Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04131
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 1, 1977
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:04131
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Chief Jordan Found Guilty Of Battery In Fracas At Branding Iron .. .. ,

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Veteran Lawtey Police August 27, at the Branding chief would have walked middle of a milling of 'xiJord< ) told averted Jordan the
Chief M.M. (Butch) Jordan mass M! Baker to refrain by bloodying his chin. Jordan Searcy quoted the chief as ,
known as "The Silver Bullet"in Iron Restaurant on US-301 in several hundred feet over to militants.A front using such language. waitress said, crediting the said he was dizzy and re- saying, "Get them black
CB radio circles, was found Starke. The Lawtey chief was Baker to hit him if he (Jordan Other witnesses testified that Lawtey chief with trying to treated back Inside the dudes out there and put them,
guilty of battery in a verdict out of uniform and outside his ) had actually seen the third version was told to Jimmy Higginbotham, of keep the two factions apart restaurant where he sat down in Jail." Searcy also said that :.
returned late Tuesday after. jurisdiction at the time. black pull something out of his The Telegraph later by an eye Lawtey, got into the act and Jordan testified that, in the and tried to wipe blood off his Baker was shaking his fingerat

noon by a four-man, two- pocket that could have been a witness, not subpoened for the (exchanged words with Baker, general milling around, he got face and shirt. Jordan, calling the chief,
woman jury after 20 minutesof In his solo appearance as gun or a pistol.Conflicting trial. He remembered the and -- according to some shoved through the door into By the time police arrivedat "you white trash.T,
deliberation. the one and only defense witness incident well, because he was 'tektimony hit the black. the parking lot, where someone the scene, Jordan was back Capt. Rhoden said Jordan(
County Judge Elzie Sanders to take the stand at the testimony was sitting at the table with Jordan ; At that point, Mrs. Moody (he didn't know who at the outside the door, pointed to the then ran around him \
continued the case until all-day, trial, Jordan claimed given as to whether Jordan and other Lawtey cronies Bald other blacks began time, but it later turned out to group of blacks who had (Rhoden) and hit Baker In the
2pm. he acted in self.defense actually walked around two and had just ordered a large,, be
December 15 when he and e emerging from the back room Emmett Bright) hung one assembled at the north end of mouth with a "roundhouseright.
will threw his punch only after he Starke police officers to get at juicy steak, which he left un 'and what could have mushroomed on the chief's mouth, the parking lot. "There they ." ,
Lawtey pronounce chief sentence on the had been slugged (by another Baker, and that one officer touched on the table when into a free-for.all was loosening his teeth and are/ Jordan shouted and 11'
who has (See Page
held was holding the of the
Lawtey black) in the fight's arms hastily departing from the .
office for the past 16 years. preliminary round. He said black when Jordan struck scene. to. -

Sanders said the maximum Baker was cursing/{ him and he BRADFORD
sentence he could (Jordan) i him.One Apparently, the fuse was
Impose' thought It t was "do ordie' CO&
state witness
would be one year, and the ": when the angered black that Baker's denied ignited when Baker, sitting in E
maximum fine $1,000. The reached into his pants pocket held. arms were being the back room of the r
restaurant with several other
minimum sentence and
provided pulled out "something
by law would be probation. black." Jordan said "it could As usual in the case of such blacks,came up to the counterin
The somewhat controversial have been a gun or a knife donnybrooks the jury could front and requested some
service from Mrs. Moody, the
Lawtey chief will face
take its choice of several
waitress.She testified that the
voters next Tuesday, seeking Assistant of who
State Attorney versions mouthed the
his ninth two-year term, lie Tom first word restaurant was crowded by rtr3rap1
Elwell bore down hard on curse or threw the
is without opposition for the Jordan's first late-night or early-morning
testimony asking punch to set off the
customers,and she told Baker
post, and Lawtey voters have him if "because of your stateof skirmish. Varying versionswere
she would get to him as soon
consistently voted down th. intoxication you just told by Jordan, and
proposal to make the chiefs imagined you saw something several Starke police officers, as possible. Two Sections: -1
post appointive by the council ." In his closing inlcuding Capt.. Scotty Apparently, this wasn't soon
rather than elective. argument Elwell calledJordan's Rhoden, Phillip A. Suggs, and enough to suit Baker and he is Section A The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven
Jordan was convicted of self-defense story Willie Searcy who were calledto said to have tossed around Pages 1A10APages

striking Milton Baker, Lawtey "pure, unadulterated fabrica the scene by restaurant several curse words. Jordan 99th Year STARKE FLORIDA IS Cents .
black, during an altercationthat tion"and asked if it was likely waitress Cathleen Moody, who said there was "a lady" 16-ln8 20th Issue Thursday Dec. I, 1971 Copy
broke out about 3:30: a.m., that (as Jordan testified) the said she found herself in the seated at the table, and he

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.n Li ; ""w giirk Citizens Fight ,

1 'Smelly' Plant "


L The controversial issue of secret that Southeast was the Williams said after the ,
moving a rendering plant purchaser. meeting. 7j
from one side of Clay Countyto Although the proposed site

the other will be argued be- Rep. Frank Williams, who is already zoned industrial,
fore the Clay County Zoning the
attended the Clay Hill Clay County zoning ordinance
Board Thursday night Dec. 1.
requires a public
meeting, said, "For the life of
At present, the plant, owned me, I can't understand why hearing if an animal ren-
by Southeast Recycling someone didn't know who they dering plant is to be built f r,
within one-half mile of
r Corporation is located on were selling the property to. a
residential It would also
a :rAw' Highway 220 near Doctor's J
Inlet, where it has been a require a "special uses"permit
"This may be a matter for to be issued by the
source of controversy for the grand jury to investigate," zoning board. ,
many years. The Departmentof 1' ,

Environmental RegulationIs .ittlJ. ,
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closetthe ,
Z. currently: seeking to T
a plant in its present, '
location, under a 1974 court Vote4--4
order requiring the plant to Lawtey

cease polluting the"air...

I If wishes of the Clay County
I Developer Authority are
I carried out, the operation will Set Dec. 6
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1r.A?. t'f. :a. > be shifted to a new 189-acre ;
site owned by the Development -

This was the scene Saturday at the Rudolph llutcheson farm on Primitive But the youngsters from several families were present for the festive oc Authority fronting on I
Baptist Church Road off the Brownlee Road CIt.229)hen Rudolph and his casion and the old cane mill, which used to be drawn by a horse, proved U.S. 301 just north of the inter.
brother, Charles, were grinding cane and cooking their annual batch of cane Irresistible. With the OK of Rudolph the kids hooked a power lawn mower section with SR-218 (Clay Hill
syrup. where the horse used to be, and contributed a wash pan full of cane juice of their Middleburg road). The Is Quiet '
li j own to the pot. !Mother Joyce llutcheson can be seen looking anxiously: on In proposed new location would
The adults used the more modern cane grinder in the background which Is. center of photo eagle eyeing the play and cautioning the youngsters to be careful be on the east side of 301, just ,
II operated from the power takeoff of a tractor. not to get a hand caught In the grinder north of the Gilman Paper According to one Lawtey Council Robertson has
Company saw-log plant, and resident, you wouldn't know temporarily moved to
within "smelling distance" of there was an election set for Jacksonville due to the healthof
residents of the Highland Tuesday, Dec. 6, In a contest his wife, according to
!, )Making Cane Syrup The Old-Fashioned Way"You Maxville Clay Hill area. between incubent councilman Lawtey Mayor Marvin Rosier.
Some 250 irate citizens
Robert Scott and challenger Councilman Robertson still )
within a radius of 10 miles of Spurgeon "Spud" Massey. attends the. commission
can take the boys out bottles all year long for the from the neighborhood were the proposed site, met at the meetings. He hopes to move
; of the country but you can't 1IL annual cane grinding. around, in and out of the Clay Hill Civic Association Campaigning seems to be back to Lawtey in January; if
: take the country out of the L Each cooking of cane juice smoke filled shed, romping in building recently, moving the non-existent in the contest not, Robertson plans to resign.In .
boy," former agriculture made about six gallons of the yard. meeting outdoors after over- between Massey who served case of a resignation in
The Hutchesons sell the flowing the hall. Marion fivg; years as a councilman officials
teacher, V.R. Ferguson, told syrup. and January city are
Charles and Rudolph Hut. cane syrup from their farm on "They're surely having Wilkinson, chairman of the mayor and fire chief. He uncertain now whether the
cheson. greeting his former the Primitive Baptist Church fun," someone told Hudolph. group fighting relocation of was a member of the city mayor would be allowed to
students Saturday as they Road off the Brownlee Road the plant, said "This group commission until two years appoint a replacement or
were cutting sugar cane to (Sll-229) in the northwest "They don't know how much has no friends on the Develop- ago when he decided not to whether an election would be
make syrup. section of the county. fun they are having," Rudolph ment Authority as far as the seek reelection.Two required to fill the vacancy.
I moved his family from Stare answered rendering plant is concerned time mayor of Lawtey

I The brothers just laughed, five years ago, cleared the ." Scott has been on the city
acknowledging the truth of the land with a bulldozer and builta "You don't think we do this commission for 14 years. M11rrttr
statement. new brick home. Doing the for the money" Rudolph "On November 21, when a Two other city commissioners 'i) !

You've got to like it to spenda work himself, Rudolph built a asked. polite, respectful delegation Marvin Rosier / \.
before them
appeared and Buster Bennett return
weekend cutting and large barn, the syrup cook
"We do it for nodding scorned our pleas and voted two-year terms without
grinding cane the old- shed, and had some 30 acres op
fashioned way, over a t cleared to farm. toward the playing unanimously to continue'their position. Next year, the seats
lightered pine wood fire, to children. "We want them to efforts to perpetrate this" now occupied by John ? i iJ .
cook cane It may look r"l br All the while the children know what it was like." dasterdly deed upon us, Robertson and Ben McCulley r
syrup. "l Duke Webb added. will be tip for election.
like work, but its fun! _.
P, A spokesman for the Also without opposition in
At least a handful of former ..
kids thought so as k Development Authority attempted their bids for new terms were
to justify its action by
worked feverishly to city clerk Lucille Shuford and
they get -4
that although the
each batch of cane juice statmg police chief M.M. "Butch"Jordan
at Doctor's Inlet has
plant ,
cooked just the right length of
been objectional
admittedly The voters will also decide
it out 1L
time, then dipped quick
t the past, modern
it still hot. during December 6 if the city clerk
and poured piping
rendering plants can be constructed -
I bottles. Each batch should be an appointive rather
into Sunday Dee 4
to meet DER re- than elected If the
an position.
2" hours to cook,
taking some 4
Il.cs ., which forbid the
three batches quirements voters choose to have an
I they cooked emission of offensive odors. appointive clerk the change ,
Saturday, cut more cane, and Elks ElkeUeIMem..IaI8enlee
started at 6 a.m. Sunday to In fact, a blue ribbon dele will come following the expiration -

i finish the job. gation, including representatives of the upcoming two 2p.m.Monday ,
t, Charles works for Clay of the Zoning Commission year term of Mrs. Shuford.

Electric. Rudolph a the Clay County Dee S
mechanic by trade works for Commission, the Develop 86% Pass First
r the National Guard. ment Authority, and the Clay
I But last weekend they were County Chamber of Com- BC Comm 1:30..81.
I once again farmers. Rudolph l merce, left for Miami early Literacy Test
" stoked the hot pinewood fire. Monday morning to inspectone Lawtey Council 7 p.m.
jl Charles, his older brother, of these modern plants Eighty-six percent of the 299
l handled the cook pot. At t hectic which are said to be odorless Bradford High 11th graderswho Elks *Elke ties
11 I times both got inside to use Charles llutcheson works feverishly to cool down the jt and operating with the took the first over-all Dinner 7 p.m.
r buckets mounted on pipes to teaming cane Juice boiling over a lightered pine wood fire In blessing of the DER. Thegroup 1977-78 statewide assessmenttest Meeting(p.m.
''I cool the cooking syrup. Bill the smoke filled shed. It was probably the final year the Hut- is expected to report its of the State Department
1 I Wolfe, Charles' friend from cheion' will use wood; lightered pine I Is too bard to find Findings at the meeting of Education passed. Tuesday.Dec. 0

1 I Clay Electric, got Into the act. nowaday tonight (Thursday The results mean that of the
r 2wr who took the
,\, Charles cOntinUal) wiped If you weren't a little sticky, it Charles and Bill Wolfe dippedthe g The Clay' County Develop- 299 program Juniors, 257 would meet Lawtey Election
up the bubbling cane juice and wasn't as much fun. boiling syrup up in the ment Authority entered into a state requirements tograduate
I poured it back into the pot to Charles used two hydrometers buckets with metal arms and contract on October 12 to sell 42 would not have. Starke Council 1 p.m.
keep the juice from cookingtoo to measure specific poured the now brownish 189 acres at its 301 site to an Forty-nine percent or 144 of
fast. At times he and Bill\ gravity the cooking juice as liquid through a cloth: strainer attorney representing South- the 299, passed the mathe- BC Library .
i Wolfe ate some of the pure it thickened When the Instru- into wash tub.Georgia Wolfe east Recycling Corporation. matics part of the functional Presence!Story time
i taffy candy hardening at the ment floated at 33, the syrup was kept busy using a funnelto Some members of the literacy teat. .*.....
1 edge of the cooking pot. should come out. pour the still hot syrup into Authority say they did not
, Charles never could tell\ bottles of varying sizes and \ know who the attorney, Alban Supt.\ Tom Casey said the tit !I
, a neighbor, exactly when the hydrometer descriptions.Corks Brooke, represented at the results of the test reached his doramunltu
Bob Paterson and helped out. Attorney read 33, but the syrup came time of the sales agreement.But office at l3: p.m. Wednesday &tatt lank
,i, visited Pierce came to out at about 2Mi hours in fine had to be whittled Wilkerson referred to a Nov. 90. There was not time .

I George had to help pour fresh shape.Everybody. down to fit. No bottle, it news story quoting Brooke,as Wednesday to assess the ACMMM NOT Immtt uT "
see and Into had to work seemed, had the same size Georgia Wolfe uses runnel to boUIe'a1y made and still hot saying, after the October 12 results prior .to Telegraph .MMt"
I s lashing some onto hiseshoes.. then. Rudolph pulled the fire. neck. The Hutcheson't save cane syrup. The syrup Is for sale.. meeting, that it was no .big press time. mrit eip m i..Yrwmaa..e.;

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Page ZA TELEGRAPH Dec.I, 1111

Methodists Plan $200,000 Building ProgramA

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two-story colonial style Lawtey around 1940. Wnen equipped kitchen. Upstairswill the community for \many the present building. Rev. raising, members of the J- ',
fellowship hall will replace the completed the new hall will be five classrooms and a groups, as the Girl Scouts and Harper said before a commitment building committee have been
existing hall at the First cover the present site, along. multi-purpose room. An Auxiliary use the was made for plans to be working for a year and a half
United Methodist Church in Walnut St. even with the adjoining elevator and stairs will It is also a rallying drawn up by church architects on the project. Members of the
Starke following approval by church completed in connect both floors. place for church programsand Moore, May and Harringtonthere building committee are: .
the church membership 1950. When completed the new The new structure will butt the new building'. will were two other possibilities chairman John A. Torode, fit.i
during a charge conference hall will also cover part of an into the education buildingand strive to meet those needs.' a new one-story unit, or V.J. Spengler.:T.H. Slade Dr. ,
Sunday Nov. 6. adjacent lot recently purchased blend with the existing The pastor said the church renovation to the existing hall. H.H.Adams Mrs. L.J. Green, .,..wi\
The membership voted to and almost paid off, architecture. The remaining expects to break ground for Eollne Green Randolph B.
An estimated i; rifj
begin a $200,000 fund raising according to Rev. George ground north of the new the new hall when half of the $40,000 would Newland, Rev. George
campaign after the first of the Harper, church pastor. building will include diagonal $200,000 is raised and would have been required for needed Harper, J.W. Ritch, Dr. D.
year to replace the existing The new fellowship hall will parking and a ramp for the temporarily be without a hall repairs to the roof, the floor, Wayne Whiff, Gilbert fj
cement block structure have a seating capacity of 200, until the and renovation of the kitchen ,
one-story handicapped.Rev. new one Is. com Goldwire, Mrs. H.T. Godwin, t.. +' My '
moved to that spot from and include a stage and fully Harper said the new pleted. He added In the past area.When the present hall Is Mrs. O.W. White, Jr., Charles I rtJ 9 I II Itr Iv Ix

hall will add about 83,000 the Woman's Club and the either razed sold the kitchen C Johns, and the advisory
square feet to the half block of Florida Bank have been "good appliances or will be committee for kitchen matters I
church premises and should neighbors" when the church removed Mrs. H.T. Godwin Mrs.
for the kitchen.
help the church meet its has found itself in a pinch.At new O.W. White, Jr., Mrs. Donald
present and future needs. He the present time it Is un' Although the membership Hardenbrook and Mrs. A.J.
said it has been a tradition in certain what will be the fate of just voted to begin the fund Eaves. III. r..'

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,(.' '.i. """J!, .. '. Rev. George Harper looks over the artist's sketch of the
'><>. planned two-story colonial Fellowship hall addition to the First
United Methodist Church In Starke.
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'' Bluegrass Festival Set For Dec. 9-11

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-- Special admission rates will
r I ,, Widely recognized as one of be available for festival
.... the outstanding music centersof i
.". visitors, center director
its kind in the nation, the
Robertson noted. The rates
first annual Fiddlers' and
Festival the second are $5 for Friday, $6 for
Bluegrass and $5 for Sunday. A
weekend in December will I
weekend rate will
bring together an impressivelist
be offered for$10 in
of well-known artists for per person
advance or purchased on
on the Stephen
I performances Foster Memorial's arrival at the gate for $12 per
person. Both these weekend
amphitheater in
rates will include free cam
Springs"Joining Florida string ping on the center grounds. i I

and folk personalitieswill The newly-opened camp
groups grounds has water showersand
be two out-of-state blue-
sanitation but
grass bands, according to
John Robertson, director of no electricity. hookups are 1
the State of Florida's cultural available.The .,
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The first annual Fiddlers' and center, with its many
I First United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall (left) will The existing cement block building was moved to the Starke Bluegrass Festival will be features, will be open during
soon be replaced by a two-story colonial style structure at the location from Lawtey around 1940. Additions to both front and held Dec. 9-10-11. Programswill this event from 9 a.m. to 5:30
I corner of Walnut and Jackson Streets back were added in 1950 using stones from the old rock church. begin at 7 p.m. on Friday p.m. each day and is included
(Dec.9); 10a.m., with breaks, in any of the tickets purchasedat

r frit frx En, k fq ftrn Head Start Fails To Reopen Dec. 1Naricy a.m.Saturday Sunday, (Dec.(Dec.10))11); )and 11 Plans the gate are or being in advance.made to

"* Three of Florida's all-time accommodate large crowds

Projected Dec. 1 reopeningof Bradford and Union were folk singers, Don GruOms, each day in the 250-acre
FLOWERSInvites Head Start for Bradford not the only counties to receive Gainesville and Dale Crider complex which is located on
f: PLAZA and Union County preschool order to shut with Linda Bittner, Windsor U.S. 41, just three miles east
.economically disadvantaged and Baker were include will add their crowd pleasing'' of I-7S via SR-136, in White
I children will not happen said affecting 144 children In the talents to this special event. Springs, nestled in the big
you to come see our largest displayof bend of the river that StephenC.
Mrs Frances Jackson, Courcountles. In Bradford and Grooms, Crider and Bittner
I Christmas arrangements to decorate your director of the Suwannee Union, 72 children will remain will bring back to the outdoor Foster made known round
4 home for the holidays. So many different River Economic Council. out of school until it stage their legendary per- the world by having penned In
items to choose from. Mrs. Jackson, director of reopens under SREC. formances that have made 1851 Florida's state' song,
I \k ,the successor agency SREC, them favorites to thousandswho 'Suwannee River.
II said Tuesday she had been In Building Permits attend the nationally
I 1. Let us do your home or parties for your contact with federal officials known Florida Folk Festival
j biggest Christmas ever: but had received approval to which has been held annually
1S I ,reopen Dec. 1. For November at the Center since 1953. Jordan Guilty....

Our designers: Local CUBB agency Fiddlers, bluegrass, gospel
L ''director Mrs. Sally' Nelson Total $433,746Forty.nlne country, contemporary and
(From Page I)
6.00 was out of town Wednesday. folk music; square dancers

.;.../J: Sallye.Scoggins .- Joy Williams '.* In Oct. the local CUBB-was (with crowd participation); A bit"of"testimony
Bill Wilson Cheryl Hiebler relieyed, of.'the responsibility building permits -, doggers; workshops in banjo' surprise from
? 'j' came Bright, a friend ofBaker'
for. Head Start
insurance and totaling. $433,746..,were guitar, mandolin and up-right .
was placed until SREC In'a issued by the Bradford bass who admitted he was
are waiting to do something special for you. County ; regional foods and old-
one who hit Jordan,
realignment under Zoning Office during the timey crafts will balance out
fit county Community Acton period, Nov. 1-29, according to this diverse family oriented knocking him down and
We are here to serve you our customers. Agency. Zoning Director L.M. Gaines' weekend program. causing his bloody mouth.
Head Start was notified by monthly report. Bright had not previously)
ur Phone 744-5792 telegram Nov. 7 the Depart Craftsmen, exhibitors and admitted hitting the chief,
9QOTo.5:3Q: : 1 ment of Helath, Educationand The list included nine single food vendors will occupy but had received immunity
Stark. Plaza Welfare to shut the family dwellings totaling rustic shelters on the hillside from prosecution due to his
132 e.at Call Sheet George and Dolly Simpson federally funded program $248,400; 22 mobile homes, near the state offering to the testimony in the case, according -
Stark. 984.1\081\ down immediately. HEW said $136,700; two commercial, many visitors their home- to investigator Wiley
the local program did not havea $13,200; and IS miscellaneous, made wares. Clark of the state attorney's
proper license! or insurance. 35446. Baskets from grass; corn office.
husk dolls; leather apparel; Rhoden also testified that

_______ ___ Fees collected for the month pottery; Suwannee River Jordan was stumbling his
0.-- -w---- A' -ow-- -- -- _w _'w IlL "- ...... __ totaled$1,271,and 142 building jewelry; folk toys; wooden speech was slurred, and that
> Inspections were made. marionettes; wood carvings; he was "pretty well in-
P OEM Sicc spinning; weaving; and toxicated." The chief was not
o JEWELRY F bamboo flutes are just a few of charged by Starke police with
.l g Cb) : the many unusual crafts that being drunk, however.

.... 1 G 109 East Call St. q.A.. .r,;, k0: sun The at earth a speed travels of 1,100 around miles the will be exhibited by expert and Florida demonstrated he Jordan intended said Wednesday to appeal that the
G I>--' PS' Starke, Fla I per minute. artists.
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Christmas Parade Set December 11The ..'

Christmas season, Prizes: for the first three
complete with Santa Clause places will be awarded basedon ...
gets into full swing at 10 a.m'Saturday originality, artistry and :
Dee 11, when appearance.
Starke's annual Christmas Participation in the parade OFFICIAL ENTRY BLANK
parade begins from a new is free and entry blanks may
location, Bradford Square. be picked up at the Chamberof
and winds its way up and Commerce or fill out the Dear Mr. Chairman:
down the main avenues of one printed in the Telegraphand a I rP
town. return either to the You can count on us. fir ,
The annual parade, spon Chamber office 202 S. Walnut
sored by the Starke-Bradford Street, or mailed to P.O. Box
Chamber of Commerce, will 11W. Starke, 32091. We will participate In the ANNUAL BRADFORD +
feature over 20 floats, This year the parade will COUNTRY CHRISTMAS PARADE, to be held \
decorated vehicles, marching form at the south end of Saturday, December 10, 10:00 AM.
units, and other entries. Bradford Square beginning at
Already signed up to par 9:30: a.m.The 4'
ticipate in the parade will be
floats from McDonalds, parade will proceed
Gatorland CB Club, Hampton north on US-301 to Walnut [Name of Organization Club Church or
Christian Academy, Girl Street, go north on Walnut to Business]
Scout Troop 605, Green Acres Madison Street, go east on !
4-H Florida Surolus Madison to Thompson Street.
Property, Douglas 4-H, First turn north on Thompson andproceed Signed,
United Methodist Church of to Call Street. Go [Name]
Starke, St. Edwards CathoHf west on Call Street to Orange,
Church, Starke 4-H, Brownie then south on Orange back to Phone Number _
Unit 127 and TG&Y of Starke. Madison Street east on
Also taking part in the Madison to US-301 and back
parade are the ROTC -drffl south on US-301 to the shopping
team, the Bradford High center where it will Type of Entry .
School Band,a horse and cart, disband.
the local Shriners Club, the Any clubs, churches,
Lake Butler Middle School businesses or organizations
band. Not confirmed yet, wanting to participate are BUS Band Takes Part In Homecoming -. "'1, '
depending on football asked to contact the chamber,
playoffs, is the Union County said chamber director Bill Bradford.High I School Band keeps In step during HomeTt band participated In the University' of Florida Homecoming
I I"Keep
High School Band. Wilson. The Bradford High School contest which they have received Parade. Live coming Oak Parade game.Nov. 18 and played that night for the Bradford-
Band really put in overtime the rating of superior
I Friday, Nov. 18th when they the highest possible rating, for
Civil Actions SettledTwo participated in back-to-back ten straight years, said BHS your eyes wide open before marriage and half-shut afterwards." Benjamin Franklin
performances at the University principal Charles Francis..
of Florida Homecoming
civil suits were settled Bureau Mutual Insurance Co. Parade in Gainesville and at We're sure that many will
out of court in Bradford Mfs. Brown said Sparks the Bradford-Live Oak Game join us In commending the Baldwin Chevrolet-Olds
County Monday, Nov. 14, opera ted his car in a negligent that evening. band and their faculty ad-
closing three and five year old and careless manner in an These young people really visors Dean Cassels and
negligence suits. accident that occured Jan. 6, work hard to prepare for Michael Woodfin for their
Mrs. Elveria H. Devoe of 1973 at the intersection of SR. parades, football games and hard work and fine achieve- You Asked For It And You
Starke and her attorney 18 and SR-227. the annual district marching ments, said Francis.
Stephen Rappeneckerreached Attorneys for both parties
an agreeable amountto declined to discuss the amountof "After enough time has passed all. moinorias ire beautiful." ,
both parties in her suit the out of court settlement August Strindberg Have: It Here:
against Winn Dixie Corporation -
stemming from a Ii
June 21, 1974 fall the Starke 4'A \
Winn Dixie store. e EsSALE

store premises Mrs.failed Devoe in a to safe maintain charged condition.Mrs. the the. I More Car FOP Less Money"!

Devoe said the set-
tlement parties was acceptable"substantial"to both and 1977 Olds 98 Regency 4-Dr Sedan

should cover past and future Solid whit. with light blu. vinyl top and blu' v.lour Interior. This fin. car has
medical costs. Mrs. Devoe
received permanent injuriesto r only 12,000 mile on It and sold n.w this year for over $9,500.

her hand in the fall. Weekend. ONLY
Rappenecker said he was 77 I Save This $7,995

tlement."pleased" with the set 1977 Olds 98 LS Sedan

Also settled out of court wasa On. loaded with Blue with whit vinyl top.
extras. Light paint
suit brought by Jessie L. Between Now An Dec. 15, 1977
Brown against Bobby Lee Only 1600 miles.

Sparks and Florida Farm TIRES FEED And FARM SUPPLIESAre Save This Weekend ONL$7,495 '

2 Juveniles On. Sale At Farmers.. Mutual 1977 Olds 88 Royal 4-Dr Sedan'1

.,. ,
It Arrested- V On' These Valves .. .. ON JUN< ROOFING Flrthorn r.d paint with whit doe skin vinyl( top, red v.lour Interior. Check Fa
SILVER GREEN this car out before paying more som.wh.r..Is.. Only 15,000 miles.:
Pot ChargesStarke TIRES Save This Weekend. .ONLY $5,995
.RED 25.40
1977 Chevrolet Vz TonPS
police arrested twc ,, G78 J a 14 $26.00 PLUS 2.53 F.E.T. I
juveniles on the Bradforc I PB, automatic transmission, air, New paint, light blu*. This I Is a
High School grounds Tuesday H78 J* 14 27.00 PLUS'2.73 F.E.T.15.ga.. 5 In. MOTTO, good strong truck.
Nov. 29, for possession of less
than five grams of marijuana.A .'I I} G78 J X 15 26.00 PLUS '2.59 F.E.T. BARBWIRE$16.808AVE Save This Weekend ONLY $5,195 ::'

police spokesman said H78 II 15 $27.00 PLUS'2.79 F.E.T ... ., ..
charges were filed against the r- ,--t 1- T-- r- B-MO 1977 Chev. Caprice Classic 4-Dr Sedan
juveniles who were turned DOMESTIC . + +
over to the Division of Youth .. +. .. ... II MULTIPURPOSE Light grn paInt with grn velour Interior, V8 auto trans. Air Cond. Power. .
.4- -+
Services. windows. 17,000 miles, almost Ilk.
Only new.
-+ + .. + .... ...
Police also report they are FENCE . S I! f..' GREASE l l3a Save This Weekend. ONLY $5,795
investigating a burglary and l 14OI..
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vandalism at Hercules Inc. on 4 $4.33 1977 Chevrolet Monte Carlo CoupeFlrethorn
Alton Road that was reported I 48.30 : \ 34 In.DU-A-LOT 10% OFF ,

Monday, Nov. 28. I.., 1047--12-/i t.1: f | HOG PANE .... PERCARTON OF 10 REGULAR PRICE r.d with whit. vinyl top. Lost of the Big Monty. Only 17,000 mile*.
'54.30 I 1: : Z: '12.60" -OF A 50 to, BAG OF
TIIKBKADKOKI: ) I 52 In. DU-A-LOT 18% CALF DEVELOPER Save This Weekend. ONLY $5,895

Published every Thursday 62.70 $15,55 15% CALF DEVELOPER.2w. 1976 Chevrolet Monte Carlo Coupe

Starke.at 135 W.Florida Call Street 320H)! Now HIM Water SaftntrSat. SWEET STOCK Silver paint with black do. skin top. Black vinyl Interior and port stripes. Alsoa
one owner car with only 21,000 mile*.
!SvciMid at Starke('Ids! ,postage Florida! paid At A Cod Price 18% PIG STARTER .
Save This Weekend. ONLY $4795
Subscription Hates! :

lntradeareaS7per: Farmers Mutual Exchange I 1975 Monarch .
year: $1 six monthsOutaidetradearea Mercury 4Dr Sedan

I ;:< .54IftI U months: SHperrar 2226 N. Temple U.S. 301 N. Starke, Fla. 964-7871 Light blu. with dark blu vinyl top. 6 cal auto trans. P. steering and air cond.
Anoth.r on. owner with 22,000 mile.

I Save This Weekend. 'ONLY $3,495
0 0 .. ., .

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3O1 Liquors This I Is a 9 pat, with all the power options available from Chevrolet. Also a

one owner. Clean light green wagon. ,

o Save This Weekend*' . .ONLY $2,995 "

!Ji? 9G4-7771 1974 Dodge 4WB Clean :. i

[This Is a man] go anywhr at onytlm. Buy It with complet. can.fldence. -

: 1 Mi N. Of Starke U. S. 301 .a i
Save This Weekend ONLY $3,895


Two in stock at fantastic, savings. The** fine road cars are 1 .
onQaQa f $ production and will hold th.,. valu for a long tlm.to com.
See us on one of these fuse cars bf or.you buy anything el.! .. This is
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Page lA TELEGRAPH pee I.1977

Renovations Planned For DDS

The Perfect Christmas Gift

I Cafeteria Gym AuditoriumRenovation

f ,
Ii h hWp of the Bradford less, and as much as possiblewith -Install a new acoustical -Replace all lighting with
High School cafeteria, gym school labor. tile ceiling In the Cafeteria fluorescent type. Lighting
and auditorium has long been The board has met several Dining Area, $1,900. levels per SDE code. 5400 sq.
-Rework both the kitchen ft. at $1.30 per sq. ft perengineer's
talked about but the School times previous to Nov. 17 to
Board has apparently decidedto decide on building prioritiesfor exhaust hood and the dish- estimate $7,020.
do something about it this BHS. The board had previously washing exhaust hood In- -Install total of 9 tons
YANDJV year.In. toured the entire BHS volving new plastered ceiling HVAC (heat pumps) at $1,000
a Nov. 17 work session the complex and on Nov. 17 areas at these locations. per ton including. wiring for
'School Board informally narrowed the projects to the Patch and repaint entire units $9,000.Grand
agreed to apply for State cafeteria, gym and, if anything Kitchen ceiling area, $6,500 total all work
Department of Education is left,to the auditorium.The Repaint entire interior of :
project approval for reno- auditorium was built witha building with epoxy liquid tile $90,400.
Ilh vation of the cafeteria to the bond issue which has just paint $4,500. .... ..... .
tune of $90,400, the amount been retired.To '
estimated by architect Craig bring the cafeteria up to Replace door hardware as .
Salley. The cafeteria was builtin minimum school code standards necessary. There are several LegaIaNOTICE
the early 1950's. according to architect doors where the panic devicesare
The BUS gym will be the Salley, it would take the inoperative and should be
I second building the board will following: completely replaced, $600 OF INTENTION
attack. Built in 1954.55 the -Completely gut and redesign TO REGISTER
flvnana7data gym is also much in need of the existing kitchen -Many incidental type FICTITIOUS NAME
I refurbishing The board dis- area, install new quarry tile items such as handrails,
counters, dish return Pursuant to Section 865.00Florida
cussed spending at least flooring. Plumbing $1,550 serving
$100,000 to add more dressing remove floor $1,800, and new counters, etc., need to be replaced Statutes, notice is here-
.. room space and additional floor $3,350 and-or repaired. All of by given that the Undersigned
lockers for physical education -Install new vinyl tile the counter tops that are not Garden Liquors Inc., 801 N.
classes, repainting the inside flooring in the cafeteria dining stainless steel should be replaced Temple Ave., Starke, Fla.,
putting new carpet in the I area, $1,900. with stainless steel for 32091 doing business! under the
entrance and perhaps -Tear down and completely sanitary reasons. All exposed firm name" of "BRADFORD
lowering the ceiling and installing replace the Dry piping in the kitchen area PACKAGE, Bradford Square
MICROWAVE'OVENDemonstration new lighting.The gym Storage Building attached and which gathers dust and dirt Shopping Center, Starke,
i floor is also on its last legs. the lean-to type additions needs to be repiped or furredIn Bradford County Florida .
The board agreed at the along the south side. New Dry and plastered around, for 32091 Intends to register said .:"
Sale request of Principal Charles t Storage (1200 sq. ft.) $24,000, sanitary reasons. (Estimate; fictitious name under the {
i Francis to purchase writing demolition $2,500.Repair 3500. provisions of aforesaid statute.
arms for chairs in the audi the roof and -Remove and replace all Garden Uquors, Inc. owner.
torium so the building can be replace rotted eave wond, electrical wiring, switches, Dated this 1st day of
Friday December 2nd used as a testing facility. etc., as necessary on the panels, etc. 5400 sq.ft. at $3.20 December.A.D. 1917 at Starke.
Plans for the auditorium also exterior of the building. per sq. ft. per engineer's Florida
include refurbishing the (Estimate 2500. estimate. 17280. 12/1 ltchg! 12/22

;W;r .J stage,a new curtain, painting. ,. .............................
11 A.M. To 8.P. a and new lighting, plus new NOTICE OF INTENTION
lighting for the main hall so TO REGISTER
students can see when being
iI '. tested. ;Lt! .
Pursuant to Section 865 09,
Air-conditioning the :'f! Florida Statutes. notice is
Come, auditorium will be delayed for ., t
,' given that the under.
the time the
yl I being since price
I And Let Us Show You How To Save board tag is considered$100,000, which high with the signed Route 3 Connie, Box Lou 109, Jeffers Starke,
Florida 32091 doing business

g 50% To 75% (I II '1 i $431,726 ducting building.The available board. to from already spend has all a on sources in total the the remodeling of- ,, gt.MR f sry, +w, AUCTION U.S.under"LAWTEY 301 the,," Lawtey.SR-225 firm VARIETY name West Bradford and of&

County, Florida 32068; intends
according to Supt.
Your Electric Cooking Bill I spent Tom Casey.on renovation$188,000 can, according be- statute.to under register the provisions said fictitious. of aforesaid name u

w to State Department

Connie Lou Jeffers,
of Education
guidelines The
I --: --= I r remainder must be approved December Dated ,this A.D. 1977 1st at day Starke of,
i" in projects submitted to SDE.
n Florida.
We Will Be Cooking r But an SDE representative

I "if department told him, Casey will said work, the with state the w'. ..12/1....4tpd....12/22................... !
rM; lIL i]! Hams Roast Turkeys V
; i iI county needed renovation to accomplish with the the IN EIGHTH THE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT CIRCUIT COURT, IN

y money available. AND FOR BRADFORD
Cakes, Pies, Candies ,* The board plans to do the COUNTY FLORIDA.
5 'cafeteria in one comprehensive CASE NO. 77.4%
-I1- And f project. But work on DIVISION
Complete Meals. !| the gym and auditorium will
I 4 be done in stages $50,000 or FEDERAL NATIONAL MOR-
PREPARED IN MINUTES 'Check Our Complete corporation.TGAGE ASSOCIATION Plaintiff a w
jii'jiJill1'f"I III! .
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I. Line Of air ...",, IRENE W. HARRINGTON \" i


1 m! Five Foot Rattler KilledAlice Defendants.

:I'',:)r This Is The Perfect Christmas I f .k NOTICE OF ACTION :
Converse shows the five foot rattlesnake that was killed TOIRENE: W.
Gift For The Woman In Your Life by Leon Starling and Clayton Tuesday, Nov. 22, one mile west of HARRINGTON, a/k/a Irene W.
j f Ol Starke on SR-123. The rattler was quickly dispatched with an ax Fergerson; the unknown J",
1.L and a shovel, said Mrs. Converse spouse, heirs end devisees of '
__________ Irene W.Harrington,a/k/a Irene
I = $1QQOO WOOD Clay Electric Will W. Fergerson; RICHARD
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I ALLEN O'NEAL: the unknown
Prices Start At I vO Model PANELINGVAUGHN spouse, heirs and devisees of
MM tl I FUQUAY'S CARPET Check For MeterTampering Richard Allen O'Neal.


Plus When You Buy *T ***?* K& Between !, action the to fdlowing foreclose' property a mortgageon in

Bradford County. Florida:

Now And Christmas You Can Get A Cookware JOHNSONCO. CLEANING Inc.Clay is Electric.making Cooperative a meter-by-, Commence at the Northeast

964-8596 meter inspection of its 60,000 corner of the South 1/2 of the
For$2995 installations in 12 counties, including Southwest 1/4 at the Northeast

Premium I t s. n..,... st, 10% Union. Bradford Clay and Section 1/4 of the 22, TownsHp Sourthwest 6 South 1/4 of

This Is A $134 Value Stark "4-11" Discount The inspection program is feet Range; thence 22 East run and run South West 144.8 547
expected to benefit the overall feet to a point of beginning;
membership according to thence continue South 100 feet,
r asr sssries E.T. Martin, manager, and thence run West 179.5 feet;
Yours From AMANAAnd Winkler Electric will take from six months to thence run North 100 feet;
: "l- one year to complete. In a thence run East 179.5 feet to the
report to members, Martin Point of Beginning,
V -I said that residential and com
_. r mercial meter seals' will be has been filed against you and
replaced and meters'will be you are required to sane a copy
o inm REFRIGERAIORSAND : LEpK inspected for signs of tam of your written defenses, if any
NEWS pering. to it on Donald M. Boiling( plain

FREEZERS AT WINKLERSWE ; G Tommy Millican, assistant tiff's 505 .attorney Florida, whoM Title address I II,
i manager, said that six Building
t GANIp; cases
PRICES' W SAVEI had turned up during recent Jacksonville or before December Florida 32202 15. ,1977 on
NO percentage of
and file the
COIN violations was similar to that original with the
Completely of a 60-day check by trained clerk of this court either before
Free-O'-Frost I I personnel, Millican said, but service on plaintiff' attorney or
tool he made no estimate of losses immediately' thereafter;
December is the month to join Weight :aused by the diversion otherwise a default/ will be
Watchers<>, .for two good reasons: methods used by consumers. entered agairtt you for the relief
demanded in the complaint or
FINANCE 1 The price of the weekly meeting Is.! (poi ng Martin said that expense of petition.
up to $4.00 in January and if you join In the program is very small be- seal WITNESS I of this my hand and the
cause court on! Nov. 14th
December you'll pay only $3.00 for as readers Clay'Electric's will be meter 1977.
OUR replacing the
: long as you maintain your current meter seals and making in-
membership. spections while performing GILBERT S. BROWN AS
bi- regular meter-reading duties. CLERK OF THE COURT
OWN l There are great foods on the Food Plan By: Marion McRaa, Deputy
I now. Like tortillas; bagels; real cocoa Clerk 11/17 4tchg 12/8

milkshakes. Delicious combinations like ,----- -
wrr .I"'IW cheese with your burgers, ham with your -- ---

egg, and more all within limits, of course. I 1- MISSHEMISPHEREBEAUTY t
All O K. no matter how much weight

Nobody Plays Santa LikeWINKLER'S Aw. I you've got to lose. 1 PAGEANT

Il a = I Losing weight never tasted WEIGHT I
80 good. WATCHERS I Girls 2.27'' Boys 3-7 I

The Authority. I YOU CAN ENTER !II! I

1IJu're tJda...to toeing wdgfat. I 6 Age Groups

Rec. Center II 2.5, 6.10,11.13,14.17,18.21 I
Pratt Street I'Boys
ELECTRIC Monday. 7 P.M. 3-7 .
For More Information Call Toll 'ree: 1400-342-1ss I December IS'77
234 N. Temple 10, 11:00 A.AI.
p/raw oooo*'AANCHtS.'IA. .. ...jorxt.. MONTH or. .OICIMM nr? I
Starke ,Fla. 963-7596 w -.u.w.--_.r-+...'.._-_-._r rnrn..n---w' ", For Information: Theresa Spoons I

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Proposed U.S. Energy Bill Criticized ; Won't' Give Results Needed ,

the The House energy of bill passed by opinion,. it was not an energy to those who save energy On the subject of Inflation. Eliminating waste Is one on the government for a "The Soviets," said State and local governments .+.
not give Representativeswill the saving bill and it was using a which he believes is a more Chappell admitted that the way to overcome this guaranteed income unlesswe Chappell, "are spending far shouldn't be run from the
results it needs country the taxing power to regulate In plausible approach. government is largely problem said Chappell. lie want to change the country more in defense than the federal government level. If is ,
U.S. dustry."This Chappell would like to see responsible but at the same cited the abuse of welfare and to a socialistic or communistic United States and have closed is not stopped, state governments ..
Chappell Congressman William "is a dangerous ap- an inventory taken of all fuels time he believes the private food stamp programs as a government" said Chappell.The the gap on this country." will:.soon be a sub- :
D-Ocala roach ,
told said Chafpell. with each categorized as to individual also contributes to main problem. division of the federal govern- j ,
Keystone Heights Chamber of People with congressman does not
money quality and rate of It. There
products. are '
many people "We have ment. :As a general diet, it is
think to
Commerce members at their buying gas no matter what the The sa me thing should bad stated
are news:
meeting and doing the job it needs to do money in defense to deter
Tuesday November price those who can least for electricity and nuclear spends more money than it not entitled to it under the law, Russia
and to
for them
22. afford" it would be hurt the power to find a more efficient takes In money has to be stated the congressman. defense action in stop from On' other issues, Chappell] '
taking other of
most he areas
Chappell said he voted added. way to develop it. "We: needto borrowed which adds to inflation "There is a powerful vote in the world," he added. the ERA \v
against the According: to the congressman get away from fossil fuels," he stated. The amendment the *
bill now in the the same "We must increase congress for lessening defense as,. constitution !- .
Senate because in his with the idea Senate to is wrestling advocate But Chappelldid thing works for the private penalties for abusers and spending," he stated "but we When asked about already guarantees JA,..
give incentive more use of coal. individual he added. insist on able bodied persons need to give more to the to take federal a proposal these rights. On abortion ::. ,.
981iIr1t;:;.:; tII'i """" :1 ,.-- c., .. ___' ..;. ......... get doing,' something remarked for what they military.The communists" that revenue sharing away, Chappell the most do is permit the governmentdares tax moniesto
Chappell. argue
answered that
.. 'ta' the sole cause of war is local anytime the be used for indigent cases
: itr The government is trying to capitalism and their doctrineIs level asks the federal to save a life or in the case of '., _.
weed out these abusers, but government to tax people to "Even these
to gain control of their own rape. are \
+ citizens must help police this people, explained Chappell. aid local and state programs, touchy" he added. On healthcare
there will be
strings attached.
by pointing out the violators, preventive medicine is
suggested Chappell."We "We've kicked around our The federal governmentneeds where the government should
CIA to the point that they are to back away and leave put the emphasis. People
,1,1A should not teach people not in the places they should the taxing authority more to should be encouraged to
that they have the right to rely be to offset communism.." the states, said Chappell. provide their own health care.

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passerby examines the results of a collision Monday Pollee estimate when the car veered Into the east bound lane \:;&'' for_pi.... D.rdl.d.. raollxlc Inferiorul .
morning In the Intersection Thompson and Call Streets. hitting the parked automobile of Vivian Brewer Browder. i. -Iy. ."'y _.... FAMILY GAMES ?)
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Starke Police were kept with improper change of lane: motorcycle' required no east of Hampton on SR-100.. A (J,.:!iV, t IItyoIe. W..b.od ... .Or.w _hi... ew7t. ,' ., 1> ,'t.A... d
busy with a rash of accidentsover when the car he was driving first aid. Damage to the 1977 Ford pickup driven by //" T- IIIlotT..1etS2.29EACH At PRIEST'S you will find all th... auembled to go. :.....
the long Thanksgiving crossed the center line on US. motorcycle was estimated at Walter R. Maxwell of Ten- ,;
holiday, that did not result in 301 and struck Atchison's '71 $200. Damage to the Datsunwas nessee" collided with a deer. L e\i. ;4 G.E. TREE LIGHT' SETS '

any serious injuries. Ford truck in the left rear. estimated. Damage to the Maxwell ( 1 See Our Other Gift Set for That Favorite Girl. '
Clara Nell Carter, 23, of Police estimated $1,000 John M. Riggs of Rt. 1 vehicle was estimated at $100. h 4Al( C.n.s&., II Light S.I. $4.98 i
Starke was charged by city damage to Golunka's 1974 Brooker was charged with The Bradford County Fire i:)Ao.I..1)) BICYCLES p2S

1 police with willful and wanton Dodge and$700 to the Atchison careless driving In. a noon Department responded to a (rt i .r To" $24.98 13" $31.98 CjCejT Light Set. $7.98 I Ia
. reckless driving Monday vehicle. accident Wednesday, Nov. 23, vehicle fire about 6:30 -
p.m. r*) SET
Nov.parked 28 car after owned her vehicle by Vivian hit a Starke Hugh Edward was charged Geiger 15.with of on George SR-100!: just Bradford west of Pratt Simpson St. Saturday pickup was but totally a 1977 destroyed Ford c& M ""- $34.98 0?,,!: or 20"?59.98 Wnty mlnlaU el. low.r. prlc.d ..t. /1 7-4 land .

Brewer Browder. also of careless driving after a 9 a.m. of Starke turning left when firefighters arrived:. l It. ... \2 V2X M.ns 'Women* 26" 68.98 I CHRISTMAS TREES "'4
Starke. Thursday accident. Police when his 1974! Dodge 'was The FHP reports Billy Ray l f}) .
, Carter was traveling, weston report Geiger was travelingon struck in the rear. Damage to Bell, 19, of Starke was driving >--4" TRICYCLES intet. ex si.$14.98 UP TO 20.98 I '', I
Call St. around 9 a.m. at US-301 and collided with
the Riggs vehicle was )
east on Kelly Forsyth Road '
approximately 50 mph at the the rear of a 1976 Datsun estimated at $1,000. Damageto when he saw smoke coming I't>S. ERTL I 2ft. Pine 3.98 3 Ft. Pine 'O.98,
railroad tracks and veered driven by John F. Brancato of ,
the Simpson vehicle was set from the front of the vehicle' (
into the east bound lane hit. New York which was stopped j SUPER TRACTORS ,
at $50 and ti $8.98 $14.98
was unable to extinguish, 4 Ft. Pine 6 Ft. Pin. .1
ting the Browder vehicle.On behind other vehicles. The Florida Highway Patrol the flame. The Highway!!"; (:9,:,
impact both 'vehicles ,Police report Geiger was reported a 2 a.m.' Saturday Patrol estimated the total loss,* -1< $ 23.98 .
traveled into the intersection thrown from his 1976 Suzuki Nov. 26, accident five miles at $6,500. i'(:
of Thompson and Call Streets. ,, h'1

$2,500 Damage each to both and $130 vehicles damageto was ---- 1 ..ord.6OO$12.98UTL GRANNY and ME

street signs.A I Tips For Holiday SafetyReflections t IS-ln. W)
vehicle driven by Charles Farm Toy Ar. Th. a.., You Get TnTrn At PRIEST K <::J---V ::1-In. :"Me"BOTH"Gronny-
Will Cunningham 38. of .. (
Starke was struck: to tbe-rear :: PLUSH TEDDY BEARS ONLYM2.98 ...
of colored lights or carefully repair any -Electrical toys with tom."iq t ,
Saturday. Nov. M, Tta U&301 sets. Replace I (,,(
damaged elements
the should
bounce off sparkling or- heating only .
north of Weldon Street Jaqies naments that hang from the burned out bulbs before you be bought for children over 8 ;(; u $2.29 $2.59$2.98uPTo$12.98 Dr'*...4...Ilk.doll h..., ...
ti..di. roofed bar
vinyl '
Thetis Milford 22, of tree. All is well with the world put the strings on the tree so years of age.Remember. III..Ilk.m..'ln|.y't. ;j.
Jacksonville was charged by and you fell safe and secure.: you don't have to stretch to that adult i > /'
police with careless drivingand And you will be safe If you some hard-to-reach place supervision can prevent accidents ; ,*<<:. 1
driving while his drivers take a few precautions before later. Be careful not to t ,. ..
license was revoked. sit back and enjoy the overload extension cords and SPORTS AND RECREATION s;<<:)0). ) PRIEST Store hove ov.r twenty-live different rJ"j BARBIE DOLLS ': ig .
The Cunningham vehiclewas you wall sockets. EQUIPMENTSelect .. L; ( tuff.d animal.. Th. cute, cuddly .... ...

stopped to make a left holidays.Every year fires and severe : equipment that is J I .l 1 I afe kind. (*. .
turn when hit. Damage to the electric: shocks from holiday Never decorate: metal trees right for the age, size and '."' 3 $ 3 98 .f='..
Cunningham vehicle was decorations end the season with electric: lights. This could interest of the person. A child J t 'GUITARS ,

estimated at $150. Damage to abruptly for thousands of present a severe shock could lose control, for instance _J
the 1969 Ford Van driven by Americans. Sports and hazard. Instead use a colored of too large a bicycle..i':t $3.98 $5.98 All* toy sl lie*. Iav(
Milford was set at 300. recreation equipment andtoysgreat spotlight to light up the tree. that he is supposed to "grow Make muilc with See the axortm.nt '
No arrests were made in a holiday gifts-also When you put on the or into.Look ;:i $1"98 bch. Ai.larbi. .'J:
6:30: p.m. Friday. Nov. 25, Increase the injury toll if they naments, remember to place for well-built $7.98 PRissr'SGuitars. .Clothe at .. I
accident when Robert are not selected: and used with the delicate glass ornaments equipment.Buy ... ...
Williamson of Lyons Ga. care. high on the tree out of the protective gear for *;lr t CHRISTMAS CARDS We Have Everything To '

attempted to change lanes on To help you prevent such reach of children and pets. competitive sports.SKATEBOARDS /.. ... Dar..a..t Cwd. 1'ImiII i
US-301 and his semi tractor accidents and keep your And don't use lighted candlesto -: 99 C TRIM YOUR TREE... ::!!!!filfI
and trailer struck a vehicle holiday season joyful, the U.S. decorate your tree; they -Look for a well- ,;:_,:. a.. d..e:.. .Cta ,)
Safety easily start a fire. constructed skateboard. s100 .:
driven by Terry Bernard Consumer Product can a N. hr
Long. 19, of Starke. Damageto Commission offers these For outdoor lighting, make -Make sure both the wheels "L}...-: Ml.ny 0th... tun A.Ds/ .... r (*)
the long vehicle was safety suggestions. sure the lights are designedand and trucks (connects wheel t ttIl i. I
estimated at $150, there was TREES clearly marked for out- and boards) are properly ,. ENGLISH LITHOGRAPH ,r ft1Iil .
no damage to a tractor and A dry tree is a fire hazard door use. As with the indoor secured. They should be METAL WARE (
trailer driven by Williamson. so before you buy a cut tree tree lights check the strings checked regularly during use. :' s "'4)
check: it for freshness. The carefully before you set them -Beginners should practice DOLL COACH

Daniel Jackson Carter 80, needles on a fresh tree will up outside. Always turn off the basics before trying tricky j CI".rral.) 3.98 South .
by Bend
of Palatka was charged with bend; needles on a dry tree and unplug your holiday maneuvers. < 'Pt' i
speed to fast for conditions fell brittle and break or fall off lights inside and outside -Never skateboard in the j ... .times ;

tfnd careless driving in an when you try to bend them. when you leave the house or street-Wear or around tennis cars. # largo Serving Tray $2.98 i $8.98TOn4.98 '1
shoes long |
early Thanksgiving morning When you bring your tree go to bed. I '
mishap. home cut the butt end off The Consumer Product pants and a long-sleeve shirt. 'a I W. have .bout twenty different It.m., .,

Starke police report Carterwas diagonally one or two Inches Safety Commission has put Even better dress like seriousskateboarders H..T-4 Till ware Is very beeottfxl.. DOLL CARRIAGES ,. o.S5.98 Sj

driving his 1965 Ford weston from the bottom. The diagonalcut together a checklist for toys do: elbow [t=,, WRAPPING PAPER I r
Madison Street about S allows more water to be and recreational equipmentfor and pads helmet.knee pads heavy gloves ) 1 I PRIEST Ha Th. Wrapping Popart n.mama- FOOTBALL TOY CHESTby n
am. and became confusedand absorbed into the tree. Make your convenience. (* little Tike '
turned north onto WaterSt. sure the tree is held securelyin If you want further In-1 '"-cleo' I Fancy Roll 99Ci !
and tree stand. Fill the formation, or wish to report a '. I
leaving the roadway a sturdy TOfSKeep $17 98 .
crossing the sidewalk tearing tree stand with enough waterto the child's age in- product related Injury hazard write product-to the )( \ Jv..IIoPaporloll $1.37BOWS' ,.......,: I
feet of board fence completely cover the cut and skill level in (
down 15 'terests and Bank.
U.S. Consumer Also Football lamp
one stop sign, three palm line and check it every day to mind, especially when you Safety Commission ( 1. ,! 2Fo.$1.OO Plea. that. little, guy with on. of -.-.
bushes crossing Water St. in a make sure there Is plenty of buy toys for pre-schoolers. washington D.C.20207. In the Do._. More Ta Ch_.. From th.... 1oJIf:: ::.4.' It. t ti fi. I
water in It. '.. '..., .... ,.., ,,,, _.,_ ....... Pi
northwesterly direction -Look for well-constructed continental United call K| ; ; r y o-y"-'yre- =yd'.I' T"C'TG-Y'QoY'9T.: >j'T'Q: T HI.T: .T 'T'" 'Y'g'Y'I .TQ :f.1Io>L.'f 'f3'.i "" ( '
knocking down a chain link Set your tree up away from toys.Make the toll-free safety States hotline, 800I I( ..\ ,;, i J:.$:. "!t.4 "1r'; "fi4W.3-.1.A.W.:.:. ... '... ... ... .. ..:. .:.. ...

gate to the power plant other the fireplace heat sources.heat vents And make, and sure there are not 638-2666. Maryland residents (#) ; With Us This Season Our 53rd Yar '
maintenance yard and comingto sharp edges or points on the only it Is not in a heavy traffic
the dock area. sure '
rest against II( } ,
Damage to the Carter area where someone could toys.Check for small loosely I
estimated at $600. knock It over or fall into It attached parts-including ;
vehicle was
Damage to other items has not LIGHTS AND/ buttons-that can be pulled off VAN H. PRIEST COMPANYI :
and swallowed
determined. 7J ( ,
: .
Another Thanksgiving you put. the tree' -Avoid 'toys that produce ... y **** -- ,
lights on,check the strings for'' excessive noise .that ,k !*
accident involved Theodore Ohio and A. frayed or exposed wiring damage. hearing and can ( 8 "t< : 123 W. Call St. Starke Fla.,, 9ft)
of Salem !
Golunka loose connections and brokerior objects that In 70 ears. the human. heart 'YfSL.-d 'Y' ,.. T' T'Y' "''f: Y' T '
Atchison of Kingsley propelled can ( : y :Y1 iLY 'Y'2YR..Tf.K; yg..Y.12."r. T 'Y&'Y' .2>
Louis Lake. Golunka was charged cracked sockets. Throw out .l Injure eyes. beats 2 1/2 billion tirrwtl' 2 -... 4'l7"'... -.I .j_. :"' o\o .Jt. '3... !;. :""3 ....w &.. .:...1i.!:& .$.//.. \.' .... .','

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Dec I, 1977

Gorman's Body FoundThe ; School Bd To Award BidsThe

body of CharlesGorman foul play was not suspected. A Bradford County School the project.

68, of Starke who had routine autopsy was ordered. Board will hold a special is dis
been missing almost two Gorman had been the .1y session (tonight) Thursday Also on the agenda at Hampton '
weeks was found floating in subject of an intensive search De/t, 5 p.m. to award bids on cussion for paving Elementary
Alligator Creek, Thursday, that included a helicopter coVer d./ walkways at the and Lawtey consideration of a
Nov. 24.Bradford. survey Friday Nov. 18, by the middl Jind high schools. schools and at
order for drainage
Marion County Sheriff'sDepartment change
County Sheriff's in cooperationwith Bids were opened during the the BHS tennis courts.
Department said Gorman had the Bradford County regular school board session
been listed as missing since Sheriffs Department. Others Monday Nov 21, and post- Other meetings scheduledare
Nov. 12 when he apparently taking part in the search were i poned for action \until ar- Bradford County Com-
left his residence on Bessent Starke Police and Bradford r'fs i chitect Craig Salley could mission, Monday, Dec. 5, 9:30:
Road in walk Volunteer ....1.{ ',. Yi .n.A Lawtey Council,
east Starke to to County firemen. / Ar4iYa t study the bids offered on three ;
the downtown area. His body A spokesman for the .'. types of construction $40,000was Monday, 7:30 p.m.; and
was discovered near the sheriff department said set aside In the budget for Starke Council, Tuesday 7
bridge on Call Street about 10 deputy's had covered the 1 .
a.m. by a person walking exact spot where the body '
across the bridge. finally washed up and in both "If you were born lucky even your rooster will lay eggs .'
directions on the creek, but : Russian proverb
Bradford County authoritiessaid apparently the body was : '
the body had been in the caught in underbrush and f r- '
water for some time but that floated after recent rain. ?

At this Christmas season, let us
I Methodist Youth ActivitiesDon pause and take time to offer thanks to

L- God for our many blessings. And to ..:.
Denton,Youth Director Fellowship Hall of the Church
1 praise Him for the freedom we enjoy
The Methodist Youth and and each family constructedtheir
their families gathered in the own Advent Wreath from living in the United States of America. ;

sanctuary of The First United Christmas greenery and holly -.
Methodist Church Sunday berries. Each family will take We hope you and your loved ones .
first their wreath home and
to the light
evening light have the best this Holiday season.
candle on their Advent the remaining four candles; ..- --- during '.:
Wreaths. The event is to one each Sunday up to
recognize the beginning of the Christmas Sunday. The .
Christmas Season and the remaining candles symbolize Historical St. Mark's Episcopal Church Many thanks to our many friends for

first lighted candle sym worship rejoicing, renewingand their confidence in us during the past
bolizes the coming of the birth of Jesus.
Christmas and of individuals The fellowship supper for Included On Starke's Parade Of Homes year.DeWitt ,

coming closer to Christ. the evening was served by
Under the direction of the Mrs. Joyce Riherd and
Rev. George Harper, the devotions were given by Todd Included in some of Starke's most interesting and historic After the "big freeze" of the late IS'jfl's' killed the orange C. Jones Benton Futch ',
group first met in the Denton. buildings for the Woman's Club first parade of homes Dec 11, groves in this area, many of the early settlers In Fairbanks,
will be St. Mark's Episcopal church. many of them northerners, gate up orange growing and left the Harold Johnson ::i
It is not known just when the first Episcopalians banded town.
ST. EDWARDS NEWS together to form a church in Starke. It Is believed to have oc- /.
I curred well over hundred years ago,since the site of St. Markswas The Episcopal church there then fell into disuse and was DeWitt C.JonesFuneral ;
given by Capt. J.C. Richard, who came here from Mid- finally given to the Starke congregation. The Fairbanks churchwas
Christmas Bazaar used at their Thanksgivingmeal. dleburg before the civil wares a partner in the town's first large dismantled In 1900 and shipped by rail to Starke, where It Home
St. Edward's Altar Societyis general merchandise store. was erected on Its present site on Church St. ;
sponsoring a Christmas The church sanctuary was The building still being used by the St. Mark's congregation, The story goes that before the church was erected here the Stark Keystone Hgti ..i
Bazaar on December 10 from decorated with seasonal with little structural change over the years, was originally builtin congregation had been meeting in a remodelled cotton gin on the 994-6200 473.3178- :;':
9 a.m. until 4:30: p.m. at the streamers and flowers with a the town of Falrbands, between Waldo and Gainesville same site. ..!.
Bank Area of the Bradford large cornucopia containingfruits
Shopping Center. and beneaththe
The Bazaar will feature altar. Miss Donna Samons HELD if9.CeAlmntoll' .
such homemade articles as assisted with the sanctuaryand '
it war AI lAou l
toys, Christmas decorations window decorations. annual nun' .....'11
The 64
and household items. Home Foreign Ito in not.A.
After Mass Father
Foley Missions will be .....11
goal em- why,1 pike!
made candies and baked participated in the .
will also be available.The phasized by a Missions supper
goods Ecumenical ThanksgivingService GLASSWARE SET
hosted by the men of the
drawing features $100 in held at the United with mng SIS
church. The whole family Is
cash and an afghan. Santa Methodist Church, with St. mar Lyrewnyl 4
invited to the Dec. 4,
Claus will be on hand to chat Edward's parishioners also in 5:30: p.m. meal, which is to be i
with children and accept attendance. ifts PLUS
cooked and served by the
requests. Mrs. Norman Advent WreathOn Men's organization. ;
Phillips is chairman of the uperor
November 26, in State Director of W.M.U.,
Bazaar. preparation for the first Miss Vanita Baldwin, will T
Thanksgiving Mass Sunday of Advent, Father present an informative
Rev. Father Patrick Foley
Foley blessed the Advent highlighting the use

at Thanksgiving celebrated 9 a.m. During a special on the November Offertory Mass 24 of violet Wreath candle candles consisting encircled and one of three with rose and Missions observance needs Week of the of entitled Foreign Prayer Find the Season's Best Values at Eagle- this Thursday,

Procession gift items of kit greenery and having a red "Declare." ECKV.
chen staples and ca nned goods 1
ribbon bow. One violet candle The Southern Baptist "
were donated by parishionersfor was lit before Mass, and convention has set a goal of ra
the needy. additional candles will be lit 34000. for the Foreign .r
Following Mass Father each week, in preparation of Missions Christmas BUILT-IN
Foley blessed bread and wine offering.The MIKE
the birth of Jesus on Christ- Goal for First is
brought by parishioners to be
$2,000, an increase of 20
percent over last year's goal.
wtx I .Jt
: : : SUNDAY 1f'a
: Eula Norman, 90 Monday in the DeWitt C. DECEMBER; : 4th: 8:30: a.m. 1tt
Miss Eula Norman, 90, of Jones Chapel at Starke with Holy Eucharist, 9:45: p.m. 1tt. 'i119t
Route 1. Lake Butler died Rev Ken Owens officiating. Church School, 11:00 a.m. J 'I savE 3.00 SAVE
Friday in the Starke hospital Interment was in Santa Fe Holy Eucharist. SAVE 2.00 SAVE 3.07
illness. Cemetery near HamptonLake. MONDAY DECEMBER5th
Born in Bradford County. : 7:30p: m. Vestry Meeting PARCHEESI GAME DOLL SET HAMBURGER MAKERr.,18.88 RECORDER
April 29, 1887, she was a lIfe- WAS 1 0 .9 9 24.88
time resident of the area. Charlie Gorman, 69 Mad. St. BaptistsTo 129.9 -5"- 99<; E E11.88 2422.88Piano
Parents were the late Samuel Mr. Charlie E. Gorman. 69. Push her arms down she WAS.2J.M-
:Norman.; and Emma carter. of Starke. was found deadThursday 'toddles bake oil ,then lilts turns her arms and to The backgammon gme of incomes Just Ilk* the |.. .B. TV.t.nl Solid alale, lUll, automatic. '" Mighty Choi ins cooker hay conlrole w/buiIMn
She was a member of the Pine Nov. 24. He had Have Guest be picked,, up'' dia! A lavocile lor the lamily 12" Limit' 1-no oil beck.Bonnie's car wedge speakers. ...?._.5 IIJ makes grin meele in mmuteal microphone Bittariet mcl

Level Baptist Church. been missing since Nov. 12. t
Survivors include one" Born in Starke. Oct. 9, 1908. Speaker SundayBuddy .. t3.nw.rrT' NJJ lr i
he had lived here most of his .AUt1OUIWiJ
brother Lonzie Norman of
Starke; five sisters Mrs. life. He was a retired yard and Smith layman of ys : I k r t4--. -J :
garden worker and was a I ;
Elizabeth Lewis of Plant City, North Central Baptist Church, .
:Mrs Agatha Whitehead of member of the First Baptist Gainesville will be 44:4 !
Church. Father was the late guest ; :. ..
Lake Butler, Mrs. Vada speaker at the Madison Street Pl/1'l
Yarbrough of Orange Park George E. Gorman. Baptist Church Sunday at the ..n J& w;-
Survivors include his
Mrs. Alta Renfroe of Ocala, .J ,II =
11 a.m. service. -' -
and Mrs. Ruby Yarbrough of mother, Mrs. Ruby Strickland I SAVE UP TO 2.08 J J
Smith will talk on the month vA vE > :;
and Hat ford nephews.; and several nieces brother.Goodman Mr.of W.B.Starke McKinney; one long foreign mission em- I VALUE_PLU 1 VALUS PLUSt J' SAVE 2.00 i-r ELECTRIC SHAVERS SAVE 2.07 J a

Funeral services were held of Starke; three daughtersand phasies. BATTERY TRAIN SET BONNIE'S BEAUTIOUEDISC. GAF CAMERA OUTFIT WOMEN'S 7.88 POCKET CALCULATOR i
Sunday in the DeWitt C Jones four sons, and several Mr. Smith has spoke at 12.88 I DISC,
Chapel. at Starke with Rev grandchildren. several churches as layman in MICE 2 98 DISC. 5.95 W1 9.88 MEN'S 14.88 J WAS_ 5. 81
Africa. DISC.PP.ICE .
Homan Alvarez officiating. Graveside funeral services Banana aeat, hl-rlae ban Locomotive, gondola,eobooie, 14" doll w/her own wig fall lnclud 100XF cams.. color Sunbeam .5.,.,. lot men A Compact t'dlgit calculator for :;.
Intermentas in Dyal I were held Saturday Nov. 26. in and back,training wneele, i '. I.nd.reurv.d Irecks. comb curl.and 001.0 oulllll film' magicub A whit.".Po women. ftolt-tharpemngl horn, school. Villvry 'mcl. :;
Cemetery the Santa Fe Cemetery near Rev. Babb Selected
Hampton Lake, with Rev. J VALUE PLUSI! GAVE 24". SAVE 2.00 :h
LeRoy Olive officiating. As Interim PastorAt ASSORTEDTESTOR OAF 128.12'w 3
1000 WATT
:"Mrs. :Maggie Anders, 91 DeWitt C. Jones Funeral OR 110.12
l\Jrs.l\laggle V. Anders age Home of Starke was in chargeof POLY CARS COLOR FILM k1 HAIR PRO TYPE DRYER 3i
Bethel Get
91. widow of Joseph Z. Anders, the arrangements. BaptistRev.

died Thursday convalescent in a Jacksonville center- 1.37 970WASSa7' 15.88 G! O 1i i

following a long illness.A Elks Plan Everett J. Babb has Iw DISC.PRICE r WAS*;.** oJP !

long time resident of the Sunday been selected as the interim r L .
Starke area. Mrs. Anders had pastor for Bethel Baptist Y
lived in Jacksonville for the Memorial ServicesStarke Church. VALUE PLUSI VALUE PLUS! P SAVE 3.00 SAVE 1.00

"past several years. Date of Kev. Babb. of Jacksonvillehas 10" AMF TRICYCLE ".,G SPORT" SAVTEA OR COOK SET S-TRACK It Isr AMFMPORTABLE
I birth was June 2. 1886. She recently entered semi- FOOTBALL PLAYER W/ VALUE PLUS
was of the Baptist faith. Elks Lodge 1802 has retirement completing thirty dace Mk. .11 83 GAME-LIMIT T0 WERI t Ul> 3.99 AM/FM RADIO RADIO LIGHTER ASSORTMENT 1 3I I

Survivors include four set its Elks Memorial Day years of full-time pastoral 2.95 26.88 14.8 r Lipstick Llghl..3.11
daughters Mrs. Jeanette services in sacred session of ministry. He has served Sound metal construction Corning lee set or cook/serve utane Llllhl.r..M
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rubber Eaiy aasembtyl, DISC MICE set In s.fe durable DICSIe.w WAS 2145 electronic _.
Stokes of Lake Butler. Mrs. the memories of departed churches in Summerfield. 1145 tlohl.r. .m.5 M :::

Melba Giddens of Douglas brothers, Sunday. December Macedonia Silver Beach. r' SAVE 17"% 3 A VE 23% w4 ;< ;:01; SAVE 1.00 ;::
Ga.. Mrs. Ruth Purvis of Lake 4.at2pm. Daytona Beach and Jackson (
City and Mrs. Thelma Kellumof ville. i BLINKINGLIGHT 3-ROLL PK. ++ ;l i 24.PIECE )E
ei SET 3080. FT.
Jacksonville; one brother It will be held at Starke Bethel Baptist Church Is 20 BULBS GIFT WRAP BEVERAGE .5
Mr Newt Strickland of Lodge on SR-301 north located one mile east of Starke t GLASS lET
I Tampa; one sister Mrs. Ruby city limits on SR230A. Bethel I' o: t l ::97WAI.J.W'<= 67 1 t "3.97 ,
Goodman of Starke; several All Elks and their ladies are Church is associated with the %t 2 'r 4
grandchildren and great. invited to attend as well as Black Creek Baptist G WAS.m WASAV
grandchildren.Funeral guests. Coffee and cakewill\ Association, the Florida and .. MOTOR E

services were held served following the services. Southern Baptist Conventions. SAVE 14% SAVE 30"% 'r t'' I :::
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I ............................. Girl Scout News .............................. I CHIRPING ELECTRIC r r,6)kl/ t-v BAG GIFT STICK-ON OF BOWS 25 af; ; WAS OT. QUAKER STATE53C 'A" X SO' VINYL HOSE DOOR'4 SO" I. ::::

BIRD BALI WAS 2.88 MIRROR r" / ;::
by Carol) n Kate people for their time and was Breakfast"at Mc I 2.97WAS7Ar 47 i
I Girl Scout troops are all interest. Donald's all 29 really liked r 1 HO-3O, blended lor lop per. 100% Heavy-duty vinyl with 3.96 fWAS4JS
busy with many activities Seniors also made Christ- that. Thanks McDonalds. I wee e7( 1 rormence In your ear eixjlnel sturdy send bt.ia coupling. l4/I/ ;Mw:
going on each week mas ornaments for the United cadette Troop 520 just I SAVE 23% SAVE 27%
Senior Troop 669 recently Methodist Women to sell at finished the Chef Badge. One 1102. CAN BOX OP 10 SAVE M% SAVE 11%
I helped !Mrs. Lucille Payne their bazaar. Seniors' way of patrol was working on bakingand DECORATIVESPRAY 3, CHRISTMASCARDS 2-PK.8V VICKS
with the American Cancer saying "thank you" for their they visited the Bakery SNOW Lou EVEREADYBATTERIES NVOUIL
J. Society campaign "Great meeting place. and were treated to sugar I 1.OO I 10 02. I
American Smokeout." They Irene Wainwright Patty cookies. The following week 670ISGI ,'. 1.44
distributed literature adver- Mullins, Betsy Yawn and Mrs. that patrol baked three different I FEET WALE-V Nuour N 1.77
tising "Smokeless Thursday" Laurie Mullins recently attended desserts and the other I SAVE UP TO 21% WA...... WA8 LN
. These scouts are Interested the Senior Planning patrols visited the Garden FLANNEL B I-PIC.CON (Limit 2))

.; In their future careers so they Board meeting in Gainesville. Restaurant. They were interested svcsoq SAW_S4 c VINYL .. SAVE 27% 0M SUPER BUy|
are inviting professionalwomen Junior Troop 605 had an In quantity cooking so TABLECLOTHS VICKSFORMULA
toured COLORADO' ." ..._ S tx M** WILKINSON ow II "p
to their meetings. Last overnight last week at St. they the kitchen. They :
week Mrs. Linda Johns, court Edwards Catholic Church. were surprised with a treat of CELLO BLADES-S COUGH 44.l
i recorder and Betty Bennett They prepared spaghetti for ice crew coke and cake. To =-19.87. WtJ\b.: 1.97'o WAS 8.88 MIXTURE ;,;::; : .
probation officer Division of supper and popped pop corn wrap all this up they cooked T"9 Uasrr M r 97a =' 1 a
Youth Services, were their and made Christmas ornaments Girl Scout Stew and made .......... .. 2.49 ./../ h.nr., 05151 hrbkrg with oz. a57WAI
guests. Mr. Herman for their families as sundaes for the entire troop chat M.t.saed .NccIrd.LFeA.y1' learn-beck.wd..t WAIyU JAr :;
Schoening recently showedthe well as their sponsor. With the Thanks again to all the
girls how to change a tire help of the Senior Troop they people In Starke who make EAGLE' "THE CONVENIENTI 312 W. Madison
as well as how to do minor learned dances and had a working with scouting more F s Starke Fla Free Set Of Glasses For 'ISOI lay-A-Way Purchase [
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H SENIOR CITIZENSHAt 'staff all Fish Attractors ................. ............ .,.... .
Hampton Hilites delicious went turkey out to dinner furnish on a : : A I

the Hampton Senior Nov. 22. Among those en- Improve Fishing
jtizens Club meeting held onMiday joying this dinner besides the CHURCH ACTIVITIES by Elizabeth Terry mother, Mrs:1 Wilma. Wain- I .

,Dec. 2. from 2-4 p.m. by Dolores Meng students were: Mrs. T.F. TALLAHASSEE CHURCH OF GOD: Sunday Phone 782-3330 right l' i
H the City Hall\ plans will be Phone 468-1915 Brown, Mrs. Florrie Belle bunch of fish Get a School 10 a.m., Worship Louie and Jack Wainwright : ..
Hade for their Christmas and Mrs. Donald Falcon In boosted her bowling average Brown, Mrs. Hazel Griffis, watch the fishermen together and Services 11 a.m. and 6 p.m., Mr. and Mrs. RalphMartinand ,' of Tallahassee, were Saturday ...;
Kirty.Everyone. Lake Butler. when she recently bowled a Mrs. Mary Lou Peoples, Mrs. That's part of the gather.theory Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 family were thanksgiving dinner guests of their mother, jl
is cordially in- Ronnie Knight left Friday 219 game for a 543 series. Mabel McCullough. Mrs. behind the fish attractor p.m. YPE Friday at 7 p.m. dinner guests of their Mrs. Truby Wainwright. .
Hted.H TOP Gloucester, N.J., after Evelyn bowls regularly witha Mabel Saunders and Wiley program of the Game and EVERGREEN BAPTIST: mother, Mrs. Walter Martin. Mrs. Bennett Wilkison "
visiting his family and friends team sponsored by "Your Sweat. It was nice having Fresh Water Fish Com Sunday School 10 a.m., Another guest was Mrs. Doug Halette, and Elbert
CIIURCIICOUNCIL here and spending some time Kitchen" league in Gainesville them there! mission. Worship Services 11 a.m .and Martin's sister, Mrs. Sidney. DeLong and Dottie Wilkison, ;.:
in Key West. Susie Lott who recently Under a five-year federally 7:30p.m.: Training Union 6:30: Hansen. spent Wednesday to Sunday ," r
I The Women's Council of the Scott Sullivan of St. Joined this league is also Improving LUNCH MENU funded program, the Com p.m., Prayer Meeting Wed- Mr. and Mrs. Glen Shuford with her son, and daughterinlaw ;
Hampton Christian Church Augustine spent Thanksgiving her game mission Division of nesday at 7:30: p.m. and family, Mrs. Esther Mr. and Mrs Hubert I
Bill hold its next meeting on with Mr. and Mrs. Jerry DEC.5-9 Fisheries will be placing ISO FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH Carter and daughter Donna, Wilkison, and family of Live ,

[ednesday, Dec. 7, at the Wadsworth and family. MONDAY fish attractors across the : Radio Program on and son-in-law and daughter Oak. .
cheese with Mr. and Irs. Donald
of Mrs. Sue Brannon WPXE 8 a.m. Sunday Bible!
Bonne on SCHOOL NEWS state. Mr and Mrs. Shad Starling,
Bedford Lake beginning at 2Km. HAMPTON LAKE NEWS macaroni, peanut butter Jon Bunts coordinator of School, 10 a.m., Worship were Thanksgiving dinner Wilkison were Thanksgiving
sandwich tossed salad of their and
guests son
Teachers and students are the project, said the attractors Services 11 a.m. and 6:30 guests of their parents, Mr. supper
banana milk. daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs.
pudding ,
Ladies will bring along a Craig Buhler spent the anxiously awaiting the arrivalof TUESDAY provide "almost in- p.m., Prayer Meeting Wed- and Mrs. George Shuford. Daniel Wilkison, and daughter .
ft.rapped present for their gift Thanksgiving holidays with the new teacher who will be bun, carrot-raisin.sloppy? salad joe on stantaneous fishing success." nesday at 6:30: p.m. Other guests were Mrs. Dana of Jacksonville. :,.
Exchange.B his family and friends in the soon joining the faculty. buttered "You don't have to wait for FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH: Hester Hicks, and Bobby Hall., Mr. and Mrs. Bob Padgett,
area. On Sunday he returnedto The School Board at their corn, Vi orange, the project to reach maturity. Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Mr.and Mrs. Wayne Hardee of Lake Wales were Sunday
GRATITUDE Panama City where he is last meeting upon request of milk.WEDNESDAYFRIED Within a day or two after the Worship Services 11 a.m. and and family were Thanks- dinner guests, of their
enrolled at the Junior College.Mr. Principal Connie Clark agreed attractor has been placed in 7:30: p.m.. Training Union 6:30: giving dinner guests of their brother-in-law and sister, Mr.
i Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester and Mrs. Paul Meng that Hampton is entitled to fried CHICKEN chicken, GREEN PEAS, the water, the fish start p.m., Prayer Meeting Wed- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred and Mrs. Harry Wilkerson.
Kmith wish to thank everyoneho and family spent Thanks- another teacher due to in- mashed green fruit peas, congregating and the fisher- nesday at 7:30: p.m. Carter, of Clay Hill. Friends of Mrs. Nora
assisted them recently giving at the home of their creased enrollment. milk. potatoes, jello, man starts catching more GRACE UNITED Rev. Leonard Melton returned Grider, (taunt of Mr. B.F.
Iwhen Sylvester suffered daughter and family, Mr. and the biologist said. METHODIST: Sunday School home from Veterans
a Report cards will be goingout TIIURSDAY- in fish McCulley) will regret to learn
He is home Mrs. Theron Hunter in pigs a The attractors made 9:45: a.m., Worship Services 11 Hospital at Lake City on
troke. again after Key- Friday along with reportson blanket cole slaw baked are of that she is patient in North
a.m. and 7:30: Choir Friday after spending a week
stone Heights. brush (citrus trees p.m. Florida
hospitalized at Gainesville's' where
being Basic Skills of Reading, Hospital,
beans fruit
cookie milk.
Practice there.
cup at 7
Veterans Hospital We Beverly Meng spent the English and Math. These are FRIDAYmeat available), Christmas trees, p.m. Gainesville. Our. prayers are
sauce Methodist Youth Mrs. Futch of Black- .
he is weekend with friends in old tires wooden slats. Fellowship Joyce with her.
Bare glad making steady detailed reports and have required or Theyare
with spaghrttigreek salad shear Ga.
Wednesday at 7:30 was a Wednesday
I Betty said of Orlando.Mr. placed in bodies of water p.m. Mrs. Darlene'Nor-man and
some hours of tedious
progress. many beans
French bread dinner of Mr. and
The Methodist Mrs.
green Men's guest
I and Mrs. E.W. Hodges where natural attractors have Group Mr. and Mrs. Frederick -
their neighbors and friends work on the part of the half, milk. had breakfast at the church Harold Eunice. sons,
I were very kind and they do Jr. entertained their family teachers. pear been destroyed through a Mrs.. Ernest Hewitt of Prescott, Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Sunday at 8 o'clock.
I appreciate all the help. with a Thanksgiving dinner. Sixth and Seventh gradersare natural manmade factors. Mr. Leo morning selected Tallahassee, is spending Norman, and sons, and Mr..
They then visited his parents, preparing for their Sock / "The attractors are placedin President Dyal and was Mr. sometime with her parents, and Mrs. Jr. 'Austin, were
I Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Grant Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Hodges, Hop to be held at the school areas where they do not Hand was elected George Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. Sunday dinner guests of their
I from Leesburg- visited Mr. Sr. in Brooker where they had Friday evening beginning at 7. 11 interfere with other Sunday evening Nov.secretary.27th, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hodges parents, Mr. and Mrs.
land Mrs. Sylvester Smith another feast! This is a project sponsored by recreational activities such as the church held their annual and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Norman. _
I recently. Among Thanksgiving the Hampton ElementaryPTA swimming, boating or ski- Charge Conference under the Archie Crews and family, Mr. Mrs. Pierce ,Crews'spent
I Mr. and Mrs. William dinner guests at the Francis and should be very en- ing," Buntz said. "And all are guidance, of District Super- and Mrs. Jerry Glance and Thanksgiving with her ..
( Schaub from Crescent City Meng home were: Mr. and joyable. Admission is 25 cents clearly marked by Coast intendent, Dr. Durward children of Palatka, Mr. and brother-in-law sister, Mr.
I had Thanksgiving dinner with Mrs. David Meng and drag and 50 cents stag with Guard approved buoys with McDonnell, of Gainesville. Mrs. Sinclair Crews and and Mrs. Waldo Pringle of
I Mr. and Mrs. Wilfrid Fon daughter, Tina; Mr. and Mrs. refreshments furnished. The In Korea, headache were the Commission seal on them HIGHLAND BAPTIST family, and their mother, Worthington Springs.
taine. Eugene Meng Mrs. Rita students also plan a Gay 'SOs supposed to be cured with for identification." Sunday School 10 a.m.: Mrs. Annie Mae Crews; were Mr.\ and Mrs. W.F. Atwood
Fancher and Mr. and chrysanthemum roots. Hurricane Bear and Karick and 'son Edwin! 'attended a
Mrs. Evelyn Vaughan was Mrs. Day on Friday, so will come Worship Services 11a.m.and Thanksgiving dinner guests of
accompanied by her Russell Gilbert and daughter, attired in interesting ............................ lakes in northwest Florida 6 p.m.. Prayer Meeting her son-in-law and daughter, birthday party at the home of
daughter, Mrs. Evelyn Karen. costumes. have already received at- Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Padgett. their son-in-law and daughter.

Powell, to spend Thanks Todd Parker who Is a -=:J.; ..-==1 tractors in the program. LAURA BAPTIST: Sunday Other guests were their son- Mr. and Mrs. Mike Clance at
giving day with her grand CONGRATULATIONSMrs. second grader celebrated his Buntz said 30 attractors will School 10 a.m.. Worship in-law and daughter( Mr. and Keystone Heights on Friday
November. be placed each year under the Services 11 and Mrs.Jerry Fishburn, their son night. The partywas for Mr.
daughter and grandson Mr. 7th birthday on In Germany, a light that goes a.m. 7:30:
Evelyn Bauldree again program. Wednesday and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Clance. .
Blonnie Derkman and her out by itself is a death omen. p.m. Prayer meeting -
at 7:30: p.m. Mrs. Ben Padgett and Thanksgiving dinner guestsof
-ITOCTHSIDE BAPTIST: children. In the afternoon Mr. Col. and Mrs. William
Sunday School 10 a.m. and Mrs. Archie Crews and Wilson and sons Bill and Ray,
L.. EtaGLE 1 UIII I Worship Services 11 a.m. and family, and Mr. and Mrs. were David Ossario, Jill and

7 p.m.. Prayer Meeting Sinclair Crews and children, CathMatson, Billy
NOW orou Wednesday at 7 p.m. visited Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hamilton Windie Smyth and -
ova UOMV TOTS ST. JOHN'S MISSIONARY Hodges and family. Mrs. Mabel Boyette of a

M MKOUNT rttCQt BAPTIST: Sunday School 10 Mrs. Ronnie Mosley and Jacksonville.Mrs. .
a.m., Worship Services 11 a.m daughter. Tammy of Max- Pierce Crews spent a
and 3 p.m. on Second and ville were Thanksgiving few days with her nephew and
Fourth Sundays, Prayer Band dinner of her niece Mr. and Mrs. W.F.
guests parents,
Monday at noon. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunice. Atwood after returning from
Super PricesrFriday SMYRNA MISSIONARY Mr. and Mrs. WooF Moore St.Jacksonville.Vincents hospital in .I

BAPTIST: Sunday School 10 Jr., and Jason of Hendersonville Mr. and Mrs. Harold
a.m.. Worship Services 11
N.C. came to visit their lIardin of Cincinnati Ohio
a.m. and 7 p.m., BTS 5:45: parents on Tuesday. Mr. and were Saturday overnight
p.m., Prayer Meeting Wed- Mrs. W.F. Moore Sr. All of guests of their brother and

and Saturday Savings up to 50% .(t!;). ti tiSAVE .. nesday at 7 p.m.PERSONALS. them giving Reunion Day.attended at Ocala the on Thanks-Boyer sister-in-law.Manuel Mr. and Stephens.Mrs.Mr W.F.and Atwood Mrs.

Mr. and Mrs. Truman Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Wyke, and son. Edwin went to
11% Norman and mother, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Berry. Savannah, Ga., on Saturdayand
r dt1 Carl Prevatt were Wed Mrs. Jennie Ellis and sons of enjoyed sightseeing tour
1 No-IRON DREEU PORT '. nesday overnight guests of Laurinburg, N.C. Mrs. Shirley of the city. .
HIRTS FOB MEN Mrs. Jack Harvey and Miss Vogler and daughters of New Mr.\ and Mrs.\ Ed Schwartzand
Alene Brown of Orlando. Her Smyrna Beach were Thanksgiving Lorrie Ann of Sarasota ,;, -
r 2.96 sisters Mrs.. Gara Dorman holiday guests of their were guests of Mr. and Mrs. 1"";,
and Mrs. Ernest Peavy, of parents. Mr. and Mrs. Doc James Waters Wednesday lo
Ocoee and Mrs. Pat Walker Mosley. Sunday. While h relrs.: .
r.Ip..MNeott.e brad May t and son also of Orlando, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Waters and Mrs. Schwartz
I, MM s d.y.plied.l fWC W..Uq. Sao I gathered at the home of Miss Prescott. Mr. and Mrs. with Mr. and
..4 Mal Hi n. InpamrM spent Saturday
iqw Prescott and
4 iiBdi. MMa oP.'tZ Brown for a family get Vaughan familyof Mrs. Michael\ Waters and
M XL.B T MMnl 4 MM4MINS ,. together for Thanksgiving Kingsley Lake, Mr.\ and family of Middleburg\
Mrs. Carl Norman and
Mr.\ and !Mrs. John H.
I Miss Elizabeth Terry and Mrs. Darlene Norman
X Morris Jr., are the proud
;1 Monday to Wednesday with and sons, were Thanksgiving
III illll f;} parents of a daughter Jan
N her sister, Mrs. J.P. Wyrick. dinner guests of their parents, born llth.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Nor-
a of Tallahassee. Another Grandparents are Mr.\ and
GOL./TENNIS. sister, Mrs. C.E. Strickland man.Mrs. Mrs. John II.Iorris.: Sr., of
Ann Landrum and
: SWEATERS! of Gainesville, arrived Puerta Rico and Sir and
Wednesday at noon. All of children of Gainesville, were
t /vH L+ f : PMince.5.88 them spent Wednesday to Saturday dinner guests of her Mrs. Hubert Priest of Lawtey.
Mrs. Priest two weeks
Ooc'vI I Friday with Mrs. Wyrick's grandmother Mrs. Carl spent
1 nay ? 100 H ecryI1a, whli. situ iwoyMUJU., son-in-law and Mr.\ Prevatt, and Uncle and Aunt, with them Nov. 12th to :24th.!
r I 101ip -A.e1ripllOS. and Mrs. Charles Carter and Mr. and Mrs. Truman Nor-

7p L their son and daughter-in-law. man.Michele Mrs. Joyce Futch of
_k Mr. and Mrs. Larry Carter Lee of Jacksonville Blackshear, Ga..,,, was a
A VE 1.00 I .). ,. I IZ and family at Alligator Point. spent Thanksgiving weekend Saturday dinner guest of her
: .. Mrs.\ Joyce Futch, another with her grandparents Mr. sister. Miss Elizabeth Terry.
LCATMCR-UKI! ,'\- sister, of Blackshear, Ga., and Mrs. Gene Pearson. Her son and daughter-in-law.
MOWN VINYL JACKET i VAlue PLUSI. VALUE! PLU.I8IQ arrived on Thursday and was Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Futch.:
A an overnight of the Starling and David
YAMK PREWASHEDDUNGAREES COMHMtOY JEANS' BY guests were and children of Black
FOR MEN! A FAMOUS MAKER. family. Mrs. Futch and Miss Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mountain N.C. visited with
9.88.wu Terry returned to Lawtey and their parents Mr.\ and Mrs. them Saturday afternoon.
Mrs.\ Wyrick and Mrs. Vernon Starling.
IUW VALUJ'PUJSr 9.83 7.94 VALUE PLUSI Strickland returned to Cecil Whitehead. of

aaeVs a PVC ...... a ..... ... .1 NO-IRON PAJAMAS Tallahassee on Friday. Kingsley Lake, visited Mrs. Lawley School News
we -. vsII.e4frM ...... Keefe llarrell. Misses Carl Prevatt. and Mr. and Mrs. Ripplinger's seventh
.. M ... blw MMi ...........
glui.d PNr a LN- =5.96 Esther Mason and Mary Cook, class
.ea.ad =.6.88 .1- seet.sst aiNM L. s.r..q w/_ r... Mrs. Truman Norman grade went to
Ml T- .. .. cL = ",.Bare.asays..as.asT Mrs. Catherine Johnson and Saturday morning.Mr. Jacksonville on Monday, Nov.
M.w.,..ie.'s"dmuse a,MLI'lttaJEE Ns_ hi O.s I7_.....ssLee.e iis" cookM*. .In nwn1* : LtffM*$.!MM'#* ._a toffBprifltf AAC*.)99tltti Clarence McLeod of Jacksonville and Mrs. Joe Harley 21, to visit the Florida Times-
WI-.IS'S.Mj.XL.a says k SMJXL.EWIIATSMRT and Mrs. Helen and family. Mr. and Mrs. Union-Journal office. They

Nasworthy. of Whitehouse Lester Page and family, Mr. have been learning about the
% ) attended the funeral of RobertA. and Mrs. Steve Cox and newspaper in a unit sponsored'
<* Blanchard on Tuesday. children. Mr. and Mrs.\ by the Times-Unionfor the
Ralph and Howard Charles Norman and baby past 4 weeks. A picnic lunch
) Stephens of Richmond, Ky. were Thanksgiving dinner was enjoyed in a Riverside
spent Wednesday and guests of their mother Mrs. park before visiting the
1 Thursday with their brother Myra Rafuse. newspaper office. Special
a ''ISA and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs. Wordie Melton, and thanks go to Coach Patersonfor
Mrs. Manuel Stephens. son, William Harris, of Ocoee. driving the bus and the
", Mr. and Mrs. Danny Luke, were Wednesday to Monday following parents who
.. of Heilbronn Springs were of her in law and Mrs. Crews
:: V guests son- chaperoned:
ruTII119AL _VI'S. overnight guests of their daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs Howard, Mrs.Stroud andMrs.
UNMRWIAN UNDEPWIAlI" Boys' NO-IRDN...,. MATNE .JACKET MEN'S Dt4E.. GLOVES parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lonnie Teston.Mr. Tomasovitch. .

I WAS UPTOJrfT 4 00 =- 2.66 3.44 :::- 2.96 ;::: 7.88 :144 Whaley and family of Tampa. and Mrs. Tommy Talley Students at ,Lawtey
Miss Lynn Wha ley was a guestof and son, Mrs. Jason Milliard. Elementary enjoyed aby
r.ii.I.NsIM. FabYM 5..aNb..W.d kd1 sMdrw clrse.rw..Sr.lSss r LsIbr I'Ve, ePdlst ...... ...... aa her parents Wednesday to Ronnie Milliard and his Thanksgiving play put on .
Silt Ids IsMMMNa' > I,M. .... S N XL. _L-.-..K ...................IIIL. S..M=.:asel --..... Friday. Her mother Mrs. Tom friend. Miss Penny Brooker, Miss Cuttino-s fifth f,' grade

Whaley and daughter Janna and J. Hilliard and son, of class.. Mrs. Drivas assisted
returned home with her. Jacksonville, were Thanksgiving the students In preparing for
; Mr. and Mrs. Tommy dinner guests of Mrs. the play. < '
z" Clayton and Tom of Jackson John Tye. Sr., and Mr. and Students who need remedial

ville, Mr.and Mrs. H.C. Crews Mrs. John Tye, Jr., and work in the 4. S, 6.1} and 7
/ and daughter of Clearwaterand family.Mr. grades will be able to work
4 a ( and and Mrs. David Kelly;
Mr. Mrs. Bill with a teacher in a:! small
f Woodard and children of Donnie Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. group situation very soon. An
j Largo were Thanksgiving J.D. Kelly, Robert Kelly, Mr. additional teacher has been
holiday guests of their and Mrs. Robby Kelly, and approved to the staff with the :
mother, Mrs. C.R. Crews.W Mr. and Mrs. Mark Kelly, and
SAVE 1.80MEN'S SAVE 1,% SVE % VALUI PLUV Isoy. responsibility of working with
lAys kHOPIACK son and Mrs; Angela
e are happy to report that
JOOGIRIsaw TIME students from the 4, S,
CASUALS VMYl SPORT/DUTY OXFORDS TIE SOPS'NOVELTY BOYS' CASUAL JOANS Mrs. Leo Dyal returned home Cullimore and sons Martin 6, and 7 grade class present.rooms.

gar- 3.44r I: =5.88 .l::! 3.44 2* 1 1.96 =4.94 County Wednesday Hospital.Thanksgiving from. Bradford and and and Mr.Mrs.Kelly and Susie, Mrs.of Jacksonville Williams E.B. Rowe. of,, position Applications are for now the being teaching ac.

w sew ... _I ...... wee. ..Irs w/.I, by. SsSd.ar,.sd*s.eL bd.d A..rd Ise a Ltarlw.ma dinner guests 1\\
a w..Ialdrwn -. _.............,..* --M. w.wls.'I6NT pees b. .M.'9.1Y' Si.wsaP.ayr..e.Sisal. bn.....sqL.Ss.b.q 4KF' of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Camp Chiefland wee Thanksgivingguests
were their sister Mrs. Dorothy of Mr. and Mrs. George I
Fedak of Starke their son-in- Kelly and Tracy. cepted.iW :
law Kendal Mobley of Fort Mr. and Mrs. Earl Troxell ,
their or'other' In- Thanksgiving week with -
Knox. Ky., spent '
law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. their son-in-law and daughter iW3i.: .
W91ts Gene Pearson, their grand- Mr. and Mrs. Craig Carroll, of ,
daughter Michele Lee ofJacksonvilleand Deerfleld Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Barry Wattswlmt ..IO its IQh4 -
Don Lee. to St. Augustine and r.
I COMD8e _ADM 1P1E.L.ON Mr. and Mrs.. James picked up their mother, Mr*. ..= \, / r-
;" "
Bowman were Thanksgivingdinner Bessie Watts on Wednesdayand ,
=:' 4.88 guests -of their brother she was their overnight
IBAVU .: LNIF YAIscciw sndslster.In-lawMr. and Mrs. guest and they took her back
... T0-
| .. WOM K S Rea Cutwater, and their Thursday evening. Other ,

UP 13.94 pc.sairs.wrta 3.S8 3.961 = 255 3:06: parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rea Thanksgiving dinner guests .
3.44 BOVtr/YOUTMr' Outwater of Doctors Inlet, and were Mr. and Mrs- B.F.McCulley 4tC11NC- *o./alaii C41
..... ... .... MMXa __ P of their mother and Mr. Ernest
.e.a.aLMae'b .. 7-tt > Plr.e rS, eeisbd OS SeS NAS.Non b M iaUA..P A supper guests { to** A Lotus WAV .","
Is.A IISMr Ilaaai. ..- P.S..L.,si.ww.11A srww.A..L stag sAbA. Sills. r .tb+s.Sbl F'.f-M. Mrs. .R.W. Bowman. of Grider, of Starke: -rI. Mep's A... p.1Y\. ,M. .
___ Jacksonville.Mr. Mr. and Mr*. Allen Brown MtMVfP/ ", P06_,t....,....A.7
i ONV t MOI 312< W. Ma.aosifree.set and Mrs. Ken Martin and Denise and Lisa Durban OTXtlT WTIe, + root AMIWAL, ,.taew0 MM"dPUM sLMlK>*SS$ r

I i I i M I > I I > Starhe. Ala.a gf. Glasses For '1.8".. Lay-*-Way Purchase and family. Mr. and Mrs. of Jacksonville were Thanksgiving AMPputKrtv' la TIN IYIMv,.,
Clifford Martin and family dinner guests of their


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HageBA TELEGRAPII Dec. I. 1977

Union High Faces Taylor High "

,-.fan,,.,4"++'3,. I 01Y ( IU (

In Playoff Game In L. ButlerTaylor ,

,. Cage Season Opens
High of Pierson 8-3 Hiss, who was an offensive Left guard Kelly Griffis Pringle quarterback Boyzie
will present a balanced of guard at the University of sustained a back injury in the Perry and running backs
fense and a defense with a lot Florida back in the early 60's first period against Jax Wilco Warren and Steve t rri
of muscle in the front seven (the Steve Spurrier era), has Victory Christian and is Sirmones.
when the Wildcats come to the Wildcats in the playoffs. questionable to start this Defense: ends Kevin Griffis Here[ Friday Night
Lake Butler at 8 p.m. Coach Thomas Says: week Coach Thomas says and Randy Dukes, tackles '
tomorrow (Friday Dec. 2) to "I think our defense is goingtohavetoplaysometootball Starter for UHS tomorrow Leon Alexander and Sidney
take on the 10-1 Union High ;' night will be: Jenkins middle guard Calvin "Big things come In small when Adkinson thinks the
Tigers in the second step of says UHS Head Coach Jimmy Offense: split end Bill Brown linebackers Michael 'kx packages" seemed to be the team can take advantage of'
the Class 2A state high school Thomas. Woodington, LT Stanley Dukes and Wayne Clemons, ', message of Bradford High it's quickness. Adkinson said
football playoffs. It will be up to the defense Osteen, LG Randy Dukes or cornerbacks Willis Jackson Coach Warney Adkinson as he he hoped to have a lot of
The Wildcats offense is again, Thomas says and the Sidney Jenkins, center Joey and Moke Rhoden or .rr talked about the Tornado's trapping with the zone
powerful and quick Senior offense must also come Norman RG Wayne Sapp, RT Raymond Webb strong safety irnwnrrl.).,,rn/IMMY/ N 1977-78 basketball season defense.
quarterback Timmy Taylor through and put some pointson Tony Roberts tight end John Steve Sirmones, and safety Monday Nov. 21. "Height will be the only
6-5, has passed for over 1,000 the board Pritchett flanker Leandrew Boyzie Perry.Kitchen's First game is scheduled problem with this year's
yards with a 55 percent Carlos Rowe With His 3rd Kill tomorrow night (Friday Dec. team," according to Adkinson
completion rate. Runningback 2)) at the Bradford High Gym. "We must depend on our
Sam McIver, 5-11 195, Tile To Corky Rowe has fired three shots and has three deer to show The junior varsity game will quickness."
has rushed for over 1,000 CompeteIn he wasn't just popping at squirrels.The begin at 6:30: p.m. and the
yards through 11 games nine pointer above is the latest trophy. Rowe bagged this Varsity game at 8 p.m. Ken Hampton;winner of the
averaging close to 100 yards one Nov. 19 at Raiford with a muzzle loader using[ black powder, Starting on this year's team Assist Trophy last year,
per game Mclver is a strong His first kill came the second day of hunting season, a six will be 6'6" David Walker, averaged 6 assists per gamer-:
powerful runner. District TournamentThis pointer; the second came two days later Nov. 15, both in Freddie Aldridge and Ken Hampton also--averaged 46
Running from the strong.I, Flag Blanding Both Blanding deer were shot with a.308 caliber rifle Hampton. The three will rebounds per game and 13.4
Taylor does "a little bit of on the still hunting side. return this year from a 12-14 points a game.
everything" according to Rowe, a lineman with Clay Electric lives in Keystone campaign last year. Letterman David walker averaged 10.2
Coach David Hiss The Saturday, Dec. 3, at Kitchens Tile, 10-1 this Former Tornadoes are Heights. His wife. Celeste describes her husband as "a real Roland Cummings, rebounds per game while only
Wildcat offensive line 6:30: p.m Kitchens Tile will season won the championship Charlie Green, Emmett hunter. Rowe has many tophies won at skeet shooting. Chris King, and JV player Ben averaging 6 points per game.
and face the top flag football for Men's Flag League last Bright. Bill Belote, Jimmy three choicesto Freddie Aldridge averagedthe
averages 175-185 pounds Rowe's father-in-law Smith DeVoe, has hunted with his san Ross will be the
blocks well for the primarily teams from Gainesville, week when they played Alvarez Wayne Teston, Gene in-law most of the time, but DeVoe has yet to shoot at a deer, fill the other two spots. largest amount of points
running ball club But the Macclenny and Lake City in Badcock Furniture. Melvin, Tommy Reddish, DeVoe stayed on a tree stand all morning Nov 13. He got off at "We have some potential, for the season with a big 14.3
balanced Wildcat offense an effort to gain a position at There are now 16 men Dwight Elder Dale Haas and lunch and Rowe went to that stand in the afternoon and killed quickness experience, depth sine. Aldridgealso
makes both the run and pass a the state championship in Ft. playing for the Kitchens Tile Jimmy Prevail. his first deer.Cowboy. and a lot of effort;' Adkinson average 6 rebounds per
bigger threat, Coach Hiss Pierce. team, 10 of which played football said. "We will rely heavily on game.
Steve Thomas said Kitchens at BUS; two played for Also on the team are Bobby
the development of David Second for the
says from cagersis
The Wildcat defense is big Tile will play Lake City at 6:30: Keystone Heights and Lake Grayson Heights formerly and Dennis Midgets To Play Saturday Walker and Ben PORS and our next Tuesday, Dec. 6. at
with a lot of beef up front, but p.m. while Gainesville plays City, and four have no past Keystone Crawford an ex-Columbia overall team quickness.! ." Bishop Kenny Jacksonville.
has some quickness. The football experience. The Starke Cowboy Midget The Cowboys lost 13-12 to Bradford's 1-3-1 offense is On Thursday Dec. 8, the boys
Wildcats use both a four and the team from Macclenny Randall McGee Johnny County High Team will travel to Middle- the Stingers earlier in the spearheaded by 5'6" point play at home against Ocala
six man line shifting to Winners of the two games will Powell Buddy Paterson and Last year Kitchens finished burg for a 3 p.m. game season. guard Ken Hampton and 5'10" Forest. After a week's layoff
confuse the offensive then try their luck against Steve Thomas are the four second in the district to Saturday Dec. 3. in the "Even though we've been wing man Freddie Aldridge. the cagers travel Friday Dec.
blocking each other. Winners of the players with no football in Florida Fire of Gainesville. Second Annual Middleburg out of training for a week we'll The Tornadoes will be 16, Green Cove, then return
Wildcat defensive tackles second game,which will begin school but are now trying to This year they plan to go all Classic against the Middle- still be there fighting to win," shifting from their 1-2-1 zone home Saturday Dec. 17, to
weigh 220 and 230, the about 9 p.m., will gain the make a name for themselvesin the way. burg Stingers said Coach Ronnie Tomlinson. to a man-to-man formation meet Buchholz.
defensive ends 210 and 220. district title. flag football history.

Taylor also has two good .
linebackers in Greg Seymour
number 55, 6-0 and 205 and in
sophomore Troy McWilliams FOOD I
195. Seymour is strong y
5-11. } e I
has good speed and good 1 ,I
reactions. McWilliams has
about the same potential, says w '
Union Coach Jimmy Thomas FAIR 1 ,
who is particularly impressedwith
Seymour eeelri
Taylor is currently riding a .
six game winning streak andis \
8-3 this season. The Wild / EveryDayLowPrice z0 i Super Discount 981 ,
cats beat Hastings 39-0 in the 2 1 1N GIFT IDEA!
season opener, lost the next PANTRY PRIDE -- s i
two to UmaUlla 2413 and .w .li i ii

Tavares 20-12, beat Flagler- $ ;, 9oz :
Palm Coast 6-0, lost to Father WHIPOPPING PLASTIC '
Lopez of St. Augustine 19-6 FROZEN AIM .
and has since won six straight,
beating Groveland 17-15, l ywr
Jacksonville Episcopal 18-7, tM1lylr T MERCHANDISE AT h -
Wymore Tech 3T-0, Crescent TOOTHPASTE iioneswTRrrRloe 1 ur i
City 34-2, Baldwin 38-0 and OlVf CCHTIPtCATIt TOI ,,,,. r r/rl/rN I/E L .
Chiefland 22-21 m f NDS IM LOVII .. g'i
nltATIVIt FOft
The Chiefland win in the LWhlppoE Tooanq HOLIDAY IMtMDAVI
playoffs came in the final 2:31: after the lead changed hands 1' /loon a..n.wn 4 ." -,
four times. ... TUBE r rwM r w nor -_
POM 1MCI4L OftDlftt loan HtM) hM
Down 21-14 with 2:31 left in ,
the game, Mclver returned a
Chiefland kickoff to the
Chiefland 40. It took the 83 PILLSBURY
Wildcats just four plays to ; c > LESUEUR

bring themselves within a 0) / '
point at 2120. b>yy5BEST
QB Taylor passed 13 yardsto I e FLOUR PEAS

Steve Sheats. McIver, a xxxxS .
thorn in Chiefland's side all "'''" PLAIN OR SELF-RISING SAVE 50017oz
night, rambled to the ]Indian 35
three, and Taylor rolled left SAVE 26C
into the endzone with only 1 01 Starke Recreation 2 =
: Department women's singles tennis
showing on the clock. league winner Kandy Costello left) and league runner-up fdnsidilf 5 LBBAG 49 e '= 3/l

The Wildcats disdained a Loretta Ross show off their trophies. : CANS

sure overtime tie and got a '
win w hen Carlton Pugh took a Kandy Costello IsWomen's
quick pitch from QB Taylor
and for the cv Bargains Grocery ..,,. "
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decisive two-point conversion. AH Purport ........
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completed 8 of 13 passes for Ent -lrwwiw (
107 yards, although he had Costello finished the The leagues was sponsored w 19 Elbow Macaroni 11- 29 Nestle Hot Cocoa Mix 99 10'
three intercepted. The womens singles tennis league by the Starke Recreation cr.wrvD.rlwrlrka. ,,y m n MIII win mm 79'
M ttttt*Mill 1vLAA tiwe w Fabric Softener 20'
Wildcats, rushed for 123 yards, with 10 wins against only one Department, which furnished White Potatoes 4/M/ 1 ..B. Rwlw n.._,..
Pugh leading the attack with defeat as she took the league trophies to the first and 82 yards. title second place finishers. ..srRAr Soft Drinks wl I wusll 4/ IB' ++ e/
Taylor High is in the small Loretta Ross was the league It HI fUMItt CIMMflt. ?wwm
town of Pierson located 20 runner-up with a 8-3 record < BAR B QuESAUCE Pantry Pride Saltines 2/89/ i9> c/irr/
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miles north of Deland on SKIT Other members of the league R- .v-,, j "' 69
draws from with 7- Grape Jam or Jelly 3o
Taylor High were Phillis Muggins a ..
.... 3/$1 aim Aril rr C UIMI
the small surrounding towns -I I record, Ella Cooney and I'L1w..L.1.4 Fyne Taste Corn 4/l/ 1 IB- '
ol Barberville Seville, Emporia Margie Pratt with 5-6 records Hanging by his feet 40 feet ?/lw IIIr 1 rnl
and DeLeon Springs and Shirley DeWitt with a 0-11 above the ground Harry Packer Label Mushrooms 2/89 17'
record. Houdini was able to free him ivJIw1 : II/Y HMIl NMII MMItf*M| ,
Pierson is a baseball town. self from a straitjacket! ....mw Instant:Dry Milk *249 ioHe'avy"6uty < I RlCOFFEE
They didn t play 1man\ KOSHEIIDILLS'
51 159t
football at Taylor High until i tt Detergent !a'
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1976 from an assistant Iuhuro Handi Sponge 4/'l/ SB* 119
coaching spot in Deland High. ; Take some advice from two 7. soul .04>
In 1976 Taylor was rebuilding 220& JAR

had went 4-6 This year Coach :'2i woodcutting experts yc re,YwnawllD Q iws :! 1.cIIryL.......(it IMryDoyL__ r..D.lowPu.. (MyD.yLow ICI ti s.. D......... lu .. Dlu.un'

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Coach Bob Hancock is dwvarrLwMw GY.N' v4 1
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it by for the first o ''. rRIDE. .
playing ear .
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JV basketball game to be &i" PIESHELLS I : .

played Eastside, Friday at BUS night The against game .. TaliTitThen Bags 19 to COMPARE ':w::,: .w. COMPARE I{ w.: =r.rYw w Prin Id e'i Extra> Chips 87'' lAVE

will begin at 6:30: p m. in the :"rARrROilR 89C Wattle Syrup 19 rtr Nr nYIArlw IIRI ; PringTe's Potato Chips 87* lAVE
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cagers lack practice and that fJ 110 is the ideal! -,....rlwllrb. <;:J JLAVORIS mnn MM n t mi
is his major concern for the |
,% game Friday night Christmas gift. MOUTHWASH Orchard M Ptwi Hill ami CKMT Fruit Pies 4/l1/ 1 n' wlwD Suave Baby Shampoo M"mm >M \

ij Returning and from last"looking year'steam it Check these features: 310. '129IfL' PRIDECORN mm 11 mit Pies 2/M'/ 31'I I'Schick n Mil.IM Blades nor AN 39'' w\\ SWIFT

promising.." will be 6-2 highpoint a 1.8 cubic inch; engine a Lightweight. N
J Kevin Miller, point Just 9.6 pounds complete 10" bar 1..yDoryl..,.. __.e PLAYTEX M CHILI
r guard Fred Hollis and wing and chain Chain Brake with WHOLE KERNEL CHOPPEDBROCCOLI
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will be using a 1-3-1 offense n muffler shield CANS .''II (. .OUNTSAVF
and a 2-1-2 defense and a lot of w.MMM44.CMt .3/l
hustle. Special holiday price just .,,.. '149ITL .

;. Coach Hancock said he probably ii $8995 IY i -

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night but he feels the whole =- = RAZORKI'IS : MAXWUH.HOUCI ;:; MASSAGE AT A TIME AT A TIME
team has worked very hard. lob e 'i .. ,- '
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week and Is doubUul for the 1 I ONLy3 9 : COffflt I!. 59 $749 A $399
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Dec.I,1917 TELEGRAPH Page 9AParticipants

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; 27. Boys Compete In First Track Meet 4_ 4'' ;.;


( As Brooker Baptist Organizes RA Group t

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Pete Hodge and John Saturday morning at Brooker It will be a rematch of the Randy Harris Sanford 2) Duane Mott 3))
Sanford were top winners
Elementary School grounds. winners of the first meet Broad Pete .(
Saturday Nov. Jump 1)) Bobby Adams.
26, in the firstof
a series of track meets The Brooker Baptist Church among winners from the Hodge 2)) Randy Harris 3)) Broad Jump 1)) John
will have several meets of its Brooker Baptist Church.; Greg Phillips. Sanford
sponsored by the Brooker 2)) Duane Mott 3))
own then compete with their Winners in grades 6-12 in the Kevin Starling. k bl
Baptist Church as it organizesa
Royal Ambassadors associational! churches. first meet were: Winners in grades 1-5 were: Pete Hodge won two first R \
groupof Winners will go on to district Mile Run -1)) Greg Phillips iF i .
and second
people.Twentyseven. Sack Race 1)) Bobby a In the 6-12 grade I A n Yr.'fi
young youngsters, and state meets. 2)) Pete Hodge 3)) Handy Adams 2)) Duane Mott 3)) group. John Sanford had three
grades 1-12, participated in The second track meeting is Harris. Kevin Starling first places in the 1-5 grade I
set this Saturday morning, 100 Yard Dash 1)) Pete John
the first track meet held 50-Yard Dash 1)) group.
Dec. 3. from 9 a.m. until noon. Hodge 2) Greg Phillips 3)) Sanford 2)) Duane Molt 3)) Ribbons were presented r{, ,,,.,,.,N..firCr..gslw.r..iw.+.i..w
Kevin Starling. winners of the first three
Football Throw 1)) John places in each event. and workers of Brooker Baptist Church track meet Nov.26. I

1Lsk ti' e)anta,. e 28 Deer Killed In Camp BHS Wrestlers Open

g Blanding Over Thanksgivingsame I

65-6 Over
Twenty-eight deer were period last year. InterlachenThe
killed in the Camp Blanding Totals on other game killedso .
Wildlife Management Area far this season at Blanding "/ hllr its
Bradford Tornado fought way to victory with
during Thanksgiving week. include: 54 hogs, 841 gray 4 :.' wrestling team took the Inter- nine pins, one forfeit to 98
The season total on deer squirrels, 77 fox squirrels 48 this pounder Barry Simmon and
TEAL TILE & CARPET CO. r. lachen Rams to slaughter a
taken in Blandins now totals quail, 5 ducks, 7 rabbits, 32 !loss by Martin Hershy.
turkeys, and 1 dove. week as they defeated the
192, from 126 during the
HAVE YOUR Starke, Fla. up Rams 65-6 before assembly Troy Ely, 105 Ib. class; Linn
at Bradford High Monday Davis 112 Ib. class; Alan
CHILD'S I Mon Dec. 5th Hrs. 11.6 POULTRY MANURESPREAD afternoon. Montgomery, 119 Ib. class;
PLATFORM TENNIS-- Under the supervision of Martin Slocum, 126 lb. and

OR ON YOUR PROPERTY Hottest racket game around. Coach Joe Kielbasa the team AnthonyBright,132 Ib. class
DUMPED ON YOUR PROPERTY gained points for their team
PICKED UP BY YOU by pinning their opponents.
FAMILY'S PICTURE TAKEN WITH SANTA ------------ Pop Warner Cheerleaders I Also pinning their man was
Greathouae Spreader Service will be cleaning Mr. WIDiamCannon's Richard Milner 138 Ib class;
$14.95 value (lot Keystone Heights) chicken farm (layer, no David Baldwin, 157 Ib. class;
Utter] In the neat few week If yon .n Interested In purchasing Perform In Shrine BowlNine Henery Pete, 168 Ib. class;
2 5" x 7" & 10 Wallet-size Photos this material,please call us at. and Johnny Bell, 185 Ib. class.In .

Prepaid At The Time Photo Is Taken 904/475.1458 Or 1904/378-0870 .aytlm. the unlimited weight
Pop Warner cheer Gillingham, Laura Alvarez, class,. Senior Bobby Smith
NO LIMIT PER FAMILY. ONLY $6.95 GREATHOUSE SPREADER SERVICES leaders traveled to Orange Tara Marchant, Kathy won a superior decision to add
... Park Saturday, Nov. 26, to Morrow, and Rhonda Sapp. 12 points to Bradford's score.
Rout cheer for a team which came "The girls did a great job Kielbasa said he expected
Rio JUst
Mh-/1r/l. EaritftM. from Valley Forge New Yorkto and were warm with spirit experience to be in their favor
play in the Shrine Bowl. even though it was freezing but, "Everyone caught fire
Susie Alvarez Lisa Dukes, cold Saturday," said Pop and the match went from
Tammy Dempsey and Gail Warner Publicity Chairman there."
Tendon were some of the girls Jean Roznowski. He also said that this was a
Freshr Valley Naturally tender USD A
9j Choice FOOD I which led the cheers for the Loretta Marchant, the girls good opener for the team.
beef that
western has
h team. sponsor, attended the game Bradford's next match will
been especially selected tor tenderness Others cheering were Kathy with the girls. be at Buchholz on Dec. 9.
Pull Mature,CemFe4USDACMOICI beat never arid flavor. And every package is dated torfreshness.
'WNOaul ft Come to Pantry Pride lor

delicious find it anywhere Fresh Valley else! Beef You can't !"J R I Rec Department Now Registering 'I

Boys And Girls For Basketball I

Super Discount T Super Discount The Recreation Departmentis pm. Practice sessions will Players will be charged

FILM DEVELOPING now registering boys and begin Dec. 1 at the Old Ar- $2.25 for shirts which they will
The first will be be able to keep after the
k girls for basketball, says mory. game
U.S. NO. 1 MAINE RMEBTYLEOR Recreation Director Cheryl played on Dec. 8. Modified season is over. The fee shouldbe

prices and Godwin. basket, 8 feet high, are used paid upon registration.
SANDWICH only e Registeration will be open for 7-12 year olds. Participants must wear
WHITEPOTATOES through December 6. The For boys 13-15 years of age, tennis shoes to the games and
n.w__serviceJJ Recreation Department will games will be played on practice in order to play.

EAD01ns 'fJ COLOR offer programs For 7-9 year old Mondays and Wednesdaysfrom Insurance Is required. Games
I old approximately 5 will not be scheduled during
.' : : boys and 7.10 year girls on p.m.
.=.:t::_.;,_;...,::.-.M r. .OilH. ...YY..rYcl.... OF. PHOTO. fMIVHIr ... ,ta Mondays and Wednesdayswith until 6:15: p.m. Miss Godwin the holiday season (December
/ .u 10 "' MI/lr. I. I?cp0.MMn INN said if there is Interest .
/I M -.? 't'-' the first game beginningat enough 19-30 and January 1-2))
I HdM.
:i ,."c,..."'............-,. 3:30: p.m. A second game If you have any questions,
N.,.. ."..".- ."."L. ,I .. OFF will start at 4:15: p.m. Practice games may be set up please contact the Recreatior
(1 O4 ......._-.. ,tjl ,*1P ,.,... sessions will begin November for Fridays also. Department, phone 964-6792
t ? r J I ..KSCSfleW-:: ", : J\," f W_T] H AMISIt..MMM MtMMIM tTOHtMentiiacM ._..." I an in.the Old Armory. Gamesare -- .....L.- ..._. .. ..... .
ALB : ** cttstwts) "" T '
4 BAG J16oz |L ;:ii-5i: :: ..1,5.I: ..... O IH i.-| PMC MC:.IBff- _..-Ti.*tf'nnnns >%.l'. December scheduled 7. to begin Bradford Bassmaster Lines .

-....; The Recreation Departmentwill
-''''''.'''''_'!'''_ .: also offer a program for Bradford Bassmasters held him much luck, as he seems to
;; r
.!- .-... o-:; .") frestM aJtco1 = ,..: ... .. ,- FRESH boys Games ages for 1012.the 10-12 age their monthly) tournament Dale.have his share. Good luck
i1 t. ;; "' Nov. 19 on the St. Johns River.
.. ": GRADE 'A will be played on Boats launched at !ournamentwill
were December
"' 'l The
'i: .....:; ,tf{ ?.#:. SAVE 50C 'iiii DOZEN Tuesday at 3:30: p.m. and 4:15: Dunns Creek 7 a.m. sharp. be held at Dunnellon in

." toft''f Fishing was slow the the backwaters, Dec. 3.
.: ;/'I/' ONELESS Hampton Christian weather change had a bearingon Boats will be launched at
the activity. the city dock 7 a.m. and returnat
School To Host 5 p.m. for the weigh-in.
SHOULDER 99.1LARGE 53c W.T. Smith and Pat Welch Bradford Bassmasters have

Playoff Games say they tried every method, had very good luck fishing
except dynamite.At these waters The stumps are
ROAST 6 pm. all Bassmasters bad. you really have to be on
Hampton Christian returned to Dunns Creek Fish your toes. Ask Don Brown and

AU ,....aw..Kit" tOOO THUNI. a,, TMU.... MC 1?. -."" .,..... ......... Academy will host FACE Camp for the weigh-in not Don Thompson, they both hit
Bargains in Meat DELI DEPARTMENT SUPER DISCOUNT (Florida Acedimic Christian much was being said as each the immovable object.It .
DEPARTMENTCOMPARE COMPARE! ":f.tF: : :" Education) All Star games In Bassmaster loaded his boat.
DAIRY DEPARTMENT *M am MM.MMI 89* BONELESS flag football for boys and That old mean St. John's is the time of year when
"ST sa Hormel Salami 10' volleyball for girls this River had put them down once those bass move to deep
COMPARE! .ii1: =1e .. HAM
; tot CVHMMWOimNaiMM acf Mp mUUMailiw A DINNER Saturday starting at 6 p.m. more. water. Shiner fishing is
..... 39C '
'- Deans Assorted t Dips "> Sliced Pepperoni '"_"'II 69lykes"Grill 10' After the weigh-in found
49'NM n1 3 To we popular now through
Com Oil Mar arine
5199 Paul Meng said that three Dale Shiver to be the winner.
.. Lb February. The deep diving
Cheese59 5
fM ami lanm-m wum* CreameiTcottage > Franks 99'IfN 10'
Cheese Slices *" 20' a'r boys and two girls were Dale also landed the largest( lures like Big-O, Countdown
,,.,_..l...-.. IM Parmesan UK mm mmmtt Cheese mtnt c 4SQ! 10' Y I Variety Nat'I Mil Pack Mil MMI Mini f M49iht 20' chosen from each of the 12 bass.Would you believe this is Rappala Bomber Bait and
Cheddar Cheese $2" /0 Iran, as narye...t..rltl.. Q!;) schools in the North Florida Dale's first tournament as a the old favorite.the 6-7 inchworm
l ra tit**Ma'ti Schoolsto
Sour Cream 59 '10 Y Smokie Links Tifsf 20't LillY Division of Christian club member, sounds like he all of these will work in
tan participate in the respective might be trouble.
LIvi GREEN the
Super Discount 30' t Fyne;; Spread Oleo Otrs.f JT'r <1))' Super Discount 2O m i SsnFranks bo 21' BEANS games against the Dwayne Alday placed

ASSORTED K.T. MEAT,DEPARTMENT .':?, LOTS OFCHICKEN S Sunnyland; d Sausage 99 A/lit 20' ar a: -muw"89e Southern Meng.Division.Joe David. Pearsall, due second for now this,Dwayne he is a is hard over Jig fishing is a good method
if bass'crappie
ICED QUARTER you are patient. Many
i 0781 tin*MIT Htf and Jay Smith are the three fisherman.On .
Freshly 21
Pork LoinCHOPS ...,,,,,,"U Ground_."Beef Hygrade Franks $1SFLOdlOA 10' boys chosen to play in the this time, bream of are using landed
Cubed Chuck Steak il"IP, 21' SEAFOOD DEPARTMENTMatlawTs game of flag football. behalf of the club I would Every .fisherman year has jigs
.. ............. Ann Wise and Darlene like to these two his
/ail MUT nit asa s M mnBnls. 1 UO OUARTIRS WITH BACKS : ; $ -15 1 Q!;) Mary congratulate own method.
Stewing Beef 21' 3 (RCAST QUARTERS WITH SUCKS Stuffed Clams 1',? *> .5I., "PRIMNIM Lott will be in the volleyball fine fishermen.I .
.... .
i;NECKS 3 GISLIT PKCS I. would also like to welcome
Iea.1a.111 Mnamra VIENNASAUSAGE playoffs
Shoulder Steak sill, 41' Ocean. Perch Fillets T' 1a Helping to cheer for both Dale Shiver as a new member. Bass Wishes,

a HIM*iun a,in af* '. "! ID' OH GEORGIA rum Fried MM Fish i taut Sticks 'I69. 30' teams will be Joy Williams. I don't think we need to wish Neil Crawford

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Criminal Intake Now Operating Full- Time HereAlthough a n1.s-' ...,,yr What's In A

Nome? A Lotll,tisl
the State's At higher case load In Bradford Investigator Wiley Clark
torney office for a six county County warranted a resident said it is his job to Investigatecases 4 : .
area including Bradford and satellite office, he added. from the State's At- Although there is only one>|
Union counties has had an in- torney's point of view and Mitchell Brown listed in thai
take office in Starke for five Elwell said if the satellite work with local Starke area telephone book!.
years it has only been since concept proves satisfactoryother officials enforcement / the Mitchell Brown of Lawtey
full time offices mightbe as a liaison between has found out there is another j
July 1, a full time resident has
them and
the -,'
been in the courthouse office. set up in adjoining coun- prosecution.More I one close by.Insurance .

ties. than a 9 to 5 job Clark !
Assistant States Attorney said he works also with Y 'v +r'I' ? ,, man Brown of] u,
Located on the second floorin prison YyN yis.
Tom Elwell investigatorWiley : inspectors at prison facilitiesin Lawtey has heard his-thetrj ri
.i the Bradford County courthouse
Clark $ name on radio and in newSM
and Bradford
secretary the State's Attorney'soffice County to
as the first murder ,
Pam Dyal' handle the large r. ';, does not handle civil prosecute cases that occur in papers x
case set for trial Dec. 14 in
workload of around /1,000 the prison. ]
isnxif matters or contract suites
Bradford County Circuit]
traffic cases. 600 misdemeanors .
\ The
criminal matters
and 300() felonies-& I 'I''w", ,,''J. only office takes all complaints Clark said prison cases are tit Court. Florida State Prison]
; inmate Mitchell I
f'jo.; sometimes the most difficultto Brown will be
; referred to them by the local r tried the of ,'
prosecute because of the N on charge stabbing (
"For this size county we ; authorities as the sheriff. to death '
and reluctance of inmates to a fellpw Inmate j ;j
Florida Patrol
probably have the largest1 Highway
testify against each other. Ronnie Gilmore in May 1978.}
number of capital offenses" city police. Elwell said most The name is the only resemblance -' ;,

said Elwell cases begin with the a com-local' An entire wall of Elwell'soffice k between the two'persons. ]
plamtant contacting -
is covered with a chartof ,
Bradford) County has the authorities before the State'sAttorney ;,. .
colored stick (
only resident office in the \ steps into a case. 1
six pins showing the progress of Circuit court judge Wayne ;
county area that includes jzg: Function of the office is each cases the State's Attorney's Carlisle will hear that case. ;..
Bradford, Union Baker t '.. investigating and determines office is involved in five other prison murders ana]
Gilchrist Levy and Alachua .' the appropriate from beginning to dispositionof the only murder outside the is

counties. charges file the case with the that case.Currently prison. Charley White; Is ]
charged with ,
shooting Bobby'
court arrange for the case to tt
the Starke office
The central office in Gaines- be set for trial prepare the Allen Jones near Hampton,] >
has nine
capital cases pending June 17 and stealing his carp; ;
ville and the district is headed case for trial and argue the
fov State Attorney Gene case said Elwell eight of which are White was returned to Bradford -'',] i!,
Whitworth.. ,J murder seven of which County June 29, from ; t;.i:
originated from a prison Atlanta Ga.. t
Elwell said a case involvinga facility.Four of the cases j
'We put our office in better ..- .- .::..r-.....__ juvenile can be referred to be brought to trial in a may one State's Attorney Investigator Wiley Clark and attorney Other cases set for trial:In "'}li ,
direct contract" with the his office by the Division of week period during the Richard Welty chat In the hallway of the Bradford County court- December include an assort !'
community.. said Elwell Secretary Pam Dyal and assistant State's Attorney Tom Youth Services if house.Clark works closely with to !! ".j
prosecutionis December trial period Elwell prison inspectors investigate ment of robberies, .. ;
about the opening of a full Kluell pause a moment before processing criminal cases offenses committed at these Institutions. forgeryJ\ ;I
necessary. said assault! and battery ;
I; time office in Starke. Also the referred.to that office by local law enforcement authorities. 44 i";.J11111111I1

I'' Recreation Area Sought By RaifordFour : :4

T IGpIiileuIP l lIlllilllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll
town council membersof purpose. Newly elected meeting for the town councilof :
Haiford have taken the first councilman Calvin Varneswas Raiford is Tuesday llllillllllllllillllllifll
step in what they hope will be the only council member December 6, at 7:30 p.m. in
a successful project of pur- absent at the special meeting the Town Hall.Members .
chasing county owned land The 4.5 acres of propertywas of the council FABRIC SHOPSfabric
within the town limits. legally advertised for sale have been working toward
Decision to submit the for the first time on November purchase of the property for
sealed bid for the Union 24, and was listed as the years, with the intention of ,
County property was made Raiford Community Center installing recreational 4J'Q
last Tuesday night when building situated on (Jj.9 facilities for the town ,
!Mayor J.D. Griffis called a property known a* ttfl>>* old residents.At the present time
special meeting for thatStarke.964.5451 school property. the town is applying for
A deadline for receiving federal grants that would x
bids in the county cirri i; s enable them to furnish the
office was set 'tIS 11 a.m. property with various recreational -
Tuesday December 6. facilities such as
3J Since the bid is a sealed bid tennis courts basketball
the amount the town has offered courts or the like. No official
for the property and action has been taken towards c
building will not be known building the recreational
until it and any other bids received attractions however as all
are opened by the decisions held
are being up
Fri Sat Sun county commissioners.Next until the actual purchase of

regularly scheduled the land and building.

Fire Season Is Here Says Forestry DeptThe .

dry crisp fall is here keep any fires from burningout
and so is Florida's dangerous of control.

I, wildfire season.Hemember. State law requires that *
before doing citizens obtain authorizationfrom
any burning in a wooded area their local Florida
i contact your local forest fire Division of Forestry, Department
control unit. They'll help you of Agriculture and
MORSE POWERS SILVERS Consumer services office be-

; TECHNICOLOR> o 3 Showers Bring fore attempting any silvi. .. .''' .
cultural agricultural or land- a % J
.PLUS. clearing burning. ,... 4Z J t
I Some Relief There are many factors to ',., .... ... '

iris MY NEW consider when planning these ;'. '''. '1.,.... .
of burning. '
WILDERNESSADVENTURE Light showers during the A forester will weigh all of "I "'".., "j,...",','', 'i
week brought some relief them and explain them to \.... ..>..
from Bradford County's dry ,. ,. .- .,
November, with an average of you.You may decide not to burn; ://L .....'". -- ..
1.7 inches of rainfall reportedby but if you decide to go ahead j .... ..' ** ,
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the county's three fire 1. w.
he offer
can technical advice. r '. ,
towers during the week, Be sure you are fully prepared .. ''' : :'...
November 2128. before burning of your t.:.r'\ .... !
New River tower reported woods or garden spot. You'll [ I '
1.9 inch Louis Hill (Highland) need extra help and proper .j', 'J.l.,. '.. ... ,. ',
had 1.8, and Santa Fe 1.4. tools. t ,.,. ,... ._ .' .....
Novembers total rainfall has If possible, a fire line shouldbe :..0 ...'I'..;'. 10 ,:
so far totaled about 2.5 inches around the to ,r". t ,
plowed area "..". .'J r.; .>> "
The forecast for '.'Y. vi:'' Alv
Friday be burned Large fields shouldbe 'J I
-IMYS,h. nNRate for .. 11Va
through Sunday is con separated into small plots f'1 J
tinued cloudiness mile for burning one at a time.
temperatures, and the possibility Weather is important. } I
For Your Life, of showers. Windy dry days are not
Charlie suitable for burning becauseof I
the added danger that the Plus 20 % Savings On
Drown I
Police Probing fire will escape your control. J
You might want to considerthe

Shooting Case Some alternatives types of trash to burning.such as

301 tPfl leaves grass and stubble Other Selected Fall Fabrics
Jt r
% Arthur Bellomy. 24, of may be of more value if they
are not burned.
Starke remains in Shands
t Fri Sat, Teaching Hospital in Household trash can be
Gainesville Tuesday Nov 29, hauled away to a landfill or >.>
rtatahle eondt,1Aluwing!! a recycling station.If :
i Thanksgiving night shooting you must burn trash do it !, ;
right. Don't pile it on the PREFERRED'' .,.
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ground. It will not burn
I hospit.il spokesman said completely and will be easily f
bellomy: was stable and improving blown around, the PRINTS
increasing 100% Cotton .
from a small caliber danger of
Starling CHRIS10PHER GEORGE pistol wound in the left side of Local Division spreading officials can DOUBLE KNIT 3. Machine Wash 100% Cotton :,
LESLIE NIELSEN F LYNDA DW GEORGE the stomach. recommend a safe receptaclefor t-tI I
RICHARD JAECKEL MICHAEL A SARA Bradford County Sheriff's burning trash. It should be Warm Tumble dry 1 Machine Wash Warm : '
and RUTH ROMANcacBYJE1UNE spokesman said no arrests placed In a cleared area away
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-.. Hosp. Auxiliary Tea Mary Watson Howard Smith I

ladys mealy Dec Page. ,to,?, Dec. 9 At Hospital To Wed Dec. 2

Mary Martha Watson, Miss Watson is a 1974 :.:
miligfap4riJ The Bradford County Two new members were daughter of Harry Watson and graduate of American School
Hospital Auxiliary made introduced, Mrs. Sue Wright the late Della Watson of St. Academy.Mr. .
: plans for their annual and Mrs. Allie Mae Kelly. George, Ga., will become the .Smith is a 1975 graduateof
:: Jj;; Christmas Tea set Friday, Mrs. Frank Palmer was voted bride of Howard L. Smith, son Bradford High School and is
Dec. 9, at their meeting into the Auxiliary.The of Mr. and Mrs. Louis R. employed by Gilman PaperCo.
Straivbtrrie* This Side of vera Monday night Nov. 21, which next general meetingwill Smith, on Dec. 2 at 7:30: p.m. .
U O f/f met in the Methodist be Jan. 23 with the In The Spoken Word All friends and relatives are
Hall. Teenage Volunteers and their Old Road
Fellowship Assembly Kings invited to attend the weddingand
Mrs. J.R. Kite, social leaders as hostesses. Jacksonville. reception following.

chairman, announced the ..... ............ 11II&.dIII.1IJiII!!&.j..... .... .,..
J I1i hours for the tea will be from -
t 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and will be '
held in the Hospital con
ference room. The tea will Guitars Guitars
honor the doctors and the r 'l'-11
hospital staff.Hostesses .
for the covered GuithrGaiorPICADORS
dish supper which was served
before the business meeting .
were: Mrs. Effie Carter, Mrs. SOME
Bernadine Early, Mrs. Louie
Bell Parks, Mrs. Emma Rene 1/2 SIZES
Weaver and Miss Arthurine 1n.W
Blanchard. by C.F. Martin
///Suggested SI\\.t .,
List Price '800"If

UDC Christmas ( Perfect "A .

Luncheon Dec. 7 SALE $189Slight $3995

I } W.T. Week's chapter, ''Ii

i United Confederacy Daughters will have of their the Finish Defects :'c 1i/[;_%
Dutch treat Christmas lun-
I Seated, from left: Edna Hart Florence Brown, Standing: Cecil Whitehead, Eunice Kelly, Sam cheon at noon Dec. 7 at the Take Afcarrtagt Of ThisSocial ib3fF2 l(
I' Sternberg Elizabeth Gibson E.L. Matthews Harriet Holiday Inn.William .

Gussie Mae Boree, Lucille Crews, Elise Jones. Rlcharde: Louise Williams, Arthurine Blanchard. music of George the First, minister Baptist of BUY Now For Christmas Ji7

Church will speak during the

I Class '27 Observes 50th Anniversary program. Mrs. L.A. Canova
I of playing the autoharp and W.B. DRIFTER 95
McKinney violinist, will sa

11 Thirteen members of the Rainbow-hued sherbert was teachers, who was unable to Wives husbands, and present Christmas a program. of LES PAULCOPIES
Bradford High School class of served following! the steak attend the reunion because of special guests attending In- musIc.Sharie 1'1. WITH CASE
. 1927 celebrated the 50th anniversary dinner, lurther carrying out illness in her family. cluded two teachers, Mrs.. :.
' of their graduation the rainbow class colors. Adding to the nostalgia of McLendon and Mrs. Burland; ..:u
with a dinner held Saturday The invocation was given by the occasion, each class Lois (Denmark) Thomas of Starling
, I. night in the Garden Mrs. Burland. preceding a review member was introduced and Crescent City, widow of class
t t Restaurant. of highlights of the junior gave a brief review of his or member Joe Thomas; Willie James CarverTo ELECTRIC GUITAR & AMPLIFIER '
L Twenty-two members of the and senior years as printed in her life since graduating from Gibson, Mrs.Cecil Whitehead $12995SET
class received diplomas in the B11S. Journal, school BHS.Members Randolph Boree, Florence Wed Dec. 10 COMPLETE WITH' CORD STRAP .
commencement exercises of newspaper of that period. of the class at- Sternberg; and several ,
1927- the largest graduatingclass Eugene L. Matthews, tending the reunion were: members of other BHS Mr. and Mrs. Morris E. & CARRYING BAG
in BHS history up to president of the 1927 class Elizabeth (Kendrick) Gibson, graduating classes: Frances Starling of Graham announce
that time. Two teachers of the served as master of of Goldsboro, N.C.; Dr. Sam (Darby) Marguire and Free the engagement and approaching :
class, Mrs. H.B. (Florence ceremonies, introducing Sternberg, Daytona Beach; (Wynn) Duncan, both of marriage, of their I .
Mathews) McLendon, of Harriet (Ritch) Richarde who Gussie Mae (Bennett) Boree Gainesville; Mary Lee daughter, Sherie Jean to ALL CHRISTMAS MUSIC 20 % OFF
Orlando, and Mrs. Thelma read ''the class prophecy Jacksonville; Elise Jones, (Wynn) Silvernail, Ocala; 'James William Carver, son of .
(Brown) Burland, of Jackson- (several predictions having Gainesville; Louise (Pitts) Natalie (Marcionny) Thorn- Mr. and Mrs. _Hubert L.
ville,were among the honored come true), and Edna Williams, Cherry Lake; ton, and Lester Crews of Carver of Gainesville.The COMPLETE STOCKOF ASSORTED INSTRUMENTS
guests. Two other teachers, (Manning) Hart, who told of Arthurine Blanchard and Starke. wedding will be held
Mrs. Myrwin Long of Starke, the suspension of several Eunice (Whitehead) Kelly, The rainbow flower Dec. 10 at 4 p.m. at the homeof GUITAR ACCESSORIES lstlullyf i
and Mrs. Caroline Fripp) members of the class for both of Lawtey; Cecil White- arrangement, used on the the bride.
Barron, of Miami were unableto riding to an out-of.town head, Kingsley Lake; Lucile speaker's table, was All friends and relatives are Strings Picks Capos Tambourines Whistles ,.
attend. basketball game "with boys (!Mitchell)) Crews, Edna presented by the class to Miss invited to attend. ,
The U-shaped banquet table and girls in the same car." (!Manning) ]Hart Florence Madge Middleton, a long-time .--------I Kazoos Jaw Harps Etc.
held an arrangement of Arthurine Blanchard read a (Andrews) Brown Harriet teacher in the Starke school, Mrs. Carrie Ritch spent Straps, Etc. ,
daisies and other spring letter of reminiscenses from (dutch) Richarde,and Eugene and sister of the late Hazel Thanksgiving day with Dr.
flowers in rainbow shades. Carolyn (Fripp), Barron, of L. Matthews, all of Starke. (Middleton) Matthews, a and Mrs. T.G. Ritch and
Miami, one of the class' member of the class. family in Jacksonville. BLINKING LIGHTS SESAME STREET RECORDSMAC'S

11 Carol Bloodworth Honored At Several Parties p -, r JRAVELADVENT

Miss Carol Bloodworth linen cloth and centered withan White, Jr. as cohostesses.Mrs. EDUCATIONSee
of Reddish greeted the
whose marriage to Thomas Mrs.arrangement B.L. Moxley Jr.mums.and guests at the door and Chief Kelly US Navy 226 N. TEMPLE AVE.
Busby will be an event of Dec. them to the honoree RecrWUng.Statlpn! !''; Starke LAY A WAY ..
..... lo..washonoredNov..J 'at8n. Mrs. Henry Godwin presided? presented : SIFT.CCKTIFICATES
r afternoon tea by Mrs. 'at the silver tea service. and her' mother; Mts:"J.F. Monday 10 A.M. Tit 2 P.M. 964.7391 .
given Miss Bloodworth and her Bloodworth. Bradford Square 2"(\-' r9 : : :
Mrs. Warren
Joan Chitty mother given white The coffee table
were was
Winkler, Mrs. J.H. Valinski
The honoreewas covered with lace
mum corsages. a polyester
Sinclair at the
and Mrs.
Clyde also presented with a cloth and centered with an
home of the latter on E. Call
serving spoon to her chosen arrangement. of carnations
Street. silver pattern as a memento of pompoms and fall flowers.
the occasion. Assisting in serving and
Arrangements of Mrs Mike Miller of caring for the guests were
. chrysanthemums were used Gainesville, sister of the Mrs. Joan Chitty, Mrs. Jack
at focal points in the party bride-elect was among the Eaves and Mrs. J.E. Denmark -
j I rooms. guests calling between the r
I Mrs. Sinclair greeted the hours of 3 and 4:30: p.m. ''The hostesses presentedMiss ,
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guests and presented them to Bloodworth and Mrs.
i 1 Miss Bloodworth and her Bloodworth with corsages and Miss Chastain
mother, Mrs. J.F, Blood- also gave the bride-elect the ,
I worth. On Saturday, Nov. 26, Miss divided vegetable bowl to her
i Mrs. Chitty.. Mrs. Winkler, Bloodworth was com- selected china pattern as a James PageTo '
Mrs.Valin&ki and Miss Denise plimented at a "coffee" from memento of the occasion. -
Winkler assisted in serving 10:30: to 12:30: at the home of Among the 100 invited Wed Dec. 2
and inviting the guests to the Mrs. Drew Reddish with Mrs. guests was Mrs. Lucy
tea table which was covered Lucille Godwin, Mrs. F.W. Bloodworth of Gainesville,
culwork Strickland and Mrs. Olin Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B.
with an imported grandmother of the honoree.
Chastain announce the
engagement and approaching LThL1 .
Anna Anderson, Mrs. Bradley marriage of their daughter,
Margaret Catherine, to James .
Rudolph SappTo Celebrates 87th William Page, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Lonnie William Page, all

Wed Dec. 9 Birthday Nov. 24 of The Lawtey.wedding will be an liule
; (7h'tlrlfS7frf v/llffflnkes
Mae Anderson and event of Friday, Dec. 2, at 9 \ !
Anna Mrs J. M. Bradley a.m. in the base chapel at the
will be united in
Rudolph Sapp celebrated her 87th birthdayand Naval station, Charleston,
marriage Friday, Dec. 9 at

7:30: p.m. Church in the Northside with a Thanksgiving family reunion day. Mrs.on S.C.The couple are both at- During the Christmas Season; if you buy one of our big beautiful
church.All reception. following at the Dec.Bradley 5. will be 87 years old -e-See tending Bradford High School.- Roast Beef Sandwiches, we'll give you one free. Slow cooked, sliced thin,

friends and relatives are A covered: dish dinner was and with choice of three
piled high juicy
attend.Charlene '. enjoyed by the family Mr and Mrs. James Martinof your tangy sauces.
invited to r' I Elizabeth Evans, grand Tallahassee Mrs. Audy Take this coupon to any participating Hardee's
'--'-' daughter, made the birthday Hiason of Palatka and Mr. "
cake. and Mrs. Berne Stalzer of and get two delicious Roast Beef Sandwiches. But only pay for one.Its .
Campbell .-..... Ocala and families spent
Wednesday to Saturday with Hardee's of saying Merry Christmas.
David GriffisTo -....... I Ronda BryantCelebrates their mother Mrs. J.H. way
-=- Dennis.
Wed Dec. 3 5th
Shirley Hatch.

: Charlene Diane Campbell Birthday Nov. 24 .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
i and David Kieth Griffis will be David CampbellTo

I Dec.united 3, in at marriage 7 p.m. at the Saturday Griffis, Wed Dee 17 celebrated Ronda Kimberly her fifth birthday Bryant 1 rjf'ff"cYfnJ'' } (lrrist lrrsl ";') '

I residence in Graham. A buffet Thursday, Nov. 24. at the :
will follow the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Leon D. home of her grandparents,
All friends and relatives are Hatch, Sr. of Bradford an Mr. and Mrs. R.F, Bryant onSR16E '
WhfJl bfl RMSyon ,
\ invited to attend.Homemakers. nounce the engagement _and ,. with a combination y011 )f one /Beef OJ'IC ,
approaching marriageaf their birthday party and t .
daughter Shirley Dawn to dinner for the Ask
Thanksgiving \
I Plan David V. Campbell, son of Mr. family. : get one f lee. : :
and Mrs. W.A. Campbell! Of The Raggedy Ann cake was CharleyE. t
Christmas Party Lake Butler. served to the family after : Good at all participating! I lardce's.( -t : : !
is for .
The wedding planned .
dinner. One Customer mu.t
coupon per customer plca.se. pay
1 11 1 Saturday December 17, at 3 Honda is the daughter of .
8 a.m. :
sales This
Dec. the First any tax. coupon is not good in
am. at Baptist E. c
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bryant.
I Church in Branford. Johns : combination w ith any other offers.rardeer .

I The Bradford County No local invitations are '"A careless act can cause- .
I Homemaker's Club will have being sent. All friends and Tiffany' ClarkCelebrates another to lose hieight..hU ''it7 : L Offer Expires '
Christmas party December relatives of the couple are .. .O a wm..sFoodsya.m. Inc.1977 : December 15. 1977 64 o{ w! '

I 8 Building.at II a.m. in the Agricultural cordially invited to attend. 5th < In maaculinity..andresult a law suit for .. . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . ,.

I Each member is asked .to Alicia Clemons Birthday Nov. 19 $100,000 or more. The ,.
bring a covered dish and a usual $10,000 personal .

present. Celebrates2nd Tiffany Suzanne, Clark liability policy is no longer
-: daughter of Mr. and \Mrs. adequate. Can the Charley ,
f DUPLICATE BRIDGE Alfred Clark of Sleepy Hollow E. Johns Agency increase
BirthdayLittle f
CLUB RESULTSMr. Drive celebrated her fifth my Comprehensive <'.
.and Mrs.Charlie Riddle, birthday Nov. 19 with a wiener Personal to
< were the winning couple at Alicia Nicole demon roast for 20 little friends. Liability
Duplicate Bridge Tuesday celebrated her second birthday Games were played and JlOO.OOO..evtn $1,000,000 301 South Starke %nardeer:
\", night. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Saturday, Nov. 19. from prizes awarded for just a few dollar more f
Wrenshall) were second tieing 5:30 to 7:30: p.m. when her Cake and ice cream were pee mi urn?*' ;
Ii with Mrs. RA. Green and parents. Mr.' and Mrs. Dale served to the guests after the
Mrs. Clyde B. Terwillegar. demons gave a party for her ,weiner roast by Tiffany' Charley E. .
1 I Dr. and Mrs..Jim Minesinger at their home at Heilbronn mother and aunt .i' !
1. \ were third. Springs. -------_. JOHNS AGENCY 'rl

( .______-4 Mr.and!Mrs..W.S.-BeeXham; 131 S-'WALNUTST .STARKEPHONS : \
The youngster enjoyed ,
.' Col. and Mrs. weekend punch, cake and of Jacksonville vif6tedi Mr. 9114.5070 : .,..
at and Mrs. VTuesday
J spent the long the party hours.. as attendee .
: their: cottage, at Lake Kerr. of last week. :- f

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_ Mr. and Mrs: Herbert Mr.and Mrs. Bill Meng and Mrs. Ben Williams weekend of
Little John and L.J. Padgettof Johnson and daughter, Dana, spent the Cherry Lake was
son of of Mrs. H. ..JUcharde,
Jacksonville visited their .r Tallahassee Thanksgiving holidays with guest -
spent Wednesday
grandparents. Mr, and Mrs to Friday with her parents, their parents, E.L. Matthews,
Lloyd Padgett over the long t Mr. and Mrs. R.R. Chism. of Starke, and Mr.- and Mrs:-c., Mr. "and W.Milner,Jr.
weekend.Mr. Paul Meng, of Hampton Lake. Hardy Mr. and
Chace Hardy and
Mr. and Mrs. Robert
and Mrs. Glen Reddish Barksdale of Humboldt Tenn. Mr. and Mrs; T.L. Casey, Mrs. Charles Francis and
I I'' 4! and family of Pensacola spent have spent the past two weeks Jr. and family spent family were Thanksgivingday .
Wednesday to Sunday with with his mother, Mrs. Vergie Thanksgiving day with David guests of Mrs. G. E.
their mother, Mrs. P. D. Barksdale at Hampton Lake Boyer in Ocala and Mr. and McGauley in Palatka.
Reddish.Mr. ',. and with their daughters and Mrs. Bob Godber in Orlando. Page 4)
their husbands in Starke.

"< 1 l and Mrs. James R. 'l1J':
Weldon of Jacksonville and ," ,
Mr. and Mrs. John Greer of ...
Bradenton and their families
were Thursday and Friday ,
guests of their parents, Mr. \

'.. and Mrs. Jack McComb. \ lf!' cb !

Mr. and Mrs. E.M. Slone of
-- Miami spent the past week
with Dr. and Mrs. L.H.! Jennings 'P" III: : Is Our ir Birthday,
: Mf
in Starke and with Mr. :
and Mrs. Harlan Jennings in ;
Gainesville. 'r&1: So Come Help Us Celebrate a

i Gainesville Winfred visited Hazen Mr. and of Saturday, Dec. 10 11A.M.-5P.M.

Mrs. M,F. Hazen on Sunday. ,
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UMW Holds Bazaar last Pvt.Wednesday Matt Herres after returned com- Sonja Biggs Receives ScholarshipSonja Free FreeDemonstrations

United Methodist Women member puts hand made pleting training three in months Mechanical) basic L. Biggs, Santa Fe Community College student. .Is a Refreshments "S BY
decorations on Christmas tree during Holiday Bazaar, held
Seplelll Music Scholarship recipient Mist Biggs, daughter of 0 ti,9
Engineering in the National
Tuesday at the First United Methodist Church In
Guard at Fort Leonard Wood. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Biggs of Starke, Is In her third term at
Santa Fe. She Is studying piano under the Instruction of SFCC I Classes z 6 Handmade
Sen. and Mrs. humanities teacher Helen Davies.
Charley I- GiftS,
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p ---------------- Workshops
erionaiA Johns visited Mr. and Mrs. I I
James Cash and family in For That
Orlando last Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Hayesof Tommy McLendon of Fine Arts & 150 W. Call St.
Mr. and Mrs.Joseph A.Gay Thursday and Tallahassee was home for the o u i;
Mr. and Mrs. John Shan- El Paso, Texas were guests Special Someone
Friday. Crafts Supplies Starke 964-7792'
barger had as Thanksgiving and.son, Jerry, of Columbia.S.C. last week of Mrs.E.W Hayes. long weekend. I
day guests Mr. and Mrs. spent Wednesday
(Friday with Mr. and Mrs. I
Raymond Cromartie of
Evanston Mr. and Mrs. Allen G.A. Gay.
Stanwix-Ilay of Jacksonvilleand
Miss Latain Herres
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
Tampa was home for the long
Stanwix-Hay and family of -
Gainesville.Mr. .

Alice E. Fixari of the Best
and Mrs. Charles Western Motor Inn Starke paIuciiieEi THURSDAY
Schaffer of Atlanta and son recently attended an Orien-
Richard Schaffer of Miami
tation Seminar for new Best
Dent the long weekend with Western owners and operatorsin
her sister Mrs. F.J. Shaw
and family.Mr. Phoenix, Ariz.

Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Davis,
and Mrs. Raleigh Mr and Mrs.Curtis Davis and BE HERE EARLYTODDLY
Brannen of Bedford Lake and Diane Johns were
Miss Jessie May Brannen of Thanksgiving day guests of
Bartow were Thanksgivingday Mrs. Mary Wooten.
guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Ardel Brannen and son, Mrs. Lex Green, Dr. and TO THE PUBLIC:
Joshua, in Jacksonville.Mr. Mrs. Kiert Sundusadee and ENTIRE STOCK
family and Mr. and Mrs. I have been employed to liquidate one half of the Inventory
.and Mrs. Mike May and Curtis Sanders and son were at DUCKY'S DEPARTMENT STORE at KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. One
Mr. and Mrs. Bob McCulloughof LINEN
Ocala were Sunday visitorsof and Thanksgiving Mrs. W.H.guests Green of Dr.in half of this Inventory must be sold immediately regardless of WINKS
Mrs. W.H. Hart. Kevin May Tallahassee.Mr. cost or loss.
returned home with them
I after five days visit with his and Mrs. Richard We have been closed three days this week marking down 1
i grandmother, Mrs. Hart. Williams and children of prices on this entire stock of Name Brand Merchandise. L2
Tallahassee were Wednesdayto PRICE 1/0/
I Airman Gene Arnold Sunday guests of their 10 A.M. THURSDAY, and will continue until I PRICE
at R .
SALE begins
Kuschel who has been in boot parents, Mr. and !Mrs. Mack .
camp at San Diego Calif., Williams and Mr. and Mrs. 'further notice. .SHEETS, 1 "
spent Thanksgiving day with Warney Adkinson. G.Whnfie.Id_-, J WASH CLOTHS .. CAN'T BEAT JhflS: ,
his grandparents. Dr. and Liquidation Supervisor PILLOW CASES, Sizes 6 Month to 6xYOU
Mrs L.H. Jennings and they Mrs. G. J. McGriff Sr. and TOWEL'
Master Charge and BankAmer1card Will Be Accepted. TABLE
all had Thanksgiving with Mr. Mrs. H.L. Speer were guestsof CLOTHS
and Mrs. Harlan Jennings in Mr. and !Mrs. G.J. McGriff,
Gainesville. Jr. in Gainesville Wednesdayto

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,3 DRESSES: Values $1265 BLOUSES iRea i

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The Walt-hr.Quietest Outdoor GE's Original Spine- / men UCU'C o SLACKS CASUAL $1099!
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any Fin' Coils R.g. to fl a *i2m / /
Air Conditioning System 88
Top-Discharge, helps I 4 BUTTON & WRAP '
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I Climatuff'" Compressor Factory-Sealed t I S GIRLS MEN'SDRESS
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from Texas Instruments.Rugged Cordless face scrubber by Norelco. minutes. Snap-on lid for storing tip-over switch. Tamper proof grill.
maintenance-free solid state design Thoroughly cleanses every contour oil. Lift& drain spoon Included. MODEL 96002 Wake-up to the voice of Mickey Mouse
contains no moving parts. and crevice the face.Also Free basket available from manu- REG. $24.99 calling "Choo Choo". Also available
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Mrs. W, H.. Hart and 'I ,
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Championwere Mrs. W.B. Mundy Mr. and grandson Kevin Crawford Ir Ind73
Thanksgiving guests of Mrs. Guy Sale Mr. and Mrs. were Thanksgiving day guestsof
Mr. and Mrs. W.B. Keith and
Thompson Gillingham family Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tyner in
In Ocala. and Miss Jean Mundy were
Thanksgiving guests of Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Vic Nettles of and Mrs. T.A. Steele at State
Lake Butler Mr. and Mrs. Farm.
and Mrs.
Edward Starling and were guests of Mr.

daughter, and Martell Johnsof Mr. and Mrs. R.W. Un- Springs LT. Breazealle in High

Jacksonville Carlton Faulkof derill and family of In- on Thanksgiving day.

Troy State College and diatlantic Mr. and Mrs. J.S. ; : r ,
of Walker of Fort Lauderale Clyde B. TerwiUegarspenT 1

Gainesville were Cindy and Steve Walker of the Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving guests of Mr. Chapel Hill N.C. were guests holidays with Mr and Mrs'
and Mrs. Maxie Carter Sr. the long weekend of their Cale Yarborough and Mr and

parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.H., yY Mrs Vernon Floyd of Timmonsville -
Mr. and Mrs. Sherrod Moncrief. S.C. She was
Hamilton of Starke and Mr. formerly Cecelia Truluck and

and Mrs. Mark Hamilton and Misses Kathy Myers of '.!.'.,::1'..... attended the Truluck reunion "" i iGal.
children of Tampa spent Tallahassee and Trish Myers at the home of her grand-

Tuesday to Sunday with Mr. of Macon< Ga. spent long .. 0 '' parents "The Homestead" In
and Mrs. Elsworth Jackson weekend with their parents, Florence County S.C. Dr and

and family in Winder Ga., Mr. and< Mrs. John Myers. t.o Mrs. Richard Truluck were
James Hamilton in Atlanta hosts to about eighty memberof ,

and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hawkins ,_.. the family.

Hamilton (in Toccoa Ga. of Brandon and Mrs. Mae .. "r" ( I'
of Waldo .0> 1
Hawkins were
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mr.. Mr, and Mrs. Charles
Thanksgiving guests of
of Frit hrfGu.lford.Ind.werelast .
Dalley Brunswick. Ga.
and Mrs. Titus Olson. ,
were weekend guests of their '....... "t'r' .1. .oJ. Wednesday visitors of

son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Local admittances to ....., ,0 :, ...;.;":....,.,.:.....\"'- ,. -, :. Mrs. J.H. Fields.
Mrs. Rex -
Brown. Bradford County Hospital this ..- '- "',. \'Ir.: '- _...wer lIIICr.m:=::'J1I' .:,:.,

Mr. and Mrs. John Greene week include: from Starke-
and son visited her parents. Bruce Slater Mrs. Nannie County Has Own Fuel Tanks Nowws.'S 'TBest
Thomas Mrs. Judy Archey
Mr. and Mrs. H.L. Chancey in 1 BIRTHS
Wacissa from Wednesday to' Mrs. Maude Stephens, Mrs. Dressed Of 1950's At BMSBruce
Friday. Fannie Walferd James Bradford County road department -
Leach Mrs. Minerva Barry missioner Dave Shuford prepare to bury )(

Drew Barry of Birmingham 1 Mrs. Susie Myrlck Mrs. tanks at the county maintenance barn Tuesday Nov 29. Mr. and Mrs. Dean the Traylor birth Rehberg and Tammy Jlfney were Bradford Middle

Southern College Ala., Mr. Maude Tucker and Grant or Lawtey announce Brent born School's best dressed students as students and teachers alike

and Mrs. W.N. Barry Sinsabaugh; Earle Phillips of The tanks will allow the county to secure a better price for fuel of a son Michael in St. Vincent's turned back the hands of time for "50'S Day" Students and J

Newberry and Mr. and Mrs. Lawtey; Mrs. Frances Kitter at bid time said Shuford. He added In the past the county has Nov 28 are teachers dressed like extras for Happy Day. Nov. 22. the day

F.H. Kramer of Starke were of Raiford; Mrs. Revelee been at the mercy of the bidder to furnish equipment and oftentimes Hospital.and Mrs.Grandparents A.C. Basford of before the Thanksgiving break. Bruce is the son of Harry and

Thanksgiving guests of Mrs.t Hibdon of Hampton.Mr. It was not the best. Mr Lake and Mr. and Doris Rehberg of Starke Tammy Is the daughter of Mary and

A.J. Barry. All county vehicles fill up at the one facility. Kingsley Mrs R.N. Traylor of Lawtey. Doley Hersey of Starke.

and Mrs. B.J. Eggers
Mrs. Lenore Foster of visited Mr. and Mrs. John

her Barnard.home at Vt.Kingsley has returned Lake forthe to Eggers Monday,in Miami Friday to THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH .INC. .Offers our Want Ad Readers and Advertisers Tri-Count Coverage 9,000 paid distribution

winter. I

Brant and Kay Turner of Mr and Mrs. John Pare off with approximately 30,000 readers FOR ONLY .$2.00, through the pages of The Bradford County Telegraph, The Union County Times

Jacksonville were home forthe Orlando were weekend guests

Claire long weekend.Turner Vickey spent and the' of J. M.her Edwards'parents Sr.Mr.They and were Mrs. and The Lake Region Monitor. FOR MORE INFORMATION \ The Telegraph Judy 964-6305

weekend with their father all Thanksgiving day guests of C'a

R.V.Belle Turner Glade.and Mrs. Turnerat Jacksonville.Mr. and Mrs. J.M. High in AUTOMOBILES USED FOR SALE FOR SALE Times . Chris 496-2261 I

Dr. and Mrs. RE. Dopsonhad i 77 MALIBU CLASSIC CHEST FREEZER: Good YARD SALE FrL and Snt. Monitor . Linda 473-2210
Silver end black. 13,000mle. condition ISO.. Phone 964C. boat .motor tools, lawnmowers
as Thanksgiving guests .,uew eooditbn.contact, 6643. TF/.h, lot. more. 301
Mr. and Mrs. HaroldLawrence Clark Hadley. 415 SE 6th North. on graded road by
Mr. and Mrs. Gail Street Lake Butter 11232lpd MINK STOLENiiATl; Hammonds Discount Phone FORSALE I MISCELLANEOUS MOTORCYCLESSUZUKI
Jensen and Mrs. ElizabethCaughey ; Lillian C. Pearson 12/1 Tournallne. Phone 4733325. 9jJ4J43ltnd J 12/1__ nmmmmmejmmjmmmmmmmm

of Keystone Heights. Real EstateLiwtsy 1969 LEMANS 1500. Pho. Upd 121PI4NO OILHEATERi; 20.000 btu'.. GARAGE SALE S.t.9 ..... WATERMELON land for OF STARKE
t ..-8507. ell.h.197Z ACCORDIAN A thermostat controlled In- u 1 p.m. 331 Broadway and ,I..,... 60 aeree In pasture. authorized Suzuki dealer your
Cindy Berceli Augustgraduate Florida Paoln Soprani In good cludina! stand and drum. Grand. Sponsored by BC Phone, 496-3795. 12/1 ItchgSTYLES Phone 964-0020. 1640 South

of the Practical 712.3I0/J/ COURIER Pickup with condition. 1250. Phone 964- $150. Phone 782-3461. Itpd Vol. Fire Dept Ladies Aux. ;- Walnut [301 South laStarke.
Nursing Program at Santa Fe topper 11200 or will trade 8191. Itpd 12/1 12/1 Itpd 12/1 BY JAMES new .) tr.h.LOST .
Community College was for ear. Phone 96.-6885. f houn are Tu... through Frl.
selected as the outstandingstudent 3 BR, 2 Bath CB Home 11124 2tchg. Z/I TIRES AND WHEELS YARD SALE: Brad and GASH : 40.00O""'btn. 2:15: p.... till, Saturday 8
of the the CHAA closed, garage, nice. : D900x16 '. Trailer Park SB.100, 2 speed blower thermostat .JB. till for appointments,
year by .._.. Super Traction Ure Lake Geneva. Sat. call| 496-2831. 12/1 & FOUND j
Health Occupation Educatorssection lot, 5 .,4 percentmtg. LTD FORDr 1977. 11,500 with tube. Never been on 9 aJD to 5 controDed< 2 yrs. ..Id. e... 12/8/ 2uhg

of the FloridaVocational $354100. cash.. ueume IIZ8.89 for 32 .round. Also 16x8 chrome pro. .Sewing machines. condition $125. Phone 964- _
mss. Will consider trade. spoke wheel Phone Steve (Serger and Blind stitch, ], 6116 alter 5 p.... dally anytime LOST Medium rise
I Association. 3 BR frame home, CH* A, P"o. 4-653. or 964.7582.Itpd Thomas. 964-7385 alter 6 drapery. fabrics, upholstery weekends, tl/pd FREE PUPPIES 2 male. brown dog loot near Bradford rusty
fenced corner lot, 15000. 121CADILLAC p.... or 964-6246, 8 to 5 p.m. fabrics, traverse. rods, new port beagle ahot., great for Hoapltal. Hu hair
and used household Items, GARAGE SALE Sat. and diUdr.il. E.cellent. rabbit.
tf bg
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tall For
Mrs. H.B. McLendon and 3 BR furnished mobile EL DORADO plants, tools, boats, dishss, Sun. 9:30 to 5 p.m. SR-21. potential. Star... East SR. missing to .r.
; Mrs. Alice Meister of lame, with addition. very 1970.. ..n..t lnterier. : 40 Inch, electric range, gold, clothing, Upd 12/. Keystone. houses South of 16 at city limit. North to information phone *64V
Orlando were neat. $13,400. good two yrs old. cost 425.. sell ,,J, .J, a-:1 middle trailer. Upd 12// .Iter 5 p.m., 961' 9ZS.
Thanksgivingguests gxj.j i .
tires. lire lower Couch, "00. _
uew paint job eseelest Reward
$150. call Itpd
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of E.L. Matthews. e.glae. Make offer.Phon. : records, clothes, household -
8.7 acresSR. 100 S- 964-8700, ask. 'orDoa. Itpd Complimentary facial It..... Phone 4732529. Upd FREE WATCHDOG. M.le.bo..r.G..r..a R"EWA"BI) for Info or the return -
13500. Instruction .
-- In
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.. ltchg pro- 1211 ol white. with.
with saddle cedures. Complete '
bright. Bring heavy gloves
f I FloriUnd Realty 10 Acres. lacing SR 230 1973 VEGA aoe..b..k. 75., C.U 496.2436 alter 4:30< 1211 bound. Taken Iron hunt
A both sides Wilson p.m. Itpd Call Lin Sealey. 475-1978. ,
9 Road cents pound Vernon SR-16 at city limit.. North to
AC AT Ur. per
393 N.Temple A... 22000. coupe new Melroie. Upd 12// Reddish. middle trailer Itpd 12/1 gate pen ot Camp Bumdlng
Phone 964-6530.
I Star..FI.*. clean and d.p..dable. Phone DOUBLE WIDE TRAILER, ov.24.. Tattoo IB ear. DBR.

Office 964-7700 38JS Acres 13040'.. US 78Z-332. hpel 12/1 24&52, 3 BR 2 bath, utility YARD SALE Fri. A SAT. 2 Itcbg 12/1 Reduce. Hate and fast with Phone 5332974. Itpd 12/1
--- ---- 1 room, CHA. extra In.uatoa
301. Terms $56,500. Cobeet Tablets and EVapwater
blocks off 301 In Lawtey.' YARD BALE DEC. 3. 8
, PERSONAL SERVICE gutte..18.500.PhOD. ..... pttla" 11/17 3tpd 12/1
OPENSATURDAYMORMNGS 496.379S. 12/1 Itchg Baby Item., adult clothes, tU. 321 Butler Terr. WANTED
,furniture, appliances misc. Hwy 100 turn on Alton Rd.,
t".,,.... I. Insurable!
BRA o FORO--SEPTIC H"ElBEFORD 'Itpd 121CAFlNETS turn on Butler Rd.. Pat'a
-- POLLED Immediate ,
I cowherd bvphsne"
2 BR. 2 ".t". 1280 trailer 2 -- --- TANK SERVICE, Re.iden- .30 young cows bred for Day Care, last house. Color JOE coverage ISHKB WANTED TO BUY One
Im city, with 1Ia18 back frame homo, completely tI.1 pumpauts. 1..0. Fact second calf, 10 unexposedyearUng : Cabinet doors, TV. aquarium with stand AGENCY 4962126 medium sized used ......r.
J arch., furnished. Incl.new service. ...raata.d. Phoa.9648.Z. h..lf.r..1I tulle and cabinet material ALL and ........ LR wlte.doll 2903 or 496- call! 4963821.12/1 Itpd
--- -- weaker A dryer. $13,500. .. 4tpel Ute breeders. removed j NEW: Phone 485-1595 after house, olee., train sat

10 ..,re. In Lawtey, .. 20 herd calving, worming,Iron etc. .4 p.... Itpd 12/1 Msgnue organ, toys. e"e. w A T'CHJEWELRYREPAIR. FOR SALE 2 year old
jaae. SR-225W MAINES .
INSURANCE invitation.and
grid. clothes 8 to 11 yr.olds., mlae. wedding .
Urge plM trees records available, 200 -- frame homo, 2 BR. 3.75
.. fish pond. 2 mobile home AGENCY 11I0 South Lake 4 CEMETERY LOTS 964-5610. 12/1 engraving. KeyatoneJewtlert.
Term cow, 150 heller. Call 496- Itchg acree, 60 pecan t-.. 1/4
.... ..
-q.. hog barn A" ... Phone 496.39711. ,together. Rest Lawn 11/3 tI.
3795. 12/1 ltchgNew acre pond. Contact ,....
3 BR .. 1 ..... $33,500. Phone for quotes .a auto ]Memorial Park In JacksonviUe. ELECTRIC ORGAN f DuBoM, 255 SW P'H Ave,
-- mo..n.. .home. bonds. and Gob... Grapefruit. Diet Phone 4734084. Itpd Double keyboard B..J...... Lake Butler. 12/1
3 BR brick on lot 100x100 51A Acres: Brick home commercial,. insurance. 3117tUeh PHIi. Eat satisfying meals 121IRISrTsETfFR Built-in rhythm maker with HOMES FOR SALE Itpd

--- CHAA. 3 BR. 2 bathe. 2fir. L-_____ and 10.. weight. 11/17 3tpd bench., $500. Phone 964.5454. 1 IIIGH STPRICESPAi
pl. b...tI..1po.t.r.
3 BR brisk and wood .. VACUUM CLEANER RE. 12/1 PUPPIES: : 12/1 2tch,,* 12/8 6//ACRES with mobile home. for used abyss and relrlger-
one Sen.30.cr.e. 195400. PAIRS All ....... ..11mod. GOOD PRICES PAID Ion 2 mat. old purebred 3 2 ..U.. from town, Clay .tou. OLIN'S MOBILE
.". Star. females. 5 males. $45 each.Phon. YARD T SALE Thnra. and
-- -- DAY EVENING Sewlnt need mobile ho.... II County, Immokalee Rd. HOMES SALES. 964-5608.
tares lend Center,215 East Cal Street 475 1024 or 475-1241. Friday. SR 16 East at City .
,: WEEKENDSPh. mortgage I. 3/4 paid or Cleared highway frontage Open 7 days a we.k. tll.,...
--- -- ... p"o. t8312. :4tad. more OLIN'S MOBILE Upd 12/1 llmlta. Macrame Items, deep. well 10x18 storage
. 80 acres. going farm with 782-3806 SEWING HOME SALES 964-5606. lamps, owl., pocketbooks, shed. S16.000. Phone 473- WE BUY PECANS' DAILY:
practically, new home REPAIRED: all ....:.. Open 7 d.,. weekly' tl/ctg FOR SALE Acreage, 2.73 I hanging pots great gifts. 4151. Itpd 12// J R. Wainwrigbt. A So...
Good ..r.. on paved rd., off 238, Phone 9645057. Itpd 121i Starke Farmers Market
tsr.-- el.a.ed sUed .d
17. Work ..... .adju.ted.... ... SALES AND: West of Lake Butler $7.KM( TF IhaWANTED.
; Good property .. 101.Phon"e" FAULKNERIB and terma. Crown Real for Luv or email
i J __ Strkklaad corner 01 Morgsa CB. Commercial marine. Estate, Inc Realtor 752- pick-up truck. Excellent Champion, 12.15 room built : Used) rsfrlgooatop
t ...7700 Road .d Hwy .8. dIe"_ .aviation FCC Licensed 4883. 11/17 4tchg 12/8 condition. $125. RE. Lee on plus a deck porch. All on washers, Cloves la
VereieP. Odo.Re. f ALCOHOLICS: ANONY' Radio Communications, Hwy Lawtey. 7823619. Upd 12/1 one acre with sprinkler good condition. Phone Dahmer'a .
I > ..R.aI Estate MOUS: Phone. 4-6894 or 100 Meat.. 496-22J4. 11/23 YARD" SALE ayatem, barn, garage, many Distant. at 9647923.
3tpd 12/. : Saturday, ,
964.7119. mo astral' S8.500 ownerlinanced.
Brokor Dee.3,9 a.m. to 6 p.m., New : .
! E".... 964-547 11,1011. L FOR SALE: Diamond River SR-235 furniture, 6 p.... Crashed velvet .0'.. Phone 964-6643. vf E-BUY-PECANS.---Phone-

I --- needles for any stereo over clothing, mine .household. Spanish decorator, It..... ll/chg 9&.a- 0.U. TFchgWANTED .
P..rl A.drowsA.seclat.984.7739 118 S..Water St. T KJNO.D.E: HOMES 247 different onee. we .have It..... VEGA bicycles,tires, clothing. miscellaneous. 3" BEDROOM.
I Star. Florida them scuba and boating equip., Net door to Archer-Tinner, FRAME
; .:. 9645065OPEN y INVEST WISELY H.r.. Diacount. tl/chg and Christmas Items, call Funeral Home, US-301 HOUSE J on one acre ol land j TO BUY Good
\ Janet Surleg 4851890. 12/1 Itchg, South. Itpd 121ALLSTATE In Rallord. Equity and go-cart. Leave meeeage
a piece
prop.n a
Aa..ei.t.782.3598 _,_ ...u... paymenta ol $S6.90. at 9647347 between 7:30:
bright 'ahr.. Right Wo also have new /Ireeteri, -- -- ..... and
Phone 4
SATURDAY b.e... L... G...". electric stoves, and washers YARD SALETiJJj4mU. ; : MOTOR Brooker, .85.1610. p.m. Itpd 12/1
10a...-Sp... Pod 011k. ODd Job... DAHMERS! DISCOUNT. .. north on Sr 121 from SCOOTER Good condition., 11/24 3tth.. 12/8 "
I Low ..II..... $90. Phono SEEKING:/ EMPLOYMENT
Garage. 200' highway Phono 964-7923. tile". Lake Butler. Follow the :
j' : Double Wid. M-H Vm fretage. 3 BR 1 bath aicoa. Dee. 1, 2, 3. 4. Thurs.nd 9647015. 1211 Ztpd 1218 RUSTIC MOUNTAIN In Key atone or urreundlag
ll lurnlahed. .. 1 acre alcol .. Fri. 9.30.5:00. Sat.912.i CoVERS-10.20 COTTAGE situated see Mature. Christina
.lIIa.. EZ e.r.. YARD SALE Fri ft Sat. : PATIO ;: for on 3.9 .lemalo.
landscaped., 118000. 33500. Dee 2-3 Halo or shine SR- Sun. 95. 12/1 Updu homes and mobile "0".'. urea. In bear ol North Ga. lecretarlal. ,Experience
...... 225 mountain. real estate,
1 Fully
1/4 $199 luralahed
-- -- miles West Installed. $159
of owner ol bu......
ft acre wlthlBR MH -18 X ilTrT"Bu"iLDiNGsrAiikimlnum ; .iream. rock, Contact
GEORGE ROBERTS JR. GET IN THE SWING! Lawtey, Itchg 12/1 stalled. GATOR llroplace.
24 I.r.... 12 X 24 pallsNice prewired Protected Contact Hardage, 4733325. Rt.
Ref:Reel Estate Rr.k.rPh..944.7$26 Attal. the correct pouters recep- ALUMINUM. Phone 372- owner G. 1 I. Box 261
1 lo e.1o ....tI.... 3 BR. 2 OAK FIREWOOD 120 tables light switches, lights 9767. 4020 N.W. 13th St.. Whit Held, at Du.,.,'. Dept. can -H.KeyoloM, Itpd
2 BR 1 bath bloc. .. per tongue and noor.d.II".r. Store la Keyatono
bath .0. I block from groove GalneaviUo, 8/11 through
A5.51ARa. pickup truck Phone tl/chg
... 782-
e.N.""T1ple house .. 1 .. .. and Dee.
.. A the golf .oa.... You have 3434. tlchgCUSTOM eat up.Fmanefag 12. Itpd 12/1 NEED EXTRA
,. available. U 48months MONEY
halbicHAA.grea gal' to a;e loud. this home up
: location, $35.000. geed t.132.000.folly appreciate' U. MADE Suiusl of to SUrke pay. ,964-6020 60 shine.or VACUUMS: many bread ol 130'1 HANDYMAN s 230' lot with SPECIAL 12150trall.r. > BUY mobile.....wine WE and

t.r... --- -- DRAPERIES -* Me artnow 964-6021. 5/12 tlchgB new. va.-numa. Used 1800 cash and takeover Urea. Pick, up ., deliver.

Largo 4BR. frame house. 3 BR. I bath .. .p"... KL"- HANDYMEN Drlv. by.er Free clocking lots of/ labrica np.machlneeavailable.....all makes. Parts. Expert sod poymeata. St.r...East Hwy OLIN'S 100 MOBILE Weet. HOMES.
estimate BAHIA Open 7
LR. family on totcrea .. .0.. Bird Loss HAY. Argentina, f SR-16 at city llmlta.North to days
rjom. acre, separata D. R. sew os .......rl.. for all a week,
vacuum phone
Just 16301 double. garage, paved drive. A".... war the high 6/24 Stephen, phone 496 2219. highly fort01ed, phone 9640071. system 404 NW 10th ,middle trailer Aa k: Itpd> tllc", 9645006.
steeliest. neighborhood. .....1 era... If yen would tl/chg. 7/21 tl/cbg Avenue, Gainesville. Phone 1 1211
N.-3-; !
b. I.t.r..tad I. fI.I..loi. ,
I! h...... ten acre. ,. ... .. GUNS FOR SALE 22'., 3767110. tl/chg 1 lOaM TRAILER DISABLED VETERAN
frame n BR.Z bath,brick .'/.. .. .e any .t.l.t ..0.. 25'a, and 38'. 1I : Partially :
4 tractor ..d equipment, fenced, It_.,. yard.. --- -- ..r'. Dbeount., oold at DAb r BRASINGfON I furnished A/C. Phone. 782- Will.... out your garage If
I - beautifully Ia.....,... LAKE GRANDIN: This. I.a I. TF/chg 3420. Itpd 12/1 allowed to keep the unwanted .
Severn! .....,.,..1 .ten. very gable. I... sad .. .-- ,Cadillac Oldsmobile I.... 47J-2408.

t 301. w. ..". commercial, have a ".r, ....datnon.r. Sales& Service I .f/rh.
J scr.7 7nd"J property .n 301 N. A S. s ks .beak. CB. fine Selection Of Used ComingDec.
1Z 1R C8 BR.a bath..wI.
wither without bulMlnga.Nko3BR.illWth.plua. r..m. BOOTSAT
home, with family rom 8bah. do.10 garage.CH/A. ../w Cars Taken On 10-llth All WorkGuaranteed
.. CH/A. .WesLewtey. 51 rarp.l. lot. .1 fruit en.. Cadillac Trade d

efficiency apt. Ala., .bM 141.000. 2001 N.W.13378-5301
j 1/2 ... --- -- Carradine's1fRANGLER 1-DrW MARATHON ,
hatnhUerb pooI ar .r. Nicely 4
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f 20..." tracts. INCOME PROPERTY 11 the niooAC.VK Before f
osryrw..ahta. .otal with .. jest .pae 'or ,.a. EZ JJeuJ.
salt sue Urgovlng
Just oH 8R M patter.le..tilsllyla.de.ap.d tor... : : 12:30 p.m. & JaJr$4lerm
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paved --- --

y,i! jBE.rloiroHtfc rk.tfc,. Y ...g pool.6 saran FLEA MARKET AND You Boy A Truckloads el new toys, 782.3547
GROCERY FOR SALE BEST PRICES pottery, gift Items, giftstor
tows. Paul H.Pasds.rRealtor Egsipme.t .e.... ANYWHERE- Mobile the entire. family Public Invited To View Display 3 Mile North Ol
beildiag. ud I..d ASK OUR CUSTOMERSBelts AU new .erehandlaa) Of Mount. In Lawtey
J BR. bath.Woek house M I ....rtll". goes.KEYSTONE. On US. 301
Stork City Limits. Associates Home
-- ir... L. Faulkner In ilzcs 18 to 56. All 301 AUCTION

Ellnltll.J/ .51U In the finest leather. Sec CONFEDERATE GUN SHOP

CARRADINES '301 N. Of Starke 416 E. Call St. Stark
R.,.Re"E.t.te Br.ky Ell"' ;"'. .'J7' REALTY Fla.
.. 564-1826 LEATHER SHOP John *
V.4.1atlo. ,...E.-Pow"MLS...ke, Lewtey,Florida (loll HMM .UeWIUpd Gunsmithing *Shooter Supply

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Dec. J. 1977 TELEGRAPH Pare SB

Additional Teachers Hired To Alleviate Crowded Classes

order Spending money was the would be reduced from 27.23 to classrooms are being constructed Also approved was the purchase licks" that caused bruises possible construction and a fications would probably be Starke school centers, bus
of the
Bradford business for the 25.29 students.or 14 teachers for 354 by Vo-Tech car- of a cassette recorderand which were checked by t possible work session with the made on the$1.5 million dollar barn and administration

County School gentry students. video playback for Brad doctor. board. project.In building on a central switch
Board during a four hour The two additional teachers Lawtey still received attention ford High School. The school Aslo set for follow up by Approved was a final 10 per-

21 meeting monday night Nov would decrease overcrowdingat when the board approved will match $1,200 in state Casey was the report of head cent payment on a $88,326 other bustnes: board.Tabled was the
as the board approved an Lawtey and eliminate the the purchase of$800 of funds for purchase of theequipment. lice in area schools. Casey roofing project. Salley said he -The board awarded the designation of head custodial
additional teacher each for combination classes at classroom furniture for the Curriculum said this would make a final inspectionand
Hampton was the first he had low bid of$1850 for four piecesof positions at Starke Southsideand
and Lawtey Hampton said Casey. new portable. Casey Director Lucille Payne said heard of this year and there the State Department of gymnastic equipment for the Vo-Tech schools.
Elementary Schools and a The board approved the presented an appraisal re- the cost of the cassettes wouldbe was money in the budget for Education would also Inspectthe the middle school.

second portable classroom: at construction of another quested by the board for the $25 as opposed to $150 for spraying.The roofs. The board also $5,487 for additional Gave the go-ahead to

Lawtey. portable classroom: at Lawteyat value of 3.86 acres adjacent to each 16 mm film purchasd by approved final payment on textbooks for BMS carry out board action to

Superintendent Tom enrolments a construction cost of Lawtey Elementary School. the school system. The board postponed actionon $5,229 architect fees for the Starke Hampton Lawtey and execute a contract with the
said the increase in around $7,700 plus air condi- Casey said the appraisal done program has been set up for bids which were opened to project.On Booker elementary schools. Bradford County Health

at each of those schools tioning and carpeting. Chairman at a cost less than the $300 set four years and will allow the build covered walkways at the the recommendation of -Agreed to hear Department for$7,500tocover ,
justified adding an additional Arthur Gaskins said he aside valued the land at $60 a purchase of similar equip- middle and high schools. the architect the board ap- from three telephone presentations casts of physicals as for bus '

teacher. Casey said the pupil- was pleased with the work front foot for 400 feet for ment for other schools in the $40,000 is set aside in the provedphase sending specifications systems. Business drivers, and athletes. Gaskins (
teacher ratio at Hampton done on a current portable 24000.The property had been county said Mrs. Payne.In budget for the walkways. for 4 of the Vo-Tech Eddie Douglas, said the said he would like to review 4" '
would be 23.38 or eight project also at Lawtey expected offered to the school board for other action the board Architect Craig Salley asked Center to Tallahassee with the proposals could save about the contract before renewal -

teachers for 187 students. to be completed after 27500. The board asked approved a recommendationfor for time to study three types of understanding later modi- $200 a month putting all the next year.
Lawtey's pupil teacher ratio Thanksgiving. The portable Casey to check on closing a the permanent expulsionof

mn 1.. ..00$810U.tr rw.'OIQOIBII worn u.. .... '.." paved street north > of the a 15 year old BHS student.
school before proceeding The boy, who's name was not
Trail Restaurant further on a purchase.In made public, allegedly 24.6 Miles Of Paving To Be Retopped

other business the board threatened another student

301 N. Lawtey balance a payment for a with a broken beer bottle.

due of $1,289 for re- Gaskins said in another Retopping on 24.6 miles of road with one inch topping. miles; SR-200A from US-301 to plan forecast for the countyor
CIpIt:2; (! : t CtllitiC!;( [![ (LICIT[! nl Jc iQCr; J [!rem V pairs to Lawtey Elementary discipline area he wanted the roads in Bradford County is They had estimated the cost the junction of SR-225,2 miles ; secondary road building

to correct damage caused by a student code reviewed after a scheduled to begin within the for 31.7 miles at $343,000 and SR-18 from SR-100 (the and maintenance is: 1976-77,

Pillf IweltMe.. ) Spetf.lt' falling tree in August and student "cussed out" a bus next couple of weeks according including the 24.6 miles in Charley Johns Road to Crystal $187,000; 1977-78, $251,000;
Social authorized an increase of one driver. Gaskins said the to the Department of Bradford County. Lake turnoff) .9 miles. 1978-79 $257,000; 1979-80

additional hour per day for student was to get a couple of Transportation district officein The second bids were let $245,000; 1980-81, $254,000 and '
,,1 I..,,., 1" 11-! .... ....- Frl.vi work in that school cafeteria.The days suspension, but this was Lake City. August 31 and a work order Funds for the retopping will 1981-82 $266,000.In .

board approved the not carried out. This was the second bid for was issued Nov. 7 with work to come from the money that will March the DOT, '
,." C.U41 Pistil addition of full time tutors at Casey said changes to the the project Bradford County begin the first or second weekin be credited to the county from estimated the county had l'
ffltJ CklikmCMA .. Brooker Starke and Southside code could be made followinga commissioners were unhappy December. The bid for the the DOT. In the five year road $251,000 accrued.

Ffliay. NIGht b Elementary for the migrant public hearing but he ex- with the one bid of $431,681 for 31.7 miles of roads was
education program. The plained this was "appropriatefor retopping county roads in Mayof $360,000 or about $11,400 a
nut y lrlss hsih' 1I'11d' program has increased from this child," who he termed this year and asked the mile. SoughtTo
40 to 56 students the board '"unique." DOT to rebid the retopping. Scheduled for retoppingare Zoning Change

heard and would up the Casey was asked to futher The original bid would have : SRS-235 from SH-100
Trail Restaurant budget for that program from investigate paddling given put the retopping at $17,267 southwest to the junction of

$17,000 to$30,000 for tutors and by middle school principal per mile. DOT engineer SR-231 7 miles; SR-125 from Size Of Lots
Hours 7 A.M. 10 P.M. Including Sunday
Dally Upgrade
materials. The money will Jesse Moore when parent Lennard Gafford said his DuPont at Lawtey, to New

301 N. 782-3819 Lawtey come from federal funds said Delbert Brown said his son office uses a figure of $15,000 River 8.5 miles; SR-225 from

1 1IT, "6CIN81CII60881a8QDIIIC/11816D1', Casey. received "excessively hard per mile for retopping a 24 foot SR-100 northeast to SR-16. 7

In KH Club Estates

Wheels were set in motion at permit home construction on

the County Zoning Board 7,500 square feet.

meeting Tuesday night to up- However, it was pointed out

IN THE TRI-COIINTY AREA grade the zoning of some 100 by Daryl O'Neal of the Brad-.
lots in Unit 1 of Keystone Club ford County Health Depart

Estates to meet square ment that 7,500 square feet Is

follow Is a Hit ol 496 Lake Butler footage requirements of the no longer sufficient to meet,

PERSONAL SERVICENEED FOR RENT FOR RENT HELP WANTEDFULL telephone exchanges In this ?, ? Kns.y| Lake county's zoning code. minimum health department
area. The lots were platted in 1959 requirements for constructionof
TIME service station 7M Lawtoy before the county adopted a septic tank and drain field
CASH? Wo buy junk 2 BR HOUSE untarnished, TWO FURNISHED APTS. attendant, apply COASTALOIL 431 Raiford 964 st.rke zoning regulations and were where central water is avail-
and. tru.... JoeShaw largo lot carport utility rm, One 3 room ono 4 _..
care pickups i 'r CO.,190 E. Main Street 473 Keystone Hts. minimum
.. platted to contain an averageof able. The square
Petttt 496-2151 laundry room, 426 N. Polk. Some utilities furnished..
Ray .
or 4962829. 8/4 tin/dig .150/... tlOO deposit. Phone 9648071. IZ,. 2uhg Lake B.d.r.12/1 2tcng 12/8 475 -. Melrose 0 8.000 to 9,000 square feet. footage now recommended for
Phone Suzuki of Starke, 964- 12/8 485 Brooker When the county's zoning construction of a home with
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INSURANCE Ribcrd. 6020. 12/1 Ztehf 12/8 WAITRESSES Kitchen" ordinance was adopted in septic tank is one-third acre
help and ell... Experienced.. .
Insurance Agency, Farmers FOR RENTi MOBILE Phone 4733093. Itpd 12/1 1970 the area was zoned R1A (14.520 square feet), O'Neal
and Dealers Bank Building, HOME PARK SPACES the highest residential classification
.496-2101.Lako. Butler yard, carpeted living room requiring a minimumof said.Courtney agreed to
phone (125 deposit, 1125/month. AVAILABLE In Lake. Butler CLAY COUNTY IMMEDIATE I ,
10/11 tf/ch. Phone 964.7015.12/1 2tpd on Hwy 121. We win move OPENING eriuilirga>* 20,000 square feet. replatting the remaining un-
BABYSITTING In my home 12/8 your block anchor plus Read and Brldfe Maintenance Jack Courtney of Jacksonville sold lots in Unit 1 to a larger
for working. ..olb.... Phone _APT. three hook-op water and sewer for Need 4 .laberera.. 't REALTY an officer of Keystone size, but said he would like if
Mrs. Sally Crass, 7823141. FURNISHED no coet at all.just a mere S30 Clay County resident, Development of Bradford agreeable to the board to
private entrance
Itchg 121BILL'S large ,r.utilities furnished.. OLIN'S lot rent MOBILE single wldes only. unemployed for IS w..... er --9 Inc., owners of Keystone Club make them approximately
HOMES more, unemployed erdlaadvantagedt : f, Estates was given permission 11,500 feet instead of
SAW SHOP Com Inquire at 603 E. Washington Hwy 100 W, Starke 9645 4 square
pl.te sharpening. .service A".. Itpd 12/1 !06. tfcbgMOBILE apply I. NEWLOCATIONII' Tuesday night to advertise fora the full 14,520. The board delayed -
circular head., carbide, person at the CETA office, 205 N. TEMPLE public hearing on a changeof a decision on this matter
chain, mower blade. hollow VACATION COTTAGE on HOME Old Courthouse. 915 Walnut y' DI m STARKE, FLORIDA zoning for Unit 1 from R1A until a public hearing is heldon
country St. Green Cove Sprla ..
'ground and balanced. Leaveat Lake. Geneva available furnished. .,children welcome. 11/24 3tch' 12/8 to RIB which, under the Courtney's request for re-
Jackson Building Supply, .weekly. monthly .r lease Phone 9644114 or 4734777. ( 20 acres of good land with well, septic tank, eleci; present zoning code would zoning.. .
Stark .r Keystone Heights. thru May.Fnrnhhedv. small 2 4/7 tfAJMT. -* pole.Some of the) land tleared. $25,000. cash ,to t ..-.. .1 1 Iit'' .ether-'action Tuesdays.night .
tf/cbg .
BR washer/dryer and dl.b.w..r.No MATERSBULL
mortgage. the petition of James Wr
Phone 473-
ROCKENSTEIN TREE pets. FOR RENTs Large 2 BR. Quiette was approved for
SERVICE Pecan tr..., 2717 eves 1-373-75O1 MOB- frame house 1 1/2 blocksfrom Donne Attractive Well!t Drilling
removing. of largo trees Fri., 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 12/1 Mimosa.Drive In Ipvely neighborhood. .... rezoning 19'i acres on
top. 12/8 Main St. Bulldozer brick residence with 2130 sq. ft. of tranquil living Church Road from R1C to
Ztpd. Work
will decrease possibility of
2" thru 6"
of and Fla. comfort. :3
space. Perfect Blend nature Agricultural.
..d Increasenew
limbs breaking KrNGSLEYTAKE: Tpfr2BR. FOR RENT 2 BR, housetrailer
growth, yielding. n more .LR dining area, electrichitehnplenty unfurnished., located Large ur Small BR, 2 Ba., CH-A all the goodies on large) lot. Fast Rotary
productive nut crop. Free closets and between Lake Butler and.
.......t... Phone Gainesville cupboard space,oil heat,AC, Raiford. Jane S. Usher *Land Fill :3 BR, 2 Ba., 1650 sq. ft. frame home, CH-A, one-half Drilling Equipment MOBILE HOME

3737989. TREE TRIM. .lake. and. dock. privileges. No Realtor 496-2126 or 496- *PondsWILBUR acre US 301 S., $28,500, se to appreciate.The .
REMOVAL FERTILIZING. 533.29S2. 11/24 Ztpd 12/1 WATERS creak of a barn door: 17 and one-half acres 2
12// 9tpd 1/26 FOR RENT Two small btflese/ CB with bathroom. CITY LIMITS
3 BEDROOM APT. downtown i4-tf41 trailer hookups, 28x70 barn Pumps 'Walk fo Bradford Square
Keystone. Cornerof
CASH FOR GOLD: Sterling, downtown Keystone. Ap $25,000. Or Downtown
Lawrence and. fl...... W. Madison St. St.rkeOf
jewel ry, diamonds. coins pro* 1,200 ft. living area. Phone 473- 907. tf/chg' Ready to move in: Only a ,p.clalltuation makesthis New & Used --- --
dental. gold. Will visit you CH/A furnished with antenna TtJ-Mtt property available at $44,500. Handsome 480 sq. 130 Per Month

anywhere. Phone Mr. system. Carpet, ft. FR with fireplace, custom kitchen new carpets, SalesPartsService) All City Conveniences
washer and dryer.
Rltt.... 4751089. 12/1 Fire,Police Protection
78. Phone 473.2733 for LIMEROCKFOR drapes, fine architecture.A .
1229CRAVER Water and
5tchg 'Gas,
HOWLE'S CARPET E-Z TermsJPIumbintp City;
appt. to .... Lease only,
I RUG AND tl/chg beautiful builders home 3 BR, 2Vj Baths, LR, .. Sewer
CARPET CLEANING FOR RENT 2 BR trailer SALE SERVICE DR office, family room, double garage, pool Jo-Lu Motel

Good Most work front at room low prices.dining. Ideal for couple. Ray Powell 1 Iii y",. tip.'I.w. CH1A outside city Ideal country home 5,000. .!: 964-8810

room and halls. 124.95. 496-3377. 12/1 Itpd Allis E. TtfUr Why not have more of the good life
Iell/p Spdsl. New Installation
Phone G'vllle, 3789221.
11/24 Stpd 12/23 H VS SFORRENT i 170 sq. ft. frame home In town ideal rental.'
Largo 4 BR, unfurnishedhome LIIMf 12491 property only $7,000. Remodeling REGISTER
SEPTIC TANK!' A GREASE with carpetdrapee.Rent Orb

TRAP cleanouts, new lines, reduced to 225/month 7823172Eves Presenting two Important residences that are In- LP GAS
reasonable. Joe Forsyth with lease. Phone 964-7521. Claude Howle credibly magnificent on Hampton Lake. One Is Repairs

4311022. All .business soprsciated. furnished. All this In a tropical paradisecaressed ....." .308 S. Thompson St..
.. 3/31 tto/cbg TINY 1 BR furnished home. And Weekends Rt 2. Box 85-C completely : :
Rent reduced to 1130/Mo. by the lake breeze. You can have It all. Durranc 964-5888

with I..... Phone 944-7521. 11 10 4tpd 12' 1BRYAN Starke 964-5884 j ............... ........ SPECIAL..WUU
FOR RENT Itchg 121STORE Petite two BR home In Impeccable order with Income PUMPS & SUPPLY they last.
apartment or guest house 22500.

BUILDINGS! 2 30lb.props.0cylinder. ..
3BEDROOli i LE adjoining stereo previouslyused EI:B RALPH Handsome brick rancher near town on a large COMPANY .122.95

HOME .. GrIHIn Loop. for retail clothing corner lot Nearly new. So well Insulated the utility 864 N. Temple Ave.
Phone 9648816. Itpd 12/1 bu.lne... Looking. lor long- bill Is unbelievably lowl Woodburning fireplace :3 CASH A CARRY DOCK
Mobile'Home term .lease on ono or both. rp.t 1.)1 BR 2 Baths, LR, DR Florida room, CHA, enclosed Starke Home Delivery Of
2 BEDROOM Phone 9647521. Itchg' 12/1 Cylinder. a. Bulk Gas
with 2 baths, private .lake- Real Estate double garage. Available Immediately.Prime 964-7061
front. Year .round. Phone
473-4186. 12/1 2tchg 1218 MOVING BIG YARD 2117 N. Temple commercial property Tuck's Drive In on
NEAT FRAMEHOME-with", SALE SAT. DEC. I from Swan Lake. home 301 South. Also CB 7000 sq ft. building at 416 E.
9 ...... till 3 p.m.. 911 E. 964-8788
2BR 1 bath LR. DR. .kitchen iSouthgste Drive, elf $43.000 Brownlee A lot of space for little money.
wall to wall earpet.wllb.r. [Colley Rd.. furniture, OFFICE; OPEN ALL ----- I11rOt'Something
range, refrigerator.One disuse. clothes uniforms, DAY SATURDAY Small house Lake. access toCrystal Four acres with 3 BR frame home -2 wells mobile ftrtOtlT
or 2 small children, no many other misc. items. .:_ home site, outbuildings $76,500.
pets. Garden. spsce. Deposit Itpd SUN B.YAPPTMENT
required pay utilities. 782- Brick home, swimming Two story gracious older home on Madison In good
3279. Itehg 12/1 pool 158,800 repair with huge rooms and a beautiful large lot
20 Acres with. 2 BR house; ----- *
FORSALEHOUSE needs Imlsblng. Close In. Lake. Lilly 2 bedroom with a secluded back yard. Only $26,700.

home, 100-loot
TRAILER t heI..., carpet drapes Inclu. 5 Acros'wlth 4 BR brick 136500. Bachelor Special: New 1 BR CB homeon 1 acre In For Everyone
COMMERCIAL SITE Corner of Main. St. and S.W. 6th home cloee .In. _--- country completely furnished also, sleeping
.. Two-story .. in frame bldg. only 22500.
Avo. In L. Butler 8 lots Included. Only property present --- attractive quarters
available. on Main St. Has 4 bdrm. house on elto. Owneraliens Commercial 301 la city. on one acre. Clay County 24x40 24x50
cell. Will finance Over 400 ft. frontage. 134.000 Peace and quiet in Earlton,4 BR,] Bath CH-A, fireplace
to 3 Brl Bath
-- ----- will 3 Br 2 Bath
Price/ baa .been reduced.. $30,800. Owner consider financing. ,
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY ON SR #231 Appron. 100 1 acre to 100 acres. Lawteyarea. Attractive with 225 feel Furn t
across from RMC available.. Will ..111) 5 10 or Low down payment waterfront.Owner win sell Cecelia/: Terwi/fegor/ Furn. .
acres Owner Win Finance.Perfect for Heasing Projector owner financed. el Including, neat mobile
ALL acres. home for IB NEWLOCATIONI I $819012x60 *
Complenee.WORTHINGTON ---- 130,000 er 100- 10,995W0
Apartment SPRINGS l')residential lets plus. aporcel Now 3 BR, 2 Bath, CH/A. feel with mobile home for TEMPLE

el land 210 a 100. wooded and .....1....... I'ibletke oil carpet,on one acre wooded. 118000., Terms available STARKE, FLORIDA *8< I I24x70
SR fill. Owner Will Finance.. Neat door to W....'. Club. hit outside el elt,. ----- REALTOR PHONE 9U.7776RAISE
Low down payment. Perfecter SplitLevelHomo. ---- New M tile tine. t. bnyjroer
Terms. available. 20 Acres In Raiford area, small ......... 5-ecrs
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INCOME PROPERTY AVAILABLE 19000. Moat with termsivallahle. KITTENS 4 Qr,7 Bath
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JANE USHER ".l90J fnrniied: house on FOR RENT Fwnlshsd. qualified, 7000 II.,..., Building Throughout
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JROTC At Bradford High

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By Cadet Doug York Achievement, Physical Fit-
Asst.Public Info Officer ness, and many others.
by Elizabeth G.Walker Cadet Second Lt. Cindy
Phone: 964-6683 r I'R The Bradford High School Griffith, who is enrolled In
has a Junior Reserve Officers JROTC, is a Cross Country
The Strand Senior Citizens Mt. Morlah United Dinner 12:20: p.m. Evening r Training Corps in which runner for Bradford High. She
Jill meet Wednesday, Dec. 14, Methodist Church t Wed- Worship 6pm.Church P'i .irtE cadets that are enrolled learn helped her school make it to
I the Day Care Center at nesday, 6 p.m. Choir re : of God In Christ: : leadership, citizenship, and District, Regional, and finallyto
t J.E-All senior citizens are hearsal and Bible Study. Friday night, 7:30: Pastoral responsibility and it's a very State competition where
jvtted to attend. Sunday School 9:30: am. Prayer and Teaching. Sunday ',mss I j t big challenge!I she placed 6th.
[(Bradford County Branch Morning Worship 11 a.m. School 9:30 a.m. Morning There are different ac- Cadet Cpt. Chris Crew is the
AA.C.P will hold its Communion will be given In Worship 11:30: with Minister tivities in the program such as commander of the Drill Team.
gular monthly meeting this service. Christmas re Dewey Taylor in charge. the Rifle Team, Drill Team, He is a senior this year and
esday, Dec. 20: at New hearsal began Monday 4 p.m. YPWw 6 p.m. a.m. Morning and Color Guard. These activities has been in the program hereat
thel Baptist Church All inJrested Mt. Pisgah A.M.E. Jimmie Thomas in charge. are all practiced after Bradford High for four
citizens and mem- Church: Rev. Richardson, Tuesday night Bible Band school and the cadets do not years. He practices with his
Irs are invited to attend. new pastor for this conferenceyear. with Sister Ruby Fisher in have to be on any of the team after school every day
The membership drive is Saturday, 8 p.m. Choir charge. Communion 11:30: special activities, but are en- and sometimes when they are
\. New members are invited rehearsal. Sunday School 10 couraged to join. getting ready for a meet, they
J join and present memberse a.m. Communion Service 11 a.m.Ebenezer Baptist Church: practice on Saturday.
| 'asked to renew mem- a.m. Visitors are always Tuesday night, 7 p.m Bible s, The JROTC program is an The Senior Cadets (cadets
rships. welcome. Class. Thursday 6:30: p.m. elective course and it mainly who have been in for four
Dell Chapter 168 O.E.S. will First Born Church of the Prayer Meeting. Sunday -.---- consists of learning military years) feel very proud of our
Beet Thursday night, Dec. 8, Living God: Tuesday night School 9:30: a.m. All Sunday Junior Girl Scouts of Troop 605 dig Into breakfast furnished by McDonalds. Participating In the life. Every cadet learns to program and feel that they
the Masonic Hall on 7:45: p.m. Prayer Meeting. School students are asked to slumber party and eating are (I-r) Tammy Murrow Missy Grlfris. Vickie Thomas, Karen Klmutls show respect for his flag have come a long way since
wnlee Street m. All Friday 7:45: p.m. Tarrying attend a very Important and Theresa Davis. country, community, and the day they started. We all I
embers are invite to be Service. Sunday School 10:30: Sunday School meeting fellow man.Awards hope the program will con-
a.m. Home Mission 11 a.m. Sunday morning. Morning are often given to tinue to grow and become a
sent. Junior 605 'Works On
Troop Badges
Y.P.C.W. and exchange Worship 11 a.m. Evening During OvernighterJunior special cadets for Academic better program each year.
CHURCHNEWS service with Gainesville Worship 6 p.m.
Church, 6pm.Greater ,New Bethel Baptist Girl Scout troop No. Christmas ornaments were Those attending were: LisaBlackshea Proof Of Auto Insurance Needed. I
Free Canaan True Church Bethlehem Church: Wednesday Prayer 605 had an overnight on Nov. made for their parents and for r, Monique
JGod In Unity: Monday, 7:30m. : Freewill Baptist Church: Meeting and Bible Class, 7:30 22 in St. Edward's Catholic( St. Edward's which completedtheir Chandler, Myra Cummings, TALLAHASSEE Proof of Whether a tag is renewed at
Prayer Band Meeting.; Monday 7-30: p.m Tiny Tots pm. Sunday School 9:30: a.m. Church Parrish Hall. Art in the Round Badge. Theresa Davis, Bonnie automobile insurance will be the tax collector's office or by
Wednesday, 7:30 Prayer rehearsal. Tuesday,7:30: p.m., Christmas rehearsal each The Pinata, also made to earn Geiger, Michelle Hall,Valarie required at the time of mail, proof of insurance must
eeting and Tarrying p.m. ser- Prayer Meeting. Wednesday Monday and Wednesday at 4 The girls, with the help of this badge, was broken by Hamm, Michelle Klmutis, renewal of a tag instead of be presented either by in-
night night cleaning night. Thur- Senior Scouts Cana Schmidt, Cindy Winkler and was very Karen Kimutis, Tammy motor vehicle inspection surance ID card, policy or
ce rvice: Friday regular sday night Story Hour, 7:30. p.m.Greater Allen Chapel Patti Mullins. Betsy Yawn much enJoyed. Morrow, Theresa Ricks, beginning January 1, 1978, binder.
Pleasant Grove United Senior Choir rehearsal 8 p.m. A.M.E. Church: Christmas and Irene Wainwright, Following a full night of said the Florida Highway "If an individual does not
first andtcond Junior Choir rehearsal rehearsal began Tuesday in worked on several badges eating singing, dancing and Pamela Sams, Vicki Thomas, Patrol. maintain the required In-
urch Every
Monday: night Friday 6 p.m. Saturday the the L.A. Sampson Educational including, Art in the Round talking, the girls were guestsof Chris West, Tracy West, "The new law transfers surance coverage, the
Choir rehearsal. Youngult Usher Board (Senior) will sell building. Friday night 7:30: Dancer, and Backyard Fun. McDonald's for breakfast! Cindy Wlnkler, Renee from the inspection station to Department of Highway
Junior Every dinners from the kitchen at Lovefeast. Stewardess, Board The 19 scouts prepared a The girls have a big thank you Wimberly, Missy Griffis, the tax collector's office the Safety and Motor Vehicles is
hoir esday rehearsal.night Young 6:30 p.m. Sunday School No. 3 will serve. Dinners will spaghetti supper then proceeded for McDonald's, St. Edwards, Julee Wise and Senior Scouts responsibility to check for required to suspend all his I,
Wednesdayht teachers conference will be be sold from the kitchen by the on with folk dancing Senior troop 669, Mr. and Mrs. Cana Schmidt and Irene insurance coverage, either tags and his driver license..
7 p.m. Prayer Meeting. held Saturday at 8 p.m. Annual Young Adult Choir. Sunday which was led by Mrs. Laurie George Ricks and Mrs. Wainwright and Mrs. Janet personal injury protection or The smart motorist will maintain -'
ursday 7 p.m. Bible Study. church conference. School 10 a.m. Communion Mullins. Carolvn West. Kimutis, troop leader.Magnolia liability coverage," said required insurance and
nday School 10 a.m., Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Service 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. Colonel Eldridge Beach, be able to prove it," Beach
nmunion 3pm. director fo the Patrol. concluded.
Morning Worship 11 a.m. Visitors are welcome.

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== Brooker News u=-'_ WI AIhYr State Park Area ;i \

By Jeanette Prescott Harris, Pianist Elaine Mrs. Donnie Edwards of M

Phone 485-1715 Mott. Salt Springs on her way to May Reopen Soon If a baby' feet and legs are developing well, he doesn't
BROOKER BAPTIST Joy Markham served as Tallahassee to visit her have to have real shoes until he's walking by himself.
CHURCH Narator. daughter and family for
t play was put on by the After the play, the ladies of Thanksgiving, came by and Magnolia Lake State Park REGULAR ELECTION
Idren of the First Baptistch the church served supper in picked up her sister-in-law, /4'j in the south end of the Camp LAWTEY,BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA
featuring "The First honor of all the attendantsover Mrs. Eva Harrell, Tuesday, Blanding reservation, has DECEMBER 6, 1977
nksgiving," on Wed- 60 years of age and the Nov. 22, and took her to her been closed for three years in
"ay, Nov. 23. children with approximately daughter's, Mr.and Mrs. Paul an economy cut-back, but
100 attending this joyous ak may reopen in the near futureas
the teachers, who con- Emery and family in Quincy.She ----------------
ted it were Juanitams occasion.A plans to spend a week with + a Clay County public park. Signature ot Elector
Barbara and Blair track and field meet was them.
risen and Linda Harrell. held at Brooker Elementary Mrs. Ethel Russ attended a 4 Jim Pierce, chief of the \ Initial of Issuing t
children taking part School on Saturday Nov. 26. family reunion at the home of Florida Department of SAM, Officer
e: The children were sponsoredby her daughter, Mrs. Ernestine Natural Resource's Bureau of
the Brooker Baptist Parks and Planning said the
re-school and Kin- Pendley in Gainesville on -- ---
arten: Special Costumes. Church. Thanksgiving Day. state is willing to release its No.
"2nd, &: 3rd Grades. (Inns Visiting Mrs. Ethel Russ J. T. Parrish To Head BoardJ.T. interest in the park, and let -------
) during the holiday weekend the county operate it, if a .
Stub No. 1))
yle Starling, Vince were Mr. and Mrs. Robert mutual agreement can be
>inson, Josh Lewis, Terrie PERSONALS Jones, and family of Donald- Parrish (center) receives the gavel to chair the Brad- reached.Col. .
oIl, Ginger Adams, Susan Linda Tetstone of Burbank. sonvnlle.Ga.and Mr. and Mrs. ford County School Board for the upcoming year from outgoing REGULAR ELECTION r
rison, Bobby Adams, Ohio traveled by plane on Sat. Dean Russ of Ocala. chairman Arthur GaskIn Charles M. Gilchrist, LAWTEY,BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA
Lne Mott, Jeff Carroll, Nov. 19. and made a surprisevisit SCHOOLLUNCHMENU Also selected unanimously vice-chairman Vernon Par quartermaster with the State DECEMBER 6, 1977
Vin Starling Mickey to her father Mr. Otis menter (right) looks on. The board met In re-organization Armory Board, owners of the
dwell, Tina RaulersoWillingham. r,,.. Tetstone aodJus ,..n 1y. She .MONDAY: Bologna &: session Tuesday, Nov. ZZ, and set the third Monday In each property, said the board is
i ;-Deena Cox spent a week with them and Cheese Cup, tomato wedge, month for regular meetings. willing to lease the area to Initials of Issuing
Wlllingham Sherri other relatives. After not black eyed peas, cinamon roll, Clay County if the county Officer

rell, Robin Harrison.h seeing each other in about 2'/4 milk. ................... Servicemen ................. agrees to maintain it in a good
years, it was a very welcome TUESDAY : Hot Dogs, condition and continue a
5th, & 6th Grades:
surprise. baked beans, cabbage slaw, policy of not allowing over- No.___________ I
nme Keedwell Gov. \
Idford. Rhonda Truett They all had "Thanksgiving jello with fruit bun, milk. Blalock PromotedTo Airman Blalock is a 1975 night camping. ------. 1 I
Otis' Airman FirstMOUNTAIN graduate of Bradford High Stub No.2)]
lor. Craig Falstreaux Dinner. at parents WEDNESDAY: Sloppy School. [
|er Brewster, Tootsie home Mr and Mrs. George Joes one-half orange, French HOME, Idaho
tier -Sailer, Jill Moore Tetstone. Mrs. Tetstone fries, buns, milk, peanut Amy C. Blalock, daughter CITY ELECTION
Cheryle Keedwell reported they had ap butter cookies.THURSDAY. of Mrs. James H. Blalock of BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA
r. proximately 45 guests for : Hamburger 902 Butler Road, Starke has LAWTEY I
|h grades and up Thanksgiving Dinner. steaks, with gravy, turnip been promoted to airman first DECEMBER 6, 1977
grims). Everyone enjoyed the fellowship greens, fruit cup rice, cornbread class in the U.S. Air Force Make a Mark X opposite the name of the Candidate of

jete Hodge, Martin Hunter, milk.FRIDAY Airman Blalock an aircraft your choice
"dice Cox Randy Starling, Mrs. Eva Harrell spent : Sea food Patties pneudraulic systems repair- If CHIEF OF POLICE
y Hart, Joy Markham Wed. Nov. 16. with her and cheese, carrot sticks man, is assigned at Mountain _
I Tucker, Ann Truett Tinye cousin's Mr. and Mrs. Sam strawberry short cake, green Home AFB Idaho, with a unit 1
? Jeff Hill, Randy Lee. at Hampton Lake. beans, hush puppies, milk. of the Tactical Air Command. Vote For One Term Two Years



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t6 Mom and Dad lor a large portion oi their' economic support "' OWN BAKERY" Vote For One
advisors at' Guaranty Federal Savings. & loan look forward 'to"eioma "
Our savings 138 East
yOu plan a regular savings, program Starting' a College fund 01 St. Stark 964-5880 SPURGEON (Spud) MASSEY 1
Guaranty Federal' 14 easy and with,' compounded interest' by 'me' time ,_
your son or daughtei I!>.,,,"ady to go'to college you II be ready to end them .< ROBERT SCOTT ; i
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PageSB TELEGRAPH Dec 1.1977September ,

tl \ Property Sales Total $ 720,000 :<7.I ;- -( -:..- ._=i-: :. :A i I/. .

Friese and wife a parcelof 1 i
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'\ Horne's Restaurant of Starke $22,500.C.G.S. thence S 18 degrees 3530" E a a tract situated[ In the SW V4 of ]land in the NEV4 of SWV. q t wwY1"tj

Lawtey self twice in Sep ., Inc. to Robert L distance of 30 ft, thence S 89 S14, T6S, R22E, $15,300. and In the SEV4 of theNWI N ,,.Y
tember for $80,00 each time, Harris and wife, a parcel in degrees, 15'30" W, 210 ft to Evelyn T Womack and parr 18, T7S, R22E, $100. 04. rnmy 'ii p w ro .-
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boosting the land sales for that the SEU of Si, TBS, R22E, point of beginning, $500. James Leland Womack to John H. Van Eek and wife to n :! Ir ,
month to $720,400. Crystal Lake Homesttes, Devrick, Inc. to Donald p James W. Ritch and wife, Woof /. Ralph Vann and wife, 1.8 4 '1 i,
$2,300. Toole and wife, a portion of NWV4 of SW
The first transaction sold George W. Sumner and wifeto block 14 of original town of R22E, $43.000.Jewell T7S, R22E, and 10.05 acres in

1.I Horne's Interstate of Lawtey, Michael Dale Sumner and Starke, $12,000.Devrick T. Roberts to Evelyn the W'/i of 518,T7S R22E and .M ro I
Pla. Inc. to Palomarlndus wife the E 120 ft. of one lot 420 Inc. to Kenneth Womack parcel lying in one mobile home, $16,600. ri PRISON! I II II I
Park Association of ft. N and S 210 !t. E and W, Teal, a portion of block 14 of T.the W ,/. of ,NWV of SWU ofS27 Xcjtis.j

California, part of NEV4 of bounded on the East by the original town of Starke, T6S, R22E, $100.
NEV4 of SW/4 of Section 26, east line of the SWVi of NWVi $38,000. Ella Kate Swinger to VirgilF. tuY, I, -q R
, Township 59, Range 22 E of S12, TBS, R22E, and on the Samuel S. Lee and wife to Heinken and Virgil F. "'., 0 ,i t t
containing 2,099, and South by Bedford Lake, Warren W Stevenson, lots 18 lots ,
acres Helnken II, North 68 ft. of 4 :, r i; u ton
' with lot 120 ft. east thru 29 Lakeview, togetherwith
together a ,
equipment. $80.000. the ;
; 5 and 6, block 2, except ; ,
M1 and west 420 ft. more or less an undivided 1.21 interestin rightofway rw al's:: Vital! /
fibs north and south bounded on and to lot 5 of said subdivision North 8 ft. and except Additionof ', .' '. n n u 6 .,,, m11 ro ra wNr w nht
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property was of J.G. Alvarez s .
the South Bedford Lake $22,000. ; .,. ,. ... '1
from Palomar to M.R. Devive by and Starke in S28; T6S, R22E, .4,; .n.. ,, .1;
$100. Buford Hutcheson
Construction Inc. of Californiafor h 0
80000. Michael Dale Sumner and Ola Mae Rowe, a portion in $12,200. T. Bryant and wife to MW n
wife to Rodney Lee Sumnerand the NW corner of NEU of James Homes
and Country ,
In comparison with wife, the East 120 ft. of NEW of S9, T6S, R22E con- Town .T i '
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previous months this year, one lot 420 ft. North and South taining Vt acre more or less, m n i .
sales 210 ft. East and West, boundedon $2,000. r
January were: $890,351; ,.
Calvin C. Williams and wife
the East the East J, Wolbert and
February, $560,999; March by line of Jesse Jr.
$618.666; April $777,265; May theSW '/i of NW 1/4: of S12, TBS, wife to Louis T. Young and to Gary Douglas Daniel and
wife of land situatedin
$674.500; June $288,800; July R22E and on the South by wife, lot 4, block 2, The Woods, tract, a parcel 1-C Mount Pleasanton '0 ii}
$1,236.833; August $1,483,533 Bedford Lake, together with a $100 on YuwwY i' / i it
Lake '
Silver $33,400. 7 Y 777
lot 120 ft. East and West 420 ft. tl
and September $720,400. ""'
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more or less North and South, to William P. Brown and wife'lots .,
Prices of transactions are bounded on the South by 6 and 8, original plot of 1 7 a ., Y ?- ld
figured from documentary tax -
Bedford Lake, $100. Starke $26,900.Marvin Y
stamps affixed to deeds filedin Michael Tierney and wife to
the office of the county E. Carlson and wife
Joseph Gunter, parcel of landin to Joe J. Fields and wife, SW4of too' '
clerk. 11. c 'I
Sao, T6S, R22E, $900.
SEa! of S28 T6S, R22E,
Craig L. Sellers and wife to
September sales were: Charles S. Allison, lot 39, blockA except the North 100 ft. \.Y/ s'N IY

Beach, $12,000. 2 n n 'nyi .1 aoo nom' N :
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Gilbert Q. Crosley and wifeto Cress Torode to Irvin W. 'lY M Y ... Ynr i -( t' .' ,., t 0'Fi e
Anthony S. Lazarczyk, a Browning, lots 5 and 7, block 1W W/lIY rM N 'J / +
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parcel of land situated in the 22 of the original town of 0 r r i i ,.., n'N '.. ro: ,?,w r n n .
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NE !,4 of Section 30, Township Starke $27,500. n.
7 South. Range 22 East, u -w.,
Double Eagle Inc to Beck- '. 770 }
containing 6.366 acres, moreor with Realty Inc., lot 20 of : : \t looms. Y

less, $6,000.Longchamp. Geneva Creek, a subdivision, / -n Y. a/ I, a. :- 7r Luke ,r :.- 1, a 1 ha..... Y 77e.' r .
Homes, Inc. to Tat u X Y-
$4,000. n ,, 1 1 /u ,
ti\y u u a G tY. Y
John F. Gillenwaters and Claborn M. Hopkins and t1, Sumrxwn wr.

wife, lot 5, block 2, wife and Mary Reid Rice to

Pmebreeze, $100. Claude owls and wife, a
John F. Gillenwaters and parcel of land lying and beinga

wife to Charles lt. Boyer and part of the NE>4 of S36, T5S, :c
wife, lot 5, block 2, R21E. $6,500.Claude ,
Pinebreeze, $21,000 Howie and wife and + r J 771 /Y I
1 j?
Willie Coleman to Mary )' 71 l r ,
Claborn M. Hopkins and wife j -v /i /
Ellen Coleman, the E'!? of lots to Mary Reid Rice, part of the \ u' '
1 and 2, block 17, Livingston, NEVi of S36, T5S, R21E, ... 1 tt 11 u. n n- u/71C n 1. 1 I' ,/ :' 1 tM. Yt .P +

Truby and Co. subdivision, containing .95 acres, $100. eR00MFrRlu 6 ol+,. y Vb = ''p

$100.Keystone Claude Howie' and wife and 1 i N..+! ocr. .% 1 +tr n t n / .. ; w' mss.,, .t 7 f 1

Heights Cemetery Mary Reid Rice to Claborn M. N L/Tat I. 7751 a I, ,1 u t 1 Y q-i... I' R ,, ,r.W '..
If. Y.YY /n
Association, Inc. to Byron Hopkins and wife, part of theNEo 1e 77t .I

Bell and wife, lot 33 of :\ of S36. T5S, R21E thereof and except SR 100 t.rl t 1y
Keystone Heights Cemetery, containing 1.97 acres, $100. right-of-way, $20,000. IIw+MS R.
1st Addition, $200. Catherine Bell Dean to EarlF. wnxl s rat'' ? It M /rlv 1 n Y1s
Free J.W. Duncan, Mary W. 1. ..'"
G.W. Sapp and wife to Silvernail and Elaine W. Jones and wife, East half of Carl L. Johns and R. Lamar 6 sh ..-: ;:"--f.: (n5) (

George R. Sapp and wife, all Hazen to Gerald H. Thomas NEU! of SE'/i, excepting Shaw(Lamar Builders) to v +C' Y \

of lot 30S in Woodlawn, S16, and wife, W'' of NW'4' lying North 420 ft. and except South Joseph Lajoie and wife, a r "lr- Yl
T5S R22E, containing 6 acres North of SR 18, S23, T7S, 150 ft. 518, T6S, R22E, con- parcel lying in the NEW of u '1 'e tiY .,

more or less, $100. R21E EI3,7W.Merrell taining 10 acres, more or less, SE!4 of S29, T6S, R22E, *:.. <1'I .Y' ..,,.
Geneva Lake Estates, Inc. Dees and wife to 8000. 30000. C.R. Johnson and wife to t
to Charles M. Graham and Walter H. Johns and wife, a J & S Motel, Inc. to Gerald John E. Sparkman and wifeto James Frances Doughertyand James L. Andrews and wifeto e r L' t xr -

wife lot 24 Geneva Oaks parcel lying in the S's of SE'4of K. Ely and wife a parcel lying Lonnie M. Davis and wife, wife, a parcel lying in S28.T6S Darrell O'Neal and wife, lot r

subdivision, $6.000. NE'4: of SID T7S, R22E one in the S'i of the SEe of Si 6, North H of the NWU of SWU R22E of City of Starke 3 of Golf View, $5,500. ,e .t.

Eugene: F. Shaw to William acre, $100.Container. T6S, R22E $100. of NE'/4 of S21, T7S, R22E, and from the intersection of /. '
Marchese, lot 9, block 4. The. Corporation of Walter Williams and Sons, 34000. East line of Church Street in Robert Heisten and wife to ,

Woods $6,5W.Catherine America to J.M. Edwards and Inc. to Bertha Bradshaw, the City of Starke. with North Bobby E. Heisten and wife, a Wrwl '

wife, a parcel of land in 533, tract 7, Strawberry Acres, Carol S. Raulerson and wife line of NWU of SEU of S28. parcel of land lying In the ,fot ,il" f''t'''' ,
W. Smith to T6S R22E, in Starke, con being a portion of the SEe of Aaron L Twitchell, lott'25 T6S, R22E, run Southerly NWU of the NWU of SWU of 1 f r /.r,
Bobby Lane McLeod and wife, taining 6 acres more or less, the NWU of S2, .T6S, R22E and 26, block 22, Santa Fe along East line of Church St. S10.T7S, R22E, 1U\ acre moreor 1
lot 2, of block 1 of AL.Alvarez's $9.000. Shores, $15,100.Vivian tel ,
$1,500. 175' then E and parallel with less, $100. '
Addition to the town Walter Williams and Sons B. Patterson and wife to 1 : 1
J.M. Edwards and wife to and NU line 210' to a point of Paul Horvath ,
of Starke, except portion Container Corporation of Inc. to Ronnie L Sellers ana wife to Gary V. Vorhees and beginning being Michael Brunette and wife ata v /
beginning at the SE Corner of wife, tract 30, Strawberry wife, a of land of of SWU S32
America, a parcel lying in the parcel situated Southeasterly corner of parcel \Via NWU ,
lot 2 of block 1 of Addition, NW'4; of SEta of S33, T6S, Acres, being a portion of the in the S'i of NE',4! of S13, TBS, 1, East 22' Weller St., N. 105' T7S, R22E. 20 acres 35000. ?uN /;' I f1LYh'

$11.100. R22E, lying South of the NW'i; of SEU of S35, T5S, R22E, $3,000.Kenneth West and parallel to NU line Virgil D. Jordan to Diane C. 1 1 ,
Bobby Eugene Dyal and Seaboard Coast Line R22E, $12,000.Susan Coleman and wifeto 22' to NE: corner of parcel 1, S Jordan acre lying in the N7Y i1e ,..t r

Alma Leta Sparks, as co- Railroad 7.09 acres, $1,800. L.N. Wilson and wife, lot 21, 105' to point of beginning, of NWU of S11, T75, R21E ..
personal representatives of Colen Ratliff and wife to W. Edwards and wifeto Crosby Lake Inlet, save and ; .
the estate of Thelma B. Dyal, Martin R. Thacker and Eugene Austin and wife to Container Corporation of
Michael Gilland the '
and wife, a excepting Easterly 30 ft. f'A'.
to Alma Leta Sparks, a portion wife in the Louis Baker, Jr, and wife, lot America to Virgil Allen ., ..11I1. ".'
parcel in S28, T7S, R21E, a parcel NEU of thereof lying in 524, T6S, a ;
of land commencing at $3.000. SIS T75. R22E, O.835 acre R21E, $2OOC.Walter 4, in NE corner of Sl, T5S. parcel from the point of inter : rr
the :N\V'; corner of S25. T7S, more or less, 1000. R22E.containing 4 acres moreor section of the Easterly right- LuAr 1 ,
RoE:! and running E 450 ft. to Town and Country Homes of James M. Billrey and wifeto Williams and Sons to less. $13,000.Brenda af-way line of SR100 and the ,
of beginning thence S East Central Fla. Inc. to Walling to Rita M. South line 0IF. --
point ; Charles Torak, lot 56. Donald C. Brooks and wife, of the NEU! of NWU
450: ft., thence E 290 ft., thenceN Morris M. Castell and wife, lot Crystal Lake Homesites on Frey a parcel containing 1 of S36. T7S R22E run North 1
of NWU of NWU of S2
450 ft., \V 290 ft. to point of 9 and E'a of lot 8, block 2, Pine Street, $2,400. T6S part, R22E $9.000. acre lying in the SEU of S7, 18 degrees 15'30" West a : --I
beginning and containing 3 Hardy's Addition to the City of T7S, R22E, $6.500. distance of 30 ft., thence North II

acres more or less. $8.700. 89 degrees, 16'30", E 210 ft., I




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" >, Even in A Campaign to Save Black Bears '


The Veterans Ad-
Although the average the data on black bear as the ministration (VA), will makea
Floridian may prefer to do his basis of a paper to be writtenfor i special effort ,to notify an i i I..
black bear-watching within his master's degree. estimated 800 World War and :
m the safe confines of a well- peacetime-era veterans that a ,'"
fenced zoo, Ingeborg Hut This Is another phase of the new law may make them I ,
chison, amateur naturalistand bear protection program that eligible for automobile grants
ecologist, is determinedthat Mrs. Hutchison hopes to see s made to certain veterans who
Florida's only native big refunded, and she is doing were seriously disabled by

M qyy, lyr. game animal "shall not perish everything possible to call the + military service. .
from the earth." attention of officials, state and
t't'F1 fJ federal to importance.: Under the program, VA !
Mrs. Hutchison whose hilltop will make a one-time paymentof 1"
home at Lake Geneva is Unfortunately, however. not more than$3,300 toward i.i
somewhat of a a haven for funds-for the telemetryprogram the purchase of an automobile
birds and animals in the area. were exhausted on for veterans with service- I
+ y October?, and have not been connected loss, or permanent Ii
including wounded barredowl -
a renewed. Consequently, 11 loss of of both
Nt use one or ex-
she nursed back to health
s1wL tagged bears are now moving tr tremities
or permanent
after awing Injury, is around in the Osceola Forest impairment of vision of both
'determined that "Ursus with their radios beeping and to .
americans floridiana,". as eyes a prescribed.degree.In
no one on site to record the
the Florida black bear is data. addition, VA will pay for ':
., known to biologists, will special adaptive equipment if
continue to be a viable part of Florida's bear population, it is required for the safe
the state's wildlife and folk- estimated at .around 500 t operation of the vehicle. The
lore as it has been for cen several ,years ago, has now > VA will also pay for the
turies.It dwindled, Inge believes to --- -- -- repair replacement or re-

r r r all started when Inge, as some 300. She is convincedthat Like the mythical Dr. Doolittle, Ingeborg Hutchison installation of such equipmentin
she is known in the area, new laws or at least subsequent vehicles. I
"talks to the animals" her
Believe It hilltop ranch at Lake
or not, thll fellow natural
"shy and retiring" by nature and will not attack human became "riled up" upon stronger resource Geneva Including her thoroughbred hunter-jumper
belngl.unlell VA
aggravated by them. reading a story in the Dec. 28, agency policies are neededto horse Ginger; three dogs, one pony and a crippled The will make a com-
search of veterans'records
the few puter
1972 issue of The Bradford give remaining barred owl.
County Telegraph concerninga bears a higher priority in land to identify those
hunter who spotted a bear management programs, in veterans who may qualify
cub up a tree in the Osceola order to protect their habitat, will not attack humans unless the black bear on the wildlife under the expanded eligibility
" etriTcmiAlsHlB National Forest and was and to preclude beekeepersfrom aggravated. When map of Florida. More public requirements. The VA will
attacked by the mother while killing bears until it can threatened, or when its cub is interest would help the cause, then attempt to contact these
the mother bear
be shown that all known endangered, veterans and assist them in
trying to get the baby bear and Mrs. Hutchison believes
can become vicious, as in the
applying for the automotive
down off its preventive measures have
perch. that efforts
in The such as that
case reported benefits if they
are eligible.
.... B BBBBHHHHBi HHB The incident caused Mrs. failed. Telegraph in 1972. undertaken by citizens of

Hutchison to fire off a letter to Highlands County, would go
The bear has the highest In of
spite meager gains far in encouraging game Any veterans.with service
Shaky PlatformsIn the Water Florida Fish Game Commission and Fresh economic value of any Florida during her five-year cam- department officials; and prior to September 16, 1940,
game animal estimated at paign, Mrs. Hutchison is not others to step up efforts to who thinks he or she may be
"Wildlife recommending a change" in its from $1,000 to $1,500-and is discouraged, and intends to assure bruin a continued role eligible for the grant, should
Code Book. Instead
well worth protecting, Mrs. continue her efforts to keep in Florida history. contact the nearest VA office.
of r defining a cub "a
as bear Hutchison believes The cost of
their efforts to attract voters, both result will be only a devisive split in bothof less than one year old, of an the average electric fence is
the Republican and the Democratic -the parties. estimated weight" of less than only $125, and this modest y
100 pounds, Mrs. Hutchison would
expenditure effectively
parties adopted platform planks at their ,
recommended that'a cub be bears from destroying
prevent -
recent state conventions that are apt to One potential Democratic candidatefor termed "any bear still under apiaries, where the

alienate just as many (or more) voters Governor said, "If we have to the protection of its sow average layout of hives runs
than they woo. By dabbling in un- present ourselves to the voters with a of age." "If sakicub around $3,000, not Includingthe

necessary and emotional issues both platform that says the state has to pay cub bear and is sow still should with sow be,fully both lost honey, which will

parties have made it more difficult* for promiscuity, we're going to lose. protected from being average $60 per hive. f

rather than easier, for their candidatesto These are issues that should be given molested, trapped or killed," Mrs. Hutchison feels that

face the electorate in forthcoming careful consideration and then passed Mrs. Hutchison wrote.She legal hunting is not the basic

elections. through the legislative process." had several other cause of diminishing bear
The real trouble
population. ,
recommendations namelyA
: she feels lies with the beekeepers
Tn GOPs boo-booed when they overemphasized The Democrats sought to allay any research program to and the ever- I
the Panama Canal issue, adverse effect from their platform by determine the actual numberof diminishing habitat requiredby I
bear in the state, and to
placing their future candidates behind declaring that candidates of the party establish base line data on bears. "Every time a I.

the same eightball that embarrassed will be free to use or disavow the breeding habits, necessary woods swamp is cleared drained for or dense

Gerald Ford and damanged his 1976 platform, as they see fit. "The platformis range, habitat and food re struction or other develop-con-

campaign. Important as it is, the the feeling of the delegates assembledon quirements.Bear ment, the bear must hunt a.

Panama Canal is well down the priority that day," said Governor Askew. "To. hunting (statewide) new home." she says.

list national issues that-need to be the extent that the candidates want to by permit only, which will '

|'dejxfed( and <' &tved, such JTs energy, run on it, they'' can.-"; enable establish researchers annual "kUr'figures. to .most"The interesting black bear'is species one of the'of 4, t s" a l

.'economics, national health, and the North American wildlife but r
future' of the Social Security system. But if a platform cannot be endorsedand in recent years has disap--
Placing such high priority on the canal used by its party candidates in their -Effective means of peared or become extremelyrare

issue can hardly help responsible party campaigns to gain votes, of what use is preventing beekeepers from over much of its former
killing bear that raid their Fortunately; it still
.l leaders trying to cope with the real it?In trying to adopt platforms that will hives until the keeper can range.survives"in Florida but

bread and butter domestic issues that be all things to all people, both parties demonstrate that all known there is good reason to be con-

decide votes. have come up with optional planks that protective measures (electric cerned about its future status Cane Automation
will mean nothing much to anyone.If fences, bear-proof hives) etc. unless early action is taken to Grinding
The Democrats also tended to become have been tried. Trouble- insure its preservation for the
making bears should be enjoyment of future
sidetracked on devisive and contro- the 1978 and 1980 elections are reported to the Game Commission generations, the Lake Geneva Gone to the mule and the old-fashioned cane grinding mill l with its long wooden "sweep."
versial matters such as public funding of going to bring about useful debates on for trapping and restocking conservationist points out. and now they've even converted from the traditional wood-burning fire to a diesel oil flame

abortions "on demand" and the real issues, and provide planks that other areas. under the kettle.A .

decriminalizing the possession of small the candidates can support with no So far officials Concerned citizens of High- modern homemade rig Is being used this season by Leon Starling and W.II. demons:
some of the also disturbed
amounts of marijuana. In the eyes of the qualms of conscience, leaders of both Game Commission do not by lands the County threat, of black bear for their syrup-making operation on the demons property on SR-12S north of Law ley. The

voter-in-the-street, these are emotional parties will have to come up with more seem to share Mrs. Hutchison's extinction have petitioned for new grinding contraption was assembled by Mr. Clemens an experienced syrup-maker and
farmer of Union County and will out 80 gallons of juice hour. I It Is
abortionsfor squeeze per a portable rig.
with constructive than free concern over the
matters, about on an equal plane planks more protective measures
and can be converted from one location to another Mr. Clemons
the Panama Canal. The candidate who everyone, legalized marijuana, and plight of the black bear in saying: "This large mammalgreatly says.

embraces them will perhaps lose just as the warmed-over Panamal Canal con- Florida. Her initial letter enhances the interest
elicited a response from Lt. and wilderness quality of the Aluminum
many. votes:as he gains, .and' tile. net, troversy.Nye Col. R.M. Brantley executive natural regions of the state in
., # officer of the commission, which it still exists and playsa County Agent' By Recycling
; NTeenage stating that additional role in the ecology of these
protection of bear cubs is not areas. In addition, it is of Bobby' 'I.
'C urage' necessary, since cubs of 100 considerable scientific interest Notebook Profitable
Ir II pounds are capable of survival as the Florida bear is a Taylor f
without the sow and subspecies whose range ex-
-. have usually left the sow at tends only slightly beyond the Bradford County citizensare
the time of reaching this boundaries of the state. The If you are a 'livestock tension Economist, will finding out that recycling
"= A gang of teenagers from a.jniddle- :At that point, several gang memberscame weight. bear has also been intimately producer In Bradford County, discuss record keeping from a aluminum is profitable, as
f.E class, neighborhood in Miami boasted to the aid of their friend, beating associated with human I hope you will meet with us standpoint of the value and well as beneficial to the en-
E Col. Brantley also said, "We history in Florida, and figures tonight (Thursday, December use of a good set of records, vironment.
they had the courage to kill a. person, Simes on the head, chest, and ribs, and believe that the bear prominently in the folklore of 1) at the Lakeside Community
k and then went on to prove it by beating ,finishing the job by strangling him. Hisbody population in Baker and many rural areas." Center in Lake Butler. Union As you can see, this is a mini During December, the
and strangling the brother of a was then placed in the rear of a Columbia counties is sufficient County Agent Logan Fink andI field day for our livestock public will receive 17 cents a
pickup truck and driven three miles to a to sustain hunting presently; the black bear have arranged a good producers. All or part of the pound from Reynolds
policeman. < under the regulations that has been pushed far back into program that should be beneficial program is free and open to Aluminum Recycling Com
*r- remote canal where it was dumped, and have been established." He Florida's shrinking swamp- to both swine and cattle anyone interested Plan to be pany for their aluminum i
It was no "spur of the 'moment .,.-covered. with garbage to hide it. expressed belief that the bear lands.A few are still left In the producers. ,with us tonight. every Tuesday from 9:30: a,m.
y0 decision,' .but sprang from fc,\.well' population in these counties Fakahatchee Strand near the to 11 a.m. al Bradford Square.
thought-out brutal plan which"resujterj ;, The teenagers then used Simes' car to has increased in the last Everglades...but most of the The program will start at Speaking of cattle, the
X in cold-blooded murder,'such as those:'1 attend parties and socialize with neigh- several years and pointed out known population is in the 5:30: p.rru with a talk on swine Bradford Union had Cattleman'lAssociation a good pound Reynolds for aluminum pays 17 beveragecans a
that Game Osceola and Ken Durrance
Commission Apalachicola ,
borhood friends, but smashed the car production.
5 movie JV meeting last month. About and other clean house-
countless screensrcx'
seen on
have National and in Swine
r- .., v' personnel captured Forests Extension Specialistfrom
,into several trees rain bold aluminum items such r
during heavy on cattlemen as
fifty enjoyed a
programs* marauding bear (mostly at scattered locations throughout the University of
.Thanksgiving Day, and abandoned the apiaries) in these counties, the state. Florida will discuss general choice steak and a program on pie pans, foil, frozen food and
boy"'has'been charged wreck.The traced back to Sime that parasite control and growth dinner trays and dip, puddingand
{@ A 16-year-old car was and relocated them in areas production practices may meat containers.
It is believed that bear stimulants. The
with first degree murder in the slaying 'whose body had been discovered beside ,that have suitable habitat and still remain in the some 5.240-acre be useful in decisions affecting sponsored by Merck program Chemical was

of John 11. Sime, ,37-year-old Hialeah the canal in the meanwhile. low or non-existent bear Santa Fe Swamp in southeast your operation.his opinion He will of Company and the Farmers Certain other items in-

fi postal worker. Another'17-year-old' is population.Not Bradford. and northern probably market give trends and the Mutual Exchange of Starke. cluding aluminum siding,
JS charged with being an accessory by:,'>' -There are those who argue that movie Alachua Counties. They have outlook present for swine producers Fred Mueller, Association gutters, storm door and
one to be easily discouraged window frames, and lawn
also been sighted in recent chairman not only
: and TV violence have program
ina canal. detrimental '
of the body no during 1978.
helping to dispose Mrs. Hutchison years on Jorge Valldejuli'sSan arranged the program he and furniture tubing are also
5 ., and police said a number of other teen- effect on the morals and actions of continued her campaign with Juan Ranch on Highway At 6:15: Jim Pace our the Cardin Brothers of Starke worth 17 cents a pound if
aged 14 to 18, are being sought inf teenagers and such a relationship is personal contacts, letter 2l,- just north of Gold Head Extension Beef Cattle also prepared the meal. property prepared. This
stagers with the crime ,.. .f difficult to prove, of course. writing and telephone calls Branch State Park in Clay specialist will discuss beef aluminum must be free of all
1a connection.? until she now has the endorse- County. Bear tracks and jattle production. I'm sure he Thfs is one of the busiest foreign materials cut to
it! ,* According to the grewsome story reJ" ,But sometimes, just plain commonsense ment of all,or a portion, of her evidence of raids on poultry will discuss cattle nutrition times for our cattleman's lengths not exceeding three
\ the recommendations from houses about 18 and winter feeding association Members are now feet and should not be mixed
boy who knew overrules the results-of so-called were reported programs
85: ported by police, one several groups including the months on the CHH nerd health, and other topics preparing for their Annual with cans.
g< victim lined him to the boy's home while '_ surveys and studies by sociologists, Florida Audubon Society, the (Carter-Hay nes-Hazen) that should be interesting and meeting that will be held on
fsf Us family was out of the house, Other psychologists, and psychiatrists. And State Technical Advisory poultry farm near Theressa informative. Pace is noted for Thursday, December 8. at the According to Reynolds
..e: members of the 'gang were .waiting commonsense makes it difficult to Committee for Threatenedand north of Santa Fe Swamp. getting right point and is Lakeside Community Centerin Aluminum Recycling Co. "We tll
w there.. hoping to rob: Sime of a"'large imagine a bunch of teenagers conceivingsuch Endangered Species, and Valldejuli sighted a cub on his excellent in reasons for Lake Butler. paid the public more than
i $166 million for record
P? amount of cash. But the unfortunate a bizarre plot without a little the Keystone Heights, Santa ranch several months ago. his opinions. This is the meeting that million pounds of a aluminum 98

i2 '- victim 1 had'no money with him.. and put "inspiration" from hundreds of similar Fe, and Clubs.Shadowlawn Sports- and a couple of adult bears A free meal of chicken wives are treated to a choice recycled nationwide' from

::' struggle when the teenager her scenes they have viewed day after day men within the past two years. potato salad green beans andIced steak while the out-going January through September,
up a tea will be served at 7 officers give their annual 1977. The record collection
r on the "boob tube" the movie Another of
wallet. or screen. source supporthas popular belief
; knew took his #' Contrary to p.m. The meal is courtesy of report and the new officersare mainly comprises aluminum
... t come Jim Mykytka, and in spite of its formidable beingnstaKed.\ "
:' t several businesses and farm beverage cans. and the 98
associated with the National
looks the black bear Is shy
folks million included
f" Fish and Wildlife suppliers. These may pounds 2
Laboratory and
in Gainesville.. This and retiring by nature t have product displays at the The biggest activity that our billion cans. Reynolds is li
\ RfQi BRADFORD SO has been studying the possible agency 1 Community Center during the local cattleman's association recycling more than 50 percent
v DhTyACitwt adverse effects on endangered evening. sponsors is the Annual 4-H and of the aluminum cans it
I' 4 gili'"C'f wildlife if mining is FFA Steer Show and Sale heldat produces.
ntt., permitted in the Osceola f o, Extension Dr. Robert Meat Reddish Specialist, our the Bradford County Fair.

ttewat National Forest.
will be on the program at 7:45.: A committeewill be busySaturday' rry
( He will discuss; selection and \
'* '. C. tare BOB FERGUSON -JOHN M. MILLER Mr. Mykytka has been buying retail beef and the new' morning and December tattooing l fu r
3, weighing n
'tlos Publishers conducting a telemetry r /d
program grading system that graders entries for the 1978 chow.
,, fubl ed'Wch ThurJav and entered: M second pas Matter, at the Poet Office. at Starkr *a. unoVStark. which the with subjects black are bear tagged, in animals are using and carcasses.to grade live Thirty-eight 4-H and FFA, r ,li lOne
members will deliver their
Actof March 31879.; t7 t4 six month with beeping radios, allowing
bade ores per YMr' >
ubacri"tioIHlIteln the scale between 9
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