Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04135
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 29, 1977
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:04135
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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T discovering!some; interesting .'

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\, ':.".J December' 'a 13 foot canoe', !
.( ,to',V- most likely' used for tran-i b
sportation bytheTimuquana* :

., Indian tribe,;was lifted from i 1 ( 11+ +rf
'o,,;! the muddy I waters of "Little' /
! 1[;::" Lake" locally I known as' 1'' rt I Id TheSweetest Strawberries This 'Side of Heaven
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, I The canoe i was :Discovered r pr l lk 99th Year STARKE, FLORIDA 15 Cents
; ,I" by Mark and Cheryl Glisson' Y t .. 24th Issue Thursday, December 29,1977 Copy
i ,; who reside 'by I the'lake off k tlpt pt ptM'
: :i.ff:: Charity Lane,; which is near' ), 4 1 w "

;"I ;I'.J{. '11 Lake Glisson.Johnson a State in Park Clay County Ranger; p d 4 4 SCL Unwilling To Share Cost

I 'f.,:7 F V at Gold Head Branch State .
I V Park and his wife stumbled
across the end of the canoe .

I i while tifacts.looking for other ar Market d. RR Crossing

! r John Bowles, Clay, County
I : Public Works Director; Hank
:' and Thaddeus
r Bruning
I t Crossley. County Commissioners .
! + V ; along with Improvement Stalemated
!:' Thomas Ryan, of the Clay

., ;5 County Historical Society, a
." crew from the Road and '
Bridge Department, and A, "t sttJ Amtrack is willing, but Seaboard.Coastline is not. That was the
members of the Glisson r message brought to local officials Thursday. Dec 22 by Francine

family, worked for over an f- Richardson, representing Amtrack's department of Administrative
hour during the cold windy Bd. Affairs and Grade Crossing Improvements. -
morning to free the canoe ,Zoning Okays County Commission Chairman George Roberts and City
from the lake bottom several Commissioner Charles Schaefer, heard Ms. Richardson report
times sinking into the mud that Amtrack is willing to pay its share of the estimated cost of
over their ankles. installing flashing lights and cross-arm gates at the Market Road
The project had to be dealt h Larger Lot Sizes grade crossing, but the Seaboard-Coastline had declined.

with in a delicate manner due It had been hoped that the about four minutes on train
to the age of the canoe K. two railroad companies, schedules but this advantage*
I estimated by Ryan to be over together with local funds from would be lost if they had to
200 years old. the city and-or the county slow down for the Market
I To gently loosen the dugout In KHClub EstatesReplat could pay for additional safety Road Crossing.: Fuel savings!:!
' 1; from the mud, water was F installations at the Market would also be lost bI'slowing'
ti pumped from the lake which t,+ t Road crossing scene of to 29( mph in that location and
''jfJ\ is now 15 feet lower than the aV of a portion of the previously in good faith, and several serious accidents in then accelerating to normal
:i' high water mark, into the area f lots in Keystone Club Estates, 'ould show that additional recent years. cruising speed. 'rit; was cxplatned. -
) where the canoe lay buried. V VV ? Increasing their square adjoining property was not The Amtrack represen- -
i After jiggling?; it loose, water '{ 1 footage, was approved available.In tative said that Seaboard- Richardson said Amtrackwas
! ''J! wassiphonedoutandthemudshoveled Tuesday night by the County other action Tuesday Coastline's reason for not willing to cooperate '>n
.51" out around the Zoning Board with recom- night the board approved the sharing in the cost is that they Market Hoadro.1't becauwof
;" canoe. Water was again mendation for final approval application of Lewis Smith fora are currently paying an its interest in the safety oft,,
s poured into the hole to float ..---............. -... .by the County'Commission.V change from R1A to OR average of $1,200 annually for bus-riding school children. as
'i' the canoe. Once freed, the .' The action resulted from a (open rural) on 25 acres of maintenance on each grade well as the general public
". canoe was lifted onto an compromise settlement with land, now used for a poultry crossing safety installation of Until a solution is reached on

", aluminum ladder and carried After working an hour in the bitter cold morning, workers, including (l-r) Hank Bruning, Mark owners of the subdivision who farm on Brownlee Road west this type Citing federal the signal installation sfie
to a truck. Glisson,John Bowles, and Tom Ryan prepare to lift the canoe from the mud. (agreed to J increase lot size of Starke. Gaines pointed out regulations. Seaboard- suggested that city and countyofficials
The dugout which appearsto from approximately 7,500 that there were< already Coastline held that govern- might contact I the
he made of hard pine log 'square .feet,. as originally several farms in this area and ment agencies were schools administration lo MV
will be stored on the ground at At right: Water was first poured on the canoe In an attempt to platted in 1959 to approximately suggested that the board responsible for Installing if it would be possible to

!) the Hoad and Bridge loosen! it from the deep mud. Pictured is Mark Glisson, .. .... .. 15,000 square feet might in the future consider safety equipment to protectthe reroute school buses to use
,", Department's barn. It will be discoverer of the canoe. to comply with sanitary rezoning the entire area to OR public another crossing w here saletydevises
packed with sand and wet Below: The canoe is gingerly placed on a step ladder for requirements set by the State to conform to its major use. The Market Road crossing are adequate f
I down completely. Once it transport to the Clay County Road Department barn where It Board of Health. became an issue when the
'I i dries out in approximately six will be dried out.' ,Jf:Club Estates developers In his monthly report railroads sought permissionfrom .
'.. ,months! a representative of I "were also giyen permission.-. .GaineS said that building DOT' to allow their 301 South {t
"! .-.1 Of.... -" .. m'A'';';';'''''' .. p;....b."I.. rM ..permits .issued ..during :. .
the Department""of HlStoryI. ,- advertise lor a public hHTlng"on ,''trains""a"40 mph ,speed; limit, '
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...... Archives and Records .. their petition' to change period December I-27,"" through Starke Instead of the -A V.V, ... '.
. ....1 rV :Management of the State 1 (N M -V V-" zoning of lots from RI-A totaled $400,795. Included in currently imposed 20 mph ResurfacingProject
[Department will dig it out to (requiring 20,000 square feet) this figure were 17 mobile limit. DOT agreed to the
' analyse the condition of the to Rl-B. homes, $79.500; 10 single higher limit at all crossings
wood .\ chemical treatment Zoning Director: L.M.Gaines family dwellings. $250.933; 15 within the city limits with the
iI' will also be recmmended to ; ,said that the Rl-B 'miscellaneous, $50.262; and exception of Market Road Let
. > three
deterioration. .. .".r.IJ.It. \ :: & : i classification which swimming pools,
prevent ,.,. ... ; where signals Mere con-
Age of the canoe will be ', presently requires only 7,500 20200. sidered inadequate for public
determined by taking an .. .....' square feet. will be amendedin safety. DOT set a February .lust t over 7' :.1 miles olresurfacing
auger hormg down through the near future to require a 2 Juveniles deadline for all parties concerned \ 1'-3n1: I mm
the wood. The boring will be .: :', minimum of 14,750 square to reach a solution to south nl l MMr*> III l MlijzntorCrook
Tilled with a dowl. Plans are to t feet. This will be done to meet the problem. Bridge in Slarko' lo the
eventually display the canoe present Board of Health ArrestedIn Seaboard's "thanks but nothanks" Alachiifl l'o'mlhnr has t boonawHvdod
at the Clay County Historical regulations for the spacing of reply to a request for lo a Hinter IlavofiCoinpanv ,
Museum. septic tanks and drain fields. its third of the estimated cost ) : on lin apparent laws
Clisson; had hoped to donate Gaines said it would require at Burglaries appeared to stalemate an hid ol !M3I.21R.: I ho Florida
the canoe to the State Park least one-third of an acre Bradford County sheriff's immediate solution to the )Popartmonl ol Transportation"
Service hut found they did not ((14,750 square\ feet) to place deputies arrested two problem but Roberts broughta has HnniiuiHodThe ,
have the funds or mechanism these units properly on a juveniles Monday, Dec. 26, ray of hope hen he recalled apparent low hid from,
j for preserving and displayingit. residential lot. and were able to clear up that DOT had. in the past, Macasphalt. ('Iln"fllion" nl
Since Club Estates was thefts from a Starke businessand allowed the cost of safety Winter Haven was oporwlMPT
According lo Ryan originally platted before the private home. signals at several other \ 21, htho POT. along
'; arrowheads! pieces of chipping county adopted its zoning codein One juvenile, 15. was placedin crossings in the county to be with411 other highway t s ttf\,\
stone and pottery are 1970, the Club Estates lots the Juvenile Detention advanced by DOT and bridge construction project*
lound on many of the lakes in ... "-:-' WI were "grandfathered in" at Center in Gainesville chargedwith deducted from secondaryroad totaling Ia,312A34.
' this There the smaller size allocated the Tho 7 :Ml miles will
area was a sparse even thoughthe seven counts of petty funds to
; population of Tirrui<|uin Indians area was subsequentlyzoned larceny and two counts of county. He contacted the DOT resurface existing. pavement
in northeast Florida RI-A. Purchasers of lots burglary.The office in Lake City by with\ a 1 lypo III asphalt concrete
.: prior to the Seminoles.! By the in Club Estates were allowedto other juiivenile, 14, was telephone to l find oulI hat leveling and an asphalt
mid-17is's! the tribe was continue building homes charged with five counts of could be worked out along this concrete friction course, and
disseminated due to disease under th grandfather clause petty larcency and one countof line, but an immediate answer installing! rellorlivr t \pas f'mrnl
i '; fighting, and colonialism, until new state sanitary burglary and released to his was not forthcoming. markers' along! I SMHThe :!
, explained l Ryan. 9 Accidents regulations madeit Impossible parents.Under. Richardson said DOT had work is expected to
j This islhe I fourth canoe to be Holiday to place septic tankson the state law tentatively scheduled in- begin in :March after completion
discovered since lake waters the undersize lots. ol paperwork bI I hi OTsaid
juveniles names are withheld. stallation of lights at the
dropped l More: probably will Persons who have already Investigation by sheriff's Market Road crossing around a company spokesman
he turning up before the lake purchased small lots and have deputy Don Denton cleared up 19 O, and Roberts said he

r: waters rise again" No Injuries Reported not yet built will likely be thefts of electronic equipmentand would try to j get the !safety'; On) '.....
speculated Ryan.Friday .
granted variances to build miscellaneous items that devises advanced on DOT'S
homes if they so desire attorney occurred in November and priority list in view of the
Starke Police were kept Dees Clark, was charged with SR-16at N. Church St. Alice Jess Wolbert said. He December of this year from February deadline. New Year celebrants will
busy during the seven days following too closely and Snell Searcy of Starke was explained that a person could Eagle Discount Store in Amtrack has estimated that have an extra dato

':.:"-.":':. from Dec. 20. to Dec. 26 driving while intoxicated Dec. stopped at a Church Street not be denied proper use of Starke and the home of Ralph raising the speed limit recuperate -if they work for
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...- covering nine accidents in 23 after he failed to stop stop sign as Ruby Alvarez his land if he had purchased it Harvey on SR16. through Starke would save ,city county or state government :
::8- i: which there were no serious behind Dock Gordop of Ritch of Starke was making a all of who will be closed!
.. Gainesville he right turn onto Church Street Monday, January 2.
'0:..,. -:-:.:::: injuries. as was stoppedon
-':'...lt -: Robert Alan Fricke 22. of US-30I. Police listed $50 from SR-16 and failed to judge Closed] Monday for a long
wr i Jacksonville was taken to damage to the Gordon vehicle. the distance and collided with State Aid Out BrookSharing er Learnsto weekend are the Bradford '
Bradford County Hospital Willie Banks of Starke was the Searcy vehicle. The FHP County Chamber of Commerce
t 1 treated and released after he charged with following too listed $50 damage to the Ritch repair and replace existing Bradford County
vehicle and $150 to the Searcy the cost of discuss financing the Improvement Public Library. Starke
.. was hit D cc. 21 while riding a closely and driving while system 35000.
: vehicle. renovation and water use was either with a grantor Hall, Bradford County Health
motorcycle on US-301 at intoxicated Dec. 23 after In other business the council
Timothy Alan Bryan of turned down by the State loan from Farmers Home Department. Courthouse, the
Dec. 30 Bradford Square. colliding with a vehicle drivenby discussed updating the town
Administration, said Mrs.
Starke was charged Dec. 24 Department of Agriculture Community State Bank
Police charged Raymond Adolf Jerry Hill of Perry as ordinances but action
, no was
Puppet Show Lavon Perry. 21, of Starke it slowed to make a right turn. with improper change of lane Brooker Council members Clark taken.In Florida Bank at Starke,
BC Library with careless driving and Damage to the Hill vehiclewas by the FHP. Bryan was learned at a meeting held Kelly had earlier presentedthree other action the council Guaranty 'Federal Savingsand
westbound SR-100 in frontof Dec. 19. US Post Offices
on Monday Loan. i
10a.m. leaving the scene of an accident listed at $300. estimates for an approved placing four additional -
after he pulled from the Edna Marie Ferguson of Anthony Cecil Geiger of Town clerk Eva Clark said elevated tank $166.500 for a street lights at the Piggly Wiggly, Winn Dixie
shopping center crossed the Starke was charged with Starke. As Geiger began to she received a letter from the 100.000 gallon tank, $154,500 Shady Oaks development and and Food Fair
center line and collided with failure to of pass. Bryan changed lanes to state declining sharing the
Monday, Jan. 2 yield right way for a 75.000 gallon tank and relocating another light. Closed on Monday will be
the left and collided with
Fricke. Police listed $200 after pulling from Bradford cost of Improving the town'swater $146.000 if a 50,000 gallon Also approved was the Baldwin Chevrolet
damage to the motorcycle. Square and colliding with a Geiger, the FHP reports. system and water Stumps
Government Offices elevated tank Is used.A purchase of a heater for the Bullingtons, Clay Electric.
Police listed $125 to vehicle driven Vernon Damage to Bryan's 1968
Closed damage by usage. fire station a battery for the Florida Power & Light,
two vehicles. Dec. 21 when Jacob Solonom of Jackson- Cheverolet pickup was listedat
ground tank fire truck and for the '
storage a battery
The council plans to meet Leilas, .Stan's Bootery,
and to 1975 Ford
$50 a
Isaiah Petteway of Starke was ville as he was traveling southon
would havea total project cost water and two
driven Geiger at $200. with engineer Jerome Kelleyof department Mallards, the Office Shop
Tuesday,Jan. 3 overtaking Jerry Lonzo US-301. by Sverdrup and Parcel to of $137.000 and an alternativecold tires for the fire truck. Slade Gas, Lafayette Radio!
Cornehous Bass, Jr. of
Whitehead of Lake Butler on Starke police also investigated -
the Pastry Shop.
Preschool Hour W. Weldon St. and Petteway's three parking lot Starke was charged with Shop
vehicle slipped off the edge of accidents. careless driving and violationof Closing only for New Years
BC Library 10a.m.Starke Winter' In With 24
the road and sideswipped The Florida Highway Patrol a drivers license restriction 'Old Man DegreesWinter Day and open Monday are
Whitehead's vehicle as he reported an accident Dec. 23 after an accident Dec. 25. The Eckerd's Drugs. TG&Y.
Council. came back onto the roadway, FHP reported Bass. was 1977-78 made Its through Wednesday where sugar cane is being Andrews. Kochs and Mlt.chell's
7p.m.Lawtey said Police. northbound on Pleasant Grove bow Monday morning with night with a warming trend harvested and winter Drug stores. .
Council Charlie Howard Styers of Road when he failed to slow''' low readings of 24 degrees at starting today (Thursday>). vegetables are ripening.The Open Monday will be
North Caroling was chargedwith down for a stop sign and) Starke and Camp Blanding. Bradford County Extension Badcock Furniture. Fat Bops ,
7:30p.m.: improper change of lane py skidded approximately 100 the season's lowest to date. Agent Bobby Taylor said cold was not severe Garden Restaurant. Top
_.1 Dec. 22 as he attempted to, Q feet across SR-16 through ai Tuesday morning; was an there was little damage enough to damage the state's Dollar Store and Eagle
turn into Hardee's on US-301 i fence. Damage to the 1973, Unwelcome encore, with locally except some burningand citrus crop and some growers Discount.
mitt (fiummunitjjAcmmll from the southbound lane Ford,I driven by Bass was another 24 low recorded at wilting of young leafy said it might 'even be Teachers will have a workdayMandaylandschool -
and; collided r with la vehicle New estimated at $600 and to the. Blanding, and 26 at Starke. vegetables. Ornamental beneficial. "Cold is great for i will
& stank driven by Robert, Raynor of fence at $50. 5- Heavy frost whitened the plants suffered heavily, citrus-it colors the fruit better resume for dents,Tuesday,
New York.., Police listed no Jo Alice Goodman. 18,. of; ground both mornings. however where left un and makes it sweeter. But, of', J Jan 3.! 'tf *'!'
I damage to the semi-tractor Year Starke, a passenger in the. protected.' course, too much cold has just
Aen...." No* ....", U. Styers was driving and $473 to, Bass vehicle was taken t to<, Scattered frost was the reverse effect", a Florida Most area businesses and >

..<..'01 O T.po 040.00015.'t 'iniurann Corp.i the vehicle driven by Raynor.An het Bradford County Hospital;" :The 'National Weather reported as far south as Citrus Commission. official government offices "will l' tie '
Eau Gallic man. Billy treated and released. Service predicted continued Immokalee and Belle Glade said. open/'Friday, .December\.30..

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Patti Vaughn .. Tim_ n Crews__ n Wed_ Dec_. 17. 'r '------- .

Patti Riley Vaughn, Tarver of Jacksonville Forest Apartments
daughter of Mrs. Mary Riley presided at the punch bowl. / Qciaide fYlwJf
of Jacksonville, and Timothy Diane Crews also kept the Mrs. Crews Is employed'at 'rr w i II IIFormer.
Deane Crews, son of Mr. and guest book.Following. the Starke Police' Depart
Mrs. Doyle Crews of Starke, a wedding trip to ment. Mr.\ Crew Is employedat ( Jitor
were united in marriage Orlando and Disney World the the Starke Fire Depart- WJooty Society 9647608
Saturday Dec. 17, at 1 p.m. at couple is residing at Pine ment. .
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the home of the groom's I -

parents on Geiger Head. RTA AMS,.. Christinas; Breakfast HonoredAt ;; n :
Rev. George L. Harper .Residents : ;Hobble( Griffin and Michael Prevatt I

performed the nuptials in the The retired teachers of Starke president of the Assoc, '
presence of the immediate Union.Bradford Counties presided A, pleasant surprisefor Dinner Party' ;; i Wed Dec. 17 At Home Ceremony
families and few close friends.Mr.
enjoyed a lovely Christmas was the '
Crews attended his son Breakfast at the Holiday Inn Frances everyone Hamilton,presenceof of Jax., Mr. and Mrs. Fred(G. Snellof seated in the dining room and .'
as best man and Mrs Riley last Thursday December 22, who is residing at t the Wesley St. Augustine, former family room. \ Debbie J'keliy Griffin
was her daughter's attendant.. in Starke. Manor Retirement Home. She .residents of Starke, were The home was gaily daughter,MJ'.lmdIrs\ R. F:
The bride was attired in a There were 30 people was the immediate past honored at a dinner party decorated for the occasion Kelly of OVlando became the
candlelight ruffled lace street present and each person president. Tuesday night of this week, with the Christmas motif and bride of Michael Ray Prevatt,
length dress and carried a red brought a Christmas gift for a The occasion was hosted by large green hanging basketsof son of Mr. 'and Mrs. Melvin
!and white carnation nosegay shut-in, who is a member of UDC To Meet Mrs. Joan Chitty and her son plants and ferns. Prevatt of Theressa on Dec,
A reception was also held at the Hetired Teachers' Assoc. Handy, at their home on Sharing the evening and 17 in the Prevatt home on SH-.
the Crews home immediately Everyone enjoyed the Searing Street.Appetizers reminiscing with the honored IS.
following the ceremony.Mrs. beautiful Christmas tree and Jan. 3 tit 3 pni were served by guests were local close friendsof Rev James E. Starling,
Doyle Crews served la hie decorations.Mrs Sandra and Karen Chitty as the Snells and Chittys. conducted the ceremony.
the wedding cake assisted by \ Hussell :Norman'; of The W.T. Week's chapter, the guests arrived. Dinnerwas Christmas 'decorations
her daughter Diane Mrs Starke was in charge of the UDC, will meet Wednesday served buffet style in the highlighted points of interest
Alice Tedder and Mrs Belly program. Mrs. Leona Hyals of Jan. 3 at 3 p.m. at the home of family room, and guests were in the home.
Mrs. Jewel Roberts with Mrs. p"rJo1. The bride wore a' white
L.G. Powell and Mrs George BRIDGE: polyester gown with V neck
NEWOYEAR CHEERAnd Flynn, Sr. as co-hostesses. DUPLICATE CLUB RESULTS Mr. andIrs.! Philip and elbow length sleeves. She

-.1:... ,.1 s- Lora Francis and Rhea Vellenga and daughter were carried a bouquet of red 1' '
Cecelia Johnson were the winning weekend guests of his parents carnations. and white. baby'sbreath. t L, j
spent couple at Duplicate Bridge Mr. and Mrs. William ff' I
Christmas in Sanford with her Bridal attendants were the
Vellenga in St. Petersbura.
parents. Mr. and !Mrs. J.H. Tuesday night. Evelyn Griffin bride's three sisters Mrs. Jon '
Truluck and her brother and and Margie Thomson were Mr. and Mrs. James Bumbaugh and Mrs. Frank "kJ: '
o sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs.\ second Ida Shaw and were Marie third. Womack and family have Crider of Orlando and lIissBarba'ra V. _
McKay Truluck. moved into their new home at Kelly of California.
Country Club Estates.Mr. Attending were the groom's :\11'. and :Mrs Michael Prevatt
three sisters and families Mr.
and Mrs. Albert and Mrs. Jimmy Koatright.M ,
Slefanelli and family of iss Bonnie Aderbold and 1\11', Grace Baptist Ladies Have : I
Wwo Jacksonville were ChristmasDay and Mrs. Robert Powers. The
guests of his parents !Mr. bride's three sisters and Christmas SupperThe
and Mrs. Henry Stefanelli. families. Mr. and Mrs'\ Jon
NEW Bumbaugh. Miss\ Barbara ladies of Grace Baptist The shaped dining table
Kelly and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Church held a Christmas was covered with awhile
Here Comes 0 C'rider. and the groom's supper and exchanging( of brocudo cloth with a finrUod
r YEAR grandmother, !Mrs,. Mae gifts on Friday, Dec. 16, at the of holly down the center3ttterspvrsvd -
Prevatt, aunt, Mrs. Thi-lma home of Mrs. Edward Green with candles. :ga I
Woods and uncle. len on) Madison Street.
a i Prevatt, all of Hampton, and Christmas decorations anda The 25 ladies attenifuii 3(
e several other relatives and Santa Claus highlighted enjoyed i a turkey supper 4ffltl
friends. points of interest in the party exchanged( gilts during -:fj&'
Following a wedding trip to rooms. evening.LouiseStern .S
South Florida the couple is
1 residing in Jacksonville where
they are both employed. Pupils
Ring out the old in ,

best 1978J the new and sing of Charles Schmitts! Have Recital Party

Auld Lang Syne ,
of luck to t Christmas Party The piano pupils of Louise Those! participating wi :
our Our very best to one Marie Stern enjoyed a Lisa Alvarez I'aula l tier: :
Christmas recital party at the Carter Selma Casscls. Koltt(p
and all.
friends and Dec. 22 home of !Mrs Linda Johns and Cowart. Teresa Criffis. unit
Best wishes for a yearof and Rhonda Hutchi'son.! Kevin
Kevin. Tuesday
son evening
Mr.\ and Mrs. Charles Seh-
health prosperityand I December 20. Johns I.orissa Mosley.! Cindy!
mitt entertained at a
neighbors.Container. good fortune. Parents and friends also
'hristmas party Thursday attended.The and Sherri' Norman: CiiidVDonna
night Dec 22, at their homeon
and I'ar&'r .
Handy o.Miirla
HURST'S pupils exchanged gifts
A New Year S. Cherry Street for their and delicious refreshmentswere : Reddish Denny
Faulkner children and friends. enjoyed by all. Thompson and ..Jull'e'i!>e.,
SHELL The home w as decorated I in
Corporation SERVICE We hope it is very the traditional Christnuisthfine

kind to our friends Barbara Brown Party Honoree:3 I
24 Hour
Wrecker Realty and neighbors. The refreshment table was
Service centered with a red and white :Mrs Dale i Barbara) Brown overlaid with a red (ChristmJis
Paul's centerpiece Hanked l h y two was honored at a surprise cloth and centeredvitfcri:::;
CARL HURST punch bowls on either end. ('hrishnasceiderpiece I II loTO d
126 S. Water St. birthday party Friday night I ,
964.7342 Starke, FLa. [)t'Ssertsere placed on Dec. 21. at the home of Mr. oeuvres were 'l'l'nd l ..31rhiKlrmis :
210 S. Temple Ave. Christmas
Drive-in trays. and! Mrs. Hubert Ward on trd>s. -=s
964.5064 Starke The 28 guests exchanged Glenn Street.Christmas The honoree was prcse'nJVd
_964-0111 StarkeIGETSV0U2 Christmas gifts and the decorations were with a Christmas trbtrth.!
L J Cleaners children were treated< with asuip'nse used throughout the party day cake and many .useful
viS rFoT1P''Sa'lita( : ztgifts. ? >
...7:. ,. ? 'V!fT"ifciinfj'frju.ir' E. ",ir 6'r. *f'&a ttP1'tfitfiTVi'4rtwftiiiiTftMi'iJ', rooms. 'i f.The :
Tlio'Quests .
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punch table was eiiend| ( tefreshriuntsiiiid
418WCaiiSt. or covered IIIi il red Christmas .. 1 d.lnl'lIIlIhrullghllllt\
cloth and centered with a the evening
Mrs. Earl B. Searing spent punch bowl surrounded ith
the weekend with her and
magnolia and red
Starke 964.5498 family. Mr. and Mrs. Burge berries.
peJonaf9 .
Searing in Jacksonville
The refreshment table
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Mr. and Mrs. Curtis. Sinders
had as Christmas diy quests:
Mr. and Mrs.V II Green olTallahiissci
*. .Incite and, :Mrs
K.A (;ireenof Ciaint!sville. :Mr
$ r and Mrs. Jim ViRileone!( nt
Bm hampton. :N Y and 1 Or
and :\u1 rue. Kiert SiiiHlusiuIco
and :Mrs. Lex Green cit Starke.
G und their lamihos

How far does a buck go? With the Mrs J.U. Kite spent the

coupon below, very far. One dollar gets hnluUiy with rcl.iti\cs ulI'elhani.
y r you two Hardee's Big Deluxe' burgers.

; --4 ft vta' .i Each one a giant quarter pound of Gene 1liggins( III "llI'hllrn.
's Is, sizzlm charbrolled beef topped with (!.a is spending Saturday( to
X c, A l li. Thul'sd"yIth his |parents.,
rlf'x 4' ? real fresh fixin's. Like fresh lettuce
,, i. crisp ; Mr. and Mrs.Mr. lute 1li iggll1'
yk plump, ripe tomatoes; firm, white
F and :Mrs. C M: Patrick
Q ,; onions, plus cheese and pickles, too.
of \\ist Florida ,ami :Mimd<1
rl So take this coupon to any :Mrs.V \\fldon( of Iliishncllwore
c'o' p participating Hardee's. And try the weekend niu'sts of their

; Big Deluxe, the big burger with haul her. :\1 rs. (Gladys; UfldonJoining
P" fresh fixin's.Take 2. For the l lamily, on
d"r only Christmas E\ I. \\I'I'l'11': and
5 r w# i'i. r6 $1.V Mrs. Steve \\('lIllIn of :Mac
i-lenny and :Mr. and l :Mrs. J J |H{
\Neldrm ol JackMinvi J lie.and
) their Jamilies.

:Mr. md. Airs Henry
Slelanelli pent Christmas have:
with Mr. and :Mrs. Uolieit

Stefanelli Ciamesville. and family III

Miss Sue Morris of lom-
panolieach visiting! :Mr'and::
Mrs.S (i. Denmark this vvck

!Mrs. Marry :Moolyce.( in
Gainesville Saturday :and;
t f ''i ''.1Mi1 Sunday visiting her cousins.
I z( Mr. and Mrs i1.1St.: Peter
.. and family,
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''I': Local admittances to

:v. "' \ week Bradford include County: Hospital Mrs! Susie this

:: : \ happy new yearWe John:Myrick. Mrs.lIopkins.larold Edna Williams./

Sheldon Mrs. Deller Roberts
and Charles Glisson of SIt rkl'.
wish the best of Mrs. Villie McVeigh of
very everythingto Keystone Heights: Archibald
Hosier and Mrs. Ella; Stone of

: .; "I 2 BIG I'r' t our .many :friends and customers. Law ley,

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Have a very good year! Tilt: Ult.\IWOIU
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Starke, Florida 321111 l)
;1j One coupon per customer, please. Customer must pay any sales tax. 11' Second Clans postage paid

4"t" This coupon not good in combination with any other offers I' fft$ family centers. aaStark.t'lorlda.Sub"nlption Rates, :.

I Ytacdeer (]; twIEa ](! Jml! In)tat trade; H area six\) month: 17 per'

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J ponalt Mr and Mrs. C.A. Bauer of Mr. and I Mrs. John A
Greenville Miss Williams of Tltusville, Mr. Misses Louise and Etta Mr and Mrs. A.G. Loudon
Mrs. James are guests of and Mrs. Ben Williams of Fripp of Columbia, S.C. and of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Vigileonc Barron' for a
week. Savannah: Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Ada Wollenberg of Carter and son of Atlanta Ga.
- of Binghampton. N.Y. were Bob Williams of Jacksonville Farmmgton Conn. are and Sonny Loudon of BYU

p, Sunday and Monday guests of Mrs. Willie Mrs. J.E. Luckie Jr. of Largo spending the holidays with Provo, Utah spent' th..
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Sanders. Camplin of W.
Madison Street had as holiday and Mrs. Charles McQuaig of their sister, Mrs. L.G. Powell. weekend with Mr. and Mrs.

Mrs. Lex Green Mrs. G.J.McGriff guest, Mrs. Ida Keyes Jordanof Waycross Ga. and families Miss Kelli Jo Dyal ia home Marvin Barnhart in Miami.
Sr. and Mrs. Curtis tended Houston the Texas. They at- guests of Mr. and Mrs.weekend Mack for the holidays from the Mrs. ILL Speer of Starke
Sanders attended the funeralof candlelight services Williams.Mr. Florida School for the Deaf in and son-in-law and daughter
Mrs. Charles Harris in at the First United St Augustine. Mr. and Mrs. E.P. Boland and
Jacksonville Saturday. Mrs. Methodist Church on and Mrs. Fred Wheeler family of Athens, Ga.
Harris was a former resident Christmas Eve. Sr entertained their families Little Shana Schmitt returned Monday after ten
I I A of Starke. with dinner on Christmas Eve, returned last Thursday after a days with BR. Boland in
.M u al Mr. and Mrs. Dyal Baldree in order for her sister, Mrs. weeks visit with her Pahokee.
entertained their Audrey Griffis of Jacksonvilleand
family on Mrs. WE. Warwick in East
G.W. Williams of Currie Christmas Day by serving her family to be able to Palatka. Mr. and Mrs. OlerCrosby of
N.C. and Mrs. George Flynnof dinner and exchanging gifts. participate in the family [' will spend theweekend
Atkinson, N.C. are guests of Also home for the holidayswas festivities. Also attendingwere Mr. and Mrs. Gary with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Williams their son, Pvt. Joe C. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Millerof Hamilton of Toccoa, Ga. Mr and Mrs George Muggins
i; from Tuesday to Saturday. Ricks, from Fort Bragg, N.C. Lantana and their family visited Mr. and Mrs. Sherrod
Pvt. Ricks leaves to return to Mrs. Wheeler, Sr. also served
Hamilton from Mrs Jane
Mrs J.E. Wilson spent N.C. on Dec. 30. The Baldree'salso dinner on Christmas Day for Monday to Beach Ward of Cocoa
Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs and Mr. and
and with entertained the her family, most of which live Mrs.
Saturday Sunday Mr. rest of Mark Hamilton and childrenof Nelson Black of
and Mrs. John Adams in their' family on Christmas Day in the Starke area Assisting Island
Tampa joined the for were to
:: iii 1: Gainesville.Mr. and Monday. Assisting were Mrs. Wheeler Sr. were Mrs. dinner Monday night.family Mr Friday and Mrs.Monday Richard guestsof
I Mrs. Larry Ricks of Wheeler Jr., Mrs Jesse Welty.
-. ...,.., and Mrs. T.H. Slade Jacksonville and Mrs. Al Wheeler, Mrs. Miller and
were in Sanford over the Gordon of Callahan. Donald Wheeler

Former Sub-Debs Donate Fund To Library weekend visiting their'' Sonny Loudon of Brigham GE's

I daughter and family, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Yeager Young University Provo, Highest Efficiency
Presenting a $190 check to the Bradford County Public Library are (back l-r): Shary Gordon Mrs. John Whelchel. had as Sunday and Monday Utah is spending this week
;Sand)Bach. (front) Joyce Sanderson and Barbara Brown members of the Sub Deb Club of Starke guests Mr. and Mrs. with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Executive Central Air Conditioner
i that existed from 196770. Lawrence Stevens of Temple A.G. Loudon.Mr. .
I The club was started approximately in 1966 by young ladies in the graduating classes of 1967 Mr. and Mrs. Mark Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
through 1970 from Bradford High School. Beverly (Me Hue) Shaw the treasurer now resides In Hamilton and family of Parks of Carlton, Ga, Mr. and and Mrs. Jimmy (Hall
Connecticut and Barbara (McRae) Brown living In Starke originally started the club. Tampa spent Sunday over- Mrs. JW. Allen of St.. and daughters of Gainesvillewere USES
Receiving the check Is Dan Smith director of the library. The donation will be used for the night with her parents Mr. Augustine Mr. and Mrs. weekend guests of her LESSELECTRICITY
purchase of "Best Sellers" and new novels. Memorial placques will be placed In the books pur- and Mrs. N.B. Rosier at State Harry Stevens of Leesburgand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mac
chased from this gift, said Smith.The money was left in the treasury after the club ceased to exist. Farm Mr. and Mrs. Theo 3aldwin.

Yeager of Detroit, Mich
I w+lr Incident Miss Virdilee King and Miss

I vii Hampton and King of Tifton, Ga., Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Merritt FUQUAY'S CARPET
Mrs. D.P. Stilley of
Williams were Christmas Day CLEANINGPROFESSIONAL
Leads To
Mrs. Donna
I Jacksonville
of their .
guests daughter and
McCauley and Miss Shawn Mr and than other
family Mrs. L.A. comparable units!
Jackson Thomas Brooks 21, McCauley of Longwood, Mike Taylor Jr. in Jacksonville.
of Hampton was arrested for Hanks of Gainesville, James
resisting arrest with violence Andrews of Atlanta and Mr. CLEANING

and disorderly intoxication and Mrs. RC. Buford of Mr.and Mrs. Charles Fields 964-8596 General Electric's Finest
following an incident that Starke were Christmas Eve and and
son Mrs.
4" began at the Hampton Handy guests of Mr and Mrs. W.M. f fields of Jacksonville Wayne and Central Air Conditionerwith
Way Store, Monday Dec. 26. King and son, Mike. Mrs. J.H. Fields of Starke 10%

Hampton marshal Ed. Here Christmas day guests of t/ high quality features

Green, assisted by Bradford .%lr. and Mrs. Herbert Green. Discount make It your best

County Deputy Paul Stegal -
buy in centralair
arrested Brooks after he TRAVEL ADVENTURE
"q ., drove away in his car from the tr r r LD conditioning
.> convenience store and was EDUCATION r iVll III pl o EmeWncy Nilhigi up lo II
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pursued. Sea Chief; Kelly US Navy O = O ...,od-Ift.,..,
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Brooks was taken to the Monday 10 A.M. TII 2 P.M. t t 138 East Call St. Starke! 964-5890 = / Automatic low.,outdoor 2 s..Sound....,..nnala. with,

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Happiness is. .. ,
Being home for the holidays from school and hating time to

whip up good things! to 'at. '
A freshman at Bob J 'ies Unvlerslty in Greenville South ENTIRE STOCK SALEOUR
Carolina, this is the fir-t year away from home for Cynthia
Thornton. She said she looked forward to the holidav visit to be :
with and friends and have the time to do at
family things a
leisurely pace as cooking playing piano.Majoring
in elementary education. Cynthia is the daughter of dttfamilY
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Thornton of Kt. 2, Starke (Brownlee centersSale I


Prison Of fie 'rs "Brownie out"Two Ends Dec. 3I I 1977 .
t' B0C0KanuaPalnt a i1mette
The correctional officers -
Florida State Prison
: -aEvansthn
employees Fred Badger and remained under a doctor'scare -
Randall Scoggins, spent Thursday were
Thursday night at Shands released Friday. The contentsof L ..
Hospital after sampling the brownies were being 1, rI

brownies which apparently .tested. at the hospital......r.. tie Nt
contained the drug LSD. .r..LEGAL 1 ra.o
The brownies were intendedfor 'I dSt s
inmate at the 11I
an prison I :,
but are not allowed because of PUBLIC HE.\U1NG I ,.: ago L
the possibility that con A Public Hearing will be p
traband substances might be held at the City Hall Starke

mixed in. Ma Tue. Jan. 3rd., 5 pm, I 00 1 ..Mt'UIIII'' arRItO .IT
Scog ins and Badger were \1978 For the following pur- !tiu r Nonpadl-Simple Draami ol Know DatumChlcagoChkago
the personnel assignedto mobile 1 tome, at +TH Small.. FaeatPlaymafaaItava XICh.'i.
among pose plac ing a ... SmallRingo KICK, Rollln' With Tha Flow 6
M.rtln.L. Oat
look through Christmas the following location- The Jacksana-Ooln' Placat
ma mddla
packages and separate the All parties will be I 1. at ( lI.bbln.lI.bbln Jamat T.ylor..I.T.
items that can be gi\cn to this time. ALSO> ..'..'. .wnaaaa, L.. SayarThundar ALSOi. Boi Scagea-Down To. Then :
Lott. Mall .mo..m' Olad' You'raWith .
from the contraband. in My Hair Debby Baana-
inmates L.
Ma Tonight earth Wind a FIra- $
You Light up My Lit*.Quaan-Nawi o*
The two officers apparently I ocation ma World. Faralgnar, .Poralgnar., All 'In All Oaorga .10.... a Tammy J
"tripped out" after eating the 1\.Loll and 4 of Block 2 in Nat Wynatta-Oraatatt HI,..

.illicit.....aaaa.goodies.aaaataaaaaaaaaaaA Williams Subdivision on N.
Grove Street N.E. Starke.
hangnail is not so .
because it hangs. It just hurts. I ".#It'--
"Ang" in Old English meant Al Crosby ENTIRE STOCK
Chair,5larke Zoning Board

"pain. Merrill Edwards a K ..Rf.. .... SWUM T..a .SKHIK T... m
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happy without knowing it." rJrJUJi ALBUMS ALBUMS a TAPES

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Ask Mel TUHa-Lavai Troubled. wataraJ Klna/ Slmpla' Thlnaa' '. '"
J. Tkamaa-BJ Thomas Lima Rlvar, Band-Olamantlna. 'PMl
ALSO W.r.O..y.' Mall SadakaBraatatt Cocktail .
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Mitt. Maria HaggardMyFarawall ALSO Milan ftaddv Pata't Dragon
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result in a law suit for

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UKINKKHOAST COMMUNITY; : ; : ; -1,0' ;:"r ,, :pBdp'tC f": '" f.:.,, .......i.'r:cILNetN" ,s.f.! .' ,'F" l. :..t.,,..,, ,, Church A book entitled, Methodist Youth: ,Activities" Iby |

CIIILDRENS .., \!, oft: htistr' alh ro!.; year at First & t't'c Mission Exodus: called is to Redemptive!
On Saturday, Dec. 10, following l'IIRISTt11.1SPIRTY' Baptist ppf.s'Ute! .. Conferences will be) those who provided free to' Don Denton Following the'l''' evening of
the Starke Christmas ,, a, story' : of'' the, all age groups f ipreschool- 13- The conference) enroll before Jan Youth Director"O caroling, the youth were the
Parade everyone was invited On Wednesday ; shepherdsThe{-' ehtldren-youth-adults! ). The 7:30.8:45: : will meet Little Town of guests of Dr and Mrs. ,;U.E.
tOll free lunch in the backyard Dec, 21. the preschool ". Reverend Ben Bryant; ICfverehd lien P. Bryant will Wednesday.nightly, Sunday Bethlehem," along with other Denmark, who served
of First Baptist Church. While childrens departments a"F"r( the" ,.message'' of .the, : (each the book pf Exodus,to all familiar Christmas' Carols,. refreshments' 'at their home.In .
the people were eating lunch "First Baptist Church ; I adults' in the- church; they enjoyed entertainment their annual Christmas t ;| winter evening air last endless hours of service'and
provided by the puppets of the Each department enjoyed "" ; Everyone Is'' invitedilo at On Sunday evening, Dec. 18", Thursday evening!'' as the dedication to the Methodist
t church. This Is an annual con Christmas story and refreshments ". : 'orWEHEI\Cfo' ,'; ".' tend this in-depth exposition of the combined youth and adult Methodist youth, concludedtheir Youth, Mrs. ,Oleeta Marlenbrook .
venience for the people and in their own rooms I this interesting book 1 of the1Bible. I choirs of First Baptist presented BMSNetvg Christmasactivities by ( ) was presented arose
First Baptist is happy to tit 7.30 they joined the congreg.ilion 15-18 art the (dates! Anyone,can pre- nroll 'the cantata "Love. caroling .it several homes in ; corsage by the. youth,as a
provide this service. in the sanctuary for conference held each by calling First Baptist Joy Peace." Many visitors The regular.meeting or the ,Starke and in the county. .Christmas lift.
'were present to enjoy this, Inspiring -' Eighth Grade Parents 1

LOST DOGSDON'T :. presentation. Tuesday Organization, Jan. '3 is, at scheduled 730; p.m. Church Of God, Starke I|]

r at Bradford Middle School.
1,f CUUras .PMtl 1 MaU 1 St. Edwards News All interested '''parents Rev M.E. Drake Pastor Hosting the party were
Fasuite Black sad elks please attend 'to discuss The Starke Church of God teachers, Miss Nelda Mosley,
puppi. reasstaee further ways to make money will hold Watch Night services Mrs Calvin Henley, Mrs.
e P 1 poodle Lest Is Lawry !Members of St. F.dward's for the 8th grade trip to Disney Saturday. Dec. 31, beginning Millie lltibhnrd. Mrs L.E.
ret between SR-225 and choir and parishioners under World, urges Jean Roznowski, !
: nt 9 a.m. through midnight. Mosley and Mrs J.T.
j1 125. Phon 78Z-3489."ward J the direction of
Mrs. Richard
publicity chairman.
MISS There will be feet washingand "Kirkland Jr.
Coss went Christmas '
communion well
.as as -
December '
on 18.
Besides visiting the tIi.--- '' ''' :.::-; singingand speaking. The Junior high class of the
: Starke ;
The invited
public is cordially Church of God
(Nursing; Home = ./ held a
and (
ANOTHER the ) :::: to Christmas party Tuesday.
MIYM County Hospital the \ v"L'). attend D<:'C. 20, at I the home of their
: large group delighted several --.z;
Happy local invalids at their homesin .... c=.c: :::-: The Primary and Junior .Sonlhgate: Drive. .
the -
YEAR OF area. girls class of the Church of The
New; Years Schedule The word nickel comes from Cod were treated at a and group enjoyed Ramos
cookout and
a also
New Saturday Vigil Mass-7:00 a German word for exchanged -
: "imp"because Christmas! party at Mc
Christmas .
p.m. of the trouble it I Donalds gifts.After
Thursday, Dec. 22, at
TkX SkVINGS Sundav Mass-ll:00: a m. gave chemists in early times. :9) p.m. girls had the a party slumber was party over the at:

Year The girls exchanged the Reese home and the boys
I Christmas gifts and enjoyed had one at the home of Mr.
II" Obituaries hamburgers. French fries and
n t 1>q and :Mrs. Uoyce Joyner in

IEOGN z Edward Robert, 73 CHARLIE P, FOSTER SR., cokes. I Hampton.

L1J!!! Ian Edward Hagler Roberts, 73 63
PIt of Keystone Heights, died Cnarlie P. Foster, Sr., 63, of UCI PlanningUnion Blood Drivenature
Wednesday, Dec. 14, in Route I, Keystone Heights,
Alachua General Hospital following died Saturday evening Dec.
of this act and
you are working without, pension, a long illness. 24, at his home. Correctional Institution par
r w in it regularly Yet
plan coverage. see us now about Mr. Roberts lived on Little Born in Rowan County, will be participating ticipate
setting up a la. deterred retirement Eyr Badford Lake for the North Carolina January 4 as their part in millions more who are eligibleto
Q past 10 March 5,1914,
savings, program Ou specialists "National Volunteer Blood donate do not. I welcome
years, moving here from Mr. Foster
<|1"' (> you' Uut without obh'!." was a retired Donor Month." this opportunity to encourage
/ Jacksonville. He
L you'rf'i build d inorisocuro / retired in vocational instructor at the The CI Blood these people to join with the
,M,,'iiM,'rnr nt r>v laving 'u' y 1967 from the welding depart- Florida State Prison and a Center's bloodmobile will be rest of us in contributing to the
of .
ment Jacksonville
Terminal member
,,, of St. Williams
11011" ; Startmgnow':: J at UCI Clubhouse from 8 am. creation of an all-voluntary
you MYStEstablshthe/, Account Catholic Church. of blood
supply for those in
A Born to 5 pm. Wednesday, January
by December!' i special "Thank you" Sept. 19, 1904 in need"
4, to help meet the needs in
to our friends Savannah, Ga., Mr. Robertswas Survivors include Mrs. Ann
a member of the Senior Lucile Foster of Keystone this area by donations. n
?1take 4etUde'f.. : --' and customers Citizens Club of Starke; the Heights; one son, Michael As President Carter A GREAT CHANCE
__- Keystone Heights Fellowship Foster of Enterprise. declared: January "National
Guaranty "Things By Hand" Club and was of the Primitive Alabama; one brother Rev. Volunteer Blood Donor
"0' Baptist faith.Survivors Paul Foster of Jacksonville; Month" he said "a donationof tabAe.
Federal ESOC include his wife, two sisters, Mrs. Margaret blood is an unequaled expression
EiJ '-:.:.:-.:.- 150 W. CALL ST. Lillie M. Roberts; a daughter, Walker and Mrs. Effie Argo, of concern for one's
Savings; & Loan Association _.. STARKE Mrs. Martha J. Burkley of both of Jacksonville; and fellow man and a source of
FLORIDA deepest satisfaction to both
ol Gainesville Flint Michigan; four sons: seven grandchildren.
t2i 964-7792 Calvin L. Hagler and donor and recipient. Millionsof a
Gainesville: :T. .I. : Raymond A. Hagler, both of Rosary was recited Sunday Americans recognize the
220 N. Main St. Starke:395 W Madison "NU'N Vallejo Calif., Dr. Thomas E. in the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel.
3501 W University Ave Keystone Heights: Lake Butler See You In The New Year Hagler of Dry Ridge, Ken- Funeral Mass was held
3300 S W Archer Road Lawrence Blvd. & Sylvan Way 175 W Man, St. Reopening After Inventory tucky, and Edward R. Haglerof Monday. Dec. 26, in the St.
Jan. 2, 1978 Orlando; a sister, Mrs. Lois Williams Catholic Church
Chamberlain of San Antonio, with Father Michael Williams
Texas, 9 grandchildren and 4 officiating. Burial followed in
greatgrandchildren.Funeral Keystone Heights Cemetery
services were held with DeWitt C. Jones Funeral
Saturday afternoon, Dec. 24, Home in charge of
in the DeWitt C. Jones arrangements; In ancient India a person
Funeral Home Chapel in Keystone with jaundice would drink
with Rev. Leamon Ward In lieu of flowers donations water containing the hair .
officiating. Burial was in a may be made to the Florida of a red bull in the hope
Keystone Heights cemetery. Sheriffs Association. that it would restore his a+ t"',
healthy color.

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71 {Tornado' Gridders Tapped: For All-Area (Status By Gainesville SunSeven

Bradford High s ? 'on opposing quarterbacks. Russell and' safety David assists tn 1977\\; also deserved
players were tapped by the f, Cruger caused many'fumblesby Carter should also have been'' first team all-area status on ,
Gainesville\ Sun for All-Area .-I /P i getting into the offensive first team all area "when defense Hurse states. Rolandwas tr
football honors and three backfield of opponents during you're talking about ability ata 4 a defensive tackle' a P'
more should have been so A, .handoffs. position," says Coach lunior but in 1977'was swit-
honored by the reckoning of )hY A Hurse.
Head Tornado David Hurse. Patrick finished the season _n_"
Nose guard Kenneth t, yNlI with 51 tackles and 46 assists. Tornado strong guard on
Cruger, a three-year let- He sacked opposing quarterbacks offense Issac Cummings a
terman and, the leading twice and intercepted two-year letterman is termedby i I,
Tornado tackler in 1977. and four passes. Russell Coach Ilurse "probably the w
strong linebacker Lawrence had 37 tackles and 16 assists best guard in our entire area." 'I
Patrick two-year linebackerand ''from his defensive tackle Cummings certainly deserveda i
the team's second leading I position' his tackles were place on the first team all- .
tackler, were named to the ., probably fewer than usual area offense, Hurse said. '" i
All-Area first team defense. lit, ....._ JIll!"" -u.._ because opponents usually Defensive end Roland -d -- -- ---' --
i tried from the Cummings a two-year let, 11'7 : 'Patrick
Bobby Smith Marcus Cruce to run away big Esau Bright Lawrence
veteran tackle. terman with 44 tackles and 25 .
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back Marvin
Running ched to end to fill a big hole
Tyson the Tornadoes's Insurance Cards To Be Issued After Jan' which he did most capably.
junior workhorse was namedto II!" "Anytime someone picks an 1':
the offensive second team information .. all-star team of any kind ,
All-Area for his first varsity r* TallahasseeBeginning cards will provide -. )
season. Honorable mention Jan. 1, Florida motorists will about the coverage each Marty Russell someone" deserving is always I
4 S left off. Hurse states.
motorist carries as
honors went to running back receive identification cards requiredby c

Esau Bright a two-year .,-.. which will be accepted as 1977 Florida law. 1 w
Iwlwl. senior letterman Bright wasa proof of required insurance .
defensive starter in the BHS 4 coverage when a vehicle is registered In addition to the name of W. New Hm !I. Steak I.
the policy number
secondary but as the season or license tags are company
wore on the Tornadoes were purchased, Treasurer- and name of policyholder, the
forced to use his offensive Insurance commissioner Bill ID cards will\ also show the CHANNEL i''
talents. Gunter said today. effective date of the policy andif i
Defensive tackle Marty The new ID cards will be the driver has bodily injury (Tisltrf Firs) 8
Russell 240-pounder and a .I issued by the insurance com- liability as well as the required "
Kenneth Cruger panies when new policies are Personal Injury
three-year letterman was Reduced For Quick Sale
Protection (PIP).
honorable mention David Carter purchased current policiesare
Offensive strong guard given honors on the defensive all- renewed or when there is a The cards will be valid for .
Bobby Smith a 22 -pound area team. Marvin Tyson change in the required in one year after the effective AMERICAN
three-year letterman and Cruger led the Tornado Girl Cugers formation Gunter said. The date. I' :11"

center Marcus Cruce.the only defense with 61 tackles and 12 L FAMILY SOUND
junior so honored were assists. The lightning quick Face Pulntku '0 = =- : D1
named to the All-Area first middle {guard recovered four : = F D ,
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team offense. fumbles and had three sacks .L( s-n: I II.
The BHS Girls Basketballteam _
. Wrestlers Going To Bishop Kenny"I will resume its regular 155 A West Call 964.7329"In i'
season Friday, Jan. 6, when it 1925 Lum Pao-Hwa of China played 764 games of tennis in one week. Ii ,
travels to Palatka for an 8
The next match for the hope we do well. We need p.m. game.On i
Bradford wrestlers will be all the fan support we can get, Monday Jan. 9. the \
Jan. 2 when they travel to even though it is the night of) BHS Girls will host the
Bishop Kenny in Jacksonville.The the Orange Bowl" Coach Joe Macclenny Wildcats at 7'30 FOOD
varsity will wrestle at 8 Kielbasa says. pm
pm., the JV at 7 p.m. On Jan. 5 the Tornado "We still have too many ,
Bishop Kenny will be the wrestlers will return home fora individuals and not enough :.1 '
toughest team BHS will have match with Gainesville team players" said Coach A ':1 I
faced to date. Eastside. Jerry McGriff. The BUS five FAIR j
are now 0-2 on the season.

Pop Warner Association Holds JVCngersToFace

I First Annual Awards BanquetThe BUS MacclennyThe JV Basketballteam ? i'1'w. 2

Pee Wee CowboysHead will resume its regular
first annual Pop Coach Robbie Smith James season Thursday Jan. 5, whenit PANTRY PRIDE Pride
Warner Football League Fender. Dean and Doug will travel to Macclenny fora T Pantry AIM 98' J
awards banquet was held in
Brown Lester Willmgham 6:30: p.m. preliminary game CHIPS
December at the Bradford spotter Tom Jackson. with Baker (High School. iASSORTED SOFTDRINKS
County Civil Defense "Many thanks to all the Then on Friday Jan. 6 the FLAVORS 28ox. TOOTHPASTE' ,
Building people who worked so hard to team will travel to Palatka. or DIP N' CHIPS
Team members make Pop Warner a success The game will begin at 8 p,m. I Ie
cheerleaders parents and this year." says Jean Roz- The next home game is 8oz PKG. 'i, 4.6oz TUBENO
coaches attended the covered nowski, publicity chairman.The Monday. Jan. 9, with Mac potato
dish supper. general meeting of the clenny at 7:30: p.m. f
After dinner Awards Pop Warner Association was The holds 1-4
team now a
Chairman Jean Roznowski held in December at the Civil record. 1 gc I 2./1 I
introduced League President Defense Building. J
Charles Goodowns who in Attending were Judv and liiIr.ryDiiLowhN.IDI NO _
turn introduced the other Charles Goodowns Bill and E'ORIDATHEA; ._ ..
officers of the organization: Gene and r,$.'E' ._ 00
Loretta Marchant .
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BHS Cagers Place Third In Trenton Invitational Christmas Basketball Tournament'


A disappointing second half ternoon through the first half, The BHS' five came back game with Newberry. Mark more playing time after Duane Cummings had! 8 each. BHS was 6 for 11, or 54percent Coach Attkmson started
Tuesday Eastside afternoon against which ended Eastside 20, BHS Tuesday night, with Ben Ross Walker, getting his first real Christmas because of the job rebounds, Mark Walker 7, and from the free throw freezing the basketball with''
Bradford of Gainesville Killed 18.But replacing David Walker and crack at playing this season, they did against Newberry, Aldridge and Hampton 5 eachto line. 3:05: left in the game, which,
High chances of a the Tornadoes tried to Mark Walker replacing played three-fourths of the the coach indicated. Both are add to Ross' 12. .HI 10.1011 11-41 he said, is too early. "But I
second straight championship run on Eastside in the second beat Newberry game scoring 8 6-1 and from the JV. still shot 50 CS '1'21.61. don't should
in the Roland Cummings, and up BHS only per. ..HS AIDrldgi' 11II, Hampton. 7 0-14, suppose you
Trenton Invitational half Instead of playing the Newberry 47.39 to take third points,getting 7 rebounds, and "I may have found me a cent from the free throw line, *. Cummlnat/ .11.S,D. Cummlngt 1-0-4, complain too much when you
Christmas Basketball slower, steady, percentage place. Eastside went on to had one assist. basketball team," Coach 5 for 10, and needs to improvethat D..Walkar 2.'.I, King 011. T.'.'. 1u. /.* win, Adkinson added.

Tournament.. Bradford shot game Coach Warney easily dispose of second place Adkinson said after the part of the game, the ,CaittMa-McOlon. 440, Titan I..-.. Roland Cummings led BHS
cagers won their Adkinson has been trying to host Trenton to take the "Those two did a good job; balanced scoring effort. Ross' coach said. Hill J-III J.m..I.04.Holchtnion'. 0-11 rebounding with 8, David
first game Monday 45.41 over get them to, and got beat 20-11() tournament title. especially Mark, who hadn't 12 points led BHS, Kenny .HJ. U 14 10 ".., Brown 104,Hudiofl 0110,Oontry a-l-l. Walker had 7. Walker becameill
Santa Fe. They were in the In the third period and 21-11 in Ross responded with 12 played that much this year," Hampton had 11, snd Freddie NawMrry s 11 I 10-J Totals' 10-7-41 and had to sit down in the
Eastside game Tuesday af the fourth quarter. ..HSAIdrMoa. .-.-.. Hampton. """,
points, 12 reboundsand 3 said Coach Adkinson Ross Aldridge, Mark Walker, and D. Cummlnat" '. ...-.. Bolt 1.2.12. M.W.k. Freddie Aldridge with 17 first period.
assists in the consolation and Mark Walker will get Duane Cummings 8 each. ,Ur 4--*. T.'.' Hf47.NowbarryKuly points and Kenny Hamptonwith BHS shot 43 percent 9 for
.. l-4-t, Hunt 1611.Wn0.m55 15 led BHS 45-41 by Santa 21, from the free throw line,
-I-I,M........' >...., oykln 4- Fe High in the opening gameof and 33 percent, 18 for 54, from
Basketball Action Resumes Kecrention Department LeaguesPost 0lltck" 1-4-1 Mllol l-V-4. Totals' 11.1. the tournament Monday. the field against Santa Fe.

factoriSrjrfco Divest '"If we had played them slow Santa t'e led 13-10 after the The Tornadoes are 4-4 on the
holiday action will The Nets currently lead in meet the Warriors at 3:30: p.m. we would have been in the ball first period but BHS won the season after the Christmas
resume next week in the three the Small Fry league with a 2- and the Trial Blazers meet the game," Coach Adkinson saidof second Cram 15-11 to take a 25- tournament. Last season after
9E: ln9s boys basketball leagues 0 mark. The Jazz is 1.1, Cavaliers at 4:15: p.m. at the the Eastside fiasco. 24 halftime advantage. A big the tourney the BUS cagers
C ssll sponsored by the Starke Rockets 1-1, and the Bullets 0- old armory. Kenny Hampton had.14 16-9 uprising by BITS in the were 3.3.
Recreation Department 2. The Nuggets currently lead points and Freddie Aldridge third period won the game. .HI 1011144-41

the Senior Boys league with a 12 for BHS. Greg Hudson led BUS played good defense in UP...HS.Altfrldga 7....,, Hamatoa I II II 71.41 7-I-1J.|
Junior Boys basketball Senior Boys basketball 2-0 mark.The Cavaliers are 1- Eastside with 18 points, the spots said Coach Adkinson.The ..Cummings'.'.1. D. Cummlnoi' 1-0-1,
Homo Confer action resumes Tuesday, Jan. action resumes Friday, 1, Warriors 1-1, and the Trail only Ram in double figures. Tornadoes also missed Walker '.1.., MOM '.1... Total I"'"'.
January 6 when the David Walker had 6 .,Santa re Wllllami 1-4.1.campboll
3, when the Nicks meet the Nuggets Blazers 02. three lay ups and three foul .
Mw 901 i. slnkl 10. R..In1011/.1.1 Calhom lie Joynor
W4.I74I ?? ?,. .0-lk Hawks at 3:30 p.m. in the gym rebounds for BHS, Duane shots in the first period that I.'.', Pulrnor 1-0-4, DI... 4..11. Total'
at the old armory which Cummings and Ben Ross 5 hurt. If.1"'.
QUtERaolMMOUalTwra 12 5:30 SiitJaf houses the Recreation BHS Cngers To Meet Macclenny ,
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R ,INC.EJLJLwc. Department. At 4:15: pm. the
Celtics and Lakers will play.. Social Corner
Next Thursday, Jan. 5, it will The BHS Varsity Basketball "We've got to start shooting Raiford i iII
: !? oaaoaa be the Celtics and Nicks at team will resume regular better from the foul shot line if I

Haws: .'and the Lakers and season action next Thursday.. we are"oing to win close ball I II By Juanita Harris I I
at 4:15.: Jan. 5, when it travels trMacclennv. games, says Coach Wamey Phone: 411-1875
On A Large Selection Of Adkinson. "In close games, I
The Celtics currently lead foul shooting is the dif .
the Junior Boys league with a ference." lam sorry, our colume will Mr. and Mrs. Jack Harris Morgan Road Baptist Churchto
1214&24Priced 3.0 mark. The Hawks are 2-1, The following Tuesday On Wednesday, Dec. 28, the be somewhat short this week were business visitors in have someone to help with
Lakers 1.2, and the Nicks 03. night Jan. 10, the cagers wih Bradford five hosted a dueto, the holiday weekend. Gainesville last Monday.Mrs. unfortunate persons, to better
Small Fry basketball action travel to St. Augustine. The traveling basketball team :Next week maybe we will have Pierce Crews Mrs. understand and enjoy life.
From resumes Wednesday, January cagers will only have one from Morristown, Tennesseeat more. Nonie Thornton and Mrs. Mrs. Estelle Minton was aguest
4, when the Rockets home game during the monthof the BITS gym. The Ten- I am sure everyone had a Jack Harris andotnorsenjoyed of Mr. and Mrs. Mm
meet the Nets at 3:30: p.m. January.The nessee team was on tour over wonderful Christmas holiday a Christmas supper at the shall Molt in Brooker Sunday':
in the gym at the old armory.At the Christmas holidays and season with family and clubhouse Thursday night, recently.
I 5,58O 4:15: the Jazz will meet the team now holds a 2.3 was passing through Starke on friends. with turkey und all the Mrs.Ruby Rickerson had as
Bullets. record. that date. We are sorry to hear Miss trimmingspies, cakes, etc. Christmas Eve dinner guests
Jacqueline Rime's mother has There was a big turnout for Mrs. Brenda Cowart, Miss
been ill in the Bradford the occasion.Mrs. Amy Bonita Miss Cheryl
County Hospital. We wish hera H.W. Pringle,Sr., Mrs. Yarbrough and Mr Jack
W. Pringle, Jr. and Harris.
speedy Harry
AND HAVE ANEW Mrs. Nome Thornton is Mrs. Robert Springer were Mrs.Estelle Minton enjoyeda
WE WILL BE OPENMONDAY wonderful Christmas
visiting her sister, Mrs. shoppers in Lakeland and Day
Pierce Crews. She will remain Winter Haven. They dined out dinner with her sister, Mrs
i at Morrisons Bonnie Howard and family in
with Mrs. Crews during the
/ JAN. 2,1978 holidays. Mr. and Mrs. II.W. Pringle, I.awtey.
: 0 8 Sr. and Mrs. William Pringle !rand Mrs. Albert Staffordhad
j FOR YOUR visited Mr.and Mrs. Harry W. a marvelous Christmas
Pringle Jr. and family in I Eve; with their children. Mr.
Auburndale Tuesday and and Mrs. Kenneth Stafford of
Wednesday of last week. They Lakeland: Mr. Bob Stafford
enjoyed the trip very much. and family of Jax., and Mr.
y TEAR The Lake Butler Wishbonehad and Mrs. Woody Killer and
S little Woody.
wonderful Christmas
.. J. SUPERMARKETSNEW party on Wednesday eveningfor Mrs Bessie Sapp Is in Now
all the employees. They Smvrna visiting!! with her
YEAR'S TREAT U.S. NO. 1 IAyI HOMESTYLEOR 1A'1 exchanged gifts and had a children for the holidays.
"" "" As Mrs. Alice t'uson had her
nice spaghetti
40 supper. you
BONELESS ALL PURPOSE 0SANDWICH know, Santa Claus was on the family all home for Christmas
scene at the Wishbone all day [Day- Mrs. Joe ISryun and
HOG JOWLS 49L Wednesday. Guess lots of you lamily of Jax., Mr. and !Mrs.
BEAD i dropped by to have your Hubert Johnson of Jax. their
3icture taken with Santa. daughter Sue and Sue'schildren
SAVI10'AL8 W and : Mr.and Mrs Robert
Harry Springer son.
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down for n hunting trip !'\ormanunddlildl'f.'n..nd MrUav .
HOCKS 691. 39t In 19785" Friday. William Pringle Hiyan were the quests
rir 5lBargains accompanied them on their We ore sorry lo hoar our
After pastor Hev HiiKli II. alters,
PANTRY PRIDE-SAVE 10S hunting trip. returning
294 Warmest holiday all is going lo have eye surgery
BLACK EYE PEAS 12 Or Box from hunting, they enjoyed
greeting to al. n delicious dinner prepared by \\edneswin. diiincsMlle.Kver .

_.... ,..... .. ., our friend". H.W. Pringle. Sr. : >'one please remember
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Church had their Christmas Mr. Mallie C riff is
fAYF laid iisC'hiistmns guests.! Mr.
play presented; by the
DAIRY DEPARTMENT = PAM1flY YU COOKED DeWitt C.JonesFuneral Thursday evening.young and Mrs. Joe Fair and son
COMPARE! ::?" *% PANIflY 0 I HAM They people had a special occasionfor Irom Tallahassee Mr and
IM MI MNIIT MM Mrs: Keith il'iHis and family
the deaf and dumb of their
Cream Cheese 49 n* 4J ': : 1 Home church by one giving the sign Mr and( Mrs llarhis Ellington
MMin I *M MM Of t and \! : und Mrs.I.urry .
Sour Cream Z/'l/ ) 1a'' language dressed in a dark icky.Ir
MO-illlMt / J'z- robe wearing white gloves Davis and family They
Starke Fla. all had a wonderful day togrlhrr -
Onion Dip 39 10'> HOACIC 1EEF \ usmg u i black light shining on .
the individual This gave a 1<(
IAI *AI ISMUNV T IA' DEANS Heights beautiful effect for the individual Mr and Mrs !Mallicfinffis.
31 Keystone also had as guests Mr. and
PANfRP 10' PANfRi' .._nD giving the sign
I DIPSC ICU language. It is so nice for the 1h s. Charles Move from
2 99 Macclenny on Christmas

3/-1 _, Mrs Pierce Ciews had as
_B PKG. T I guests'hristmas' Day her son
i '_ COMPARE! '' w" and dmllthler.lnInMr.. anti
DAIRY DEPARTMENT IUIIMIShrimp Mrs. Spencer Crews. their
COMPARESr::; wN a EK Rolls $165 3D' 414 daughter l.iura. :Mrs. Pierce
Ml Ml Mil I Hll ----lll'l ) (Cievv's ureaternndd.i lighter.
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Nerico i "kles..on.19t 20' Hormel; Chub: Snacks $141 10' '; .39cit Ciews of I-awley. Mrs /OnieThornton.

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Bradford High --. a, Z on opposing quarterbacks. Russell and ''safety David assists in '1977; also deserved
players were tapped by the iT .Cruger caused many'fumblesby Carter should also have been' first team all-area status on
Gainesville Sun for All-Area OI t r T.NRtOx wrpf.r t getting into the offensive first team all area "when defense Hurse states. Rolandwas
football honors and three backfield of opponents during you're talkln about ability at M a defensive tackle'' as a
more should have been so ,.handoffs. a position,' says Coach lunior but 'I In 1977 ,was swit-
honored by the reckoning of r Hurse .
Head Tornado David Hurse. pg / Patrick finished the season
Nose guard Kenneth with 51 tackles and 46 assists. Tornado strong guard on +r ,1Vw .
Cruger a three-year letterman He sacked opposing quarterbacks offense Issac Cummings a r '. ,'j, i.
and the leading s HwA twice and In- two-year letterman, is termedby ,
Tornado tackler in 1977. and J t.
tercepted four passes. Russell Coach Hurse "probably the
strong linebacker, Lawrence rr1l"t, ., had 37 tackles and 16 assists best guard in our entire area." ). r4,
Patrick two-year linebackerand 'from' his defensive tackle Cummings certainly deserveda ...f '
the team's second leading position' his tackles were place on the first team all- ..,
tackier were named to the probably fewer than usual area offense Hurse said. .. .,..., r ,i
All-Area ,first team defense.Kenn..th ... because Defensive end Roland i iII .
---- +N : -" --- opponents usually -- -
Bobby Smith Marcus Cruce' 'tried to run away from the. big Cummings a two-year let Esau Bright ".. ". .. Lawrence'Patrick. "%
''veteran tackle. terman with 44 tackles and 25 ... .
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Running back Marvin _., .. '" .1' .. .
ched to end to fill a big hole
junior Tyson workhorse the Tornadoes's, was named Insurance Curds To Be Issued After Jnn ... ;,,. which he did most capably

"Anytime someone picks an f;
to the offensive second team .. '
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of kind
all team t
r+ cards will provide Information :
All-Area for his first varsity TallahasseeBeginning -- .
deserving is always ..
season. Honorable mention Jan. 1, Florida motorists will about the coverage each Marty Russell someone"
honors went to running back = : receive identification cards motorist carries as required left off. Hurse states ,gW

Esau Bright, a two-year which will be accepted as by 1977 Florida law. .n>
senior letterman, Bright wasa proof of required insurance l
defensive starter in the BUS coverage when a vehicle is registered In addition to the name of New H... .la Slick. f
secondary but as the season ; or license tags are the company policy number 7
wore on the Tornadoes were purchased Treasurer- and name of policyholder the ;
forced to use his offensive Insurance commissioner Bill ID cards will also show the 23 CHANNEL I'
,, talents. Gunter said today. effective date of the policy and :
Defensive tackle Marty hv The new ID cards will be if the driver has bodily injury (Fnttry. First) R t
and issued the insurance liability as well as the required I,
Russell 240-pounder a mY by companies -
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Cruger JIM 1' when Personal '
three-year letterman was new policies are Injury Reduced For Quick Sale
given honorable mention David Carter .-- purchased current policies Protection (PIP).
Offensive strong guard honors on the defensive all- are renewed or when there is a The cards will be valid for :: ,
Bobby Smith a 220-pound area team. Marvin Tyson change in the required inone year after the effective '1 AMERICAN I .'
three-year letterman and Cruger led the Tornado Girl Cagers formation Gunter said. The date. .j
center Marcus Cruce.the only defense with 61 tackles and 12 .'..' FAMIIII SOUND
honored were assists. The .. .. = ---_. uu--D"
junior so lightning quick -- -
named to the All-Area first middle guard recovered four Face Palatka ..... -- -0rT' -' '. ""'' -- -. : @} D ? .'i "
team offense. fumbles and had three sacks 1cL :-- I
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. Wrestlers Going To Bishop Kenny will resume its regular 155 A West Call 964.7329In ::

season Friday, Jan. 6. when it 1925 Lum Pao-Hwa of China played 764 games of tennis in one week g
travels to Palatka for an 8 \
The next match for the "I hope we do well. We need p.m. game.
Bradford wrestlers will be all the fan support we can get, On Monday. Jan. 9, the
Jan. 2 when they travel to even though it is the night of BHS Girls will host the
Bishop Kenny in Jacksonville.The the Orange Bowl" Coach Joe Macclenny Wildcats at 7:30: I
varsity will wrestle at 8 Kielbasa says. FOOD J I':'
pm., the JV at 7 p.m. On Jan. 5 the Tornado p.m."We still have too many
Bishop Kenny will be the wrestlers will return home fora individuals and not enough :i ,.
toughest team BUS will have match with Gainesville team players," said Coach

faced to date. Eastside. Jerry McGriff. The BHS five 1e'PANTRY :j I Iq
are now 0.2 on the season. FAIR'S.

Pop Warner Association Holds JV CngersTo

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First Annual Awards BanquetPee Mucclenny

The BUS JV Basketballteam -
Wee CowboysHead\ will resume its regular
The first annual Pop Coach Robbie Smith James season Thursday,Jan.5, whenit
Warner Football League Fender. Dean and Doug will travel to Macclenny fora Pantry Pride AIMTOOTHPASTE 9a'
awards banquet was held in Brown, Lester Willingham, 6:30: p.m. preliminary game '
December at the Bradford POTATO CHIPS
spotter Tom Jackson. with Baker \High School. ASSORTED .:,:.R i
County Civil Defense "Many thanks to all the 28 oz. SOFT
Then on Friday Jan. 6 the FLAVORS '
Building. people who worked so hard to team will travel to Palatka. or DIP N' CHIPS
Team members make Pop Warner a success
The game will begin at 8 p.m. I
cheerleaders, parents and this year," says Jean Roz- The next home game is 8oz PKG. 4.6ozrUBE
coaches attended the covered DRINKS.\
nowski publicity chairman.The Monday Jan. 9, with Mac- cPotato ;

dish After supper.dinner Awards Pop Warner general Association meeting of was the clenny The team at 7:30: now p.m.holds a 1-4 i

Chairman Jean Roznowski held in December at the Civil record. ..9.eg 19C 2./$1
introduced League President Defense Building. DEPOSIT I J
Charles Goodowns, who in Attending were Judy and RETURN
turn, introduced the other Charles Goodowns Bill and .FL.oRIOA1HEA'TR _
officers of the organization: Loretta Marchant Gene and ( -.. ,.

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Cheerleader Coordinator MOIITOM FROEN rSweet tP s' '
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Coaches of the teamswerealso projects were discussed. GREGORY--PECK-- CHICKEN gKAps ; T rE I Sweet Potatoes 59t 20'
introduced and awarded General

Meetings of the associationwill < t
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BHS Cagers Place Third In Trenton Invitational Christmas Basketball; TournamentA

disappointing second half ternoon through the first half The BHS five came back game with Newberry. Mark more playing time after Duane Cummings had 8 each. BITS was 6 for 11, or 54percent Coach Atkinson started
Tuesday afternoon against which ended Eastside 20, BHS 'Tuesday night, with Ben Ross Walker getting his first real Christmas because of the job rebounds, Mark Walker 7, and from the free throw freezing the basketball with
Eastside of Gainesville Killed 18.But replacing David Walker and crack at playing this season, they did against Newberry Aldridge and Hampton 5 eachto line.HI 3:05: left in the game, which,
Bradford High chances of a the Tornadoes tried to Mark Walker replacing played three-fourths of the the coach indicated. Both are add to Ross' 12. 10 10 II 11.41 he said, is too early. "But I

second straight championship run on Eastslde in the second Roland Cummings, and beat Newberry game scoring 8 6-1 and up from the JV BHS still shot only 50 per- et..HI.Aldrtdgt. 11-11' Hampton 14 12021.41,...14, don't suppose you should
in the Trenton Invitational half instead of playing the Newberry 47-39 to take third points, getting 7 rebounds,and "I may have found me a cent from the free throw line, R. Cummlnii 3.,.., D. Cummlngi 1-0-4, complain too much when you
Christmas Basketball slower steady, percentageshot place. Eastside went on to had one assist. basketball team," Coach 5 for 10, and needs to improvethat 0. w.m.r 2-1-1 King Oil. Total 10... win, Adkinson added.
Tournament. game Coach Warney of second Adkinson said after the of the the 49 Roland Cummings led BHS
easily dispose place part game, ,....Mt.McOloa .-.., TUon 14-0
Bradford cagers won their Adkinson has been trying to host Trenton to take the "Those two did a good job; balanced scoring effort. Ross' coach said. HIM S-l-ll J.",..1-0...Hutchlnton 0-11 rebounding with 8, David
first game Monday 45-41 get them to, and got beat 20-11 Walker had 7. Walker became-
tournament title. especially Mark who hadn't 12 points led BHS Kenny .Ml. II It 10 1147Nowborry rown H4 Hudson-to Otntr/1-1-0
Santa Fe. They were in the in the third period and 21-11 in Ross responded with 12 played that much this year" Hampton had 11, snd Freddie 012110.40 To1.,U 10741.Freddie. iU and had to sit down In the
Eastside game Tuesday af the fourth quarter. ...MS.AldrldM 40 Hampton .-...It.O. first
points, 12 rebounds.and 3 said Coach Adkinson. Ross Aldndge Mark Walker and Cummlnt*'...-.. ROM 11-11, M. Aldridge with 17 period.
assists in the consolation and Mark Walker will get Duane Cummings 8 each. Walks 40 TMI I II...-.'. points and Kenny Hamptonwith BHS shot 43 percent, 9 for
..Nowborry.Kuly 1-0-1, Hunt ,-.-,.. 15 led BHS 45-41 by Santa 21, from the free throw line,
Wlllmml I.,.,,Mmnwl 1-0-4, aVRIn 4- Fe in the and 33 percent, 18 for 54, from
Basketball Action Resumes Recreation Department LeaguesPost .3.... Blltck. 1-0-1 MuM 1-0-4. Thai' if.|. the High tournament opening Monday.gameof the field against Santa Fe.

Direct "If we had played them slow santa "'e led 13-10 after the Tornadoes are 4-4 on the
holiday action will The Nets currently lead in meet the Warriors at 3:30: p.m. we would have been in the ball first period but BHS wort the season after the Christmas
resume next week in the three the Small Fry league with a 2- and the Trial Blazers meet the game" Coach Adkinson saidof second fram 15-11 to take a 25- tournament.Last season after
s boys basketball leagues o mark. The Jazz is 1-1, Cavaliers at 4:15: pm. at the the Eastside fiasco. 24 halftime advantage. A big the tourney the BHS cagers
_ji: Sorlo ii sponsored by the ,Starke Rockets l-l, and the Bullets 0- old armory. Kenny Hampton had.14 16-9 uprising by BHS in the were 33.
Recreation Department.Junior 2. The Nuggets currently lead points and Freddie Aldridge third period won the game. .Hi 10 If It 4.41

the Senior Boys league with a 12 for BHS. Greg Hudson led BHS played good defense in .IF...5144Aldrldi..LI. /, Hampton n n ",.oi..II,
Boys basketball Senior Boys basketball 2-()mark.The Cavaliers are I- Eastside with 18 points, the spots, said Coach Adkinson R. Gumming 1.1.3 D. Cummings t-0-1,
Srjrko Home Center action resumes Tuesday Jan. action resumes Friday, 1, Warriors 1-1, and the Trail only Ram in double figures. The Tornadoes also missed W,.lk.r I.'-6. Ron 1-1-4. Total. 10-f.41.SinM .
sot"" 3, when the Nicks meet the January 6, when the Nuggets Blazers 02. David Walker had 6 three lay ups and three foul 10, Robinson"WIIII.m.S.41.1 I, C.IA.m,Cimpbtll 1-1., Joy.' ..
"" 964-$741 Mitt Sat. 9-Desk / Hawks 3:30: p.m. in the gym rebounds for BUS Duane shots in the first period that ..0.,, Pulmir I..-., Dlxm .-..U. Total
at the old armory which Cummings and Ben Ross 5Raiford hurt. It.141.'
j OUEROOrvJ1NOUOJTMO 12. houses the Recreation BHS Cagers To Meet MacclennyThe
5:30 Siesta
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X IMC Department. At 4:15: p.m. the
Celtics and Lakers will play. Social Corner
Next Thursday, Jan. 5, it will BITS Varsity Basketball "We've got to start shooting i
oaUE c Jc ? aaoaa be the Celtics and Nicks at team will resume regular better from the foul shot line if I I

Haws: and the Lakers and season action next Thursday. we are"going to win close ball I By Juanita Harris I I II
at 4:15.: Jan. 5, when it travels tr games, says Coach Warney Phone: 431-1875 I
On A Large Selection Of Macclennv.The Adkinson. "In close games, I
The Celtics currently lead foul shooting is the dif-
the Junior with ference." Mr. and Mrs. Jack Harris Morgan Road Baptist Churchto
Boys league a I am sorry, our colume will
12-14&24 Wides 3-0 mark. The Hawks are 2-1, following Tuesday On Wednesday, Dec. 28, the be somewhat short this week were business visitors in have someone to help with
Lakers 1-2, and the Nicks 0-3. night Jan. 10, the cagers will! Bradford five hosted a due.to the holiday weekend; Gainesville last Monday. unfortunate persons to better
Small Fry basketball action travel to St. Augustine. The traveling basketball team Next week maybe we will have Mrs. Pierce Crews, Mrs. understand and enjoy life.
Priced From resumes Wednesday January cagers will only have one from Morristown, Tennesseeat more. Nonie Thornton, and Mrs. Mrs. Estelle Minton was a
4, when the Rockets home game during the monthof the BHS gym. The Ten- I am sure everyone had a Jack Harris ndotnersenjoyed guest of Mr. and Mrs. Mm-
meet the Nets at 3:30: p.m. January.The nessee team was on tour over wonderful Christmas holiday a Christmas supper at the shall Mott in Brooker Sui.cHj
in the gym at the old armory.At the Christmas holidays and season with family and clubhouse Thursday night recently.Mrs. .
I r 5,58O 4:15 the Jazz will meet the team now holds a 2.3 was passing through Starke on friends. with turkey and all the .Ruby Rickerson had as
\ Bullets. record. that date. We are sorry to hear Miss trimmings pies cakes etc. Christmas Eve dinner guests
Mrs. Brenda Cowart Miss
Jacqueline Rime's mother has There was a big turnout for
Bonita Miss
Amy Cheryl
the occasion.
been ill in the Bradford
Mrs. II.W. Pringle Sr. Mrs. Yarbrough and Mr. Jack
County Hospital. We wish hera ,
\ speedy recovery. Harry W. Pringle Jr. and Harris.Mrs. Estelle Minton enjoyeda
HAVE Robert
Mrs. Nonie Thornton is Mrs. Springer were wonderful
i I WE WILL BE OPEN visiting her sister, Mrs. shoppers in Lakeland and dinner with her Christmas sister. Mrs.Day
dined out
Winter Haven. They
MONDAYJAN. Pierce Crews. She will remain and
Bonnie Howard family in
with Mrs. Crews during the at Morrisons.Mr. .
\ 1J 2,1978 holidays. and Mrs. II.W. Pringle, La\vtey.
Sr. and Mrs. William Pringle Mr.and Mrs. Albert Staffordhad
I FOR YOURSHOPPING visited Mr.and Mrs. Harry W a marvelous Christmas
Pringle Jr. and family in t Eve with their children Mr.
Auburndale Tuesday and and Mrs. Kenneth Stafford of
CONVENIENCESUPERMARKETS Wednesday of last week. They Lakeland: Mr. Bob Stafford
the much and family of Jax. and Mr.
enjoyed trip very
1 YEAR The Lake Butler Wishbonehad and Sirs Woody Killer and
r OS a wonderful Christmas little Woody.
Mrs. Bessie Sapp is in Now
party on Wednesday eveningfor
all the Smyrna visiting with her
employees. They
NEW YEAR'S TREAT children for the holidays.
HOMESTYLE OR exchanged gifts and had a
eAVEIOdALe us. NO. 1 2212 1471 Mrs. Alice C'uson had her

BONELESSHOC ALL PURPOSE 20SANDWICH nice know spaghetti,Santa Claus supper.was As on you the family all home for Christmas
Mrs. Joe and
Day- Bryan
scene at the Wishbone all day
49LB of family of Jax., Mr. and Mrs.!
JOWLS Wednesday. Guess lots you
Hubert Johnson of Jax their
POTATOESSMOKED. BREAD :cropped by to have your
and Sue'schildren
picture taken with Santa.Hal'ry daughter
SAVE 10 d Ale W Springer and son, : Mr. and Mrs. Robert
20 LB BAG 16oz LOAF5l Auburndale I'dson and family.II's.! Joyce
Matt, from came
.. !'\ornwll and clnldi'en.and !Air
down tor n hunting trip
HOCKS 69PANTRY In 1978 Friday. William Pringle Ray Bl'yanCI'e the Kiiests.Ve .
.18'$139 Hems accompanied them on their \ wo sorry to hoar our
Is hunting trip. After returning pastor. Kev I lIugh I II. Walters,
Warmest holiday is going to have eye !surgeryWednesday
29 from hunting they enjoyed
to al. in (;i.unesville.Kverjom1 .
greeting delicious\ dinner prepared by

.. our.friend*, H.W. Pringle Sr.TheMorgan i: pleuse remember
iu 112.1 ru nlcu woe txu,,, ac. N r u Road Baptist our p.IK'or' in your pravrrsMr ;
Bargains. in Meat Nuo.w..Hn awns.,.In wx.rto. L -----I.., ..? Church had their Christmas and Mrs. M.illie, Griffis
111 SAVE NM1 -' 11C10 by the had 1 1 as Christmas (it1lSts.Ir.! .
play presented young
DAIRY DEPARTMENT PANIRI 20' COOKED DeWitt C. Jones Thursday and Mrs: Joe Fair and son
COMPARE! -z: :::' : Pf NiRI 40 HAM people.had a special occasionfor eveningThey Irom Tallahassee, Mr. and
M NINNr, M :Mrs Keith{;riffis and family.
ft the deaf and dumb of their
Cream, Cheese 49 ':;a $199 Funeral Home church by one giving the sign 111and Mrs Haibis Ellington:
H41II Mi 4M 0* and
Mr. Mrs.
language, dressed in a dark and Kicky. :
Sour Cream 2/1/
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.. white Larry I Davis and family. They
oho, wearing gloves
N.a WOnion lm
Starke Fla. all had wonderful day' together. -
Dip 391 itr U1'IIILt a black light shining on
___elw..x4lii i 1 the individual. This gave a J<( .
DEAN'S beautiful effect for the Indi- :Mr 301111rs.Iallie! Griffis.
P6NfRI 20 PANIRY "11 T 31 ,ICIT.D Keystone Heights vidual giving the sign also had as guests Mr. and
Mrs t'hailes Move from
DIPS language.( It is so nice for the
Macclenny on Christmas.

1: 3/1 ., Mrs. Pierce Crews had at
I1if c J guests<( Christmas 1 Day her son

j __ COMPARE! F ''. and tlaughter-in-Um, Mr and
DAIRY DEPARTMENT MM Ml BUIIMTtShrimp. Mrs. Spencer 'rews.. t their
COMPARE! *::.':.::' : : 4 EM Rolls flsl 30' Ci 1i daughter !Laura. Mrs Pierce
"it m nut I urn N.wNxt /M11 Clew's srcatBrandfl.niRhtPr.Miss .
w Fresh ill rr.n Egg Nog 89 20' Fried Fish Sticks 514 so' UNO'FROST Stacey

tinmtm MMI, / '7w.Nx"mMgSNa/ CHIPPED Mr.and :Mrs Jack Harris.
Oleo Spread 5119 1I' Variety Pack .. 5149 1 20' hadIsitin them on
MMNt .rMIII1IMttMMenco ...n.tm"r: ; : a"t .'::= "' '' MEATS Christmas. Jove: Mrs Pierce
Cookies' 79 20' Hormel, Chub Snacks 5149 10'' '','00'.39 c Ciews of 1..1\\tey. Mrs Onie

Thornton. :Mr. and Mrs. Joe
I- "-L-Price-v .+ it ..' ii, .FRESH VALLEY USDA FLORIDA OR PANTRY PRIDE lu r DI..u"ey :Mathis Mrs. Brenda Cowart.
lionita. 'ory
BREAKFAST ROUND CHEESE G'RILL :Mrs. Carmen Thornton had.
FRESH FRYERS ----I Im her children and grandchildren -
BACON STEAK wnole2PeB.g SLICES F NKS MEAT: OA:: itEF AT f2.p home for Christmas,

t2oz' ".ANK.O. except for her son in the Navy
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; $119 :Miu. Pierce Crews and her

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I Pa'.HistRRepe Dec 29.1977 As Farmers Fight Back" ; for Survival '.

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Fifty-seven years ago farmers were organizing to fight for "parity" amid much the ,
same economic conditions as those prevailing today (see editorial below). oar ++* ax

A local of the Farmers Educational and Cooperative Union of America was organized in
Bradford County In the spring of 1920. but methods used In seeking higher farm prices In
those days lacked the color and attention-getting factor of those pictured here which are }r rypdr 4 xC {
typical of tactics being used by the American Agriculture Movement of 1977. sfirlr

Another general meeting of area farmers will be held tonight (Thursday) at the Starke ,
Farmers Market at 7:30: p.m.


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Pictured at December 21 meeting at market platform are (from left) : Richard Wainwrlght National TV football announcer Pat Summerall home fort:
Sherod Keen of Columbia County. Kep.' Frank Williams Paul Barcia. Columbia brief holiday visit In Lake City was presented a "Support Farm;;3
County; Bradford Farm Bureau president GT. Muggins, and David Wainwright. Williams Strike" cap at Elllsvllle and said. "All it takes .Is'sticking!?
pledged his support farm movement and Keen and Barcia warned farmers the fight was together to make it work."
"up to the individual man."

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Ronnie and Ryan Ada ms.sons of farmer Don Adams of Ellisvllle. show their enthusiasm
for the farm movement by waving signs supporting the National Farm Strike.

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Lessons from The Past V : .: V i .


History repeats- and a review of Hastings Plant City and other localities Farm families attending the December 22 mass meeting at KIILsville.' near Gerald Dukes,.of Lake Butler enjoys: the aroma rising from a rack of i>rn,
the 1920 file of The Bradford County where the farmer has already Providence were treated to lush barbecued beef and pork smoked for 12 hours pork loins. Twenty-four whole hogs!: and 2ra bt'e\t's were barbecued for the U I
Telegraph reveals that U.S. farmers organized." on over the oak smoking and hickory racks.coals.John Howard, of Lake Butler. turns huge slabs of meat "parlty-plate Ellisville dinner." Proceeds will be used] to wage the farmers' fight :

were caught in much the same economic charily.. ';; z

squeeze 57 years ago as now prevails This view was echoed in an editorial ."
among their great,grandchildren, almost printed in the Florida Times-Union on :

three generations later. Apparently August 13, 1920, stating: '

farmers haven't made much progress, in County Agent's By '
more than half a century, in dealing with "As long as our farmers and growersare BObbY\' :i
the problems of parity.In unorganized and remain at the Notebook
mercy of the jobbers and commission Taylor r !

its issue of May 21, 1920, The houses just so long will they receive the
Telegraph heralded the news that "The short end of) the bargain and come out at i,.
Local Farmers Educational and Cooperative the little end of the horn season after Phone: !'Mil-BJHO! :! ..1 s- sviii 2
/E llension211I!(>!
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Union of America No. 509, season. The farmers and fruit growers 1.JIII :.w'- _.'" w ,
will in the near future submit to the must get themselves onto the same basisas As 1977 draws to a"c Jb!e. I program the cattlemen can
wonder how significant trvUll afford Supplemental feedingis
farmers of this community an opportunity the manufacturers and set the priceson
be in the future for our. far a must on some farms and
never before afforded them; their products and then they will be mers. In opinion! it has been a :"ranches This feeding should' FORESTRYIN
namely that of applying for membershipin able to stabilize their business and makeit year that has been a ''real include protein, energy and
this time-honored( and worthy profitable." challenge for people', in roughage Protein can be BRADFORD COUNTYby
agriculture. Experiences\ by supplied in liquid mixes,
organization. our farmers in 1977 will make range mixes and blocks. lIank Cochran-
Farmers Unions were organized in it difficult to make the right I Knergy: feeds I, are grain, Winter Marks 4l L r '
This announcement was couched in Gainesville and Starke as well as other decisions for success in l')7H\ molasses! or citrus pulp. of Fire Season Beginning .
language that sounds strangely familiar towns in the area. The August 20. 1920 Houghagc can be native
and. if it weren't for the 1920 dateline issue of The Telegraph reported a Even though gross( farm forages or old grass pastures. Winter has arrived and so
income has risen (land we seea has Florida's dangerous
the reader might think the following resolution adopted by Gainesville t
lot of publicity about this) iINNI i hay can supply' all wildfire season.
paragraph was written yesterday: Farmers Union No. 118 protesting a pay net income in most operations three lequirements. However, Areas occupied by an
increase for railroad employees which has deilmed! \ ht money or there is a lot of hay being sold abundance of green. healthy

"There is no doubt but that this is the touched off a corresponding increase in high interest larrn idles plus and used' (that is of poor quality pine trees and active deer,
age of cooperation and organization. We freight rates. Following is an excerpt: Hgher probably slow expenses expansion and will urn) will supply only the may before long be an unsightly 4;
have played too long into the hands of production of some farm roughage needs of cattle. It is charred dead few piece of *
producing or no
unscrupulous speculators and have "The world is clamoring for lower commodities. very difficult to eyeball hay to benefits.property
sacrificed the fruits of our toil for a mere prices. Every man has a right to demandan determine its felding'illu'e.. I c
Predictions of favorable Division of Forestry
pittance. It is a provable fact that a increase in salary equal to that markets and exports caused suggest that hay he purchasedfrom weather Area stations have

certain strawberry buyer bought granted these railroad men. The expansion of wn and soy bean ti l reputable grower who measured 1-10 of an inch more :;;
berries for 50 to 60 cents a quart in Plant businessman and manufacturer have a acreage throughout( the has limed and fertilized precipitation than the yearly (rowds thronged the Hobo Tractor ('0. headquarters of the-
to of counly Tins has resulted: in properly\ and has harvested average. Over the short run farm movement' at Klllsville |at. 1'hlll'5dato 1, ,
City and the next day this buyer boughta right place an equal percentage eat barbecue, ;
(the at the time
lower prices bur com nnd hay but it doesn't take applaud speakers, and listen
this is good to country music. :..
his goods. The farmer should
far superior grade of berries in profit on '
soybeans I Ihan most( uinwcrs( many hours of clear days with "
Starkeover a hundred miles nearer demand an increase on the price of his expected! Prices (lor almostall Winter forages like rve.rvegrass 10-20 m ph. winds and low ,'
the market, for 25 to 35 cents a quart.: wheat and other grains. We ask the other farm commoditieswere and clover! can also humidity to nullify the -
Why this difference The Plant Citygrowers farmers of the U.S. to join with us and lower than, normal, or supply most nutrients for benefits of recently fallen Bradford Farm Bureau
cattle if :
mature especially' :
lower than for the
are organized and we are not. demand our rights. We have the votes farmer to make necessary a profit. I they have access to sufficientroughage rains
and the power, and if we will get to- ( However growing The presence of water :1"
"This buyer is an honest man. He is gether we will get justice. We want One effect of increased corn calves will need additional standing in roadside ditchesdoesn't Endorses A.A.M. Goals :,
and soybean production has grain if tlii''%' are to glow and mean water exists in ,
making a living or rather a fortune- nothing more. Division of :
l been more tattle are going to gain properly the ponds. I
legitimately. lie is doing business in a the feedlots. This has helped a Forestry Forest Hangers A resolution endorsing the goals of the American Agriculture .. .
businesslike way. Why should he pay A local branch of the Farmers Education little with prices for some! of Insects like lice and flies have observed many Movement was unanimously adopted by the <<
more when the farmers are not and Cooperative Union of Americawas our calves However prices can he controlled with a spray woodland ponds completely Board of Directors of the Bradford County Farm Bureau ;
organized and are not in a position to organized in Starke and the noticeof still have a long way to go program and-or backrubbrrs dry. which spells\ potential In a special meeting Wednesday Dec. 21. :
In-fore local cattlemen can or dust t Uigs. Worms can lx trouble.
demand their price the initial meeting was signed by A.J. even think about a profit in controlled by de-worming" The majority of wildfires G.T. Muggins, president of the chapter and chairman :4t 1
Thomas who was born on a farm in the their business. once or twice a n'arI ith one occurring within this state can of the board announced the endorsement! at a meeting of -ry
Sound familiar Well read on: western part of Clay County, now included Speaking of cattle. I havealready of the more recent worm be attributed to human Bradford County farmers held at the market' platform the ;;1

1 in the Camp Blanding reserva- had a\ lew culls about medicines. carelessness. Yes. people like same night. 1t..-:":

"Brother farmers, just as long as we tion. Thomas( taught school in Bradford sick and weak cows that go I'll he happy to discuss you and me who possess Text of the resolution Is as. follows: :!' h
beg for mercy... just as long as we cry County and later entered local politics to down and can't got up There cattle nutrition or health your positive burning intentions, 'it.::::: ;
don't adequately
instead of fight... just that long we shall serve many years as Clerk of the Circuit are several things!( that can program w ith you at any time themselves or land prepare to nc- "During recent years our farmers have experienced +-4
this condition
be downtrodden and disrespected by our Court. After retirement he entered the cause such as ( lll'ck'our' cattle today to comodate agricultural Increasing costs in production harvesting and marketing i ,:t
nutrition, of
low their
or \ products. Including livestock. Farm
imfro\K'r avoid losses l ; this winter. commodity I",11:
associates. real estate where he silvicultrual or landclearing
business profession, remained worms internal sales have not changed proportionately to give the farmer r
active until his death. parasites. lice (colds burning activities. a fair net return for his product. : ;1.
"This fall and winter sold pneumonia, and other .
very we If have
diseases that weaken an INK ir you any reservations "These conditions are fast leading to loss of accumulated .
sweet to local for Several meetings were held by the ; about
potatoes buyers one burning contact your
animal. It Is usually a combination farm equity, logs of farm land to satisfy .f--
and one-half cents per pound and not 50 local Farmers Union, but apparentlythere of two or more of ..E- local forest fire control unit. existing mortgages and In general, affecting the way of
miles away these same potatoes sold for was little activity such as the these conditions that actually Remember before doing life and standard of 1I\lng.4Jf our farmers. ,
six to seven cents. Who made the profit? current "strikes" and "tractorcades"that make the cow go down. This is any burning in or near a '
why one shot of an antibiotic wooded area obtain a burning "These conditions are fat leading to collapse of our ;e;$
Who should have made it? farmers are now using to dramatize The first policewoman was
electrolyte, or an additional authorization from the .American Agriculture. Such disastrous results can soon _A'S::
their position as low man on the economic bucket of feed will not correct Alice Stebbins Walls I memo Florida Division of Forestry. show'an effect on the total consumers of our nation.,Theobvious :
"Without numbers loyal and progressive totem( pole. the problem and make the bar Force of In the 1910.Los Angeles Her chief Police duties Persons residing in the result will be serious shortages of food for ex }#;:;
we cannot expect to accom- animal walk again. included enforcement of Keystone Heights area are change! .the}II.a ket( places of our nation. it .
plish anything worthwhile so we are inaugurating About the time the local union was The best laws concerning dance halls, reminded they don't have to
remedy ,,1s "Therefore, be'It resolved by the Board of Directors of : ;
call long-distance to receivean .
a drive for membership beginning organized the high retail prices preventive health program skating rinks and penny authorization. Call the our Bradford County Farm Bureau that we do hereby ;....
on the afternoon of May 31st at 2 brought on by an inflationary spiral following and the best nutritional arcades. StP'ke number, endorse! the goals of merlcangrlculture movement. f\ ,

p.m. at the courthouse in Starke and World War I, started to break This movement to achieve fair prices for the product of ':.1:' :
lasting for one week. Among the and farmers as well as the public in .our farmer.will effectively,serve to help maintain our. : :
date general, began to receive relief in 2QiD1 COG farmers now, and.will encourage more young men and i :
speakers for the above is Mr. L.M. some women to consider family farming as a life vocation." ;; :
Rhodes of the State Marketing Bureau the market place. 0 -
and an active member of the Farmers The local union, as others elsewhere lurlvt putwla iliiji p. lluggin said A copy of the resolution would be forwarded

Union. soon became inactive- but if they had for to Florida Farm action Bureau headquarters c In Gainesville

remained active, and a viable force in O 0 appropriate' ?

"This is the time to show our loyalty. fighting the farmers battleswho ewe BOB 'G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER

Don't wait for the other man to work up knows.. Perhaps the 1977 strikes and i\jri-- Publisher ,

an effective organization hoping to demonstrations would have been un Published each Thursday and entered as second Gas Matter at the Poet Office at Stark;,Ha. undar'" "
come in in time to reap the benefitsbut necessary. Actol March 3. 18/9, v : $ M J: : ''t
come in and help organize now. It Subscription rate in trade area: 01 per year: $4 six month ''
Outside trade area $8 pet year: $4 50 six month a
means thousands of dollars for this community That is a lesson that farmers as wellas Phone 964 6305 Starke.Fla. The first child'' to be born 'In the New England Colonies was
the same as it has meant to the rest of us, can learn from the past. Peregrine White;/a baby girl born aboard the l '
In Massachusetts Bay "

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Mr and mas day Mrs. Ivey's LAWTEY sister, Mrs. Martha The Wilson, talked "to their 'Mrs. Liselotfe' $SiMrrs; aid:

CHURCH ACTIVITIES Robert day were Smith and daughter, Mrs. Wyolene Day Strickland and daughters daughter; Mrs. Del DoughertyIn Krist and PjHtJ 'Stickner-
Mr. and Mrs. and son Keith ate with them. by Elizabeth Terry. Miss Patricia and Marie, andson England ,oni I Christmas Jacksonville on Christmas
CHURCH OF and Virgil Keith is spending the rest of Phone 782-3330 John of Hazelhurst. Ga. morning all of them were day. t
and Mrs.
School 10 family, the week here. Miss Tracy Kelly andRedJy!
Sunday Mrs. Charles Norman and ..
Worship Services 11 a.m. Griffis and children of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dyal Mr. and Mrs. Vaughan Pearson.Mr. baby spent this week with her fine.Mr.. and Mrs. Al Purser of Co. spent Christmas Eve with;
I, 6 p.m., Prayer and daughter of Jacksonvillewere Prescott and family of and Mrs. Lester Page parents. Mr. and Mrs. J.W Jacksonville their son Eric. Mr. and Mrs. Edward.! Cox,!pJ
Wednesday 7 p.m., and Mrs. Benton Futch Christmas dinner guestsof Kingsley Lake, Mr. and Mrs. and children of Jacksonville, Winters, of Paris, Tenn and Mrs. Wilma Wainwright St. Augustine.Mr. .
Friday at 7 p.m.EVERGREEN. visited their aunt, their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Prescott' Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Steve Cox and Mrs Flossie Rosier and spent Christmas day with and Mrs. Robert Lee
Elizabeth Terry, on Leo Dyal and Leonette. Their Mrs. Floyd Norman and family Mr. and Mrs Charles daughter, Mrs. Henry A. their parents, Mr. and Mrs. visited their: brother ar Sunday School 10 night. mother, Mrs. Neta Dyal, and Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. Norman and baby, Mr. and Carter, spent Friday afternoon Jesse.Starling. All the sisters sister-in-law Mr and Mrs.: )
Worship Services 11 a.m. and Mrs. O.J. Boyette sister' Mrs. Ethel Ellerbee, Hurbert Crews of Whitehouse Mrs. Joe Harley and childrenwere with Mr and Mrs. and brothers and their Byruss Lee of Jacksonville on
7 Training family were Christmas and Miss Cleon Dowling of and Mrs. Zettie Padgett were Christmas( dinner guests; G.E. Crews of Lake Butler. families gathered at the homeof Christmas day '
p.m. Wednesday guests of their brother- dinner of of their mother, Mrs. Myra'Hafuse. Mr. and Mrs. Randy ,Hayes
Prayer Meeting Starke were their Monday Christmas guests Mr. and Mrs. Don Henley their parents for Christmas
and sister Mr. and evening dinner guests. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Nor- and son of Springfield Mo. are dinner and a family. get together Mr and Mrs Wayne Teston
p.m.On Thursday night Raymond Williams and Christmas day they received a man and Mr. and Mrs. Carl spending a week with their and family David Gaines .pf
church gave their of Jacksonville. call from their son and Norman and sons. Mr and Mrs. Tom Tatum. mother, Mrs. Rossie Reddish.Mr. Capt. and Mrs Russell Starke were Christmas dinner'
Program and everyone Mobley of Fort daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Carl Prevatt and Mr. Jr. and family, Mr. and Mr*. and Mrs. Joe Starlingand Lines and Jacqueline of guests of their mother Mrs/!.
joyed it very much. It was Ky., spent Christmas Greg Dyal and sons of the and Mrs. Truman Norman Don Lee, Mr. and Mrs David were Christmas Sumter S.C. spent Christmas Earl Teston. Kathy, JerryaMichael .
blessing to all. his wife Mrs. Kendall Phillipine Islands. went to Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Stanley Fedak of Starke were dinner guests of their mother, weekend with their parents., and Nancy. /i
and their parents, Hermie in Gainesville on Christmas dinner guests of I\lr.and Mrs John Tye.-jK) :
FAITH BAPTIST: Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Prevatts Mrs. Carolyn Holmes and Col and Mrs. Wm. Wilson.
Program on WPXE 8 and Mrs. Frank Camp. and Wendell were Thursday Sunday. They left Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Pearson. children. Other guests for the weekend and family ,were Christmps' ,
Sunday, Bible School 10 and Mrs. Tommy dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Prevatt with her son and Mrs. Henry A. Carter of Guests of Mrs. Fay were their daughter, Mrs. Eve dinner guests ,of their,
Worship Services 11 a.m. and Tom of Jackson- Jack Estes of Brunswick Ga. daughter-in-law, and went to Columbia S.C. spent 10 days Strickland and children for Windie Smith and daughter parents, Mr... and Mrs Jason,
6:30: p.m., Prayer were Friday overnight Mr. and Mrs. Dave Kelly, see their son and daughterinlaw with her mother, Mrs. Flossie Christmas dinner were her Elizabeth. Milliard: of Jacksonville. ;"j)
Wednesday at 6:30: p.m. of their mother, Mrs. Donnie Kelly, Mr. Robert Mr. and Mrs. Reggie Rosier. mother, Mrs Elinor Ursry Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Elva Reddish and Miss,
FIRST BAPTIST: Crews. She went home Kelly, of Jacksonville Mrs. Norman of Gulf Hammock. Mr and Mrs. Lester Page and sister Mrs. Linda Snyder, Wendall Sanders and family Arthurine Blanchard visited)
School 9:45: a.m., them Saturday and all of Susie Williams of Chiefland They returned home and children of Jacksonville, and daughter Jeanie of during the week were Mrs. her sister. Miss Enza Blanchard .-
Services 11 a.m. and : ate Christmas dinner Reddy Cox of Starke, Mr. and Christmas afternoon. were Christmas Eve over- Houston Texas and her relatives Pat Lomax and children of of Baker County;
Training Union : their parents and the Mrs. Earl Troxell, Pat and Michele Lee of Jacksonville night guests of Mr. and Mrs. from Jacksonville. Callahan on the 21st Mrs. Nursing" home at Macclennjigin !
pm. tons brought her home Allison and Mr. and Sunday Dec. 18 throughDec. Joe Harley and children. Saturday afternoon. j
p.m., Prayer Meeting Hayes spent Bernard Brown of Winter Mildred Harris on the 20th I
nesday at 7:30: pm. afternoon. and Mrs. Mrs. J.D. Kelly were 24 with her grandparents Monday guests of Mr. and Haven stopped by to call on J-41<1 J L 1ltCM1..IliD10C.M; : \ tieaDlaaee..aoaha.ssnao9t L r u
Pierce Crews dinner of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Mrs. Gene Pearson were their
GRACE UNITED Christmas guests his cousins, Mrs. Earl Teston
METHODIST: Sunday Thornton were Christ- Mr. and Mrs. George Kelly. iLII u and children. Dec. 14.

9:45 am.: a.m.and, Worship 7:30: p.m.Services, dinner W.F.and Atwood daughter guests and of Mr.her family.son-and Miss Heights Betty Tresca and visited sister of Keystone Mr.her n aao(! o( (BU'iU ((3GJm I II! Mrs.Mrs.Earl Ola Teston Mae Rowe on Monday visited ab

and brother-in-law .
Practice at 7 p.m. morning.Mr. 9
Mrs. Crew's
dist Youth Fellowship afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee, on Our Christmas party was Committee is scheduled for and Mrs Fred Roberts
nesday at 7:30: p.m. and daughter-in-law Crews of Christmas::: Eve. hailed as the best ever and all January 5 to line up support were dinner guests of Mr. and
United Methodist !Mrs. W.S. Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Thomas members went home con- for specific legislation for the Mrs. John Tye, Sr. and Mr.
had their Annual Dixon, granddaughter and and Jay of Live Oak, Mr. and tented and happy with the elderly in the oncoming and Mrs John Tye, Jr. and
Party at the home of daughter Mrs. T.L. Casey, Kathy and payoff in the efforts of our session of the legislature next family. Other guests for tr'r

George Roberts, Sr., and them.!Mrs. Jim Cham- Lee, and Johnny Hobbs of organizations to improve our year.The. Christmas dinner were Mr. nd SALE r
Mrs. Frances Hamilton and and Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Seeb lot in life. This included the executive board of the Mrs. Paul Ray and their .\1
Mandarin assisting. daughters Andrews, Debbie and Randyof enactment of the Social Bradford County Senior daughters, Mr. and Mrs. .,
were 20 ladies present. Eve, dinner were Wildwood Mrs. Gayle Security Bill which carries Citizens Club .will convene Michael Roberts and \ STARTS NOW
home was beautifully guests Todor, Scott and Brad of within it provision that January 3 to audit books daughter Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs.
corated with many parents of Jackson- Orange Park, Mr. and Mrs. retirement years have been prepare work, entertainmentand Tommy Talley and son. ? TAKE ADVANTAGE BEFORE CHRISTMASft ,/,
arrangements and a and Dominey exchanged gifts. Chuck Moore, Bob and Ryanof extended to age 70; that in- installation of new of- Mr. and Mrs. James
lighted Christmas tree. they were Christmas Lake City, Mr. and Mrs. come earnings have been ficers for 1978. Waters, Mr. and Mrs. J.S. Guitars
Frank Coss gave of their other Danny Thompson, Kevin and increased from $3,000 to$4,000per Of great interest to all Waters and family, Mr. and 'a
and Mrs. guests Bryan of Jacksonville and without deductions senior citizens in Bradford ,;
devotional Mr. and !Mrs. Willis year Mrs. Danny Waters and DRIFTER
Frank Coss Mickey Moore were Christ- and County will be the film and sv\ x32795
Olin Mrs. of Jacksonville. beginning January 1, 1978, children. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur
Mrs. Esther Porecca took to- mas dinner guests of their further increases can be slide travelogue to be shown Waters and family Jimmy LES PAUL
had a family get
in the program after of both families. parents Mr. and Mrs. Fred earned in wages up to $6,000 and narrated by Mr. Jimmy Higginbolham and children,
delicious luncheon was Harold Eunice, Mr. Moore. On Sunday afternoon by 1982. Many other good Peek of his recent trips and Miss Betty Jane Morganwere COPIESPICADORS
Mrs. Roger Eunice Mr. Andy Andrews and Miss features were included in this throughout Europe. The timeis Christmas dinner guestsof i.
ved.The Lawtey Eunice and Penny Ervin of Altamonte bill which we will be 6:30: p.m. on January 9 at Mr. and Mrs Michael
Youth went carrolling of Chattanooga Emory Julius Springs visited the grand- discussing at subsequent the Bradford County Public Waters and family of Mid- fw by C F. Martin

Thursday night. Dec. and Mrs. Gene Eunice parents. meetings.A Library. dleburg on Thursday evening. f\ SOME
:Many teenagers snuggled children Mr. and Mrs. Christmas Eve dinner Christmas card was sent Even though we had great Jack Wainwright and u H SIZES T7
in the back of a pickup Eunice, gathered at the guests of their parents, Mr. to President Carter com- successes during 1977 the final daughter of Tallahassee were
and carolled around the of their brother-in-law and Mrs. Les McClellan, were mending him for his Interestin weeks of this year were overshadowed Christmas Eve dinner guestsof
munity. Afterwards sister Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Mc the Elderly and urging him by the illness of his mother, Mrs. Truby Greatly Reduced
enjoyed their Christmas and daughter Clellan, Daren and Paul of to give full support to the Mrs. Nora Grider Earl Mills, Wainwright.
at the church at which for a family get Vidalia. Ga., Mr. and Mrs. National Health Security Act Lewis Smith and Vernon Olin, Mrs. Lavone Wilkison and FLAT WOUND LA BELLA
they exchanged gifts and meal on Thur- Robert McClellan and Jeff of as promulgated by Senator all of whom are mending children spent Christmas day $300:;:
broke a pinata filled Heilbronn Springs, and Mr. Kennedy and Congressman slowly. However we are with her in-laws, Mr. and Mrs. GUITAR STRINGS
candy.A Futch of and Mrs. Paul West of Lake Gorman. This bill should saddened by the death of Mr. B.L. Wilkison.
Rock-A Thon is Joyce, Ga. spent from Butler. Other guests for the surely hit the halls and Ed Roberts, a long time Mr. and Mrs. James Waters FLAT WOUND i
for Friday. Jan.6. The until Wed- afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. corridors of Congress early member of our club. R.I.P.At were Christmas dinner guestsof 95
Youth Maxie Reddish and sons this time we proudly BASE GUITAR STRINGS 12 ,
Methodist with her sister. Miss next year. That would be the their parents, Mr and Mrs
plan to rock a minimum Donald and Randall of the greatest Christmas presentthat repeat that we have reachedour Buford Iligginbotham, of
least 24 hours.HIGHLAND. and Terry.Mrs. Tom State Farm and Mrs. Clarice he could give to the 16th birthday and we think Maxville.Mrs. 20' GUITARCOIL
children of Jacksonville Barry Carter of Columbia, S.C. American people. that more of the elderly in our Truby Wainwright and GUITAR STRAPS .
Sunday School 10 Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mr. and Mrs. Doc Mosley We are pleased to relate community should stop son James visited Mrs. Frank CORD
Services 11 a.m. spent Christmas weekend thinking of joining our ranks,
Worship afternoon. that a nutrition program Wainwright in Orange Park.
6 p.m.. Prayer on O.J.Sunday Anders was a with their son-in-law and sponsored by the Clay County but should act and do so. Make Hospital on Monday. 300 $300
Wednesday night at 7:30: weekend of daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Council on Aging was that a New Year's resolution. Mr. and Mrs. Benny .
LAURA BAPTIST: Mrs. Hester guest Hicks. Vogler and family of New triggered into being by the By gelling to know us, )OU Wilkinson and daughters and 4
School 10 a.m., Smyrna Beach. support of the Keystone will make new friends Tony !Hodges of Jacksonville
Hansen and her
Services 11 a.m. and : Sidney Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Nord-- Heights City Council, funded I conquer loneliness, and put spent Monday with their
pm., Prayer Meeting Christmas, Mrs. Walter dinner Martin guests berg of Bremerton, by Title 7 of the Older some fun in your lives. In parents.J\I.r., \; and Mrs B.L.. ALL CHRISTMAS MUSIC I 20%..,OFF u.L
nesday night at 7:30: p.m. and Washington are spending two i Americans Act,'to the tune of'- addition you -will-be helping Wilkison.Sr. '+ 1 1C
.NORTHSIDE for'S Mr.son... and .Mrs.daughter-in-\ Ralph weeks with their parents MjU. *'*4&.000, iii matahing I fund",,.Aoursalt.by alpvig.uc.spreatkgood ; ; Mr. and !KTrsT": Daniel,' MIIETtTOEM ASSOITI. ..Sf.....'..rua&
: and Mrs. Ben F" McCulley. will and adding your vast
Sunday School 10 : The balance of the locally and Federal.*_ This life toward Wilkison and Dana of OF MITM ACCESSORIES lrlm4h. .1
We are sorry to report that is geared to serve one experience in Jacksonville the
7 Worship.Services Prayer 11 a.m. : family for joined the exchange them in Mrs. Nora Grider (aunt of Mr. project hot meal I per day to 3? oldsters making a better life for all of weekend with their spent parents. Strings, Picks, Capos, Tambourines,Whistles, :

Wednesday p.m. at 7:30: p.m. and Mrs.at all Ben at McCulley this time.) isn'twell Our using a volunteer 'force 'us.Next meeting will be Mr. and Mrs Donald Straps, Etc. Kazoos, Jaw Harps, Etc. I
for delivery. Wilkison.Gqorge.
ST. JOII and Mrs. Hardee !
'S \ : Wayne
prayers are with her at this A meeting of the North January 10 at 1 p.m. at the Huggins of Jessup
\RSunday: School 10 were Christmas
Florida Coalition
Central Ga. house of
Worship Services 11 a.m. guests of their parents, was a guest Ray
Mrs. Louise Messer and son NEW: YKAH; !
Senior Citizens Legislative Wilson last week.
3 p.m. on second and Mrs. Fred Carter and
Lee,and brother and sister-in-
Mrs Darlene Norman and SHOP
Sundays, Band of Hill. MUSIC
Prayer Clay
law, Mr. and Mrs. Henry ,
Monday at noon.SMYRNA and Mrs. Wayne of Solar Drying Of Grain Under StucK sonsand Mr and Mrs. Marcus
Harris and family Hampton .
: :\ :' and children: Mr. and Griffis and girls were 228 N. TEMPLE AVE.
and her brother and LAVA tIM tm tftrmurn \
Christmas dinner of
BAPTIST: Sunday School Joe Harley and family, sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. The University of Florida is The project at the guests 964-7391
their and Mrs.
a m.. Worship Services and Mrs. A.Q. Smith and Floyd Cardin and family of one of 12 land-grant univer- University of Florida will parents, Mr. I1d11/.CilIG011a..C9IQi7TIe.10D1, I a m. and 7 pm.. BTS : of Auburndale, Mr. Mandarin were Christmas sities doing research to evaluate a low-cost: plastic Harry Wilkerson.
pm., Prayer Meeting Richard Chesser and dinner guests of Mrs. determine technical and solar collector, continue
nesday at 7 p.m. of Sanford were Messer's son-in-law and economic feasibility of using drying test with corn and
PERSONALSDanny dinner guests of daughter. Rev. and Mrs. solar energy as an alternativeto soybeans and make economic
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Melton and family. fossil fuel for drying grain. and management evaluationsfor
Save To
Waters surprised their Harley.sister Other, Mrs. Mattie guests Other guests for dinner were the humid southeast. Up

wife Beth with a 10th of Starke and Elder the Melton's son-in-law and This study is one of 12 in the
anniversary party daughter, Mr. and Mrs. fourth year of research. The Other projects are being
evening at the home of Randy Stafford of Jack studies funded conducted at the University of
night Mr. and Mrs. one-year are
and Judy Miscally. sonville.Mr. under $500,000 Illinois. Purdue University,
Jr. of Jack a interagency
Christmas decorations and Mrs. Floyd Jenkinsof with the Iowa State, Kansas State,
of agreement Depart-
were guests
used at vantage sister supper Mrs. Lucille T. Jacksonville were ment of Energy and are University of Kentucky, 70 %
throughout the party and son-in-law and Christmas dinner guests of coordinated by USDA's University of Nebraska. Ohio
The 21 guests presented Mr. and Mrs. D.R. their brother-in-law and Agricultural Research Ser- Agricultural Reasearch and
and Danny with a silver and Cynthia. Christ sister, Mr. and Mrs. O. Nicula, vice. Development Center.
service, much to Perry and Vickie.
delight. Danny gave Beth
lovely dinner ring and had I
cake decorated for the
casion in addition to ,
\ viding dinner for all. $Ett
This was quite a happynew

\event sonville's expecting for Beth a Red drive who to was : With This ra

Restaurant for seafood.

Miss Elizabeth Terry : : t. 1.r.
Monday to Wednesday
her nephew and niece t Ducky's Department Store \
and Mrs. Terry Futch
amily of Jacksonville
'hile' there all of them yearJ

Irs.uesday Joyce with Futch his of .. ; $10 Certificate \ ;

: -e9w ,
hear Ga. He .
brought t" ," ,
erry home Wednesday .'<<..'r'>- h' ,J Good With Purchase Of ':5000:) .
and hunted awhile I : /'j. : '
oon ,

om Howard Tatum Stephens, Jr. of "mil ,\>>". ... ,,'rl .'.'I.j; i' NEW YEAR t Or More ]1

:y., visited his brother
ister-in-law, Mr. and EET1N
anuel Stephens and

other Mrs. .
ephens, from Tuesday rirh
on., Dec. 26. Racks Throughout The
Miss Elizabeth Terry
wish and ..
lest of her sister, Mrs. to you yours.

rick m moon.land Friday Friday of until aawY ,.,, tea days and nights of hoppin.* Store Up To 50% fff

s. Wood Wester,
rry and Mrs.
re dinner guests of Mr.
Joe Bason and u,
urday evening they DUCKY'SDEPARTMENT j
ner guests of Mr. and
it Cowan and their
''Irs. Joyce Futch 1p '
ckshear Ga. was 1.. John Charles Fuquay

urday dinner guest of Fuquay, .
I Prevatt, and Mr. to all .
May It bring you
Truman Norman.isa ,
Arthurine the good things of life & Employees Of

a Christmas dinner & STORELawrence
Mrs. Lenore Foster In fullest measure.CONTINENTAL \

and Mrs. Lynn Boch

londay ufort, S.C.with spent their OF THE SOUTH FUQUAf CAIPIT.
Daisy Bach, and .964-8000 :
her,Other Mrs. Nellie guests N. Temple Starke Ave., Florida : STARKE' AMOiO V'

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said defendants are living, Northerly having a radius Of filed In this cause.AN,parties to NOTIce! OF INTENTION P.O Box 22 Lawtey Fla. against you for the 'relief!1! Telephdkifl'Lb'ckjy'' ll.so.'
rf any or all of said de- 7689.44 feet thence from a this suit and all other Interested TO REGISTER 32008, flnd Robert L, and demanded In the Petition \\eather-proof plaster signs

THE or defendants are de tangent bearing of South 89 parties may appear at the time '.FICTITIOUS NAME Beatrice Scott,' P.O. Box 224, .1'iof flip Caddy llno.'at: The

BRADFORD the unknown spouse, degrees 04'23" East run South- and place designated and be Pursuant to Section 86509,, Lawtey Fla. 32058 doing WITNESS my,hand and the Office Shop. liD W: Call St.
FLORIDA devisees, grantees easterly East and Northeasterlyalong heard Florida Statutes notice i II business under the firm name of Seal of Said Court ort the. 2nd 084-5764.&
File Number ) Honors or other said curve through an hereby given that the under. "SCOTT DEVELOPING day of December ,J977. J 1-) 1
claiming by through angle of 1 degree 38'20" a ,AND signed Michael J. Navalany Rt. COMPANY," P.O. Box 22.

IN' RE: or against any such de- distance of 219.94 feet; thence Each defendant li hereby required 1. Box 10, Brooker Florida, Lawtey Bradford County GILBERT s. BROWN;, AS. cierk,
JOSEPH! defendant or defen North 00 degrees 10'19" West to serve written defenses< 32622 and Z.W. Hamilton At. 1, Florida 32058 intends to of Said Court. .
Deceased !,, n alive and, if dead their 16.10 feet to the Southerly rightof i rf} any, to said Complaint on:. Brooker Fla. 32622 doing register, fictitious name under By: Marian McRae,, ,Deputy
:' spouse heirs, way line of State Road 18; DEPARTMENT OF ,TRANS- business under the firm name of the, provisions of aforesaid Clerk. R p ce

legatees grantees, thence South 88 degrees 24'41" PORTATIONPost "RAINBOWMARINE, INC.'' Rt, statute.. 12/8 4tchg 12/29
lienors or other- West 220 feet to the Point of Office Box 1089. Lake City 1. ,Box 10, Brooker, Bradford Jimmie L. and Olivia T. Scott, your :

:" claiming by through, Beginning. Florida 32055 c/o District Two County, Florida. 32622 intendsto Robert L. and Beatrice Scott' NOTICE OF

TO ALL or against any such Containing 2941 square feet Attorney (1904)) 752.3300. Ed L, register said .fictitious name owners. SHERIFF'S SALE muffler

CLAIMS defendant or more or less Bush' under the provisions of aforesaid Dated ,this 8th day of Notice is hereby given that I I.
and all parties statute. December, A.D., 1977 at
Dolph E
AND ALL or claiming to have any OWNED BY: The unknown STATE OF FLORIDA DEPARTMENT Michael J. Navalany Z.W. Starke Florida Bradford County Reddish Florida as sheriff of &sa-.e .

title or interest In and to heirs, dwisees, legatees, OF TRANSPORTATION, Hamilton owners. 12/8 4tpd 1229IN and under.
by virtue of Writ .
YOU ARE : property described In the spouses and creditors of Mario Office of Legal Operations Dated this 15th day of Execution to.wit.Execution : 'of ,

that the towit: Campanella deceased. Haydon Bums Building,t December AD 1977 at Starke, THE CIRCUIT issued out 'of .
estate of SUBJECT TO: Interest of Enes Tallahassee Florida 32304, c/o Florida. COURT FOR County Court of Bradford ?
deceased, 28060.2506 Campanella a widow and Joan A.E. Pooser IV, Trial Attorney 12/154tpd 115NOTICE BRADFORD COUNTY County Florida pursuant to a
ROAD 18 Watson and James E, Watson
CP11-2731)) ((904)) 4882611. FLORIDA Final Judgement fur Town A,
Circuit COUNTY her husband. on or before the 6th day of CIVIL ACTION Finance Co. d/b/a Charge .,
County; Mortgage recorded in OR Book February A.D.. 1978, and file OF INTENTIONTO CASE NO.77.496IN Finance Co. of Bonifay Florida
95 142 in favor of First REGISTER
page the original with the Clerk of the and Willie '
Division the against Mack
NUMBER 107-R Federal Savings rnd! Loan above styled Court on said date FICTITIOUS NAME taw. '
Bradford RE: The Marriage of JERRY Williams, defendant in the .
Starke OF WAY Association of Sure n/k/a to show cause what right title, Florida Pursuant to Section 965.09, DALE McCONNEL, Husband amount of $312.50 together with "-''t
Guaranty Federal Savings and interest or lien you or any of you Statutes notice is and JUNE McCONNELL. Wife. costs of collection. ''
of land in the SW/4 of have in and to the property described hereby given that the undersigned $1999 <
Harry( J. Loan Association of Gainesville. NOTICE OF SUIT Have seized and have in my t
1/4 of Section 29 T-7-S R- in said Complaint and to Regent R. Jasmin and
I$9 Mimosa more particularly described show if have, Ronald Jasmin 880 N. Temple possession following Completely Sav r'
You and each of you are cause any you TO: JERRY DALE McCONNELL described personal property to-
address: of : hereby severally notified that the why said property should not be Ave. Starke, Florida 32091, C/O Mr. and Mrs. wit: Installed mu er
doing business under
kentative' on the West line plaintiff filed its sworn Com- condemned for the uses and the firm Ural McConnell 215 Poplar 1973 Chevrolet, Pick-up, I I.D.
of "R
name R
'below. 29 T-7-S. R.21-E, at plaint, together with its purposes as set forth in the ENTERPRISES" Street, Hazelwood North No. CCY243A137196. GUARANTEEDlor
; filed herein. If fail 880: N. Temple Avenue, Starke, as long at you own your ca
U 1261.3 feet Southerly Declaration of Taking in the Complaint you Carolina, 28738. As the property of the above
All the NW Corner thereof; above styled Court against you to do so, a default will be entered Bradford County Florida, named defendant and that on SERVICE COAST TO COAST
'demands; South 77 degrees 33'10" and each of you as defendants against you for the relief 32091 fictitious'intends to register said YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Tuesday the 3rd day of January Mufflers & exhaust system

.required, 48.85 feet to the beginning seeking to condemn the above demanded in the Complaint. name under the an action for Dissolution of 1978 at twelve o'clock Noon on for as domestic and Import
(MONTHS curve concave Northerly described property located in WITNESS MY HAND AND provisions of aforesaid statute Marriage has been filed againstyou said day on the premises of the car end truck
a radius of 1909.86 feet, Bradford SEAL of said Court on the 9th Regent R. Jasmin and Ronald and are required
FIRST County, Florida by you to Bradford County
CTHE Jasmin Jailyard I will a Free InspectionFree eatlmalej
Southeasterly. East and Eminent Domain day of December A.D., 1977. serve a of
proceedings copy your offer for
VCTHIS Dated this 15th day of sale and sell to the a installed while you waxa
jerk of along said curve You are further notified that CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT December, AD. 1977 at Starke, defenses, if any to it on highest bidder for cash in hand Custom pipe bending
a total central angle of RICHARD E. WELTY, Attorney
written the plaintiff, will call for Florida. the above described property of e Custom dual exhaust
02' distance of for Petitioner whose
degrees a address is
:QI' demand hearing before the Honorable 12/15/ 4tpd 15NOTICE said defendant to satisfy the
feet to the end of said : Beulah M, Moody Deputy 954 N Temple Avenue, Post aforesaid Execution.
Claim\ must M Carlisle of the
; thence North 88 degrees Wayne one Clerk Office Box 995 Starke, Florida S/W MUFFLER
must East 368.74 feet; thence Judges of the above styled 12/15/ 4tchg 1/5 OF INTENTIONTO 32091 and file the original with
: Dolph E. Reddish Sheriff
claim the Court 20th
the of
00 degrees 10' 19" East on day REGISTER the Clerk of the above.styled SHOP
the creditor February, A.D, 1978, at 10 Bradford County Florida
feet to the Southerly right Letter Openers, $1.25.. Rogers FICTITIOUS NAME Court whose mailing address is
;attorney and line of State Road 18 and o'clock A.M., in Chambers at Stay put pens ".98. Chalk Pursuant to Section 865.09, Post Office Drawer "B", Starke 12/8 4tchg 12/29 301 North of Starke

':If.the claim Point of Beginning; con- the Bradford County Court- holder $:!.OO,. at The Office Florida Statutes, notice is Florida 32091 on or before 964-5677
"slate when thence South 00 degrees house. Starke Florida, its Shop 110 W. Call St., 9645764. hereby given that undersigned January 9, 1978 otherwise a
shall be application for an Order of Jimmie L. and Olivia T, Scott,
East 9 59 feet to a point Judgment may be entered
-COntingent Taking in accordance with its
i nature; of the arc of a curve concave Declaration of Taking heretofore

:.stated.: If ft', frcf_ On sale Thursday
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sufficient UiMHOIIU way? jrictl., OPEN NEW YEAR'S DAY

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'As Personal great New YearHoliday SNEAKERS
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Puppet Show ISo. :!. -.-: pCJpD40q] J J (! UJUtGJI1JtI'U0( ( ] -juice cookie biscuit-, milk. FRIDAY Fish portion

By Meng point deer on the same day recently buttered grits, 'carrot-pine-

Phone 468-1915 along with wild turkeys McClure and Kasey and Mr. Planning Day.TUESDAY. /i orange milk.WEDNESDAY. THURSDAY tossed salad doughnut Vegetable apple salad, fruit cup corn- I
Set FridayAt and other game. lie is havingthe and Mrs. Randy Scoggms. : Hot dog on : Beefaronl soup bread milk.
ACADEMY: milk.
CHRISTIAN larger deer mounted. Tim McLaughlin from Miami bun cole slaw, baked beans. green limas jello with orange applesauce,
..1 I I
Hampton Christian Robbin Wadsworth spent and Mr. and Mrs. Robby o
LibraryGirl Academy is scheduled to five days last week with her Shatter of Starke were also eL
resume regular classes on Aunt Lilla Barber in Jacksonville Christmas Day guests.. ''ll/li/ (

Scout Troop 669 and Monday Jan. 2. 1978 at 8:30: She is also spendingthis Mrs. Ruth Riddick and Mrs. It I

friends will put on two puppet a m week there assisting with Lucy Hodges accompaniedthe r

shows "Thomas the Terrible !.CHURCH special sales in the Katherine Starke First Baptist Choiron s1e

and "Snidely Snickers" Wadsworth Dress Shoppe in a carolling trip to m rl
tomorrow (Friday Dec. 30)), Members of Hampton the St. John's area. Park Mall on Dec. 22.Orange Cassie= 191
Christian Church hosted
the Bradford a Mrs. Evelyn Vaughan and
at 10 a.m. at Riddick is spending several
covered dish dinner on Dec. 22 her
daughter, Mrs. Evelyn
Public Library.
County days with Dale Rouse in
The puppet show is for in the City Hall Special guests Powell enjoyed Christmas Clermont" ))4

children of all ages. There is included Reverend James dinner at the home of her Craig Buhler who attends I
admission charge said Shaw the pastor who was granddaughter a new bride,
no Panama City Junior College is
accompanied by his parents and her and
Dan Smith, director of the husband Mr. visiting his family and friends
from Chicago, 111 Approximately -
Mrs. Donnie Falcon in Lake
library 65 people enjoved the during the holidays.
The library will be closed Butler Among Christmas Eve
Dec. 31, January 1 and 2 for dinner which included a gift !Mr and Mrs. Wilfrid visitors at the Francis Meng
exchange and special presents Fontaine are enjoying the
New Years. home were their children Mr.
There will be preschoolstory for the children attending weeklong visit of their son and and Mrs. David Meng and

hour Jan. 3 at 10 a.m. four children. Mr and Mrs. Tina of Starke Mr. and Mrs. appy
SANTAHampton's Edward Fontaine of
Oxford Russell Gilbert and Karen of
professional Conn who arrived on New
Micanopy Rita Meng of 1978
LCCC Offers' Santa was especially busy this Christmas night. Gainesville and Mr and Mrs.
)'ear' Besides visiting all the Mr and Mrs Wesley Griffinare Eugene Meng.HAMPTON !
CriminologyCourses children at Hampton Ele- happy to have their :JYear

mentary School Santa also daughter and son-in-law, Mr. May this New Year WelcomeWe
at the and Mrs. Mike Henderson of Thank for
delighted little ones ELEMENTARY health. ; you your
Bradford County Library in Ilanahan S.C., for their two .180.3.6,1978 bring you ,1Qa'' valued patronageand

Two off-campus courses in Starke on two occasIOns. weeks visit. Phyllis and Mike prosperity and lasting May yours days be hope the New Year .

criminology from the upper Santa paid a visit to the annual also hope to visit Disney Hampton Elementary friendships.Crown I bright and merry brings you the very friendship.City
division of Florida State children's party at St. World before returning home teachers and school
University will be offered at Edwards: parish hall besides have a day of planning on all year long. best of everything. Fish

Lake City Community Collegethis putting in an appearance at HAMPTON: LAKE Jan. 2. Christmas decorationswill
J. E.
the Senior Citizens Hardy Green's RestaurantFormerly
spring. Hampton disappear and be replaced &
Research Methods in party and the local post office. Mr and Mrs Paul Meng with plans and goals Central
Criminology (CRM 410)( ) will Santa had a very merry had all their family togetherfor for 1978. ( Branding Iron)

be offered Tuesday evenings Christmas in making the Christmas feasting and All students will be expected Auto Sales New Owners Meat Mkt

from 6 to 10 p.m. for four season happier for so many celebrating including Mr and back in school on Tuesday Lumber Roger & Betty Green
quarter hours beginning Jan. children and older people! Mrs Carlton Meng and Jan. 3, with resolutions to do Co. 1320 N.
Temple Brownlee
10. Raymond B. Surette will Thank you Santa! Angela from Jacksonville. their very best for the remainder 367 N. Temple Ave. 607 E.
instruct the class in Room One Mr and Mrs Bill Meng and Hwy 301 S.
Mr! and Mrs. Gerald Adkins of the school year!
of the Science Building (S-ID L had an enjoyable Christmas Dana from St. Petersburg Starke, Florida Starke Fla. Starke, Fla.
Social Psychology of Groups !Mr and Mrs. Theron Hunter. Starke, Florida ,
Day with all their family together SCHOOL MENU
(SOY 320)) will be offered for for a good dinner and Adam and Hence of Keystone 964-6081 964-7618 I 964.8077 .

three quarter hours under the wonderful time. Mr. and !Mrs Heights, Mr and Mrs. Kenny ..n.rna ". .,.....fth... OR4-7490 I

instruction of Dr. Gerald Joel Smith and family came

from McDonald 6 to Thursday 9 p.m. beginning evenings Mrs from Jacksonville.Calvin Richard Mr. were and THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH INC. Offers our Want Ad Readers and Advertisers Tri-County Coverage 9,000 paid distributionwith

Jan. 5 in S-l there from Ocala. Mr. and

Bachelor Both classes of Science are part degree of the Mrs E.I\1. Prevail Sr. and approximately 30,000 readers. FOR ONLY $2.00 .t hrough the pages of The Bradford County Telegraph, The Union County Times
!Mr and !Mrs E M Prevail
program in criminology. Jr with little Emory 111 came

the Registration first class will meetings.be held For at from Starke. Mr and Mrs and The Lake Region Monitor. FOR MORE INFORMATION \ The Telegraph Judy 964-6305
J.W Prevail of Gainesville.
more information call the !Mr and Mrs Guy Padgett and 431.. Raiford 496 *Lake Butler Times Chris 496-2261
Office of Continuing Richard Sapp of Starke all en- Below, ,Is a partial. ,list, of 533 Kingsley Lake . .
ext. 244. in this 473 Keystone Ht$.
Education 752-1822, exchanges
lovt-d the Adkins family telephone 782 ". Lawtey Af*-OO-I r4"s
.. Linda
withering On Dec 26 Mrs area. Melrose Starke Monitor . .
.. -
Ei l'plPIi.\ .98c Avery Reinforcements M.I\I j. I'I'fester of Fort Pierce Brooker

.5Uc Magnifying :,.,d lunch with Mr and Mrs I O

$1.90) $6.00.. at The Office Emory Pre\att Jr. had asuccessful

Shop 110 \V. Call St.. 9645764. hunting season MAISFS: INSURANCE Nicely ONION PLANTS... 'WATSO 'S HOUSE OF "
bagging( both six point and ten AGENCY 160 South eke furnished private entrance, drano. Phone Leon Starling VACUUMS many brand ol
Avenue Phone 4963978. utilities furnished. Inquire awtey.. 782.3310. Itchg new ".':.u.... Used.
... .. Phone for quote on automobile 603 E. Washington Ave. 121296'.ACRES.SR machines- available. Expert ;'
.'....' .. I home, bond, and 12/29 .. ...10... Parts and .. '
tt/chg .p.Ir..1I
: i commercial Insurance. 3/17 .!!. ____ _____
230. Flat land aeeosaorleo. for all vacuum. c'
of/ehg ON! LAKE GENEVA: 2 BR.Hi with pine tree. S30.000 .yae...... 404 NW 10th '., I ; .
bath CH/AC screened firm Phone 1-813-949-6389 Avenue. Gainesville. Phone ri

HOMES FOR SAlEIOBJIE porch unfurnished S130. per alter:.6pm.. 12/29 5tpd 1/26 376-7110. tl/chg ,1 .

New Year mo4732383UpdJ2293BR: ..
\: Time. "r AC/CH Mu.t: ..rlllee.. II" b.lh. CH/AC furnished female, beautiful. dog, guard aluminum prewired recep-. '. (:\ 205 N. TEMPLE
..' ..' : 12000 Call 782-3420, .115(1( per mo., includes dog, and five puppies. two tables,light switches, lights, k i9 STARKE, FLORIDA
.. herbage pickup and central malee, three females, nice and floor,
,.;' anytime. ..:! .. ..Itpd.!. .12/29_ water Ph. 4 73.2383 Itpd and pure, two weeks old youcan tongue delivered and groove set up. Today and always, All life through

... 4 ACRES WITH HOMti 12/29. see the father also. S10O Financing available. up to 48 May God bestow his love on you.
.'.' Pleotyofoutbui1din" ,.. quiet for all, Elizabeth
contact months to 60 ala...
KITCHENETTES 1 BR, The friendship of those we serve Is the foundation
:. 3. neighborhood priced to sell, : Mann, one mile north of Suzuki Starke,964-6020 or
.: \198T.y. 5 1/2 nilevout\ ol.town, Call apt., TV, A/C utilities Included lake Butler on SB,121.WHOLESALE 9644021e.S/1a'4fdeh. .S....._ r 0otourprogresq e
for 964-5810. 12/8 totally furnished
appt. 1/5
weekly, monthly rac...
\ 4tchg 12293.iEOR Argentina.
FRAME Temple Star..... Phone 964- AUCTION: Every Thursday highly fertilised phone 9641071. THE COUNTRY:

HOUSE oa one acre ol landIn 7357. 12/8 4tpd 12/29 6 I p.m. 2315 SE.Hawthorne 7/21 tfl hlJ Raiford Road.2Vi acres-Frame homed trees
t- Raiford Equity. and Rd. Gainesville, --
"of?" : assume. payments of 186.90. Hwy 20 across. from FOR SALE: Diamond Earlton-4 BR, 2B, CH4A, fruit trees, peaceful
,? .. ;: Phone Brookrr 4851610. Gainesville Drive.InTheatre. needles lor any stereo over Raiford-brick home with a rental home over 1 acre
Ne 11/24 ttpd 12'29 FOR SALE Bill Perry Auction 247 different ones, wo have Handsome brick:builder's home, pool, all extras
e' eer. 12/8 4tpd 12/29_ them all. DAhmer'aDiscount 20 acres, welltank and pole.cleared &
'JlaI'P ---------- pretty
\\.i-;: : ;:" :?.. >:<: 3 BEDROOM BRICK PATIO. and COVERS mobile: 10x20 homes.forhome. A-UCTlo.\I---,--Sat. U/ bl 4 acres, 3 BR frame home. well, mobile homesiteNew
: //i ):: ; : partially carpeted central 7 Melrose. Backof -
.: : : : 1199 Installed. 159 unln- night pjn. Wo also have new r-;;., 1 BR CB home 1 acre, furnished
heal and air conditioningunit Post Office.. Bill
May itbring every atnlled. GATOR electric stoves and washer Hampton-frame, CH&A, fir acre, neat
chain linked fenced-in ctlooeer. 12/8 4 tod Ii'tJXF.P /
We wish you many one a world of health back nice ALUMINUM Phone 372- DAHMERS DISCOUNT.
yard neigh
9767. 4620 IS.W. 13th St., TABLE: Phone 9647923. tf/chg STARKE
golden hours of and much happiness. borhood. U8.900. CaD 964- Gainesville, 8/11 tf/chg 4"00" playing ...rl.....
health and happiness. I 6836 12/29 :2tchg! 1/5 Good condition. 350. Four Church St.-good rental property $7000.
-- ------ 2 BR with
sticks. 473.3295. GARAGE SALE: Dally 9 income apt.-impeccable order
FOR RENT BUILDING NEEDS: 4.8 good Keystone cue Heights. 128tfnchg .... to 6 pjn, continuously. Lovely lot.Green Acres-nice neighbors
sheets of paneling discount Comer SR 225 W and 301, laLawtey. Madison story-good repair-large lot
at*I 99 and 15.99 _
Journal Of Carter's Radio MOVE to Olio's Mobile sheet priced OI1NS DISCOUNT per SAW SHARPENING: drop PUBLIC. Everyone AUCTION welcome. 2200 Sq. Ft., 4 BR, 2 B, CH&A, near schools, fenced

Home Part on Hwy. 121 In WAREHOUSE Hwy 100 off at Ace Hardware In KH Tuesday, 7 p.m. lf/ hl Madison-nearly new Brick, fireplace, corner lot
Lake Butler We will move West Starke.Open 7 days a and Smiths Service Stationin Contemporary with 480 sq. ft. FR with fireplace.

Civil Defense your. single wide only no week. TF/ hl'___-N Melrose. tfn/chg Mimosa Drive.brick, 2130 Sq. Ft., children's
& T.V. Service eapandos or double ..Id.. KEYSTONE iG'tITs.-I OLIN-- DISCOUNT WARE.-- STRIP INSULATION for paradise

please. We will block anchor to 5 acres, priced to sell., Sacres HOUSE has new stovea sale. 20c n square foot.
830 Edwards Rd. hookup water and (8,900, (400 down from $10995 in assortedcolors OLiNS DISCOUNT WARE. LAKE PROPERTY
Lawtey newer. lou. pay only S30 per 112.33 per month. Other new 14 cubic Inch HOUSE Hwy 100, West, Hampton.Beautiful' custom brick, large lot, dock
Starke. 7 week.
month for lot rental. For Open days a
tracts from 140 month Irost free refrigerators In
Starke Klngsley-Rambling one story-priced right
more Information call Olio's tf/ hS
Owner 1-173-1375.12/8 assorted colora for
4tpd Ju.t .
Hampton Furnished redwood & brick unusual
782.3577 !Mobile Home Sales, Hwy.
12/29 1279.95. Open 7 days a weekat .
964.5397 100 W., Starke, 9645606. Kingsley-Large remodeled home with 3 rentals
FOR 22's',
Open 7 days a week. 12/8
tl/chg 25'.. and 38', sold at DAh- <\ .KS, Highway 100 W.. :COMMERCIAL: :
ROOM' -- APT._ AND mer's Ducount, TF/ bl Stake. 1J/12 2tchg 12/29 Tuck's Drive In-301 S., great location

KITCHENETTE= : completely Aflotel-301 Living\ quarters plus income
;' furnished. all utilities Well 000 sq. ft.-416! Brownlee St. storage or stores
t Drilling!!!! GEORGE ROBERTS,JR.
tnderwood: Motel 301 N. of Real Estate Broker ieveral homes with apartments
Marke, Itch.*; 12/29 Reg. Interesting bldg. 301 many usesCecelia
2" thru 6" Pbl'''. 964-7824 .L" .
/ T Te'wi//egor//

\ u1 ( '.ti ,. = : lights, hot water Fast Rotary NEW LOCATION I I20SN.
furnished. Phone 964 .
i -8071.Itchg TEMPLE
,I ? I ICI ILi 12/29 Drilling Equipment' STARKE. FLORIDA
I ---------
OFI1CE SPACEA'.AILABLE. : ..... ........
: 275 N. Main .
WHIMS)AT* *ells7w.M..WIIKIMM 2 BR frame house. Incountry
1 1r !Street, Lake Butler contact' Pumps! .. ;3 acres. with 2
r hesley Robertson 165 SW! 44411ISAl :\
4th Avenue, or call 1.813KINGSLEY Dome bookkeeping record
Tks> WeMot MM Mavke* New & Used ---- -
1.53.3174.. : :..EE TIn/chg! 3 BR 2 bath block house In books. }4.9:>.. Desk Drawer

: LAKE APT: 2 SalesPartsServic Saratoga__ _Heights._ 00 _. Organizers 12.50. IH: .THOMAS
LR ,electric :Moister TS..4! c. at The Office\
BR ,dining area
kitchen, plenty" of cloiets and BOOTSAT E-Z Terms Two reasonnblo.20-acre. just tract oil SR very 16paved Shop. 110 W. Call St., 964-3764 REALTY

cupboard apace. ,oil heat, AC, ... ................. road.
lake and dock. prtvil IJ'". No
----- 621 North Walnut St.
pets. Yearly rental. Phone Plumbin! 3 BR brick with 1 bath In Stark., Florida 32091
5 5332952.. C arradine'slR.lNGLElt .. .. town. Ftoriland Realty393N.TsmpleAvo. 9644162Formerly

New Installation A J.Thomas
WATERS : 3 BR.I bath block home InStarko Starke, Fla. Real Estate
DING: ) City Limits. Olfieei 964.7700 --- --
BULLDOZING At,MKJIS1IN; Remodeling ---- 100 Sooth, Ono. aero I...,
.....r Largo 4BR frame ho..... -- ---- residential and mooDe,
IL 1 -mmrll./ ... Repairs LR family room, .. ten' Open Saturday Morning owner flannclao;
*Bulldozer Work pricer
Our .
.04.el.tioa acreo, Just off SR 18. --- ------ -----
Large or Small are ----- Leta la Hampton Sacreo. with eepUe task,
always the 'DuppJi'ncjiPUMPS 301 North 3 BR. LR ---- ------ culvert. and water, ready
w Land Fill BESTIBelts frame house, .. ten acne, I Acre) la Hamptoa. lor mobile ......Financialavallabwl
--- -- tractor and equipment. ----- ..
H..p' oroo,
.Ia.. & SUPPLY 2 and 3 BR
n8W YS'AItJ *PondsWILBUR - houses la the SR-329.
18 to 56.AD ''Several commercial. lots .. country. -

WATERS Lather COMPANY 301. _ --- -- 100' lake trMta4tT lot at
S.SS acres. oa 301 with 150' Crosby Lake. .Financing.
i JtMleou CARRiDISESLEATH1RSIIOP 864 N. Temple Ave. II acne and 3 BR CB frentafo, prked arraaced.Mobile .
St StarkeOr : homo, with family room 2 .............
N.< Mio.son -----
remf1 L."ta'l'' Florida Starke bat...., CH/A. Waal ofLawtey. ---
-- homo
S :J.too near
ra-sstt 964-7061 80 acre. ) farm 2 BR house, Keystone with ace... t.
GEORGE ROBERTS JR. barn everything. ready for ".u....... L.... .
Reg.Real Estate Broker good country living. .- ---:.
GARY'SDECORATING Phono. 964-7826 ----- .
Severn! .kinds P.P.1..Thamas
business R...Real Estate
Saturday A.M.BItASINGTON properly for ..1..
WE WISH YOU A HAPPY HOLIDAY SERVICE LJ\) :. Pho.- ---9647700Veraie .Br.k.rOllie.446162Eveohifo. .

THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATRONAGE Wo Specialize In Wall Papering Real P.Estate Ode.Reg. .
Of All Tip.

DURING THE PAST YEAR.Sonny's Paper,Vinyl roll_Mylar. SHAMROCK PEST CONTROL QldOlOldsmobile SaleService .BrokerEv.e. 964.54T9" 5332110

Qraaaclotrt Fabric Etc COMMIRCIAL b MSIOINTIALTIKMITI Finn Selection Of Used Pearl- --- ASSOCIATES
Pit Barbecue Including Comm.ra.i.Mtsnor Andrews Steve SlaamenaEve.M44.
LAWN HOUSIHOLD PUTS Cart Taken On Aa..elal.1II4.7739 ai
a Exterior Painting _
Cadillac Trades rn -- -
230 S. Temple Ave. 964.8840 Free Estimates Call 473-4969 'P. O. Bon 166 2001'N.W.13378.5301GAINESVILLE ......!Starlet.; HareM Epp.E .
Associate- 782: Jm
_Starke, Fla. 473.4139 Keystone Shops Hwy" 21 .,..- Height. Florid --: -- 9e4ieia

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I -:CO1, QNITY NEWS lrI annexe- Greater Allen Chapel I-' DeB Chapter 168OESDell on Brownlee St. Methodist Church: : Wat- Adult Choir rehearsal. Wed. 7 Free Canaan True Church:

All members Invited to service will start 9:30: p.m. Prayer Service. Thursday Monday night Prayer Band
,. ,byEllrabeu! Walker Church. All membersand, -- Chapter. 168 Order are chnltht:
Bradford County Branch attend. The Fellowship of 7 p.m. Bible Study. meeting. Wed. 7:30: p.m.
Phone Interesting citizens are invitedto Eastern Star will meet j p.m.
'111'i' 964-6683
I NAACP will have a called Churches will share in the Sunday School 10 a.m. services FrI.
of vital
Bradford NAACP attend. Business, Thursday night, January 12,
9 In the Church of God In Christ service.. Sunday
_ToMeetJan.9.if meeting January importance. at 8 p.m in the Masonic HaU Silver services. All members are rear
Senior Citizen invited attend Saturday All Each Friday 7:30: Pastoral 10 a.m.
,t4 4a/, The monthly meeting of the members are asked to be Teaching. Tuesday night Greater: Allen Chapel
Y 3ailtQ iii Silver Strand Senior Citizens present Wednesday at 6:30: Bible Band each week. Sun A.M.E. Frl. 7:30: pm.

I r 1978t3' will be held Wed., January li." p.m. for choir rehearsal. day School 9:30: a.m. Morning Lovefeast service. Sunday
1 .i the ffieto gear at 7 p.m. in the Day Care Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Worship 11 a.m. with Minister School 10 a.m. Lovefeast

AIT LU4C Center room at RJE. Morning Whip 11 a.m. The Dewey Taylor in charge. Service 11 a.m. and 5 p.m.
jy w ftN All senior citizens are in United Methodist Women will YPWW 5:30.:

% ..With pelt,. vited. The cooperation of all meet at 4 p.m.Pleasant ML Pisgah A.1M.E. Church: O.E.S.News
senior citizens is needed for Grove United Choir rehearsal Sat. 8 p.m. All Francis Chapter No. 140
i ; C} EERl. 'joy. end good success. Methodist: Young Adult Choir choir members are asked to :3rder of Eastern carried the

r health rehearsal every first and be present. Sunday School 10 Spirit of Christmas Into some
to one Church News second Monday at 8 p.m. a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. 20-plus homes in Bradford

and ill. ML MorUh United Every Tuesday 7 p.m. Young First Born Church: Tuesday County this Christmas season.
l. h : night! 7:45: p.m. Prayer Ser Gifts of fruit were left In'ach
As. vice. Friday 7:45: p.m. home. May the spirit of
4 '
r r Tarrying service. Sunday God and Christmas remain
I School 10:30: a.m. Home within each of us throughoutthe
e. K.' Jr4M Mr IHJHHm)<.tMV
i Mission 11:30.: YPCW 6 p.m. or coming year for our
i er 1570 exchange services with fellowman.All .
r Gainesville Church. members of Francis
.J_'' Ebezener Baptist Church: Chapter 140 are asked to attend -
Tuesday 7 p.m. Bible Study. the first meeting of the

hlI Thursday 0:30: Prayer year Monday, January 2, at 6
197 Meeting. All members are p.m.
I ,I AMERICAN asked to attend Watchnight
Season's Greeting-Band b U V services at Mt. Moriah. Emancipation Services
; Let have FAMILY SOUNDThe
Good luck good health un faith In the best wishes to our New Bethel Baptist Church:

,/ '' alwaya.be with you in future of community valued customers)., CB Specialists Bible Study Wed. 7:30: pm. The public is invited to
country, friends and Sunday School 10 a.m. The attend the Emancipation
I the days ahead. neighbors. "Your One-Stop CB & Stereo Shop" services will conclude the day. Services to be conducted at

Shufords Greater Bethlehem Mt Pisgah A.M.E. Church
i BOWENPEST SALES SERVICE ACCESSORIES Freewill Baptist Church: Sunday, January 1, at 3 p.m.

: WILLIAM'S a Full Line of Antennas Every Monday 7:30: Tiny Tots promptly.Rev. .
Standard Oil Station rehearsal. Each Wed. cleanup Fredrick D. Richardson -
: BLALOCK'S Radar Detectors night. Thursday 7:30: Story pastor of Mt. Pisgah

JEWELRY a Most Repairs Same Day Service Hour. 8pm. Senior Choir Church, will be the speaker

i a New & Used CB Radios rehearsal. Fri. 6:30: Usher No. for the occasion. Other activities -
CONTROL Walnut & 301 S. MEAT 2 and Junior Choir rehearsalSat. have been planned for
Quality Products Sold & Servicedby the Senior Ushers will sell your enlightment. Plan to

i SERVICE MARKET Professionals dinners. Sat. 6:30: Sunday bring the entire family.
144 W. Call St. 964-7971 I 1'l5A" School teachers. New Bethel Baptist Church:
964.7329 II Watchnight Service will The first Open Air service will
: 964.5288 Starke 216 Washington s11 begin 10:30.: Everyone is invited be conducted the second

Starke Starke, Fla. Sunday School 10:30: Saturday afternoon by Rev.
j 964.7064 964.6725mmrmrm I L. 1S5-A WEST CALL STREET a.m. Morning Service 11 a.m. Leroy Davis past or.of New

i Dinner will be served 12:30.: Bethel Baptist Church.: NThe

Evening Worship 6 D.m. place. will be announced later.

Men Jailed After WE GIVE YOU 30,000 READERS QA/11610aI

Theft FromDahmer's


Two Starke men remainedin

Bradford County jail

Tuesday third has', Dec.been released 20, while following a AUTOMOBILES USED' AUTOMOBILES -_ HELP WAITED PERSONAL SE.- Bargains

Bradford an Union investigation and Alachua b> GRAND TORIISU-1974 1970 c....",. Impala. AC, PS. LOST DOGS Clay County Board ..ce..t:: DISABLED VETERAN
port. coupe. excellentcondition. CB radio. AM r..... 2doer.MOO. 1 Male 1 Commleioner kit tko Wttl clean. ant year garage If A In Every Type
County deputies and Starke 3 new tlrea, sew 533-2231 Itod 12/M Children apaeti followlBf opening order allowed to keep the ..-
police after the theft of guns, vlayl top light brae ,h.. Female Black sod whitepppie. C.E.T.A. wanted Jnnk.. 4T3-240.
ammunition and merchandisefrom dark. blue vinyl. $250 down CAMARO. 1909. good ., reaembliagpoodles. HOm [11 Family Service Aid. u/Cbg" OfNeedle
condition, 700. Ph. 964-7813 Laat I. Lawtey Immediate .
Dahmer's Discount and aieume pmt. Phono op ala( Mail bo -
House in Starke Dec. 12. 964-5743,ask. for Me. Smith. lUh 12/29_ area between 8R-225 and Clay County ......'. Work
782-3489.Reward ''
1 Ilehg 2/29 125.Pkeae unemployed 30 ..,*. M.ot BABYSIT hi my home
William Robert McRae 37 74 F.rd Courier Track .
----------- Man-Frl 8-5 for m ferae tie..
have 60 heare ot
and Charles Polk 1:1. both of 1,795 or .boot ciah offer.Phone college
all 4W25J1. Ztchf" It/22-
LOST DOGi 1/2 Labrador credit. Travel I I. lavotved,
VEGA STATION WAGON 782403 12/29 2tpd
S.t'arke' were charged with 1974 .Ir. radio and tape I/S 1/2 German ahopkerd. black need good ear. Apply .hiperaoa ant I
burglary and grand larceny deck, tine, .ala. REWARD. Wfll an- at the Old Cenrtbeae.
after they were arrested about condition good$600 c..... good M45738 4-WHEEL DRIVE nlch-. .FORD 20,000 ewer .. BLUE. 964-6003. Clay Coaaty Community JB. REAME9 HEATER Yarn Rugs,
3 a.m. Thursday Dec. 15, at rise Banger ** 12/22 2tpd 12/29 Service Office 915 WalMt
Itpd ....4 00.J. ... 4 plan :
mobile home in Alachua. Arrested 2 barrel! earbaretar.me. Street Greea GOTO Springe.9Twa Winter e..".. Ita t... to Needle Point Etc.
that evening was Clyde Header. eitematie trea- LOST Black. Chlneee pug, |121| Groan Thamb. have year healer aadaraacet
H. McRae 33, of Starke and _I....., newer eteeriaf reward for Information, call Workeri. 55 sad. .v... 0.. ( cleaned : aadchecked.

charged with receiving stolen [ii:9 RALPH newer ..n....., alrcea- 196-3549. 12/22 2tthg 12/29 clerk.but attendant Part time aad. 20 use kn.shire perweek. Call Jr.' Reamee
today. 7124126 :> 964-19111. Needle
r The
property He was released on ,dittoed*, AM/FM StreckBterae Apply In pereoa at the 7tH Magic
his own recognizance. The "IAlo.l. BRYAN Rol bar fiU guard LOST DOG Small brown, Old Cowthoaee, Clay Ceaaty \
older !McRae and Polk had wltk KC ....ta. IZxlS RWL .ah). Aaiwere ta MUGGS. Community Service Office, t
bonds tiree and cia...... .,.... Last aeon .In Hampton Lake. 915 Walnut Street. GreeaCove GOOD PRICES PAID fort \ 1517 Be sent Rd. 964-5149
set at $25,000 by
Judge Real Estate ..
wheel. alee chrome .bad .vicinity, San. aftereooa.CaB 12Y8C.E.T.A used mobile lao. II
Elzij Sanders. ralla.. Call 8ta. T......., M4-8640 ...tlm.. Itckg SCrisg.'FIa,11eYg. mortgage It 3/4 paid .r Starke 964- 3.CP
Also arrested was a 2117 N. Temple, 9114-62 414-UUrdo..-4 "l 2m. '.. '-."- .-- "'" > ..r. OLIN'S MOBILE ; !
juvenile 13, whose name was. Nf 'h. Co..I..Co.n..l.iDdlvlduei. HOME SALES 904-MOS.
withheld under state law. 964-8788 HONDA AUTOMOBaE. and provide OpoB 7 day weekly. d/."
Bradford OFFICE A really. |r..up educational aad .
County Deputy OPEN ALL J"7'. good bay. Call vocational guidaace aervkoetSalary
Don Denton said 15 firearmswere ar 964- U3 MOTORCYCLES
DAY SATURDAYSUN 5-OOp-.il/22 aft I06.54 BIweekly. pta. SEPTIC TANK A'CREASt
recovered along with 3tch" l/ excellent. fringe bee elite.CoDege TRAP, cleaaoute, new U....
1,000 rounds of ammunitionand B.YAPPTMENT not required hat reaeoaibla.. Joe Fortvth' Trail Restaurant
other merchandise with 76 BRONCO 4 WD. 15,000 SUZUKI OF STARKE! year helpful. Minimum ol throe 4311022. All ....ID.... ape.
the assistance of Union Off Morgan Road: 3 BR .11... 302 V-fl. PS P..... nlberiied. Sninkl. dealer. year experience. la relatedcoenaeling areclated. 3/31 tln/chg 301 N. Lawtey
County investigator Larry frame homo oa. 1 acre Need DUe Br....*. 3 Speed M P.... 964-6020. 1640 South or aoclal aerviee-
Cochran. Mine work. Reasonable Floor 2 Speed TraaalerCM Walnnt 1301 *South" laStarka. field. BILL'S SAW SHOP c..: mlaa1 (CCEGECklHHt( (I(5W( (iJ a; aKa
118.700. .. LecUac babe. .] dHElP/.... Apply at the Clay '...t, pleto iharaanhig* aoMrlca, _
Aaxllary. Feel Ta.... with Community Servle. Office, clrcalar. head carhlde' ,
CorrectionAn 20 Acree with 2 BR ho...; kid Plat.., Mf tire.. trout 915 Walnut Street Green cham. mower blade. bellowgrewed Splllat I kill L.WBM* SpBl.ll
...d. .IDI.hl.... Close I. end .....d. K.C. Light. WANTEDCETA '.o.. Springe, Fl. 3Z043 Itchg" tad bela..... L..,..
---- .leader fIor... Burgundy. 4 12/29 .t Jache lalldlag Supply. $691..1 'I.tter ,3aMswwtta
accident report in 5 Acre with 4 BR brick Whit. 5,500. Caa be sea POSITION Laborer. Starke er K.,.... Helgbta. 11-2 P.M. N...- Fri.
volving three cars and a homo clow' In.Commerlclal at Cardie Br... 301 S. or with ctty etreet dept.Will do d/....
motorcycle may not be ----- call 46$-2920. W." general maintenance andclaannp Shdk 'I" CUU PIab9.
complicated for the Florida 301 In elt,. of etreete. Moat be WANTEDNEED NEED CASH? We buv juol
Highway Patrol, but it did Over 400--It.-frontage.-- V 70-8 ......r... $600.. .laoelro Bradford c. reeldent ol and 20 tare,plckapi. aid Inch Je. y Pt InFres10f9hr Frlfcf Nltkt bFMllf
unemployed 15 out put Shaw, Ray Petttt. 49421V
confuse a Telegraph reporter. Lake RIDE Ir.. Baldwin.. .
350 8.W. 4th 8t
1 acre t..OO acre,Lawtey at ...
Fla. Stat.
weak Apply at 4M-2S29. 8/4 / .
In the Dec. 22 edition of the *..... Low. down payment ..... 52/212tpd 12/29 Employment Service, OldCearthouee to Starka weekday. Phone" or ,Ai NlfBt.
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Telegraph it Incorrectly owner financed.New .. 1976 TORINOi: Two dear' Starke.. Itckg 964.7652.Itr'" 12/29 INSURANCE RihtrdInanraara

reported that in a Dec. 19 ----- 16,000 mike,erigtaal ewaer, 12/29_ WANTEDi Ueod reirigertor Agen, Farmere Trail Restaurant

accident on SR-I nine miles 3 BR. 2 Bath..CH/A....... AM/FM. P/S P/B. A/C. CIa, County Board af Ceeety .. ......n. ..... mi and Dealore Beak. BuOdlagph.
carpetoa one acre ..&. ..... :IOG firm.Phone .
west of Starke that a car lot .eutilde elt,. Commiaetonere. hai the good. .....ltJG.. PIa_. Dak- ._ 49e-1191.Lake Butlor Hours 7 A.M. 10 P.M. Dally Including Sunday
driven by Maj. John Allen- ----- 4U.733.d.q fell...... opening_ ; under t". mer'e Diceeot, at ....-.7m.d 10/1I .11.10. .
Taylor, 40, of St. Augustine 20 Acre. .In Ralferd area C.E.T.A. Pahlie Service /... BOCKEN8TE1N TREE 301 N. 782.3819 Lawtey
failed to and rammed into Employement. Title VI
stop Same fencing, tl.b.r.d SERVICE: Paean troet:
the rear of a car which had paatare. Program.lOaa reaMvmg tope al .Urge treee
stopped for a stalled motorcycle -- M.-- FAULKNERE |III Laborer Minimum. will docroaee poeelblUty el
Silver Sand L..... 3 BR W.... Ta qualify.. for thia ..... breaking aad UKreaae. .
Taylor was in a '.r.:3: !... h.... sa ,..k.. yon mart live In Clay new growth,yielding. a mora ,
Actually. [B
beautiful lot with adjolala. A County sad.ha unemployed. for LET ME SHOW YOU bow nat e...,. Fro
stopped car and a car driven acreage available.. 15 .. tha' peat 20 waeki. or to make. SI,000 per ...&Ia.parBI. eat" aaiateo......._Galaaevtlla '
by Victoria Byrd Smith 24, of ----- nt AIIOH. L have exhauated. unemployment .., call 4S3-1474. 373.7t1t. TREE TRIMMING
Starke drove the car which beneflta or a 12/29 2/2/78
Ready for bulldlag er 126 S.Water St. rn .... It REMOVAL STUMP
failed to stop and rammed IntoTaylor's recently aeparatod ".t.
mobile homai 0.. lot REMOVAL FERTILIZING.
stopped vehicle.It juet off 301 North.acre Well Starka. ,Florida 1 you fool yon may qualify applyat UNDER NEWMANAGEMENT 12ttpd 1/24 a' : f

was a case of the eeptlc tank. and bghtpele.. 9844045y Service Clay County Office, Community Old Cour- : :
the line 3000. CASH FOR GOLD Sterling..
Telegraph getting up
.. Walnut Street.
1k. 915 J.B. Whtte'e Trailer Park diamond.. eds.
for the four vehicles correctly OPEN SATURDAY Green Cove Springe, Fla. Jet. 16 4 22$.belero Raised Jewel ry ,
EvnID,. sod HeekendetfcALPHBRYAN9 denial gold. WI taK yeojanywhere.
identified. The Telegraph 10a.m.'Span. Itchg' 12/29 PrI..., Mid to Bill Aaatm. P..... Mf.Rlttmea. .
apologizes for the error. Realtor 4-6206 Any lnrara..tlea aeeeod.cej 475.1 II lit. lt/1
Handy man Special Frame 964-6114 Itpd 12/29 l.bg um
Art Exhibit beeee ae apnreximatorr a s.fsPERSONAL
ART PATR Y-"73.203'Sol.
._.. 3/4 acre. _: SERVICE .."eryee. I. laaarablel 't '
Jan.6atJU LUiian C.Pearson MI.........- eaverage .by J
3 BR. I bath ftrama bore ......" JOE USHER
WAYNE: DOCGLAS9..593 : Real Estate WILL BABYSIT lor Now 1978
am .large let bv towa AGENCY 498.2128 .r 4M203 + 3Lf
Art objects dating from 3000 aeaUaaee* 4ndaded. Year1 E".. Call 944-9492. .
B.6 will be included in "Pre- Saleeman $14 JOO gad tar...owaorfmaaced. NEW LOCATION Itchg 12/29 ,
Columbian LIST W ITH t'S"MEHISTLE ----- CUSTOMMA D'E: REPAIRED all ......
Collections" opening 71/4 Aen..11,110I.,$10 ---- DRAPERIES -* We are ......... ..... tad adjaatod.
January 6 in the Brest Galleryat ...... US 301,NORTH FLORIDA ... clocking let af. fakrtee: $7. Week....._...........
Jacksonville Universitywith ----- Fr.. ..&1...*. Lama Strfcklud.. comer Morgan
treasures discovered in Before 2M beaatlfal acre with 3 _, 112.38U6. ?. Stephen, phone. "-Ml" Band and.Hwy 19..11/cbg; -
an Ecuadorian tomb entitled BR. 1 .bath home, .......' 1 BR S .bath .block home, 6/24 tfcbg.BABY8IT1NG.
"The King and His Two ... tIete. 3 ear garago, CH/A. cleeed garage.s..m. VACUUM CLEANER RE-
t. d1eti'- highlighting the You Buy A .........ckam .link. f.... S. 1/4 pre.at.tg. In my b.... PAIRS All .a..... elk
Can ha .bight with 1. 4 $32,000. Men-Frl far Iof_..... ....1.. Starka Sew la aCoMar. .
exhibit sad .kaaao, ar a. a 20 ----- .SIS
acre CH/A call 49 -2931. 12/29 Itckg Eaot Cal StrootV
The art show includes a : '- acra tract. 1 fenced BR frame earner home lot, .5.000.. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS ,.... t44-Ul>. 4tpd. rri1We

large collection of Ecuadorian iIJ.MOBILE! ;! 3 BR. dTauTwUe. ....... ----- Fhee* t44M arM7619. WATCH JEWELRY
artifacts currently on loan to homo with > ara ..,.... BR turaJehed mobilehome. tt/chg REPAIR,wedding. lavkaUaa
Jacksonville University and Gad term.. wkh addition and ...,.*1... Key it one
Mexico. Central See 913,400. _.....
objects from ----- ----- *" LONGCHAMPf.IOIM' 11/3 tin
and South America from 1 1/1 acre wttk doablewid .a.' ....$13,500
private I collections of'' Jack. John ... ...... porch. ----- Ra4I" BRADFORD SEPTIC i
sonville' residents and the ....... 'b. IRuIhi. yea !' Acree, SR-230 $22,000 Mat ri.J TANK SERVICE .........
Art Museum. ._at *e* this .. ap- ----- dill pnm-oa4a $40. Feat
Jacksonville 473-3775 ".... ... 3645 A....., 1340' aa US -WE BUILD- eorvico ........... P......
--- 301. ...... 56500. Your Plant Or Oars "' -4111. 4tpd
Ci..ea. a* for 301
1 Your Lot Or Ours
I Commercial: property : ?
REGISTER HOME North. sad Saatk., .. 20 aaraa, 2 mobile b... FREE ESTIMATES
., hook.ape,. lick. pad, hoc -Re_ wish you bright and
J PARKINSIDE Platy caB .. today to.Bat. ..... 633.SM: _
IP ealo.PaaJH.reekaer. .
CITY LIMITS year prepootyso 2- BB.. iram7.; .I.rdibd. happy days. good friends.
i 308 S Thompson St Walk. ----- now .....r and dryer.
Araayor Sga.reOrpowagowa Sold TniIed
064-588C .R.co( $13,200. SALE good health'., much'Joy.
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HEATERS 'A_iotaa: '

4',000 SPACE BTU Gas .29.32 City 130 For C-Men...tkAfl ..... tree.raatoor.Eveala.964.51. '. 19 Aim $33450.--- ACREAGEFORSALE Allu. I. Ttfltt. SawTer. -Slaia A"f.iace ."

SIOOO.BTU, 011 12.2.75 Fire....ProtecUoax4itTit 51 A AeraZ 'Brick. home, if't' ': r, *
IS 009' ft5ag5. 74.53 ....W ateraalawar S_".Ikkkee CH/Ar 1 'BE. S Bath. -- LatIIef I
It:'|,(:;.i IU7.P9 I.i... = H4-/I71 1'Mt. ____ 98U853lIig"WGJIIOZSout1. 332 W: Madison -- 964-77O1

CASH*CABBY DOCK JoLuHeUI964S81Q Yals4al.e '(a II,DAY EVENING A ",7823172Eves .
HontoDeUvorTOIr.lloaWnBaUCa .. .
I Ev.i.g.84.6N4. | ?. '..... 781-3110I oj SI rAe: 'An 'Weekende j,


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Pane 16 TELEGRAPH Dec.29.1977



200 Pine St Crystal Lake Starke Fla. '

RO.Box412 473-3133

Bradford County's NeWt: "Local I Home Builders1"

Say Thanks For The Great Reception. . ... ,

Since Labor Day We Have Sold And Built Modern Homes

The Area.
.,. Throughout .

In Doing This, We Have USED LOCAL People. Which' Insures The ProsperityOf
? 1
The Economy Of Our Area.

We Build Every Type Of Home And Do It Quicker Than Anyone Else.

Based On Weather Conditions .
We Can Build A 3 Br,2 Bath Concrete Block Home In Less Than .\t,: "
..:, '1
8: Weeks Our Prices Vary From 24,900 And Up Based:

On Your Desires.


>the 1F01'?ieiuYe That i +l ",-:

and we can probably move youin

with no down payment!
We can offer you dozens of floor plans and scores of beautiful exterior -
designs in ranches,bi-levels,tri-levels and two-stories in authentic -
architectural styles. Each home features elegant living rooms,
big bedrooms, glamour baths (more than one if you wish), deluxe ,
; You have a family room, '-
kitchens and a wealth of storage space. can
attached garage, plus a wide choice of fine-home options. -

We will all financing at the most advantageous rates and if
arrange 3 Br, 2'/2 Bath Den & Fire Placeyour
3 Hr Bath
lot is paid for, you'll have no down payment. ,$ GarageWE
X42 500

Let us show you the many ways you can own a home. CALL TODAY 473-3133

i II I I .
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Look For Then -'"

/\ Ir (FO (fJhl) I o LC IHI 0 m CS

Hm You Drive Around The County

We Would Like To Thank The Following Families Who Had The Confidence In Our Company
To Build Their home . 2 Br,2 Bath ;Garage

1. Mr. & Mrs. George Copeland Rising Road 4 Br,2 Bath' Game Room $27 900
2. Mr. & Mrs. Jack Crawford Prevatt Rd Hampton $39 'J.OO
3. Mr. & Mrs. Wayne Hall S-1 18 Crystal Lake
4. Mr. & Mrs. Rod Hanson Ellington Rd. Off HWY16 '
5. Mr. Joe Harvey S-18 Crystal Lake :. *t' :*.V.:."!,;:. t \f
!vf <," Call 413-3133
6. Mr. & Mrs. Bob Shannon Sr. Wilson Rd. Off 230 A

7. Mr. & Mrs. Bob Shannon Jr. 230 & 230 A (Corner) OR WRITE

8. Mr. & Mrs. David Shannon Wilson Rd. Off 230 A
o f |Send Your Home Representative(date) .|Dcall| Me For An Appointment

We Would Like To Thank The Following Firms ft Sub Contractors

1:.;. .t;, J 1 t;
For Helping Us Do The Job. : { .
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;,n. ADDRESS _

Community Bank Of Starke Guaranty Federal Florida Bank Of Starke

'. ,. .' Wickes Lumber/Lake ., .. CITY r ..... ,STATE .. :,) .
James Griffis / Electrical -, B&B Drywall City ., i \\\ *" ZIP $\ *
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.'. .-" v. iK j..-- ,', .' ;; ;,,; Jig > jt;) V i u :.' 1I 11t '/
Sunshine Elec. Supply Bowen Pest Control Lonnie Edwards / Realtor : i .
.I'm Interested m a bedroom bath home.
Lou Atchison/ Insulation Carl Rhoden, Framing Teal Tile & Carpet t- .
; :: ', 'I ""m interested In a QJuplex 0) triplex I expect to build In 'Months.
Winkler Appliance. City Mortgage/Jax. Starke Building Supply r.' '
,- I own property In; ,__ County"'"
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'8uildinfl Supply.: Starke Paint Center .BObGOrdOnAlr.co !tl .I.wish to buy a lot In. .. County.
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Florida Sep J8nk Co.\4M.L.' West Building Material / Jax. Fla. .r.-tti 'i'J .'!'., I

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