :Mrs t 1).I'nn\ Vtatcrsimill.imiK I Ihlll.1\. hi-fan' .
SIIOI'. 12.1) South \\alnut. l .S. ::111111.111I11..11. arranged. town I bedroom living - -
:Mr and Mrs .IS iitlitiiii11I.'' I-VIII llrhg llisvitvii till .. \I.tlubl.: .. Home I | II.i. - room dining room 2 fireplace NEEDED: Small acreage with 3 bedroom house.

Waters aiiil lainilv. anil Mrs I'artunit supplies- Ol IN'SMlllil All or part of 6 I I2 acre on *. 2 baths, needs repair - -

I.ind.i\ Ka HigKinlHithani mill Minimum I ( h.II'I', Sl! UUC 111\ t:, IIn n.t .\\ IK: IIIIMK:. Stl.KS.Ilighwav : Plume 11114-I 7:1: : Slt' -21. Ke. stone. lleighta. very reasonable NEEDED: Home with 20.150 acres for family who

l'children and their parents. C it'mris I li Wiii'itsi I I HSalei. opportunity Illll) \\ ..t, Siarke.phone tln.ndnK.II.bl..1! Madi.on Street. loves horses.
all Krnia Johni, Illi il .MSI Mill Millli./ I t'rhllWrllli
( ornnella trill liu I 111.7 - - -
Ml and :Mis t, ..l.imrsVatrrs l l.iii h uoiil over I r> - -
\ 1I..Ii. :.172 till.I I.KOrU.K: : ROBKItl'S:: .
were Thul' d.11'1'1'I Christmas 1 11I1I'ul.. leianoIhomas.
12/2 Ir/-hg \ IIOMK: 1972lipton Real 1.111.: Broker T R /
Keg. Cecelia Terwillegar. n/for
dinner i guests' ol t their sonandilatighler Road I Reg.1 Real Estate: Broker _
hevy ch..I.i
in lass Mr t and 1 Ml I l.issifirdds i must In- :22: leet long, good condition .1 64.65U7 5332110ASSOCI I'hone 9114-714211 206 West Madison Avenue. Starke. Florida

:Mrs :Mikealcrs, .1I1001.lIl11h. Ili at fur in aih.uue 111111'" 1I1t.1/" s\\\ SIIOI' tornplvle 22.000 mile*. Phone 9DI-H07I III.t' Saturday \.M

rsliililishnlnitmini shurpening service, S'il I 7M9. UtNWIUMPHome \ rto: : m
nl :MiddlfliurgMr ( Mill h.i\r :in or IF/chg I
circular hand carbide.chain. Judith FIsunharold OFFICE PHONE 964-7776
: i and 1 :Mrs l BJIT.V' Walls i t t with tin- blade. hollow - and Building FOR SALE: Plckelt.
muwvr 9eiS3SI
and 1 I lfarr I 1.1'1'1'1: Christmas I i-Icgi-.i! i|1pti. in dial t event :"ill ground and balanced lease 10 x 20) I' \ 1111 (11\ IK: MaterialWEBII1J* Kpp: Tempi.ten. Lettering U3 HOME PHONE 964-5145

i K\e: overnight gutsiiii nils. extra ('!fiirgr fur at Jackson lluilding Supply.Slarke Installed. SI IHII: I ninntalled.JI5II. ) Un'J 6'6tSteve \guide General; use template
>
fur I..tor Mobile. Home *. ':Iul their 11111111'1'I: l rs Bessie lulling Nut rt'spunsililt or hevslone Height "Yuur 1'''", Itr OurHUKKSHMAIKS* Simmon
All lorsale
\VI ts. and In-other, I in -1.1.11.1 \\ emirs wlirn given! uvrr thrilium1 I It /( hgSOr Service. 5IIIIJ) N.W. l.lth St., }',..r I...' ()rOt,.... net-am .Architectural.Ollice Shop.

. !sister. :111'IId i \ rst.iiilt.y G (' (, or when copy I.. witIvpi'il .at 7li7.ialnei4Ville.Five "Star; Mobile, llomea. : : Arthur Bruno I'hone at 9114.57114.I'h.

:-. of Ci I'M.fill CilMr > I anil 1 t liiiuiKlit! lu Ihf \ \ t II Vllt SKIS on tfnchgtiI modelng Repair 1.651.172ali

and Mrs Knics: Wells .nlfitr-. sale. at lluhmer'a Discount. \ddilion*

and sons of I lIunt\ I 1111'I Ala I /rhg MINI \\IMMIWS! llomea.!Sold Bought L. K. Edwards III & Assoc.

:Mrs Jackie Terrell and son Single hung and awning*. :.11! iradeulAtRLtS.I
(.1 s... I OK \I.| : 22'.. I 14 SS.5II; :3(1( > 27 -' SERVING YOU IN THE
"I'nnIIf (;i.III\I'\ 1111'. MrsMartie
HOMES FOR SALE 2.V.. and ::1''', hold at Hah- II 1.50 : Bill SU":
; I IS v .12: $1.>.5": III Lillian C. Pearson '- AREA
: (;retli. I Donna a 0(1 I I1'1 'llJ.I-tiIlSJ A m
nier'* DiNCOunt., I It /chgVI x 52: J27.00Mv \ Buy
of :\Macclennv weekend' .NOW Starke
\ 1'1'\ Office-
1I1I1tlt I ::
sl/.Ks. 11\1\1\|( "jKN \ Real Estate .,,,
\\ and //if/ 3VI South. Starke "
guests ol Mrs Mae I'lb. NrH HOMK: Ke.stone < DlllllK ( : I IHt. :.1111 South tfnchg ) / 964-5142
:Mrs Martha DorkoMr ) \rea Just Completed. 3 ll -
\ \ IINMOISSurrettsful
: i and :Mrs t John Steele of Bedroom. Balh. (.F Heat & living but people- FORMICA lii wide.ike new Mil-21 CH\A.3BR,2* 60 double Melrose Office 475-1269

Monroe. Icon are spending \ir. lonvenient (oration. who want to
help Office
bath Keystone 473-2663
,
4.8 Sheets' 56"(} patio storage
\d i.m- l73-2ll.'il)
the ltolld.I\!! w ilh their son in phone or IhemNelveN Meeting* oak shadedlot
building on Beautiful BR. 2 liSBon Hampton Lake..
I7.I-III7H. h HOME
llId'dolughtl'r. Mr and IrrhgMOTORCYCLES I hurndav/Sunday at 14 p m. 500 Sheets Available. MOBILE See f2 .5110.) - -
and I'hone !lti;I 5711)!). WilSIII.t
Walker
:Mrs Lester i
3
acre farmette with comfortable.., ,
large workshop
family Their gri iittsiiii. Scott I7J-IISH I I 11/I lp.1| I lUlU: OLIN TI PARKI :32 acre* with fruit tree barn, fish pond.Jb.d.oom.1112.

Tinsler will return home with John neat 3 BK ('8 home
MOBILE HOME ....idel.il v IJmit.ll'ci with family room SK

them for a long visit and PERSONAL SERVICE Ilk (IP 11"1/'"'' ./"'''', 473 3775I 100-S, *35, 00. bath.conveniently located new
:Mrs Lavonilkison
f>r r>>uiiiruf, > - -
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chlldl'en.11': and :Mrs KdKowe SlI 1 hi I F.icellentcondition : RRASINGTONCadillac ( 2 BR aluminum aiding Double. wide mobile home on half acre.

and family Paul ,. SliMl Olin'a MDiiit.K" : 1141'11111: \ I"I. ; -Oklnmubileslel till Per M.mh. home with separate - -

Wilkison of Orlando will I Mobile Sale phone HlilAhllli ; 1- \I... mobile, home hurricane 4 !SeriIeFin1eI.etwn All Cllv Convenience* 1-----------] garage 1 Morgan Road -

spend some lime with his lUlU llchg I Ill anchoring and mobile IJfL'ieJ Fire,HoUre ProtertJon. 'I Well Drilling $I 504W. fall or come ace u* today if you are ready to buy or ....U.
home. roof cool ...lin\ Olin'alobile City VM Water. and !Sewer
i
DebbieArwood \(
parents! and Mrs Con Taken On - Sus.n Bakken. Aiaociate STARK: BRANCHIrene :

of Jalk.on'IIII'1'1'1': 1175 K \\S\KI 550) !\liI SlillH.Home State!on.I.Road.. Phone IK\V Caihtiuc :Tnnli'Mami Jo-Lu Motel { 2' thru 6"l 8.7 acre. 115.500 Faulkner Associate 206 S. Water St.
:! :N.W. 1.1: 3753)1a : - -
Christmas, dinner guests! of $1110( and lake up pasmnts.t'hon. and Junction :2.1.1,! Starke.IFthg GA1M.SM1XK: 10 acre 13,900 Paul Faulkner Aaaociat Starke, Fla. 32091
their parents and grandparents !i4iIi4iiJIt I : I2/2J 2lchg I 964-8810 r<* l Fast Rotary
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:Mr and Mrs ilL I l2/m: 1 Drilling Equipment :36 J5 acre.. 1340' on US

Wilkison. :301 :North ideal for sub-
Major and :Mrs James M It M Or SIltKK: IIIIMK KKPAIKS Any Vita Ftrm-Vlfawln-" I STATE LICENSED .11.1.100.! T..rm. 20 percent

of 1 our aulhorited siuxukidealer. ....mod..lin.001... new BOOTH VT
I Dougherty and sons Itpe \ down 15 years at S 1/2
ValdosU Ga Capl Russet I'hone Hti I MI2II. I IlilO addition*. concrete work, or Eitiymt-Mliuril" CARR \DINK'S: : percent Intereat. Zoned OLIN'S SUBDIVISIONOlin's
s. vtalnul |1:1111: South in Free etimate*. Pumps
Lines of Sumter. S C joinedhis ....rk.1 tfn/chg phone painting 6II1I21. 11/18 roam lAmE Thin being our last OR $58,500.I.ArtTKV .
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family here for the i Subdivision, 'I. Acre Lots '30e Per month.
I rt hg\ Arti Rip ".-''71I message ol 1976 to you. :
weekend. :Mr and Mrs! Hal our much appreciated cuatomera. l I New & UsediSalesPartsStWvice 5 a. SR :225-E $7,500 Water And Sewage Furnished. For InformationCall ,
: and Mrs Landscaping
II.lmlltonIr Traylor I\I I J b I 131e2 17 we take thia - -

Robert BoyetU' and family AM. Tl PKS: KKY: S made at opportunity to ..pr... our 5 acre 660' oa SR 125 Mark Olin Olins Mobile Homes Sales
Tom I\o\'ette. :Mrs.! :Mabel! & Nursery sine... gratitude for the Term S9,01l0
Olln Mobile llomea.) cent* Hwy 16 W. & Morgan Rd. No Pets Please.
Boyette. :il N. Emily Ba)ette. each Highway DM !ol..... Ralph Bryan line p.lron.(1"0\ \ ua j E-Z TermsPlumbing - -

:Mr. and Mrs. George Breslin KM( c ,Soul U' Liltev. phone !lU I 561H1.) T" Ichl du.lnIh.\ past year and 10 ..... $12,500. 984-5606

and Elizabeth: of Jackson OPEN FOR Real Estate promise lo offer( a continued i - Only Lie. & Bonded Mover Living In
HOW variety of boota,
ville., Mr and Mrs. Don Kgan.: 20 A. 2 MH hook-up. hog
belt, bags wallet and Indian
barn with .electric Bradford Co. -r fJlo
bf Palm Valley. :Miss Billie BUSIIESSOUAllIIITALS novr ini.viBl moccaalna all in the water .
and \ 11111 \\ !! and concrete slab for .
Doreen Wilson and Bill FOR RENT finest ol leather and at the i New Installation farrowing pigs $30.00O
Ray Wilson! were weekend a TROPICALS beat p.i... anywhere for

guests of Col. and Mrs. Wm. 2 r Cng 12 30 North> our choice of Lawlev of S to 265 Low acre down- quality merchandise Come j Remodeling 5I.S -beautiful- acre

Wilson. Mrs. Hussel Lines and It foot wide see. ua and bring\ a friend approilmalely 2000') oa I'S
toil Hr.Nr:: pum"nll p to 20 year to paySn with I
home with you.A Repairs 301 1529 feet 3 FILL DIRT
baby returned mobile home outide cit) ( balance. aquare

Capl LfhesChristmas. PortableUtility limit. Phone 911 6111 or a a s S S S BR 2 bath C1I&A brick.
happy, andprosp.rous
afternoon !Mr. I7Ja777.rJ>lLuo_ I to 10 acre* Off SK 1110 1 healthy jPurraneeJPUMPS home 2 llreplacea )
:New Year to
and Mrs. Jay Wesberry. and Sheds outh High and dry lowdown each I barn Itncad planted TopSoil .

family. Lore, Deslery. and DO l 40 Bl ILIIIXi: on SK 16 payment ...., monthlyterm everyone. & SUPPLY paiture. Many poaalbiUtle I' ill Uir'
I II $195.400.
and ,
Douglas !Mr. and Mrs. 816 '750 Morgan\ Koad. tlM per
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month. I'honp lit) I SllllliTFchg CARRADINE'SLEATHER
Dempsey Walker and family. 8x16 Finished Inside '810 CALL "The Land Man" j COMPANY I ASSOCIATES:

of. Jacksonville came down SHOP Charlei and Lola Zlpperer Call 4&11173STEPHEN
Lawley Florida 3205 864 N Temple Ave. ,
and exchanged gifts with their &: I 964-7154 or 7823397Lilllaa

Parents, !Mr. and Mrs. Lester 8x10 Finished '595OLIN'S 2 BEDROOM: IIl'PUX.p.rtm.u : m KAlPH BRYAN I mile tJ'.8.301 south I| Starke Pear.on.RF.Al.TOR: SMITHSTAR

Walker and familyMr. MOBILE HOME central "heat/air, Kenltor 7S2-3-IOO I I

and !Mrs.\ Charlie ...r..t.00. : pete. Phone 9111UJ. {Ml WW" day uraiglit c. Open 9 to I I L 964-7061 I Lawtey, Florida ROUTE HAMPTON. FLA.IJfllf'I"y .

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r I Thirteen large landowners, 36,187 acres. is the largest holding is that of the Foster under criticism in other the areas tax
for unfairly shifting
landowner in the county. Shi Smith estate which owns
timber companies,
mostly
burden onto smaller landowners -
in
and Gillman are approximately 4.000 acres.
own over half the land in Rayonier
.
Bradford figures in the second and third positions, The cities of Starke, with
County,
officials
But appraising .
acres being ownedby 3.620 acres and KeystoneHeights .
with 25,031
the appraiser'soffice
property here say the exemption laws ,
and 7,543 acres with approximately
show.Containers. Rayonier "
belonging to Gillman. Owens l.OtH) acres also occupy a are "perfectly legitimate, A
far fewer acres sizable amount of land in the and that they are simply a fact l-T-1
Illinois owns
Corporation, of life that has to be lived with. -
than the other timber county They are not taxed as .' __*
Kayomer, Gillman and Owens point out that smaller T m fir. JJ I
Illinois, timber companies, and Is eighth counties are not allowed to tax They landowners
are entitled to
I with large land holdings among landowners with 2621. municipalities. \)
exemptions, too, and usually
the
locally, comprise 38 per cent After the three largest fourth DuPont, with county'slargest take advantage of them. I..'."..A, .
the employer 350
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timber
of the 187,500 acres in the companies The office is
appraiser's
the state workers, owns in the
county. The 187,500 figure spot is occupied by plus ,
\ currently at work preparing a
of
all of
7,053 acres neighborhood 1,000( acres
t of which owns
does not include 7,700 acres these v
identifying large .
it at the Florida State Prisonat here. map {
water. tracts of land in the county for
Three other individuals
Raiford and Lawtey own
the timber
Besides civil defense officials. CD has
at land around the .
Correctional Institute right l.omi
companies, the state of
asked neighboring counties pityrL %
acre mark : M.F. Wiggins: STARKE 4E
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of Lawtey.
"Florida DuPont, the cities
individual owning the Inez Green, Bryant SkinnerCo. around Jacksonville to submitthe x-i ..
Starke and Keystone Heights!; The for planning I jy.liiyjCsLj J .
maps pur-
land in the county is Skinner Dairy. "
and five individuals own 51 most r.
:
wooded r.t
These large A
who owns All the and poses.
McMillan companies '
percent of the land here. The Dorothy areas would be used to house I ,1; c ,
'
western individuals with these :
in the large :
5,380 acres ;
federal government, largest '
!; This of land evacuees from the Jackson- / i.
the are presently
of county. parcels
owner of land nationwide, portion
ville metropolitan area in the
does not own land in land, mostly swamp is receiving agricultural ... .
any event of a nuclear attack. .. .
Bradford County. presently in a real estate exemptions which have come .. ....,

Container Corporation, with trust. Another individual land
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. Prison Contraband : A Battle Of Wits .


Once the contraband is In-
Recently an inmate at i I. .' '". side an institution it must be

Florida State Prison was N f' concealed. Examples foundare I Ir

killed by a homemade pistol, i i. r .I II an electrically operated lam'----s----
commonly called a zip gun, I ; I "stash box" with a false
which' fired a projectile with I : "Sliding bottom operated on
great force right between his if J. J. dry cell batteries, a modified

ey'i->. I. f : I spaghetti can that held l e
Zip guns are only part of I' ; contraband in the bottom of

what the Department of f 't 'j the can and a plastic drinkingcup

Offender Rehabilitation to hold contraband in the

I iDOK) calls contraband. DOR L U't ; .. bottom of the container.
correctional I officers have a : DOR has routine and unscheduled -
constant: battle of wits with shakedowns with .
,: -! .
and
inmates visitors the purpose being to "preventthe ;,
employees over the ingenious : introduction of weapons or
ways that are devised conceal to introduce I other dangerous contrabandInto

and .. the institution; discover
contraband: inside state t -I and trafficking ,
:. -.,. suppress
institutions '
.. between employees and
sheet ..
An information .
the
inmates; detect ., \
supplied by DOR says .- manufacture of weapons "
aa.
/
"contraband is anything thatis t n r
escape devices; enforce rules
in the possession of a person
designed to eliminate the L.
that is contrary to the rules more unusual cases of J
and regulations of the dIssention and strife between I. Dorothy K. McMillan B

institution inmates, gambling petty 2. Town of Keystone Heights f ,
It is a third degree felony theft whiskey narcotics; to i Container Corporation: of America i
with a sentence of a possible discourage theft and 4' Container Corporation of America .

five years to introduce trafficking in institutionalstores i Container Corporation: of America '. ,
contraband: into a state 6 Container' Corporation of America '
to check malicious I Ia
; any
institution, with an additionalfive 'waste or destruction of state 7.: Container Corporation. of America u ,
for introducing a Gilman Paper Company
years and to discover .
property any v
controlled: substance and five ,. N.L. 'Industries, Inc.
hazards to health or safety i
more years to be in possessionof Florida State Prison I .' ....
that go unnoticed during a ,
,
of a firearm. more routine inspectIOn" 11. Mrs. L.J. Green .. w4; .
To stop contraband from entering 12. Kerr-McGee Corporation
state prisons and being Ii Owens-Illinois, I II I;: S
circulated within DOR lists ..: M.F. Wiggins 'I' '"''i' I

basic procedures that shouldhe Sammartino Ranks 15. ITT Rayonier ra,
carried out "periodic but Staff SergeantThe 14. ITT Rayonier l ,

regular!; search of cells ... 17.: ITT Rayonier! .._...-":':I'' : .':.::,.:,:,!.:__......_..,.,.. _. ,\ ,
\inmates and inmate work '. son of a Kenner La., 18. ITT Rayonier :...:Y._......' 1 : ;..::...:NR_ '
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areas frequent search andl'arel'ul couple has achieved the rankof 19. ITT Rayonier -
!
in the U.S. I
staff sergeant
supervision of r 20. I ITT Rayonier '
trustees discreet supervisionof Air Force. 21. 'ITT Rayonier
visitors to inmates regularInspection Sergeant Mario P. 2'ITT Rayonier I

of inmates' mail Sammartino Jr., whose 23. 'ITT Rayonier ,
of all vehicular parents are Mr. and Mrs.
inspection: I.t.I.U.: Rempvr, training officer at Union Correctional. Mario P Sammartino Sr. of 'dal i+ Riot
traffic and supplies coming t Rt? t ,
and of Institute demonstrates the use of a pipe gun that shoots a Ii I:! 3717 Delaware Ave., is an ad- NiJI
into the institution use
metal detector devices at the gauge shotgun shell by slamming the two pipes tORt'lht'r.1'0 ministrative specialist at I I I, ,

gate of compounds and shown is part of contraband that is used I for teaching aides by MacDill AFB, and serves with i'', .1 .

entrances of cell blocks." the Institute. the Tactical Air Command.The c

But inmates and visitors are sergeant, a 1971 Bradford County are attempting to identify large, !singly-owned blocs of land in
resourceful as the confiscateditems weapon roach clips and a supply of graduate of East Jefferson This! map shows! the large landowners of counties surrounding Jacksonville for evacuation planning I
School, Metaine, La.,, encircled correspond to the numbers on the legend.
High Numbers
can attest. Some of Weapons are not the only joints, a vacuum bottle that purposes
these are kept for teaching contraband introduced and lids a half pint insert in a attended St. Leo College extension The map was prepared by the Bradford County PropertyAppraiser's who
aides in high schools and circulated within an quart bottle allowing roomat at MacDill. His wife,, Office at the request of civil defense officials

junior colleges and used in institution A hollowed out the bottom for contraband Jimmie, is the daughter of of

orientation program for new book contained a syringe and a hollowed out heel in a shoe Mr. and :Mrs Edward !McRea Test Set Jun. 5 In Front Of Winn-Dixie I
employees, explained Lt narcotic an entire marijuanakit used to smuggle in of Starke Multiphusic Screening

\I D Kemper. training officerat contained a water pipe, contraband. breakfast and Appointments arenecessary
Union Correctional Multiphasic screening tests Following
until the test is done, the per for persons wanting
will be at the Bradford
Institute given
For
) the diabetes test. an
not eat or drink anything
A range of items that were Square in front of Winn-Dixie son may No appointment phone 1I4-647! <; (;
designed to be used for inmate ; Wednesday Jan. 5, from 10 except water. after
to
: or Persons w ishmg come
r r- r smoking, chewing gum
assault on other inmates a.m. to 4 pm. lunch phone above number
candy is permitted; otherwise
ranges from knives made This Health Screening Program
for i lunch menu.
from lawnmower blades checks blood pressure.. the test will not be valid. prescribed

(dental putty fashioned as diabetes, hemoglobin and

handles for sharpened pieces glaucoma, and is sponsoredby
ol metal a modified afro.comb the Starke Seventh Day FRESH
used as a weapon f1I Adventist Church. There is no ? its

scissor blades welded into a charge for the service, and '

kung-fu style throwing everyone is encouraged to 4 CABBAGE

weapon a pipe gun! that is participate.
tired bmechanical Those wishing to be testedfor

telescopic .action of slamming diabetes must eat before C

(he two pipit together to fire 0 1 scribed breakfast 1 0
(originally a Japanese being tested. It is importantthat

innovation the pipe gun was Y a person finish eating two Lb.

used for a jungle bush gur + ; dM hours before the test is given,
explained 1 Kemper The pipe N w. and that he eat the following:

nun: fires a (12 gauge shntgur I One cup of orange juice, one FRESH
shell while the zap gun uses the. cup of cereal with one table-

sulfur from match heads u spoon of sugar added, one cup EYE HOG
Ir BLACK
the barrel acting as a powdeiID l .of milk on cereal, two slices of

propel an object I Irom th<, 5 1 .r i .I I Ii toast with one tablespoonjelly
; t I 1j one egg if desired, and a PEAS JOWLS

I iii i hot drink.

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Retiree (;0. I) M<>tnhr'r.s/ Extend! Enlistments COUNTY: TELEGRAPHWANTADS:' 39CLb.. 39CLb.


Pictured above are members of the local Guard unit (Co. DSaid \. Troupe: SP3:; Raleigh \'. Crosby; SP5 :Merren C. LUenbee; .
12'7c IIH'rlU"'l' SP6 Charles K.: \\ilkison: SP3:; John I.. Alvarez; SP4 Allen B. .
:\ *pt. tin) who were among the 54: members extending their J. To-Rena HOME GROWN : *
\Shitehead Jr.; Sgt. KS: I.arry K. Gooddll; SP4 \\Utiam Byrd; J
enlistments from I to'.10years;\ on Dec 11. The 31 extension of enlistments
including time already !served represents more than SP6 James K. Dval. '

Retired employees of I M:! years of !service to the National ward SFC Uavld H.Montgomery RESTAURANTNow GREENS fry : b
IHipont I received a Christmas roleft to right: SPl BartO. Tanner; r
.Front row, left to right: .spl Sinclair T. Crews; SKI E5 Roberti. Third SFC Frederick I.. ;
the form of
Jr.
12 .
present in a SS<1 Tommie Cason. ;
Curium: fcgt,. K5: Clinton\ It. Griffis! ; Sgt. E5 Jackie J. : ; Ritch PSG : r.S
percent increase in their 1 Dampier; M'3! :; Kdwin I.. Sanders; Sgt. K5 James T. Lee: SP5:; VVatlerson; SPJ 1.assn Padgett; SIM Glenn. Hulcheson C. ; SPS Now / \ -... ,..?
; Undo
monthly it was Underhill Sst clarence H v.J. ,
pensions .
Dallas I.. ('ra"fordllon; : I' Crews; sl5:; DougUa \\. Richard .1 : SPS Louis W. 6 9 .. : T'
..mnounctxl, by' plant manager PSG Freddie :M. Stephens;
KennHI: SRI. K::? Kriiest: I U. Carton: SIM David \\. ISadard.Second Kmmett M. Norton; 'y....'. -
K Ii Platt' 1'0..11'11 to right: I'F(' Randall. :Massey; SPI Larry Donahoo; SSG Thomas B. Grant. MaaajtmintMlko Bunch" ..,
The firm s J4.IHM) employees

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retired before 1U75\/ will t.llll'fp't'N's/ / Gainesville :Mr and :Mrs Hamilton gave the devotional

receive the 12 percent Wane Douglas and family! The Program was given by Millette. of and. OoHli HOLIDAYNUTS ,..t.
Janet
From Page 131 Beverly
increase! while those who :Mrs :Mattie Miley, Mrs Mrs. Olin. :Mrs Esther Starke has ,

retired more recently will Mrs Henry A Carter and Sinclair Harley Montine: Porreca and Mrs Jim Hall. 116 been N.named Myrtle to St.the Dean's List Irwitt their rlorif

receive a declining daughter. Shelly of Columbia.SC Johnston, Dorothy Alvarez After the program a delightful Technological
percentagedependmg on their Christmas week :Mrs Beverly Blackshear and luncheon was served. :Next-'; at Florida
spent Orlando for the
retirement date with her mother :Mrs Flossie David Harley all of Starke meeting will be held at the University in fall quarter.To to lit with than
Dupont's Board of Directorsapproved A Q. Smith and church Jan 4th. just-completed
Rosier While here they Mr and Mrs. for this honor a
1 the fourth upward Auburndale. Miss Mr: and Mrs: Reggie be eligible
visited! :Mrs Arnie Abstem, of family of compile a 3.40
adjustment in pensions paid toemployees Micanopy. and Mr and Mrs.T Mary Chesser of Sanford :Norman-'; of Gulf Hammock student must while

since I9w The C Raines of Melrose. They met at the home of Mrs. Helen and Mr and :Mrs Truman grade point minimum average of 12 1III11fe.11- 75Norman's

adjustment will add about $6 i left for home on Monday Harley for their Annual Norman were Christmas taking a of study Lb.
million in costs to the morning Christmas dinner on Sunday dinner guests of their son and quarter hours A MI tit itJt

company's current pension Mr and !Mrs Dan Harley.Mr Dec. 19th. daughter in law. :Mr and
expenses.In and :Mrs. Hubbard :Miss Arthurine Blanchardwas :Mrs Bobby Norman and Sfulik Ftti p- Farm I

a letter to the 49 retired Harley Mr. and !Mrs WayneMassey a Christmas dinner guestof familyMr
emploees from the Trail : and family Mr! and Mrs Lenore Foster( of : and :Mrs Robert Lee

Ridge and Highland Plants. :Mrs Joe Harley and family.Mr Kingsley Lake visited her brother Byrus Lee OPEN 7 PAYS MEEK Produce Market
Platt said "In looking aheadto and :Mrs Nelson Blocker The United Methodist in Jacksonville on Sunday

future years the Company i and family of Lake City. :Mr Women of the Grace United ,. Cranberries will keep for 4 to &.. 10>.
has reaffirmed that it will I II and Mrs: Nelson Blocker Jr Methodist: Church had their '' r.''- -- ,.I' a weeks in your refrigerator.Or 617 N. Temple

I continue its practice of and son of Macclenny :Mr Annual Christmas party at the .r .- you can freeze them withno Mike D..| JMI16447H
reviewing the status of and Mrs Michael Blocker of home of :Mrs George Robert :? preparation.. s
pensioners periodically and Jacksonville. !Mrs W L Sr. of Starke with :Mrs :

making upward adjustmentsin Haggett and daughter. (Frances Hamilton as co also Open 4flonSafTimber
pensions when. that seem Marilyn: of Tampa. Mr and hostess There were 2i; : A blow torch can burn a "A good" spectator Swill Proverb 301 .N. Sl,fk/

appropriate :Mrs Brant Turner of members present :Mrs diamond. creates.



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3 Applications Approved tt 1 1h N. Betsy Yawn Is First Chair, j



r tft' French Horn SelectionIn


Tues. By Zoning Board

All-State Junior High BandLila

Three applications for former $190,800 mobile C7
residential ; eight homes
reclassification of propertywere classification.The $51,300; 15 additions, etc., ,.1 -- 1J4 E. (Betsey) Yawn has Beth, daughter of Mrs. Lila for the All-State Junior and
granted by the Bradford board's approval on all $38,676; one garage $12,000; been chosen to play first Rae Yawn of Starke, is a ninth Senior High Bands. The
County Zoning Board in its three was in the form of and one poultry house, $11,500. chair,first French horn in the grade student at Bradford auditions are placed on tape
final session of 1976 Tuesday' recommendations to the ..Fees-collected totaled $880 All-State. Junior High Band. County High School. She received and sent to qualified judges
night.Mark. County Commission which has and 90 building inspectionswere straight A's for the who listen to the tapes and
Olin, owner of Olin the final say on all applica made during the month. Beth is one of eight French second six weeks of the make selections. Each
Mobile Homes received tions for rezoning. Gaines announced that he horn players selected in the grading period and has as instrument has its own set of
approval for rezoning one Doyle E Starling was given would meet with three city I. state of Florida by a rigid set subjects Algebra II, Band, judges who are usually college
acre at the intersection of permission to advertise for councils next month to present of requirements said band Speech Modern Science professors said Cassels.
Highway 100 and 100A from public hearing on rezoning 42 them with their comprehensive director Dean Cassels. Civics, and PhysicialEducation. Beth and students from all
RlA to BR3.1.1 for the purpose acres one mile west of Lawtey planning maps for further The competition shows over the state will attend a
of construction and operationof on the south side of Highway study All meetings will be at "Beth is the best French horn Cassels said school band clinic in Orlando in Januaryand
a convenience store.No one 225 from Exclusive 7:30 p.m. as follows: Lawtey, player in the state of Florida," directors help qualified then they will present a
appeared in opposition to the Agricultural to Open Rural to Tuesday, Jan. 4; Brooker, said Cassels. students try out for auditions concert.In .
proposal.Approval. permit the sale of one-acre was also given to larger) lots. Public hearing on Tuesday Jan. 11.
Lawrence Dorrough for the application will.be held at
rezoning one acre at the the board's January meeting.The Robert Scott of Lawtey was Danny Hazeiiy 18 OfL. Butler
intersection of Highway too introduced as the board's new ,
south and 21A (Speedville request of Mrs. E.N. member, replacing Carl I
Road) from RlA to BR3.1.1 for Addy for temporary permit to Edwards of Brooker who
construction and operation of locate a mobile home on her resigned recently due to ill 3

a gift opposition.The shop. This. likewise drewno property was denied.on Santa The board Fe Lake had health.A Killed Frida'vAs Truck FlipsBradford .

voted more than a year ago to
third o.k. went to stop the practice of granting church custodian with rL County recordedits an 18 year old West Palm a Christmas Day
Willard Wynn on a request for temporary permits. record of and harmon a fifth traffic fatality of 1976 Beach woman was chargedwith incident, Huey McKnight 43,
"special uses" for 51 acres on Director L.M. Gaines long Friday evening in an other. careless driving in the of Pensacola, was killed when
the north side of Bessent submitted his monthly report ious service was asked how wise quiet holiday weekend. wake of a two. car wreck at his car ran off SR-292 and
Road just east of the city showing 33 permits issued for he with managed the various to get women's along Betsy Yawn, BUS French horn player. Danny Doyle lIazen, 18, of the intersection of Edwards struck several objects. He had
limits, for the cultivation of a total of $304,276 who held in Lake Butler was killed Road and US 301 Sunday apparently suffered a heart
meetings
blueberries. Wynn was considerably below the groups the He Christmas Eve when the truck evening. attack prior to the accident,
building. replied,
reminded that he must be in previous monthly average of he was driving failed to Michelle E. Newton was the niP said.
"Oh, I just get in neutral and
operation with the special use close to $500,000Included negotiate a curve on SR-18 traveling south in her 1970 Three sailors from the
let 'em about.
within six months or the in the total were push me west of Brooker and ran off !Ford Sedan at an estimated Jacksonville Naval Air
property would revert to its eight single family dwellings -Orlando. Fla., Sentinel the road, flipping over several speed of 40 mph shortly after Station died !Friday evening
Star The average Ameriran eats one-half ton of cheese during times. 7:30:: p.m. Sunday, when her when their car became stuck
e bfetime.I The youth was pronounceddead car struck the rear of a l'J74! in a mudhole and they inhaled
\ on arrival at Shands Buick sedan driven by a 27 carbon monoxide fumes as
Teaching Hospital in Gaines year old St. Petersburg man they awaited help. Dead were
f p ville shortly after the 6:30: No injuries were reported in Charles Kesnick. 20.
V p,m. accident. the mishap; however, the Sunnyvale Calif ; Gary
Florida Highway Patrol wreck caused an estimated Burger Columbia, S C and
troopers said lIazen was $425 total damage to the two John Borba, 18, Wisconsin
We Won't Hold You Up On Your traveling at a high rate of vehicles. Rapids Wis.

I speed Brooker four on SR-18 miles when west he of !Florida Highway Patrol killed Two when Plant their City car men crashedinto were
officials reported that deaths
failed to make the curve. His a Seaboard Coast Line
1976 Ford truck left the road across the state over the freight train near Nichols. The
weekend fell below
holiday
victims George Prine.
were
and turned over four or five
to niP their estimate of 27. with only 21. and John Powell, 2U.
times, according 23 deaths reported for the Angela Hollers, 19! and
Printing Cost reports. period from 6pm. Thursdayto !Frank Keller 20. were killed
Hazen was a lifelong midnight Sunday. Sunday when their car
resident of Lake Butler and The FliP attributed the skidded into another vehicleon
i graduated from Union County lower death count to stricter Slt-33: in llardee County
High School in 1976, where he enforcement of the 55 mph Another llardee County
.." was quarterback on the speed law, saying that peopleare traffic fatality remained unidentified -
varsity football team and finally realizing they haveto :Monday He was
starting second baseman on drive slower and more killed early Saturdaon M{
the baseball team. He had safely. In addition, weather 33.: ;; but police there have been
been employed as a farm across the state was reported unable to determine illS
supervisor since graduation.In good, which always keeps the identity as he had no papersof
a the only other incident in death toll down !FHP officials any kind on him when thl'al'clIll'nt
M the county over the holidays said. ( nccurred



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*I they recently presented to local grade schools and the tlulilien's\ ward at iainestille's; hands
i I Teaching) Hospital fast membeis pictured are: ('11I'r>I lto>cllv\ as U"J\It'd! von llaihUenchuwsk
I >' as lUgKeih And>, l'enn> Hunt as the lullcriiu ami Iii rnlaapp| | as the wsew old

NeedLetterheads vv:I grandfather clock.Lennon.


v:, Again Named Guidulu"clini: (* DirectorDr


*> Bill Lennon was raise' amounting to secnix'rcent I'.i.ullotil\ i iini> taihci t thai.l ".
*[ contracted by the Bradford-( [for workers' making l iiv (Iii Hisiiu-l' "> :Mental\ .
*) Union Guidance Clinic, Inc, less than S'j.iiHit\ annually and 1 Ileallh''hire, 'MI r.aiorsullc; \
three percent lor 'iwrsonnel' \ '|1'11(' .1.11I11.11'\ "slut' will make
Brochures J Board of Directors October 14 who earn more (than t that.( the lukiiil ", iliicilors lorUradtiii
Statements t p to remain the director of the amountA, . >>) guidance clinics for (the next tar I the 1'11111111I.1I1
>>>j four \'ears.I January shift in the .' uprniliim. while the
bookkeeping. procedures III hisincl "I 1I1l'I (- will "still
>I Otherbusiness of the (lave the manual I I allairs of ewer
> lui.il authority
Booklets Programs.We >>) quarterly mt'l'tlOas to give the clinics located in Slarke maintain smil Lake Huller
Maike
\ employees of the clime a pay and .Lake. Hullcr handled in (the
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Do Them All. f* Thoughts on Alcoholism I


MM In 1R99.! a gentleman in New:; York City was under potential risks on the highways -

_. MV stepped off a trolley. ar in the intluence of alcohol at the will receive education
And At'ACompetitive- "New[ York and waited time of that first accident. The and treatment for their
V momentarily to assist a young British device for analyzing a potential or latent alcoholismat
lady who was exiting behind person's breath to determinethe a very early age in life long
V him. He was struck by an on fact or the extent of alcoholism before they become a dangerto
V coming automobile and became was not yet invented us all!
Price V the first recorded But since that day, But in the meantime there
) V fatality of the motor-car era. many techniques have been are many alcoholics and alcohol
In Business Since 1897IBlaJDllllD V Since that day. 2.700,0(10 developed to prove "under the abusers who are using
V people have been killed in influence" and liability And a their motor vehicles as
V automobile accidents. Three recent Florida Supreme Court weapons. Drive defensively! !
V
V times as many Americans ruling emphasized that a per (For further information on
V have been killed in these son convicted of O,W.I. Is also the subject of alcoholism.
V accidents as have been killedin liable for all punitive contact the Clay County
robberies, rapes, etc. Moreover damages. Council on Alcoholism, phone
(JmUrnU110 t> the nation's number one Researchers at the Bronx 2W-1916 or 284.7207.Bill
V killer is not the murderer nor Veterans Hospital and the Dunford
the armed robber but the per Mount Sinai School of
son driving while intoxicated. Medicine announced last 0400 OOOooooooooooao.Onl' .

Fifty percent of all auto andpedestr4a71 month that they had found an to another:
St. -964-6305 1 abnormality in the blood of al youngster
.135-W.. Call -:- accidents involve "Well. I'll never be Secre-
coholics. If their findings are
alcohol abuse! "
tary of State. I get airsick.
No one knows for sure correct we may see the day Ftaturt,
-Ed Arno. King
?gg&3S3S* b& whether the driver of the car when individuals who are

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1:111: II Tornadoes Roll To 9-3 Season Record.
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r Y (From Page/: 7) average, among Tornado running and was coming on strong. good football by the season's specializing on offense as a 14.6,0; Norman, 113, 16.1 1;
( backs last season, rushing Casey never regained full close, according to Coach wide out receiver. A Carter 4,136,34,2 Biggs 2,
like Carter added of for 055:; yards on 71 carriesfor but back to close Hurse. Revel had 31 tackles ;
II a pair speed came The following is a listing of 22, 11, 1; Aycox 2, 2, 1, 0.
running conversions.Clark a 9.2 average He also had the season with 18 tackles and and 18 assists along with one regular season ((10 games) Punting-Clark 34 for 1,304,
had a 10-gnme season eight touchdowns and a pair of 16 assists He recovered one fumble recovery and three team totals and individual Prevail 2 for 75.
total of 623 yards rushing on pass receptions on the season. fumble last season.A pass interceptions for the sea- statistics for the 1975 Bradford Offensive team totals -
i 115 carries for an average; of Defensively Aycox had 30 summer football clinic High School football season: first downs, 147 rushing
son.Defensive
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solo tackles and 16 assists, and Jockel back Erie
5.4 yards per carry. helped center Jeffrey Biggs, yards 2,988 yards, '
I Clark played both offense came up with one fumble recovery according to Coach Hurse, at 152 pounds, is termed "oneof Score by quarters: 539; number;of passing plays, 524. 4paxe iv
and defense all three years he and had three interceptions who notes the second year the finest little men 've, had Defensive team totals r 5.4.uPM10 .
lettered in football at BUS, starting center changed his the pleasure to coach," by BUS 72 62 65 51 250 first downs against, 117;
and did the punting Clark had Jay Godwin, a 6-2 and 210 stance slightly, a move which Hurse, who says all the terms Opp. 14 37 25 16 92 rushing yards, 1,379; passing
''I .14 punts on the season for an pound defensive end and enabled him to perform his usually used to described defensive yards, 858, number of plays,
average of :111)) 4 yards. ills offensive tackle, did a "fine blocking assignments better backs fit Biggs. "His Kick off return: (player, 500.
i longest( punt, following the in- job" all season for the Tornadoes and at the same time added a position will be hard to fill," attempts, total yards,
Icntionul safety against Vanguard but according to Coach good measure of confidence Coach Hurse notes.In average) -Aycox 5, 119, 23.4; Defensive totals: (player,
sailed 72 yards. Ilurse had his best game in the Laurence Budget, a 220 addition to his 57 solo Revel 4, 40,10; Bennett 6, 98, tackles, assists) Godwin 38,
On defense, as a linebacker. final outing of his high school pound offensive tackle who tackles and 23 assists Biggs 16.7; 1,10,10; A. Carter 3, 28, with one recovery, two
C'l.irk had 5C solo tackles and career, against Ocala Forest will be joining Carter at had two fumble recoveries 48, 18. sacks; Cruger 65, 23, with one
KM in assists with 51 lie also Ilurse says Godwin had some Tuskegeenext season, showed and three pass interceptionslast Punt return: (player, recovery and one sack; Biggs
had two fumble recoveries seven tackles: and four assists "geat improvement" this sea- season. attempts, total yards, 57,23, with two recoveries and
and picked olf one pass, and in (he sectional championshipgame son according to Coach Hurse. Seeing limited action dutieson average) 8, 94, 11.8, three interceptions; Revel 31,
was l'l'l'ditedIth one During the regular season Waiscel Mines, a 192 pound offense Biggs caught a and one touchdown; A. Carter 18, with one recovery and Li
quarterback sack Godwin had 38!) solo offensive guard is termed a pair of passes last season for 2, 98, 49.Rushing. three interceptions; Patrick -
"ll.ut, he not pl>i>ed both tackles and 28 assists lie also "very willing, hard worker"by 22 total yards and one touch- : (player, attempts, 27, 32, with one blocked kick 'IL"
ways" Coach: horse says of had one fumble recovery and Coach Hurse, who notes the down. total yards, average, touch- and one sack; D. Carter 8, 2; 4c'Ken
('lark, "and just played led the tram in quarterbacksacks senior put on 20 pounds in the Franklin Bell, also a 152 downs) Clark 115, 623, 5.4, K. Carter 60, 27, with five
offense, he would have( easily with two.Ostensive off season,and worked hard to pound defensive back, 7; A. Carter 143, 1,232, 8 6,12; fumble recoveries; Bell 22, 8,
j gone over l.OtM( ) yards and we 1 end Keith Carter move into a starting positionthis covered his position with Bennett 40, 176, 4.4, 0; Aycox with three interceptions;
may have: been state also pla.ved one of the better past season. Hincs saw authority this past season 71, 655, 9.2, 8; Prevatt 78, 339, Bright, 3; R. Cummings 24,
champs. games of his high school limited action on defense Coach Hurse says. From his 43,8; Norman 3,6, 2,0, 8, with two recoveries; Clark
Tight end Steve Karncst: led career in the final outing during the season, finishingwith cornerback slot Bell had 56, 51, with two recoveries,
the 'Tornadoes in pass receptions against t Ocala Forest "He a pair of tackles and as three interceptions along with Passing: (player, attempts one interception and one sack: Hampton ((5>'and Fred" Aldrldge (-41> beat a pair of Ocala
last season The 6-2 came on strong during the many assists. 22 tackles and eight assists on completions, total yards, Russell 36, 29, with one inter Forest defenders to the goal in recent Bradford High basketball
and 2(15(: pound senior had III) year" Conch Ilurse sa lVS of Running back Sam Bennettwas the season. average, touchdown, interceptions ception; Aycox 30. 16, with one action. Hampton, 5-6, and Aldrldge, 5-10, have consistently led
teeeptions for :261! total yards Carter, "His e'lperience'paid named l the outstanding Defensive back Richard ) Prevatt 30 15, recovery and three Inter- Coach Wurneydklnson'I! Tornado cagersIn: scoring through
oranaverageof 1-4 Ii(iyaids per olf for him and he contributeda offensive player in the season Hall returned to football as a 262, 17.5, 2.3; A. Carter 31, 17, ceptions; Casey 18, 16, with the first part of the 1976-77 season, and represent the only returnees
catch Coach Ilurse says great deal to our success. opener against Vanguard, and senior this season having 267, 15.7, 2, 0.Receiving one recovery; Prevatt 3, 0; with starting experience on this season's Tornado
Earnest: improved steadily Carter had 60 tackles and 27 according to Coach Hurse, earlier played one year on the : (player, receptions Earnest 6, 3, with one recovery squad Coach Adkinson'scagrrs are slated to resume basketball
through the season, and he expects assists and led the squad in never let up. Bennett, one of junior varsity. Hall played total yards, average, ; lines 2, 2; Jenkins 2, action next Tuesday, January, when they host the Yellow
the big tight end to land fumble recoveries with five the strongest members of the both offense and defense, touchdowns) Earnest 18, 264, 0; lIutchinson 3,2; Smith 1,1. Jackets of Augustine( High.
.1 i college scholarship in the during the past season. 1976\ Tornado squad, gained
near future Linebacker Lee Casey puton 176 yards on the season. His
C'oaih Ilurse says two year ::10) pounds between his rushing total came on 40
letterman Kl'nny'A>cox is junior and senior years and carries for an average of 4.4 Union Tiger Ace Bill HemmeIs 1911 BHS BASKETBALL
'probably the fastest player" was showing great improvement yards per try though he played SCHEDULE
lie! has ever coached A fine according to 1 in the shadow of Andrew
.ill-ui'ound athlete! according l'tloldillurse. when he injured Carter
lo his coach. As cox was alllIaLIt his ankle in the fifth game of Monster back Charlie Revel Pitcher ExtraordinaryBill
\, asset to'the Tornado the season against t Palatka demonstrated continued improvement pate Opponent 'Iace Time
i d.fl'lISI', : South 'In that. game he was toward the end of -
\\<:lIX had the best rushing playing the best of his career the season and_was playing Jan.4 St.\uguUnl' biome 6:30&8Jan,7 :
Hemme has an unusual dilemma" to have the choiceof chance arose Bill said, "It :\Jacclt'nny \\\ay 6:30: &.H
wish; he would like to face a going with a major league depends on the money." Jan.. II I.iveOak Away 6:31)8: )
dilemma when he graduates team or start college after whether to take an offer or go Jan 1& "alatka South 110mI' 6:30&NIan. ::
from Union County High graduation. to college.A .' IN Eastside home 6:31)&NJan.21 ::
Announcing A New School in June. "I don't think I will be straighl-A student. Bill BUl'hholl Away 6:30&8Jan. :
Bill, pitcher extraordinary offered that chance this year has not>el decided on a junior 25 St Augustine \\\ay 6:30&8Jan. :
V for the Union County Tigers because of my size," said the college or a four year 29! BollI's lIome 6:30&N
says it would be "8 nicer slender six footer. But if the university, but with his family "'l'b. I Lake Butll'r Away 6:30&8:
1977 ArrivalJohn .- ";!' -"--- .3\\j\-\ '-" has visited Eckerd College in Feb.4 Bishop Kenny home 6:30&8:
St. Petersburg and Florida Feh.N BUl'hholl home 6:30: &.Ht"l'b.
s: Southern in Lakeland.Son II Live flak home 6:10:: ) & Kt"I'b,12
of Mr. and :Mrs. Dave 1'0111'1 home 6:30&N::
T. Allen Hemme of Kaiford. Bill, 17. is FehiS: :\ldCl'h'lIn' home 6:31)&N1'eb. : )

'" l lt' a senior at UCH. He played on IK Lake Butler home 6:10: &. 8Feb.
Maihr Elietrlelan Ucinsri tI the varsity baseball team as a II! (culaForest .Away 6:311&N:
p; ."....:r.J'll freshman when he transferredto t'l'b 2'-211' DistrictTournanu'nt 1'11.\
... Y UCH from Fessmger Marchi-S: :; It.'giclllal Tournament TII.\
Bonded ft Ins I
II" Middle School in :Marion :March tll-12 Statl'Tournanll'nt 1'11.\
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} freshman, 6-2 as a sophomoreand
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21-3 in his junior yearIn
., i iI addition to playing for Elementary played listened to requests for Christmas
I ,t UCH Bill played his second host to Southside and Law'ley Hisisit! was a very
.f season with the Gainesville G- Elementary Schools )Friday special occasion for our Noting
\ ... ,, Men an American Legion Dec 17 for a basketball play- children
< team under Coach Bob day. The play day consisted ofa :Monday Dec 20 the
,ri., lIa\\kins. double elimination kindergarten classes traveledto
;' 1. < 'It is the best competition in basketball tournament with a Orange Park, to the Mall.
f my age group." said Bill. boys division and a girls Upon arriving, the children
24 Hour Service that is where the scouts will division.In enjoyed lunch at :\lcDon..ld's.The .
E ; be looking at the players. The the boys division, the children walked l throughthe
'' G-Men finished second in the Starke Elementary team went mall observing the Disney
: '''' district." undefeated to capture the World exhibits and decorations -
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,. ,"' Bill gives credit to Terry championship. Game scores From there, the
473-2093 Or 473-2645 t. '.., Stroemer, coach at UCH, with were: Starke 10. Southside 0. children walked to Ivey's,
'taking time to help me." for Starke 20 Lawtey 8, Law ley where they rode the escalatorand
the success he has /had 12 Southside 10 (double glass elevator
I .f. .. Also a baseball fan Bill's overtime' and Starke 14 After visiting Santa's Magic
Residential And Commercial dad describes Bill "in the Law ley H Kingdom, and promising him
mold of Handy Jones, the slow In the girls division, the that they had been good, the
breaking stuff, good control, a Southside .Elementary: team kindergartners visited the
& InstallationAll
Rewiring New smart pitcher who uses! his went undefeated to capturethe "Pet Patch" where they
head." Game observed various types of
Bill Hemme may not, be, a pool shark but the ace pitcher had 21 Bill has no favorite team but championship. dogs, birds, reptiles and fish.
Surrounding Counties wins and only 3 losses last season, for, the Union County Hitch he does follow the Cincinnati scores wereSouthside, 21. Lawtey H.: Shortly after visiting the
Tigers. Reds Philadelphia Phillies Southside 24. Starke 8.; "Pet Patch" the children went
and the Kansas City Royals. I iwtey 16, Starke 12: and back to their bus, to return

'- -- -.- He said since his dad Is a New Southside 32, Lawtey 8. home.
KITCHEN U: GSubmitted York Mel: fan he follows them Although Law ley didn't wina The kindergarten teachers
By also' Several pitchers that he championship in either would like to thank the
FROM Florida Lung admires are tom Seaver, division, both their boys and following people for assistingon
Olin. AssocIationBeware Steve Carlton and Bill jokedhe girls teams registered the trip.
"might talk to the ball next victories for second place :Mrs Coleman and Mrs.
the drip pan under year" in the !style t of :Mark finishes Whitehead our bus drivers;

We Would Like To Take This Opportunity To Deliver Warm Wishes the frost-free refrigerator. U Fydrich. We wish to thank the follow :Mrs PughIrs: Starling
may be the breeding place of :Modest about his ing people for making the play :Mrs Duddinglrs.: .
"kitchen lung." accomplishments. Bill was day a success. Roger Chilson Siegmund. :Mrs Brantley,
For A Safe Healthy And HAPPY NEW YEARS. . Kitchen lung is similar to voted the most improved and Vicki :McKinney Starke :Miss Stari:1gIrs.: : Bowen,
another disease that has player on I the team, all- Elementary: P.E teachers; :Mrs. Starli.i", :Mrs. A ilk ins,
plagued humankind since the conference in his sophomoreyear Jim and Gerri Lewis :Mrs Sapp :Mrs Rehberg,
beginnings of agriculture. and all-conference, all- Southside I P K teachers; and :Mrs Alv..rez.Irs.: Hodges,
Fungal spores from microorganisms area and most valuable player Buddy Paterson, Law ley P.E Maty: ;N'eisus" :Mrs Burton,
that flourish in his junior yearCocaptain teacher. :Mrs Dukes :Mrs Elliott: :Mrs
moldy hay trigger a disease The following Starke Milliard. Mrs: :Moore and :Mrs
i called "farmer's lung." Not of the baseball Elementary students also Tetstone, our mothers
until recently did researchersfind team Bill also has other assisted in making the play The school menu January 4
that spore-bearing micro- sports interests A member of 7 will beTuesday:
day a success. score keepers
organisms can also thrive in the UC Cross Country Team, Tommy Crosby. Billy Tison (Hot dog on bun
air conditioners, home he recently competed in Fort and Johnny Brown, timer baked beans, potato chips,
humidifiers, and drip pans Lauderdale and the team Vmce Culverson ''assisted by apple sauce, and milk
under automatic defrosting came in 16th in the state lie Starke Elementary: Principal Wednesday: Chili with
refrigerators billiards tennis swimming, I>l'wylcKlnne'I: i. and the beans cinnamon rolls,
: jff The presence of these and golfs in the mid refreshment committee, cabbage slaw, peach half
t l 1 y p spores in drip pans was discovered 90's but admits like most which provided refreshmentsfor saltines and milk.
by Dr. Benjamin golfers, to may be telling a all play day participants. Thursday ,Fried chicken,
Becker, professor of biological little fib about his golf score. SE students got into the mashed potatoes browngr
sciences at Indiana A member of the yearbook Christmas spirit of giving and ivy. green beans, fruit cup,
University-Purdue., Dr. Beck- staff Bill also belongs to the sharing when students in roll and milk.
er's research was supportedin Beta Club and has been a grades 3 6 collected items FridaySloppy joe on bun
1975 RIDGEWOOD 1972 FLAME 1971 FLAMINGO part by contributions to member for three years He is from home to present as buttered corn, french fries,
Christmas Seals. He suggests also proud of the finalist essayin Christmas presents to the chocolate cake and milk.
12x60 2 BR 12x50 2 BR. thoroughly clfjuinnalrlppans a contest sponsored by Clay patients at the Starke Nursing:
12x52 BR.
2
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air conditioners, and Electric:: Home
humidifiers at least once a :Mrs. Joyce Chambers
$4995 3995 3695 month. The Hemme family planned voluntarily coordinated the Brooker Man
The symptoms of both their vacation around project and parents, students,
"farmer's lung" and "kitchen baseball games in New York. and teachers of our children
lung" are distressing. During Philadelphia and Plt burgt. gave generously for this very Arrested For
only one minute the exposed this past summer Brother worthwhile project. Each of
inhale nearly a Bob, H, hopes to join (Bill on
person can the 13 classrooms selected one
II NEW VEAR'S SPECIAL II million spores, which are so the varsity team this year. student to travel to the Auto TheftA
small they slip by the natural Bob, catcher and first nursing home to represent
defenses of the lungs. In persons baseman, played in Babe their class in presenting the Starke police officer on
/ with a special sensitivity, Ruth League for Raiford last gIfts routine rounds
We Will Close early Monday
12x65 BLAIR the walls of the air sacs of the summer. The team, coached Monday. Dec 20 Mrs morning foiled an
$ lungs become inflamed It Is by his dad finished second. Chambers and Principal auto theft try at the apparent Holiday
2 BR. F& R 4895 FrL- Sat.Sun.. in the air sacs where the vital lounger brother Paul 11 wasa :McKinney took the 13 studentsto Inn Gulf Station on North
function of exchanging oxygen pitcher and catcher for his the nursing home to presentall Temple Avenue.
with Air Conditioning For New Years and carbon dioxide takes team. Guaranty ,Federal of the many gifts collected by Patrolman Jimmy Epps
place.An Lake Butler. Not to be left out their classrooms. Many spotted a 24-year-old Brooker
acute reaction to the invasion :Mrs Hemme kept score for
thanks to all of our parents man Randy Lyles, inside the
inglewide Repos For 125000 Down Priced At 14449Olin's can occur four to eight chauffeur both teams service.Bill and. provided and students, and particularly station shortly after 4 a.m
hours after The first
exposure. the chairman of this project, Monday and arrested the man
symptoms are chills and :Mrs. Joyce Chambers. on breaking and entering
fever, cough, and shortness of participated in a major Tuesday, Dec. 21, all Starke charges
Mobile Home breath. Usually, the acute league tryout in Jacksonvillein Elementary students In Keys to two vehicles parked
stage subsides in week to ten July where 16 teams were grades K3ere visited by outside the station were found
days, but the condition may represented, but will not be Santa Claus, who made a .on Lvles.
recur with repeated exposure. contacted until after special trip from the North Lyles was taken to the
Hwy 100 Starke 964.5606 FHA Financing Available On New Homes Severe damage to the lungs graduation if anyone is Pole. Santa visited with each Bradford County Jail,
can develop. interested. child, gave out candy, and following his arrest.


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