Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 7, 1978
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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"":. T; ; ,.r .C rr i dq '. Santa is coming to town Saturday at:10 a.m.

This Saturday Dec.t,'the I Bradford County Chamber of the Chamber Commerce office, 203 South Walnut St..or
n ,l) Commerce will sponsor the annual Christmas parade that call IM4-027B, Entries must be In the office& by noon
11 ii: d r 4 t will bring Santa Claus |to Bradford Square and the downtown Friday Dec. I. _
area for children of all age to enjoy. In conjunction with the parade),the Senior Boys Softball
r 1 j, The parade will begin at 10\ a.ra. at Bradford Square learn will hold a flea market at the shopping center this
+ The Flea Market will feature a variety of
Shopping Center and proceed down US-301 to Walnut
Street, north up Walnut to Madison, right on Madison to, Interest Items such as plant baked foods and other
Thompson, left on Thompson to Call St., left on Call to odds and ends. There will also be refreshments on sale.
Orange St,left on Orange to Madison,and back out to 301 Local merchants have donated prices to be raffled at
and the shopping center. the end of the Flea Market Some of the prices donated
The parade win t.ature'over'zo' float, decorated vehicles include Christmas cards, Christmas ornaments, bath
marching units bands and other entries. Some of the salts, and many others Chances for the drawing can be
I r organizations who have entered floats are Catorland CB purchased for 35 cents from member of the Senior Boy
Club, Hampton 4-H First Methodist Church Youth, .loam at the flea market.
: T.G.4Y. and Vo-Tech Horticulture.The There1 a full slate of holiday activities for the day and
/ Chamber of Commerce reports that any organi the Chamber of Commerce invite everyone to come out J
n 1 sation that wishes to enter may pick up an entry,form at and Join in the fun :. ,
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Mall Carrier Jackie Grider escaped unharmed by the face of an oncoming Seaboard Coastline freight train a
wisely leaving: her stalled auto on the railroad tracks In Wednesday morning.
i Zoning 'Hottest Issue'In :

Train Can't, Stop Mail Delivery ," ""T't'lfr i

Apparently neither rain, sleet,snow hurried the-substitute driver along to with failure to obey signal Indicatingthe Clerk i
or a train can stop the delivery of route 1. Mrs. Grider suffered a minor approach of a train but Mr. Gilder City Says"Zoning
SUrke's mall, but the Route I deli- cut on her leg and was a bit shaken up. said there were no signals as his wife ,
very was slightly delayed Wednesday Starke police charged Mrs. GriderRelief approached the Intersection.
morning, Dec. 6, when a freight tram
ran over the mallcarrier'. car at the --\'Jr- 7'....' W':," .4 'II_, is the hottest potato in the home, the clerk pointed out, but has be a zoning and planning official not
Jefferson Street crossing in Starke. city right now," city clerk Merrill more homes than trailers. un assistant to the city clerk and that
Edwards said Wednesday morning The city had until July I/ 1979 to minimum standards for the \\ill\ be
Postal deliverer Jacqueline P after the city council acted Tuesday adopt the land use plan. Edwards a high school education lob t Home
Grider managed to get out of her night on two zoning matters without says, and the city should have studied qualified local applicants tthmc experience -
stalled car before the Seaboard Coastline ., waiting for the city zoning board or it more carefully and corrected might qualify them be eliminated
train totaled it and a substitute newly named adjustment board to obvious mistakes before Its adoption. from conHlderntlon.
driver was called on to carry. the mail meet.
on to Route 1 homes.Mr In one action the city council did not Job Responsibilities Guidelines; approved on a 3-2 vote
*.Crider;;39, of Green Acres, had ( y" r JSS approve, but recommended approvalto Still Argued in CityIn : state the prospective employee must
Just left the post office at(*3 deliver her mail when her car stalled witch on Old Lawtey Road In an area' Mayor-Commissioner Joe Warren with a degree or previous experiencein
In the eastbound lane of Jefferson ,classified RIA, for; standard home and city clerk Merrill Edwards zoning and planning, bt willing to
Street at the peak of the railroad eros only. The council was told by Merrill rehashed their argument over whether live In the city be Illlng to acquire or ,
sing. Her husband, Kenneth, said McMillan that the resident involved, the new official to be hired to to have a knowledge of building rode
"[,: Mrs.G rider saw the SCL train coming Mrs Juanita Phillips, badly needs to handle the zoning program Is I to be an of the city, have some idea of
north 3 or 4 blocks away and tried to have a new mobile home moved in to assistant to the city clerk or to be management practices, and should
start her 77 Dodge Sedan four or five replace an older one,which had dele responsible directly to the city: coun-
times unsuccessfully before abandonIng rioratod. Such a change Is prohibited assist the city, clerk In zoning and .
the vehicle. The train engineer by the new land use.plan but thecoMdljrecommende.il cil.The argument opened Tuesday planning accounting and flnunve.andntherarpas .

applied the brakes about one block I .TXa a* a ..night, with -aecudngclersr! U.\t.4tl..td.. .... "
before'Impact but collided, W iur.the" ., t ( caMt'o'" <*- '..' Jwjkrds; t.waft'en': ,.il>e )M.okj"responsibilities *-._- + ....yr. 3robua''''''III! ,.....""' _.'\___
.. ..'fII ,cw.at about Ja mihw'" jieurm 9ri Ma lIIt1l111UhII"n.WllfNlltll-: of the proposed zoning
puss ng the carol the tracks and run- f to meet with the toning board early official to look as If the official will be ---" "" -
ning another 750 feet before coming to ill\ "i ,this week to see if permission can be an assistant to the city clerk. !! ... f 1'
a stop. .. ; gained for Mrs. Phillips to move her Edwards hotly denied; the charge
No damage was done to the train or r' new mobile home onto the lot. saying he has listed the specificationsin '
the ad just as the council sari' M'i i
tracks but the car was wrecked with council newspaper nip. 14t.
In another zoning action, the 1
an estimated $3,500 damage. had directed. NK t'' w".M,,,.a......*.....
of approved 4-1, councilman Wilbur r.o :... I
Most ;
the excitement In the tr.b-car crash Wednesday morning came from Councilman Vernon Silcox said he Is
An observer said most of the post- postal officials hurrying to get mall out of the wrecked auto and on Its way to Waters dissenting the plat for a sub not concerned about what Is in the :.:; :..::...::.:.:.. '
accident excitement came as postal Route I, The mall to Route was delayed slightly but It got delivered Wednesday division on five acres of land owned by advertisement than the lob duties 'i- --" ,. worker collected the mall and morning. Mrs. Leona Hermenet In east Starke. can be determined when the man is n d" .
Lot sizes in the new plat are 15,000.square hired. '-.11'. v.
feet.required under the RIA Thursday, D.c.7 }I
classification but some lots fronting "The specifications in the adver- -
Ordinance Banning Peddling on a common circular drive have less tisement are not the specifications
,than the 100 feet front footage Mr.Oglesby gale you." Warren reite HOLIDAY BAZAAR
Ii required in the city's newly adopted rated. Oglesby listed the specifications f..m..6 p.m.
toning ordinance in the Nov. 14 council meeting. Soup and Chill
Issue in Warren searched but could not find Served All Day Long
Big Lawtey "I think we should go ahead and his notes from the meeting."I Chrll'mult.ml Galorel
act" said councilman Vernon Silcox. First Methodist
and moved that the plat be accepted don't want any part of it if you're Fellowship Hall
After hearing from' several clean it up. We should have gotten don't want to hurt anybody; we wantto The council Justified its move by going to do it that way" clerk
concerned residents who turned out Craft or Thornton (wreckers) to tow work with you any way we can. In saying the newly appointed Hoard of Edwards told the council. Edwards HAMPTON WATER MEETINGWith
Monday night to openly oppose and them all off. That's what brought the the meantime, the counsel will checkon Adjustment has not yet met and Is not says the new employee should be Fm HA
further discuss Lawtey's new highway patrol down on all of you" it to see what we can come/up organized. responsible to him. / p.m.
ordinance banning peddling on USrSOl Councilman Ben McCulley with." In the first test of Starke's new
council members
within the city limits Mayor Mqrvln attempted to ease the situation by In other matters the Council: zoning ordinance on Oct. 24 the city agree the JROTC PARENT'SMEETING
Rosier promised to see what can be stating, "If the Counselor (Welty) -Was advised by Chief M.M. Jordan council voted 3-1 to uphold Its new new employee should help the clerk .7130p.m.
worked out by next month. says there Is any- way we can do It, 1 that the newly passed Ordinance 47 land use plan by denying a petitionthat when that he he will has be nothing else to do but JROTC Classroom H.S.
"As long as I can remember they would like to see them sell." prohibiting pu 1 and beinga would have reclassifled the same primarily a zoning and
have sold berries out here," resident Councilman Robert Scott then said nuisance should be re-worded "We five acres from Rl-A to Rl-B. which planning official. Saturday Dec.f
Emmett Bright opened the subject. by "I did,vote against selling for this arrest people and take them to Starke would have reduced the lot size from the Warren" asked a motion to "clear
air, None made.
saying. reason: if you save one person's life, I and they beat us back to Lawtey." 13,000 square. feet to 10,000 square was '
"Luther HIlliard said he was. think it would be better to stop selling said Jordan. "The City of Starke has feet "I 1 think It's klnda brave of you. Senior Boys
opposed to prohibiting selling on 301. berries there. There were two an ordinance about drinking on the City clerk Merrill Edwards was going down to the Telegraph and FLEA MARKETStart.aUOO
Months later he milliard) said he reasons: the man with the rifle and street and the judge fines them all critical of both zoning actions by the 'changing the advertisement," .m.
changed his mind and wanted it the Greyhound bus incident. This $50. With our ordinance, they have to council, pointing out he has already Edwards told Warren. Runs all Day
(selling :J01)) stopped because they (selling) was just a hazard and drink in public AND be a nuisance advertised both requests for a zoning Bradford Square
were selling Mexican berries and somebody Is going to get killed either also." board meeting set for Dec. 28. "Mr. Clerk next time we have an
Imported berries and all this was with a rifle] shotgun or run over." Councilman Scott warned the 'ad well write it," Warren replied. JROTC RUMMAGE SALE

giving our berries a bad name/ Resident Frank Sutton remindedthe Council, "You are going to mess Edwards, also asked the council "I'll be glad for you' to do that." f a.m.Bradford I
Mayor Marvin Rosier quickly Council of the other side of the around and draw up one like the what he Is supposed to tell people Edwards snot back. Square tr t
reported. coin by: stating. "I have a piece of strawberries. You try to stop one typeof when they ask what the regulationsare. :
Morris Carter, St.:, stated "I agree property there I am paying for every people and you stop everybody." All he can go by, the clerk points At the Nov. 14 meeting the'council NATIONAL CUAROTRAININO
they shouldn't sell imported berriesout month and I cannot use it with that no- Attorney Welty was then requested to out. is what the zoning ordinance voted 3-2 that the new employee will Dec .10
there, but it will hurt a lot of parking sign in front of It. I don't see re-word the ordinance similar to states, the clerk stressed to the city National Guard Armory
farmers if they can't sell out there. It why anyone should be.able to sell up SUrke's ordinance prohibiting council.In .
is going to hurt all of us. 400-50O flats and down the road without paying drinking in public. further criticism of the city land Monday Dec. II
of berries a day sell on weekends and taxes, utilities, when 1 am paying use plan,. Edwards pointed the area Inside.
that's a lot of berries to go bad If we taxes and I can't use my own -Voted to advertise the old directly behind the county courthouseand ..
can't sell." prouertv." International Cub tractor for sale In Holiday Inn Is classified Rl-A in ALL SPORTS CLUB
Mrs Florence Williams pointed out Mayor Rosier then concluded the the classified ads, and. to accept the new land use plan, which would Local News Pages lA-SA./A '130p.m. .
There Is no market here to sell at discussion by saying "The whole sealed bids on It. prevent offices being built there or Sports . .. . .. .. t0A-nA FUMhouse .
and you have got to have someplace. I thing Is a pitiful situation I suggestwe .Was advised the street signs have the county from building a Social News .....". H' ; I. ,. \
am too old 19 go from house to house. I all table this matter until the next all been made and Councilman Eevent the property behind the court- Public Notices.r, ..'.... .;.iB-4B Tuesday, Dec.12
am 66 years old and I don't get any meeting. We can talk It over, check It .Massey is still looking for 9 ft. lengths The area behind Kentucky Want Ads.i.t:.. .. .. .. .. .,7B
Social Security or welfare: I need to out to see If we can work tnia out. We of pipe to Install the signs. fried chicken Is zoned for mobile ..
sell them berries to make a living." :.,, .' BUARCCHRISTMASCovered
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Rosier then advised the ,
Mayor Dish Supper
citizens that the Florida Highway Strawberries Christmas ? S .:00p.m/ >'
Patrol had told him after several for Sunshine Acres Work
disturbances that if they (the Council) Activity Center.
couldn't stop roadside fights that the S 55 f' am.n*"
Highway Patrol would put a stop to it Fruit, Flowers :Blooming Early in Unseasonably Warm Weatherdropping BUARCMEMBCRSHIPMCZTINOPublic .
Invited ,.. ",
all.Linda Boatrlght then requested that ; .
7i30p.m.Sunshine .
the City Council issue permits' or from the drought that" has 1 II needed In the area. Observers say it ""again from 106.2- feet .In predicts continued above avenge'warm Acres Hwy 14 W. '
licenses to sellers, thus maintaining, plagued North Florida since August' would take .10 Inches of a- 'slow, August to 105.9 In November. and dry weather In the area for ,
control over who would sell. When came last Thursday when 2 Inches of penetrating rain ,to bring the water In the meanwhile, the unseasonable some time yet. Winter grazing, where HAMPTON COUNCIL
advised by council members and rain fell at Camp Standing. 2.2 table in the area back to normal.\ 'warm weather Is also causing not Irrigated. I Is threatened and feed 7,30 p.m .
Richard that they had average) at Bradford County's three problem In the realm of agriculture. supplies were termed 'critical."withhay
Attorney Welty City Hall ,
fire and The rain hal not yet been sufficient Peach trees. Florida In short supply by spring. '
no right to issue permit to sell on 301. towers, 3 Inches at Keystone. In some North '
to start' lakes In the' their are and "We're still about II inches below .
since that does not belong to Heights. : area.on areas blooming out of season.
the city. Mrs. Boatright said. "I don't upward trend after drops In water oranges and grapefruit are droppingtoo normal In rainfall right now." one c..rMCZUN' ,,' ;
how tell can't sell Another .3 of an inch fell Monday level since August. The Black Creek early. weatherman said and smaller '
see can
out there.you If you can't tell us. we can.. ; night a, Starke, Blandlng. 'and spillway, a hallmark of Klngsley's Leon Starling! Lawtey strawberry oranges and grapefruit with less $ NIL&INC i
sell there." > Keystone Heights. height. stopped flowing through Camp grower,reported a heavy set of bloomon juice content. will mean less revenue
After several inferences that" the In last Thursday's downpour,* the Standing two weeks ago and has not some Michigan Sequoia plants he for the farmer. apPLY Of Starke
city council had eagerly passed this Santa Fe tower fared best With 31'* yet resumed. Kingsley dropped from ,.bought when California plants ran North Marion County peach (tees'are
ordinance Councilman "Buster" Inches while New River received t.&, 175.6 feet above sea level l In August to. short Florida Belles also have some blooming out of season a* are nay Ml a. 9Q4-4I07B: -

Bennett responded. "Unda. y'alt and Highland l.S. 174.6 in November. bloom, though not a* heavy. "Looks azaleas and camellias. "EverythingIs / It.,...... //l.tgM. ,
It down yourselves by While the week's rainfall was Brooklyn Lake at Keystone Heights like we'll be picking berries before blooming. but at the wrong time"laid ", .'
brought on too
leaving all that Junk on the side of the welcome relief from a' two-month which had been climbing during the Christina*." he said" < a University of Florida Hwy, 473 AM 4T3 tl-A .', ; "

road,, We had to get someone In to drought was only a fraction_of what summer. .rainy season" started The National Weather 'Service horticulturist. ,.

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I Bradford Commission Welcomes New Member' at Slow Meeting I

; coning hearing. Shield while working to get new bidson In"that story does sound a bit thin."
In an meeting that had a little bit of proposal at will run "somewhere the group Insurance. Blue Cray -Clerk Brown relayed a message ,
i E everything but nothing extremely' The lines mile radius., said Blue Shield has asked for a IS percent from the state Department of
I! crucial recent-electee: EL. "Nookr withing( a one Brian Doyle '. Increase on the premiums. Transportation that they(the DOT)
Norman lowed the Bradford County Seminole spokesman The project Is two -Zoning Director Gaines eagerly Intend to tear down the eft-criticized
Commission at Its regular monthly upon questioning. at best Doyle has gave the BC Commission the news median In front of the Bradford u
I! meeting Monday. December 4. to three years away that a 12.068 state /grant has come Hospital "and start all over."
I Norman sat In the seat vacated by said.It. announced that through to help pay for the completion --LocalAttorney Richard Welty,
veteran board member George Commissioner was Hazel Paulk has again of the County's required comprehensive speaking for a client requested the
Roberts, who opted not to run for reelection appointed to the SACC planning!. board close down a portion of, Olsten.
after serving as a been Committee. A letter Gaines said the county will now Road an old dirt road near the Union
commissioner for 12 years. Agricultural from SACC President Jack Moss of have to pay only S3.534 complete the County line In north Bradford that
his compatriata In Lauderdale commended the planning which required under the turns east off SR-123.
unanimously Ft. "
okaying a resolution for servingher 1975 Local Government '"
board member f
Bradford ,, '
hat will allow Seminole transmission Electric line fourth term and for being the only Comprehensive Planning Act. Welty said his. client a Mrs. Coy \4 r ,
'Cooperative to run a woman on the committee. She -Commissioner Maxie Carter nosier CruceInherited land facing
through Bradford County November.The as the. represents the second congressional reported that a brake testing machinethe the little-used/ road after her father
imperative requested In Florida on the ag county moved to purchase for the
district of died and wanted the street closed as
BC Zoning Board had already which committee. vehicle inspection station still hasn't she is the only one who now uses It.
approved the proposed project In other action at the meeting' arrived.
: will run along existing transmissionlines .The board learned that Jhecounty' Carter said the Georgia company
from a planned power plant In Insurance will soon be ,that contracted for delivery of the After driving out to the area and
Palatka through the county. Zoning for renewal and moved torequest machine at a cost of fs.aoo now may checking maps the Commiasion came ,
Director L.M. Gaines assured the coming up month.by-month extensionof be backing down In the face of cost to the conclusion that the portion of
board that there had been no adverse the contract a with Blue! Cross-Blue rises.. Carter said the company,whichIs the roadway In question was not even
about the Seminole and as Commissioner
comments now selling the machines for county property
.J 111.000. has recently advised him Dave Shuford said "we don't want It
deeded to the county because we don'twant
of the brake-tester
\ against because purchase they are going( to stop responsibility for fixing up the New Bradford County Commissioner E.L. "Nook" Norman, far right rubs
.9EITH .sE JJ,4JiR making them and won't have road. The commission unofficially shoulders. with fellow CMnmUdoners. (l-r). Maxle Carter. Hazel Paulk, and
replacement arts." Carter laid decided to take no action In regards to Dave Stated.In a dlscatslM with local attorney Richard Welty.
,I "they may be giving us the runaround the road because as they said up to Normaa Joined his three board companions and Commission Chairman E.W
with that story" and fellow this time It has been more of a family Hodges for what proved to be a quirt first meeting
REV. commissioner Dave Shuford chimed road and out of county hands.

} I ; rmm Final Pecan' Sale 1 p.m. Today at Farmer MarketPecans I

but nuts of good quality are fewer than It anticipated,says Market Manager Bob Allen that normal today'ssalewillbethefinal one
are not scarce everywhere this due to the light crop. During a crop year
usual and a final clean-up sale la set today (Thursday, Dec 7)) at 1 p.m. at the auction one Is held year every Thursday In the month. The Starke pecan auction the

HODGESJIM Stark State Farmer' Market. only one held In the state .
Allen says he thought nuts at the opening sale were spotty jn quality,ranging.
from good to poor,and the prices were fair due to scarcity.
HODGES,a .Ju.t s of Wh..to..Coll g'.Wh../on, some reason,have borne a good crop of nuts Allen says. Other trees net a lot
ILL end C.irfr.l liptiit gr Ttiolo9l l Simlniry K.n..t City \1GJi3 lY J Q rn GJJIY(! of nuts but lost them he added.Peoplewlth to make it worthwhile to maintain properly,
K.fi..i,w.i formerly p. In K...... and W.t.Virginia., 138 E.. Call St. ''Starke, Fla. 964-5890 to Allen spray, fertilize But pecan, and trees disc which have receive decent little crop care pecans have few nuts this.year, the

In 174 Mr.Hod,. .,lor......h..t.ff.f"Chrlir far Hi.N.tl .- market says manager says.
.n." In D.ll.., Tau, whorl h. .prtunrly Meht NEW Starke's Own Bakery But there are exceptions.Here and there people are reporting bumper cropsof
TESTAMENT STUDIES and .lio ..r..( o Director .* Mil nuts.
alo.... CHRISTMAS COOKIESLarge Retired school superintendent Harmon Morgan for Instance has six trees in

TAIIINACLIDaMi a,.2'. rowr-......... the yard of his northeast!! Starke residence and in his spare time picked up 9 180
Hum and Small Plain and Fancy of nuts which brought 1126 at the first auction here Thursday.
tl.ewnMr I, f, 10 .7. '.....*.1471.2657Frld.y pounds his neighborhood between Washington and Brownlee Streets
P.M.Mvntlng .*4 and says the school has the best of pecans he'.ever seen Morgan
.night. through Schirdcy Sunday and night Sund 7:.30 y .t 10.11 471 If4 Even pfafferMusa Sprengerleswirmim.w&MS3f.TOW just credits north the of nut crop high to the water and fertilizer crop his pecan trees got from the
S rlci on garden and flowers.
. .. Volume and prices at the first auction here Nov. 9 bore out pre-season fore-
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late in the
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<<# 4ieQ4l4I.-: ; ; -- -- - -- casts of a short crop and lower quality Dry of
growing season, has reduced the current crop and also affected the quality

pricesBoy nuts offered at the auction.In total of 12,496 pounds,compared to some 16.000
from regular The opening sale brought a
holiday of 8.096 with prices-
A I pounds at last year's opener. Growers received a gross
Ir ranging from 70 to 75 cents for good Stuarts 55 to 65 for good seedlings, and up
r to 63 for good Curtis nuts

I Man Arrested In Rape CaseA

Lake City delivery man Is In statement from u l..awtey woman 19.Kricli .
RechnaRockersrr Bradford County Jail after being .> afternoon and I.t. Glen A.
arrested for the rape and robbery of a Moore und Deputy Paul! Stegnll began
Lawtey woman last Friday, Dec. I, inn'l sligalion, ending In the arrest of
rr according to Bradford County lxVic. who was on his dellverv route
Sheriffs Department reports for a hake, City company he had
Sale Donald Berry Lowe. 32. Is currently worked ut for three months.
on on 10-day hold before bail can be set HcporU said the incident occurred
$19900" since he was on parole for' charges o( "nlxrul :ktp.l'n.; .:.JnJiwjxylccUrca.,W'ar
f t tTjfrt being accomplice (10 robbery at the, ..'th :.I lplernoct alWe; 'l >*VtlHMMMtfMttAM0 : time: of the arrest Friday; nt,!LIO;; pJQ'" : : ; ("r1 1.l \IJt.bop-. --
? f J'1 HmH l'IY, Ur*M. (charged xlltti' seKuaT) 'bs'tte J lll \ .n urt'tliirn of 'for' 'H"i'l"tft11ter.mh1l'd stolen
Es'FROM and armed robbery. mount rooncy wan
The Sheriffs office received a from ho I victim.1Lc4 ,

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434 W Calf St. 473-4777

St>uke. Fla
Hwy 100 Between Starke & KeystonePsgetA
Phone 964.5827

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I. Groundbreaking Held Sunday. A1'


Ii i' Lawtey Correctional Institution groundbreaking, and the ceremony Perry also praised the work of ti
Inmate's and administrator' hopes program brochure stressed another Florida's DOC and Secretary Louie
for a separate religious building and goal of Florida institutions' religious Walnwright in particular. "I've
g chapel came one step closer to reality programs "In recognizing the importance moved around the world in correc
after Department of Correction of family relationships, the
lions and there are no systems or /
i', Secretary Louie Wainwright emceed
? Religious Department provides religious programs that compare with
t the official groundbreaking last Sunday School for the inmate's child Florida's. Many improvements are
j f Sunday afternoon. Dec. 3, on the ren and counseling for family still needed but there are no finer
r prison grounds. members." the brochure read The religious programs anywhere. The
Numerous dignitaries were on band new facility will have four Sunday strength of DOC religious programs Is
for the event, with the symbolic School rooms, two offices and a sanctuary due mainly to Louie Walnwright. I
t groundbreaking handled by Bradford with seating capacity of 423.: and are Indebted to him for his !
I County Commissioner* where regular services will be provided fine many work" a. L 1iIIU\tL'DI'VW ., -' ___t_ ,._ .AJI .J.V.n. .-"1:1.1i&llBoUB; _
I : and Dave Shuford. Louie Wainwright .
for all faiths, Including Protes- stands to
1< LWCI Superintendent James Wainwright tant, Muslim, and Catholic. the The community chapel to as one testimony God who Officially breaking the ground Sunday, lire. 3, where IOC Region II Director Raman I., Gray, and Bradford !
DOC Region II Director Lawtey Correctional Chaplain redeems' all and to lawmakers who chapel and religious building will soon stand at l.awlry County t'ommlmloner Dave Shuford. looking on to the )
Ramon Gray, and LWCI Chaplain James T, Tompkins formerly head of have brought about the necessary orreclionul Institution wt'rt'r, Bradford Cuunly left are BC Commissioner Chairman ":.\\'. Itaitrs. !.
J James T, Tompklns. DOC Chaplain Division currently reforms in religion Perry wenton CnmmlHRlnwr Haiti Haulk. Department of Corrections Mwley Police thief M.M. Jordan, and llrHclford Htlioolllnnrd
leads a program that Includes an 18- to say 'prison inmate knows there Is ternary Louie WalnwrlRht, I.\UI Chaplain James T. member Vernon Parmenter. In the background
member Interfaith choir, but he always a place for refuge, and the Tompkins, LWCI Superintendent James Wainwright middle. Rev Pennies Strong and Rev. Will \lrlghl.
: The proposed 7.600 square foot religious admits that scheduling space for services chaplain is free from conflicts with
: education building and and I .
chapel counseling sometimes
other as as having a
will house the prison's Inter. proves to be an Inconvenience, and good spiritual atmoKphere. I hope all
denominational religious program the new chapel la 'extremely impor
of you involved in this project now and
designed to promote self Improve-- tant.
ment for the Inmate and to expose him The new facility will be built by In the future will dedicate yourself to
,to spiritual enrichment to better prepare inmates chosen from the prison the highest standards" WE MAY NOT BE No.1. '
him for reentry into society' population working on a 'forced Louie wainwright pointed out that a ,
We are extremely pleased that we'll account' under the supervision of few years ago there were no funds In
have a nice chapel here. One of the Maintenance Superintendent CJ.W the DOC budget earmarked for prison
major problems among most Inmates Sapp. chapels, but thanks to the help of Gov.
Is a lack of faith Whether it be faith in (Former DOC Division of Iteubin Askew, funds have now been
one's self or religious faith, you need Chaplaincy head Huey Perry now identified and set aside for this pro- But: We Try Hard.r !
faith In something to lead a produc serving a similar post in Atlanta, was jefL
tive life" said Gray, who gave the the featured speaker at the ceremony,
welcoming address at the groundbreaking and he stressed the fact that a build- Although no firm date was set.
Ing was not enough, a dynamic reli Wainwright told the crowd, "I hopewe
A large number of inmates were iiouprogram needed to, be main can Invite you all back In a few FACTS BANK NO. 1 COMMUNITY STATE BANK
Joined by their visiting families at the month to see the new chapel.

$70,000 CETA Grant Recieved for DayCareThe BANKING 1st TO HOURS OFFER FOR

Concerned Citizens of Bradford WORKING PEOPLE N 0 YES
County have recently received official
notification.of a U.S. CETA Title VI / w DRIVE-IN OPEN 7am
Project grant award for y ,MWMaI
approximately 70000.
This project will provide the organization 1st TO OFFERNO
s currently operating Community -
Day Care Program with a
staff of 9 employees who will be

i directly the Agency.under the administration?, of r.J CHECKING NO YES I

The new staff participated in their .
first training Saturday. December 2, TO SENIOR CITIZENS
under the supervision of Mrs. Cynthia =? V- idki& ,
Sherman ROBS the Agency's Day :
Care Consultant; Mrs. Theresa
Holiday board member and New day care teachers and assistants who recently completed their first day Oldest Bank
bookkeeper, and Mrs Hana Delll- of training. Front row, I l-r Teacher's assistants Sharone flalney. Sherrlll YES NO t "
Gatti of the Food and Nutrition
Austin Vickie Holmes Secretary Carol Hall. Back, Lead Teacher Carolyn
Department. State Department of Bright, Teachers Jane Hall and Clarence Williams, Assistant Teachers Susan In The County
Education '
Sanderson and Martha Smith.
With the new staff plans are I',
currently In process for expanding the The Day Care program Is enrolledin qualify regardless of race creed, LOWEST '
facilities so that the needed Day Care the State Department of Education, color or national origin. .'
services can be provided to more Child Care Food Program; therefore The Community Day Care Programis
parents. The fee for this service free and reduced price meals! are located at the old RJE School 1081 NO YES
remains at only $5 per week, per made available to children that N Pine Street, Starke. SERVICE CHARGE
child. \

Santa Fe Community College LOWEST RATES r
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Winter Registration


Bradford County High School NO YESOut

Starke, Florida BANK

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Wednesday, December REGISTRATION 8:00: a.in.-1 ::30 p.m.

Thursday, December REGISTRATION -8:00a.m.-1:30p.m.: : Holding Company YES NO I,

rp REGISTRATION. 6:00: p.m:8:00: p.m. Bank lr

Monday, January '8 REGISTRATION. 8:00: a.m:1:30: p.m ., ;. //l

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REGISTRATION 6OOpm.-8OOp.m.: : ," : ; : \I ',' Highest

Thursday, January 11 SCHEDULE ADJUSTMENT; (ADD/DROP-8:00a.'n:1:3Op.m.) : Total Deposits YES

Monday, January 15 Last day for SCHEDULE ADJUSTMENT B00: .a.m:1:30: p.m.

Tuesday, April 10 Last meeting for Tuesday night classes .. '
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Thursday, April 12 Last meeting for Thursday night classes NO YES

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TELEGRAPH Dee T, 1178 .
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a Rice Mill in Bradford'?

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I JEr One Was Here in 1891

t Bradford notice that "Bc'View will give i
Bits of business news from Starke they were all rejected. build ground to anyone who will .
and Bradford County were containedin County's first brick courthouse. thereon a $10.000 hotel."
the Florida Gazetteer In its in 1902. cost a total of 12500.

"'ebruary,Issue of 1891. And Silver Springs was alreadythe <
Concessions to new Industries and way to fame as a tour!)
1, The Gazetteer was a small businesses were being used even in attraction. "A large and handsort
r magazine,published by C.M. Gardnerof those early days as indicated by the hotel, with all modern Improvement)
Palatka with a rate of will be built during the coma
$I per year and an advertising rate of summer at the famous Silver Sprint
$1 per Inch.Apparently. In Florida. The estimated cost will f
$200.000.: "
the nation had been hit

in previous weeks by severe winter FORESTRYIn
weather for under the heading of The Gazetteer waxed enthusias.,
"Business" the editor wrote "The over the discovery of "extensH
general outlook has been gradually deposits of the mineral known
improving for some daysalthoughnorida phosphate) rock." and noted that
,J\ ... n. .. was probably less affected Bradford Co. certain places "the work of mink
I, "" : than any other state for the reason and shipping the substance Is belt
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... :' that she was marketing her orange by Chuck ColbertForest conducted on a large scale.
.. crop which In addition to good Ranger Supervisor
.. prices has practically no competition. "It can hardly be doubted that I
k '
discovery of these deposits In Florid
I P1lOCEDU1lITOI..1RFULLY: exceeding in extent and thickness. a
. Sometimes there is a need to the few cane-grindings and Mrs. Bill Meng and small Under the heading "Water & Bl'KN 1.\\: such beds previously known uv' '

, get away from roaring sand syrup-boiling rituals still daughter Dana of St. Electricity," it was noted that world. Is an event destined to produ

I trucks, screaming sirens, flashing remaining in this area. Petersburg sit on a bale of hay "Starke is considering the subject of Every year about this time various of value,not only in t
t water works from an artesian well minerals '
while enjoying these treats at the are lands of the state
rock and rolland of control burning
lights, earsplitting with an electric and ice plant in con- types also.
I the other hallmarks of a"civilization" No perfume, can match the Rudolph Hutcheson farm'' nection.In necessary by landowners.In agricultural

; sweet warm smell of cane-juice boxed Cane grindings used to be one other building activities a brief the Interest of safety and fire "This remarkable discovery
that has driven boiling, a.id no elaborately of the big "social events",of the paragraph reported that "The control citizens are reminded that unsuspected wealth within a few Ie

! some Americans to become the of in this area. As baptists have completed a church various steps are necessary before of the surface In scores of township
the taste you pour
chocolates can equal year burn their lands. numbers of men I tl
most pill-gulping, dope-smoking, building at Hampton. they can (lawfully has! caused large
drinking people on earth. licking the end of a cane peeling diluted store-bought syrup over explore the country geologically will
liquor dipped in skimmings from theedR' your pancakes, try imagine Under the heading. "Mills." it was The landowner must first obtain spades and boring apparatus. By sue I
of an overflowing syrup what good times must have been reported that Gaskins & Peck of authorization from the Division of means other useful substances arf
Such an opportunity is had at these affairs. Starke. have just completed a rice Forestry. He must give notice to all said to have been found such as mnrH
afforded at least once a year by kettle. M mill at Sampson.At resident owners managers or tenantsof kaolin fossil guano slate rock mica
lands adjoining and surroundingthe rinc ore and sulphur. showing thaj
ACP EmphasisesRural one time a great future was area to be burned. Said notice is to Florida ought long ago to havtf
I predicted for Sampson City because It be given in the presence of a t least one received the benefit of a thoroug
i was the crossroads of two rail lines witness or in writing not less than ten geological survey."'
Pollution,. the Georgia. Southern fc Florida anda days prior to such burning.
I etDlTOKlALSQBMBMMH branch line of the Seaborad AirLine Concerning the development of the]
In 1979 ProgramThe running from Starke southwestto The landowner must take sugar industry in South Florida the!
Wannee. a settlement on the easonable precautions against the magazine said "A very recent(]
1979 Agricultural Conservation Suwannee River. agricultural development!
spreading of fire to other lands by important
Program (ACP'), recently announced adequate firelincs aroundthe in this state is the establishment ol
by the Agricultural Stabilization and The Gaskins referred to above was area to be burned. Manpower and sugar farmH upon lands reclaimed b1 1
Conservation Service (ASCS). emphasizes Dr. J.L. Gaskins, an early Starke fire fighting equipment are needed for drainage These sugar lands were
rural pollution abatementand physiclal and politician. He, with the control of such fire and the previously vast watery ureas of saw
solutions to soil, water and several associates, including an early landowner must remain with the fire grass growing upon deposits of pure
Comm unity Projects woodland conservation problems mayor of Starke, Comer L. Peek, until it is extinguished.These muck of unknown depth. Of the
land in the Sampson area, emminent
purchased of this material. an
,. . quality
-- - ACP .Is one of the conservation which they planned to develop and chemist wrote that it seems to equal
Needed Aid programs administered by ASCS promote the culture of rice on the low- precautions are required bylaw the best potting mold and partakes
Given designed to assist farmers in solving lying areas around Sampson Lake and we ask our citizens to more of the character of manure than
pollution,soil, and water conservation cooperate with us in obeying this law, of a soil. When drained and cultivatedit
I problems. The ASC Committee Is Wagons were a hot Item on the In the Interest of safety and fire produces from :11I: to 40 tons of cane
responsible for determining the most market In 1891 and The Gazetteer control. stalks per acre of a quality equal to

A significant step was taken at interior of the 1902 Bradford needed practices to solve the conservation reported 'Tampa has two wagon the best raised in Cuba.In .
I problems In Bradford. factories that are doing a fine Burning authorizations may be
Correctional County Courthouse, a landmarkthat '
the Lawtey County. business; Orlando the same: likewise obtained between 8 A.M. and 5 P.M. smother item of interest The
Institution Sunday afternoon has been symbolic of Starke two at Bartow; one at Gainesville; seven days a week by dialing 496.2025 Gazetteer reported that the contract
when visitors, state and county and Bradford County for seventy Funded at $190 million, the national and a couple at Jacksonville. Palatka In Union County and 964-5436 in had been let for an iron bridge across
officials. LCI staff members and six years. ACP provides both technical and offers unexcelled advantages for a Bradford County. the IlilUborough Kiver at a cost of
inmates gathered for ground financial assistance to farmers whose wagon,factory $>.7: This volunteer help will also land is a source of agricultural We will assist you in any way satisfactory Iron bridges! will he
ceremonies at the site received bids for
breaking construction of the pollution or is affected by wind or Tampa had possible just give us a call. Let's placed over the principal streams!
make of
possible Carver, building a new courthouse, but all "
chapel. J.Warren
of the proposed new water erosion. protect our forest! throughout the county.
new chapel at LCI and is likewise county executive director of., the them being over $70,000 (the limit)

accomplishing work on the Bradford County ASCS Office,,'said

Start of the chapel was hh led interior of the 1902 Bradford that the 1979 program advocates "' .
as a significant step for the County.Courthouse a landmarkthat providing enduring solutions "n" \ n U"' 'it-I e.QrnmgA1d..o I; f' < ni

,institutionsince it ';would make has' been symbolic of Starke prqblem", >>..andjit.aiine4""' at'P,"< I' Q' kk !, F >>; :Iii+; liq. ea'rrthlM wit 1 "

*$he religious program a separateand Snd Brffclford County for seventy conservation practices witb

exclusive part of the system.No six years. cost-sharing) incentive. The paymentlimit For Students in Consumer Buying CourseBradford
longer will the chaplain be on cost-sharing ,is $3,59t per

dependent on other units of the We mention these things in the person. .,

complex for space in which to hope that public recognition and According to Carver, the county County will be one of five five, and ten. All students will be pre students do math from the,lists ad

hold services, and the men, appreciation of them will help ACP will be based on a set of practices area counties scheduled to open a new and post-tested in consumer skills and vertisements. We make grocery that
determine the effectiveness from different ads and prices are
themselves will have a place for balance out some of the "badpress" developed at the national level. program; to students that will allow basic skills of to the as listed as three for a dollar give the
will a
"These practices represent .
meditation when they so the use of daily newspapers in learn- work with
quiet and similar publicity by wide range of solutions to' conservation primary teaching tools. students a chance to
desire. other media that sometimes and pollution problems." ing how to select and purchase Lucille Payne, Bradford County fractions. The best shopping list earns'
I takes our attention from such Additional practices could be groceries along with other consumer director of curriculum says that the the student a prize."

One of the speakers also called constructive matters.In developed at the county level to meet and financial skills. is an effort to preparestunts Stocks, financial news, nationalnews
and editorials are
conservation for the state assessment ,
attention to the desire on the specific pollution or Four Bradford teachers will be and and worked with by the
problems he added. State and county tests given In grades five, eight, discussed:
part of the correctional spite of recent escapes from development groups will establish a participating in the program and eleven. students, as well as weather analysisand
institutions in the area to be a the prison. Department of priority system for identifying and they recently attended workshops in One of the teachers that has taught consumer shopping according to
worthwhile part of communitylife. Corrections statistics indicate solving conservation problems. Palatka Oct. 30-31, to better prepare with newspapers, with great success Mrs. Stephenson."We .
themselves for the classes. is Hampton Elementary seventh always talk about what's goingon
This is demonstrated by the that escapes by inmates, Deta'ils of the 1979 ACP win.be grade teacher Carol Stephenson. around us but with their own

fact that many of the inmates, especially those on workreleaseprograms published in the Federal Register Lawtey Elementary teachers "I've been using newspaper for subscription, the children can "see the
I themselves, volunteer their are generally about November I. The public >will Darlene Brown fourth grade, and one month, usually February each tangible results of the news Mrs.
services for worthwhile projects, decreasing at the local then have 60 days In which to comment Nancy Fullwood seventh grade, will year for the last six years. The Stephenson added. ,
many of which could not be on the proposed program. teach their respective grades in the students love it. and I hope that the New school board member J.R."Jim" .
institutions.In newspaper classes. Bradford High new program is similar to the one I've Lawson was also enthusiasticabout
accomplished by any consumer education tenth grade been using because I would consider the new program. "Young
means. They seem to appreciate fact, DOC records show that i (tfGfrliflU( -i teacher Linda Pfinneger will teach mine a success." people ought to get the basics in
I the opportunity to be engaged in escapes from Florida's twenty- r one class and either BHS teachers Mrs. Stephenson explained that learning things they'll need to know In

I meaningful, productive labor four major correctional I I aUUlLC: e; I Iby I. Warney Adklnson or Shirley Dykes each student received a TimesUnioneach the future.kids can't You'd write be a surprised check. I'm how all

, rather than spending their timein institutions, eleven road prisons WilltamS. Haas will teach the remaining class. day taken and from most) the class assignments"The for many it"Ladies '

idleness shut off from the four vocational training centers, Commissioner of Education Ralph are paper.

outside world. and twenty-three community GI BILL RUNNING OUT D. Turlington announced the

correctional centers (such as FOR VIET-ERA VETS program, scheduled to get underway What Courses Do

We have only to look around us Lawtey) declined nearly twenty. The Veterans'' Administration St. October 30. with classes in Bradford .

to see many of these community seven per cent during the first Petersburg Regional Office wants beginning early in the second
Era veterans to use
Florida Vietnam
projects that have been nine months of 1978. At the same GI Bill education benefits while thereis semester. You Want To Take ?

accomplished:: with this voluntary time, Florida rose to fourth in the still time.Regional 'The program is a multi-pronged
labor, and have contributed nation in total number of Office Director William R. effort that follows a legislative
Blackwell warned today that GI Bill and the School Board of Bradford County would
directive that consumer skills and Santa Fe Community College
held in its
immeasurably to a better qualityof prisoners penal time will soon run out for some 129,000 free enterprise, as well as basic skills like to know what courses the women of Starke and Bradford County would find
life in the area. The list is long, institutions--more than 20,000. Florida Vietnam Era veterans who be taught to Florida students. The helpful and interesting. .
and has included reroofing the haven't participated in veterans'education program also reinforces students' Please check one or more of the choices listed below. Drop the form at the

high school gym at Lake Butler, Most of the decline has come in and training programs the bill for basic skills in reading writing and SFCC office at Bradford High or mail to SFCC Starke Center, Bradford HighSchool. .
"Veterans can use "
work on the Lawtey Volunteer the community center' work- education and training only within ten arithmetic Turlington said. .

Fire Department building a release programs where inmates years from date of their military The program was prompted by the New Horizons; Focus on Women
ramp for the handicapped at the who have eighteen months or less discharges, he said. free enterprise-consumer education

old Bradford County Courthouse left to serve on their sentences "The VA now pays a monthly mandate from the Florida legislature, Biology & Human Values, Emphasis on.Women
of $311 to a veteran
allowance single that such subjects .
take in the which specified as .
out ditches in jobs community.A
cleaning drainage may to school full-time. Blackwell
going apartment rental, grocery buying, Intro.. to Ho Decorating ,
Starke, and painting work on the spokesman for the DOC said. "I said. $370 to a veteran with one borrowing money and car purchasingand _
City Hall and Fire Station in don't know how to account for the dependent. $422 to a veteran with two maintenance as well as other Exercise for Women
and $26 for each additional
substantial decrease in dependents living requirements be
Starke painting several churchesin escapes dependent." day-to-day

the Lawtey area work on the from work-release programs. Veterans are also paid VA worked into existing classroom -- Cake Decorating 'I, ..

Head Start quarters at old RJE There are no locked doors and no allowance to complete their high curriculum. '
school maintenance work at fences around the centers. Thereis school education and train on-lhe-Job Bradford county students in the *-- -- Beginning Drawing ,

several cemeteries in the county, just an incentive to do well and or In apprenticeship programs. pilot program will be in grades four, Blade American Culture

serving chicken dinners that get out of prison sooner." ,J

raised $1.500 for a trip for the CRID cot Nutrition for Children I .: .
Senior Boys baseball team, and But whatever the figures '' .
(Decoration of Eggs) "
numerous other projects. indicate the fact remains that ,.0 eiti ii Eggury .

the communities of our area have pl1I Bridge, Beginning
This volunteer help will also many improvements today that "
they would not otherwise have Bridge, Intermediate j< <
make possible construction of the I c
new chapel at LCI and is likewise had except for voluntary work 1tION G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER Basic Supervisory'Skills for Women

accomplishing work on the by inmates of these institutions. I Publishers Tennis i

g' -,. /. .4tt ?i.Nl, NIt +Vi4 hlR/' : it Published each Thursday and entered as second Class Mattr -OTHEH COURSES (Please list).

at the Post Office.at Stark*. Fla., under Act ol March 3. 1879. .
G ,-' Further Information can be obtained from Bernard McFadden,SFCC Starke
: Subscription rate In trade area '7 Per Year 4 Six Month, Center representative at Bradford High, phone 964-9383. or' Mrs Theresa

"" Outside trade area: 'a Per Yart-.." Six Months.Phon Holiday. SFCC board of trustees member and a guidance counselor at BHS
phone 964-6092.
'r bsfs: The ls being conducted by the Office for College Projects Santa Fe
oldi survey
.opU* it WM considered bad luck to rtfar to r h, :
Among torn primitive p 'Stark, Florida
Q64-830S 'dial'- Community College with the cooperation of the Bradford School BoardD..A '
by name. They were spoken of e. birds instead.

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RJE Complex Use To Be Discussed t A UF Shows Food Stamp Program Effective

I by Rec. ] VP.1.Student Paul P.le&d AsllatlnaGAINESVlU.EUnlveralty between Induced. the Davis found a gelation' ,.
Dept. and Concerned Citizens amount of supplemental I
nh of income provided by food stamp and .
I A Florida research show that the Food the total food extxmfiitTe! of FSPpart.k'ipantl.
7 hearing Is set Tuesday, Dec U, at board of directors of the stamp Program FSP, both alone The Income supplement I
pm. at the Starke Recreation Citizens Concerned ration and the city his no busutea* 'land In combination with the or bonus value of the food lamp to. the
Department (the old armory) for the Mrs Walker said she feels paying for utilities for the RUE gym (Expanded Food and Nutrition value of the bonus coupon minus the
City Recreation Committee something can be worked out The city has long ? Education Program EFNEP I
': to Council electricity to a purchase requirement kv
attempt to work out an agreement for Wilbur members Oglesby and operate field and gym lights for the effective In Increasing buying power Davis found that amoK/FSP
use of the former RJE school com Committee the city's Recreation Recreation Department at the varloitt' and improve the diets of program participants*,, far every doltarraBrnase
plex. then set up the Dec 12 park in town Including RJE. participants.Participation. in earned income, total I food
I Conflict over the use of the RJE meeting The for the two groups to meet Cunningham said he wants to keep In each program expenditures Increased six cent For
r since lex school past year been Recreation Department has the Reno recreation program open. resulted In Improved nutrient Intakeof every dollar Increase In food stamp
the board leased the having trouble scheduling Fender said if some agreement for participants, said Dr. Carlton bonus value. 45 Cents. was spent on
entire former school comofpBradfordd activities In RJE Sgt.
Cpncerned Citizens seeking permission to use the com the Recreation Department will have Capps Retires UF' Institute of Food and Among Individual whQ were
County, a private non-profit corpora- plex. Jess Wolbert, attorney for the no choice but to have. children from Agricultural Science (WAS). eligible for food stamps but did not
:, lion formed for the betterment of the all Concerned that Citizens said Wednesday the Reno area bussed to the downtown Sgt Browsed (The Ball) Capps "The cash coupon exchange participate In the program, for every
Reno community The city Hill pays Is necessary Is for an agreement recreation center, the old armory and retired. Nov It at Camp Blinding mechanism as operated In 1970 dollar increase In earned Income 13'.
utility costs for RJE gymnasium for use of the facility to be Pratt Street Playground, for activi from the lorMa National Gourd after combined with EFNEP participation cent were spent of food.
activities through the Starke Recrea- agreed upon between the City Recreation ties. In fact Fender said, many black serving nearly 29 year lasting no longer than 18 months, The larger the family size the more
'"tion DePOrtment but the Concerned Department. and !the Concerned: children already participate In the An artillery repairman 8gt. Capps however, appeared to be most effective the bonus value of the food
Citizens, not the city rec department, Citizens. downtown recreation program. was acknowledged expert. machine effective for increasing the nutrient stamp was found to be in Increasing "
IIIOW', has Jurisdiction over use of the Charles Cunningham, city Recrea If the two group could meet the guns In the tlltt Maintenance Co., Intake of low income households," food expenditure. The FSP appears* '!
center. The Issue was brought up tion Department who matter could be negotiated and something Armament Section. Rome lit pel-Mas said Davis. to act a* an income equalizing I
iTuesday night to the Starke city handles the Reno recreation employee worked out, Mr. Elisabeth attended the retirement party at the Information obtained from spring, measure between male and female-'
g council by Councilman Ted Oglesby. says he can't plan activities program in the, Walker told the city council. 'Mr*. Enlisted Men's Club at Blinding. 1978 survey record of EFNEP headed households since a larger I
Walker, participant In Polk County and food of female-headed '
RJE for was present the meeting asa Including Geaeral Keasedy C. percentage
gym now basketball
If the two groups could meet the Recreation Board season member of the newly appointed city Bullard. adjutant general of the nutrient Intake responses of households are In the poverty I
"*> matter would be negotlatedl said Mrs. Fender told the city Member council the James adjustment board, but is also a Florida/ National Guard ihowa above participant in the FSP enabled Davis category, said Davis. t
./ Elizabeth. a of the cerned Citizens Con; member of the board of directors of with St Capp to look at how nutritional levels differ
II_ are a private organi the Concerned: Citizen."r .,_, ... between FSP participants and non- .

Middle School u. .participants."One objective of the FSP la to arAriv qp.fF

| ; Band Sets Christmas Concert Dec. 15 provide nutritionally adecma': dietsto

low Income households by ..
The Bradford Middle School Band' Increasing the purchasing power of .tt"(
Christmas Concert Is just around the the households The EFNEP l Is >
corner, with the annual holiday event designed to Improve the nutritional
scheduled for Friday knowledge, food economy expertiseand The system of tiling fingerprints
December 15, at 7-30 in the Bradford i food preparation skills of low for Identification Wit
High School auditorium. ,, v, Income households." said Davis. started by William Hcrtchel
a Director Michael Woodfin states the djt Assuming that malnutrition and of the Indian Civil Service. I
undernutrition In 1858, at Jungipur, India.St .
rt band will be sporting a different look l are partially Income ..
ii}with new uniforms received this year. ..T..

0>>The show band Is also larger this year, ana Edwards ChurcH Hall Every Saturday 8:00: P.M.
i( will feature varied musical
.offerings, as well as some special
I guests.
", The Hampton Elementary Band
with many members who began their
instrumental 41 1 N TVmpIo Aw !Srarko: Fin
careers this year, will W
be one of the guests for the concert. 1J
Another guest will be Mr. Terry
Moo, a well known trumpet artist ,
(from Gainesville, who owns and .w
,imanages the Instrumental section of
(Sabine Music Center. Mr. Moo Is a
graduate of Englewood High School Wishbone M I
.and the University of Florida, and
was lead trumpet for the university's '
.Jazz. Band I for many years.
,ether groups: on the program
Include: the beginning and '

;.school.(Intermediate bands from the middle FRIED CHICKENU.S.

Tickets will go on sale December 11,
ll.for adults and .30 for students Director Michael Woodfin and the Bradford Middle mall concert every day, with the concert ed--;:
Tickets Can be purchased from any School Band are getting tuned up for their annual Christ- Friday Dec.I5, at 7:30 In the BUS auditorium. I 301 S. '
,band members of from band parents.
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; Building Priority ListWith I r, n.owAirnoiii! I e Vishb*

some trepidation but little $167.000 and the remaining five I .pmm i I
choice the Bradford School Board $694.000 IL
unanimously adopted a new building The remaining five projects I I II f
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Tom Casey. Middle School. The school board Is In'
The superintendent pointed out that the process of setting a work session Your Utility Bill Is300 A Month I 2 pieces v
he had little choice in making his to decide how to get a BMS cafeteria I [
recommendation of the 12 projects on that meager allowance the onle riipiYptArci't; dyiiri9'; 1f00lyticii( [ $119'CHICKEN
okayed by a team of educators in a portion of the total of $837.000 which I | I I
five-year building priority survey the can be spent on a cafeteria since .
week previous to Nov. 20. State public classroom space must be finished Ray's Electric Of Keystone Heights

:education bond money can be spent first. The board can spend the $70.000 I I i 1 Large Ear Of Com and a Hot Roll.
.only on those projects approved by the because It Is left over from a 1r72! $1.2 Now Offers Surge Suppressor That Has A Track '.
survey, team and approved by the million bond issue paid off with state ,

Mate Even Department before the new of Education.site survey the from license state tag Board taxes, of which Education is different bond j I Record Of Cutting Kilowatt Hours Used 10-35 % I II Sale Price With Coupon Reg. M"

,Bradford school administration had funds. This Coild Mean Hundreds Of Dollars To You I
:decided to proceed with three The board has to determine whetherto I I I
..projects 1)) fencing because of remodel part of the present middle For Pore tlon Call Good Only Thurs Friday Dec. 7 -8
safety to students, at Lawtey school or figure some way to cut I Y'S ELECTRIC :
Elementary and Bradford Middle corners such as using school labor,to I L erl4733 6i 1 I t
'School $32050.; 2)) replacing heatingand build a cafeteria with the 70000. - - -.;: _
cooling units in individual rooms
'In Building 3 at Starke Elementary i
)and Buildings 8 and 9 at Southside
: ; 3) erecting -. -
etoari Bradford Middle -

School/ Into individual enclosed

.C.assrooma, 100000.
t All three of the above projects have
;been consigned to architect Craig
Salley.. Bids are currently being
''sought\ on the fencing at LE. Bids on
,the fencing at BMS will be asked

shortly.Bids will be asked shortly on Ir IJI IN CMtlNN { tii /
replacing heating and cooling units at J .3/
some 25 rooms at SE and SS with that i eo0ros3o
winter.project to be completed early this

Erecting: walls in BMS will probably i Vv ,
take place next summer Architect 0 t7v1r II i r I It
Salley met with BMS teachers just w Y # r
before school was out last term but i1 o r''! !t \ -r r ', l ft 'T
the project has been delayed by the q

by'time it the takes State to get the Department plans approved of I I. a. \\Jr V I \ 1V 1i % \ fv

Education.Since it was impossible to 1 ; ;, u P
complete the project last summer it -
will have to wait until school Is out in

197}. ,,
The school board at its Nov. 20 "
meeting named a committee of ,I' : 0 lip rf, l 4 I 1N
attorney Jesse Wolbert business
manager Eddie Douglas, and board 1
member Arthur Gaskins to Interview o u
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architects for the remaining five
building projects possible within the 7

commission years.$837.000 interview The available board architects of Is$5.000.01'required In the when by over law is a o .L..' : l1T\\\\\: fi. 7

expected to be Involved. \ : ; ,.

The remaining five projects. 'l : ) \ I
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planned within the next two years.The
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in state bond funds and expects J 1 i ; 7, ity; 4 4i "
another $360.000 from the state this /
coming July 1, I total of 837000. / Y

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. Special Antlerless Deer Hunt Set at Camp Blending rT: w T i

A six day special antlerlen deer applications Is December 1$. There I Is According to Jim Hubner,Florida quickest most efficient way possible. _
officer the
hunt hat been set by the Florida no charge for the permits, which will Same Commission Qt.
Game Commission in the Camp be awarded In a random drawing. DeNemours DuPont Company.wllt pe Game Report
will have an equal extending their mining operation
Elandina Wildlife Management Area Hunter applying
hunter will be allowed Although there have been more
north of Keystone Height,with bucks chance to participate in the spwlalhunt therefore I II
.. thin out the dense deer population hunters in Balndlng this season the
and does legal game. will have no place'.lae harvest has been somewhat
deer deer
will hunters are aske since the
Hunting dates be January 12-14 When applying
the weather.
due to dry
and 19-21, following the Northeastnelon' to Hat their choice of date and the to go. lower I
such as wild hog will be made by the No other game
big hunting final assignments
regular game
turkey will be allowed. 11.188 hunter have entered the
season. Game seasons only still- hunters Banding erve as opposed to 10,761 I Il
hunt will be
will be The Blanding
Only 100 hunter per day special haven this
in ,
allowed area during
confined of woodland last year.
allowed to participate In the hunt, to 4.000 acres .
of hundred and deer ;
hunting fifty-four
nine days One
of SR-225
of SR-lfl and south
which are set up on a special permit north
of Some Florida bow-hunters and have been harvested so far under lastyear's
basis. which has a large deer population .
have complained that 192 harvestTurkey
Deadline for obtaining permit about one per 13 acres. they muzzle-loaders weren't given doe-day hunts,in Is up this year with 41 over l
fear I: the Blanding reservation. Game Commission last year's harvest.As .
I officials say that primitive of November 26, (there have been 'i
weapon enthusiasts were not included*\ 38 wild hogs 91 quail \988 cat squirrel
In the hunts because the Commission 68 fox squirrel and.one rabbit reported
''i;: Think of it wants the herd thinned In the I harvested. I'

? as cashnot ':}. County Gives1,000 I' to BoostArea 1'.Ib'"t

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trash! 4-H ProgramsAt
FSP employee attending the Correctional Training Institute were (seated,
the Monday, December. Brad.":;'" only 20 percent of his' time working for Patrick L, Arnett John E. Flnle), 8r., Jim Thomas. Standing are Raphael J.Pantoa .
ford County Commission meeting; other .4-H groups III Union County. Larry L. Fletcher, Alvin L. Greene.On .
County Agent Bobby Taylor asked for: Taylor stressed the "good this t t t t *
and received a ",000 allocation to go agricultural program 'does for the '..,
towards an Increased .4-H program in" youth of our community" as he asked "..
the county. for the monies which will pay part of ,
As Taylorexplainedthefundingwill Parrlsh's salary as well as program -> OEEtFCC'tl : "
allow 4.II Coordinator Lowell Parrish expenses.
to spend 80 percent of his time work.
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.4 Ing with the youth agricultural pio- Commissioner Hazel Paulk long a :
gram in Bradford where before he member of state agricultural
,. spent only 30 percent of his working committees endorsed the request
week In this county A recent 4-H. She joined Taylor In saying Brad-- ... .
shakeup In Northeast Florida made ford's 4-H organizations statewide M...'.
the change passible effective January reputations and said granting the ,I
1, because rarrlsh will now have less request would "be a dream come '
responsibility elsewhere, spending true." November 11 the Bradford
Bassmasters returned to Orange

CASH IN ALUMINUM BL11rr FAbtaY, GREEN'S RESTAURANTOn Lake tournament., for their regular monthly

et your nearest Reynolds Aluminum Hwy 301 In Starke This was the third tourney In
Mobile Recycling Units and Centers succession: on Orange and Lochfoosa

and get 17$ a pound. '. Hrs. 5:00 AM 10:00: PM. Lakes had mixed for the emotions club. about Some the members Idea of

.. having the third In a row there. I
Yes.Reynolds now pays 17,a lb.for all-aluminum *:' 7 DAYS A WEEK normanlly frown on this myself but
beverage cans,clean household aluminum and really haven't fished Orange and
other clean all-aluminum items It properly prepared we
So start collecting today I IIt --r PHONE 964.9977 Lochloosa due to the low water.
In and be I I '" Since the lakes are up, it is how a
s easy to cash aluminum you'll surprised
how much clean aluminum you have at i f OWNER ROGER GREEN prime time to fish Orange and
home and around the neighborhood. 'I, THE Lochloosa.
Recycling Is fun It keeps your neighborhood .it FORMERLY MANAGED BY RAY & MILLIE WILLIAMS I did not personally fish this
clean and conserves valuable resources and BRANDING |IRON tournament since it fell on opening
energy. 40 YRS. RESTAURANT. EXPERIENCE day of hunting season according: to
So In all the aluminum you can and get all reports the fishing was pretty
cash :
extra for Christmas. good. expecially for three
Here's where we are 'IWE Halsma! ters:
SPECIALIZE IN STEAKS I CHOPS The weather was fine, another one
Reynolds Aluminum t 0 so of those Indian summer days. At 6:30:
Mobil Recycling Unit At Bradford Square Near TOY Store ITALIAN SPAGHETTI I WITH" MEAT SAUCE ............................. 82 a.m. all Bassmasters headed for their
U 8. 30t 3. ((837 S. Walnut Stl 9:3O A.M. "tOO A M.:.<. M\ -'I favorite fishing holes and at 6 p.m.
I Every Tuesday Excapl. Dec. 20 With Tossed Salad & Garlic Bread they Patrick returned Welch safely flexed for his the weigh-in muscles

i \ .; CHILI ,, and.walked. away the winner with
Reynolds ; '
HOME COOKED ,.j. '" Elwood Smyth placing second. Terry
Jackionvllla Recycling Canter S2S2 Shawland Road Mundorff landed the largest bass of
: Monday Saturday 0 00 A M. 8 GOP M. the day.
I understand Pat Welch returned to

Phone e04/71 t.0811 Exoapl 00 26 271100022025251C FRI. & Sat. SPECIAL x 16 OZ. T-BONE STEAK .,..,........,.....,...... $425 Orange tournament Lake and Saturday landed following another fine the

I e Call this Baked PotatoTossed Salad & Garlic Bread string of bass.December .
} d'.wraaP.e. toll.freenumber 9 has been set for the
C dale of the December tourney. .
0 0 0 0 o !me DAILY SPECIAL: sA, WORKING MAN'SMJ lj CND '\ t Saturday Hoping to Dec sec 9Base all you Bassmaster" .J -. *
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5 "000. .his own'rig for only Old Watch] / \

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NAPA tractor/trailer rig will make a hit under your tree i

t I on Christmas morning. It's a $17.99 value, but right now you r.. Stop In And See Our I
I. can pick it up at your local NAPA store for only 1195.
This NAPA over-the-road replica is built of sturdy steel and ;''; Selection Of ,

is equipped with a sleeper compartment simulated chrome !, ', Large Jewelry. (
; horns, lights and exhaust stack. It even features simulated GB "
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'furnovers'Mor Losses to East ide and Bishop KennyTornado

Cagers LosersBradford's :( First-Two Times Outtied :1 j

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71 one and then they beat the beck and six boards. j
forward Raynard Jones led the Bishop Kenny ,
mIatake-ridden 6-3 out of us In the other.
their tint two winners with points while football- Bridferd55basketball Bradford finished the night with a 'f
tornadoes drop games to star Ron James added IS disastrous third quarter spelledn "I tell you though, they were noWoo-ahabbpMpercent.field. goal ,
regular unbeaten clubs by a total of 23 potnU.Oftlnesvllle markers and Arthur Galney chipped doom A for BUS as the Toradoes lost a tough." Adkinson said of the now 4-0 mark on 26 of 47 Mooting From the ,
the hit 7 o(13 only 54 percent
14 point Crusaders "they're probably line BUS ,
Eastslde quickest team we'll face all season." I
Bradford 5-4 speedster Maurice Roulahc I
typified the BK run and gun style }
outscored BIIS INS I* It II
The hosting Rams coastedto topping the winners with 28 points, SK /11 rr n y yat
and ', I
first quarter ASMS.Cwtar /
24-15 In the right at his early Mason average N I f
an 11 point win In the Tornadoes'regular *.**,I.Ut4,14' MoHltMl.H .....11 ,
season opener Friday, Dec 1. FVazier Bass again led .. MallitttMt-*..i..|.|t,Cummlnd; +>!, r
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head coach Warney .1 Mills *
As Bradford the I the Tornadoes In scoring with 16 55.45.41.M....._n..-...1'11'' *'I*,IhannoftMaMWMMrlt is
Adkinson said, "we kept cutting and ., ,. _
and markers on seven field goals a 1_'",., t. 4l8A .
lead down to three or four points pair of charity tosses and the 5-7
then we'd throw the ball away and the collected six rebounds. Ben
lead would balloon back up to nine '

points.Really,though,we played, well ./ ... ('ill'1f .... .. fI.J Ross had his most productive night of ,llolle, Palatka Next Up (.
1. .. with 15 and a
first points
for that quarter. .. the young season
except .M1 : ; have threegames
The varsity cagers 1
Tornadoes committed 27 .. .. team-high seven rebounds
The \,
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In the with 18 coming ,' I Cummings added 12 points I
turnovers game 7' \ Dwayne Bass led BUS
1"" ....tbre.klngraaler
In the disastrous first half. In last ;" ; ',\ IIIIIIIIt1 "
week's preseason loss to Orange i" ',!,Jt.>, .:,;. -_ .. ':' ; ::] _1 with 12 points and chipped In three /.I
first regularseason
turned the ball over 34 ": > assistin Bradford's t
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times. ,; a. ...: game at Es tild*
"Their starters averaged about 6-2, dimming, number 21. leads a Tornado fastbresk up the floor Starke for the ,,'
the coming
would killed on Augustine
so I thought we Eastslde last week. c'
Gainesville lonlfihtiTImi'ftday.
probably outreboundedthem gains but the tough Rsms tooksdvantage Tornadoes home opener
boards but we rebounds
sod seven
just the turnovers thatkllleJus Cummings bad II points f Dec. 71', The 'Yellow
it was BUS turnovers for a 60-49 win. "
of losers to Bishop
,"Adkinson. laid "I told their Jackets were 21 point
coaches before the game we'd be In two point halftime lead and their Kenny last week but a-6': scoring star I
Adkinson was again disappointed week to Jacksonville will become eligible
lucky to get 14 rebounds. BIIS snared free throw shooting. second game of the Angleo Anderson ,I
club's should
33. his Bishop Kenny Tuesday, tar Thursday's game and
6.1 senior Dwayne Cummings been out December S. mike SA u much tougher outfit In hisrirst
hasn't even .
battle the taller Rams on the "Cummings and he hits "We were working our tails off and ,. -, "," appearance of the season. (
helped football)
reboundsto here (because of smooth 54 percent In the ;' \\\jJ.\ 1)1 IS will resume Its rivalry with .
finishing with seven and shooting a ,
boards, throws as a
go with 11 point. Center Kevin seven out hit of eight nine out free of 16," Adkinson first half and then they came out and _s& '!\;.;;,, i I'alatku Saturday, Dec. 9, at (he
Miller added nine boards and five team we Cummings demolished us in the third quarter'<27ID ,1'1" iI... I'unther's home den The Tornadoes .
Not counting
had to contend with 6-5 lamented. moaned Adkinson, "and they ......1Bradford ,'\ Miller
points. BitS hit two of eight from the charity -l', ,..' !:/". but squeaked out a Mi-
Eastslde post man Val Brown, and didn't do anything different than they ,.mtlOl' lust year
Adkinson said the 6-2 Junior Tornado stripe. did in the first half" ; .. !U win cnroule to the District
"did a good job Inside against. their Tournament champlor'hlp. Jackson- .
lde" tall Holies will be a home town
looks for help against Eut \ilk
Quiet guard Frazier Bass paced "That one quarter did It,"Adkinson guard Fred MoUls. far right IIPPul1Cnl1'ul'lIday. December 12.

BUS with 12 points and three assists INS 'I U II 4SMS MM continued, "we won two quarters;we defense. ,
with forward Ben Ross getting eight 14 I' II .. .

point. ..., ... _,1.Mrtil
4 on.a
Eastside Is now 2-0 and highly .Nt.c..r. SMN .....-. Hamilton n> ...... Martt H4.Cummlnti Vanguard
Il" I
I Rams regarded showed but Adkinson they respected noted his that club the SHtMCOMMI44 S.MI, Millar,1-M.BoMM Jm MTotal.l--l4.*II M-f-ot.i...Union.1.1.11'*. RUS Matmen Pinned 45-27 by t,

when they went to a slowdown late in OoMof-o-l-M.arwM
1.4 T.l.l U-4-4*. for 17- could get no closer. Vanguard won
the game to protect the lead. Bradford couldn't make up a .
0 deficit and the inexperience of four three of the last four classes. to. clinch $ /

8ATTEBIE9S new wrestlers as the Tornado grapplers the win
dropped their opening match 45- Heavyweight Allen Scott came from ,
BRADFORD BATTERY 27 to Ocala Vanguard at the BUS gym behind to get Bradford's fifth and ,
Tuesday, Dec. 5, final win of the right The 224 pound
FORMERLY CHAMPION'S "I'm proud of the way our kids hungin junior was down S-l and all but pinnedby
( there but we did have four kids Vanguard strongboy Ramon Lopez :Iddt '
RECYCLED BATTERIES) : wrestle for us that had never been in but reversed out of the predicamentand
W; varsity competition before and they pinned his man with 30 seconds to r
Ave. 964-7285 all lost. I that was the difference go in the second period.
838 N. Temple "Scott said of y .
said first Bradford "Man he was strong
year I
coach Ronnie Harris. his opponent "but when I was'just
SPECIAL wrestling "
ate... DECEMBER Harris said he was especially proudof getting started he was wearing out.

SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY DISCOUNT PRICES the tenacity shown by 121 pounder Ip"Tornado
Danny Nugent who literally came up Next Mitch: BK
New Batteries from his back and earned a pin midway Bradford will now face what Is
through the second period when expected to be a loaded Jacksonville
Size 22' from '22" S EXCHANGE Year Warranty he was down on the Scoreboard 9-4. Bishop Kenny team at home Friday

"Danny did a super Job," Harris December 8. Anthony Bright has escape on his mind en route. to an x-5
Siza24'sfrom28" EXCHANGE 3 Year? ,rantySiZt beamed, "I was really pleased to see "I know they are going to be super," decision 147 pounder In Bradford's U.Z1loli1 to Ocala Vanguard.
that kind of comeback, he was up Harris said of his next opponent' "I win by ,
Z1''ram '35" & EXCHANUE 3 Year Warranty against a good kid.'" Just wish we had them later\ on our "who we expect to 'urtis Bradley at the 100 pound slot
Nugenfs win gave BUS its first schedule and not to noon. varsity slots his club.1'angunrd .
other are will
the Tornadoes had losta his team to, get be awfully tough. The help.. .'c-t'r.' -
team points as Harris expects wrestlers but the ," I>' ,. I'
BATTERIES manned by youthful '"
ALSO RECONDITIONED forfeit at 100, a superior decision: at stronger as the season progresses/ said the return of l letter winner Bradford- -

If," From, M4..a ..0""'''. Inatoilotkwi Hot Included 'visitors)07 and a 170.pin at J14 o drop behh.: ,J. noting that all but of Nugent\his five are firstnightwinner's veteran ; Tcouch\Martin Slocum and the eligibility of Summary' u. .

EXTRA SPECIAL' Alan Montgomery followed Nugent iM-wvbBIV)win forwti lor.ThomatfV)4K.. ;
and with just 6 mmontll, 114WKMIW VI pin Brvmt 11 ;
reversal pin .
slick .
g; 3 Year Maintenance Free Size 24 Battery at. with a In the 128 pound match to 1 rs 131 Nu 4 nt iSI pin MIIMtan ':01, .!>, MHII.ornery
1:16 gone ill pin M. Million nui IM ''''"11'/1.
to within 12-17 before NC h".''' '' I/'
Bradford P' 90 140. BulltrlV I )
'3000 Plus Exchange pull ld 11/1110. .|. ., ( ... IS) pin
C ]J Vanguard claimed wins in the next right lead Martin ilti l"t 0....* iv) pin 1.11! Iilti II'
0)c All Types M.F. Batteries available three weight classes to boost the Oman IV)plnM.tnn.li,n/, 210 .WllllrOVt pin
to 2712. Vrk f...I"d.II'n.U nllmltx1 IB) pin lap*!lilt.,
r I
CASH CARRY 147 pound Tornado Anthony'Bright ; .ttn..d

BATTERIES DEALERS INQUIRIESON broke the Knight string with a hard-
SPECIAL WELCOME fought 8-5 decision win and Bradford's __
REQUEST Henry Pete made short work of the Lake,Butler Hunt

PRICES GOOD THRU 157 pound match with a 57 second pin .. war
that clotted the gap to 21-27 but BHSse191hc9rcrharahcsaaracwtaatlcrlarlhts Area Closed
9.rradriwaEaEBr> Came and Fresh Water Fish Commission
W 909.c9r9aatretwlatr9rtwtrits/at9ea9aa9lic9attaac9acra9ut9a reminding all sportsmen that

the Lake Butler.Wildlife Management

I UU0 UlJ(3( ( 0(3aJ01I1GJ( urn IJ(3( ( 0Ci1IUrJB nrsdiord's Danny Nugent is on the Bottom here and was on the bottom of a M Area between"We will want December be to once closed again and to remind the 17. public the

score when became back to pta his Vanguard opponent In the 122 pound weight area's hunters that the take Butler
class Tuesday night. Wildlife Management Area will be
BUTLER APPAREL closed for this two week period." said
Major Larry Martin. Regional
I, Manager( of the Northeast Region for

j 1 Blk. Hwy 100 REALIZED I 'HOW the"This Commission.Is a similar situation to what
.- we hud In the area last year said
Lake Butler Martin. "and we want sportsmen to

li Turn By Union General Hospital MUCH THEY DO"Few be aware they that hunt they or will trespass be in violationif in the

management area during the closed

i NEW AUTHENTIC ..1 people do realize how many unseen! do- period."
stated that when
for even the simplest Martin!
I t tails are ,necessary It will
'" management area repoens.
V WESTERN DEE CEE funeral service. At our firm capable hands through the end of the
trained in a long tradition of personal service, 4 ; \ remain regular deer open season,which Is January
SHIRTSPEARL handle these scores of details with 'quiet ,'.,,i ;Ii: '. 7. W 79. '
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4 thoughtfulness. No service is too. simple to :.", ,
SNAPS I rr,, command all their attentive ,and understanding Pop Warner'

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$1175$1375MALE 3r Iwx DeWitt C. Jones 'Benton Futch:: Bradford's Pop Warner football
association will be holding an end of
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Denims & Cords Harold Johnson season -
( I Starke Elementary School.
i JR. Satin Trims The covered- dish dinner for the
I JEANS a j' 'eWitt C. Jones teams will startat 7 p.m. at the school
Various Pocket''' cafeteria. Saturday night Dec. 9,
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'a',...tx>< s J11I"l Tornadoes
from behind? .bit. ?the come scored BH3 $-, at the free throw line a1.-MOC........,.,K.WMb.r 11.4..A........ boards came afar hnptea.Iest.
road Tuesday. for the win The JV hit better than 70 ...., MUM-4V.IC.4_a.e4. 1.111.. ,....;.c_ :"We were lucky..te4eMe. !
Dec 8, to wtp Jacksonville ., ,. .. ,,_ Brad
Bishop percent of their fret throws but went 544 SlB* rtli t -* TMM ; (trainer; Bradey GraoMMwntl
Kenny 57.110 to .'M"
openly week 01 to the line 2T
basketball. only seven time*. Hancock aald "be >-
JV Phillip Sawyer paced the BHSS7-BKM patched upan cihee.JU* arillead
The t sitgame
.keened their comeback win BUS effort with. U point the kind of baUaan.bx3 i'
record at 1-1 after a rebounds both team high, while 1 them at halftime (when they r r- -
JFriday, December were down ZJ-33) it wee our ballgama aKerryr "
1, lost at freshman ?
Kerry Fisher had
Gainesville astrlder and nine to win, .it just mattered how bad we Fisher contrttutoil a J* prints eti ice
Lee points to'bounds. Center Charles wanted it and they came out and, and nine rebounds tw'..ska Baby t
collected .
I : : .lraatdde: seBl19 qae six points in the nine rebounds. to go with played like the devil," Head JV Coach Tornado cause with hl' ....*. player 'rk
game.MS Phillip Sawyer adding Ut atsn'Mr4s ad r
b rMv I\nIVed their wnfall Bob Hancock said of his player'scomeback ft boards. k y= fir,
In Jacksonville. .9l
"wen" e d igh's.Baby Tornadoes M n .i .sophomore victory center :Charles Lee BUS was still down u4 j going into.
nipped M1 by Gaines vUle ale Ie.* It S44 led the second half shaking. offa the last stanza but as HMMOCK Mid
EasbJde/ 1Q .
The hosts their season. opener. ...MS L.. ., .. ,. .. badly cut lip that sidelined him for "we Just worked banter'and .. -
bad enly+ one more field 1** Scwwr .1. MANILA good defense In the awl quarter/ ti,
the entire second to finish with
awY'Ne.1 period
144 M
Ulan the m> 14.4. 5,44.0 14.4
;,goal Baby Tornadoes but out- D.N.1 s44 .._....... Yew ...... I* rebounds and IS points. 13 of Lee'a The Bradford JV eMtyamd the It
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I ornaao Coaches: : oo.k.lac.f. .. l-i1 season ;4 ,,.. ,- oou-!:, '' \-.rJ: : '' ..... "V

Few football macro* wno OJOJi K Our other defensive people did a member or this rootoau team and backfield." nurse ....eenner.d. JV Starter Phillip Sawyer tries to Invent a shot aoaliut Calm>ttill FmHld
pilot an unbeaten. team are good Jobs," Sexton continued.. was a value for ...." "Mike Hartley inherit**}'* .......... ,.rMay night.teammates U*'ayne McHrlde. and Kerry t Inher look oa.
completely satisfied as a season "Frank Swindell is Just a The offensive. line was even more of defensive backfMd htMs-tuvtysor asa Sawyer had 18 point and 1 IJ: rebounds. BUS highs, .In a losing cause:
come to an end and neither are the sophomore and was a question markat a question mark at the beginning of varsity coach and I tbl'* he grew
football coaches at Bradford High the beginning of toe season but became the year with only one starter senior. with. them." j 1'f ..
,{:School but Head Coach David. Nurse along to become a steady player center Marcus Cruse, returning. A The second veteraw wwHa n..,...
,and his Toraado assistants are at and gain respect from our opponents. solid front line unit bad to be molded Cummings, RoHartithhnd"" feWfXner. Vale
least contented as they pack the pads "Kevin Reddish was doing a super out of an .Inexperienced group "Peabody" a.d.
up until another spring practice. Job at noseguard until he Injured his including seniors Mitchell and Woods Reddish and '" fratoe
When Bradford suffered twin losses ankle and the last half of the season Juniors Allen Scott, Jay Griffls. Ai for his unit ,
,in both the Spring and Fall Jamborees for him wasn't what he's capable of." Chapman and Johnny Bell and "All of them lead rEU.d leis
an eight win season seemed far too "Alton Moore had his ups and sophomore Ronald Matbewa. seasons seasons thatvtbey; cas'be
much to ask. and even a .500 season downs but he came on to play well and Coach Hancock (Bob* the proud of." the young notUA ssM.Hurse .
was a lofty goal..even. to Hum closed out a two year starting career Tornado ofl..lve.l1ne. coach) did a pointed out that. Bill! allowed.
"We started the season with an outstanding performance In fine Job of bringing those kids along only .19 percent complettm rat to
,apprehensively because we were not the bowl game." and getting them ready to play in a opponents and alse.: tooted' the
sure at all that we had enough "Isaiah Jenkins switched over from tough league." Hurse praised. deepback foursome's agtrawiTe, run
linemen to put a good offensive. and weakside. linebacker and did. a good "We had the experience backfieldand support as a "8J' It addition ta. our
defensive line ,together" Hurse steady Job and Timmy Jones who our linemen came onto give them total defense."
remembered, "and things looked helped.. at both defensive end and the help they needed," the BUS grid ."The kicking came waft good to ua
awfully dark after the Fall. Jamboree linebacker was a very valuable swing boss continued "Jeffery Norman this year aillo. Hurse'said/ "we
.where we were, by far the weakest man for us." finished out his career with a good didn't punt for a real goad average U3
team. I think people actually started "Another guy who was one of the season executing our offense and both yards per punt) 1Md. wt had no
feeling sorry for MS. In fact I nearly ,most pleasent surprises for us was Marvin Tyson Reddish ran breakdowns or mistake fflV punts and
got to feeling sorry for myself." Josh Sutherland. He was doing a good hard for us this year also thought when you consider-ttiwa*.* .ninth
"Defensive Coordinator Mike. Job for us as a swing. tackle before his Marty Chasta.n.played. very solid grader back there Qnd& a lot of
Sexton and share the feeling that you knee Injury and even after that he was football for us, both as a receiver and pressure we came ....wel1.*
should twe-plataoji completely as an Inspiration. to all of us because he as a blocker." The ninth. grade pickets ws. Scott
much as possible (no player going was down here every day after school "I would aay one of our strong Allen and Hurse also mentioned
both ways) but sometime you just ,with the team. He really wanted to be points this season was our defensive Scott's penchant for SM :yard bootsat n
can't help it," Horse continued. "This '- r.r:. ; ''' .z' .' ,," \ opportune time. "He**ua out ef Six
year was one of those times" It : : ', .::" ? trouble more than once""Hurse said.
Seniors Fred Woods and Marcus \:, "Our extra point and, field goal
Cruce did loads of double-duty on both game with Marcus Cnst* wasn't as Baby Tornado Kerry I Isher drives around an Kuvliilde drtrmlrr In the IIIISJV's
"'sides of the scrimmage line this ad consistent as it was last season but ho opening game loss,
season and other players, Dwayne kept us in game all year .tang with his tl.her. a ninth grade starter canned nine point and collected re-bound In
Cummings and Mark Mitchell for kicks and just knowing. N.... could the -IIMI Ion.
r Instance, also saw :action on both +" I y r kick a SMO yard f iddoa!helped us,"
offense and del..... c Hurse continued. "A faunas our kick
,. "I thought Coach Sexton did atremendous $ ',i 1 ri W #iIW ,'Pt returns we didn't de fee I touch with
job with his defense this r the returns but never hurt urstf with f' ,
season" Nurse praised "He took gala hH fumbles either." .: hosts !rr1.;!NCI'I,rum the fk>!id (nil UK hill ,j :l./txt/ .:uns t.I..lllilllt

some kids who didn't start out as good Yes Bradford'a football playersand sizzling 14 of l 11I11'011I lhi'vlturity MrlptS.' '|'lu- .n.iliNf: l ::!.Hi.ui.vN will ir) to
football players and had them playing coaching. staff ,wets very while IIIIS hit only 7 tit HI I rcrlilvn,,*. ', 1t'l'I'I. Ih"j!%tNgnlarh \\Ilt'n Ihl' IIII
good football by the first game and e disappointed. at not rectitnx" i the abatethat That's. terrible.:' Iliiiiuu-k noted V "I iIltIhlnlt': ; I'iil.illia.diKl, |11.111'1' in
they cojitiiaied to.Improve through the 'playoffs, and annual goaL but maybe '''*: T TVHi ", 'lilt'" IH'M, \ii't'k' "''. > .

year with probably their finest disappointment. wowed Just how I ., ,:. ;t, 'jiI.f:, {. ..,'... .
,. II It t/ .'.' / ,,;lill.I"111111)1.1.1.' .\ ."
had ;' ;
at the end of the much the team AKproved. A .
showing coming year .K M 20 0 I 10 vt'. :' .. ... \111/1"' to t Iowa
against Lake Brantley '(a 17-7 Tornado club that was an Hnderdog in /, j *" ;,rIIHI. 1I1I"hl/ 'l'ltlll'MI.J\| | ) : '! ,.,. .'. 'lot' a n ::Mil
Tornado win). He did a masterful Job the season opener against mediocre L..'.I.n.e.wirs" "It, MiF ". .r''''?..... l l' in i...MI.- in HI liS mni 1'.,Ilalka. i ill 1111
of utilizing the material." Macclenny (and a aesr-jkia; r as a ..>..hvr. ..1 I q. If...""14 ft. Dtt.r: IS. Tol.l .ft ..aI. 1,1n11'' lIturdll)'. 11'1'11I111'1' t1.

"Of course. we would have been R '4+' I 1 matter of fact seas, and .is 1111 *bt nn ..... *mm. 40*. O lh... .1.1.. :usl'iii.! nut, till* 111111.."\\III lxl > h.'I.dto.
more satisfied to be in the state a 4y disgruntled because. It wwHupptd 14-7 Tmi<......> 14..., "GU' 0..mend..' Ml, l ,llh. .1'\ 'rurn.hllk'n I III HllilllUT':UlI
by St. Augustine'a tea> that. 1.I.'. Sac.. .I.i. Killi. I JS. Cub'., .
playoffs but to end 8-3 is a pretty good nt. .iwvnnv. .. n 1 I 111 .l..I.nit1oct. bur 'liu..il.ij. Ucv. I I-:
said.. advanced to the Tot l .1.>0
accomplishment, Sexton We state quarterfinals.
had people do outstanding Jobs for us. '
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s'a tdtiaH KT Upends; All All Stars 18-3 In Men's, ]Finale. I

--4 -il Kitchen's. T1"-Wchfcwred to be from behind for the win. their t'l.! i'rtlKtt'I.hifpttrhCd puns to I.enfCth
R. A. 1Qbn cable during Uw rafutar .taon ;3iRainHt a HcnsnA: tinImll t. (:rent
par -edt.iii1\1JN! \ be"\ atojNsW M}F:ihwr a*'\Alt 'Jr KT ariPtatk1 t OWI'TO ,Creep '"""tlf.'lil.tt':3'"td d :.t'I.pJ"\Hhif It"vI"
a Star team aa tte 9fterVW| .M> Flag pitched a three yard TO pas to Bill ", slurs a 'I.I-IJ; 'Ivad when ll.iilc
Football League ftutanat, nifpad the Kattlif to even the count at 6.6 and threat to \\iIIia", :dune lor I la- extra
League All Starm ....W,.Kwday, then hit tall Dale Baas on a U: yard piilnt
(P 'December. 3. -wjt' scoring play to give his. team u 120 Kllclivn'it d\-,"-11111' throttled the
{ The All Stars, a-cttnpMit. Seniors Marty aaa"" matter D, and Marcus Cmee. wimbcr se. were other three teams'! in.the ........., regain the lead before halftime on a 1ullifr conntttotl MI ti 4ii* yard
vital. cogs la the Big Red machine this seasen.Chastala struck quickly a* 'uClejr .8u er" razzle-dazzle plav. Sinn.il.caller sloe touchdown PIIHH pl.ito lift "KT
excelled as a l blocker: and led the learn la receptions as a slotback DeSue aambled 79 yard .with the
while Cruce handled the place-kicking chores in addition to. anchoring the opening kickoff to put K* achiitd *fl
offensive line and prevUiag. late seasea kelp to the defensive free early! but the leagtss. lttngpina carne j

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Sealer. tackle Fred Woods was aa
..w-...."ler the Tornadoes In their Give him a gift of comfort and fashion toot ':* BIG brazierBURGER
8-3 season, startiag at the position on
both of fea*. and defense and leadingthe

Danny HUdebran really led our
defense with solid. play" the I

defensive mentor said.. came IN DESIGNER COLORS .,. DESIGNER COLLARS!
and the
back after a slow start played
last six or seven games like we knew
he could at defensive. tackle. Mark' Make a date at your 'favorite
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for us. Danny Hildebran is Just a natural I solids stripes and plaids to fctackJwlrTthis' $! :
with ''rl8slbi8Ziel'e )
Junior and we moved him from I )ok complete crispy
dcfensive.nd to linebacker before the I : t tx m..
season.He made the change very well (seasonSCOlorSChelTl9'And.\ wily I ,
and did. a real good Job in his first yearat ,
q at.a
linebacker, improving every game.
He'a : a good knowledge of the k'AH I,
game.cot this and.jnade in America tOOms {l r8ny' I ,1j

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The Lady Tornadoes varsity cage a ,_ Wk' % : -
squad opened; Its season with probably .. a. nl
the toughest team It will face this year _
and was roasted 67-22 Tuesday,
December 5, at Green Cove by Clay Bench
High.Bradford led early In the game and Z ypr r ":: ,, ,
Head Coach Jerry McGrlff said "we y ,. _
but then the n !5 21 ,
were looking good"
bottom fell out and tho ninthrankedLady \1 ( With Buddy Colling ':

Blue Devils never let up. Clay e ,
led 17-10 at the end of the first periodbut 1 ,
the lead ballooned to 37-13 by half-
time. L How About Next Year for Tornado Eleven?

Theresa Woody led the Bradford BUSGirls It's not too far fetched to be about the 1979 football season already.
squad with 12 points and eight Varsity BaHketballTeam All but the graduating seniors from Tornado bunch that took off their pads
rebounds. with Janice Berry snaring Eardey, rows Head Coach Jf'rry McGriff Robin Williams Sandra after whipping Lake BranUey 17.71n the Elks Bowl finale have thoughts of when
six boards and hitting for three points Bottom row <-*)I Melody Barton Janette Top Parley. Janice Berry Sarah Biggs. Peggy Crawf d. they will strap! the gear on again and you can bet Head Coach David Nurse and
In Theresa Woody. ,
and Sandra Darley chipping a Judy llankrmm. Vakry Chandler
his staff can t forget football for nine months. Rune will be revving up
bucket and six rebounds. Bradford welghtltftlng program shortly and he's been reminding the next"

Grade Open Initial Season: edition of the Tornadoes that the weight room facilities will be open over the
Clay,a team that has been In the 9th Cagers Christmas break.
state playoffs every year since Brad fL.fl "' a..t y It's Impossible to prognosticate year In advance but where this season's
i man. .. .. Robert ..*
with .w rag JTWII
ninth KODinson., a o-i !center, forwards a BUS' first-ever gradebasketball but
ford has fielded a girl's basketball due BUS club was experienced in both the offensive and defensive backfields
teamhad five girls score eight pointsor team will tin off its seasonon Ronald Davis,5-8 and Eddie Winkler Jimmy Diggs are also for plenty untested on both fines it follows that next year's club will be graytoothed In the
the road against the Gainesville 5-9, and guards Scott Hudson, &-3, andTodd of action while Rich Nugent and trenches but youthful in the backfields.
more. the .
KantsUic Baby Kams. Jac'kson2.. Top reserves are Herbert Hawkins round out squad."They'll Graduation will strip the entire offensive and defensive backfields leaving
"We'll have team, doubt Eddie Thompkins, a 3-9 center. all get to play a good deal, Allen.
a good no only starting Kenny Clark with substantial position experience. Scott
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..,. /1.,30.51. ..?..,,U about it.;" says a confident Rick forward and Kenny Griffis, a 8-7 Mike Jordan, and John Bennett will be the only other'players with any ball-
Slater, the first year coach of the School I handling experience entering spring drills and their game experience Is almost
,., freshman. Bradford High nil. Hurse does say all three benefited from practice time action against the
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ChaMlir- O.rl.y,..... "........... ..,.,. ...- ,}.. Main problem Slater will have to 1'7' varsity defense. Auen.who will be just a sophomore next year figures to battle
..'1.*...* Wllllamil-t. .1.l ll.-..*. Cr.wt.r. battle Is the lack of experience on his Grade Bask.tball Schedule JV starter Bill Goodge for the quarterback slot and Hurse says.that pair might
..... Tumf4.lt.CUy.'P roster. No player on the squad has Thu. Dec.? E..tlde l' Away'p.m. end up sharing the signal-calling role.
school competition behind him so the Thu. Dec. 14 Clay High Homo 5p.m. The coaches have already met with the players coming back and warned

.C..l m."/-..14M.tierl.i.l-ll.Hliml.II. head coach admits his first goal Is to Fri. D.c. 11 Buchholr Away 9p.m., them that next year's team,without a Marvin Tyson and backfield experience,
kxk (...>. Bam >.,.,. Z C.I...... !...4, "get them playing good team basketball Mon. Jan.' Hawthorne.. Home 5p.m. will have to throw the ball more.
JwiklM4-t.il. aurrM/.3.30, Tnm 35.1545. and out of the street ball-YMCA Mon. Jan. IS Palatla Home rp.m.Thu Tve told them that the more we throw and catch between now and Augustthe
type;i ,habit." r Jan. 18 Baker County. Away 'p.m. better we'll be," Hurse said.
'I want to get them to run a Mon. Jan.22 K..rllnul' Home I p.m. At 4.8 for the 40 yard sprint Clark\ the fastest player on the team and Hurse
BUS next play Easteide on the road controlled offense and learn to work Wed. Jan.24 Pakatlul' Away 7p.mo hal high hopes for him as a receiver. Others who could do some pass catching
Thursday, Dec. 7. The Lady Rams the ball in to each other," Slater said Thu. F.b.1 Hawthorne' Away Sp.m are Mike Teflon, David Sparks. and Richard Smith all defensive backfield
received votes In the AAA preseason "Our basic goal Is to get them used to Mon. Feb. SThu. Ea.t.lch v Home .I p.m. reserves this year, along with JV players.who are still really unknown quantities -
poll but lost to Clay earlier by better organized basketball and teach them Fib. Baker Count Home rp.m. until they battle on varsity terms in the spring.
than 20 points. The Lady Tornadoesalso good habits so they'll be ready to play Sat. F.b,1/ Clay High Away 5p.m. Jordan and Bennett are the early front-runners In the battle for.2 open
play on the road at Union County junior varsity" and. eventually varsity Mon. F.b.12 K.H.rlinus Away 5p.m. running back slot.Teston.Sparks,and Smith may also get spring trials as ball-
Monday, Dec. II basketball. Mon. F.b.1' Buchholz Hom. Sp.m, toters along with JV graduates.The .
Slater said he'll start Mike offensive line will undoubtedly be a strong point next season. Hurse notes I

*.+.+.+*+.+*+*+.+*+*+*+*+*+*+*+*+*+*+*.*+*+*+*+*444 ++*+*+.+ 444444, that interior five coach players Bob who Hancock started: has at one said time"the or thing another that this excited year will me return about this and

a .. season is that so many of the linemen I worked with are coming back." Allen
...... Scott Ronald Mathews, Jay Griffls, AI Chapman and Johnny Bell all started at
.-. .. least once this year and will anchor the 1979 line that will be without only center: ,
.. Marcue Cruce and tackle Fred Woods, admittedly two stalwarts
.. .. The defensive front won't be quite as well off but it should be strong.
.. Sophomore Kevin Reddish was the leading Tornado tackier until an ankle
..tJ .. Injury slowed him for the last third of the season and he has two more years to
+ play the noseguurd position that is crucial In Bradford's defense. One other
.. .. starter burly tackle Frank Swindell, who also has two)'earllert. will return to ,
oa .. the front line but replacements for Woods and defensive ends Alton Moore: and
4a Mark Mosley will have to be found. Junior-to-be<< Jimmy Wright should man one
end slot Two solid linebackers still have their senior seasons to play. Danny ,
t Hlldebraa was the signa l-ca lIer-and a top player for this year's stop crew while
Tlmmy Jones came on strong in the last half of the season to nearly qualify as a
'P\ starter as a third linebacker and backup defensive end.
Id SAWfER-SUDi it The defensive backfield will have to be completely retooled but the parts
Stars It seem to be there Mike Teston. Richard Smith and David Sparks looked good
enough in practice and limited game action to warrant optimism and llurse
A GIFT SUGGESTION FOR DAD 't also Has hope that some junior varsity candidates come through to round out
the backline.Teston Is especially promising\ a safety:
'4* oeqMo.del1000' 't The Bradford head mentor expects kicking to be a strong point next season.
Give I Mom A Gift S, Scott Allen did a very creditable job as a punter in this his freshman season,
44 You'd newer know It to look at It,)but this la our 't but Hurse said the position Isn't set for next year because a handful of players
economy model Sam.rugged construction a* ... including Sparka,and JV booter Kenny Grlffls have expressed desire to take
.. all the other Charmglow BarbequMUluat a little .. the long snaps next season. '. .
She Needs mailer and wilh a nickel/ plated ooakingt grid, But tt r.. The place-kicking game Is another ire where players are already throwing ,

.Nil imokat. barbequeiand-on (lOp of that, 4. In their bids for the job.Allen,for one. has been doing some overtime v.ork with
1 does grill practically everything kitchen range can do. .. the kicking tee and Hurse is betting the loss of two year kicker Marcus 'ruce
.. s won't be so hard felt as it might have been.
ALL G E Some economy model i Nine starters counting Timmy Jones and punter Scott Allen I will return next
M year barring Injuries or other unforeseen occurrences and a couple of other
sometime starters are due back so it will be a fairly experienced bunch. Just
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; WASHERSNow how good a team it will be depends on what happens between now and then. \
'). Physical and mental growth. injuries, transfers (tin or out), and surprise
4' Total!cooking.r'ac.-235' 't showings by JV alums and new players will all have their effects on the team

.: .. ,,' tq In Rated approx. 25,000 .. that will do battle In a new district alignment with Gainesville Kastslde. ..
a \ ,." "' ," ) BTUi per hour. 4. Buchholz Santa i t c, and Live Oak. .......
(fl.: ;. : On 't My own opinion Is that it will be a good solid team that might again battle for
'X r a district title if the schedule allows the young offensive backfield to grow up
,. .; .. before crucial games are to be played. Watch for the defense to be very, very
4* .. strong with a couple of JV's moving up to help out up front and the green defensive
it SALE -- backfield doing itself proud. '
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't U 298 Bradford Head Football Coach David llurse promises he'll make a personalvisit
4 SNES s' 1 to Florida High School Activities Association head honcho load lay If
*; 'II l that governing body moves any closer to abolishing\ spring football practice."In .
4Tr. i ou''N w/Trade 4.. my opinion it will definitely lead to more injuries because we won't have
P nearly enough time to teach the young kids how to play their positions properlyand
4 \\0 I A Matching Dryer take care of themselves." .
*; of C't "Of course the quality of football will go down too." Hurse says A recent
4* 'J V Fp With Trade straw vote among principals went against V"r.e! :; practice by 174-104.( ....
t4e a rL Graded by .. St.Augustine,the Club that nipped BHS 14-7 for the District 5-AAA title had Its
4* I'I I' $21800 @/uxlrn :ear< Amertc.n: Gal .. season ended in the state quarterfinals by number one ranked Palm Hay but not
Asooclatlon .. before a fight. The Yellow Jackets lost 27-21 in overtime when a Palm Bay
'4* withnanahin '--_. defensive back returned an Interception 102 yards for a TD on the first SA play
WWAP.-'OOI Model DDE5300 g .. of: overtime' The 11-1 Pirates will now go to fourth-ranked Milton In one
4. that cooks outdoors semifinal Friday.The Panthers are 10-2 and beat Taylor County 20-7 last week.
t Defending AAA champ Bartow. a 41-0 second round winner over Arcadia
4* DeSota visits 9-3 Delray Atlantic in the other semi ...1"
.or in. A football recruiter from Davidson College of North Carolina came to
4* Bradford High and talked to Tornado running back :Martin Tyson for nearly 45
i' minutes last week. The Wildcats are apparently hot on the trail of Bradford's
4' ]MAGIC GHEE Other Grills Priced From 1,700 yard rusher. ,.
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"54* $15900 With. 1 Point Loss .

.. Bradford's JV girl basketball team collected an incredible :22 rebounds I
.. loht a heart-breaking 26-25 decision to and Hope Jackson had eight points in
4; Clay High Tuesday. December 5. the losing cause i i

4* GIVE MOM MORE TIME, FOR DAD FROM f after In the leading game. with nine seconds to go '

The IV Lady Tornadoes spotted the SKI M 1 ''I. M
t 11 hosts'a 9-0 lead but came back to takea CHI, 0 > n 4 >,.
4. L -, WI Trade IS-II halftime lead and make a ...i..J..* oni.t.L Moniti.4.i>,
"f'. ...... game of the affair until the end. With "..HI......wiiu...1..1.m Lw<...1,.".."........ ,,_... I
..4* .. --.. nine seconds to go the Bradford squad .... Mun.ofltO.... T...... Mil. I
lost the lead when a Clay basket madeIt CHI'Mvt lm M'll. Latlmir 1-4-4, PNw.r154.
BHS threw the Dull I, *rMk 1 3-,". '
26-23 and awayIn
t .:.:. $29800 haste. Bradford Head Coach Jerry I

.. .. ,McGrlff had wanted a time out after The Jgirls will next play
the exchange but didn't get it until it Gainesville Kastside; on the road
was too late Thursday December '7. and. meet
i !Mae Hollis led Bradford with 12 ,I'nlon County in Lake Butler Monday
points while Tracey Hankerson, Dec. 11.and.

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Annual Christmas N8 11- :; d" ooly

Tea Will Be Dec 15 J ele. J1I y 1.s/JOF 964.7608

M AI Dave Ubby. assistant vice-presi !
dent of the Methodist Hospital
Jacksonville was guest speak at Jf
tho Bradford County Hospital Auxiliary TAe Swettett SI"" TMt SW of Heaven moial Wj
I l eovered-dish supper meeting
Tuesday night of last week at the
Methodist Church Fellowship Hall. ,
Mr Ubby spoke on th. conversion
of the Hospitality Shop to a proposednew Nov. 28 In Raiford Center
plan of operation. The new plan Alpha Nu Chapter
a will be on a trial I basis for six months. 1 ,
President iklred Frick announcedthe Alpha 1 Nu Chapter met Tuesday Luclle Payne. first vice-president. chairman turned' the rest of the
annual Auxiliary tea for the hospital ,Nov. 28 at 7 p.m, In the Raiford presided In the absence of President meeting over to Marilyn Vellentta.who :
staff members doctors: and wives "'Community? Center.The Union County Martha Riherd. Marjorie Thomson of with Elaine: Wood and '
will be Friday Dec. IS. from 10 a.m. N members were 'hostesses and served Starke was introduced and welcomed Thomas presented a paper on
to 3 p.m. H. was also announced that ':dessert to the 33 members preceding as a transfer member Personal und Professional l Growth
I Tony Rose hospital administrator. Is the business meeting During the business meeting past Methods of obtaining scholarship
l giving a luncheon Monday Dec. 18. president Shirley Jasoneii of from the Delta Kappa Delta 1 were
from U am. \3:30p.m.: in the hospital ::1', Kim Nudera, Macclenny Invited all members to the explained, Music Chairman Tommlc
dining room for hospital formal ceremony on Sunday. Dec. 10 Nolin and her talented committee
employees and Auxiliary members. David McKnightTo at 3 p.m. In the Multi-Purpose Itoom roused much participation of nil
Mrs. Frick announced there will bea / at Macclenny Elementary School. All members by distributing musical
Cardiac Pulmonory Respiratorycourse To Wed Dec. 16 slate officers have been invited. The I""truments.lhl'rroy all could join
.,f\, for Auxiliary members for .j new chapter will be Gamma PI. Mu In. '
L each day from 10 a.m, to 1p.m. startIng Kim Nudera and David McKnight State> Delta Kappa Gamma. This f I'f
? Jan IS and lasting until Jan. 27. Mil be united In marriage Saturday. being the organization's 50th1anniversary The next regular meeting will Ix'! ....
The course will be held at the Hospital 'Pec. 16.at 5 p.m". in the First Baptist emphasis were on held In Starkc Junuiiry Hi.
given by Mrs Pat Ivey and Scott Church with a reception following in "Honor the Past and celebrate the The. meeting place Mill bi
Taylor EMT ,the church Fellowship Mall. Future." announced the January nownlellrr
: The Auxiliary voted to put new /? All friends and relatives are invited Ernestine Register program
,; H draperies in the employees dining ,vjto attend. ..
n' .::I IUlV
roll was announced the Hospital :

annual Christmas party for hospital .;
staff and Auxiliary members will be aJm3 JfOOm
held Saturday Dec.9 at the Woman's ,"
Club. Tickets will be $10 per couple. "
Call 9644X)0( ) Ext. 134 for reservations. ',

Mr. and Mrs. Len Moore Preceding. the business meeting a 'I aa = aa9 0 Qar

Beth Davis and Len Moore buffet supper was served and members
and guests were seated at a U
Married Nov. 25 at Pine Level Church shaped table centered with arrangements ., ,r
of yellow, white and bronze

Cindy Beth Davis daughter of Mr. a very sheer organza yoke highlightedwith pompoms.Hostesses were Arthurine
and Mrs. James A. Davis Sr., of touches of Venice lace The Blanchard Doris Overstreet. Jewell
Theresa became the bride of sleeves were full Juliet style of Robert, Ada Reddish and Linda
Leonard V. Moore.Jr".son of Mr and chantilly and organza. The bouffant Johns. ;
Mrs. Leonard V Moore .$r? of skirt of chantilly lace with the back
Starke. on Saturday November 25. at ,beautifully enhanced with layers of
7 p.m.. In the Pine Level Baptist cluny lace trimmed ruffles which Chuck Tetstone's
Church with Rev, Roman M. Alvarez cascaded down Into cathedral length ,t
performing the nuptials. train. A white satin bow secured her Housewarming
altar was a IS branch long cathedral length mantilla which
arch candelabra decorated with Errl was completely edged with a wide
fern. On either side were five branch trim of chantilly lace. She carried a Sunday D@C.10 }
and two seven branch candelabra old fashioned silk nosegay of white ,
decorated with pink and white miniature carnations. pink Friends of Chuck and Paula.
carnations and yellow pompoms.In sweetheart roses and baby's breath Tetatone are hosting a housewarming .
the foyer of the church was a with leather leaf fern and pink and Sunday. Dec. 10. from 2-4-30 p.m. at !
three branch candelabra decorated white satin streamers.A the Tetstones' new home on SR-18A.&\ 7"r
t with white statice, aqua and yellow reception was held in the church Hosts are Mr. and Mrs. Terry
pompoms, pink carnations and white Fellowship Hall. Dukes. Elder and Mrs. Robert Smithy
tapers. Also on the table was a white Rev and Mrs. Roman Alvarez Mr. and Mrs. Gerald W. Guynn, Mr.il'
bible. greeted the guests'at the door. Susan and Mrs. Martin Law and Mr and,
Mrs L. A.Canova.organist and Mr. Edwards; kept the bride's book. Mrs. Roscoe Seay; ',u;?
and Mrs. Don llalgrcn. who sang a The candelabra arrangements from The Te lton.'* new home Is located>
duet presented a program of nuptial the altar were used behind the bride's off SR-18 and SR-121. ;J,
music. table coffee table and punch table. All friends and relatives are '
Mr. Moore attended his son as best The five tier wedding cake was cordially invited to attend between
man. Ushers were Jimmy Davis. centered on the middle round table, the hours of 2-4-30 p.m.DVPLlCATE Early
brother of the bride; Elton Mosher, which had a white gathered lace skirt ;
brother-in-law of the groom and over white satin. The bottom tier Of Any. ,
David Baldree enclosed a fountain with floating BRIDGE : \
Mrs, Lester Johns, cousin of the roses. The top four tiers set off the CLUB RESULTS
bride, was matron of honor. fountain on large arched pillars. The Winners at the Tuesday night
Attendants were Mrs Jimmy Davis! cake was! adorned with! pink tea roses Duplicate Bridge Club are) Evelyn ,
sister-ln-law of the briduJHrs.! ; Eatatii and white doubledrop ..gtttng.Jaca, .....GrIU'n..n.d Margie.-Thomson" +w.r"- i : : fe .. .
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i+r"ee._+ms1vap fIr,, tiaty Flke tlraaraveRli M ...'........ ...." < **W mtl.lnaf1"fIJ s Boml'rw' wr jiin' r! "" .: t
Pam Tucker. They were attired alike separated with small arched pillarswas Hamilton and Ida Shaw and Dr. and'
In.' floor length aqua Port-O.Call a lace heart holding a set of Mrs Jim Minesinger.
polyester Princess style gowns with V wedding rings, The cake was topped
neckline empire bodice and long with satin trio of floral filled bells ....Jf..Jf..,. Florida Bank at Stark
sleeves with VhLte pearl buttons. They accented with pearl and tulle. Mrs. 53 ,
carried matching nosegays of silk Johnny Kenney and Mrs. Percy J.fMron At, Clark Blrral, 904- 47080A al. a.rroll: ..t
E aqua. pink and pale yellow miniature Sullivan. Jr., cut the cake. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Dansby visitedMr. IIii II197..noncsa NtIalyII..a. -.Inc..
.and\Mrs J.B.Dansby In Perry on
carnations! lillies. sweetheart roses Sullivan also make the cake.
and baby's breath with pink aqua and On either side of the bride's table ,Saturday A,,
yellow satin streamers. was a coffee table and a punch table.. 4 .. I. ,*A*A*.A*A*AA*A*A*. AA>>,4.....4.... ..... .. *..*. *A. *A*A*A*A*A. *A. *A*A. *A i U
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Mistl Padgett served as flower girl They were covered with full gathered -y ff .
und Billy Meres cousin of the bride. white polyester cloths over white .
was ring bearer. satin. Kach: ,of the tables held three
The bride given In marriage by her branch silver candelabra. Serving
father More a silk organza gown punch were Dana Dyal. Laurie Hicks i CHRisimns TREES t
trimmed with a combination of cluny. and Nancy Hildreth. Pouring coffee
chantllly and Venice lace. The were Mrs David Gaines and Miss
bouffant silhouette had a chantilly Tonva Patrick. : 4L
lace bodice with a natural fitted !,'loor hostesses were Edie Parker 4 FANTASTIC I SELECTION 4'
waistline sashed with a tiny satin Margaret Smith und Kathy Taylor, 4L
ribbon a high neck of Venice l lace and \Mrs Lonnie Davis directed the .
wedding Mrs. Owen Alvarez Jr., of 5'/2f 7' Size
directed the reception. Lonnie Davis 4
Homemakers ,passed out wedding scrolls

To Have "Fun" After couple a wedding is residing trip in to Theressa.Tennesseethe t'y; NOW IN STOCK 1

The bride and groom are both
Dec. 1.4
Meeting graduates/ of Bradford High School.. .
She graduated in 1977 and" he WE ALSO HAVE A NICE SELECTION OF 't
Chrlstmiis "fun" meeting will be graduated in 1970.
the theme for the Bradford County .
llomcmjkers Club meeting on
Thursday.in Agriculture Deer !14.starting Building. I I'| a.m.' NanWalker. LIVING TREES 'of

.bring Every: an one inexpensive!intending Is Christmas asked to Edwin Jeffcoat ASSORTED SIZES 't

u rapped gift and u covered dish. New 'To Wed De'c..29IIr. .. .
Christmas gift ideas Mill be on display

All'. interested ,visitors members grid Mrs. Winstonalker of, t WHY NOT ,GIVE '' ''LASTS..4,
und pro pc.ii\o members are!" In'lIed'to Luke Butler announce the engage- GIVE' HIM A GIFT
attend. ment und approaching marriage of .
their daughter. Nan Anita to Kduin POULAN .
Jeffcoat.. son of Mr. and Mrs. Alba a : .r I
.It'ffcout \ndalulila.' Alabama: MrJvlfcout ;
BIRTHS Is :u 'resident of Starke. 'a I 1.' \ WEED HOMELITE or ...,
"I rheueddinguill take place Friday, a THIS YEAR. .. McCULLOCHCHAIN t"f
Afan and Peg! ('Ia.too'el'll:\\ December :"J.! at 7-;.W 'pm in the;
announce the birth of their son. :Morgan, Hood' Baptist Church ofMarkf They Will Enjoy Them For,A Longer EATER
:Michael flat tonM: >'ers. in Detroit : The' SA'wst
Michigan: Nov:.; 21.: No ImitJtlonHnre being sent but all .... Period \. ,
Paternal grandparents Mr. andMrs. friend' ..and. relatives arIn.ited to eo Genuine -'l '+
: ,John:Myers of hen'stone Heights. IIttt'nd. ; FINE SELECTION
:Maternal grandparents are Edward .
and 1'lternlllttreat Anna l'la.ton grandparents of Hampton Lake.Bill Breakfast With Santa t CHRISTMAS CHRISTMAS WEED EATER --.Yf t J
I and Paternal I.UL'Y great Otey grandmother. of Cullmun.Is :Mrs Ala. Saturday Dec., 16 CaCTUSPOllISETTIAS Y y t

Marv: :M\ers of New Sm>'rna.Heach. r
I Fla. :Maternal great grandmother Is The Junior Woman's Club-w have ,
:Mrs. Mabel Clayton of. Old. Tappan Its annual'"Breakfast With Santa" on <+ ,so 69'
NJ. Saturday. Dec. 10. from. 9-30 to 11 Decorative f\\O" \\" ..
a.m.. at the club house. <4 1
: +*.*+*+*+. Tickets will be$1,50 In advance and. .IIAIICIIInJASKETS $9O f
$1.73 at the door. t NEW SHIPMENT
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wayne Murray 5
announce the birth jof a daughter. 4 79 j
Rhonda Elaine born Nov < 14 in Ronda BryantCelebrates '* ROSES CERAMICS POTS I Ii

fihand's Hospital. Grandparents are 6th a 'a
:Mr. and Mrs, Ver| Best of Stark and :
Mrs Bonnie Murray- Waldo, ,,' Birthday'NoV.:23 ':

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Honda Kimberly Bryant. daughterof i NURSERY f
Mr.: and Mrs. Ray Bryant, celebrated ,
Mr. and Mrs. L.P. "Sonny" Basset! her 61 h birthday; on Thursday. 'ROS'I"IER"S:
of Lake City announce the birth of a.on. Orot: with .a party at the !home of
.Joseph Scott born,Nov.28 in Lake '
her parents on SR-16E 301 S. .WALNUT STARKE 98462141Uo.1. +
Shore Hospital. He joins a brother, Thanksgiving dinner was enjoyed i
Mark. 5 veara old. Grandparents are I
by the 20 family members In the back ,
Kirs .
Mr.and Raymond IcoSr. of
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The James Womack horn at the
corner of Brlarwood and Woods wayIn
The Woods Just west 01 the Starke
OoU and Country Ulub atwres a ii
traditional exterior with a country
manor Interior. Completed In
December 1977 the Womack home has
a large family room with a semi-
cathedral celling, a floor to ceiling N,44y i (RtM$4Tda
fireplace of Tennessee stone, a dining
I room with a raised balcony.; The r d
house I Is designed for casual family '

:. living with a screened garden t R __ _


.Heme il ", iur ore t1, k ILP I m eel

The beautifully landscaped traditional rrtaws'
home of Col.and Mrs.James A. r' I
Griffin on Wilson Road Is of pink brick
with a split rail fence enclosing the "lv:
two acres of grounds. Th! home
1 features a large living room with a The iMHne of O L and Mrs. James A. Griffin e. Wilson Road la cast 8Urke.

j. brick fireplace, screened In sun room .
ir used hanging as a plants.greenery The room beautifully with many L 4 1

landscaped yard Is the outstanding
i feature of the Griffin home built in _
'f nA 0ay Longchamp Builders of

P, *lI ; 4t, h'9
Powell Home i'c ,,

The Spanish style home of Mr. and
II, Mrs. Billy Powell Is located at 1009
Wilson Road, almost directly behind Ii IL a
the Bradford County' Hospital. '
Finished In September by Brooker
contractor Larry Henry the Powell
home Is on two acres of grounds and
features a large pannelled recreation
." room with a large adjoining family r r ,'NK Y w '
."...... ... D A R i'r
'1" -, 't",,,, I'tIo.!:' "'..." room with floor to ceiling brick firefdace. -
'' >. i The Interior furnishings, are
-'... d N

The James Womack home In :The Woods Bear the country club.


The Curtli Sander Horn oo West Madison Street.

Second Annual Tour Of Homes '


Slated December 17 sML FOR

The second annual Christina West Madison Street surrounded bya
Parade of Homes and the annual
Christmas tad the Starke Woman's stone fence. It I* the only house In
Club Is slated In two weeks (Sunday, Starke with an elevator, has five ITUM w NILn Ma
Dec. 17) from 2:30: to I p.m. fireplaces. The Sanders purchased Trn.T..1 a Tt U s.T..
The combined affair will ben major the home from Mr. and" Mrs. Jim 1S .N4 naa T Tv 1o..sa oa
event of the year. Guests are invited Ritch. Mrs Hitch is a member of the
to come by Starke'historic Woman's Davis family.
Club at Walnut and Jefferson Streets
for refreshments before starting the s
tour of homes. Tickets for the tour "\\0"
may be purchased at the Woman's
Club Dec. 17 or earlier from a
member of the Woman's Club. For "
tickets,phone Mrs.James Mlnsinger, I t' s.. ;
964-5717. CONTAINER ..p Co, 'to COFFEE CHEEZ-IT
A map of the five hound on the tour ")I\"
will be provided with the tickets. ..tit" G"I\"o- ,, "
Guests can proceed to the homes In I KBCEMRPBIHSETTIIS S 0\11 .0'>> ,.
any order desired. 'SS1C'ea i
The five homes for the --- far ,""'!.,o"-. "", \"G1"
open tour Oboist. ,, ;
IMtN ,
this ..,. lOoz-
December are the bone of ..
Mf,4 _:S .
and Mrs. James Womack In adare;IraMNkNNa'TOe' fU"",,
Woods near the country club the BOXDuncan .
homes of Col. and Mrs. James A. _- -I ",
Griffin on Wilson Koad in east Starke.
the newly completed home of Mr.and ; gl9I kiIl-Il--: ; .
Mrs. Bill Powell on Wilson Road, the --- Fever's Flaked Coffee e Nines Snack Cakes. .. .-eewsr. 99

historic moved First Presbyterian Church I r LIMITED SUPPLY VANILLALIBBY'S Foljer-s Flaked Coffee .... 57 Duncan Mines Cake. Mixes n---..... 82'
recently to Bessent Road and
SR-230 East and enlarged In keeping
with Its 18HO style architecture, and PACKER LABEL HeaLemon ROSE A6E PANTRY PRIDE
the historic home of the L.A. Davis RECONSTITUTED PAPERTOWELS
Estate on West Madison Street, now DOGRATION SWEET
owned by Mr. and Mrs. Curtis LEMON
100 SQ. FEET

The historical Presbyterlaa First Church Presbyterian CONTAINER GROWN CORN $299 69c /$

Church Is now located at East Call CAN BE PLANTED
Street and Bessent Road, directly
AFTER le> So.Oi< DEN
across East Call Street from the "
hospital. The church was built In 1ftM BLOOMING CHI-AM <>1 VL-! MACAMMCMU vw Duncan Mines Cake Mixes __...!:.. 'M.09
by Pennsylvania settler who movedto A NICE GIn, DIMMIR eb Duncan Mines Cake. Nixes _lion an,M< 82*
Starke to cultivate orange groves
and settled along what Is now Cherry
Street. The church Is a perfect ONLY $211 CANADAPRtf COKE, "!/\\J-1: CLEN FYNE TASTE
example of architecture of the 1880's MR. I IBB, T GRAPE
with beautiful stained glass windows, SPRITE, __ \I' SCENE

woodwork the original and center waln chandelier coaUnI., ceiling CHRISTMAS CACTUS :_ TRASH JAM or

The $220,000 remodeling and IN BUD A BLOOM JELLY
enlargement of the. church was $949 BAGS
j :
accomplished completely In keepingwith 4" pot.... ONLY .-; 10 COUNT 2 LB JAR
the architecture of the historic MOISTURE CONTROL
Sanders Home TO __ F_ 59C

Built in 1921 with boards hewn from PANTRY I'AtDE _
floated here from
cypress logs a ORANGE FLOUR
Georgia Swamp by the late L.A.Davis Mw r"u wq Crisco Shortening lac.. M.99
who operated lumber yard In Starke, METER LETS. .
the home of the L.A.Davis Estate was !YOU KNOW :As' 59 PUMPKINII1HII
purchased In September 1977 by Mr. .
and Mrs. Curtis Sanders. The two WHEN TO WATER $ w FROZEN 'ON ::0-- PIES
story colonial structure located on A GREAT! GIFT AND ONLY A

+"*+* *" EFFERDCNT : Cfi.piffTIoc'.iriMF ISHELLS39 f = MOIIN 20oi 59c
+ + THIS YEAR GIVE A j -3i! Hili v. '.''r i i w


PANTRY RIDE """"* mti>
Oi .
following Strawberry Swingerswere
square dancing at Jekyll Island SAVES TIME A r T1 WHIP
over the weekend: Larry and Carol WORK 7 I TOPPING 39c n.S199
Bruner Al and Marge Carlisle Bob
and Mary Agnes Ferguson John and Oil SALE
Ann Greene,Harry and May Hatcher. pow .aw-l-: a U N7 Y bOlie Yr Crisco Oil IUUM 5.69
E.W. and Lucl lodges Gareth and Tasters Choice inn.1 ,-'$4.45

Becky Jones l Jerry and Dina NO. 307 $1411 o
Petrella, Melvyn
and Barbara REO.100e .......
Prevail.Don and 'Y.b /
Barbara Rardon. "J... n JOHANN HAVILAND ? r y 0 -rPIN.
Lout" and Cleo Redding Drew and NO.10,00801ESe 3.00Reo. CHINA ; fo--

Ada Reddish. Richard and Pat Welty ...... ......... 4 SQUlsz
and Morris and Sharon Williams from 1 ;fill g
Starke; John and Sue Griner and Don $ DISHES
and Dee Brooks from NO. 507 NEeDIi 4 5"MO. 1 I
Roy and Haul Hall from Gainesville Keystone; .60............. aooo ro*03.00 orr aroma DISCOUNT 1 Ear .,w wt 1
!1 __ __O.1ltl ta1 T
Mr, and Mrs. Charles Frltsch of LAtt18AST
GuiUord,Ind.were Wednesday of last ..
week visitor of Mrs. J.H. i"felda. e .S vr. .tOr [ I ,11 i/ \.I f: 1'))1 ., ', 1
eNTR+DI Ia r J r..a Mru 1 1 l a ,-, ..-u i
Mrs. Don Hardenbrook, Mrs. 'I 1 s' GRANOLA 1 YOUR
Nelson Green, and Mrs. Joe Bakken ..MarxUHEf I CiftEALBUCKWMCAT l a CEREAL /
to Deodorant Soap 1 1 1 .. 1 CHOICEI.
spent Thursday Sunday visiting Mr. .a..o. a. INr o.uMUn sdun 1
and Mrs. Ed Hudson In .r ieo rmn. .g g ivrs tnY **Wl OHW g g at..MT T MUCH owi vi g
BlountsviUV; w"H fMm OOUHM oo Z(eme TMCB eomoe flooo Z wtrn TMI*eouifOM oooa
Ala. and also toured the Gee knountaIns. I IIISEI' 43 TMHI WROU":.13,I .iR T ii D IMC.u.-I*-."* + '%THIU/.' i oic H.* o'


Mrs.Lila Rae Yawn and daughter, 639 E, Call StTstvfc.. Fla
Betsy spent the weekend with Susan Phone ee4.5'.5 .
and Cynthia Edwards at FSU. Open.Ii AM.1:30 PM

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,Dec. 7.117TELEGUAPH PaeSB
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.or Clusses l' ,' ).
The Hampton Senior Citizens Club Nativity Scene and other beautiful l. practicing, the name "Mrs. Usa Jones celebrated !her Pth birth
had s good attendance at its Decem.: ChrUtmaa: decoration anywhere IIw"ttsShe e Meng McMillan day on December 3. : :
ber 1 meeting. They made plans for around! Their lighted Christmas display -,. ----- Fourth graders are trylnft to
their Annual Covered Dish Luncheon can be enjoyed by all who pass II I very happy with her new living/ .- Leroy AUemond was the Jockey for address their teacher as Mrs. HAMPTON ELEMENTARY
to be held at the City Ilall on Friday their home at night,located on US-301 arrangement I ', this race. McLean. Miss Mindy Beville was LUNCH MENU
December beginning at Noon. Alleenior about v. mile north of SR-ia.' Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester! Smith!' Phyllis Meng celebrated her birth- married to James Preston McLean on, Dee.IMS
adult are invited to attend and enjoyed tho weekend visit of Mrs: "' day on December lIt by dining at a November 25 at Gainesville's First
bring along a wrapped gift of f 1 value. Christmas GreetingsLori Betsy Garon and two friends from nice restaurant In Gainesville Baptist Church.They enjoyed vlalllng .Monday.. Dee. II- Sloppy Joe.
Ladle are to bring for Lawrence, Mas, '" '? Busch/ Garden.Sea World and other ;
a gilt another Stone's address' la Shrtners Lawrence and Carlton Meng celebrated .French J Fries, buttered corn orange
lady and men will exchange with Hoapttal.2100 N. Pleatantburg Drive, Mr*. Evelyn Vaughan had the1''pleasure ,': their birthdays on Dec. 4. South Florida attractions the week ""wedge cookie, milk. \
men.They always have an enjoyabletime Greenville, S.C, 2960V. Lori will be of a visit from her grandson '! cheered by ) She Is lit U.John Robert Haslett. III, from Arthritis Foundation green peas tossed salad peach ,
having yourJreet1n&sl Centralia III. He was enroute to New Students cobbler rolL milk. J'
Congratulation I may Homestead Air Force Base after Mrs. Anna Clayton appreciates the Dee. !:Sheppard'S. 1
possibly be undergoing surgery In the cooperation she is receiving In her First l graders welcomed Stephanie Wednesday.
Valerie Jones was the lucky winnerof near future. Her pe rents took, her pending some time In New Mexico, solicitation on behalf of the Arthritis Hughes to their class last week. Her .pie. green whet law. cherry I ,
$50 in the recent drawing held by back to the hospital Nov. 28. and are and spent Sunday and Monday here. Foundation. lister. Shannon Hughes Is In the cobbler, whole roll.milk
the Hampton' Little League Football uncertain at this time how long she Mr.and Mrs. Elsie Bas and daughter. Kindergarten class Thursday. Dec. II- Pizza Greek"salad
Team. will be there.Penenals Tammy from Panama pity. 1,' Mr and Mrs. Gerald Brown and green beans purple plums. .
came Wednesday to spend several ; cookie milk
Leslie and Mrs. and ConvalescingMrs. : '
days with her sister and family Mr. Eugene Meng hid.,.. Dec. IS- C'hIIiof.bealll.. {:
Christmas I I ,
SpiritThe daughter Angela. attended a dinner Michelle Parker a volunteer '
and Mr*. Richard Mowry. They celebrated raisin carrot, pineapple salad, fruit i
Joe Rlddlck family has again Mrs Stella Brown recently movedto Tammy's 18th birthday on and baby shower Sunday honoring aide at the school Is recuperating at cinnamon roll crackers, milk. I
furnished our area with the loveliest the home of Mn, Hazel Thomas. November 30 with a cake and other Paulette and Ceclle Bateman at the home following recent surgery at St. cup. ?
home of Mr. and Mrs. In Jacksonville.
Lloyd Arledgeand Vincent's Hospital
"'" -.-.- -.- -,-.&- ... oranges refreshments.at Florahome.On While here. they picked Mr. and Mrs.; Wesley Smith in St.

DWIGHT SLA TER'S Friday Mr. and Mrs. Mowry and Augutitine.Hampton Birthdays '
Donna went with them to Disney Cindy Davis celebrated her nth i.
World and had a wonderful time. Elementary. birthday on Nov. :W.: .'. ./ yr. ;
Christmas Program Mitchell Thomas Cheryl Thomas. -
Open Fo & SOil .8.30tS. Hampton Lake Hampton Elementary School and Mrs. Krnestlne: Denmark celebrated In /tome places woodmenhave
children will present a program November :29 birthdays Todd been known to ask a
7A.M.12 P.M. & Walnut St, Congratulations "Christmas Around old Nov. :.10:
Timothy William Crew and Vickie The World' for Parker was H years on tr..'* forgiveness before cut
----- ----- -- ,
their families on I Dec II beginning at ting It down.
Crews are the proud parents of their'
"*,I' 7':111: pm. at the school Each grade Is
baby daughter, Jacklyn Mary Crews .. .
MOTOR, Oil PEPSI born November 23 at Baptist Memo- participating In this program and
$41 19 29 rial Hospital in Jacksonville. She will present. music from various countries BIG RUMMAGE SALEAll
act*. I 180Z. $t Tax weighed 8 IDS. 13 oz. and measured 21

Plus Tax 8 Pk ft Dip Inches.The Connie Clark family entered New Bride Day Saturday Next To Bryan's Gulf

their quarterhorse Vandy, in the i Third grade teacher Miss Joyce
Bordon'a ALL BftANGS EEl races at Sutton Farms In Ocala on Kuykendall became Mrs. Mlckle
November 19. Scott spent many hours McMillan on November 22 at Carol
$t $11' Case training Vandy for running and they states: Baptist Church In Gaines.
MILK 0.1. Over Cost were all mighty proud when Vandy ville. They enjoyed a wedding trip to ;bJ?, M.JltIjw -4* Sturkel4444444Mrs.
took first place in the 770 yard race. Disney World Third graders are still I

H.P. McLendon returned
returned from : Saturday
: Jo.n.: Tenly has
after his Jim
after xon.
Alachua Blowing
last week. Mcl/endon of Hock. NC on aIn '
undergoing surgery day business trip into Texas and [
Enjoy th* Mexico <
best Holiday Season Mr. <>,K. Thomas and Mr and (
o verl Shop Food Mr. TB. ,Vinson of Valdosta. Ca. Mrs. George, W. Brown was* u j!
Fair and were Sunday visitors of Mrs, Martha patient In :North Florida Heiiiona! A
r Pearce Hospital lust Monday Thursday for 1
SAVE observation and treatment. \{

:Mr( und !Mrs E.J.lJo\\lInJ I Ill and' *
Sundae :Mr. und Mrs. A.I.. Green of Uronkerere
son.Juck' of Clearwater were
dinner guests or11': and :Mrs E.J.: M Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr !1
and Mrs. 1\U' lljzen
DOM ling. Sr. and xon. F.rm-Hl.: j

p VALUES MARKE'S" Mr and Mrs. Mac Uuldmn and (111. *

/ SUP, und Mrs. II.M. HuUher attended the ,
FLORIDATHEATRE :National' Hecreultonul Vchical k'
.-- :dealers Khow in Louisville. Ky. from
.*unetay to Thur da)' of last( week. '
:!students of the bc-JinneI'tlI4CIUlut'
Call & Walnut
dunce group( attended a 1x'ltinnI'I'IIIIClt'
Starke 964-5451 Down at Foment High Shod In .
................................. Jacksonville I-nd.i night und oftor- 7
wards hud breakfast ut midnight lit .
t BEEF CHUCK Fit Sat. Sun.
the home of Mm. A.J. Harry,


CALIFORNIASTEAKS 1.clCul' udmittunirH to Hrudford
CounU' Hospital thin week include:
from Starke Mar,' Tixker Shirley
:i RlE.Srr<0. AT RS WttHWDMtCKS< .
WbUleldl'ulv, : :-'; I'C'oonc'lI. Kul>\
Strickland "aukKln1l': >" :Morrlw :,
= If' "SGT. PEPPER'SCLUB .,". t'after: 'Harbtmi' '(lenrgtP; ; Ualphf. L:.
"' 'r.i 'r. T ;, ftadlKcn. :!;.Hrpwl! "' --11urttJpn! *',fu': hw.. ,t. ''0
.- rive Schocftinft.. lillie TXson. .Fern
jsjBffij g BAND"A Wells :Mariam .John' *. Doru'(;iilffm '
! UN.vn.*..sruiur. rrc xicota.. und F.rmu: Knighl.; Kevt'l McAd.im:
"1Z'. MMgaOx. und :Mury Cooper from llimpton: f
DO OOt.BV.ST..O :Nora' hazier Irom :Molrosc.; Sandrufutray
3 tO S .. from l.u\\Il'v. (Curl lUxluo
i r.ww.pL. new. .:.::.- "
from lironker.
PORK Warren K.: Perkins! of Gainesville:

JUICY FRESH ALL PURPOSE 'W' HA : visited his,"1lc'r.11'1I.: 10.14: I M-sirinu
FRESH on :Mi>tda) >.
SALADTOMATOES GREEN YFELLW :Marion Harrington of lirmiuul
"J:" Hom-h und Kill, lliirrinKlnn ol Key t
SWEET CABBAGE ONIONS u"t'.il: t1 0< ,pc slime IIc'lJhtllc're here on l>usin
TANGERINES CTN. OF S ... .... ..... on Saturday

/9' c a: 301 DRIVE-IN.:

24$1.00 L8 .. .......-........._.......... :Mr. and :Mrs Henry SlrfunHII
WHOil OH'HftLIS. .. Ffi. Sat."Revenge returned last Ihursrlu> lifter two
wicks visit \\'lIh11': and ,:Mrs
of the Texan KaMiioml Mcfanclli In Wichita 111111.

Pink Panther" :\11'''.'ohn' ("'tlCard fir"'lallc'r Mcut-h
PICK YOUR OWN n wan weekend! guest of Mrs: I I.':NMrs. .

.*. ? : (ip"i.p fNiI-'eiu;* TR..
FRESHCARROTS + Force" : Ardclle.sung-rtk', ,of Apalachicola I
+ wai weekend/ guitit of :Mr und :
FLORIDA ............................... :Mrs Ken Km*'land.Or .
LB CELLO Sun. Mon.
and Mrs: K,K Uopsnn." son
Christopher und daughter( ('ura spent.
18 2069 A SEXODYSSEY" IhewvekenduithhiH' parents, :Mr and 'J'JIrll.
fA'MTHY XRlOt" :\ It .K: Dopson. Sr, In 'I'alatku.Mik ..

/ SOUR CREAM : Kihhop of Jacksonville spent .

:4p CREAM ffllEESgFREIZER PLUS. :the Mr und weekend:Mrs A with.\\hilehcad his grandparents., Joining ,

the family on Sunday \ll.'re11': and ,
"CINDERELLA 2000"! :Mrs Charlie rancho and family of
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k,bi 1 0 $ l e e Deluxe Fruit Cake nil M.79 BOLD Starke Plaza Starke. Fla' ;, 9645792t l'

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.:r4-;; SOURDOUGHMUFFINS "' ... "
'Dec. 10
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TELEGRAPII Dec.7. ItTB _ ____ ___.... _._ ___ .A..A.... ... ...
.4"4.4 F4.4h444.4 J.....". "..+*+,,+,+,+..."*"*.* COMMUNITY NEWS ...."+..1.+.+ ,.+.4 4.4.4 .. Y Y 4 144Church
of God In Christ: Sat Dec
7-45 Prayer
God Each Tuesday
sal. Prayer meeting eaCh Tuesday, :
by Elisabeth Walker ,, Service are held. Tarrying Services 16.The Miracle Voices of Atlanta Ca

Phae8844853 30.McKay's Circle will meet at Mrs. Thursday 7 p.m., Sunday School 10 AaUleeh Missionary Baptist are held each Friday 7:43.: Sunday under the direction of Dr. Bernard
Dell Chapter It* O.E.S.: Gertrude Covlngton's home. Lee'sCircle a.m. Church: Each Thursday 7 a.m. School 10:30: a.m. Morning Worship Avant will be appearing in an eveningof
IiuUUaUon will be held for officers s ; will meet at Mrs. Mamie Ebeoeser.Baptist Chores Tuesday, Prayer Meeting Friday the Choir will U'30. Evening Worship 7:45 p.m. Gospel Song. at the Church of God
rf Dell Chapter 168 O.K S. Satur day. Mitchell's home Wed. All will meet at 6-30 Bible Study. Thursday 6:30: sine on the anniversary program at Greater Alles) Chapel A.ME.Cnreh in Christ. 7 p.m. The public is cordially .
December 9, 1978, :3 p.m., in the : Sunday School: 10 a.m. invited to attend.
7'30 Thursday (today) Story Hour Prayer.Saturday will bea Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church, Lawtey.
Masonic Hall on Brownlee Street All Community Morning Worship It a.m. with the Sunday School 0-30. Morning
of the
7'30 Friday 7-30 the Junior Usher meeting Boy'sdub. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning
officers are Invited to be present. Board will meet. Blye's Circle will All young me are asked to be Worship u a.m. The Choir will sing at Young Adult Choir singing. Worship U a.m. Holy Communion will
Eastern Star Day will be held meet at Mrs. Lula Lennon's Pleasant present Sunday School 10 a.m. Starke Nursing Home: p.m., Evening Christmas program will be held be given In the morning service 6-30
Sunday December 17, 3 p,m. at Grove, 7:45 Friday. Saturday Ml. Merlah United Methodist Worship I p.m.'' Sunday December 24, 11 a.m. under YPWW. Evening Worship 730. Tues
Greater Freewill Baptist Church. The dinners will be sold from the kitchen. Church: Friday 7:30 the Choir (No. 1) Mt. Pttgah A.M.E. Ctmrchs Each the direction of the Young Adult day Bible Band? p.m. Friday 7 p.m.
Masonic Family Is invited to bepresent. The Uttle Church will rehearse Sat. will appear on the Choir anniversaryat Tuesday, 7-30 Choir rehearses. Choir. AU members are Invited to Prayer and Pastoral Teaching,

5'30. Junior Choir rehearsal Sat. 7:30.: Mt. Zion, Lawtey, Fla. Sunday School 10 ..m., 11 a.m. Love- cooperate.:
Sunday School 930.: Morning Worship Choir No. 1 rehearses Wed. before feast Service. Communion Service 4 ><.A.. 4'.- 4''.
"In Memory"In II a m. Dinner 1230.: Deacon Board the second and third Sunday in the
memory 'of Mr. Lonnie C. meeting 5 p.m. Evening Worship 6 month. pm.First Bon Church of the Living I School NewsOur I
Coleman Sr. who departed this life p.m. II I Starke Elementary
thirteen years ago Dec. 7. 1965. His Free Canaan True Church of God In

life is a beautiful memory his Unity Tarrying Service each Wed. ,+.+.... 4-8 News +.+"."e +. Campbell Soup label drive ls Report cards went home Monday
absence Is a silent grief lie Is asleep 730. Friday Prayer Service 7:30. corning along Just great. We took an so if any parents have any questionsor
In God's beautiful garden of sunshine Sunday School 10 a.m., Morning overall count last week with Mrs. wish a conference with a teacher
and God's perfect peace. He left Worship 11 a.m. Evening Worship 0 4-11 HORSE CLUB NEWS of trails left undiscovered.An Barbara Reddlsh's class coming in please do not hesitate to call the office
behind a beautiful memory. A sorrow Miles of beautiful trails. were newly overnight trail ride will be scheduled first and Miss Jenkin's class comingIn and they will assist anyway possible.We .
too great to bear, but to us who loved p.m.New Bethel Baptist Church discovered by enthusiastic riders as in the spring as well as another second. We will be collecting labels would like to remind parents
and lost him his memory will always Friday December 8, the Church's sixteen 4-" horse club members and outing at Camp Blandlng. until March so all of the other classes Christmas vacation will start for students
be there. will be celebrated. Rev. In other activities, 4-H horse club December 20 and
anniversary leaders enjoyed a day of riding at the will still have a chance to catch up. they will
His loving wife Mrs. Josephine George Lee paltorla Hope Well 5.000 acre site at Camp* Blanding on members will ride In the Christmas Starke Elementary would also like to return January 2. '
Coleman, All his children and grand Baptist Fla. will Saturday, Dec. 2. parade on Saturday Dec. 9. The horse thank Mr. and Mrs.Ted Key for send-
children other family members and deliver the message. Sunday service club Christmas party will take placeon ing us some extra labels. For those Menu: Dec. 11.15.
friends. will begin with Sunday School 10 a.m., After more than six hours of riding Tuesday, Dec. 12 at the Agriculture who might not(remember these labels Monday: Hamburger on bun
Morning Worship 11 a.m. with Rev. reluctant 4-H'ers returned with miles Building. are used to purchase equipment for french fries. lettuce tomato. pickle
Church Activities: J.D. Heller. our school.I milk.
..New Hope Baptist Church: Sunday, After morning service a Testimonial have gotten behind on listing the Tuesday: Roast Beef w-gravy
December 10' Sunday School 10 a.m., Dinner will be served by the Souper Stars for fear of leaving out buttered rice string beans applesauce
Morning Worship 11 a.m. The speakerwill church. All friends are Invited. After SOUTHSIDE ELEMENTARYDATES one name I would like for all the boys roll & mUk.Wtdnuday .
be Rev. L.if Davis. Pastor Rev dinner a Communion Service will be and girls to know they are doing a : Hamburger: gravy
L.W. Mosely, president Vera Diggs, held between 3 and 4 pm. TO REMEMBER News from Ms. Phyllis) Goldberg'sfifth bang up job on collecting the labels. mashed potatoes field peas, peaches,
Vice-president. Martha Marks. Pleasant Grove United Methodist Tuesday. Dec. 12, at 7 p.m.. Title I grade room: New library Mrs. Reddish and her fifth grade roll & milk.Thursday.
Greater Bethlehem Freewill Church: Christmas rehearsal each Parents' Advisory Committee meets assistants are Jimmy Wilson and class were delighted to have a square Christmas Dinner
Baptist Church: Each Monday and Monday 6p.m.Junior Choir rehearses In the Southslde Cafeteria. AU parents Richard O'Steen. Billy Jackson wrotea dancing lesson taught to them by Mr. Roast Turkey. mashed potatoes
Wednesday, 7'30 Christmas rehear. each Wed. 7:30: Prayer Service each are Invited to attend this meeting and special report and diagram and Mrs. Mike West and Mrs. MiriamG. glblet gravy cornbread drlssing.
remain for the PTA meeting and explaining the three branches of the Robida on Friday, December I, buttered peas cranberry sauce
I "I "l kU'1 141 "l "J 'k I'I4" 14"' J I'I "I4" & I' &fi music program. United States Government. Poets of 1978. ambrosia. roll & milk.

1 the week: Christa Jacobson. Keith Mrs. Miriam G. Robida also helpedthe Friday: Pizza buttered corn
Tuesday,Dec. m., the PTA Kehoe, Monica Maslowskl and students make decorative Christ cheeR sandwich banana pudding.
9I Executive Board meets the library.TueadoyDec.l2at7:3op.m.there. Richard O'Steen who did extra credit mas cards. green limas & milk.
9 fL Chrisirnccs for English by creating their own
9 : : poems about Fall. Best spellers of the
9 will be a short business meeting of the week: Mike Chappcll. Jay Hayes,
gt Cheer for PTA in the cafeteria preceding the Monica Maslowski, Theresa ... St. Edwards Church -#4f''. I
9 Christmas music program under the McCollum and Helen Rivers. Students
9 direction of Ms. Esther Casas. music who are really excelling with hard
9 rs-T teacher. division problems: Drew Davis, Catholic Youth Organization celebrated a special ThanksgivingMass
9 >."' ... SuperSports. Allison Denmark, Marie Doughman, Present leaders of the St. Edward's on November 23. During the
9 At the Southslde PTA meeting on Eddy Hall Jay Hayes, Richard I(CYO are Mr. and Mrs. Jack Andersonand Offertory I'rocession gifts of food
9 Tuesday.Dec. 12. there will be a short O'Steen Helen Rivers, Tracy Rowan, I, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Gordon.On were presented by the congregationas
9 fir'' R discussion of the Halloween Carniva Jeff Sherman Lynn Holtzendorf, and November 4 the CYO group gifts for the needy. At the
9 profits and an update the footle amt Russell Trainor. I 9r : stationery sale drive. The Southsidi II I I Park. This was followed by a weiner blessed food which parishioners had
of ride the home of Mr. brought along to be used at their
'b.o school coordinator the Parent I i roast and hay at
9 fl Volunteer program. Ms. Monterey i and Mrs. Anderson near Lawtey. Thanksgiving meal. The church was
Wasdln. will be available to enroll LUNCH MENU The following slate of officers were decorated with pine cones and
a"h D new volunteers at this time. Southside Dec. 11IS I i elected at the Nov. 15 meeting: autumn leaves. Pine cone wreaths
9 yJN'4 has a dedicated corps of Parent 1 1 President Cathy Schoenmg; Vice were In the sanctuary and n
9 Volunteers who are doing a fantastic MONDAY, Dec 11 Hamburger on I I President Tammy Kish; Secretary cornucopia of seasonal fruits and
Job In assisting in various phases of bun,, lettuce, tomato, peas peaches, : 9 the school's program. If you have not milk. I .
9 vxt 1s a,4r been contacted and you would like to TUESDAY. Dec 12-Baked ham I 9 help, please call the school office or candied yams, turnip greens pears, the special officer's meeting on ,
come by the school office Monday cornbread, milk. I]November 19. It was decided to hold the Saturday evening/ Mass
9V through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., to WEDNESDAY,Dec Tuna salad, I i meetings the first Wednesday of each December: 2.Father Foley blessed the
9 find out more about ways you can saltines peas and carrots, half I i month. Advent Wreath In the sanctuary of the
9 help. orange biscuit and milk. Plans for a Christmas party and Church. This Wreath consists of three-
9 THURSDAY, Dec 14 Hot dog on 9 Wednesday, Dec 20 through bun baked beans, cabbage slaw, fruit I i meeting. with greenery and decorated with a
9t 9anlamlphllnadenharoa1U..r Monday Jan. 2, are the dates of the cup milk. violet ribbon bow. One candle was lit
1 lord learn K ihM* Christmas holidays. Students returnto FRIDAY, Dec IS Turkey with Thanksgiving Mass at the blessing; an additional candle
[ netting 0 C;..;42.5 ard 4 mi II1l'Ok.nomh.alaukl .uremblkx classes on Tuesday Jan 2. dressing mashed potatoes and Reverend Father Patrick Foley will be lit weekly. .
flu'yw, .74: flu,'P'My mote roc n/v I Wilt..mug iyt<.wh_lilu dressing, cranberry sauce, peas
> ky front dar bran* dual nddte. louring.lyp*Mat and The following students have been pumpkin pie, rolls milk. .
.. took n.iRydual.ehaua pipes appointed to Patrol FRIDAY, Dec. 15 Turkey with ss.xrasvsawlaaaMsr ObituariesTIM i '
II g il lU power lrrri cylinder, Double 0.._ Cain angina and serve as Safety : =
delivon irnoom Mlubla. power tram nnl goar to turn gear And'in.Iwo 22mm members for the third 'Ix- eek's 'dressing, mashed potatoes and I kj.'"J IYI ,,/a..I. .,ll. .
l .MiXum curbs Mlp make u'tr*cunanucal way tonav.1 through lh.ChnMmmM .1M..tparlod: From Mrs. Iva JeaaiUrreiTs L I dressing cranberry sauce, 'peal,' | cl/| ;;..M1'H'r-; ; /; ; ; ,H03 I bwttwid; ; imxn ,JI':i r.... .ii',> '''' until
t *"*|M H atto IBxl w (h.price m domrfl hurt YM.Hher gn*C 1OI''Ioc om*in amend fourth grade, Pam Clark and Dale aIr pumpkin pie, rolls, milk. DR.JENNINGS practicing in Starke his
no*what Santa hat in hock lot you Brown; Mrs. Carol Clark's fourth Funeral services for Dr. Lloyd ... retirement in 1973.
Dr. Jennings was a member of the
Suzuki. performer: grade. Lisa Nettles and Shane Jennings' 68, were held at 2 p.m.
First Baptist Church of Starke. and
UZUKI Martin; Mrs. Ernestine ThompkinsMrs. -
--- Jehovah Witnesses Thursday, Nov. 30 in the First Baptist
former member
was a of the Starke
Thelma Knight's fourth grade
Church: of Starke with the pastor, Rev.Jen .
SUZUKI OF STRRKE Kimberly Alberthal and Stacy P. Bryant, and Rev.Ted Callahanif Rotary. Club..Surviving
his wife Thelma
US 301 S. 004-6020 Griff; Ms.grade Marti. room.Slefferman'sfourthfifth Kenneth Meet in Daytona leceased Jackson, S.C., a close Interment! friend of the Jennings of are Starke: one daughter.
Carol McLendon, of Jacksonville two
Pressley and David Martin Mrs. ;
; I Crosby Lake Cemetery with DeWitt
rP FREE MICROWAVE OVEN Elaine Wood-Ms. Shirley Johnson's Jehovah's Witnesses In the North <:. Jones Funeral Home directing.Dr. sons Walter L. Jennings.
fifth grade Herbie Cooper and Dorlia Florida area were convened at the Jennings was born In Rock Jacksonville and L. Harlan Jennings
Griff Mrs. Sandra Duncan's fifth Kennel Club In Daytona. The theme Jr.. of Gainesville and four
41 With Each G.S. 1000 Suzuki ordered or ; f Fells Ill. on October 8, 1910 and .
grade, Donna Barker and Kelly "Rendering Sacred Service With received his M.D. Degree from the grandchildren.It
purchased at retail for Christmas '300 Value Moore; Ms. Phyllis Goldberg's fifth Loyal Ity",was stressed during the two University of Iowa. He and his family
grade, Allison Denmark and Eddy days December 2nd and 3rd. One of ame:: to Starke In 1938, where he was 7 .451O
Bmtnro U If Hall the highlights of Saturday's program associated in general practice with
was the baptism at 1130.: Sunday at he late Dr. W.E. Middleton for
2:00: a crowd of over 2,500 was on several years. During World War II
hand to enjoy the keynote address h w served with the U.S. Air Force as a
"Meeting the Test of ChristianLoyalty" f light surgeon in the Philippines and
I also served during the Korean War.
liter his wartime service he served
a is commander of a Reserve Army
fospital In Jacksonville retiring as a
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APPLICATION DAIRY QUEEN at 7:30 p.m. In the, A special thank you to !the First Arts appearance In SUrke last week.
f "f' REZONINQANO the Zoning Code of Brad The rezoning of the I RESTAURANT.REZONEFROM. County Commission Christian Church for the use of their Iloblda. We hear every! one Scouts helping tile .palt Iwo performances
.? AMENDMENT OF THE ford County. following described pro meeting room Bradford, recreation hall for Girl Scout Troop learned fast thanks to the Welts and include Irene Wainwrlght
.'. ,,_ LAND USE PLANAR party end amending the RM-1 TO County Courthouse soy It really a great place to meet Mrs. Roblda. Popcorn and drink Dawn Scheming, Patty Mulling..
JeromeJohrr Chairman. Comprehensive land Use R-1C. Stakes Fladdel*r Tuesday and we appreciate the members Inished the evening with bed-UmO Joyce Wainwrlght Lori Shinn. and
ORDINANCE Bradford County Zoning Plan to provide that tends Deosmbenm 1978.,. sharing with us. coming early for some and later for Betsy Yawn.
.amending the Comprehensive Board Itpd 12/7. currerttfy' toned, OR anr. A PUBLIC HEARING and make a reeornrnsnd*' others. Janet Klmutis and Monterla
Land Uss Plan designated !by the plan as WILL BE HELD don to the Board of Cadctte Troop 920 Is still working on Wasdin were leaders for the overnight See you at the Christmas parade
: Element and Map by Agriculture be rezoned to THURSDAY DECEMBER County Commissioners., Good Grooming; last week their guest Saturday. The walking scout unit
: 9''Bradford County Florid*. MS, and designated light 28,1978AT7 JO P.M.AT and the Board will eonrderonMrxdeyJanuay was Mrs Olivia Scott. Thanks to her Thanks to Senior Troop 609 for should be at the Bradford Square
. "'IN accordance with the PUBLIC NOTICEAPPUCATION Industrial the property of THE CITY HALL. for coming talk on hair care and ushering at the Santa F. Performing parking lot by 930; s.m.
4' local Government Corn STEPHEN f. SMITH STANCE FLORIDA ALL 8 1978 at the same said- make up, we enjoyed It. Two weeks
1 fJ' prerwmsive Planning Act FOR REZONING described as follows: PARTIES WILL BE place at 10:00*."..*", ago the scout learned about --
of 1975 as provided In located six (6)( miles HEARD AT THIS TIME. Ordinance relating/ to: coordinating their clothes and buying .
Chapter 163 of the Florida fCarof Smith Johns has South of Starke. on the wisely.) Look for neater dressedCadettes "
Statutes.. made application: to the East side of Hwy 301 In AL CROSBY ; IThe rezoning of the; as well as good groomedones.
> TO: All Chfzsns, Board for reclassiflcatlon: South. RsngeZI East one STARKE PLANNINGAND and mending the, Junior Troops 60S and 814 enjoyedan S ;
Taxpayers and other of the property described ((1))sere out of parcel 1063 ZONING BOARD. Comprehensive Land Use overnight stay In the First : Melrose Fla.
interested Person below from MB to R1C to operate a- small saw Plan to provide that lands Melhodish Church Fellowship Hall ,
lYou and each of You are Two lots approxlmstaly mm MERRILL EDWARDS. currently zoned OR and Tuesday of Thanksgiving week. Formerly Benne A Jeans. Silver Star
: hereby and herewith 2 M acres, located on the You are further given CITY CLERK CITY OF designated !by the plan asAgricultural Approximately 40 enjoyed chill for
given notice In accordance Salt aide of Sampson NOTICE that a copy of. STARKE, FLORIDA be rezoned supper and scrambled eggs for break
with Florida Lake in Section 35 said proposed Itchg 12/7. to 8R3.1.1.., end designated fast. Square dancing was lead In the 1------
Statute that the Board of Township 0 South, Range ORDINANCE Is available I Commercial the evening by Mike & Carol West and >
County Commissioners of 21 East, out of parcel! for your Inspection at the property of MARK WKE. Live Entertainment
Bradford County, Florida 0821-00100. to s ow reel office of the Director of described as follows one
: have designated the cI nco8. Zoning and Planning (111) acre located Just SFCC
Bradford County Zoning IThis change In classification Bradford County Courthouse PUBLIC NOTICE before Intersection of St. RegistrationCloses '.: Sunday Nights
and planning Board to .la subject to a Starke. Florida. Rd. 100 South and Rd. 18 \, I t t "
conduct a public hearing public 'hearing to be held iEach and every Person The Mayor end Commissioners on the West side/ of Hwy ,
at a regular meeting held on Tuesday December having any Interest whatever of the City cI 100 In Section 38 Township "COMING"
at 7:30 In the 26. 1978. 7:30: p.m., In Starke 7 South, Range 22
: p.m. In the enactment of propose to file a Today (Thursday, Dec. 7) is the
County Commission the County Commission East to build and operatea last
this proposed preapplicatlon to the day for regular registration for
meeting room, Bradford Room In the Bradford ORDINANCE should Department of Housingand barber shop and produce Santa Fe Community College's Bear
,; County Courthouse, County Courthouse. At appear and be heard at Urban Development stand Winter Term. Sugar
Starke Florida on Turn- this time all persons Interested the time and place pre for a Community lYou are further given .
day December 28, 1978 shall be heard for scribed Development Block Grant NOTICE that a copy d The SFCC Office In Bradford High
and make a recommendation or against the proposal, for FY 79.Community. laid proposed fchool open from 8 a.m. to 1:30 Will Be (Performing
to the Board of as specified in the Zoning BOARD OF BRADFORD ORDINANCE Is available p,m", and this evening from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday, Saturday, Sunday
County Comrrmaionaf Code of Bradford County. COUNTY COMMISSIO DevelopmentBlock for your Inspection/ at the It Is still possible for new students to
'I. and the Board will con- NERS. Grant funds are office of the Director of apply to the College for the Winter December 8,9 & 10
" '1 alder on January Jerome Johns, Chairmen. Intended -either benefit Zoning and) Planning, Term which runs from January 9 to
:'', 8. 1978 at the tame said Bradford County Zoning By: Gilbert S. Brown. low or moderate Income Bradford County Court. April 20.Credit, ..
: place at 10:00 a.m. an Board. Clerk. Itpd 12/7. persona or serve to prevent hoyse. Starke, Florida. ,
m, J Ordinance relating to: or eliminate slums leach and every Person classes offered In Starke Free Disco Lessons
. \ November 30, 1978. Itpd
- v"' NOTICE end blight. having any interest whatever include College Composition Basic
::',The rezoning of the 12/7. in the enactment of Writing Skills. Spanish Art
'. following described pro- IH.J. Starling has made Pursuant to regulations of this proposed Appreciation 20th Century Thursday Night
party and amending the NOTICE OF application to the Bradford HUD, a public hearing will ORDINANCE should Humanities Major Religions,
Comprehensive Land Use APPUCATIOWFORREZONINGAND County Zoning Board be held at the RJ E Center appear and be heard at Klementary: Math for Teachers Disco Lessons Disco Night
Plan to provide that lands for rectes tlcatk>n of the Cafeteria at 7:00: P.M. on the time and place pre; College Algebra: Modern Cell 7:30: Sharp Starts At 9:00:
currently zoned OR and AMENDMENTCFTHE property described below December 21, 1978 to scribed Biology, Physical Science Human .....
designated by the plan a* LAND USE PLAN from R1C to OR Ten ((10)) receive public comment Origins, Marriage and the Family,
Rural' Residential be acres located Just East of end citizen participation In BOARD OF BRADFORD and Introduction to Sociology.New .
rezoned to MS, and An ORDINANCE amending City Limits off Market the development of the COUNTY COMMIS.
designated light manufacturing the ComprehensiveLand Road -In Section 22, preapplication for Federal SIONERS. BY: Gilbert S. and old students can receive
the property of Use Plan Element Township 6 South, Range assistance. Brown Clerk. 1tpd 12/7. financial aid forms and assistance Bonnie Gringo Band I
and Map by Bradford
RALPH M VANN, 22 East parcel l 2620- academic counseling, and other
described as follows: County Florida In accordance 00101 to put property In Merrill Edwards services at the local SFCC Office.
8/10th of located with the local City Clerk J "
an acre agricultural classification. December 13 1978
K mile South of Rd. 221 Government Comprehensive This change In classification Itchg 12/7 For more information stop by the .... ,
'. on the left of Hwy 301, I Planning Act of 1975 Is subject to a public Starke Center Office Monday.
out of parcel! 487140201)( I as provided for in Chapter i hearing to be held NOTICE OFAPPLICATION Thursday from 8 a,m. to 3 p,m. or
In Section 18, Township 7 163 of the Florida Stern Tuesday December 26. FOR phone 4-53B2.. Also W* Ar. Now Accepting ffeservat/ona/ For New Years Eve Parties"

South Range 22 East tutes. 1978 at 7:30: p.m.. In the REZONING AND I
You are further given TO: All Citizens County Commission AMENDMENT THE
NOTICE that a copy of Taxpayers and other interested Room In the Bradford LAND USE PLAN
'said I proposedORDINANCE Parsons. County Courthouse At
is availablefor this time all persons An ORDINANCE I amend.ng ., I' illD IRfBBBBBBBflSBWSMBBKBB j
your Inspection at the IYou and each of You are interested shall be heard the Comprehensive
office of the Director of hereby and herewith for or against, the proposal land Use Plan Element
Zoning and Planning given notice In accordance as specified in the and Map by Bradford
Bradford County Court. with Florida Statutes Zoning Code of Bradford County; Florida, In accordance BBIBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB SBBBBBI
house Starke Florida. that the Board of County. with the local'
leach and every Person County Commissioners of Government Comprehensive Whenyoucansaveupto5Olusrn
having any interest what. Bradford County, Florida, Jerome Johns, Chairman Planning Act of 1975
ever in the enactment of have designated the Bradford County Zoning as provided for in Chapter
this proposed ORDI Bradford County Zoningand Board. 163 of the Florida Statutes. h rN V
NANCE should appear Planning Board to Itpd 12n.REZONING. >*
and be heard at the time conduct a public hearingat instead
?, and, place prescribed. a regular meeting held TO: All Citizens Taxpayers g gas
at 7:30: p.m.. In the and other Irrte-

*.*-.COUNTY BOARD OF"COMM1S8IO-BRADFORD' i ,County... ng.--Commission,, Bradford FOR"THE- FOLtCWINO REQUESTED ,. .edif> _If .....1/"/.. I t e.es. w' trry ttd w' f r-1 '
I ''t NERS BY: Gilbert S. County Courthouse DESCRIBED PARCEL: lYou and each of You are 7 T\ electricity
Brown, Clerk Itpd 12/7. Starke Florida on Tuesday hereby and herewith
December 28 1978, COM AT NE COR OF given notice In accordance -
and make a recommendation NEK OF SWK RUN S with Florida Statutes -
to the Board of 567 FT E 225.50 FT TO that-the Board of to heat!
NOTICEI County Commlasioneni FOB N 250 FT W 265 FT. County Commissioners of $
Rex E. Anderson has end the Board will consider S 250 FT E 265 FT 'TO Bradford County Florida
on Monday,January FOB TEMPLES S/D. i
made application to the have designated the
8, 1978 at the same said Bradford County Zoning
Bradford County Zoning
Board for reclassiflcatlon place at 10:00: A.M. an THE OWNER, JAMES and Planning Board to I I Li
Ordinance relating to: CRUGER.391 DAVIS ST.
of the property described .I I conduct a public hearing
below from R1C to OR i i.I .
Forty-eight (148)) acres ,
located ;of Stke'ji; ; Luke Road-I In
Section 15, Township 8
parcel'' 2157, to put J .
property in an agricultural '
.classification. This CITY OF STARKE, FLORIDA
change in classification is
subject toe public hearingto .
December 26, 1978 at uroxvxWwew
7.30 p.m., In the County COMPLETELY INSTALLED! unuuslly ntnl
Commission Room In the HERfS WHAT YOU cna
Bradford County Court. Educational Requirements: S 100 10.000 ITU OAS FURNACE PnnYl_
house. At this time all \ 9 THERMOSTAT CONTROLS If?

persons Interested shall Minimum / SIX AIR sum DUCTS .
;i::: be heard for or against the 1. High School Graduate ( )
i proposal as specified
:::I 2. Previous Experience Planning And Zoning ELECTRICAL WORK *ll UIOI i MATERIALS .
tt (Familiar With Starke And Previous RUDY FOR FUTURE "I .

Planning And Zoning Problems) CONDITION..IThe \

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:-:.1 Other Qualifications: -4
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1S 1. Preferably Married Last Word In Comfort
,,5 ,. 2.. Live In City of Starke .
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Asic 3. Capable Of Acquiring Needed Knowledge f1 'f'

1I In Areas Of

S A. Accounting And Finances
Simple Engineering And Terms And

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?v! Management And Public Relations

I 'JohnsAbout Knowledge Of City Requirements, For ''
:::=;. 4 't Building .,;. :,;' /:: ;' Heats, Up To

This Question:, Duties: ,

.;i "Spring include an cleaning,'airing should of insurance ; Assist City Clerk. In The Following( Areas: : 'j e Rooms

,: policies to bo
sure that new risks are 1. Planning And Zoning i '
3I + adequately. covered M # $3699.5

I 11 without the needles 2. Financial :Record Keeping
:=; t expense of overlapping 3. Other Duties As RequiredMt'i
S policies. Does the

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: i Agency a local Independent ,Applications,WiN Be, Received By The City) Of Starke t
i agent offer a freeS .
1 survey of Insurance Ditty December 30 1978
S policies to be certain of ., ,

:S.:::! reasonable coverage. 'E.' ?" ,pVty,Commission, City Of Starke, Florida

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i IN THE CIRCUIT COURT HAVING CLAIMS OR ing In the Circuit Court for representative's attorney s1rr1 or demand: they tIng.nt or wnNquidatad, NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO +ford. Joint owner LAWTEY ROAD IN
FOR BRADFORD DEMANDS AGAINST Bradford County. Florida am set forth blow mry have. Each cMm the nature of the uncertainty REGISTER.FICTITIOUS Outftd thlt 23rd day of FRONT OF THE AARON
COUNTY FLORIDA THE ABOVE ESTATE Probate Division the All persons having mutt be In writing endfrtatkrkarethabails aha be ttatad. If NAME, Neither, A.D. 19'18 at HOLLY PROPERTY.
PROBATE DIVISION AND ALL OTHER address d which It Bradford claim or demands for the claim .. secured, the Pursuant to Section Stark, Florida.
Fife Number 78- IN RE: ESTATE OF THE ESTATE: Stark, Florida The required WITHIN THREE witless d the creditor or daacrlbecli The davnajrit. notice Ie hereby QWari thattheundoraigneltferekl ,r- \ JUANITA C. PMLUPPS
LESLIE WILLIAM .YOU ARE HEREBY penonel representative of MONTHS FROM THE rs agent or attorney and hall deliver aufficlentcopina ; L, OF INTENTIONTO 1609 OLD LAWTEY
MORRIS. Dec eaed. NOTIFIED that the the estate la Jean Morris DATE OF THE FIRST the'amount cMnrwd. If : of the claim to thecerktoaabtethadak and Joan A. Ciawford REGISTER ROAD REQUEST TO:
administration of th whoM addreat Route 2, PUBLICATION OF THIS the claim to not yet due to Ftdtite3 Bob 115,Starke FICTITIOUS NAME
NOTICtOFADMINISTRATION eetate of Leslie William Box 144 Starka Florida NOTICE to file with the the date when It wt. mall ON copy to each: Fla. 32091, doing bur. IIREPLACE PRESENT
Morris deceased File 32001. The name and clerk d the above court become due shall be personal ,._athle. tesa under the firm" n mod IPurauant to Sect lor SINGLE WIDE!, MOBILE
I TO ALL PERSONS Number 78-463 .to pend addraaa d the personal l written statement d any elated. If the claim Is conI ..Al parsons (letere ted GERALD'S FINA 70 866.08, Florida Statute, HOME WITH A DOUBLE
In the estate to whom a notice hereby given that WOE MOBILE HOMEA
S.Walnut Street StarbeFla ,
the undersigned Affordable
I copy. of thia! Notice- dAd
32001. Intends to
Homo of Florida
mailed< are required register said fictitious Inc. P,O.. Box 412 WILL BE HELD
WITHIN THREE name under the provisions Starka, Fie. ;32091. doing THURSDAY DECEMBER
of aforesaid business under the firm
NOTICE to file any 'A P.O.BOIl 412.Sial'll..Fle PARTIES WILL BE
4v objocttona they may have ; PANELIMGI 32091 Inttnda to register HEARD AT THIS-TIME.
that cfMHengse the validity I Mid fictitious name under
d the dacedenf win CENTER the proviBiona'of afar AL CROSBY
the quallflcailone of thepersonal told statute CHAIRMAN. CITY OF
repraaantath, I Paneling Molding I Affordable Homo of STARKE PLANNINGAND
or the> venue) or jurisdiction I Florida Inc, Owner. ZONING BOARD.
of the court Kitchen Cabinet Dated this 7th day of
:' ..ALL CLAIMS. I Counter Tops I Docerrtoer, A.D. 1978 et MERRILL EDWARDS.
Trail Restaurant DEMANDS AND I vanities I II I Starke, Florida 32091 CITY CLERK. CITY OF
Date of the first
U.S. 301 N. Fla
Lawtcy publication of this Noticed !| : FOR
Adminlatratloni: Nov. a VARIANCE CHANCE "Truly absurd li the
30. 1978. i NE CORNER NE 1/4 of
I Completely Remodeled"I .Jean Morris As i I I SE 1/4 5212 W 212 N nan who never changat.
Personal Representative S. Thompson St. 212 E 212 TO POB. THIS
d the Estate d Leslie i Coo Cots Punt PROPERTY IS LOCATED
I \ William Deceased. Morrle ((3)40 >4-6711 Auguite BarthalmyTEXAS

.ATTORNEY FOR --sea... Ili t1o B IBS 1.q fBBI
: :; : George H. WATERS .Y.'iDIPa'\f1d.B I
Plorce P.O. Drawer 1l {p. an
Starke, Florida 32091. '

Home Cooked Meals ", ; 6/01.Telephone' 11/30: frctio.904/964-12/7. *Large Bulldozer or Small Work 'UI,',$'AJE W: -Hno 1 ':

*Land Fid
electing. Fri. I>.. I thru ..1I.ra PLENTY Or MONEY
Fresh Seafood FICTITIOUS NAME PondsWILBUR Hltirdy Vmt. 9. PlnnU. yLao. rash ........, trlafobmorito
Daily Pursuant to Section rlotb., Imlckknaok, inrf- I*.....IndlvMyalI .
8115.119, Florida Statute, WATERS board ..1..1.......* !It.... tb'* Lake Butler *,*..
notice Is hereby given that Don Uri|..r* 1190 H.W. lit ,.Regardless .. ..prlB. *.>
the undorslgnod James E.and MtMli Trr. Behind P.w.Uu MH I I I writ* A.T. Pat. P,...,
James A. Starting- t. A Nor :1. '-' 'I'".,' Park 11/30 Ztchg U7.condition. Taxa. RetlBory,Corp. Box
both d P.O. Box :366 711 Fart Worth, T....
Stsrke, Florida 3209V Or 712.11HPhilip liMi STANG Easollsat 14101.: ltehg. ..12/7. :___
Ph. 496-2308
BREAKFAST Salad doing buslnees under the 12/7, Unchg.. SOCIAL SERVICES AIDEtOualUfeatlocwt
firm name of Title VI Project
BULLINGTON'S W.Clark -; Eligibility, .Ugh. acboolgradaat .
Bar STUDIO 104 West Can ., .bo.h.tC.a *r .*jBlvlaltvalid .
99 REALTOR MI' *3 for large pr drlvr Ideas
SPECIALS Street Starke'Fla: 32001 ID KEYSTONE 496-3S62 or 402-1887. _.10..1 ........ work
Intends to register said HEIGHTS 1217 Ztth. 12/14. ...110..1! .tebUlt,. Datloat
fictitious name under the .
------ Work with.ehsol.taffl EVE
provisions of aforesaid OHIe.|9 Open statute. E....... 15 p... Hurling km. ...t wwkorai la Ih* UoBtUlcatloa -
James E. and James A. \\9Q4\413-4031\ to Community CaUr IBRUord. .. high. risk atudaatat
Starling )joint owners. ----- .Toy and CbrlMmaa a>ak* ..... ..I..... rocordrootilt .
Mon Thurs 7 A.M. To 9 P.M. Fri Sat Sun 7 A.M. To 10 P.M. Deted this 23rd day d EllaG.Sub. doromtloBk C.U 4311044. of ..&1,111... Apply
November. A.D. 1978 at Realtor Aiclt.. Itpd 127.FEMALE. 8RECCETA, P.O.B*> 70.
Starka Florida. NEAT AS A PIN ,- -- -------- Live..! ._Oak_ r k>. Ittkg 12/7

------------------------- -----, ---------- 11/234tpd 1214. Born April WEIMARANERI'27, 1978t ready HELP WANTED Lk
--- ---------------;------------------wpwMi---------------BAeee.MtfeMBSSBteBaalaal 2.bdri*BiabO horn as I ButUr .Bd Breaker Hadjr
_are .f (..d land, paved lor tr.lal..IGood( bird....,dog 490.It W.,'.. rail and prtU...
1100. Franco
.... IKJTOO. Gd. triage "..flu. Apply'
PUBLIC NOTICEGAlNESV.ILLE 2398 Itcfcf 12/7. Is per.... 11130 lte" 121.
WHY RENT?? SET- --OF--4-SSZ28- --15"---...-...1.-. Crx::; :::;;.jiiI.

w.. yea MB sea this 3 12/7 114"( Can. 490-2398.( lUh( Arn.rlgfeHigh ad 8..... .5i School m.. -It*1wkBd .
AUTO MART II ANNEX bed,...brick ham far onlHtflOO. a B>ntk.. Friar
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"''t"\ltii ;ks; : Saturday. !>... at Doyle ... .
.. ..., .I. Waldo r "r, ," ", OJ,, e 468.2050',v ," .. '.v ..q "..,r'-'r"'' ." al'tM4NY'. ".q:' C t. .. .MINI-FARM.. j :,* '" .'.! ":I."_'... I lUhg,ml 8.lilT'on;8R2S1.4UM2444. ,, .taee'R.cr.iter.C.IvlaV..w.A3.N41.o,8tarko::
<..-.. 3 bdn r Ions *B : Armory M4M4320( .. I *r
.t cllat Und 28,500.CRY8TALTAKE -- -------- 4311421. 11/14 tfa.
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W.h.r Wood., Rt; I. Bo '
..' ', HOME81TES 422. L.... Bntkri Call 490- REAL ESTATE. .. W ANTEDildtvkli
u l .t. t* buy 10-
.' 2041. llpd 12/7. .. .
50 *cr* Csib, but prfr
ap'L t ',','''' 100 s 185 baOdlBf lot ----------- Urn Writ P.O. Drawer
.. 335000. SWEET POTATOES For 27S.A kchiiB 32015 *r phone
'"" --....- Sal.. 17 per babL EUry 4C2-1S19. No *Uwt, ..U..
COMMERCIAL LOT Griffin I 1/2 mile wrath ofLak 11/30 4tchg 12/11.
I ;" .Butler .. SR-231. 4903 -

*... lot on SR 10 18500. 5J., II 130, 2uh. 12/7. BRASINGTONCaxUOacOldaiDoblle
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am 1.16, lat LOCATION?? .*,pet.d. family room and Salea&Service:
tai living room, w/4.9 acroi. 1 fine Selection Of feed
I \ppres.11/4*cr.lot,p*...eI tnOo from city Unit 490- Cart Taken On
K itrl .. th,.. lld.., Irontm 2098. 11/23 4Ukc 12/14. Caddlai Trades
8R 100 Lk
2001 N.W/13378-M01
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I Would Like To Tell You Folks' ; I

_p t About Our Location In Waldo. 1 I Perfect for 1

I : ChristmasELECTRIC 1

All Of Our Cars Are New Car Trade Ins. e. I j jy t 1

No Auction Cars At All. Our Cars Are I I CONK

Checked Out When We Buy Them J I ,

They Are Run Through Our Detail ,Shop Where. Ii I f-' ORGAN

They Are Gone Over Bumper To ,Bumper ': I

MANAGER Before We Put Them On Our Lot In Waldo ; ,,, SALESMAN I 1 Finger Cord

ED ENDICOTT : ',,: ) I LYNN'. 4.. I & Show Cords
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:.,y" DO WE HAVE A WARRANTY? YES ; ''e"" tT I : ," .. EASY CREDIT .1.1ni

,,I All cars have limited warranty .. ; I

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*' Because of our low overhead In Waldo we can save you '1 0's.{ '' I COURSE WITM.EAOH r
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.LAND*,..*** FOB H.I.",.SALE. Nl.,. .. .; e K11IU, .k$1 i lillli I '; rr I t :$I i I: \ :,, ',ft''I1A'J ;; : } ''t ; AU i I

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... aeea ............. **alhi. ...... It aw aarrlac -. ....... PICKUP*.. I$7Ph. .I sad CMbO. hew.. tt ....- L."., .r**> *. MaaptlaitbM PIANO, I yr4 aadt ....0.... Doable k.ybMrd. fcaiMtorbytbai ;
K.,..toM. ....... aad that lataraatlaaal .....,., Far. ... ..
.... P..... to M| Whjterm ... altar 8i38 p.... $14 OUNSM OSILLEySOME w ........... Pbaaa 9444IIS.
I IMI tim._. ta MO .....Bdte. aiM. CaowtrwUwa 82n. It/t3..... I22.1$7PINIOSAC : Cab Tra.tar with ballyBiowar. IS/7 Stcha; 12/21. trad far aow. P.... f84< .
per. ...,*. CaaaBeralel' of MW drrrowaya aadparklac SALES: ....-6tOI. Opts 1day. Ttaatar. aaa b. 544. 13/7 Itch* 12/14. A PHONE"".'7'6
....ce.... S..11 BTaUaMa. total .... rapakrlaaad 5 ---------.--- ......,. M/ak.. ......... at By ...j. BM* ELECTRIC RANGE' 10) N, TEMPLE I
0......, 413-437&. tf/chs, aaaltag. a.l.tlc......... ,AM/VM S track, ,ataraawMh tkatodIlaaa should b* Malad sad grade .Ma. .ia Clod- .50aeb REGISTERED: : m A.1f FLORIDAChrldmas I

for Ira. oathBatoa, phoaaM44 4 ......... 4-.... WANTED, ...IItIl. ..... ..u......t*__ clark bWroMb. 35. Pbaaa 9844803. lay APPALOOSA O..1act. 1* 1
SECOND MORTGAGE .. 13/7 4tafc. 12/M tnaaw 4 *yk .*cla*. Hatchback a.hM aad ,.....W II pick .p. J .Jaaauify 1 1979. Tba 12/7 yroi 15* Dark Rap. with *TI( the MMO te be jolly also! the;

MONEY AVAILABLE! ., .add with rrwladow OLIN-9 MOBILE HOME City rarr Usa night Maoapt blaahotl. Pak ajaatattralaadi season te b.ln..llle.nt. In then. Utlen.ry time I
.......... Beaky Dyer, 4732333. TRACTOR WORKt _!... .........La.a tbaa BALES tN..... Opus 7 ar riaat| ,aay ... .UhMa.llT GO CART Read wUIaaH ....... $08. Pkoaa45S2M9. why not a horn or land for the enMrej family f Thiswould I :
1 LI...... ........ ..... weft hf tk* day ai waofc.. tt/abg. .,..( It/14. aowi It/7 2tpd 13/14.
.." .... .ba.. 848 .... Pba* 9544404da lar 32M *r god ....... be a wonderful venture for this Christmas
br.k.rgbrg. WN Glow or...by_.tha. M-tMI,... r hotw, 8i34 r.. 11/38 tlpd ULZ'8.-- ...... 1844888. 11/7 Stpd ind many more to cornel
------------ or9M44TH. 12/7. WORK WANTED I* yoarItaSar YARD 12/14. UPRIGHT PIANO (goad
1 FOR BALE OAR LAKE! 12/7 3tpd, 1321.GUMCRCEK ---------- laaklacT Or h.. ttbaaa .....,.. IS o.a t* t ,... hi -.II..... Pboa 7324942. ) Properties I'I'Pr".red '

i ESTATES....to thr** acre 1983 FORD twi dew. *.ar >>> yaara alaa **. Inset ol ChrtiUaa Charah hi ENGLISH SETTER Itpd 127.POTTED.
,.11I.. ....... tract, KENNELS ........ body, food autor. had M **al SaaMT 24 mor ..,,- r..... ties ahjaa.CkHhaa 10 ...... old how PUPS -TOME INCOME Excellent" condltten 48 A. IB.
12,416a.r.296D... ...l.,. sad b.srdlag. US 891 3 I ft aUUa North ofStarko ., .1.....| 12 WmM9JS. raraltara, ..... ...... goadhaaUaa PLANTS sad LR. OR "E. -..n" kitchen, CHftAs fireplace.carpatt. .
$29/... 0.,.... .. Phono M44I22. 12/7 2uh. CaB ......... AC ........_.. licka chats sad .. .
,I' 8138791853. < Uadrwd ...'*.... today .........\ S ....IM, lie Sarah Camatry dl'a, .. dishwasher, stove plut a duplex h
IO/12TI/cha. 1214.WILL. TF/aha 11/30. .!t!d 12/7. __ 11/7,_ ..... Twa _.... IllS each 0,.. ...... I.... B a... .. S for additional Income. *.8.000. Could have VA or

,, .. ., WANTED Phaaa tN...... I.... 12/7. pak Iroaa T....94483. FHA financing d
'' "c. TENDER
HELP WANTED; Llc.edRM : RABYSIT la .yhow. I I.J GOOD watered S......,. Phase . . . . . . . .
E..... Salaapereaa. i ., S day a w....PhaaoM48381. .J IT....Still raaalag eat ., GARAGE 344 w.., Call .....,,
i ; RESPONSIBLE PARTIES are Marray. G...... 714 SALE) Satordayaad Stark Itch. 12/T. SCENIC tit ACRE FARMSTEAD Country heritage !" ;
...,k K. .,... Helchl. ll/3 tlahg lilt dRfttI91.\ ; *
to leraa a.". ..* hurl lty ,LaI.,.,.* t>l, Pbaaa 9847328. Say Da*. S, 18. 8 with blend of rolling open fields, pasture r
." ..n.r h 8 tin. .110.. .... ,.,.. .. .....,
"J .
"' log .bib, MI>J... i lavaaVa 11113 2takf. .... to 5 p... Teak, lay*.
R. &:.....11 Realty, III 8. GENERAL CARPENTRY at.Pboa 9844287. Itch, *. ........ faraltor BLACK A WHITE TV t woodland plus stream with great fencing. Cypress
Edwd Ave., ......... ,WORK Palatla.. daorMwhig. BEAUTIFULLY FUR. 12/7. PU.>. .a.paa Coca orh> tar- .lash "...... Btttet AC-DC| 1 story farm house with hand hewn beams put

TlBe, fl 32203 M7-18JM p..aalla.. aJton.Uooa. NI8HED aaa BR .,.,..... FILL DIRT top aall. bat .......... 7 aiUaa 8E .. MOM" P..... 475-X04S. Itpd together with pegs. 1 flrepUcet tobacco barn -
........ aad.
......,. 4tpd II/30-12/Z1. rapahra, .*)- .. Carpal paaL tlla batkraoaa BUY yard.. Stork SR 108 IS/7. terms available thru owner. Convenient
WE PECANS dally.W M yalUw
.I.i. .aarity den ... Jla a yMartl .. .U..
.. tlMg .
... II..'.. prlTata pavadpairklaa crack ....... Wat ll/M TF/Ag. haaaa. Chnraraatlla' Poal- Oalnetvlll
WANTED P.r.. ,.slaw Ideal for .oapl.., wrbjbt. P_. C., StarkoFanaor try r._. Had 12/7. STEREO AND TAPE Dock
rid ,. ClaarwalerDe BRADFORD ... ....; rtlrd. ........ 11/2 TP Playar A Irll.. two LAKE GENEVA ESTATES 1 large lots with
..br 2J. Call 4734703. TANK SERVICES .(ckiUraa ar ar .*por.ouwN. .a Ea. TWO ACRE Mablla kaaiolota. YARD SALE Maaa. ......r.. .... 1130 870Pkaa access to Lake Geneva. S15.MO. each or a better

Itpd 11/7. raaldaatktl. paaapHmto, (40 a..U.at ......... ..,.....* ;i '1 IOR'SAt' PAYMENT. NO' to:j DOWN orcaa, tad, sari, baaka 4754045. Itpd 12/7. price for 2. Perfect for that affordable getawayor
Co .anhtl. aad ludaatrial.Fally $: aa.lllladboyar. ...,.. .. .. .
---------- ......... ....* 9844285. radio, payer.se. yeer round ,lake living.
........ Pboao t048121. Ralph Rasher, 1978 CAMP TRAILER 22
FOR BALE Stalker II CB TP.... ....ape, aha bra," baaah.tabla .
.. ... tlahfBILL'S ,"-e7tla.1J / .?F/cb.. ... Itt HI L. G.. Saran.
B. 40 ....., upper sad law a awwr*. .. HOMES
r1'*'...... aid. .heed G...... BRADFORD VILLAGE BY OWNER 1 BR. 1. bath I...... ...... all kbula. T....., sows alp. 4, ONE OF SARATOGA.. HEIGHTS FINEST
-. Eagle. Bilk., regular. Bill. SAW.$HOP, Caa- APARTMENTS Vaaaaayaaoa. brick ._.. Oa Hwy ISO ANTIQUE STORE' Locatad Friday. aad Saturday S... Heat Abi TV i I way Mr. and M... James CHRISTMAS 1308 Pratt 1
.ft. Tracker CB; H......, Stardueter plot aharpoaltog ........., BOW tekhtc. appHcatlaaa. aaa ailla fr.ai .....1.... sr US 381. Ready t* IlL Marcaa. Rd, ell US 301Narth Raalari ..U......,..., BR.2 lull baths, tr.m.ndou..amn, room. CH&A.
.. ..,.... with oea, alraalar. kaad, ..,'Wi.. Oaa BR, ............ (334WO. Pkaur ass for *pp.. aaaratot a.*.laa}, .... all lice.... Itpd Ill?. Shower peal A *tar*. 1,.... Over tliod double garage.
fc ...... Y..) r...". ilea, .....1' Mad hollow. AC, wailed ...... Pkoao .... P..... 944878, 11/18 T_. to. alt ...,.. Pbaaa8S4478847 .. E.,.. Ph. 479-20JS. Itpd

...AU..3 pi**.doabto 'geed aad .......... L..... 84101 baton 8 .... 11/30 TF Ie". Boa 1849.* A.ar.(.writ....a P.O.Fla.IM1I. SALE SATURDAY Da*. 9. IS/7 HARRINOTON-CHRISTY HOME 337 N.

.I.I1S: ... asks 100. Call at Jaekaoa Balldla. Sapply. T"/.... DOUBLE WIDE MOBILE 11/19 TFchg.BAH1A 8 .... .. & Badaaak ......1'. WALNUT. Beautiful home with fireplace, drapes* ;
II p... .473-2552. Itcka- pt.d. ar Kajratoa B.....*. Stork. Maay. .......... CHAIN LINK FENCE carpets, sun room fully equipped country kitchen .'
HOME 1(73 1452. bye
III..... SLEEPING ROOMS fair thick bh-ch ,...11... double HAY r Arcaatlaa.UcUy I..... carpet. r..*..., '..,eI.... ..... .."..'... plus 4 apartments Mint condition attractively .
------ TOMMY'S LANDCLEAR. ark*. Phoaa '''''''U. 12/7 '..'.,...,,,1 n ...., quality larUUaad: Pbaaa 984 brie C........ doaara- Call M.. .. Faac furnished.' Excellent location.. Investment oppor
,FOR RENTr I BR M.....* INGi Caiplto bo.lldarwark. flakf IS/14 swalap11/11. .bat....t tars ...,.. "/..kg.. '' ....., Nye ......., wash c_,1141.WOODED.- 4734822. 11130 tunity. I
: sd cm .. ._ Itpd 12/7. 7tpd
llbBwltbC/A lf
Pboa SM-8734. f14Uek BR 12, aaa BR 12.18, t
,, Lak. G..*.*. HI......' 100 THREE BEDROOM MobileHaai axcaBaat ....".... ll.OOO, WATSON: HOUSE OF "
....... Ire** c.,.... G...... ( *. 1100"",,,. P.. flaaackiB aval bbla.(30Bia VACUUMSt: Maay .......at WATERLESSCOOKWARE ONE ACRE wallMptla ACCENT ON VALUE$J1.M9.-4BR.2B, CH8A.Vj i

atedlato *.ft.....,. 473- HANDYMAN All ..... 9444281 m '""111. Itekg natol ...... 9848748. sow T.a.aa... Used .hoary aiartlply lids light. pala L.... acre. 1223 E. BestenMM.SOO existing mortgage.

2722. itpd 12/7. ....11:.. .......ler/.cer..... 1117. 11/38 TF/.... -...... .......... Part.aad .total*** eta! H_. rack drlway aad partial. 1
---- raaiadaUu.. boaaowaaklataad .......,... tar all .... typo, atfj la hot, ...*... S in .,... S..1 PEARL PICK ERIN0'5 ,ATTRACTIVE HOME

HOUSE FOR RENT) 2 BR ....u... .,..1.1 SMALL TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOME, Why pay aaaai ayatoai 404 N.W. aamatod prkM (..... will Stork. 9844898. 11/30 2tad 212 Redgrave 3 BR 3 B, convenient double carport

2 Beth., aajlly r..., rataa/taraia far aoalorcltliaaa. ....*, .... laraltar rare, Bay dlract Ir.. lOtb A".., a.la.ivllla. aaU tor ". Pbao* Nwharry. 11/7. lovely ground. Owner..lInanced."I

ecreeaad I. parch, ..,.r." Fro ..'1..... ...... .".....10. Itpd 127.KITCHENETTES luster,.. Large ......... of Pboa 378-7118. tl/...|. 472.2113. 12/7 4tal.. .
utility. .27S par ...,... Call P.... 904-8M1 sitar S ,..4 14.14llwlda.. 8TARKE 12/28. STUCCO HOME with 3 BR.S BEST LOCATION BUSINESS A LIVING

473428S. 12/T Hack! ... .........* .........., ... HOME CENTER VS 301 SIGN PAINTING Taut .....*. CH4.A. wad lea QUARTERS Morgan's Bldg. on 301 N. acrossfrom
.... I 8Saaday. aarvia .Baa fortoiaad aa Na301.22,000 Eoalty'
'"' Narlh.Opaa to ta aaa day Rady at. HAY, Eacolloat
'FOR SALE: ) ARC 8fc.rU.Haeky SIGN PAINTING Faat.oaoday aUapiaa: rears TV.. AC. PkB. 9848741.tfckf. WaU ..... Markat.. Friday. P._.... ...... $130p.rhalo. 827.000 Mcrtgan at 8 8/4 Powell's' Dairy Freeie. Generous parking.
Dapple Tw. -... auk aarvlea, wacAly aadataatbly. .. .. .. ....... |1216/..1. Cal 9848MO. facilities. Owner: financed.
.*......8.* Rudy atWaldo ....... sal Sat,8. ,. T........ Pkaa* ,....n. 11/7 .
tkre. .._.... Eieelleat R. 884-80S*' .
,aad Flaa ........,. "riIIa,. TF/..... kg;
.. ... ... .130-20O.. Will Sat, Saaday, .......,. TF.ak loa.g. Tllabla. BLOCK HOME wltk 3 Badree .CHAIN LIME FENCE COME, BE INSPIRED! 40 acres coiy country "
'..11..1' C........... Can 4733827 (. Maul Stark 3 1/1 US aillaaNartfc 301. .,1 bath,with 12....* aUrfel. .Do It yaaraall aad GO-CART, Lfc* a... m* OAK FIREWOOD, WM cat home plus a trailer for inUws or Income SSS.OOO.
to .*..1'.* to "...,. a< *a .I ..... Carpal, CH/A. ..... INatallatloa avadakla.Froa .... (1U. Pbaaa 8844984.Itpd aad haul .. hag body pick. Investment opportunity.
Itpd 12/7. RAB LANDCLEARlNGiDaaar .12/7 TFcbfTRAILER P...* 1111.lIn.llI. tl/.... ..,....... HaadyMaaFoaa IS7.YARD8ALEFrUayl9t. a*. 125 lar tail truck *.*r

...r" tai aad ...n .. ...---,- C*., 9844539. SHOTVth 1/2 rw... Phoa' "..111I". PRIVATE HOMESITE Approx. S acre ,In
lab.. Pbon 8/17 ( with two bod- THREE BEDROOM .. ; 10/88..!!/ck..
,GARAGE SALE.D... b... two .4 Hampton W.OOO,
rata*,..r........ .hi Law toy.Pbaaa .
P..... TFsbg.SEWING both kai teed tear SHELLED PECANS fir
8 -9,9a.. S p.,1.0. aat Beta Rd.3.lHea
p.ai. 7624/18,11130 *tpd COVERS
........* .. Camp ..... MACHINES 13/7. acre at ..... S.....,. 1179 PATIO........... Lbaltod lOsM /... la to .t It.ail. .... Far .......... phoaa9M4052. LAWTEY STORE 4 LIVING QUARTERS .
with U. .
Road. Watch for .. ... balldlaa FaBow .. leak 13/7. ...
kalce GATOR alga Itckf 12/7. Corner lot 100' X 100' plus well built CB building ,
REPAIRED All ..... apartaiaat sad .......... '
,I.".Itcka; 127MOVING ........ ollad. sad adjusted PALMS APARTMENTS B...tree with calk. plgpoaaad .ALUMINUM.! 4820 N.W. 30000. Owner financed. r ')
''' .7.W.rII..raa..II..... Elllcl.aclai, .ar........ _.... Read wltkIrrlgetloa llth St., GataoavlUo.. Pkaaa GARAGE SALE Saturday. WHOLESALETRAMPOLINES
BALE Friday. ... Strkklaad,coraar of MarnaRoad Waaklr ar. .*.....|,. 2313 N. .,.'... May 17241787.8: duebg.LIMEROCRAils. Deaf,IM E.Bath 81,$W.

''S., ,. Dee 89. Baklad ..d 3wy 18. U/s... AT.., Stark. ....... M3OO. CaB alter 4 I IRKKT Taylor, ..,.., *l S..,.. A Lucille Conner Spry Associate 4-3430 .
FrUadeblp.. Bib Ckarch. TT/rl'g. _ ., __.__ ___ .. ... .
f '." 40111897, 11 M .A.....L.. .......,. .8L..... 7 0!.J 17! T...*. .* Manor. "'r'" -
Upright recur. baacahald ....... ....iallaBaoaaUaaia. -
BUILD. [ are .
REMODELING. Inn. 8 ... .Ideal Christmas
... ..,....... waakdaya alter ofaaytta Gifts
,1& 12/7
Itpd. aad '. .'.. .. Itehs 12/7.
ING .. ,we.k.ads. 9/14 Florilaiul. Heidle' Ralph Bryan i
kl'...., bathe '..11, d/.". Ly-A-Wy For Xmas I ;
i WATERLESS F.... Brick, back. aaacrato. 1 : ',lInpWAk.1: D'I I If. FISHING BOAT 12 !**.. PII: 1-T7B-9227 Jan J9JN.T.. .pl.Av.. Real Estate .
..COOKWARE heavy .altl- Fir.,...* apoalalata.GrHlla 1, GARAGE-:M1 :, Frlda. 8ail-V ....... hoary *.8* Klarka. II.. :'
,ply ...1..... atoel., "flaw C............ pkoao, sad 8ajtrJa UN.teav.. y!i ......... M5 lira PbaaaMOVING 0d-11Id"' N. t.
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4724933. 4Uk. | 12/28/ ALCOHOLICS ANONY Reward ...*,... CaB "7'. WE HAVE MOVED! ,
Apply la param t* CadBlac. ...*.....**.. Itaaia. Prkwt.4 i laraltar. other article.
MOUSt PhM 9M4894 or tIN after vile p... ItpdFIRST T...... Doe, 7 S... REALTY m --------- JUST A LITTLE
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HIkrld. (. Eatataa art SR. Itckg 127.WANTED. N. T..,.. A.., Stark US 381 at ElomaUry MM N. Tempi FAULKNER PLAZA
100. Thvraday, Friday a adSaturday. BULLDOZER WORKt Itpd 121.GARACE. S...... rkjkt. at Pint BaptbtCbarcb. Otorha. ,Florida --------. 2305 N. Taaipl AT*. W.
10 .... 4 ... Saiall dear, btadalaarlaa. Had '20 acre*loaccd and era** feel Sat ,... IwpraredlarllUU.
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Itpd 12/7. sad l."...Ia.. P.... JI..., ,JJPPO.RtU"ITIES I I : HT.-IB lrrthrd SALE Saturdaya R..It.r1HW60111. owed with' SO'ilttf bar, will ....... a* t.
MartlM.884-o2M.tl/ah0 _.. Cook sad d* to 9 p... Clot. .... lit..... prlog-led strum row bettor .*.. w .. a won
kaaa datto NJ roar with ......, rocarda ........* SEVERALITEMSt Tablawltk ., .trough pr..party. ZaaadraBar. ,I".D' t..4 coa>fortobUeettlaa ,
THE OFFICE SHOP NOW pm; ,." bath. CH IA. colorTV. aralta, 1987 VW (250 ar host 8 fallow .laddorbachchaba aa wall, aa taptlc ;. W* larlto all oar Irload. I
STOCKS A FULL LINE OP AND SECOND .Oror 40 mad ..... a ear.Maa ..,.... 818 w.... ..., .... (7i. CklbTa ..lactricatorcycU LAWTEY 2 br, "_., ink;, .. wa.t.laad. sad Takied. told
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800 ._ Call 1'... 474-2353 L........ Sterk. ....* 9844301.Refaraeca : ,...., aad rag*, S hla.. 1 gave, 1 NkoblaadMapad.. ----------- -
2" Thru 6" Laia. at the OHIa Shop, Mart.... .,.ker. 11184tekB ........... Itpd1ST. Saturday0 .... aatlL brews, (8 ...... .... 984' ..h..IM4 77UO 1009i 400t... pTTat. I
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Repairs .....uoa 12/7 Uah(. aa ........ aad .*......r traO.r *a ....... werkekee. C. link --------
NEED CASH? Wa bay jaak .wardrg. ; owner. .. roalactete. GIANT LAWN SALEAll (13X100. caw I BR B"II.'I lath, S R. 1070) C_.'''' Cab. I iBR,. r
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496.2829.5/18 .... atea Hl.kt.,. 47'...... prices.:Jewelry, gifts,CB ,... aw. llttla ',.e.. ''I
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& SUPPLYCOMPANY ,........1.. Jo* rraytk.. :I IHSUMHCMAINCS AVAILABLE NOW Fall ar household iiems, wipe, 3 BR Bath -.",." faralaaact eat ,' ,.,.. Saratoga lite.
431-1022. AD baalaaaa. appraaad.331 records tapes, stereo H A A. Sat ap la ".II -h-f..-.r ;
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Stark. Fla. W* ha*. a ....... dryad L.... ..,..,. 498478.Caaiplato ) 813478450. tena A. B.... ........*.. 1 BR. l Uth."ir.aia 'ZRFR E....
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Gas's Oil Fonaces-Appliaaces sad D.eJere Beak ........ (40400. I Water ctreote.May .

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I 964-8962 2 TJR. 782-3326 ( 3.7 area 110.000. ail call .* today, 1 bath *f thaee llatlai are
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CHURCH ACTIVITIES 7-30 p.m. Rev. James Parrlsh, Mrs. L. E. Padgett and family of Norman.Mr. .
Pastor. SUrke. and Mrs. Ernie Mixon. o
i CHURCH OF GODiSunday: School NORTIISIDE BAPTISTSundaySchool BV pheae78Z-33M tUaafloeUt Terry Mr. and Mr. Louis Carter of Clay Orange Park. Mr. and Mrs. hinge
\ 10a.m..Worshlp Service.II a.m. and 10 a.m., Worship Services II Hill visited their nephew and niece. Christianson. of St Stephens S.C
t fl p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7pm. a.m. and 7 p.m., Prayer Meeting Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly visited sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs Paul Elmer Hlgglnbotham. and Mr. Mr.and Mrs Frank Camp and Bryan
i I k .. YPE Friday at 7 p.m. Wednesday at 7 p.m.MISSIONARY their brother-in-law and sister Mr. Moore in Jacksonville, on Tuesday James Waters,on Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Fedak. o
I EVERGREEN BAPTIST Sunday SMYRNA School 10 and Mrs. A.P Hallman. and their morning and Mr. and Mrs. David We are happy to learn Mrs. Waters is Starke.Mr.and Mrs.Tom Tatum. Jr.
School 10 a.m., Worship Service n BAPTISTSunday a.m. brother and sister-in-law Mr and Moore joined them for lunch. able to be up some of the time. and John and Robin wer
a.m. and 7 p.m.. Training Union 8 Worship Service* 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., Mrs. E.L. Kelly Sr.. oi Keystone Mrs. Ben McCulley spent a week Mr. and Mrs. BIU Woodard and Thanksgiving dinner guest of Mr
p m., Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 7 BTS 3-43 p.m., Prayer Meeting on Heights on Saturday afternoon.Mrs. with her son-In-law and daughter Mr. family of Largo spent the weekend and Mr*. Gene Pearson.
p.m. Wednesday at 7 p.m. Onl Thornton of AuUirndale. and Mrs. Scott Davies and son Brent, with their mother. Mrs. C.R. Crew Mr. Freda Giiffi and daughter!
FAITH BAPTIST Radio Program the weekend with her sister, and their son. David McCulley of Mr. and Mr, Cecil Thomas of Kathy and Julie were Sunda
on WPXE at 8 a.m. Sunday. Bible Lawtey Personals: Mrs. Pierce Crews. On Sunday her Washington, D.C. Clearwater. were Sunday guests of evening supper guest of her parentsMr.
School 10 a.m., Worship Services 11 dinner guests were her Grandson. Mrs Leonard Norman visited her their Brother-in-law. and sister Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hardee.SUIOOLMENU .
a,m. and 6-30 p.m.. Prayer Meeting Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Sanders and W.S. Crews Jr., and her great mother-in-law Mr*. Beadle Norman and Mrs. Bennett Wilkison Sr.
on Wednesday at 6'30 Sunday family were Thanksgiving dinner Grandson Barrett Lynwood Crews, at the home of her grandaughter,Mrs. Mr*. Cello Lee and daughter
MUST BAPTIST School guest of their mother. Mrs. G.W. and her friend Mr*. Sandy Cartlcdge, Carol Coleman on Sunday afternoon. Michele. 'of Jacksonville visited :
9-45 a.m.. Worship Services 11 a.m. Jackson of Jacksonville. all of Jacksonville. Misses Kathy and Julie Grtffls Michele Lees Grandparents. Mr. and Dec. IMS
and 7-30 p.m., Training Union 8'30 Mrs. Walter Martin was a Sunday Mrs. Lois Carter, and her son and visited their uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Pearson on Saturday.Mrs. .
p.m., Prayer Meeting Wednesday at dinner guest of her sister, Mrs.Sidney daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs., Earl Mr*. Wayne Hardee and family on Margie Redd.nd daughter MONDAYHamburger on bun
7'30 pm.Brother. Hansen. Denmark and family of Jacksonville Sunday afternoon. Vickie and her Ft ..f. Mr. Les lettuce. tomato. pickle french fries
Larry Norman will be Miss Elizabeth Terry was a guest of Thanksgiving dinner guests of Bobby and Reggie Norman were McClellan visited his Mother Mr*. chocolate pudding..,milk.
Ordained as a Deacon of the Church at her sister Mn. C.E. Strickland of her were son-in-law. and daughter Mr. and Wednesday dinner guests of their W.H.Hall.In St.Judas Nursing Home TUESDAY: Bologna cup. macaron
the Church on Sunday Dec. 10th at Gainesville. Thursday to Saturday. Mrs. Leon Starling. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Truman Jacksonville on Saturday afternoon.Mr. and cheese green sweet peas, appl
7-30: p.m. Rev. Jimmy Lundy of Mrs.Strickland's daughter.. Mrs. Joe Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hardee and Norman and their Grandmother. ,Mrs. and Mrs. Gene 'Pearson crisp biscuits. butter, milk
Johnstown Baptist Church wtyl bring Bason visited them for a short timeon family. Mr. and Mrs. Davis Parrlsh Carl Prevail. attended the Elks Club. In St. cole slaw.peaches, cornbread. butter
the Message. All are Invited. Thursday afternoon. and son Jody. and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Ruby Gayno of Ocala visited Augustine on Wednesday night milk.
GRACE UNITED METHODIST: Mrs. Hester Hicks was a Saturday Wallace Chesser and ton Jason had a her Aunts. Mrs. Flossie Rosier and The Lawtey Dixie Youth milk.
Sunday School 9-45 a.m., Worship overnight and Sunday guest of her family get-together and enjoyed anoyster Mrs Rossle Reddish, on Thursday Association sponsored a Turkey Shoot THURSDAY Baked lam candle
Services 11 a.m.. Methodist Youth sister Mrs. Alma Anders. Other and weiner roastat the home of afternoon. Saturday Dec. 2nd and the winners yams green beans applesauce cake
Fellowship at "-30 pm. on Sunday Sunday dinner guests were Mrs. their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mrs. Minnie Teston visited her were as follows George Seeley hot rolls, butter milk.
night. Choir Practice on Wednesdayat Florence. Hall and her daughter, Miss Carter of Clay Hill, on Saturday cousin.Mrs.Laurie Carter,on Sunday Hulon Herndon Eddie Herndon. FRIDAY :Sloppy< Joe on bun
T n p.m.The Church has a nursery Ella Hall of Starke. afternoon. Junior Prevatt Butch Prevatt buttered corn. french fries, peac
for pre-schoo! children during Mr. and Mrs.and James their son-in-law Bowman and and afternoon.Mr.. Henry Hodges and children Mrs.Daisy Thompson spent a weekai6swsnaissealrue6sssss6asssM Timmy Smith. Buddy Grlffis. henryBrooker crisp, milk ,
services. Brian
I worship son.
attended the stock car races at the
School HIGHLAND 9-45 a.m.,BAPTIST Worship Services Sunday it and daughter.Andrew Mr.,and were Mrs.Thanksgiving Steve Crew New Jacksonville Speedway on "" -M._.............,.........

I a m. and 8 p.m., Prayer Meeting on dinner guests of their Mother, Mrs. Saturday Mr. and night.Mrs. II.C. Kelly had as By JeaneUe Prcscott stop In a register for the drawing J.
Wednesday ut 7-30 pm. It.W. Bowman.and had a light supper Sunday afternoon their Pbone48SI1ISCIIRISTMAS lie will also have a special for
I LAURA BAPTIST! Sunday School with their other parents. Mr. and Mrs. cousin visitors on Mrs. Emma Campbell of Mr. Harvey Fowler, all of Starke.On month of December with 10 pounds
I 9-45 a.m., Worship Services 11 a.m. It.Altwater of Jacksonville. Seminole and her cousins Mr. and RECITAL: Friday Nov. 24. the Prescott's wash for 35 cents and will be giving:
I' and 7-30: p.m., Prayer Meeting Mrs. Raleigh Brannen of Keystone Mrs. Anita Countryman will traveled to Lakeland to visit their percent off on all dry cleaning.The .
Wednesday at 7-30 pm. Ads Heights and Mrs. Brown of Hampton. conduct her Christmas recital at New mother.Mrs. Nellie Pringle. who 4-11. Club in to hold a rummngr
MORGAN ROAD B.\PTISTSunday: Classified Mrs. Fred Moore and hir slster-in- River Baptist Church Friday Dec. 8.. celebrated her 85th birthday Nov. 19. and a bake sale Saturday morning.
School 10 a.m.. Worship Services II law. Mrs. Manic Lou Edwards of at 7 p.m. Everyone is cordially Invitedto While there they visited their cousin. December 1)). at the t'ommumt)
a.m. and 7 p.m.. Training Union 6 Get.Results Starke. visited their brother and attend. Mrs. D.R. Minton. They visited their Center in Brooker.
p.m., Prayer Meeting Wednesday at sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Nichols

._ .__.__00------._ ---- MATURE CHRISTIANS CLUB: and Mrand Mrs. Elton Watson and
''Sr.cV'CRS2'' << .'tI2. .'Iil. The monthly meeting of the Mature their families Little Tina Anglin LUNCH: MKM:
Christians Club was held in Brooker spent Saturday night with her Dec. 11-13: .
Baptist Church recreational building grandparents.. the Watson's. The
/ Thursday. Nov. 30. It was a good Preacotts had not seen her In quite a MONDAY. Hamburger on bun
gathering with about 25 members while. They' returned home Sunday lettuce tomato pickle poiichcu.
v attending. Mrs. Zulene Harrell was Nov. 26. french fries milk.
TT! still too ill to attend and Mrs. Vivian We are happy Missy Hart Is home TltSn.Tuna: !fish salad lettuce
Parker had to stay with her mother after her weekend stay at Union and pickles idle\ with ornnKc juice
d : and couldn't attend. Club members General Hospital' In Lake Butler for cheese bread sticks, potato chips
fe drew names to exchange presents at observation and tests. She had some milk.Wtmnsuw.
the next meeting to be held Thursday. kind of virus and is still weak Our : : Bologna und choct-i'
Dec. 21. at 1 p.m. Everyone Is Invitedto prayers are with her. carrot stix. citrus salad.. green N'uiw.t:
help celebrate the occasion, Brother Herschel Markum has sandwich milk. t
whether they are members or not. opened his washeteria in Brooker. TlIl'RSn.'orn kilts! cole'Maw.i
; The grand opening will be Saturday. iippleaauce. cinrumon roll. milk :t
BROOKER ELEMENTARY December 18.On this day he is to havea FRIDAY: Meat loaf turnip greens.
), :' SCHOOL: drawing for a turkey at 6 p.m. and mashed potatoes corn bread. uulk.|
\ Students of Brooker Elementarywill all residents of the area are invited to cuke with topping. tBHS
I be participating in a Christmas
i program this year, to be held in the
school auditorium Thursday, Dec. 14 BLURBS I'raw fordDecember t I
at 7-30 p.m. The theme will be
"Christmas Around the World". The The Bradford High School Band, 4. tpApwid the day, NunevJHuttenholm. I
first grade will represent Germany. lead by Mr. Dean Cassels, traveled to :.Normm I'Msery. andj
I \J Boys will wear shorts with tops and the Florida Highway Patrol Station Ellen Hyron spent the? day \\ :
\ s knee socks and suspenders. Girls will last Friday (December 1)). The band Hanson's speech clauses \'
1 ( \ wear long or short skirts and tops with was there for the dedication of the lesson In tiding und ch Jlhlr'j\lr'j
fl w aprons. Everyone Is invited. Sherman Lee Scott Building in honor lion. The guestscre kind (' ;
of a patrolman who was slain in the stay alter school and give the )
PERSONALS: line of duty in 1965. Club members u special acting! j
We were all sorry to find out that the Probably the most important thing
'''Mr. and Mrs. Paul Prescott and B.H.S. Varsity Basketball Team lost that occured at Bradford High School
Johnny enjoyed Thanksgiving dinner Eastside Friday December..I. The this week was the distributing ol
with their daughter Mr. and Mrs. score was 6049.Better luck next time. report card in homerooms
Russell Thornton and;; family Sherry, .The Drama ,Club at Bradford High WtodnesdnJecemher 6. The ITHS.jI ;
Chris and Russell all of S lrke. After has been .very active this year and I California Tout of Hunle Skills/.
dinner they visited another daughter. they can chalk up another success. !scores from April of l)7tt! woro'also
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Hodge and Members of the Florida Studio returned to 'the students with the.
children Myra. Karen and Billy and Theater came to B.tI.S. Monday. report cards

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