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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 22, 1977
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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The Beatles sang of a "Yellow Submarine" but Starke will
have a yellow fire truck, breaking away from the traditionalred
when it receives its new $49,973 "Emergency One," manu a
a Wage factured in Ocala, about 120 days from now.
Another precedent may set with the housing of a truck east of
yoU the railroad tracks, to be available for service when and if unitsat
the main fire station are blocked from East Starke by a
lengthy freight train.
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ProposedJi'or38 Com- purchase the new truck would
At Tuesday night's
be
mission meeting, Wilbur obtained. Commissioner
Vernon Silcox said he had
Waters, chairman of the fire
discussed the
protection committee, unofficially
his matter with a bank official
reported group's
;iBCH Employees unanimous recommendationto proposing the same type of
accept 'the bid of W.Q. financing as was obtained on

Dowling of Keystone Heights, the garbage truck.

.,, In regular meeting Thursday position that hospitals are in as the lowest offer on a truck Edwards reported that an
1L Dec. 15, the Bradford with increases In utility bills, meeting all required Amtrack official had con-
County Hospital board of insurance,supplies and wages specifications.Fire tacted him Tuesday in con-
trustees discussed and while being regulated by 164 Chief Eldon Sapp nection with proposed improvements
referred to committee the different government agencies added his endorsement to the In safety devisesor
pbssiblity of increasing the in addition to complyingwith committee report, saying the structures at the Market
salaries of those employees new pollution codes, Emergency One truck was a Road crossing. Amtrack
,who will fall below the new building life and safety codes, superior piece of equipmentand requested that the Mayor
{'minimum wage beginningJan. solid waste controls and accreditation had everything the attend a meeting with
1. standards.The firemen needed, including a County Commissioners at
| 750 gallon tank, and 1,000 10:30: a.m. Thursday Dec. 2%.
We old St. Nick; in f>"'Hospital administrator Dick finance committee was gallon pump.. in the new courthouse Co-
join jolly 'Edmondson told the board it asked to evaluate the costs to Sapp said the yellow color discuss this project.In .
.would costthe hospital $12,398 the hospital and report back to was selected because of its

everywhere Wore a year to bring 38 em the full board. greater visibility factor at other action, the com-
wishing everyone, loyees up to the, .new night. "We might even paint mission approved a five-week
t minimum wage of $2.65 per the present Ford truck yellowin extension of sick leave pay for
and always.'CounterproposaMJnofficially h9ur.It was roughly figured if JordanProbation the future, to match up." he utility department workman
happiness find good cheer, now 1 the 38 employees received a 30 added. One thing Sapp forgotto Cecil Pressley, who was in-
cent an hour raise and it was mention was how Santa jured in a recent hunting
:Upplied equally across theJSV Claus would react to riding onwji accident. Commissioner .
tl M& all the other em-':-.PJQC- ,yellW..truck,.which. ,you!Umat .'Warren, said ,that ,rressl(' ';i.lick' .
Accepted '; ''pTvees"Tt"would'coeCabout': *
$50,000 per year more to the Charles and suggested keeping him on
hospital."If Schaefer presented a sketch of at full pay-$198 per week-
a proposed $3,500 (for until he was able to return to
we increase everyone in .material only) addition to the work. Clerk Edwards called
For Water Transfer the hospital it would cost $3 a plant which would attention to the electrical
By Hampton System day extra to each patient," Lawtey police chief M.M. house power one fire truck when the union contract which specifies

chariman! Bill Dampier said. "Butch" Jordan was placed new unit arrives. He said payment of extended sick

Although a counter proposal changes Bruno requested and begin operating the water system. Bruro was granted a Edmondson said the on six months informal court power plant personnel were leave at the three-quarters of
Water Co. all that remains to completethe system Jan. 1 and assume the 30 year franchise in 1972. hospital was exempt from the probation Thursday Dec. 15, willing to be trained to man regular salary in such cases.
by
Hampton owner
:Arthur Bruno has not been sale was official acceptance $19.462 mortgage. Welty told the council with the increase in salaries, but it is a by County Judge Elzie Sanders the truck for emergency use if The commissioners decided
at a special meeting. Major complaints have been city now holding the franchiseit necessity to keep employees. and ordered to pay costsin units from the main station however, that in view of the
accepted formally by Hampton
over the lack of chlorination of would open the way to get a a battery conviction trial. were blcoked by a train. circumstances they would
council members, attorney terms of the low and loan to build a new water Dampier distributed copiesof the full amount.
Richard said Under the water, pressure Before sentencing, Jordan's Present thinking is to store the pay Pressley
Welty agreement Hampton will breakdowns in the 70 year old system. an editorial showing the Jim Tomlinson of oldest of the trucks, the 300-
members polled said they attorney, Fred Mueller, owner of the
.:would accept the changesrequested Gainesville, asked the judgeto gallon Seagrave, in the new old airport property on South
building which would have its
by Bruno to com ....., take into consideration entrance on Madison 301. eyed by the city's
plete the sale. I t inconsistencies in trial engineers as a spray-
Street. Com-
Mayor
Welty said he had spoken to testimony, one witness's irrigation site for effluent
Harold said
missioner Epps
Bruno followed the council statement that the BrandingIron from the proposed new
meeting Tuesday Dec. 13. and restaurant would have the plan deserved further sewage disposal system
and discussion. Waters
been wrecked if Jordan had study
the statusof
the former mayor acceptedthe inquired concerning
1 r the idea and urged
praised
city's terms if the city f; not tried to stop an argument action before the new truck the project. Mueller said he
would allow him to retain the r involving a group of t people planned construction on the i
arrives next spring.
accounts receivable which he .r and another witness ad- site, possibly a home, and
Clerk Merrill Ewards
had previously offered to let mission that he hit Jordan and City thought he would go ahead
the city take over, and an % G' knocked him down before he questioned where funds to and build and let the city pay
outstanding light bill paid by % ; hit Milton Baker of Lawtey.A for the construction, via the

the Head Start condemnation route, if they
city. .. county Nov. 29
The city council had talkedat convicted Jordan battery decided on the property. He

Bruno's prior conditions of ... for hitting Baker the August asked why he had not been
paying for his attorney's fees, I altercation. Jordan was out consulted earlier about the
To
about $975 and that he retain \ of uniform at the time. Reopen matter.
two of the four lots that belongto I h. Mueller was told that the
the water system. Judge Sanders withheld city or its engineers could not

Welty said council members adjudication of guilt and January 9 enter into negotiations for the
; unofficially accepted the ....... .. announced the six month property until they had ob-
informal probationary sen- Bradford and Union County tained money for the project
tence on conditions that Head Start children got a from the federal government.It .

....... ..... Jordan pay $264.50 court costs jump on receiving gifts when was suggested that he talk
and violate no laws within the two of Santa's helpers madean to the engineers if he wanted

... period. The informal court unexpected visit from the more up-to-date information. i
probation means Jordan does North Pole Wednesday to Surveyor Merrill McMillan
not have to report to the distribute toys to the children, presented drawings of the

7.:) Florida Parole and Probation and their parents got a proposed improved drainage n
Office but his behavior
does
present when the announce structure from St. Clair St.
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S I come under the scrutiny of the
ment was made the federally east to the canal, where
.. court. funded program would re- erosion has created a

i. .. .. open January 9. hazardous washout near the
'. Melonese Wilson, director of homes of Michael Phillips,
Thursday, Dec. 22 Road EquipmentBids Head Start under the successor Harold Glasgow, and others. t

agency SREC, made McMillan estimated the cost 1
CityCountyJoint "t the announcement that Head of materials at $10,970 (not '
Meet. OpenedBradford Start will re-open January 9 at including labor) and said the .

10:30..m.Courthouse. the RJE complex.The project was ready to go when '.
County Commissioners program has been easements had been secured.
met briefly closed since Nov. 7 until a f
Friday, Dec. 16, to award bidsto proper transfer of paperworkfrom The Commission < also '
the lowest bidders for three the local CUBB agencyto discussed the possibility of
Monday, Dec. 2* tractors, mowers and a roto- the Suwannee River setting aside $50,000 In a fund
tiller. Economic Council was made. for self-insurance of liability
Municipal Offices Nine bids were opened The federal program serves 72 rather than paying the soaring
Closed during the regular board children In Bradford and price of annual premiums. )
I meeting. Dec. 5, and tabled Union counties. Warren said the move was
until a comparison of prices Over 200 children Head suggested by insurance ,
I II Tuesday Dec. 27 and options could be studied. Starters along with their agents he had talked with, and '
I The low bidder for three brothers and sisters cele- who did not seem anxious to ;

... tractors was Industrial brated with a Christmas partyat carry the city's liability ;\
BC Zoning Bd. Tractor of Jacksonville with a the Civil Defense Building anyway. The only fly in the t "

7:30 p.m. price of 22607. The com- Wednesday Dec. 21. The ointment, however was
CourthouseC..wr.f mission authorized purchaseof children gathered around a where he initial $50,000 to ,
two, 80 inch mowers for tree donated by Norman's establish the fund was coming .I

.r'e $1.873; one bush hog $1,250; Produce, and decorated with from. I
and a roto-tiller, $3,319 from donations from Van H. Priest, Epps appointed Warren t'
Industrial Tractor and Eckerd's and Andrews Drugs Silcox and Edwards a* an '

l Florida Tractor and Equip- and Martha Myrick. Insurance committee Edwards \
m hr (Hommunitytatr Part of the 100 vehicle motorcade that drove through Starke ment of Gainesville. Each child received lunch, a the problem. \
Hank national farm strike. gift and candy purchasedfrom estimated the city pays about
$ Friday In support of a Delivery on the tractors will
Farmers Protest Farmers are demanding 100 percent parity In the prices they be from 75-90 days. Head Start funds under $40,000 annually in insurance t.
1 ; "receive for farm products: giving them a chance to make a SREC. The staff volunteeredtheir premiums, which do not Include \
The will be
new equipment .
Acc w,ls Now,liuurvd UpT decent living,something they say they do not have now. used for road and time as did many general liability ,'r
: <$40000.y building parents to decorate the three coverage, unavailable at any.
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Page2TELEGRAPH Dec.22. 1977 .

. Area Farmers Take To Tractors In Support Of National StrikeLocal

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farmers are continuing Fuqua said the farm In Bradford County 49,000 'In the area J.W. Osteen of Congress to relieve the
their support of the r .. movement should push for acres are tied to farming in Osteen and Son Seed Store in present conditions and
national strike dramatizingtheir ; investigation by the Federal some aspect. There are about Providence said he is in full provide stability to our
claim of not being paid f fI fi Trade Commission and the US 75 poultry producers, 25-30 support of the movement, and agriculture industry," said -
enough for their crops. i Department of Agriculture, or swine producers, 173 farms will sell only the items Crawford.
Scheduled for tonight other agencies to make sure with cattle and 30-40 vegetable necessary, not Items for Farmers are demanding 100
i Thursday, Dec.22)) is a bar-b- there is no collusion and it Is farms, and close to 40 field future production. parity which is the economic e
que at Hobo tractor Co. in 1 1 competitive in the marketplace crop producers according to Bank s can't close in support yardstick generally used to ll llt
Ellisville.Beginning at 3 p.m.- where farm productsare county agent Bobby Taylor of the strike because of compare farm prices with w k +
until, organizers are askingfor bought and sold. Many farm related business federal regulations, but costs of production and other vF
a $5 donation from adults: closed in sympathy with the Shands Howard, vice- factors.
children are free. A meetingwas He said he hopes the strike last Wednesday. president of the Farmers and Theoretically at 100 percentof
also held Wednesdaynight movement will arouse the Dealers Bank in Lake Butler, parity, prices would be
at the Farmer's Marketin conscience of America and Supporting the stike are has come out in full support of enough to give farmers the
Starke to push the strike alarm Congress to do livestock markets in six North the farmers. same purchasing power they
effort. something about the farmer's Florida locations, including "We feel anybody who had in 1910-1914 base period
Last Friday, farmers plight without increasingcosts Gainesville, Ocala and, Lake doesn't support the farmer when costs and prices were
organized a tractorcade I, to the consumers. He City. They will remain closed today shouldn't look for the considered in relative
through Starke in support of .., added he thought the US through the holidays. Each farmer to support! them balance.
the strike The farmers, .-..-.------- should export to Japan "If market said they would tomorrow," he said. For example under the FLIT _
driving 85 tractors, one they can sell us TV sets, we resume sales after the New The Union County Farm formula the full parity price of
combine and 21 trucks U.S. Rep. Don Fuqua uiksto should be able to sell them Year if the strike is settled by Bureau board of directors met wheat sold at the farm last
decorated with various farmers in front of the food" Fuqua added. that time. Thursday, Dec. 15, and month at an average of$2.48 a _
slogans assembled at the Bradford County Courthouse, adopted a resolution in support bushel,would be 49 percent of
State Farmers Market on US- saying he was aware of the 'i of the movement, said parity.In .
301 north. The motorcade farmers plight and he hoped Ray Crawford president of their strike literature, the
traveled south through town Congress could do somethingto the UC Farm Bureau. American Agriculture
and back to the new courthouse curb Imports and expand "Hopefully, the national Movement says that "another
to hear from strike farm exports.the attention that is being focusedon way to explain parity is that if
leaders and U.S. Rep Don farm problems because of it cost a bushel of corn or a
Fuqua.David. top government people this movement will bring pound of beef to buy a
Wainwright of need to listen to the farmer's about some action from production in 1967 (the last

Starke, who helped organizethe plight, and seek ideas by .....
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support parade introduced talking with the farmers.
Gary Stanley, an Alachua Stanley said the farmer -- u1a Gary Reddish talks to Albert Tyson as Tyson cranks his
County farmer who told the must see economic sanction, Farm-All A tractor for the motorcade. I
crowd "you can't exist as a which means boycott, to help 1,
farmer under today's the farm effort.
agriculture system." Fuqua, an Altha farmer time parity was adjusted), it Farmers are emphatic they
"I've I pushed a pencil every until recent years, said that a should still cost a bushel of are not setting goals for a
way I know how. and I can't what has bothered him is what corn or a pound of beef guaranteed profit. They are
figure it out." said the farmer gets for his regardless of the dollar cost of demanding 100 percent of
who farms 130 acres of true prcducts and what the housewife r the product. Prices must parity, this is not the same as
crops and tobacco. pays in the grocery store. { fluctuate together." a guaranteed profit. Parity,
"The future I've got lookingme "There is a very large according to the dictionary is
in the face right now is not margin the middleman is "Itie current prices tar- the "quality or state of being
pleasant"' Stanley said getting and he is not controlled mersand ranchers receive for equal or equivalent. Farmers
adding he dropped $45,000())() last He is going to get his Farm their produce, compared to stress, 100 percent of
year is not willing to go profit regardless, and you are gals get into the act too, as they take part in farm parity are at a 44-year low parity in the prices they
through that again He said going to suffer." Fuqua said. protest. (the lowest since the depththe receive for farm products will
the Great ) only give them a chance to
III! literature says.It make a decent living
something they say they do
Farmers Charlie Baldree. Les Whitehead and George says that wheat prices are not have now.
Muggins talk to U.S. Rep.Don Fuqua atthe courthouse. at 43 percent of parity, corn is
at 46 percent of parity cattleat The same principle appliesto
60 percent and so on down other farm commodities
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with an average of 63 which American Agriculture
r.ia... percent of parity. a protest group says should
bring 100 percent of parity.
The effect of raising the prices
would be to increase the cost
of grain and other raw
I I J) materials which go into the
consumer good supply including -
meat and dairy
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at 1:13: \\'.('ail Street
Marke.Florida :I.Ml'llSctoiul : !
Gulf Service
Lumber Co. 216 E. WashingtonStarke I lass postage paid
at Marke.Florida

Suhsci'iptirai Hates:
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Farmers.
Support County Starke, Florida ear: SI simonth*
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To Our Bradford County CitizensWe





The Farmers Of Bradford County, Want To


Express Our appreciation For The Concern And '.


Interest You Have In Our Movement To Obtain A JColi alt Braelinns


Fair Return For Our Production Efforts.


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We Are Encouraged Over Increasing Support zoisRosfor

I Federal Savings and Loan

Nation Wide We Appreciate Your Financial SupportTo Ant( "It(IOn of Gainesville would like to extend( to

\ou andyour family, their best wishes for

Help Us Accomplish Our Cause and Voice Your (his holiday season and the com ing New Year
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In response to the needs of the people

Support For Our Success ,t growing Florida, Guaranty Federal has
ill-own: to seven locations, In addition toour

three off ices in Gainesville, there are

now off ices in Clearwater fieachLake

Butler Keystone Heights and .i. .

Starke We at Guaranty Federal :; .
We Need You To Your are 'p-J!
Express '
ready to assist you with any of 'your
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Interest To Our PeopleIn folks at Guaranty Federal; we :'4: ::
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., -,.. David Wainwright places a protest sign on a tractor prior to TRAVEL ADVENTUR
the tractorade through Starke Friday
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I uraofora square g.io.< i?1
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I Charged Christmas
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Clyde Leslie Hall, 42, of 711 his camping trailer which tuii'r; i
E. Adkins St. Starke was in was parked in a hunting area i ? ter .
Alachua County jail Tuesday. near Waldo I
StarkeMerry With A Gift
Dec. 20, following his arrest East Call St 964-5890 Lasting ,
Sunday for the rape of a 14- The girl told deputies Hall
year-old daughter of a friend raped her Friday night after Christmas I Check OurEvery Day Low Prl..
while on a weekend hunting a high
putting powered rifle to
trip.According her head and threatened to kill
to Alachua her. According to a report. To
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Hall who lists his occupationas the girl but said she had given
a farmer raped the girl in permission.kgowyour. o1i pI }
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Children's Female Black Peta and 1 Male-1 white MERRY Open Til 6 P.M. I

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poodles. Lost In Lawteyarea 109 East Call St. ,
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Industries la the world. you
Carpet uicd to be luxury
but now has become so I
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home that l I. rare. e
The reasons for the rise In
the development. ol carpet
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MERRYCHRISTMAS office, or any structure for
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. Burden Of Indigent Medical Care Rests On County.. Board Is Told I

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Bradford County officials Dec. IS, Commissioner E.W. for medical treatment of an indigent care was not To be certified as Indigent health care is not a hospital's responsibility to Of the 50 states,Florida only
along with representativesfrom Hodges, County Clerk Gib indigent patient on the countyin budgeted. allowable asset limits are set problem, but a state problem.county "that we tried to make contributes enough to the
26 other counties learned Brown, assistant to the county which the patient lives. Under the new law Bradford at $600 for one person and Bradford County Com- this prove act work." Medicaid program to rank
that if it becomes neccessary attorney Reggie Flynn, Flynn reported back to the County has been billed $2,400 $1,200 for family units of two mission chairman George 48th nationally. More than
the state can withhold state Health Department commmission Friday at a for three cases, but has not or more persons. Roberts suggested to the other Paul Metts, director of the $100 million of potential
revenue sharing funds from representatives Joyce Riherd special meeting that Shand's paid. Shands has not recieved board members Friday that hospital administrative ser- federal dollars goes unmatched -
the counties to pay for Indi- and June Edwards heard uncollectable indigent billingsfor any money from counties Homesteads household Indigent health care be made vices briefly outlined an idea in Florida, Metts,
gent health care. Shands officials say that 1977-78 is expected to be since the law went into effect. furnishings, one vehicle, the "number one priority" for Medicaid reform, which he said.
At a meeting at Shands counties that balk at paying $11.2 million, about 27 percentof Robert Draggers, clerk of clothing and cemetery plots when county officials meet said has the potential l, of Large counties would haveto
Teaching Hospital Thursday, for indigent health service the gross billings at the the court in Union County, are excluded from the calculation with the legislative delegationto helping relieve the indigentbill be sold on the idea of
care at regional hospitals hospital. The hospital gets said his Board of County of assets. change the law next problem for everyone. In- pooling resources said Metts.
could have the bill taken from about $6.6 million in state Commissioners had written session. Shands officials did cluding the state. They might fear they would be
FLORIDA THEATRI their state revenue sharing revenue to offset the indigent Shands saying they felt no "This means the poorest not challenge that idea, but unduly subsidizing poorer
money. losses, but the rest must be responsibility for any patient counties are going to have to said they must follow the law Although in the infant stage, counties. In other states "the
.STJUtiCt CfeM-SH;i iF Citing the recouped either through Increased admitted to the to pool concept of spreading the load"for
"pay.menoworpaymelater" hopsital without pay the highest bills. It's not as it is now written. the idea is for counties
t ?x. SAT. Sun. provision of the charges to paying board approval. going to work," said Robert "They (the Legislature) the money they now set aside health care costs is
1977 Florida Health Care patients or from the counties. "They'll pick them ,,up in Marvin, administrator of the think that between you and me for their own indigent established, hospital ad-
LUJI Responsibility Act as a final The teaching hospital's total emergency vehicles and ask Hamilton County General we ought to keep the hospitalin programs to bring down more ministrator Ives said, but,
solution for collecting unpaid budget is $36.4 million. to be Brought to Shands where Hospital. He cited the belief, the black,"said one official. federal matching money from "this "has not reached
jii debts Shands officials said they know they can get free shared by many, that indigent Another official said it is the Medicaid. Florida.
they hope it would not be About 50 county officials in treatment" Driggers said.
necessary to resort to that the five hour work session said "We don't pay ambulancesto
length. they knew nothing of the act bring us patients. If they 2 Wrecks But No Injuries Reported FHPIn Past Week I I IA
Ir The act, passed in the 1977 until after it went into effect can get care in local hospitalsthat ,
legislative session, placed the Oct. 1, the same day the 1977- is where we push it. We're
ultimate financial obligation 78 budgets went into effect andWISHIflGYOUTIIE not out with a bag trying to Monday morning smashup The FHP listed damage to Police investigated an A Callahan man was
trap patients, said John resulted in $3,715 damageto the Smith at charged with violation of rightof
I car $600, $3,000 to accident Dec. 15 and charged
1! E Ives, executive director of three cars and a mailbox, the vehicle driven by Taylor Deborah Ritch Taylor 22, of way when he stopped in the
Shands. but no damage to the and $100 the Stokes vehicle. Lawtey for following too center of SR-200 Monday. Dec.
j The act provides that no motorcycle that stalled in the Sheddan was charged with closely after hitting a vehicle 19, extending a homemade
.PLUS. county shall be required topay middle of SR-100 nine miles stopping in a roadway. driven by Nancy Katherine trailer across the southbound
for services at a regional west of Starke causing the The' FHP also reported Hull, 22, of Starke. The police traffic lane. Lovie Nichols
BEST CHRISTOTAS hospital if such services,are accident. George Fonzo Prevatt, Jr. 22 report Hull was stopped to Hollis, 32,of Starke struck the
available at a local hospital in There were no injuries the of Starke lost control of his turn left when hit in the rear. trailer in the side, traveling 63
crfCAJ the county where the indigent Florida Highway Patrol 1967 Ford while eastbound on Damage to the Taylor vehiclewas feet after applying the brakes.
{ EVER! resides. jII reported when motorcyclist Meng Dairy Road about 3:15: $600, and $800 to the Hull Police estimated $750
; Joseph Arthur Sheddan, 40, of a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 20. The vehicle damage to the Hollis vehicle
,.,..-.w Raiford stopped in the vehicle skidded and rolled ,. ...
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=..r-- roadway after pulling from a over. Prevatt and his
mm-- [PGl.CT. yS private drive.A passengers, Chris Waters, 18,
A< car driven by Marilyn of Gainesville, Patty Padgett,
301Dt I zvcpj Brannen Stokes, 24, of Starke 20, and Rocky Thompson, 20,
stopped behind the motor both of Starke, were unin-
4 Days cycle in the westbound lane jured. No arrests were made. &
... near the Union County line. : 'II
Fri. Sat. Sun. Mon ;- The second westbound car Starke police reported
driven by Victoria Byrd Sarah Smith Prince, 66, of
Smith, 24, of Starke stoppedalso Starke, was charged with
..4 THIS MOVIE but a third car driven by failure to yield the right of
IS TOTALLY John Allen Taylor, 40(>, of St. way in an accident Thursday,
OUT OF Augustine and owned by the Dec. IS, after vehicle hit a. I i rf.
CONTROLPLUS U.S. Army, rammed the vehicle driven by Debra Ann \ Ji1
second car, which hit the first.A Blake, 22, of Starke. Prince t p rd
mailbox got clipped in the was stopped at a stop sign at f.
pile-up but the motorcyclewhich Pine and Florida Street and I
remained in the said she did not see the vehicle d y
'. 4 4r roadway was untouched. approaching.Blake I
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11 I was charged with no
mild drivers license and tag.
Police estimated damage at '
$600 to the Prince vehicle and
; $2.000 to the Blake vehicle.


May all the joys Bountiful 1 1t i __
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t' of this great this fine community. McDonalds Donates Prize MoneyMrs.

D (ll j/ season beyours.
/ City Fish .Minnie Redding, left, accepts a$35 donation to the Foster
Parent's Association from McDonald's of Starke. Mrs. Betty
& check.Allen McDonald's activities representatives, presents the

The check represents the $35 McDonald's won for placing
11UI11IS11II1IUT1UOi<{'Ufo1N\IY nrwcm K arIR.1ID Meat Mkt I 5t1s second In the Starke Christmas parade with its float.

Roi"n MfMM45 toe Florida Bank at StarkeCorner 607 E, Brownlee I \\IMsij. ,

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Starke, Florida I 1 Special Nursing Course:
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J. E. Hardy wish the joys and nursing. It is designed to enhance nursing skills in this
special area. A Certificate
peace of Christmas. will be awarded those who
successfully complete this course. ADN grads taking
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i eLI .,;t Freewill.Greater ,\:,\nOO.E.S.<"Esnlt\PTER. modern comforts kafih and fidewiiliiion IheIv!ofi.-I
r'\{ ,/1 each day 4-6, : Chapter No 140 mall/ / Place-- a v'ljcar-
. ..,Prayer Meeting, ( will observe the: 66th .
\- ','Tup night; of the Thanks- '--' -- J ( ............. /
Service of Saint John
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,Christmas Day ; Star of Florida on Hwy 21 PAT'S CRAFT MecseFa.,
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If working for a December 25, at ;I'3!) .
. ?,,tendance at : I the Carrier (Lodge
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the Chrsitmas !\
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service.
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[s. -u will be served. of the Stale of !Florida N EL LO! A Lasting I
,Everyone is the speaker at these
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Little church Gift
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Sunday : l ,',' ;96!( \IM7.I. \nu lire I 1i .,
Morning : ; \ \' missed in inn tH>me. \ w
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"Program 6 p.m.; : \ spnit rest in \ptace .. __
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Horace

Morning Study Sunday Wednesday School Worship : ;; >t Christians like dppieiidtion to extend, relatives to the his 17j FIRST H crt COLORI 00fo ill.I:1: '

Evening. Worship oUC
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( uuntey en- a song glad-
Tuesday night
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Meeting will :t'II1t'lIt; ami most of all, nose and joy, for T.V. I''
each thing done to the G STATE
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i vices for the Christmas time t jj
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New Bethel
i 'tal thanks to his has come again. + -- 1000/0
,7-30: ( Bible Study; ( pastor 1: \ '6 ._ -I. <
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| a\ family
Thursday 4pm God bless I _
ht'lp.lay ShufordsStandard
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.. am. Evening I in Model WYA7354WDCHRISTMAS
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p.m.,The Oil Station / $ 9 I
7' p.m. 329 w/Trade
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.;Meeting; Sat. 7 .
Jf Christmas .-;"(' 75 launches'
II *Ebenezer; Baptist 964-7971 it ...
I ;::7.Mt.be held Pisgah at Mt A.M, Ileinl Start Starke O ,Bringing you Dual-power microwaveoven

Church, All 5 bestwishes for = with defrost!
friends of both liradtord School .... ...
invited. Sister approved County Monday, X14/ a Merry S
and Sister 19. to provide 75 lunches """
Sunday School : >' for a month for the 'Christmas ,j
Free Canaan : Start program, which is '' ,,..' I f,
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Monday Prayer ) January y, at the 11.\\
7:30: ( p.m.; : complex om"
Wed, 7:30: p.m.
services; 1 federally funded Community State BankU.S.
service Sunday will receive meals
a.m.; Morning I when the cafeteria 301 S. Starke 1
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a.m.; Evening to be refurbished

Christmas Mt Morlah board also voted to I
Choir rehearsal .lunches) per day for //
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:study. The > care center program Forgotten Anyone ?
"will be held in b>' the Concerened
service. Every of Bradford County I '
asked to attend !'' 1. The community 84 298Oel'ost
of churches 3 asked to purchase the WeHave Plenty Of Last Minute GiftsA Model Jet
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night service for : until June 9. The board
ship of Churches the desire for( thet r i' t
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I Dec. 30 at \ 'center to work with a cycle ,''f Jver Cook ft ,or i beginrung-at: ) 9:30. ta to receive.lunches v handcrafted gift is_so special. power tothaw tdotft quickly dort-lt tglast. ceramir, paper v
it{ is invited *" 11 x ,W.have a large assortment of locally created and evenly-Certain toads {} ii N '
{ also cook bailer using lower
I *Pleasant i txiard tilso voted to
I Every first Fla.'n ':to luiu'hi-s per day for artwork and handmade Items. power No specie| | wiring120 Y.,
Monday 7 pm. l \' care enter program Sign Up Now Leftover can be warmed 15 amp?grounded outletrer
Choir rehearsal; 'ed b> tin l'onieiene l For Your uulckly without drying out
: p.m. Young | M\.> of Bradford Count)
|Ii.i rehearsal; Ktb 1 t. The community" Perfect For Anyone: New Year
Bible Study; asked to purchase the ClassesTHINGS
li>t the Christmas ''' until June V. The A Things By HandCertificafo .. SlctdeAppliance
I It! be held.Sunday ( expressed the desire for( e
,IJ will terminate Id care center to work We will ba
f ''jday. !Head Start to receive closed / J
:, First Born : ln.1"J r Center
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'J night 7:45: ; Dec. 28 -
f' Friday 7:45: Good For Merchandise Or Classes
i| Service; Sunday ( : groups buy the lunches Reopen Jan.2 ,
lam. price from the school Urn.
Morning : Stark*
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ti!'Worship 7:45.: on.the.cafeteria staff it BY HAND 150 W. Call Street Starke 064-7792 '

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-"attend Churches All members the at 3 p. WIIf.. o.. ft We Would Like To Thank


I Christmas program The Fellowship will ,- ., THRU CHRISTMAS OR WHILE THEY LAST All Of You For The Tremendous

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. I HINTS ON FAMILY PROTECTIONAvoid _J J


fl '@ !f.ety These John Fire P. DonnellyDon't Safety: BlundersBy : 1 Do have an alternateroute ,

i of escape other than
e Don't leave small chil-
T ..- ....,.. .,. mulate.1 Be let sure rubbish to inspect accu dren alone in the house or a stairway compact, For, this lightweight purpose, ,
You may one day lave disastrous financial loss if attic, basement, closets and leave matches and cigarette portable ladder called
the lives of loved ones lighters within reach of a
your regularly for these
you avoid these fire safety garage LIFE LADDER,developed by ,
and yourself against child. I'
protect
blunders fire hazards. American LaFrance divisionof I
-When lighting a gas Do close bedroom A-T-O Inc., Is available at
4r stove, hold match to burner doors at night. If a fire leading hardware stores. It
before turning on. Stand on starts somewhere else in the makes every upstairs win.
-. one side. house, the closed door will dow a fire escape. 1
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A very special "thankyou" the beauty of FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHOf s :""t ,4..I_.

for your patron- Christmas be yours Starke 2 Garden Restaurant Employees Honored
age and friendship. now and always.
to employees Eunice Portis and Virginia
Restaurateur George Kopelousos presents plaques .
Powell who have both been employees of the Garden Restaurant over 20 years.A
Starke Motor Parts Sunday School 9:45ALM.: native of Starke,Mrs.Portia Mho everyone DeWitt C.JonesFuneral the Guidon Grill across from the I JI Specializing In baking,Mrs Portis Is known for her biscuits and pies.
Mrs. Powell began with the Garden when it moved to Its present location on US-301 22 years
155 W. Brownlee Home Morning worship 11:00A.M.: ago. A waitress who Is "always on lime"said 'Mr. George,' Mrs. Powell said the Garden seems
like home to her and everyone just like family.


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Christmas Gifts! TO THE IAbRLC

May Christmas bring to To friends old and new,
And to all our sincere thank you for:your
Only 3 more shopping days! Thurs., Fri.,& Sat.! all I our friends and wishes for a great patronage. We wish you
I neighbors a world holiday. the very best.

of joy and peace.Norman's Merry Christmas
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I attend this special Christmas the'Pine Level Baptist Church February 3-Henry
and girls saw the film, "GloryIn
Ladies make Christmas 1
Christmas Party include Ha/el Slaughter in
Activitiesby the also 'Day service : concert II IIf'rlda
Highest. They Baskets
Last Dec.
Friday evening. ('omltlgSuonSpt'clale'ents Monday. Januarypr. : Week ofIarch: 5-Den
Don 17,over 200 boys and girls metal sang Christmas carols The ladies of the Pine Level Weniger Revival Team
Youth Director Denton time of the birth of Christ. the Pine Level Baptist received gifts, and had Baptist Church will be making coming up at Wally Beebe ("Mr! Bus"\ t
Going back almost Participating In the Church for their annual refreshments.Adult Christmas baskets this weekto 1 ___ I .
two program were: Sandra Christmas Mrs. Marie Choir Party be presented to elderly and I
thousands party.
years we find two Darley,
pianist; Jay Eaves The adult choir met
shut-in
lads Thornton, superintendent of friends of the church.
young suddenly awakedon and Nelson Green, stage Saturday evening at the homeof : I
The baskets
the and are filled with
a roof in Primary Department
top Bethlehem
a bright light. by managers; John Denmarkand Mrs Dottie Thornton, \Mr. and Mrs. Leonard fruit and bakery items and : {
Doug Reddish, ushers, superintendent of the \Moore for their Christmas decorated In holiday wrap
This was'the opening scene Todd, Denton Sarah program director Beginner Department were in party There were about forty pings.Sunday. I r:
Biggs,
Trade
of the youth's Christmas Denton, Tammy charge of the party. The boys people present who enjoyed a School on Saturday I,
Denton
number of different
at the games This Saturday. Dec 2-1. the
program Methodist Mary Ann Miller, Donna and lots of different snacks for church will be having 1
Church The entire last Sunday evening. Thornton, Kevin Miller, First Baptist of refreshments which were "Sunday School on Saturday "
program con- Stacey Denmark,Elise Johns, brought by the choir mem-
sisted of a cast of The service will begin at 10:3Da :
youth reading nineteen Chuck Williams, Scott Polk, Ruifortl SetsChristmas bers. The choir presented a .m.. and all five buses will be
poetry, Christy Johns Jeff Lawson, floral to
scriptures and lovely arrangement running their complete routes.A re x
depicting the Greg Thornton, and Mike Services their director and his wife, special,Christmas story will
Bethlehem
setting
during the Whiffen.STEDWARDS .
Don and Brenda Hallgren. A i.
be taught to all classes and a
Christmas Church services gift was also presented to the present will be given to all t
I NEWSMrs. have been set for the First church organist.Iiss\ who attend.
Baptist Church of Raiford Charlotte Whitehead. Christmas I
Day Srr\ice
Tommy Parker hosteda The sixth grade class Sunday Dec. 25. a combined Leonard MoodyFamily Sunday morning.. Dec 25. _
Christmas party for St. presented a calypso vocal worship and Sunday School to sing the church Mill be having a
Edward's Altar Society at her arrangement.Tim from 10:30: to 11:30: am. atPinel.oelWednesday special Christmas Day Ser R'v
home on December 13. Those Gonzales narrated Evening services will be evening. Dec. vice One service designed for
attending brought along "What Child Is This" accompanied combined training class and 28. Leonard and Jan \Moody the entire family will begin at
Christmas presents for by Lenore Weltyon evening worship from 7 to 8 and their two daughters will 10:30: a.m. Special music wily
Sunland patients.The the piano. p.m.These be singing in the 7:30: p.m. be, presented by the choir
Parker home was Donna Parado read a hours will be for service. The Moody's are along a trio, duct, etc The !
decorated with a tall lightedtree Christmas poem. Christmas only. from Nashville. Tennessee pastor Reverend Human 4
and other holiday scenes. Andy Fanton made an- where Leonard is Music Alvarez will deliver a special t
The refreshment table was nouncements for the program. Director at the Beacon Baptist Christmas message The
covered with a Christmas The entire choir sang "Here Gume Commission Church.. He has written and public is cordially invited to
cloth and held fruit punch, Comes Santa;' "Silent Night" recorded many gospel songs ,
relishes, sandwiches, and "Away In A Manger." To Meet Jon. 20 and he and his family have - If,
Christmas cookies and petit Jolly Santa Claus visited (traveled across the country ,.-}
fours. and presented gifts to the TALLAHASSEE The singing in concerts and f -:,
Christmas Program large group of children at Same and Fresh Water Fish chruches. b'J
Following Sunday Mass, tending. Commission will hold its Missionary from Honduras NRISTM-fli-
parishioners were entertained Refreshments of fruit punch regular meeting. Friday Speaks
in the parish hall with a and Christmas cookies were January 20 in Tallahassee.The Last Sunday evening. 0Vi
Christmas Program under the served with Mrs. Tommy meeting will get underway Reverend Jim .Foster ,
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direction of Mrs. Mary Parker in charge of at 9 a.m. in the missionary to Honduras
Stanley, who accompanied arrangements. auditorium of Commission Central America showed the The most wonderful time of the ,
singing with her guitar. lieailuu.u-ters.' biO South slides of his work and reportedon year the birthday of Jesus Christ. "
Among those singing Christmas :Meridian Street and is open to the progress ut the work
Schedule 4
of the world. the
(the hope May spirit
"Rudolph the Red Nosed Christmas Mass-7:00 the public. during the last four years he d
Reindeer" were: Kenneth p.m. Midnight Vigil Mass-l2:00: has been on the mission field. of this holiday touch us all. I
lleikcn, Cindy Samons, Todd No Reverend Foster is a graduateof 7
p.m. Masses will be
Parker, Jennifer Stanley celebrated on Christmas Day The apple originated in the liible Baptist Seminary ; We pray that/ soul would be i
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Nancy Wilson Patricia because Father Patrick Foley Atllh..ni.t in Arlington, Texas. j' '\i, Ii I' I ,

Valdez.Parado and Genevieve serves that day.three prison areas on i saved and /lies changed now ;1

Earn Your High School Diploma By Taking in the
I Hope Baptist Sets ServicesSunday 1:1llnd/ days tv tOl1le. J
The GED Tests.
December 25th terestingas it shows how near
services will begin at the Hope the Second Coming of Christ
Baptist Church Applications For The GED Tests Are
with Sunday must be.
School at 10 a.m. followed by The pastor and members of "Piae From Your Friends Neighbors At s
the Morning Worship at 11 Hope Baptist Church extend a Being Taken At The BradfordUnionArea
Warmest
a.m. At the Evening Worship warm welcome to the public to holiday
Service which begins at 7:15: attend these services and to Vocational Technical Center. wishes to each Jackson
an outstanding film will be see this film. There will be no and everyone. Building Supply
shown. charge for seeing this out- The Deadline Is January 6, 1978
The film, "The Return" standing film. :
was adapted from the book :i' Call 964.6150 For Information Journal Of "'
"The .
Late Great Planet ,,
Earth," a national bestseller Of Starke
by Hal Lindsey. It is a EXAMINATIONS ARE SCHEDULED Civil Defense Fla.Jnc. i
beautiful documentary of
fulfilled prophecy, filmed in January 9 -12 From 1:00: P.M. -10:00 P.M.
the Holy Land. 830 Edwards Rd.
On this Christmas Day whenwe January 13 From 8:30: A.M. 4:00: P.M. 301 South Starke, Florida 964.6078 ,
are celebrating the First Starke I t
Advent of Chirst, this film 1 100 & !
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County School Bus Drivers Win Minimum Pay Ot $15 rer Day .


Ten school bus drivers declared an emergency Item, against a window. brining up meeting.Neither the accusations. at the situation board.and He report said back board to superintendent.In other bus business, Casey
and for Mrs. Betty Warren said she
waited for their turn on the open discussion. Mrs. said Brooker routes had been
Following a long silence did her own investigating with Morgan or policy in situations that are
School board downon
Bradford County and would cut
and children Register were present. Casey not resolved by a principal reworked I
chairman J.T. Parrish askfIf ( parents and
agenda Monday night, Dec. found Mrs. said he would Investigate the should be placed before the traveling time for students.
Casey could Morgan ,
19,but found the 2ft hour wait adjust the "pushes
y. worth it as the school board routes to equalize salaries and shoves, and slaps' the I
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voted unanimously to pay both when Casey said he could not) children and stops the bus
Md' substitutes and regular Parrish declared it ar suddenly when she gets mad.
drivers a minimum of $15 a emergency. Both motions Mrs. Warren said she learned
r' passed effective January 3. that Mrs. Morgan screams IVMAN GREENS
day.On the agenda was only an A bus driver also came and gets red in face and has Lake
increase in pay for the substitutes under discussion from four pulled off the road so quickly Hwy
parents from the Crystal Lake that small children were
but the regular I r BAR-B-QUE J
drivers were added as an area who complained that thrown from their seats. 100 Butler
item. Substitutessaid driver Marie Morgan abused The board heard Mrs.
r ; emergency they encountered more their children and they Warren say she felt the 496-9411
than regular drivers received no satisfaction from children were in danger
and expenses received no compensationfor director of iterations ,Len- because of the driver's ac
driving the longer routes. nard Register or school ad- tions. She said in a discussionwith
Drivers being paid the ministrators.Mrs. Register he said the
were
Vivian Chappel said driver had the law on her side TAKEOUTTURKEYS(
the lowest
I1 same hourly rate as
4 paid regular driver about $11a Mrs. Morgan had put her to restrain the children and
day. hands on her child, and was he would stand by her 100 $ :
backed up by Mrs. Glenda percent. Mrs. Warren said 4
Also on hand were regular Young. Mrs. Donna Schaeffersaid Register tried to Intimidateher
drivers who said they often her son got a bloody nose by saying she (Mrs. M ,
were making less than sub last year when he was pushed Warren) could be sued for Smoked Or Baked 14

Extended To Fire VictimsIn stitutes, in one instance $68 a ""'... ...
Spirt .
Of Giving month less,based on $4.35 per ./ Aq0 -- Baked With Dressing Giblets
hour times the number of
yo'
the Christmas spirit of giving Floyd Settles manager for hours driving time. QFti4JVz:1 & Gravy
TG&Y In the Bradford Square presents a ISO; check to Danny and Bus drivers said they were
Shirley Belcher whose home was destroyed by fire.
of what to
unsure salary expect
The Belchers double wide mobile home on South Myrtle St., since salary proposalswere $1695 $ We
was completely destroyed by a fire Sunday. Dec. 18. The made at the beginning of 27
Belchers have five children four boys age 4,8, II, and 15 and a rl\'t \
the before the change to L\\v
girl 16; all the clothing and household! goods were destroyed. A single year routes. ) \ 11-12Lbs. 22-24 U>. Will Smoke
welder. Belcher has a shop on US-301 by B&G Truck Stop. The Superintendent Tom Casey

home family and Is staying can replenish at the Holiday their household Inn until items.they can get another ,,offered drivers a to plan supplement for the regular their ::: :\ Hall(I Precooked Weight Pre Cooked Weight Your Turkey '

TG&Y gave their first place prize money for the best float in I Income and bring it up to the
Christmas Parade the Bradford
the sponsored by County
;((15 a day by allowing them
Chamber of Commerce. ;first crack at field trips. Let Us Cater
Following approval of the
Holiday Hours I motion for $15 for substitutes
II I board member ArthurRaskins

Monday, Dec. 26, following Guaranty Federal Savingsand C: asked the increase in Your Christmas Party
Christmas will give most local Loan, the Post Offices jay for regular drivers be
employees an extra day to Register Oil Co. the Office
celebrate. Shop, Leila's, Piggly VViggly
Closed on Monday will be Winn Dixie, and Food Fair.
the Bradford County Courthouse Closing only for Christmasand U.S.O.A. GRADE A
Starke City Hall open !Monday will be t FOOD"u' FARMER GRAY
Bradford County Health Andrews Drugs Kochs Drugs BROAD BREASTED
Department both the Com andlitchell's! Pharmacies
munity State Bank and Eckerd's Drugs, TG&Y. The SELF BASTING
Florida Bank at Starke. Telegraph.

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We're hopeful that all JANUARY 11, 1978.

Starke Fla. Starke our friends will enjoy NO LIMIT ON HUMHM OP KOOACOLOHP.OLLI SALTINES
OIVILOPtO FOR TMI1 IFICIAL" OFFIM
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Christmas as never Pride Photo Center COMPARE .
Pantry I OM UNSALTED CRACKERS
before. r-=r (ill/:)/ a.nrowan. ID aRroaueo.. ....M
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affirmative action plan recruit, hire and promote all minorities. The survey stated board he had met with of- Rehabilitative Services increased life insurance
was approved for Bradford Job classifications without re these categories were over- ficials from the Department of only three coverage for employees untila
County Hospital by the boardof gard to race, color, religion, utilized with minorities, but Offender Rehabilitation about deficiencies remaining to be study of the budget is made
trustees Thursday,Dec. 15, national origin, sex or age. were in the lower income emergency medical services corrected under the life safety by the Finance Committee.
bringing the hospital into The plan as drawn up by bracket as dietary and nur- provided to Florida State code. Edmondson said the hospitalhas
compliance with federal hospital attorney Richard sing aides. On the administrative Prison and Lawtey Correc- Edmondson said steps are the opportunity to Increase -
regulations.The Welty with the board's input, staff of 17 none are tional Center. He said DOR is being taken to correct the coverage from$2,000 to
hospital plan, modeled does not set dates for minorities, the report stated. drawing up a procedures three areas the Installation of $5,000 per employee, costing
after the plan adopted by the achieving these goals. Of 87 Welty was directed by manual and he is to meet fire doors, a sprinkler systemIn about 31 cents for each $1,000
Bradford County Commission persons employed at the earlier board action to clarifythe again with them in January.The the kitchen area and the per employee or about $460 SI'i'
insures the hospital will hospital in may of this year 73 hospital situation after the board has asked Ed- installation of exhaust fans in per year for the hospital. 4 'i
were women..and 26 were county and hospital ,funds mondson to clarify the patient bathrooms. The -Authorized rebuilding 10
-- were intermingled in the position of the board about the corrections must be made by mattresses at a cost of $45
county general funds, which Rescue Units being tied up at March 1, 1978.Chairman each. bl
also has federal revenue the prisons when they are Bill Dampier said Present for the meeting
actorY Direct sharing.One mill, plus$15,000in needed to make other runs in the items under the short were Chairman Dampier,
race track funds, were the county. range plan are being taken Mrs. Inez Green and George
broken out of the general fund Edmondson also reportedthe care of and the project blueprints Shuford. Appointed by the
> TT budget into separate millageon hospital had been granteda for re-roofing the governor to the board of
9s the tax bill this year. provisional license by the hospital had been received trustees the terms Mrs.
sri Hospital administrator Dick licensing board of the Depart- from the architect firm of Green and Dampier expire
__ Edmondson reported to the ment of Health and Moore, May and Harrington. Dec. 30, this year. Shuford'sterm
..I_______hIl''_ liI..(: 1<14J 111'1' I 1lI 1 lotl, Dampier said the architects expires Dec. 30 1978,
Starto Home Center n recommended a thorough Charney Williams, 1979 and
Trail Restaurant investigation of the entire roof Dan Williams, 1980. The &_ r .O od
II, 101 N. $iuks by a professional roofer Governor's office will an- i4iw l
7M.I741 ?? Stt .D-k 301 N. Lawtey before bids are let. The board nounce the appointments after
had budgeted$50,000 for a new the first of the year an aide in r I
vQUERPC3iMSi30 wA.Yw1.*mac.aaLftXJ San4ty cow CUBGG L EGK> JGJ JB( E fX I11 roof. The architects are to his office said Monday. Any ; ; ,
to be
recommendations are
meet with the board at its Jan.
19 meeting.Edmondson. addressed Office of the
Opts ChrlriMU Dif Dally leneMeE S..I"I also reportedhe Governor, Capital
([ J ? 0 I3IUaJl1On S A.M.-3 P.M. had received word from Tallahassee, 32304.
2 P.M. PU..-Frl.. _
HRS that it Is acceptable to .
Narl DIMr -So.
have a licensed practicalnurse
A Large Selection Of FrUty' SMiUI CMMi PlNeepylletI in the emergency room, di

S. DI..' *'" as long as there is a registerednurse r l
12-14&24 Wides on the premises.In .
torito. tr d ft ltl..4HUfft FrIJtf HIM II other business, the

From CfcrltiiMi Family IIIhI boardVoted: to EMT'sstraight 4. ''lCtl l ; r Berry Laden Holly Christmas; DelightMark
ray
i back
wages
Trail RestaurantHours after their time exceeds the$5 1 Rebecca Sherry and Matthew Box form a Christmas
rate portrait under a 30 foot tall holly tree in front of the home of Mr.
minimum already being
7 A.M.10 P.M. Daily Including Sunday and Mrs Broward Capps on S. Westmoreland St.
5,58O paid.Deferred action The tree, as big around as it Utall is loaded down with berries
301 N. 782-3819 Lawtey on paying
that provide Christmas cheer for the birds. p
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N. 9 School
Bradford Middle n
seventh grade student Jeffrey
Powell plays a saxophone solo
during a music program
Friday Dec. 9, in the middle
1 school gym. AccompanyingJeff
/ 1AGAR'S on the piano is Debbie
Woodfin.

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1 Eighth grader Kevin
Po f tet\S ,r'l 5/sl !MacKenzie toots his trumpet
as part of the Bradford Middle
Ask School Advanced band program
i presented Dec. 9 to
Charley i more than 400 parents and
ALL ITEMS A PRICES OOOD THRU SAT.DEC 28 19 77 QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED friends in the school gym.
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1/SjJWOlSCpUNT SUOfROiSCOUNT CREAM John
COMPARE! F s* 20e

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U Wai Mil CfQ slog I The Best of The Seasonto
Oscar Mayer Franks 30- ROUND masculinity..andresult
you our wonderful in a law suit for

Lykes Smoked Sausage 11" 40' STEAK I IDELI .......DI_ (WsUPER patrons. $100,000 or more. The
MERICO usual $10,000 personal
I/SdPfRD/SCOUNT ;'
/ DISCOUNT 50, R 31 N COOKIES........... liability policy is no longer
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Thick Sliced Bacon ,ii"" l' soIM DI ($1II ,I Of Starke ?"
Surmyiands"Sausage *1" ni,...-uniu MNTIIYMIIOI premium
i1r:1 20 Hormels Little Sizzlers 89'
HIM i 10'< SOFT E.
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TUB 131 S. WALNUT! STARKE
QUICK FROZEN< EVERY DAY LOW su r DI.cevn'e it PANTRY PRIDE I
N' GRADE A PRICE 964.7600 PHONE 964-5070
SKILLET IRAMD '" j SLICED BEEFBOLOGNA
FARMER GRAY
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CORNISHHENS CHIPPED

FRESH TENDER CALIFORNIAPACKAGED HAMS MEATS

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SALAD GREETING; and thank you for

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your
MUrFINS
Snow White lit A LB Good Health,
We wish you Love and Happiness

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hold most dear thru out
SALAD ; Shared with those you
:I 'OR GOLDEN NCoNCU .OLDIN .
FLORIDATANGERINES FRUIT PVMMUHM'MIWCIIUAT' this Season and the Coming Year.
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Fla. 1
539 E.Call St. Starke.
POTATOES .WI '199 CONTEOI ,& New Years For Inventory
PEPPERS I PEANUTS aw Phone 964-5745
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Guardsmen Enjoyed Christmas 'Spre il' The e /ry plan goes in here Xwd STARk FORESTRY


,. \r then it des round round ,

As Reward For ,# 'IN.BRADFORD COUNTY.
High "
Rating 1921
whoa-oh loa-oh> -oh.oh .... -

by Hank Cochran
Ice

A highlight of the Christmas It had been decided with a spread long to be Williams proprietor, and the C ti'cI' UpcomingSeedlingPacket
season in 1921 was a sump- sometime previously that "if remembered. A letter tables "creaked and sagged / Sale

tious banquet given by the Adjutant general received from the A.G.lately under their burdens of oystersin I
National pronounced the the was flattering that this i The Division of Forestry
Starke's Guard company so three styles, chicken, 1
Company in honor of the high best in the state after their spread came to pass." several kinds of potatoes will hold its annual tree I

rating received by the local performance at the encampment condiments, preserves, coffee iiuI seedling Jan.packet 14.Locations sale Satur- i
unit at summer encampmentand and a t inspectionsheld The banquet was held at the cake, ice cream, etc., :Jay I

at inspections held duringthe during the year, they old Juanita Cafe on Call ,etc.," I and it tomes,, r for the sale will be
would do to
honor themselves
year. Street A.B. (Arthur) \ p cut here! m the steps of the Union
"Capt. DeWitt C. Jones sent ounty Courthouse in Lake
up several boxes of good \ I or Sutler and the Agricultural

cigars, and those who were 5 3uilding in Starke.
I not eating were smoking. The
BDIWIMTarty I I boys wielded knives and forksas Syl. The sale will begin at 9 a.m.

valiantly as they would 4? .., .. and continue until the stock is
have used their bayonets In depleted. Due to the limited

going over-the-toP against an I(I'IIirra- ,, ,'t/ f f1' quantity available for sale,
'
enemy.; J f persons desiring to purchase
t these seedlings should plan on
The writer commented: 1 an early arrival.

"We believe this was the first The Plan Goes 'Round And Around...
banquet ever held by Starke This year the' Division of
soldiers during the 30 year the Forestry will offer variety of
organization has existed. But City Commissioner Joe Warren struck out Council's: slowness to act. The cartoon, landscape seedllgs. For only a

then,at no time has there been again Tuesday night In his third attempt to clipped from a dally newspaper, was "doc dollar, you can obtain a

Not t7> such esprit de corps as at have the Plan Council which approve the City's Comprehensive tored up" to fit the local situation. packet of eight seedlings containing -
was completed and sub
present. The officers are two each of dogwood,
Warren said
jected to about that, according to schedule,
public hearings two months
efficient and popular, and ago. the plan should have been adopted after the red cedar redbud, and green
every man in the company is final hearing. Other Commissioners balked, ash.
Charity9 working for it to occupy the Hitting at his fellow-commissioners' however, at approving the plan before they
place of honor among the laying action, Warren exhibited a satirical have seen the proposed zoning ordinance that Dogwood is one of the most

organizations of the state." cartoon mailed to him by an anonymous will enforce It. Warren's motion, like two previous popular landscaping tree in

The company had been ,constituent who evidently disapproved of the ones, died for lack of a second. the state.It .

reorganized on January 26, is' a"small tree which
1920 after a period of inactivity --
develops a large, bushy crown
when most of the young formed around several

men were called for active spreading limbs. Flowering in
Farmers duty in World War I. County Agent's By Cm the spring, dogwoods small

After several preliminary BobbY. V yellow flowers are embedded
Discuss meetings to discuss the Notebook In the center of four white

reactivation, The Telegraph Taylor bracts. Their bright red
Y- reported in its Issue of Jan. berries ripen in October and is
; 1920 that "Recruiting for the a favorite food for migratory

Tractorcade Starke military company is Home-made sausage, cane prove by 1976 or early 1977. birds.
going merrily on. Monday syrup and greens, like Since this' has not
MeetingWhen night was rainy and cold, andit mustard out of a garden, materialized, many just don'thave Redbuds are a small tree
was not expected that there often obtaining a height of
table like
not
might grace a the capital to buy or
would be a meeting, yet the turkey and trimmin s at grow the needed feed. twenty-five feet. They have a
boys attended, and no less Christmas but they are just as short trunk with spreading
farmers take than 12 new members were As matter of fact The best investment now if branches forming a low,
good. a ,
eighty or more When he buys a loaf of bread for 50
added. They came it is needed is dewormers and broad irregular crown. Found
up after meal two of
half a day off on a drizzly Friday morning cents and knows that the farmers received having a or
voluntarily, without any these this week, I don't think insecticides for lice. Cattle principally as an understory
to drive their rigs in a tractorcade a cent and a half for the wheat in solititation, making a total of I'll want to over-eat this can withstand the weather tree, it is a perfect specimento

down U.S. 301 to call attention to their it, while the wrapper alone cost two anda 85 men so far. A full company weekend.: and minor health problems on be planted under our pine

problems, you've got to believe there is half cents, he is understandably contains 100 men, and the 15 less feed if they are free of filled awns.
lacking will be supplied I hope you have had your worms and lice. Check your
a problem.The puzzled and irritated. He may even before February 9 when a share of this kind of eating. If herd for these pests today. Redbuds frequently flowerin
become angry enough to write his Federal inspection will beheld not, fit some of these things April. It is then when their

problem, in short, is that while Congressman and what happens? ." into your holiday menu. Merry Christmas! bright pink to purple blossoms

the price of everything he buys in the Nothing.So Commissioned This is a good time for Your County Agent and the highlight the flowery show of
officers entire County Extension staff springtime.
market place has been doubling and now, in the spirit of frustration, we elected at the reorganization farmers to check and servicethe wishes you and a Merry

tripling in recent years, the price of farm find the farmer taking the only course meeting were: Captain, equipment to be used in Christmas and yours happy holiday Green ash is the most wide-

produce has not kept pace. This is a that seems left to him trying to gain DeWitt C. Jones; First growing if spring crops, season. ly distributed species of the

peculiar spinoff of the present state of attention by taking his problems to the Lieutenant, Archibald especially or maintenance an equipmentshed barn is We hope we have served you ash family. Found primary on
Thomas Second Lieutenant well and look forward bottomland soils, they
,
; to
grow
and for whichno
problem
a
our ,
economy the and available.I .
streets, to highways, into the
William Wainwright. seeing or hearing from you well on many sites.It is widely
one, apparently not even the market places with which he deals. Per have heard folks say that it during the new year. used for shelterbelt and shade

farmer has a ready solution. haps he has made a few mistakes in his enlisted Among men the were W.A.well-known Abe) can take from several weeksto purposes.As .

belated over-enthusiasm, perhaps he has Bessent, Paul E. Canova, Jr., several months to get
But the farmer's we near Christmas
biggest gripe, as we F
understand it, is that no one, on the caused a few traffic jams, or a little Wm. J. Epperson, Jr., Carl replacement and implements.parts for Check tractors VETEItANS'dFFAIRSbyWihtamS.tlaas j Some Catch! many of us think about havingan
Johns Calvin T.T.
inconvenience to a few shoppers who Johns outdoor tree. Southernersoften
local state national level your plows, barrows plan- r:;, 1
,
or seems Long, Russell S. McRae, the red
may have to walk around a tractor or ters, fertilizer distributors, F.R. Starling of Sampson regard cedar as
sufficiently concerned to seek solution. Tullie Norman, Julian L. County Veterans $
a
their
traditional tree
Lake shows oIl the 13 lb. and to decor-
two to reach their favorite store. But and tractors now to
That is what the current farm unrest Peek and Harold C, Wall. sprayers ;::: Service Officer 3 ate. So now is as good of timeas
.
the 9 and 3-4 Ib. black bass he
how else was he to gain the-attention o ', .' to. make sure they will be ready ,(:i .. .. o....,"; to red
the speeches, the demonstrations, caught Dec, 15 on shiners in any plant a cedar for
eventhe and the consideration It was pointed out that to go when it is dry enough to '
hopefully that has outdoor' '
Veterans traveling overseas Rowell Lake. Starling said he use or. future' indooruse.
so-called strikes are all about. Theyare service in the National Guard start your crop. "
been so long denied him? may do themselves a favor by was fishing from his boat .
aimed at calling attention to thefarmer's has been made more attractive -
by the "fine rate of Rainy or inclement weatheris checking with the Veterans about two feet deep, and only So mark January 14th on
problems problems that will It is all well and good to say that we pay" for the service redered" also a good time to study Administration about limitson had four shiners with him your calendar. It's a good
ultimately put him out of business unless your alternatives and make the of veterans when two got The other
sympathize with the farmer's but Enlisted men were allowed 25 availability away. time to purchase quality,
more concern is shown in helping him plight, per cent of the pay of enlistedmen decisions on what crops you benefits abroad. Certain VA two paid off, for the fish thatdldn.t inexpensive seedlings for your
until this is translated into will this
sympathy grow year. benefits cannot be provided in get away.
Arbor
find the right answers. And the oneern in the regular army Day program.
must come from all sectors from the action it won't help the farmer whose "Under this arrangement a You need to decide not only foreign countries.A .

housewife in the supermarket to the land is mortgaged, along with his equip- private will be paid $7.50 per what crops, but how many veteran with a military '77BHSDARStudent I
ment and his month and the of what will KathyTaylor
bureaucrat and the Congressman in perhaps even livestock. non- acres variety you disability should obtain a
commissioned officers will be You should consider the
New crops going into the ground will plant. statement to that effect from
Washington. paid on the basis of 25 cent cost of production, the expected -
continue to be planted on borrowed per" the VA office which has his Miss Kathy Andrea Tayloris
of regular Four returns, how or where
army pay
medical records. This
"Parity, not charity" is the theme money, and many cattle and swine will drill each month were you will market the crop and statement will entitle the Good the recipient Citizens of the Award 1978
of the farm be fed on credit. required with the pay how will accomplish the
song present "uprising, you veteran to paid emergency presented by the Daughters of
with farm leaders insisting they do not amounting to almost $2 per cultural practices necessaryto hospitalization when it and a the American Revolution to a )+'' w Lva

want a guaranteed profit or any other Many farmers have been forced to hour for the time pent get good production. proper application for senior coed at Bradford High

type of handout they have subsidize their own operations by accepting "It is estimated that the pay Looks like our winter medical benefits is presentedto chool.
full-time of a company with a full forages like and the United States embassyor
traditionally been opposed to governmental part-time or even jobsin complement of officers and clover finally consular office in the The award is presented to
are makingsome
regulation of their farming operations ) industry, when they had much rather men will amount to about growth. Many fields are foreign country. The application the senior coed selected by the

and are still against such policies, be devoting full time to their farming $12.000 per :>ear It will be up to 8-10 inches and are readyfor should be made BHS faculty who best displaysthe

even though their backs are literally "to operation if they could make a living at seen therefore, that the grazing. Some cattlemen within 72 hours of need. following qualities:

the wall." What they want is a change in it. There is something badly wrong with formation of a company hereis have already hurt their winter Overseas care for veterans dependability leadership, patriotism, service, and
broad dealing with agricultural the American economy when such a project that may well pastures by grazing too early. with non-service-connected
policies disparity exists.If enlist the active support of the It takes the plants too long to disabilities is available only at scholarship.
exports and imports, stronger positionsin businessmen of the town," recover if they are grazed at 3 Veterans Memorial Hospitalin
trade agreements with other nations) The news article said to 4 inches. Manila. Those veterans will Kathy Is active in the
National Honor
and investigations to determine what the farmer uprising does nothingmore be admitted to the Manila Society.
of Christian
happens between the one cent price that than to set the wheels in motion Other interesting items of the You can get the most out of hospital only on a space Athletes Fellowship, Student Council
toward parity for all instead of for times: small grain pastures if you do available basis and only if
farmers are paid for cucumbers in the parity Advanced Chorus, Pop En-
not until plants are 8 to
some and disparity for others, it will TO TilE PUBLIC graze they are unable to afford other semble. She was selected by srf- :
field and the two for twenty-nine cents Starting July 1st the City 10 inches high. if possible, hospitalization. Military
price the housewife pays for them on the have accomplished a worthwhile purpose Light &: Water Plant will close practice rotational grazing hospitals and clinics overseas the student body as the 1977 The wLattend
homecoming
retail market. down at 1 a.m. each day. This leaving a stubble about three cannot serve veterans exceptfor senior class chose queen.her as the
inches and allowing two
measure seems necessary to high those who are retired from Best All-Around. She is listedin Santa Fe Community
weeks between
meet the high cost of fuel and to four military service.
Who's Who Among College starting January,
That Time AgainChristmas labor--- I compensation and
grazing has to be con- pension checks will be mailedto Students Much time is givento from BHS. Her career goal is
WOMEN: SHUN ST\'I.ES tinuous, control animal most overseas locations her church and its ac elementary education ":.\vtth
Fashion's decree that numbers or daily grazing tivities. emphasis on early childhood

is one time of the year restore the freshness and expectancy of"believing" women's skirts and coats be periods so that plant height is home veterans loans cannot for obtain overseas GI education. (I.: :;j't;;

when the editorial writer can put aside childhood. Above all other longer is looked upon as a maintained between :5 to 10 residences. Kathy is the daughter of Kathy is competing,':.by
of County Agent and Mrs. Bobby
the failures and means keeping up the priceof Inches. examination, for the -State
problems, shortcomingsof days of the year, it is the children'sholiday women's clothing by the Taylor of Starke. She plans to .
Good Citizen's Award. ii
world and concentrate on the joys, ; and the adult who can experience department: of women's Speaking of grazing, there Mobile Home >
-
--
the hopes, and the aspirations.In it without at least partially activities of the Departmentof are several herds in our area i m i i .. ....

these days of rapid change the entering once more into the magical out Justice for women, and a to call fight is sent the little without supplemental any grazing and feed.very Burns In City 'lo, <>:

erosion of old standards and beliefs world of his own childhood would be a proposed change by wearing General cattle condition i?: Melrose Silver StarJ.t

often with nothing substantial to take lonely and isolated soul, indeed. their old clothes.-May(: 28, throughout the county is Starke fireman answered a .- : !1 / )< '
1920)) than it was at this time call Sunday night, about 7:30: '
their place, it is good to know that one poorer bad p.m., Dec. 18, but a double ':' [*
The essence of the Christmas spirit is last year. Poor nutrition, ; Plans New Years Eve. .{
custom has never changed since it first CHAMP: OYSTER EATER weather, and possibly wide mobile home owned by .
in the enduring words: Peace on Earth, B.A. Belcher ._ IIT
almost 2,000 and was a total loss.
began years ago..and thatis Last Friday evening the parasites like worms, lice '. .
Party III
the custom of the birth of goodwill towards men. Around this local of Woodmen could be the causes. ,::: \\ .
celebrating of the -
camp .. .
Fireman said the fire on S. (!::;::;; .
simple premise, Christian and non- World had their
the Prince of Peace in almost annual oyster I
every St.
nation around the world.It Christian alike may join and make this supper at Rowand's Cafe. As Poor nutrition is the unknown Myrtle causes began and had from a Look what the Silver Star is doing for you at new.r*\ ]

season one of united purpose. Hopefully, usual Col. D.E. Knight set the costliest problem to correct. good start before anyone years evel For only $25.00 per couple you will get '

might seem that in our present age the recent beginnings toward peace in pace with a quart of raw This is also the most difficultfor noticed it. The mobile home the biggest new years party ever You will be'. '
oysters a quart of oyster our cattlemen because surrounded by the finest people In the world (Our'".I
of disillusionment and our troubled world will be recorded in was unoccupied at the time of
cynicism we stew, a huge plate full of fired they have been operating for
the fire."Advcnity. J Customers), This also includes. Decorated room4
ordinary mortals would have become history as actions which will utimately oysters a bottle
of
) catsup, a over three years below the party hats noise makers, Live Entertainment and'd
bored with Christmas, after all theseyears..would lead to mutual tolerance and under- bottle of pepper sauce a jar of break-even point. Many the ,
toast
Champagne to new year in. All you can eat
have become cold and standing among all peoples of the world. pickles. and a. bottle oi tobascosauce. cattlemen were led to believe makes a man wit*. for supper and breakfast. Have lots of fun behind
(Nov
24. 1916)). that cattle would im "
indifferent, so that the day of days prices not rich. John Ray I close doors. The only thing we ask of you is to book?

would have lost some of its special, Christmas is, and always will be a r I early so you won't be disappointed ;,:; i

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forever new. Even the most crabbed and J the age-old story of the birth of ;

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-' MASTER OF MAN
r:..; ., The Angels all/ told of what time would bring, ?
: .;;.:., Comes A The Birth of a child who would someday be a King. I' ;,,
":'. He would raise the dead and walk on the sea,
Many great things this Master of Man would be.
Santa. In the month of his birth on a calm and cI.arn"ht, <.
.. Far to the East bright Star came Into sight. i/:,.
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c The Kings and the shepherds all saw this bright star, "
Soon Into the night they traveled so far, '
So onward they traveled by a star being led.
Santa Claus has shared r- Till they followed the beam into an old shed. "i
some r
of his There were many animals just standing around, ,< ;, !
mail
he received But Jar to the side the*Savior was found. '
.'. &at North Pole from boys and The King'and the shepherds all welcomed hia birth .i
". girls from this area and Not knowing that In years to come what would happen on Earth.
The Telegraph wanted to share them When he became a man no longer a manger.
Everyone hated him although he was no stranger
with
its readers.
:;. The They forced him to carry cross up a lone hill
.. letters, as written, pictures from ; o ..Ovip And slashed his side so Ms blood would spill.
: : Merry Christmas!
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Breakfast With Santa at the Everyone wondered why his Life he would give.
: .. Woman's Club of Starke and a Christmas He gave it my friend so that you and I might Live.

poem by Gail Rhoden of Hampton. Gail, 17 r Gail Rhoden. 17
rl BHSSeniorHampton
is a senior at Bradford High School. w i Fla.

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..1 want snap 'n' pops, and a
booby-trap. don't-br.ak.tlM. '-.
Ice and bucka-roo. Sup.r pops l''
Ants in the pants pizza-hut
oven. Marching Mickey
Mouse. B'B'i. Dancing
Donald duck.
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Below: Singing carols at St. Mark's
Children's Center party are (l-r) Denis
Santa Claus Is really Daddy In this case. Sean. 4. Waddell Deanna Jo Waters, Scott Johns I
and Justin. 2. Jones enjoy It anyway. Freeman Register, Bo Bishop Bill and Brad
Hamilton, Basil McPherson, Aimee and Julie
Ferguson Stephanie Agln, Jane Stanwix-
Christmas Poemby llay. Jill McPherson Link Bishop and Chris I

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Martha McMickla
Of Keystone Heights

Christmas Day will soon "her; I'
A day that brings to all much cheer. Jnr iaassieataseani
Our family and friends will come to see us. !L4- !
And wish us all a Merry Christmas. # faal4a I!

The house Is decorated with tinsel and holly. r
And the family Is so gay and so jolly.
The tree Is surrounded with gifts for all And a string
of lights shine over the door. ,

The stores are all busy with gifts galore. el

They wait all year to sell you more. iV ..
The glitter and the tinsel are everywhere. -
And the Christmas spirit fills the air.
Alisha Gruen grins at Santa as she receives a

The table la loaded with good things to eat, sack of candy. i

And decorated with candles so bright. 1 1I
but where the One
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That was born on that glorious night. \

Silently He is left out not a word of Him Is spoken. .,. Dec. 12, 1977 r
Dear Santa I have
I wonder how He must of felt, been a .. ....
As each had gift and token good boy. Will you. bring me ..
a a
,, a. Superman suit and a ..... "" 3wts 4. '
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1i'ti Superman doll a watch and a
.Th ;.children we take on our knee,
And tell them Santa.and take them tosee Pam Teston, 4, wasn't quite desk thank you santa.
A jolly old man, who tells them will bring, sure but Santa won her over. Mike Jackson I ,
Gifts and presents, that will make your head spin.
Dear Santa:
The meaning of Christmas Is found In a Person I would like a motorcycle a i
Born In a stable many years ago gunset. bill fold and a banjo 1 r Dear Santa
Now He is the living Savior! In Heaven for Christmas. I am going to >I1 From J.J. Hall
That we love and worship here below. tell you what my brother 1> Id g green machine .
wants. His name Is Casey. He r'fat Jeep with a trailo and a van
The real meaning of the Christmas Gift, Is I year old. He wants push and a gun t
That was given to you and to meA toys and a motor cycle. el' 1029 east wood
that all Gifts From 1
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:: Our dear Father gave us this Gift, Bennett
f-:; In the Person of His dear Son, IL' Special Christmas Eve Services Set
Who came to earth to die for us. er

And now the word is done Dear Santa Area churches having, Church. Worship service, IDE
: special Christmas Eve services a.m. '
When I think of this precious Gift, Bionic I hope you will bring Wonder me a -.. .. Saturday, Dec. 24, are: Hampton Baptist Church, j
And to know what it cost God to give. Woman. First United Methodist morning worship 11 a.m.
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To you' and to me His gift of love, Woman, and a Baby Come Church of Starke worship 7:30
candlelight evening : p.m. I
Back for Xmas. I have been still to be enchantedby
So you and I might live. a Santa Is surroundedby seven pretty teenagers young enough service Hampton Christian Church
Hate Elizabeth left, and Regina Rasnick. Standing: 7pm. ,
good girl. a good trip. Christmas. Kneeling: Hodges Grace United Methodist 11 a.m.
Behold I bring you tidings of great joy Love. Sherry McKree: Joy Bell, Robin Hodges Robbin Stephens. Cindy Gamble of Jackson- Church of Lawtey, candlelight Pine Level Baptist Church, ||
To you this Gift was given :Misty Lynn Fill ville.The girls had a slumber party at the Stephens home then breakfasted with Santa service, 8:30: p.m. 10:30: a,m. | j
That Is why this birthday we celebratein Saturday morning. St. Mark's Episcopal Hope Baptist Church,'
believing will take you to heaven. Church, 11 p.m. Sunday School, 10 a.m.;
St. Edwards Catholic morning worship, 11 am.
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The meaning Christmas you must see. \.lIo.}O.. Wf'> #4P4 4R Church, Vigil Mass. 7 p.m., evening worship, 7:13: p.m. 1 j
Is not what Is given to you and to me Midnight Mass, and no Mass First Baptist Church of'
It Is giving ourselves to Him in love 1 1 Christmas Day. Raiford, morning worship,
To heavenly Father watching above. Christmas Day services are: 10:30: a.m; evening worship, 7 j 1
St. Mark's Episcopal p.m.Theressa I
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around the comer, and I bPhone431.187SIs) :: stationed in Ft. Rooker, Ala. \

suppose everyone is putting .s He was accompanied by two
their last minute touch to at Wishbone.We Evelyn Norman and her time was had by all. Ralph James was taken ill, of his friends. Don will also be CHERYL DOUGLASS 1
finishing that shopping list, are sorry to hear Mrs. mother, and Mrs. KathrynRoss. Mrs\ Alice Cason, Mrs. and we hope he will soon be home for the Christmas PHONE 473-2421
'and getting ready to greet Christy Sterns has had surgery Joyce Norman and Jan were able to return home from the holidays, to be with family \\9
those friends and family for and is a patient In TheCanasta Club met again shoppers in Jax. Friday hospital.Mrs. and friends. n
the holidays.As Alachua General Hospital. last Tuesday night Dec. 13, at evening. Elmaire Crews and "Congratulations" to Mr. IIOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Tuesday night for their I
a new year is about to Christy, we hope you have a the home of member Jean Our heartfelt sympathy family of Jax. visited Mr. and Freddie Cox on that six point Sunday School, 19 a.m. monthly meeting. Following I \
dawn upon us. it reminds me speedy recovery.Mr. Wilkerson. Only the regularswere goes to the family of Mr. Mrs. A.R. Bruner over the deer. After the deer was Morning Worship for toddlers;, the meeting wives and '
'Of this poem as we will all bee and Mrs. McFarland at this meeting. Vicki Maxie Wilkerson who passed weekend.The dressed it turned out to weigh 11 a.m. in old church and children served refreshments. ,
getting another year older were shopping in Gainesville James, Wilma Coss, Reba away last Friday he was an FSP-UCI Employee'sclub close to 100 pounds. That wasa regular morning worship at 11 Everyone enjoyed the
'j Sunday and dined out at Hicks, Sylvia Underhill, outstanding teacher and will enjoy an evening big one! a.m. in new church; Sunday homemade goodies and excitement
"Green Is more green" Morrison's.The Martha Nettles, Nell Dickens, leader in the community for so meal tonight before their regular Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Single- evening worship, 7:15: p.m.; of the Christmas '
(Each summer I'm older Morgan Road Baptist Betty Bessho and the hostess, many years, May God com Bingo session starts, tary and children Glen and Wednesday Prayer Meeting season. ,
4 Green Is more green Church held its annual WMU Jean Wilkerson. Refresh fort his family and loved ones this is for the regular Bingo Jan will be visiting Mr. and 7:30: p.m.; Young People's i .
The trees are more brilliant Christmas party Tuesday ments included chips and in this time of sorrow. players who have been active Mrs. Jimmy Cox and family choir,Sunday 5:30p: ,m.; Adult 4-H CLUB I
Than I've ever seen. night at the home of Mrs. dips, home made candy Mr. and Mrs. Mallie Griffis each week. today. I know the Singletary Choir 6:15: p.m.; Wednesday The Theressa 4-H Club held r,
'The splotches of violets Ernestine Underhill. After peanuts and german choco- were business' visitors in The Johnstown Baptist family will be enjoying the Night 8:30: their meeting Tuesday night +
(Are even more they shared a Bible study, late cake. Prizes were Jacksonville Thursday and Church put their Christmas grandchildren.Mr. p.m. for the month of December. :'
Purple': than I can everyone enjoyed a covered awarded to the highest scorer while there visited a niece, play on last Sunday night, a Leonard Sapp and a Eleven members and three r J. '
(Remember before dish supper, and a good time Sylvia Underhill, and the Mrs. Rusty Strada. big crowd attended and it was friend. Mr. Mott from Jax., We will have service at the leaders attended. '
The shy Is much bluer. was had by all. lowest score Nell Dickens. Mr. and Mrs. Ruffin Griffis enjoyed by all. were visiting his mother, Mrs. church Sunday morning and a They decorated the com-
'The clouds are more while, The local Boy Scouts held a The next party will be held had their daughter and son-in- The WMU prayer group Myrtle Sapp. Saturday. film Sunday evening. See the munity center for citizens r
4 The.red bird the blue Jay bake sale Saturday. Dec. 17, Jan. 3 at the home of Martha law, Mr. and Mrs. Junior from Sardis Baptist Church Mrs. Joyce Taylor and special article in the paper. having Christmas parties. ,J'
tfAII burstlngly/ bright. and are planning to have a Nettles. A mistake was made Waters, as supper guests enjoyed a Saturday night baby, Genna Rose, are The young people of Hope They discussed buying new I
My.eyes may have dimmed.But court of honor later this recently on the name of one of Monday night. luncheon at Wishbone and spending the week with her Church will put on a special sports equipment for the ::
my soul has gained sight. month. At the court they receive the alternates, she is Dorothy Mr. and Mrs.\ Mallie Griffis everyone' enjoyed the oc- parents in Cocoa. I know Sid is play at the church Wednesday community center and work
badges, etc. that have Keehn not Kuhn. had Sunday luncheon guests of caslon. missing Joyce and Baby evening at 7:30: p.m. and also day to repair the merry-go- .,
4 been earned. Later the troop Mrs. Delores Civils, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Wallace We enjoyed a call from our Genna Rose this week. Thursday night. The youth round and basketball goals. '
ft i Mr. and Mrs. Mike Clance will be going on a camping Wanda and Mrs. Bernice and Dea Mikell from Ocala.: boy, Gary, who is In the Navy. We enjoyed a happy week. have worked hard and have a Two new members were r
5 were Monday night supper trip, and all the scouts look Holder were shopping in Jax. They attended the funeral of He was enroute to California end with a visit from little special scene at the front of present for the meeting: ,
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W.F. forward to that. Money Wednesday night and enjoyed Mr. Maxie Wilkerson,. along and then on to Hawaii for Amy Bonita. She is walkingnow the church. Tammy and Robby Spitze. 4 a
Atwood. Sr. donated by the FSP-UCI dining out at Red Lobster, with Mr. and Mrs. Mallie three years. He Is now in his ,so you have to stay on the The club had $40 donated to '
I f. Tuesday Mn. Emma Employee's club was used to know you girls had fun, wish I Griffis. fifth year of duty in the Navy. ball to keep up now. Sunday afternoon visitationat them by the Florida 4-H ;
J D Jongh of Maxville had a re-regiaterand buy badges for had been there. Friday everyone had a treat He was really happy to be The First Baptist Church at church at 2:30 Community Pride Program.
new :
a Wonderful visit from Mr. and Scout advancements. Mrs. Pierce Crews had and ate out at Wishbone, Mr. going to Hawaii, this is where Raiford will combine Sunday meet p.m.each There will be a workday on t
Young
Mrs. H.W. Pringle and Mr. Mrs. Brown and a friend, visitors Saturday afternoon, and Mrs. Mallie Griffis and Gary was when he enlisted in School and Church togethernext Monday night people at 7:30: in January 14 (Saturday). Time
4 William Pringle. Mrs. Mrs. Becky Dobbins, visited her sister, Mrs. H.W Pringleand daughter Mrs. Alice the Navy. Sunday, Christmas Day the community house.p.m. and place will be announced at
DeJonah is an aunt of the Mrs. Pierce Crews Monday Mr. William Pringle of Ellington, after returning The teachers'and officers of Church services will begin at New lifetime Bible Club a later date. Reproter for the b
delicious: lunch together at lovely fruit basket teenage Christmas are glad to report Mr. Church had a Christmas cook-: Sunday morning.' Sunday the old church grounds after I would like to wish you all a
and I and children Bruner is home the out with grilled steaks and all services will Merry Chlrstmas and
Mrs. Dejongh'f home. Jack dance was held Friday nightat A.R. from night begin at 7 school in the rolling church. hope
Mrs. Pierce Crews and her Brenda and Charley, enjoyed the clubhouse and it was a hospital we hope -he will the trimmings Saturday night p.m. and over at 8 p.m. : FIRE DEPARTMENT you will be careful if you ,
f niece Mrs. Atwood, were a shopping trip to Gainesville big success with many at. continue to improve and wish and everyone had a wonderful From our house to yours The Theressa Volunteer .travel. Also don't forget to
business visitors in Lake Monday. We met lots of home tending. A buffet was held him a speedy recovery. time at the cookout.Mr We wish you all a very merry Fire Department met attend the church of your.
< Butler. Tuesday and enjoyed town people shopping, Mrs., before the dance and a good We're sorry to hear Lt. ,Don Davis" "was home on Christmas s choice.
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ObituariesRALPH MANY UNADVERTISED


MOORK..SR..82 NOELP.JOYNER: : 59 !\Irs.Neta R.Todd.70
Mr. Noel P. Joyner, 59, of Mrs. Neta Raulerson Todd,
!Mr. Ralph G. Moore, Sr. 82, Route 1 in Starke, died 70, of Worthington Springs, LADIES SPECIALSBOOTS
of Rt. 1, Lake Butler died at Thursday after an extended died Wednesday night,
his residence Tuesday illness. December 14, in Shands
evening. Born in Monticello, Son of the late Alphonso and Teaching Hospital after an
New York on April 14, 1895, Glenna Bowen Joyner of extended illness. ALL NIGHT LONG.
Mr. Moore had lived in Jackson, Tennessee, Mr. Mrs. Todd was a native and .
Florida for ten years the last Joyner was born and raised in lifelong resident of Union
five years in the western partof Jackson. He later moved to County, and a member of the
Bradford County. He was Starke where he was employed Oak Grove Church of Jesus BE HERE EARLY & STAY LATE FOR
an Army veteran of W.W. I, a by the Florida National Christ of Latter Day Saints. All In Stock
retired building contractor, Guard at Camp Blanding as Survivors include her
and of the Methodist faith. parts clerk. He served in the husband Mr. Islah Todd; two
Army and was a member of daughters, Mrs. Sadie Davis THE TOY CLEANUP
Survivors include his wife, Providence Methodist Churchin and Mrs. Carolyn Greek, bothof 1 : ...
Mildred F. Moore of Lake Jackson, Tennessee. Lake Butler; eight sons;
Buler; five children: one Survivors include his wife, Sidney, Mallie, Bennett, Ray, 'I Price
brother; one sister; 21 Mrs.Jewell Joyner of Starke; and Kenneth, all of Lake
grandchildren; several great three daughters: Mrs. Ann Butler; David, Vernon and /2
grandchildren. Woods Mrs.Janet Maslowski, Frank, all of Lake City; two
Mrs. Glenna Morgan, all of brothers, Nathan Raulersonand
Memorialization was by Starke; one son Randy Dan Raulerson, both of
cremation with burial to be Joyner of Providence, Fla.; Starke; 29 grandchildren and
at a later date in the one sister, Mrs. Elizabeth nine greatgrandchildren.Funeral .
Seamanville Cemetery in Williams of Brownville, services were held
Orange County, New York. Tenn.; two brothers, Roger Saturday, December 17, at
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Joyner of Brownville Tenn., 2:30: p.m. at the graveside in Unannounced
Home was in charge of the and Ira Joyner of Miami, Elzey Chapel Cemetery near
arrangements.Rev. Fla.; and nine grandchildren. Worthington Springs. Burial
Funeral services were followed under the direction of
conducted Saturday at Archer Funeral Home of Lake Specials BUCK &WHITE I
.:Maxie Wilkinson,69 Madison St. Baptist Church Butler.
with Rev. Charles Swartz
Rev. :Maxie\ W. Wilkinson, officiating, assisted by Rev. O I TELEVISIONSSHEETS '
69, of Lawtey, died Friday Frank Taylor of the old LOST DOGChiUr.0' All NightBICYCLES
December 16, at the Alachua Providence Baptist Church. .
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General Hospital in Burial was in Kingsley Lake Female. Black :.nd whit I CL
Gainesville after an extended Cemetery with Archer-Tanner puppies, reMmbUog :
illness. Funeral Home in charge of poodle Lost In Lawteyan .
arrangements. between SR-223 and
Rev. Wilkinson was a nativeof 125.Phone 7823489. ItchfMERR
Bradford County, and spent Mcn'sLaclics,
his entire life in Bradford and 2BLANKETS
Union counties. He was pastorof 1 t ... .'.-
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the Dinkins Church at .a
Sanderson for 22 years and L COATS
was the pastor of the Mt. Zion
Church Macclenny: for 17ears.
\ Rev. Wilkinson taught Reg 3"
school in Baker and Union
counties for37 years, and was :_ JrI Oft
teaching at Lake Butler r
:Middle\ School at the time of 25 % '
his retirement. ,'., -I. '
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member of the :New'; Hiver : They Last
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( :Miss Jo Ann the spirit of the CHRIstMAS CHRISTMAS TREES i i
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Gloria [Jean Ilickman of '
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Busby were united in
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The THlt Sldt of HeavenWe Jf Saturday, UnitedMethodist rc ,
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WE HOPE YOU FIND 4 Held Christmas Park.Charles E. Busby of Orange

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Rev. Ed Montgomery of
Luncheon Dec.7: Lake City performed the
GREAT GIFTS .- ceremony.Mrs. .
I The W.T. Weeks chapter of L.J. Green organist, fn{ t
W-1r7 ; the United Daughters of the Mrs. Edward Ripplinger r
Confederacy i I held its annual pianist, and Mrs. Joan Chitty,
M'v thte, Christmas dutch treat lun- vocalist, presented a program
I cheon Wednesday, Dec. 7, at i1, of nuptial music.
,\ the Holiday Inn. The chancel was centeredby
1' tJ ._ The head table was + rt a gold arch with burning
.1/ ..,. '.,;' decorated will, 'II Mr. and Mrs the arch
,""- 0. ; I" tapers. Highlighting
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delabrai I with lighted green white gladioli, pink, turquoiseand ,
tapers.,Matching candelabras yellow carnations and '
together:' .with miniature white poms and gypsophila.The .
Christmas! frees{ decorated the chancel w-' draped with r
side l tables! Red and white'' saa green fern ;throughout .. ,' JlJ
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candy, canes were placed at' I rt .r thechoir ,e gold spiralsand '. ......,...:..+
.y each place setting togetherwith gold tree candelabraswith ,;
a 1978 date book. burning tapers and <
William George minister of palms,bamboo and fern trees. I
music from the First Baptist Highlighting the entrance hall
Church, spoke on the Meaning pe of the sanctuary, the tables
, of Love and Christmas.. W.B., held marble and gold can-
McKlnney.'violinist.and Mrs. delabras with burning tapers
L.A. Canova on the autoharp, 9 and greenery.
presented a program of Robin Mosley, Kenneth Tuefcner, Norfolk, .
Christmas music and the Va. was best man. Ushers (
audience participated in Randell Wheeler were Marc Frith, New '; ", .
singing carols. Mexico, George Krietemeyer, :
., Hostesses were Miss Norma Wed Nov. 22 Anthony,Fla., Michael Miller, .' .,'
Canovachairman: Mrs. Elzie Gene and Randy Rutherford, I '
Sanders, Mrs. L.F. Dinkins Robin Elaine Mosley, Madison and Lee Sparks. AEI ," ,;
and Mrs. G.J. McGriff, Sr. daughter of Nathan and Mrs. Michael Miller attended I .J!
Enjoying the occasion were Roeamae Mosley of Maxville. her sister as matron of .JiJ ,
24 members and four guests. became the bride of Randell honor. Bridesmaids were Miss t ':4 r

rro y Alvin Wheeler, son of Elgin Susan Prochasha, Miami: I ? .
Meth. Group 2 Wheeler and the late Bob Miss Sherrl Smithson, ..1"
,Wheeler of Lawtey,on Nov. 22 Tampa: Mrs.. Lee Sparks,
Christmas at 2 p.m. in Kingstree, S.C. Mrs. Kenneth Tuebner, sisterof Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Busby
The bride was honored at a the groom, Norfolk, Va.:
LuncheonMethodist bridal shower last Monday Miss Vicky Turner and Miss and yellow poms gypsophila wedding cake with flowers in
ivy and pearl streamers.The the bride's colors
a Barbara Valinskl. on top. At
night given by Ruby Mosleyand
reception was held at each end of the table
2 had its Wise at the The matron of honor and the were
Group Margaret the Woman's Club of Starke candelabras with
bridesmaids were gowned burning
annual covered dish Christ home of the latter in Lawtey.
alike in turquoise qiana knit which was richly decoratedwith tapers and arrangements of
is in
The
mas luncheon Dec. 13 at the couple residing
with flowing skirt and fitted fern and bamboo trees pink and turquoise carnationsand
sincerely wish that home of Mrs. D.W. Thornton, Maxville awaiting the
and floral .
arrangements.The and white
leader, at Kingsley Lake with finishing of their home in bodice with tiny straps. The yellow poms.
elbow length cape was tied at receiving line room was !Mrs. Stanley Martin and Mrs.
you have a Mrs. John Watson as co- Lawtey. the neck. They carried waltz draped with greenery and the Harold Sullivan. Tallahassee
hostess.
cascades of miniature pink fireplace mantel held a large aunts of the bride cut the
Merry Christmas. A Very Special "Thank You" Carver Carolyn gave Eaves the and Christmas Phyllis Baptist Minister's and turquoise carnations floral arrangement of pink cake.
and carnations The punch tables were t
white and yellowpoms, baby'sbreath turquoise
For Your Patronage And member program with and presented a booklet. each Wives Have PartyWives sprengeri and white gladioli and white and covered in white Army-Navy
Brown's turquoise velvet streamers.The yellow poms. cloths and the silver bowls I
the luncheon
Friendship Duffet Following luncheon served.a of the Baptist bride, given in Mrs. Ben Moxley greeted were encircled with greeneryand
was
carried ministers in the New River marriage by her father, was guests and presented them to carnations. Pouring
Refrigeration & The appointments out Baptist Association met Dec. lovely in a white gown of the receiving line composed of punch were :Mrs. Allan
theme.
the In holiday conclusion members. 12at the home of Mrs. Charles polyester chiffon made in an the bride and groom their Teddor, Orlando and :Mrs
Air from Swartz for a Christmas party. empire silhouette. Re- parents and attendants. Rodney Waldrop. Charleston.S.C. +
Conditioning ACME Hardware & opened Partners.gifts their The program was led by embroidered alencon lace, Mrs. Clyde Sinclair invited ., cousins of the bride and
Prayer Mrs. James Countryman and accented with seed pearls and the guests in for refresh- !Miss Debbie Spengler and
Among the 21 attending Mrs. Travis R. Kimbril. irridescents adorned the ments. The food table in the !Miss Anne Haxnes.
226 S. Walnut
guests were Mrs. Jerry Anne dining room was covered witha The bride's book was kept
Mrs. Christmas gifts were ex- Queen neckline and I
Building Markham Steve
Starke, Florida Supply Strickland, and Mrs. Cindy changed and the ladies en- bishop sleeves,.The watteau white Army-Navy cloth overa by Mrs. Carl Riherd at a
and pink liner. Centering the round table covered in a white
Rowell and member Joyed a time of fellowship train extended From a yoke of
a new ,
964-7731- table was an arrangement of Army-Navy cloth and centered ,
301 W. Call .St. 964.6163 Mrs. Jim Tennington. refreshments. imported English net. Her
chapel length mantilla was turquoise and pink carnationsand with an apricot rose in a

,-r -- + lace and seed; pearls and attached 'a .Silverbowl."The out rice was :Miss
,
and son Christopher spent
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'"- bride's- table was Laurie Teddor Orlando.
weekend in Arcadia with to a Juliet cap of lace
the covered 'in a white Army- Assisting in serving the
and seed pearls. She carried a
Mr. and Mrs. Bill
I,i her parents, Colonial cascade of turquoiseand Navy cloth over white skirt guests were: Mrs. Donald
Kids :oulter: and. had an early pink carnations, white and centered with a four tier Carter. :Mrs J.H.'alinskl..
Hey ::hrlstmas.I
Mrs.
I Henry_ Godwin.,..:Mrs.__ Olin
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II. 1. r --- N line. u mm. no n..u.mnera.u no Airs.

Vincent Spl'nglt'r.lrs.: F.W
s Strickland and :Mrs. Charles

Did You Forget To Tell Santa I Darby After a wedding trip to

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Christmas i # ..... Hayride, Dinner

The Youth Department; of

w 1h(4lli& the Starke Church of God
,r_:" <,. en.ioxod a haxride and
\ progressive dinner\ Saturday
night Pec. 17. from 6 p m. to

t midnight
ae. >> The group!; assembled at the
church and started their ride

k from there. They enjoyed
drinks at the Rev and Mrs.
d M.E. Drakes home from
there they w ent to the home of
:Mr. and :'Ilrs. WAV.ells on
SK-16 east for salads. They
caroled Christmas( songs hack
to the home of :Mrs. 1 Dot
.
h Geiger; !; where they ate
vegetables. After caroling
through town they enjoyed
hot chili at the home of :Mr
and :Mrs. Charles Schmitt,
I They wound th<'lrlay hackto
I l awtey to t the home of :Mr ,

Well You Can Call And Tell Him i delicious and :Mrs.desseits.Ralph :Martin for

The evening was enjoyed bx
the 26 youths and the pastor
and :Mrs. Drake. f

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The Youth Department will
present its annual Christmas
pageant!; Friday. Dec. 23. at
r Thanks To Guaranty FederalS 7:30: p.m. at the Starke Churchof
God. 422 N. St. Clair street.
A warm welcome is extended
to the public.
And f


And to all heartfelt Meth. Women's
our
Florida Class Held Dinner r
Telephone Company. ,

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They Have A Direct Line To The North Pole, The Methodist Women's
School class held
Sunday a
/ serve the many fine progressive dinner party last
: Go Ahead And Call. 964-8600 And Talk "" Thursday night
(
An appetizer was served at

To Santa ...... 1--\ folks in the community. e {, the the salad home at of the Mrs.home Olin of White Mrs.;

ESIJC Henry Godwin; the main
course at the home of Mrs.
STARKE: GuarantyFederal '-'::"-::"- Bradford County Officials ., 1 Drew Reddish and dessert at
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395 W. Madison the home iof Mrs. F.W
Savings & Loan Association ---- Strickland where they exchanged

/964-5000 GILBERT BROWN Clerk Of The Courts ELZIE SANDERS County'Judg gifts after the dinner.
The class also presentedMrs. I

Atltrtwt H Ntfcl. VIM lift KliWr. .. Strickland, teacher witha
.If
tr ,,l. R. KELLY Tax Collector DOLPH REDDISH Sheriff personal gift. .
Each home was: gayly t
JIMMY ALVAREZ Property Appraiser ,.decorated.. in the holiday
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Lettle Green, Lonnie WoodburnWed r .., ..,/'f"" ';'' Fritz Kranier Named Shriner of the Year I


Dec.. 16 President D.E. 'Nettles

presents Noble F.H. Kramer
? Let tie Green and Lonnie Mr. Woodburn uncle and theShrinerof the Year Plaque'at

Woodburn were united in aunt Miss Candy Woodburn, the Annual Christmas I

marriage Friday night Dec. his sister and Miss Eliane Party held at the Stark Golf

L ___ 4 16, at the home of Mr. Sorel, both of Gainesville, and and Country Club, Saturday
Woodburn's mother, Mrs. Mrs. James Starling.A ,'. December 17. '
__ Mildred Woodburn, 1115 Pratt reception was also held at Shriner1 Kramer was tapped> i
the Woodburn home.
street. for this honor for the',second--
Rev. James Starling per- The bride's table was timer the first Shrinet of then I
&tfl formed the covered with bridal table
nuptials. a Year award went to.hIm in;
those cloth and centered with I
Among attendingwere a two J9G9.The award is determined.
Mr. Woodburn's brother- tiered wedding cake topped by the members of the Starke
in-law and sister, Mr. and with a bride and groom. 1.Oi Shrine Club by secret. ballot. I
rak V Mrs. Keith Reeves and sons of Following a wedding trip to Shriner Kramer was'affordedthis I
I and World the 6 l
rA Winter Park, Mr. Mrs. Disney couple is honor for his devotion to
Double of Winter resldi the Woodburn.hwxlt
James Park I
int tI the club and in his support of
.
'
1SK 7 its chariable activities:
"Frits is always ready no KRAMER
Alpha Gamma Has Tasting Party Dee 12 matter what is asked of him,"
I t4d said President Nettles in
DMHHHHHUHHBBnaUU I 1 Alpha Gamma Chapter of Jane Trawick. making the presentation. It ;tXcLJou? ? Knotu .
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert I Goldwire Alpha Delta Kappa held its Lucille Payne presented Bill was further noted that
Christmas Tasting Sinclair a gift upon her takes the
annual Kramer on
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert GoldwireCelebrate Party at the Episcopal Parish retirement from the teaching ; ': responsibilities with the spiritof Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Cooper

House on December 12 with profession.After youth for this 84 year old have had as visitors, Mr. and
Golden President Gladys Thomas a brief background of shriner is truly young at Mrs. Walter Stewart of
AnniversaryMr. presiding.Evelyn. the setting of the original heart. Shriner Kramer lives Trenton were last Friday
Sinclair gave the carol was read the group then with his Lady Ida at 1300(() dinner guests; Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. Gilbert On the piano was a silkflower Christmas devotional. joined in singing a verse of the l "" "", i Searing, in Starke. Joe Cooper of Peoria, 111. were
Goldwire were honored arrangement of yellow President Thomas introduced carol with Verna Schmidt- at "-- -- Sunday visitors while enrouteto

Sunday, Dec. 18 at a reception roses in a brass bowl guest, JoAnn the piano. their winter home in
at the Woman's Club of presented to Mrs. Goldwire by Brierton. Everyone enjoyed the "; DUPLICATE BRIDGE Lakeland and Mrs. Betty
Starke celebrating their her son. Michael, more than 20 President Thomas, Eugenia assortment of delicious CLUB RESULTS McDonald of Bradenton was

golden wedding anniversary. years ago. Whitehead, Nancy Denton, goodies. Hostesses for the ,-I' .' .. Dolly Kunig and Jeff Tuesday overnight guest.
Greeting guests at the door The refreshment table, and Eunice Searing conductedthe evening were Jewelle Brown Wrenshall were the winning
were Mrs. J.R. Wainwright covered with a cutwork cloth, initiation ceremony for Carolyn Canova, and Verna couple at Duplicate Bridge Mr. and Mrs. Joe Neal

and Mrs. J.W. Ritch. In the was centered with a flower pledges Becky Dobbins and Schmidt. ". .." Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Belche and son, Robert of

receiving line were the arrangement flanked by ", Charles Riddle were second Norfolk, Va. spent Friday to
honored couple and Mr. and silver candlesticks with gold Mrs. Bennett ( and Lora Francis and Rhea Sunday with her mother Mrs.\
Mrs. H Ray Goldwire and tapers. GOLDWIRE 50th Johnson were third. J.G. Caldwell and family.
Hal. and of Adrienne Barry and Denise table large ..., .!
sons Craig Ryan was a arrangement Shower HonoreeMrs. I
Toledo Ohio and Mr. and !Mrs. Winkler attended the guest of gold and white flowersin A.. I I

:Michael Goldwire and book table which was high. a tall epergne sitting between Roger Bennett a Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carter

daughters. Laura and Beth of bud lighted vase.with The a single guests rose signedthe in a two silver punch bowls. recent bride,was honored at a Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carter DESK THE
LauderdaleThe
Fort with Appointing both the cake and bridal shower Dec. 7 given by
book
guest a gold pen
club house was beautifully punch tables were green gar- Mrs. Frank Norman Mrs.
with the Goldwire'sil1ltials Observe 50th
decorated with both engraved lands and fresh flowers and Henry Williams, Mrs. Bill Anniversary
and the dates 1927-
Christmas wreaths, garlandsand candelabras with white Green Mrs. Jimmy Lee, Mrs. HAbbi
poinsettias and gold 1977.A. tapers. Roy Clemons, Sr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carter gifts and put them on display.
focal point was a four Others assisting in servingwere
white and yellow flowers. The Goldwires were Fred Bennett at the home of celebrated their 50th wedding
sent friends tiered cake with scalloped Sunday Dec. 18, Mrs. Maxie Carter, Sr.,
(Flowers by were married Dec. 14, 1927 at the the latter on SR-16. anniversary
bottom decorated with yellow and Mrs.Lois Carter and Mrs.
used throughout the club Methodist Church in Way- Three at a reception at their home in
games were playedby
white and sisters of Mrs.
and
roses topped Johnny Aguair,
Lawtey.
house cross, Ga. The Rev. J.N. the 35 guests and prizes
:Music was provided by :Mrs with a tiny nosegay of fresh Peacock presided at the awarded. Mrs. George Shuford Carter. f .
Inez Green pianist and W.B. flowers.In nuptials. The Goldwires have The round refreshmenttable greeted the guests at the door Out-of-town guests were
the center of the punch Miss Debbie Buarch, Mrs. Bill
: violinist Mrs. Bill Wilson directed
McKinney been residents of Starke since was covered with a
white lace cloth blue them to the guest book which Wilson and Miss Laura Wit- ,
over a
1955.Among the out-of-town liner and centered with a was kept by Mrs. Larry cher Cavalers of Miami; Mrs.
Roy Merredith, Mr. and Mrs.
guests were: Mr. and Mrs. crystal punch bowl encircled Maddox
Earl Denmark, Mr. and Mrs. i it
of interest in the
At points
Lamar Goldwire of Palatka, with greenery and silver and
Johnny Aguair, Mr. and Mrs.
living room the Christmas
brother and best man at their blue pine cones. This was
Maddox Mr. and Mrs.
wedding; Mrs. Henry B. Bell, flanked by two silver candle theme was carried out. On the Larry ,
Howard Mrs.
Waycross Ga., maid of holders with blue candles. mantel was an arrangementof Thompson I Ir
honor; Mrs. W.H. Peebles of The hostesses presented the holly, magnolia leaves and Lester Sponholtz, Mrs. Lois
Mrs. Dixon
Vanmate, Judy
red candles. Also at vantage
Mrs. L.E. Sterling of
Ocala honoree with a corsage and I
and Mr. and Mrs. Ovid
,
Valdosta, both sisters of Mrs. portable electric mixer as a points in the party rooms were son
Goldwire; Mr. and Mrs. Earl memento of the occasion. bouquets of gold fresh flowers Denmark, Mrs. Mamie

McDaniel, Brunswick, Ga., Among the guests were Mrs. with the emblem "50" in the Sweat Denmark., Miss Miss Nancy Arwood Sherrie f
brother of Mrs. Goldwire; ML. Norman and Mrs. E.L. center.
Victor Richard
and Arwood
Miss Elizabeth Goldwire, Norman, grandmother and The refreshment table was
and Mike Sweat of Nit
sister Mrs. Ashley covered with a gold lace cloth League
of
Waycross, ; mother the honoree, and
Jacksonville Mrs. Gertrude ,
Goldwire, and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Gary Bennett, mother. over gold liner and centered ;
William\ Goldwire and son, in-law. with a three tiered cake with Lindsay, High Springs; Mr.
the "50th" emblem and Mrs. William Sapp.
Billy or' Waycross Miss India on top. Gainesville Mr.and Mrs. Bob
butter mints and ;
Alan and Mrs. Meth 1 Has Spiced nuts,
Ballinger\ and Group
coffee were served 1 from silver Hudson Ocala; Mrs. Pearl
[ Jack McDaniel Brunswick; servers. Mrs. Leon Starlingcut Godwon and Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Tyra Sowell, Jacksonville Christmas LuncheonGroup
the cake and Mrs. Shad Frank L. Alford. Lake Butler;
; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Neal Miss Debbie Phillips and Mrs.
Valdosta; Mr. and Mrs. Dale 1 of the United Starling granddaughter i
Carrie Bill Moseley, Mac-
Women met for its presided at the punch bowl.
Fisher and son, Douglas, of Methodist clenny Mrs Theodore
;;
Mrs. Harley llazen poured
Ocala.;.Mifts Martha Taylor of annual Christmas covered Rosier, Raiford; Mrs. Louie
Waycross, Mr. and Mrs. dish luncheon Dec. 13 at the coffee.
Bell Hawthorne Mrs.
Payne
homeof Mrs. F.W. Strickland.The Mrs. Edward fc Roberts
Gainesville
Stanley Mathis,: ;
Louie Johns, Brooker; Mr.
showed the guests to the gift
business meeting was
Jay Horne Of Jacksonville,
and Mrs. Ken Fronk
Mr. and Mrs. Wealon Holland conducted by Mrs. George room where Miss Donna SA
ASot'
Lakeland Mr. and Mrs. L.C
Carter, granddaughter and ;
Mrs. L.C. Early
Montpelier Vt.; Mrs. Huggins.
Smith. Dade and Mrs.
City
Mrs. Glen Starling opened the ;
Margaret Tidwell and gave the devotional and Mrs. H.D. Shelton Silver Springs.Mr. BESSIo
of Jacksonville C.D. Thornton presented
daughter the ,
Mrs. Ruby Crawley of Way- program.The yov
And best cross, Mr. and Mrs. G.S. home was appropriately 1968 CLASS HKUMON:
our Newcomb. Gainesville.An decorated in the All graduates of Bradford [ )

t for a great interesting gift pre- Christmas theme. High School class of 1968 who
sented to the Goldwires by The buffet luncheon was are interested in helping to

New Year. Mrs. Bell maid of honor, was served from the dining room plan a 10 year class reunionare and Mrs. Wayne Harperof -and thanks for letting us
table and seatedat asked to meet at the
their original marriage certi- guests were
Starke the birthof
ficate. individual tables in the Bradford High School announce serve you during the year.

Attending the punch bowls family room.Following auditorium Thursday. Jan. born a daughter Dec. 17 Karla in Alachua Keisha
were Mrs. Dale Fisher, Mrs. luncheon gifts 19. 1978 at 7:30: p m. General Maternal
exchanged between (For more information call Hospital. Starke City OfficialsHAROLD
Harriet Richarde Mrs. J.H. were
Charles Mr. and
John Fuquay grandparents are
Fuquay, Moseley and Mrs. Warren "Prayer Partners. 964-6924. or 9B4-5927 after 5p.m. Mrs Seeber Goodman.

Winkler. .-.. Paternal grandparents are EPPS MAYOR
& Of Serving cake were Mrs. -.1 Mr. and Mrs! L.H. Harper of
Employees
H.H. Adams, Mrs. Warren Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Case Starke. JIMMY BOWEN CHIEF OF POLICE

Carver, Mrs. Betty Registerand and family of Lake City and Mr. and Mrs. R.P. ELDON SAPP CHIEF OF FIRE DEPT.
Mrs. A.J. Eaves. Floor Miss Nancy Struth of McLendon have had as ISIr.
FUQUAY TAXI hostesses were Mrs. A.J. Gainesville will spend the visitors Miss Betty Ingle of MERRILL EDWARDS CITY CLERK
Barry, Miss Lillian\ Stump holidays with their mother, Cincinnati Ohio Thursday to !\ and Mrs. Lloyd Badmanof
FUQUA CARPET CLEANERS Mrs. Olin White and Mrs. Mrs. Lu Struth. Mr. and Mrs. Monday and Mr. and Mrs. New Brunswick. Canada Councilmen

George Huggins.Approximately. Rod Struth and family of Seldon Cogdill of Williston and arrived Saturday to spend
STARKE AMOCO 250 guests Plant City will join the family Mrs. Tom Raker and three weeks with his mother, WILBUR WATERS JOE WARREN

called between the hours of 3 Dec. 27 for the following daughter, Gavin, of Saudi and Mrs.Mrs.Emma V.J.Badman and Mr. CHARLES SCHAEFER VERNON SILCOX
and 5 Spengler.
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) Meth. Christmas r Program: Held Sunday Night, :.

'The Methodist Youth page ot this issue). evening for the children was
Fellowship was in charge o( Following the ''program the appearing of Santa Claus
the Christmas program members and guests went into with a bag of gifts for each
Sunday night in the Methodist Fellowship Hall where the one. Santa also presented the
: I 'sanctuary (Details and those children's division,. under minister, Rev. George Harper -
: IN { appearing on the program are director Carolyn Eaves, sang and organist Mrs. Green
j js in the Methodist Youth Ac- three Christmas carols, Jim with personal gifts..
tivities write-up on the churchMr. Ritch led the group in singing During the social hour
carols with Inez Green at the Virginia Jean Johns and her
l } >s -- aI piano.The. committee. served refresh-
big moment of, the ments.

i and Mrs Simon Denton
and Mr.and Mrs. Ed Mitchelland

,, : family of Boynton Beachare
visiting Mr and Mrs. Don
,rt ,yv Denton for a week.
P

r Guests at the Starke Golf and Country Club Christnas Party got a special treat when the Bradford Mrs. L.T. Izler of Ocala and
High Pop Ensemble sang several number Robin Mullms of Fort Pierceare ro ? q,
The 12-member ensemble, part of the BUS Choral Department under direction of Bill McRae, spending the holidays with s,, tti
took the stage to a noisy crowd which hadn't finished their dinner. McRae's Introduction couldn't Dr. and Mrs. R.S. Muflins.Warm .
;. pr i be heard. Then they started to sing. The noise lessened; the people listened. The ensemble then
I t got big applause after each number, tome Christmas songs, some of the group's own renditions.
In other words folks, they're good I Don't miss it If you get a chance to hear this BIIS group sing.
wig Members are (\l-r): Lisa Morris Rhonda Griffis, Phillis Collier.Tommie Steel. Martin Slocum
I Joey Ilerres. Kevin Neel Mike Andrews Neva Flynn, Stephanie Green, Kathy Taylor, Cheryl
and director Billy Mcllae. I ,
I Boyette I ,' o *%

r I Country Club Has Annual Xmas Party/ .- AI 0, r

The Starke Golf and members of the BHS Pop Among the out-of-town ;
Country Club held its annual ensemble choral group sang people attending the funeral of w \
several selections under the
Christmas and
family party Mrs Gladys Christy last
$ covered dish dinner last direction of Bill McRae, Thursday were: Miss Sue '. .
[ director. Joey Herres 1
Thursday night at the club Ellen Cressler and Mrs. Joe
delighted the guests with a !
house. Connell of Mr. and
t'' s+ { t The festive holiday theme solo and Robert Jacobs of Mrs. Arthur Tampa Harrington; !
Gainesville enchanted the
carried out throughoutthe
was Raymond Harrington, Miss
4 l t club house. Near the door audience with an hour'smagician Mildred Simmons, Miss
b was a large Christmas tree show. Eunice Belcher, Paul Canova, 1' +
next to a fireplace hung. with Topping off the evening Mr.and Mrs Jack Mason Mr. I
Mr and Mrs. Ronald Thomas stockings. The buffet table Santa Claus appeared and and Mrs. George Gill Miss
was centered with a red and talked to all the children and Nettie Rashdolph and Douglas 1
green arrangement and the gave each one a stocking full Seymour, Jacksonville Mrs.
I Neva Wilkins, Ronald Thomas individual dining tables were of candy. Robert Foster took John Kopelousos Orange; >
individual of the
Wed covered with red and green pictures Park; Bob Smith, Palatka;
Nov. 3 cloths and centered with red children sitting on Santa's lap. and Vernon WishesHave
Mr. Mrs. Conner
et 9.
Approximately 150 mem- : ,
lace. She carried a cascade of and green candles. Orlando; Bob Pringle and
Neva Nannette Wilkins,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O.J. pink carnations and roses, During the program 12 affair.bers and guests enjoyed the Jack Summitte, Daytona a bright happy :i

Anders Jr. of Palatka and yellow daisies red pompomsand Beach; Miss Sue Harrington, holiday season, everyonel! ;: )
Ronald Lanier Thomas, son of greenery with ivory Perry and Jim Williford and ">'*/ '3.*
Mr. and Mrs Woodrow L. ribbons and streamers. Old St. Nick Has Busy Week At Harold Seymour, Gainesville. osi/zi7/sr/ / A "'"'

Thomas of Starke were Following the wedding the Junior Club And to all an abundant
Local admittances
united in marriage Thursday, couple was honored at a to
Nov. 3, in Folkston, Ga. with supper at Bambu Luau in Old St. Nick has had a busy pancakes bacon and juice Bradford County Hospital the share of health and
Judge J.S. Haddock, per. ,Jacksonville by her parents. in at after past week include: from John Brown'sMobile
The couple is residing in week popping party was enjoyed by all, along witha Starke-Mrs. Myrtle McKin- lasting happiness.
.
forming the nuptials.The Starke. party including two at the moment on the Jolly Old ney, Cecil Messer, Mrs.

couple was accompanied The bride is a graduate of Junior Woman's Club, Fellow's lap for a discussionof Evelyn Griffis, Elmer Can- Home
by her parents.The Palatka South High School listening to the wants of the behaviour and gifts. non, Andrew Denton Hubert
bride wore an ivory and attended St. Johns River eager youngsters.He The mothers enjoyed the Cooper, Vernon Olin Mrs. Sawyer Slade Appliance
neck taffeta appeared at the JuniorWoman's event as much as the children. Annie Gorman Smith DeVoe
high gown over- Junior College. She is em- Hwy 21 N.
Club
layed with chiffon The bodicewas ployed at Gator Freightways Wednesday, Mrs Betty Stevens, Mrs.
enlayered with English Inc., Starke. Dec. 14, at 3 p.m. for a The Juniors are also Earline Wilkerson, Richard 332 W. Madison 964.7701 I
lace. The chiffon ruffle and Mr.Thomas is a graduate of Christmas party for 11 Indigent planning a Christmas party at Baugess, Mrs. Elizabeth 473 3775
puffed sleeves were etched Santa Fe High School, St. children which were Sunland Training Center in Crews Mrs. Julia Ripplinger, We Wish You A Merry Christmas
Health
with English lace The waist Johns River Junior Collegeand provided by the Gainesville on Dec. 23. Percy Wright and Mrs. ,
Starke.
.- line fell into an A-line floor the University of Florida. Department in the Patricia Cooper; Mrs. Iryna
After munching on
: length skirt with a flowing He is self employed at ThomasOil of home / Iwanciw of Lawtey; Mrs.
ruffle trimmed Starke. goodies consisting Jacqueline Rivers of Raiford
'" in English Company, and fruit ;
made cookies candy
and Walter Powell of
punch each child sat on -I\
II Jane Hilliard, Daniel Bennett Santa's lap and told him what Keystone Heights.
they wanted for Chirstmas.
I Wed Dec. 15 Santa gave each one a candy Mr. and Mrs. of Lemuel Miamiare
and family
Williams
cane from the tree and a gift.
1A Il
spending Saturday to
: Jane Susan Milliard The bride is employed by Bill Wilson from the Wednesday with his mother,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. DuPont and the groom is Chamber of Commerce Mrs L,S. Williams.
Luther C. Hilhard, and Daniel employed at Cecil Field. provided the wrapped candy,
John Bennett, son of Mrs. Curtis Sanders provided the
Joyce Bennett and the late I 1 +.. fresh fruit and the Junior Club Mrs. H.B. McLendon of
Johnny Bennett,* all of provided the cookies and gifts. Orlando is spending the
Law ,, united .. Christmas weekend with her
ley were in .
marriage Thursday, Dec. 15,. >*'>*Chastain Mr. and of Gainesville Mrs Tommy will' Juniors On Saturday held ,'their Dec 17 annual, the b brother, E.L.: Matthews:

at 4 p.m. in Kmgsland Ga.
spend the weekend with their
"Breakfast With Santa" with
The couple was attended by
parents Mrs. Clyde Sinclair approximately 70 little guests
their mothers.
and Mr. and Mrs. T.C. and mothers attending.A [j w
A held t
reception was at the Chastain.Mrs. of : +
breakfast
hearty ; '
home of the bride's parents in ;

Lawtey. Mike O'Brian and son I ___ ___ I
Mrs. Daryl Hilliard, sister- of Miami are visiting her
in-law of the bride greeted the parents Mr. and Mrs. T.H.
guests at the door. Mrs. Leon Slade, from Wednesday to
lading,aunt of the bride, cut Friday.
the wedding cake and

assisting in serving were Miss Linda Bakken is ER
Misses Darlene Bennett, visiting her parents Mr and
sister of the groom and Mrs. Donald Bakken in

Cynthia Jackson. Breckenridge, Minn. for a 7(1r
The couple is residing at Rt. week. I
1, Box 94D in Lawtey ,

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. m LLE? mUrnmI1UlJU0( ( Pecan Volume HOUSEHOLD HINTSby HAVE A. i

by Doloresl\leng mother from Gainesville h.

Phone 468-1915 enjoyed the lunch with their Drops, Ends Mary S. Yea rta When you leave the house or multi-colored effe t when I

Christmas Parties daughters and their students. Your County Extension retire for the evening, be sure thrown on a wood fire contain UI/UJ'7--.
The ladies of Hampton, Later in the day Santa Claus 1977 AuctionsPecan Home Economics that all lights are turned off by heavy metals. Eating them Ib4f '

Christian Church held their made an appearance in the Agent; unplugging them from the can cause serious gastroin-

Christmas meeting at the school library and presented TKKESLIGHTING. : wall outlet. Always disconnectany testinal problems and / ii

home of Mrs. Sue Brannon on each student with an orange auctions for this yearat Purchase lights electric appliance by vomiting. -

Bedford Lake on December and some candy. Santa was the State Farmers Market that have been checked for grasping the plug, not by If your child consumes any -

14. Plans were made to accept accompanied by a good came to an end Thursday. safety. Look for the UL labelof pulling the cord. of these possibly hazardous Many thanks for your To all our wonderful friends,

donations for church helper Mrs. William Schaub Dec. 15. when 1,982 pounds of Underwriters; Finally though it may substances call your patronage during the past and and customers May God bless

renovation which includes of Crescent City who was kind nuts brought an average priceof Laboratories. provide a sense of nostalgia physician or Poison Control we hope to be of at rvice to you ;you all through the) Holiday
installing stained glass enough to provide the 43 cents per pound giving Check your tree'lights and never use wax candles on or Center,immediately. In 1978. THE OFFICE SHOP Season and the coming year.
windows. Christmas refreshments delicious oranges. the growers a total of $857. outdoor lights each year be- near a tree. 'This is a very We look forward to servingyou
and a gift exchangewere Mrs. Carole Shields said market fore you use them. Look for serious fire hazard.
accompanied manager Bob Any FIREPLACES. To the guy with the 4-wheel ; in 1978. Murray's Garden'
Fireplacesare
enjoyed by those at students on the Allen. frayed wires loose connections decorative candles should always drive that pulled my truck out Buck and Mat tie Murray. 114

tending. piano in singing Christmas broken or cracked be kept well away from particularly the popular of the mud-hole thanks Lafayette St., Starke. Phone
Members of the Hampton tnedlies. Most t of the students The quality of nuts has sockets and spots where bare children and any flammable during holidays. Before good buddy Merry ChrIstmas 9S4-732S.
Senior Citizens Club and ended the day with parties brought an average price wire is exposed. Any set thatis materials such as pine starting a fire remove all to !
decorations from the and you
friends enjoyed a Christmas arranged with the help of ranging from 59 cents to 42 damaged should be thrown boughs. be area To the young man who
covered dish dinner on parents and teachers. cents for the six sales. out or repaired. Careful THEE ORNAMENTS AND sure the flue is open. Merry Christmas to all the stopped to assist' the lady with j
December 16. The city hall Dean Padgett has handling of these products TRIMMINGS. Avoid placing Keep a screen In front of the
been Growers brought 82,091 time Florida Gator and Doug car trouble on Highway 301 :II
fireplace fire is
was gaily decorated with a welcomed as a new student in pounds of pecan to the market during unpacking decoratingand breakable ornaments or ornaments any a Dickey fans..May Santa Thanks and Merry Christmas.

lovely lighted tree and Miss Mindy Beville's fourth in Starke and took home repacking will lessen the with small 'detachable burning. bring a head Gator for Mary Smith. I I
Never you
nativity scene. Among out of grade class.Teachers 42565. chance of hazardous damage. parts on lower branches use the fireplace as Christmas..and the New Year .

town guests attending the will be returning All lights should be fastened where small children or pets an incinerator. Do not burn bring ;you the year of the May the meaning of Christmas \'

dinner were: Mr. and Mrs. to school for a day of planningon Nuts may still be purchasedfrom securely to the tree. No light can reach them and knock wrappings or evergreen Gator No. 48. Signed Season be deeper Its friendships
William Schaub from January 2. 1978. Students individual growers but bulbs should come into direct them off. Every year many boughs there. They can burn Ticket Holder No. 10000. stronger. Its hopes brighter.

Crescent City Mr. and Mrs. will be expected back on there will be no further salesat contact with the needles or children are treated for cuts suddenly and rapidly As It comes to you this year.

Eugene Taylor and Mr. and Tuesday. Jan. 3. the market because of the branches. Curtains and other from broken ornaments or for throwing off sparks and MERRY CHRISTMAS to all Happy Holidays and best
!Mrs. Joe Allen said. flammable materials should swallowing burning debris. Dispose of
Kerrigan from light volume. ornaments parts. the golfers at the Starke wishes for a great 1978 -
Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Citadel Scholarship also be kept away from bulbs. Trimmings used on trees or wrapping paper immediately Country Club that have won LAWTEY VOLUNTEER
Larence Cosgrove form Don't overload extension around the home should be FIRE DEPT.
Lake Alta I,4 cords. Don't than combustible ...-....... money from me thlspast year
near Waldo. Available To High put more or flame --..--- (only 95 percent of the people I
Following the dinner Mr. three sets of lights on any resistant. Very
Special holiday played with)! Please give mea
and Mrs. Wilfrid Fontaine extension cord. I Keep the Some traditional holiday
SchoolSeniors
greetings are extended Christmas
I
to the gift so can get Christmas
a
Mere presented with a painted connection joints away from decorations may be harmful if correspondents Wishing you
of the some of my back! The
picture inscribed with the CHARLESTON S.C., A the water supply of a live tree. eaten and this poses a hazard BRADFORD COUNTY Usual Loser.money where all your dreams come Me-
words: "Happiness is where Captain Joe Wofford Eubanks Any outdoor lights should be for youngchildrcn. Mistletoeand TELEGRAPH. LAKE true! Mac and Yvonne '

you find it: Not where you Scholarship for an outstanding weatherproof and clearly holly berries may be REGION MONITOR. and Daniel .
might seek it!". The picturewas high school graduateis identified as designed for out- poisonous if more than a few UNION COUNTY TIMES. .

made and given by Mr. available at The Citadel door use Don't try to use indoor are swallowed. and these These super people spend -

and Mrs. Ressie Dow ling in Military College of South lights for outdoor plants should be kept out of countless hours getting news LOST DOG
recognition of the good deeds Carolina. lighting. Remove outdoor the reach of children. from the different
performed for the community. The scholarship was lighting ns soon as the seasonis Use only tinsel or artificial to publish in the communities Children' Petei 1 M.I. 1F.m.1e
Approximately over: even these lights icicles that do not contain papers Black and whit
forty guests established in memory of are and we want you to know we
in the not designed to withstand lead. Discard old tinsel if puppies, reoembling'poodlea.
participated -
evening ('apt. Joe Wofford Eubanks of prolonged youaren't appreciate your good work. Lost In Lawtey'
festivities and gift exchange.Mr. The Citadel class of 19G9; who exposure to the ele sure of its composition.Fire Management of Bradford area between SR-22S and

and Mrs. Joe Hiddick gave his life in Vietnam in ments. salts which produce a Telegraph. 125. Phone 782-3489. Itchg

were accompanied by their June 1972. The recipient of the -
children. Danny. Cassie and $5Ml-a-year() scholarship must

attended D.J. on their the. Golden NC.weekend; They Wedding trip all toHobbsville military major in college.history at the FOR: $2 WE GIVE YOU' 3OOOO READERSIN : 1 :


Anniversary celebration of The Citadel is a fully accredited -

their parents. !Mr. and Mrs. 132-year-old liberal arts
Fletcher Riddick. The college which offers degreesin I THE: i TRI-COUNTY i AREA

celebration attended by about 15 different areas of study.

100 guests was hosted by the For information and application i.

elder Riddick's four children. write to (Chairman :NFKI: 10 ('UO'R: '

AH their grandchildren exceptone Committee on Scholarships FRI 'Ml'linitimt; :: (Com by AUTOMOBILES USED FOR RENTKITCHENETTES MOTORCYCLES PERSONAL SERVICE

attended. Joe and Ruth The Citadel. Charleston S.C. RALPH 'I lit* Olfire !Shop o and pick. up -

and family left on Thursdayand I4U1.)!) Completed applications LJJ Mimi* liquid or sheet rleaner 1971 Chevy Pick-up. Step- : 1 BR, IIONDA TRAIL BIKE: 1974 E".ry..o la Inaurablt!
returned home Monday. must be received by thewholarohip BRYAN 'for tour l\pewritr. Side, short wheel base, w/ apt.. TV, A IC. utilities. Included CT-70. Beat Offer. 4751417. "Immrdlat coverage hi'phone"
Although they missed seeing Committee before Heater, stick trans. S975. totally furoi shed, Itpd 12/22 JOE LSIIERAGEN'Y !
snow they all I enjoyed their March I I. Anacceptedapplica- Real Estate Phone 782-3012. Itchg 12/22 weekly monthly ratea. : 496-2126 or 496-
TEMPLE MOTEL, 880 N.Temple .
be WANTED 2903
eekend. tion for admission must on
;
FOR SALE 1959 Chevy
: Starke. Phone 964. SUZUKI OF STARKE
Cassie Hiddick attended the tile belore a 2117 N Temple : your BABYSIT In my home.
scholarship Pickup call 4962952. Itpd. 7357. 12/8 4tpd 12/29 authorized Suzuki dealer..
he considered. WANTED: feed refrlgeratore !Mon-Frl. 8-5 for Information.call .
Christmas Formal of the application can 964-8788 12/22 Phone 9646020. 1640 South
Little Women's Club held in ....he.., stoves In 3 BEDROOM" Mobile;; Homein ; ; Walnut (1301 South in 4962531. Zuhc 12/22-
.-...,..-------- OFFICE OPEN ALL good condition. Phone Iah- 70 PLYMOUTh VALIANT. 12/29
Starke on Monday evening. country furnished Phone9646N61. Stnrke.. ) tfchgPERSONAL
18.. Dlacout at 9647923. V.8 --- -----
standard 1600., .
Hampton Lake DAY Inquireat Itchg 12/
SATURDAYSUN ------
LEGALSIN tf/chg NEKII: CASH W bu.
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350 S.W. 4th St., Lake junk
Happy Birthday to Martin Butler 12/22 2tpd! 12/29 KI-iGSL: YLAK APT;-2 t..... pickup and truck Jot*
APPTMENT
Meng on December 16: The WANTEiT"OFFICE BR LR, dining area, electric SERVICE !Shaw. Ray Prttit.14* /'
celebration was postponed THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR HELP RiP 75-Pontiac-Le.Mane- :. kitchen plenty ofcloaeta and or 496 2H29. 8/4 llnchINSl .
until December 21 since BRADFORD COUNTY. 20 Acres with 2 BR house; ,
fully loaded CaU Judy Petitat cupboard apace oil heat AC - - -
Marty has been working for FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISIONFile needs finishing. Close In. MANAGER FOR 4962101. Itchg/ 12/22 lake and dock prlvilegea. No HELP FOR ELDERLY: HINCt: _. Rih, ruIniuranr
several months in Chillicothe. Number 77-493 CPM-2731)( ) -- LAW FIRM: Must have 1976" Td"r.; peta. Yearly! rental. Phone Hill sit with elderly personsat Agency. Farmer' .
Ohio. lie several 5 Acre with 4 BR brick bookkeeping experience and TORINO: : 5332952. their home five day a and 1I..ler. Hank Building.phone -
spent days home 16.000 mile*. original .
clone in. owner.AM.'FM
week. Call 289-5202. .
IN RE: ESTATE OF able to supervise personneL ItpdWATCH 4<*n-2101.1.akrHull \
sightseeing and
visiting
-- Apply Fla. State Employment P/S P/B A/C. Busineee Location Hwy 21. I 12/22 10'tl .i I...,
JOSEPH FRANCIS
relatives and friends KOLLAR. Like $3.500.ftrm. .
before Commericial 301 in city. Servicea, Lake new. KII 1400 Square ft. tot
returning home for the Deceased Over 400 It. frontage. City. Ask for Mra. McDonald. Phone 4732733.llch* 10O.185 zoned BB. JE''WL 1' ROIKI.NSTF.IN TREE 1
holidays.Mr. -- Itchg 12/22 residence or bunineae. REPAIR wedding Invitations SERVICE: Pecan tr*.s: "
and Mrs. Gerald Brown NOTICE OF 1 acre to 100 acrea, Lawtey ----------- $275/month. and engraving. Keystone removing tops of large tr...
Sr. and family and !Mr. and ADMINISTRATIONTO ..... Low down payment CETA"POSITION: -clay;-' 76 BRONCO 4 WD 15,000 KEYSTONE: HEIGHTS Jeweler 11/3 the will decrease possibility of
owner financed. miles. 302 V-8 PS, Power REALTY: 473.2614F Umba breaking and increasenew
Mrs ":u l'neIeng: attended a County Board of County -
family Christmas dinner ALL PERSONS HAVING -- Commissioners have the Disc>> Brakes 3 Speed on itRES'fi-2B Unfurnished BRA 0 F''S, E p'T growth, yielding mere
Sunday at the home of Mrs.on CLAIMS OR DEMANDS New 3 BR. 2 Bath CH/A. following opening under Floor. 2 Speed Transfer hou... clean TANK SERVICE) Residential productive nut crop. Free
\ AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE carpeton one acre woodedlot CETA One |III| Youth Case, Lo.klnhuh./ small in Raiford. Call 431- pump-outs. $40. Fast situates.. Phone Gainesville
Ihld.1.le>ers in Jacksonville. outside of city. Counselor I. Salary $367.20 Auxilary Fuel Tank, with 1041. 12/15 2tpd 12/22 service) guaranteed. Phone 3737989. TREE TRIM g
\\ hile there Eugene and Lone AND ALL OTHER PERSONS - bi-weekly. Must have four nkid Plates, big tires, front 964-8121. 4tpd! MING. REMOVAL. STUMP
were surprised with a baby INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE: 20 Acres In Raiford .r... |141] years degree from an end guard, K.C. Light, MOBILE----HOMES--:-2- and 3 REMOVAL. FERTILIZING.
shower given by relatives. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat !Some fencing" timber and accredited university! fender flare, Burgundy & bedroom In country fur 129tpd! 1/26
REPAIRS
VACUUM; CLEANER
They returned home with aiar the administration of the pasture. resident of Clay County; unemployed W hite. 5500. Can be seen nished. Phone 961-6114. :
All makes. all sHf i'GO'L ;; ; ;;
filled with a babyh.issinette. estate of Joseph Francis Kollar. - or dis-advantaged. at Cardin Broa. 301 S. or 12/15 4tcha 1/15 : c : Sterling.
Silver Sands Lake 3 BItfurn3.ed call 468-2520. model Stark. SewingCenter jewel ry, diamond, coins
tf/chg
in .
blankets and ail I deceased. File Number 77.493 Apply person at th.C.E.T.A.
: house --------- ,215 East CaD Str.et.phoGe dental gold. VYdl visit '
CP1 1-2731)) is in the on Office Old Courthouse ---------- you
those; delightful baby needs.Mrs. pending beautiful with KINGSLEY LAKE: 2 9648312. 4tpd. anywhere. Phone Mr.
Ilabelessmlth: is Circuit Court for Bradford available.adjoining 915 Wai nut St., FORD LTD: 1966 with A/C bedroom garage apt., furnished Rittman 4751089. 12/1
acreage --- ----
Green Cove Spring 12/22 P/S. Radio and heater PB.96Hi037. .
home iigiiin after County. Florida. Probate or unfurnished dock 12/29
being - 5tchg
3tchg 12/22
hospitalized at :North Florida DIvISIon. the address of which is Ready for building or Itpd privilegea. 2690508. Itchg DO YOU NEED A
Regional in Gainesville. She Bradford County Courthouse. mobile hornet One acre lot :\\' iE'fi-j DRIVE' FORD: 12/22 Housekeeper one day a B iIS'SAWSii': >7'C';;'-

levis much better and we hope Starke Florida. The personal just off 301 !.North. Hell. 15BOOTS F150 Ranger pick-up, 20.000 z-B -:MOBILE HOME' 7ln week Local referencea plete sharpening service..
;
she continues her im representative of the estate is septic lank and lightpol. miles. 00 ..1. engine, 4 plus air conditioned available call 496-2743.. circular hand carbide,
country
chain blade
S3.0OO.) 12/22 Itpd mower hollow
Harry J. Kollar whose address is 2 barrel! carburetor. dishwaaher. CaU 964-6112 or
and
ground balanced. Leave
provement.School :NewsFriday. 59 FVtmosa Drive. Rio Grande, Irning..and >erkendt. ATCarradine's Headers, automatic transmission 9645261. Itchg 12/22 --------- at Jackson Building Supply
December 16. New Jersey. The name and : power steering, Starke
was a ill \I.PII I HIM \\ -\I6t.\ *1210'It. ) power brake, airconditioning. ; 7'.. SEWING MACHINES or Keystone Heighte.
FURNISHED COTTAGE
address of the
joyous day at Hampton personal representatlve's ..aitor AM/FM 8-track REPAIRED: all makeecleaned. tf/chg
: School attorney are set forth room and bath Sl2i.: .
Klementary Hooms
\\ it \";".EB: stereo Roll bar, grin guard Temple Ave., Furnished oiled and ndjusted. -------
were lovely with Christmas bfllow. Kit I \IKU I 47.1.21)19Is ) DIM.O with KC lights. 12x15 RWL rooms, private bath central (7. Work ....".t..... Jam. CRAVER: RUG AM:
decorations and excitement salromaniNKitm \r.n.IISIIN-: tires and chrome spoke. heat and air-conditioning Strickland corner ol Morgan CARPET (CLEANING!\ : !
was everywhere! All persons having claims or wheel, also chrome bed downtown area. 314 N.' Road and Hwy 16. tl/chg Good work at low prices
The day began with :Mike demands againt the estate are \ \ : <(<.1. \'' rails. Call Steve Thomas, Temple Ave. Four bedroom Most front room dining
Woodfin presenting his required, WITHIN THREE !i4614i59)I ) Our prices and 964-6246 or 964-7385 after 6 I b.thd..IlIn..312-i.: Dark ATcbHoLicsANON'Y.: room and halls. S24.9S.

students in a band concert. MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF .....I..m..ntl..IIIIII. selection arealwavsthe p.m. tf/chg St, CaU 964-7344 for all of MOUS: Phone 964-6894 or Phone U'ville, 378-9221.
\Participating in THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF above. Itpd 12/22 9647619. tfthgTODDLER 11/24 Slpd 12/23
playing an I I I I sJU BEST! 110M>> >AAUTOMOBILE
t -----------
Indian THIS NOTICE to file \with\ the
Dance. Faith Of Our / ----- --- -----
III .II! K! - 1977. really good buy. Call 2 ROOM t APT. AND CENTER: GOOD PRICES PAID for
Fathers and Jolly Old St. clerk of the above court a Belts size 473-4335 or 964-6843 after KITCHENETTE: completely Sandy'a, Toddler Center for used mobile hones If
:''Ill.'huliiSt're: : Teresa \written statement of any claimor 18 to 56, 5:00: p.m. 12/22 3tchg t 15i'iTA'I19fi.26 I furnished all utilities. information call 964-8532. mortgage la 3/4 paid or
Uauldree.: Audrev Brown.Becky demand they may have. Each Well Drilling AU Leather I'nderwood Motel 301 N. of 12/15 2tchg 12/22 more. OLIN'S: MOBILE
Craw ford. claim must- be in writing and .. . T \ Omil. HOME SALES 9645606.
Penny CARRDINf.S: Starke, Itchg 12/22 -----------
Fl>the.. Karen Helle. Jimmy} must indicate this basis for the 2" thru 6" LEAl tIER SHOP .., tape deck, auto. ------ :MAI'FS INSI.ItANLAGENCY : Open 7 days weekly. tf/chg
Jo>nero Arneth :Meece. Joy claim. the name and address of Lawtey Florida Iran, conditioned 30 Fl RMSHF.lT APARTMENTS IOU South I.... --------
:?''Iu: l'nt.Iary: Ann Par- the creditor or his agent or Fast Rotary 78234(10GKOHUE ( ) mpg.. S2804)! ) 961-8771. : llghte. hot water Avenue. Phone 496-31)7) JR. REAMES HEATER

menter. April Prevail. Patty attorney and theJtnointlaimed. Itch* 12/22 furnished. Phone 964-8071, Phone for quote on ..t.. CLEANING: AND REPAIR
Shtrwin. (Jail, Sullivan and I It the claim is not yet due. the Drilling Equipment -------------- Itchg 12/22 mobile. home, bonds anH Winter le coming. Ite time to

Karen Wilson. These sixth and tate when ,it will become due --------- commercial insurance 3/17 have your he.'... and

seventh graders performedvery shall be stated. If the claim is STATE LICENSED! MOS E lo Olin'a Mobile tf/chg! _ _ furnacee cleaned. aadchecked. .
well before the entire contingent or unliquidated the .. ... ... Home Part on Hwy. 121 In .. Call Jr. R.....
student nature of the uncertainty shall be Lake Butler. He will move !sEPTIC o TANK & GREASE: : today. 782-3326 or 904-8962. I
body PunrifiB
E\'erllI1e'then enjoyed the stated. If the claim is secured : ROBERTS.) your single or wide double only wldesplease. noespandos TRAP ....aout.. Joe. new Formh linea.reaaonable. 7tpd! ,,

Disney film "Million: Dollar the security shall be described. New & Used Reg. Real Estate Broker Lillian H'e will block anchor 431-1022. All business ap-
[)ul'k"hid' delighted The claimant shall deliver Phone 964-7826 C. Pearson hook-up water and predated. 3/31 tfn/chg .jOSTAOiifl{ i :
Kindergarteners through sufficient copies of the claim to SalesPartsService RealEstnte "".r. You pay only 930 per II
North Tnpiejuaiaka. AvfI
seventh graders along with the clerk to enable the clerk to I i. FLORIDA more month Information for lot rental.call Olin's For NEED EXTRA MONEY LOST: Black Chinese pug.

members of the faculty. mail one copy to each personal E-Z Terms I "'i- :NEW LOCATION: Mobile Home Sales. Hwy. FOR CHRISTMAS? WE reward for Information call I I

Mrs. Blonnie Derkman and representative.All . .. ... .. .. .. BRANCH: OFFICE 100 W.. Starke 964-5606. BUY mobile homes sales and 4963549. 12/22 2lchf 12/29 i
her cafeteria staff served a persons interested in the PluiTibinq I -- Open 7 day a week 12/8 tires. Pick up er deliver. iI

delicious turkey lunch ith all estate to whom a copy of this . I fS301 :\nRTHLAWnY.fLORIDA. tf/chg_ OLIN'S: MOBILE HOMES. LOST DOG 1/2 Labrador I
the Notice of Administration has tame : Hwy 100 West. Op.a 7 day I
trimmings. 11ISSImdy 1/2 German shepherd black
'
week,
Beville's mother and Mrs. been mailed are' required New Installation I 2 house in 782-3806 MISCELLANEOUS a tt/chg phone 964-5606. male. REWARD. Will answer ,

Kat hry W igglewort WITHING THREE MONTHS country Kelt*. on 3 acres, with 2 3 BR 2 bath block home. to BLUE. 9646003. :

"_ _r.'UIi___. FROM THE DATE OF THE Remodeling - (CIlIA closed garage, S104)) REWARD: For info. 12/22 2tpd 12/29
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS 3 BR. 2 bath block house in assume 5 1/4 percent mt,. leading to arreat domesticcat DISABLED VETERAN:
LEGALSNOTICE NOTICE. to file any objectionsthey Repairs i j Saratoga Height. I32.0IM: shot with pellet gun Will clean. out your gang Ifallowed FOUND, BJecal .1....., I
oron.bob the .
tall
-- 12/19 to keep unwanted black plastic framed. I.
may have that challengesthe . .. ..... Two- -21)-acre- -tracts- 3 BR frame home, CH/A. appro 20 Ibs. Contact 496- junk.. 473-2406. vicinity ol Jllfjr outaldeMelrese.

validity of the decedent'swill Durranc reasonable, jn.l off SR very 16, fenced corner lot. 15000. 2323 Eat. 36 daytime 496- tf/Chg .Can be picked. ap at I

PUBLIC HEARINGA the qualifications of the .... .. .. .. .. .. paved road ; -- 3159 after 5 p.m. 12/22 Itchg the Monitor tike. In .
\ personal representative. or the -- 3 BR furnished mobile Keystone. Itchg. 12/22
public! hearing will be held at venue or jurisdiction, of the PUMPS& SUPPLY 3 BR brick with 1 bath in home. with addition .

the city hall, Starke. Fla. court. &0... M3.40O. 1ogi-i--06: Small, brawn, 1
Tuesday. Jan. 3rd. 1978 - JJPhGJ 5 ra '
at 5.00 ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS. COMPANY xzdepmy male. Answers to MUGGS.
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8.7 113.500
pm. for the following purpose AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO 3BR.I I both. bl"tk home in Last aeen I. Hampton Lake .

Placing. a Mobile Home at the FILED WILL BE FOREVER 864 N Temple Ave Starke fit? !Limits. 10 A....-. -SR-.230.- 122,000 US 301 3 Miles, North I Of lawtev:, (,fI vicinity nrrvBedgee.Sun.169.01108..fee..II.Cal I'
following locations: Itchg
BARRED '
Starke : i.e - -
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Date of the first publicationof Large 4BR house,' 36.35 Acres. 1340' on US: Expert Mounting AnimalsPublic I & Fish
All Parties will be heard 964-7061 LR. family room. on t..
at this .
thus Notice of Administration: 301. term 156,500.UWTEY' i
acre*, just off !SR! It. ,
time. December 22, 1977. - AREA Invited. To View Die p,lay Of Mount In Shop

Harry J. Kollar Before 301 North 3 BR, LR VATIMWUDOZIN6 I
20 2 mobile hem. -
803 Ida Street acre Whlt t As Personal frame k ..., '
Representative of 5 ten acres, hook-up, fish pond beg ") II .
the Estate of Joseph Francis You .I ..t.r and. equipment. barn. 33500. ,, ..It. ':':. Neck 1 Mount *83M
Bobby L. Cohens Kollar, Deceased Buy - % 7"; Shot,ider Mount 93M *Bulldozer Work
Lots 7 and 8 of 8LK 3 in 'Several co..lollot. .. 2 BR ;frm7;,; '; f'r....*..,

Cahagan SI DEX. S 1/2ofkot8 ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL Mobile 301. _ new washer. sad dryer PI'O1e( 7823547CONFEDERATE All Work Guaranteed Large or Small t
13500.!
or 123341 REPRESENTATIVE: 12 cere a ad 3 BR CB Land Fill i
Dudley P. Hardy Esq. Home h. ., with! family room 2 --- -- -
Al Crosby Chair., Pierce ft Hardy. P.A. baths CH/A. Weat .1 29 Acrea, I33J50.SIJ SHOP wPondsWILBUR f
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Starke Zoning Board P.O. Drawer 1030 Sec l.awtey. Acre*, Brick 11_., '.
Merrill 1 Edwards Starke Florida 32091 GEORGE ROBERTS JR. CH/A 3 BR, f Bath 416 E. Call St. Starke. Fla.Shooter's WATERS I

City Clerk Telephone: 964 8168 R... Real Estate: Broker (K5.404L.DAY. __ !
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John Phone 9643526OFPN EVENING. .*. Gunsmithing SupplyNT
W. Madison 31. SIsAl.
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_ UPC. 22, 1977 .IKLEGKAI'll: .. "II"U:

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LEGALS 1976 Regis woo-diurcIiaics: <<: In Fjoridu! : :


IN THEcftFLORIDA : 1 I. >A .Iit ;L Totals Over $21 Million In 37 Counties I

N 280W-2G06' '.- West :22U feet to the Point of 'parties may appear at'the time NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO NOTICE OF INTENTION

'JSCOUNTY"IN.. ', ROAD 18 ; ". 4 Beginning and place designated and be REGISTER TO REGISTER St. Regis Paper Company 'n Clay and $22,800 in Union.

<. ML ACTION. OF! ,!RD COUNTY.! Containing 2941 square feet, heard. FICTITIOUS NAME fICTITIOUS NAME bought more than $21 million This wood is the source of
: lest material for the
more or raw com-
r worth of wood
'' Pursuant to Section 86509, grown by
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DIVISION OF : AND Florida Statutes, notice ll Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida forest owners during oany's kraft pulp and paper

lION STATE NUMBER 107-R : OWNED' BY: The unknown Each defendant Is hereby required hereby given that the undersigned Florida Statutes, notice is here- 1976.Kenneth mills in Pensacola and

::DEPARTMENT qF WAY heirs, divisees, legatees to serve written defenses, Michael J. Navalan/. by given that the undersigned D. Bailey said the Jacksonville. Both mills draw

"SPORTATIOIM spouses and creditors of Mario if any, to said Complaint on: 1, Box 10, Brooker, Florida, Garden Uquors, Inc., 801 N. company purchased timber in wood from other sources outside

'-vs.: of land In the SW 1/4 of Campanella, deceased. DEPARTMENT OF TRANS- 32622 and Z.W. Hamilton, Rt. 1, Temple Ave., Starke, Fla., 36 of Florida's 67 counties, the state, as well as in

of Section 29. T7.S, R- 'SUBJECT TO: Interest of Enet ORTATION Brooker, Fla. 32622, doin 32091, doing business under the According to Bailey, more Florida.
WASDIN
.,,P.AT particularly described Campanella, a widow and Joan fast Office Box 1089, Lake City, justness under the firm name ot firm name of "BRADFORD than $100,000 worth of wood Bailey pointed out that

dants." \\ : Watson and James E. Watson, Florida 32065, c/o District Two RAINBOW MARINE, INC." Rt. PACKAGE," Bradford Square was bought by the company in during 1976 St. Regis planted

,''' NOTICE on the West line her husband. Attorney, ((904)) 752-3300. Ed L. Box 10, Brooker, Bradforc Shopping Center, Starke, each of 27 counties. Bailey is close to 30 million seedlings in

"* TO 29,.'T-7-S, R.21-E, at Mortgage recorded in OR Book Bush' OUnty, Florida, 32622, intends Bradford County, Florida the Divisional General the south to replace the timber
95, page 142 in favor of First Manager of St.. Regis' that was removed The
NOTICE 1261.3 feet Southerly .0 register said fictitious name 32091, intends to register said
the NW Corner thereof; Federal Savings and Loan STATE OF FLORIDA DEPART- under the provisions of aforesaid fictitious name under the Southern Timberlands Southern Timberlands
XW.-Htlon' of Suir"a n/k/a MENT OF TRANSPORTATION, Division. Division plants 4 trees' for
THE South 77 degrees 33'10" statute. provisions of aforesaid statute.
.; .. STATE OF : Guaranty Federal' Savings and Office of Legal Operations, St. Regis bought over very one that is harvested.
4 I .86 feet to the beginning Michael J. Navalany, Z.W. Garden Uquors, Inc. owner.
The unknown : curve concave Northerly Loan Association of Gainesville. Haydon Burns Building, Hamilton, owners. Dated this 1st day of $1,000,000 worth of wood in The company has reforested

( a radius of 1909,88 feet' Tallahassee, Florida 32304, c/o Dated this 15th day of December, A.D. 1977 at Starke, each of the following counties: oetween 25,01)0) and 50.000
I legatees, Southeasterly East and You and each of you are A E. Pooser, IV, Trial Attorney December, A.D. 1977 at Starke, Florida. Baker $2,889,100, Columbia acres of land in the south
of Mario
\ along said curve hereby severally notified that the I904)) 4882611.on Florida. 12/1 4tchg 12/22 $1,514,550 Duval $1,537,950, every year for more than two

Residence wit'U a total central angle of plaintiff filed its sworn Com or before the 6th day ofbruary 12/15 4tpd 1/15 Escambla $2,238.560, Flagler decades. This practice has

"I 1107-R. 02' a distance of plaint, together with its = A.D., 1978 and file $1,102,000, Marlon $2.349,300 been called on to provide a

feet to the end of said Declaration of Taking in the .he original with the Clerk of the Santa Rosa 2246640. and continuous and growing

;, If said ; thence North 88 degrees above styled Court against you ibova styled Court on said date, NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Walton $1,099,000. St Regis source of raw material for our

and if any or East 368.74 feet; thence and each of you as defendants .o show cause what right, title, REGISTER REGISTER bought $186,700 worth of woodin operation.Eailey continued by

fendant or 00 degrees 10' 19" East seeking to condemn the above interest, or lien you or any of you FICTITIOUS NAME FICTITIOUS NAME Bradford County, $536,300 mentioning that St. Regis has

'ceased the feet to the Southerly right described property located In have in and to the property described Pursuant to Section 865.09, Pursuant to Section 96609, a strong commitment to pro-

heirs, line of State Road 13 and Bradford County, Florida, by in said Complaint and to Florida Statutes, notice ir Florida Statutes, notice is viding wood fiber for

creditors, of Beginning; con- Eminent Domain proceedings. ihow cause, if any you have hereby given that the under hereby given that the under LEGALSNOTICE generations to come.Thejob .

parties thence South 00 degrees why said property should not be signed Connie Lou Jeffers, signed Regent R. Jasmin and of supplying wood to

"under or East 9.59 feet to a point You are further notified that condemned for the uses and Route 3, Box 109, Starke, Ronald Jasmin, 880 N. TempleAve. the company's mills is accomplished -

'ceased arc of a curve concave the plaintiff will call up for purposes as set forth in the Florida, 32091, doing business Starke, Florida, 32091, OF INTENTIONTO by an individual

dants, n alive having a radius of earing before the Honorable Complaint filed herein. If you fail under the firm name of tang business under the firm REGISTER network of businessmen who

unknown feet, thence from a //Vayne M. Carlisle one of the to do so, a default will be entered "LAWTEY VARIETY & name of "R R ENTERPRISES" FICTITIOUS NAME coordinate wood shipments..

devisees bearing of South 89 Judges of the above styled against you for the relief AUCTION," SR-225 West anc 880 N. Temple Avenue Starke, Pursuant to Section 86509,

creditors, 04'23" East run South- :ourt on the 20th day of demanded in the Complaint, U.S. 301, Lawtey, Bradforc Bradford County, Ronda. Florida Statutes, notice is LEGALS

:partles East and Northeasterly :ebruary, A.D., 1978 at 10 WITNESS MY HAND AND County, Florida 32058, Intendsto 32091, Intends to register said hereby given that undersigned: :

under. or said curve through an :clock A.M., in Chambers at SEAL of said Court on the 9th register said fictitious name fictitious name under the Jimmie L. and Olivia T,. Scott, NOTICE! UI-

Moceased of 1 degree 38'20" a he Bradford County Court- day of December, A.D., 1977. under the provisions of aforesaic provisions of aforesaid statute. P.O. Box 22, Lawtey, Fla. SHERIFF'S SALE

:"defendants, of 219.94 feet; thence louse Starke, Florida its statute. Regent R. Jasmin and Ronald 32058, and Robert L and Notice is hereby given that I,

!having or 00 degrees 1019" West application for an Order of CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT Connie Lou Jeffers, owner Jasmin, owners. Beatrice Scott, P.O. Box 224, Dolph E. Reddish, as sheriff of

"ight, title or feet to the Southerly right Taking in accordance with its COURTBy Dated this 1st day o' Dated this 15th day of Lawtey, Fla. 32058 doing Bradford County, Florida, under

the property line of State Road 18; Declaration of Taking heretoforefiled : Beulah M. Moody: Deputy December, A.D. 1977 at Starke, December, AD. 1977 at Starke, )'SCOTT usiness under the firm name of and by virtue of Writ of

Complaint; to : South fIR r1A<]rees 2441" fn this cause. All parties to Clerk Florida. Florida. DEVELOPING" Execution, to-wrt:
this suit and all other interested 12/15 4tchg 1/5 12/1 4tpd 12/22 12/15 4tpd 1/5 COMPANY, P.O. Box 22, Execution issued out of
Lawtey, Bradford County,
County Court of Bradford

I' :THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH I INC. Offers Readers register Florida, fictitious 32058, name intends under to County, Florida pursuant to a
our Want Ad and Advertisers Tri-County Coverage 9,000 paid distributionwith the provisions of aforesaid Final Judgement for Town

Finance Co. d/b/a Charge

approximately 30,000 readers. FOR ONLY $2.00, through the pages of The Bradford County Telegraph, The Union County TimesandlheLakeRegionMonjtor. statute.Jimmie L. and Olivia T. Scott, Finance and Co. of Bonifay Willie, Florida Mack,

Robert L. and Beatrice Scott, against
Williams, defendant In the

FOR MOREJNFORMATION/ \ The Telearaph Judy 964-6305 owners.Dated this 8th day of amount of $312.50 together with
of collection.
costs
C December, A.D., 1977 at
431... Raiford .496 .. Lake Butler Have seized and have in
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my
below, .Is a partial. list. of _. T'lmesChr'ls 496-2261 Starke Florida.'
473 Keystone Hts. HJ Kingsley Lakearea. possession; the following
telephone exchanges in this 12/8 4tpd 1229IN
782 .. described personal property to-
Lawtey
475 .- M "" Linda 473-2210
.. Monitor . wit:
485 .. ._.renker_... 964 Starke
'n 1973 Chevrolet, Pick-up, I I.D.
THE CIRCUIT
No. CCY243A137196.As .

HOMES FOR SALE30EORO'tJMFRME FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE BRADFORD COURT COUNTY FOR the property of the above
,
and
named defendant that on

1 FT. POOL. TABLE With GARAGE SALE: Daily 9 WEDDING GOWN: Very FLORIDA Tuesday the 3rd day of January,

HOI'SE on one men al land accessories, SI JO.00. Call ..m. to 6 p.m., continuously nice, cathedral train In CIVIL ACTION 1978 at twelve o'clock Noon on
In lUilord. Equity and alter 4:30: p.m. 964,6565.llchg Corner Sit 225 W and 301. InLawtey. eluded. Sis 10. Phone 964 CASE NO. 77496IN said day on the premises of the

Hume payment of '86.90. 1222GARAGE Everyone welcome.PIRLIC 83S6. Itchg 12' r- ; Bradford County Jailyard, I will
Phone Brookrr. .185.1G10. AUCTION trwflcgjai'NEWLOCATIONI' RE: The Marriage of JERRY offer for sale and sell to the
11/24 It: Tuesday, 7 FOR SALE Diamond DALE McCONNEL Husband
ttpd 2V SALE 301 North p.m. tf/chg ", highest bidder for cash in hand,
next to Sturkey's. Dining needlea for any stare, over. and JUNE McCONNELL Wife
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tC: iS'Tms the! above described property of
Nuitea, jewelry, clolhae etc. l 217 different one, we have :: NOTICE OF SUIT
4 ACRES WITH HOMbi Weekend until sold. Itchg PR*:SENT: Must aaerillc then nil. DAhmer', t, ..., JITALTY said defendant to satisfy the
Plenty ol out building, quiet 12/22 Singer Futura Sewing Discount tfchgWe l r "':::" aforesaid Execution.
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TO JERRY
DALE Me-
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neighborhood priced to ..II. machine top model doer -.#
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5 I fl miles out ol town. Call ) :ONNELL, C/O Mr. and Mrs.
OLIN DisCoiTNT WAREHOUSE everything automaticallyNeed also have new Ireeiere, n Dolph E. Reddish, Sheriff
,\ lor appt. 964-6810. 12/8 has new stoves someone In Union electric stove, and ....h.r.. ',.. \ 'A. 205 N TEMPLE Jral McConnell 215 Poplar Bradford County, Florida
4tchg 12/29 from S18995 In assorted County area to assume IMHMERS! DISCOUNT. \ \'ii STARKE, FLORIDA Street, Hazelwood, North

--------- color. new 14 cubic Inch 112.82 per month payment Phone 964.7923. tl/chg Carolina, 28738. 12/8 4trho 1229IN
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3 bdrm.. I 1/2 bath brick Iroat.tree refrigerator In or pay balance (283.14. -

; horn. In Lake Butler 129400. aasorted colon for Just Phone 259.3743, Macclenny, UTILITY BUILDINGS: All Today and always All life through, YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat
Call 49 .3614 from 9 till 3 ur (279.95. Open 7 day a weekat alter 5:30: p.m. 12/15 2tchg aluminum prewired reeeptablei May God bestow his love on an action for Dissolution of THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
1222KlYSTONE' you.
\ 490.2005 alter. 4. llchg 12/22 OLIM'8 MOBILE HOME light switches. light, Marriage has been filed againstyou 3RADFORD COUNTY, ,

.. _. .... SALES Highway! 100 Wj PROBATE
_" u. ; HEIGHTS I tongue and groove floor c. __ and you are required to FLORIDA DIVISIONIN
Stark. :
MOBILE] C HOME' -Muatacrtlice 2122. ,2tchg" ,12/29 to 5 acres priced to sell. delivered cud set. up. serve a copy of your written RE: ESTATE OF LUTHER

12000. 3 br. I lull BUILDING NEEDS 4x8 acre (8,90(1( (400 down Financing available up to 48 PREFERRED PROPERTIES defenses, if any, to it on POWELL GAHAGAN, Deceased

bath gal range, retrlg, plus sheet of paneling. dl..ou ntprk.d 1112.33 per month. Oth. Suzuki months. of to Starke pay,)964-6020 60 sixes., RICHARD E. WELTY, Attorneyfor

a large shed porch attached.Ezc.llenteonditlon. 10's 56.. at 14.99 and 15.99 per tract Irom (10 month 964-6021. 5/12 tl/chg STARKE RESIDENCES: 522,500 to S51,500 Petitioner, whose address is File Number 77-440.CP ((1-2205))
aheet. OLINS DISCOUNT Owner 1-173-4375.12/8 4tp-l 954 N. Temple Avenue, Post Division:
model. Call
collect 1964 Titan Jan 269.2575 or 744- WAREHOUSE, Hwy 100 12/29 BAHIA llAYi Argentina, 2 BR with Income apt. Impeccable order )!fice Box 995 Starke, Florida,
Weat Stark.Open 7 day a highly fertilized 0646071. J2091, and file the original with NOTICE OFADMINISTRATION
a,, 0185. Trailer located In IJF.LUXE-POOLTABLE phon. 2story good repair. large lot- Madison
p Keystone. Itchg 12/22/ week. TF/chg." -. 44" x 90" playing .ur'."*. 7/21 tf/chg 2200 Sq. ft., 4 B R, 2 B, CH&A, nea r schools the Clerk of the above.styled

MINK STOLE AND HAT: Good condition. 350. Four Brick, nearly new, corner lot, fireplace Court, whose mailing address is TO ALL PERSONS HAVING

Tourmalin Ph. 473-3325 good cue .tI..... 473.3295. Contemporary 480 sq. ft. FR with fireplace. Post Office Drawer\\ "B", Starke, CLAIMS OR DEMANDS

: FOR SALE Itpd 12/22 Keystone Height 12/8, Brick, 2130 sq ft., Mimosa drive,tranquil. Florida. 32091 on or before AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE
4 tln/chu January 9, 1978- otherwise a AND ALL OTHER PERSONS

USEDQUAKER OIL rn: .THOMAS LAKE PROPERTY: $58,000 $75,000. Judgment may be entered 'INTERESTED IN THE EsTA iE:
STRIP INSULATION: for HEATER w/lani. 50,0(10 SAW SHARPENING: dror; for the relief YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDhat
LLI against you
sale, 20e 'loot. BTU !good condition 40. Hardware
a square oil at Ace In KH REALTY
the administration of
Kingsley Large attractive home with demanded in the Petition the
OLINS DISCOUNT WARE- CaD 4311530. Itchg 12/22 and Smith. Service Stationin rentals
IIOtSE. hwy 100. Went, Metros tin/dig Hampton Furnished redwood & brick, cozy. state of Luther Powell
Stark. Open 7 day a week.. BIRD DOG; Pointernot gun 621 North W.lautSt. Kingsley Rambling One story WITNESS my hand and the Gahagan. deceased. File

tl/chg ....". .Like to. hunt. \eeda Alt'I ION: : Every Sat Starke, Florida.32091 Hampton Beautiful, brick, large lot, dock Seal of Said Court on the 2nd Number 77.440.CP ((1.22051, is
training 1 vr. old. 533.23b6. night 7 pm. !Melrose. Bad 964-6182 day of December, 1977. pending in the Circuit Court for

BIG DOUBLE FREEZER: 12/15 Ubg 12/22 ol Post Office. Bill Perry Formerly A.J Thomas IN THE COUNTRY Bradford County Florida
Real Estate
125, good rendItion Also an Auctioneer 12/8 4tpd 15AltllOV GILBERT S. BROWN, As Clerk 'rebate Division, the address of
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mild oak display CEDAR XMAS TREES: (1 of Said Court. Aihich is Bradford County Court:
antique Raiford brick
\ 100 South. 0.... acre loin, home with rental home also
counter I5U. Top ol the per loot! PECANS. 63e per \ lfoLlsALE: : DEALERS residential and mobile Earlton -4 BR, 2 B, CH&A, nice trees By: Marian McRae, Deputy house, Starke, Florida. The
Hivitack.. 473-1074 Itchg lb| FIREWOOD. $2S per Every Thur
of
the
Clerk. personal representative
12/22 load. Phone 9648210. tpd . 121:8: Hawthorne Rd., Gainesville, -- 20 acres, well, tank and pole 12/8 4tchp 12/29/ estate is Alice Hamlet

Hwy 20 across IromGalneavllle 2,5..re. with septic tank. 4 acres 3 BR frame home, well, mobile homesite. Gahagan. The name and
SALE 22's
GUNS FOR ,
: culvert. and water, ready of
BEDROOM ITEMS 1 nightstand address the personalrepresentative's
: DriveInTheatre. New 1 BR CB home
25'a. and 38's. cold at DAh- lor mobile home 1 acre, furnished
and dresser S15 lor BUI Perry, Auctioneer. Financing attorney are set
mer'a Discount. TF/chg
both. Call alter 5pm. 964, 12/8 4tpd 12/29 available Hampton aren, COMMERCIAL FAULKNERE forth below.
6R-325: :
8791. Itchg 12/22 All persons having claims or
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WATSON HOUSE OF 100' lake. frontage lots at Tuck's Drive In 301 S. location demands against the estate are
: ELECTRIC GUITARS: 100 VACUUMS: many brand ol OAK FIREWOOD: (20 pel great IBA
A required, WITHIN THREE
amp. watt.l ..ou.tlc. 1 solId new vn.-uum Land pickup truck. Phone 182 Crosby Lake. Financing 7000 sq. ft. 416 Brownlee St.

body. Bilk and itand *550. machine.' available. Expert 3134. tl/chg arranged. Homes with apartments. ,', MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF
j Call 9047024. Itch, 12/22 repair all make Part. and _J__ -- < L THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF

accessories. lor all vacuum 00",1'1): TRAILER Mobile hone near 126 Water St. TOStarke. THIS NOTICE, to file with tho
I ZEICLER TEai'20 syatoma. 404 NW 10th 1974 15 It. with 75 hp. with Keystone with access to Cecelia T Te'willeqar Florida 1 clerk of the above court a

I ..1. tank itand 60 gal. fuel. Avenue Galneaville. Phone Chrysler motor. 2200. 96465HO. llutcheson L...... 964. written statement of any claimor
964- 12/15 2tpd 12/22 -- m NEW LOCATION I I205N. 5065'y
Reaionably priced 3787110. tf/chg demand they may have. Each
7708. Itchg" 12/22 F. Delano Thomaa TEMPLE claim must be in writing and
STARKE, FLORIDA
c7lR l iMASlflF"fSi; C I' s T tI'tt! :Ml II t. Reg.RetlEitat* OPEN SATURDAY must Indicate the basis for the
for all ? MOBILE HOME Broker
age, epeclal good ud DRAPERIES,: J' \\ are ()Ilea REALTOR PHONE 964-7776 lOn.m.3pm. :lam, the name and address pf

book. *. Open Thun.. Fri. now stocking Iota ol fabrics SERVICE POLES 96.1-6162 the creditor or his agent or
Ire olimale. I.omit Handy nan Special Frame. and the
and Sat.. only 9:30: 5:00: attorney, amount
I Ih. Bird. ISe.t 212 E.. Call Stephen pho. 4 St. Itpd 12/22 6/'I tl/rhc.( 533-2210 3/4 acre*. "' ,500.
; 130"10O due, the date when it will
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i ----------- PATIO E'RSW2; lor GARY'$ become due shall be stated. If
3 BR, I bath Iran houa.on .
LOWBOY TYPE TR.\ILERi ASSOCIATESSteve
I home and mobile home AMP DECORATING Floriland Realty large lot in town the claim is contingent or un-
tandem wheel, stall bem SimmonsEve. '
I (199 Installed. (159 unin 393 appliancea Included. liquidated, the nature of the
body w/iteel track lor 208"WUMBAYff 9644881Harold N.TempleAv.
tailed. GATOR SERVICEW
transporting tractor, aut*. ALUMINUM. Phon. 372 <
J eta 500. In suu4! ....dltio.. 9767. 4620 N.W. 13th St.. 41l f W.I4.WMKUea Epps Specialize In Wall PaperingOf Office! 964-7700 financed.' claim Is secured, the security
Call collect Ja" 269.2575 or S/ll > 4MMSSAt Eve.96.,616MODILE - - -- shall be described The claimant
GainviUr tl/thg
744-0183. Itchg. 1Z/22 All Type 71/4 Acres Sf.500., $1,200 shall deliver sufficient copies of
SENDS! CHRISTMAS
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The) We*** ? Market down
P.p.r.Vinyl Foil Mylar. CHEERS AND BEST the claim to the clerk to enable
TIRE"RIl\ STd-r; ;; .; - -
I- Qrasicloth Fabric. Etc. WISHES FOR A GOODE 21.4 beautiful acre with 3 the clerk to mail one copy to
lull knobble Iront lork and
HENLEYELECTRIC HOWLE'S CARPET % \> 1CAR. each personal .representative.All .
handle bar lor YV 250. Call HOME Including Commercial' BR. I bath home, excellent

4751360 Mtlroee. Itchg Interior & Exterior Paint, ,ng condition. 3 car garage. persons interested in the
12/22 SERVICE PARK - - ..or".hop.chain link fence.. estate to whom a copy of, this
Free Estimates Open Saturday Morning Can be bought with I. 4 Notice of Administration has
COMPANYRaiford I 10 Y>i.,fipirlt... INSIDE CITY LIMITS -- - acre and house, or ns a 20 mailed are required,
:men
473-4139 Lot In
11\Walk to Bradford SquartOrDounfown Hampton acre tract.
THREE MONTHS
BRASEVGTON WITHIN
1.1,1.
N.hlJsy 0 - - --
431.1700 - -
Oldsmobile I Acre In Hampton. ROM THE DATE OF THE
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Cadillac - -- 3 BR, double wide Mobil.home
Sales & Service Christmas '2495 0, Le.. 130 Per Month - with 5 acre 17.000. =IRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
I AD City Conveniences 2 and 3 BR home In the Good term NOTICE to file any objectionsthey
!Selection; Of Used LONGCIIAMPHome country. !have that
Specials Howle Fir.,Police Protection - may challenpnR
Cars Taken On Claude Citr'Gas.Water sod and Building - 11/3 acre with double the validity of the 'decedent'swill
OnTMobil. Home 3.98 acres on 301 with 150' wide and screen porch.
Cadillac Trades Rt. 2, Box) 85-C Sewer Materials Ironta*;*. priced furnished Io..ulllully. the qualifications of the
Jo-Lu Motel964eB1O.i. you personal representative, or the
2001 N.W. 378-5301 >-WE BUILD: reaiaaable. .
HookUpsREGISTER Starke a04.5864 mu.t see this to nppreclate. venue of jurisdiction of the.
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GAINESVILLELIMEROCK ... Your Pf nI Or Ours 80 acr farm 2 BR home :.. _ court.

Your Lot Or Ours barn everything ready lor Tome see u* for. 301 ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS.\
FREE ESTIMATES good) country living. Commercial property. AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO

--- :North and South.. ILED WILL BE 'FOREVER
Remodeling Repairs Several kind business;
.E ---- BARRED
FOR LP GAS P .. Additions property for ..!.. Pleas call as today le list Rite of the first publication of
- ssle.
for
Homes Bought your property this Notice of At1mimstrntictt:
308 S. Thompson St Phone 964 7700
- CVc. 15 1977 -
SALE 864-5888 Sold Traded \ elsie P.Odom ,, Paul H. Faulkner y 'I mlut A
.SII l\IltOCK'IEST CONTROL - Reg teal Estate Realtor Ali OxiruHjaiT, "
"SPACE(: hEATERS: Broker ,n'lt AlUi, E. T..If. ACREAGE FOR Associate Estate, 1)1 luth.lrf1IMoJ1,
40.000 BTU Gal flJI.J2! Evens.9114317$ .
COMMIRCIAL fr RESIDENTIAL /
;3U.OOOHTU. Mil IJI2.7I SALE ..,. ... Ireae L. FaulknerXrrwiq. Giulvtgau:, DlXHMBlXl.ATTORNEY ,

.h.... H.IMMt Gal 71.3.1: TIRMITI .LAWN S HOUSEHOLD PUTS I'earl Andrvwa :- 964.549Sass. FOR PERSONAL

21" G.dtanlCe IIII7.0I : ,i... .964-6853 "Associate 904-77J9 M. B.....* REPnESENTATIVEr" (" > I H.norco .,
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CHURCH OF GOD: Sunday at 7 p.m. and by Elizabeth Terry Terry Futch of Jacksonville Palatka to see their Aunt, I -
School 10 a.m., Worship Methodist Youth Fellowship Phone 782-3330 Beach was a Friday dinner Mrs. Dottle Griffis. i
Services 11 a.m. and 6 p.m., Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. The guest of his aunt Miss Mrs. Doris Adams Visited :
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 Young People will go BAPTIST: Sunday School 10 Elizabeth Terry. They visitedhis Mr. and Mrs, Jim Rosier on
p.m., YPE Friday at 7 p.m. Christmas Caroling Thursday a.m., Worship Services 11 brother and sister-in-law, Saturday afternoon. "
EVERGREEN BAPTIST: night Dec. 22nd through the a.m. and 3 p.m. on Second and Mr. and Mrs. Benton Futch, Deepest sympathy of the
Sunday: School 10 a.m. Community.The Fourth Sundays, Prayer Band and nephew Steve Futch of community is extended to I II
Worship Services 11 a.m. and Church will have a Monday at noon. Starke and did some shopping Mrs. Maxie Wilkerson and
7 p.m., Training Union 6 p.m., Special Christmas Eve SMYRNA MISSIONARY during the afternoon. family due to the death of her
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Candlelight Service on BAPTIST: Sunday School 10 Mr. and Mrs. Arlton husband Maxie Wilkerson on I

7 p.m. Saturday Dec. 24th at 8:30: a.m., Worship Services 11 Jackson of Baxley, Ga., were Thursday night. If
FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH The Public is invited. a.m. and 7 p.m., BTS 5:45: guests of their niece, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs John Stone of
: Radio Program on p.m.HIGHLAND= BAPTIST p.m., Prayer Meeting Wed- Wendell Sanders on Monday. Boca Raton spent a few days
WPXE 8 a.m. Sunday Bible Sunday School 10 a.m.:, nesday at 7 p.m. Friends of Mrs. Bessie with their brother and sister- II

School 10 a.m., Worship Worship Services 11 a.m. and PERSONALSMrs. Watts,mother Mr. and Mrs. in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Earl f
Services 11 and Faye Strickland and
am. 6:30: Berry Watts, are happy that Troxell.
p.m., Prayer Meeting Wednesday 6 p.m. Prayer night at 7:30 MeetingWednesday : p.m. family, spent the weekendwith surgery on her right eye for Elizbeth Smith of
at 6:30: pm. her grandparents, Mr. cataract was successful. She Jacksonville will spend 2
LAURA BAPTIST
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH: School 10 : Sunday and Mrs. Dwight Browning, of will have to have new glasses.Her weeks with her grandparents,
a.m. Worship
Sunday School 9:45: a.m., Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: Jacksonville. Her Father, son Barry, went to the Col. and Mrs. William Wilson. I
Worship Services 11 and Thomas Ursry, also ac- r
a.m. p.m., Prayer Meeting Wed- hospital on Saturday and took Mrs. David Kelly of t
7:30: Training Union 6:30 companied them. Jacksonville
p.m. : nesday at 7:30: her back to Geriatric Nursing spent the
p.m.. Prayer Meeting on =NORTHSIDE p.m.BAPTIST Rev. and Mrs. Leonard Home at St. Augustine. weekend with her parents, : -
Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. School : Melton and Celeste visited Mr.and Mrs. Emory Eunice Mr. and Mrs. Earl Troxell.Mr. Prize winners In Southside Elementary's PA sponsored' Foot ea sale are (l-r):
GRACE UNITED Sunday Services 11 10 a.m.and, their Mother, Mrs. Louise and family of Chattanooga, and Mrs. Clyde Front: Shannon Abrams, Tammy Grills, Kevin Wayne Jordan, Tracy Coi.es, Robert Burney
:METHODIST: Sunday School Worship a m. Messer of Orange Park, Tenn. arrived Friday night Wainwright and family of Julie Ferguson Johnny AbercrombU. At right Is Mrs. Josle Kimbrell who coordinated the Footle
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9:45: a.m.,Worship Services 11 p.m. Prayer Meeting Friday night. While there they and will spend a week with Eaton Park, spent the sale for the PTA.In .
a m. and 7:30: p.m., Choir Wednesday ST JOII='at S' 7:MISSIONARY p.m. = shopped at Orange Park Mall. their parents, Mr. and Mrs. weekend with their mother, back: Kim Alberthal Larry Nazworth, David WillIams Edward Kimbrell, Chuck MuUins,
Harold Eunice, their relativesand Sirs Wilma Wainwright. Jam Brown Eric Crawford Jonathan Rowe, Ron Brown,and Robert Boone.
I friends. Other guests for Sunday were
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Andersof Mr. and Mrs. Allen Brown, Southside Elementary
{jljprrjivmislmasHave Jacksonville visited their Lisa end Denise Durban, and
\ Mother Mrs. O.J. Anders on Cathy Waters of Jacksonville. Southside faculty and staff Hartley as fifth grade teacherto "the Crossroad Singers" for
Sunday afternoon.. Mrs. An- Mr. and Mrs. Donald extends best wishes for a replace Mrs. Ernestine loaning us part of their sound
yourself a warm ders returned home with them Wilkison attended the Calvary !Merry Christmas and a Happy Register who transferred to system. This system utilized
:, e o 0 and cheerful for a few days. Baptist Church Christmas New Year to all our parentsand Lawtey as school librarian.We eight microphones and a
Mrs. Daisy Boch and her Banquet at Southside students. Have a happy are sorry to lose Mrs. sound board. It was run by
holiday. niece, Miss Lynn Whaley, Elementary School on and safe holiday. We look for- Register who has been a Alan Henry and Cliff Vogh.
were business visitors to Saturday night. Their adoptedSon ward to working with you classroom teacher for 21 Also we are deeply gratefulfor
Gainesville on Sunday af and wife, Mr. and Mrs. when school resumes years in several different Sherwin Mcintosh' for
ternoon. Marcus Jerrett of Jackson- Tuesday Jan. 3, 1978. !schools In Florida and doing such a fine job at the
Mrs. O.J. Boyette Sr. of ville went with them. The PTA has approved Mississippi. We are sorry to piano. Thanks to Mrs. Nancy
t Lake City spent last weekend Mr. and Mrs. Ilermie Kelly several projects on which to lose Mrs. Cheryl Gladden Brewer, art teacher for her
with her son and daughter-in- attended the "Brunch" at the spend our 1977 Halloween kindergarten teacher who will help with the decorations.Mrs. .
law Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Holiday Inn for retired carnival I and "footie" sales be taking maternity leave Wood and Miss
t Boyette Jr. and family. teachers of Bradford and funds. The requests that will after the Christmas Holidays. Johnson's fifth grade class is
Mrs. Sandra Jacobs:: and Union Counties.Mr. receive immediate consideration Southside's Christmas working to learn their multi-
son. Phil of Gainesville, were and Mrs. George Kelly, are installation of concert Tuesday evening, plication tables. Those'who
Sunday dinner guests of her Tracey, and Reddy Cox, at- basketball goals and completion Dec. 13, under the direction of are now "Multiplication
parents, Mr. and Mrs. tended Wesley United of multi-pupose area, Miss Esther Casas, music Masters" are: Thresa Perry,
NOEL.NOELJoyto Raymond Bryan. Methodist Church of tumbling mats for physical teacher, was a great success Jim Nguyen, Micole Scott,
Mrs. Edna Cason of Glen St. Jacksonville on Sunday. After education classes, rhythm and was very much enjoyedby Rusty Sullivan, Darin White-
the world. like the Magi, let j1C"i; r Mary and Mrs. Pearl Spark- services, they visited their instruments for music a large turnout. Southside head, Kenny Hill and Andy
man spent Saturday af- parents. Mr. and Mrs. S.A. program and additional appreciative of those who Nguyen. Room 24 Is also proudof
for Christ bornin us open our hearts ternoon with their brother and Shackelford during the af school supply money. gave so much time and effortto their All Star Basketball

Bethlehem. and welcome the sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. ternoon. Staff changes at Southside: making the show such a Members: Annette Lee,
true miracle of. s'frna Arlie Dobbs. !Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Futch of We welcome !Mrs. Donna success. We especially thank Thresa Perry, Pam Proctor,
!Mrs.\ Pierce Crews returned Waycross. Ga., visited Mr. Bill Gatlin and Herbie Cooper.
Christmas. home Saturday after spending and Mrs. L. !\I. McClellan on
sometime with her son and Thursday. BROOKEK FHPPktxlicts29
daughter-in-law, Mr.and.Irs.!\ .' !Mr. and Mrs. Ilermie Kelly
Faulkner W.S. Crews, Sr. of Jackson. visited their cousin Carr
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The Mower Clinic STARKE niece, Mr. and llrs.V.F.. Sunday afternoon.Mr. .
Atwood of Starke, while and Mrs. Hermie Kelly JEANETTE PRESCOTT Period
Realty recuperating from an accident met !Mr.\ and Mrs. Jack EstesIn PHONE 485-1715

210 E. Call St. PRINT SHOP sometime ago.!( Jacksonville when they BKOOKER CITY COUNCIL' Up on the housetop, Santa
Mr.and Mrs. Bill Dobbs and came to Dr and visited them MEETING: Claus Is Coming To Town and TALLAHASSEE- ? is
family and Mr and Mrs. for awhile. estimated that 29 personswill
Council Frosty the Snowman: Mrs.Pillow's
Starke The Regular City
126 S. Water St. die in Florida traffic
964-8925 of Jackson
Morris Hushing !Mr. Llssie Starling. Mr. and last & Mrs. Watson'sClasses
!Meeting was postponed
964-5308 ville attended the Calvary Mrs. A.B. Wainwright Sr., Tuesday, Dec. 13. The only ((3rd., 4th., & 5th., accidents during the 78-hour
964-5065 Starke Starke Baptist Church Christmas their son and da'ighter-in-Iaw, Councilmen present were Grades), Jingle Bells, Silent Christmas holiday period;
Banquet at Southside Mr. and :Mrs: Benny Wain- Steve Nipper and George Night, 0 Christmas Tree, says the Florida Highway
Elementary School on wright and family their son- Pierce. A number of reasons Jolly Old Saint Nicholas; Mr. Patrol. :: ;
Saturday night. in-law and daughter !Mr. and the other Ezell's and Mrs. Nichol's "Drivers face greater(
why
!Mr.\ and Mrs. Tommy !Mrs. James Richardson and were Councilmen given weren't present. Classes ((5th., 6th., & 7th., dangers of vehicle accidents

r------ Godwin of Gainesville, spent family, all of Jacksonville, Mrs. Eva Clark, City Clerk grades), Christmas Windows, during the month :*of
:
; Sunday afternoon with their Uncle Walter Starling and moved to call a special adepted from A Christmas December than any" other
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. !Miss Dorothy Swanbom, of meeting for Monday Dec. 19, Play, by Lee Smith.It month of the year, advised
and !Mrs.\ Harold Eunice. Starke, gathered at the homeof at 7:30: and Mr. George was a joyous occasion for Colonel Eldrige Beach" ,
Mrs. Lucille T. Ivey and Mrs. Elsie Norman for a p.m. both children and adults.PERSONALS director of the Patrol.
Pierce, acting Mayor, agreed.
Miss Arthurine Blanchard family get together and mealon This year's official
Orea Prescott requested to
visited her sister Miss Enza Sunday. Other !guests( for have the Brooker Garbage. countdown begins at 6 p.m.,
Blanchard at Bake County' supper were Miss !Mary Ann ? Mae Friday. December's: and
!Mrs. Lula
Friday, Dec. 23, Friends fo
I- Nursing Home in Macclennyon Lyons, and !Mr. and !Mrs. and Dump Friday open, Dec. 30, before Baxter regret to hear she fell ends at midnight Monday. ,
: December 26.
Firday afternoon. Frank Brown Kim and Cory, Year Dec. 11 and
G'FT Christmas and New last Sunday. Beach said a maximum
Whetsel
Mrs. Marjorie of of Starke.
in
bone her
Holidays. broke a small leg.
Keystone Heights was a Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Kellyof number of troopers will be
Willie Grimes, requested She was in Bradford County
the and
luncheon of Lake Worth patrolling highways
Thursday guest spent the
in
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be Friday, Hospital in Starke a
SMITH CORONA her sister, Mrs. Robert Lee. weekend with their parents garbage pickup from auxiliary troopers will be
Dec. 23, and Mon. Dec. 26, all cast.She was discharged
used in effortto
Miss Michelle Eland of !Mr. and !Mrs Ilermie Kelly. extensively an
to these changes. the hospital, Friday, Dec. 16.
agreed curb the state's auto
Keystone Heights spent !Mrs Kelly flew to Charleston,
CLASSICI2'j wife
otherwise, Her brother and his ,
Garbage pickup
Friday evening with Mr.and Ind.,Monday night to visit her Lewis of deaths, "hut in the final
the and Nora ,
Famous will same. Johnny
remain it will take the
Mrs. Harold Eunice. parents !Mr. and !Mrs. Irwin the analysis
SCHOOL CHRISTMAS Callahan, picked her up at
and Mrs. Doc cooperation of every driverif
Mr. Mosley Campbell. Wendell will and took her home
PROGRAM hospital
spent Saturday morning with remain with his parents. we are to lower the
Smith Brooker Elementary held with them to recuperate. We
With Powerspace their Uncles Turby and Dolph Mrs. Carolyn Holmes and predicted holiday death
their Christmas Program on all wish her a speedy "
Griffis of Satsuma, and daughters of Starke and Mrs. total.
Y on Thursday Dec. 15, at 7:30: Their phone is 1-904-
'j: Corona / their way home, they stopped Joseph Starling and son, In the Brooker Baptist 8792672.recovery.Sorry I don't have "Enjoy the yuletide
-- : David visited Mrs. Holmes'son p.m. season, but when you are in
Church to a packed crowd of their address.
: automobile, take
$17250Mfr. Pvt. Craig Holmes at Mrs. Eva your every
and friends. Please pray
parents precaution. Leave early,
Jaune
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Wednesday. School Principal, Phil home soon. heavy'traffic
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Class (K. & 1st. Grade) drivers.
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I : With 49-42 Win Over Buchholz



jt: An Improved attitude, more "They know we can have a Bradford cagers did a lot of Clay open a 23-9 halftime tVbssm2u vyar WN ,, +

.: enthusiam, and more hustle good ball team, but it's up to sinking and sagging on the margin which BHS could &* &w
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after a team .? <
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meeting with
to the them Coach Adkinson said taller Bobcat trio to prevent never overcome. At that Clay
'only
:JI players present after the Buchholz game Buchholz from getting the beat BHS only four baskets In r
,
resulted in
a Bradford High Saturday night. The team had baskelballlnside. the field, but the Blue Devils y
basketball team that worked lost 53-33 to Green Cove It worked Bradford was up sunk 15 of 20 foul shots.
i hard to beat Buchholz High of Springs in the Clay High gym 15.8 after the first period and Vernon Williams led Green +

t: Tornado Gainesville court 49-42 on the in a lackluster effort the 20-17( at the half. The Tornadoes Cove with 16 points, Toby
Saturday night, preceding night. Increased the advantage Grubbs added 10 and Larry
f. Dec. 17.I' .
Strategy in the Buchholz to Butler 9
seven points with a points.
SS"- -'Thewin improved them to 2- game was to keep the 16-12 third period effort. Green Cove is a much
:;; : 3 the record of the ,
:;:;: Bradford basketball away from Bobcat Breaking even at 13-13 in the bigger team than BHS, but big I
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I'ir'ftve:;;: and broke a three game Derek Hill who had been fourth period, the Tornado Gainey, 6-8 was held to five ,
losing record.
J:; 'tneeting: The team averaging 15.20 points per five went on.to win 4942. points. Butler, 6-41 didn't score ,i h'
:::.' came during the game. Hill is 6-3 and "jumpslike Bradford cagers shot 44 until the second half.

:'t Junior night and varsity after game three Saturday a kangeroo," said Coach percent from the field, going BHS also had 29 rebounds Sao
straight Adkinson, but Hill had to 22 for 50. 9 for 25 the first half against the taller Clay five.
losses by the Tornado cagers. settle for 12 points Saturday and 13 of 25 the second. They Walker led with 11 rebounds; r"'
'The team met without Coach night. Hill didn't score In the shot 50 percent from the free Aldridge and Duane Cum- Ali, bM. I J1 V4y

'Warney Adkinson who was first quarter and had just five throw line, going 5 for 10, mings had 4 each. Clay I''
tied up keeping statistics for points the first half. ,,
better than usual. outrebounded BHS only fouror 2 grt
the junior varsity game. The Tom Terry led Buchholz Driving the ball in for close five, Coach Adkinson said.
players asked to have the wtth 14 points and J. percentage shots most of the "We've got to start shooting 25

meeting, Adkinson said. DeCoursey, added 8 points. time Saturday night Freddie better from the foul shot line if

Aldridge led the Tornado five we are going to win close ball

r with 18 points. Kenny Hampton games,' says Coach Adkinson. -

i was right behind with 17, "In close game foul

,a I and Roland Cummings added shooting is the difference." '' r rSS

t 8. Against Green Cove, the

1v ,r rr. BHS 111" 33.40SucC coach points out, BHS was I nnM'a'n'at'
I. r : I t II IJ-4 down 14 points at the half, cut f Jr
II ..aradford-Aldrtdgs H-U, Hampton a. it to eight points, "then went
1-1I.1t.CummlnQi4-0-1,Cummlngi' 01.1. > spasmodic again." By
r Walker I-M Rail 1-0-1. Total 21.'-
e .,. spasmodic Adkinson means
y ..Buchholi-Plnknay 1-04. Allan 0-0-0 the Tornado five failed to
r Hill 44-11. DaCouriay 4-0-1, Tarry 4-2-14, work the basketball in for a
Taylor 1-0-1 Towitar 1-0-1. Totals n.*-
close in shot where team.

9I1 41.Roland Cummings also had mates could get In position to

s 7 rebounds to go with his 8 rebound. On outside shots a
,. points for his best per- team usually gets only one
n : formance of the season to chance for the basket.
"We did it again the other
o date. Aldridge and Walker
, each had 6 rebounds and night (against Buchholz) and
"
, :1"t Duane Cummings 5. almost lost the ballgame,
'. says Coach Adkinson. "We'vegot
to work it in close."
i Clay County..53
yd Oc AoO
BHS 0 012 I2.JJ
/ A Bradford IIIgh. .33
r.I Clay 10 II 12 17." ,
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"If we had played any ..BHS-Aldrldg "0.', Hampton 1-0-1, -
, basketball at all in the second ROM 1-0-1. R. Cummings 1-0-4. O.Cummin y :; :
, quarter we would have been in *! !.].., Mark 1.0.2. Total' ISMl. y :

ys the ball game," says Coach ...Clay-William "'.16. Calaman 1-0-1. P. _
Warney Adkinson of the 53-33 Marla 2.0.4 Hugglni.0-1-1 Orubbi 50-10, -
beating the Tornadoes absorbed Butts 1.2.1. Young 0-1-1 Hoggin 1-0-1 -
aalnay '-J.'. Totals' 161$01.Upcoming .
from undefeated Clay ",
High in Green Cove Springslast Games tirh

Friday night. Dec. 16. Next Wednesday, Dec. 28, at y .di
BHS went cold in the second 8 p.m. the Bradford five will 1 I'17r
: period and was shut out 13-0. host a traveling basketballteam i
David Walker missed three from Morristown,
one and one chances at the Tennessee in the BHS gym.
foul line during the cold Tennessee team is on tour
period. In fact, BHS made over the Christmas holidaysand '

r.HU only 3 of 14 foul shots Friday will be passing through :
1 night.The Tornadoes also shotan Starke on that date.
anemic 28 percent from the The Tornadoes will resume -

field going 15 for 52. regular season action Jan. 6,
BHS fought the undefeatedBlue after the Christmas vacation, Getting the basketball inside to the big man worked !for radShown In the photo with Mlller are teammates Harold Walker,
Devils evenly in the first in Macclenny. The following Cord Junior varsity cagers when they went 40-33 over :Buchholz
period which ended 10-9 Clay Tuesday, Jan. 10, the cagers for their first win. It worked above as 6-2 Kevin Miller buckets number number 5.23: Frazier Bass number 3, and Freddie Hollis,
Y two from under the basket.
3 High. But the cold period saw travel to St Augustine."A .

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.Cove"a me.Aldridge has been scoring in double figures. He and Over chholz For JV FiveScoring ; ,
play maker Kenny Hampton both are consistent scorers (good
> bull handlers and have been the backbone of the BUS five.

("OIIcll'arn..y, Adkinson 1 is> hoping they \\lIIjtt'tsome ht'lpht'n the fewest numberof Miller and Sayer drew praise The JV cagers were soundly

.,' other players develop and round Into form after Christmas. points in any game to date from Coach Bob Hancock for defeated 65-52 in Green Cove

but playing the best defense to their performances.Shell Springs Friday night, Dec. 16.

date, the junior varsity also had 8 rebounds
BHS Hollis led BITS with
Girls 18
: : Varsity basketball team of Bradford Sawyer 7, Hollis 6, and points. Bass had 10, Shell 9,
its first win of the
,'. High got Frazier Bass 4. and Walker 7. V.M..*
season Saturday night going BHS was edged 11-10 in the Shell led BHS in

: ':' Lose Second Game Gainesville 40-33 by in the Buchholz local gym.of second first period period but 10-3 won and the the 9, Bass had 7 reboundingwith Hollis 5.BHS. :' A

'. '. Bradford High still have too BHS is now 1-4 for the 13131210.12| I
varsity girls "We many third period 14-5 for a 34-19
.;.. '.'just got out-hustled and out. individuals and not enough season. lead. Buchholz won 14-6 in the CI.y. 114 14 11 .Q .-
.,. played" said Coach Jerry team players" said Coach Tornado strategy was to but the Bradford .. ,
fourth period BHS-Baii 5-0-10 Millar 1-1-4 Hollis I-
'. ,..McGriff\ in losing their second McGriff The BITS five is now work the basketball inside to lead was too much to over 2-11, 50.11Mcarld. 1-0-1, waikar }. Freddie Hollis takes the basketba.i down court in the team's first win over Buchholz. Hollis Is
."basketball game 57.33 to St. 0.2 on the season. the big man, Kevin Miller. 1-7. Robinson 1-0-1. Total 11..,.. the playmaker and point man for the BITS junior varsity five. He can also score in double figures.

... 'Augustine last Wednesday, BHS- 710 IO11SA The 6-2 sophormore respondedwith come. 71.14..Clay-Wllhil-O-a, Pranclit-1.il, Hogan He hit for 18 points in the Clay High game Hollis also lends a hand with the rebounding, netting 5agalru.t
Hutching 5-0-10 Smith 1-1-5.
',Dec. 14. ,14 1 tO II 15-51 his best performance to Bradford 10 10 14 '..0 Roooy 1-1-4. Chrlitophar 4-1-11. Total Clay and 6 against Buchholl.
,. (Frances Coltrane scored 14 BHJ.WatUworin 0-0-0 Barnai 1-0-4, date with 20 points and nine Buchholl II 1 S 1411.BradfordBan 2"'.".
:", the only BUS Judy' Wilh m. 1-0-t B'I9' 0.0.0.Collr.no rebounds. Miller hit on 9 of 13
points per- ,
5414. Crawford 0-00 Murphy Win Second Game
.former in double shots from the field torrid 69 000. Millar f-1-10, JV basketball will resume Nuggets
...: figures. 1-0-4 14-1-11.Hudson I.I.'. Hawkins 0.00.Total a Hollli 1-0-4, Shall ..0.,, McBrlda 0.00.I.wyer after the Christmas vacationon

..i I' SA Hardy 0-0-0 Ford 104, Stlmora' 1- percent. .3.0.Walker 0 0.0. Robinson 1-0- Jan. 6 when the team will
The BUS girls turned the Curtis Shell added 8 pointsfor I. Total If-Ho.
0... Wllol. l 101. Jon l t.O-ll. Ktano '.0.I. travel
",, ball over 10 times, fewer than Jams 10-1-11, Harm 1-0-4. Tolali II BITS and Phillip Sawyer, ..Bochholi-Porchar I..-., Chittum 1-1-1 to Macclenny for a 6:30:

...,: in the opening game loss 52-27 1.17 Games starting for the first time, Dickey,Local 4-l-I 1-1-0.>. Alounder Garcia 011.1.0Tr.h.n TotalS. -104 ,-- p.m.Baker preliminary High.mil game with To Lead Sr. Boys BasketballThe
to Hawthorne. They shot 71 I'pcoming ; added 6 and Freddie Hollis 4. 11.
:, percent from the foul line, 5 Next game for the Tornado

(for 7, and 31 percent, 14 of 45, five is after the holiday
from the field. vacation (Friday, Jan. 6, at Nuggets now 2-0 and Wednesday's game betweenthe Leading scorer for the
Palutka at 8 p.m. BRADFORD the lone undefeated team in Warriors and the Trial Warriors was Chuck Johnson
But BUS had 16
: ; only Next t home game is Monday, COv the Senior Boys Basketball Blazers, found the Warriorson with 22 points. For the TrailBlazers
; ;! rebounds, so usually only
,1, got Jan. 9, wIth Macclenny at 7:30: League, sponsored by the top 54-49. The Trail Blazers Steve Griffis led with
shot and then lost the
:3i 1 one p.m. Starke Recreation Department took the lead in the second half 21 points.

I _basketball. after games Dec. 14 and and held on to this lead until Statistics:

1 ... Dec. 16.Play .
t. ." ; 2P. .warriori Johnson II 0-11 C. Hamm
'nl will resume Jan. 6, late in the fourth
tegrapEL'I quarter, 010.J. Luka S 0.11, R. Sullivan..,-,. L.
after the Christmas vacation, when the Warriors had a Chandlar 101.
with the Nuggets meeting the scoring drive with 24 points.. .Trail Blal.ra' -1. Orlill 10.1-11. K.
Jonal '.0.,., .. Watkins 5-0-10 M.Plarco .
Warriors and the Trail compared to 12 points by the .
1.II'! B. Rob."son 1
Blazers meeting the Trail Blazers, to take the lead On F rll1ay. the Cavaliersand
Cavaliers. and the game. the Warriors played the

first game with the Cavaliers
coming from behind in the

r 2-0 Nets Take Early Lead fourth quarter to win 4432.
I
] ] The Warriors held a 6 point

lead after the third quarter 32-
.. 26, but failed to score again

1 : In Small Fry BasketballFinal theIth quarter The
Cavaliers however managedtheir
\ '. / highest scoring drive in
games before the winning 24-20 over the the 4th with 18
quarter pointsto
To
Girl Basketballers Lose
4f JV Undefeated Buchholz holidays gave the Jazz and the Rockets. In the first quarterthe win.
Nets victories in Small Fry
S"K ; Bradford High's junior lot of our trouble was .Braafortf-Janat Wllllami 1-35. Holll Basketball play sponsored by Jazz held a 2 point ad- Leading scorer for the
1-1-1 Woody 11.15, Barry 0 0-0, lastly 1- Cavaliers was Steve Griffis
of and concentration
varsity basketballers tooka lack experience the Starke Recreation and increased this
girl 0-4. Oarlay 1-1-1. Jacobion 0-0-0, vantage with 20 points. For the
one point lead Into the fourth due to playing a Chandlar 0-1.1. Total 10 ''. Department and put the Nets lead to 4 points by the half,
had
Warriors Joseph Luke 12
; {, period against Buchholz last much more veteran, said ,.SucOkela-Wwiti 000. Llndar 000. in an ear.ly lead with a 2-0 which they held onto the rest ,

I .. Wednesday, Dec. 15, but got Mltchall Jackson 41-11 000.,Tarry Byrd 0.00.4-1-10 Ounlae, Allan. 174.1-1-5. record. of the game. Leading scorer points.
) K ". J beat 10-5 in the final frame Coach McGriff. It was the Totals. ll-io-ll. Play will resume Jan. 4, for the Jazz was Shaun Statistics
and lost the game 3228. seventh game of the season Upcoming Games after the Christmas vacation Jackson with 22 points. For ..Caivallan-S. Orlrtli' 10.0..., I
for the undefeated Buchholz Next game for the BradfordJV with the Nets vs. Bullets and the Rockets,Wendell Shanks Thomaklni "0-12. I. Winkles 1-0-4, K.

1 The loss evens the BHS JV girls.,, girl cagers is Thursday, the Jazz vs. Rockets. had 8 points. Orlfltl..warrior.-1-0-4 A.Luka Thorpe 4.0-11.141.c. Johnson So"II'
I at 1-1. after an opening win II HI- 14 4 I 1-10 Jan. 12, at P.K. Yonge in The first game between the M.''m 2..-.. L. Chaitdlar 2.....
over Hawthorne."We BUCC- 00415.32 Gainesville, at 6:30: p.m. Nets and the Bullets was a Statistics: n tie second game, the
played like this was our battle down to the last secondsof Jan.'.Jack... 11-0-11 S. Mltchall. I... Nuggets defeated the Trail

yIYT first game rather than the New Federal Requirements Set the game, with the Nets 2..RMkS W. Shank 4-0-1. .A. wllllama Blazers 5340. After the third
Gj second one" said Coach Jerry winning 2018. In the first I..-.. .). Brow 2..... I. Simmon l-t-1. quarter the score was tied at
McGriff. BHS had 20 turnovers For Otter And Bobcattrade quarter the Nets were behindby ..Standings i Nan 2...Jail 1-1. .Mockafm 34 a piece. The Nuggets
r r. shot poorly from the Taking 2 points but came ahead 1-1. Bullat "2. managed! the come alive in the

free throw line and had loo TALLAHASSEE A new in' certain wildlife before the half with a point fourth quarter' to take." the

many fouls, the coach said. federal requirement will species including the otter lead and held on to this lead game.Leading.
scorer for the
with both teams scoring 10
mean harvest quotas and a and bobcat.
At that, BHS led 14-9 after system for otter and points in the second half. Nuggets was Todd Jackson
the first period. The game was tang in Florida. The tagging system will require Leading scores for the Nets with 19 points. For the TrailBlazers

tied 18-18 at the half, and BHS Col. Robert Brandy, that hunters and were Troy Portis and Simon Steve" Griffis led with
got a one point edge, 23-22, by executive director of the trappers have their otter and 'Mitchell both having 8 points.For .. 21 points.".,: -15, v .

beating Buchholz 5-4 in a slow Game and Fresh Water Fish bobcat pelts tagged in order to the Bullets, LeMoklo 0 'Statistics? :-! 1'\;\
third period. Commission, said the require- meet legal requirements for Chandler led with 16 points. .,;.....ifr.JacSMi 4Kif4\ D.'Thanl.
_. Duane Cummings Is bout bleu fly a five foot jumper against( The BHS girls shot only 47 ments are in response to export and subsequent higher Statistics: hJ SHE /.&.ARMY, o*7-0-14..L.CkanMar 44...Av.McDuftla.
J01.plgg5 PNP AN A'UAO4 .
= touchholi. dimming( has a good eye and Is expected to give the percent from the free throw export guidelines set forth by prices .N...T. Parti ...-.. .. Mlfchol 4-4V* or AM Houtc A PAy WITH, .34.4...Trail R., BI Sirillva_* 3.14.. OrrHIt 10-1-11 m, ..
Tornado five a lot of help after the Christmas holidays when he line going 8 for 17, after a the federal government's I.Simmon. 1..1. N. ......no 1.41.Iull.trL ., as4eCI4S4,5D RANLiMO G.&seTt4.I1icYd PreMRUN154 ,Wlnklar44.. .. T amaan 2..., <,
round Into form for basketball. Cummings was a starter In the perfect 6 for 8 effort in the first Endangered Species Scientific Tags will be available ". .Chanolar t-a.ii,J. WIIMH 1- 4fAra.TM5 SPiaT6 OP .Hamm 2- .. I/Mf./ I_ a.

defensive backfield on the BUS football team and. got. started game. Bradford was 10 of 45 Authority an agency createdto through the regional offices of 210 the second game another FQUiPMSMT even from the
field..
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class in the Orange Park points had come on a Jacksonville Forest opponentin 26
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placed third in the 135 pound Bright beat an Ocala Forest Edge water, then lost an
weight class. opponent in a second overtime overtime match and a chanceto
In winning the 16-team match winning this one. He place in the top four to a ForChristmas $200 I
tournament in his class. went on to take third place in Wolfson High opponent.
Montgomery first beat the 133 pound class by beatinga "For that calibre com- I
Stephens from Edward! White Wolfson High opponent 31. petition I thought we did real
High School in Jacksonville well," said Bradford Coach
11.1 Montgomery. then shut Kenneth Cruger' won one Joe Kielbasa."It .
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Allan Scott the 221 pound restle with the tough Class 4A
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third quarter, the Hawks were tournament, the club was that 1978 will be a prosperousyear _
back on top 38-33. In the fourth having their share of luck at for each of you, and of
quarter, with Scot Hudson Dunnellon. Dale Johns won course,we also hope enjoy
making all the points for the this tournament. he also lots of happiness and you good If You Art SUmHBy l lJ
Celtics,a total of 16. they were landed the biggest bass health during the coming
able to pull off a 51-48 victory. Edwin Johns placed second. :
year.
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the Celtics with 40 points. tournament using the blue MERRY CHRISTMASAND The Right Gift
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grape 7 inch worm the win- BASS WISHES,
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