Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04133
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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 15, 1977
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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09th Year STAKKE. FLORIDA 15 Cents

:22nd.! Issue Thursday December 15,1977 Copy I,' ,


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Bradford County farmers are gathering steam and supportersas
they support the national strike dramatizing their claim of

Williams Renews not being paid enough for their crops.
jNlki+ yy r fr Local farmers, livestock as well as truck farmers will meet
a today (Thursday, Dec. IS; during the afternoon to organize a
tractor caravan Friday morning around Starke to end at the
ToDemocratic courthouse. A meeting was also held Wednesday night at the
Allegiance Farmer's Market to push the strike effort.

Jimmy and Tommy Hamil- power they had in 1910 1914
ton of Brooker were with the base period when costs and

Dec. 9-10 caravan that went to prices were considered in \
Party Tallahassee, but other far relatives balance. '

mers have continued to join as For example, under the
the strike loomed nearer. formula the full parity price of
State Representative Frank thought of leaving th3 Demo wheat sold at the farm last
Williams told a group of top cratic Party has gone completely Between 20 and 30 area farmers month at an average of$2.48 a

... a visit with Santa... Bradford County Democrats t out of my mind. farmers joined from eight a group counties of 400 in bushel, 49 percent of parity.
Monday night that he has decided Williams said the Democratic
Two and a half year old Brian Dobbins, son of Mr. and !Mrs.Most or the requests from the children were for dolls and to stay within the party Party is the only Ellisville Monday, Dec. 12, to The same principle appliesto

Fred Dobbins of SUrke., receives a treat from Santa Claus alter dump trucks as they each sat on Santa's lap. and fight for policies he favors party "by, with, and political for the group into contact, picketingand other farm commodities, ,.
he told Santa what he wanted for Christmas Shown tl-r) are: Jason Morin Nikki Hugh is behind Brian rather than casting his lot people." sign committees to which American Agriculture,
Stevie Tomasovltcli. partially behind Mikey Tierney, Chris with the I Independents. organize a strike plan. a protest group says should
The dinner
out the
all from Pee Wee the Bradford ;
The children Nurserylslted
clones. Andy Goodonsho Is more Interested in the Some of the area farmers bring 100 percent of parity. .
('ounty'ublic I.lbrarypdn' !iday, Dec. U, for the visit with St. camera man than Santa; Robbie Sapp Evan; Douglas.) Nathan William., had told an inter was spirit hosted of the by holiday the committeewith season, included in the group were: The effect of raising the prices
:\ick. Shannon and Jill Williams. viewer planed months ago J.R.; Richard and David would be to increase the cost
i that he to run against county officials Wainwright, Leslie White- of grain and other raw mater-
Congressman Don Fuqua of was the as first of several guests.acti-It head, Wesley Moody, Wayne ials which go into the con-
I the Second Congressional Sapp, Arthur Gaskms, Alton sumer food supply, includingmeat
vities for the
District and was considering planned upcoming Boles and David
Browning. and animals.
To Get Water dairy

Hampton System ; making dependent the rather race than as an as In-a his Chairman committee political Vernon assistants.E.year Olin and by appearance Farmer's were of cool Sen. to Pete the main While occupation farming of is Bradford not the I';

Democratic candidate. Skinner at t the gathering, often County, David Wainwright

In a brief talk at the Brad Fifty-seven members and booing and drowning out his said locally the group has received -
ford Democratic Exe- remarks. U.S. Sen. Richard support from others
County guests heard Second
Will Assume Bruno's MortgageHampton cutive Committee dinner at Congressional District chairman Stone and Rep. Don Fuqua partially dependent on the

the Starke Golf & Country Jean Chance, of Gaines- have come out in support of farmers, such as feed and
-. the farmer for the 100 percent seed stores. Many closed "
Club Williams said he had ville, call for Florida Demo
city council and Hampton officials to give paiser for Bruno, his at purchase as "a damn fool decided it was better to wage crats to "come to grips with parity which the farmers are Wednesday as A.K. Feed \r,

', members unanimously moved him the council's answer torney's fees plus all court idea. his fight for certain principles the fact that there IS a demanding. Store. Farmer's Mutual to
Summers accused Welty Ofl "from within the party Republican Party in Florida." Parity is an economic yard- show support for the farmers. [
toward ending a five year old Wednesday a.m. costs, to determine what the stick
dispute with Hampton watersystem Bruno agreed Thursday to system was worth. which trying to hurry the council intoa ranks, ," 8f that ".,.the.' She said the GOP had madeU..mocrallc generally,farm used tocompart' Also closed Wednesday was Ml
prices with .
owner Arthur Bruno transfer the utility to the city could come to more than the decision to take over the' of and the pecan shelling operation of _... jl

Tuesday. Dec. 13. agreeing to immediately if the city would $19.000! Welty said. system rather than let DER 'UTOIfifMtWMarshal, !. costs factors. production Theoretically at other 100 JR. WaInwright at theState Starke.; 'il
Market in
the proceed with its suit. 1 Farmers f|
assume a $19.462 mortgage on assume outstanding "It would be back to a Welty of
percent parity, prices
the 70 year old system. balance. At that time it was shouting match," said Welty. countered he was told to would be enough to give Wainwright said also behind

While all the council unclear what the exact He said it would be the contact Carlisle Wednesdaywith farmers ,the same purchasing the farmers nationally are I
members stated they did not balance was. and what other cheapest way to go ahead and an answer from the city independent truckers who ''I j
want to pay such a price to get points would be included. purchase the utility, try to geta and he intended to do that. iw ti i would not cross picket lines if '
loan or grant to keep the Bruno was asked to show are set up the teamstersand
back the :30 year old franchise In a special session Monday
system running and begin cause in October 1976 why he 1y HuntingMishaps the steel workers. J
granted to Bruno in 1972 they night, Welty said he had
stated getting good water for talked to Watson and Bruno applications for a loan, suchas did not improve the water I The agricultural industry ;(
Farmer's Home Ad- pressure and chlorinate the uses 60 percent of all steel
the citizens of Hampton was was willing to transfer title, ,
their first concern. for the mortgage, if the city ministration to build a new water. Bruno was given until Wainwright said. He said one ,
water system. Welty esti- Nov 15 19'6 to make the farmer creates jobs for eight
The council was adamant in would pay his attorney's fees
r refusing a proposal by Bruno, and only take two of the four mated it might take two years necessary improvements.Circuit other people.
from finish for Judge Benjamin said while all
lots start to a new Wainwright
through his attorney William mortgaged.
Watson for Hampton to Welty told the council Bruno system to be in operation. Tench had ordered Bruno last the support from local

assume the attorney's fees of paid $5.000) down on the "The city is going to have to October to provide continuous } businesses and people is
about$975 and only taking two system and agreed to $200 a take it over either now or chlorination and adequate Injure 2 welcome the farmers also .
later," said Welty. water pressure. Bruno was appreciate any calls to 1
month at 6 .
of the four lots on the mort payments percent
interest for a total purchase Outspoken opponent for the brought back into court last congressmen that are made
gage. Richard price of $30.000: from the present system. mayor January for contempt of the 9- Two hunting accidents on their behalf.
Hampton instructed attorney Watterson estate. William Summers asked to go order to have the Improvement Saturday Dec. 10, in the New Also supporting the strike t
Welty was to con- The with 112 on record PS being "100 per completed by Dec. 1976. River area of Bradford are livestock markets in six J
tact Judge Wayne CarlisleWl'dnl'sd.lY customers system takes in about $480a cent against" assuming the In the meantime, Bruno County resulted in serious North Florida locations including ,
morning as per twice asked the council to Starke Gainesville Ocala
mortgage. city injuries to city employee ,
,, his orders as to what action month presently. Welty said "Let hi the council has taken.Carlisle Bruno wanted to exchange the
rates to for the left) Rep. Frank William,; Congressional District Committeeman -
help Allen Crewsof
for the accounts chise, give him a $1.50 per pay year-old Timothy They will remain closed I
instructed ina
Welty month rate increase, and let necessary improvements.The and Committeewoman Jimmy Crosby and Jean Chance; Whitehouse. indefinitely, or until the strike
Dec. receivable and let the
hearing held Thursday city council refused andorderd' County Executive Committee chairman, Vernon E. Olin. lineman for the
included take over Jan.l. DER stay on his back to Pressley, a is over, said Wainwright. He
H. that Bruno
improve the system," said Welty to initiate the city power plant, was hunting said they closed voluntarily I
Watson, Department of En- In discussion in both Summers. suit to void the franchise. with his friend Jim Burney Tuesday even though farmers
viromental Regulations attorney meetings Welty told the Chairman Ted Curtis Carlisle Dec. 8 told the SetsCrackdown great strides here in recent about 11:30: a.m. in the New had threatened to picket
Vance Kidder. DER council that he did not think responded Hampton had been parties involved if an agree- years, and warned that River area of Bradford them.

the judge would let the city out fighting Bruno for 5 years. ment could not be worked out, Democrats must not be County near the Union Countyline The markets at Gainesville, '
of the suit asking the franchise "We finally got it to where we he said he would set a time for trapped into complacency and when the pair spotted a Ocala and Lake City normally
i;hL', tllUn prier he I voided. He said if the city can take it over DER has the trial even' if it was on overconfidence. deer, according toIrs.: close for two weeks during j

proceeded with a condemnation been on him and he still has Saturday. Burney. Christmas, but with the strike
stnt, I would haveto "If the differences Chance said that voters are Pressley shot at the deer
lampion not improved it, said Curtis. are In HamptonHampton they are closing a week earlyfor
pay an engineer and Council members were opti- worked out Tuesday, the disenchanted with politiciansof and as Burney stepped to the the holidays. -
properly;> appraiser to mistic the system would keep papers should be prepared both parties, and are side to shoot, his foot slid in a Each market said they j
) evaluate for the city plus its running for another two years within one week to ten days to council memberswere becoming more and more hole throwing him flat on his would resume sales after the
attorney's fees. In addition while a new system was put turn the system over to the told Tuesday, Dec. 13, by independent in their thinking."We stomach. His .30-.30 rifle went New Year holidays if the
111 wThursday Hampton would be responsible in city" Carlisle said. "The marshall) Ed Green he would must work to keep"themin off as he hit the ground, the strike is settled by that time. I

as the party seeking the "It will take a II of a lot of most satisfactory water begin writing traffic violation the Democratic fold, she bullet apparently ricocheting Although the Florida Farm "
condemnation to pay an patching." said Summers. He system is one owned by the tickets that evening. warned. off something and hitting Bureau Federation (FFBF

engineer and property ap- summed his feeling up for the people," he added. "There will be no more Pressley who was about 20 has not adopted an official *.
Williams echoed the
Rep. feet ahead in the back of the
warning. Green told the
---'lC"-- don't position of the strike, it is not '...
"I warning. "People left above the boot said
'. dIIiIII! councIl. He also said he would leg ,.
opposed to this movement, .
Mli rftf realize what the Republicansare Mrs. Burney. j
begin a crack down on loiter "
doing in our own district according to Scottie Butler,
who works for the
ing at the city park. He said urney k
FFBF executive director.
he said, pointing to strong \
", Dee, 15 the youths had moved from city gas department, carried
in St. Johns Butler assured county Farm
GOP organization i
Pressley over two miles out of
,.t the Handy Way ,store to the Bureau leaders by letter that !
and Clav Counties.
:- B.C. Hosp. Bd. the woods. Pressley was taken
city park
members did not choose to \
to Shands Teaching Hospitaland \
7p.m.Saturday Green was directed by the adopt a policy position on the !;
Mrs. Chance was intro- transferred to the VA ; .
council to collect
delinquent strike at a recent meeting. .
ducted by CongressionalDistrict Hospital where he remains. A
Dec. 17 occupational licenses with a Committeeman bone in the back of his left leg "This 'no position' is being i.
penalty Jimmy Crosby who praisedher above the boot was shattered. equated by some to mean that ;
Beginning January 30 for her efforts on behalf of we oppose the American :
Dane. 9midnightStarke Hampton will enforce dog the organization. Burney, who strained his Agriculture efforts and this Is
Armory ordinances in the city charter.If party back in the mishap has not an erroneous assumption,"
Kickback Band. a dog is not properly vac returned to work. Mrs. said Butler.

,S2 stag. $3 drag. cinated and tagged and on a courthouse Chairman Olin officials introduced and Burney said her husband is "Farm Bureau always has

leash the animal will be im commissioners attending still upset about the accidentand been and will continue to be a
county -
pounded. If the owner does not the dinner, and says he won't hunt again. supporter of private enter-
Monday. Dec. 1 19 gave
chain the animal and the
pay We understand the
each to Another accident in that prise.
an opportunity express -
------- impounding fees, it will be
current problem faced bv
B C School' Bd. H himself or herself "for same area about 5:20: reultedin
farmers and realize that
the good of the party." injuries to Timothy Allen
7p.m. Council members said large receive for I
prices they many
jrL Crews 15,
r r ter' packs of dogs had been Collector JR. products are below the cost of i i
Tax Kelly According to a preliminary
8 Elk.fles
Elks the
1802 plaguing city for a long lauded efforts of the Committee report by the Bradford County production. This must cer-
Starka Lodge '
time. tainly be changed if farmersare
and described the get- Sheriffs office Crews
Dinner 7 p.m. Thecity is Investigating )-' "
currently to survive, Butler said.
acquainted dinner as "a great hunting with another 15 year
Meeting p.m. hiring an animal Some of the striking far- I
step for the Democratic Partyin old from Whitehouse when
warden. Bradford County." Kelly they: were separated from the mers have threatened to

Tuesday. ; Dec, 20Starkt said he was nearing the end of boy s father K.K. Crews The cancel their'memberships in 1
organizations that don't
.-._-_- 43 years of Bradford County younger Crews was standing I'
politics under the Democratic on a rock when he dropped his support their movement and
Council emblem and was proud that 12 ga. single shot and It ac-. Butler said this Is unfortunate I
7p.m. his office had just received avery cidently fired hitting him In "because farmers and ranchers '

favorable audit from the the left hand, right fingers and don't need to fight

c..lthr City Crews Put Up Christmas DecorationsCity nj&S State. chin.Passerby Jim Fillyaw of among Wamwright themselves.summed" up his, I :

HommimUt(!! ) j Vice-President Lillian Lake Butler called the Union feelings by saying "all the i

&tatf Sank Street Department crew writes Merry Christmas across L'S-301 north last Thursday The rf Pearson and other committee County Rescue unit who local farmers want is an equal '
.bright red and green letters welcome 301 travelers as they approach Starke from the north or members were introduced.The transported the boy to Shands.A share of the profits," and he
Acc.Mt.N.w InturMl U0T.MTMtky south during the holiday season. opening Invocation was hospital spokesman would like to see the fe2 family

f.d.ra. D...tlt"ln........Corp. The city water again has Us crown of lights and a blue lighted cross w hich can be seen for miles given by Mrs. Olin,wife' of the Tuesday listed his condition farms left In the county
by anyone driving In the vicinity chairman. Tuesday. satisfactory,, remain in operation*.

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Page ZA TELEGRAPII December IS,1917

Bill Epps Described As VictimOf I 1'.

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Changing Banking ]ProfessionFormer ,I

Starke banker Billy granted Assistant U.S. At- spend any of the bank's money I
Gene Epps, was put on proba- torney Robert Yerkes' motionto and didn t make "one penny '
tion in Jacksonville Thursday, dismiss the other six from the transactions. He
Dec 8,after pleading guilty to counts. added the bank didn't lose
two counts of an eight-count anything. "In fact, I think it
indictment which charged Epps was charged with made money on bonds that t{irl
various acts involving loans issuing checks on the bank's came in as (loan) collateral." ,
and false records in 1974-73. funds and charging them off to
accounts in which there was Juveniles Charged
Epps, 48, who now lives in no money lie was accused of Starke police arrested two
Titusville, was then executive hiding the transactions from juveniles Monday, Dee 12, F
vice-president of the Com- Bank President, Charley after the burglary, grand tkt ;t
munity State Bank of Starke. Johns and the bank's board of larceny of Rosier's Nurseryand
US District Judge HowellW directors. Monument, 301 S. Walnut I
Melton suspended sentence Ball told the court, "I think earlier in the day ;,ti
and placed Epps on three Mr. Epps was a victim of his Police said after further r
years probation. Melton profession. He was the victimof investigation they were ableto ,
added a condition that Epps changes that were comingout clear the grand larceny of a .
reimburse the government for of Washington because go-kart by the same juveniles.
fees paid to his court- they started enforcing Both were charged with two
appointed lawyer Oliver C. banking laws that they didn't counts of burglary, grand
Ball within a year. Melton used to."Ball said Epps didn't larceny and turned over to the
Division of Youth Services.
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Corp sponsored Toys for Tots Ret a helping hand from
the Bradford High School ROTC and TG&Y
ancy'sPLAZA Direct With the assortment of Christmas goodies for underprivilegedchildren
F FLOWERSInvites are: Major Charles Hall. Mark Griffith, Sgt. Ron
Mallett Bill Lunn, Major.Jim Williams, and Ltc. John Smith.At .
you to come see our largest display se lns Right:
of Christmas arrangements to decorate your *
BUS HOTC cadets Mark Griffith and Bill Lunn turn in 1X3 f
home for the holidays. So different
many pounds of aluminum cans to be used in the local Toys for Tots
items to choose from. Drive.
Starko Home Center ,
The ROTC recleved(31 for the cans at 17 cents a pound [

Let us do your home or parties for your lie! lot N. Steno 964-1141 .
biggest ever. Bldg. Permits Total

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Our designers: euou.neew weaoaooo $433,746 For Nov. I

Bill Sally.Wilson Scoggins Joy Cheryl Williams Hieblerare ( ( ELL ((3IU J LOn Forty-nine, totaling building$433,746 were permits ,I
by the Bradford County
do I for A Selection Of Zoning Office during the I
waiting to something special you. Large period, Nov. 1-29, according to
Zoning Director L.M. Gaines'
We are here to serve you our customers. monthly report.
The list included nine single
family dwellings totaling
Phone 964-5792
$248,400)); 22 mobile homes,
Stark Plaza $136,700; two commercial,
George and Dolly Simpson $13,200; and 16 miscellaneous,
$35,446. I p- r
s .r Fees collected for the month
totaled$1,271,and 142 building
I inspections were made.

A holiday from regular pricesLaZBoy : -

Girl Scouts Sing At Stnrke Nursing Home I

Tuesday December 13. the program for the Starke filled the :Nursing Home withmusic.
Bradford County Public Nursing Home. .
Reclina-Rockers Library and the Girl Scout The movie "Silent Night" A library volunteer Dawn
Troops of Starke (troops 669. Christmas caroling. "I>e'k DiAVitl of Starke. accompanied I
fi)5.() 127. G8J, 520, 690, 311. 691, the halls" "Joy to the the Girl Scouts on
325. -Ml) had a Christmas World." and "Silent :sight," the guitar and sang a solo.

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December IS. 1977 TELEGRAPH PaR "'..

HEW Telegraphs Its PermissionFor

I" Southside Elementary NewsParents I

Head Start Christmas Party and Students are published in the near future and girls from Starke won; Doughman, 'Jason Huggins,
reminded that the Christmas when the sale has ended.In third game Southside vs and James Calton for being
Holidays begin December 17, Miss ClaudettePeterson's Lawtey, boys won; fourth awarded an IndependentInvestigators'
Permission has been Jordan, from his Atlanta and extend through January 2, fourth grade, two game Southside vs Starke. diploma by the
granted by telegram from the office Dec.6, predicted the reopening 1978. Teachers return to workon students, Eric Crawford, and Starke boys won; fourth game World Book Company. Jose
Department of Health Start of the local Head Monday, Jan. 2, and Bryan Lane, have won giant Southside vs Starke, Southside Melicio Is the new library
Education and Welfare for the weeks center from no later than two students return to school on suger daddies for selling two girls won; fifth game assistant from room it,. Kelly
local Head Start program to then. Tuesday, Jan. 3. dozen footies. Cecil Jackson Southside vs Starke, Southside Moore and Tracy Rowan were
have a Christmas celebrationfor Head Start was notified and Chris Thomas played in girls won 60. The final the cheerleading represen-
the children in the Nov. 7 to shut down Immediately -ReSults of the State the basketball tournamentwith standings resulted in tatives for the basketball
program from Bradford and until proper Assesment Tests, given in Starke Elementary Dec. Southside girls and Starke tournament on December 8 at
Union counties. transfer of paperwork from October to students in grades R Elementary boys in first place Starke Elementary. Alvin
The party will be held Dec. the local CUBB agency to three and five, were sent and Southside boys and Starke James is the player fromroom
21 from 10:30: am. to 1 pm. at realignment under Suwannee home Wednesday, Dec. 14. Boys who played in the Elementary girls in second 10.Fuday.
the Civil Defense Building at River Economic Council, an These tests measure a child's basketball tournament at place. II I I
the fairgrounds on US-301 in eight county Community achievement in Schoolare
reading, Starke Elementary Nov. 11, Mrs. :
Starke.All Action Agency.In writing, and mathematics and : Chris Thomas, Alvin The following boys and girls Cheryl Gladden's kin I
Head Start children will Bradford and Union may determine whether a James, Levi Simmons, Simon went with the basketball dergarten and Mrs. Beth, :
receive a gift. Refreshmentswill counties 72 children still child can be promoted to Mitchell, Cecil Jackson, teams to cheer them' on to "reeman-Mrs. Martha t
be served. remain out of the federally grade four or six for the next Herbie Cooper, Bill Gatlin, victory; Kelly Moore, Tracy Siefferman's third grade I
funded Head Start center.The term. Dewey McKinney Michael Early, Kenny Rowan, Sharon Wood, 'Isited the fire station at the '
The telegram, sent by John staff of 12 has been out of work school principal invites Holmes, Robert Bellamy, Stephanie Thornton, Errer Jacksonville Naval Air
Jordan, director of the Officeof since Nov. 7 without compen- parents who have questions Charlie Pelham. The girl's Gruen,Troy Townsend, Leoi Station. The children had a I
Child Development for sation. concerning the test results to team lists: Thresa Perry, Dean, Becky Parrish, Catrell fire safety demonstration,
HEW,authorized using moneyon Parents interested in more call the school office and Pam Procter, Melanie Wood, Overstreet Pat Barber, Pam toured the fire station, slid
hand for the part pending information about the Christ make an appointment with Cynthia DeSue, Annette Lee, Goolsby, Clevie Myrick, down the pole, and rode on the
receipt of supplemental funds. mas party are to call 7823788.The FSP Employees Complete Training their child's teacher to discussthe Diane Wood, Carolyn Hill, Kicky Gainey, Susl Wilson, fire engine They also toured
r.wr: t scores. Wendy McDougald, Rosaland and Malda Delestre.In the inside of an airplane and j
Department of Offender Rehabilitation has announced that Lennon, Kathy Morrow. The had a picnic in the park. It wasa
Florida State Prison, employees (brt) Glen Caton Dwight -The P.T.A. sponsored sale games went as follows: first Miss Phyllis Gold fun trip for all. They would
Morin Brenda Smith rind Philip Wilson, recently participated In of footies is going very well. game Southside vs Brooker, berg's fourth grade like to thank Roy Bryant the 1
the Correctional Training Institute at Kalford. The students are outdoing both boys and girls from congratulations are in order Fire Chief and father of Robyn
This Is the the lath| CTI group to enroll In the minimum themselves in an effort to win Southside won; second game for Troy Portis, Lynne Dukes, and Rhonda Bryant for
Lvw standard curricula, "'hich I Irf required by law. The Training prizes.. Results will be Southside vs Starke, both boys Russell Trainor, Marie making the trip possible.
Institute program Is/! taught/ conjunction with Lake City
Community College,'and the nine
graduates earn semester
44R credits for successfully completing the full time 160 hour f ) )t Z$ i $ >Jh 1f1at
a t7! r P course. ; r i
The program Includes Instruction in the Criminal Justice t
System Legal Aspects of Corrections Operational Procedures, ft Ness Aftt 'BIIS
Ewe Y
Principles of Supervision, Human Relations and Technical J SN /J.. '
Training Skills which Include Firearms, First Aid and Fire 2 ., t
Fighting Techniques. J
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LB Youth Is In Serious Condition Come In I

4 .,
a And Let Us Make S t
of A hospital spokesman said j ltj.
s Keith Leroy Jones 17 "
Lake Butler was listed in Jones suffered head injuries 'A -
Special Design
serious condition Tuesday in and was in the pediatric inten i
sive care unit. Jones and his
Shands Hospital wreck at following a passenger, were southboundon .01 For Your Home Or 4' G
-- car-train a crossingon II: Office ,
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Edwards Road in Starke at approximately
Hill Gang Cleans StreetsA Wednesday, Dec. 7. 55 mph as they I Cast
approached the railroad about w1 IIL p
group of young people calling themselves the Hill Com Matt McEneany, 16, of a half mile south of SR-100 ..t, i, .1
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munity'lean-Up Gang were busy Saturday, Dec. 3. cleaning: up .
skid marks
taken left before
trash from the ditches and road shoulders In the Reno area of r was toiSt.I Lukes were
Slarke. Hospital in Jacksonville. A the front of the 1974 Dodge
In photo are Carnell Williams, James Reed Steven Goodman spokesman said McEneanywas station wagon collided with 'I.C ;
listed in fair condition the right front corner of the 1 '" Selection
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and Carl llamm as they work on Old Lawtey (
Tuesday and was scheduledfor train engine. The car was ;
Gang was organized by Steven Goodman and Rose Williams. '' i '
knocked 43 feet westbound
The youngsters! plan to keep the working Saturdays up until they sustained surgery Wednesday. He down the track. i r! Of
work through the entire lleno area. They plan to be at it again compound fracturesof ..oJ
the left leg!,police reported. The train was westbound at
this Saturday ; nn __L .. .01
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BIRTHDAY GJaJOOfJUlIJ1lJ GJVffiGJI1VI1IJ'i0 for all church members--
by Delores Meng Dinner at the City Hall on Hampton
Phone 468-1915 Friday, Dec 16, at 5 p.m Jenny Davis,a 7th grader at years of age or older.They arc
In the gift exchange, men Hampton Elementary School, last Sunday by the Starke served as hostess to a Christ- evening of singing, (Santa HISTORY OF urged to bring along thei
SENIOR CITIZENSThe will bring in a wrapped celebrated her 12th birthday Woman's Club were: Mr. and mas Party of Countywide Claus made a surprise visit HAMPTONCulminating friends of the same age to thii
Hampton Senior present suitable for a man; December 14 with a party for Mrs. George Simpson, Miss cafeteria personnel Thursday through the halls, high. a study of local dinner which will be served at
Citizens Club will hold ladies are to bring a gift family and friends. Joy Williams, Mrs. Mary evening, Dec. 8 lighting the evening.) rhythm history in Mrs. Arleen Rich's the church Saturday, Dec 171
Christmas Covered Dish a desirable to another lady. Mr.and Mrs. Gerald Adkins Overholser, Mrs. Paul Meng, Ladies from Southsido and nand accompaniment and a class, Principal Connie Clark at 1 p.m. f
enjoyed a trip to Winter Beverly and Joyce Meng, Starke Elementary and the Christmas play. Cookies and gave students some interesting Members of the Hampto
W1.110_.....0..aw1 WMeu.'AWN Haven last week where they Mrs. Randy Scoggins and Vocational Technical School punch were served following historical facts. He Christian Academy entered a.
..cop w/D visited his brother, P.D. Mrs. Francis Meng. joined the Hampton ladies for the program. stated that Indians settled In float In the Christmas parade!
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-0.. MMMMA.Y.w.nwM ..U6'tl. Adkins. They left on Monday an evening of fun and festi- this area over 5,000 years ago held last Saturday in Starke.[
MN pRNI. _-'IU'' PoP1o1113111393N01131110N also visiting Circus Worlanear SCHOOL NEWS vities. PHYSICAL EDUCATION This is documented by the fact Theme for their float was
IMOIIIIIIOrA e'1.W014v Haines City They also Friday, Dec. 16, will be the The cafeteria was Physical Education in- that pottery, arrowheads and "Let's keep Christ in Christmas -
enjoyed visiting in the Dundeearea last day of school for 1977. beautifully decorated with structor Ben Moxley ac- spears found around the !I"
where they lived many Children and teachers will enjoy streamers, Christmas sym- comqanied the 4th and 5th Hampton Lake area date this
year ago. They saw many two weeks of holiday celebration bols and a blinking light tree. grades to Southside far back in history.An DeWitt C.Jones
beautiful orange groves and and will return Mildred Downing was the Elementary School recently old cemetery in the area
toured packing houses and to ,choal January 4, 1978. lucky winner of the fruit cake for a Countywide Basketball indicates an epidemic took Fall
orange processing plants. 'Reports of the basic skills door prize made by Mrs Meet. many lives between 1830 and Injured in
Mrs. Adkins remarked that tests taken by third and fifth Derkman. Avanda Chandlerwon Students attending the
the packing industry has become grade students were sent to an Avon cosmetic prize. competition were: Robbie 1860.Around 1860 people who DeWitt C. Jones, funeral l |
very mechanized since parents on December 14. Following the gift exchangeall Spitze, Jackie Mutchell, farmed the land settled near home director in Starke,
rs they remembered it while Principal Connie Clark expressed enjoyed the goodies Andrew Timmons, Jody the location of Hampton Gainesville, and Keystone
living there. After four enjoyable pleasure at the generally brought along by those attending Wadsworth, Oscar Estes, School Mail was delivered to Jleights for many years,
days in South Florida good results shown on Brad Russell, Mike Carroll a farmer's home who had a suffered a fractured knee cap
they returned home re these test by Hampton Jimmy Parker, Allen Can- son named Hampton, and the In a fall near his home in
freshed. Elementary students. NEW STUDENTSGina stine, Jerome Mitchell, Amy town was eventually named Gainesville last Monday afternoon -
Miss Mmdy1 Seville was Ramondo was wel- Clark. Mona Croll Christine after him. .
HAMPTON LAKE welcomed at the school last comed as a new first grader Sherwin,Arneth Meece, Patty By 1870 Hampton became According to information
Mrs Lucy Hodges, Mrs. week as a new fourth grade 'In Mrs. Jean Clark's class Sherwin, Marie Corbitt, Shian quite busy, having two rail- received here, Mr. Jones
Ruth Riddick and Paige teacher. She resides in Monday. Her brother, Danny, Roberts and Penny Flyth. road tracks and a railway stumbled on an uneven side-
Roberts were among those Gainesville and attended is one of Miss Mindy Seville's Principal Connie Clark, station. Eight passenger walk and will be confined to
from the area who accompanied Gainesville schoools, students. The Ramondo Kathryn ,Wigglesworth trains stopped here every day.A his home for several weeks
the First Baptist ,graduating from the University family recently moved to this and Mindy* Beville accompanied large packing house was in while wearing a cast on his
Choir in presenting a Christ : of Florida. She spent area from Long Island, New the students for the ar@a. Hamnton had- a left knee.Pecan.
mas musical program at three years in Seattle, York. the exciting competition. bank,department store, a jail[j
Union Correctional Institute Washington, and describes it The entire school body and a thousand gallon water Auction
last Sunday. as an enjoyable time in a love CHRISTMAS PROGRAM enjoyed the recent floor tank. A big fire later con-
Among those enjoying the ly state. Among her hobbiesare Children from Kindergarten hockey games between 4th sumed many of these building,
Parade of Homes sponsored sewing, square dancingand through the 7th grade at and 5th graders against 6th and Hampton lost much Scheduled
travelling. Although Miss Hampton Elementary School! and 7th graders. The older business.
Beville can be described as a delighted a large audience of group won out in these exciting Hampton Is now govered bya 1 P.M TodayAnother
TRAVELADVEKTOIEEDUCATION 1 very petite person, she parents and friends on games which are City Council with five
promises to be an excellent Monday evenng with a Christ- similar to ice hockey. members. William Summersis pecan auction is
Heme like th,. JOHN BROWN teacher and everyone Is happy mas program under the Students will be getting the town mayor. There are scheduled for today, (Thursday .
f.l lase titan'zoooo7 a See Chief Kelly US Navy to have her as part of the direction of their music Instructor plenty of exercise with soccer, two stores, a fire house, a city Dec. 15) at 1 p.m. due to
MOBILE HOME CENTER Recruiting Station Starke faculty! Mrs Lavon Dnvas. spcedball ,and basketball in hall, a post office, two schools the high volume of nuts
Vest Monday 10 AM Til 2 P.M. Principal Connie Clark the coming weeks. After the and several churches. growers continue to bring to
Moor 21 N K.y.ton..73.3775 Bradford Square 21 o'? la CAFETERIA PARTY welcomed the Interested holidays Mr. Moxley will be Mrs. Rich constructed a the State Farmers Market in
Mrs. Blonnie Derkman audience to an enjoyable conducting afternoon classes map of the area, and after Starke, said manager Bob
some research, placed a Allen.
nametag with proper locationfor Growers brought 10,446
each student. pounds of pecans to the
market Dec. 8, and took home
HAMPTON $4,839, averaging about 46
CHRISTIAN ACADEMYThe cents per pound, said Allen.
south defeated the north The quality of nuts this year
by a score of 36 24 in the All has fluctuated bringing an
Star Flag Football game average of 59, 56, and 47 cents
played recently at Hampton for the first three auctions and
Christian Academy. down to 42 cents Dec. 1.
Parents and students were Volume has totaled 80,109
treated to a steak and chicken pounds.
dinner at a Starke restaurantat Growers have taken home
the conclusion of the football $41,708 for the five auctions
season. Whether there will be any
The youth group of more sales will be determinedby
Hampton Baptist Church will the amount of pecans still
be giving a Christmas dinner available, said Allen

,, Obituaries 1

Mrs.Gladys Christy Born in Rock Island,
Funeral services are set at 3 Illinois, Feb, 3, 1908, Mr.
p.m. today (Thursday, Dec. Huller had moved to Keystone
15,) for Mrs. Gladys Heights from Ramsey, New
Harrington Christy of 337 N. Jersey in 1970. He was a
Walnut Street, Starke, who retired plant engineer for the
died Tuesday, Dec. 13, in Aero-space industry, a Navy
Alachua General Hospital in veteran of WW II, and a

Our Stock Must 60 -= 'iIlneSB.Gainesville Mrs:Christ following}):was 4"-a'IfieRtresident a,brief. :4I"1:'"i1ice<1 ..Palms member.. rvi\'o1iJ\a Church!of the!\ Park. '\.w.uvife.: of the

of the Starke area. ; one son,
She was a retired super George B. Huller of Eagle,
intendent with the Indepen- Penn.; two brothers, ArthurL.
dent Life Insurance Copmany, Huller of Patterson, New
retiring in 1972. She was a Jersey and Norman K. Hullerof
member of the Starke Denver Cola; and two

It's All Sale Priced For Tour Christmas GivingTHIS Woman's Daughters Club of, The the United Confederacy grandchildren.Funeral services were held

and the First Friday Dec. 9 in the Park of
Baptist Church. the Palms Church with Mr.
Mrs. Christy was the Robert J. Willey and Mrs.
daughter of the late Nat John Suess officiating. Burial
WEEK ONLY LITTLE GIRLS Williams and Louise Mahone. followed in Keystone Heights
TIMEX 111 Survivors include her hus- Cemetery under the directionof
HEAVY WINTER LONG SLEEVE band, C.N. Christy of Starke; DeWitt C. Jones Funeral
/ PANT two sons: Marion Harringtonof Home.
Ormond Beach and William
WATCHES TOPS L. Harrington of Keystone MR.HUBERT C. ROUSE SR.
JACKETS Price Heights; two brothers: 75
SUITS Palmer Williams and Edwin Mr. Hubert C. Rouse, Sr. 75,
$ Williams both of Starke; a died Monday morning at his
SO O17 LITTLE GIRLS sister, Mrs. J.D. Seymour of home in the New River Section
Starke and three grand of Bradford County afteran
40 % Y2 children. apparent heart attack.
I To NIGHTWEAR 50 % Service will be held at 3 p.m. Born in Bradford County
off $4990 today in the DeWitt C. Jones Mr. Rouse has lived most of
Price OffMEN'S Chapel with Rev. Ben Bryant his life here since he retired
pastor of the First Baptist from 30 years in the Navy. He
Church, officiating. Burial was a member of the
will be in Crosby Lake Christian Church.
Cemetery. Survivors inrliuto. hi.
CHRISTMAS widow Mrs. Zella Hammond
Rouse; one daughter Mrs.
D.W. Carpenter,77 Jackie Crews of Starke; one
Dwirla Whitney Car- son, Mr. Hubert C. Rouse Jr.
I HANES THIS WEEK ONLY LADIES pent 'r, 77, died Tuesday, of Starke and four grandchildren -
$ 29 Dec 13, in Methodist .
BRIEFS 3 Hospital in Jacksonville. Funeral services were held
PkgOf3 TOYS40 SLACKS A retired fireman, Mr. Wednesday in the Chapel of
Carpenter served 22
years Archer Funeral Home, with
with the City of
Jacksonville Rev. James
T-SHIRTS $35? I ej,. '7" $4 Q95 Fire Department. He is alsoa officiating Countryman Interment
former resident of Starke.
followed in
gO'3) OFF I River
| D He has been
living in
To W Off Cemetery under the directionof
Stock'Up retirement
on Santa Fe Lake Archer Funeral Home.
TOY CHECK LIST near Melrose.
IIMII1 Mr. Carpenter is a Mason Roy Hughes.6
MEN'S E Scrabble Q Monopoly LADIESSWEATERS and a Shriner of the Morocco Ray C. Hughes, 66, of
Temple in Jacksonville. He Melrose died Monday
OJlhtZ11 o rea Set was also' a member of the morning.. Dec. 12, at his
FLANNELSHIRTS As LowAs Florida Fireman's home on Santa Fe Lake

o Models D Football Association. following a long illness.
Born February 8, 1903 in Born Dec. 23, 1910 in Its,
$1750Others Long Island, Kansas, Mr. Georgia Mr. Hughes moved
$560 OIII.IT..b V Carpenter moved to to Melrose 4''* years
Jacksonville with his family 'from Ossinging New Yorl
o] Race Car Sots With Similar DiscountsJEWELRY at an early age. He joined Mr.Hughes retired in 1972 as
the Jacksonville Fire a director in the
o Jig Saw Puniss Department at 17 years of Department of the Philips

BOY'SFLANNEL age.Survivors Laboratories in Briarcliff.
OPllfSchoolT'lln Include: his New York. He had received
wife, Mrs. Majorie V. his master's degree from the
As Low AS
G Barbio Bath Sots Carpenter of Santa Fe Lake, University in 1938. Mr.

$ Q Paint By Numbers 20% Shirley and two Carpenter daughters Reddishof Mrs. American Hughes wasa Chemical member Society of the
Z Starke and Mrs. David L. and a member of the Faith
SHIRTS OEllotrloF.otlal1l8lml two Reid grandchildren.of Jacksonville, and Melrose.Presbytarian Church of

D: Sotamt Strait Game Nooklaoos, Earrings, Ele. Funeral! services were Survivors Include his

held Wednesday morning, wife, Mrs Woodie Davis
Dec. 14, from the graveside Hughes of Melrose
BOY'S ._ in Green Lawn ; a son,
-g.. Cemetery in Ray C. Hughes of Croton,
sa\.E Jacksonville. Pallbearerswere New'York; a daughter
his children Laura '
and Jane Yates
o. $687 DUCKY'SDEPARTMENT grandchildren. Mountain, of Signal
PAJAMAS + LADIES WINTER sister,Mn. Willette Tennessee H. Vogh; a

MEN'SFLANNEL children086' and( two grand-
R.". '.- George H. Huller Funeral services
STORE held were

PAJAMAS o. $191 t PUMAS Dec. Wednesday 14, from deiinn
George H. Huller, 69, of Melrose Cemetery grave .
Keystone Heights died James with Dr

Lawrence Blvd. Keystone Heights. Fla Naval Wednesday.Regional Dec. 7,Medical In the flclaUng.R. Neaie Funeral, Jr of.

Center at Jacksonville arrangements were nude by
DeWitt C.
following !long illness of Jo'uneral'Home
Keystone Heights.



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: Council Receives ...4'f': County Commission Opens Bids ;

Interim Report On RoadMaintenance Equipment

'On Sewer Project ... .
: rlanDarrell O'Neal to work on
., Preparatory to getting into right of way for the Crawford -Approved as an emer-
items cited in a consent order
.', Starke city council mem- the road building and main- Settlement Road.Chairman from the of gency ordinance adoption of anew
DevelopmentBlock rates for serving sum-
tenance business, Bradford George Robertson I
bers were presented
Tuesday Environmental Regulations.
Grant missed by the Commissioner, behalf of the commission mons and witness suopoenas. J.
night Dec. 6, with a of alive instructed to
copy in O'Neal
city 1977 by one point might was
volume, foot Monday, Dec. 5, opened 11 expressed his appreciation for County attorney Dudley
high stack, have for putting
a chance with 1978 bids for tractors, mowers anda the and good gather quotes Hardy said the new fees of $12 '
interim report on city sewers funding He said the scoring roto-tiller. relationship cooperation with Rayonierand down two wells and prices fora for a summons up from $7.50, I
for the Environmental system had been changed anc Before the noon adjournment other local timber chemical test kit. and$7 for a witness subpoena,
Protection Agency. with a review of the application ,bids were transferred to companies. In August commissionershired up from $5 were in keeping
Sanitary engineer Don ,and update and changeIn a tabulation sheet for study Roberts asked for the a registered sanitation with other counties. Hardy
Ruckman Bessent Hammock of the firm of priorities it could be submitted and comparison of prices and patience of county residents engineer to help with designsfor said the legislature had approved .
and Ruck- the landfill located off SR-
again.In brj the higher fees and
options. At first glance, the until the sign machine shop is
man of Jacksonville, broughtthe other action commissioner machinery tabulated at the in operation after February 100 near Keystone Heightsthat Sheriff Dolph Reddish was in .
council up to date on the Vernon Silcox: made a low bid will cost between following a request by Esther will meet the require- favor.The new fees would add :
$1.85 million sewer renovationand motion for of the DER. A completion -
interference ments
no by Santa Fe about $6,500 to the county {
$30,000 to (35,000 total. Dyal for a sign
extension project. Ruck- council members either in told date was set for March 15, budget. This the
The board advertised for Cemetery. Roberts year county .
man the presented firm's contract amendmentto putting Silcox turning on said or off those city utilities.matters .- ., one ten foot mower, up to Lawtey Mayor Marvin Rosier 1978.Accepted the recom- had about 500 civil casesFUQUAY'S "0': '". .
v'Memorial three eighty inch mowers, after the machine is in
minor items in line sign
with should follow regular chan mendation of the zoning board
federal funding requirements r three tractors and a roto- operation the county could of 19 CARPET 'I
nels. The motion passed for for approval rezoning ..
would street
tiller. Delivery from furnish name signs
tie said the city would be unanimously with Silcox, acres on Laura Church Road
90 Commissionerssaid town at cost. CLEANINCPROFESSIONAL !
75 to days. the
saving 52 cents an hour with Charles Schaefer and mayor from RIC to Agricultural requested -
the board
they were pleased with In :
the amended agreement. Harold Epps in favor.' Com- by James W Quiette.
from clerk
and -Heard
the competitive prices a report
Ruckman told the
council missioners Joe Warren and -Appointed Richard Welty
traffic fine
would notify the successful Gib Brown on
there would be no more field Wilbur Waters were out of to the in and Andy Dennon as regular
bidder. paid county CLEANING
work until the interim report town. money members of the Bradford
made in the
was approved by EPA, but re- Referred to a committee for "You got some good prices.It October. Cases Starke, 90 County Mental Health Board 964-8596
ceived council approval to study was the possibility of Dedication For FiremanStarke looks like some "was county were ; and Patrick Foley and Hazel
132 Hampton, 0
begin the next phase. building a new city hall. hungry for the business," one Lawtey Bradford ; 218, and; Paulk, alternate members.
The $85,500 system Placed on the committee was bidder replied when Chairman County -Heard there had been one 10% '
flag the fines
of ,
firemen Dennis Rhoden and John Ramsey Brooker 1. Out a
evaluation, before Roberts asked if
required since registeringthe
Silcox attorney George George application
In front of the fire station as.part of the portion goes to each
EPA will release funds to Pierce and Schaefer who Saturday Dec. 10. Blalock. the bidders had any com county gun ordinance with Discount
II. for each
of fireman James municipality $1 case
repair the present faulty brought the matter up for dis- dedication ceremonies in memory the ire ments. Nine bids were received the Secretary of State Nov. 11.
contributed and to the
by the state
to part
sewer lines is the final part of cussion.In The flagpole and memorial stone were on the equipment.In -- ,
members. Total fines were: 1. I.To.! ".OCallal "ill1OtatealatQQTrail .I
and city council county. "
Step One of the $1.85 million other business the council department other road business the $14,110 Starke, $2,194;
project. took under consideration a commissioners adopted by Lawtey$3,435; county,$5.571)\ ; Restaurant..
Step Two will be a design of resolution and contract with
resolution at 50,000 pound
the sewer facilities, the first the Florida Municipal Utilities Move Set To Enlarge Lots 'weight restriction on SR-18 and-Directed Brooker $26.county sanita- 301 N. Lawtey
phase of which is approved by Association. City Clerk from the Union County line to
EPA. Step Three will be the Merrill Edwards said a the intersection of SR-231.The GtPECC CCEGG! WLC!J oc (t LLc wuSpeelal i
Brooker CouncilTo
actual construction of the Estates
meeting of that group is sche- In Keystone Club road has recently been re-
sewer project. Actual con- duled for Dec. 21 and the city ., topped and commissionerswere
struction of the project is ex- must decide if they want to Wheels were set in motion at by Daryl O'Neal of the Brad- in favor of keeping lime- Meet MondayThe Dally' UMMM! Speisl| .
pected to begin next May. sign a contract that will cost the County Zoning Board ford County Health Department rock haulers from tearing up 1"
The engineering firm also about $3,000 to the city for a meeting Tuesday night to up that 7,500 square feet is the new road. Art Schultz regular Council meeting has of been the [ StMkFrl 11-2 P.... .....- Frl. i
reported on possible federal joint agreement to buy and sufficient to meet of the Brooker City
grade the zoning of some lot no longer local representative week until this ." Shrimp' 3Hamkarsir
grant money to build an over- sell power among the 38 lots in Unit 1 of Keystone Clut minimum health department state Department of Transportation postponed one, Dee 19, at 7:30: ENIb IINa.
pass over the railroad tracks. municipalities that have Estates to meet square requirements for constructionof said trucks suchas Monday in the night town hall. Chills ",,, V 1,1". ,
While federal be
money might joined. footage requirements of the a septic tank and drain field rock haulers gross out at p.m.
Only Councilman Steve ChrlHmt. Tntt Fit Frlfcf. NIM' Is
available it was suggested the Pierce said it was his county's zoning code. where central water is avail- around 100,000 pounds.
city and county form a joint recommendation the city The lots were platted in 1959 able. The minimu square foot- Schultz also discussed with Nipper showed regularly up for scheduled Tuesdaynight's Tlii KIMii. Math NltU' '
resolution to present to the would benefit from such an before the county adopted age now recommended for commissioners plans to revamp I
Department of Transportationciting Inter local agreement. zoning regulations, and were construction of a home with the boat ramp at meeting.'
the concern for public -Pierce advised the council platted to contain an average septic tank is one-third acre Hampton Lake.In Trail Rtstairant. \
safety with the delay in the easement for a right of of 8,000 to 9,000 square feet. ((14,520 square feet), O'Neal other business the Check File Box $3.50, Rubber .
reaching Bradford County way on Geiger Road was completed When the county's zoning commission accepted a deed Bands /4 lb. box $1.05. at The Hours 7 A.M. 10 P.M. Dally Including Sunday a .1'
I hospital for the installation of said.Courtney to Shop, 110 W. Call St.,
ordinance was adopted in agreed for 5.78 acres from ITT Office 301 N. 782.3819 Lawtey a '
Ruckman said a $220,000 gas lines. 1970, the area was zoned R1A replacing the remaining un- Rayonier as a donation to the 961-5704.
the highest residential classification sold lots in Unit 1 to a larger --- L .... L WI WI! '1 WI! ...
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requiring a minimumof size, but said he ,
HIGH SCHOOL DANCEAT 20,000 square feet. agreeable to the board to
Jack Courtney, of Jackson make them approximately I
ville an officer of Keystone 11,500 square feet instead of
NEW STARKE ARMORY Development of Bradford,' the full 14,520. The board delayed -
Inc., owners of Keystone Club a decision on this matter H
Saturday December 17 Estates,was given permission until a public hearing Is heldon \\TIGI&\Y\ !
Tuesday night to advertise for Courtney's request for re- : '
a public hearing on a changeof zoning.In .
9 p.m. To Midnight zoning for Unit 1 from R1Ato other action Tuesday ,
RIB which, under the night the petition of James W.
Refreshments present zoning code would Quiette was approved for I MERCHANDISE ON THIS PAGE GOOD IN ALL T.G.&Y. ;
Served By Music By "Kickback"Jr. permit'home construction. on rezoning 19V4 acres on Laura I VARIETY STORES & T.G.&Y. FAMILY CENTERS
7,500 feet. Church Road from R1C to
.Women's Club '200 Stag '3 Drag However square__1 it was pointed out Agricultural.JACKSON ;. .
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CHURCH ACTIVITIES FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH: After the business was LAWTEYby: Mrs. Danny Luke, M Mr. any Mrs.. Ed Turner, of laden with hors d'oeuvres of
.CHURCH OF GOD: Sunday Sunday School 9:45: a.m; transacted the meeting adjourned Heilbronn Springs Knoxville Tenn,, spent the every description carefully
School 10 a.m: Worship Worship Services 11 am. and The next meetingwill Elizabeth Terry Sunday dinner guest was of (tier 1a weekend with Mr. and Mrs. prepared by the ladies.
Services 11 a.m.Wednesday ; 7:30p.m; Training Union 6:30: be at the home of Mrs. Phone 782.3330LAURA'BAPTIST sister Miss Lynn Roger Eunice. All of them Everyone truly "ate drank
Prayer Meeting 7 p.m; Prayer Meeting on George Roberts Sr., on Dec. grandmother, Mrs. Nellie came and visited his parents.Mr. and was merry" enjoying
p.m; YPE Friday at 7 p.m. Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. ; Sunday family and relatives from Wilkinson and her aunt Mrs. and Mrs. Harold Euniceon several games good music,
EVERGREEN BAPTIST: .GRACE UNITED 20th.The Marriage of Brenda School 10 a.m; Worship Saturday night until Tuesday Daisy Boch. Sunday afternoon. exchanging gifts and perfect
Sunday School 10 a.m; METHODIST: Sunday School Jones Smith, daughter. of Mr. Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m; morning. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Camp Mrs. Ernest Hewitt companionship.We .
Worship Services 11 a.m. and 9:45a.m: ; Worship Services 11 and Mrs. D.A. Jones to GeorgeE. Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Vernon Teston of Little attended a Regional Christ- returned to her home in missed those who could
7 p.m; Training Union 6 p.m; a.m. and 7:30: p.m; Choir Seeley of Starke will take 7 p.m. Rock Ark., attended his mas Party for the Departmentof Tallahassee on Sunday after a not attend and wish all a very
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Practice at 7 p.m. and place at the church on Friday NORTHSIDE BAPTIST: Uncle Mr. Earl Teston's Offender Rehabilitation on visit with her parents Mr. and Merry Christmas and a Happy
7 p.m. Methodist Youth Fellowship Dec. 16th at 7:30 p.m. Friendsare Sunday School 10 a.m; funeral on Sunday afternoon.He Friday night at the Armory in Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. New Year.
FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH Wednesday at 730.: invited. Worship Services 11 a.m. and was an overnight guest of Starke. Mrs. Marvin Wood and Among your New Year's
: Radio Program on United Methodist Women 7 p.m; Prayer Meeting his parents Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Pringleof daughter Kathy. of Lakeland.spent Resolutions think about
WPXE 8 a.m. Sunday. Bible met at the church Tuesday HIGHLAND BAPTIST! Wednesday at 7 p.m. Lonnie Teston. Worthington Springs Thursday and Friday becoming active in YOUR fire
School 10 a.m; Worship Dec. 6th with Mrs. Geroge Sunday School 10 a.m; .ST. JOHNS MISSIONARY Mrs. Wordie Melton, and Tuesday with their sister.spent with their cousins. Col. and department. The communityneeds
Service 11 a.m. and 6:30: p.m; Roberts Sr., presiding and 12 Worship Services 11 a.m. and BAPTIST: Sunday School 10 son William Harris of Ocoee Mrs. Pierce Crews and niece. Mrs. William Wilson. the fire depart.
Prayer meeting Wednesday at ladies present. Mrs. Frank ; Prayer Meeting a.m; Worship Services 11 a.m. spent Friday to Monday with Mrs. W.F. Atwood. Miss Maybell Starling of ment..the fire department
6:30: p.m. Coss gave the Devotional. Wednesday at 7:30: p.m.PRINCE and 3 p.m. on second and her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Henry Glen St. Mary, visited Mr. and certainly NEEDS and WANTS
fourth Sundays. Prayer Band Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Teston. Hodges. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Mrs. Dobbs on Wednesday.Mrs. you. Don't sit back and let
!Monday at noon. While here they attended the Fish burn, and Mr. and Mrs. Wendie Smyth and someone else do the job for
I I I It SMYRNA: MISSIONARY funeral of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Thomas Padgett attended a daughter Elizabeth of )'ou--no one can take your
BAPTIST: Sunday School 10 Teston on Sunday. dinner given by Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville spent the place. How dreadful it would
a.m; Worship Services 11 a.m. Rev. and Mrs. Lloyd Kerseyof Jack Butler of Jacksonville at weekend with her parents be to have a fire and no one I
cb and 7 p.m; BTS 5:45: p.m; Jacksonville visited the Atlantic Beach on Friday Col. and Mrs. Wm Wilson. show up because they expected I
t, Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Teston families on Saturday.Mrs. night Dec. 9th. "someone else" to do
MATCHABELLI 7 p.m. Gara Dorman and Mrs. Marjorie Whetsel of FIRE DEPARTMENTThe it. May God bless you all. It
PERSONALS: Mrs. Ernest Pevy of Ocoee Keystone Heights and sister Fire Department would be an ideal situation if
PRESENTS Friends of Mrs. Selma Mrs. Leola Brown and Mrs. Robert Lee visited their Christmas Partyas there were never any need for
Eunice regret 16 learn that she daughter and Mr. and Mrs. father, G.L. Peterson at Saturday evening at the home the fire department. But unit!
CACHET is a patient in Bradford Maynard Brown and baby of Advent Christian Home at of Judy and Russell Miscally that time remember "the
County Hospital. Our prayersare Winter Haven attended the Dowling Park on Saturday With 19 guests attending the burden"is light w hen shared b\
with her.Edward funeral of Mr. Earl Teston on afternoon. gala group enjoyed a table many.
Teston of Guam Sunday p.m. Mr, and Mrs. Tommy
flew home for his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Terry Futch Harper and children and Senior Citizens_ I
A. CACHET GIFT SET Earl Teston's funeral. He and sons of Jacksonville their sister Mrs. Lisa Luther
visited Mrs. Earl Teston theNever Beach were Tuesday evening and children of Starke visited Our final meeting of this MacKay at our coalition
Touch-up cologne and dinner guests of their Mother their Grandmother, Mrs. Carl year leaves us pondering meeting on Sept. 20.
perfume ready to wrap for a Mrs. Joyce Futch at the homeof Prevatt on Sunday.Mrs. about the stockpile of A book "Foxfire( Four."
special lady. iy their Aunt Miss Elizabeth legislation hanging fire about the customs and
SOo Terry. Annie Mae Crews and concerning senior citizens, in lifestyle of the people of Appalachia .
r-- s. Lee Casey of Starke visitedhis MrjtMrs.Charles Starling and Washington D.C. The long Region has been
grandparents. Mr. and family went to Mission Road harrangues over the Panama placed in the local library in
.. CACHET GIFT SET Mrs. Fred Moore on Sunday Church at Palatka where he Canal and energy bills has memory of Karl E. Holst.
Cpchet, as Individual as you afternoon Dec. 4th. brought the messages for the pushed Social Security and Rev. Preston Perry of f
ar'I..Touch-up( spray mist B'I too Mrs. Joyce Futch of day.Mr. National Health Insurance off Hampton was hospitalized in
I and dusting powder. Blackshear Ga., attended the and Mrs. John C. Tye thecalander for this year and Bradford County Hospital. His
funeral of Mr. Earl Teston Jr., and family were supper possibly well into late springof condition is poor. Club
750c. Sunday afternoon and guests of their parents Mr. 1978. But the Life-Line Bill member Earl !Mills was also
early. remained over for a few days and Mrs. Jason Hilliard of which with winter fast approaching confined in the hospital and
CACHET GIFT SET with her sister,Miss Elizabeth Jacksonville on Saturday. needs Immediate has now returned home. We
I| Terry. Hank Mark and Sarah passage so that costs can be extend our prayers and fer
Contains cologne spray mists I Rev. and Mrs. Will Wright Hodges spent Friday evening cut on this winter's heating of vent hopes that both Earl and
and dusting powder.A and daughter Cheri, and Mrs. with their Grandmother Mrs. our homes for those of us on Preston will regain good
set any woman would love. r Sumter Harley were Friday Annie Mae Crews. Social Security. health soon.
goo dinner guests of Mrs. Essie Mr. and Mrs. O.B. Wigginsof Happy Birthdays were
Good driving habits become Sweat of White Springs. On Jacksonville were Sunday Paul Krieger secretary. Elinor Thurston Flossie
a part of you for a lifetime.So their way home they stoppedby dinner guests of their parents. treasurer of the North Florida Prescott Bill Richards
do bad habits. Learning and visited with Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Bennett Coalition of Senior Citizens Eloise Olin and Walter
proper Rules of the Road Mrs. Nelson Blocker and their Wilkison. was on the panel at a public Richardson. Also celebratedwas
C. now can develop your mother. Mrs. Blocker in Lake Mrs. Pam Talley and son hearing of Senior Citizens held the 41st Wedding An.
confidence behind (the I City. Miss Cheri Wright spent Chris of Jacksonville were at the city hall in Gainesvilleon niversary of Eloise and
wheel. Safe driving la a the weekend with Mrs. Essie Sunday dinner guests of her Nov. 22, called by Sen. Vernon Olin. Many happy
good habit. We have the Sweat in White Springs. They Mother, Mrs. John Tye Sr., Lawton Chiles of the Senate returns.A .
facts about safe driving planned to attend the and Mr and Mrs. John Tye Committee on Aging to ex pot-luck lunch will be held
auto insurance BlueGrass Festival at Stephen Jr., and children. plore issues of deep concern to at the Christmas meeting. We
Foster Memorial Center on Mr.and Mrs. Danny our nation's elderly. These will assemble at 11:30: a.m. on
JORDAN AGENCY Saturday.Mr. Thompson and sons of hearings have already been Dec. 13. Receptionist Eloise
AT and Mrs. Hermie Kelly Jacksonville, were Saturday held in six other states. Paul Olin will offer grade and a
STARKE visited their brother-in-law afternoon guests of their was asked to submit ten Christmas prayer. Each
/ "F x and sister Mr. and Mrs. A.P parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred copies of his talk to be used for member is expected to bring a
I 301 N. (ZjMZzZ) 9646237 Hallmen of Keystone Heightson Moore. further study by Sen. Chiles gift value $2.50. A unique
A. Saturday afturnoon. Cynthia Brown spent Friday and the Committee on Aging. game will be played during
DEDICATED SERVING YOUR Celeste Melton marched in and Saturday nights with her The Legislative Committeeof whichgifts will be exchanged.
I INTEREST the Lake Butler Middle School aunt, Mrs. Wyolene Day and the Bradford County Senior Christmas Carols will be sung,
Across From Pizza Hut Stsrke Band in the Christmas Paradein her cousin Keith. Mrs. Day Citizens Club will meet followed by our regular
Starke. and Keith came down and December 20 to discuss meeting and bingo.
....". Rev. and Mrs. Will Wright spent Sunday with her strategy in our approach to We wish at this time to
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I Celtics And Hawks Each Win Pair BHS Varsity Girls Lose Opener 5727It I

As Junior Boys Basketball OpensThe was a good first period but and hit only 3 of 16 foul shots. in the first period. Then we was scheduled to travel to St.
then the Bradford High girl's Betty Hudson grabbed 7 quit playing ball forcing Augustine for a 6 p.m. game
basketball team fell apart in a rebounds Judy Williams 5. passes and started making yesterday (Wednesday Dec.
Hawks and the Celtics first quarter the Hawks had a Statistics: Hawks: E. 57-27 smashing by HawthorneIn B. Hutchins led Hawthornewith mistakes" Coach McGriff 14). That ended the varsity
have each won two games three point advantage and Watkins 10-2-22 R. Jefferson the season opener Monday a game high 26 points. repeated. girl's play until! Jan. 6, after
since Junior Boys Basketballages pulled to a 20 point advantageat 3-0-6 B. Epps 2-1-5, L. Simmon night. Dickerson added 13. the Christmas holidays,' when
( 10-12) sponsored by the the half. Emmett Watkins 2-0-4, A. Miller 102. "We played them even in "We started out playing Upcoming! Garnet they are scheduled to travel to
Starke Recreation Depart made the difference for the Lakers: T. Pierce 5-0-10, B. the first quarter. We moved !good ball. We led three times The 0.1 varsity girl's five Palatka for an 8 p.m. game.
ment opened play last Hawks by scoring 40 points. Dyal 3-0-6 D. Slocum 3-0-6, R. the ball ,well," said Coach
Thursday Dec. 8. High scorer for the Nicks was Bellany 3-0-6 V. Culverson 204. Jerry McGriff. In the second -
Billy Aaron with 12 points. A. Patterson 1-0-2. period however the BHS THE GIFT OFKNOWLEDCE ien.: :.p aeN- I
The two teams will meet Statistics: Hawks: E. In the second game the girls committed 10 ball .- ...- taunt
each other for the first time at Watkins 19-2-40, T. Harrison 4- Celtics defeated the Nicks e handling mistakes turning .=::.":,:' 1

3:30: p.m. today (Thursday 1-9,B. Epps 4-0-8, R. Jefferson'' with a score of 62 42. The rr A? the ball over 10 times BHS ..... I II l'l"
Dec. 15)). 1-O-2, G. Tyson 1-0-2. Celtics took command of the began forcing passes and =.. ::: 'ge 1
In the first game the Celtics Nicks: B. Aaron 6-0-12, L. game in the first quarter 16-4, making mistakes. Coach ;".95 .:"! .. FM STEREO RADIO
defeated teh Lakers 56-30. In Long 4-0-8, J.Johnson 4-0-8, C. and continued to lead throughout McGriff said. 8-TRACK
the first quarter the game was Griffin 2-1-5 J. Francis 102. the game. Leading scorer PowerLol.lalror R<-.. 880.93 Sah $49.95CB ,
close with the Celtics ahead bya On Tuesday December 13, for the Celtics was Scot .
101.27 ..
score of 1310. In the second the Hawks and the Celtics Hudson with 34 points. For the Haw" 11 IS 11 ..S7 '... "'"i.. RrR. '51.9: .. ;; ..;.ie.. 1 j'j'i
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quarter the Celtics increased came out on top again. In the Nicks Larry Long led with 20 .BHS- Wadiworttl, 0.,.., Barnai J-0-4. .' ,,;. .H.95 0'' .
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the lead to 14 points. After first the Hawks 4.1| c
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that the Lakers attempt to defeated the Lakers 39-34 in a 0-00. Totals 12.2.27.H.wthorn. ;;!f:' "
even the score was unsuccessful. come from behind effort. The Statistics: Celtics: S. : ly > .. .- 5. Hutcnini 11-4-2. C. .......' .. I".."'!diJfl.'Jt'dl.fia al1' .- ;:
Leading scorer for the Lakers had an eight point Hudson 162.34, C. Norman- Mollandor Hutcnini ,.14-1,.., ,Notion Dlckorianll 1-0-, ,, e"'d'I' .
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Celtics was Scot Hudson with advantage over the Hawks 16, T Tyson 3-0-6, G. Smith 2- 0-2.Hopion,.0.-,Arn.tl Loa, Bock 000. .m .
30 points and for the Lakers, after the first quarter with a 0-4, T. Crosby 102. Totals" 30.5.$7Judy ,

DeWayne Slocum with 12 score of 10-2, and at halftime Nicks: L. Long 10-0-20, D. f ..t''' AMERICAN FAMILY SOUND RADIO CB iiI .l
points. held on to 7 advantage.In Chandler Janet Williams Williams led BHS with AIIIIo
point 7-0-14, B. Aaron 2-0- grabs a rebound (DOWNTOWN 8TARKE) --r--
the beginning of the fourth 4, J. Francis 2-0-4. in girl's varsity basket. 10 points. Frances Coltrane .Slido'Soeumy' Mount Lock'.PI.WII Mount...No ill. J Your QUALITY On Strip CB AND and SAVINGS Sl.r.o Shop t "
Statistics: Celtics: S. quarter the Lakers were ball action. added 9. BHS was 12 for 48 :w' '.. 10, Daconrwct,. Bum inK 964-7329 I. SPEAKERS
Hudson 28-2-30, C. Norman 7-1- ahead 28-23, but with a tough Next scheduled games are from the field, or 23 percent eyL'arE..Socuroy' 1/;\, LAY AWAY NOW : R_.. 12.93 Sato 16.9ft
15,T. Tyson 4-0-8, T. Crosby 1- defensive effort by the Hawks Thursday Dec. 15, with the tlt.95 Save 7.9S '
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02.Lakers: D. Slocum 6-0-12 B. the win. meeting at 3:30: p.m. to decide School Out Friday For HolidaysSchool I+ t. ,.4'. I
Dya14-o-8. V. Culverson 3-0-6, Leading scorer for the who will be in first place, and for -"h iiii i LOW. LOWSTOCK/ !) '
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M. Scott 1+2, R. Belwany 1-0- Hawks was Emmett Watkins the Nicks and the Lakers open t ; ; NEW a USE[)
with 22 points, and for the meeting at 4:15.: This will be week Christmas recess this county offices will reopen ,ir. .' ...' .
2.The until Friday afternoon. Dec. 16, andwon't Dec. 27 through Dec. 29, then \
Hawks defeated the Lakers Tom Pierce with 10 game '
reconvene until the new close until after the New Year I.
Nicks 6135. Again after the points. Tuesday January 3.
year.Teachers. and reopen again Jan. 2. 16..
will return to 'r'Q'
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Students will return to scheduled for Jan. 27, March

Nets, Rocket Take Opening Wins school Tuesday Jan.3.The 10 The, and Spring March Break 24. this year I.AKAYF.TIELSC,2 school administrative
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Nets and the Rockets Wednesday. December 14, and the Rockets. Games are' T lMed'169.95. Du,' Cover '
opened Small Fry Basketball with the first game beginningat played upstairs in the Old The GED Tests. '
(boys 7-9, girls 7-10)) as the 3:30: p.m. between the Nets Armory.This f ,
Starke Recreation Depart- and the Bullets. The second will be the last games Applications For The GED Tests Are .
ment league began Monday, game is scheduled to begin at until January 4, due to 1_ -
Dec. 12. 4:15 between the JazzKitchen's Christmas vacation. at -
: p.m. Being Taken At The Bradford-Union IVIMSU/ AM-FM 8-TRACK
In the first betweenthe -Stei'o M'r
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Nets and the Jazz, the Nets Area! Vocational Technical Center. .
won 2612. Several of the Jazz m
players were missing from the Tile Bows tSEORMOHII.E LAFAYETTE
game, so substitutes were The Deadline Is January 6, 1978. PACE 4 B 113 f Il MC O4 RECORD PLAYER '
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Nets got off to an eight point 38-6 In District Bid Call 964-6150 For Information 8.$295.00S.1 "7..95
lead in the first quarter and
continued to extend this lead Kitchen's Tile lost 38-6 to family and the resulting shifts EXAMINATIONS ARE SCHEDULED / alma S 1.5, I
throughout the game. Summer's Chevrolet of Lake caused players to be unfamiliar ph NEWLAFAYETTE
Leading scorer for the Nets City in a Dec. 3 district flag with their positions 9-12 From 1:00 P.M. -10:00: P.M. LR 9090
was Troy Portia with 12 football playoff in Gainesville. according to Steve Thomas. January NEW! LAFAYETTE: I1K-1 H AM,FM STEREO RECEIVER I .
points, with Simon Mitchell Randall McGee passed 10 Kitchen's Tile ended the 8-TRAK STEREO e II, M WATTS-MIHMON I f
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following close behind with 10. yards to Charlie Green for the local flag football season withan PLA'8" SYSTEM :2'i : i
For the Jazz, late-comer to the lone Kitchen's score. 11-1 record, their only loss. Salt.'9.95
game, Shaun Jackson was the Kitchen's drove Inside to Badcock Furniture. -- .
leading scorer with 6 points. Summer's 10 yard line five 1
Statistics times but could not score. Rolling Rock of Gainesvillewon i
..Nets: T. Portis 6-0-12 S. Errors in the defensive back-' the district tournamentand ,,14tJtA \
Mitchell 5-0-10, T. Morrow 1-0- field also hurt the Kitchen'sbid. will play in the state YES WE CAN
2, K. Morrow 1-0-2. Wayne Teston did not tournament in Fort Pierce .., i
Jazz S. Jackson 3-04 W. this weekend.
: play due to a death in his '
Shanks 2-0-4 N. Slocum 1-0-2. : beat the
The second game turned out .help you i

.to be.a close.Jjattie. between*,.""" I'
the'-Rockets;andthe Bullets,, .-.Nttggets Top CavlieYfeln: Opener 1.:4' ?t high cost of building t
with the Rockets edging out

\ the Bullets 1210. The Nuggets recorded a 49- game on Jan. 6, after the a new home.
In the first quarter, the 34 opening win as play began Christmas holidays. /It. --verage soon'-
I Rockets held a 2 point lead Monday, Dec. 12, in the Senior The Nuggets held a comfortable For over three decades, Jim Waller has been build
I and at the half extended this Boys Basketball League lead throughout the ing and financing home that families In all walks of
lead to 6 points. The Rockets sponsored by the Starke opening game Monday. Todd MaY life/ could afford. NOTHING HAS CHANGED! If you
I had a six point lead after the Recreation Department. Jackson paced Nugget scoring own property we can still) custom build a home for
third quarter with a score of The Warriors and Trial with 29 points. Don Portls led $78,000 m the you !for far !less than you would believe) possible. .
12-. The Bullets held the Blazers were scheduled to the Cavaliers with 30 points. Cost price of twice a+ f ast for far less than "average" prices being reported In "
I Rockets to a scoreless fourth play Wednesday at 5 p.m. \ The has jump d this newspapers, on television and radio. YES WE CAN!

I quarter and came very closeto Tomorrow (Friday Dec. 16) Statistics o( a \ypica\ u.t few Y,cars es Cuntnbob aintl.i ,, iahomecoldreachwttimmfve Let Y! show you! 1

pulling off a victory. at 3:30: p.m. the Cavaliers and ..Nuggets-T.Jackson 14-1-29, 'idriseinthepric We'll also show you that, by doing some or all of your
Leading scorer for the the Warriors will meet. At D.Thornton 4-0-8, A. McDuffle The m own inside finishing work, you can save more. .
Rockets was Wendell Shanks 4:30: p.m. the Nuggets will 3-04, K. Jones 3-04. American \C'ie\\ oC information waS guvernmci of mortgage .harp ,' much, much more. Here's how: Jim Walter will cue-
with 6 points. For the Bullets take on the Trail Blazers. ..Cavaliers-D. Portis 14-2-30. ,v inctcdib\e s\atl\ing \911 in periodreshwhichhas caused sina,1911.u torn build your new home to almost any stags.from
Catherine Simmon and After Friday, action will J. Sasser 1-0-2. J. Boewell 102. years "This catty\ Match for( all starts ;; ':y" the "shell" up to 90% complete We'll finish the out
LeMokio Chandler, both had 4 cease until the next scheduled 'a released in Join\ Center and the in housin6 ; side in every detail Including two coats of quality i.
points report by the University ecb decline i"g. paint. On the inside you tell us wh.reto stop...then
of Harvarl stitute of r M you and your family take over and finish the rest. Do
,Statistics JV Girls Go 32-15 By Hawthorne f Studies Massachusetts- ,, as much as you like...but the more Inside work you
Rockets: W.Shanks 3-04, A. do for yourself the more money you'll save. .I.

Williams 2-0-4, R. Brown 1-0-2. Opening a 12-0 first period Darley and Easley playedlast -1 Jim Walter offers INSTANT mortgage financing to .'
Bullets: L. Chandler 2-0-4, lead the Bradford High girl's year. Considering the qualified/ property owner* with no red tape no
C. Simmons 2-0-4 J. Melecio 1- junior varsity basketball team inexperience of the team. "third party" delay, and with payment you can af.
02.Next went on to win its opening Coach Jerry: McGriff said he pIlp ford. Your friendly Jim Walter representative will
scheduled games are game of the season Monday was "definitely pleased with ( handle all of the details for you and you'll know I
Dec. 12, going 32-15 by the first game." # exactly what your monthly mortgage payment will be I
Hawthorne in the BHS gym. Guard Janet Williams before construction begin

AcquitsFSP Sandra Darley led the BUS played a good game for BHS < .:; home j
Jury uf: YES WE CAN! Even though new prices continue
five with 10 and 10 Coach McGriff said. Williamsis '
points rebounds .
viv to spiral upward Jim Walter can help you beat
.Jeanette Easley had 6 small but quick. the high cost of building. Let u* show you how '
GuardA points.Teresa Woody grabbed BUS worked: the basketball !s. '.' today! I
8 rebounds.For inside well, shooting from 7 or s y I
five of the BHS girls itSHI 8 feet out most of the time. -

Bradford circuit Only 10 shots were from more
court jury deliberated County only 20 '11111.11Haw > 415 than 10 feet from the basket t

minutes Tuesday, Dec. 13, be- ..BHSi William t-M. Holllt I-!.. McGriff said. tI
Woody "The junior played 6tl
fore aquitting Joseph Glen I,Inlay. 114,Oaruy. 50-10. Totals 12.4n team basketball varsity; said tI I
Edwerds of a charge of intro- .
into Florida ..Hiwttwrnat Walden.-.... Atklnun S0 McGriff "which is what the
State ducing Prison.a pistol C.r.y...... Bannatt.-... DavIS .-.. varsity didn't do." I

Edwerds, who was !I..Lock Tot.ISIS.IS.was 1-0-1 Arnan. HO, Buncamba I.a. BUS was 6 for 6 from the'
suspended from his job. was free throw line and 13 and 38-
accused of carrying a .22 their first game ever. from the field, a 35 percent' V
caliber derringer into FSP Only two of the JV girls. performance.

and passing it to inmate rutsMichigan Svle
George Natwick. Natwick lit GREAT -'- I
now an Inmate at the LA Ker '
Reception and Medical Centerin Ir I .
Lake Butler, claimed he ,
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gave in the gun. .-. : I ...... l'

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pointing out his long criminal A COMPLETE LINE property..with payments you can afford. Cell ew visit' We I I
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Forest Shades Cagers 49-44 In 4th Period Comeback: Win I

g Leading until midway the U on 6 of 12 charity shots.i>wrest Upcoming Games the weekend) Clay' High The Tornadoes will participate
fourth period.Tornado cagers sunk 11 of 19. The Tornado cagers will tomorrow (Friday,Dec. 15)) at in ,a Christmas
were shaded 49-44 by Ocala The win left Forest 1-1. The travel to Green Cove Springsto 8 p.m. The junior varsity tournament at Trenton then
Forest after playmaker loss left BUS 12. meet undefeated (through plays at 6:30: both nights. resume regular action Jan. 3.
Kenny Hampton fouled out
''P with 6:20: left in the game. ar, : c"E ""r r E E II

When Hampton fouled it
took much of the Tornadoes'ball
handling and play making *
f ability away, allowing the fcS
much taller Wildcats to
= 9+ } dominate the game.
1 6-6 Tyrone Young led all

points.scorers in Three the game other with Forest 17 1' I IrK 9. }Christmas ]Buffet

cagers were also in double
figures-Roberts added 11 I 11 A.M. Till 4 P.M.
points; Eugene Leavengoodand aaI r%

Three Pernell Tornadoes Condey were 10 each.In r:: ?
double figures. Duane Steamship

i Cummings led with 13 points CARVED BY OUR CHEF -

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v I out.BHS Hampton 10 before he fouled

shot a poor 33 percent tr'I

hitting tempts.19 Forest of 57 field shot goal 56 per at $3 50 Children Under

d cent, hitting 19 of 34 attempts.BHS I Per Person 10 Half Price

was again beaten at the
free throw line,Coach Warney v @
Adkinson pointed out. BHS hit .p II. .

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BUS big man David Walker drives for the basket against ,a layup against Ocala Forest.
Ocala Forest. BUS chances for a winning season rest on whether
the 6-5 big man comes1 through with some aggressive play says J
Coach Warney Adkinson. BUS needs' Walker's height for Inside U.S.D.A. GRADE AYOUNG
shooting and rebounding ability.Walker has "all the potential"in FAMOUS BRANDS
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main problem his
team faced hold their heads high. "I am
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his players we could never have
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"The defense played as well done as well as we did if itwasn't PLAIN OR SELF RISING HALF GALLON 9oz TUBE
as it could, but they were juston for our great team .
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said "We faced a very strong Thomas said he wantedto '- .
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offense away from us," he the support they have given outside. The little playmakeris ,
the team this .
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Thomas rated Blountstownas support meant a lot to us this court. usually scoring In'' -
the best team he had year." double figures.o4e. _.
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.. December 15,1977 TELEGRAPH Page 9A

ttJ: [ ;' Baby Tornado Comeback Falls I

mue Just Short In 55-51 Cage: LossA j

.J i strong fourth period points 33-48, at tow etui of the from the free throw line, 6, Ilollis 5, and Dwayne McBride -
., comeback fell two points third period. making 7 of 15 shots. and Philip Sawyer one
''The / shy as the lust varsity Then BUS started pressing Ilollis led BUS scoring with each.
most popular Santasgivea he basketballers Bradford The Baby Tornadoes got some 16 points. Ed Hamilton and
F High were edged 55.51 by steals. Coa4f' Hancock Curtis Shell each had 10 Upcoming Games
Ocala Forest here last especially mentioned the points. Coleman led all After a week's lay-off, since
Suzuki. Thursday night Dec. 8. hustle and hard work show by
IHS 101110 nsiOf last Thursday, the junior
Fred Ilollis and Frazier
10 17 21 back, (into
ThlsChrlMmai. varsity cagers get
you can be big hero
a ,
"It The JV is 0-3 after last ,
without pulling a big dent In your wallet. was a two point game Sale 1-0-4 Hamilton 5-0-10? action tomorrow night
Just give your youngster a link Sunlkl. t until Forest threw one in with Thursday. Forest was 1-1. Miller Z'I", Hollli .Z.16., Shell 10-10, (Friday, Dec. 15)) when they
Al our place,you'll And loll Sawyer 1-0-1. Total" 11-7-11.
ol safe
two seconds
to said .
go .
Illlle Suzuki fiin-hlkp For il Col m n 10-7-17 Lewis 3-1-0, travel to Green Cove Springsto
>lo please kldinnd
budirl| .Trail blkrs.Dirt Bradford Coach Bob Hancock. BUS shot 39.9 percent from Winer 1-1-4, Lawson)-0'. Colllnt 1-1.J, take on the Baby Blue
\ 1 bike.On/oh-roml blkn.Even a "We came back and almost the field with 22 field goals out Tailor 1-0-1. Total" ll-ll-is. Devils. Saturday Dec. 16 at
1 1 1 guy tiny JH-SO In your mini-bike family. lorlhnl little took the gams," the coach of 56 shots. "You can't beat scorers getting 21 points for 6:30: p.m. the JV will host
added.It "
+ that, said Hancock, pointingout Forest.
y le you're looking at these t Gainesville Buchholz here in
\ small bike,take a look at our big 'ate ,h :, rr was 10-10 after the first BUS has out-scored the Hamilton led BUS in Starke. The JV will then be
1 Suzuki Who bikes knows, period. BUS was down 23.27 at last two opponents from the rebounding with 13. Bass had idle until after the Christmas
.( Santa into you pulling might one talk under j Sk the half, and was behind K field. BUS was just 46 percent 11.Curtis Shell 7, Kevin Miller holidays.
y; the tree for you.

E x $UZUKIIi. : k1r BHS Wrestlers Beat Baker 36-27 \II

... ., .
Sophomore Alan Scott drove -- ,. reported "perfectly all right"by
his opponent across the mat Athletic Director David
and pinned the big Wildcat Hurse. Slocum will probably s
from Baker High to clinch a he westling again next week. I
36-27 wrestling win Monday Hurse said. I
afternoon, Dec. 12, for Brad "Jill -Anthony Bright, 134 pound
I ford High. W class, won 70. 'I.

,:' Henry Pete 157 pound '
Strong man Kenneth class,won by a poin at 1:32 in '
I Cruger, wrestling In the 185 \ the first round.
pound weight class, used just Losing by a pin to Baker
36 seconds of the first round to .\ opponents were Danny
i ,t pin his Wildcat opponent and "1. Nugent 100 pound class:
SUZUKI .., .". "..,., bring the Tornado matmen -- Richard Milner, 140 pound ,
from 24-27 down to a 30-27 '" : class David Baldwin in the '
Frailer Bass buckets a layup he drove in for the Tornadoes ., .
US 301 South STARKE lead. Then it was up to the big ...... 147 pound class, and Tommy
964.6020 against Ocala Forest. The Bradford Junior varsity five is 0-3 but ; .
to at least Green. 169 class.
sophomore protect pound Lynn 1
has been providing hot competition for each opponent.AGAR'S .
Davis lost 12.13 in the 144
.. '' pound class.

-' The varsity wrestlers will ,
.. compete in the Orange Park .
FOOD : ) Christmas Tournament this
...J-: : Friday and Saturday Dec. 16 I

A rd :CkRh; ':.. ... /:,!, : and 17.The I
I ; : .
; first round starts at 10
1 m" :
I tiw > d ,
.n : a.m. Friday. With.16 teams_in
.4. 4OFAIR' the tournament, there will be
four rounds in each weight !
Alan Scott 221 pound sophomore,pins his opponent to clinch a class. ,
36-27 Bradford win over Baker High here Monday afternoon. It The Orange Park tourna-
is the second straight win for the Bradford sophomore ho has ment is the toughest competition
;;;: come through for two "must" wins. from the middle part of
.J I ;i the state northward, says
t I that lead by not getting beatenby Coach Joe Kielbasa. "Baker Coach Kielbasa but Bradford
more than three points.It always had very strong, High has some experienced r
,9tt U.S. NO. 1 IDAHO HOMESTYLE OR 1IYt was not hard to tell that aggressive wrestlers." Baker individuals who can do very ;

"Fat Albert," as his team- High has only been wrestling well.The .
BONELESS BAKING SANDWICHHAMS mates call Allan Is a BHS footballer for the past two yaers, but coach referred to five f
when he simply loweredhis have Improved tremendously, three year veterans: Allan ,
3LBI head and drove his 205 Kielbasa added. Montgomery, Martin Slocum +
CAN POTATOES B EAD pound opponent off his feet Wrestlers also contributing Anthony Bright Henry Pete ;
and pinned him at 1:10: into the points to the Baker match and Kenneth Cruger. Bobby
10 LB BAG 16oz LOAF first round. The pin by Allan Smith would have a chance to
9 9 got BHS six points and clin- wereTroy Eli, 107 pound class place in the tournament but
ched a 36-27 win. won by a pin in one minute. the 220 pound veteran wrestleris
$4 The Bradford high wrestlersare -Allen Montgomery, 121 sidelined for two weeks witha
5lBargains 3-0 to date. They opened pound class, won 7-0. pulled ligament in his back.
with a 65.6 win over Inter- -Mark Slocum 128 pound After the Christmas tournament
"5 LB CAN... $7.99 lachen. Last Friday they went class,won by default when his the wrestlers will be idle
I 33-25 by Buchholz of Gaines- opponent was disqualified for until after the holidays. Theyare

.. vine then added the win overa an improper throw Slocumwas scheduled to wrestle at
.u HIM MO root Imo hill etc u tssu au w. u lug au"uy own wills.
in Meat 0/ wnwr7.anlr.U strong Baker team Monday. knocked cold in the fall, Bishop Kenny in Jacksonvilleon
0 PANTRY 1amE "Macclenny Is a pretty was taken to the hospital to be Jan. 2. On Jan. 5 BHS will
DELI DEPARTMENT SOURCOMPARE strong team," says Tornado checked, but Wednesday was host Eastside of Gainesville.
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Page I2A TELEGRAPH December 15,19771W4&iJ

".4.- .1'tr'1.4 ; t An Editorial UFO's Nothing New
.. '1'" Letters
iT'. 7., !' .

.', '\,' ; j with 'Startling Sky Wonder' Reported All-SportlClub

''--'\"",=", :,.;.. .,\:. Photographs In Clay Hill Section 63 Years Ago Shows TangibleInterest In Youth

.' ., ..... To:
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.r ;.1\r;, t1.,! ... : "..R -_ .- ._. ._-- .- --- Bradford All interested people via the.
With the release to movie a circle of about. 60 feet in County Telegraph.We

theatres of the new film, Strap your seat diameter the members of the All

"Close Encounters of The belt we're ready'to j "It, is supposed that the Sports Club encourage and
invite to join with in the
Third Kind there is bound to of those of you us
aeroplane was one
4 $ be an upsurge of conversation support of all athletes at
the Pensacola station, on a
landl I
concerning UFO's (uniden- Bradford High.
journey to the East Coast. So
tified flying objects) and tar as Known, this is the first Let us tell you a little aboutour
perhaps some sightings, realor time such a machine has group:
imagined of mysterious Starke.
flying saucers (with or visited We sponsor any sport a boy

without little green men), who By 1918 residents of Starke or girl chooses to participate
may or may not land on definitely knew an airplane in at school Whatever sport

Mother Earth.It VJ when they saw one, but they the participating youth may
choose will
help to build a
might come as a surpriseto were still rare enough to ratea strong and positive outlook for
most readers to learn that vV story on the front page when now and in later life. i
the first local sighting of a one was sited overhead.
UFO (though not called by the This from 3, 1918 Most people know we work
name then) took place at Clay issue of The Telegraph: for football and basketball,

Hill, north of Highland, in AIRPLANE PASSED NEAR '- two extremely popular sports
1914, STARKE LAST FRIDAY well attended and evoking
great interest. In addition,
In its August 14 issue of that Five or six years ago The however, we help and support
year The Telegraph carried L Telegraph ventured the each and every athletic and
this puzzling item in its "Clay eo, c C- prediction that within a few competatlve sport at the
'i w+ l it j Hill News" column: years we would see airplanes school
passing over Starke with
"A startling sky wonder." "Mr. Chase lives just could not clearly be made out, passengers bound from the Our club is totally self-
What the deuce is it? the North winter supporting with all monies
beyond northwesterncorner but Mr. Chase was sure it was to resorts in
"East of Mr. Hudson's northof of Starke. He is an an aeroplane."The South Florida. This has not earned being used by the high

Mr. Lang's, west of Mr. early riser, and Wednesday happened yet,' but on last school Athletic Dept. The
Strickland's, and south of Mr. morning he got up at 4 o'clock machine was probably Friday afternoon the first Athletic Dept receives some
Taylor's, appears to be a He went out to get some wood, less than a quarter of a mile plane to fly near Starke made financial assistance from the
marvelous light at times. It when he heard a strange above the earth and moved at the trip from Jacksonville to local School Board. We try to

seems as if it's riding in four. purring noise as from an a not very rapid speed in a Gainesville, covering the provide the things not funded
wheeled chariots over rigid automobile. The noise was southeasterly direction. The distance in 50 minutes The such as jackets sweaters,
potato beds, westward bound, overhead, and, looking up, he light was a searchlight and retucn trip was made later in awards and banquets. We also
until at last it takes a smooth, saw a bright light emanating was directed toward the the afternoon in a like time. ditions help to for provide the better con
from an object whose shape ground, brightly! illuminating participatingathlete
straight flight Into the far The plane passed over such as the dugoutsfor

west. Kingsley Lake on a southwesterly the baseball diamond.All .

"Now and then one it'sa course and was seen
by only a few persons in Sports Club participation -
star, another an airship,
Starke. It was seen by a is tangible evidence to our
County Agents
another a Jack-o-Lantern The By
number of persons living east young people of our interestand
writer doc not know what it
is. if anyone else does, pleasetell Notebook Bobby i of town. activities support stimulate us parents.for every Sport

us. UFO's or not Dr. Hynek student taking part the valueof

"If anyone wishes to see it, Taylor /i iI feels there may be selfdisciplme, confidence,
in weeks there has been look civilizations "out there" very acceptance, physical fitness
This is an editorial, told more with But recent just into the west-or at I
much advanced than
pictures than with words. evidence of malicious mischief that surpasses least from this place towardsthe "Heaven knows what our enjoyment and learning to get
own. along with and their
west, at about 8 o'clock at
all that has gone before. For and don't know what the percent above 1976-77. Thus, they know that we don't," peers
Nothing but a picture can adequately whatever "pleasure" they may derive and night; then, if you"know outcome will be from our lower fertilizer prices should UFO expert says. "But undoubtedly -
can, tell
portray the thoughtless cruelty of those, from it, some unknown persons have please us. farmer demonstration and prevail in the coming crop out in another solar To be a member we ask a
who for no purpose other than meaning. been tombstones So far as is known, no one strikes. I hope they will be year. Phosphate supplies are system there are creatures membership donation of $10
less vandalism, desecrate the graves of toppling over some ever looked into the west and peaceable and will get the adequate, and slack demand right now discussing whether per family, per year; an In-
weighing 500 pounds or more in the attention of those who could also result there life Earth
offered an explanation of what can act in lower is on vestment in our young people.
who doubtless
those contributed
more to of the What to solve the farmers
part cemetery. possible this strange flying object economic phosphate supplies. Potash
society and the building of the com- pleasure this childish behaviour can might be. At any rate, it was problems without hurting the supplies hinge primarily on Perhaps we will Find out for From:
munity than the vandals will do in a life afford a so-called "civilized" person is presumably the first food consumer. Canada which produces about sure by the time The The Bradford High
of destruction. "unidentified 70 percent of the potash Telegraph publishes its first All Club
time flying object" to Sports
hard to imagine but it is easy to appear in this area. The situation is bad when consumed in the U.S. Supplies issue in the year 2077.Holiday.

Several years ago three local churches imagine the heartache and grief experienced farmers feel such activitiesare appear adequate and potash

joined in organizing the Bradford by those who see the gravesof And the sky-watching necessary.much Most farmersare tending prices should not advance in Warning from FHP I

County Cemetery Association for the their loved ones thus desecrated. citizens of Clay Hill were not their fields and happier livestock than the coming year. circumstances. Bear in mind
alone in their sightings, realor Anticipating a full round of
of and they are trying to influence Pesticide that these figures represent
purpose improving maintainingthe imagined. According to J. prices were parties the Florida
largest and perhaps oldest cemeteryin Such vandalism cannot be excused by Allen Hynek, one time UFO government action or social or steady to lower this year, but holiday Highway Patrol today warned only those cases where the

the county. Hundreds of persons gaveto attributing it to prankish children be- consultant with the U.S. Air economic changes.No may increase during the would-be drinking drivers that certain investigating the driver officer had been was
most of the stones overturned Force, some 15 million coming year. Supplies are their chances of Involved
cause are being -
a fund to provide continuing care, and matter what happens, adequate, but dealers drinking. There are many
far too heavy to be pushed over by Americans, about 1 per cent most farmers still have to many in a fatal accident
the cemetery trustees have contributedmany } have worked off their excessive instances when it is not
the adult
of population, could double after that first
hours of unpaid time to this effort. children or early teenagers. It would require they have seen an "uniden- make some important inventories, and are "double." evident that the driver was
the strength of adults or nearly tified flying object." decisions about next year'sproduction expected to resist downside "In 1976 drinking made drinking," said ,. Colonel

Results are now apparent, with a mature youths to handle these concrete following outlook programs.for 1978. The by price movement.The 8.5 percent of the contributingcauses up Eldrtge Beach, director.of the
The new movie, "Close Patrol. .
clean and attractive
cemetery standing slabs. Dr. John Holt of and was the third most
Encounters, is receiving one our nation is presently The figures indicate that
today where weeds and underbrushonce unprecedented publicity and Extension Economists on the awash in loanable funds, and important single factor listed drinking drivers tend to be
in a generally neglected area. cost of production inputs abundant for all types of accidents. involved in the serious
grew Near the area where most of the fallen suddenly sober, educated money supplies the more
and should be good information to should hold Even more striking are accidents and according to
stones are found there is evidence of a highly respected through most of for fatal accidents ,
But some persons apparently do not Americans are talking about consider as 1978 plans are next year. Hence interest statistics Beach, some special studies
appreciate this effort. Instead of contributing large campfire being built, with beer unidentified flying objects and made and implemented. rates to farmers should where drinking was the have shown that at least halfof

their money or their time in the bottles and whiskey bottles strewn creatures from other planetsin Generally weaker farm remain below 9 percent over leading factor, making up 21.9 all fatal accidents involve a
of the
around the area. Whether there is any the most serious terms. the coming year..miliiji percent drinking driver.
incomes will
interest of a more beautiful cemetery, moderate
they out of their to destroy or connection between the campfire"party" demand for Intermediate and -
go way But the actual theory of
the efforts of and the toppled stones is not long-term capital items suchas
multilate others. It is "close encounters" with such
known, but it is highly likely. is not an inventionof machinery and buildings.
inconceivable that there are those who phenomena
Demand for items such as fuel FORESTRY
would stoop so low but such, unfortunately the moviemakers. Dr. and fertilizer should also be IN BRADFORD COUNTY by Richard Schroeder 1
Members of the Cemetery Associationare Hynek, who is founder-
is the case. softer, but will remain
of the Center forUFO's.
asking the public to report the originally conceivedthe stronger than for longer term

Ever since the improvement work presence of any suspicious looking theory as part of his capital items. -

began, there have been instances of persons in the cemetery area to the scientific research. Input supplies are generally ..It's time to think about decorations they added round stand it in water. According to

flowers and shrubbery being stolen from abundant, with the possibly Christmas trees. One of our wafers which signified the treegrowers, the average
sheriffs office if the intruders seem to NASA is now setting a oldest customs once again Sacred I Host-the fruits of
gravesites, trash and beer cans being up exception of ammonium freeholder does not have a
be "up to no good" and behaving in an committee to study reports of nitrate and urea which are comes into our homes, to give redemption.The large enough receptacle for
strewn over the grounds, cars being unseemly manner. It has taken a lot of such sightings during the past inadequate supply now, but us a little more holiday spirit. water (la six foot Christmas

driven over sodded areas, creating un- money, planning, and effort to get decade, and the French which could be affected by a wafers on the Christ- tree uses a pint of water per
sightly ruts, horseback riding over the government already has a severe winter which broughton Christmas trees are an baum (as the tree is called in day). They suggest that the
grounds, and even baseball games and Crosby Lake Cemetery in its present similar organization. restrictions of natural gas outgrowth of traditions Germany) were replaced by best tree holder is a large

other sports being played in the open presentable condition. Vandals who Privately financed teamsare supplies to fertilizer surrounding trees, brought to cookies, of various shapes and bucket or five-gallon can filled
America from Northern sizes flowers, bells,
Natural ; angles, with and then with
producers. gas gravel
would what has been done for
The philosophy of these intruders destroy going after UFO's even
areas. deliveries are expected to be Europe. One of the oldest etc. Before long the tree was water.
seems to be, "What's a cemetery for, if the sake of pure vandalism should be more aggressively. In slightly less than last year. legends about trees was that decorated with the only sourceof
not to have fun in?" dealt with in the manner they deserve. Phoenix, Ariz the Ground However, no major business of Yggdrasil, or the Norse light at the timecandles.And Cut the bottom of the tree at
Saucer Watch group is using disruptions are expected, but World Tree. This was a giant the modern Christmastree an angle, and smash the end
computers to analyze photosof take with a hammer or chop with a
price increases may run near tree with its roots in hell and began to shape.
alleged UFO's, and in 10 percent for natural and LP its crown in the heavens hatchet to crush fibers. Then
Austin Texas, Project where the stars were hung The Christmas tree was use the following recipe for a
r Starlight International has gas. from its branches. introduced into royalty watering solution:
Farmers Aroused
devised a computerized
1841 when Prince
Price hikes of 5 to 10 percent water
1 gallon
tracking system to monitor may also occur in diesel and The actual Christmas Tree Albert influenced by the
any UFO's that might appearin gasoline prices, but suppliesare had its beginnings on the German custom had a tree 4 teaspoons chlorinated
the evening sky, expected to be adequatefor border of the Rhine in Western set up at Windsor Castle for household bleach

I Since these lines are being written be. and is taking hold in the area. A huge Dr. Hynek says that UFO's agricultural operations. Germany The during live the 15th his English children's royalty entertaiment.had set a 2 cups of lite karo or a
Century. green green
fore the extent of Wednesday's highly mass meeting was held Monday night in may the be psychic"aliens"phenomenaand Electricity prices are also tree played a major role in trend for the rest of societyas homemade simple syrup
"farmers' strike" and Ellisville, a settlement in Columbia may about Adam ( often did) and
publicized the come from outer but likely to climb 5 to 10 percent medieval plays they in no 4 tablespoons micronizediron
accompanying demonstrations is County, and attracted many farmers from a "parallel reality space" He higher than last year, but here and Eve, presented during time the practice spread, first plant preservative

known, it is impossible to predict resultsof from Bradford, Union, Alachua and explains, "I will speculatethat too, supplies are expected to Advent, the four weeks throughout England and then available at most nursery andgarden
Christmas. The sin to the United States.
these efforts in behalf of the farmer's other nearby counties. Effective a very advanced be adequate. of preceding Adam and Eve was centers

plight.As methods were discussed for rallying civilization might know when Eve Today Christmas trees are
The men are being depicted gave This will help to keep the
something about the
public opinion behind the farmers' fight con Adam the which she big business. Americans used
nection between mind and separated from the boys 35 million Christmastrees tree green and fresh longer,
we understand it, the farmers are for 100 per cent parity or at least a matter that we don't But I among machinery dealers plucked from the Paradise over last year, valued at over and will also maintain a

not seeking "higher wages" and "fringe supported price that will assure them a won't give theories because Idon't because lor of farm reduction in Tree, an evergreen tree which The $210 million. This does not higher moisture level in the
machineryas symbolized
demand leaves and reduce the fire
benefits" fair return their investment of time know what to believe at include all of the business
but simply a "better shake" in on a result of low farm Incomes live fir tree, hung with apples hazard.
this time.
the economic market that will bring and money. this year. Whole sale and representing the Gardenof generated by tree ornaments,
them a reasonable return on their in- But the Clay Hill sighting in prices to dealers have not Eden, was the only prop on accessories or even the salesof Position the tree away from
The term parity means a price havingthe and naturally it attracted artificial trees. heating vents, and far from
vestment and labor, and enable them to 1904 wasn't the last strange decreased and are not expected stage,
same relation to a farmer's costs as it object to be seen in the sky to thus prices paid by the attention of the The of the fireplace. Avoid placing it
tree that is
in the business of type
stay raising thenation's did in the good economic era from 1910to over Starke. Two years later, farmers for machinery may spectators, especially the available depends upon the in a high-traffic area; people
food supply. 1914. Under today's conditions, parityfor in Its issue of January 21, 1916 not decline.' However, dealers children. location. The number one walking by it may catch their
it and it
wheat would be about $5 a bushel The Telegraph carried a story will be offering favorable When the plays were banned selling tree in the U.S. is clothing black escape on in, the event may of
about and lenient finan-
There is no doubt that the farmers a "bright light'emanating trade-ins
Scotch Pine
during the Reformation, currently a
twice much the actual current fire. Dark comers are betterfor
as as from that'could
an in order to their
object move
mean business, and are aroused to the cing people then set their live fir European species. In the Christmas trees than being
extent that they' feel they must resort to market price.Although out." not clearly be made inventory. trees up in their homes, using northern part of the country exposed to direct sunlight.
Fertilizer prospects are a them to convey the message of Balsam Fir and Douglas Fir
these to the
nation'sattention better of
measures gain
a parity might
The story follows: bright spot for famers in the Adam and Eve to their are used. Other major typesare Keep in mind that as trees
and bring their plight into the mean slightly higher costs on some foods "E. Frank Chase is coming year. Overall, children. The apples which Black Spruce, Red Pine, dry out they become more and
public eye.Farmers. for the consumer, it should be in the best authority of the following nitrogen supplies should be represented Adam s fall were and Eastern Red Cedar. more flamable. Don't leave

interest of the public to protect the small piece of news: up, perhaps by as much as 7 the sign of sin.To these simple ornamental lights on over
Many people are unsure
who are traditionally independent farmer rather than see him squeezedout how to make the most of a night, and don't of place flame candlesor

and hard to organize into any of the economic picture. If all or most sQRi COGN Christmas tree. Here are a tree.any type open near

unified effort, are now sufficiently of the little farmers of the nation go into TYtM few suggestions; :

aroused to make themselves heard bankruptcy and the business of 4 presets Buy the tree early. If you Christmas trees are one of

through a hastily organized medium producing our food falls into the hands ofa 4 wait till the last minute to get our most cherished traditions.
Take the time and to
care get
called the American Agriculture Move. few conglomerates, we may be sure ; your tree to be, it probably fresher. As Isn'tgoing one and decorate it, and it will

men, Starting in Colorado, the protesters that the cost of food will soar to heights'never OC/ tars C matter of fact any it may be the a make your Christmas a little
have been spreading the word, experienced before. r/0N/ Publishers worse for wear, having stayedin brighter.
getting their tractors off the farm and the sun with no water for a
into the streets and highways in order to Fanners stress the point that they are Published each Thursday avid entered as lecortd tlasa Matter at the Port Office at Starlo, Ca.| under longer time. Also, you are
Actof March 3, 1879 more likely to find what you 1J [
dramatize their not for "handouts"they :
cause. fighting government Subscription rate In trade area: $7 per year: $4 dx months. want by shopping early.
are fighting for survival. Unless Outside trade area: *8 per year:94 50 six months.

The movement has now reached they win this fight, we may all be in the Phone 964 6305 Starka' Fla. After buying, place the tree In people torn parts of the Orient

Florida, as well as the other 49 states soup with them, in the years to come. in a cool moist place, and, married to.were tree occasionally


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tgrap 11 Society &dilor, 964.7608 December 15.1977 -Youngsters- will enjoy --- the Christmas of the lovliest season affairs was the ol ,

I I havfng "Breakfast With
Santa Saturday morning at Open House and Tour ol
9:30: p.m. put on by the Junior Homes given Sunday afternoon
the Woman's Club ol .
Woman's Club at the club by
Strawberries Tht SU til Heaven ;]Jodal WJI house. Starke.

Mothers are also welcome The club house where Open
to attend. t House was held preceding theTour .
.. .. was gayly decoratedwith
Tickets t $.75 may be pur-
I Terwllleg chased for the Pancake arrangements of holly
Anne r, Herbert Nelson, Jr. Wed Dec. 10. Wainwright Breakfast at the door or $1.50 0 magnolia leaves poinsettias.

Anne Terwillegar and She carried a nosegay of miniature Heights.The in advance by contacting Mrs. gayly decorated seasonal Christmastree i

Herbert A. Nelson, Jr. were red roses, baby's breath bride's table was GetTogetherMr. Robert Autry, 964-6788 or Mrs and and Christmas decorations.The greenery.
united in marriage Saturday and Maxle Norton 5332000.
holly. covered with an ivory lace
table covered
Dec. 10,at4 .m. in St. Mark's and Mrs. Donald Wainwright was
p Mr. Nelson attended his son cloth and centered with a five lace and cutwork .
Episcopal Church, Starke, as best man tiered wedding cake gave a dinner party Junior Club Has with an cloth imported white linen
with Rev. John Flynn Vases hoed Saturday Dec. 10, for his over
per- of white gladioli and with bride's roses and and centered with artistic
forming the ceremony.The chrysanthemums were Five branched silver candle- mother at Mrs. Irene Wain- mixed an .
Christmas of
bride is the daughter of on the altar and were flanked abras centered with wright's annual family Christmas PartyThe arrangement, and carnations
Mrs. Cecelia Truluck Ter- by candleabras with burning epergnettes filled with roses gettogether.Those pom poms chrysan-
shades in :
themums in pastel a Mr. and !Mrs. James Page
willegar and Clyde B. Ter white tapers and holly were placed on attending were Mrs. Robert silver bowl. At end of the
Autry home in one
willegar of Starke. The groomis Mrs. George Canova, either side of the cake. Newnan Crews Wainwright, Country Club silver bowl
the son of Herbert Mr. and Mrs. Norris C. Wain- Estates was table was a punch Miss Chastain,
organist, provided nuptial Arrangements of poinsettias -
gayly decorated Garden
in the Christ- EmployeesHave and at the other end was
Nelson, Sr. and the late Mrs. music.A and greenery high- wright of Ocala, Mr. and Mrs. mas theme for
; Nelson of Keystone Heights.The reception was held at theLlon's lighted points of interest in the Allan B. Wainwright, Sr., Mr.: Junior Woman's Club the Christ-annual coffee spiced tea.service Past presidents holding hot of James Page
bride and Mrs. James Richardson, Xmas Party
given in Club in Keystone club house.
mas dinner intervalsat
and the club at
Christa and John of party Wed
marriage by her father, worea Quincey Saturday Dec. 2
night. both
gown of ivory Qiana in an Koch's Employees Have Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. services.
Employees of the Garden
empire silhouette.Venise lace Abner W. Underwood, Nickey Miss Margaret Catherine
Club members assisted in
i The buffet table in the Restaurant with husbands
, and Helen ,
I flowers adorned the bodice Underwood, Mrs. of Mr.
Chastam daughter
serving at t the Open House and
Christmas Party Dec. 3 dining room was covered witha wives and dates
enjoyed a
\ Diana Dekle, Rev and Mrs.
accenting the Queen Anne in caring for the guests on the Mrs. Thomas B. Chastain of
lace cloth over yellow satin. Christmas dinner and
Chet and Stevie of party
neckline. Scalloped Venise Taylor and James William
Tour at each home.A
Suspended from the gold Sunday in the Pecan
lace highlighted the empireline and Mrs. Olin White The dining table covered Green Cove Springs, Mr. and evening Page, son of Mrs. and Mrs.
Mr. chandalier the table of the
over was room Garden
Mrs. James Bain, and small Christmas wreathwas
and trimmed the long with a white Army-Navy cloth Jerry Lonnie W. Page of Rt. 1.
entertained the 16 employeesof mistletoe ball from which Restaurant
blue linen Jimmy, Mr. and Mrs. Roger a pinned on each guest for
tapered sleeves. Her fingertip Store over was centered Starke were united in
Koch's Drug fell gold velvet streamers that
mantilla was trimmed in and dates"at with a pedestal Christmas Jones of Penny Farms Rev. The 39 attending identification at the homes marriage Dec. 2 at 11 a.m. at
husbands a dropped to the table and were were
and Mrs. Thomas D. and a how to arrive at the
matching lace and was attached Christmas party Dec. 3 at 8 arrangement of blue and Ryan secured with cones and seated at a U-shaped table map the base chapel at the Naval
Lake and Mr. and pine homes were out.
to a Juliet cap. She:. .m. at their home on N. Lake white. Asbury that held a Christmas given Base, Charleston S.C.
carried a nosegay of white Street.p Mrs. Robert White poured Mrs. Joel Parker of Middle- greenery.The greenery and candle centerpiece Homes on display were Capt. CHC USN Earnest M.
roses, baby's breath and coffee and tea from a silver burg. those of Col. and Mrs. Bill Reagan. Jr. performed the
holly. Mr.\ White greeted theguests coffee service placed at one 25 enjoying this delightful A social hour and dinner Wilson 1883 home in Lawtey, nuptials.The .
the door and invited end of the table. affair were members, husbands Mrs. A.J. Barry's modern bride in
Mrs. Daniel lannarelli at Assisting In Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Lawson was enjoyed during the was given
served as the only attendant. them into the living room serving was Mrs. Bill Tilley. visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles and dates.Bloodworth'Busby evening. ranch style home on Bessent marriage by her father.
She wore a gown of emerald where they placed exchange After enjoying refresh- Lawson in Tallahassee last Road, Mr. and Mrs. Paul G.Brown's Mr. Page was best man for
Qiana featuring an empire gifts under a seven font tree ments the employees exchanged and Honored At PartiesMiss replica of an early his son. I
bodice and mandarin collar. decorated with blue 'ind gold. gifts. Friday 1800 New England farm home, The bride's sister, Jane L.

................................................!h................................I._............. ._.........._ .....t.... also on Bessent Road. Mr. and Chastam was the only bridal
Carol Bloodworth, casserole to their china as a Mrs. Robert M. Autry's new attendant.The .
whose marriage to Thomas memento of the occasion modern home in the Country couple is residing in "
Busby was an event of Club Estates Mr. and Mrs Lawtey following a weddingtrip
Saturday evening, Dec. 10, S.G. Denmark's remodeled on Florida's gulf coast.
was honored at a bridesmaid'sluncheonon Charles Busbys home on N. Walnut street and The bride and groom are
u Friday, Dec. 9, in the historical St. Mark's presently attending Bradford
the Pecan room of the Garden Dinner HostsMr. Episcopal church, a Starke High School. Both the bride

Restaurant given by her aunt, landmark. and groom were raised as partof
Mrs. Stanley Martin. .and Mrs. Charles Busby Approximately 300 guests a Navy family and have
The table was centered with entertained at a dinner, enjoyed this delightful affair many old friends in the
an arrangement of carnationsin Friday evening.. Dec. 9, at the between the hours of 2 and 6 Charleston area.

pink, white, yellow and Holiday Inn for their son, Tom p.m. ( The groom's father is ENCS
turquoise with a garland of and fiancee, Carol Blood- L.W. Page retired at the
greenery and carnations down worth, after the couple's Firemen HonoredAt Navy Base in Charleston.
the length of the table. wedding rehearsal
i China ornaments filled with The U-shaped table was
Party Dec. 9 OscarCarters i
mints held placecards for the centered with a large
14 guests. arrangement of pink, yellow,
and Tim
I John Ramsey
white and turquoise car- To Celebrate
Corsages were presented to
Crews, who graduated
Mrs. Jim nations and pink candles with
Miss. Bloodworth
the State Fire In Ocala
j Bloodworth, her mother; Mrs. smaller arrangements of last Friday,were surprised at 50th SundayMr.
*" carnations and candles on the S
C.W. .Brandon, Sr., grand- for them Friday
mother, and Mrs. Charles side tables. a evening party given by Mrs. John Ramseyand and Mrs. Oscar Carter
Busby, mother of the groom. Forty wedding party and Miss Patty Vaughn at the will celebrate their 50th
The hostess gave the out-of-town guests enjoyed the
Starke Fire wedding anniversary
honoree a place setting of her dinner. The party room was gayly Dec. 18. from 2 to 5 p.m. at
china as a memento of the the holiday home in
Mrs. L. J. Green decorated in their Lawtey.
occasion. motif. The refreshment table All friends and relatives are
H."It' Luncheon HostessMrs. was covered with a Christmas invited to attend
Miss Bloodworth and Mr.
cloth and centered with a cake
Busby were'honored with a
t fashioned similar to a fire
L.J. Green entertainedat
bridal brunch on Saturday
truck. Punch, cake and ice Tonya MartinCelebrates
a luncheon Monday at her
morning, Dec. 10, at the cream were served to the 16
home on Raiford road for the
Garden Restaurant given by
which Included
guests attending -
former members of the
MrsJfin Chasteen
the firemen,' wives,'
Joyce Rlherd, Mrs. Carl Methodist WSCS, Circle Two. dates and families. 2nd BirthdayTonya
The home was attractively
Riherd and Mrs. V.J.
Spengler. decorated in the holiday motif Ramsey and Crews were
for the occasion. presented with gold key Martin celebratedher
i Decorating the head table
with the dateof
was a large arrangement of The 10 members and Rev. chains their Chief second birthday Sunday
George Harper were seated at graduation afternoon at a party given by
pink, yellow, white and the
a long table covered with a Eldon Sapp also presented her parents Mr. and Mrs.
The Bradford County Telegraph turquoise carnations with ,
men with personal gifts.
Christmas cloth centered withan Jimmy Martin, on Ellington
3 greenery the center and of carnations the tables.down arrangement of red and ............................. Road. ,.

Thirty members of the white carnations. Friends of Dr. L.H. Jen- The youngsteres enjoyed
readers to send and out-of-town Following lunch Mrs. C..E games and refreshments
i offers our an Hernwall several regret to hear he
guests enjoyed the lovely played suffered a stroke at home during the party hours.
affair. Christmas selections on the Attending were Dale
Christmas Via The hostesses presented the piano and accompanied the Monday morning and is con- Bedford, Ken and Jason
our fined Bradford
2 out a message paper, honored couple with a covered group as they sang familiar Hospital.in County Harper, Ritchie and Terri !
carols. Fender and Bobby Morehead

to your friends and neighbors. .. . .... -

i Wishbone Now Has i

i The fast pace of living and= high cost of Dining Room Service Available I

# postage has made sending out individual

Christmas messages difficult. This will Seafood Special \s

afford you the opportunity to let those \

Thurs Friday Dec. 15 & '16th

special people know they are in your ,

thoughts this Holiday Season . REG. FRESH I


Some Sample Greetings Are: ,

;. French Fries ,

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i. "Best Wishes For A Joyous Noel!" r," : $ 9

\' Cole Slaw 29 .., ,I
j "To All Our Wonderful Friends May The Best Of The '))1

Hush Puppies ,1 ,
V Holiday Season Be Yours,
"" Reg. $399 LDrink I

"Greetings Of The Season, And Then A Line To Add *

Best Wishes That The Coming-Year Will Be The Best I
With Coupon Only Eat Here Or Take Out
You've Had!" Starke Store Only }

"Wishing You A Christmas Where All Your Dreams Come True!

"May The Meaning Of Christmas Be Deeper, It's Friendship WA WISHBONE FRIED -

Stronger, Its Hopes Brighter, As It Comes To You This Year!" h.

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Use Our Greetings. Or Write Your Own, Up 236 S. Temple 964. 5858 1111

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211 TELEGRAPH December 15.1977

I Patricia Crapse Shower HonoreePatricia tlla wltaaaaI3 and Carl Hunsinger
..w, j R Karen Howe
Crapse, whose centered with white word game "Recipe for a
marriage to Gary Wheeler wedding bell suspended from happy marriage." Each guest Wed Nov. 17 at Heilbronn Baptist ChurchKaren
wilt be an event of Dec. 16. the chandaher. Under the bell presented Patricia with a
was honored at a bridalshower on a silver tray were two recipe. Denise Howe
Thursday/nigh,Dec. 8, kissing angels flanked on daughter of Mrs. Mildred
home of Olin either side silver refresh-
at the Mrs. by two Alter enjoying
i Howe of Starke, and Carl
White. candelabras holding white ments the honoree opened her of Starke of
Hunsinger son
The Christmas theme was .A silver brandy gifts which had been placed
one Angus T. McDowell of
carried out in the party punch bowl was placed at under the seven foot white CrawfordvlUe, were united in'
rooms. end of the table and a silver Christmas tree.A .
marriage Nov. 17 at 7 in
table coffee service at the other p.m.
The dining was HeiTbronn
corsage and a set the Baptist Church
covered with a white
Army t
end.Mrs. Melmac dishes were pre- with Dean Cae.elL!: per- :
Reese the I.
Navy cloth over blue linen Dorothy was sented to the honoree as a forming the nuptials. e ,
winner In the unscrambling
memento of the occasion. : Highlighting the altar were, !
Among those attendingwere ids two baskets of cranberry # ,
Mrs. M.D. Crapse, ; ))111' 1]I. colored pompoms and
mother of the honoree, Koch champagne and yellow daisies
_.. ...
TUI18S IY NAND Drug Store employees and --- and greenery. Centering the

Mrs. L.J. Green. ;\b..*.d.C. uasford pours during the Bradford County Hospital altar was an 18 branch can
150 W. Call Street Ladles Auxiliary annual tea held In the hospital library Friday delabra with burning tapers. ,
: Dec le.Waiting. The family pews were marked h
Starke 964-7792 to be served l with nosegays of champagneand
are ( 'rt! Mrs. Phyllis Phillips Mrs. Sue
Wright. Mrs.Louie Bell Parks and Mrs Ruth Johnson. yellow pompoms.
Betty Ann Phillips, pianist, ti,M '

-dc" ,&..l..!.(; ", -, I B. C. Hosp. Aux. Holds Tea FridayThe provided John Morgan nuptial attended music. as

best man. Ushers were Mike
I Bradford County conference room. and Kevin Howe, brothers of
I Hospital Auxiliary honoredthe The tea table was covered the bride. ,
Christmas Gifts ft DecorationsFine I doctors and hospital staff with a lace cloth and centered Lisa Mitchell served as
Ask at a tea last Friday from 9 with a silver epergnette maid of honor. Attendantswere r ;
Arts And Crafts Supplies : a.m. to 3 p.m. in the hospital holding red and white carnations Melissa Barber, cousinof
I and red tapers. the bride and Briar Patray.
Charley DUPLICATE BRIDGE They were gowned alike In ,
Handcrafted Furniture, Leather Goods, '
CLUB RESULTSDr. colored '
Presiding at the silver cranberry jersey ,1 ,
E. and Mrs. James Mine- ,
Jewelry:Candles, Macrame', Pottery coffee service at Intervalswere gowns with scooped neckline. ,
singer were the winning president,, Mrs. A.C. A-line skirt and long sleeves.
Oil Paint Gift Sets Artists Easels John"A BridgeClub Duplicate Basford, social chairman; The belt and neckline were
tournament Mrs. Louise Kite officers and trimmed in gold piping. They
Assorted Crafts Sets Custom Picture careless act can cause- Tuesday night held in the All members wore a champagne daisy in
another person to lose his Pratt Street Recreation furnished cakes, cookies, their hair and gold initialed
Framing Artwork By Local Artists dightJiis masculinity Center. candies and other delicaciesthat necklace,a gift from the bride C 1.
result in a law suit for Mrs. Eva Mathewson and were served during the and groom. They carried arm .
Perfect For Anyone: i $100,000 or more. The Jeff Wrenshall were second tea hours.CheckOurComplete bouquets of cranberry '
usual $10,000 personal and Mr. and Mrs. Charles pompoms and champagne and fr '4\
A Things By Hand Riddle were third. yellow daisies.
liability policy no longer Thebride.given in marriageby
adequate. Can the Charley I her uncle, Joe Barber, r
Line Of
Gift CertificateGood
E. Johns Agency increasemy I wore a white high neck jersey
ComprehensivePersonal KITCHEN'CABINETS gown with a key-hole neckline.
For Merchandise Or Classes: Liability to The bodice was etched in
$100,000..even $1,000,000for WOOD floral Venice lace as was the

Shop Things By Hand For just a "few dollars more PANELING cuffs.straight The sleeves raised and waist pointed fell

premium? t into a A-line skirt which was
I Those Extra Special Last Minute Gifts i
enhanced length
Charley E.JOHNSAGENC1'. by a chapel I
t. train. Her Juliet headpiece Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hunsinger
L Sign Up Now For Your secured her chapel length veil
Griffis and Stephanie Green wedding trip at points of In-
New Year Classes f of layered tulling which was
JOHNSON! eo. terest Florida.
VAUGHN sprinkled with lace flowers. cut the cake. in
131 S. WALNUT ST STARK E The bride is
H4-STH She carried a of The punch table was a 1977 graduateof
PHONE Stark s. n.tI'a St. nosegay covered with a lace cloth: and Bradford High School and is
cranberry champagne and yellow pompoms daisies centered with a crystal punch presently employed by Gator
964.5070"a with cranberry ribbons and bowl encircled with coleus and Freightways, Inc. in Starke.
fern. Karen Reddish and Lisa
-- ---- white streamers.A .
was held In the Ekard presided at the punch The groom is a 1975
'' .PnrY Jrb ,, table. raduate of. Bradford High
; 7 ; yadl0p4 r'M' .Pryrry ,, ?' nnhWdq church Fellowship Hall.
Standing in the receiving Darlene Luke kept the School and is employed at
line were the bride and groom, bride's book. Union Correctional Institution
r rdll u4 r of their parents, ushers, bridal The couple is residing at 326 and part time with the city
attendants and Betty Ann N. Walnut street following a ralice department.

Phillips.The -
bride's table was Patricia Crapse, Gary WheelerTo
covered with a white lace I
cloth and centered with a four Wed. Dec. 16
tiered wedding cake

decorated with pale yellow Miss Patricia Crapse and reception following in the
d A'! I i q a roses, cranberry trimming in Gary Wheeler will be united in church Fellowship Hall.
the columns between the two All friends and relatives are
ii marriage Friday, 16 at 9
o',1, top tiers and topped with a pm. at the First Baptist invited to attend. I
.. bride and groom. Rhonda Church in Lawtey with a .1
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Take your refrigerator temperatureFall's 10Dff 1

here. The temperature's dropping. Your on the number of times you open and close your when applicable. Energy consumption can be vT..LIT ,
air-conditioner's probably becoming less and lessa refrigerator door. The savings could be significant. reduced by one third by turning the washer off On ;

necessity. And chances are, your electric bill is What about defrosting? A manual defrost before it reaches the dry cycle. Simply open the
dropping accordingly. But we want to help you refrigerator should be defrosted when the frost door and allow the dishes to air dry. And be '

save even more. layer gets to be about a quarter of an inch thick. sure to reduce the load on your airconditionerby All e Have

Look around your kitchen.That refrigerator This will not only save energy, it'll save wear using your dishwasher during the cooler part We

sitting there is usually the third largest user of and tear on your appliance, as well. And if of the day, after 9 p.m. or in the morning. A $118
electricity in the home. And though food you're shopping for a new refrigerator/freezer, Cook whole meals" in the oven. And every Electric tGFt
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year, the costs of your refrigerator and many models. And remember, frost-free models different dishes can be baked with little more your

of the other necessary appliances in your kitchen though convenient use more energy than energy than one. And since insulation holds the '

can be reduced. Here are a few suggestions: regular models. heat, ovens require energy only periodically. WeedEaters- I'

Keep your refrigerator's temperature no Check your refrigerator gaskets for What's more, when cooking frozenf ;',., '
less than 40 degrees. Place a refrigerator leakage. Close the door on a dollar bill. If you foods in the oven, let them I=:-W..;. .

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the setting on your thermostat. Chances are, refrigerator next to a stove. If possible, place it For more money saving hints,
you'll be lowering your electric bill. And while. in the coolest area of the kitchen. ask for our folder"How to save j t .,., 1

yDu re at it, check the temperature in your Only run your dishwasher when it's fulL electricity in your kitchen."
freezer. The temperature should be zero. Any If you don't have a full load, rinse dishes in cool It contains all kinds of good 'v.

lower and you're probably wasting money. water and store in dishwasher until you do. And suggestions on how to save energy *. .x; = PoulanflUC1'os5

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1 December<< IS,1977 TELEGRAPH Page3B .: :::1
UMW Honors
New Members Dec.. Rhonda Alvarez ;
i !cI--: i ;! \
The United Methodist Reddish, vice-president, s '"
J!Women held an Installation of Francey Newland secretary, wkly'h Celebrates6th ''\.
officers and honored new and Carolyn Eaves, treasurer. r \ '
members at their December Two new group leaders were BirthdayRhonda JjJ" L '

meeting Tuesday of last.weekat Installed: Virginia Meyer,. .;;
the church. Group One, replacing Bernice Sue Alvarez '
Mrs. Olin White, president, Huggins, and Ernestine i celebrated her sixth bh1hday
conducted the meeting Mrs Denmark, Group Five Monday evening. Dec. I 5>> at a
Robert Green was in charge of replacing Oleeta Har- birthday party at McDonald's ew
the program. denbrook.
Restaurant given by her
The following new memberswere Former presidents con- 4y+r1 parents, Mr and Mrs. Owen eli Il"Y
introduced and ducting the installation ser- Alvarez Jr I Aw
presented with corsages by vice were Bertie Olson, Mary The 12 youngsters enjoyed a
their group leaders: Becky Anne Smith Carolyn Eaves hamburger supper and games
Roberts Marie Polk, Sarah Norma Jean Adams, Beth and were given party favors.
Johnson, Annette Lawson, Strickland and Lucile Godwin. The supper was topped off '
Glizabeth Younts, Edna The former presidents were with a McDonald birthday .r
iexton, Linda McRae, Muriel presented pots of poinsettias. cake. 2 1 1J' ,
ilson, Sharon Williams, Following the meeting and ; Also enjoying the occasion .
lartha Miley and. Frances installation the new memberswere were Rhonda's grandparentsMr. 4
embers were Maude Fields, morning tea. The holiday her uncle and aunt, Mr. 6sIR

Smith.eannie Loper and Linda decorations.Mrs.motif was used. in the beautiful :: : and Mrs. Don Tilley. t .

; Officers installed for their Robert Green and .
second year of service were: members of Group Four were Gilbert Goldwires To Celebrate50th ;bJ 'IJou..KnowIs. .

JLucy White! president, Ada in charge of the refreshments.I -. --- '.... --._ "-;::':sTeen ; '1:>>""'- -
Anniv. Sunday !\ Louise Stern was in
Sandra Chitty Celebrates 1 16th BirthdaySandra Atlanta last Wednesday and Volunteers And Mothers Enjoy Dinner
Mr\ andlrs.: Gilbert hours of 3:) and :3; p.m. at the Thursday to attend concerts of .
Goldwire will celebrate their Woman's Club of Starke. the Atlanta Symphony in
Louise Chitty was Gainesville Mall bowling, a 50th wedding anniversary All friend and relatives are which her former teacher Bradford County Hospital Teenage Volunteers their mothers had a Clu'islnias dinner In the
honored a week early for her pizza party, movies, shopping, Sunday. Dec. 18. between the invited to attend Grant Johannesen, hospital library Friday. Dec. 10.
16th birthday this past and other activities and with the orchestra performed Shown are front (I-Nt: sponsor, Mrs. Vertis Shirley Terry Cogdill. Darlene Shirley, IJebi I
weekend by her mother, Mrs. hobbies. Johns Christmas Dinner Dec. 10 soloist. as guests Overstreet and cosponsorIrs.! Doris Overstreet.
Joan Chitty. A large Birthday Cake with piano Back: Beverly Chitty, Cindy Lawson Myra lljnkrrson. Mierry Norman and( Donna Ki'unite). i

The Chitty home was festive a the guitar girls motif Saturday was enjoyed night. by Relatives and friends met at Johns and !Mrs\ B.M.\ Johns ofthehomeofMrs.FronieJohns Mr. and Mrs. Bill Glines and .................e..........................................'............................:I
Auburndale, !Mr.\ and !Mrs. Mrs. Thelma Mendoza of :
for' the weekend with a Sandra School and friends visiting on Alton Road Saturday, Dec. !Mike Johns ot Tallahassee, Jacksonville were Monday! !Mr. and Mrs. R. P Robert Carrington Malibu.! version of the novel "Death
"Sixteenth Birthday" decor celebrating her 10, for their annual Christmas Mr. and !Mrs. Ovid Thomas, dinner guests of Mrs. Carrie McLendon had as their house Calif., a screen writer hired Work" written by their son. :1
as Christmas well as with the decorations traditional birthday Misses Helen weekend Samuels were and reunion and dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Uitch. guest Thursday to Sunday, by NBC-TV to adept a film James (Spanky) McLendon.

Those attending were Mr. Keames, Mrs. Della Goodgeand ., ,
the home. Juanita Blackwell of Pen
and Mrs. C.C. Johns of Mr. and Mrs. Horace I
Six of Sandra's close friends sacola Michele Staehle
Bradonton, Mr. and Mrs. E.L. Knowles of Starke. TiThe
from the St. Augustine ScfTool 1 Salene Staehle and Aida
for the Blind were house Kendricks of Miami, and
guests of the Chitty's Friday Linda Mello of Cape

through Sunday. The girls' Canaveral Florida. pe"Jona GjJr l I'
enjoyed various activitiesover Mrs. Chitty returned .adra
the fun filled weekend and her friends to St. "
which included trips to the Augustine Sunday evening.. Mrs. Oler Crosby of Fort Out-of-town guests at the
!Myers spent last Tuesday to Busby-Bloodworth wedding
Saturday with her parents Saturd.iv night were: Mr. and
.J* MethodistYouth Mr. and Mrs. George Muggins.Mr. !Mrs lUiold Martin Bruce !
BIRTHS Crosby joined the familyover and lUrrictl, Mrs. Lucy I
the weekend. Bloodworth, llrs.Iarie!
Activitiesby Parrish and Mr. and !Mrs

Local admittances to Bradford Michael Miller Gainesville; S'
:Mr and Mrs. Wayne Don Denton County Hospital this !Mr. and !Mrs. Charles Busby, Office I rt t
:McLecxl of Williston announce Youth Counselor week include: N.P. Joyner Mr. and Mrs. Jim Busby and ,; ;
the birth of a daughter Among the gifts received at 111. Jennings Mrs. Maude Laura Mr. and Mrs. Wright .Fla-
:Melissa Elizabeth: born Dec. 4 Christmas we are remindedof Tucker !Mrs. Judy Norman Holhngsworth Mr. and !Mrs. WCall $ Starke 5 6.4. c ) r ti
at Alachua General Hospital. the Gifts from God of His and George Prevail of Starke; Leonard Voyles and 110 .. : r I
Maternal: grandparents are Son, His Life and Eternal Life Mrs Julia Thomas of Lake daughters Joseph R. McClure 3 i
:Mr and :Mrs. E.E. Thornton of This was the theme of the Butler; Mrs. Lula Baxter of Nancy Vermellen Mr. ,
Kingsley Lake. Paternal youth's float entered in the Nrooker; Thomas McCullochof and Mrs. II. Tubener, and Mr. I
grandparents are Mr and Christmas parade last Hampton; and Everett and Mrs. William Frith of
:Mrs. H.A. McLeod. Saturday morning which won Norsworthy of Lawtey.. Orange Park; Mr. and Mrs. For The Man !

............................ third place among the entries. Allan Tedder and Lauren, Mr. U
!Mr. and Mrs. Dean Traylorof Riding on the float were the Mrs. HG. Bollinger is and Mrs. Bill Juby of Orlando; With Everything i
announce the birthof following: AngelsRandalPolk visiting her son-in-law and !Mrs. Stanley Martin and !Mrs. e .

Lawtey a son, Michael Brent born and Kelly (Carver daughter, !Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sullivan of A Fine Quality
Nov. 28 in St. Vincent'sHospital. Shepherds-Todd Denton William Breland in Pasadena, Tallahassee; Miss Sherri ji
Chuck Williams and Jeff Calif. this week. Smithson. Miss Cindy t
Grandparents and Miss Elaine I-
!Mr. and Mrs. A.C. Basford of Ii
Lake and Mr. and Denton. Joseph-Scott Polk at !Mr. and Mrs. E.D. Tenly Wetmore of Tampa; Mr. and g I!
Mrs.Kingsley R.N. Traylor of Lawtey. the toot of the Cross-Vicky Sr. were in St. PetersburgDec. Mrs. Gene Rutherford, Randy f ,' I t tw
Carver and Mrs. Oleeta Rutherford and Mr. and Mrs. .
............................ 1-9 visiting Mrs. Virginia L'; (
Hardenbrook (Youth Counselor Raysor and friends. They also Wilber Hutherford of $ ,95
!Mr and !Mrs. Charles ), Driver-Mr. LeRoy visited in Tarpon Springs Madison; Mrs. Rodney
Harper of Starke announcethe Thomas and Rev. Don Denton where !Mr. Tenly went deepsea Waldrop of Charleston S.C. fel
birth of a son, Charles rode in the cab. fishing. Lt. Dale Bryan of Fort Sill
William Wade Harper, born The thirty foot trailer was Okla.; Lt. and !Mrs Marc
Nov; ;2", Grandparents are furnished as a courtesy of the !Mrs J.G, Caldwell returned Frith of New Mexico; Lt.
Glenn: Crews of Keystone Division of Surplus Property' '.Saturday"after-'.four weeks-*..rfc) and Mrs. Kenneth
Heights arid Jean' Griffin of and the some hundred feet of visit with her son-in-law and Tubener of Norfolk, Va. and FOR HIS DESK GIVE HIM I i c

11'auchulaGreat grandmotheris cardboard used in the con- daughter Mr. and Mrs. Joe N. !Miss Susan Prochaska of
:Mrs. C.R. Crews of Lawtej struction of the float was the Belche and family in Norfolk Miami. FLEXO LAMP

............................. courtesy of Denmark Fur- Va.

I'LKASANT: : HOPE: NEW: working niture on Company.the float Others which !Mrs. James Barron of Two Tubes I'4

('(t'( lt 10\: ; T 101\: : I.llol1IUDlST I. took some 60 hours to con- Live Nativity Starke and sisterIrs.! .

\ : CIUHCII: struct were:_ ..111'.aoo.-Mrs. Martha Johnston of Miami 5 Panasonic Instant Point
Sunday School 10 a.m. John Dempsey, Mrs. Dot Scene Set At were guests of their nephew $399
Robert Bush executive vice-
Church Service, 11 an., Denton Don Hardenbrook
president of Days Inn Motel
Saturday night before Second Hope BaptistA
Lynn Loper,JayEaves"SarahBiggs. ; I
Sunday. 7:30: p.m. Rl.'vloml'ry Sandra Darley Vicky Corp., at the Days Inn con WITH AUTO STOP.
vention Dec. 7.10 in Orlando.
L. Griffis. Only
: Corbitl Tracie Denton live nativity play will be visited
They Disney World
"Little John" and Tammy presented by the young people Sea World and attended the Give YourBoss A
ST. EDWARDS Dempsey Nelson Green of Hope Baptist Church Art Linkletter and Bob Hope X2695Memo
Christy Johns Donna Thornton Wednesday and Thursday ;hows. They also visited Mr. Clip Holder. .
NEWS . and Lori Lawson. Dec. 21 and 22, at 7:30: p.m. and Mrs. Mack Barron at .
The weekly meeting of the The play is free and open to \ltamont Springs.Mrs. Christmas $200
This :Monday Dec 19 Jit youth group was held Sunday the public. Hope Baptist
Advent PenanceService evening at the First United Church is on. SR-100 at
7lU:: p in. an J.G. Caldwell and \
is being held at St. Methodist Church. Mrs. Theressa. daughter, Mrs. William II.
Edward's Catholic as a spir Lucille Godwin and Mrs. Edwards and Mrs. Lila Rae s
dual preparation opportunity Gladys Hobbs served snack Thanks Yawn attended the funeral of 4 Rgiro ) r--..,. I LaJdrxj for something attractive\yvl practical1'Thor linkingdiniyn
for Christmas and the New supper to the group. Card Of Mrs. Caldwell's brother, o!this sharpenerwitlend" l a touch" at tx.iuiy la any.. oftic or
The rehearsed their home Small and sleek U only :3'/,. .7"u"1i4'. high The
"'ear. A Spanish speaking group Laurence R. Mack in irv: -Solid UNclusiw auto slop mechanism. liminalif' pencil wine and
priest along? u ith other priests Christmas Program entitled" CARD OF THANKS Micanopy on Monday af burnt finish cork base ball Complete revolves with on a push bright pins nickel' and "the' suction cup,feet, secure the unit' dung operation" 3 prong
will he available for con "The Innkeepers Sons. All Our sincere thanks to ternoon.Mr. pencils 8' high, punched 'for pencils plug IS l U L approved
tension at this service.. are invited to attend the everyone for the food, flowers Kt-mt each 17.50 j
Christmas Program which and all kindness shown duringthe and Mrs. Elmer Johns -R.
I'AH.\IIE>> : FLOAT will be held at 7 )p loss of our loved one, !and daughter, Beth and r too'i 01 Gift MMIft volving desk organiser holds pans per-
ells. rubber band. etc' 'for
December 18 in the sancluof \ clips lusretrieval
Mrs Richard Permm was in Charley E. Gorman. Marie Blauvelt of Apollo .
Black' pencil with
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charge of constructing the St. the First United Meth t Beach weekend of Tlu Office' '
Sincerely were guests Ship finish tray lye high 6 diameterK11325BK 1
Kilward's parish float which Church. Ruby Goodman W.B. Mrs. C.B. Johns and Mr. and each is 00'
appeared in last Saturday's McKinneyCARD Mrs. Charles C. Johns. 10 year
Christmas Parade. The life Seller Beware old Beth and Marie who are
nice float with Angel Gabriel members of the Hillsborough

original at the head and of hand the crafted float was as Warns Farm Our sincere OF THANKS thanks to the County the Santa Twirlettes Claus parade took partin in You Can Tell A Successful Man _

was the lamb figure and other Bradford County Sheriff'sDepartment Starke Both
on Saturday. '
fixtures. Bureau PresidentGAINESVILLELivestock Volunteer and Fire have appeared in girls the By Looking In His Pocket. !I j
Miss Denise Bizier gownedin Department everyone Strawberry parade in Plant
blue represented the Virgin who helped in the search of City Gasparilla parade, and
Get Him A Cross
loved Gor-
Pernini and should our one Charley .
:Mary. Miss Tessa producers beware of St. Petersburg Sun Festival
Miss Cindy Samons wore signing a statement that man. parade and have won many a" 14KTCwtdfla.dClae.kWAanel..au.REMINDER CLOCK I Imanic
white gowns and were would extend credit to a .. ... Ruby Goodman,W.B.McKinney. trophies as twirlers. A.Cmwr.dl_ 'r
-For theMsyukn.w who fine quality with
adorned with angel wing. packer for payment of their a'lemirurw touch Ananractive"leather, appreciates pen purae included Pen $20 a a
They held golden harps. products Florida Farm t and Pencil' st, N1-1541 tit S3S.OO. Pen only N1-1$42. t
The Advent Wreath at the Bureau President Walter J, each SI7.SO. .
rear of the float contained Kautz warned. B.Crow 14 KT Gold Filled Writing IrMtnnnenM-ldeal for j
three tall purple and one rose Q. graduation hobdav promotions retirement Fine Cross writingInstruments BATES '
Silver Star
Melrose .
Kautz said some packers O"2 are balanced for your writing ease Packaged lit a F
" candle encircled with ever 14, .. ....
carefully '. V.,. : padded .nllrwd..th.'cownrdp".nra.onc. Pen and TELEPHONE "'
have developed a
, green. This represents preparation Pencil wtNI-lSOl.tel' $35 OO.Pen Nl-lSOZ.ejch SI7.5O. (v i
worded statement, that if # tCs..I2KrGoldFlll.dWdnngln.uum.mt.Thee.me
( time for Christmasand Pencil NI.IS03oach$17 SO.
coincided with Gaudete or signed by the producer, would Plans New Years Eve INDEX '
the joyful week before mean the producer was giving : ,fine," quality as above perfectly balanced for a lifetime' of writing .
Christmas. credit to the packer for the pleasure Pen and Pencil.,..N 1.6CJO I.set S270O.Pen N1-6602 $3 15 :
The Holy Spirit figure on the cattle the packer buys -b Party each $13.SO.Pencil Ml-66O3,each $13.SO. i
C. Hallmark Eaacutrv Timber Writing InMruraenuThe -
large wooden cross represented j / gift that spells distinction. Handome.einut and pencilset
Lock what the Silver Star is doing for at FANCY
Pentecost and spiritual Under the state's prompt you new becomes uniquely your own as "the' natural oils from your
renewal. pay law, and the recently years evel For only $25.00 per couple, you will get hands seep into' and treat the wood The prestunatd" pen cartridge
amended Federal Packers the biggest new years party tver. You will be ensurvtsmoothwrong NI.WP-4003set$3000. : EXECUTIVE
CHRISTMAS: FESTIVALMrs. and Stockyards Act, livestockwill surrounded by the finest people in the world, (Our D.Craea Ltsetraias Chrome)WiMn.Usstnamenu-Gleaming
be for and chrome. the timeless Cross design Will sun your toil*as well as ( LETTER OPENER
Norman Phillips paid promptly Customers). This also includes. Decorated room, your budget Pen and PencJ Set NI-35OI. SIS 00. Pen
served as chairman of the products purchased from the party hats, noise makers. Live Entertainment, and NI.3502..h $7.SO Pencil Nl-3503.each $7.50. )
Christmas Festival held at the producer will be held in trust Champagne to toast the new year in. All\ you can eat $150
Bradford the debt until the bill
Square Shopping against
for supper and breakfast. Have lots of fun behind
Center last is paid said Kautz. However j
Saturday. 1 close doors. The only thing we ask of you is to book
Joseph Sarnowski of Elktonwas that trust Is only triggered in .1
the lucky winner of the cash sales of livestock. early so you won't be disappointed. If You Art Str tpsA

$100 cash award and Mrs. : (IDJJ3 )
John Bowek of If the livestock producer Make Your Reservations Z
the hand crocheted Hampton won gives the packer credit the 0f Tht Right. MlFt
afghan !
forfeits his right to '
producer f'OK: :
given At ;
away. and if the 1 ;
that trust packer .
1 I
goes broke the producer could Williams Jewelry 'l She. HM ttuCtiM ..
have a difficult lime collecting : ...
Mid Kautz. Also In .f.. '
144 W. Call St Stark 964-7004
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credit sale the packer could : Pencil caddy TtTlM
take his time in paying the PVOCSTAL BASE ACCfttSC/RlCS SV i
eacntXM :
producer, Sliver J -t. [. )B Memo caddy smoka PABK INIRAANBlaCkandtreSMCenlll .p<...o.'h. tasutllul vinyl/ burl Off ice skip .
Star .:
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each t M
"Often, it's the buyer T eanell : memo holder rim tiecur./t. I-OMI..NiNCt' Of*..-Similar.. W .0__ "
1I 21 Melroee 473-1422 k ) Desk caddy 4' a .' mama sheen and. a unique tour E441I-TX: _lop_'...ngo..d.. .. Additional work' "i'"i'I
But in this Hwy
beware. case, It'sthe .mat T ...... .
The American consumes compartmant hinged loo caddy If 10"douMM In tor Important Matter. *.230 ,lea.. ,
average pounds seller beware," said .each SOS !hoMa clipa bands, stampa and more. * less than two Kautz. .*- J-. 10". I,
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_ LEGALS I LEGALSINTHE LEGALS LEGALSNOTICE Sec. Smathers Taking Cheap Shot, Union, !s, I


COURTFORBRADFORD The School Board of Bradford REGISTER BRADFORD COUNTY. In Advocating State Teacher Competency Test :

FLORIDA hold a Public Hearing on consideration !- RE: ESTATE OF LUTHER -"
Secretary of State Bruce immediate competency basedon for personal political gain. FTP-NEA plans to intro-
CIVIL ACTION of proposed changes In Pursuant to Section 866.09 POWELL GAHAGAN DeceasedFile '
CASE NO.77-496 the Student Conduct and Florida Statutes, notice la hereby Smathers' attempt to begin testing of teachers Is "a said FTP-NBA Executive duce a bill in the next legisla-

Discipline Code. Page 18. Item given that the undersigned Number 77-440-CP ((1-2205)) cheap political shot," stated Director Don Cameron. tive session to establish and a

IN RE: The Marriage of JERRY III. (12)) & 13)). on December 19, Garden Liquors, Inc., 801 N. Division: become due shall be stated. If the Florida Teaching "FTP-NEA agrees teachers. Professional Standards

DALE McCONNEL, Husband. 1977 at 7 p.m., In the School Temple Ave.. Starke, Fla., the claim is contingent or un Profession National parents and administratorsare Practices Commission. -
and JUNE McCONNELL, Wife. Board Room of the County 32091, doing business under the NOTICE OF liquidated, the nature of the Education Association (FTP- all responsible for Cameron said the organization

NOTICE OF SUIT School Administrative Offices ,firm name of "BRADFORD ADMINISTRATIONTO uncertainty shall be stated. If the NEA) this past week. providing a quality educationfor does not oppose per-

582 North Temple Avenue PACKAGE" Bradford Square ALL PERSONS HAVING claim Is secured the security Smathers has indicated he Florida students butSmathers' formance objectives but feels

TO: JERRY DALE Mc- Starka Florida. Shopping Center, Starke, CLAIMS OR DEMANDS shall be described. The claimant will ask the State Board of statement is that entry into and exit shouldbe from

CONNELL, C/O Mr. and Mrs. Copies of the Student Bradford County Florida, AGAINST THEABOVE ESTATE shall deliver sufficient copies of Education to implement typical of the kind of political the teaching profession

Ural McConnell. 215 Poptar Conduct and Discipline Code 32091 Intends to register said AND ALL OTHER PERSONS the claim to the clerk to enable immediately a teacher testing maneuvering that has led toFlorida's governed by practicing

Street. HazeHvood North may be obtained from the fictitious name under the INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE: the clerk to mail one copy to program now under study and educational short- professionals (teachers) an

Carolina 28738. Superintendent's Office on provisions of aforesaid statute. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat each personal; representative. slated to begin in 1981. comings, he added.If not politicians."Smathers' .

North Temple Avenue. Starke, Garden Uquors, Inc. owner. the administration of the All persons interested in the "Smathers is taking a highly the Secretary of State action pointsout

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Florida. Dated this 1st day of estate of Luther Powell estate to whom a copy of this emotional issue and using it really wants to do something the need for an appointedState

an action for Dissolution of This Is in compliance with December, A.D. 1977 at Starke Gahagan deceased. File Notice of Admlnistrption has positive he should work with Board of Education

Marriage has bean filed againstyou Florida Statutes Chapter 73310as Florida Number 77-440-CP ((1-2205)), Is been mailed are required NOTICE teachers to Improve educationfor composed of people of

and you are required tolarva enacted by the 1974 Florida 12/1 4tchg 12/22 pending in the Circuit Court for WITHIN THREE MONTHS Jack Courtnay DBA children and avoid self-" knowledgeable in the area

a copy of your written Legislature.Thomas Bradford County, Florida FROM THE DATE OF THE Keystone Developers, Inc. has serving headline hunting, education Cameron stated.

defense If any, to it on L. Casey, Jr. Probate Division the address of FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS made application to the Bradford continued Cameron. ...... ,, --
RICHARD E. WELTY, Attorneyfor Superintendent of Schools which is Bradford County Courthouse NOTICE, to file any objectionsthey County Zoning Board for

Petitioner whOM add_ is 12/8 2tchg 12/15 NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Starke, Florida. The may have that challengesthe REPLAT of the property NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO The oldest existing town of

954 N. Temple Avenue, Post REGISTER personal representative of the validity of the decedent'swill described below: REGISTER the thirteen original Ameri-i'

Office Box 996 Starke, Florida FICTITIOUS NAME estate is Alice Hamlet the qualifications of the A portion of Keystone dub FICTITIOUS NAME can colonies i il Albany, New

32091 and file the original with Pursuant to Section 965.09, Gahagan. The name and personal representative, or the Estates Unit 1, moo far as andpertaining Pursuant to Section 86b.09, York first reached by the.

the Clerk of the above-styled NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Florida Statutes, notice is address of the personal venue of jurisdiction of the to Blocks, 3, 4, 5, 6, Florida Statutes, notice Is French in 1540.

Court whose mailing address Is REGISTER hereby given that the undersigned representatives attorney are set court 7,8,9, 10, 11,12 13, 14 and a hereby given that the under

Post Office Drawer "B", Starke, FICTITIOUS NAME Regent R. Jasmin and forth below. ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS, portion of Tract B, save and signed Michael J. Navalany, Rt.,
32091 before AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO excluding lots 32 through 36 of 1 Box 10. Brooker, Florida,
FlorIda. on or Pursuant to Section 86608 Ronald Jasmin, 880 N. Temple All persons having claims or FORSALEHOUSEHOLD
January 9, 1978 otherwise a Florida Statutes, notice Is Ave. Starke, Florida, 32091, demands against the estate are FILED WILL BE FOREVER Block 9. 32622 and Z.W. Hamilton, Rt. 1, GOODS

Judgment may be entered hereby that the undersigned doing business under the firm required, WITHIN THREE BARRED. This change in classification is Brooker, Fla. 32622, doing

against you for the relief Jimrme given L. and Olivia T. Scott name of "R R ENTERPRISES" MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF Date of the first publication of subject to a public hearing to be business under the firm name of Dinnette Set, Pecan

demanded In the Petition. P.O. Box 22 L wtey, Ra.3206B 880 N. Temple Avenue, Starke THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF this Notice of Administration: held on Tuesday, December 27, "RAINBOWMARINE." Rt. 7-piece Like New $75.00, ConsoleTV

: and Robert L. and Bradford County, Florida THIS NOTICE, to file with the Dec. 15, 1977. 1977 at 7:30: p.m., in the County 1. Box 10, Brooker, Bradford set BW, Good condition

WITNESS my hand and the Beatrice Scott. P.O. Box 224 32091, intends to register said clerk of the above court a Alice Hamlet Gahagan As Commission Room in the Brad. County Florida, 32622, intendsto 20" Bathroom
Seal of Said Court on the 2nd Lawtey Ra, 32068 doing fictitious name under the written statement of any claimor Personal Representative of the ford County Courthouse. At this register said fictitious name Includes Bowl A

day of December 1977. business under the firm name of provisions of aforesaid statute. demand they may have. Each Estate of Luther Powell time all persons Interested shall under the provisions of aforesaid I Vanity Fittings $23.00 2 Occassional -

"SCOTT DEVELOPING Regent R. Jasmin and Ronald claim must be in writing and Gahagan, Deceased. be heard for or against the statute. Chairs Real Nice

GILBERT S. BROWN As Dark COMPANY" P.O. Box '22, Jasmin owners. must indicate the basis for the ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL proposal, as specified in the Michael J. Navalany Z.W. Matching. $10.00,1 Spanish

of Said Court. Lawtey, Bradford County Dated this 15th day of claim, the name and address of REPRESENTATIVE: George H. Zoning Code of Bradford Hamilton, owners. Guitar & Case, $12.00. Few

By: Marian McRae, Deputy Florida 32068, Intends to December, AD. 1977 at Starke. the creditor or his agent or Pierce, P.O. Drawer 1030, County. Dated this 15th day of Odss and Ends.
Oerk fictitious name under Florida. attorney and the amount Starke, Florida, 32091. A R. Kiefer Chairman December, A.D. 1977 at Starke,
register T.H.
claimed. If the claim Telephone: 964-5701 Bradford County Zoning Board Florida.
1218 4tchg 12/29 the provisions of ate asaid 12/154tpd 1/5 is not yet STARKE 904-4439"
statute. due, the date when It will 12/15 2tchg 12/22 Itchg 12/15/ 12/15 4tpd 1/15 BRADFORD ST.
NOTICE OF ........
Jimmie L. and Olivin I I. Scott. ---
SHERIFFS SALE &L. and Coaince Scott,
Notice is hereby given that I I. owners.Robert THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH INU. Offers our Want Ad Readers and Advertisers Tri-County Coverage 9,000 paid distributionwith

Dolph E. Reddish. as sheriff o< Dated this 8th day of

Bradford County Florida, undet December A.D., 1977 at readers. FOR ONLY through the of The Bradford
and by virtue of Writ of Starke. Florida. approximately 30,000 $2.00, pages County Telegraph, The Union County Times

Execution to-wit: 12/8 4tpd 12/29

County Execution Court issued of Bradford out of and The Lake Region Monitor. FOR MORE INFORMA TION \ The Telegraph Judy 964-6305

County Florida pursuant to a (J
496 Lake Butler
Final judgement for Town below Is a partial list of 431 Raifo/d S33 Kingsley Lake Times . Chris I 496-2261

Finance Co. d/b/a/ Charge NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO telephone exchanges In this 473 Keystone Hh..re. ..

Finance Co. of Borsfay Florida REGISTER .. ..7S..Melrose 782 Lawtey Monitor Linda 473-2210
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and Willie Mack NAME
against FICTITIOUS 485 Brooker __ __ _
Williams defendant. in the Pursuant to Section 866.09, -

amount costs of of collection.312.50 together with hereby Florida given Statutes that, the notice undersigned is- HOMES FOR SALE I I _FOR SALE FOR SALE V FOR SALEV I IL4

Have seized and have in Connie Lou Jeffers, --
my FOR SALE: 66 OLDS! !SjtvN Concert L. Amp Ij
possession the following Route 3, Box 109, Starke. 3 BEDROOM FRAME ANTIQUE BOTTLES. TORONADO. rare classic 400VVR.M.S._ W610* :.r \.:
described personal property to- Florida. :32091. doing business HOUSE on one acre ol lead assorted.,dating back to 20', fine physical and mechanical pkrs. 450., call 496-3528
wit la Rsiford. Equity andassume .50 each il entire collection I.pareh..d..o. Is after 5 p... 12/8 2tpd 12/15 '
: V under the firm name of condition (900. Phone 496- trwillt
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payments ol (86 90. over
1973 Chevrolet Pick-up. I 1.0. "LAWTEY VARIETY & 2247. 12/15 Itchg
Phone Breaker, 4851610. (10. Phone 496-3254. 12/115 2 GAS HEATERS, 1)) 25.000
No. CCY243A137196.As AUCTION SR-225 West and 11/24 tehf" 12' Itpd BTU S3lt II 40,000 BTU
the property of the above U.S. 301 Lawtey, Bradford FORSALE:TBR,1: 1/2 bath S5O call 490-3528 after 5 REALTY

named defendant and that on County, Florida 32068, intendsto FOR SALE: FOUR ACRES brick home In Lake. Butler p.... 12/8 2tpd 12/15
(29400. call 496-3614 from 9- '
Tuesday the 3rd day of January said fictitious name call 496-2433 after 5 )
register bedroom homo, furnished.Phono p.m. 3 or 496.2005 after 4pm. ( .
1978 at twelve o'clock Noon on under the provisions of aforesaid 964-8324. Itpd 12/15 12/15 ItpdIDEAL 12/15 WELSH PONY Gentle,just 'f
ltcbgWEDDING small children. (65
right for NEW LOCATION!
said day on the premises of the statute
Bradford County Jailyard/ I wiN Connie Lou Jeffers, owner. NO MONEY DOWN only 3 CHRISTMAS GOWN' ;:- Verynice or 2113.belt 12/8 offer.2tpd Phone 12/15 473- F I'. I 205 N. TEMPLE
PRESENT Must sacrifice
offer for sale and sell to the Dated this let day of left to .bo built It your : cathedral train Included. STARKE FLORIDA

highest bidder for cash in hand December A.D. 1977 at Starke, combined Income I. between Singer Future Sewing Size 10. Phone 964- UTILITY BUILDINGS: All
SI 1,000 and t6,000 yearly machine, top .model does 8386. Itch 12/15 20 acres of good land with well optic tank, 'ec.'
the above described of Florida.V aluminum prewired, reeep-
property sad want BOW home, everything automatically. Some of the
you t pole. land cleared. $25,000 cash to
said defendant to satisfy the 12/1 4tpd 12/22 cell tedev. Bob Harrl 473- Need someooeiia Union tables, light (witches, Ufht,

aforesaid Execution. 3133. Affordable; Hom.i of County area to assume CEDAR XMAS TREES! si tongue and', groove' floor mortgage. ._ _ V
FI.rlda.A113. BR, 1 1/2 both (12.62 month per foot PECANS B5c 'per delivered and ..et..p.. II V
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many features. 12/8 2tchg per balance V paymentsor 28314. Ibs FIREWOOD (30 per Tiflsnetog available. ?. -1II'48 A/ft/ ;mosa.Drive in "lovely' neighborhood.) Attractive
Dolph E. Reddish Sheriff 12/15 Phone pay 259-3743 Macclenny, load. Phone 964-8210. had months to pay; 80 siies.Snnikl brick residence with 2130 Iq. ft. of tranquil living V
Bradford Florida
County, after 5:30 p.... 12/15 2tchg of Starke. 964-6020 or space. Perfect blend of nature and Fla. comfort. i 3
4 ACRES WITH HOME: 3 acres uncleared Und with 964-6021. 5/12 tf/cbf
BR Ba.
12/22 2 CH-A all the goodies on large lot.
12/8 4tchg 12/29 Lillian C. Pearson Plenty of out buOdla,., quiet 200 feet highway. Ironte,..
neighborhood, priced to eell. Plenty of trees. Keystone BAHIA HAY: Argentina,
Real Estate 5 112 ..II.. out of town. Call KEYSTONE"HElC HTsT"ito Heights area. 8000. Phone highly fertilized phone 964- 3 BR, 2 Ba., USO sq. ft. frame home. CH-A one-half

ri'fift7.; :=- :1 for appt. 964-6810. 12/8 acres 5 acres(8.90O, priced(400 to selL"0"0 5, 4732494. 6071. 7/21 tfchgCUSTOM acre, US 301 S., S2$00, see to appreciate.The .

NEW LOCATION 4tchg, 12/29 112.33
To clean your blender container BRANCH OFFICE tracts from per month(40 month.Other FOR SALE: Diamond .MADE creak of a barndoor 17 and one-half acre, 2traIler
quickly after use, fill l lIt needles for any stereo over 21x70 CB
- J hook-ups barn with bathroom!
Owner 1-473-4375.12/8 4tpd DRAPERIES We are
of hot water FOR 247 different ones, we have
with two cups 1)5301 NORTH SALE 12/29 them all. DAhmer's now Hocking. Iou of fabric. $25,000. _
of dishwashing LA WTEY. FLORIDA
and a few drops Free estimate. Lome
Discount tl/chg Ready to move In: Only special situation makes
liquid and let the blenderrun 7823806 PIANO: oxceDent condition; DELUXE POOL TABLE Stephen, phono 4962219.
--- Lindner 964.5847. Itpd 12/15 96" this property available at $44,500. Handsome 4t 0q_
for a minute. Rinse 44x playing surface. 6/11 tl/chg.
W* also have new Ir.e..,.,
ft. FR with custom
Good condition. 350. Four fireplace, kitchen new carpets,
and dry. electric and ....h.,..
3 BR 2 bath block. home, YARD SALE: Dec. 16 and good cue sticks.. 473-3293. DAHMERS PATIO COVERS' 10x20 for drapes fine architecture.A .

CH/A. cloMd garage, 17. 9 ...... until dark. Air Keystone Heights. 12/8 Phone 964-7923.DISCOUNT. homos and mobile. homes. .
sesame 5 1/4 .percent natc. compressor all kinds of tfn/chg tl/ehg 1199 Installed. (159 untotailed. beautiful builders hom.. :3 BR, 2Vj Baths LR

LONGCHAMP 132.000. tool., old tin cars, smallchildren's GATOR OR office family room double garage pool.
Home and Building --- clothes, old brass, FOR SALE One 387 sawsharpener. GUNS FOR SALE 22's., ALUMINUM. Phono 372- CH&A outside city Ideal country home $43,000.
Materials 3 BR frame horn. CH/A and some antiques, A One 310 carbidesaw 25'.. and 38's, sold at DAh 9767. 4620 N.W. 13th St., Why not have more of the good liter
foaeed corner lot, 15.000. bit .. everything. 237 sharpener. 4751322. mere Discount. TF/chg GainesvIlle. 8/11 tile".
-WEBUILD- --- Monroe Street, behind Eagle
212/8 Zuhg" 12/15 2200 ft. frame home with CH&A
sq. 4 BR 28 on
3 .
BR furnished mobile
Army-Nsvy store. Itpd
Your Plans/ Or OursYourLot home. with ..addition 12/15 SAW SHARPENING: drop OAK FIREWOOD: (20 pet WATSON'S' HOUSE OF; large fenced lot paved driveway near schools.

Or Ours (13.400. off at Aee Hardware. la KM pickup truck. Phono 782- VACUUMS; many bread .f
FREE ESTIMATES -- TOPPER Long wheel b..., and Smith. Service Station 3434. tl/chg' now vacuuma. Used Presenting two Important residences that are Incredibly -
ST ae,... 113.500 paneled., with bunks' and In Metros tfn/chg' ..ehla..- available... Expert magnlflc.nt on Hampton Lake One Is
Remodeling RrsAddition. repairs,all ........ Parts and
-- pad. 5332319. Itpd 12/15 GARAGESAE: Dally 9 completely furnished. All this In a tropical paradise
19 Acre.. SR.230, 122,000 ..... 6 accasoerlao for all vacuumsystems.
AUCTION: Every Sat. to pjn., continuously, caressed by the lake breeie. You can have it all.
Home. Bought -- BOAT AND TRAILER: night 7 pjn. Melroee. Back Corner SR 225 W and 301. In NW 10th

Sold TradedACREAGE MJ5 Ae,.., 1340' oa US 1974 15 It. with 75 hp. with ol Post Office. Bill Perry,, Lawtey. Everyone welcome. 376-7110.Avenue, Gainesville.tt/cng Phono Petite two BR home In Impeccable order with Income
301, terms SS6.300. Chrysler motor. (2200. 964- Auctioneer. 12/8 4tpd 1/5 PUBLIC AUCTION house .
apartment or guest 22500.
---- - 6580. 12/15 2tpd 12/22 Tuesday, 7 p.... tl/chg ,

FOR LAWTEY AREAS BSA 250: 1971 6000 .u.. WHOLESALE DEALERS smp. electric complete. 964- Handsome brick rancher near town on a large

SALE BR frame. furnished. good transportation (200 or; AUCTION. 6 ..Every. 2315 Thursday S.E.- MaybeUe. A Earl Dobbs will 5324 ..,tlal.. Itchg 12/15 corner lot Nearly new So well Insulated the! utility
p. have fresh citrus fruit on SR-
Sew ......r and dryer best oil.,. 964-6210. Itpd Hawthorns Rd., GalnesvQU, 121 .fas front of Hsndywav oa ESTATE SALE old bill is unbelievably low! Woodburnlng fireplace :3
: Closing
964-6853 13,500. 12/15 Hwy 20 acroso from Saturdays, please sotify a estate: Round. oak table, BR 2 Baths LR. DR, Florida room. CH&A enclosed -
-- Gainesville Drive-In. week. ahead for large order Victorian marble. tables, double garage. Available Immediately
Highway 301 South 21 Acre, 133.350. MUST SACRIFICE: Singer lop
Theatre. Bill Perry, Auctloneer.J284tpd call 431-1089. 12/8 2tchg shutters bric-a-
plane glass,
- Futura machine,
Starke S1J Acre.. Brick. ho... model, sewing does everything. top 12/29 12/15 bras .lawyer's bookcases. Prime commercial' property Tuck's Drive In on
CH/A. 3 BR. 2 Bath automatically." Need CHICKEN HOUSE EQUIP: etc. Sunday only 10 a... 301 South. Also CB 7000 sq ft. building at 41* E.
(193,400. someone in Bradford County 2300 ft. feeder guard, I egg to 4 p.m. 141 W. Madison. St., Brownlee. A lot of pace for a little)money.
grader lor breeders egg Starke.. Itchg 1Z/ 5
-- area to assume payments of HENLEY
DAY, EVENING A (12.82 per me. or pay baskets. 1200 It. of curtain Four acres with :3 BR frame home 2 wells mobile
hemmed. I cooler I
WEEKENDS balance of 28314. Ideal unit egg
home site, outbuildings $24,500.
P...... 7823806FbriUnd Christmas. priest 964-7084. cart. 964-6861. Itchg 12/1 ELECTRIC BRASINGTONCadiJiac

GEORGE ROBEBTS.JB. Itchg. 12/15 Oldsmobile Two story' gracious older home on Madison In good
Roe. Real Estate Broker GUITAR: Used, Yamaha.da COMPANYRaiford
; repair with! huge rooms and a beautiful large lot
struts. Like. Sales & Service
964-7S26 ; aow, tags
Realty PIANO ACCORDIAN: A stOlen. S95. Phone 473.2475. 431.1700 with! a secluded back yard. Only (24,700.
)U Merit Ttmels Ave Paola Soprani la good llchg 12/15 FineSeZectionOf Used

STAKKI. FLOBIO* 391 Temple Ave.. condition. 250. 964-8191. Christmas Cars Taken On Bachelor Special: New 1 BR, CBhome. 1 acre In
Starke. Fla. Itpd 12/15 "
MINK STOLE AND HAT: Cadillac Trades country completely furnished, also sleeping
Office 964 7700
DESK TOP COPIER Small Tourmsline. Phone 4733325. Specials quarters In frame bldg. only $22,500.
-- ---- : 2001 N.W. 378-5301
(dry, 2-ateu ). Excellent Itpd 12/15
OPEN SATURDAY condition process, name copy On Mobile Home GAINESVILLE Peace and quiet In Earlton,4 BR,2 Bath, CH-A fireplace .

MORNINGS paper. faclnded. Ir... 200. AIR CONDITIONER II $30,109. Owner will consider financing.
2 BR frame ...... Ueoustry months old. 29.000 BTU;
.a 1 acrea with 1S 100'xlOO let sad lidO 9647521. luhg. 12/15
(173. Phone 9644165. Itpd Cece/ioT/
ecelle. trailer .la city, good con 12/15 LIMEROCK Terwillegar!/$
-- dition. TANK AND m
... I bath kUck .b.... Is -- -- HEATER: 150 ,.1., excellent HOME NEW LOCATIONI
Saratoga Heights. S acres m sky, Ideal. for ..."Itlea. 964-6511. HOUSEHOLD ITEMS FOR SALEAll. 205 N. TEMPLESTARKE.FLORIDA
-- --- ............. 612 E. Washington. St. Itchg furniture clothes.. Th.,.., SERVICE POLES
Frl.,and S.t.611 N. St. Clair
Two lOuvre tracts very 12/15 REALTOR PHONE
...._."... jest .ll SR 11 10 acres j j't. ar... St. 964.5053. Itpd 12/15 100 AMP E. TifUrUwttf .. 964.7776
paved read.. 100' lot Ysoja -soa Lake. BIRD DOG Pointer not gua 170"
shy.. .Likes. &. hunt. Needs
t lots Lake.
3 BB brick .'Ua 1 *b.tk Ia on- -Hampton--- training. I ,r. old. 533-2366. HOWLE'S CARPET _200 AMP_
town. 12/15 tcag. 12/22 FOR SALEWsrtUagtea
3 BR 1 .bath block. b... .kt FOR SALE SEVERAL ITEMS ZLR Springs.
Stark City Limits.'large -- -- ---- suttee, 55 gal. aquarium. W frs hpenlue. 44.a-t1(7w l4wiiKinns Wooded property located .beside Wsmsa's Club Priced at
Eves. And Weekends wIth (900 down, balance. payable.
1 BR ...... I. City; 3 BR complete( ) doilbo.... 3 4 aiusAt (6,000.. meatkly at 8 1/2
4BR, frame .......' H... In Last.7.lMare.t.d Bight ......., organ, ..r...... ..1..., Sk.ilel. .( The W.Ue He Market payment percent Interest 6400. for 10 years. Approximately monthly
LR. family reeos. an tea
---- 321 Butler Terr. Follow
.e.... just efl 8R It. In farm farmland alp. oft 100 W. Pb... 964- '
24"Claude .. LHe
er semmerdalproperty. 5610. Itcag. 12/15
'Ml North, BB, LB.T. CaB ... Ideal for business. type structure Mala street kwaUon,

... It_..... tea Mr**. ----- PIT BULL PUPPY 6 ski. Howle Have ZOO foot frontage with cersor property, Owaor
motivated &. sale Terms negetiakU. 0... 11a.... _
and equipment. Coed -
301. .
jtracter property en eld. female. (30. Ph... 431- > Croat
---- 1191 after 6 P'". Itchg 12/15 RL 2. Box 85-C opportunity.
'Several: _..r.1aJ lets MJ Paeae 964 7700
301. 'Vera.P.OdomB.g. Starke 964'!6884 NEAT AND ROOMY
.Real Estate Lovely well.kept homo 1 block. off Main St., J bedroom, t
It Mr.7 lad 1 BR CB Broker SHAMROCK PEST'CONTROL b.tb.G..ui.e. ....11...*/. carpet.. formal dialog rm.Largo

V ..... with, family reesa 2bath. E..... 964-ft47f screened porch, utility r.... Yard completely I... la.
.. CH/A. West ..1Lawtey. ----- GARAGE SALE COVMIRCIAL b MJIDINTIALTttMITI Owaor anxious. to sals.. Call for ap$.to see.4(41116 .-
Pearl AndrewsAssociate 301 8.near Arell.r.T..... Fseerel H...
GEORGE ROBERT 9647739Janet Saturday.Dee.IT Urea t te 9

.... Real Estate ........ -- -- Hems include. little girls cletkmg abea from lafant te 5. JANE fNER 49C-K03

Phone 4-78tt StarlagAseeelale nursery accessories, a variety of bouseaeld' Items assorted. Call 473-4969 P. O Box 766 I Main St. Reglatered Real EstateBroker L.Butlerr

78I48M _e.. wear and ...._r.... and] some .1..IIa._ Moms.AH Kcyston* Shop Hwy. 21 I IC.,._ Heights, Florida
HOPFN Saturday'A.M. -- in excellent.. ....1..... Dent& B.A Should Have 't"r


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LEGALS SPORTATION Plaintiff, dams. their Commence on the West line Association of Starke n/k/a/ A.E. Paver IV, Trial AMNtiey JI

-V8- unknown spouse, heirs, of Section 29, T-7-S, R-21-E at Guaranty Federal Savings and (19041) '-2611. : Eaves all

| IN THE CIRCUIT PAT WASDIN, et al.. Defen- devisees, legatees, grantees, I point 1261.3 feet Southerlyfrom Loan Association of Gainesville.You on or before the 6th day of Brownie Troop No.- 127 had even if we the were spread
COURT OF dants. creditors, lienors, or :lather-. the NW Corner thereof: February, A.D., 1978 and file their Investiture last Tuesday throughout parade.
FLORIDA IN AND FOR THE partiesclaiming by, through, thence South 77 degrees 33'10" and each of you are the original with the Clerk of the under the leadership of Mrs. The Opera Company of N
CIVIL COUNTY ACTION OF NO BRADFORD, NOTICE OF HEARINGTO under, or against any such East 41U 85 feet to the beginningof hereby severally notified that the above styled Court on said date, Barbara Cain at Starke Jacksonville"Hansel will and present Gretel" at i

: SHOW CAUSE deceased defendant or a curve concave Northerly plaintiff filed its sworn Complaint to show cause what right, title, Elementary School. New opera
NOTICE OF SUIT defendants, and all parties having a radius of 1909.86 feet, together with its interest,or lien you or any of you Brownies include Annajean the Civic Auditorium Janet on y .lo
having or claiming to have any thence Southeasterly, East and Declaration of Taking in the have in and to the property,described West. Barbara Mosley, Sylvia !
STATE OF FLORIDA right title, or Interest in and to Northeasterly along said curve to Kimutis has tickets so if you i.'
THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: above styled Court against you In said Complaint and Thornton, Nicky Mon her call. "
DEPARTMENT interested
OF a
TRAN- the property described In the through a total central angle of and each of you as defendants show cause if any you have, tgomery,Sandi Cain and Sheri are give I
Complaint, to -wit: 14 degrees t 02 distance of should be The cost is $3. A really great .
The unknown heirs, devisees, a seeking to condemn the above why said property not Cain .
WB' !! 467.78 feet to the end of said condemned for the uses and All 16 in this will opportunity, try to go. '
t Drilling!!!! legatees, spouses, and creditors described property located in girls troop Also have Girl Scout
...... ..... SECTION 28060-2506 thence North 88 we
of Mario Campanella, deceased curve; degrees Bradford County, Florida, by purposes as set forth in the meet with Junior Troop No. Calendars for sale at the cost
2" thru 6" Residence Unknown PARCEL STATE ROAD 18 24'41" East 368.74 feet; thence Eminent Domain proceedings. Complaint filed herein. If you fail 605 to learn songs and help the
of Janet has them also or
*107R.If BRADFORD COUNTY South 00 degrees 10' 19" East You are further notified that to do so, a default will be en- Juniorswith a badge. They also $1. call, \\.

Fast Rotary said defendants are living, 33.01 feet to the Southerly rightof the plaintiff will call up for tered against you for the relief have been busy making cardsto give All me troops a met Tuesday at '

and if any or all of said defendant DESCRIPTION way line of State Road 18 and hearing before the Honorable demanded in the Complaint. take to the Starke Nursing the Starke Nursing Home for

Drilling Equipment or defendants are deceased PARCEL NUMBER 107-R the Point of Beginning; con Wayne M Carlisle one of the WITNESS MY HAND AND Home Wednesday they caroling. This was a neighborhood .
the unknown spouse, RIGHT OF WAYA tinue thence South 00 degrees Judges of the above styled SEAL of said Court on the 9th visited the Starke Fire De service Thanksto j
lICENSEC heirs devisees, grantees 10'19" East 9.59 feet to a point Court on the 20th day of day of December, A.D., 1977. partment. project.
.u.e eee..n, creditors Manors, or other parcel of land In the SW/4 of on the arc of a curve concave February, A.D., 1978, at 10 Cadette No. 520 enjoyed all who participated. I f ru'

F ampm! parties claiming by, through NW 1/4 of Section 29, T-7-S R- Northerly having a radius of o'clock A.M., in Chambers, at CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT PUTT PUTT last week even : {

.... under, or against any such deceased 21-E more particularly describedas 768944 feet, thence from a the Bradford County Court- COURTBy the damp weather didn't spoil r ,

New & Used defendant or defen- follows: tangent bearing of South 89 house, Starke, Florida its : Beulah M. Moody, Deputy the fun. After caroling
degrees 04'23" East run Southeasterly application for an Order of Clerk Tuesday they enjoyed a

SalesPartsServicqEZ East and Northeasterly Taking in accordance with its 12/154tchg 1/5/ Christmas party at the homeof

along said curve through an Declaration of Taking heretoforefiled Carmen Eaves. Their & 4j9Theodore :I

TermsPlumbing angle of 1 degree 38'20" a in this cause. All parties to leader Mrs. Gwen Gray ,
distance of 219.94 feet; thence Artichokes have a nutty flavor assisted in .
this suit and all other interested serving.A
Maintenance MechanicsFlorida North 00 degrees 10'19" West and cause any food or drink '
parties may appear at the time big thanks to all the scout
.. 16.10 feet to the Southerly rightof and place designated and be taken afterwards to taste troops who braved the
Steel currently hat openings 'for
way line of State Road 18, heard. sweet. weather last Saturday for the
New Installation qualified mechanical and electrical thence South 88 degrees 24'41" Christmas parade. Troop No. Roosevelt set a '

maintenance mechanic Salary $5.42 West 220 feet to the Point of AND 605 had a terrific float and handshaking record on .
hour higher depending on qualification Beginning. REGISTERLP New Year'i Day 1907.( when 'r
Remodeling per or Each defendant is hereby required several I Brownies rode in pick.
*. liberal l Company benefit Containing 2941 square feet, to serve written defenses, ups. A real good showing he ihook 8,513 hands.

RepairsIpurrance and opportunity for advpncsment. Apply more or less. if any to said Complaint on: GAS

in pertoniFLORIDA OWNED BY: The unknown DEPARTMENT OF TRANS- 308 S. Thompson St.

:i STEEL CORP. heirs dlvisees, legatees PORTATIONPost Office Box 1089, Lake City 964-5888 MOBILE HOME FAULKNERE \

spouses and creditors of Mario Florida 32056 c/o District Two SPACE HEATERS
PUMPS & SUPPLY Campanella, deceased. Attorney, ((904)) 752-3300 Ed L. 40.000 BTU Gas 1129.32 PARKINSIDE m A
SUBJECT TO: Interest of Enes
Bush BTU Oil
59,000 212.75
Direction Tee> NnMm4 e9O Nlghtwy
and Joan
Campanella, a
COMPANY Went .. YeUew Water ...*. Watson 15.000 Gas 74.53 'Walk foBodorllSqvore motion L
and James E.
Watson ,
STATE OF FLORIDA DEPART- 24"Gas Range $197.05 Downtown
864 N Temple Ave ..... oppnfe.By+,...q/p her husband. 126 S.Water. St.
Book Stnrke,Florid.
recorded in OR
Mortgage Office of 130 Per Month
Starke Legal Operations Home Delivery Of 964.5065
95, page 142 in favor of First Haydon Bums Building, Cylinder A Bulk Gee AD City ConveniencesFire YOPENSATURDAY

964-7061 Federal Savings and Loan Tallahassee, Florida 32304, c/o ,Police Protection
Cityi: Gal,Water end ,.J

Sewer 10em.3pm.Handy .

I FOR: S2' WE GIVE YOU 3OOOO READERSIN Jo-Lu 964-8810 Motel men Special.: Frame

house on approximately
3/4 acres. 4500. r >
---- --
THE TRI-COUNTY AREA 3 BR 1 bath frame .bone
/IB on large lot la town ,.
appliances Included
REALTY 116,500 food torn, owner

621 North Walnut St.
71/4 Acre, 11,500..11.200
OF ANY KIND: No II POSITION i for all IMPALA 1966 Chevy. 4 1 BR. REAMES HEATER Every4.no le Incurable! Starke,Florlde,32091 down :
Job too email or too big. male. .0rrectloa.II..tJt"tlo.. door PS PB good running. apt., TV. A/C. utllKlee Included CLEANING AND REPAIR: Immediate coverage by 9646162Formerly I
for. condition, 300. Phone 964- totally. .I..d. Whiter phone" JOE USHER A J.Thomae ,
Phone 964 5452. Itpd 12/15 Recruiting applicant 1*coming.It*time to 21.4 beautiful aerea with 3
R'g. ..r.. II poiitloa. Requirement 6653. Itpd 1J/, weekly, monthly ,rete. have your .boater) and AGENCY 4962126' or 496- Real Estate BR I bath home, excellent
) Include graduation TEMPLE MOTEL, 880 N. furnace cleaned sod 2903 ---- condition, 3 car garage.
DISABLED VETERAN If: from accredited school 1977 F150 FORD RANGER Temple, Starke. Phono 964- 'checked. Call Jr. Reame LADY WANTSHOUSEWORK 100 South One acre lots, workshop. ,chain link lencoCan .

WQ1 allowed clean to out keep your garage the unwanted of .u......, 1 yr. nursing PICK-UP. 20,000 188... 400 7357. 12/8 4tpd 12/29 today. 782-3326 or 9648962. four daya.Phono roildentlnl. and. mobile, bo bought with 1. 4
junk. 4732406. experience, and certified as engine, 4 A 2 Berrell carberator. 7tpd 964- 716. 12/8 2tpd owner Bs.aing.2:5acr.s aero and .here, or aa a 20
an RN In Fin. Salary range Henderi, nuto.tranemlaeton 12/15 :' aero tract
tf/Chg $10,105 to (13,321, aerially power FURNISHED APT. three WATCH JEWELRY with. septic tank, ---
Interested. ... apply to Urge private culvert and water, readylor BR double wide Mobile
p.r. steering, power brakes air room en REPAIR .ddlnlll..It.U.a. NEED CASH? We 3 ,
WANTED: Heed. ....frlll r' Personnel UCI P.O. Box conditioning AM/FM 8trnck trance ntilttln ........d. and engraving. Keystone ,plckupa and truck buy junk Joe mobile. '0... Financing homo with 5 acroo 17000.
care .
tore, waehera, etovo In 221 Ralford, Fla., 32083. tttreo, roll bar, Inquire nt 603 E. Washington Jeweler 11/3 tfn Shaw, Ray Pettlt 496.2 IS) available! Hampton area, Good tar....
good condition Phone Dah- 4311212. ext. 214. Itchg Avo. Itpd 12/ SR325.
Grllguard and KC Light or 496-2829. 8/4 tln/chg' ----
--- --
mer'a Dlaeout. at 964-7923. 12/15 12x15 RWL Tb-o A Chromeapeke BRADFORD SEPTIC 11/3 acre with doablewide
'_ ___ .. r 100' lake frontage Iota nt
wheel, also chrome TANK SERVICE Residential INSURANCE and acroen porch
REPAIR MAN Wanted. bed rail. Call Steve KINGSLEY :AKi'APiT"2BR. pump-out. 40. Fast Agency, F.r..... Crosby Financingarranged. furnished. beautifully, yen r
USED PIANO: for beginnerto eomeone to repair a eereeo. Thomas. 964-6246 or. after. 6 ,LR,dl.I.II.r.., electric. service ......te.d. Phone and Uolere Bank Building, --- -- mast see this te ap
learn on. Phono 431.1387 door experienced, wood p.m. 9647385. kitchen" ,plenty. of eloeet and 964-8121. 4tpd phone'496.ZIIU.L.ke Butler. Mobile home preciate.Come .
after 6 p.m. 12/8 2t.hIl12115 frame. Call Keystone, 473- cupboard space,oil heat,AC. 101t! ".".. near ---
418 Itpd 12/15 FORD COURIER 1974. good .lake and dock privilege No MAINES, INSURANCE! i Keystone with access to see .. for 301
EXTRA Y condition, AC AM/FM. 8 pet). Yearly rental.. Phone AGENCY.- South Lake ROCKENSTEIN TREE Hutcheeon Leko. Commercial. property
FOR CHRISTMAS WE3U.XJPpbUehomeenileo CETA POSITION) Clerk- track. CB radio .black la- 533.2952. Avenue. Phone .496-397. SERVICE. Pecan, trees: ---- North and South..

; \ and: v'CTosidf' -.muat v' be Bradford"'"" ....lor..:bl....,utedo,,, mud, .- IM. ...... .. ...... e. Phone lortwot* en .eato- removing tope of Urge tree 'F.Delano Thomas. ---
Ithe.. fete up or d.ltter. } reMdent. unemployed and. meow tires, 32,000 mile. mobile. homo, bond,, sod wlll'decreeee possibility'.' Beg.. *6U E.Ate. Plenee call ne today to Dot 4
OLIN'S MOBILE HOMES. 15 out of the peat 2000. 964- 801l. 2tchg 12/22 Bnalneo Location Hwy 21, commercial Ineurance. 3/17 limb breaking. and increase Broker your property for .....
Hwy 100 Weat.Open 7 day 20 ....... Must .bo able ta KH 1400 Square ft. lot NehgI new growth,yielding n more Office --- -
n week, phone 4-5606.. pass Slate Typing Teat BUCK' LIMITED 225: '74, 100x165. toned BB SEWING MACHINES productive nut crop. Free 9646162Evening PaulH.FaullinerKtallor
tfchgMISCELLANEOUS High school graduate sad. excellent condition, new residence or. buamou.(275month. REPAIRED nil makcleaned .. eetfanatee. Phone Gainesville. .
have 1 yr. experience In 3737989. TREE TRIMMING )
radial tire Wit trade dnwnfor
l ailed sad
s clerical. Held. Apply at Fla.State KEYSTONE HEIGHTS adjueted. REMOVAL STUMP 533-2210
[ Employment ServiceIn atntlon wagon or pick up. REALTY 473.2614 7.Work guaranteed JamesStrlcklaad REMOVAL, FERTILIZING. L.Faulkner
Bnker. 964-7143 Itchg
D. of
corner MargieRoad ASSOCIATESSteve Evtningt514
the Old Courthouse. Itchg 12// 9tpd 1/26
12/15 and Hwy 16. tf/chg- Simmons Susan M. Bahkea
12/15 MOBILE HOMES: 2 sad 3
CAT F,.. to good
"homo FREE Black and white DODGE VAN 1975. .318 bedroom In country, fur ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS CASH FOR GOLD: Sterling Eve.964-5881 Evnmql 964.6171. .
P.B. AC. CB nl>hed. Phase 9646114. Jewel ry. dlnmoode, coma
male. cat loveable, neutered. engine. P.8. : Phone 964-6894 or Harold
1/15 dental. WU risk Eppe Veda Settle
for AM/FM radio 12/15 4tchg yen
ask awl
964- 078. 964-7619. "/.h.
Phono Becky or Mr. Jack MB.Itchg CKotombed. Interior 3300. anywhere. Ph... Mf.Rlttman. Eve.964-6616 Eveai... M4-5944
12/15 MOTORCYCLESHONDA 964-8165. Itpd 12/15 3 BEDROOM Mobile Home VACUUM CLEANER REPAIRS 4751089. 12/1
1 In country, furnlehed. Phone ) 'All make, air Sung 12/29

CB125 1 old. 1976 TORINO: Two dear 964- 861. Itchg 12/15 model Starke Sowing
650: mile. Excellent yr. 16,000 mile. original owner, Ce.ter,215 Eat\ Cal Street BILL'S SAW SHOP Con
Only AM/FM. PIS, P/B, A/C. phase 964- 312. 4tpd. plete eharpenlng* service,
ii:B condition. Good Christmas Sale
1395. 473-4010, Like new. 13.500.lIrm.' FOR RENT 2 BR trailer, circular, bend, carbide,
buy ,{/... Powell, chain, mower blade hollow
BRYAN Keyetoao. 12/8 2tpd 12/15 Ph... 473: .2733. ideal for couple. Ray SALES AND SERVICE *S7?
and balanced. Leave
ftA" 496-3377. 12/15 Itpd CB Commercial marine. ground fePnTEOLIN'S
aviation, FCC Licenced. at Jackson Building Supply

Real Estate 1974 HONDA CT 70 Road 76 BRONCO 4 WD 1500 FOR RENT 2 BR unfurnlahed Radio Communication.Hwy Stnrke or. Keystone Height. ,

and trill bike Good condition. mice, 302 V.8, PS, Power. ".".., clean.. 100 W..t. 4962254. 11/23 tl/chg DISCOUNT WAREHOUSE
2'17 N Temple 195. Phono 473-4875. Din. Brakes, 3 Speed on email, m. Ralford Call 431- 3tpd 12IfTODDLER'
964-8788 K.yrtono Itchg 12/15 Floor 2 Speed Tranefer 1044. 12/15 2tpd 12/22 CRAVER RUG AND a
OFFICE: OPEN ALL Caee.AuilUry Fuel Tank, with Sead,'* Toddler Center, for Good work at low pr...... Hwy 100 W. Starke, Fla.
SUZUKI OF STARKE year hid Plate, big tire, front 1 BEDROOM Mobile Home hiformatlon" call 984-8532.: Most front room. dining -
DAY SATURDAY anthnriied Suzuki denier.Phono end guard K.C. Light, on L.... Geneva, faraiohed. 12/15 2tchg 12/22 room and hall, *24.95.
9646020. 1640 South tender. flare, Burgundy A CH/A. (125 plus utllitl*. Phone G'vllle, 3789221.
SUN B.YAPPTMENT Walnut (1301 South In White SV500. Can bo .... 473-4149, K..ta... Itchg BABYS1TT1NGWII1bnbyilt 11/24 Stpd 12/23 Has New .I-L
'Starke.! "/.... s" nt Cardie Br... 301 S. or 12/15 In my homo for ---'
20 Acre with 2 BR house call 468-2820. tl/... working mother. Call 782- 'CoonPRl : PAID fee
...d. Cloee I.. need mobile ...... If
tinlahlng. "*'"'' 3141. L..t.,. Itchg 12/15 '
----- FOR RENT" MOVE to Olta. Mobile mortgage I. 3/4 paid or Stoves ;
5 Acre with 4 BR brick Homo Part .. Hwy. 121 In BABYSITTING: Working 180... OLIN'S MOBILE i
home clam. la. BOOTS I Lake Butler.. We win move mothers' ,leave your 0.2 year HOME SALES. 964-5606. -
----- DUPLEX APAKTME.NK!: your taglo wide only, no old children with me while Open 7 d.,. weekly, tf/ch' From
Commerlclnl. 301 In .It,. AT TWo B.dr.o.fiirnlehed. eipando or double wldoi yon work. Excellent car.
Over 400 ft. frontage. P...... 9645951. 12/8 2tchg pleat Wo will block, anchor plenty of love 9647175. FOUND
----- Carradine'sWRANGLER 11/15 ., hook-up water. andewer. Itckg' 12/15 LOST AND
1 acre to 100 acre. Lowtey ..Yon per ..., (30 per $12095
..... Low down payment, month for lot rental. For. SEPTIC SILVER YORKIE mall,
owner financed. DINGO WATERS more Information call OHn'a male. tan face sad loot.Anewera .
TRAP clennout, new line,
---- Mobil. Home Salei. Hwy. to Cisco. in
New 3 BR. 2 Bath CH/A. ACME BULLDOZING 100 W., Stnrkn, 964-5606. ....0..1.. Joe Fornth. H.mpto..1300 reward. ..k
carpet on one acre wooded JUSTINOur Open 7 days n ....... 12/8 4311022. All business nppreclnted. for Donna. Phone 475-1748 I

lot ontelde of clt,. price and *Bulldozer Work. t"". 3/31: tln/chg or4751325. Itchg 12/15 In Asst. Colors II I
----- arealwaye
20 Acre in Raiford area.Some the Large or Small
fenchig, timber., and BESTIBelts FOR RENT Lost one black and white
*Land Fill GARY'SDECORATING male. hound at Hwy. 16, 3miles
pnatnro.Silver eBes. THE HOUCKAPARTMENTS830N.TmeleAve. north of Starke. Nameon

Sand---Lake--. ] 3 BR n 8.56 *PondsWILBUR collar, K. Griffle. Please 1 ; New

lern.'lLed! ...".. en AD Leather. Star he,Fin. SERVICE call 964-8781. Itpd 12/15 ; ell 1

beautiful lot with adjoining WATERS -- --- in Wall Papering ....
CARRADINESLEATHER Wo Specialize LOST Small beagle, f. .
acreage available. SHOP "l-N/t 1 Bedroom,...- no collar. Missing. emeo Dee. i
Of All
Type .
---- nlebed. o..t. Tm 14'
Lawtev Florida. 880 w. Madiaon St. SIa"' 3 In Brooklyn Bay .r... 473-
Reedy for building or 782-3400 with Air Conditioning. Paper Vinyl Foil Mylar, 3372. Itpd 12/15
mobile home One lot
: aero Or m-JSn
Qraaaclotti! Fabric. Etc.
jnt off 301 North. Well Ample ParkaRest.ursatsad. 4)ipapu0"p..AANNOUNCING -- "
septic tank and Kghtpole. Including Commercial.' Cubic
13000. WithinWdklrgDiassee Interior a Exterior Punting
Pro= -' i'J
Evening and V\.....ad.: ..NO... 1 Iva' HOME.HEIGHTS ----- Free Estimates ------
feALPH BR"AS-ge... 6208 KEYSTONE 475-1957 473-4139 W. F. "Sonny"ANDREWS Ft.

Realtor HOME AND 4AC. -
Between K.It_ sad.
,ART PATRA"-" : -2039Saleaman A REALTYEH Stnrhe. Secluded off Frost
paved ,..... 30000. p 1
WAYNEUOt'GLAS-: REALTOR .J1a A Jaxldcrtny F; ; As TheMoorMan's

9644393Salesman: SAUS '- CLUB ESTATES 3 BR \ Free
RENTALS_ MLS I 2 Bath, C.r..r Lot CH/A u.s. 301 3 Mile North Of Lewtev pf FeedjjRepresentative
WAV Carpet. Scr..dpor"

I LIST vTlfn I'SJl. (32.000.- Expert Mounting Animals & Fish' 1 RefrigeratorsIn
--- ----
\ And
BY .. Public Invited To View Dliplay Of Mounte In Shope For Bradford
YOU 200' HWY
NEW HOME. 1400
BeforeYou 100 next to Lake G..... ft. 3 BR IVlBlth- wilklngdletaneo .q. Assorted. Colors $ A "I A 9 5
Poet Office Ideal bnnlne. to echeol. nndateree. White Tail Deer Mounts Union CountiesFor :

location. Out(tending. Buy BOW sad : Neck Mount."SS*.

Buy A ...,t..t.. 33500.: Lot ef term .color.....*. 28000.your. carpet s.davailable. Shoulder Mount 93"w Service Call Open 7 Days A Week At, I 9OHM'S

-------- Phone 782-3547 All Work Guaranteed 485-1709


Home T7 .i2! prt<- 'f.... 20'000 i. Brooker
-. k. C. ... 1
CH/A. VoV'S.1;! .ule. JiS0 te4a,. pack CONFEDERATE GUN SHOP ,
Sec $41100 4US' E. Call St. Stark, Fla. SALES .

John KEYSTONE HEIGHTS REALTY *GunsmithlnQ *Shooter's' ': Supply JfoonMans
Jamee E.Powel Realtor. ALSO AGENT FOR' "Hwy 100 W. Starke.


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Claus rode on the first place float- by TC&Y. 1 Church. I I

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parade participants turnedout of Homes, Jr. ROTC Color 11'" \
Saturday for the annual Guard, BHS Marching Band, '
Starke-Bradford County BHS Varsity cheerleaders,
Chamber of Commerce Bradford County Teenage ttJO.
Christmas Parade. Volunteers, Brownie Troop r,, .,. ,
Hundreds lined the main 683, Morgan's Beauty Shop, ; "
avenues of Starke to watch as Starke Christian School, Vo- i yl.p 7
43 entries went by in one of the Tech Horticulture, Lawtey 4- ): ,/,
largest parades ever. H, Methodist Church Florida l' I
Float winners based on State Employment Service,
originality, artistry and ap- Shamrock Pest Control,
pearances were first place, Rescue Unit. Union County l'j t
$30. TG&Y with Santa Claus Middle School Band. Cub
and Strawberry Queen Lisa Scouts, Hampton 4-H, l'l j
Mitchell riding; second, $35, Hampton Christian Academy,
McDonald's; and third place, Gatorland CB Club, St. Edwards
$15, First United Methodist Catholic Church,
Church. Piggly Wiggly ROTC, Cedar ,l
Chamber director Bill Key Seafood Festival Queen, ,,
Wilson all the Community Arr
praised parade Brownie Troop 311
participants and said each of Day Care Center,
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the four judges were put in a Surplus Property, Brownie I'
position where they had to Troop 127 McDonald's, :1
choose from all the wonderful Smokey Bear, Douglas 4-M,
fr floats" said Wilson. "I wishwe Union County High School i
$ could give prizes to all the Band, TG&Y, Starke 4-H. Joy
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CUe r 1 in the paradewere ford Roping Club, The Little .j
: The Starke Chief of Women's Club, and the Starke :,
Police. City of Starke! Fire Shrine Club.

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Community News. 'JI:. : ? Starke Elementary I t ,

The classes which participated wish you the Merriest" The I .
were Mrs. Deborah program ended with Laurein I ,?wl'h'
by Elizabeth Walker JIT. IMSGAII A.M: .E. FIRST HORN: CHURCH! Patrick Mrs Ann Baker. Slocum leading the audience
I Phone 116) 1-6I1K:1: CHURCH: Wednesday 8 Tuesday 7:43 Service I aits
p.m. : Prayer ; Mrs., Maurice White. Mrs. and performers in "Silent I
DELL CHAPTER( 168 Choir Rehearsal, Sunday Friday 7:43: Tarrying Service; Charolotte Hoffman and Mrs ;Night.; I I
I)I.E.S.: Chapter will not meet School, 10 a.m.; Morning Sunday School, 10:30: a.m., Evelena Kitties Before the program a short I

Sneeting December will 22.be held The next Worship 11 a.m !Morning Worship 11:30: a.m., The program was also givenon +1t 1t'l'w 1tf business meeting was held.
January YPCW 6
p.m. : Tuesday and Wednesday Starting January 2. student
h2 at 7 in the : ;:' \
Masonic Jm''IZIItPTIST
: Worship 7:43: ,
p.m mornings for all classes in the will begin collecting Campbell .. %
tall\ Urownlee Street. All.nembel's Tuesday Bible I
on 7pm. Study: G1UTERLLE:'" school. Santa Clause was one Soup labels forI/ school
are asked to be Thursday Prayer Meeting CHAPELMEi: : : Christmas of the main attractions at the proJect.
present. (>.:iup.m.: Sunday School 9:30: rehearsal Tuesday and evening perlormanace. Mr: Jockel announced alter r
JhmADFOHD! COUNTY u.m.a: Ilorningorship, 11 Friday, 3:30: p.m.; Sunday The others were a group of Friday's election, by the
IHKANCII NAACP:. will meet urn,: Kxeningorship., 6 School 10 a.m. Morning eight dancers "W'p students that the school'
December 20 at New Bethel pm. Worship II a.m need
littleChristmas''which colors would be gold; with
1 Baptist Church at 7:30:: p.m. Christmas rehearsal will be The Christmas program will ;!II included: Kellie Baldwin. black letteringand the mascot
AU member!? ure invited to held III l Ml. Pisgah AME be Sunday morning in the 11 Bonnie Geiger Amv Jo would be the Roadrunner.A f
jttend All\ members are Church The program will be a.m. service on Christmas Carter. Stacy Reddish bonna room count was then
i asked to renew. membership combined with both churches Da\'. The Public is invited Parado Marsenna taken with Mrs. Hoffman's
lords and new members are Christmas Eve: at 8 p.m, at FREK CANAX: TRUE: ._ Michelle Hall and Trieia class having the largest
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I invited to join.fllUtCIINKUS. Ml Pisaah ('lIl'H'IIJonday: prayer Lawson. number of parents! represented

band meeting. 7:30: p m.: Starke Elementary Schoolwas This class will be. re- The administration. f'acuitystall .
KETIIELCIIL'KCII: : Wednesday Prayer Meeting'!, proud to host the annual \I ardl'dI i Ih treats iron t the and students! of Staike
IIUUII OK GOD IN: Monday and Thursday::30 Tarrying Service: Friday intermural basketball tourna Dair.v Queen. Elementary School all loin
I ('lilt ls'r: Friday 7:11I::)(i pm,. Christmas rehearsal: Wednesday night regular service. Second ment 1 December Hth in '
togelher w ishmg> mi a \orvMoir
Pastoral and I'I'ayel' Sunday 7:10: Bible Study: and fourth Sunday Pastoral
p.m. Results of this! tournament .
ei solos Ih Chiistm.iK and .1happy
The l'Iasselmn'
\ll'I'eOUI1! by > grade >
I School l3i; ( a.m.;i Morning Sunday School. )10() a.m. Day.I between the 5th and (>th grade ta'idIonk: : "I'm Ceiling/' been busy making Christmas! :>;('w'I'I'!
\\orship. ll'M\ :: > a.m withMinister
schools is as follows:
Ta lor :Nut: Iin I Iris Christmas"and. wreaths for their paients.:
: > in charge; Boys: 1)) Stuike Elementary -
"I 1 saw Hie 1st grade would like tosa
M'\U\ p m with Sister Chiles 21> Southside ::11> Law ley, '
Displeased With Closed Meeting :Momnn, kissing Santa >' Tliankou to ..l.uksonHiiildmg
Jimnne Thomas in charge; 4)) I Hampton) B, ,oker. ( lause," Supply and Sonnv's TheressaIMIONK
Tufsdav night Bible Hand r Girls: I 11) Southside 21 j jSta..ke Frosty. the Snowman Fat Hoy's ar-B-Q. for
with Sister Hub) :Mae Fisher In I the first six months under rather than how Elementary, :31lampIon. giving
seeing they '
3.r played bv Dean Reddish and a oath ol us a bunk entitled: I1.'H'III'ite .\
in charge.I'Lh.N.1N'r the federal government-in- can meet the spirit of the ( 4)) Lnwtey, 3)Hrooker. ) 'horale Heading "Who"'as Book.Kindeigailen. ('ua-U\'U.I: : >(ll' "
: fiKOM-:
: the-sunshine law, over half of law, he said. '
done bv nine students: Kara Classes Iron : : it-2i.M: I
l'rnU1ITlIUlJlSl': : : : : all federal agency meetings Boys playing lor Starke YV Kidd. Loren Boone Tammy Sliiike F.lemonlary: will take IIOPKKAPTISTdlllUIIMnuki.v.
"Ever: I first and second were closed to the public and Elem. Darren Chandler
"The preamble of the law '
Thomas.! IJridgelt Skeen their annual llolidav held trip : .' School to a.m.\
Monday nUht is Young Adult press.Of clearly states that it is the Oliver Tyson Tony Diggs, Andreailliams., Michael to Orange I'lIl'kInll: to view TtxIdliTSorslnp \II a.m. Old
(Imir reheU-sal. T p.m. Every policy of our nation that John I i I David Francis. Edward: Alv.ireMelissa Hall Damn the Christ nus decorationsTliechildien ('hu'c h building \\orship II
'l"ul'l>day ut 7 p.m. Young 327 closed meetings. government Cummings Billy Kemtz. Ding. ,
decision-making( V O'Neal & 1lal'tLawson.. will havolunoh :1.i m. :New ( hul'ch.I'ninj: !
Junior J Choir rehearsal I: valid exemptions under the be open fo" the people. I'm Samons. George ('rews.l Other sons in the program McDonalds: ,;, tide up theescalator WIII'ship 7' 13 \\,'(hwsday
''luiMlav I'l'hl'III's..IIOI'' f Clmstinas law' were cited lor only lit.\ :) <>; alraid that policy hasn't sunkin .lrls playing lor Starke were "Joy to the World""Doodleoodie and down the class 1'iavrr :Mooting 7'::11I)(l p m\
ill 7 pili. Tliursdax' Itiblv them >et." Klein. Khoml.i Sapp. Kay Christmas elevator al Ive.v's Later. the Young I'I'IIpll'S'hllil' Sunday

studit 7 p 111.: SuiKl.is Allen. Tonia Uisby. Connie Song" "Santa Clans is ihildren will v isit Snot i (laus. ;3;-::111dull ('Imi!' Piaclic'fii.ln :
"l'llIlIlltI! a m. l.oxeleast Sorv Only 12 of 32 agenncs rules indicated that along ('arter.Ielissa: Burnsed coming to town." "Lei( 1 it and I'l'Iathl'ir Christmasw : Boil :Night Choir
ice :111'1\1111.I | holding closed mceti'. ..,!s with exploring agencies Lisha Long, Tracie 1 Dent on. snow', let it snow." and "We islios! l'I'adil'I'1':11I.' / : .
Ml. :MOKIUIcdmsda.N.l '. experience with the law, the
: bothered to cite .did Hobin Kent/ ;New; I.lie Bible Clnli rashI'ucslay
i. \pro.. I I'IMVIT meeting mid! exemptions, and they j.d< not hearings should renew the Score kl'epl'rSl'l'e: Jason a 111'1' ochllol at the old
IIlhll'tllll: \ FI'illa'Iwibt.- do so in all instaui.es.. policy of openness, find out Polk. Chuck Ciixxlowns, :MarkDoss. HOUSEHOLD HINTSby iliurch grounds in the lolling I
rehearsal al' why so meetings. arebeing .
IIMS ) 4 pm.: many 1 Sabrina Snell. Mary church
"undo)' schiKil' !'l.'10 ii in. This!! data compiled by the closed, uncover some ,Inn Thompson TIIKHKSSX: :
Minuingoiship.. II ii m Library of Congress was listed practices used to work around i iinMil lie tournament highlights might loucn m electrically
S. Yearta
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Mary brought in, cut the butt end
(.iti\nit: : 111-111I.1':11I'\1:: : :: today 'by U.S. Sen. Lawton the law and determine what was! the struggle between Your County Extension diagonally one or two inches! charged component hither;: 4-11 Club Illl..tlngs ciiih
I lit. l:IWIIA.: : TillTots\ > (Chiles ,,'helll'sal :Mimd.is 7'\11:\ make the law more effective Southside become:
; \pat oversight hearing on the girls. In one of the TREESIf the tree in a sturdy. stable electrically iharged. FIRKIlF.Pr.:
week' Prayer' KU'ClmiiTiu'silav sunshine law which was held final the score was and( touching the tree
games you are planning to buy a holder with a wide base For anyone The Vol. Fire dcpt. moots
7 :in: pm. Christ, ;November; 29 in Washington.Out tied Starke Elementary won natural tree the most important additional st-ibility for a large and u grounded object lit the each Third Tuesday the
uuis iolicaisil. II pin in (heIcllottslllp NAf?Ac in over time ((6.01. In a later safety factor is its tree, fasten it to the wall or same lime could receive a month. '
Ililll \\Clll'Sl.l\ ot 1.00.:) meetings held : n.atchup Southside pulled freshness. The higher the ceiling with thin wire from al severe shock. I'KRSON'AUS
I-IIMH-UP night at ":-'in:\ p' m Irom :March to September this N back to defeat Starke ":Iem. moisture content of the tree least two points. 'The only way to illuminate a The ladies of the community 4
(liiistni.il i rehearsal 7:111:: .u-ar. :aIIere):)! completely for the girls championship. the less likely it is to dry out Fill the holder with water metal tree safely is to use met Wednesday with Mary
Kndad. m Junior closed and 188 were partially Special thanks go to BItS colored Hood-lights .
pin p and become a serious fire until the cut line is covered placed indifferent Pearls .:xtt'nsiongl'nt I I-
riinir( !rehearsal, 1p.m.\ in Hit closed, the Library of student helpers for refereeing hazard. and keep the water at this areas of the room. Home Economics: for nor>'
U'llmliip luilliHlni'sd.i\' Congress told the senator. the game: Kenny Hampton Since the Hood-lights become ;
One way to insure that a level while the tree I is! in ,USP nice demonstration of
i-KM n-up night .it 7':III p m Chiles expressed dismaythat llichaela'i\ and Eddie tree is fresh is to cut it refilling\ it'ery day 1 if quite hot they should be (Christmas decorations ;all
1 riiilstniao )rehearsal 7NI:: a majority of federal l y / Aldridge. yourself. Tree farms are necessary.Set |H>sil limed where children enjoyed her man displavs
p' in I'l'idav. i Ii p in Junior agl'nl'm'etin s have been Over 80 students from the 5 within a short driving distancein your Ire up II i good cant come in contact with and interesting suggestions.For .
i Imir )iclii'.ns.il; Saturday, held behind closed doors most The first comic strip in a area schools participated in many locations. distance from any' heat thorn. an\one wishing to alteiul.we .
in pm ittli1 I ('hurchirlif.irs.il ol those apparently not newspaper was "Yellow Kid," the tournament. Before you buy a cut tree, source. Don't rely on any do- If you purchase a plastic meet the I lirt i Wednesday
Suis Ii iy is Pastoral meeting the requirements of which first appeared in the check it for freshness. Ther it-yourself external tree, it should be made of fire- of the month at 10 a.m. nt the 1
i.i\| suiulav !Srliml. !>In::! /n m. I he law Sunday color supplement of P.TOt IIRISTMXS are several things you can flameproofing treatments resistant material. This does community center.
Horning.. \\niship.\ I II I .1 inIIIIIIIT .. in 1897. PIUK.RAM: not mean that the tree will not
'It can only mean they are the New York Journal look for. Brittle branches and since they are virtually impossible There are still a lot of people
t I':.' \ 1 : The fourth graders burn, but only that it will not
IIIHUI 'U'limg
trying to get around the law shedding needles: are a sign of to apply correctly at sick in hospitals and homes I
\\iirslup. I i. in presented a program to catch fire easily. As with
p dryness fresh needles bent home. hope everyone will soon l III'
.. '" "':lilt "" :w.w.. 1iIIt ........,... ... "' ,"' ,,I parents direction Monday of night Deborah under between; the fingers won't Dispose of the tree when the heat natural trees. keep away from feeling better.
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break. Tap the tree lightly on needles begin to fall off in II anvonohasanv' news they
11t VVoodfm.! The event was the ground-if many needlesfall large quantities. This! is a sign would like for me to pul in the
r 6AX ..3.. formal for the performers and off, the tree is too dry. that it is becoming Theressa Column, pleas. t'all
& there were many lights anddl'cOl'atiolls Don't depend on a nice green dangerously dry. ;"" mo before Monday al 47.1. : :24.21:! .

made by with the third color-trees?may be sprayed Metal trees present no fire ; :: Thank you. .*.-..... ..
grade students the"KtnckmB .L art.pearance. .hayar.d.Jn.: themselves, gD .. .. -." -
*for the-tireplacr by- However. they can be I the : Rolls
S 1lrs.Iorton's! kindergarten When you bring a tree source of a serious shock Log
#-' class. home. keep it outside (lif ha/ard if electric lights are
iF1i A beautiful fireplace was possible) until you're ready to attached to the tree. Sharp In old China a registry was
made by Brewer the art teacher. Mrs. decorate it. Keep its base in metal edges may cut the cord kept listing all the local gods From Fireplace

Nancy water. When the tree is insulation; the metal needles incarnate. -
I 1 I Starke fireman answered a
call Sat.. Dec. 10. after a log
SMITH CORONA rolled out of a fireplace at. I the
''OQ5x7 home of !Millard Judd 1-7:!

CLASSIC 12 VISIT SANTA Lafayette St. causing aloud
Famous Sl.OOO: ( damage to the contents.
Fireman report there was
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Smith With Powerspace ;; 'I' .'I' CLAUS water damage to 'he Judd
r't home. They answered the call
f r 1 .. at I 1:50: p.m. and returned to
!: the station at 2:15: p.m after a

.. Corona $172 '" ..:.".. I =:- .''\ SATURDAY AFTERNOON FROM 2.5 P.M. ( '- clean-up.
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At A
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a Douglas K.: McAllister.
,m t District Director of the 1 l'S.>
Small Business! Administration -

PriceyouCanAffordSMITH Color With Folder in Jacksonville, iss,-..i u
: reminder tl1.lllhl' define; for 4
filing drought December ", rf77.
A $3 Thi-cugn Novmeber all, IS77.
Heavy Duty
CORONA \1'/ the Jacksonville District
Office of Ihe SBA has approved
MachineThatWill "lit: disaster' applications -
CORONET SUPER totalling $39,123IHHI.:! ( ) i
Disbursements totalling
Stand Up $12.900.000 have been made on

"IJ::;" j\ c I -404 loans
\ SBA may., under the
Jjf- Un d erHeavy loss disaster loan
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I" program make long term

$3015o/ ?- ,;.,"t'1U..Rt" } Office Use have loans suffered to those losses farmers due who to

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MFA. Code-6LEA '. Power Return t w loss suffered by the disaster
victim after deducting any
i from insurance
'. Christmas Treat collected or other recoveries
See These And Other VersionsAt % ; i from any other sources. In
addition. SBA has established
Lone SelietiM an administrative limit of J
The Office Shop $500,000 on these loans with

only the Administrator of SBA t
having authority to approve a
For The Men In Your Life May We Suggest . Free Bag Of Oranges loan in excess of this amount,
if he determines it necessaryto

t1'\Ous With Each Tree PvrehastNorman's SBA avoid may substantial limit any hardship.disaster

f a Attache Desk loan to an amount that the
& I I applicant can be expected to
Cross pen Cases Calendars\ repay. SBA can approve a
loan only when there is 1
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loan will be repaid.

Plus 10O's Of Other Items To Please Him . Farm direct The physical interest disaster rate on loansis SBA

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TELEGRAPH December 15. 1977
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I Spanky McLendon's "Deathwork" To 'Be Made-For-Television Movie 4 ,


Florida State Prison career in the prison system as M plans distribution of the film prison official of the '"old and he hopes approval fromIn
may guard, official and administrator ; theaters overseas. Carring school." He said no definite Tallahassee is received to 4 ',
be the scene for a NBC
soon made-for-television movie spanned 39 years. ton said he sees television in date has been set for the teleshoot some of the film inside
the United States vision movie but it could FSP. Studio crews will h
based the novel "Death- McLendon witnessed 114 as 10 times conceivably
Raiford native executions. more daring than movies. He be shown In early duplicate exactly the cells, s
work" by
James McLendon, better Published by Lippincott said television was the best summer. Carrington; expects death chamber and the "drr
medium for the film to shoot the electric: chair where the
"Deathwork" takes a look at the subject crews
known California locally based as "Spanky.screen four convicts one of them a matter because of the recent prison scenes in March after electrocutions will be

writer Robert Carrington was woman scheduled to die In //y; swing to entertainment type completion of the last draft by dramatized.
: Carrington said one of his
in Starke Friday and Saturdayas one day in the electric chair movies. the middle of January. He
of Mr. and after the death penalty has said the movie needs the JobsislobelancetheelementsCarrlngton
the houseguest
Mrs. R.P. "Mac" McLendon, been reinstated in Florida. said the actors reality of FSP and the look of in the book for the screen play,
getting the The hard-back published in have not been settled on yet, the approach to the prison. He keeping the story dramatic
Spanky's parents
visual of FSP and September, is sold out of the G although Curtis would like said everyone so far has been but truthful. The right tone all
Correctional impact Institute. first printing, a paperback is Burt Lancaster In the role of very helpful and cooperative the way through the story
Union Carrington said he took over scheduled for later public- 0J1'- Major John McPeters a as he gathered information must be set, he added.

100 photographs drew maps, ation. : ., ,_, ,.-- -- ,
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and taped four hours of Carrington book "wonder-praisedMclendon's .' ?," I "i
as AI"A r
conversation with guards a
written" with ,
Death Row inmate and FSP fully a Hemingway till
superintendent Dave Brier- quality. He said it would I P d Cu
be his for Dan
job, producer
ton, to experience the smell, McLendon
feel the atmosphere and hear Curtis, to take what has been Screen writer Bob Carrington relaxes: at the home of Mr. and Spanky
the sounds of the institution. written and tell it in the 96 Mrs. R.P.McLendon after a tour Friday of Florida State Prison '"
The younger McLenaon minutes for a television and Union Correctional Institute. .. ,' Christmas Hints
wrote the fictional book basedon movie. Carrington was in Starke to gather Information to adapt ." /0: \
the factual experiences of Curtis is also associatedwith James McLendon's novel "Deathwork" for a NBC made for : .
20th Century Fox which television movie. Glass Christmas tree ornaments
bin father 1\181'\ whose ,
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. 50 Clients Enjoy Christmas Program Sponsored By B-U HomemakersThe .' this recommended holiday season.for baby's diet

:: K Absurd statement? Of'

third annual The gifts were distributedby course. But not as absurd as
Homemakers Program Joe Kerrigan, in the guiseof \ you might think. Every
Christmas party for Bradford Santa Claus. Kerrigan is the Christmas season physicians
and Union county clients was advisor committee chairmanfor are called upon to give
held Monday. Dec. 12, at the the Homemakers. emergency treatment to small
Woman's Club of Starke The Suwannee River children who have swallowedbits
clubhouse. : Economic Council of ornaments and glass.
About 50 clients the elderly Homemaker agency provides Christmas is a time of
and handicapped, enjoyed a maintenance services for the Cattlemen Install New OfficersInstallation bright little lights on a tree in
luncheon sponsored by the elderly and disabled such as the parlor of shiny glass
Women's Club and a transportation, running ornaments and decorations, of
errands, and light glass filaments, of
Christmas cantata spun
presented of officers for the Bradford-Union Cattlemen's Association was held Thursday
for 120 clients. that sometimes have
by First United Methodist housekeeping the Center in Lake members and choice toys
Dec. 8. at Community Butler. Over 100 wives enjoyed lots
Church Choir. Some ofthe clients are sharp, rough edges, of of
steaks prepared by a committee from Union County.
homebound and were unableto candy, nuts and other rich
Gifts for each client were
attend the party.Homemakers Officers are l-r( ): Royce Joyner secretary-treasurer; Ray Norman, vice-president; Morris edibles.
Church donated Sunday by the School First,Baptist Dept. 5 receives : Brown Jr., president, and Tommy Hamilton past president.t02'8 These are part of Christ-

and the Starke Rotary Club. In federal state and local funds mas, and no one is suggesting
addition to the gifts each and is under the Departmentof there's anything wrong aboutit.
client received a Christmas Health ane Rehabilitative 'C 1 The American Medical
stocking of fruit to take home. Services. I1w 11 r1 r1 M 1 Ab1.1LSThLiJULV Association at this holiday

Bradford and Union County clients of the Homemakers season, however points out
Program enjoy lunch sponsored by the Woman's Club of Starke 4:138 \\UJI i once again that there are
hazards at the
Monday, Dec. 10. in the clubhouse.Telephone .. : East Call Starke 964.5890 Christmas safety season that aren'tencountered

L- .... __ 1'-- FOR HOLIDAY CELEBRATIONS. during the rest of
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ORDER EARLY turn a happy holiday into

CHRISTMAS $129 Ea'i i tragedy.-Check over your old
av, ..... strings ,of Christmas tree
lights and discard those th t

r3 FRUIT CAKESctr1n\ !:, ; or.Peels! !)...$19 are are worn very or small brittle. children If there

around your house discard

-ljt \, ., burnt-out bulbs with cautionso
A fij. COOKIES Plain And Fancy, baby can't get at them.
I 1 -Keep the glass ornaments
r '>" S" Even Pfeffernuesse And Springerles '). and filmy glass "angel hair"

Joe Kerrigan, as Santa Claus, passes out Christmas gifts and y :out of baby's reach. The into ornaments
crumble readily
wishes to clients of the Homemakers Program at the annual CHRISTMAS CAKES -

I Christmas party Dec 10, at the Woman's Club. -..".' 'l/" 'sharp-Make blivers.absolutely certain

DINNER ROLLS Bu erflake, Cloverleaf, Parker ", :that based no paint toys coated are included with lead-in

House, Hard Rolls, And Potato Rolls 3 ;Santa's pack. Lead poisoningis
a danger should the child \.
'chew on the toy,. Almost all
r SPECIAL PIES WHEN ORDERED manufacturers now avoid

; ..vc.tC tft1 '4R2 tC 'dangerous paints.


T erwi ear Motors

206 W. Madison Starke Florida 964-7200

Yr New 78

Cable CutIt e

0 took Gary O'Steen. above,a day and a ha If to splice this 50 Ford Pick-Up
pair telephone cable cut by the Department of Transportationon 1 I
US-301 just north of Lawtey on Nov.28.
DOT was digging a culvert when the mishap occurred, putting
Lawtey without telephone service for about two hours.The local
office of the Continental Telephone Co. had service restored Going TO
within two hours by installing a new 216-foot cable between two
,cam pedestals around the break.
Then the tedium of getting the correct pairs back together '
began for O'Steen. The cut Interrupted all toll service and extended :- Bm
area service to Starke and Kingsley Lake from Lawtey.
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Christmas Decorations At St. Mark's Cross And Sword Winter Tour Sold I ;I
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:Mrs. Joy Norman helps St. Mark's student Link Bishop Beginning December 15. the According to Cross and sv.-m ,NAt
decorate a tree ornament. Scott Johns seems to have the knackas St. Augustine Amphitheatreon Sword general manager
he spreads glue and glitter. historic Anastasia Island Connie Hansen. the ceremonywill
will nnpn its gates daily tn the recognize the many
public on-a-Y rud:;.; basis.i volunteers and organizationswho
The CROSS AND SWORD have donated time and e
play will continue to be offered talent to make the Coquina

.. during the summer Gardens a worthy natural
.. months but the natural and attraction.
/ historic grounds themselveswill CROSS AND SWORD
i jjLi: [ t 'IJt take the spotlight on the Florida's Official State Play,
15th as The Cross and Sword will open its 14th consecutive
Coquina Gardens Tour. season al the Amphitheatre on
.c; cj"t ,I Monday. June 19, 1978, and
w. The attraction will feature, will play till Labor Day.
.. I' for the first time, the coquina
pits where 17th Century
-" Spaniards quarried the ServicemenCrews
coquina "shell rock" to buildSt. f1 Unb.li.vabl.
Augustine's monumentalOld
Fort-the Castillo de San Completes
St. :Mark's Care students make bell Christmas tree decor- Marcos. Coquina is a unique Basic Training)
atlons Dec. 7 with the help of library director Dan Smith. From building material found i
the left: Bill Hamilton helper Ella Hall Smith Deanna Jo nowhere else in the world SAN ANTONIO:Airman
Waters and Chris Powell. except a part of the North Michael D. Crews, son of I
Florida coastline; the richest retired U.S. Air Force I
formations to be seen in the St. Technical Sergeant and Mrs. I
Deer In 2 Accidents Augustine area. The Fort is Doyle D. Crews of Starke, has I
Only Injury
the largest building in the graduated at Lackland AFB,
world made of coquina and is Tex., from Air Force basic Over 40 Trucks

A two car accident Saturday Police report both cars were now 313 years old. training.
Dec. 10, on SR-200. just doing about 30 rnph. The airman woo is 4 I
south of SR-100 resulted in Also featured at Cross and remaining at Lackland for In
$1,300 damage to both cars. The Florida Highway Patrol Sword Coquina Gardens will specialized training in the 4 .
Everett Eugene Norswor- reported Roberta Novotney be a landscaped nature trail security police field, studied
thy, 38, of Lawtey was Howell of Lake Butler was which visitors may use for the Air Force mission, Everything From
charged by Starke police with northbound on SR-231 Dec. 9 self-guided tours to the organization and customs and
the side of about 6:30: p.m. when a deer coquina pits. The backstagearea received special instruction! In r
driving on wrong
darted in front of her vehicle of the huge St. human relations. Completion
the road and driving while Augustine
intoxicated after a head-on- and was struck by the right Amphitheatre will be a part of of this training earned the' 4 Wheel Drives To i
collision with a vehicle driven front. the tour. individual credits towards an'
by Cynthia Denise Brewer, 18, FHP estimated $:.!alI to the The public is Invited to a associate in applied science
of Lawtey. Howell vehicle. Grand Opening Ceremony for degree through -the' Community Big Heavy Duty Jobs)
the Gardens Tour at 5:30: p m. College of the Air t
on Thursday, Dec. 15th. The Force. .
J : .> twilight setting will be under a Airman Crews Is'' a 1976
tJf '='"- canopy of tiny lights twinkling graduate of Bradford County'' At Good PricesPael.12B
in the live oak trees with a High School and attended
TM hat twice a. many calorics: I*coffM-two at comparedto simultaneous lighting of Sante Fe Community College I
on*. luminarlas. Gainesville.

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