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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 8, 1977
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Christmas Parade Set Saturday, 10 a.m.

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Santa Yes.Claus Virginia, there Is a mistake, folks; not Mr. Surplus Property First places will be awarded basedon BRADFORD C00j
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Starke Saturday,Dec 10, at 10 The parade begins from a Starke, St. Edwards Catholic appearance. First place will ,
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Bradford Starke- new location, Bradford Church, Brownie Unit 127 and receive $50 second $35, and
County Chamber of Square, and will wind its way TG&Y of Starke: third place $15.
Commerce
Christmas up and down the main streetsof Also taking part in the
Parade town. parade will be the Bradford The parade will form at the I .
Strawberry Queen Lisa The parade will feature over High School Band the shopping center at 9:30: a.m. t tI
Mitchell will be an added 25 floats, decorated vehicles, Bradford Middle School Band and proceed north on US-301 to rtgrap1The tI'I
attraction for the older parade marching;! units, bands and the Union High School Band Walnut Street, go north on
". goers. Miss Mitchell is the other entries. Union County Middle School Walnut to Madison St., east on '.'
daughter! of Mr and Mrs. Signed up to participate in Band, Shamrock Pest Controlof Madison to Thompson St.> ,
Freeman Hegister! of Hamp the parade will be 4.H( floats Keystone Heights, Bradford turn north on Thompson and
ton. from Hampton. Lawtey, (I;County Hospital Teenage proceed to Call St, go west on ';
Chamber director Bill Green Acres, Douglas and ,Volunteers Piggly Wiggly Call to Orange Street, then
Wilson said he is "in dutch" Starke and floats from McDonalds Smokey the Bear from the south on Orange back to Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven :4

with area churches for scheduling Gatorland CB Club, Division of Forestry, the local Madison St., east on Madisonto TWO SECTIONS: ,
a parade on Sunday Hampton Christian Academy, Shriners Club, and a horse and US-301 1 and back south to the 99th Year STARKE. FLORIDA 13 Cents Section One Pages 1-12 !,r
I f after the wrong date appearedin Girl Scout Troop 605, Starke cart.Prizes shopping center where it will 21st Issue Thursday, Dec 8,1977 Copy. .Section Two: Page 13-18 I 1
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was just a matter than Local school officials talked extensive information on a
UIi1i some students hadn't used the test results over with the topic.In .
k. skills in three or four years students Friday. Plans are to math, students revealed
1111 !JI' and needed refreshing," says stress functional math morein weaknesses in determiningthe
f 7 .111 Principal Charles Francis of courses in which studentsare elapsed time between
.1. 4'f' 1 the fact that 153 of 299 Brad- already enrolled, and events: occuring at different
::111.. : ..-,,'J ford High School juniors who have some students enroll in times comparison shopping,
.. took the newly required state classes where they will have a and solving problems using
1 -r- literacy flunked the math chance to learn or review the measuring units such as
.:: portion. traditional program. metric, ounces, and pounds.
t1.Ti ; -c- More pleasing is the fact With 70 percent passing
T tmi .r w r r that 86 percent of the 299 marks in communication The test consisted of Iii
w I Bradford students taking the Principal Francis feels the items with 58 questions
,' a. : !Z t test passed the com- school system must be doing covering reading and writingin
I i ti munication, or English, something right in that the communications section
,f t i portion. Only 49 percent respect. Also making the and 59 in the math section.
i passed the math test. communications skills Students were required to
I iil Apparently, there is a statewide tures look brighter is the fact correctly answer 70 percent of
trend toward high failure that the first students enrolledin the questions In each sectionto
I rate on the state's new functional the Title One reading pass that part. They had to
I literacy test. Results program will be in the seventh master six of the 11 com
from the first 10 school grade next year. munication skills tested and
systems, mostly larger The reading program will seven of the 13 math skills
metropolitan counties, indicate continue to be stressed tested.
significantly higher Francis says. t
I passing scores on the com- In Bradford County 153 of Data on how minority and {
munications portion than on the 299 juniors who flunked the exceptional students faired is!' L
I the math. math portion of the literacywill not available. Principal

t'hrlstma'llilhts ablaze Kill and Muriel Wilson are prepared sponsored by the Woman's Club of Starke. :Mapsfor will be avail- An early background in have another opportunityto Francis points out. however
modern mathematics, with take it next October then of the students tested at
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the hristniiiH Parade of Ut'autiruiliomes, Sunday, Dec. II. able at the club house for directions to the river homes and
functional math being rele- another chance in the spring, BHS were special education "
from Episcopal Church that will be open. Tickets for $3 ire available
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r p.m. gated to the background in probably in March or April.. students and 23 more plan to
the by calling WU-AOIN. 1-57.15.. or at the door
The Iwo-storj home, built in IKK:I. Is only one on tour '
"} recent years is ,largely to The 42 students who flunked graduate early and go into the r
blame for the lower math thecommunications portion of adult education program. r fd
A .__-_I" .. rur' -. scores,'says Princial Francis.. the test will have the .same, Thus the..29!) students num- ..'>J
'Gracious Wilson Home At Lawtey' Open For T< It had been three or four years opportunity Students need retake hers taking the test was in- /j
.. since some of the BITS juniors'has only the part of the liter- flated. Francis says.
studied the functional sub- acy test they flunked.
Included on the Starke from foreign countries make lavatory from Spain heavy The Wilson's purchased the two-story house. Several fine ject matter asked on the liter- Students who cannot pass In Dade. the state's largest '
Woman's Club Christmas the home\ not only elegant, but gold frames, and white house on the dirt road in 1958 homes were erected there, acy test, he states. Many both portions of the test will be county 90 percent passed
Parade of Beautiful Homes comfortable with that lived in balusters. but itsat idle until they movedto surrounded by orange groves, students now start algebra in given certificates of attendance communications and 58 per- I
Sunday. Dec II. i is a look at look Bill and Muriel put down the 63 acres. pear orchards, and almond the middle school and aren't instead of diplomas cent math. In neighboring \
gracious living personified by Inside the two-story home their roots in Lawtey after 31 The house sits in an area trees. A devastating freeze exposed to functional math when the new law goes into Alachua County 91 percent I
the 44 j,('ar-old home of (Col\ you will find oyster white years of wandering with the that was called Cracker Six ruined the groves in the winterof after that. effect in 1979.Students passed communications and
and Mrs Hill Wilson on Carter draperies, white carpeting, armed services. lie retired as when Lawtey was in its 94.95 and some of the homes The first five math with sufficient 60 percent passed math
Road, just ousidc l.awley velvet upholstery and crystal base commander at PatrickAir heyday in the 1880's One of were abandoned by the questions had to do with credits to graduate before While State Education
chandelier. An enormous Force Base and the family the early more prominent owners who moved back rounding off numbers to the preplanning next fall can Commissioner Ralph Turling .
A combination of old and master bedroom, a sunken tile moved into the house in grove owners was George V. north some burned, but Ott's nearest 100th nearest loooth) graduate without passing the ton earlier predicted a ::10> percent -1 t.
new and treasures collected bath a blue.flowered August 1973. Ott. who built the rambling house remained etc. Francis said but some literacy test, Francis pointsout. failure rate statewide, he
students missed four or five Some students plan to said Tuesday the failure rate
such questions. take this route, he added. of more than 40 percent in
The fact that 85 students Test results show that Dade and Duval was not surprising -
I Hampton Water Situation Hearing TodayCarlisle were within 10 points of students who failed com and could not he .
passing is also significant the munications have problems corrected. '
principal says. Francis is distinguishing facts from "We expected some
Hampton Water.! owner a contempt of court hearing until Nov 15 1976 to make the Bruno was brought back said, since he was optimistic that study on func- opinions in a real world disparity In math and reading.
:Nov; IdA necessary improvements. into court in January for assigned to the Bradford tional math can improve the situation and identifying the although it's wider than expected
Arthur Bruno is supposed to capias was issued on Circuit Judge Benjamin contempt of the order to have County Circuit in July scores. appropriate source to obtain ," Turlington said.
make an appearance todav Tench had ordered Bruno last the
Cat'lisle s order after Bruno improvements completed !
i I'I'hursdiy, I Dec HI 1 IK'I ore failed to appear at the (October, over a year ago to bv December 1976. In January
Circuit Judge 11'ny nl' Carlisle :November; 10 contempt! of provide continuous chlorination ench left further action to the
ulcer his Fail iire to appear lor court hearing Carlisle: told and adequate water two attorneys involved. 70%
liiunos attorney.Villiam pressure in the 70'ear.old Hampton city attorney Bradford I L j
Watson of Gainesville; he system. Richard Welty and Watson. 49% !
would withhold action on the Vance Kidder an attorneyfor Welty filed a civil action to
warrant if Watson could give the state Department of have the water franchise
t't';' l lllUn) lfriL'r !some assurance that Bruno Environmental; Regulation;! taken away from Bruno, so I Alachua 91 %
would appear at "the Dec. 8 said DEK had obtained the the city can make the I
hearing compliance order in 1976 to necessary improvements.Watson 60% l
r force Bruno to hire an
Watson did _, make engineer to' install filed a counter 55%
arrangements Nov 15 for the chlorination and other petition which Welty has Duval
warrant not to be served but equipment to give customersof answered. As the case stands 86% I
he* said at that time he "couldnot the system water: safe to Welty is waiting to hear'from
I guarantee itn appearance drink and enough pressure. Watson on the question of 58%
fiMI ," Bruno was twice refused a whether Watson wants a jury Dade i
Bruno is being sought to rate increase by the Hampton trial or a nonjury trial. = 89%
!show cause why he has not City Council, despite s pleadinghe ; t
-'f complied l with a court order needed capital to improvethe Judge Carlisle said in Nov. :
"'" issued in October 1976. to svsttin. since the present he wants to get the situation 62%
improve the water pressureand returns were not sufficient to resolved as soon as possible. Orange 89/ 1
Thursday Dec lL to chlorinate the water in finance the needed improvement The hearing was the first he
Hampton Bruno was given *. had known about the situation.
L BC Library
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. '." . ,.. Bd Meeting 3 p.m Raiford Youth Charged With Beating Seminole 97%

Saturday, Dec. 10


I Christmas 10 a.m.Parade Lil Champ Store Clerk With Pool Stick Volusia 66% 94/

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St. Edward's Bazaar
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I BradfordSquare'a.m.4:30p.m. Eighteen-year-old Dwayne store company for about 10 robbery attempt reported 63%
: Edward Uann. Raiford area years and in the Starke area police. Martin 91.5
youth is in Bradford County for one year was listed in fair After hearing the Information %
Dec 10 11 Jail charged with armed condition Tuesday in St. filed by police
robbery aggravated assault Vincent's Hospital Ball said Monday afternoon County
National Guard with a deadly weapon, and at his mother is not in the intensive Judge Elzie Sanders ordered 60%
Meeting tempted murder following his care unit and is expectedto that Gann be held in jail Walton I
Dec. arrest Monday for the alleged be hospitalized for three to without bond. 96%
Tuesday, 13 Sunday night beating of Lil four weeks Gann was charged Nov 30
Champ manager Lillian Ball. Starke police investigatorssaid with breaking out windows in
Brooker Council :Mrs Ball was beaten with Gann was arrested by 14 separate businesses and 52%
r.30p: .m.Hampton the large end of a pool stick all city and Bradford County automobiles the night of Nov. Lafayette I 86
over the top of her head, her Sheriff's officers at his home 29 He was released Dec. 2 on \.
Council son Charles Ball said. Brownlee Road after a lead bonds totalling 56,500. .
1 p.m. Numerous stitches were re- weighted pool cue 'was re Starke investigators said :\
quired in her head but there covered from the Lil Champ the window breakings were
located the Farmer's the second incident in six
Thursday, Dec. 15 were no facial injuries. near Math Communications
"Her hands were beaten to a Market on US.301 in Starke. months and an intensive ;;
Santa Claus "sa id Ball. He added her Also located behind the house patrol was ordered Wednesday
BC Library Lands were completely covered with brush was a red night ,
crushed and it took doctors six pickup truck Gann was allegedly Gann was arrested at 12:20
lOa m.CoMfMT hours to place pins In her driving Sunday night. '' a.m., four hours after police % Passing 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 .!
.( hands Mrs. Ball will have The assault on Mrs. Ball' were given descriptions by ,
limited use of her hands, her occurred Sunday about'8-45: witnesses who saw a windowat i\

dljr (Cummuntti) son said doctors told him. Her p m She was taken to Brad- McDonald's Kftttaurant This graph illustrates how Bradford County students faredon Local school officials don't believe Bradford students fared ,; .t
Sank arms from the elbows down ford County Hospital for first broken with a pipe. Damagewas the new required state literacy test compared to studentsin too badly compared to the other counties illustrated particularly ).
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were badly beaten but there aid treatment and transferredto estimated at $2.700 for all since most of the comparisons are drawn on large '
AcMwill. N..IMWI*U.. were no breaks said Ball. St. Vincent neurosurgicalunit the windows broken the nine other Florida counties. Beginning with the 1979 school metropolitan areas. School officials here are optimistic that f'j .!
V.s+a.saswr..r.l tail. Mrs. Ball. 63. who has said police... largest ,at Florida Bank of year students will be required to pass the new statewide Bradford students can Improve once functional subject J ',
DelIMIt Lt/n.CI worked for the convenience No money was taken In the (See Page nil functional literacy test for a diploma. ? matter' "is'included'In curriculum' of all students

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Qtadyi Wooly Soci.ty trrIlory 64. 7608 Bloodworth The wedding and of Thomas Carol

Q & & & & W & & & & Q QWq & at Busby will be an event Of
Saturday, Dec. 10, at 8 p.m. in
the First United Methodist
Open House, Tour Of Homes Sunday AfternoonThe : Mrs. Bennett Honored At Several Parties Church Starke with a
r' reception following ..the
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I Woman's Club of Starke open. Those on display will {\Street. ,. will be the setting for "Open be: Mr. and Mrs. Paul G.,, 'L Tickets for $3 are available ,former Margaret Ann Nor between the hours 7:30: and Club of Starke.
1 louse" Sunday,Dee 11, from Brown on Bessent road, Mrs. "DY calling Mrs. Nancy man, a recent bride, was 9:30: p.m. were Mrs. E.L. All friends and relatives are
2 to 4 p.m. preceding the A.J. Barry, 1517 Bessent road, .Roberts, 964.6058: Mrs. honored at a bridal shower Norman, Mrs. Gary Bennettand invited to the wedding and
Christmas Parade of Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Autry Gladys Christy, 964-5735, or at Thursday night, Nov. 17, given the bride's grandmother reception.
Beautiful Homes between the Country Club Estates, Mr. andMrs. :the door, by Mrs. vernon Reddish Mrs. Mrs. Leon Norman, Sr.
hours 2:30: and 5 p.m. S.G. Denmark, 420 N. < John Reddish and Mrs Ervin The hostesses presented the Carol Bloodworth
i. Maps will be available at Walnut Street Col. and Mrs. Andrews at the home of the honoree with a gold pie serverto
the club house for directions to Bill Wilson in Lawtey and the BCH AuxiliaryTea latter on Edwards Road. her chosen silver pattern as Honored At
the five homes that will be Episcopal Church on Church The Thanksgiving theme a memento of the occasion.
..,. Dec 9 was carried out in the tav
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decorations In the party Miss Rhonda Bennett of 1
fall dried Lawtey entertained ata bridal { >}
The' Bradford County rooms including :
Hospital Auxiliary will hold its arrangements.A shower for Mrs. Bennett on Carol Bloodworth, I
annual 'tea Friday, Dec. 9, horn-of-plenty surroundedby Wednesday., Nov. 30. whose marriage to Thomas
from 10 a.m. to :3 o.m. in the pilgrim figurines gracedthe Games with prizes and Busby will be an event of
Have A hospital Conference Room. refreshment table. refreshments were enjoyed by Saturday night. Dec. 10, was
The tea will honor the Bridal games were played the 15 guests attending bet. complimented at a bridal p..
doctors, hospital staff and before the bride opened her ween the hours 7:30: and 9 p.m. shower last Saturday night
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executive board. gilts. The refreshment table was given by Mrs. Robert
Among the 75 guests invitedto covered with a green and Barksdale, Mrs. James i
call between the hours of white cloth and centered withan O'Brian and Mrs. Lee Sparksat
MerryChristmas 7:30and: p.m. were Mrs. E.L. arrangement of daisies and the home of the latter on
Sherie Starling, Norman mother of the fern. At one end of the table Jackson street. ,
honoree, and Mrs. Gary was a decorated cake. Games with prizes and
James CarverTo Bennett of Lawtey, mother of Among those attendingwere refreshments were enjoyed
the groom. Mrs. E.L. Norman and during the party hours.
Wed Dec. 10 The hostesses presentedMrs. Mrs. Gary Bennett. The refreshment table was 1
Bennett with a corsage The honoree was presentedwith covered with a white damask
and an electric can opener as an electric knife from her cloth and centered by a
Sherie Jean Starling and a memento of the occasion.On hostess as a memento of the crystal punch bowl flanked by
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With A James Carver will be united in occasion. candles and encircled with ., .,
Lasting Gift \ .
marriage Saturday, Dec. 10, Tuesday, Nov 29 a holly. Mrs. O'Brian presidedat .
at 4 p.m. at the home of the calling shower was given for RTA Christmas the punch bowl. Mr. and !Mrs Michael Lee
bride in Graham.All Mrs. Bennett by Mrs. John H. The hostesses presented the
I friends and relatives are Andrews, Mrs. Gary Buckleyand honoree with a place setting to Darlene Stancil and Michael Lee
invited to attendGeneva Mrs. Robert Whitehead, Brunch Dec. 15A her chosen sterling silver I
Sr. at the home of the latter. pattern as a memento of the
Tanner, The refreshment table was Christmas brunch will be occasion. Wed Nov. 11 At Grace BaptistGrace

...... covered with a lace cloth overa held Thursday Dec. 15 at 10
W, J, Gatlin green liner and centered a.m. at the Holiday Inn by the Mrs. Williams Baptist Church was streamers.The .
M with a crystal punch bowl. At Bradford-Union Retired the setting for a candlelight bride given in
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Gem Jewelry Wed Nov,19 one end of the table was an Teachers Association. Paul Hutchins ceremony uniting in marriage marriage by her, father, worea
arrangement of daisies and at Members are asked to bring'a Darlene Stancil to !Michael candlelight gown of
Geneva T. Tanner and the other end an assortment of wrapped gift for a man shut. Wed Lee on Friday, Nov. 11, at 8 qiana with a chapel length
William J. Gatlin were unitedin cookies and candies. in and a woman shut-in. If Nov. 25 train. The empire waistline
marriage Nov. 19. Assisting in serving were unable to attend the brunch, p.m.The Rev. O.D.Joore! and standup collar were
109 East Call St. The couple is residing at Rt. Misses Vickie Norman and 'members are asked to take Mary Jane Williams, performed the nuptials.The adorned in pearls, crystalsand
1, Box 130 Raiford.Mr. Teena Norman. their gifts to Mrs. A.R. Nor- daughter of Mrs. Alice F. bride is the daughter of bugle' beads. The wrist
Gatlin is employed with Mrs. Gary Grable was in man or Earl Searing to be Meriwether of Cocoa, and Mr. and !Mrs. Carl Stancil of length sleeves were edged in
the Florida State Prison. charge of the gift table. distributed to the shut-ins. Paul C. Hutchins of Starke Starke. The groom, MichaelLee the matching trim. Her veil of
were united in marriage ,is the son of !Mr. and Mrs. sheer illusion was attached toa
Friday, Nov. 25, at 5:30: p.m. J.W. Lee of Lawtey. Juliet cap of pearls, crystalsand
r at the home of Mr. and Mrs. bugle beads which
taken beforean
The vows were
from Jerry Wadsworth of Hamptonwith altar highlighted with two matched the trim of her gown.
A holiday regular prices Harry Davis, Notary, floor baskets holding peach She carried a crescent style
the service.
performing colored gladioli, champagne bouquet of W'pbben Abby
The couple was attended by bronze and yellow daisy roses, white Fuji mums and
Buddy Jay Williams of Starke,
pompoms against a ivy with streamers.A .
son of the bride, and Terry background of arch can-
Wadsworth. delabras and tree candelabraswith reception was held in the
Following a wedding trip to burning pale yellow church Fellowship Hall. Mrs.
Sarasota and Tarpon Springsand tapers. Fran Raby of Gainesville,
La-Z-Boy Reelina-Roclcers points of interest of the Ray Norman, pianist, and sister of the bride, kept thebride's
Florida West coast the coupleis Franklin Nazworth presenteda book.
residing at 346. N. Thompsonstreet. Mrs. Debbie
program of nuptial music. Gray greetedthe
John Andrews of Lake guests at the door. Stan
Mrs. Hutchins is employedat Butler attended as best man. ding in the receiving line were
on Sale Cadillac Uniform Mfg. Co. Ushers were Larry David the bride and groom' their

$ woo nrr Mr.instructor Hutchins at Bradford is Agriculture High Andrews Starke.and Wayne Normanof 'party.parents and the wedding. -

$ School. Mrs.Janice Savage of Idaho The.cake and, punch tableswere
Mrs Fallsr -Idaho.'attended -her-, covered with damask
Scoggins
'\ nm sister as matron of honor. cloths. The cake table held
Honored At Bridesmaids were Miss two candelabras accented by
Nancy Lee sister of the coral colored bows. Servingthe

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S 4 Jackson. were !Mrs. Diane Williams,
La-Z-Boy makes every day a holiday of comfort. just
44 The bridal attendants were Mrs. Sue Stalnaker and Mrs.

lean back and relax, or rock your tensions away. What ,, Randy Scoggins was gowned in floor length dressesof Sherry Muggins.
honored on Sunday, a soft coral polyester knit. The punch was served by
better way to say "happy holiday" every day. Now. December 4, with a baby Accenting the dresses were Mrs. Theresa Norman, Mrs.
shower in St. Edward's parish waist length matching jackets Anita Griffis and Mrs. Inez
the chair that is a holiday of luxury is yours at hall.Guests highlighted with macrame Faulk.
of honor included the trim at the collar and sleeves. Chris Lee and Beverly Raby
s-" the savings of the season. A wonderful future grandmothers, Mrs. They wore flowers in the hair passed out rice bags to the
r' C.R. Scoggins and Mrs Paul matching their bouquets. guests following the reception.The .
selection of in '
La-Z-Boy styles -
I Meng. They carried nosegays of couple is residing at
America's favorite fabrics can The hand decorated cake champagne, bronze and their home on SR-16 after a
inscribed with an appropriateverse yellow daisies with gold wedding trip to South Florida.
be in time for Christ- was topped with a babv
yours,
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in a cradle atop a decoratedtree
mas giving Come and was made by the AM. Legion No 56 Christmas
honoree's sister, Mrs. Theron I
r in and save, Hunter. Party Tuesday, Dec. 13
Miss Beverly Meng and
now. Miss Joyce Meng conducted American Legion' post 56.720 membership.Commander
games. Mrs. Kenneth Me- Edwards Road will\ have its Otto Siemer
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: Clure assisted Mrs. Scogginsin annual Christmas party on stated "We will have good
;; L\ opening gifts and inserving Tuesday night, Dec. 13. food and fellowship and no
punch. Mrs. Eugene Meng A social hour will be held long speechs."Veterans in the
served the cake. from 6:30: to 7:30: and dinner area are invited and urged to
Game prizes were won by served at 7: .m. attend.
Mrs. John Samons and Joyce Veterans and their wivesare Rodger Arnold Bob
Meng. invited to attend and join Paterson, Charles Schaeferand
Hostesses for the shower the Legion. Veterans must Commander Siemer are
were Mrs. Joseph Gissy, Mrs. have served during time of on the refreshment and food
Robbie Shaller and Mrs. war in the regular military committee.
Francis Meng. force to be eligible for "Past commanders and
their wives are expected to
attend and will be

'I, q chairman recognized.Bill" stated Haas. program

p. Members are asked to call
J.t. 964-6987 stating whether or not
Y'"' U they will attend is urged by
Joe Gissy, Post Adjutant.



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The Little Women's Club
Come Help Us CelebrateOur made plans for its Christmas
formal Dec. 19 from 8 p.m. to
First midnight at a meeting
Birthday Monday night.Invitations .
were passed out.
T It's A Fact You Can Do Better At .Saturday, Dae. 10 Vickie Norman, president'
presided over the meeting.
11 A.M5 Members will dress as elves
and packages in the Christ
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mas parade
Free Craft Demonstrations Saturday.
During the social hour

Drawing FOP A Free Gift Sarah refreshments Biggs were and served Vickie by

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r, ; 6NMARK FyR1V fUR Free Refreshments The next regular meeting
7'fp ,, will be Jan. 9 at 8 p.m.
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COUNTY: TKLKGKAPII.:
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tit Fine Arts A Crafts Published every Thursday
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F: osp. Employees Hold Johnson Children Baptised. Sunday. II t

Jeffrey Michael Johnson, family have recently moved Ooerun; Ua", great grandmother -,. christening dress was made
Christmas Party FridayThe 312, and Jennifer Lynn from Jacksonville to 1512 E. Mrs. Sarah Hammond for the occasion by her great ',
Johnson, seven months Call Street Mrs Johnson is of .Jacksonville, 'grandmother Mrs. West"f: ,
employees of the The auditorium was children of Mr, and Mrs Roy the former Sarah Lynn grandmother, Mrs. Daniel S. ,berry It was made', from a [
Bradford County Hospital'held decorated with festive Andrew Johnson were Hammond of Jacksonville. Anderson, aunt, and Hay hand stitched and hand embroidered EF
a Christmas party Friday Christmas arrangements baptized Sunday by Rev, Among those attending the Frills, both of Jacksonville skirt which had :!j
night. Dec. 2, at the Woman's complete with a lighteaChristmas George L Harper at the First baptism were four and Bettie Agner of Perry, belonged to her great, great I U
Club of Starke. tree on the stage.A United Methodist Church. generations of the family: Fla, aunt, Eloise Bacon of Doerun J JGa. I'
buffet supper was served Mr.. and Mrs. Johnson and Mrs W.H. Westberry of Jennifer's long white some 60 years ago.. (i
R in the sunroom from 7 to 9 _. __ __ ___ __ ___
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,Junior ClubChristmas p.m. from a table covered .& EJQQ wl1 w;] &' Q w'A with a red linen cloth and
Party centered with an arrangementof 1
red and white poinsettias. ;
Employees and guests were DAHMER'S DISCOUNT i
Wed.
Dec. 14 seated at tables covered with
red cloths and centered with
The Junior Womans Club red candles. ta 112 E. Call St. 964-7923
made plans for their From 9 p.m to 1 a.m. (9 y
Christmas Party for indigent dancing was enjoyed with .QG.
children on Wednesday, Dec. music provided by the 1980 Has A Gift ForEveryone rw .
14, at 3 p.m. at the Women's Earth Band from Jackson- &
Club ville. 4

r Also at the meeting Monday Door prizes were given out
r 1 ? night at the home of Mrs. throughout the evening and a &
Jerry Wilson plans were made dance contest held.
.. for the Breakfast With Santa The 95 enjoying the affair .Q
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Christie Redding shows off Jewelry from local stores to Dr. Dee 17, at 9:30: a.m. at husbands wives and dates. & In The +
and !Mrs. Pete Felos. Williams Jewelry had a 110,000 ring on the Women's Club. Family
display but samples of rings, bracelets and necklaces also sold Tickets will be $1.50 ad-
for as! little as$20.Fashion show patrons were altered 30 percent vance and $1.75 at the door. k.tJ w
off the list price. Breakfast will consist of CarpetingKEN

Fashions ModeledAt be and pancakes available orange and juice for syrup mothers Coffee, bacon The will & CHECK OUR ..LARGE STOCK ER/V '

Juniors will also be having a
McDonald'sModels cake sale on Saturday.Dec. 10 &
at 9:45: a.m. during the paradeat TifTlE
the parking lot off of Call I) 4
from six Starke Street at the entrance to the KEN TEAL 3
stores exhibited fashions old Community Bank. &
jewelry, and accessories at a The Juniors thank theowner's FORt
first of its kind of fashion show "'
of Piggly Wiggly CREDIT I
HOLIDAY
Tuesday night at McDonald's.Some Store in Starke for their -
45 local residents donation of the meat gift COLOR ,
gathered and were augmented certificate that was providedfor When you have decided \.LSTENING.; .Q
by fast.food customers who on the color of carpet that =
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the basket TO
Thanksgiving MAKE YOUR 1
watched the fashion show The la right for you be sure ;; .;.
that the club donated .
to
a '
that have considered
idea came Dallas from McDonald'sowner Mayo, to needy family during the these you actors before g SHOPPING EASY ': ,.. ift =
Thanksgiving holiday. buying. Remember th.1tbe
provide ideas for Christmas The Club will have their light source o(a carpet 4
gifts for that special lady The annual Christmas party for showroom and the room ( t:
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show was coordinated by -- members on Saturday, Dec. ,into which the carpet will g :
McDonald's activities : r 10,at 7 p.m. at the home of Mr, go. can be drastically
different. Check swatch 8 Track
representative Betty Allen. a
and Mrs. Robert Autry at
In the that la In the
light
Master of Ceremonies
wasMcDonald's Country Club Estates room In your home and seeR t STEREOS >
Mullins\ manager Jim Members are urged to attend. It has a different erred(( Tapes -i :
on the tone or shade of .
Participating stores were .
your carpet.Color & :
Williams Jewelry, Wo(1(). Rev. C. R.SwartzHonored .. ia Important aa far 32" 4S
burn's Gem Jewelry, Luzier aa the decor .o( your room = Long Playing Records
Cosmetics, Stan's Bootery On \U concerned also. A loud
TG&Y. and Leila's. color or a softer color 8 TRACKS p0 IW
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Models were little Deanna Dec. 4
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the ed.tlDg.olore In the !
Waters, Christie Heckling
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White, from Leila'sMartha room. Watches
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Rev Charles R. Swartz was dyeing techniques -
Kay Smith from honored at carpets are now Super Powered-
a surprise birthday
Stan's Bootery, and l.ee Ann
more widely available In a
Dampier, Barbara Manning party Sunday in the Madison greater range of combinations By
and Ronnie Murray from Street Baptist Church of hues and tones. t Speakers 4
TG&Y. Fellowship Hall given by the ..Color la vital to the
McDonald's served free congregation beauty of your carpet, be 95 i Times, Westclox
$169
The Hall was decorated in sure before you buy. See Car or Cassettes Waltham
coffee to those attending. Tapes :J
the Christmas theme, The ua today for a wideelection $1595
refreshment and gift tables of colors (for your .
Class were covered with lace cloths carpet needa.Teal t ",' & Up ,
Trip red linen Two '
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A class trip to Disney World highlight of the refreshment was topic of discussion at a table. Christmas greenery FUQUAY'S CARPET. & And Models ", <$ .
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Nov.28 meeting of the Parf-nts encircled the punch bowl CLEANINGPROFESSIONAL t \ '\ '
Organization of the Ki i.. >th Approximately guests L- Make Your Own 'f
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raise money for the trip were Lucy While drew raves! I
also discussed. The organiza from the imlieiue modeling( 964-8596 & I
tion will be raffling a CB radioin tliisusualt PHoning outfit from 43S :
time for it to be a Christmas. Lei la's.
gift Tickets will be $1 each. I 10% t CHECK OUR SELECTION OF MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS a}
The group will also be selling 4Jk.
chances on a $25 gift certificate Discount
from a local grocery 1'>"\'1IUM'YI' u knife or Maine they say if a cat & &W & & a&9a & QW W &' i
othfi ol> it inlet 11 toaster\ Is
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store; tickets will cost ;50;
cents. when I the toaster 1 Is plugged/ l in, looking for rain. -- -

Parents present Nov. 28
were Jean Hoznowski, Linda
Tatum Robert and Jean

Shannon, Betty Tennell, Ann ; ,,
Craft Joyce Chambers. : S i
School administrators present
were Assistant Principal \ '
Myrna Lou Rahn and Principal r t. . / ( j
Jesse Moore. 1
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Christmas Concert To Presented .. '..,MidgetChe. :, !r leaders.Have. Cookout .. ..PeapleYnuKnaur .!" :...Mr.._nd...M.-Wa r""-'Jft4Il'drmt.ElwMCJm1iel.Io: -
[ thefmidgetcheerleaders Carver Bill Haas, Mr;. Freda runs't'I, k. Ga.
The mothers.oX. Ung'.in 8ervln
B Went Griffis and Ella vCre' ylverr tht guests
for the Starke Mrs. Joan Chitty, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Genevarof Mrs. M4ry; rid j
Mrs.
Saturday By Bradford Choral Dept.The Cow boy's football team gave aendofthe Harriet B1'8" and Mrs. Ann Orlando ,were Saturday Watterson; ,) StabUitatiooConservatiorV the'Agrfcultur X_ Mr L, end Mrs." ,II Gilbert
season cookout Ibeste. visitors of Mr.and Mr ,W. L -;tdldwit .: ,

Bradford -Choral- from the public in the past, ensembles is -Miss Cindy, Saturday.Dr. and Nov.Mrs.. 19,,J.at the.E.. 'homed .Den- The midget cheerleaders Thomas at Daytona\ Services Beach: conference last ., (...Tesbirittl! : 'tihd.mvent.

Department will present its said McRae. Canova. mark. ; are: Karen Chitty. Deborah Mr. and Mrs.Don Joiner of Wednesday to Ftid!v. lr.beeOrtp'rFlaridaTRegional\ '
second annual Christmas Three ensembles make up Ticket price is $1.50 for Team m t'bers. Brenda Johnsv Stacey Denmark Port Charlotte are Thursday '
concert Saturday night Dec. the high school segment of the adults and 75 cents for Stroud and Helen Wright werepresented Sadie McDuffie. Susan overnight guests of Mrs. L.D. Randy' Chitty ;of"' JSiarke\" Hospital, : -
10, at 8 p.m. in the Bradford Choral Department. The students, said McRae. He with chambracelets Alvarez, Kathy GiUingham Vicing. Robert "NcNeat!; "of 'Cape '
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High School auditorium under beginning high school group added the group is looking for their l assistance Kim Rieske.Mary Wright and Canaveral and Jim Miters of Mr and Mr$. Aaron tfalidel
t the direction of WilliamI will perform four selections forward to a large audience. during the,season. Khandice Stroud. Mr. and :Mrs. W.L,,Thomas Cape Cod:Mass:, 'students at 'oi Miami spent the'weekend
I McRae from popular, classical and visited Mr. and Mrs. Ernest the University 'of' South with their son-in-Idpr and
I The Choral Department jazz areas. Conner Keystone Florida, spent the weekend daughter.W.'and Mrs: Harry,
made up of nearly :200! singers The Concert Chorus has Linda Johnson, ;Jj'l/o Sunday afternoon. Heights with' Mrs. ":Joan Chmy"! and Gruenlsnd'Jamtly.\ : .I t'
from grades 6-12 singing In doubled in size and the level of < family.Mrs.
four separate ensembles performance is vastly improved Lloyd Thornton v>BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Loran L. Mr. and Mrs. V.J. Spenglerand GladysVeldori has ,BMS'Banil: Concert
under the direction of McRae. over last year's group Vernon Parmenter at-
choral director at BHS and which was a real highlight Wed Dec. 5 Mr and' !Mrs. Michael Conner Monday afternoon d Leesburg were tended a school board conference returned after two )months 'Set Friday Night(
BMS said McRae. visitors of visit with her sonlrv-law and ,
Pittman of Lake Butler announce his sister, Mrs. F J. Shaw. in St Petersburg 'Mr; and Mrs.: C. N. : r '
The middle school Chorus is The Bradford Pop Ensemble Linda Lorraine Johnson and the' birth of a Thursday to Saturday.Rev. daughter 'The annual 1 .Christmas
made of 94 from is a of talented both of Patrick in West Florida:
singers
up group Uoyd Thornton Katie ElIZabeth. concert ,bv .Uie.( Bradford
grades six and eight singing musicians from the concert Starke. were united in born daughter.Nov. 28 in Alachua and Bobby Mrs.Patterson son of Mr. and Mrs Jack Flynn Middle School' Band is set
popular and Christmas chorus which perform more marriage Monday Dec.: 5. m General Hospital. R.E. Patterson, has spent Nov. 20-29 with their Mrs, Myrwin J. Long of tomorrow-night (/Friday,.Dec.
returned
favorites. This difficult selections after completing son-in-law and Starke Mrs. D C Forehand of .
group has avery jazz Kingsland. Ga. is daughter Mr. 9) at 7.30 In.theBMS, i
Maternal grandmother basic and p.m.
large and exciting sound McRae said.Accompanist. The couple is residing on of training and AlT and Mrs. Frank Cogdell in Albany Ga. Mrs. J.W.
Lovelace
A.
Dean
which has received raves for all the Griffis Loop Mrs. schooling for National Guardat North AtUeboro, Mass. Jackson of Baconton, Ga. gym.
Brooker and the late Reed E. Fort Leonard Wood .
from spent Nov. 25-Nov 29 visiting .
is self band, the
Mr. Thornton a
tC tC employed contractor. Lewis.Mr.Paternal and grants Aug. 28-Dec 2. Mrs. Robbie Shaller visited Dr. and Mrs. T.W. Stiegler in intermediate The beginning band. and the
are
Mr. and Mrs. Ogden Bates in Lighthouse Point and Mr and advanced band.will all
Pittman of Lake Butler. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. David and BMS: .
A MALLARD'S: f.jt John Crews Jacksonville last Friday. Long family
r PLICATE BRIDGE ................ and Mrs. Doris Lamb visited Friends will regret to hear in Coral Springs.Dr. be on the program.,

:t For Christmas Values :j jt CLl'BRESl'LTSTieing for Mr andlrs. Gene Ivey Jr. Six Gun Territory Silver Mrs. Bates broke her right There >will be a clarinet
first place at of Eugene. Oregon announcethe Springs and Ocala on arm in a fall at home last and Mrs. RE Dcpson by
Duplicate Bridge Tuesday Saturday and Sunday. week. and son. Christopher spent the quartet performance
:%t Gifts For Boys & Girls night were Mrs. S.W. birth of a son. Matthew weekend with Mr and Mrs. Randy Parado Tammy
Hamilton and Mrs. George, born Nov. 30. Starling Rhonda Tillman,and
F.J. Robert
Shaw at their
., Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Lawson Robin Chism visited his Dopson new
and Mr and Mrs. Ed Wain- home on the St Johns River in Rennie Lennon.
r' brother-in-law and sister, Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Hardy of were in Aubumdale on Jeff Powell will perform a
Lora .
YlheelGoods right Francis and Palatka.An
and Mrs. Herbert Johnson in
Ii f./j Hilda De Starke. Tuesday visiting relatives.Mrs. saxophone solo.
second
: > were and
Tallahassee last
Children Jeff Wrenshall and EvaMalhewson Tuesday to hoi the Tickets are$1 for adults, 50
For old manuscript
Friday.
R.P.
; McLendon
: spent for students
cents
s. e. were third Friday to Tuesday at Temple crazy idea that flour of daffodil
Terrace her Frank Mitchell d Lakeland !is a cure for madness.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles visiting sister,
'l, Pant Suits :J //jo ,,, 1II Harper d Starke announce Mrs. C. R. McDonell and two and spent Mrs.the Lester weekend Crews.with Mr. l ............ .- .- .--..--.---.- --- -
the birth of William sons.
INOI AfflOlt to Ktfitontl a son
", Charles, born Nov 24
4 f./j Mrs J.E. Hardy is returning Grandparents are Glenn Local admittances to At this Christmas season let us
1 (\X Gowns & Robes today Thursday, after a Crews of Keystone Heightsand Bradford County Hospital this NOTICE pause and take time to offer thanks to
weeks visit with her son-in- Jean Griffin of Wauchula week include: Mrs. Gertrude God for our blessings. And to
law and daughter Mr. and Great grandmother is Mrs.C McBride,Mrs. Nancy Eunice, .lev*.* Smith .ha> mad ap- many
yy' FOR LADIES ...L" :; Mrs Gene hey, Jr. and sons .R Crews of Lawtey. Julius Eunice and Arthur picatnn to the Bradford County praise Him for the freedom we enjoy
in Eugene. Oregon.L.L ..... Miller of Starke; and Mrs. zoning Board far redanfficatKin living in the United States of America.We .
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Mildred Sutherby of Keystone d the property described below
| MALLARD'S 5&10 Conner is convalescingat Mr and Mrs B.F. Williams Heights.Mr. from R1A to OR Twenty Fiva hope you and your loved ones
the home of his soninlawand otCurrieN.C: were Thursdayto ((25)) acre located |just North-
il3ECaHSt. Lawrence Btvd daughter. Rev. and Mrs. Monday guests of Mr. and and Mrs. W.J. Spengler west d Gty limits on right d have the best during this Holiday season.
tft Gene Peterson in Lake City Mrs. Mack Williams. They aU of St. Augustine were Sunday State Road 229 (Browrie Rd.)
b% 964.5640 Starke 473.4076 Keystone t9 following several weeks visited Mr, and Mrs. Charles visitors of Mr. and Mrs. VJ m Section 20 Townahp 6Souk
hospitalIZation. McQuaig and family in Spengler. Range 22 East Parcel Many thanks to our many friends for
iI) Waycross Ga: on Sunday. 2340 to use for normal their confidence in us during the past J

Agrioutture operation.mm jear.DeWitt .
change m classification is
subject to a P'bicflg' to be
held on Tuesday December 27,
C. Jones'
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LAWTEYby ..... IIMr.
CHURCH a 2 & 3 mile at Starke place plaque was brought
ACTIVITIES run on
Mrs. and and Mrs. G.W..Jackson her parents !
Monday, December 5. home In beef Judging by Henry' Hodges Mr. and Mrs. ;
Church of God- The Lawtey basketball Brand! Herndon, Bruce Ellaallleth Terry family of Jax. visited with their Lester Walker and family.
Sunday Mrs. Wendell Sanders and daughter, Mrs. Wendall Joe Napier of New Orleans
School 10 a.m., teams participated in a Howard and Kenneth Howard. Phone 782-3330
Services 11 a.m. and Worship 6 tournament on Thursday at These are believed to be the children went to Jax. and Sanders and children, on La.spent the weekend with his i'
Prayer Meeting p.m., Starke Elementary school. first participations by ,nesday morning. Church had a Fellowship were Thanksgiving dinner Wednesday Nov. 30. In-laws Mr. and Mrs. B.L. I
Wednesday 7 The Bradford Supper on Wednesday night guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Celita Lee and Wilkison. Sr.
p.m., YPE Friday at 7 new classroom at CountyJRecreation Deepest sympathy of the
p.m. daughter, Michelle, of Jax.,
honoring their Mrs. G.W.'Jackson.Mr.
furnishedby new pastor,
was
Is is
Evergreen Lawtey now complete and community extended to
"Baptist- Rev. J.R. and Mrs. Hub visited with Michelle's grandparents Mr; and Mrs. Charlie H
the seventh Brandi Herndon in the Mrs. Earl Teston Parrish of Florida Harley -
Sunday School grade students and family
11 a.m. and 7 Mr. and Mosley of Highland ,
November State Prison. He was a former visited their son-in-law and Mrs. Gene were j.'
have drop. due to the
been clothespin
in this death of her
Training moving
p.m. Union 6 p.m., Millie pastor of Northside Church. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ricky Pearson on Sunday guests of their parents Mr. i'
week. Construction Birthdays were: husband
another Earl Teston
Prayer on on
Meeting Wednesday at Michelle's and Mrs. Lonnie '
(
7 p.m. room is expected to start in Cape hart Nov. 30 and Mrs. Friday. Mrs. Bettie Phelps and Chesser and children of birthday) Teston on 'I
Eddie Framton of Starke Thursday.
.
1978. Helen Nov. 19. daughter Sandra were Sanford for Thanksgiving.They
Faith early
Radio Program Baptist Church- The Lawtey P.T.O. will 4-H News for December Terry Futch of Jacksonville Thanksgiving dinner guests of also visited Mr. and Mrs. was a Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs.Wilbur Waters fi
on WPXE 8 Beach went hunting with Tom her Smith and of Miss Martha Smith.
and
son daughter-in-law, A.Q. family .
have Merry' Christmas to all of and family were Sunday
a
meeting on Tuesday,
a.m. Sunday. Bible School 10 December 13 at 7:30: you from the Lawtey 4-H Club. Tatum, Jr. on Friday night Mr. and Mrs. Henry Phelps of Auburndale for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sap- evening dinner guests of their I'
a.m., Worship Services p.m.
and visited his of
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Saturday. Clearwater.Mr. Mrs. Robert Lee and her penfield Melrose visited
and Mrs. James
Students from all We will be in the Mr. .
and grade levels participating parents.
a.m. 6:30 pm., Prayer aunt, Miss Elizabeth Mr. and Mrs.
will be participating in the Starke Christmas' parade Dec Terry, on .and Mrs. Michael Bland sister, Mrs. Marjorie Whetsel. James Waterson Waters. I
Meeting Wednesday at 6:30: annual Christmas 10. We will share Christmas Saturday afternoon. and daughter Debbie were of Keystone, visited their Saturday night after
p.m.First Parents should have program.their refreshments after the parade Miss Elizabeth Terry and Wednesday to Sunday brother-in-law and sister, Mr. visiting the Teston family at Elizabeth Smith of Jax.
. Baptist Church- children at teh school 7:15 instead of a Christmas party. Miss Arthurine Blanchard Thanksgiving guests of their and Mrs. David Peterson of the funeral home. spent the weekend with her :
"I' Sunday School 9:45: a.m. on Tuesday. by : Everyone will wear green and visited her sister. Miss Enza parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jacksonville, last Saturday, Mrs. Bill Warren of Jax. grandparents. Col. and Mrs. : ._
Worship Services 11 a.m. and white, if possible.We Blanchard and Mrs.. Thelma Bland of Loris, S.C. Nov. 26. was a Sunday dinner guest of William Wilson. i
7:30p.m., Training Union 6:30: will be Wilson on Friday afternoon at Mrs. O.J. Anders was a
working
LUNCH MENU on our
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p.m? Prayer Meeting Wed- Baker County Nursing Home Wednesday to
Monday
MONDAY float at Mrs. Howards. Our guest ,
) Hamburger on
nesday at
7:30: p.m. bun lettuce Christmas basket is ready to at Macclenny.Mr. with her son-in-law and f1 I 0
tomato
The chruch will conduct a pickle, .- and Mrs. Ralph Futch
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. i
be delivered to
french a special
fries
pineapple upside
revival meeting beginning and family of Black Mountain,
family. We are for Johnny Jenkins and son
down looking
cake, milk.TUESDAY
Dec. 11 each night at 7:30: p.m. N.C. visited their father and Robert of Hilliard.Mr. .
ward to the New Yeai.
and will continue i Chicken with mother Mr. and Mrs. Willie "
through the
bPRINCE
and Mrs. James Andersof
rice Our meeting was held Dec. 1 .,
19th. Pastor David green peas, peaches,
Brown will Griffis, from Wednesday to
Palatka, Mr. and Mrs. N.J. -
be biscuits, peanut butter, milk. at the Lawtey school. We havea
our speaker. Everyone is Monday. They were Sunday
WEDNESDAY new member;' Wayne Cribbs Strickland of Lythia, Mrs.
. .welcome. : Spaghettiwith and his mother Mrs. Cribbs dinner guests of their brother Leite and Mrs. Ruth .
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meat cheese cole
sauce MATCH ABELL I
Grace
United Methodist- visited. and sister-in-law, Mr. and Steinhouser both of Jacksonville "
slaw, french bread,
Sunday School 9:45 pears Mrs. Futch.
: a.m., Wor'ship Groups working on projectsare Terry attended the funeralof
milk.
Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: the Rev. and Mrs. Leonard Mrs. Maggie Anders and ,
p.m., Choir Practice at 7 p.rn. THURSDAY: Baked ham, : electricity project Melton of Evergreen Baptist "
by Monday afternoonand
gathered to make stopped .
potato salad, green beans, cypress .
and Methodist Youth Fellowship Church went to First Baptist visited I .
Swine visited HomerHart's Mrs. O.J. Anders.
lamps; "
sweet potato pie, rolls, butter, .
Wednesday at Church of
7:30: p.m. Keystone Heightsfor
milk. hog farm operation and Mr. and Mrs. Jerre Starlingof .
The Church's Annual M night on Tuesday night. 4.
were told safety tips sewing Tallahassee spent Wednesday
FRIDAY: Cuban sandwich, ; .
Christmas
Party and singingwill Mrs. Joyce Bennett and .
is working on quilts and night until Sunday 1'\
potato chips, buttered -
be Dec. 18 at 6:30: p.m. peas daughter Darlene spent afternoon with their ,
to be ,
growing a large parents
The public is invited. and carrots, peach shortcake, very food Thanksgiving with her son Mr. and Mrs. Charles .. .
milk. group; horse was taught Starlingand '
Highland' Baptist Sunday and daughter-in-law, Mr. and .
and nutrition and tips on family. '
.School 10 a.m., Worship Services Law, tey 4-11 !News'\ showing horses, and horse Mrs. David Bennett and Mr. Wallace Skidmore, THE COLOGNE DUET '. -4-- .
11 a.m. and 6 p.m., We are working hard at shows; cake decorating. tubesare family of Starke. Other guests Leslie Able, James Riley and Two favorites, Wind Song and .
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at learning and having fun this in and the Dec. meetingwill were her sons and daughters- Leroy Wiley of Stafford, Va. Golden Autumn Cologne
7:30 p.m. year in 4H. At our November be changed to Dec. 21: in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas were Thursday overnight packed for giving. .
Laura Baptist- Sunday meeting our guest speakerwas forestry has invited a Rangerto Bennett and family of Starke guests of Mr. and Mrs. ,
School 10 a.m., Worship Ser- Mrs. Doris Sandberg who speak. and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Timothy Wilkerson and .

vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., brought along a friend December Birthdays are: Bennett of Lake Butler, family. 475 i
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Prayer Meeting Wednesday at "Resuscitation Annie" to Michelle Gnffis Dec. 9, gathered for a family get together L '
.7 p.m. demonstrate life saving Shawn Hart Dec. 18, and Lex on Thanksgiving.Mr. it c
St. John's Missionary techniques which we shouldall Parrish Dec. 26. and Mrs. Waldo Pringleof Mrs. Joyce DeKencourt .
Baptist- Sunday School 10 be familiar with such as Special SpotlightWe Worthington Springs and visited her sister, Mrs. Faye .
a.m., Worship Services 11 the A. B, C's Airway Breath wish to introduce you to their brother, William Pringleof Strickland; her sister-in-law, i. + .
a.m. and 3 p.m. on second and and Circulation. Thank you so our sewing; project leader for South Carolina, visited their Mrs. Elaine Perry; her
fourth Sundays, Prayer Band sister, Mrs.Pierce Crews, and WIND SONGCOLOGNE
much for your time and the second year, Mrs. Helen mother-in-law, Mrs. Lucile t
Monday at noon. education donated by a sweet Wright. She teaches the Mr. and Mrs. Atwood on Akins. Her niece and SPRAY MIST
Smyrna Missionary lady, Mrs. Doris Sandberg.We sewing class every Thursday Wednesday of last week. nephews, Halen Perry, Jason -;' -- A DUSTING POWDER SET
BaptistSunday School 10 have a new leader and a afternoon. There are 16 youth. Mrs. Leon Wilkerson, Mrs. Akins, and George Cloud, all Wind Song, stays on his mind, I
a.m., Worship Services 11 new project which Is Mrs. Mrs. Wright has two children, Linda Crawford and daughter of Jax., visited her on ..J'--:: with this deluxe set.
a.m. and 7 p.m., BTS 5:45: Shirley Newport teaching' Mary Wright and Marvin Jenifer, Mr. and Mrs. Ear Tuesday.Mrs. '
."p.m., Prayer Meeting Wed- cake decorating. We are very Wright. Jr. Her husband, Wilkerson and family, Mr. Pauline Klsker of .
nesday at 7 p.m.SCHOOL lucky to have our leaders, Marvin Wright, Sr. has a and Mrs.Williard Browning of Phoenix Ariz. spent Tuesday goo !
they are all working at 100 heating and air conditioning Sampson Mr. Charles Nov. 29 through Dec. 8 with
NEWS percent efficiency for our business in Jacksonville Brumfield of Macclenny, Mr. her brother and sister-in-law. WIND SONG ENSEMBLE
On Saturday, December 3, youth. where Helen works off and on Wallace Skidmore, Leslie Mr. and Mrs. Manuel
Coach Paterson and eight Mrs. Charlene Howard is during the week. This is a Able, James Riley, and Leroy Stephens. We are sorry to CREME PERFUME,
Lawtey students participated going full speed ahead with busy lady and we are lucky to Wiley of Stafford. Va., and report that their mother, Mrs. COLOGNE AND
;zin a 5000 meter run in Gaines- the livestock judging teams. have her time donated. Thank Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Maude Stephens, isn't feelingtoo DUSTING POWDER
ville. Students who ran on Lawtey won a third place you Helen Wright. Wilkerson of Raiford were well tonight. She is a L GIFT SETA D
;Saturday were: Barbie Newport plaque Oct. 29, when Jimmy Thanksgiving dinner guests of patient in Bradford County threesome to
!r* Carlton Johnson Orleman was part of the PERSONALSMrs. Mr. and Mrs. Tim Wilkersonand Hospital.Mrs. perfect for her under
Richard Griffis, Richard junior dairy judging team at family. Annie Mae Crews and wrap e ,
the tree. '
..Badillo Mitch Williams, the Jacksonville FaIt and a .Beatrice Howe and her Mrs. W.F. Atwood and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Sinclair Crews \
Edward Crews, Lex Parrish, fourth place when Mark Gee sister-in-law, Mrs. Francis Pierce Crews were business and family were Saturday 5QwEsTEaNwiD 1
and Anthony Williams. The participated in the senior Howe of Lakeland, visited visitors in Jax. on Tuesday. afternoon guests of her son-in- ?
track club also participated In dairy judging team. A second Mrs. Elva Reddish on Wed- Morgan Road Baptist law and daughter,. Mr. and

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i! ; ain Leads To Perfection :For Lawtey Taxidermist: Wayne Hardee ". I


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Lawtey. native Wayne y rS ''a .1.i Wayne said he has outgrownhis her painting of each fish after Wayne said he instructs his t
Hardee
IS( a busy man these f 1 Nr a ,ti tih present shop and the new it is finished. He said Sharon is customers on how to
: days, enjoying both preservea I
'. and fishing and hunting concrete block building will the fourth artist he has used trophy before bringing it to ."
mounting his give him about 1,500 square and she Is the "best." :a J
the shop, which he said often {
own trophies as well those
as feet with
a separate drying
"Each fish has a separate happens several months or, in 0Q0 ;
belonging to other {
sportsmen. In addition to the shopat
room.
personality and each is \ '
one instance, three years after 1j\q
A taxidermist by trade and Lawtey he takes work in painted individually" said the kill. He suggests wrapping 1 t ta
;:: inclination, Hardee has been t through a shop In Folkston Hardee. No two fish ever look fish In a wet towel before :;'1j
:.; Interested in taxidermy for Ga., an art studio operated by the same and he credits placing it in the freezer to :',
Sharon Fulmer Lake Silverin
about 15 but I on Sharon for the beautiful form a protective shield
years found he
had more time to study the art ,/ Keystone Heights and the finishing touch. around the fish, especially the .
h Confederate Gun Shop in Working with Wayne in the I
following the loss of a' leg in
II t Starke.In will be his fins.The
Vietnam! seven years ago et new shop two twenty-nine year old
helpers, Alvin Anderson and Lawtey native said he built his
Often in pain and unable to the future Wayne and Jim Wells. He said the larger, home and shop together to set
sleep more than three or four Confederate Gun owner Steve better equipped shop will have his own hours and to wait on
hours a night Wayne said he Arnold are planning a sportsman facilities for taking in birds his customers whenever they ,

.: rises and continues to study one stop equipment out for mounting as well as deer can come often times late at '
I fitters. Hardee said the fish and small animals such .
new techniques of mounting to M { as night after regular working :
perfect his trade. After taking complete sportsman shop otters, Georgia fox, squirrels hours. He said he offers just
all the courses available for I 6drnM, would cater to the bass fisher- and raccoons. He added he about 24 hour a day service
taxidermy he said he man and the deer hunters as does not take in any animal or except Sunday which the
still is r
able to learn different well as other sporting en- I bird that is protected. In the Hardees reserve to attend '
methods that help him to thusiasts. He said he hopes to La new shop he will also offer Laura Baptist Church.
his offer such unique items as tanning on deer hides.A .
perfect work,
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deer feet lamps with hand hunter and a fisherman From five deer heads five

Also when he painted shades plaques and Hardee said he takes pride in years ago Wayne said he has
Wayne he reads cannot Bible -- trophies for any sport. his personal trophies, many done 75 already this year and
and says the Taxidermist Wayne Hardee shows some of the mounts he has larger game from Wyoming, usually has a backlog of about
gets new inspiration and done, Including a rare albino raccoon. Wayne said his new shop Wayne credits much of his such as mule deer and an- four months work and three
gives thanks for still havingone next to his home off US-301 north of Lawtey should be completed success to his wife, Kathy drJw telope, as well as the trophies month backlog on fish.
leg although it is badly In two months. who is expecting their third t mounted for customers.He To complete a deer is

scarred. child in March. I said he tells customers to usually about a half a day's
After the
recent completionof l1 compare his work with any work and then a 20 day drying
a brick home for his wife Elementary and threeyearhis home about four miles "She encourages. me duringthe 1 a other taxidermist for qualityand period at 95 to 100 ,degrees
Kathy and children, Karen, in old son, Steven, Wayne is north of Lawtey on the east rough times, said Wayne. price before making a temperature.If .
kindergarten at Lawtey planning a new shop next to side of US-301. Kathy as well as Karen and decision. Wayne says he a trophy is for a special

Steven, help out in the shop. prices his work competitivelyand occasion, Hardee said he
Wayne and Kathy is much offers a shoulder deer gives special consideration for ,
better at the delicate work andis mount for $93 and a neck that project and gives a 20 ;
36 Students Participate In BMS an expert in setting the ..-- tae mount for $83. Also offered to year guarantee on all his '
glass eyes in a trophy. "And his customers is a free mount work. He said in addition to ;
she works so cheap," Wayne of any 12 point or larger deer if his specialization on deer and

joked. Three-year-old Steven looks like a big (game hunter with his a customer has had another bass he is currently workingon
Special Olympics Competition Wayne is also lavish in his dart gun but It took a larger caliber for his dad Wayne to bring deer mounted with him be a salt water display for
praise for Sharon Fulmer for down the Wyoming mule deer in the background. fore. Norman's Produce.

Thirty-six boys and girls state competition held at the
participated Wednesday, Nov. University of Florida in June.
30, in Special Olympics The boys and girls ages t
basketball run, dribble and eight to 19 were assisted by
shoot competition in which all coaches Jerry Petrella,
students were winners. Keddy Cox, Roger Chilson,
Students from exceptional Gerrl Lewis and George
education classes at Bradford Loper.
High Bradford Middle The Junior Woman's Club of &dao&iontSas
Southside and Starke Starke served refreshments to
Elementary schools were all all participants. The studentswere
winners and will participate in accompanied by
district competition January 7 teachers Anna Clayton,
in Lake City.Elimination. Carolyn lassac Vicki ISTABIISHIO m 1901
will begin at Mochella, Betty Haas Willa B
district and winners from Mae Randolph and teachers A+y. ....' &

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Dewey :Morris of Starke Elementary gets" instruction from CHILDREN'S PRODUCTS
Coach Jerry Petrella" during Special Olympics run dribble and
shoot competition" held Nov. 30 at Bradford !Middle School.

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Though losing 27-12 the them for their spirit all
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I .t""" : BHS Cagers Edge 57-56 By Bishop KenneyFor



''f' ,>II! : First Win : Lose 60-51 To Rams



turned the around. I Eastside: . " .60 little scoring however from
Tornado basketballers Bishop Kenny scored again it came game at the right Bradford High . .51 two football starters who just 9 ,
edged 57.56 by Bishop Kennyin leaving BHS one point up 57- guess" Adkinson said last week got into basketball,
Jacksonville as they took a 56, with seven seconds re- time,
Tuesday, A trio of tall Eastside'Ramshit Roland Cummings and Duane
four point lead into the fourth double figures and Cummings.
balanced in con-
BHS presented a
period and held on Tuesday maining in the game. Bishop attack with four trolled the boards to hand
night to win their first game. Kenny then Immediatelyfouled scoring players in double figures. Bradford High basketballers a UPCOMING GAMES ,
Bradford's David setback in the The Tornado cagers will
Bradford David Walker led with 16 30-51 season
The win evens Walker who missed the front for both teams Friday host Forest High of Ocala in a4u"
High at 1-1 after an openingloss points Freddie Aldridge had opener
of that one-and-one. BK
end two (
tonight
night Dec. 2, in the BHS games Thursday
Eastside of 13 and gym.
last Friday to 14, Kenny Hampton ,
l got the ball with four seconds Turnovers and getting beatat Dec. 8)). The junior varsity
lf'k Gainesville 6051. left but couldn't score in that Duane Walker Cummings 6-4. had 7 11.rebounds the foul line were also main plays at 6:30: p.m. and the v
BHS outscored the time. Duane Cummings 6 and reasons for the nine point varsity at 8 p.m.It ,
: Crusaders 16-12 in the third The Tornadoes blew a 14 Roland Cummings 5. deficit of the Tornado cagers. will be over a week before
ref period to go four points up, butit point lead In the second Bishop Kenny opened Eastside was aggressive on the Tornadoes play again :
,, was nip and tuck from there. period. With about four against BHS with a 1-2-2 zone the boards with four players after Thursday night. On
half above six feet. The quadrupletof Friday Dec. 16, BHS cagers
minutes left in the Bishop the first time Coach
With 1:23: left in the game Kenny got 12 consecutive Adkinson defense had seen that since players hovering in the 'will travel to Clay High in r r +, r 37,
F Roland Cummings sunk the Iuds for Eastside were 6-foot- Green Cove Springs. Satur-
he Adkinson
front end of a one-and-one to points on three field goals and reacted 1962 by pulling says. point man I Curtis Hill, 6-foot-4 Greg day,Dec. 17,they return hometo 3?, r x71
put BHS up four points again. six foul shots to tie the game Kenny Hampton to the side. Hudson 6-foot-3 Ron James, host Buchholz High of ., ?
Bishop Kenny cut the lead to 27-27 at the half. Then if the Crusaders andfootl. Keith Ross. Gainesville."We 3 r xt
Aaron McGiou, a junior
collapsed on big David
two points. With BHS stalling Coach Warney Adkinson transfer; from Gainesville just beat ourselves,"
Walker it left Freddie
off the bench in the
guard Kenny Hampton was leaped High led Eastside in scoring Coach Warney Adkinson
Aldridge Walker had saysof
seconds and heat of the second open.
fouled with 23 left period
Ron James and
four straight baskets and with 16 points. the Eastside game. The
made the front end of a one- fiasco and got the first
Curtis Hill had 13 points each. Tornado five missed 22 shots
Aldridge one as Hampton fed
I Ken Hon goes up for a shot and-one to put BUS up by technical called on him in his did "
"It the ball in from the side and Eastside not run awa'ywith within six feet of the basket,
against Kastside. three, 5754. entire coaching'career. Bishop Kenny came out of the the game, although the Coach Adkinson said. BHS
1-2-2 Adkinson said. Rams led all the way.. The cagers made 23 of 70 shots or
'I Hampton had 11 assists and score was 14-10 after the first 32 percent from the field. i .
Junior Varsity Cagers Start 0-2 Aldridge 5 for the game. period. BHS played the Rams Right behind Walker's 10
even at 10-10 in the second rebounds was Roland Cum David Walker, the-fi-l I BUS pivot man, scored 21 point against
I SCORE BY QUARTERS, period, were down just two mings with eight. Cummingshad Kastsitle, above and addled l IB Tuii.da night against Bishop
BHS 10 ir I* 14-17 17.15, in the third period and only one rebound in the Kenny to lead Tornado scoring so far.
BK 7 20 I! 17. MBHS the Rams won the fourth first half but was much more
: But Improve Against B. KennyBaby : Aldrldg.al, ,H.mplon 111, OWalkar period 19.16.Bradford's. effective the second half with
.1-1. R. Cummings Oil C. pulled the score even several scoring .. .
injio
King .1. O Cuntmingi 111.. Total big man David seven. Freddie Aldridge 8HS, Aldrldg.5 2.12. 't
74.a.j;. Walker led scoring for the added four rebounds. times but lust could not make Walk.r "[.I.U, R. Cumm.ng'. 2..4. O.
BK Whitmlr 10-4, Franco. 11-4, the crucial go-ahead baskets cummmgtio4. Totals' m-S n.
Tornado ;
cagers came Eastside-64 SCO** IV QIMKTIItfiBHS game with 21 points. Freddie There was a good crowd at
51.12. Hill till.
Wiggins 3 0-10 Tnunton 1 1 i Janklni I- SCORI BY QUARTERS IS: R Jam.l
close to pulling out their first 7 IS t 14-41 added 12 and the Coach Adkinson .
BHS45A .... 410 C.rrlgan 5-1-11 William 10-1, Aldridge points game, EMS 10101114-11 Hudson 1 0 4, 00,14.1-1.I MeClon 4.16.ES
win of the season Tuesday IS 311130 Totals. 11.10-54. Ken Hampton 10. There was said and his Tornado five 14 10 ir It.40 II. James S.I-5. Total. U'60.
night. Dec. 6, at Bishop Kenny bunch of ball handling SCORING
High in Jacksonville but too junior varsity basketballersfrom BHS: Bait 1-0...Hamilton 1.I.S.MIII.r
many mistakes cost BHS a 59- Eastside High of 1.1.4Saundari 5-4.14.) Shill l 0-1-10.Totals.
57 loss. Gainesville bombed the I"''''. E E
Bradford JV five 64-45 in IS: Walker 5-0.10. Jonal 7-0.14,
BUS trailed eight points 36- High
Quatarman 44.10 wllllama 1..2. Byrd
28 at the half but pulled ahead the season opener in the BHS 4..-..Narr1141.12.Walko 1.0-4, Brawn I. FOOD
three points in the fourth gym Friday night. Dec. 2. 0-1 Total )1.S....
period, only to lose the lead Curtis Shell led the Baby Upcoming Games
and down to their second Tonight (Thursday Dec. 8))
go Tornado five with 18 points.
defeat. The junior varsity fiveis Fred Saunders added 14. the BHS JV cagers will host [ jaTal 1
now 0-2 after an opening 64- the junior varsity of Forest FAIR A
45 loss to Gainesville East last Eastside jumped to a High in a 6:30 follows A
Friday commanding 20-7 advantageafter week's layoff before
and the JV travels to Green Cove
"We gave away enough the first period was
points to win the ball game by never headed. The Baby Springs to take on the Clay
not getting back on defense," Rams won the second period High Blue Devils on Friday Super Discount EveryDayLowPrice slip SAVE TIME & MONEY ON
says Coach Bob Hancock of 18-15 and the third 209. Dec. 16, at 6:30: p.m.

the Bishop Kenny game. Pride COLOR FILMFLOUR'
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baskets.BHS bucketed" 27 field goalsto Browder Earns First

23 for Bishop Kenny But PIESHELLS DEVELOPING
BUS shot only nine foul shotsto
36 for Bishop Kenny. Both JROTC Rifle RibbonCadet _
teams shot poorly at the PLAIN OR RISING AT YOUR
charity line, BHS bucketing 3 Elmer Lee Browder year" says Cadet Doug York 5 LB BAG {.
of 9 and BK 13 of 36. BHS shot son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry assistant public information Fnrldkdfbur
39 percent from the field Browder of Starke,earned the officer. Food FAIR
which pleased Coach Hancock first rifle team ribbon to be {.:_

"We. played well, worked Junior awarded since Reserve Bradford Officers High Pop Warner 39 C s "''PiK.89 V' I Photo Center

harder" Hancock says. "We Training Corps (JROTC) was !. 1
|/' corrected a lot of mistakes weT organized. SetThe .
made last Friday but we still Browder earned the ribbon Banquet
need playing time and experience by firing an excellent score -
." during a qualification match. first annual Pop GOLD
.; Kevin Miller led BHS The rifle team works on the Warner League football : !
f ,scoring with a game high 21 same basis as any other sport. banquet is set Saturday, Dec. iiif'T ;
1 points. Ed Hamilton with 12 You must practice and qualify 10 at 5:30: p.m. in the county F
I points and Freddie Hollis with for a competition match Civil Defense building 8"G .
10 points were also in double The cadets on the rifle team All coaches, football -
figures for BHS. practice almost every day and players, cheerleaders and PLAIN OR SELF RISING MIX SAVE "-*
Hamilton led BHS in rebounding are following closely behind in parents are urged to attend,
with 11 while Miller earning the rifle team ribbon. says Jean Roznowski, /
and Curtis Shell pulled down yet it must be understood that publicity chairman. .....
10 rebounds each. shooting on the rifle team and "Your girls and boys have stlf.49 10 PAK
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Erdel led Bishop Kenny just going outside and worked hard in this first
with \14 points, Holzendorf had shooting a gun are two different season and deserve a big cele- ENV.
13 and Benton 11. things. For instance bration. So come on out and
SCORE BY OUARTIRSBHS : one must know trigger control give them one," says Mrs.
,eight steady hold factors, Roznowski Bargains in Grocery r ALL.ITtNt MO MICH' 4000 TMUtt,. MCi TMfltlwo. FYNETASTE
14 1IJ.S7
14 and we. I.. ir .HMNTITT motm *fu'''0.
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BK U20101J.Sf proper parents are SHOWER
'; "It is not an easy task; please bring a covered dish. STRAWBERRY
BHS Bail 1 0-4. Hamilton|.1.II,Millar however, we cadets are very The December meeting will MASSAGE.! COMPARE o::.':=*' VOUMVf
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Facing test of perhaps the their toughest Blountstown Is probably about Quarterback Joey Stone 5- 5616. In the first playoff game defense we can play with : \J'. ,.,." \. ". ;.;'i.1
season, the sur- the same size at UHS but has 10, 180. is a three year letter- Blountstown again beat them" Thomas says. : ,: : I 1
prising travel Union to High gridderswill more speed and experience. man and is in his second Wakulla this time 36-15. and "Our kids think they can ,.. :: { i.0t; >;:: C ,, :
High! tomorrow Blountstown Coach Pitts says his team is season as starting quarter- last week went 22-7 by Chipleyin 'play with them and the only \ ,; :
(Friday, Dec. primarily a running ball club back. Injured for three games the quarterfinals."Our way to the state championship r
9)) to face
Tiger eleven of the but will pass when stopped on during the early part of the defense has been, real is to beat Blountstown." i, .
same breed. the ground. Running the veer season Stone has still com- super," says Coach Pitts._The The game will begin Fridayat i i.I 1
Blountstown is currently 12- option offense from the pro pleted 16 of 30 passes for six first string defense did not 7 p.m. Central Standard ..' "' ., ., .I
0 on the 1977 season and riding set Blountstown has an than six points in Time il
ex- touchdowns during the give up more In Blountstown or 8 *
a 16 game winning streak. perienced who Crawford of ( ) with buck killed CvRAiUIMC:: RPR. UCXI.TM CASE ?
Blountstown quarterback regular season. any regular season game., p m. Eastern Standard Time. Skippy Lawtey r eight point PeoFBSSIOUALft I* AVAILABLCIM
is
also the can run and throw Two backs The Blountstown offensiveline Blountstown is 50 miles Nov. 28 In Lake Butler. TMB L*& AKMy. WHEW f
school defending Class 2A high each has run for over 1,000 averages 196 pounds per The defense averages 174 beyond Tallahassee on SR-20. Hunting partners were Bobby Norman with the deer;' and THEHTE Aer OVENfMfr5 rtxt-ncte

the champion having won yards. A .tall, speedy wideout man, the average boosted by pounds per man. Five playersgo One route is to take Mo to its Ricky, Norman,both from Lawtey. WHO,LINICAL CIMLIPV SP TO C.IALGTa erecoMs E
championship in 1973 and has to be honored or Blount- offensive right tackle Mark both ,ways: running back terminus exit at Greensboro, '
again in 1976. Coach David stown will throw. Whitfield number 51, a Fernando Jackson is also the go to Bristol and from Bristolit '
Pitts is in the .
head fourth season as Again like UHS Blount- towering 6-4. 269 pounder. left linebacker running back is 4>4 miles to Blountstown.The .
coach at Blountstownafter stown uses a 5-4 defense with a Whitfield Is quick for his size .Steve Whitfield is,, also the UHS players came St. Augustine Still Alive
assistant.seven seasons as an monster man to the wide side Coach Pitts says. right cornerback wideout through the Taylor High game .
usually the strong side. Center Dexter Robinson 5- Curt Garrett is also the without any serious physical
Pitts played his high school The Blountstown Tigers 10,160, is the littleman on the defensive strong safety tight injury. It was first thought at
football in Blountstown under have rushed for 2,864 yards offensive line. Guards are end AI Willis is also the left linebacker Wayne Clemons After 2 ContestsThe
Coach Warney Adkinson now and passed for 711 yards this Marvin Ward 5-10 183, and cornerback, and split end Don had broken his collar bone Playoff
at Bradford
High School. season. The two running Ken Sheldon, 5-8,190. Tackles Harvin is the free safety. but it turned out to be a -
Adkinson recalls that Pitts backs Fernando Jackson are big Whitfield and Roger Blountstown is also bruised shoulder. Left Kelly
practiced basketball with the number 44,5-11,190, and Steve Smith, 5-11,180. The tight end primarily a senior ball club. Griffis is expected to be ready Tigers of Union Countyare where Griner kicked his three The St. Augustine defense
junior varsity for four years in Whitfield number 23, 5-10 is AI Willis 5-11.165. Split endis Most of the players have. been to play this week after the only area team pointer. though! less than spectacular
high school to improve his 180, "both do a super job for Don Harvin, 6-0 156, or together three years. recovering from a strained remaining in the Florida High But the game really was adequate.
agility in football although he us," Coach Pitts stated in a Steve Bailey 5-8 156. All phases of the game are back sustained in the first School but belonged to the Jacket defense Britton completed only one
never dressed out for a telephone interview Monday. The offensive and defensive played well says Coach playoff game. another footballJlayoffs. to which_ seemed to get extra pass in the game but made the
basketball game. Both Jackson and Whitfieldare might of Blountstown is Jimmy Thomas of Union Should UHS get by Blount- Bradford fans may be St. most of it for a 14 yard touchdown -
"From all reports they havea elusive broken field evident in this season's County High. Bountstown stown the Union griders will Augustine. which sur- tough when Titusville had the The Jacket signal caller
super ball club" with a runners although neither has scores. Blountstown beat kicks off into the endzone and face the winner of the Cler- prisingly is still alive after ball In SA territory.The .
vicious defense says Union burning speed says Coach Chipley 14-0 Wakulla 7-6. has good coverage says mont-Fort Meade game in the two playoff games. Terriers took the was under a heavy rush and
Coach Jimmy Thomas in his Pitts. The Blountstown speed Florida High 47-6, Graceville Thomas. Blountstown has a Class 2A championship game The Yellow Jackets ''of opening kickoff on their 37 and threw the ball up for grabs.
first season as head coach at merchant is wideout Curt 41-0 Cottonwood Ala. 41-6. break away runner to return next week. Clermont rolled 54- Coach Foots Brumley edged looked like they were going to Any of four players could have
UHS. The two teams have exchanged Garrett, number 42, 5.114, Bonifay 54-6 Chattahoochee kick offs and punts, 12 by Williston and Fort 17-13 by Titusville for the run right through the Jacket caught it but Griner the only
films and scouted 180. Garrett has great speed 57-6 Class 3A Marianna 9-0, "Basically if we can Meade shut out Pahokee 23-0 Section 11. Class 3A cham- defense driving the ball to the Yellow Jacket in the area
each other. Thomas says and good hands. Port St. Joe 34-0, FAMU High execute on offense and last week in the quarterfinals. pionship last Friday SA 10.But. pulled it down for.,!the score.
James Dennis made a

This Friday, St. Augustine diving interception in the St. Augustine tailback Sam
travels to Perry to take on the endzone to half the drive. Bailey broke only one. a 33
Taylor County gridders, a 20- Dennis a senior cornerback yard jaunt down the right
12 winner over Milton in the. was a thorn in the side of sideline that set up the touch-
semifinals.Just Titusville all night with three down pass but the 155 pound
FOODFAIR 4-6 in regular season interceptions six individual senior was the leading rusherof
when play the Yellow Jackets tackles and seven assists.A the night with 95 yards in 17 ,
stunned Bradford High 14-0. carries."A .
feeIgpTqd. P knocking the Tornadoes out of clutch interception by
a chance to go into last season defensive lineman Julius lot of people have been
you I playoffs. SA then, predicibly Moye stopped another Terrier saying that we are lucky to be
lost to Palatka, setting up a march at the beginning of the where we are now; says
three way tie for district third period with SA leading Brumley. "But I'll tell you I'd
honors between Bradford 177. rather be lucky than skillful.
High SA, and Palatka. A Titusville started the second )
r Discount majority vote of the principalsin just as it had the first runningthe "There are 83 (Class AAA) 1"
Super Discount u Super @) WCRCAT CIFT IDEA! the district gave the playoffa football from its 42 to the teams in the state and while '",

PANTRY PRIDE GIANTPULLMAN F'i nod to St. Augustine. SA 5. Terrier quarterback most of them have put their t;
U.S. NO. 1 f ( 1 James Herndon then fired a equipment away until spring
OR But virtually nobody around bullet over the middle into a practice we are still
ALL PURPOSE qt 1.1 Bradford football circles crowd and the next thing the playing."
expected the Yellow Jacketsto capacity crowd knew, Moye
BUTTERMILKREAD I get very far But here they had the ball at the Jacket 3. That means the Jackets will

t nrN are this week playing Perryin travel to Perry for the state
POTATESy MERCHANDISE REDEEMABLE AT + A r semi-finals and with two Titusville trailing 17-7 witha 1 9 Class 3A semi-finals contest
I
+ AIL P TRY PRIDE ,,I/ R_ playoff wins under their belt. quarter and a half left, had[ Friday night. Winner of that f,
10 LB BAG ? STORES E E ELM 4 wt1J to pass for the rest of the gamEand
LARGE 24oz LOAVES c .ln+Ilru.naro ii
IEE "I'm amazed. I really can't Jacket defensive'
'+ l.M 14r1Y 111 the game will play the survivor of
NO MCiaTlvIt*OMOk'O (' believe it," said one Bradford backs stayed about 1:i
Atlantic-Bartow
*** i ?NI> just the Delary
/ror4 ''a C IYIINIGn r woveaulErt.rs> AM l coach this week. yards off the line of scrimmage .. game for the state Class 3A
79 3/I a.Kip*90* "t00itfV M-wit This is the first year the and waited for them. championship Dec. 16.
eTSd f>iit Nr>** ,%. Jackets have made it to the d
f Iri C 1, '01 HMO 41',10. semifinals. Last season in a
ROIL.
,- '" ". -. .tslrstEio. . different ..istflct. fhe Jackets
.... fell 14-7 'to eventual state'
''BONELESS -* champion Panama City Bayin
the quarterfinals.
( ,. .._... Nr FRESHrg'i "There is no comparison
r ROUND91STEAK 'I/3/ / between this team and the ... It
,GRADE 'A
'j. "'; squad that we had last year,"
DOZEN says Coach Brumley. "Last
year we had a lot of individual it I

I LARGE talent, good size and speed." ". i,
i '
Lr ', This season we're not that i'j..: l

ly6ib big and we're not that fast, but
.S.o.A. s3 a 53cB this team makes up for it with \" '

EGGS its determination and second c.
-- I SAVE 31CA and third efforts." ".

LB LB It was a second effort by ',

quarterback Anthony Brittoa ,
ry t I** M MICt MXW IMMI. ML wIr'
Bargains in Meat DELI DEPARTMENT-..... ....... DI.._.. ii that set up the Titusville Jackets' first 24
COMPARE! ".: ; score against a
DEPARTMENTCOMPARE DAIRY DEPARTMENT ....... ." 'f. C '..n... '''d. yard field goal by Paul
DAIRY ::. ', Lykes Grill Franks 99 10' CREAM Griner, in the first period.St. .
"...:. w.: COMPARE! --. ':;,1 .
t
wu.nuNrRII'Ir. M .N .' Cinnamon Rolls 49' 10'' Oscar Mayer Bologna 69C 10' Augustine had the ball on ,
CottazeCheese 49' w .",._ua....._ t y IfMMt H.IWII .." C 49 C its 32 when QB Britton rolled
.M D* UIMUt NWffll American Cheese 98 j.. Oscar Mayer Bologna 99 20' : left and kept the ball for that ,

les-Cal.. Yogurt 41/ 1 SI' N ...r.IH- 49t' Smoked., 1109 appeared to be a six yard w" ,.,'
T' IMMUHIMCheese Crescent Rolls m Sausage 10
Spread Loaf 'is I 14' MM IWU HUi'll,M*. I..1I c ....... DI....... il gain. Suddenly the l>>pOund
Cheddar Cheese SI 1st io Chipped MeatsFyne"Taste 39 10 'A..TA. PR.D. senior reversed field to turn

Super Discount jpC ':::0 r MEAT DEPARTMENT iX::: Super Discount yp Bologna SSCII't SOUR the play into a 46 yard gain.
That gave SA a first-and-10 at
n.1"u wrrwI .IMIfSkinless CREAM Titusville 28. The Jackets Kenny Hampton drive against' Eastslde. Hampton is the
,78' the
ASSORTED Ground Beef
68c
Freshly 21m t'
OUARTtR flltlt, l MNI LOTS OFCHICKEN Franks II' 2$1 picked up another first at the .Tornado point man play maker,and a top ball handler who also II
SLICED Cubed Chuck Steak 1 XT'1 21 ".:'; 12, but could get only to the 8, consistently score In double figures.Girl's .
tykes
Pork LoinCHOPS '...aY1r10 U.. Beef, Steakettes 1139 10' II
Bnls. Stewing Beef fin fr urn
'..vein. *wtM M.I u ii DGefsliverI ..59C 20' w... ....-.. li
Fresh Pork Loin it" ewca IM/IM mmTurkey 1 p..n..0.
.. it 20SI" DrumsticksOcean 49c 10' aWttTMIIK. :Basketball Here
mm(tun ami Opens
"......... .UYY..MILK I .
Pork Chops .... 20' I
= = -::.:::':::::': Perch Fillets U9 30'' BISCUITS II
,88' I I.MI .M IUM I
FrjefCombo ..
Fg- II'
POUNDROAST ,.awurIlowla'rua Fried Fish StuksMatiaws 1169 1 30' 4 .., 49

Round Steak M21 21' Shrimp Rolls 99t 20' cu. c. Friday Against St. Augustine ;


si ....... DI........ fit eLilLirl it o [_yDoyL_. Et eiL tl ..._ DI.._ i Gl.4RMERICO/ it
After several months of coach feels. Frances Coltrane hopefully. will payoff
KIL Lt T BMAND "J" ,. _
.kl .u. u.
I FRESH PORK and Judy Williams' two throughout the season. We are
SLICED I SIRLOIN SMOKED I CORNISH practice the Bradford High '
.HoicFAsr I GAME HENS I BU1TS DINNERS_ ... COOKIES__...".__ I girl's basketball season will '''returning starters' scored in optimistic" as the season f
BACON STEAKS PICNICS :0. ,. .. 4u N.- Mn11 begin for real at 7 p.m. near double figures last begins says Coach McGriff. R
2 .... tomorrow (Friday Dec. 9)) season and are expected to The junior varsity game
:, 99c .' 79c ... 99c AISTs4r 79c when St: Augustine High provide the scoring punch this. Monday will begin at 6:30: p m.
sends its girl's five to Starke season. The varsity game is set at 8

for the 1977 season opener, Three girls ttv-' 01be
9
w..wPANTRY it varsity squad' 'are pm.Next Wednesday. Dec. 14,
Junior
,RIDE' The BUS girl's vanity good in practice,' the varsity will travel to St.
in
Bargains in Produce Bargains Bakery I WHIPPING squad should be improved Coach McGriff says. By mid. Augustine High for a 6 p.m. i
ARr r NIO I last Coach season the three may"earn game.
FRESH sovNOOUGH oN :: + CREAM over year says (
Jerry McGriff. Only one full- places on'' the vanity, But, Next Thursday.. Dec 13, the
sYs IM-ALL PWIPCIE 3.u 79* GREENCUKES MUFFINS ENGLISH =: 49c time starter was l lost due to during the early part of the. junior varsity girls will travel
fresh Apples .0 .
,1 graduation and the .team season McGriff plans Uxteave.rthe to-Buchholz High In Gaines-
BAVI H-AU.rumron *-- .o I. .RG' Z:1 : should definitely be more' three on the JV team ville for a. 6:30: p.m. ,ame.
Y llew OnionswuMwaroM experienced with four starters where they ,will y play more That will close out girl's i
.TAT. ma 00 GOLDEN a sava 1.,0J0yt KrE 11 returning. basketball.i basketball action until after

DtUdous Apples L.39f 10100FOR ... .... .....8 r.Hf.r.RIDeSOl Returning starters' 'are > i,The junior varsity squad the Christmas holidays
:; W*. M-ltO TID mtMMMPackaged J ,A "T I seniors Frances Coltrane.. has also shown steady Girl's basketball in Floridais
J' Greens 79f rEr CI..HAMON. PAHTV TI O* OLEO Betty Hudson Emma Murphy] t,progress in f.ractlce. says played just like boys
rJ
urn IM...li.M rC.AOB 1 i t and Judy William-.Th four Coach basketball.. ::There Is only one
Slaw er Salatl. Mix 39* SAVE/ 20C<< OWtn I TWIRLS BREAD I TUB IB 49 returning ,starters;ptus'. returning starters moved on to the rule book states- Coach

varsity letterman 'varsity squad but three McGriff. .
2/'I
Discount .u .. DI........ 6 ..._, Di..n. e ..._. Di.._ ., i/ 3/1 Cilitta Hawfuos/ a; ..senior; starters Valerie Chandler The girl's basketball season
Super t. ......Dotrt.'HI" .-"" .three junior' ,Varsity_ letter t Saftdra; 'barley and Janet wouldhave opened a week
, .. JUICY FLORIDA :,<*. ...COFFEI I 'winners.Sandra Barnes,. Sara f-EmsUjtf airou>play with the earlier but last Monday night
,
.- FLORIDA FIRM RIPETOMATOES EMPEROR M1l COFFEEMAKER ''Biggs and Carolyn Williams, Junior varsity. Newcomers conflicted with the second
TANGERINES GRAPEFRUIT CRAPES I .and two newcomenPE'AY Janice 'Berl Judy, Hanker- examination of officials of the
i 0. Ohimd+c;Meal Bread; ,59eV Crawford'and Robin,)Wadworth son.' Maj UoIIIs CheryJ" 'Florida: High School Athletic
x
: 1 0 I00 .:". 39< I._ .' 49, $2'.5079 make: up what Is now Jacobse> Jane<-I''Williams; )'Association- so no games
*"* "" "" "i J tu :toe Ivarsity'' t tearouexplain*}Y Robin Williams complete tbei.; .could* be" i played. A'secondeason'
*
Coach McGriff. junior varsity squact..._...*V..J opener set fortomorrow
"With ,iii seniors'.on the Changes In the squads may night) (Friday Dec.
1- t1 WITH THIS COUPON I S I..L.-..... tAercwill be take pIatP' thfiighOttOUh1 VC9I I***. cancelled by St.
I 1100 WATT CHEEK in Mil CO'MfIsHACIMINT squally: and xpoise season due to any puinbero .'Augustine- because the school
: <
I TIM .... BOX I displayed '.that l' will be factors says Oftch t McGriff.. 'Is still'Involved in the state
r' : r HAIR DRYER LAUNDHY POT I necessary to'become w4.. including Attitude, lnwrOVeLJ. high school football playoffs.
I LAUNDBY t41 35 I cn r.,"Coach.McCrtfrstate*!i} ? the two, cancelled, games

....... .._...n I/M ".: .. .... J DETERGENT :':',.42. tr chance The: >iardtjr of Improving. egad Its 34irecord "(;oflel n'l'rat on 1'1 n' fdKt- B*pqt until the Hawthorne opener this

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Zoning Commission Rejects Request ,. :,;:'Rifr1. ,SoeiM'4p., t.' {;I


..
: t met
By h ittiu tlarrl" Albany, Gai; .on Thanksgiving. past Tuesqay, ilia pat' :!
Ben!
hoSe ofBessho M1'5';
For Plant At Clay Hill SiteThe Phone 431-1873 .Others attending were Mr. at the at the State Farm.
Rendering I would like to share ft and Mrs. W.R. Green, Mr. and are Mrs. Vicki
Regulars
Christmas poemwlth you:: Mrs. Butch Howard of James, President, Mrs., Reba

Clay County Zoning plant would have to be con Attorney Brooke told the rendering( plant. plants if they are planned Lawtey and Mrs. J.F. Ed'.1 Hicks,Treasurer, Mrs. Wilma
Commission voted 6-0 structed to DER regulationsand commission that he had been After listening to numerous within one-half mile of Christmas Time wards. Everyone win Cass Vice-President, Mrs.

Thursday night, Dec. 1, to could be made odor-proof. told by the development complaints about the existing residential or agriculturalareas. ", remember Dr. Crews as Sylvia Underhill, Secretary,
Crews from New
Bobby Mrs.
:, deny a request for a special Time is running out on the authority that the propertywas plant, Zoning Commission People dashing to and fro Mrs, Jean Wilkenson,
who Horns a-honking, lights aglow River, one of our, hometown and hostess,
r use permit to construct and Doctor's Inlet plant, since already zoned industrialand Chairman Gene Suggs, Nell Dickens,
favored the One resident of the Presents, tinsel, dinners, boys, and his.sister,' Johnny Bessho. Guests Included -
operate an animal rendering DER has filed suit in circuit there shouldn't be any had previously Clay Hill Mrs. Betty
plant on the east side of U.S. court to close the plant and the problem in obtaining the relocation, said he was now area told the zoning board that cheer? Frances Crews (Mrs. J.F. Dorothy Kuhn, Helen

301 just north of the Intersection case is scheduled to come up special permit for the plant. ,convinced that such a plant 780 families live within a Christmas time again is here. Edwards).Minton" Henderson, Linda Vaughn,
Kevin has
with State Road in court Thursday, Dec. 8. Tom Ryan, chairman of the could constitute a threat to the three-mile radius of the just and Linda Barber Refresh-
The Zoning Commission development authority ex- health of surrounding proposed plant site. "This is a Merchants with their received his substituteteacher's ments served were, mixed

218.The action was taken after heard last Thursday from pressed surprise concerning residents; and become a growth area now-not an bargains selling certificate to teachin nuts oriental shrimp chips,
'
Union and Bradford
hearing from 250 to 300 irate several residents who complained the zoning commission's nuisance. isolated area as claimed (by Shoppers with their children potato chips and dip, cherry
residents of the Clay Hill- about respiratory and negative vote. He also said Suggs said the zoning codeallows Brooke)." Herschel Lewis trailing counties. He is presently cheese pie, soft drinks and
the commission to deny told the board in his Winter weather, cold and employed at UCI. Prizes were awardedto
J Maxville area who voiced other health problems they that he was not aware that a plea that coffee.
vehement opposition to claim are direct results of the special permit was requiredfor special permits for such the permit be denied. clear; Mrs. Ruby Rickerson the highest and lowest score-
moving the rendering odor and smog form the plant. operation of the animal projects as animal rendering Christmas time again is here. visited Mrs. Brenda Cowart. winners, and the winners were
and daughter Amy Monday. Vicki James and Wilma Cass
from its
operation ,
present But what of all this busy Mrs. Myrtle Sapp had as Scout Troop No. 153 sponsored -
location at Doctors Inlet to a 4 Wrecks Cause But No Were ReportedStarke -
site owned by the Clay County $3,065 Damage Injuries going recent guests Mr. and Mrs. by the Employees Club
Children wishing it were Marvin Culver and Mr. and had a personal invitation by
Development in
northwest Clay.Authority Police investigatedfour wards vehicle. charged Dec. 3 with violationof both vehicles was $65. snowing, Mrs. Leonard Sapp and familyof Ross Allen of St. Augustine to

The controversy erupted accidents from Nov. 30( Cynthia Moore Wheeler, 21, right-of-way after he pulled The Florida Highway Patrol What is all this season Jax. visit the Alligator Farm. The
several weeks when the Dec. 5 totaling $3,065 damageto was charged with improper Into the path of Milton Bakerof charged Mark Wayne Griffithof worth; Mrs. Leslie Barnett and scout troop had the honor of
Clay County ago Development eight vehicles.No parking Dec. 1 after her Starke, who was headed Starke with careless Without the fact of Jesus' Debbie visited Mrs. Peggy going this past weekend. The

Authority agreed to sell a injuries were reported. parked vehicle was struck in south on Walnut Street. driving after he hit an em- birth? Barnett in Lake Butler Sun- scout master, Mr. Cagle,

portion of its property on 301 Richard Vern Edwards, 20, the front by a motorcycle Damage to the Baker vehiclewas bankment Friday, Dec. 2, four day. hoped they would learn quite a
to attorney Alton Brooke, of Starke was charged with driven by James Henry Dean, $1,200 and $150 to miles west of Starke at the For Jesus was born in Mr. and Mrs. Herman Sapp bit about the reptiles. The
Southeast Recycling careless driving following a 21, of Starke. Dean was Conklin's van. intersection of SR-229 and Bethlehem had their children home for assistant scout master is
representing Corporation Wednesday Nov. 30 accident. charged with careless driving. No charges were filed in a Pleasant Grove'Road. Angels singing praise to Him the holiday, Jackie and Michael Sieberling and senior

of the Doctors Inlet $400 damage was done to a Damage to the Wheeler Monday, Dec. 1, accident in Griffith said he was trying Shepherds watching, Wise Tommy Colby and family, and patrol leader is Carlos Johary

plant operators, which has been ordered 1976 VW owned by Thomas R. vehicle was $250 and $200 to which Wilhelmenia R. Brooksof to catch another vehicle he men near; Joie and Bill and family. We are proud of our Raiford
closed by the Department of Schimmelmann of Raiford the motorcycle. Starke failed to yield at an thought was on fire and lost Christmas time is truly here. Mrs. Laura Seay and Scout Troop No. 153. We hope
Environmental after it was struck in the rear intersection to Harry Gruen control and slid 171 feetinto an brother Dan have been to visit the scout leaders will continueto
Regulation while A Massachusetts man, of Starke. embankment. their brother, Donald Davis,
because of odor in parked on SR200. Police also Damage to PersonalsMr. keep up the good work.
that area. problems list $300 damage to the Ed Edwin R. Conklin was who is in training with the Our sympathy goes to the

In spite of the unanimous and Mrs. Mack Sweat National Guard and stationedin families of Mrs. Pierce Crews
adverse decision by the visited Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Fort Knox, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Ethan Sapp anc
]Raiford Council
Moves To Improve Mr. and Mrs. W.F. Atwood,
Zoning Commission, the issue Parker in Williston Sunday Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Pringle for
be far from dead. afternoon. Sr. and son Edwin, drove to the loss of their niece. Mrs.
may
Southeast has 15 days from Newly Acquired Recreation Area : Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mathis, Savannah Ga. Saturday and Elva Abernathy, of Tampa
date of the zoning commission visited relatives in Perry enjoyed the beautiful scenery. Services were held in Archer
With the Raiford's sealed bid of $1 for Tommy Forsyth is in the
decision to file an appeal with challenging Wednesday and Thursday. Funeral Home and burial was
the County Commission. If the prospect of having it's own the property located in the +rn Mr. and Mrs. Mack Sweat middle school band, and they in Ben Sapp Cemetery.
County Commission agrees land and building to work town. Known as the old school I spent the holidays with their are going to perform in the Some of the young people

with the Zoning Commission, with several Raiford Town property the 4.5 acres of land I daughter, Patsy and Tommy Christmas Parade in Starke attending the rock concert at
Southeast's only resource will Council members were in high are located near the junctionof Tyler and family of Jax. Dec. 10. They really have a the Jacksonville Colliseum on

be through the courts. gear last Tuesday night as SK-229 and SR-16, where the Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Sybil fine band, so remember the Friday night were. Miss

The Development Authority they made plans for needed caution light is. had as guests over the date and go out and see a Janna Smith, Miss Helen

has declared that although the improvements.The Council members approved \ holidays, Mr. Clifford great parade. Sieberling, and Durant
present plant at Doctors Inlet land and building sale purchase of infield clay for the r. .. i Bloodsworth of Sarasota, Mr. Carlton.
has been a source of com was completed early Tuesdaymorning ball field, pipe for a water line | and Mrs. Francis Bloodsworthand Fellowship Supper f'SP UCI Employees Club

plaint! for many years the new when the Union from the pump to the back- family of Highlands, N.C., pre-teens annual Christmas
County Commission accepted stop, and wiring needed for an '! Mr. and Mrs. J.K. McLeod of Morgan Road Baptist party will be held Dec. 21 at 7
electrical outlet to be placednear IJ rx: Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. Church gave a fellowship at the employees club
.
2 BidWalkways !5 Let the field. Gerald Conner and family of supper honoring their new house, in Raiford. Santa Claus
; Also passed by the councilwas " i Lake City Mr. and Mrs. Joe pastor Rev. James T. will be there and refreshments

a motion to have attorney Knight of Cedar Keys, Glenda Parrish, and family, Wed. will be served. We request -
A nd Dick Welty advertise for a I Hart and Bob Tippins from night. We wish you success in the parents to bring a

] PavingNot sealed bids for the purchase Niceville, Mr. and Mrs. Bill your new ministry. gift for a child from Santa

and installation of chain link Parrish of Raleigh. N.C., and Claus. All children of KSP -
fencing to enclose the ball : Rob Spradley of Gainesville.Mrs. While Mrs. Pierce Crews is UCI employees are invited to
In a brief special meeting included in the motionwas park.Council. Pierce Crews and her recovering at her niece'shome attend.
Thursday Dec. 1 I. the Brad an alternate of$5,000 for a member Calvin niece. Mrs. W.F. Atwood, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. W.F.

ford County School Board covered walkway between the Varnes told other council of Starke, were business Atwood Sr., she had as There will lie a teenage
awarded the low bid for middle school gym and members he had been talkingto -- visitors in Jax. Tues. and visitors Wed. : Mr. and Mrs. Christmas dance at the FSH-

covered walkways for the high cafeteria. The motion was Cheryl Godwin of the Starke Roofer Tony WIlUa ms, 18. of Starke, after misstep about 10 enjoyed lunch. H.W. Pringle William Pringleof UCI Employees Club, to be
school and middle school. seconded by Art Holliday and Recreation Department and feet off the roof of Branding Iron Restaurant Tuesday, Dec. Bob Stafford Albert Stafford Worthington, and Mrs. held at ( Club
December
Following technical approved unanimously by Randall Davis, a former 6. He was taken to Bradford County Hospital by the Rescue Unit, and Paul Dobbs of Winter Margaret Williams and son of House on 16 from.9
discussion with architect J.T. Parrish. Board employee of same about the treated and released. Haven had dinner while attending Starke. p.m. unttl/W-.p.m.} : ? featuna .
Dave Jackson, from the firmof members Pat Spengler and possibility of holding tournaments a business trip in Mrs. Nancy Thornton was a the ban Craig Salley and Vernon Parmenter were both and establishing a city Winter Haven. business visitor in Starke buffet wlLfce served and this

Associates the board went out of town.Jackson league for ball players. llToDi.cussTransferOf WaterThe Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fair and Thursday. a semi-formal affair.
with prestressed concrete said the decision to "With an open league," son Billy of Tallahassee Mr. A.M. Jones had his family tbecot is $5 per person all
decking the lowest price of go with prestress concrete is Varnes said "we could The Suwannee River Water Water Use Plan and Mrs. Keith Griffis of home for the holiday. Mrs. teenagers and young married

three types of construction. the "more permanent" of the charge $75 for a team to join Management District (SR- recognizes that water is a Macclenny, Mr. and Mrs. Cheryl Crawford and son couples are invited to attend.

Board member Arthur will of contruction. A crane for the season." Varnes indicated WMD) will hold a special finite resource which is Mallie Griffis of Raiford, and Kenny of Lawtey. Gense Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs
r Gaskins made a motion to be required to set the 20 that would cover hearing Dec. 15, 10 a m. to subject to harmful depletionof Mr. and Mrs. Harlis Ellingtonof Jones Mr. and Mrs. Eric had as recent luncheon guest.

accept the low bid of Holton and 24 foot sections in board approximately 16 games if discuss the,water use plan to [ quantity and degradation of Lake- Butler- -enjoyedThanksgiving -,_ Kersey*, .and.. Mrs. Bebra Mr. and Mrs.-Phfl'Palmer of
Construction Co. of In other business the there were 8 teams in the assure that all reasonable quality if not properly with Pauletteand l\1artinand children Stacy and. New Haven'*Conhf.and':: Mr.

Gainesville for the base bid of approved$4,825 for paving the league. "Each team would present and future water managed. The future Larry Davidson. Pauletteis Honor. and Mrs. Robert Dobbs and

) 32700. basketball area at Lawtey play the other teams twice" needs of the District will be management program of the the daughter of Mrs. Alice Mrs. Laurie Whitten had family of Lake Butler.

Elementary and parking Varnes said."There's adequatelY4met.) District will include the Griffis Ellington. Mrs. Sally Alvarez of Palatkaas Mr. and Mrs. Albert Staf

f spaces at Hampton money to be The Plan indicates that the establishment of mimimum Russell Bessho went with a recent guest. ford had as their weekend

Rafford, Youth...... Elementary. Columbia made" Varnes said "if you District will discourage the levels and flows for lakes friends from Raiford and Mr. and Mrs. James Smith guest, their granddaughters.Shelia .

Paving of Lake City after just go about it the right way." transfer of water beyond streams and rivers, the implementation spent Thanksgiving in Black- (known as Mama Gator) hada and Cindy Stafford of

1)) completion of $46.000 original District boundaries and from of consumptive shear, Ga, wonderful holiday weekend. Jacksonville.Mrs. .
(From Page base bid will pave the additional basin to basin! within the ase permitting, and the Congratulations to Mrs. Their son Philip. a recent Cindy Thornton and

Starke with an estimated areas. Already under District, if the transfer would ievelopment of a water- Lester Minton for making her graduate from the Universityof baby little !Miss Windy.
value of $450. construction is bus loop not allow the area supplyingthe hortage plan. first big wedding cake, the Florida, and two of his visited Mrs. Jack Harris

Also arrested as an accessory paving at the EMS and Starke water to meet its own event was the wedding of friends were visitors.We Sunday.
in the window Elementary. Also included in present and future needs. The public will have an Karen Howe of lleilbronn are so glad to report The vouth-A class of

breaking was Donald F. the base bid is the bus opportunity to comment on Springs.Mr. Frances Killer is doing fine Morgan Road Baptist Church

Slade. 19. of Hampton who allegedly driveway at BHS and the Full Gospel! the Water Use Plan in a and Mrs. Joe Mathis after having surgery in Brad- went bowling in Gainesville
rode with Gann. tennis courts. The\ \flowering Sf/f/f/' plant'' found* *at Dinner Dec. 17 special hearing to be held at visited the Jack Harris' ford County Hospital Monday.I Saturday night I those attending

:No.; other persons were The base bid work is expected the highest altitude is the the headquarters of the SR- Saturday. I know she is glad to be back were. Edw in Atw ood.

connected with the robbery to be completed in the "Stellaria decumbens," which The December dinner WMD in White Springs Dec. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Minton home from the hospital.We Hilgon Coleman and Becky

attempt Sunday night, said middle of January and the grows 20,130 feet up in theSeason's meeting of the Starke Chapterof 15, at 10 a.m. and family visited her sister are sorry to hear A.R. Coleman Kim Brown. and

t"',I lice additional work 10 davs later. ......A.A>AG. the Full Gospel BusinessMen's The hearing will be attendedby Dr. and Mrs. W.K. Crews in Bruner is patient at Union Mary Ann Lyons. They were
General Hospital. our chaperoned by Mr. SammyCrawford
: Fellowship InternatIOnal the Governing Board of the ............................. thoughts and prayers are with and Mr. Hilton
will be held week
s one District. The Board chairmanis
you and your family. Coleman. Sr.. everyone enjoyed
earlier than
regularly Jerome Johns of Starke. / We hope Don Newmans will
2i4L..Xrow. bowling and eating out.
scheduled due to the Christmas
0 0 After the hearing, the Water soon be feeling much better. Miss Chervl Yarbroughattended'
O Holiday. Use Plan will be presented to Mrs. Lamar Green (Marie) fe
The dinner will be held STARKE LOCALS
the Governing Board for 'Johnstownchurch
has been a patient in Union! meeting with the
1 Saturday; December 17, at 6p.m.
adoption. The Plan will then (From Page 4)) General Hospital, and we hope group Saturday nightin
Out Your at the Garden
be sent to the Florida
Ring Restaurant. Department of Environmental Teem and Mac Baldwin and she Walter is feeling Riners much from better.the Lake City .

The speaker will be announced Mae and Harry Hatcher had a
Regulation for business State .Farm, has been in the !Mr. A.M. Jones and Mr.
next week. Everyoneis inclusion in the State Water flying trip last week
e Veterans Hospital in Gainesville Lucian Alvarez visited Mr.
invited to attend. Reservations that usually read about
Use Plan. you
whore he recently had A.R. Bruner in Union General
are required for the happening to the other fellow\
Greeting dinner and may be made by They started out from the surgery, we wish him a Hospital Sunday
for further information speedy Our deepest sympathy
calling Ed Longnecker in Requests Gainesville; recovery ? "goesto
on the hearing, or airport last Rev. Melton and his wife the family and relatives of
. Keystone Heights at 473.2702 what should have
Tuesday on
: for the Water Use have both been sick and Mr. Crews who
With A for copies we Clyde paused
!Norm; Rivers in Melrose
f\ or at been a five hour flight to
) Now Th should be directed to the are glad are both back Saturday
Plan
ruChristmas you away
47.VIH70: (; by a p.m. Friday, Louisville, Ky. But it took 11
Water home from the
River Rev.
Dec Suwannee hospital. 1 know brother. Leo
C.B. IB.Anyone hours to get there and 19 hoursto my
unable to attend the Management District, Post return. Melton is the pastor of the Viirbrough 01t.. Myers sure

dinner portion of the meeting t Office) I Drawer K. White From Gainesville they flew Evergreen: Baptist Church. was surprised to hear he had
is invited hear \ Florida :32IKW.: The Ace Richardson is very ill the beautiful
to the speaker to the At lanta airport Tuesday won quilt that
Just $4995 No phone numbers are !KM-3)7-!) and Is a patient at the Riverside raffled off the
at7 p m. reservation is required morning: circled the field for was by Womans
I for that portion. :2111 I and !M)4-3r) >2-IOOl. Pi: hours but couldn't land Hospital in Jacksonville. ('Iub.'ro lucky thin:
Mr. Richardson is the brotherof
because the airport was Mrs. Mallie Griffis. We are sorry to hear Mr.
I' O socked in. So the plane our J.E. Pierce has been sick and
with him and
prayers'are his
0 departed for Raleigh- was in he hospital. He is back

d y PACECB-162 Qj GUARD OPENINGS Durham. N.C. where they family.Maxie Wilkenson is home now and feeling much
23CHANNEL I ... landed and stayed in the plane a ,better.
at Alachua General;
patient
; for Pa hours departed for
: BASEC8TRANSC .> jp Norfolk. Va. and; from Norfolkto Hospital and we hope he will ? MnGeraIdm Griffis'went
the best shopping hf
soon get stronger. to 'Jacksonville
; Dual conversion with switchable automatic built-in noise IN AUTO MECHANICS WELDING Richmond. Va. departed Tuesday him and his family. Mr. Saturday, for school supplies

limiter tuned IF "litters S/RF/ meter PA/CB/ control afternoon. They Wilkenson was a teacher and for the classroom.

transmit and receive indicator lights plug-in dynamic mike RADIO EN6INEER EQUIPMENT sboro.from Richmond N.<'. but couldn't for Green land principal at the Haiford Klemcnlary Mr. Elmer Thornton and

'I 110 volt AC or 12 volt DC positive or negative ground there cither so went on toWintonSalem. School and a very son. Jimmy, along with Mr
dear friend lo all of us. Alvin Griffis worked real
.f R UII REPAIRS ADMINISTRATION N.C. arriving hard
Mrs. Sarah Stafford and
at 4 p.m. Tuesday. Then on to Saturday to put a new roof on
S218.95 Mrs, Margaret Killer wentshoppingInJax.Saturday Klmers: house.
Mrs.
Louisville. Ky. arriving lit 1\ Marzella
; LAFAYETTE 20 POSITIONS'' AVAILABLETo p.m. Returning Wednesday al > and Thornton prepared a delicious
timed out for' dinner at
dinner for the
7:30: p.m., arrived Atlanta and working men.
circled 45: minutes before H niin/u. All volunteers for this
projCl'1would
AMERICAN FAMILY Qualify You Must Be 17 Years of Ageor landing. We enjoyed l the weekend be appreciated bv. !Mr,
with little ImRonda who
i Thornton.
After landing they found out .
Up OpenKfSs Men And Women was visitingith/: \ iw. *hi
for I the last plane for Gainesville; helped! us decorate
Mi i iliHMiVMMMMiM HMB *"*** had departed. So they were "Friday night daughter Mrs. Alice Clance
SOUND guests of the airlines over went shopping in Jacksonville'Saturday
Don't (forget to support the
F night In Atlanta. Left Atlanta ,
FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL Thursday at 10:45: a.m., Gospel; Raiford Holiness Revival
155 W. Call arrived Gaineville 12IS: p.m. Mrs. Alma Jt ". .
; Alxocaughl in the air jam In Center Supper at 1f.m: Following her MrsTpS,
Down town 964-7329 631st MAINTENANCE. COWAN.. Atlanta were Molly and Jack are of mother
; Road' Lawtey. wont in
who Gospel Quartet, Glory JaeksooVilleon
,
Brit* THIi M For Y..r FIORIM MM MTNHIM MMP t, Flynn from. Thanksgiving were returning weekend Singers! will and go toward others. finishing All proceeds Mmday. a Austin'ss trip.

e I with their daughter and .
e the building. "
Altleboro.. Mass and
.. fM-SIH I family Re rnlly Scout Troop No. 'Mrs. Iva Mcl\t'tmy VISilt,1
'
also of
overnight
were guests
FREE! Christmas. tonmWt I the airlines at (he name hotel IXI: hdd weekend rampout1at I home 1\ of PierceCrews at the
were W.F, Atw
Camp Htanding. They Sund.1Y.Anyone .
the Baldwins and Hatchers
JOIN THE I.T..IL"iiIH. stayed. Another Starkite. sponsored by 'the Florida National -,

Our Way Of Saying Merry Christmas Bobby Patterson. who was (Guard' and the'North wishing to put mews
Florida Scout Council. Many'thanks
'
e o 41.20 T, '1M.7I P"r Wuksitli ,. returning Leonard from basic training to the different units '. In a1t0l'd( thc paper II,," eonl't'fnU1R ll0e
Fort Mo. PkoaM
at Wood
.1..... T. 'IMf. Mr Ttw' ... t W'was also caught In Atlanta and'a that The'took Canasta part in Club helping.!incoliTeverv ;:;"..\ Mn..Juanita an1I1'contact at 4IIIA75 : .

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r r6 -. -., --. Scott Keens Lawtev SeatVeteran

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v -j Lawtey councilman 137 to 53 for the second clerk Lucille 'Shuford and the seats now 'occupied by I'
Robert Scott was returned to straight year an amendmentto police chief M.M. "Butch" John Robertson and Ben I'
5 office by a margin of 51 votes make the city clerk an Jordan. McCulley will ,be up for
$ for an eighth term by voters appointive rather than an City commissioners Marvin election. = ,
: I Tuesday Dec 6, over elected position. Rosier and Buster Bennett Councilman Robertson has 1
a } \ challenger Spurgeon "Spud" Without opposition In their return for two-year terms temporarily moved to !
s, Massey. bids for new terms were city without opposition. Next year,' Jacksonville due to the health ;.
"1 will continue to do a good ,of his wife, according to
job and give the people what mayor Marvin Rosier He ,.
p they want," said Scott after Jordan Says No Intention; To File AppealJordan hopes to move back to Lawteyin
the vote
count. Massey, who January. If not, Robertson
served five years as a council- plans to resign. In case of a
man, mayor and fire chief, M.M. Jordan, Lawtey Chiefof as saying lie intendedto resignation', city officials are I
gi was not present. Police, who was convictedin appeal. This was based on uncertain whether the mayor f
\ Scott received 137 votes to county court last week on a Jordan's statement to the 'would be allowed to appoint a
Massey's 86. There were 70 charge of battery, said he had paper that, "I have 30() days to replacement or whether an
a ,,' ballots cast on the city clerk no intention of appealing. the appeal."He explains now that election would be required to.
amendment that were not conviction. this statement did not mean fill the vacancy. :
11 _' marked for a councilman.City A news story in The that he actually intended to Reorganization Is set for the I
CId voters soundly defeated Telegraph last week quoted file an appeal. January 2 meeting. i
The front end of the 1974 Dodge station wagon collided with the driver of the station wagon, a 17-year-old Lake Butler youth, ..
right front corner of the Seaboard Coastline In the old Peggy was still alive when the rescue unit got to Shands Teaching -1" ,
track on Edwards Road. Driver of the EMT vehicle said the Hospital Gainesville. :. : '' '
I I: Clerk's Raise Rescinded Council
i:1 i 'i By I,

2 Youths In Car-Train WreckTwo
Injured 4 4j 4r Raiford Clerk Kathryn Kathryn," Dobbs said, "I Just records and find needed Information :"

Alvarez got a $25 raise given didn't think about your getting .
juveniles, one from ferred to Shands Teaching 43 feet westbound down the cording to Trooper Roberts. and then taken away Tuesday 'the raise last month too." "There's a lot more to this
Lake Butler, the other from Hospital in Gainesville, according track. The Edwards Road railroad night when the town council Mrs. Alvarez told the job," Mrs. Alvarez said, "than
Brooker, were seriously injured to Florida Highway The train was westbound at crossing, the crossing at the realized it had given the clerk council she felt her time and it looks like." During the
Wednesday afternoon Patrol Trooper Don Roberts, about 30 mph. It traveled 664 South end of ,and the two raises. effort was worth the $100 discussion, Councilman Sid
when the station wagon they investigating officer. feet before coming to a stop crossing on Hampton Griff Loop are Mrs. Alvarez will earn $75 monthly. "I just couldn't tell Taylor agreed with the clerk.
'I, were driving collided with a The tram was in a 40 mph raIlroad the three in the area "nobodyever per month A month ago she of the hours 1 spend on town
Seaboard Coastline train on speed zone. The station slows down for," the was drawing $50. Had the business," Mrs.: Alvarez said. On a motion by Dobbs:
the old "Peggy" railroad at a The 1974 Dodge station wagon was in a 30 mph speed trooper "You just don't iwi'i council left the second $25 seconded by Varnes, the move
crossing on Edwards Road wagon in which the two youths zone. It appeared to be a total think of says.it," Roberts added. raise on the books, the clerk "There are lots of times I to return the clerk's salary to
were riding was southboundon loss.The ; : would have drawn $100 per get phone calls at home and $75 monthly was approved
Keith Le Roy Jones, 17, Edwards Road (SR-100A) crossing has been the The Seaboard train uses the month.In have to take care of business when council member Herbie
Lake Butler, the driver, at approximately 55 mph as it site of several wrecks in past Peggy track for delivery to making the motion, that none of the council Whitten agreed with Dobbs
sustained a severe head injury approached the railroad abouta years. There are no, signal and from the Florida Hydrocarbons r jJI''r' councilman Michael Dobbs members even know about," and Varnes. Taylor opposedthe
The passenger, Matt half mile south of SR-100 lights on the Edwards Road gas plant at Brooker. i f i said he had forgotten com Mrs. Alvarez said. She added motion. Council President
McEneany, 16, Brooker, west of Starke. About 75 feet of crossing. Because of woods The train has no set schedule, ; pletely that the council had she couldn't count the times Joyce Norman was not
sustained compound fracturesof skid marks were left before and undergrowth on both sidesof according to Louin Redding, given the clerk a $25 raise a she received phone calls from present at the meeting due to
the left leg. Both youths the front center of the station the Peggy track it is Impossible who lives on Edwards Road. 1 .. 'La..;a"41"Q"" '. month before as well Tallahassee and it ''was a school convention being held.
_were taken to Bradford wagon collided with the right for a driver to see a "You just can't tell when it Incumbent Robert Scott was "It's nothing personal necessary for her to look in the out of town
County Hospital in a county front corner of the train train approaching until within might come along," Redding re-elected to the Lawtey
rescue vehicle and trans- engine. The car was knocked ,150 feet of the crossing, ac- said. council for an eighth term.fjUUI.

: Council Tables Reorganization Of Fire Dept. I IOn

Head Start To
Program Reopen More noteworthy for what it a question of where three men ana save the city
didn't do than what It did do councilman Wilbur Waters 29000.
the Starke council Tuesday and Joe Warren were, Epps Epps denied the plan was
Dec. 6, tabled indefinitely a said both were out of town. made up to counter union acti
Within 2 Weeks HEW Official"All proposed reorganization of the vities by firemen and said the
: Starke Fire Department. Epps said the Fire Com- matter was blown out of proportion .
Saying he wished the full mittee had met and were in .
council was present, council- concurrence to table any re
major problems are major problems behind, Start with the realignmentunder man Charles Schaefer made organization.The In other fire business the'council
behind," said John Jordan, Jordan said he expected the SREC, an eight county b I the motion to table and was opened four bids for a
director of the Office of Child federally funded pre school Community Action Agency. seconded by councilman Fire Department had new fire truck ranging from
Development for Health, program to reopen no later Head Start was notified s Vernon Silcox. Mayor Harold become a hot issue Nov. 15 $28,000 to $54,540. The bids
Education and Welfare in than two weeks. Nov.7 by telegram from HEWto Epps made the vote when Warren made a motionto were turned over to the Fire
predicting the reopening of SREC director Mrs. shut down immediatelyuntil unanimous. w slash the department by Committee for study
said all the proper transfer of paper- ..'
the local Head Start center no Frances Jackson
later than two weeks. transfer were sub- work. Jordan said since the
papers r I Susanne Casey To Head IIRS In Bradford Union I
mitted Nov. 16 but she still had paperwork seems to be in y ,
Jordan from his Atlanta no word Tuesday. She added order he did not believe there
office Tuesday said HEW has she did not receive authorization would be any more problems.In M Ms SusanneCasey has been with HRS began in 1967 'as a Program Office in
received the agreement trans- to open Dec. 1 as had been Bradford and Union d ''I appointed effective 11-3-77() as s cial worker in Tampa, Gainesville. She was
ferring Head Start from the talked about in earlier discussion counties 72 children still 3 Sub-District I1I-A Administrator -' working primarily with promoted to Direct Services
local CUBB agency to the remain out of the Head Start I Health and mental health clients. From Supervisor, responsible for 'I
Suwannee River Economic Sally Nelson, director of the center. 144 children were affected I Rehalibitative Services, 1971 to 1974 she was employed Aging and Adult Services,
Council. SREC should be noti- agency when it was CUBB, in the four counties including announced William McClure, as the Director of Clinical Social and Economic Servicesand
fied by the end of the week, said she had not received any Baker and Clay. Jr., District III Administratorat Social Services at the Northeast Mental Retardation
said Jordan. communication from HEW. In The staff of 12 has been out Mrs. Elverla II. DeVoe of i Starke shows off her blooming the Gainesville Florida State Hospital, programs In June, 1976. Her '
Although he said it was October, CUBB was relievedof of work since Nov. 7 without Christmas cactus with an esti mated 250 blooms. headquarters. Macclenny. In September of current assignment Mental "
i difficult to predict, with all\ the the responsibility for Head compensation. Others beside her were small erbut were equally a* abundant. 1974. she accepted the position'of Supervisor for District III, has
Ms. Casey will be respon- Social Services L Director of been .iq, effect ,since ,April. :
sible for the over-all the Regional Retardation 1977 B

Recreation Acreage Sold To Raiford '''For $1 operations Hamilton of HRS, Columbia programsin ,

II Suwannee, Lafayette, Union, .
Bradford Dixie, Levy,
Union Commission Action Gilchrist, Putnam and
By County TuesdayDuring Alachua Counties. Included in
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the territory are Sunland CHtySTfflflS ,
a time of reported Archie Clemens, the one Upon the reply from Griffis, will give the county so much written contract in existence, Training Center in Gainesvilleand ( ) )y" 'llkfjff) i 4((7+H} '
financial hardship, five Union sealed bid received from the Harrison and Johns added each year for "x" number of that one being between the Lancaster Youth t'H r 46ahl( W\>>tfFf; (imwtfMNtfM' *
County Commissioners unanimously town of Raiford was accepted. their affirmative vote for the years" said CommissionerSam town of Worthington Springsand Development Center in
agreed to sell 4'.5 acresof When the vote was called sale, making the vote un Johns. the Sheriffs Department.That Trenton Container Grown Plants That Will
county owned property to for Commission Chairman animous. Gerald Griffis countered, contract Maines said, MS. Casey's; associatior
the town of Raiford for the Blair Harrison said. "Beforethe Prior to the vote, a short and saying, "That shouldn't enter was an annual thing and couldbe i Last for Weeks And Then Can Be
princely sum of $1. vote is completed, I would to the point discussion was into it. The county didn't ask cancelled with a year's
like it to go on record that held between the commissioners Lake Butler or Worthington notice by the town to the FLORID lHEATR& < Planted Outside .
That decision was reached Mayor Griffis will recommend and Mayor Griffis, Springs for any certain sheriff.
last Tuesday morning at the to the Raiford Council, concerning Raiford's contributions amount before helping them General consensus of the ..TAakC gb4.5451, $299In
regular monthly meeting of a yearly contribution of $4,000to to the county for out." board was to have a repre- FQx. SIlIT. Sun.F1iil1. 5 Pots
the board at which all five the county." police, or law enforcement "Yes Lake Butler does' sentative, or representatives,
; commissioners were present. 111 certainly make that protection for the county. have the community center," from the commission to meet 1 1 In 6Ya" Pots $449 ::1
: On a motion by Commissioner recommendation to the "I believe Raiford should Johns said "and they gave with the various councils of ,
Gerald Griffis, seconded council," Mayor J.D. Griffis give us some type of commit- the county $8.000, too. Johns the municiplaities within the 5 To 7 Bloom's 'j
1 J' by Commissioner answered. ment to help out and say they added, "At that, they're not county to discuss possible ',7;1
overpaying, and Worthington inter-local contracts.
Springs helped pay for part of The county property sold S iji .CHRISTMASCACTUS
; their community building, has been under negotiation!\ .
I 6 Elected To Board Of Chamber too." with the town of Raiford for f :
i Mayor Griffis indicated years. The property was fjftI;:,
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whether the sale was made or legally advertised for sale the
j Election of five new In other action last Thur- Claus, disguised as WPXE not, the building on the first time on Nov. 24 with a .e f l In Beautiful Bud & Bloom
members and one incumbentto sday, the Board of Governors: reporter Andy Dennon property needed extensive deadline for receiving bids in \1'(1(I h'i I Easy To Care For
the Board of Governors of -Was told by Chamber -Appointed a committee of repairs. The repairs would the county clerk's office set as 1
; the Starke-Bradford County Manager Bill Wilson the 1977 Dolly Simpson and Ed Rip- have to be made, Griffis said, 11 a.m., Tuesday, Dec. 6. $949 ):
i Chamber of Commerce was Chamber sponsored Christ. plinger to plan a program for whether by the county or by Raiford attorney Dick Welty _!J
\' announced Thursday, Dec. 1, mas Parade set for 10 a.m. the annual Chamber dinner the town. r hand delivered the sealed Y JAWINWM 1N t 4" PotsCONTAINER
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', at the regular meeting of the Dec. 10 is expected to be one of banquet to be held at the "In my opinion," Mayor Raiford bid to county clerk ROBERT RCDrORD I,
governors in the Garden the better and bigger ones country club early next year. Griffis said, "the county won'tbe Robert Driggers early I
fi Restaurant Starke will have seen in recent The board is considering losing anything by selling Tuesday morning, and the bid ROBERT SHAW I I
years. Wilson announced that Manager Wilson's suggestionof this property to the town. If was opened at II a.m. J
I New members are Dallas four bands, the high school a wine tasting ceremony anything they would be Raiford council members THE: SUNG i ,
''I) Mayo of MacDonald, Archie and middle school bands from with a reknowned wine testeras gaining, by letting the town be have been working toward the
Tanner of Archer-Tanner both Union High and Bradford the featured speaker. responsible for repairs. purchase of the property with TECHNICOLOR, BE RELEASE Funeral Home, Ray Norman High plan to march in the Wilson also suggested the needed." the intention of installing UNIVERSAL
cashier of the Community parade. The Union High band board agreed to increase the The question of a written recreational facilities for town Full Foliage Trees You Can Decorate Nicely
State Bank; Rannie Rathff of wants to march in the paradebut number of awards given agreement between the townof residents. I And Then
Plant Your Real Tree In The Yard ,
has threeor Raiford and the Members of the council are
Starke Auto Parts and Sam to perform at a outstanding citizens to county
Audukiwicz of Florida Power football game between four as opposed to the commissioners or the hoping to apply for and receive \ FA'J: SAT.
& Light. Incumbent member Blountstown and Lake Butlerin single award given in recent Sheriff Department was federal grant funds en- 3'4' $699 4'-5" '
re-elected is Ken Platt. the state high school years.A single award forces brought up by several board abling them to establish recreational Size $999
g manager of the DuPont playoffs and may be late. The the chamber to pass up too members. The subject was facilities on the Size
Company.here. L'HS band wants Wilson to many deserving individualswho discussed at last month's property.
hold up the parade until it gets are outstanding in their commission meeting, and Types of recreational Buy Now!
The new board memberswill here, Wilson said. particular area. Wilson told board attorney Hal! Y. Maineswas programs and facilities men-
take office February 1. -Was visited by Santa the governors. requested to gather tioned at past meetings include -
further information on the tennis court, basketball t .
subject. court, handball court, and the i I' ,1
Ii Maines reported to the improvement and upgrading Make Dads Work Easier And
Pecan Volume Steady; Price Down 13 Cents board there was only one of the current Softball field. \

Quicker Give Him More Time
I Pecans continue in high Allen said the average price Dec. 8) 1 p.m. Whether there __111'1' _._ _..lot __ 1'- .. ,.1
volume as 18.800 pounds of paid for the nuts was 42 cents will be any more sales will be The For Golf Or?
nuts were auctioned off per pound compared to about determined by the amount of I Trail Rasltarraat PLTONDA u
Thursday, Dec. I, at the State 55 cents per pound in the three pecans still available, said Genuine
Farmer's Market in Starke, prior auctions. Sixty six Allen. 301' N. Lawtey A EVERY MODEL
I according to market manager growers received $7,935 for The market manager said "Fu1t w6RLo"Sun. WEED EATEREDQERMOWERNW
I Bob Allen, although they the nuts, Allen said pecans are still being cracked [:cu( : (UlIliLiC: : (!( CGtf( '' C'LLL' t ( \aV( \ _
\> average price dropped 13 The next auction is daily at the market by J.R. REDUCED 'IfGARIENft '

J i cents per pound. scheduled today (Thursday, Wainwright. S .clal tail..* 'Iwh.u spltrsRuf Mon.


II I Registration Set For Winter SFCC Courses I I.,,.i far !. 11-1 ,..., .. &- "I.T. I. AU/U4 JMACKKTON' M RS $19t5 T. 7115

Area residents wanting to composition, Introduction to! uegan !Monday Dec. 5 and GUI.* Him.
register for winter semester Sociology, Wednesday, continues through Friday, bee Sluk II o. WPlitt
courses at Santa Fe Com- Biology and Human Values, Dec. 9. Hours for registrationeach Frlfcf, ...* b BARRIN6TO
munity College may do so Introduction to Speech, of these days is noon to 8 -
Thursday. Dec. 8, from 6 to Behavorial Science Thur- p.m. at the Northwest cam- all_ V frit* Fnel. N IOtIDA NURSERY
8:30: p.m. at the Starke sday, Human Origins and pus, 3000 N.W. 83 Street. ...Ihcsttlf-iibMlo "idcn" CENTEI
Elementary School cafeteria. State and Local Government.All TraH i.turaat Moral '_.'IA.a ) Classes that will be held at Registration forms or in- r PluS 339. E, Cell St.. Starke.\ ; Fla.
Starke Elementary are: classes held in Starke formation may be gotten at Hour: 7 A.M.10 P.M. Dally Including Sunday SENSUOUS: :Phone ae.tII145'I !
Monday, Elementary are from 7 to 9:45: p.m. and Starke Elementary from cwwuL Eo
I Algebra, Introduction to will start Tuesday, Jan 10. Richard Jockel or Santa Fe, 301 N. 782.3819 Lawtey "eNA Ea...
Logic; Tuesday, college Registration on campus 377-5161 In Gainesville.

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Newsby SOUTHSI0E


'.NEWS; ,, Pa c tap Sfaro

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Elizabeth G.Walker Service. Sunday School 10 Deacon Lonnie G. ColemanSr. Date to''ren' ember:. Bradford Staars

Phone 964-6683 a.m. Morning Service 11 a.m. who passed away e December 13, 7:30: p.m. PTA Stark Ri.
Strand Sel Citizens Evening Service 7 December 7,1965 twelve years
p.m. meeting and music program Clam !aa. op MM.TWi t A.N, -, P.M.M .
MT. ZION AME. CHURCH: ago. We will never forget the under the direction of Miss I '
The Strand Senior Citizens Loverfeast Service Friday precious moments that we had Y .. Esther Casas, music teacher. A In. t*M. r 11 P.M.
will meet December 14 in the night. Sunday School 10 a.m. together here day by day and We welcome Mrs. Charlene

Day Care Center room at Cummunion Service 11 a.m. are striving to meet. you in Ennis as third grade teacherto
K.J.E. All senior citizens are and 4 p.m.ANTIO'U. your heavenly home. replace Mrs. Beth Freeman
.
MISSIONARY Your loving wife and
invited to attend. who accepted a teaching
Bradford County Branch BAPTIST CHURCH: Thur children Mrs. Josephine position in Gainesville near Old Crow

NAACP will meet Tuesday, sday 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting. Coleman. her home. Mrs. Ennis is a '
8 Chorus: FIRST BORN CHURCH OF
Saturday _p.m.
Jacksonville native
December 20, at New Bethel graduateof
rehearsal. Sunday School 10 TIIE LIVING GOD: Tuesday Parker
Baptist Church 7:30 All Terry High School BourbonR49
: p.m. i+o
interested Citizens and a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. 7:45: Prayer Service. Friday and the University of North ,
members are invited to at- and 3 p.m. The Choir will singat 7:45: p.m. Tarrying Service. Florida. She has taught one OtDCRow
tend. Starke, Nursing Home. Sunday School 10:30: a.m. year previously. We are also
All interested citizens are Evening Worship 6:30.: Morning Worship 11:30: a.m. very happy to welcome Mrs. $
ti
CHURCH OF GOD IN Y.P.C.W. 6 Evening
p.m.
Delia Cole
invited to join. The memo as a migrant
bership drive is on. New CHRIST: Friday night 7:30: Service 7:45: p.m. ftoI.. .... r 'V 'I- _1Mi lJ. education tutor on a part time S SE Qt.
Pastoral and
members are invited to Join Teaching basis. Lgtt6.L
Prayer. Sunday School 9:30: -
and present members are : BROOKERIN Bradford County 4-H'ers as they tour M.D. Andrews Mrs. Beulah Lennon's

invited to renew their a.m.a.m. Morning with Elder Worship D.11:30:A. Memorial Nursery and Georgia-Plywood Mill, both near kindergarten is presenUy :: "
memberships.DELL Chief nd. involved in a unit on i
Williams in charge. YPWW 6 BRIEFby
CHAPTER 168 vocations. The purpose of this
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR p.m. with Sister Jimmie unit is to make the children 1 Id I
will meet Thursday, Thomas in charge. Tuesday Jeanette Prescott 4-H'ers Tour Plywood Mill Belanger. Accompanying more aware of the job Ir r
Bible Band with '
December 8th in the Masonic night Sister Phone 485-1715 And!M.D. Andrewsl\lemorlal them were Richard Schroederand possibilities open to them as
Hall on Brownlee Street. All Rubv Mae Fisher in charge.!( BROOKER ELEMENTARY: !Nursery Near Chief!land Hank Cochran, County adults. They have been **

members are invited to attend .NEW BETHEL NEWS Foresters, and Lowell reading books, singing songs
this very important meeting. MISSIONARY BAPTIST December 16th will be the Ten Bradford County 4- Parrish, 4-H Agent.Of and telling what they want to
Eastern Star Day will be CIIURCII: Bible Class 7:30: last day of school for students H'ers toured the State Tree particular Interest was be when they grow up. $4"a
observed Sunday, December Wednesday night. Saturday 6 before Chirstmas Seedling Nursery and the the production of the thin Bill Hamilton in Mrs.
10 at Greater Bethlehem p.m. Choir No.1. will begin. School then resumes Georgia-PacificPlywood Mill layer of wood from tree Dorothy Leach's third grade

Freewill Baptist Church at 3 rehearse. Sunday School 9:30: January 3 (Tuesday) since Thursday, Dec. 1. Both are trunks. Four-H'ers were fascinated won the class award for
p.m. The Masonic Family is a.m. Morning Service 11 a.m. January 2 will be a Teacher's located near Chienand. at several different making the most progress
invited to participate in the Evening Worship 6 p.m. Planning Day. Those attending were: stages in the manufacturing during the last six-weeks
Christmas
activity. practice Mondayand LUNCH MENU Randy Starling, Willie line eroding period.
Wednesday at 4 p.m. MONDAY: Spaghetti with Hamilton, Mark Crews, Guy 4-H Is open to all .without Mrs.Kathy Metzler and Jim

EBEZENER BAPTIST meat sauce, tossed salad, fruit Wayne Parrish, Eddie Bar- regard to race, color sex, or Lewis are currently trainingand
Church News: CHURCH. : Tuesday night 7p.m. cup, cheese stix, milk. nes, Don Green and Bud national origin. choosing players from the .
..GREATER ALLEN::/ Bible Study. Thursday 6 TUESDAY: Hamburgers, fourth and fifth grades for a
CHAPEL A. M. E. CHURCH: p.m. Prayer Meeting. Sunday lettuce, tomato, pickle, basketball tournament Chivas
Christmas rehearsal each School 9:30: a.m. Five o'clock chocolate pudding, bun, milk. December 8 at Starke
Sister Louise Jackson
Tuesday and Friday at 5:30.: is WEDNESDAY: Christmas Elementary The third Regal Imported
asking!( all Missionaries and
All Sunday School studentsare Dinner: Roast with gravy fourth, and fifth grades are
Home Mission
invited to participate. participants' buttered green peas, bakedpotatoes currently working in a
to be with the
present along
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning cranberry sauce basketball and recreational
Deaconesses and Sister Dora Ww Scotch
Worship 11 a.m. Hawkins. rolls, milk, orange popsicle. sports unit
Notice! Dinners will be sold THURSDAY: Dried beans, Ms. Cyndee Lawrence's i

from the kitchen Saturday .FREEWILL GREATER BETHLEHEM strawberry jello, cornt second-third grade students
beginning at 11:30.PLEASANT : BAPTIST peanut better sandwich, milk. observed Thanksgiving
GROVE: CHURCH: Tuesday 7:30: FRIDAY: Pizza, chilled $099
Tuesday, Nov. 22, by dressingas
..USITEUlI'TIIOIfST: Prayer Meeting. Wed. 7:30: peaches, Greek salad, green Pilgrims or Indians. They ,-,
Clll'RCII: Every first and cleanup night. Thursday 7:30: beans, biscuit, milk. made Indian headbands or -.---,

second Monday,7 p.m., Young Story Senior Hour.Choir Thursday rehearsal.8 p.m. NEW RIVER BAPTIST Pi' rlm hats to complete their W
Adult Choir rehearsal. Every The young people of New pa--Mcular' costume. The
Friday night the pastor and
Tuesday 7 p.m., Young congregation will motor to River had a Thanksgivingsocial ..nphasis was on sharing at
Junior Choir rehearsal. on Saturday November
Thanksgiving: time as the
for Service
Wednesday 7 p m.. Prayer Lawtey at 26. Debbie and Sandy Crut- children brought foods to
Macedonia Freewill
Meeting Thursday, 7 p.m., Church.The Tiny Tots will Baptist sell chfield hosted it at their home. sample, such as homemade Smirnoff-;.
Bible Study. Sunday School The evening consisted with a bread pecan pie, turkey-
dinners from the kitchen
10 a.m. Service terminate tor Saturday. The Little Church chili supper, games and a g4 j shaped cookies, cheeses,

the day. will meet Saturday at 5:30a : devotional.good time. Everyone had a f _, fruits, and nuts with cornucopia Vodka
ilT.IORIAII:
UNITED: holding an assort
m. Sunday School 9:30: a.m.
METHODIST: IltHCIl I : The combined Adult and ment of fruits and vegetables
Bible Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth Choirs were asked to Sandra $ C79Gordons
Wednesday 6:00: Study. Mrs. Duncan's fifth PROOF
Dinner 12:30.: Observance of 3Q
sing at MacDonald's in Starkeon
Sunday School 9:30: a.m. grade has been studying
Parents are asked to send the Eastern Star Day 3 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 4, from 9 to plants. As a special treat, Qt,
Evening Worship 6 with
children to Christmas the p.m. 9:45: p.m., after church. They Mrs. Diane Westcott from the 3e1li t
Women Home Mission in
rehearsal. presented a program of V-Tech School came and gavea

FREE CANAAN TRL'EOIUIU'U charge. Christmas received carols a blessing.and .erf....,..itDiane.........."'_. --........ presentation of unusual
OF GOD IN everyone plants to the class. At the end a
UNITY! : Prayer Band Monday Memory: ;MUSIC RECITAL of the presentation each child
7:30.: Wednesday 7:30: In loving memory of our Mrs. Anita Countryman is Blume Selected Employee Of Month\ received plants to take home

Prayer Meeting and Tarrying beloving husband, and father putting on her Christmas and care for. The students in

music recital at New River Diane Blume Cadillac Uniform Co. employee of the month Mrs. Duncan's fifth grade who
Baptist Church on Saturday for December, with certificate of commendation and trophy made the "A" honor roll were !oo PD"'s U
Dec. 10, Gin
POULTRY MANURE evening beginning at Cheri Foster and Melanie
Jim
presented by plant manager Clark.
7:30: Selections will be
p.m. Wood.The students on the A-B
SPREAD ON YOUR PROPERTY from piano, voice and organ, Diane Blume waR"'electl"d employee, along with a trophy honor roll-are--Pat Barber, o lll0pDNDRf
DUMPED ON YOUR PROPERTY after which refreshments will
as Cadillac Uniform Jan Brooks'Kim; Brown,
which the employee will keep
PICKED UP BY YOU be served. The public is $4 9
Manufacturing Co. employeeof for the month. If the same Rhonda Cason, Tony Davis, 41N
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Grcathouae Spreader Service wQI be cleaning Mr. William cordially to attend. the month for Decemberand employee holds the trophy for Edward Kimbrel, Rosaland Qt.

Cannon' [tot Key(too. Heightaj chicken farm (layerf. no received a trophy and three months consecutivelythe Lennon Greg Nazworth,
litter) In the next few weeka. It you are Interested in purchasing Insurance Complaint certificate of commendation.The trophy.will become! theirs. Donald Thornton, Dianne
thin material...Ieae.call lie at employees and staff of Wood.
the plant had a meeting Nov. Honorable mention of The SouthsidFlementary:
904/475-1458 Or 1904/378.0870 anytime. Handled In G',ille 30 and selected Mrs. Blume as employees for Novemberwere Library is currently featuring
the that three tables of books-.one
single employee was : Sumiko Beymer. Mary
GREATHOUSE SPREADER SERVICE Citizens with questions and outstanding in her Lou Davis, Emma Tyson, contains new books on

complaints about insurancecan cooperation, production, Violet Mickell, Della Manning assorted subjects, another has Canadian
Star Route. Earitfon, Rio 32631 receive assistance by quality standards and at Pauline Lemire, Carol Christmas and holiday books
calling, the Insurance Service titude. Holmes Idabel Dempsey and the other displays booksof

a riet Office in Gainesville.The A certificate of commendation Charlotte Jones, Helen Wells, crafts, hobbies and make-it- Lord CalvertCanadian
Office is located at 901 will be given each Louise Patterson, Lucille yourself ideas for children to

$ N. W. 8th Avenue, Suite C-3, month to an outstanding Vickery and Lillian Williams. try making their. own LOAD
For '
Sale./'ic) 9JJ E Gainesville, Florida 32601, ..... Christmas gifts. ,1
and for """- /J/J IIMQ ::;"" .. '''-- '-'-'-' i I GLVERuseeu.TQt
provides services LP -r- /:;; : .
t4 ? oaw Alachua Bradford, Dixie, [1..1'p"
J : OIINiSDISCOUNT Gilchrist, Levy, Marion, Starke Officer $549 .
In the Bahamas, people pour water from the claw of a crabinto
Putnam, and Union counties. their ears to cure earaches.Christmas.

WAREHOUSEHwy Switches To


100 W. Starke, Fla. Trees Lawtey PoliceWith


:- the reinstatement of Coca Schlitz

'Spruce-Scotch Pines CETA funds for a third
Has New ; policeman for the city of Beer

Lawtey, James "Danny" Cola
r Douglas Firs Parmenter was hired to fill
StovesFrom I that the Lawtey
vacancy 12 Oz.
Council reported during the 9 120Z$149
Cans $13
; Yp regular monthly meeting 6 Pk.
Monday, Dec. 5. 6 Pk.
,
'
.. v., pOranges Parmenter was hired Nov.
19 to fill the vacancy after the

: $ 95 of Everett "Skip"
189 Philips Nov 14. A former city

of Starke policeman Parmenter's Wine. Cellar

..... r position is federally
'funded by the Comprehensive
Employment Training Act.
Andre
In Asst. Colors Lawtey currently has three

patrolmen: Charles Carter, Or
another CETA employee and k Champagne

Police Chief M.M. Jordan.In .
other business the council Cold
b -III orb New heard a report no parking Duck

.signs were installed on US-301
and street name signs couldbe
purchased at cost from the $239
14'Cubic county after a sign machine
l 7- shop becomes operational in
February.

Ins Democratic DinnerTo

1 ,: 4 & Grapefruit Bushel Honor Officials Imported


.- --- Ft. Elected officials of Bradford Mateus

1 1r4 Until 8 P.M. Thurs.-Frl. And Sat. County and their wives are
i Frost % invited to be guests of the
i Open Sunday 16 P.M. Bradford County Democrar-
Live Committee at a steak $2695t
dinner to be held in the Starke b
FreeRefrigerators Mom Make Plans To Let Your Small Frys Golf and Country Club
>
Monday night,Dec. 12, at 7:15:
Visit Santa Norman's ChristmasTree p.m.Mrs. Gallo PinkChablis

Jean Chance of the ,
Lot Dec. 17, Saturday 2.5 P.M.Norman's University of Florida and

In Assorted Colors $ *) "7 A 9 5 Congressional vice-chairman District of the Second of the ,

Farm State of Democratic Party
Open 7 Days A Week AtOLIN'S 1 V will be the featured speaker. '

County Democratic Committee
Produce & members and their' $139

MOBILE NOMESALES ''wives' have been invited and

Seafood are urged not to miss this last
Market important, interesting, and

complimentary dinner
617 N. Temple 964 6O71 meeting of the year, ac- ,

carding to Chairman Vernon 'Prtm'/aad TMaae Fri. & $
:
OPEN 8:30 am 6 pnv Olin.- Committee members is'Oily'-

Hwy 100 W. Starke Man unable to attend are asked; to
Sat. contact Chairman Olin.





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#'Youth. I :Activities ,' R'ey.;James. Parrish Choosen Pastor 'ST.EDWAiRDSNEWS: I AI
( urnuea ins nenewui. Cumber, Mrs. Ruth Meng,
The youth of the Methodist John Dempsey assisted the Of. Morgan: Rd. Baptist Christmas Bazaar Lake City's EpJphariy/Ciriurch': : Attending, from St, Edward's r>1rs.'Cecelia Richards; Mrs.
.. Woman frortCSfrjEd ya d'a,
Mrs. Norman Phillips is ; Parish Mrs. Kay Richards, Mrs. Anne
Church met at the fairgrounds youth fin'' completing the were;
''on last Thursday carpentary work, needed; on Ja'mes'T. has chairman of the Christmas Gainesville ;tak cq'llty, Antoinette Coss, Mrs. Ann Samons, Mrs. Peggy Shaller I
evening Parrish High..
and Rev. Springs
,last Saturday the float. Bazaar being held this Macclenny Gingras, Mrs. Josephine and Mrs. Dolores Meng. :}
morning owok'for been chosen as pastor of the Saturday.10, from Sam.until Branford and Wllliston 'at-
'on; their float the Christmas At the regular weekly Morgan Road Baptist Church. 1
Parade. meeting of the youth last i 4:30: p m. at the Bank -
Rev Parrish Is a native of
Area of the Bradford
Sunday evening Mrs: Bobbv ',Dade City, Fla. He and his Square
ST. MARKS CIIURCII, Biggs and Mrs. A.G. Loudon wife Betty, have a nine-year- Shopping Featured Center. 'J;
at the Bazaar will Holiday Social ;
Rev John PlynnCOMMITMENT \ served a snack supper. old daughter, Pamela. be handmade articles including
Mike
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SUNDAY! Devotions were given by Before coming to the
8:30: a,rn.Holy Eucharist; 9:45: Whiffen and plansto were made Morgan Road Church Rev. household toys items.decorations Homemade, and \' I
a.m., Church School; 11 a.m., put on a Christmas Parrish pastored the Lulu candies and baked goods will .
:
Morning Prayer; 2 p.m:, program on December., to Baptist Church in Lulu. His also be available. ,
Parade of Homes; 5:30 go caroling and to provide two a
p.m. former pastorates Include the a t 1 The drawing features$100 in
Pageant Rehearsal. Christmas baskets for
Northside ,
Baptist Church cash and an afghan. Santa
families in the area. Starke and he has pastored in Claus will be on hand to chat I
Opp. Ala.., Titusville, and with children and accept: TOTAL ELECTRIC g
MADISON ST BAPTIST Chipley.
It e Charles Swart r Rev. Parrish is a graduateof requests.Spiritual Renewal
SUNDAY: Sunday School, Baptist Bible Institute. He Rev. Father Patrick Foley, FROST FREE HBBWai
9:45: a.m.; Morning Worship, is a Correctional Counselor at St. Edward's Pastor led the
It I a.m,; Church Training, 6:15: Union Correctional Institute. of REFRIGERATORCARPET f
Alumnae and alumna are really Day Spiritual Renewal held
pm.; Evening Worship, 7:30 ... .
the Latin words for"foster -- on November 30 at "
pm. Nursery provided. Ron" and "foster daughter." Rev James T. ParrishSCAVENGER Gainesville's Holy Faith '
Week Of Prayer Catholic Church.Concelebrating. ,I
:: IIUNT THROUGHPUT
Obituaries Mass with' '
II Observed At Father Foley were Hev.
{ ... .. _. Last Friday evening the Father John Dux and Rev.
Airs, r.lva.rl'WS AbernathyMrs. Deacon of the First ChristianChurch young people from the Pine Father Sebra. Serial No. 0411 Delivered $
Anthony Hev.
in Lake Butler. First Baptist Churcl:1 1 Level Baptist Church had a Father Flannan Walsh, Holy Set Up & Anchored f : J.rI'JohnBrown's
Klva Crews Abernuthy. Mr. Crews is survived by "Sound Scavenger Hunt." Faith Pastor the
77, died in a Tampa one daughter. Mrs. Carol December 4-11 is a Week of Unlike an ordinary welcoming address.gave Also Plus 1 Set Off Steps \',.
Hospital after an extended Lank of Port Washington. Prayer for Foreign Missionsin scavenger hunt, the young present was Rev Father '
illness. :N.Y.; one grandson. Michael the churches of the people had to record on Thomas! Gordon Pastor of I'
Mrs. Abernathy was born in Douglas of Lake Butler; and Southern Baptist Conventionand cassette tapes certain predetermined Wide Selection Of
the New River section of one brother. Mr. Carl A. the Lottie Moon Christmas sounds such as a New Used & Repos
Bradford County, and lived in Crews of Jacksonville. Offering is taken in con cow mooing, dog barking Heaves AssignedTo !
Tampa for the last 4H years. Funeral services were held junction with the time of retired person whistling Germany
:She worked for the Ilav-a- Tuesday. Dec. 6, at 2 p,m. in prayer. "Dixie" and many more.A Kitzingen. Germany
Tampa Cigar Factory until the First Christian Church The offering goal is set at total of 42 participated in First(AHINO Class) Robert Dec 1-Sergcant E.
hhe retired and was a w ith Rev. Raymond Baer officiating. $34.000.000.() the event. The winning group of Mrs. Reaves 1
member of the Christian Burial was in Dekle Sunday evening Dec. 4, a was Dwayne Carlton Andy son Stancil. Route Georgia 1. Starke K.,
Church. Cemetery under the directionof Missions Supper was enjoyedby Murrow Randy Dudding Ken
:Mrs Abernathy is survived Archer Funeral Home of the members of First Gockley and Shane Thornton.Mrs. recently was assigned as a Mobile Home Center :
platoon with the 3rd
r liy one son.Jack "'. Abernathy Lake Butler. Baptist. A meal cooked and Alice Kenney was the Infantry sergeant Division in Kit-
(. of Tampa; four grandchildren served by the men of the driver for the group. Every Germany
and four great. church with George Pierce as one enjoyed Sloppy Joes, zingen I SR. 21 N. 473-3775 Keystone Hgts.
grandchildren. .1 DIES E IRI.TJo STON,57 head chef. chips, dips and cookies after His wife. Marylyn is with' 1
Funeral services were held :Mr. James Earl Teston 57. the scavenger hunt. ,him in Germany.
Thursday Dec I 1. at 2 p.m. in of l Law ley died last Thursday
the Chapel of Archer Funeral in the Bradford County
Home of Lake Butler, with Hospital in Starke following a
burial at Hen Sapp Cemeteryin brief illness. ,
Bradford County Born in Jacksonville Feb. / 1

!. 1920!:! he had lived in Lawtey ,
:3l.r..Chile>.Crews! since I'Jlll.' He was an Army
veteran of\V. W. 2, member of (
Mr Clyde U. Crews, 09. of the L Law toy First Baptist HURRY
Lake Butler passed away Church, and was a carpenter
Saturday at his home located employed at Camp Blandmg "
;it :iu.'i: :N'.W. :)rd St.. after an by the State Military P1ONE (( / THROW RUGS!
extended illness Department. Parents were "
:Mr Crewsas born in the late. Blame Teston& Ruby
Union 'ounty where he Brown.
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early resided years his entire he was life. in In the his 1)orothyTanner Survivors include Teston his: three wife HALF OUR INVENTORY 1 x,;

umbeland t turpentine sons Wayne. Michael. & 2 Price
husinoss. lie owned and Jerry Teston. all of Lawtey FOR WHAT IT WILL BRING
operated Crews Building three'daughters. !Mrs. Dianne
Supply in Lake Butler for the Ha>es. Miss Kathy Teston &
past :2S: y'ear's.Mr Miss :Nancy Teston all of
: 'rews graduated from liuley: three brothers.
Union County High School andwas Lonme G. Teston of Lawtey.G r
on the first tootbull team. ;W Teston of Land-O-Lakes. TOTHE PUBLIC
Later he graduated from Fid.. & Charles E. Teston I
:Massey Business College in t'.S.' Air Force stationed in LONG SLEEVE
: Jacksonville. He was a Guam: ; two sisters Mrs. DUCKEY'S DEPARTMENT STORE of KEYSTONE HEIGHTS has LADIES
KNITBLOUSES
member of the Masonic Lodge :Mildred Brown of Orlando &
MEN'S Much of My orders are to reduce this inventory
; No.;; 32: F&A M: in Lake Butler :Mrs Clara Baker of Sanford; too Everything. ,.
M former member of the and two grandchildren. $50,000 Immediately. Therefore I am using the best method
:'. Itotary Club, and Woodman of Funeral services were held known Cutting Prices to the Bone. You will find a red and
:: the World member. I Ill' served Sunday in the Lawtey First SHIRTS I yellow Sale Tag on every Item in the store so come assured
.-. .. the Board of County Baptist Church with ..Rev. I
i HI Sale I .in and will,
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c';.;;-Commissioners. 5th District in David Brqwn::, officiating. _,,,__ tho.savings.ore I great. now progress '
::;;y fake Butler for one.. term and; "iJnlL"rjneirt..Kp 'In Lawtey continue until further notice. 4
was on the Lake Butler City Cemetery, under the directionof G.WhitfieldLiquidation 0
Council for many years. Bewas DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Supervisor 2 Price 1
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also a member and Home of Starke. Price

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City Council them.Mr. and Mrs. Joe'Oliver They strolled along the m LEtJLQ?( GJUffiDJ UffiJ'il0, lack of library space. Facultyand biscuit pear, crisp. milk. sweet peas cranberry sauce,
dressing. ambrosia milk.1IIIIIIrIt1llll'll"1IIIIIIrIt..1JIR.
enjoyed .Thanksgiving with students are: anxiously FRIDAY Turkey, ,
To Meet Tuesday streets to the Hampton City
The i'City Council is them also as weir as their Hall. Here. everyone was by Dolores Meng awaiting the completion of the I'A""IIIII'II IJIRIJIR""IIIII'II .JO1

scheduled to meet on Tuesday nephew..Danriy' Gehron' who happily surprised to find some Phone 486-1915 classroom and arrival of the

t evening, December 13, at 7:30: Attends Broward College inTort members of the Senior and Mrs. Cathy Williams. player featured fox trots new teacher. Guitars Guitars fill
'In the'City Hall. Lauderdale. Steven flew Citizens to greet them.
p.m.
group Jitterbug and waltzes.
t back to Clinton, Miss..after'an Mrs. \ Evelyn Vaughan .even Lunch Menu Guitars Galore:
PTA Punch and cookies
SponsorsSock were
Dec. *12-16
Senior Citizens enjoyable visit. He hopes to president of this club Invited
see of his friends whenhe Hop enjoyed by those attending. .MONDAY; Hamburger on
The Hampton Senior many them in to sit around the SOME
The The students had
Hampton Elementary such a
Citizens Club had comes home'again on tables and enjoy punch and Bun lettuce tomato pickle
a good
PTA sponsored a "Sock Hop wonderful congenial PICADORS
evening french fries applesauce Vz SIZES
December 22nd for several
cookies she had .
meeting Friday afternoon. prepared.Mrs.
the that
on Friday evening at they are already planning milk.TUESDAY.
Even though several weeks stay. Josephine Fontaine and cookie by C F. Martin
mem school for sixth and seventh for the next dance. : Beef stew f Si"
bers were sick 20 were in Mrs. William Schaub assistedin grade students in Mrs. Er mustard jSuootsfsd List; frtct '800"fcSAii" '
attendance: William Schaubof Hampton Lake Ne'ws. welcoming the group. While nestine Denmark's and Mrs. NeW Classroom mashed potatoes 4.
banana cake corn
Crescent City won the nice Shower Honors enjoying the refreshments, greens 95Tikt
Carole Shields' classes. Last week the library was bread, milk.WEDSDAY. $39
jar of homemade plum jelly SallyeScoggins Mayor Summers explainedthe There was a good turnout of partitioned and panelled to :'; : Turkey 189 -1
Mrs. Sallye
donated bv Mrs. Garnet Scoggins was responsibilities of the city
and make for the
students. faculty parents.The room additional tossed salad
with noodles _
honored with
a Baby Shower Dslects
Student as a door prize government. Brenda Curtis .
floor was filled with classroom which will be used beans fruit roll,
cup
Plans were made for a last Sunday afternoon givenby enjoyed sitting in the chair her dancers throughout the by fourth graders. green Of Tfclil .
friends at St. Edward's milk. Aevtrtif
covered dish supper to be Daddy uses as Chairman of
with wallflowers books had
evening no Many to be THURSDAY Smoked
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served at the December 16 parish hall in Starke. the City Council. present Music via record moved into classrooms for sausage rice tomato gravy, IiI t ,!.lal l 8tf M." r.r eIIrl'1"'
meeting. This will be held at 5 Lawrence Meng celebratedhis Mr; Peck Dennison was on

p.m. in the City Hall. Those birthday on December 4 hand at the firehouse to

attending are asked to bring a with his family His cousin. demonstrate the use of the fire DRIFTER327
Theressa -
wrapped gift- men will bring Carlton Meng of Jacksonvillealso truck. Water was pumped on a I .
had a birthday that day building to show the !1.
men gifts and ladies will nearby ), ... WITH CASEELECTRIC
bring something of use to a Mrs. Mabel Nessmith en different kinds of spray I HOPE CHURCH NEWS 4-H CLUB NEWSBoys : PERSONALS \ _COPIES _
lady. tered North Florida Regional needed for extinguishing fires. Sunday School 10 am and girls of the Many people are on the sick I U

Hospital in Gainesville on The siren and flashing red :Morning Worship for Toddlers community are invited each list this week so I won't try to!

M omen's Council Monday for tests. We wish hera lights gave everyone a thrill! 11 a.m., old church. Morning second Tuesday night to the list all the names. We just GUITAR & AMPLIFIER

Changes :Meeting speedy recovery! Mr. Summers then accompanied Worship new church 11 a.m. Community Center for their hope you will all be back to SET COMPLETE WITH CORD STRAP 429

The Women's Council of the The Joe Riddick home is the class further Sunday night services 7-15: monthly 4-11 Club meeting.Fun good health soon.I CARRYING BAG
Christian Church has changedthe again one of the loveliest for down the street and explainedwhat p m Wednesday night Prayer with projects special

date of their Christmas many miles around with their Hampton was like nearlya Meeting 7.30: p.m. Choir speakers and teachers each

meeting to December 14 at 2 lovely yard nativity scene and hundred years ago. He Practice after church Wednesday month We'll show you a lot of I hope everyone had and an I ALL CHRISTMAS MUSIC 20 % OFF I
other Christmas decorations. Choir do and enjoyable Thanksgiving
p.m. pointed out the location of the practice on exciting things to
This will be held at the homeof They live on US Highway 301 old hotel. the bank depart. Sunday: young people 5:30: make. took just a few minutes to I
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eo nni IISSOnIDIUTlII..no.
thank the Lord.Christmas STOCK
Mrs Sue Brannon on about I 4 mile north of Junction ment store and jail. As the p.m.j adult choir 6:30: p.m. .
Bedford Lake and will includea SR 18. It will be worth class thanked Mayor Sum. Sunday afternoon visitation GUITAR AeensoRits lMleslir

gift exchange. your time to drive by in the mers for the informative and 2:30: p.m., at new church FIRE DEPT. MEETINGSMen as we know. Is Strings Picks Capos I Tambourines, Whistles,
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evening to see this beautiful enjoyable afternoon. he gave grounds. of the community are just around the corner. Do be

Charlene Campbell sight! each child some candy to reminded of the Fire careful as you shop for your .Straps Etc. Kazoos, Jaw Harps, Etc.

David Griff enjoy along with the balloons BIBLE CLUB Department meetings each loved ones. Remember
School News Tuesday afternoons from third Thursday of the month. and all he
Christmas is Christ
:Marry Dec. 3 presented to them by Mrs. SLINKING LIGHTS SESAME STREET RICORDSMAC'S I
!Miss Charlene Campbellwas Friday afternoon was an Vaughan. grades one and up in the The men have really worked did for us from time of birth
educational interesting and rolling chapel at the old hard in making the com until now.
married to David Griff
fun time for Mrs. Arlene Accompanying Mrs. Rich church grounds. munity a good department CUe MUSIC SHOP :
on Saturday Dec. 3, at
evening Rich's third and with her class this The and have done very well with
the home of David's parents in fourth grade on excursion young people meet each hhilt Graham. class. To climax a study of were: Mrs. Lucy Monday at 7 p.m. at the the equipment they have in l holt tics I whenever possible especially UtA WAY 226 N. TEMPLE AVE.

Charlene is the daughter of Hampton the class had been Hodges Mrs. Michelle community house for fun and just the few months they have : in kitchens i I uiul hiath.cii. 9647391 unllCATn :

:Mrs !Marcellme Campbell. looking forward to a walk Parker. Mrs. Elaine Smith recreation. been working together ..n,.


Matron Marlene Campbell of Honor served for her as the around places town they to visit had many been of THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH INC. Offers our Want Ad Rea el': ;and Advertisers Tri-County Coverage 9,000 paid distribution )

sister. Kevin Meng was best discussing. I

couple man. We much wish happiness this !!young Mayor the class William at the old Summersmet school with approximately 30,000 readers. FOR ONLY $2.00, through the pages of The Bradford County Telegraph, The Union County Times I Ic

house and told of the way

Postmistress Z'tn.. ServiceMrs. HonoredFor Then schools enjoyed were many looking years inside ago. and The Lake Region Monitor. FOR MORE INFORMA TION \ The Telegraph Judy 964-6305

: Mary Williams is to be the building and walking
complimented for the around outside where many of Times . Chris 496-2261 I
serving SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE
public as Postmistress at the their parents or other FOR

Hampton Post Office for 25 relatives had attended school. YARD SALE: Thura., Dee. CEDAR XMAS TREES: II MALE DOG "Terr!.Poo" 4 Monitor . Linda 473-2210

>ears 8. 10 a m. until. Household per loot PECANS 65e per 1/2 ..0.. old all ahot.
After assisting her father goods.dinette set TV,metal Ibt FIREWOOD 130 per wormed houeebroken '25.

there for several years Mary HENLEY high II stead 20" vanity load. Phone 964-8210. Itpd Phone.!! 964j57l._Itchg.._12/8 FOR SALE HOMES FOR SALE PERSONAL SERVICEJR.
became official Postmistresson cabinet and. sink, etc. T..H.Be..eDt .
MUD TIRES 3 L series, .
: an
December 1, 1952. 1221 Bradford St., CAMPER TOP Spirit II, MOBILE HOME ..h65Ch..ploD. REAMES HEATER
ELECTRIC Ford rim., Good condition. WELSH PONY: Gentle,just
Starhe. Phone 964-6439. fits wheel base truck. 12x15 builton
long room
CLEANING AND REPAIR
:
.
tljO Phone 964- 005 Itchg right lor until children. 165
BirthdaysHappy SEVERAL ITEMS: 1975 Phone 964-6941. Itchg 12/8 NKSTOLE A.IU best offer. Phone 473- plus a deck porch. All on Winter I I. coming. Its time to
Birthday to Teresa COMPANYRaiford Dodge Coronet. fully loaded, : or 2113. 12/8 Ztpd 12/15 one acre with sprinklersystem have your beatsr and
Kay Hulsey who was one vinyl top 318 cJ. engine, JUST IN TIME FOR Tourmaline. Phone 4733325. barn garage many furnaces rUaaed and
year 431.1700 S300 and take ov.r prats. CHRISTMAS Irish Setter Maybelle A Earl Dobbs will extra. 18,500) owner checked Call Jr. Reameatoday.
old
December 2'!
on Panasonic STEREO.8 track puppies 2 no.. old Purebred 3 acre uncleared land with .have. fresh. citrus fruit on SR- financed. Phone 9A4.6643. 782-3326 or 864.8962.Ttpj .
Wayne Davis celebrated his Christmas AM/FM and turntable. S130, shots, wormed. Threefemile 200 feet highway Irontage. 121 In. Iront ol Handywajr on tl/chg
birthday also on December 2.Mr. excellent cond. AIR ., 150 each :3 malea, Plenty of treee KeystoneHeights Saturday, please notify a
: and !Mrs Wallace SpecialsOn CONDITIONER: Feddere, 155 each. Will hold for area. IS,000. Phone week ahead for large order 3 BEDROOM FRAME EXPERIENCED MOTHFR
Collins enjoyed the weeklong 6.000 btu used only 3 week. *. Christmas with 125 deposit. 4732494. tall 4311089. 12/8 2tthg HOUSE on one acre ol land would like 1 to care for your
visit of their son, Steven: who Mobile Home 1200. Phone 782-3348 after 5 Call 475-1024 evening or ELECTRICRGANI ALLSTATE MOTOR In Rallord. Equity and child. References lurnisned.

was home from college for the p:_'_'.; anytime, weekend. 4751241, 1pm. 5 p...., Double keyboard Benjamin.. SCOOTER Good condition. Phone assume payment Brooker of 485$86-1610..90. Phone. 964-6888. Itpd 12/8

Thanksgiving holidays. Their HookUpsFloriland YARD SALE: Saturday. 9 Melrose. Itchg- 12/8 Built-in rhythm maker with Low mileage 190. Phone 11/24 3lchg" 12/8 LADY WANTS

d.iuChterlUrs. Lynn Knox and ajn. til dark. Clothing KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. bench.'500, Phone 964.5454. 9647015. 12/1 Ztpd 12/8 HOUSEWORK lour d.)..
children. Felicia and Chris {lbol..t. children women to 5 acrea. priced to sell. 5 12/1 2tchg 12/8 Phone 964-6716. 12/8 Ztpd
also spent several days with Realty men extra large and. acrea I8.9OO, 1400 down. Johnson's Nursery and 12/15
SALE 2.73 & FOUNDLOST
FOR LOST
Acreage
evening ...rl.) electric 1112.33 per month. Other : Greenhouse Open Man.
393 N.Temple A.... heater bookcase, etc. Rain tracts from S40 month acre on paved rd., off 239' thru Sat. 8 to S. after .hour. .
LOISGCHAMP: Stark.,Fla. or shine. ,2 mile East en Call Owner,1-473-1375.12/8 4tpd West of Lake Butler. 11.1MJO.) and Sundays by appointment White toy poodle STYLES BY JAMES' new
Office: 964.7700 St., from Bethel and term. Crown Real Christmas Poinsettias hours are Tuea. through Fri.
across 12/25 ________ short cut, yellow ribbon In
.
Home and Building - Church Rd. Itpd 12/8 DELUXE POOL TABLE: Estate Inc. Realtor, 752: Cacti Cherries, hair answers. to Monlque. 2:19 p.m. till Saturday 8
4883. 11/17 4tchg 12/8 Kalanchoea, Vloleti. Pot ajn. till lor appointments. ,
Materials
44" x 96" playing; aurlace. Reward found phone M4-
OPEN SATURDAY TWO PONIES with saddles, Good condition. 1350. Four GARAGE SALE Saturday, Plant. Banket, Shrubberyand 8099. II no answer phone call 496.2831. 12/1 2tchg
-WEBUILD- MORNINGS 1100 each. Phone 964-6067 Tree., also 12/J
good cue stick 473.3295. Dollhouae, baby Item two Landscape 782-3305. Itpd 12/8
Your Plans Or Ours 100'xlOO' lot and 12x6O '!!!!!_12'_ Keystone. Heights. 12/8 LR suites 55 gal. aquarium Planning aaslstancecafl. 496-

Your Lot Or Ours trailer in city good condition. YARD SALE Rain or ahlne: ttn/chu _ bed complete.chest night adultchildren'sclothe stand twin 2003. Our thank to REWARD- i-WST :%EEl> CASH? W. but Junk
lor
customers patience
Thura., Fri., Sat. SR.U5.6/
and .
521 RING: Has sentimental cars pickups trucks Joe
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SALE One 387 Butler Terr.
FOR ,
saw
FREE
ESTIMATES! during time we were closed
rofles We.t el tawtey, Itchg '
---- old. Shaw, Ray Pettlt 49621'
sharpener. One 310 carbide follow sigm off SR 100 and IZ/8 Itchg value Very White gold
Remodeling Repairs 5 acrea in city ideal for GARAGE SALE New A aw sharpener. 475-1322. Edwards Rd.964-5610. Itchg PATIOCOVERs.Z: with round diamond In or 4962829. 8/4 tln/chg. .
Additions developing. Used Hem at good prIess.Thisrs..FrI.aad 21218 Ztchg 12115 1Z/H : for middle. If found please -- --- - :
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SUNN Concert L. home and mobile home contact Calf Brandies. 473- OSIRANCE RihcrdInmirance
Homes 10 acrea In. Lawtey ar.a. S.t" 10 t.5 SAWSUARPE! Amp
Bought : drop 400W 15.14.5. W6.1IT! 1199 InitaUed. t59 ----- p m.Out SR-18 to 225-S Just
Ac. Hardware In KH
off
Sold Traded 100' lot on Sampson Lake. before Fl. State Prison. at spkrs. US!).. call 496-3528 tailed. GATOR and Dealers Bank Building
2 lota on Hampton Lake. Itpd 128FURNITURE and Smith Service StationIn alter 5 p.lII 12/8 2tpd 12/15 ALUMINUM. Phone 372. REWARD lor info or the return phone 2101.Lake. Butler
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ACREAGE FOR : good con TWO' FAMILY" --YARD 2 GAS JEAT S.1125.| 000 Galneavllle, 8/11 tt/chg brown/black' male walker..

SALE LOTS IN CITY dition. Sofa, chair record SALE: Friday Sat.and Sun.. BTU $30, II 40,000 BTU hound. Taken tram hunt ( TREE
FOR SALE player and .....1 article. 8 a.m. 5 p.m. West of SR- ISO call 4963528 after 5 WATSO 'S HOUSE OF gate pen. at Camp Blending SERVICE: Pecan tree:
-- -- --- 4732724. Itchg" 12/8 100 on allman Road. Itc"hg p.m. 12/8 Ztpd 12/15 brand ol Nov.24 Tattoo la ear DBR. removing tap of large tree.
VACUUMS
9646853Highuxiy Z BR house In City) 3 BR : many Phone 5332974. Upd l2.. will decrease pesalbOlty el
house in AUCTION, Every Sat. UTILITY new "..-ualll.. Deed limbs
BUILDINGS
Lawi.y.Interested BABY DROP SIDE CRIB. All breaking and lacreaee
301 South -- --- night, 7 p.m. Melrose. Backof aluminum., machineavailable.. Expert .
white, new mattress and. prewired recep- PERSONAL SERVICE new growth,yielding a mere
Starke In farm farm bumper pad. Newly Post Office. Bill Perry tables,light twitches, light, repair..nlll.ke. Part and productive nut crop. Free
bind or commercial' rellnlihed. 130. 475.Z035.Itchg AuctloneerlZ/8Jtodl/5! tongue and groove floor, a eorle'.* for all vacuumsystems. 10th BRADFORD SEPTIC eetinatea. Phoa. Gainesville
NW
404
property. Call us.Good 128GARAGE WHOLESALE DEALERS delivered and set up. 3737989. TREE TRIM
TANK SERVICE
Avenue, GalneivQIe. Phone Residential
BeforeYou : -- -- SALE: Saturday, AUCTION: Every Thursday Financing available up to 48 140. Fast MING. REMOVAL STUMP
property on 301. Dee. 10. 9 a.m. tU 5 p.m.Many 6 pm. 2315 S.E. month to pay 60 01.... 3767110. tl/chg service pump-outa guaranteed. Phone REMOVAL FERTILIZING.
--- --. Intereatlng artielee. Hawthorne Rd.. Gainesville, Suzuki ol Stark.964-6020 or GARAGE SALE Daily 9 96441121. 12// Stpd 1/26
Buy A Phone 964 7700VernleP.Odom 10O Bethel Street just east Hwy 20 acrosa from 964-6021. 5/12 tl/chg ...... to 6 pjn., contInuously, 4tpd

of Park ol the Palms Itchg' Gainesville Drive.la Comer SR 225 W and 301,in MAINES INSURANCE CASH FOR GOLD SterU.g,
Reg.. Real Estate Theatre. Bill Perry, Auctioneer. BAH I A HAY Argentina, Lawtey. Everyone welcome. AGENCY 160 South Lake Jewel ry, dlamondn. coin
Mobile Broker HONDA; CB1Z5. 1 yr. old. 12/8 4tpd 12129 highly fertilized., phone 964. PUBLIC AUCTION Avenue. Phone 490.397*. denial gold. WU visit yeaanywhere.
Even 964 5476 Only 650. Good mO... Christina Eicsllseisooditloa. TIRES A DWif Ls-j'41; [ 6071 7/21 tfchgCUSTOM Tuesday, 7 P"'" tl/cha Phone for quote on automobile Phone Mr.Rittroaa. .
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Home Pearl Andrews 395. 473-4010 12x15 Grand Prix Multl-Trsc home, bonds, and 475-1089. 12/1
A.ODclat.911..7739 buy.Keystone. 12/8 2tpd 12/15 IRWLI| | tire, low mileage, MAUl: HOMESFORSALE commercial. Insurance.. 3/17 Stcfcg 12/29
I will sell In pair.. 900.16Super DRAPERIES W* are tflebll
See -- --
Traction tire with now docking lot ol fabrics BILL'S SAW SHOP C..
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I Janet GOOD PRICES
PAID
Starling Ion NO SEWING
MONEY DOWN only 3 MACHINES
Associate 782.3896 u..d mobile. home If tube.Never been on ground Free estimate. Loma left to be built. II REPAIRED all make plet. sharpeetngservice. .
yourcombined
I I. Alee 16x8 chrome. saokcwbeel. Stephen phone. 496-2219. circular .hand, carbide,
3/4 Income I I. between
-- -- mortgage paid .r cleaned ailed and adjusted.
Jki.U ..or.. OLIN'S MOBILE Phone St.v. Thomas, 6/M t/chi. 11.000 and 16,000 yearly 17. Work ......DI.....James chain, mower .blade hollow
: HOME SALES 964.5606.Open 964.7385 after 6 p.m. or 964- and. you want a new home Strickland. earner of Morgan ground and. ha........ Leave
7 day weekly tf/chg' 6246 8 to 5 p.m. tf/chg OAK FIREWOOD: 129 per call Bob HarrU473- Road and Hwy 16. tt/rh at Jackson BuUdlag Supply
pickup truck. Phone 78:!. 3ad' Hom.t olFlorida. Starke or Keyatane Height.
GUNS:On 38cat revolver, 3434. III...( .A113 BR 1 1/2 bath ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS tl/c'.
1125, Marlin 30.30 rifle, 185. many feature, 12/8 2lehe ] Phone 964-0894 or
Lillian C. Pearson 964-6595. Itchg. 12/8 9647619.
iK.N08D.E HOME GUNS FOR SALE 22 a, 12/15 tftchgVACUVMLEANER CRAVER RUG AND
25's, and 38'.. sold at DAhmer's REPAIRS CARPET
Real Estate CLEANINGi
CHEST FREEZER: Good
GEOkGE ROBERTS. HOME AND 4AC. condition. 150. Phone. 964- Discount. TF leh. FRAME HOME with 2 BR, All make, all Good work at low prkes.
Real Estate Broker Lawi*Y. Florida Between Keystone" and 6643. TF IchgBOOTS Dlamoad' aluminum aiding garage. model. Stark Sewing Meet IronS room, dining
Reg. Starke. Secluded., elf FOR SALE Morgan Road Phone 96..- C..tar.11S Ea.t CaD Street roan and halls, 124.95.
Phone 984 7826 TS2.3906 paved read. i30,000. needle lor any stereo, ever 5169. Itpd 12/8 phone 964-8312.:4tpd. Phone C'vllle, 3789221.
Its Norm TsiniMS AVIIJTARKE .. 247 different one., we bar 11/24 Stpd 12/23
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.LO.DA them all. DAb..,'.
3 BR, Z Bath CB HemsCIlIA. 4 ACRES WITH HOME SALES AND SERVICE
d/c"
. .closed garage nice CLUB ESTATES 3 BR Discount Plenty clout building,quiet.. CB. Commercial marine, SEPTIC !\ GREASE:

lot assume 51/4 percent Z Bath Corner Lot CH/A AT We alee have new freeiere, neighborhood priced to tell .aviation FCC Licensed. TRAP. cleaaout new line*.
mtg. $35,000.3BRfr. W/W Carpet. Screened. electric. stoves,and washer 5 1/2 mile out ol to... Call Radio Communication, Hwy reaioaable. See Forsvlh.
perch 132.000.DOVT : CanadinersWIt.GI.EIt DAHMER8 DISCOUNT. lor appt. 964-5810. 12/8 100 West. 496Z254. 1123Stpd 431-IOZ2. All ....1.... sppreclated. .-
.... home, CH A A, ---- ---- Phone M4.7923. tllcblHOWLE'S 4Uhg 12/29 1245 3/31 tln/ehg.
2 fiK (frame house In fenced corner lot. 115,000. :

country on :3 ocr.., with 2 LET THIS PASS DIM.OACME: ; a- -- -- -- --- -- -- n__ n
wrii. 3 BR lurniahsd. miobihih.ms. YOU BY ZOO en HWY : CARPET
--- with addition, vary 100 next to Lake Geneva
3 BR 2 bath block house m JUSTIN CHRISTMAS AUCTION
neat. I13.4OO. Poet' Office. Ideal business SERVICE MARATHON
Saratoga Height. location. O.t.taadiaginvs.tms ; Our price and
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T2Ocr.. juat tractSreaioiisble. ell SR very III 113,500. ..d....... 133.500.EXCELLENT always thoBESTI Saturday Dec. 10th and Sunday Dec. 11th
road. --- ---- .. "' specIal.p24" ,
paved
10 Aer.. lacing SR 230 --- -

3 BR brick-with'1"be,*. .I.tow. I. A 122,000.both aide Wilson. R..". WATERFRONT BUY- 1800 ON B.II.18to56..1... 0* UN Beginning 12:30: P.M. Until Sold Out! _

.. --- *... It. CB. :3 BR. 2 Bath All Leather 301 Auction Starke 301 North Old Moose Lodge
--- .In 36J5 Acre. 13401 .. US CH/A. Vary table lake, Claude Howle
3 BR.1; bathblock hems CARRADINESLEATHERSHOP
301.* Term 156,500. $41.000.
ALL NEW MERCHANDISE
!Starke City Llraita.Large fit 2. Box 85-C
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LR. lamilv 4BR room Ir.... en h..ten... LAWTEY ARtA NEW HOME 1400 so. 782.3400 Starke 11154-5864 FREE GIFTS TRUCKLOADS OF MERCHANDISE

acres, juat off bR 16. ----- It. :3 BR IBstb. walking ABSOLUTE AUCTION EVERYTHING WILL BE SOLD
...- I SB frame ..../completely dl""' ..... U acheel awl

301 frame North bouse,on 3 ten BR.acres LR., washer..r.Ia..loeL A!:!. ::. 113,500.new cheese"stares. your Buy carpet new and and DOLLS JEWELRY TOOLS POTTERY

. color. 128.000.KINGSBURY .
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tractor and qnip. ? .
- 20 Acre Just off SR-225W. -------- 43 > TOYS GAMES ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
4 S..r.I.rcklld. en flak pond.. 2 .....11. .hem.
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beg barn CLOTHES
301 APPLIANCES CHRISTMAS
133,500. Priced ,... 120.000 telOOjOOO. DECORATIONSCome
12 ..r.s'a.d 3 .R' CB .. ---" ( C... pick year SJI.IUOCKEST: CONTROL

home. with family r... Z 514 .Acres: Brick hem. eat teday. shop in comfort. no walking ..,you.set. prices by
elLawtey
bath. CIlIA.West CHAA. 3 BR. 2 bathe 2
fireplaces .......UI.1pea" KEYSTONE COMMIRCIAL Ir RISIDINTIAL bidding .. sit and watch the: merchandise being paraded

GEORGE ROBERTS JR. .,.. 1195400. I HEIGHTS TIRMITI LAWN .' HOUSEHOLD. PUTS. ,

R...Real Estate Broker ; \ before you by truckers from as far away as North Carolina
REflLTY
....M4 78M 'DAY.'EVCNIIHG.A. : : V.'O.;' Box 766
P. WCEKENDS MLS Call 473-4969 Tennessee, Georgia. Many unusual and unique gifts items'I

orr 8.f /'i., AJ._ j jIs. ......P.....).7d.I8fMI._ t., ......E.473-2614 Pew el Roaster. Keystone Shop Hwy. 21 j Kyt!on*> Height*..Florida for men, women, children, or pets. t




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.' HOUSEHOLDHINTSbyMarys.'k'earta' J RAPHLEGALS
What is the LEGALSBradford LEGALS LEGALSagainst
I.I QUESTION: QUESTION: Is it unsafe to ANSWER: The mam object
home Economics Agent difference between brown rice use cracked or dirty eggs? Is to keep the food frozen until NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO

ANSWER White rice lias (Mrs. W.S.) power is restored. Food will
REGISTER
had the bran County Jailyard, I will you for the relief
layer along with ANSWER: Eggs eaten stay frozen in a loaded cabinet FICTITIOUS NAME ,. I,
part of the germ of the, rice uncooked as in an eggnog two days and in a partially offer for sale and sell to the demanded In the Petition. Pursuant' to Section 866.08 e

c1aE Dltoct kernel removed during should always be clean and loaded cabinet about one day. highest bidder for cash in hand, Florida Statute,. notice !I. ,;I
Fs WITNESS hand and the ,
milling. Because of this white not cracked. This Insures Leave the freezer door closed. the above described property of my J
rice-even when enriched.does extra safeguard for your an Dry ice will extend the frozen said defendant to satisfy the Seal of Said Court on the 2nd hereby given Connie that Lou the Jeffert undersigned ,.. 1. .

not have as much protein period. Tweniy-five aforesaid Execution. day of December, 1977.
family against possible pounds Route 3, Box 109, Starke. .1f; j 1""
9s calcium phosphrorus pcstas-- contamination by bacteria. dry Ice will/ hold the Inside of a Florida 32091, doing business .." :
Sadlr scum niacin and vitamin E as Cracked or partly freezer 2.3 days Dolph E. Reddish, Sheriff GILBERT S. BROWN, As Clerk '
dirty eggs may under the firm name of q :
brown rice.QUESTION. and Bradford County Florida of Said Court.(; :
:? become contaminated. Actually a nearly full one longer "LAWTEY VARIETY & X} :1,
than that By: Marian McRae Deputy
bacteria grow in the AUCTION," SR-22S West and
Something For Everyone yolk. If yolk is broken and 12/8 4tchg 1229IN Clerk. .
U.S. 301, Lawtey Bradford .' y
12/29
: How long doesit comes out the egg when For further'Information 12/8 4tchg County Florida 32053. Intends 1 1 f fto
a take to broil frozen steaks? THE CIRCUIT
t t cracked the egg should be concerning your household register said fictitious name :.
(Mrs. T.W.) discarded. If the write to COURTFORBRADFORD PUBUC HEARING
: egg is your County Extension under the provisions erf aforesaid ,
ri! 2 DalhFurn. j ANSWER) Frozen steaks slightly cracked it is best to Home Economics COUNTY The School Board of Bradford statute.

and chops require up to one use in cooking. Agent Mary S. YeartaLEGALS FLORIDA County Starke Florida, will Connie Lou Jeffers owner. Jj.,
and a half times as long to CIVIL ACTION .
> hold a Public Hearing on consideration Dated this 1st day of
$8190 I broil as unfrozen meat. On QUESTION freezer CASE NO.77496IN of proposed changes in
My
: December A.D. 1977 at Starka I
: 10f99512x60 frozen meats they should be stopped and I lost all the food- the Student Conduct and Florida. ,\ .

.... placed at least 4 Inches from is there any way to keep safe NOTICE OF RE: The Marriage of JERRY Discipline Code Page 18, Item 12/1 4tpd 12/22 '
:: .;. the source of heat to prevent food when a freezer stops? SHERIFF'S SALE DALE McCONNEL Husband, III. ((2)) t> ((3)). on December 19,

overbrowning. (Mrs. P. M.) Notice is hereby given that I I, and JUNE McCONNELL Wife. 1977. at 7 p.m., in the School ,
24x70 Dolph E. Reddish, as sheriff of NOTICE OF SUIT Board Room of the County .
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
e Bradford County, Florida under School Administrative Offices,
3 Dr Furn. 4 Br.2 Bath BROKEN GLASS IN and by virtue of Writ of TO: JERRY DALE McCONNELL 582 North Temple Avenue EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN 'i ''c;

& Carpet Execution, town: C/O Mr. and Mrs. Starke Florida AND FOR BRADFORD '

Huge :STORM DOORS Execution issued out of Ural McConnell 215 Poplar Copies of the Student COUNTY FLORIDA.

ThroughoutSl2r990 with "" County Court of Bradford Street, Hazelwood, North Conduct and Discipline Code CASE NO. 77-485

Ia County, Florida pursuant to a Carolina, 28738. may be obtained from the DIVISION

15,180 Final Judgement for Town Superintendent's Office on
Finance Co. d/b/a Charge YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat North Temple Avenue Starke, FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE :

Pried Finance Co. of Bonifay, Florida an action for Dissolution of Florida. ASSOCIATION a ;
LARGE SELECTION hi TOP tttit Q'M' and against Willie Mack Marriage has been filed againstyou This 'b> in compliance with corporation.. Plaintiff, I

QUALITY ACRYLIC PLASTIC Williams, defendant, in the and you are required to Florida Statutes, Chapter 73-310 -vs-

12x14 Wide5 Priced From Glass Clear r Non-Yellowing Shatterproof amount of$312.50 together with serve a copy of your written as enacted by the 1974 Florida IRENE W. HARRINGTON,

costs of collection. defenses, if any, to it on Legislature. a/k/a

5,580 Flex-O-Qlazeeomeiln standard theel HIM. Pltx.O.OUZt Have seized and have in rrr RICHARD E. WELTY, Attorney Thomas L. Casey Jr. IRENE W. FERGERSON, et al.,
sal ly Can be cut, scored I. 'e' rte Oriansl possession the followirn for Petitioner whoa address Superintendent of Schools Defendants.
lfl"<" Se/efy l
Poroved or iiwed Hae no 'Ki
harp es/ WeryhGluul/ described personal property to 954 N. Temple Avenue Post 12/B 2tchg 12/15
Mere/
Y t Proecllr to CIUM Injury| / wit: Office Box 995, Starke, Florida, NOTICE OF ACTIONTO

Starke Home Center WARP BROS. Chleigo COUP / 1973 Chevrolet Pickup I 1.0. 32091 and file the original with : IRENE W.

Pioneers in Plistici Since 1924 No. CCY243A137196. the Clerk of the above-styled NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO HARRINGTON, a/k/a Irene W.

Ntry SOl N. S...,.. 9648741Stt. 4t Hardware, Lumber and Building Supply Stores I As the property of the above Court whose mailing address is REGISTER Fergerson; the unknown

named defendant and that on Post Office Drawer "B", Starke, FICTITIOUS NAME spouse heirs and devisees of

GUERDoN M.. 9-DM ACME Tuesday the 3rd day of January Florida, 32091 on or before Pursuant' to Section 866.09, Irene W. Harrington,a/k/a Irene

wJ.TOr..vc. HARDWARE.&aBUILDERSSUPPLY. 1978 at twelve o'clock Noon on January 9, 1978, otherwise a Florida Statutes, notice is W. Fergerson; RICHARD

t2-SJO S''q *. said day on the premises of the Judgment may be entered hereby given that treurHersigned ALLEN O'NEAL; the unknown
Jimmie L end Olivia T. Scott, spouse heirs and devisees of

P.O. Box 22, Lawtey Fla. Richard Allen O'Neal.
32068, and Robert L and

FOR $2 WE GIVE YOU 3OOQO READERSIN Beatrice Scott, P.O. Box 224, YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an

Lawtey, Fla. 32058, doing action to foreclose a mortgage "
business under the firm name of"SCOTT on the following property in

DEVELOPING Bradford County Florida: \

THE TRI-COUNTY>> AREA COMPANY" P.O. Box 22,

Bradford County
Lawtey Commence at the Northeast

Florida, 32058, intends to corner of the South 1/2 of the

register fictitious name under Southwest 1/4 of the Northeast

WANTEDNEED FOR RENf FOR RENT FOR RENTBRADFORD telephone below is exchanges a partial in list this of? 494._._ Lake Butler Lake the provisions of aforesaid 1/4 of the Sourthwest. 1/4 of

area. 533 Kingsley statute. Section 22, Township 6 South,
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EXTRA MONEY Large and mill trailer' 2 BR HOUSE: unfurnished VILLAGE 782 .- Lawtey Jimmie L. and Olivia T. Scott Range 22 East and run West 547

FOR CHRISTMAS? WE furnished call Ray Powell large lot,carport, utility rm, APTS: 1 Br, modern. fur- 431 .- Raiford 964 stark Robert L. and Beatrice Scott feet; thence run South 144.8
BUY mobile homes alien and 4964377. 12/8 Itpd laundry room. 426 N. Folk. nlahed AC. carpet walkIncleaet 473 Keystone Hts. owners. feet to a point of beginning;

tlre. Pick up or deliver. -' 1150/.... S100 depoalt. walled. garden patio, O Dated this 8th day of thence continue South 100 feet
OLIN'S MOBILE HOMES. THREE BR Lake u. fuTniihTdapartment Phone Sniukl ol SUrke, 964- ofl-etreet parking 315 W.Waehi.gtoa 475 -- Melrose December A.D., 1977 at thence run West 179.5 feet;
Hwy 100 Weil. Open dayaa la Butler 6020. 12/1 2tchg 12/S phase 984- 485 Brooker
caU 4962179. Starke Florida. thence North 100 feet
negotiable run ;
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week, phone 964 5606. 8601. beat before 8 a m.
1278 hcb.3BRM 12/8 12/29 179.5 feet the
SMALL3Bii HOUSE 4tpd thence run East to
tl/chg largeyard tf/ehg
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BILEHO"'ME with carpeted living. room Point of Beginning,

USED PIANO: for beginnerto laundry room. On Grlffla S125 deposit, $12S/montb. TWO FURNISHED APTS.
learn on. Phone 431-1387 Loop. Phone 964.8816. Itpd Phone 964.70 1 5. 12/1 Ztpd One 3 room one 4-room. I crwillc, a>rp NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO has been filed against you and

alter 6 p.m. 12/8 Ztchg 12/15 12/8 12/8_ Seme utllltlee faralabed. REGISTER you are required to serve a copy

FURNISHED APT. three Phone 9648O71. 12/1 2tchg REALTY FICTITIOUS NAME of your written defenses. if any, (

NEW/USED FURNITUREand KITCHENETTES 1 BR, large rooms, private entrance 12/8 to it on Donald M. Boiling, plain- '.
clothing for needy apt.. TV. A/C utilities Included utilities furnlabed., Pursuant' to Section 866.09 tiff's attorney whose address is '
family. Will pick free. totally furnished E. Florida Statutes notice is hereby
up Inquire at 603 Waahlng- MOVE to Olln'a Mobile r" 505 Florida Title
Building,
Phone 9645452. Itpd 12/8 .weekly monthly ratei. ton ...".. Itpd 12/8 Home Part an Hwv. 121 I. given that the undersignedGarden I
NEW LOCATION i Jacksonville Florida 32202, on
TEMPLE MOTEL 880 N.
B"C7'PECANS DATLYiJ : SUrke.. Phone 9647357. Lake Butler. We will moveyonr 205 N. TEMPLE Liquors, Inc.? 801 N. or before December 15 1977
WE Temple, -
VACATION COTTAGE on single. wide only no Iw"ht'f Temple Ave., Starke Fla.,
R. Wainwrlght & Sana.Starka 12/8 4tpd 12/29 Lake Geneva available eipondoi or double wldeapleaae. to STARKE, FLORIDA 32091, doing business under the and file the original with the

Farmer Market. weekly... monthly or lease We will block. anchor firm of "BRADFORD clerk of this court either before
name
TF/Chg FURNISHED APART thru May.Furnished,small Z8ft. hook-up water and 20 acres of good land with well, septic tank, elec. Bradford service on plaintiff's attorney or
WANTED: Used relrlger-: MENT Upatalri. 175/mo. waeher/dryer and. dish.washer. ........You pay only S30 per pole. Some of the land cleared. $25,000, cash to PACKAGE, Square immediately I thereafter;

atora, ....here. .10.... In Phone 964.7767' alter. .. 5_p.m.. No peta. Phone 473- month for lot rental. For .!mortgage! Shopping Center Florida Starke otherwise/ a default will be
good condition. Phone Dan- Itpd 128DUPLEX 2717 ..... 1-373-7501 Mon- more information call OUn'eMobile Bradford County entered against you for the relief

mere Dlicout at 964.7923. Fri., 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 12/1 Home Sake, Hwy Mimosa.Drive In lovely neighborhood. Attractive 32091 Intends to register said demanded in the complaint or
100 W. Starke, 9645606. the
APARTMENT: 128KINGSLEY fictitious name under ?
tl/chg Ztpd brick residence with 2130 sq. ft. of tranquil living
7 week. 12/8 petition.
Open dayn a
TWo Bedrooms, furnished
: LAKEA"PT"Z8R. ; tl/chg space. Perfect blend of nature and Fla. comfort. 3 proviaons of aforesaid statute. WITNESS my hand and the S
VVE BUY PECANS. Phone Phone 9645951. 12/8 Ztehg Garden Liquors Inc. owner.
9645044. TF/chg 12/15 LR,dining area, electric. BR,2 Ba., CH-A,all the goodie on large lot. Dated this 1st day of seal of this court on Nov. 14th
of closets and APT..
kitchen,plenty 3 BEDROOM 1977.
JUNK WANTED: Well buy FURNISHEDlI USE, cupboard apace,oil heat,AC. downtown Keyitoae. Ap 3 BR, 2 Ba.. 1450 sq.ft. frame home, CH-A. one-half December A.D. 1977 at Starke,

anything. A.G. Smith Small two bedrooma.. Phone lake and dock privilege No pro*. 1,200 ft. living area. acre US 301 S., $28,500 see to appreciate.The Florida. GILBERT S. BROWN AS
Walter Wood., Call 496- 9648420. Itpd 12/8 pet.. Yearly rental. Phone CH/A furnished. with antenna 12/1 4tchg 12/22 CLERK OF THE COURTBy
2131. 12/8 Itpd
533495J8._ ayitem. Carpet creak of a barndoor: 17 and one-half acres, 2 : Marion McRae Deputy
Business Location Hwy 21, 2 BEDROOM Mobile Home washer and dryer. AvailableJan.
DISABLED"ETERAN, trailer tiook-ups, 38x70 CB barn with bathroom. Clerk
KH 1400 Square ft. lot with 2 bathe, private lake 18. Phone 473.2733 for
Will clean out your garage Hallowed 100x161. coned BB.reeideoee front. Year around. Phone nppt. to sea Lease only $25,000. 11/17 4tchg 12/8

to keep 473-2406 the unwanted or bu....... 473-4156. 12/1 2&4128:" llchgLIMEROCK Ready to move In: Only a special situation makes FAULKNERE ...
funk 1275/month.
-- this property available at$44,500. Handsome 460sq-
tlChgAUTOMOBILES KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Nice' two ffR furniihed
REALTY! 473-2614 apartment In Lake. Bailer, ft. F R with fireplace, custom kitchen, n.w carpets, 03[ A "Time is the greatest innovator -

MOBILE HOME e..u-t.;; ;, 2179.receatly 12/8 remodeled Itchg ,call 496- drapes, fine architecture.A ." Francis Bacon

USED furnished children welcome. FOR SALE beautiful builders home) 3 BR, 2 Phone 964-6114 or 473-4777. double pool, .
DR office family room garage 126S.W.&arSt.
IMPALA 1966 Chevy 4 4/7 &t/clte FOR RENT CH&A outside city ideal I country home SaJ.OOO. Ster.... Florida T BRASLNGTON

door PS. PB good running THE HOUCK APARTMENTS All.. 'E. TtfUrlattf Why not have more of the) good life? 964.5065 Cadillac Oldsmobile
condition, 1300. Phone 9646653. y Sales& Service

Itpd 12/8 MOTORCYCLESI I 830 Starke N.Temple. ,Fin.Ave 2200 sq. ft. frame home with CH&A-4 BR 2B on Fine Selection Of Used

JSMF.G'A-; large fenced lot paved driveway, near schools. OPEN SATURDAY
o"'i SUZUKI OF STARK. your ----- 10.....'S p... Cars Taken On
I3JOO. Low mileage, AC. Suiukl dealer. 1 Bedroom,far- 7823172Evas
authorized
u... new. Phone .473-3728 1640 Sooth asked apartment Presenting two Important residences mat are) Incredibly Cadillac Trades
Phone 964-6020. on Hampton Lake. One Is people Wide M-H Unfarnlahed 378-5301
alter 6 p.m. Itchg 12/8 Walnut (1301 Sooth inSt.rke.l with Air Conditioning magnificent 2001 N.W.13
.And Weekends completely furnished. All this In a tropical paradise on 1 acre nicelylandicaped. GAINESVILLEREGISTER
) tl/cha; 18000.
Ample ParkingR..taurant 12 1 caressed by the lake breeie. You can have it all.
and M 10 4tp4
WANTEDFULL 1978 SUZUKI 400: Street or ,'/.here withTiR MH -181
HELP dirt. S10O and take up paymenta. Shopping With Petite two BR home in Impeccable order with Income 24 gang, 12 X 24 patle.
.Phone 964.8243.alter Walking Distance" apartment or guest house $22,500. -
TIME aervlce elation 4 p.... Itpd 12/8 ----- Nice 2 8B. 1 bath black..

attendant apply COASTALOIL 475-1957 RALPH Handsome brick rancher near town on a large base en 1 acre. .
GAS
CO., 190 K. Main Street LP
newSo well Insulated the utility
MISCEllANEOUSWATCUJEWELRY corner lot- Nearly batTcHaA
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Lake Butler. 12/1 Ztchg 12ft BRYAN 4 BR. ,(reallocation
MOBILE HOME fltAlur bill is unbelievably low I Woodburning fireplace 3 135,000 feedS 308 S. Thompson St.

CLAY COUNTY IMMEDIATE BR 2 Baths LR. DR Florida room, CH&A, en- tor.. 964.5888
OPENING: REPAIR wedding. lavtt.tloaa SERVICE POLES Real Estate closed double garage. Available immediately.Prime .
Read and Bridge Maintenance and engraving KeyiteneJewelera. BR, 1 bath ea appro '4: SPACE HEATERS
Need 4 laborer 11/3 If.Ev.rye.e 10O AMP 2117 N Temple commercial property Tuck's Drive In on acre. separate D. Room. 40.0008W Gas $129.32
reildent devkle. paved driveelctUeat BTU Oil
Clay County garage 59.000 $212.75
120"10O 964-8788 at 416 E.
301 South. Also CB 7000 sq ft. building
unemployed lor 15 weeks or ) le Incurable' ..elgbborboed.III 15.000 Gas 74.53
more unemployed or "Immediate- 'overage by AMP OFFICE OPEN ALL Brownlte-A lot of space for a little money 24" Gas Range $197.03
disadvantaged apply In JOE USHER 1 .t bath:brick ..'/.acre:
person at the CETA office phone"AGENCY 4962126 or 496- 208WIIKOAVS DAY SATURDAYSUN Four acres with 3 BR frame home 2 wells mobile lonced back yard... CASH A; CARRY DOCK
Old Courthouse 915 Walnut tool: home site, outbuildings- $26,500. beaitlhiBy ...d........ Home Delivery Of j
St., Green Cove Sprmga. eta-iiar w.i4.WIIKINBS B.YAPPTMENT'' Cylinder' ABalkCa.; i

11/24 3tchg 12/8 WATERS eeaiisiAt Two story gracious older home on Madison in good We have commercial

20 Acres with t BR henieineed repair with huge rooms and a beautiful large lot .. 301 N. *; S.
The V .M
BULLDOZING fmlablBg. Cleee In. with secluded back yard Only $24,709. wither without ..lIdl. ..
week Woman to help wanted working one coupleto day a ---. a Vkf..!II!.Drilling|{|!

stay ahead el homekeeping. wBulldozerWorK S Acres with 4 BR brick Bachelor Special: New 1 BR, CB home-on 1 acre In Nice SIR 11/3/ bath, pine

.Pb. 964-5853 after 6 Small THOMAS hem close. hi. country, completely furnished also sleeping .11Ie....' apt. Alee. ISmJO 2" thru 6"
p.m. Itchg 12/8 Large or [B ---- quarters in frame bldg. only $22,500. peel aw 1/1 acre. Nicely.
Commercial 301 m sky ....-.... Fast Rotary
REFINERY CORP. w Land Fill REALTY Over 400 ft. freotage.
TEXAS .1' Peace and quiet In Ea rlton,4 B R,2 Bath CH-A fire -----
.". .PLENTY OF MONEY ----- INCOME PROPERTY II.aI& Drilling Equipment
plai cub bonuses fringe w PondsWILBUR 621 North Walnut St. 1 acre to 100 sans Lawtey place, $30400. Owner will consider financing.Ceceia motel with nice .large

benefit! la mature Individual SUrke,FI.rld.,3ZC19' area. Lew dews payment Beautifully STATE LICENSE
.In Starke area.Regardleaa .. WATERS 964-6162 owner _.... / J Terwif/egor// I.MvlBf....eearterl..... 6 acree, .............

A.T.of Pate np.rieace.write P...., 964.61+41 Formerly A.J.T...... New S BR.--2-Bath.- CH/A. m NEW LOCATION! ewlmmmc peel. Ptumse..cc

.. Boa Reel Estate 205 N. TEMPLE .
s s
StarfceOtTttUft
Terse W. Madison St. ea.> acre weededlet
Worth 880 carpet e
Fort Te... ----- STARKE FLORIDA Paul l H.Faatner '
711. .. lota.reiMeatml ntakte el city. tailorAaeeclatoe New & Used
76101.lt 'hg 12/S 100 So. One acre R
----- REALTOR PHONE 964-7776
and mebOe, 1
20 Acree .hi Raised area.Seme .
SalesPartsService
ewer flaaaclng.SS Irene L.FoBmaer
lencmg, Umber and
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E."i.g. H4-114*
with teak. put are.Saver E-Z TermsPlumbjn
d tJJUS. acre septic FOR SALE Susea M.B.......
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:JaxiJllrm culvert sad water, ready
ficuJll1l sTade .
j fee mahlle ..... FlaaaelagavaUablel lakes. 3 BR Eu..i"g. .4.,7J e..e..e.e.
"J rni.ecl!: ..... enbeutlhl HOUSE TRAILER. t bdrm.. carpet drapes ...1.. .
309 3 Mdsa North 01 Lawt.vExpert SR-3Z. Hampton area let with adJ...... COMMERCIAL SITE Cera.ref Mam St.and 8.W. 6th Vada BettleeEvealaa J..
acreage available.. Ave. la L. Butler S lota .Included.. Only property at preeentavailable **.....44 5 rk
Animals& Fish ----- ---- { ea Mala St. Baa 4 bdrm. .... .. ilte. Owner New Installation
Mounting 10T lake frontage Iota atCreebv .......
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far ta noil. Wffl ... ..
.... Ready bmilcUag
Lake. F... .r .
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Invited, To View Display Of Mount. In Shop arraaged.F. mobile hornet 0.. acre let Price been reduced.. :RemOdeling
100 HOME
Public J jut all 301 North. WeO COMMERCIAL PROPERTY ON SR 231 Appro MOBILE
----- urea right. ...... from RMC available. Will sell 1.6.10 ..r.u.L
Tail Deer Mounts aeptie taak and .
+ White .Delve Tb.m.aR.g. Hgktpele.Eveamgc .
IUClO. ......Owaer WIR Fmaace.Perfect for Heeling. Project PARKINSIDE Repairs

&.'J Neck Mount '83" .Broker Real Estate er Apartment Cempleiei.WORTHINCTON ..........15e..ee5e5..
Shoulder Mount 93" and Weekend. SPRINGS l"'r..dallote.. .tae a :CRY LIMITS
Office : parcel .1.had S10 100. weeded. and _....... Iftbleek\ elf Iwslbe' Brad/brd Savon Duppoftnci
I All Work Guaranteed 9644162 RALPH BUY AN-9646208 SR f 121. Owner Will F"..... Neil deer te W....'* Clew.Term OrDewlsiowa$31PeMntb ..........e..se..e..

I phone 782-3547 Realtor available Lew.... ..)..... Perfect fee Spit Level ------- SUPPLY .
CvenhigaASSOCIATES ---
H_..
I us.nlo ART PATRAY-473.2039 AI City c.-........

GUN SHOP Saleemaa INCOME PROPERTY AVAILABLE4MI1M ..........Pret.etm.CIt11Gs. COMPANY ,
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CONFEDERATE
r .,Water... (
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Steve SlmmeaaEve.M46. WAYNEDOUGLAS- 864 N. Temple) Ave.
Starke. Fla.Shooter's .
Call St. 6 ""I i
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To Celebrate Christmas in 1886 ;

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Apparently, the publishers So far as is known, this is the F.J. Field has about completed after the building was completed -
of The Telegraph didn't let only issue ever missed by The the large two story and "has its dental o, y@wru @
business interfere with Telegraph in its 98 years of brick building for Mr. N.J, parlors now fixed up in + tiS' II
pleasure in the I old days and publication.For Jones." elegant style" in the front end
readers had to 'do without of the story, accordingto
upper
their paper during Christmasweek the fashion conscious (Editor's note: This is the the 1887 paper)
in 1886. The first issue ladies of that era. the 1387 building across from Priest's
printed during the new year, Telegraph advised: "Poke Ten Cent Store on W. Call Additional business activitywas
dated January 8,1887, carriedthe bonnets are again In high Street. It was known as the afforded by Col. J.R. 1'1' 11
following notation: favor with the young ladles. II.ill Moon Hotel! (liinnK( World Martin who "has moved into
They should be worn without War II days, and at one time, the Borum House and will\ r'x; ':
"The Telegraph was not strings.! around the turn of the century, open in a few'days a No. 1 ql t fL t t. y
issued last week on account of The Telegraph plant was hotel Col.! Martin is an old 1 i'4
its being Christmas week. In The business world, the located in the south end of its hotel man and will do his bestto
Printers, as well as other paper noted that "The Times upper story. It also housed the please his customers. The
people, must have a rest at Union has enlarged to an eight dental office of) Dr. J.O. name will be changed to 1 1NPs.
least once a year." page paper" and "Contractor Haynes who moved in soon "Kentucky House."


(The Kentucky House was
located on the northeast
corner of Call and Cherry

Streets present site of the 1'i'S yirG't"; : .' ,1 ,. "- .," ,i,
EDITORIAL home of Mrs. G.J. McGriff.) .

Wooden sidewalks were still .w,17rx..
in use along Call Street in -

those); days, and quite some
New Role Suggested excitement was caused when Post I
Early OfficeOne
one of) them caught fire, according -
to the following item
from the January 22, 1887 of the earliest locations of the Starke post office are Postmaster N.B. (Newt) Hull and wife: a post
For Familiar Landm ark issue: was this old brick building on the south side of Call office assistant Miss Ethel Kuhl (fifth from left), and
Street about the middle of the block between the Archibald Johns, extreme right. Others are unlden-
"A little fire that might present location of M.G. McMillan survey office, and tified.
have been a serious affair the railroad. Mr. Hull also ran a general merchandise store on

Now that grants have been receivedand struction of a portable stage to give the occurred Monday in front of Pictured in this 1908 photograph, marked by X's the corner, across the street, for many years.
) & Davis' store. Severalmen
since there is no Truby
preparations are under way to get necessary elevation, were sitting on the little
started on the second phase of the old "rise" in the courtroom floor where seats bench under the front window -

courthouse project the renovationand are placed. It will also require heatingand v hen a passerby discovered a

redecoration of the interior an air conditioning, and some measureof small fire under the sidewalk County Agents By '
and called the attention of
the sound from noisy )
t'xcitinnew/ use has been suggested for deadening
others to it. Before a bucket of 1.
this historic 75-year-old structure. trucks passing by on U.S. 301. But theseare water could be got and poured Notebook Bobby

all problems that can be solved by on, it was quite a blaze. This is

The suggestion has !been: made by cooperative community effort. a lesson to smokers: if you Taylor & ?1 r' .

leaders of the local amateur theatrical must smoke, be kind enoughfor ---......,
the sake of others to blowout
group that has staged some outstanding So far, the Historical Board of vour match." What is tax management? are also a must for overall
musical hits here in recent years that Trustees have been fortunate in ob- For farmers, tax manage farm management, and good E
the spacious courtroom upstairs in the taining grants for the courthouse work IIn uplnn' 'lepmU-d MIIIII' ment cannot be separated farm management is now a

old courthouse be converted into a $7,500 from the Bicentennial Com progress) : "Messrs. Pearce from overall farm manage- must with the cost-price ,
the National and Blanton are beautifyingour ment. Most major decisions squeeze our farmers face r- .a
theatre that will accommodate larger mission, and $5,700 from
little town with a hand- have income tax implications. today.I .
audiences than the Woman's Club Park Service through the State Divisionof some new store building"The Estimating expected income imagine most of our far-
auditorium that has been used in recent Archives. The County Commissionhas "orange season" was drawingto tax liability in early mers would rather drive 'a
been: very helpful in providing u i close, and the Hampton December can help you make tractor or set fence posts than
years. matching funds for these grants, railroad agent reported 1.600 sound tax management work on their records or
From the beginning, the main purposeof this boxes of fruit shipped this decisions Projecting sales books. Dr. William Collette,. A
saving and restoring the old court- realizing what a countywide asset season. The town had a small and expenses for the an Extension Economist from
indestructable structure can be for newspaper in those days and remainder of the year, adding the University of Florida,
order it
has been in to
house keep a
many; years to come. The 1887 Telegraph reported: them to year-to-date values, made a good point about
viable and useful part of community life "Mr. E.V. Newbern" former and then completing a mock records and time management -

not just a monument to look at and trend toward saving valuable old editor of The Orange Leaf, at tax return helps estimate at our livestock meeting
admire for its architectural beauty. The The Hampton, paid us a call income and tax liability. This last week. He mentioned thata hI
of the courtroom for "little theatre" buildings instead of destroying them and jesterday. He speaks very estimate tells you whether lawyer's time was valued at
use replacing with inferior structures is encouragingly of) Starke and expected 1977 income will be $HO per hour, a CPA's time at
purposes fits admirably into this program gaining strength all over the nation the rapid growth it has made higher or lower than normal. $50 per hour, a welder or
and deserves the support, not onlyof during his absence of one Armed with this information, mechanic at $12 to $15 per
the theatrical group and the Historical historic )ear." you can plan your tax hour,a tractor driver at$" per ,

Board of Trustees, but of the entire Bradford County has only one and On the social scene at strategy. hour and a fence post setter at Vo-Tech carpentry class student :Mike Howard presents the
public building of any significance, Most farmers, particularly about $2.50 an hour. His point
"The ) folks key to a portable) classroom at Lawtey Elementary to School
community. Hampton: young
To it alive those considered cash that farm I
that is the old courthouse. see basis was a manager
met at the home of brother Board Chairman J.T. I'arrlloh.l.ooklng on is Board Member Pat
and serving a useful will taxpayers have flexibility in should be aware of the valueof Tom and Board Member
again purpose :Mullady last Friday evening Spengler Superintendent Casey
This will be a project of no mean managing income and ex his time and spend the
be an inspiring sight. will riio\ed| 1 .1 I social I egg(( Vernon Parmenter.
proportions for it will entail the con pipping." penses. This leeway can avoid majority of his time on taskson The wood frame portable constructed with all student labor j
income jobs that would bring the
large year-to-year was completed at about half the cost of contracted labor, laid
variations. This could be greatest return to the farm i
In the agricultural world: very .. Casey -
"The strawberry of important this year since 1977 operation.:
I )Modern! Math Flunks Bradford County have growers reason has been such a bad Dr. Collette also said that

to congratulate themselves on production year and farm there was no definite kind or Students Construct I
having netted about 22 cents a income will be very low. You design of records that wouldfit
might consider selling additional all farms. Some operationsand
their berries while
Early reports from the 117-question students who spent the first ten years of quart others, for in) the state averaged, livestock, timber, or managers can do a good Classroom At Lawtey I IA

funl'lionalliteracy test that Florida high sl'hoolll'arning modern math, and then loss, even down to ten cents. other products on hand. You job with very simple records, .
school students must pass in order to gave them questions relating strictly to The Lawtey berries have the might also delay paying some) while others may use an
in New York of bills (with your creditor's elaborate record system. portable classroom at key presentation Tuesday,
graduate, indicate that while most of the traditional math, Francis said. reputation
iKMiitf the cleanest received in approval) until next year. HIs suggestions was to Uiwtey Elementary School lice K.On .
youngsters can read, thousands are not the market." There are several other decide hat records or systemwas constructed by carpentry and hand for the ceremonywere I
able to do simple problems in mathematics But if this is the case, it would appear considerations that can save needed on each farm, and masonry students from the many of the ::13! students
such as comparing sale prices in that results of the test are an indictmentof "Man: About Town." the you tax dollars. then make sure all needed Bradlord-Union Area Vo-Tech who constructed the all wood
the supermarkets. so-called "modern math." Since the roving reporter of 1887, gave Good records are a must for information is kept and School was formally turned Ira me classroom. The
purpose of math, whether modern or the following account of) his good tax management. They recorded into the system. over to the school board in a students did all the phases ol "

Unidford County with 51 per cent of traditional, is to equip the student to observations: ""'- 1.- -!Io.' construction carpeting except Students installingthe assisted

failures in the mathematics portion of cope with mathematical problems met in "The new railroad schedule In the wiring with I
the test, was among/ the higher rates of everyday life if modern math is not 1 11,.. UIIMI ml o elk-it and| lour !I school system electricians.

math failures in the State. In Dade accomplishing: this goal, then it must heconsidered passenger( (trains now pass Carpentry instructors Dave ,
Slarke daily All of them stop i 7 e,.
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I'fcnnigtT George Holidayand
failure. .'
County, 42 per cent failed the math a except one. and no one has the instructor Silas
(portion, while the math failure rate in functional power to stop this one except I I1 Jenkins masonry combined classroom
Duval County was 45 per l'enl.lost: The math section of the :\1 r. Kelly the highest railroad A time along(; with building time
literacy test included problems of official in Bradlord County, about live hours
smaller counties reported math failure averaging( a
following Whenever he takes a notion t r re .
comparison price-shopping day student labor in four and
rates ranging from 25 to 36 per cent, directions, balancing a checkbook and for this lightning train to stop, a ids wo y' f; live man crews 1
which was about what state education all he has to do is to pull out of The students constructed
of time,
officials, who designed the test, had converting measurements space his pocket a red handkerchiefand the classroom in three months
expected. and weight. The fact that a majority of wave it a few times. The time lor $7.7io.( about half theiost
students failed in this area indicates that t>: engineer( who is on the 4A t i 9 .r 3f'rw t of contracted labor, said

either the modern math, or those who lookout, discovers the signal Ted Oglesby. director of the
When questioned concerning reasons the mustard and immediately the air Vo-Tech Center. The students
for the of failures here in the teach it, are not cutting brakes
high rate are applied The train I used blueprints drawn up by
math portion of testing, BUS Principal At least the functional testing has Kelly, the conductor and Mr. I the school architect and approved -
Charles Francis attributed some of the shown where hisper to each other a by the State Department -
us we stand. Now the a
fewseconds, the is .
engineer I of transportation.VoTech 'I
trouble to the emphasis place on problem that mast be solved is how bestto signalled to move) on, and before students are cur
modern math "We took a group of correct these failures. you can turn around she I 4 e,, s .r rently working on flammable
has climbed the grade and 41'ft storage buildings at Starke
soon disappears in the and Southside Elementary \

I Billy The KidA distance. schools.

Starke, like the other small JiKsv;;::', :::;* ;stahtti:::: : : :z.:YfX 2.k .:-;:.
cities, is inflicted with her full 1
share of gentlemen of leisure, I VETKftANS' AFFAIRSby
new low in banality was reached by ride comes to a stop with the inevitable better known here as bums I 101'"''' __ William Haas :

Newsweek magazine recently with its end of his brother's Presidency Billy and loafers. You can see them Bradford-Union Area Vo-Tech: masonry and carpentry students show off their handiwork, the :::: County VeteransService ;
cover story on Billy Carter, the Presi will doubtless have accumulated sufficient congregate( every day around construction of a portable classroom a I Lawtey Elementary School. :::?::: Officer ;&
dent's brother showing him wearing a funds to keep him in beer andcigarl'ttes the depot about 30 minutes before Students in the carpentry class are: Donald Benvie. Jack Pierce, Tom Grea ver,Mike Howard rr
sweatshirt and for the rest of his life. the fast mail is due, as Bob Samu. Joe Houghton, Burt Dyal Gregg Bouchard, Eugene Bouchard, David Jones, Mitchell
flamboyant "Billy" thick as buzzards on an old With total of .
a
Gee Budd William, Richard Hitchcock. Gene Todd Jack McKenzie Charles Jackson. Terry 809,000
brandishing an autographed can of Billy dead horse, to w atch the route Perry and Terry WIBIs me. Instructors were George Holiday and David Pfenniger. veterans and servicemen in
Beer. But with all the news in the world to agent take the mail off of the Masonry students with Instructor Silas Jenkins are: Thomas Aaron, Walter Donley, Eddie training at the end of September -=
choose from, and all the significant and mail crane going at the rate of Brown Robert Jeffers, Tim Moyer Eugene Hutchinson, Michael Chandler. Donald Wiseman. usage of the current
Whether or not the "cruderies" of his deserving people who could be featuredon 35 miles an hour. They are anuisance Elem Williams, Jeffery Wainwright Robert Hill. Randy Cole, Charles Barton Walter Ball, GI Bill which took effect in: I
to any town and are Thomas Smith, George Early and Sam Hutchinson. 1966, has exceeded 7 million:
would Newsweek
brother are an embarrassment to the cover, why fit only to obstruct sidewalksand individuals. -

President Carter is, perhaps, beside the devote that valuable space to a self- otherwise inconvenience The figure means that more.
point. The President has indicated no made: "country bumpkin" whose main the people of business. I understand Donations Asked For Gifts To Needy Families than 17 million Americans I

with Billy's actions but in skill, at the moment, seems to be that. large numberof have taken advantage of the= I!
/Annoyance beer in hand while them have already made Donations of food and or Starke, on US-301 next to '"Religious celebrations, the GI Bill since the inception of5 i
brandishing
one
spite of the denials he can hardly be a can application to the Board of toys which can be used as Community State Bank. custom of exchanging gifts, the popular program in 1944- +
delighted with his kid brother's noisy chain-smoking seven packs of cigarettesa County Commissioners for a Christmas presents for needy Donors are requested to and good home cooking To date in the life of the:: I I
and professed admiration of George day with the other. berth in their pauper home families will be accepted for: contact Carole Hall phone reaffirm the Importance of current or"Vietnam-Era" GP \
Wallace his off-color jokes, and his when they get that institutionin distribution by. the office of 964-8039, between 8 a.m. and 5 our families during the Christ- Bill, more than 7 million Individuals -: I.
irreverent remarks about religion and No wonder the youth of America has full operation." Social and Economic Services 'p.m. Monday through Friday." mas holidays," says Mrs. have taken education ,
,727 South Walnut Street, Goods can be picked up Hall. training under its provisions:
of values
lost its
morals in general.In largely sense But progress had some set More than 4 million of these
backs in those days even as it were enrolled In college This "

the meanwhile r the haymakingBilly Win a Pulitzer Prize in literature or does now "For instance, this 'ARID. Co ,Is approximately twice the:
is on his kinship with science? Why bother when you can make wistful item: "We are not to B .number of men and women?: .'
capitalizing Have the sidewalk to' too who took college level :
the President by endorsing Billy Beer; a the cover of Newsweek on nothing more Methodist Church after all. mi iiW it. under the World War training: ':

I IHMnut-flavored liqueur (yecht!). and toy substantial than a.can of Billy Beer? The city physician has legislation September's;

pickup trucks. This and other activities decided that board walks are enrollment of 809,000 Is down:
Our real quarrel, however is not withBilly's 0
"" unhealthy, and we feel flattered by about 295,000 from =:
at BellyBuster" :
such as personal appearances bumptiousness, but withNewsweek's that the (x/ tars G.fERGUSON-JOHN'M than the:
city has so faith .: >; Boa MilLER more 1.1 million GI BUP
diving contests, and the corn- lack of editorial judgement. ful a public servant""AII 'j I" "1.-,0., Publishers> students enrolled in September y

I'I''ll I +"He
to bring Billy during the current people for a bunch of suckers (and if real works of art lookas : ; :: ':;1879.! : _' The current GI Bill enroll:: t
they were done I ifejoy. ment stands at .
fiscal year almost triple the $200,000 Barnam said there was one born Maori 1\V\,. Suhenlpuogntsintradeareasiperyear: : Maix> months. million it is less than 1 .
But every Robert -: Outside trade area:$8 $4 SO six months.Phone estimated that
drawn by the President. you per year:
salary' suckers minute), then he has a perfect right to do A gallon of oil cars b. 964-6305),. Starke.. Ra. approximately 6 million
ean't'bheme Billy [' it the are (so, and enjoy the hayride as long as it hipped from Louisiana to 'Americans are currently i
willing to pay: By'the time the giddy lasts. New York more cheaply than eligible for such training
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