Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04186
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 14, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:04186
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Three teenage were at the, : ?
SawyecfttihJ* bulk pant on Edwards also ; {
Road a$'Bradford: Square and two 11).."':! ;
were hoSDltftlfeed wiUt first' and & t
second degree bums Tuesday night. run' ,
Both youth, Scott Lazenby, le, and ; ;
Carl Bedford 19 were reported in
satisfactory caralEtion: shed.
Tony Rove r administrator at Bradford out
County n() pltal.Timmy Norman also the
was burned but waa not hospitalized, the t,
the Telegraph was told chain : ,
The fire started at about 9-30 p.m. ily'Y
Tuesday when Sawyer-Slade employee a
1'Immy Norman, a teenager, was there '
filling small lo0-pound capacity! gas take ;'! ?
cylinders but there was no official man

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The Cecil Field Fire Department National Fire Protection Association
f i moved In with a big pumper and two for a fire that could result In a boiling
;i ', p l i t; i special foam trucks to lead In putting liquid vapor explosion
'1 ,a'' rF 1 out a liquefied petroleum gas fire that
<< shot flames high above the Sawyer- "The damage was all done in the ;
t r ,,'' Slade Gas bulk plant In Starke Tues first 20 minutes or so of the Maze and ,
11 r I( Y 1 'y 4 i + 4NI't'V day night, December 12. we couldn't gel to It because of those ,
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k Up until the three large Cecil Field exploding cylinders irrcn:
trucks arrived local fire-fighting remarked "110 our first priority WIIH \
forces, bouyed by the assistance from to get everybody out elf the areu. urdidn't $
,,. units from Gainesville and Jacksonville want to take um ('honce We f
zM, r, M y as well as volunteer units from used megaphones oral knntkrd on (4
r +F a lyd within the county and Raiford had doors to get all the. people out of there
t '' ''I' stayed back from the blaze, manning and then went buck to set up our perl,
4 ? .aF' ''t ,., posts near filling stations and other meter and move In to put il out." !
1 ; sources of potential danger and aidIng -. Onlookers hnd lined the streets of
local law enforcement and civil SR-lut> and US-301 and were first
Y defense officials In a rushed evacuation moved back one.hulf mile away from ,
of homes and businesses within a the Sawyer-Slarlr plant In-fore Ix-ing
h W a three-fifths of a mile radius of the gas told to go to the Civil I'efenw Kuildmgut
i fire that started just after 9':.10 pm, the fairgrounds.

+ The three Cecil Field trucks, one Starke r ire Chief Fldnn: Snpp Maid
water pumper and two specialized that "we're nol equipped I' to fight
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"light water" trucks that shoot a something like that. and added that
foam combatant against aircraft fuel !Stnpleton. the stiite emploxed lire
r fires, arrived just after II p.m. and marshal), "u na the man thul knew'
nAn the actual fire-fighting started soon \\hat to do with the fire" A Sturke
after State Fire Marshall official Sid pumper wan used to spray taxi! cad"

unidentified man runs away only five minutes after the Sawyer Blade Gas Storage Plant wan: engulfed' In fire and sent Dames a. high an ;3W feet In the air Stapleton.Jacksonville who to coordinate rushed the In effort from to the the I trad tank lord>"iird Square store mlHU'enl .

and a LP gas official, also arrived at Thenxh House hul ding trod Its ,
about 11 I p.m. and explained then that neighbor the Itriullord! .l.icitior !Store' I
the danger of such a fire was that with were both damaged: l h>' heat and onlCckcrdu \'
sufficient heat the gas pressure could :: and 'Hi: noel \'. the pinto!
override the release valves and stares farthest from Tuesday's fire, ,
? explode the tanks were open \\edne",dH\ momma
Wild rumors were heard often Tues-
The Cecil Field water pumper then
,r ,, moved In from Edwards: Road along diy night ilK Bradford\ resident! i
4d 6 with two lines from the Bradford guwked at the lUinu Ihiil were 'f
lea ? County' Volunteer Fire Department reportedly seen lt 1: miles away. lluil .

l ""a'r'4t "i .,N .+ E 'headed by Chief Harry Green tcvitarthe triggered, .{'rpnrtcdpnrt\'rLdIUMI'Nin, .... .
ss ,a f4, a f ..'' '( called for, cooling Cess and" HoUord. \\lildo. and .Keystone. *' fI .
none of the tanks ever exploded. The Heights an well ilK> loc-allv.. and /lluil
five to eight loud bursts that area residents generated roaring sound like 41 jet '
reported hearing during the Some fleeing escapees ml shouting! ,; .
early stages of the fire weren't volunteer 1''acuaUonorkl'rfl snld ,, i' $" actually explosions, Stapleton said ''one point that the largest of the Inntor
but Instead the burst of pressure being four tanks involved wns ready lo
a ,,,i pushed through the release valves at blow back and would w ipe nut a
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w uI' the top of the Sawyer-Slade tanks. seven area of Mtirke around the
; fire. Others said the radiuM of destruc
p ,, "Those release valves worked just !
like they're supposed to and there lion would be seven miles while still
wasn't to be .
going any explosion. See Page : )
said Stapleton.an expert on gas fires. 2)I I
"As long as you have water on the top I
of the tanks where the da ngerous gas t ri oa.i" rrii'rl?: i/I '

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Stapleton assured The Telegraph it' 0"r ',:- :' ;
that the much voiced rumor that the '
tanks would have exploded if all the t I 't
Silhouetted against the blazing sky, Starke and Gainesville firemen could A charred hull was all that remained of the compact car driven by Scott liquid gas was burned and only vapor )
only watch from Jackson Building Supply parking lot while waiting for the Lazenby, who was Inside a shed at the pl.nit. when the fire erupted,ml escaped remained was "definitely untrue""
chemical fire-fighting force from Cecil Field. ,through a back door with lit and 2nd degree borne though he did admit that without the f ,.:.1'
cold dousing the tanks got after his "

.Jl4 "'" -_... ..,.._v_Fl1IIZIIP' ,&'Ii .!!It'" arrival an explosion "would have Thursday, Dec:. 1*
'I .6 t been possible."
Evacuees Leave Fast Once the tanks were cooled by what Bradford Middle SchoolPTOMEETINO '' j
t { ,, Chief Green said was "about 50000
They came in gowns slippers and robes the very young and the not too x t gallons of water from all sides" the 7:30: p.m.
young..The babies were bundled up against the 30 degree weather while those in l ur4 1 $ tower of flame that extended an estimated ,
50() 600 feet into the air from
wheelchairs had bUmtets wrapped around them. Friday, Des IS 'j
They were told to evacuate their homes some by knocks on the door, others '; ? i, .,, the tank caps shrunk back down to the :
:received calls from relatives and friends or they heard on the radio, or by. loudspeakers d ,.., 1 tanks as the pressure eased and the Middle SchoolBANOCONCERT .' 1.
Cecil .Field. foam units were able to
mounted on cars circulating around town. ..<#' '
r= By 11 p.m", families in houses within a one-mile radius, north to 5R-16, were '",I.' move Into their :.13-50 foot shooting 7:10: pm.
warned in extreme and told to to the fairgrounds. range to spread the sticky foam over
they were danger were go BHS Auditorium '
:Fear was that if a large, 32,000 gallon tank got red hot and exploded the result. ;',, .,."IY., )!'\, Ii'" the plant. extinguishing ail the flames :
W < / but a short blowtorch like blast emit
would level within { .,
Ing liquid vapor explosion everything 2WOyards Elk No. 1102 f
Civil defense director Jerry' Thompson said the original plan was to have >- "", .1: ting from a gas line that was CHRISTMAS PARTY ;1
'people remain In their vehicles, but the weather was so cold the civil defense '.:< ." reportedly open and the first to catch .::10 p.m.Saurday .
:building was opened. ,fir fire. Stapleton said he was able to
: Those that entered the building sat In the few chairs or on tables or milled walk into the area in plain clothes to
:;:around. Thompson estimated there were 500-750 people In the building and out. shut off that line's valve and Sawyer Det. 14
'.... Slade officials helped shut off other
,ride.Most of the evacuees heard the series of explosions, but first thought it was valves !in the gas yard. The men who CHRISTMAS CHORUS CONCERT
:-night maneuvers Camp Standing until they looked outside and could see the rM il ,, went In to cut the valves reportedly Middle School, Adv. H.S.
:flames. Included Sawyer-Slade employees and the Pop Ensemble

: Neighbors helped neighbors to leave, some went to houses-further from the 'M d Barry Whitehead and Robert Whitehead l:00pm.
area, 21 went to Starke Elementary School which was opened immediately by r and Starke policeman Lane BHS Auditorium
;superintendent Tom Casey approval of the sheriff's department while 4 -Slbley 11.50Adults
II was after when '.1 .
others went to the fairgrounds.: shortly midnight $ Students
: Evacuees at the fairgrounds were served coffee from the Garden Restaurant.The the valves were closed and the fire Tlckefsa/Door" .
: Pizza Hut supplied cups and accessories and Leroy Jackson donated coffee r doused and at I',.10 evacuation officials /. \ ?" '
:and cream said Thompson. Also helping at the fairgrounds were Red Cross ,, : started the movement of area Breakfast With Santa :
mobile canteens. : citizens back to their homes from the ':30Jlt a.m. .
I People returned to their homes as each area was given the all clear the last evacuation centers where some had Junior Woman Club ,',
In-en! for nearly four hours, At Club House i
leaving the civil defense building at 3:IS a.m.
r Urgency expressed by volunteers working the evacuation led residents to We were being careful with it.that's .
-move out of their homes hastily and without stopping to question One Saratoga n for sure: but I'm convinced we 'Monday Dec. IS
:: tank "red hot and going to could have handled it even without the
president: was told that the 32.000 gallon was explodeany I ; j'
-- minute." Residents were led to believe that if the big tank blew it would Cecil Field guys. said Harry Green
level the entire town. Fear was that the 32.000 gallon tank would get too hot. _Children and cats first could have been the cry from this gentleman ai more, Wednesday morning "Still they were Elk No.1102Dlnneh2 I '.
-explode and that a liquid vapor explosion would flatten everything within 2.000 than SIM residents.within a 3,000 foot radius-of the fire gathered their mOll'l1lued the jelling morale factor. When they p.m.Heeling /
yards, p.Oh eslon and evacuated to the "Drm !"'*.Market.Temperatures got could here do everybody something really with It.thought" we ,' p.m. I I1

For almost an hour after the fire \\1
erupted the local water units were Tu.*day, Dec. ISenior r :j

II' { Expected to Soar for. .Warmjffieekend r gas held cylinders at bay by small the danger loo pound of shooting tanks CitizensCHRISTMAS .' )

try a that exploded In the intense heat. At PARTY'. .. ,
a !:mr- ', least one of the tanks flew all the way 'I t .IRm. "
:: Three cold mornings In a row brokean lows were 32 at Blending and 38 at shows: above-tiverage temperaturesanti winter/rii"/! : : reported "' across L'S-301 to the north parking lot Pratt, St. Rec.Center, ,1
December that WPXE- :Another predicted freeze ) .H.
early warm spell February "according to the "6.r of McDonald'I'restlurant. and a ", "
:had temperatures running eight Wednesday' morning ,,failed to National Weather Service /Large-- Temperature( are expected to soarat Starke ,Fire department member Baldaslongaathoselhingaxereehaoting --
I ;-degrees above average during the materialize and low readings were in scalecirculation' patterns, are"tllffere.nt lesll,'ag: high as the upper 70's( by t..r.el r
Jlrst nine days of the month the upper 30'S.Strawberry ; this yearfrom most. recent the\ wwkend.! off we couldn't get close to It." I i,
r The. Temperatures dropped growers reported a ten .i, ",\: ,9r.fi!, ',t :1&&ft'. .. : Local forces moved to cordon oftl'S3Ci1 sc csasrs .II c-,, '.
suddenly from the high 80's to the low.. percent loss of early bloom, with some .. .. I and SR-100 and started the t
30's over the weekend starting with a green fruit on the bushes which will .. : 'IJ... ;, ,< t. .
29 degree low recorded at WPXE ripen in the next two or three weeks I SportWr! ':: 10A-UA south evacuation of 500-800 people from a JSPPIT ,Of Starke ;,.

yveather station Sunday morning. unless hit by a hard freeze. ,The cold Inside. .. i" Social News, . .. IB4BChrUtmaiParad SR-t8.Starke area extending; north to Mwy 301 .. __ >994fOIOr t r rAeyelaee
-.-. Monday's low was 31 at Camp'Isnding has not been severe ,enough to .48 "We evacuated everybody from .
and Starke '.around'' interfere with the harvesting of winter Local .WrntAda t18 NNglrta : J,
$; : N.wa.. Pafl' -fASAg ., : SZ" '" within 3.000'leet of ,the area. said '
.. ; .v Mry/OOAae IfA "t+?"\ .Mara.aerf
--midnight warming\ slightly during"the greens.. Editorial' Page:. :. .'"4 i "IT"K Local New ,::.s( .108-128 Marry Green who ordered the move, ,
: early mo ring hours Tuesday's\ 'The. Jong.range.weather picture '," !-\r,. ?..J'> "that's the distance set down by the ..'" '.


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Pale IA TELEGRAPH Dec. 14, 1575Pierce ............MI\t'') "" ,. ; ".,:: n,"" :;" "' 'tic
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I Returns Brooker Fire ChiefAfter


terms expounded "We need to hire do" under legal budgetary practices
evacuated homes
hours of some 3,000
two low-key square
feet George back as chief tonight and work In other guidelines, Pierce made a 1
discussion and final Tuesday night.Ilothplerce
agreement on later." It was general, pitch for Brooker to establish aNil'I
the out trnvdeUlls strong
detailed and Gene Melvin
broad objectives, with ,
that the Brooker BLS (Basic Life Support) Including:
policies to come later, George Pierce only councilman opposed to the had been less than" CPR (Cardlal Pulmonary
Tuesday night,returned duties a* a November 10 bid to the ex-chief to satisfied community with the fire department'sunstable Resusltatlon) efforts In connectionwith
dedicated but sometimes controvertlal resume his old part-time job arrivedat with Its fire-fighting. duties
Brooker chief.It meeting armed with lists posture recently ,
fire Tuesday's
Councilman C.J. SUlnaker and Gem "You can't draw the line between
of ground rules aimed at eliminating Raulerson holding down the positionfor fighting fire and trying to save lives,"
was almost a. if Council: were prolonged arguments over fire
basis said launching debate
short periods on a part-time a over
Baying "In the past we couldn't get equipment purchases by Pierce and town could In this
In a tersely-worded five-point guideto how far a oo+
with him but other ralated matters that consumed
along now we see weean't
insisted before
chiefs job, direction overlapping
the rescue
of time at council
get along without him. hours many work in witha offered other units
meetings prior to the chief's firing Pierce must cooperation services by county:
member of the council as coordinator
And by a strange ,coincidence last summer. Although differing In some "nitty
but and
minutes after Pierce agreed to returnto Melvln's list was short and "not so purchasing coordinator nothing approval."gas" gritty" areas, Melvin and Pierce City Cemmlsshmers Harold Epps and Ted Oftnby, Mayor Joe"'a...... m4

the the job that Marshall Tommy sweet," as Pierce termed It, while theexchief oil Brooker without attorney Jess Wolbert! seemed In accord on most principles! : Jim Lucas red bids as aavm coattracUoo company representativesweigh
Itaulerson said, "Everyone knows he : had a carefully prepared whittled down Plerca's 13-polnt and when asked by Nipper if he wowoaccept their chance while listening Us Thursday light
loves," the Brooker chief stepped sheet of 13 requests "Or I guess you by ruling the first three his old job, Pierce nodded yes.
from the city hall door minutes before might call them demands" ai conditions program to do mainly with In an attempt to pour oil on troubled
being summoned to Join an avalanche for his return to the job. points, having aside funds waters, and get born. before

of area firefighters converging on Councilman teve Nipper, visibly setting annually for the purchase!stipulated of needed midnight. Wolbert suggested a Hipp Stands Out LowestIn
battle bulk Irritated by getting Into
Starke to a propane Ran prospects being "Impo albte tot consensus agreement principles,
plant explosion. that partially another prolonged wrangle over equipment, as with a workshop session scheduled:
I later to Iron out the details before the

2 Improving Rapidly quickly January meeting.adopted The with suggestion Councllmen was HUD Grant Bidding
Melvin, Nipper. Stalnaker, and Zoltan
II '" Jakob together with Mayor Blake
Hamilton,and Chief Pierce appointedas One clear-cut favorite stood out last Streets, with bids ranging from Ross
After Accident Which Killed One a workshop committee. Thursday as the Starke City Commission Underground Utilities Inc. of Ocula's!
In other action, the council: and a city: engineering firm $42,483 to Mason's $5 ,339. The lowest
-Authorized advertising a public representative publicly opened bids cost area was street Improvementsfor

I Two Bradford County teenagers broken and badly burned In the SR-18 there Is no. danger of Patrick being hearing on a proposed ordinance on the first phase of construction for Construction Crosby St.Co.ranging, of Jacksonville's from Caddell
accident and will require paralyzed.The designating council seats by numberfor the northeast Starke area's use of a
have taken turns for the better after probably fourth of the '74 $1.M8 to Ross's W.837.
'I' passenger election.purposes, and $300,000 HUD grant
being treated for serious Injuries plastic surgery."It truck that overturned extend
II Incurred In a Saturday midnight accident was really a load of bricks off Chevrolet pickup Kendall terms of marshal, mayor, Hammack, and Ruckman The remaining eight areas Included
night, Bessent
I that claimed the life of 13-year our shoulders when they said she Saturday Box from one year to two years. This will Jim in the bidding were' street and
of Rt. 1. 188, representative
old Betty Jean Kite of Starke. could be moved to a private room," Thompson 17, not take effect until the election In engineering 'ball- drainage, sewer, and sidewalk
i Lawtey, sustained massive bumps Lucas said he had projected a Keller.
Sheila Starling IS, of P.O. Box 15. Mrs. Hollingsworth said. 19BODiscussed. first improvements for
and bruises In the accident, but was park figure'$170-175.000( Streets
a "safety hazard" at the Jenkins and Kstell sewer
Graham, and Lawrence Patrick 18 Patrick a scholarship football and
which will Include street
hospitalized. Thompson, along phase, and Ash
bothbeen the of Florida not Intersection of a street betweenCarrol' Improvements for Connie
have at University
of lit I Box 107, Lawtey. player sewer
with the two girls, was a BIIS studentPatrick drainage Improvements and drainage and
moved to private rooms at who was home for the weekend. Is also store and Handiway store, and sidewalk Streets, street
Alachua General Hospital. Both resting In "fair and stable condition" was driving the truck In the with the safety committee to study the Improvements on a number of streetsIn sewer improvements on Chestnut St.,
hospital officials and relatives of the said a hospital spokesman. Patrick's rain Saturday night, reportedly !situation and make a recommends improvements the northeast section. Bids from sewer Improvements on Keba St..
youths have said their condition has sister, Mrs. Vorease Jones, said Lawrence hurrying to get Miss Starling home by tion. companies ranged from a low drainage improvements on FloridaSt.
rapidly Improved in the days following suffered a punctured lung, a midnight when the vehicle left the -Heard Melvin report that prices bid seven of 191.103 from Alachua's John C. .. street improvements on Pine Old St..
eastbound lane of SR-18 nine-tenths of and sidewalk improvements on
the mishap. broken collarbone, and a broken ver- quoted on a new net permanent posts, Hipp Construction Equipment Co. to a
Miss Starling was moved to a pri- tabrae In the one vehicle crash but Is a mile west of SR-100. The Florida wench and other items for the city high bid of 276.918 from Macon, Ga.'s Lawtey Rd.
vate room Tuesday night after beingIn "really doing good now" Highway Patrol report said the tennis court would total some $250. C.N. Mason Co., Inc. Area citizens, commissioners and
the Intensive Care Unit since the "He was sitting up and talking to vehicle ran off onto the soft shoulderfor -Accepted the City Clerk's sugges- met :Sept 24 and discussedpriorities
accident and in listed In fair and everybody last night (Tuesday) and 200 feet was driven back up on the tionfor closing down business at city The commission decided to turn the for Improvements in the
stable condition. Her aunt Barbara feeling a lot better," Mrs. Jones said road for 88 feet, and then overturned, hall from Saturday, Dec. 23 to bids over to the Street Committee for area. based largely on number of
llolllngsworth, said Wednesday Wednesday skidding and rolling 132 feet before Wednesday, Dec 27 review but early speculation households served and the severity of -
morning that Sheila's left leg was Hospital officials reported that coming to rest suggested that Hlpp's bid would be the problem areas.
approved. Lucas: and commissioners
agreed the best possible route would Plans drawn up for the first phase
have only one contractor handling the remained In compliance with citizen's
entire project. The street committee earlier suggestions for the most part.
All construction must follow strict
is made of Commissioners Ted
up '
.-. Wilbur Waters and Street guidelines. spending of
__ __ l ___ 7PieceWEST ,,Superintendent S. R. Hicks. the entire IRCludln\frthe: 1. 11)79.
since the a federal

WEST BEND,11-Pc. Cookset BEND, COLORPAIR O The bids were broken down Into 10 agency.

-- -- projects, with separate bids
with -
cookset submitted for each project. The 'The city was awarded the HUD
cost the street and grant Oct. 23. with the program.
porcelain highest area was
Silyc.St..IIC'whe'e featuring
where? craftsmen 1,1,11. cer.- ; craftsmen cull, ear,' drainage Improvements on Lamar headed by recently hired project

-onalummumgans Larry Jenkins, Calvary, and Hall coordinator Linda Day. targeted
The Premium Non Slick Surface with non-stick specifically for the northeast sectionof

surfaces Starke. Lucas said earlier the
rllrrrStxn Fire Burns... remainder of the grant money after
i the first rhaae. approximately
(From Page 1> $100.000. will Individual

housing rehabilitation .i)0.ooo: >,
explosion would
2t.0 others said an triggera
of recreation
; from station
domino eruption filling
$50.000)). and total administrative
station down US301.
0MyrM to filling
Stapleton,the fire marshall!, scoffed costs ($20.0001.Other .

,w./N. Yen r Ir! ati' all the above stories, _saying companies submlttingbldllunQlt'i
'everybody has heard a dozen rumors
Ashland Warren. Inc., of
but none of them are true. He .
Jacksonville (street and drainage .'
negated and any wouldn't possibility even answer of an explosion when Improvement only). and A/ J. Johns. : :

Inc.. of Jacksonville (sewer :
asked what the much-rumored blast :
have done.Wednesday improvement only :
might President Construction Is' due to begin j
Sawyer-Slade immediately after a bid Is accepted. i
Charles Sawyer and company
employees worked along tide of
Stapleton and city firemen in a cleanup 1
"The belt mirror I is s friend'sy J.
"..., operation that first centered ." Gaelic proverb i!
Set includes: around the emptying of all the gas ii
M tanks in the fenced in yard. Charred
1 OT COVERED SAUCEPAN20T Heavy gauge aluminum 1 cylinders were strewn all over the :
construction inturet rapid .v.n ha at enclosed area and a gas truck bed was
3 OT COVERED SAUCEPAN dittribution for fait. efficient, cooking : aluminum construction' lor melted to an unrecognizable mass of TIIK: BRADFORD
R SKILLET(SHARES Easy to clean non,stick. SilverStone 1 AND 2 QT. COVERED even-heannp metal.
3 OT COVER) Interiorrasiel' chipping and pealing SAUCEPANS non-stlek cooking'surfacee Published etery Thursday ;

10 SKIUET(SHARES i Heat,resilient phenolio handl..nd 5 QT DUTCH OVEN fade-resistant porcelain clad 2 at 137: \\'.Call Street
DUTCH OVEN COVER! cover hnobs. ovan.aafe to 3SO'f pans A acrylic enamel' covers Hospitalized... Starke,Florida iUllDI:
8316 ROASTINORACK 10" OPEN SKILLET diihwasriar-aaf*
Handy roasting. rack heaps meal or (From Page I)
(shares Dutch Oven
DUTCH OVENI) poultry out of juicei during cookingAttractiva would not allow Mrs. Lazenby to Second ClaHS postage paidat i
.. cover) e available, In avocado or goldenrod yellow Slark' ,Florida :
,.h...d..a*..1.ly k7S"Compltit. porcalain) on aluminumexteriors approach the scene. She was forced to
1.1' only have contemporary retreat Mrs. Lazenby said and phone SulmerlplllMlltatf'1llIn
brown gold striping the hospital from the Sportsman'sWorld :
It purc/taietf ooon Hock ":5e trade aresslper 3
$6995 a._....,,"0.,._.... Complete aat 95 on US-301 south to learn that *year: f 4 six] mouths
ONLYFIavoDnp 29 her son had been taken to the hospital. ,OulsidelradesreaH aper
Until discovering Scott was In the :
.'I 541 Hlx
}esr: months
hospital Mrs. Lazenby thought he :
may have died In the fire.

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Three Florida State Prison guards Officer III. and former ceO W i ., receiving visits from rolatives.was <,duty officer In the control rOom. also
have been dismissed and three high- Barton who was demoted to. CCO dismissed for 'failure to strip-search drew a written reprimand.As I yS
ranking officials demoted In the aftermath nand reassigned to nearby Union every Inmate and failure to notice an. a result of the Investigation ,
of a first-timeeaoepe from Correctional Institution extra set of clothing In the dress-out visiting procedures will be changed r Sl;Tr
Death Row on November 18. Three Hicks was found to have"(Wtad to room." for men on Death Row starting g
others were demoted In rank two Insure proper operatic : '.t>f Lt R.B. Jewett was demoted to January 1 I. The new non-contact
received reprimands on various security," and Barton was Charged rank of sergeant for "negligently ; procedure will allow IS Inmates at a I
charges Including negligence of duty with "neglect in reviewing find assigning a new and inexperienced. time to talk over telephones and view k !
when Inmate Robert Lewis donned[ a coordinating the security process" correctional officer" to the room > ",, visitors through glass panels. Lee 55 S _
guard( uniform and walked through D.P. Lalgnell. control panel officer where Death Row Inmates receive added "Officers are bellllf Impressed w 1
three gates to brief freedom before won found to have "opened security visitors. Upon to be more vigilant in order to SSa'
being! recaptured by the FBI in gates inside the prison without Officer A.A. Crawford drew a 30- avoid repeating mistakes the others
&anfce, S.C November 29 properly identifying Lewis or day suspension for "not instructing have made." '
KSP Superintendent Dave Rrlerton uttcmptfon to attain authority from a the guards under supervision." Meanwhile no decisions have been
was declared. blameless the ensuing supervisor." Sgt J.W. Warren was given a give- made on new personnel to head the 1 f r" /
Investigation of the Incident T.N. Carlton. security tower guard day suspension for "not instructingthe custody department at I2uo-lnmnte ?
according to Florida Department of was. found to have "allowed Lewis to guards under his supervision." >FSP.Temporarily Chief Correctional am f, t1
Corrections spokesman AI Lee, who pans through an outside gate contrary Officer Donald Jackson. at / ;'
said Brlerton "had reviewed the to post orders and oral directions Officer A.A. Wilson Who had been : r.: neighboring UCI. will head FSP f 9hQ J
procedures diligently" with Assistant J.L. Scwell. guard in charge of the on the job for only one month, security for 30 days while a replace !
Superintendent Milton Hicks, who dressing room where inmates received a written reprimand. .:. ment \is sought, according to Ray !
was demoted to Chief Correctional changed prison dungarees prior to Officer J.F. Mitchell a weekend Gray DOC Region II director. i IS p I 1, i ik.

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.\ citizen alert system to' Inform the they were In favor of the relay Massey explained the whistle posed ,.n,Boxes will be placed within the Len Register Sworn In Dec. 5
area of prison esca being orga system which has been used earlier problems with middle of the night "' week at the following locations for
nized by a Florida Mate Prison area beginning! in 1971.I escapes! and added he thought the residents to put clipped out coupons \\rll. It's official now,' for Mark Assistant' Mule: \lluriif\ l l.vn. ltil l r.
resident and the proposal has the full Massey explained some of the residents calling of key people by prison control In lUndy' Way .rood Store SHIUVV middle who, wait' sworn In b> Count> Judge Elsie; Sanders. rlnlil. 'lui-1 ..il..". .J
endorsement of superintendents from the control room officers used to room officers is the best solution. and 22.). Highway :But and :225: In Law- Ihrrrhy becoming a member of the Florida Bur to nn with the llih <.f l-tiitluli:
"':-''' and Union Correctional Institution. call may have moved and the system Reddish also pointed out that the toy Highway :ill( and US. and Sim\V ('Inull.I.tanl Stale Attorney .M lKiwd to Bradford fount
ruin not been used during! the last three earlier attempt at a relay' system and Morgan Rd.. Norman's Farm Lrn's parents, :Mr. and :Mrs. Lvnnurd B. KcKinlrr. Jr. iif Marlir war."liiind
Morris ('arter.r/ of Slt-la West of months when' seven prisoners never got off the ground but added IToduce. Trail,Itt'ltaurant. Bradford for the swearing in, ss wan" Florida Stair Altornrjt Marke collected loft names on a petition including death row inmate Hobert the plan can be very effective if utilized County Telegraph office. Itradfurd County Slate,\ttorney'TIIIII .;1""n. IIntlll.nuniht-r. of otlirr frlfiHK, mill
circulated Dec 2. calling for the Lewis. have escaped Irom the two !. Coupons! can also be mailed to associates.Ln: .
prisons to call a set number of area Institution\ : Carter Is hoping for a good response Morris Carter. Jr lit 2. Box Itt-; A. :25 graduated from the University of Kloriila Law Sim| ,| In .Inm-. I<';II.
residents! In the event of an escape. "\Ve endorse anything ;'that. area to his proposal, and the coupon Starke. 3awi. Carter plans to organizethe und took the bur exam In July. He hud litrd in Sim lie IIIIH>I of Isis Illr, nnil tins
Those people In turn would call' citizens ,feel would be. beneficial In provided should be used if a residentIs names and complete a calling list Item working at the courthouse an an 1111.1.111111| date ullm-n<-)> fclimhis ..lKraduatlon. ..
another group of residents and the'proccxs Insuring their safety Hrierton said. Interested In being a part of the program. ,but he would prefer each person will- -
would continue until all resident The need[ for a fast, efficient relay Ing tocall to send in their own list.
!*were Informed of the escape and system, was exemplified! on ;Nov 2H. ........
could take safety measures. ,when I'CI escapee Louis .\ endct I m
"I| don't want any heroes trying to forced! his way Into a Kaiford home ,.-.';: -
stop the escapoe single-hiindedlv.I I und demanded to use the phone. J',1' ,
just \\unt'm\ neighbors to have their Armed w ith a cluhv ,Ayendcz was later ". I
doors locked and be Inside the house ,captured at the Haiford home.
in the shortest time possible" 'arter Bradford County Sheriff l>olphHcddish ; .
said. endorsed the 'pass-on tele '. '
('SI' Superintendent( pave Hrierton phone' concept hut added that he .. .
and Superintendent i Kay Massey wasn't .sure why the blowing of the .' .
have not been contacted by Carter large steam whistle In the event of nn I
vet. but both officials confirmed that escape had been discontinued ''f,

Y... I would like to be Included In your 'citizen alert'

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These arched window. have viewed the pitting parade Call Street Up these stairs have passed the accused and down these slain have Handsomely carved oak mantels with beveled-edge mirrors once framed
from I9)))2, when the automobile was an unknown light on the local scene come the convicted during more than seven decades of Bradford County fireplaces: .In all the courthouse offices. The fireplaces have long. since been
.and a livery table, complete with horse, buggies. and wagons stood just history Now the handsome woodwork and the worn step will emerge from seated, and some of the mantels have been removed over the *ears, but this
went of the red brick lIulldlng' whose sturdy malls have withstood the layers of dust and dark Vamlsb to assume the natural beauty ef longleaf line specimen still to be stripped of varnish, remains In the old office of the
onslaught of wind. rain and hurricanes for three-quarters of a century. yellow pine. Bradford County tax collector.

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EDITORIAL M County Agents By

Bradford'* BobbyTaylor

Old Courthouieat Notebook '

19O2 Court House J I lione: IHM'mi UUhhuuuu _'__
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Emerges from Dust Looks like our drought has finally there are good prospects for good
been broken. Between two and three production with this crop.
Inches rain has fallen In most areasIn
And Stain the last two weeks. This rainfallwas We are hoping the plants will
of AgesA badly needed by almost :online to grow and store energy fort
everyone. whether a farmer good flush of bloom and growth in
gardener, outdoorsman. or even our late February or early !March.

transformation is taking It of that city folks
now speaks orange groves
Our need a good productionyear
place inside Bradford County's once dotted the landscape of T I don't know much about records, if growers strawberries are to make any
historic 1902 red brick court. Bradford County..of Sea Island but 1 do know that over 100 days kind of comeback In our area. The
house on West Call Street. cotton that was the big cash cropin without rain Is a long time when you Interest has been evident, but poor
this area..of carloads of straw- consider that our plants and animals production the last two seasons has
need rain daily. Livestock and game limited expansion of this importantcrop.
Dust that has gathered since berries rolling from railway platforms animals haven't shown any direct ill- .
county offices moved from the in Starke and Lawtey to effects but their plant food supply has

building almost decade is northern markets..of the been short.
a ago -.:- ....cFOIESTRY_
being rather shoveled- struggle to obtain old Road 13
(now U.S. 301)), the first paved The drought effects will probably
t out. Plaster that seemed show up In January or February witha
damaged almost beyond repair, highway through the county..of shortage of feeds on the farm and IN RRA1fORDCOYNTT
'I by age and neglect is bung the old Starke Institute and livestock In poor condition. I'm hoping

restored peeling paint scraped Orange College, two outstanding _....";;;;,,, hay supplies will last but even so, "Tis the Season to be planting"
I -:: from walls, and cracks smoothed centers of early learning here..of most-cattlemen..will have),to buy. .I'. nsF., "+'1"'I'.r!":' .. n Ytv', :ta4", ff,
t .. courthouse officials who additional protein supplements andjpffnprgy xonlhR' : {mfWocombnR'dmahsuia
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:ar "-, !It. feeds. _
hand-wrote their documents in
tree-planting season In "Florida
beautiful Spencerian script...of it appeared in photosurvey There was very little winter forageslike Already the Division of Forestry has
Wainscoting of virgin yellow wooden stairways to the old rye and ryegrass planted this fall. sold over 41 million trees for use in
pine that will never be availablein second floor courtroom, where of A m e rica'. Most livestock producers know that timber production or yard beautifica-
Florida again, is being strippedof treads have been smooth by these are expensive crops to plant and tion-a million ,of them in the last
Seat fertilize, and good prospects for better ,eck.'
darkened varnish that has County ,
thousands of footsteps left by than average growth and productionire
hidden its beauty for three-quar the innocent..the guilty..andthose needed to make them an For landowners in the county who
ters of a century, exposing the who merely came to watch, economical source of winter feed. have ordered seedlings from the DOFor
below. courtroom commercial growers, here are
grain Stairways the
and to weep..of
balusters and heavypanelt'd perhaps Since the rains didn't come 'until Home Important lipn
doors rambling tree-shaded after Thanksgiving most cattlemen the ,single most important rule when
are beginning to Commercial Hotel, where berry "Each generation hot left a visible trail outs passage decided to buy other feed supplies handling seedlings is :NK\' : 'I1MT : <
emerge from their sombre coats buyers sat on the lawn on warm across the face of the earth-reliyiout monuments, public rather than plant the forages. : IIIK: HOOTS DHV, ot T.
of stain. N nights..and the old Starke the tomb. the Maya Seedling lifted from IOK
spring aid private buildings, of Egypt! also slowed our bundlesof
drought nurseries
The packaged in
House where Miss Sally Alvarez Mexico and countless others. It is through the/
nuns of promotion of planting clover as a to :JIKHI! trees Before the
The stately old building that served fine roast beef dinners for study of these monuments and other works that we, winter forage crop. Clover should be bundles up ore wired shut the roots
was born at the climax of a 25- twenty-five'cents..these are today, may form an exact idea of the various civilizations seeded In October when there is lire soaked with water and surrounded -
year battle between the east and things that should not forever be that have preceded ours." ample moisture for germination.It with moisture-holding.
west sides of Bradford Countyver forgotten, and the old courthouse material.
:* is a little late to plant clover this To avoid moisture loss after thev'are
which should be the
county is the only thing left to remind us This quotation from an unknown author sums up the year but it Is not too late to fertilize purchased! the bundles should he
,teat is being given a new lease of them. importance of preservation projects which will speak to and manage for clover that is already kept clotted and In the shade, and
)0 life. and will hopefully remain future generations in language of the past. Starke and established in your pasture program. planted as soon as possible! after
.t historic landmark for presentand It is obvious that the work Bradford County have much to tell, and such structuresas Clover only needs phosphorous and delivery If you keep the bundlesfor
future generations to appre- now to progress-even With the First Church St. Mark's Episcopal potash (land possible minor elemental over three du\'II. the following
late and enjoy. donated labor-will not completethe fertilizer. and it is cheaper to fertilizean information will help you attain
Church, and the 1902 Courthouse will be telling the acre of clover than an acre of (he survival rate.
massive job of restoring the story, visually, long after less well-constructed buildingsare ryegrass for a growing season. -Stand the bundles on end and water
; The restoration-or "stabi entire interior of the building as gone and forgotten. thoroughlyhen laving them
lization" of the 1902 courthousehas the Board of Trustees would like If you have a clover pasture. I hack down elevate one end of
not been an easy task. It hasbeen to do. The work will proceed on a suggest you graze or mow closely, each bundle about a foot to allow
an uphill struggle all the priority basis, placing emphasison The above photograph of the Bradford County's 1902 remove livestock, and fertilize with the excess water to dram Failure
goo to 600 pounds of 0.10.20 or similar to do so. or watering/ frequentlylonce
way-one that has held many the portion that is the original courthouse appears in the new publication, "COURT as possible With '( e\'ery.three. days is sufficient .
fertilizer as soon
frustrations! but also many satis- 1902 structure, in which it is HOUSE a handsome documentation of over 300 court good weather you should have a good ) can cause the roots to
factions as solutions were finally planned to establish a county houses selected from more than 3,000 in the 48 contiguous pasture for your brood herd by the decay!l Ken w ith correct care, the
found to some problems that museum depicting the life and states of the nation. It was chosen because of its first or middle of March. trees should not be left in the

seemed almost insurmountable. times of early Starke and Bradford significant representation of "turn of the Century" archi-- -When bundles>ou for plant over be-two sure week there Is

Had it not been for the efforts of County. If present plans are tecture.In With proper management the plenty of water at the planting
clover will supply a highly nutritious
the Hoard of Historical Trustees carried out one feature of this feed while at the same time site: Keep the roost moist after

,..supported by county and part of the building will be mural- t ;-m::;;;:;';: ::::,* :;:; ......_.____..._._n.lg" manufacture nitrogen for your'grass they are removed from the';.
size of old Starke bundles by placing them in a pallor
city Kovernments..stato, federal, enlargements later in the spring
water or In a canvas bag
and county funds..the cooperation and Bradford County scenes and the meanwhile, the supportof future museum, may be left with co'ered.ith. moist saw dust. I It
.. of correctional institutions in personalities, many of them anyone who would like to sharein any of the following: The rain will for help the condition drastic most of in takes the roots only a few minutesto

the area, whose inmates have reproduced from original glass this project and help create a temperature Our plants we had over drop the dry out so remove them a few
willingly contributed their time plates (the forerunner of present- place where the history of Brad- County Judge Elzie Sanders, weekend. Plants need adequate at a time u you plant.
film-the workof be Harry M. Hatcher, Jr.. Guy withstand With the soaking rain we received .
and labor..the National Guard, day photographic ) ford County may preservedfor moisture and fertilizer to this weekend conditions just
who did some of the first work on those early darkroom artists, this and later generations, is 'Andrews. Julius Royal Mrs. frost and freezing temperatures.Our about past right for planting now.. l If you

the building..and the horticulture Joe and Frank Hoover whose invited-urged-to do so .now. Fremont Tolles (Keystone strawberries and greens are haven't ordered your seedlings yet.
department of UCI, lens recorded happenings in this Contributions of any amount-no Heights), Charles Schaefer, looking good and making good and you have been planning to don't
which landscaped the groundsthe area for half a century. matter how large or how small- Houston McClane. and E.L. growth. The berries are well ahead of delay any longer.Contact your county
,I building,with all its historical Some of the work on the WPA will be welcome, and put to good Matthews. last year's crop at this time! of :year ordering forester, and and he giving will advice be glad to help. in

i and architectural significance, annex, built in the 1930's, will use. Donations of money, by cashor Donations of money or items
t might now be a mass of rubble, have to wait for'other times and check, as well as old photographs may also be made by filling in the -

t supplanted by another service other! funds. and other items for the accompanying coipon and mailing v pRI411 1 iADFORDp **

-- :station or fast food outlet. = it to: 1902 Courthouse. P.O. t rl.,
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is worth all the time and effort 1 To .. Bradford County Board Historical Trustees P.O. Drawer. A, II Other localities throughout the O
Stark. Flu. ntn o
that is required to save a vener. nation are restoring their historic
I able landmark that has passedits 1 ..... .. .... ..... .. I buildings to useful life. There is c'QioN ,BOB O. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER

heyday, and is built of brick, 1I I YES. admire and appreciate. Ifoa courthouse which has been so no reason that Starke and Bradford Publishers
lad stone and heart pine rather I much part of our.history for many years I would.Uke to share In misproject County, with the continued
: than chrome and glass and wall to i by making the following contribution: toward me renovation of I of interested individuals and
: wall carpet. We think the answer I this historic building. and help. prolong Ire useful.life.In the community. help Published each. Thursday and entered as second Class Matter :
Cash Check sa organizations, cannot do the
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J: 3 obvious. Its very lack of such I the following J items of historic Interest. which may be dnatd.r iarne. at the Post Office at Starke. Fl*. under Act of March 3. 1 818.

;"modem" features as these is a for the .proposed museum.NAME .
;; 'exactly why it IS worth preserv- 'I ;. ,. Subscription rats In trade are 17 Per Year: .4 Six Months i

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2 Aics: 'spice lloop'pener8 ,,-." ". t-avjs Early Leaders in 13-16 Basketball Play .. .
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Alonro Williams' 40 points la two Jam"A",WIIH..W.MkM, 11.13.I4H.NMtl C. Mvn. r,<"*'.> 1. Th. :Cavaliers won two tightoalr Warrors$3r w_, N. awry H4 a. .............. C going Into the fourth quarter and the '
games highlighted the first week of WMMH >.!''. .games! jump out to an early toad fn ._.....K. H.M......I.t.0f 14-1 W.TYa seesawed back and forth until
StarhVs 6-9 Small old fry*. basketball leaguefOl' { BolloUU-Netsl* the Starke Recreation e basketball artmen('.' Trail Bt*MTS 43 (4-M... I..,MWMIll.._.. _M. PMWC4).......fM.T. KwrMM.. the game winners shot to a seven point lead j'

The ties year camt when kink were till The Bullets held on to a three point 1M league year old youth """, The Warriors made their first 3-H.A.,IrMlMMI" ,.....T.P.HIII44.J.Tarts. to clinch their second victory. '
halftime lead to record their first outing a M. 1 eaa1145. Emmett Watkins 12 points, and '
being Ironed out of tile game timing good one by claiming a 20
system and should be the last of the victory of the seeson Monday Dec,11. Cavaliers : point win over the Trail Blazers Billy Shannon, 10 markers led abalanced ,
The winners were by Isaac Cav' attack while the i
paced Friday.
season. From now on draws will be Nugget 45 f'
decided with overtime Simmons, who had 12 points and John Warriors were paced Mark Pierce.
Manning who bucketed six markers. Mark Pierce popped In 14 points a Cav'sMWarriors 41: 12 points 10.
The Cavaliers out to a 22-3
l4-Rockets It balanced
Warrior effort that also
led the losers I
Johnny Jackson with 10
A relatively run-aiid-gun fourth points. first quarter lead and hung onto top Included Johnny Swell's 12 points and The Cav's moved into the early leadin Carp C JIU.M J44, K. (trlMI.. I.,... K J
garter saw II point" fired through .._ ,. llniMm. _...J. M-4. C. the Nuggets lIn the first game for both Wayne Tyson's 10. the 13-16 year old league with nip 1.IN.43.. S. .Ml Mt4-l., .. WMIMM f3.11.W. ,.
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as the Bullets and Rocket ,... teams Friday Dec. 8. and-tuck win over the Warriors Md.Nq-L. 0. C error 14J.WarrWrai
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started their seasons with a tie MMII ". JMktM .*!. C. MurUT M-4, J.WHMH Emmett Wilkins led the winners forGreg Chandler pumped In 30 points Monday, December 11 MM4))I.... W.M. a tnw writ 44.144.*S,MrMw....W.N11.."'.IC.. M.
Wednesday Dec. s. ,...a. a. .-.Lt.*" with 18 point with Billy Shannon 'Blazers. The Calvallers led by a single point Pea,.,-!>.
Chuck Coburn added two free JaiBlZ-RockeU: ) adding 10 markers and Chub Johnson .. ,.
throws to a pair of field goals for an Rockets star Wendell Shanks and Michael McDuffle chipping in
eight point day for the Bullet while reportedly stayed home and out of this eight points each
Wendell Shank popped In eight points game because'"was too cold'and the '
and Mitch Gray for six for the result was a 32-3 loss for his club The losers had a two man show with
Kockets.tl. Monday. Chuck Johnson gunning In 24 points
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lmm. u.141..... .... James Martin with eight paced the .
W. / M. Crap 1+4.JlIlZONeUZO '. winners while Willis Chandler ICOI'edthe
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their first game of the Mason 65-53 won SA4I-BII9W- their second win in four games as they seconds>to go and holding the ball In.IL a Coach Warney Adkinson called a BHS was 1 of 7 at the free throw line,
over Palatka but lost a pair of home A late-game three point play beat the Tornadoes a struggle of four corner offense. 'Jacket forward time out at that point to plan a game- Palatka was 5 for 8.
I court cliff-hangers to drop their s wayed the tide In the visiting Yellow cone defense last Thursday, Dec ? Byron Cohen suddenly I broke for the winning scoring play BITS came on BIDS hit on 24 of 42 shots from the
oyerall record to 14 for the season Jackets favor and pushed (them to The came bad rocked back and: basket, took In a pass front teammate with its own sUU. Palatka was forcedto field, a 57 percent average. The ,
.. ttsttsR i. forth with SA leading 86-35 with '33 Angelo Anderson and sunk a layup as come after the ball with time Tornado eager were patlt'nL working
-- he was fouled. Cohen's ensuing free running out and that left forward thr hull in for good percentage shots I
throw Iced the hard-fought win for the Dwayne CUmmings open under the SMS
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over BUS coach Warney Adklmon. form the outside. Cummings came INs..C.rtw-44..Isr..... ,,
Biggest lead of the first three through with short Jumper from the M-4, MimltlM,..-.. *m'<., Cummin N.IIIII4IK""",.r. :
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foot Jumper left wing. SA almost from half'court then beat a loose Bradford press down which missed. Palatka got the Palatka has lost a high scoring 90-85-: Y,
Starke the floor and held the Tornadoes to a rebound and a second desperation decision to Kastside: leading Coach 0
pair of charily) tosses by Benn ROM to shot also missed as time ran out. Adkinson to believe the high scoring '",
take m 22-21 halftime lead. Palatka had a big first quarter Panther five might run BHS out of the i' '
The Yellow Jackets regained the Jumping off to a 17-13 advantage, andearly ;; gym. To force Palatka to shoot from >J.,aC. ..
Blast Rocks StarkeWHAT lead and hell it and the ball after an 18 In the second period led nine outside Adkinson installed a 1-3-1 '
foot shot by Carter trickled off the rim points, 25.16, The Tornado five defense much of the time. BHS had 1*' .,
with 1-27 to go and SA up Sd-35. BUS I patiently pecked away refusing to not practice a 1-3-1. but Adkinson ''Wtt' '
used their first second and third take bad shots. By the half BUS was explained It to the players before the ,
team fouls of the half in trying unsuccesufully within four points, 25-29, and knotted game' llrl I
to wrest the ball from the the score at 43-43 with a 10 point spurt BolleS BUS 4(1(
'Jacket delay offense before Cohen near the end of the third period. The Tornadoes frittered away a 44 ::1.'
NEXT ? drove for his clinching three pointer. Frazier Bass had four baskets and 37 lead in the last two minutes of the t.
A missed layup in the last half Curtis Shell who replaced Kevin game and give up a last second follow I
minute sealed the loss for the ,
Tornadoes their third In a' row. "

Carter bucketed a career-high IS .
points to lead Bradford's attack /.
Hear Timely Message Yellow Jacket high scorer Angelo
Anderson. 64. was held to nine points
on four of 12 shooting) but did have V1W.
ByRoman eight rebounds three block shots and
helped clog the middle In SA's 2-1-2
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Patience payed off for Tornado .
Starke Wake cages Saturday night when the big
Up I players stayed under and protectedthe
basket and the fast little guards :1j:
fought a four-minute Palatka stall. 7 dt:1I
After almost stealing the ball several w : : :
times Frazier Bass suddenly
succeeded In intercepting a pass and
PINE LEVEL BAPTIST CHURCH3V4 drove the length of the court for the I
Using basket 53-53. with I'30 of the M ,..1I
game left.Palatka. .1.f I
Mi. West of Starke, Fla. Hwy 100Starke's BHS defensive came pressure back with, still Its without stall } I

Largest Sunday School they fouling doubled was kept dribbled on the with Panthers 38 seconds and first Tornadoes basketball Ben Roes number 20, and Frailer Bass, number I, led BUS to Its ,I

remaining to BHS., turning the basketballover night against the victory Palatka of he Panthers.7A-79 season by netting 14 points a piece. Saturday .. i I I

Miller at center for the second half shot by Bolles as they capped a week .
had one. full of tight games with the most ../ I I
Palatka's Calvin Johnson stole the frustrating defeat of the season, ..
ball from BitS and gotan easy layup to Tuesday. Dec. 12. at BHS. 't "
put the Panther five back up 45-41: to Even: after a combination of missed ',(10" ,
PRIZES PRIZES PRIZES end the third period. Palatka's Leroy free throws bad passes and errant ;:?.
Crumedy rebounded and put the ball shots that /had Head Coach Warney :;, .
back up for one basket, Corneol Adkinson's! clipboard. banging the ,
For Boys and Girls Between 10 and 14 Years OldS Weston hit a 12 foot jumper and floor the Tornadoes still claimed a."i;.;"; ;:
Donald Davis was fouled while 48-43 lead with 17 second to go as n', [
shooting and hit one free throw to put Bradford's Glen Carter calmly sank
the Panthers up 53-45 with 6-16 left. two charity tosses. .-w,,,'
BUS fought back on three straight Holies took 13 seconds off the clock :
S baskets by Ben Ross, two driving before hitting the basket that pulled ')0-t
;. us .J *U ri4v1l' r- II"4A6l,. '''iIJIi' Iro ]ayupe>and one jumper from, the,side, them wjthn.on| anM.the\ '},tlm/FjOnBri/ ( be4pxd I fl/hbl
on Ross' good bank shot to pull BUSback leader :Greg 'Harris, swiped Ht,
within two points 5153. Then pressured Tornado Inbounds pass. ,
Palatka went Into its stall for over shot the ball and watched it be tipped ,/
four minutes. back In by teammate Tim Fox with "., "
Panther coach John Baxter said his two seconds left. BUS called a time
team did exactly as planned except out when they had none left for a -"
they didn't get the basketball Inside to technical foul to give Holies posses-
an open man. BHS Just laid back and sion and the win. ".,.,
:" protected the basket. The game was a show of scrappy !:.
"I wasn't about to come out after zone defenses against mis-firing L; \
them until a minute to go" said BITS offenses with Holies leading byI --
Coach Adkinson. His strategy worked scant 4-2 margin after the first eight t.
as Bass stole the basketball and got an minute quarter and 22.19 at halftime
easy layup to tie the score and The Tornadoes got buckets on only
Cummings game winning basket seven of::1:1: trips down court in the first
followed. half but their -2-2 I zone coupled with a
} Bass and Ross led BUS with 14 ,<-2 halfcourt press put the clamps on ..
write small points each Bass hit? of 10 shot from the Jacksonville school and kept the / *j f\\
the field and Ross 7 of 11. Miller had 8 hosts in the thick of the battle. < '
points In the half he played hitting on 4 At intermission BUS Head Coach
of 5 shots. Dwayne Cummings scored Warner Adkinson joked to a Bolles
points including the only. free throw assistant that "maybe we ought to r'
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I IJV Tornadoes 1-2 on Week '.. : ;<;;*BHS Grapplers Fall',to 0-2 :, 'v'f.;:; j

Bradford' aepth-short wrestling After BK won at 134 Anthony Bright Kenny:$- "Bradford .
Bradford's Baby Tornadoes team dropped a home-mat match to upped his personal mark to 5M>with a a.MMSrv1 ,
dropped a pair of squeakers early in tough Jacksonville Bishop Kenny three minute. second pin In the 140 IM McOwuM /IKJ .M, SrMM* U4l. 201 .
the week but came back: with a TUBSday. Friday, Dec. 8, and MW Its record dip pound match. That closed the gap to 1w..h.Ia1.M.t*mmm .. IM LOOM. .
Dec. 12. win over Jax Belles to 14-19 but the visitor's win by at 147 INI /M Mvowl Ojooi ill (Mum to 02. .: pin ..,.... Ir.35. M..'.*mtrv I/II ....
pull their record to 2-3 with two games The visiting Crusaders exploited gave them a commanding u.... edge H...._ ll..i IM BMIM in I "'MCvuctt 7.,14. 1,411N. *
'f malt lng before the Christmas BUS in the lower classes with five matches to go. Henry Pete, ..-... yMNavx1,11/. ., NOw.MIN3 x..
weight ,
;'.- break.r Johnny Bell and Allen Scott closed Pm. V IIM 1,71, 131 P.1. 1aPM vs.N 4,41IN
Jumping to a 12-0 lead on three ".1, "' SNI 111
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now face Clay High at late wins for the .
with too little-loo
: Jfiome straight wins. BUS 121 pounder .... Mwmut 417, >M OJnn>* 'K'I "Urn IwuMMIlillt 7
-. Thundayv Dec. 14. and meet .
Martin Slocum broke the with Tornadoes.Pete UMlrniM Suet Kl' wed tarlwtTonudar
string a
; Gainesville Buchhc4on. the road Frl- decision win for the a dominating wrestler with
: day, Dec 15. Both.am.utart at 1:30: In Tornadoes. state title aspirations in the 157 pound Face Baker
Slocum action for the first time
Before U.x'mae TestIlls
and precede: varsity matches. this year after starting last season weight class, won a second

8A 34-8118:21The n v Woped? his man 17-6 consecutive pin at the 4:47: mark. ( v.ill face its first rood lest of
Bell notched his first win of the
:- Alan Montgomery then won his moved class 187 in pace theo at Macclennjrltakvr' ('ounly
:: Baby Tornadoes lost their first as he up a to
second match of the Mcdnetdny. Dec 11.: before taking
heartbreaker young season at
of the week of Mathews and declsioned a heavier
'Fbec. Thursday ,JAtI, 128 and closed the team score to 8.12 part in the prntigouM Draw Park
7 at they couldn't basket opponent
buy a for Tournament The III'affair.
Kenny Christmas
_down the stretch and lost to St Montgomery was an easy I
at home. Augur 11-0 winner In a match that was Allen Scott had the easiest win of which annually attracts many
:. sine BUS pulled Into a 25-23 lead In the disappointing only because the the night for the Tornadoes, steppingonto of the Ilat,', best teams and. I,
seasoned BUS wrestler Individuals is set for Friday
didn't get his the mat only to have his hand
third quarter on Charles LM'S go- Bradford's Charles Lee In white, battles for control of,a jump ball In the second straight pin. raised for a forfeit victory. Sutgrduy Pec: 1VIA.
ahead bucket the lead had seesawedback McBride :
Baby Tornadoes Ions to SL Augustine Thursday Teammates Dwayne :
and forth with BHS coming back far left,and Kerry Uher..number I1 I.look on. ,.. ", ... ... ..... .....4 __.. .__. .... j
from a 19-11 deficit to trail by only a

_Basket at the half. .. .. ;1
--.Lie paced the Baby Tornadoes with seconds left on tile clock Saturday seconds left In the game to bring BUS
JO points and 14 rebounds with KerryFisher night in Paltaka to win 63-62 after the within one,60-61, Seconds later Harris
chipping in nine points and 10 Baby Tornado five had come from wan fouled, but missed the free throw. .
boards and Phillip Sawyer eight behind to take a 62-61 lead with about The ball went out of bounds in the Trail
points and'bounds. Terry Dilllngert 15 seconds left scramble for possession of the errant
led the winners with 14 marker A slow first half is what beat the free throw, and the Baby ,
.* Tornado JV five Saturday night. BUS another chance when referees rued ,.If
4 II a f ..M down 18-8 after the first period. had the basketball.
sat 7 II 4. 4 II was they Restaurant
The Tornado five tied Palatka 14-14 in Charles Lee then BHS 62-61 \
.,,.11. Alton 14.a".,,........ D...........,..OIIIMwrt the second period, outscored them 20- with about 15 seconds put left with up a long \
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12 in the third period and 20-18 in thr basket from the right corner of the
14.SMS, 14 .-..... I4 vw 1-.... M .*4, M.rtlt0OntwtO0.. H4MMMt-4. "If we'd have played like we shouldin Panther missed a one and one i
4. T4BIH llMII.Palauta the first half, we'd have won free throw after one BHS foul. BUS
63-BIIS 62 easily," said Coach Bob Hancock then tied the ball up with 12 seconds

BHS pecked away at Palatka and left after Palatka rebounded.With ..
Panther junior
varsity player cooly
gradually closed the difference eight seconds left BUS was
sunk two free throws with eight Tim Harris hit a bucket with until w charged with holding a Palatka Open Mon Thurs
player and the young Panther calmly
bucketed the two free throws to win I 7 A.M. To 9 PM

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change the nets" after the first half a missed free throw and stuck the ball awl 1 14 II 10 N. 41PHIIO 7 A.M. To
14 10 41 10 P.M.
blistering The visitors' coach 'shot in the hole to give BUS a commanding awl L.. I.0-14, l4Wy r I.t.II, M4i>rt. 14Fl '
back "Yeah, we really put on an seven point lead in what could have .....,.-.-I/. Mea. ,....J.4-4, M.. .....-...., nrtdlMl, t
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offensive show didn't we." The easily been its second straight win 1-0-1 PHI Oottir. RlilMr 14 ...-Tol4li...Matthew 14 I.t-4. Lowur4. \ -- I
Jacksonville club had actuallY''' hit a after three opening season losses MO 101.'..*1-4..10 ,..... ,.-,.n. Totwo 1'.t.... I. / ,: BREAKFAST
respectable nine for 18, or SO percent The Tornadoes were outgunnedfrom BUS 3:: -Bones! 27 I ?
from the floor before halftime but the field by a 42 to 28 margin but
had repeatedly lost the ball to the ball- converted 20 of :.11 free throws to the The Baby Tornadoes maintained a
hawking Tornado defense. BHS hit an visitors eight of IS.: Miller's eight scant margin throughout the game SPECIALS
Ice-cold seven for 23 from the field freebies gave him a 14 point nine and held on to top the JV Crusaders 99ccoupon.
before going to the locker room. They rebound night. lions, whose late Tuesday,Dec. 12, for their second win
missed a bushel of layups, some of shooting paced BUS finished as game in five games.
which rolled 'round and 'round the high scorer with 17 and cleared Jacksonville club led by a point, - .
rim before popping out. seven boards Dwayne Cummins! 9-8. at the end of one period but BHS )
The second half tempo picked up as who sparked Bradford early in the went went In front 14.11 in the second iI' .LIIIILIII.I ."
the teams jockeyed for the lead The game finished with nine points period and held a slight lead to the $288 Off
Crusaders pulled in front 26-20 early Harris was high Holies man with 10 end."We on I DON'T FORGET WE WILL :
weren't in control of the
but three fast break buckets by Ben points. ,
Ross and a layup by Kevin Miller ballgame but we scored when we got
knotted the count at 28. The ...Mil.. Harm4.110. Shiner 11.4, Jonnion>I.f. aggressive offensively," said JV SEAFOODPLATTER I HAVE A DRAWING FOR
Tornadoes then bagged points on only 4,POH4-4I, Ltvyoil, .,3.04, T.w...., l0. Coach Bob Hancock after the win, I
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of six down court as JB Turn II-040 "they had scouted us a good
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earned a 14-31 lead at the end of three 4411. Cummin,!4.I.t, MHI.r' I.0 Holl.l.l..14. T..m 1 14 It.oil MDalit Job shutting off what we like to do. FLATWARE TO BE GIVEN
.periods, 0' Charles Lee and Kerry Fisher did Iii
The Tornadoes then put their best what they like to do. Fisher bagged a
basketball of the night in a five minute awl/ 4 10 II ,. _. >0 game high 10 points and collared six WITH THIS I I AWAY
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stretch that seemingly gave them rebounds while the 6-2 Lee pumped in I ::1
control of the game. Miller, who hit BUS will face tough Clay High at eight points and snared. 11 boards. ,
eight of 10 free throws, In the game, home Thursday Dec 14. at 8 p,m.4 aim tit' I. II : I of 'j,. I FRIDAY NIGHT* DEC.-15.O4 .- J :
bagged both,'ends'of".'one"and: one"" and.Caineaville,JluuhholaondheroaL, .. .ypnk.. ill ... t". 11.. |- UPON EXPIRES,Wed. Dec. 20 ,
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charity tosses Glen Carter bucketedtwo Christmas Tourney Dec. 22-23 with awl, L.. 140 tawyar ,...., H.,.,. .-.... mr.a alma sal.aa
free throws, and Miller rebounded Jax. Lee being their first round foe. Punar., ....10. M",,,. 104 ....Mltll. 1-44,
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dropped a 44< point decision to tough '
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Monday night to notch their first and 12 rebound from Sandra Darley
victory of tho young Reason with a M- and every girl got plenty of court time .
23 road win over Union County. In Monday night'first-win rout of. the H
The win at UC game BIIS a 1-2 Lady Tiger
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BUS M.BUS 24 William scored six and Theresa
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who received votes in the I!' :; quarter and continued to build the Ad Good Thru Dec. 17. 1978
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home floor.Bradford. '
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within five points had at tenaciously the end of the hung first .HI....llnt-44,MfHllM..l44D..rlmM.|. ;:I: WEEKlY ,

quarter and within eight points. at II..,.535514.6.'.. J. MrtK WMV,4-1 14-4.I,,S a.rr".r_l44UCHS 4-t.. ClwMtarI FRY BABY
halftime before the tams broke the .. ..MIlO I".,....1...."**.+..Ftrrltli 9+ TIMER
game open with a 24.2 third quarter 1. Hwwri..4-1-1 .HMIII ...... w...n -,-.. I .." .
advantage Cr4wtor4)) ,..1, J4CII4M 144, W.M 1+.., SKILLETRoa.

Varcrle Chandler's eight points led I Varsity Game OGledPre.X'ma.8chedule
BHS In the loss with Sandra Darley

scoring: six points, and Janelt Easley The Lady Tornadoes Baker .. S1088
and markers.Therniii Woody adding four County in Macclenny Wednesdaynight $388 Rea. 14 Roa. 24" $1488
In their last tilt before the

SHI .Cl......r.... D...., ..1." .....Y...... holidays.The varsity returns to action
Wiotff4..., HanuWMK l-l-e, Strtan ..*(. Thursday January 4, against St.
Cnwlorel-ei..,I44.0.I 1.W ilh.mt4..-.. (trry I. Augustine in Starke.
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. JV Girl Cagers Win 2 Straight :

BUS' JV girls basketball team ran ..IHI ? Alton, M-4, Bllli e+. OMktlt ......
to two straight wins last week to up Its a..ll<,,I.e-4,m unit 14.I, Lmll I...Omit m
record to 2.1 and now has the ,....dI .-....

Christmas its: season In break January.off before resuming BIIS 51 .veils IT By PrestoReg.

BUS:10.tWUQ The JV Lady Tornadoes ripped $788 $500R. *24" $1888 ;

BUS broke a four point game wideopen three Union girls County hitting Monday.in double Dec.figures II, with to Peg. 10" '8'
with a 14 point third and
quarter push the JV' to their second win \ +'
went on to Its first victory of the against one loss. I II
season. Janet Williams led the Bradfordrout I
The JV girls led 16-12/ as the second with 15 point but she PRESTO '
half tipped! off but. outscored the backed by Mae Hollls who was bucketed amply RIVALCROCK HAMILTON BEACH UL MAC
hosting Ham girls 11 4 to clinch the and
14 point Hope Jackson who had HOT DOGCOOKER
win.Mae 10 points. Tracy llankerson added
Holds paced the JV Lady seven points and collected 12 PLATE BURGER COOKER
Tornado effort with her second rebounds in the win.
straight 12 point outing while Janet :
Williams and Hope Jackson popped In .HI
six points and Tracy llankerson UNI M 3 II. II. J 4..J u

added a pair ol buckets. 'HI..J. ; $ WV i
W i11I.ma>I II jMkHflM 14 Null.7. Reg. 36
5 HI 306 l4131 .. R.9.9" $2500. R.g.'U"
.HI 44 4 4.31 .14, Hu .... .' '. L>p.r I.e-l f mini ".I. $500
Mumtorn 14 1 Trim 11.141.UCHI
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HiMcrwut.114.L..r.....Imimill, lr wn I I. WMkl 344m6 C NY ..., DCummlnet .
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'1. Mundcrlt 0. Cvmminn 144. TNT 4 I

. Freshman First Game LosersBradford's DRINK DISPENSER

freshman basketball Jackson finished with a game high BURGER COOKER PUMP POT
iujud dropped its opening game 11: points with Hudson bagging six
against t Gainesville KustBicic: 32.21 murker Slater also noted the strong STRETCH MONSTER
Thursday Dec 7, and will play Its board play of Eddie Thompklns. 00
opening home game today Thursday "We stole the ball from them many / 00
I Dec 14, against Clay High times and really played well overall. Rep.119e Reg. fl" $7 $ C88v
The ninth graders suffered through but just couldn't put the ball throughthe .
12'3 .
a cold shooting game In their opener hoop Slater said of his club. Reg. .
but still pleased Coach John Slater Bradford hit only nine of 36 shot. from
with their play. They couldn't get on the field ,
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'HI' 1514.31 ,
the board In the first period Ylt trailed
only 11.9 at hulftime Quick guards J4ckio..1.13, HudMO>.11113.33ONO .... Thompklni. GOBBLES 4x4 DOLL
Todd Jackson and Scott Hudson led 444. Nu...' (41 H..../". 114 TyM 4-44.
Ihpcomeback that derailed In the 0155 015. fill
when the hosts ONO J.n553.3.3. Jem .....WIlll.m. ......
outscore P4rtl41, DuDo.a4.1. ..II.Ja nr>""..... Tam 114.
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Peg. '12" '
Fit!, Buddy Colling ,. ;

$1997 Reg. '18" 288 :u

Final Grid Stats Reg. 24M Reg. '4" $387 .
For those u ho haven't yet made the transition from the pigskin to roundball' '\
we have the'final unofficial football statistics from the just-completed: season. I I '.
say unofficial because the numbers from the Lake Brantley Elks Bowl gameare
m> sideline figures, not verified by the coach' since there..was no game '
film for the post.season game. ,

Tackles prlm.yalill" total. Sacks ;,,

Alton Mark Fred Danny Woods Moore MOII.y Hlld.bran 49 47 50 52 22 24 12 15 'I f2 72 76 Moore Woods Reddish,5Fumble Mostly Recoveries HIMtbran 4 :3 SET Reg. 'IS" $1091 R.g.'S" $399 Y ; 1 1ROQ'

'Isaiah Jenkins 40 1:1: U Interceptions
Kevin Reddish 40 11 51 Owayn dimming 1:
Dale Rogers :IS 14 49 Rogers 2 MS" $1288 I It'

Offense: ave. aVl. Scoring PEG TABLE REG'11" $988
Rushing alts
yard carry game
Marvin Tyson 211 1,734.0 1574 TO XP FO Total TG&Y
Doug Reddish 54 296 5.5 27.1 Tyson '13: 2 0 10 UNITREX AM HEADPHONE,. f
Passing cmpl. ails int TCXs pet. yd*. Reddish S 00 30
Jeffery Norman 21: IS 3:1: 21.1:1U: Norman :3 0 0 '.
Receiving catches yd$ ave 'TD Puntlna MINI RECORDER

Marty Chastaln 14 220 1:1.: 1 Punts yds ave Reg. 'fl" $688 Reg. '39" $2788 .
Dwaynt Cummings 4 1(2 30.:3 1 Scott Allen 43-1 410 :32.' I

Turn statFD: rush yds. pass yds. total yds. ave yds.:per game

BHS 111 2,3N: 421 I.C17 2S4.1 Reg. '39" $2488
Opponents 93 1,211 410 1.1 .< '..0.. 171.3:
Scoringbyquartersi I 2 :I 4 OT' Total 4CC

BHS :11 44 SI :34 : :,,14.4 average,1r / ,
Opponent 27 13 13: 41 ''10,41044' if.javerage. I IT
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5 r i /: Woods' team-leading tackle Notes performance on the number I II even more impressive when you IG18rv ;aI1.li:1; :L, l'.LW'l: I C. 3r J.

remember he played offense most of the time also..Kevin Reddish finished
1" sixth In total tackles but was leading the club in stop when ankle and toe Injuries
sidelined him for most of the second half of the season...Moore's super per- 301 S. Starke, FIa44Family 'f, t tI
formance against Lake Brantley In the bowl outing (six primary stops two
assists three sacks) pushed him higher on all defensive charts."Peabody"Rogers STORE HOURS: Mon Wed.. 9-6 -' : ,
led secondary tacklers with 49 total .top ...Tyaon'* 1.734 ground steps I $! centers ;
were of course a school record and left him in the elite company of 150 yard- .. .. Thur Sat. 9-9 Sunday!12-0 ,iZl,,
l per-game high school: rushers...Maybe the most impressive defensive statistic
Is the sacks BHS recorded. Lake Brantley :
,. 28 quarterback Nine dump against "n",'->>wr, :
buoyed that stat.




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t Second Annual' Tour Of Homes:! Slated December 17 4'

11 The second annual Christmas any order desired :
I Parade of Homes and the annual The five homes open fair the tour Womack Home ;
Christina tea of the Starke Woman'i tl December 17 are the home of Mr.- 4 tor
i' The James Womack home at the s
and Mrs. James Womack in The
Club Is set this Sunday, pee.J7,1romI corner of Briarwood and Woods WayIn
Woods the a
near country club. thehomes
I 2-30toepm. The Woods Just west of the Starke ,
of Col. and Mrs. James A. { Ih a
The combined affair will be a major Griffin on Wilson Road In east Starke. Golf and Country: Club features a i 91
event of the year. Guests are Invited the newly completed home of Mr. aniMrs. traditional exterior with a country
: to come by SUrke's historic Woman' Bill Powell on Wilson Rood, the manor interior. Completed In
Club at Walnut and Jefferson Streets historic First Presbyterian Church December 1977 the Womack home has ,
l;a for refreshments before starting the recently moved to Bessent Road and a large family room with a semi. I
tour of homes. Tickets for the tour cathedral ceiling a floor to ceiling
SR-230 East find enlarged in
l be the keeping of Tennessee stone, dining
may purchased at Woman's with its 1880 style of architecture and fireplace a
dub Dec. 17 earlier from with a raised balcony. The
; or a room "
the historic home of the L.A. Davis
member of the Woman's Club. For Estate on West Madison Street, now house''' Is designed for casual family c
ticket., Mrs.James living with a screened-in garden
.: 964-9717.phone Minslnger, owned by Mr. and Mrs. Curtis room. ..-

A map of the five houses on the tour Sanders. ''t+, Illitorlcal First. Presbyterian Church recenll
will.be provided with the tickets. relocated at East Call Street and Heisenl Road.
Guests can proceed to the homes In Powell Homo
The Spanish style home of Mr. and brick fireplace, screened In sun room woodwork and wainscoatlng fireplaces. The Sanders purchased
Mrs. Billy Powell is located at 1009 used as a greenery room with many The $220.000 remodeling and the home from Mr and Mrs. Jim )
i DWIGHT SLATER'SOperr Wilson Road, almost directly behind hanging plants. The beautifully enlargement of the church was Hitch. Mrs, Hitch Is a member of the ;
I the Bradford County Hospital landscaped,yard is the'outstanding accomplished completely In keeping Davis family, 1
( finished In September by Brookertract.or feature of the Griffin home built In with the architecture of the historic
F 4 & Seat Larry Henl')- the Powell 1970 by Longchamp Builders of church.
? .S.301 8. tome Is on two acres of grounds and &j.arke.vf; UMW Holds InstallationAnd
7 AM. 12 P.M A Walnut St. features a large pannelled recreationroom "z
with a urge adjoining family *: Presbyterian Church Sander Home Tea Dec.5' at 1
room with floor to ceiling brick fire )'I The historical First
Presbyterian built in 1921 with boards hewn from
MOTOR Oil PEPSI place.. The ,Interior' furnishings are Church Is now located at East Call cypress logs floated here from a Methodist Church i
$4"t, : contemporary. Street and Bessent Road, directly Georgia Swamp by the late L.A.:Davis
$ across East Call Street from the I who operated lumber yard In Starke, t'nlted Method) \\oml'n held
3 Ote. 18 OZ t 7Tax: ; GrifhehomeThe hospital The churrh was hullt If* "'''V' the home of the L.A. Davis Estate was installation of officers and reception
'Plus Tax 8 Pk. "" 'a Dep.Bord.n' 'beautifully l landscaped traditional by Pennsylvania settlers who moved purchased In September 1977 by Mr. lea TuexUuv moming.. l ha'. :5. at the
home of Col. and Mrs. James A. ,to Starke to cultivate orange groves and Mrs. Curtis Sanders The two- I.. Ira tailed MethiKlmt Church,
All B8AH9S BEER Griffin on Wilson Road Is of pink brick and settled along what is now Cherry story colonial structure located on MM Kugcncillian: >H of Hruns
Street. The church is a perfect wick (in.. n former l'Mpresident
with a split rail fence endowing the West Madison Street is surrounded bya
c... ,example of architecture of the Ittno's Installed the following officers In the
$ $ two acres of grounds. The home It is the only house in 11.11.
.t" too With beautiful stained glass windows, stone fence. Hiincliuiry president. Mrs.
MILK features a large living room with a ,
Gal Over CoatI has five
the oH.in st renter chandelier, ceiling Starke with an elevator dams: vice president. Mrs Donald
Thorntont secretary Mm, Handy
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..+*+*+ .*4*.*.*.*.*.*.*.*.*.*.*.. *..*4.,*.*.*.*.*.*\ ..*..*.*.*..-J *A*A*A A A A & UDC Npds J Chr as \Now\11111011 land, Mission: trciiHurer.(Coordinators Mrs, t'hriK"w'lianl'rraonhood. John _.
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\ .;; 4. ...,.. .; :,, .;p1'.. : f.- "11. ;' +. :- *1"" T."T"T; ;': T. T:: ; "ITi :' -, !' ,.; : : t.1 ... I" Mrsllenry'iadwiq, -,.. =-1.
7.'t- ''' '''''''' : '' '': : ,1-:> .ijo""J"""" /1.:/ ? .. : ,....,.' .; ."'-"jooo..I.. "! 'Luncheon DecT6At '
\ and) Mm Tltiw Olnonf SfipnorlM'
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(Community, Mm. \ ) SpenglriChrlntlanClolMil '
.:. t ..... Holiday Inn / Concern. Mrs. AllifItnrron :I
and Mrs. Robert Cm: I
Members of \VT Week's chapter CliriHtlnn Social Involvement Mr,
.. I'DC 1 held'their annual Christmas .'...I, Eaves: : Local ChurchctlvitieN "
luncheon. Wednesday. Dec a>, at( the Mrs. J.II. Hitch. ('ampuII'1\1inllltry.'
.. Holiday Inn !\ Hichiird Lillie Publicity Mrs.
jI l'-shaped' table was arranged in 1.(' l-iirlv I\h'mIJl'r"hp, Mrs () 1 I.
.. the private dining room. The table While. JrCommittee, J JIrll.
was overlaid with a white cloth and on Nomination*, Mrs.
.. OK (hrlstmas napkins were placed nt Howard Meyer !'Iill.! !Mrs. hand> ,
'* each setting An arrangement of red .lohiix. I'liin. Mrs. DM Hithurde.
ra ,carnation and holly against an artistic I branch of driftwood holding q One. Mrs Howard Meyer; Kale \
perky Pixie perched on a Stnith Croup 'Iwu. Mrs. Jay CarterNotui .
rieceeee centered the head table Three brand Middle-ton Croup: 'Ihree. Minx /
.. .., h.I": ,candelabra decorated with holly und I<.dim "Sexton.' : Ha/el: l MutthevtH Crmit 'J.
',,$I{. '," K\ .... pods of red grapes and holding red I hour Mrs..John Torode: Itlantliiilliiiiiis
f '..''' I .. candles centered the side tables. It; \\ Croup I Fl\'('. Mrx. S <;, Ill'" I
garlands were placed down the center mark ,
'1 of the table Mrs. OI.. \\hile.Jr. President. pre
7 : ;; .. .\ garland of greener draped the I hl '1 YJ" ; mantle which was centered with I<1I1I1'1I"lr1IIrll.. A.J. Iuves: presenutia ;,
Santa Claim and his two deer. Mrs memorial I service for members \v l Im. P
A \\ B, Mundy and Mrs J.U Kincaidwere died during!! the past \cur Pearl I .. .,
i In charge of decorations. Hetnwull. .luanita% )DinkinH. !ShtllitCetle. I
J'.J t Mrs. L.A, ('ano'ala'c\ the 1 Pauline Torode nml Fells I
Invocation. strkkl.indiolliMing.
After a delightful luncheon Mrs. the business meelinKnembern : .1
f Herb Thomas led the group in the and guests went into
.. Lord's Pra>er. Mrs, Thomas Intro- I-elluwship Hall for a Tea honoring,
duced Mrs. "KLcie': Sanders who had new mI'II1IJl'r.
charge of the program. She sang The lea tuble was covered with .' t
f "What Child Is This" accompanied by t hite cut work IIna.'ftoth\ anti !

.. cr: I 'L iI1 V W i wir w.belts ... Sanders!Mrs Canova led the on group the autohurp.in singing Mrs.a white centered! roses with nn arrangement nl

\ medley of Christmas carols Mrs. :New.: member* honored incluikilMrH.
.. Powell' delighted the witha ,
., May group hrunkl'oirecu Mrs Mikest(I.
...... short rendition on the autoharp. Mrs Klirijm Kobid.i./ !Mm. John
The hostess committee for Janu Miller.' Mm T H, Hahn. Mrs Ken j jHoolwr.
: ary's meeting will be Mrs. Kloreid Mrs Harold ('ook. Mrs Hill 4
... Speer !Mrs "Klzie': :: Sanders and Mrs .thrums, Mrs. James I'enmngton I
:..- Lee McCriff Mrs Cindy Howell and Mrs. Stun

.. (Let'um.Bette.

ca'' .lingerie .... Candy Stripers Hodges,

1" : PromotingMem'bershlp
S 't Dean BrownTo
bracelets .

1 ::: : IT : 't Drive Wed Jan. 6
.. (:: I'. '. ,. Hradford Candy Stripers held their

a-.....,, -.-.- '% Sweaters. .e eorrings December meeting Tuesday night. Ik-lte llodKc-s. daughter of the late
.- "I,. ) Dec 3, at 7 .Id: pm In the Hospital Mr and :Mrs James Reddish of
._ <_.;-.- f library where a drive recruiting new Starke. and I lean Hrown. son of Mr.
"." .- 4 members was stressed and \\\In. Adro Brown of tarke. will
--l. .. ... oJ1I1J" '" ,\n\one between the ages M-17 and Jan.
.... ." < ,. .. Ixr united in marriage Saturday. ,
.. .& \\ho'is willing to give unoelfiiihly of ,
0. at 7 :.HI p m. in the chapel at Camp
their time in helping others Is asked to t Klanding ,
< ::5 ffh ; .. leave their name and address at the No invitation are being sent but all ''j
Hospitality Shop at the hospital or call friends and rclativees are invited '
: ,' ., Mrs. Doris Overstreet at 47:1-21192:
..0 l'., slipper* ,' ... Mrs Overstreet presented Mrs, Breakfast With Santa
Kay Thomas new co-sponsor to the
girls Tuesday night Mrs Thomas Is a
.. '' 'v )t.! j" 'M., 'V lIA( .:.. 'nurse at the hospital and mother of Saturday, Dec. 16 at
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: four children.. She has been active In
.. '; .... ::11" all areas of community work. The Junior Woman'sCLubSanta :
: : ) ;
'Iponlsuits iJ.s; |a qns\.jIOu5. /) s (I. skirts,:. coots .. girls and Mrs.\ Overstreet are proud to *$j
'r "' I .
qU It 1-'I \ welcome Mrs Thomas to (he '
,, Claus will be hand Satur-
..."; \,\ :.. : + on :,
W. n *,. '", scarves i They hope to have' very active. year day. Dec, 16. at the Woman's Club
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__ : .- : :'Accent: Pins {f T'tA' IJ coming up. when the Junior Woman's Club will '

.j....,... ,.' ".'.f..t..I'il, ,.,, ,. ,, : '. ,., ...(, ', 1 The Candy Stripers earn their own have a "Breakfast With Santa" .from
/ : ) $! $} t& 'r. : to ,buy equipment for the
.. money
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....... '. A !. ...:' '\", !.: "" : __ 9 :30 to 11 a.m.
,. '!fl. ," ..' 4 Emergency Squad by the generosityof Tickets will be SI.SO In advance'and 11

l' : ; ,;. : Let Us Help You ,, ,' r.\ 't They the are members working of to promote the community.the hospital $1.73 at the door. ,
t (i and, staff. The girl are especially '
t ; T" > ( ''f proud of the support they get .4*....r.fA>t44. \

+ Select!, That, Gift That's Perfect For :The.Ladiesfof"'Your: ;) f Life .i from Mrs. Patty Mr Ivey.Rose.head administrator nurse.The girls and Mr and Airs: ,C..T. ueatuey of

A.f'1: *, Hours 9.CX3 5:30 fe5> >v"' are treated as though they are needed Haines City wut. weekend meats of
: A-M-i, : P.M.'i" ., ,, > | .. and this gives them pride they can Mrs. O,U Beawir and Mrs. J.W.
rf'..., ',: > 132 East'Call 'St. "S rar[.. 'Ff a. 'ft' *" ..i share with others. Kincaid. Mrs C.(' Hoppe of Tamp
planning a active irrives Friday to spend the holiday
-+ +*+*+*+*+*+*+*+.+*+*+*+*.*..+*+*+.+*+*+*+*+*+*+*+.a.+*+*+*+.+*+.4*+*+*+4 new The year girls and are hope they very can be of with Mrs. Beasley and Mrs. Klncaid. i

more service to the community

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1 Honored Coffee Mr.and Mrs.Cecil Whitehead spent Mr. and Mr*. James Cash and 'ilip, and Mr*.'Neat .f ohnele Jr. for Library :
s Saturday to Wednesday of last week family of Orlando were Sunday visited Mr.and Mr*.Mec(l'lnell. Sr. In
tt Saturday Morning with Mr. and Mrs. Ricky Frick and visitors of Sun. and Mrs. Charley Olustee on Sunday.; \ mysterious memo.from the north
family in Pace Fin.Mr > John pole nun been '.. Llbrarly the!
Bradford Count "Public On
\-. Col. and Mrs. Doa Korea and >
Mis Lewis, whose
marriage Christy to Stanley Reddish will bean *. Robert Tanner of Baldwin and Mr. and Mrs. Don Joiner of Port daughter. Manya of Arnherst. N.H. the bock of the memo there seemed to
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fields Charlotte will be 1 In xmudgcd hoof print of Home
V are her
Friday overnight visiting mother Mrs. Arlln
event of Dee. 16,wa honored at acoffee" '
animab deer.
-possible a There Is
"' Saturday morning. Dec. 9. Jacksonville were Sunday visitors or guest of Mrs. L.D.. Vlning. McKnight. On Saturday afternoon a
of a short stout fellow in
0 Mrs. J.H. Fields. picture a
McKnight. Mrs. Koretz
given by Mr. IIH. Adams Mrs. and ,
sleigh full of packages of
on 1mtop
Linda Johns Mrs. Clyde Sinclair, Mrs. Ann! Joellenbeck of Berlin daughter attended the Nutcracker tin
Germany Is spending several weeks ballet at the Civic mrmnr
Mrs. V.J. Spengler and Mrs. Olin W. ,
Just A Reminder with her daughter and Tin memo says "I will ln at the
White at the home of the latter on N. family Dr.and CII'i .
Only One More Week Mrs D.W. Whiffen. public: library Dec. :HI Tliurwhty
Lake Street Until Christmas or cutCHR'STMASTREES Irom mumHum I I Come and. Kit on
Mrs. Sinclair greeted the guests at We will be open Live or cut my hip Ho! Ho! Ho!".
the door and presented them to the for your convenience CHRISTMAS TREES at Rollers Nursery Come and visit with our mystery
receiving line composed of Miss Sunday. DeC 17 at Rosters' Nursery 101 S. Walnut illicit on Dec. 21. There will (hI"
Lewis, her mother, Mrs. Vincent 12 to*p.m. JPI S. Walnut Wo have a line selection christmas cartoons from It u.m--,
Lewis, and mother of the prospective GEMJKUKI.RY; We have a fine selectionof of Christmas Plants... 1 II 1 :9n a.m. .
groom. Mrs. Drew Keddlsh. Those in 109 E.Call S|. Christmas Plants., Give your early., 'v
the receiving line were presented with Stark. Give your early. .
rose bud corsage Gospel, SingSaturday v
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Whister of Crown .
The front door displayed a large
Mr and Mri. Santa Clau* Raggedy Ann and Andy Christmas Jimmy and Mike Cissy arrive home Mr.and Mrs. Henry Stefanelli spent Point. Ind. and Ronald Hunt of Nights ;
todav Thursday, from
wreath. In the living room was a six Sacramento last Wednesday and Thursday with Kalamazoo. Mich were Sunday .
Santa Claus Hosts foot white decorated Christmas tree. Calif parent to,spend Mr. and the Mr holiday. Joe'with their' their daughter and family. Mr. and guests of Mr. and Mr. Garl Mathews In Lake City
At points of Interest In the party Gassy; Mrs. James Biggs at Atlantic Beach.
rooms were Christmas arrange Wednesday night they attended the Mr. and Mr. J.T. Lawson. M L.
Breakfast SaturdayAt Local admittances to Bradford Lawson and Mr. There will be a the
ments. potted silk arrange Alhambra dlnner-theater celebrating: Lawson. Mr. Mary gospel sing on
ment. Christmas canes and Christmas County Hospital this week Include: Mrs. Biggs' birthday.. and Mrs. H.A. Lawson visited Mrs.Mary third Saturday night of each month at
McDonaldsSanta figurines, from Starke J.F. Donnelly Wilma Falson In Leesburg on Sunday. the Tlnon Auditorium in Lake City
Mrs. Adams Invited the guest tore lloltzendorf, Fritz Kramer, Forrest Mr. and Mrs. Glen Reddish and with program beginning al 7:30: p.m.
and Mrs. Santa Claus we the refreshment table which was Watkins DeAntonla Reed. Lois family Fayettevllle, N.C. are Llve or cut Featured singers for the Saturday.
hosts at breakfast Saturday morn)ig covered with a white ArmyNavycloth Thigpen and Vanle Hamilton; spending Thursday to Monday with CHRISTMAS TREESat Dec. 16 program will be the Walking
at McDonalds( with pink liner. Centering the Virginia Lamb from Lake Butler; Mrs. P.D. Reddish and family. Rosier Nursery Family and the Calvary Singers, both
Mr. and Mrs. Claus arrived at B-,10( table was an arrangement of red silk Marjean! Mann from Raiford; Gilbert 301 S. Walnut groups from Lake City;: and the
a m. with transportation from thi rtwes and dried baby's breath in a Hardwick from Melrose; Carl Hodge Jud A Reminder: W* have a line election Hallelujah Singers of Live Oak.
North I'ole being furnished by Char lei! large cut glass bowl. Mrs. Johns i ile from{from Brooker; and William Williams Only One More Week of Christmas Plants... As always, there is no admission
DinkinH and James Watson of lh helped the guests with their plates. Hampton. ',," Until Christmas. Give yours early. charge. Just come out and enjoy the"
Sturke Shrine Club who were drlvlnf Pouring coffee from a silver service "\. We will be open singing.
reproductions the"1901! OldsmobilcSurreys" :' intervals were Mr*.Charles Agin of Live or cut : u for your convenience

Kach: child, wan greeted by Santa and Kingsley Mr*.Lake James sister R. Reddish of the honoree of Kai3 CHRISTMAS at Rosier 301 S. Nursery TREES ,\I'SH: ", Sunday.12 toff Pec.p.m. 17 Morrison Dr. Glenn of Tallahassee McClane and and John Kill '*+*+.+.+*+.+.+*. +*

and his bell ringing wife while eatynitheir ford aunt of the prospective groom. We Walnut > GRM1 JEWELRY: : McClane of Jacksonville Beach Mrs. tola
3 have a fin selection ;?tar') 109 F..Call St. were fates Valdosta.. Ga..
breakfast of hot cakes and Mrs. White Invited the guests Into of Chrlitma* PUnts... -j ", Starke. last Wednesday overnight guests of is spending this month with Mr. and
sausage. the family room where Mr*. Spengler's Give your ear iy. ':ijSj, their parents !Mr. and Airs Houston Mrs Guy Sale. '
Santa gave each child a McDonald' assisted In hospitalities I Mcdane.
premium and Mrs. Santa gave it Assisting In caring for the guests Tommy McLendon and Bob Bell of live or cut
candy canes. were Mrs. M.A. Baldwin. Mrs. T.C. Tallahassee were Sunday visitor of Mrs. Guy Sale and Mrs. Houston CHAISTMASTAEES
Santa was given some hand written; lla/en Jr.and Miss Debbie Spengler.n Mr. and Mrs. R.P. McLendon. McClane attended a Coffee at the at Rosier Nursery
letters by the children and was giv : The hostesses presented the Mr. and, Mrs. T.T. Langaton of home of !Mrs. T.K. McCUino. Jr. in 301 S. Walnut'
u piece of wood to take back to his honoree with the creamer to her Manning.S C. will be weekend guestsof Mr. and'Mrs.. Gerald Norman and Gainesville Wednesday Wo havoa fine selection
rives to make Mrs. Arlin McKnight. and Mrs. of Christmas Plant..
a toy chosen china pattern as a memento of sons Lloyd Padgett visited
Gary Coleman was the winner at I a (the occasion. Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Waters in Dundee Give your* early .

drawing for a three foot Christmas: .A..A.A..A..A..A aA.A.A. A ... A.. A.. A.LA,. AsA.LAr.A A..A. A..A..A..A..A..A.. .... A.t.. ...A A A..iA. .aAiAcTTTTYTTTT .
stocking filled with fruit candy, +Y+Y- R'T"r'T.Y Y.T.T.T.T.T T T T.T T.T.T T T T T T T T T T T T
McDonald cookies and McDonald
premiums.McDonald's. 4. .
was festively *
decorated In the Christmas theme .. --- -7 .
The snowmen were made by Mrs -
Randall and Julie Crawford of .
Carolyn Taylor's and Mrs. CusKopelousos' .. .
first grade: class atSouthKide Starke are the proud parents of a baby .
Elementary: School. The boy. Christopher Michael born Nov. M.. .
10 at Alachua General Hospital. ..
poinsettia arrangements were .
furnished by Nancy's, '' Flowers.A Paternal grandparents are Mr. and a .,
special thanks to Santa and Mrs Mrs. Karl W Crawford of Klngsley j .
Santa for coming to McDonalds. Lake Maternal grandparents are .. .
Edward: and Wessie Saxon of lamp- .
Inn. Paternal great-grandmother Is a .
Mrs. Amelia Crawford of Gainesville. J. ..

and Maternal Mrs.great-grandparents A.G. Pope of Eau are Gallie.Mr. 2 t Starts at SAvNER-SLADE' i

Maternal great-grandmother Is Mrs. .
Bertha Mcintosh of Hampton. 'tGiveMomAGift

1 .+*+*4 ;

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Reddish of !

Starke announce the birth of a son a GET HIM.A
Morgan Lee. born Dec 9 In Alachua
General; Hospital. Grandparents are .,. She Needs .t .' '" ,,I", ,1'/. ..'.\
Mr. and Mrs and Mrs. '
C'lyde Mersey u..on!(
a 01.1" ;
_I4ir. nddlsh.t.:'. t I "G'I'S '11

Charlotte Luke END OF YEAR

.l.i in m Stewart ;ZW IJou-Knotu Jj _. GRILL

Charlotte Luke, Mr and Mrs. LM. Stoner of Ocala ..41 '" SALE ONALL ti 1 i
and Miss Hose Heller of Clearwaterwere x\ .

James Stewart George weekend W. Brown.guests of Mr. and Mrs. ..;. ,\ ",,,..,,,.v; (.i on eartI t'

Engagement ToldMr r f, ;. ..
Mrs. Lila Caldwell left Tuesday for t \ .. 1'
t k .) WASHERS ( t
: and Mrs. !Mark l L. Luke of a month's visit with her daughter and J = y
M.irke (he family. Mr. and Mrs. J,N. Belche In
announce engagement of
their daughter Charlotte Darlene tolames Norfolk. Va. .... -/'-,- +

Michael Stewart son of Mr. $25900
and Mrs Floyd Stewart also of Fritz Kramer is convalescing at the J*. -' .
St.irkettcddmtf home of daughter, Mrs. A.J. Barry
plans will be announced ata after being hospitalized for a week in J.. ii"1. 7From 't
Bradford County Hospital for minor
later (lateChristine
injuries suffered In a fall at home. ..1.. i t. AEr oA"6s ..
Lewis, JU8t. Reminder: 4.. t. 's" MATCHING if

Stanley ReddishTo Only Until Me One will Christmas.!:More be open Meek 4-f DRYER $ 001 IT-I

Wed Dec. 16 for jour com enlence 4 8 8 !

Sunday U to 6 Dec.p.m. 17 2GKMJKUKLRV .'\.... Vcom $ ,

!Miss Christine Lewis and Stanley ):: : : .
Reddish III be united In marriage Inn K.: Call St. !. ''tL,: ....
Saturday. Dec. IO. at 7 p.m. at the Starke. .

reception first United following Methodist in the Church Fellowship with a <4,t: : .. 4IIO-.i.IVE MOM MORE TIME FOR DAD With aWhirlpool t

Hall Ida J. Harper, daughter of Rev.
All friends! and relatives are invitedto and !Mrs. G,L. Harper has received a LIMITED TIME ONLY
attend. ,
Intermediate honors at the Universityof imven
Richmond Richmond. Va. She MAGIC GHEE \ microwave
attends! Westhampton College, the <.
J.T. Carvers Have women's liberal arts undergraduate ,. .
division of the University' 4
Christmas DinnerMr Intermediate Honors are conferred -, z
upon third year students who during <
: and Mrs J.T Carver enter. their first two years at the university 'YOU'VE NEVER
tamed at a Christmas! dinner party have completed at least U semester + -t
Saturday night at their home on Country hours of academic work and have ., COOKED UNTIL DEFROSTS
Club Road earned an average of at least GO + '- .
The Christmas motif was carried of work and
semester hours academic t COOKS WHOtE
out in the decorations! The dining have earned an average of at least +. = IC t'I
table, where the 15 guests were three quality credits for every hour
seated had a white" linen cloth and attempted. M. .. ITE MEALS MINUTES **
gold and green Christmas center 11z

piece. Mrs. Virginia Shannon has returned 4.. l 't
Those from outoftolnll.'re' Mr. home from North Florida Regional PERFECT FOR THE aj
and :Mrs Bill Home. :Mr. and Mrs Hospital following surgery. .. .. ___ -

and Kenneth:Mrs Conner Gene and Stallard.family and all!Mr.of 4t".'. .. -:.:-,." LADY IN YOUR ...

Jacksonville and :Mr. and !Mrs Live or cut p Kti.
Wayne Dill of \\oynosville. N C. CHRISTMASTREES at Rosier Nursery 1 ; _____ :; .. :LIFE,.., l'

301 S. Walnut '' .

/r, 2)J / ..../: ,.,., We of Give Christmas have yourae.rly.* tine Plant selection,. j S t SAVE 35% OVER ELECTRIC COOKING. PERFECT FOR CHRISTMAS AND AT A i- '

Thirty members of the square a PRiOEYU'LLLIKE
dance beginners class had a Hoe 4t l.

Down Saturday night at the Ahrens of Los 4. $ MkU'ID
Gainesville Recreation Mrs. Ida May ,
After the Building. Angeles.Calif..Mr.. Dorothy Smith of $ 00 '
dance the
I group went to the and !Mrs. Jeanette Wright of .4 ; .1"
\ home of Mr. and :Mrs. Gil Crosby In Jasper L J U ffOtt' 298
f: I Fairbanks for refreshments. "Mr Bradenton were recent visitors of Mr. < WTrade LlM/TEDSUPPL.Y.'t
Crosby Is the caller. and :Mrs Robert Johns. !- .
r .
,I: !Miss Joy Andrews of Independence Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ivey and sons. ;..
:Mo. arrives home Jim and !Matt of Seattle. Wash. t .a-f

k Mrs.lolidays Levon with Andrews.her parents.Friday !Mr.for and the arrived holidays today with Thursday her parents.,spend Mr. and the <*4 l SAWYER-SLADE : t j

Mrs. J,E. Hardy. <.. .

Covina.Mrs. Calif..V.T. Is Whisenhunt spending of West Mr*. O.L. Haynes. Jr. and It St.CENTER t
Friday to visited Mr. and Mrs. Starke
,, Tuesday with her parents Mr. and daughter. Anne. Savannah. 4.. 332 W. Madison ..
!Mrs. W.J. Epperson. Bobby Welch and family In .

f Ga. over the weekend. *9..+*t..+...+*+.....+*+.+.+- * * ...+.+-..+*+..+.+. *+*.*.*

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I HAMPTON AREA NEWS br'Director l'UarKeung NamedBart

by Dolor Meng Kimball has been named
phoaoMHimsenior director of marketing at Gauranty
!_! Cltlaewa Federal Savings and Loan Especially At Christmas When You Shop
Christmas Program Association of Gainesville, announcesB.
Hampton Senior Citizens Club F. Mizell, Jr.. president of
will hold their annual Christmas party
Friday, Dec. 15, In the City Hall Principal Connie Clark and PTA Kimball, who previously served in
beginning at noon with a covered dish president Elbert" liersey, welcomedan In
marketing management positions
audience of some 300 and
luncheon. parents WILLIAMS JEWELRY
friends of the savings and loan industry, will
Everyone attending requested to Elementary coordinate marketing activities at all
bring along food of their choice. For School students to the Christmas seven Guaranty Federal offices.
the gift exchange, ladles will bring a program provided Monday evening He received bachelor's and
$1 value gift for another lady. Men are at the school. master's degrees from the University 144 W. Call St. 964-7064
to furnish a gift for another man. All Under the direction or music Florida where he also serves as an.,
Interested adult citizens are invited to instructor Lavon Drlvas, children adjunct lecturer In the College of'
attend and enjoy the entertainment. presented the Christmas Around the Journalism and Communications': *
Members and friend were sorry to World program. Department of Advertising and : .
hear of the recent ItoapltalizaUon of, Mrs. Noelle Silk's kindergarteners Public Relations .
former members. Harold and Julia sang French folk song, "Long Ago."
in All wish First Graders In Mrs Jean Clark's SOIITHSIDE
.St. Petersburg.
them a speedy class sang the German song "0Tannenbaum. Tis the for Seiko!
recovery season a
(Oh Christmas Tree), }:ELEMENTARYLUNCH
and "Alle Jahre Wieder."
t Condolence Sincere sympathy Is Mrs Joyce McMillan's second Superb Analog Quartz accuracy

of Miss aukobbho graders presented the song from
family Betty Dec. 1..11
died Saturday In Sweden *'Nu Ar Del Jul" (Now it is for and a
night an men women.
Yule). MONDAY, Dec. 18: Hot dog on bun
accident. She student at
was a
Bradford High School and had Students Mrs. Arleen Rich's third baked beans, cabbage, carrot salad,.
many milk.TUESDAY .
friends in this area. grade class sang a song from peaches
Switzerland ".'eliz Navidad.Dor, Dec. 19: Hamburger on
Dora, Dora." bun lettuce, tomato, peas,
Happy BirthdayAudrey applesauce, milk. I e. a. w ears s,- sass suY
Drown celebrated her 12th Fourth graders In Mrs. Mindy "
Dec. alsoto McLean's class sang the Mexican December Is PTA membership 1
birthday Happy Birthday
long, "Hay Un Arbolito." month.The children In each class will
Sharon Godwin who was 9 Dec. 8, be
looking 100
Miss Claudette Peterson's fifth percent
Michelle Gunter who was 9 Dec. 9,
graders sang a song from England, membership, which will entitle themto
Williams Kim Smith who also was 9 Dec.9 Dec.10,11.and Kirk "How Far Is It To Bethlehem?" a reward provided by McDonalds 1 '.<_ % A decade of world leadership in quartz technology stands behind r.::. :.,} .

Macey Rhoden celebrated her 6th Mrs. Ernestine Denmark's sixth If you did not get a chance to join at \ Seiko's remarkable collection of Analog Quartz watches. Each t V -
grade class an Oriental the PTA meeting of Dec. 12, you may ;
sang song "'
birthday Dec. 12. exquisitely designed timepiece performs with bnlliant accuracy and f
"Omedeto ozanlmas." send your one dollar to school by your r \ <
Randy Campball was 12 years old A medley of Early American songs student and Mrs. Barbara Brown, unsurpassed dependability. For a gift of special distinction, see our great I ,

Dec.Dewey 12. McClellan celebrated his 4th and recitations was presented by Mrs. membership chairman will send you selection of different models. For men. For women Seiko Quartz.$9 F Fs
Carole Stevenson's seventh grade your membership card. Please
birthday Dec. 10 with a Mickey Mouse Indicate your student or students Fc
decorated cake, ice cream, and other class. rooms. c
Students were attired costumes
refreshments for his friends and
Christmas Holidays Include
and accompanied by symbols and
family on Sunday decorations appropriate to the Wednesday,December 20, and extend a.rwa aaa.aa r r asm r

particular country they portrayed. through Monday, January 1, 1979.
Another Rattlesnake Students return to school on Tuesday
Bobby Dennis presented Tommy School January 2.
with another rattlesnake he Holidays
killed last Sunday near his home. News from Ms. Phyllis Goldberg's
Tommy has It stored in the freezer Tuesday, December 19, will be the fifth grade room: Jimmy Wilson and
along with several squirrels waitingto last school day of 1978. School Jeff Sherman brought Christmastrees :
be cooked. personnel and students will return to to help get the room into the .
classes on Jan. 2, 1979 spirit of Christmas. Mrs. Diane
Westcott from the Vo Tech came

Wednesday. Dec. 6, to' help the If Don't What To Get Him.
You Know
I students start terrariums that are .
COMMUNITY NEWSby being made for Christmas presents.
Children who caught the Extra .
Effort Express Train this week Williams
the Senior Choir are: Suggest A
Elizabeth G.Walker singing. Helen Rivers,Eddie Hall'Jay Hayes
The Christmas will be held
Phone M4-W83 program Paula McKinney, Richard O'Steen,
Sunday morning. Dec. 24, at 11 a.m. Lynn Ward Marie Doughman.
Bradford Middle School PTO will under supervision of the Young Adult Jimmy Wilson, and Theresa SEIKO
meet tonight (Thursday Dec. 14) at Choir. VlcColIum. QUARTZ
7:30: p.m. at the school. The The Baby Contest will end Sunday, Excellent spellers are:. Mike
of all is neededfor Dec.: 31, at 3 p.m. Drew Davis Laura
cooperation parents Garcia,
Greater Bethlehem Freewill Micelle Hall, _n____..
success. Jay Hayes, Lynn
will Baptist Church: Christmas rehearsalIs Holtzendorf, Theresa
Dell Chapter 168 OE9 meet McCollum,
tonight (Thurs., Dec. 14) in the set each Monday at 7:30: p.m. Paula McKinney Ritchie Overstreet
Masonic Hall on Brownlee Street. All Prayer meeting is set each Tuesdayat and Jeff Sherman.A .
7-30: McKays Circle will meet
members are asked to attend. p.m.
Eastern Star Day will be observed Wednesday at7-30: p.m. at the home of super report card of all A's was K .
Sunday, Dec. 17, at 3 p.m. The Sister Mattie Covington.Story Hour at achieved by Helen Rivers. Other I r YYY) .IiIY w.
the church Is set Thursday at 7:30:
Masonic is invited to be
family excellent report cards were: Ritchie
p.m. Blye's Circle will meet Friday at I I'I
present.NAACP Overstreet, Richard O'Steen, Paula
at the home of Sister Maltie
Meet Bradford 7:30: p.m. f I t" :
to : County McKinney, Theresa McCollum '
Branch NAACP will Covington. Lee's Circle will meet 11
meet Monday Monica Maslowski, Lynn Holtzendorf,
at 730 In the of Thursday at 7'30 p.m. at the home of
: p.m. annex Jim Law Jay
Hayes.Michelle Hall
Allen Chapel AME Church, Sister Darline Blye. Blye Circle will ]'I n Marie Doughman.,* and ,'Allison<,, -/.I V;
meel Friday! at 7:30: at.the homeba.eGLtrfaLennon I
and SJIlora-.AU.members IPlbaiiaAS! E Denmark. a *'- "
'e 'invrtFt f : In Grove. .
+ ;...,:
attend. Dinners will be sold from the kitchen. /J \ 1t
"*, Junior choir rehearses at 7:30: p.m. r" 'L. -4J -4WW
CHURCH ACTIVITIESNew Sunday School 9-30 a.m. Morning
Worship 11 a.m. Dinner will be served FLORIDA 1 ,

Bethel Baptist Church: Prayer at 12-30 p.m. Eastern Star Day 3 p.m.

meeting and Bible Class meet each Evening Worship 6 p.m. THEATRECall I,.
First Born Church of the Living
Wednesday at 7 All members
p.m. are
invited to be present. God: Prayer Service each Tuesday at a Walnut No.FG014M-tIl. .....f rXHBM-ttSO No.fI'75M-.n,00.
Pleasant Grove United Methodist 7-43 p.m. Tarrying services are held J
each Friday at 7:45: Sunday Starke 964-5451
Church: Rehearsals for the School 10:30: a.m. Morning p.m. Worship ...................,.......,...,

Christmas Wednesday nights program at S p.m.are Sunday set 11-30 a.m. Home Mission Evening Fri. Set Sun. We Have A Fine Selection Of Famous .1
Service 7:45 .
School 10 a.m. Lovefeast Service 3 : p.m. w
p.m. This will conclude services for Calvary Baptist Church: Preaching sic }
services each Sunday at 7 each
the day. p.m.
Mt. Morlah United Methodist first and third Sunday.Chrl.tm. Seiko Watches Among The Many Other
Church: Choir rehearses at 6 p.m. Caroling! Bradford t(
each Wednesday, Sunday School 9:30: County Christian Literary Society

a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. during members the and week friends-of will Dec.go 17.24'caroling at I Of Our \ I

study Ebeneier is held Baptist each Tuesday.Church:Prayer Bible Hampton Dec. 17 between 1-2 p.m.; ,, Items Fine Jewelry Displayed In Store.. 1A

meeting each Thursday at 6:30: pm. Starke and Lincoln City Dec. 20-21 and i
Morning Worship 11 a.m. Elder Thursday Dec. 21 from 4:304: p.m. <, 1
Sampson White and congregation of Basketball Game: There will be a ,
the Church of God in Starke and basketball game Saturday, Dec. IS, in # .;$ ..
Waldo will conduct services at 3 p.m. the RJE gym at 8 p.m. between m PLUS. 4 I
Christmas practice will be held Starke and Jacksonville.

Monday through Thursday at 6:30: \

p.m.Free Canaan True Church of God In HKNtf WINKLER The Lady In Your Life Would Appreciate

Unity: Tarrying services are held
each Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. Prayer
Services are held each Friday at 7'30p IS
.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning '' A Fine Seiko Quartz Watch
Worship 11 a.m. will conclude <
services for the day 301 DRIVE1NII.s..n..ww.wq.

Greater Allen Chapel AME Church, ...
Christmas rehearsal is set each From Williams Jewelry Also.

Tuesday at 8 p.m. Sunday School 10 Frl4 Sat _
a.m. .!Morning Worship 11 a.m. with j

Pecans Average Ask 9 y Our Choice Is Superb J

63" Per PoundAt Charley i
ECI ....

Final SaleThe E.Johns. ,Palo ". -..- ",.. .., .. 'j:;;"';;;'

brief pecan auction season
came to a close last Thursday with the
second and final sale of the season.
hen 13.203 pounds of nuts,,were sold fl& (Q) W
for a total of $3,314, an average of About This Question:
almost 63 cents per pound "Spring cleaning should MD IHf' ARGONAUTS

include an 'airing' of Insurance Iqa. w.....+lelNWi. :wars G
The 1978 season has been an off- '
year both In volume and in quality., : policies to be 1'l 1'
due to dry weather In the early fail sure that new risks are Sun. Mon. l i I
Market Manager Bob Allen said adequately covered
prices paid for seedlings ranged from without the needless
60 to 65 cents a pound, while Curtis 9k6000V. XlHtfr"ytl R7 nv7M<
of '
expense overlapping .!..? NKknganowmrmr" '
nuts always In demand. generally Does the ;. oftneTnnocenfSOTTHB
brought from 50 to 60 cents Stuarts policies. k t
demanded from 70 to 75 cents, Charley E. Johns ,)lumber
depending on quality, Agency a local Independent .. 4 No VII JOM-tl 11 00. Vn Yl AM11SM 4n N211M KM. m M- m oo.

auction sale In agent offer a free .'hurt '5' .
At the previous <

for November 12,496 pounds, growers of nuts.received $8,096 survey policies to of be certain insurance ofreasonable j A When You'Think :>Christmas Think Of Jewelry -

The Starke sale (is the only pectin coverage?" .. PLUS.1 f f

auction held In the state,with activity And Go To
normally held every Thursday during Charley E. CIHIS WHO Always
the season!In a good year. This year's HAW IT
crop was exceptionally,light, JOHNS AGENCY ALLI (
Williams Jewelry For The Finest. ;
+*+*+ t
Starke's Largest Quality Jewelers Open All Day Sun. Till.Christmasf ;

"To every man his own life PHONE 964-5070 'AI/W A.ID
is a mystery. ,Latin proverb I I



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PagMb TELEGRAPH. Dec. u, ivnI
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1eIiI CitizeRS JROTC' rats Form Group; Plan Fund-Kaismg ventsA r "' ', '" I

I > group of Bradford area parent! Tory and Nyal Marshall treasurer. Meeting were set for the' first rummage sale at Bradford Square Group
by a
Joe'kerrigan met November 8 and formed a Junior Thursday of every month with the was termed a success
ROTC i Parents Group and have Chairpersons of Committees were: newt' meeting to be held Thursday, spokesman.
Greenly, Telephone and 4, the JROTC
monthly meeting Andy January 1979 at
Increase from to
It a tragic day when CUBB JIM $180 only covers
an fund-raising event, and Membership Commit ; Annie Bell classroom at Bradford High School.
first From
'Economic forced days hospital care.
Agency was to electedfbfficers and committees for Mosley Activities Committee; Due are$1 per parent and all parents
realign with the Suwannee River the Silt day until the 90th day, costs : Invited to attend. Group members welcome local
Economic Council Since that time, will go up from 136 per day to 140.For their initial year. are I esktents to come out and support the
the programs for the elderly have the Reserve 60 days,which can never Officer elected were: Chuck Bobbie John Suttles, Financial high school Junior officer training
'wen.slowly) gutted. The final blow ts. be recovered costs will jump from 173 Colbert.'ihairman; Ruby Dahnke, co- Committee and Resale Griffith, Pub The first fund-raising event a program,
'ocused on the Bradford-Union Co., to In chairperson; Joyce Chamber, .ect: lic Relations Committee. .'
llomemaker Program and ita a skilled nursing home facility,
approximately 130 elderly clients from the 21st day to the tooth day it
needing and receiving help, with a will cost me state or patients More Hampton Hi-Lite by Delore MengSchool I
waiting list of 20 or more persons. guardians $3 more from $18 to $20. ...
This task la difficult enough to fulfill The only remedy is "Don't get sick"
without the constant harrassment or go Into a nursing home but that Is New t Grade 3t Sandra Frtese, Debbie Lunch Menu: Tuesday Dee. Turkey w-gtblet
from SREC. The latest barb la to like "King Canute' trying to sweep The following grading on Belle, Mindy Mersey, Tommy Len Monday""e. IS-Hot dog on bun coleslaw gravy mashed potatoes green peas.cranberl' hot,
reduce the office staff by laying off back ocean waves with a broom. the second six week's periodA Jones.Mark McKinney.Grace Rowe baked bean, fruit cup. cookie )' sauce pumpkin pie. I
Ms. Libby Robert.s-ttulle.vlnl only Write your Congressmen Senators, and B Honor Roll: Sid Russell and Nancy Waldron. milk. roll. milk.
one person In that office Ms. Petty pressing:; them to pass the Kennedy Grade I It: Allison Archey, Michael Grade 4: Sandra Melton. Tammy
Barnett Director, to handle All American Health Insurance Act' Campen, Cindy Davis, Rhonell Elltetlij Peeples. Frankle Rahme and Kirk
telephone( typing, filing; and other for speedy enactment Lena Looney, Angle Williams
multiple office chores plus going to Powers Macey Rhoden and Cheryl
Interview clients, supervise Club New Thomas. Grade 5: Amy Clark, Melissa AND HEARING ABOUT ON
homemaker employees meeting with Happy Birthday In November to Grade 2: Tina Branham, Amy Williams and Amy William. THE RADIO
liltS offices and SREC when called Walter Richardson,a proud 84. Eloise Custer, Quentin Ford, Billy Horne Grade II: Billy Bauldree and Brenda fHaimmc 31 7"
upon,' Olin, Flossie Prescott, who both used Billy Jordan, and John Rahme. Bawek. :! : ace:
the woman' prerogative of not ...,.... Will road your coil,a Ilia without, am ing any
divulging ages, but they are both up - quaftlor.l" Oivee.dvlc.on all alfaira ol hf.luch-
We 'are about to lose our there. You wouldn't believe it by Love Courtahip MarrlaQO' Law Sulla amiBuimaaa
Spacuianon, Tells Who and W"."
(?(30UBCJ SCDBl? I you
Homemakers at them have (
program altogether. looking ; may they never you "will marry, Site navar lalla to raumto, the
Surely this matter needs our wrinkles God Bless Saparalad caul Kpaady and Happy Marriagaa
Immediate attention December 19 will be our final 138 E. Call St. Starke, Fla. 964-5890 ovarcomai f nomiaa and Bad Luc ol all kinoa, /
Without our Homemakers program, meeting in 1978. We can recall the TILLS YOUR LUCK Y DA YS AND HUMffHS "'I!"..I!.; .
most t of these oldsters would be put in many accomplishments fine Starke's Own Bakery Don't, ba dlacouragad .II Others have fOiled to help you one doaaolhara what
nursing homes, "the line of least meetings and good times along with claim, 'to do Ona vinl. will, convince you ihia, giliad,' Splrilualial. '
resistance", which would cost the the bitter sad moments of serious Medium la luparlor/ 10' any raador you have avar eonaulladPRIVATf
state and individual families if they illness and death of many of our STOLLEN FOR CHRISTMASFull CONFIDENTIAL--- ------eADlNOi--DAILY---
afford it deal beloved members.
can a good more money EVERYONE IS WELCOME
than the costs to run our homemaker However Christmas Is the period of Of Fruit And Nuts it
LOON for cameos Sled wi bon of far nom You cart I mna
program. peace great rejoicing,engendered by
Those of you 'reading this column the generous spirit of giving and Even Raisins Located US 301 South of Starke acres from KOA Campground
should call immediately receiving. So It will be at our Open daily DAM to 8PM 964-6712
Representative Frank Williams andask Christmas .party. All members votedto
his assistance office 904-7202. bring a gift, value 13, marked from
homif. 473-32IW Also call County a woman to a woman and a man for a
Commission Chairman E.W. Hodges man.
at the courthouse,964-6280 or at home. A novel game, played by using YOUR SUPERMARKET.
1-4118-1I69; Mrs Frances Jackson, playing cards will add much fun and
Director, SREC 1-362-4113 and excitement.
demand restitution of office help for Of course, Christmas carols, Santa
Ms.! Peggy Barnett. Claus and other goodies will be
enjoyed Dec. 19 at I p,m.. at the PrattSt. SHANK OR BUTT PORTION
:, Medicare Rec. Center, Starke. Merry SMOKED
Hospital Insurance Part A will leap Christmas to all of the people of
upwards $16. January of 1979. This Bradford County.

I JROTC Raffles Piggly Wiggly TurkeyThe HAMS

Junior ROTC Parents Group Piggly Wiggly on December 20.
will be raffling off a free turkey from The Junior ROTC cadets and
parents will be selling tickets for 50
cents and entrants need not be presentat 14.TMHI WOMNVDA DflCIMfMftf
the drawing to win. M.urn.UANrn.MOMTt MMJtVU.PACKER .

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t d

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The first recorded coffaa COwwoe. A C piPOF D xaxxWB

ho u.... I in 16th century P uR
Turkey were known s* S
"Mekteb-i-Irfan." meaning!! CEDARN A .aA
"school cultured1ST '
of the "nt\S1 +

STO Oacorata for the 'C

-Than plant ItPOINSEHIAS t e ,

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Altar Society 5'TOe s 199 __

\ntolnl.'lIe'OIIs presided at the LIMITED SUPPLY
ml'l.'tlnM./ Kdward's: Altar Society LABEL PRINGLES EXTRA CHIPS IN" 99 FOLGER'S ALL GRINDS COFFEE = 12.65

held in the parish hall on Tuesday p PRINGLES POTATO CHIPS 1rlNNra. 99( FOLGER'S ALL GRINDS COFFEE VAST'5.29
"'venmg. Dec 5,
Altar Chairman. Mrs.. Antoinette DOG PANTRY PRIDE
Mi-fani'lli. outlined plans for SUNSHINE PANTRY PRIDE LIBBY'SRATION

decorating' altar at Christmas time. LOVELY GR1's TEABAGS CORN
Mrs Mary Humphries and Mrs. Pat CHEEZ-1T
A"'lb have altar care during Decent, LASTING COLOR I*,Soa OOLOCN CREAM
Mrs 14fi DouRhtory.! Mrs. Opal 10oz BOX 100 COUNT BOX TOOK teal!
ll.ihs and Reverend Father 1 LB BAG

Vl.iry schra' C'hurth pastor ,M.tcclcnny's were: introduced Anthony St asKIMSM CAN AFTER BE PLANTED 25 Lb. $ 2/$1 $199 $129 3$1Bag.

at the meeting I BLOOMING ,299
Those attending brought along .
*nipped Christmas' gifts for Sunland A NICE GIFTI f CRISCO SHORTENING tt.Wl 1.99

(uilienls I,allowing the business meeting the CRISCO OIL t Iw.l tit '5.69
ONLY $298
li.'inr Reverend Father Patrick ,
l ..If'! > showed movie camera pictures CANADA
nt s priors parish activities and other
Memhern also enjoyed a surprise ;
gift provided. at the party. IN BUD & BLOOM $049 CRANBERRYSAUCE

Refreshments: of punch cookies ..** pot..,,,ONLY e LAUNDRY
.,k(', nuts' and candies were nerved
i n., 'the hostess Mrs.!! Mary Cissy, MOISTURE CONTROL DETERGENT DETERGENT>
16oz CAN

Parish Council TO

Mi- Josephine Cumber; president r
t.r. Mileil nt 'the meeting of St. MlrjrafM ''SWEET
i l I..,.mi's Parish Council held in the e ,, 1 0J SUNKIST ,
,' rich hall 'December II. JackI"I..y METER LETS POTATO CHIPS .
was" appointed in charge of YOU KNOW lfIII"or
r'.mlding' and Maintenance Affairs
flu' following l schedule' of events was WHEN TO WATER $088
,mtlineil, ( at the meetingDec.. 15-7'00 A GREAT GIFT AND ONLY
I p m Advent Penance Service: I>ec. J N u.

"r'nrty I :tit p m.; Dec. 17.6 no p m. SIGNAL Oil* I HAVILAND CHINA I
hristma1 (Caroling.! : Dec. 22 CVO MOUTHSRICC CHOICE CRACKERJACKS i ;
nonce and Christmas! Party Prayer I DflNNEKBELL I
.roup Mass, I Dec 24 7 00 pm '
hildrrn's Votive Christmas Mass SAVES TIME' A ;r. COFFEE I I
:Midnight Christmas Mass: New WORK
Year Kve: New Years Eve: I _AT MftTflV MHO P Party .
SALE 8oz JAR $445 .
+ I w. ". ,,
('hrlltmR"! Float NOW '..." COLD I FREEZE I 4JMIT M=COUPOM o.c...M..fTtU.PISCCS Ml*. g.
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The Christmas float entered in the N030? 1488 POWER r Morton Chicken ". zl.99 o BID BLANKETS

annual Christmas! Parade on Dec. 9 REO 19 99.......... lAVNOWY OETtHGfMTDYNAMO I RNe OLIO' COLOR ASSORTED
was constructed by St Kdward's: twin rawWhipped a
ro ::
parishioners It featured a Nativity NO 108 CORDLESS $3988REO.eg Toppings: 39t $Tt499

Scene in a family living room.t'omplel.d 89 ......... Nt Mfr
with a decorated t
Christmas. ) Tree fireplace and other NO SOT NEEOIE $4588 D TERGEr4T F Pumpkin Pie /MIN 59FARM --.---,;;

seasonal decorations Tessa Pernini. CEO Sg gg........... = .
Cindy Samons and Jennifer Stanleywere -
the children riding on the float.


:. St Kdward's: Catholic parrish >tiT
'. PIE
council extend special thanks to the + OdTBOLa
approximately :200 persons!!! who AJAX 32o* OR U) 'irtr.ACHAC.r: MINI
tended the :spaghetti dinner at St. 1d.eweAl ee OI3MWASHING 4.50Z LB BAGFROZEN SHELLS
Kdward's: on Sunday. November Zfith. LIQUID SK25 r
Ic The dinner coordinated by 10oz ((2 PAK) YOUR

chairpersons! Mrs. Josephine Cumber GARDEN & NURSERY < CHOICE
.; and Mrs. Michael Gilhooly. was a CENTER IRISH SPRING -'so, 99 39 *
huge! success for the Parrish Council.

Participation and response of persona 539 E Call St StarK. Fla :
; donating the delicious cakes and
working at the event was beyondi' Priori 9045745Oon
and 8 AM s-aa: PM I
expectation much
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I lie 'MaiiiDtoii Water S.vstem..tSeem.s. on 'Go' ;'1]

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Although not official approval of a the loan granted waa very close. Both referendum, rejecting two other McCormack added "I've never will 120 users, and operation and loan approval. McCormack added
Farmer's Home Administration grant engineers and McCormack added that systems that have included fire known anyone going Into marriage maintenance costs KmJIA loan and
and loan for up to 2S8.400 toward the protection and the capacity for more expecting lato Tall, and we're existing mortgage repayment' and that KmllA would he able to finance
new Hampton water system seems a the grant was closer to 75 percent future expansion. (FmHA) marrying the city of reserve funds at a commercial bank Interim If a mm..lc.'alloon could no
sun bet after the after project coats that art not eligible The letter of Hampton with this be secured
city -council condition, which must program To my total lis.593. meaning the city will
approved a letter of condition* at a subtracted.under a government grant are be met by the city within 120 day, knowledge, there's not one delinquent have surplus balance available of Knit: added that If bids cnme In
special meeting Thursday Dec. 7. requires that the accountln the state." lower than anticipated, the. city had
FmHA District Director Wallace The original grant included the at leant 120 users with tbedmaxirmum Rate structures for the new systemare $181The letter of conditions requires a the option of staying, with the
McCormack read a letter stating" refinancing of the current system, load for the system 155 user. also provided In the letter of reserve fund established by the city proponed system and decreasing loan,
condition that must be agreed to by with remaining mortgage payments, McCormack told Eng he "couldn't see conditions. Residential rates show a amounting to$781 per year. The letter or applying for clmngo that could betaken
the city before the loan and grant ol'19.000. McCormack explained that why not" when asked if the user minimum rate of $7.50 per month for included number of other condluonaagreed in as a result of the lower bids.
could Chairman Ted the FmHA could not provide funds presently hooked up would serve an the first 3,000 gallons, with $1.50 per to before the city can receive Fang: pointed out thai IA".tt'Y had
Curtis echoed the sentiments of the that would finance any existing authentication for FmHA. City dork 1,000 gallons for the next 2.000 gallons the funda. Aront laid the letter was received bids lower than uprated,
structures, the cost of the and bad chosen to the. .
entire council after of only new $1 standard expand Jly..tmwith \
approval the Iris Hart said that there were about per 1,000 gallons for the next 3.000 government condition that
letter laying, "I'm enthused It project. The monthly mortgage pay gallons and all cities aid the remaining funds.
over ; 120 users currently using the system. 60 cents per 1.000 gallon receiving: must comply
ment of the existing system is coveredIn No time Irame was sot, but Eng
we'll better
never get a deal than this, anything/ over 8,000 gallons. with.
and we've really got no choice." the new system's proposed Commercial rates will be $9 Interim financing will be required anticipated that construction .should
Sverdrup II Parcel engineering firmrepresentative operating budget, according to Mayor William Summers showed minimum per month for the first 3,000 during the period of construction with begin In early spring if all runs i
whose McCormack. some apprehension about the future with Increases the smoothly and the system should lie
Ralph Eng gallons following the isr.aoo ( amount of the loan from
firm will be handling the engineering Department of Environmental financing of the new system pointingout same Tale structure a* residential.The a commercial source borrowed after completed within a year from that
end of the project pointed out the firm Regulation representative Jerry that many of the present water new system will Include new construction bids are received. time. New city attorney Itrgfcle Flynn M i
has been applying to FmHA for the Owen was present the meeting,and users have not paid since moving to pumps a 6.000 gallon nonelevatedstorage ")aHA will then reimburse the commercial will he working with Sverdrup *
city since September and during that laid the DER would help in any way' Hampton aa much as a year' tank a small building to lender, and the city will begin 'Parcel In handling repayment of
time the agency changed their loanpolf.cy possible to secure the loan for the city. delinquent bills. Eng said the city's howe the chlorinator and completelynew paying back .KmllA with the first and bonds Eng: said after the letter of
procedure. A maximum of 75 Earlier this year DER deemed alternative are limited, though. water lines. The system will also due Sept I after the approval from KmllA. it will be timeto
percent can be in the form eta grant Hampton's water system sub the letter of condition I I. accepted Include an auxiliary engine for use In loan clang, consisting of Interest step on the bandwagon.
now for funded projects and a new standard, requiring new system oran the plan are followed through, and a. power blackouts. only. KmllA Interest la now at live With a motion by Charles How land,
application after the change resultedin upgrading of the old system to. problem arises, then the obligation ,, McCormack and Eng said the percent, but McCormack said Interest a second by Leonard Ihirrah, and u
the latest funding proposal. comply with government requirements will be to FmHA. If you don't accept system will pay for Itself and figure charged on the loan will be whatever unanimous vole by I the council
Ot the total$258,400 cost $167,100 or On June 13, the city voted for the letter, then you'll have to answerto drawn by FmHA bear them out Hampton made the primary step
the minimum in up the agency's rates are at the time of toward a new water system i
63 percent will be an FmHA grant, system a special Jerry Owen and the DER $15.774 of revenue will be coming in iI
w.llb.the balance of$91,300 In the form I
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closing of more a loan than of that the a 40-year must loan. be Before period repaid the after over FmHA the not Betsy Yawn Earns Straight-A7s in First Six WeeksAlachua Iii

policy change the project cost would
have broken down into a loan of Betsy Yawn is the only one of 1,072 "Quite bit; I have to," Miss Yawn time for much else, what with six County Youth Orchestra and
157.700 and of $118,700. students at Bradford High School to said when asked If she has to study subjects. the Bradford High band.
Engineer Alan Aront said that they earn stralght-A'a for the first six- much. Betsy "loves to write music" Betsy's main project now Is her
had been asking for $88.000 loan, and weeks grading period which ended and does a lot of arts and several week ago things,as she puts It She doesn't have '77-78 all-state band, a member of the Yawn of Starke and Judge Thcron
Yawn of Gainesville also Is a member
of the Drama Club. French Honor
Society and Ia I a senior Girl Scout
which \is comparable to an Eagle

School and- blind Is a full time job for
FOR HOLIDAY FIXINGS the BUS Junior. The school day beginsat
8-a.m. and doesn't end until after
band practice around 5 p.m.
FARMER GRAY Relay's subjects this year are advanced
placement English: band.
PREMIUM GRADE QUICK U.S.D.A.GRADII-A- American history, music theory ,
physics, and French II.
YIMiNCi Fifty-nine other BUS .students
BULK PACK earned places on the Bradford lll h
TURKEY TURKEYS honor roll for the first six weeks. The
(WITH POP UP TIMER) number Is fewer than usual brcnuxp
lYinclpnlJim Duncan ha.lftIIlllul..11( .
2ft now rule that a student must carry
DRUMSTICKS 17 L13S 78 a four subjects: In which.he*or she earns
LB uP u&Y1LA SUPERMARKETS credit to earn .a place on the honor

roll. The rule mainly effects seniors
who attend school time because
they have earned rift
credits. to graduate. KII..I'I", .... Km'In Miller. lUMh l'atray.
-y ; ;;;; .!<"'>' KIWJH.: Uirk Sfliiniill. I"h''I'r''"'
Honor roll Miulonls earning gradesof Shinn Itemv \\ lllmnlC.SIII'UUIClntoS' .
'A' or Ml art" : Ch.irli-no M. 1
FRESH SKNIOKSItiiyllnii: longer IVKRy 1"11I11.'IIUI1.J,1, t." Itrmut. .l.inuv .\.
Crawford. Marcia tiomlgt.: John Hi-owning, .lowph HtrroK.uku
I PORK (;imilxby, Monliiio| (:travel. jJhnrimIMilM. Kersey. I>IHIIII li. Harsh. Kli/.iltrtU:
BOTTOM ROUNROAST John Krldor. Hove Meyers.KiKvard M Mr\\" illi.nnm. l.rifi: > ..' Mown.'
e Civil It l'r'1ll1m. IU HAMS' Morgan Melanie MorrlH, IK-IK K: Sliiilc. .IMHWiih. .1' ThiHV.I | .
STEAK IMtrictn M II iii nil. Michael Prescott I 1)1110' i K:. I'nilorliillFUKSIIMKN .
H EITHER HALF OR WHOLE Cheryl'' l>. I'revnll. l)omilii.HfoMlHtvitrtlolu : Tlnil lU-Hl. \trkift. t
I ''; '," """' Klalntikrr. Mifiit.NlarrlftlCuMllrvln If liner. l...m it ', Twrnrtierm, fhrrrp ,.
16'9' Tyson Sylvan Williams HIM'Is. TnMlhii Fulxoni, Teresa Il
Donald' Wilson. And Fred Wood llarle> l.orl I.nwiwii. liritliui'
I La JUNIOItS- .Icffery, Brooker. Sarah McIntosh, I)In it IKMHlitii: Susan/
Kiiulk. Christie Faulkner. Terry Newman K'iunlh Starling Karen I
CHOICE CNOrCE nodjt': Janice' Jockel Teresa Thorpe, (111IrlIUlllm., .,

Canadian Rutabagas IN.. U12* Ass't. Greens tm ]9' f *fe ,... :** Atfr Hearing Back On For Fireman>t tAn .: II

Green Onions ..._M 2/49' Fresh Red Radishes .e 10' EGGS BACON
Oil 111&11111. uffjiicnln public Mrcrl hlmk ,-1'| i' c'i'llnnvlhal the
,JUICY FRESH GREEN H-nrliiK IK Net fur ." 11I1 III n' ,I to M 1 iHliTM of re| FRESH FRESH ".iiM-r !111I'4''' fin-limit' ..Mm Itjintwvinolixt ,IIKIII'K HlKiKilnri. and! KIIIIIM, preh'sllvl II
FRESH CUKES GREENCABBAGE. U. S. NO. 1 '1j ,IIIH illHiiilKNiil whirl rump' In l IIIHA n'I'I"III".1
FLORIDA liil'<> 'AiiKiixl lir.lt
/.. .r BELL IDAHOPOTATOES UAND d f)6s) 1"1'1111 oil Itu iliNinlnHtil. wIN t
SWEET iniUlmilU' lori \"IIII"'r!ill-ill then s
: POUND SMOKED 'Ki[;;::. A Starke! ", Herman' for (two yours.Ipnns'y. ,.IU..I..I. w lirn hI In* .'|.|>I....IIIKiki ,I'arliy. I
TANGERINES MIX '.11..11.. wok l : tired II" ln
25. wns IT
I $MI"O 10 $119 r.TNUi'dly. ,, ii'fiiMHl .to ftlKit II le'IIe'l'( ofni IhMM williiNil 11 l.t 'mill IIIIH IOK N' 1111'1'
>,iiiiinM, l ""'"I, II..'.. lull' an tiller Unit I MIIIHiimMv lint iriMiiiili.iillsltiil \.""' j I'
FOR fOR Ld liAti 4'iilliHi with Miilki-"' Kite HrpiiiliiiiMitI'liii'f u Illi I In1 pun .ydnng'and i,
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u.IV IIIH- of si" "eriil SIII'I'| | gnyeNO
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I '\ Fresh Red Apples .XfiSSS: :' 16 roI $1" I II I- ;; We ;Too Pooped To l

,.I'. Florida 'IUti 8 1 WHITE :: .
: Rome Apples 3 tl 69 i v '-POP-

Yellow Onions LDOSI 1112e ANTY PRIM .: niiinr.

Crisp Carrots u.w 1St 10 < VARIETY- SOUKCME4M' T I W.N..d I

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'. -: /99, Deluxe' Fruit Cake ... $1,79, &i..42 2 i Hwy 10 East I
WMQI E i ,

j Economy rrw, saw Fruit Cake ..I; 1.39 RIB LAMB Help Us With Our Advertlsment ProgramAnd II 1
Dinner 3/M 1 I
Boh'emiafl Win $50 Or *25QO For
Hearth Bread 69 -
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PRIDE'I I People About Why Thev Should Ut. Kwlk Kar Wash To Wash I
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| their Car Truck: Camper'.- But Hor Dog Etc
CPV'ROLLS BREAD ,I COUNTY I I APPLE BLOSSOM I M Wit 8f Judged On OriglnMy' And Content. I \ t

16oz LOAF, I CHEESE I APPLE JUICE i To Eniw. Compo Your Ad And Bring Kin Or MM To 1 I ITh. tr

3'/$129: I ITEM I II HALF Bradford Co. Ttttgrtph I l

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or as tranquilizers,
are not much different
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turkey experience,

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and very often death

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unlike most drugs! no
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Christmas Parade,* Santa Bring Out the : "

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Well Santa Claus should be hard at work at the North Pole by now but betook won third place and $25. Other floats entered Areas:
time out last Saturday to head south and appear in the Bradford County perties. TGandY which carried Santa
Chamber of Commerce's Christmas Parade which rolled downtown past a Kdward's: Church, Grace Baptist Church and -
large holiday crowd.
At top right bottom the moving adventure .
midst of had to wait just a bit on Sol south but
Parade director the
Bill Wilson said he was so busy he hardly had time to see ,
up a half mile until the parade passed through. ; '. '
but described
: parade, thet'ntlrt'day as just great: "f *. ,
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; i Smiling faces of children and parents testified to the fact thai the holiday Santa holds little 2-year-old April Joy on his' ;; : ." "*\
f spirit was becoming contagious Eight floats, the Bradford High School band. ready to meet North Pole's only resident much I City Of Starke
,. r Boy and Girl scouts from the entire county Starke Shriners. riding clubs. BHS Christmas; : '
.' cheerleaders a Most of Starke businesses and a number of other groups joined "' : $ i: iV:: !;i '
Jolly' 'ol,SI Nick In trying their best to spread the Christmas spirit, ; '
Children reactions to the parade ranged ., '(;"I\I'\ :",
most of the kids had the best seat in the .' Y '>i,
up on the hood or riding on Dad's shoulders. .: Florida
In the pictures above. top left, one of the many Cub Scout tI'OOpIIleatured in -
tile pa raae wants part tne Historic old Bradford County Courthouse.At ) <'"
Somebody said that wasn't really Santa Claire. t .dt..r-
Marvin Rosier dressed up like one But : : d>
owns Hosier's Nursery on south Walnut
top right the First United Methodist Church Youth Group's float 'Hark the from his business to be Santa Claus, But
t Herald Angels Sing' look tin first place prize and $e5. Church of God's entry rade,well that could have been Marvin
took second place and S45. and Bradford Union V -Tech Horticulture float babes when he was elected mayor of
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<, Dec U, 117. TELEGRAPH Pas IB 1 ;i

I Missions Supper at First BaptistA Rev. & Mrs. Mel Drake to Show 100 Slides Kingsley Lake Baptist Holds Bike-A-Thon If

supper prepared and served by P"6* ?1 our existence." Of Trip to Holy Land, Italy, SpainRev The Klnglsey Lake Baptist Church
the men of the Church to emphasizethe apUst Church Is one of the MOW First Baptist Women sponsored a Bike-A- Kingsley BaptistSets
Annual Foreign Missions Offering Southern Baptist Churches Thon on December 2nd with IS church
was held Sunday evening Dec. 10. helps. support over 8.000 which and Mrs. Mel brake will show members and friends participating Dec. 20
The Lottie Moon Christmas appointed full time missionaries and narrate color tilde of their trip to The purpose of the BikeAThon was
Offering for Foreign Missions was missionary Israel, Rome> Italy and South Africaat to raise. money for the Lottie Moon Christina Program
established In memory of Missionary efforts) in IM; countries around the the Church of God 422 N. St. Clair Christmas offering for Foreign
Lottie Moon who started work in world. St., Friday, Dec. IS, at 7-30 p.m. Missions. 1 offerings received will The Kingsley Lake Baptist Church
China In 1879. Because her dedicationand The First Baptist Church of Starke be sent through the Cooperative Is presenting a Christmas program.
personal sacrifice, m permanent receives these special' offerings each In Jerusalem the Drake walked the Program to aid the missionaries on ome, Sing About Christmas" on
annual offering was instituted About year for State Missions Home Via Del Arosa. sang hymns in the the foreign mission fields. Wednesday. Dec. 20, at 7'30 p.m.
80 percent of Southern Baptist Missions ( U.S.A.I and Foreign upper! room, prayed In the Garden ofGethsemane Those who participated in the Bike- Those participating will include
Foreign Mission funds are giventhrough Missions. In addition to these special visited the tomb of the A-Thon rode a distance of 8 miles membera of the Sunday School
this special offering The goal offerings, 20 percent of all tithes and prophets and worshiped on Mt, beginning at Strickland's store at classes Acteens, and Church Choir.
this year Is 40 million dollars. The ,offerings is designated to Missions Calvary. From Jerusalem they Kingsley Lake to the Fire Tower on The church Invites everyone to
goal for First Baptist Church has been First Baptist solicits-no funds outside Journeyed to Bethany Nazareth, SR-16 and returned. Refreshments attend at this special season of the
set at 12,200 this year. The receiving Its membership. The Church program Galalee and Jericho. Pastor Drake were served to the bike riders when year.A i
of this offering is conducted: : through and it's world-wide mission work Is baptized Mrs. Drake in the Jordan they reached the half way point. social hour will follow In the .
the month of December.The supported solely by the tithes and river and the Drakes viewed the recreation room following the iI.prolD'am. iI.
supper consisted of eggs offerings of the members of the ancient walls of the old city from f "
sausage, grits, biscuits and fresh Church. Last year First Baptist within and without. They were John
homemade syruo was enloved by a. Church gave over $31,000 to missions especially Impressed by the Eastern Wagner To Speak To Gospel Fellowship 1 if ifI
dining hall full of hungry Baptists around the world. gate the Damascus gate and the Johannesburg;. visited with
Following the meal the Director for Walling waU. missionary friends ministered In the The Full Gospel Business Men's The Lettermen. Bob Hope. Paul Anka -I_
Men's Mission work for the State of SHARON PRIMITIVE BAPTIST In Homo, Italy, Rev. and Mrs. Full Gospel Church of God 'In Fellowship International will feature and Joev Heatherton. ,
Florida Rev. Charles Ragland, CHRISTMAS SERVICES Drake visited the Coloseum. the Ellsburg. toured the famous Krueger guest speaker John Wagner at their
Issued a challenge to faithfulness in Roman forum the Baslclllca of St. National Park and spent nine days In monthly meeting saturday Dec. 16, Anyone wishing to have John visit
missions support and urgency In bold Sharon Primitive Baptist Church John Lateran.St. Peter's Basilica,the a remote Church of God mission at the Garden Restaurant In Starke. his church or organization should con-
missions. Bold Missions Is a concept will have their regular church service Fiesta of Mlchelango.. and Catacombs OUtpOHt Dinner will be available at 6 p.m. tact Gene Lilly at dot BUB.2522. or
and goal to share the good news of Saturday night at 7 p.m., December where they walked through six miles In Madrid Spain the Drakes visited and reservations must be made in call John directly at (3051 3J9-O82I: ,
Jesus Christ with every person by the 23. Christmas Eve services will be of underground tunnels which contain the Church of God Servicemen's advance. Following the meal. John
year 2000. Sunday morning at 10:30: a.m., Dec. more than 100.000 graves of the Center and visited with military Wagner will speak. No reservations
Rev. Ben Bryant, church pastor, 24. Everyone Is invited to come and Christian martyrs The Drakes also personnel. are necessary for the meeting and the MOTICE OF HEARING t
says "missions Is at the heart or the worship with us. dined at the famous Alfredo's: 100 color slides of Jerusalem. The 'public Is Invited. ON PETITION FOR
task of the church. If we neglect thistask Restaurant.In Holy Land Rome Italy and South John Wagner was a professional. CLOSING AND ABANDONMENT ,
we are denying the very Elder James M. Land Jr. South Africa the Drakes toured Africa will be shown In this special entertainer with show groups The OF AN UN- \
service and the public Is cordially Executives and The Van Dells. These JSED ROAD LYING IN 1
Invited to attend. groups worked the same clubs as well SECTION 1, TOWNSHIPS
Obituaries St.Mirk's Episcopal Church METHODIST YOUTH Rev. Drake's tour was a special gift known entertainers John Davidson SOUTH, RANGE 21
212 N.Church St from the Starke Church of God EAST
8tark'1a.32091811NDY ACTIVITIESChristmas congregation: for their annual Pastor .1. I
Appreciation Day observance. INTENT ACQUIRE TO 'WHOM IT MAY I
Mn.Lila Grant 80 Dec. 171) 8'30 a m. Holy ProgramThe PROFESSIONAL CONCERN:
Eucharist, 9'45 a.m. Church School, Christmas Program will be Grace Baptist To Show Movie ARCHITECTURAL I You wi take notice that
Mrs. Lila Fender Grant, 80. died I II a.m. Holy Eucharist, 8 p.m. Advent held on Wednesday, Dec. 20. at 7. LIN SERVICES BY In accordance with the I
Sunday night In Orlando. Party, The program will Include all The public Is Invited to see the COMPETITIVESELECTION provisions of Section 1\ 1'
A native of Homer vllle, Georgia WEDNESDAY Dec. 20: 7 p.m. children from kindergarten throughthe movie' If I Should Die" to be shown at 33809 through 336.12 J
Mrs. Grant moved from Starke to E.Y.C. Cookout to 11 pjn. and 12th grade.AU children and youth Grace Baptist Church on Sunday, The School Board of Florida Statutes, a pub-
Orlando In 1938. She was born hayride. who want to be In the program must Dec. 17. at 7'30 p.m. Bradford County Florida He hearing will be held 1 J
November 5. 1898 and was a memberof be at the church this Sunday evening In accordance with F.S. by the Board of County .
the Walnut St. Baptist Church. UNITED PENTECOSTAL CHURCH at 6'30 for rehearsal. FREE BLOOD PRESSURE CHECK THE CIRCUIT COURT 287.055 shall conduct Commiuioners of Bradford ,
Survivors Include one son, Austin J. 203 N. Waters Street EIGHTHJUDICIAL open competition In the County, Florida, In *.
Fender 'of Starke; five brothers, Rev.O. L.Wells Christmas Float There will be a free blood pressure CIRCUIT FLORIDA selection of a Professional! their Meeting Room at
Frank Kirkland of Lakeland Ga., All the youth worked hard In check on Thursday Dec. 14 at IN AND FOR Architect. Those Individuals the Bradford County
Alvin Kirkland of Moultrle Ga., Wednesday' Bible Study..7:30: p.m.; preparing a float for the Starke Bradford Shopping Center in front of BRADFORD COUNTY or firm wishing Courthouse In Starke '
Lealon Kirkland of Summerville, Friday, Young People Service 7:30: Christmas parade held last Saturday ,Winn-Dixie. consideration must haw Florida on Monday,
S.C., Grover Kirkland of Wheatfleld. pm.; Sunday School 10 morning. Everyone was thrilled to In appreciation of the yearly CIVIL ACTION In the office of The January 1979. at 10:00:
Ind. and Reavls Kirkland of Worship Service, 7:30: p.m. a.m'l learn that the float won first place In ingathering with season holiday Superintendent of a m., on the Petition of
Clermont Fla.; three sisters, Mrs. Gospel Church. the parade. greeting carol singing by Starke Case No. 78427. School current GSA Richard for E. Coy Welty Rosier a*
Kate Golden of Lakeland, Ga., Mrs. The theme of the float was "Hark Seventh.day Adventist Church.LEGALS BARBARA RUTH Standard Forms 251, 254 attorney Cruce which Petition
Mary Tyre of Orlando, and Mrs. Betty Jean Kite The Herald Angels Sing." NORMAN McCRACKEN and 256 by December 20 spread the I
Minnie Kirkland of Albany, Ga.; 16 The following youth were on the Plaintiff vs ROBERT 1978 and failing same minute ass of a meeting upon of I i
grandchildren and five great: Miss Betty Jean Kite, IS, who lived ,float, however, the entire group ALAN McCRACKEN. aha not be considered. Board of County J.uid J.
grandchildren.Funeral on US-301 south of Starke, was killed helped to construct the float = Defendant. Individuals and firms may Commissioners held on
services were held Saturday night.Dec 9, when the truck Shepherds were: Mike Whiffen. Todd NOTICE OF SUIT offer any further statements December 4. 1978. f
Wednesday In W; Guy Black Funeral In which she was riding overturned on Denton Bill Sanders, Scott Polk and NO PROPERTY or evidence of requesting that said
Home in Orlando. A local committal SR-18 about one mile west of SR-100. Bryan Thomas Jay Eaves and NOTICE TO: Robert Alan qualification by the same Board chose and abandon
service will be held at 2 p m Thursdayin Miss Kite was a 10th grader at Tammy Denton were Joseph and Paul E.. Starling has McCracken, c-o Brian date. Selection shall be that certain unused portion
Hope Cemetery with Rev. Roman Bradford High School. She was born Mary Dressed In wings and halos made application to the Albright. Superior Truck baaed upon but not of a road hereinafter :
Alvarez officiating. DeWitt C. Jones April 2, 1963 in Starke. and was a were: Christen Sabo, Tammy Denton Bradford County Zoning ing Co., Atlanta Georgia limited to: capabilities, described and renounce
Funeral Home of Starke is in chargeof member of the First Christian Tammy Dempsey "Little John" Board for reclassification YOU ARE HEREBY adequacy of personnel, end disclaim any right of
the burial. Church. She was the daughter of the Dempsey, Jason Polk and Randal d the property described NOTIFIED that an action pat record and experience Bradford County Florida
late Ben Kite.Survivors Polk. The float was pulled by LeRoy below. from R1C to OR 22 for Dissolution of willingness to and the public, in and to
Andy Grlffls,59 Include her stepfatherand Thomas as a courtesy of Florida icres located one ((1)) mile ,Marriage has been filed meet time and budget the land lying within said
Andrew (Andy) J. Griffis, 59. of Rt.I. mother John.L. and Marlene Division of Surplus Property and East d city limits on against you Robert Alan requirements location unused portion of the
Griffis Loop died suddenly at his Dumas Hughey of Starke; one sister, Brett Smith rode with the driver. South side of Laura McCracken end you are recent and current workloads road. Said road run over
home Friday afternoon Dec. B. Miss Debbie Kite of Starke; her Don Denton Church Road In Section required to serve a copy and the volume of the following describedland J' \
Born Nov. 4. 1919 In Starke Mr. grandmothers Mrs. Virginia Youth Director 22, Township 6 South of your written defIf --. work the previously firm by the awardedto Board, located in Bradford

Griffis lived most of his lifetime In McKinney of Starke and Mrs. Lorene liege 22 East to put any to rt, on the plaintiffs THE, SCOPE Of THIS County Florida: -i: I
this area'A brick mason by trade.''MI'. Dumaanof.iWalhalla. North Dakota property In agricultural attorney whose SELECTION l IS FOR ALL The SWI4 of NWM! of
fW'ttitf' p "'eight years' ..."''"Fun na'tr1scriirtaesinireri if hetd'Iu! 'iri' Se'Mcemeh" r ,....,.'claa'IfICatlon..Thla, name..and address is ADDITIONSREPAIRS.' NE i4! and the SWK of '_,
worked as a cottage parent at Sunland Wednesday; Dec. 13, at 4 p.m.ln! the change In classification Is Thorns M 'Ehwafl P.O. AND CONSTRUCTIONAS NWW of NErf and the" 4'11III..., r
Training Center in Gainesville He DeWitt C.Jones Funeral Home chapel Lambert EarlUlCommendation subject to a public hearingto BON 1088. Stark., Florida. REQUIRED FOR NEK of WV'A d NEIL,
was an Army veteran of WW-II and a with Rev James Starling officiating. Medal be held on Tuesday, 32081, and file the original BRADFORD COUNTY aH in Section 1, TownshipS r
member of Grace Baptist Church. Burial was In the family plot in Santa December 26 1978 at with the dark of the SCHOOLS OF A South Range 21 East.
Survivors include his wife Mrs. Fe Cemetery. ANGELES CITY 7:30: p.m., In the County above styled court on or POSSIBLE VALUE IN I
Leola (Bobble) Avery Griffis of Philippines- Commission Room In the before January 22. 1979: EXCESS OF S600.000. All Interested parties '
Meritorious service at Lackland
Starke;, a son, Stephen K. Griffis of Bethel J. Barker,57 Tex., has earned the U.S. Air Force AFB Bradford. At County this time Courthouse all- otherwise be entered e'' Judgmentmay against Selection of the three may appear and be heard
Tampa; two daughters: Mrs. Linda best qualified firm shall at the time and place
and Mrs. Bethel J. Barker, 57, died Friday Commendation Medal for Senior person* Interested shall you for the relief take place at 10:00: A.M '
Noguez Carolyn Swllley, above specified.
Airman Robert P. and Fay P. be heard for or against the demanded In the complaint
both of Tampa; two brothers: Oscar afternoon, Dec. 8, at his home December 21, 1978. ,
Lambert a U.S. Air Force husbandand proposal aa specified in or petition.
Griffis of Brandon and Ted Griffis of following a lingering Illness. wife team. the Zoning Code of Bradford WITNESS my hand and Negotiations with the DATED this 4th day of
Tucson. Arizona; three sisters: Mrs. Mr. Barker lived on US-301 south The airmen law enforcement County. the seal I of laid Court on best qualified firm or Indi December, 1978. II
after moving here one month vidual shall take place
Cora Crawford of Tampa, Mrs. Dora ago December 11, 1978.
from Indianapolis Indiana. lie was a specialists, were presented their Jerome Johns, Chairman Immediately thereafter.
Taylor of Starke and Mrs. Mae Gilbert S. Brown As Board of County
Forsyth of Jacksonville, and eight pipe line superintendent for a gas medals at Clark AB Philippines Bradford County Zoning Clerk of said Court. By: Commissioner of Bradford I
where they now with unit of VERNON PARMENTER I'I
serve a
grandchildren.Funeral company and was of the Baptist faith. Board Beulah M. Moody A* County, Florida.
services were held Monday Survivors include his wife, Annie the Pacific Air Forces. December 6, 19781tpd Deputy Clerk. CHAIRMANOF By: E.W. Hodges. i
Mae Alvarez Barker; his mother, Robert son of Mr. and Mrs. James 12/14. 12/14 1/4. THE BOARD 12/14.
morning, Dec. 11, in Grace Baptist 4tchg 12/14 2tchg 1228DON'T .
R Lambert of 214 Bryant St., Islip Ii i
Mrs. Minnie Barker living In Kansas: .
Church with Rev Donald E. Scheetz
Lovett a son,Allen Barker of Indianapolis; 'Terrace. N.Y Is a 1972 graduate of 1 I
and Rev Virgil officiating.
East Islip High School and receivedan
in Lake two daughters: Mrs. Kathleen Ortiz of
Burial was Kingsley associate degree In 1974 from New '
Jacksonville and Miss Donna Barkerof
under direction of
Cemetery Starke; a brother, Edward Barkerof York State University at 1": .
C. Jones Funeral HanesMr. ,
California; two sisters: Mrs. Laura Farmingdale. Yf .
Dixon and Mrs. Mary Joy both of Fay daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ': ;
.Nora S. Roller.87 Hoyt, Kansas and two grandchildren.Funeral Louis E. Atchison of Starke, Fla., Is a !
Mrs. Nora S Rozier, 87, of Rt. 2, services were held Sunday 1972 graduate of Commack (N.Y.) I
Melrose died Friday evening Dec, 8, afternoon. Dec. 10, In the DeWitt C. High School North.
,In Bradford County Hospital. Jones Funeral llomechapel with Rev. : "
Mrs. Rozier lived In the area fut the Roman Alvarez officiating. MISS
past three years, moving here from Burial was 'In Crosby Lake
Jacksonville. Born Jan. 24, 1891 in Cemetery. # .j .:.
Hickox. ,,Ga., Mrs. Rozier was a '
member of the Eliam Baptist ChurchIn ANOTHER

Melrose. mar ,. II
include four
Survivors daughters:

Mrs.Mrs. Kathleen Jessie Holley Roberts of of West Melrose Palm, Mr. J. s! Hwy 21 j :

Beach, Mrs. Evelyn Snellgrove of .'. YE>fR OFTKX
Jacksonville and Mrs. Byllle Pollockof Melrose Fla.
Albany. Ga., 8 grandchildren and 7 .
great-grandchildren. Formerly Bernie & Jeans Silver, Star
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Funeral services were held Monday, SWINGS .
afternoon. Dec. 11, in the DeWitt C. .t
Jones Funeral Home Chapel in Keystone Ina t1Nt5 I
Heights with Rev. Leslie Harris "

Cemetery.officiating., Burial. ,was in Melrose Live Entertainment ,


Joseph H. Arnold. 83. of 1307 ill -tldi.N plan -r i i iI.

Jackson SL.. Hollywood, Fla., died .... .. .
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He had been a resident of Hollywoodfor 0-;;'
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from Starke, where he lived during ; If you are working without pension "- ;" ,; I
the World Warr II period, being ;I c .
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Artillery, with active service on the .'I.' .
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Survivors include his wife, Maryon -. ., '
B. Arnold; two daughters Mrs. 'December 22,23 & 24 Savings & Loan Association \4 i

Laurene Butler, and Miss Jacqueline of Gainesville fpStarke i V
Arnold both of Hollywood. I i ;
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ACTIVITIES Mrs.jLonnle Teston .(pend Sunday I
LA WTEY ; t! with ber'ntother MM. "Wordle Melton -. .* '; PACKJ O CUB NEWS the Girl.'&rouU; by troop 60.\- ,t they*
..ClIUHCls GODs: Sunday School: of Ocoee. Their brother Mr. William 1 y Carolyn L.West Nursing Home on Colley ltd. on the*
( 10 am. Worship Service 11 a.m. and Elizabeth .1 Harris, pent the day Sunday with Mr. Den No. t' opened the December 4 ,14th of December at 330 p.m. n
6 p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 by Terry Teston. Cub Pack 73 meeting with a salute to Oibmaster Mike West was dressed,
p.m. YPE Friday at 7 p.m. Phoae7U-3A'l Mr. and Mrs. Gene Howell of the flag. in an Indian war bonnet and complete

School EVERGREEN BAPTIST: Sunday Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Training PERSONALS Pompano Beach spent last weekend Den No. I- Leader Mrs. LJ da costume as AKELA. to promote the
\ 10 a.m. Worship Services 11 Union 6 p.m. Prayer Meeting with their brother-in-law and sister. Smith- Indian theme of the pack In UH'%
a m. and p.m Training Union 8 p.m. Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Rev. James Mr. and Mr. Randy Roberto and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Troxell. Achievement awards were given to Christmas Parade on Dec. 9th. i'
Prayer. FAITH Meeting Wednesday 7 p.m. Parrlsh. Pastor.NORTIISIDE. laughter Heather spent last weekend Jack Wainwright of Tallahassee Joined with Den 3 for the burning of The theme for December la "DUTY, '
t) onWPXEStarke BAPTIST Radio Program BAPTIST Sunday with their parent Mr. and Mrs.: was a Friday overnight and Saturday beads: Gary Coleman t bead; Hal TO GOD AND COUNTRY"., <
ate ,Dlala.m,1490,}.M. School: 10 a.m. Worship Services 11 Edwards of Sampson Lake. guest of his mother, Mrs Truby Wood 2 beads; Randy Wood 1 bead; The meeting closed with a prayer*
106.3 a.m. Sunday. Bible School 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting Mrs.Seeb Andrews and son, Randy Wainwright, and his brotherin-law and Ricky Smith I bead. by Institutional liepresentatlve. John''
6:30 a.m. Worship Services it a.m. and Wednesday at 7 p.m. of Wlldwood were Friday overnightand ins sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cub Scout Den 1 had many activi Schmidt.If .
0:30:: p.m. Prayer A. E. Meeting Wednesday SMYRNA MISSIONARY Saturday guests of her mother, Brassell. Dan Wainwright, of ties relating to this month's theme. you have any questions about Cub
..FIRST: p.m. BAPTIST Massey Pastor BAPTIST Sunday School 10 a.m. Mrs Fred Moore. All of them' Jacksonville visited them Sunday "High Country U.S.A.". The Cubs Scouts please call Cubmaster-Mike
9:49 a.m. Services) Sunday School: Worship Services it ..m. and 7 p.m. attended the wedding of her grandson morning for a short while. participated in games, such as "High \\est alIMI4.84MI.! ,
and: 7-30: Worship Training Union 11 a.m. BTS 5:43: p.m. Prayer Meeting on Lee Casey and Miss Karen Robinsonof Mrs. Flossie Rosier, Mr. and Mrs. Country Toss", relays which gained ("\ Mike West. Sr and Den/I IIbmallter
p.m. 610p.m. Wednesday at 7 p.m. Kingsley Lake at the home of Mr. R. P. McLendon, and Mrs. Lola achievements toward their Bear Leader Coach Carolyn West want too:
at 7:30:: p.m.GRACE Meeting on Wednesday and Mr*. Tom.. Casey, of Starke last Johnson of Starke attended surprise badge and they learned where some wish all readers leaders. Cuba1:,
UNITED MERRY CHRISTMAS Friday. birthday party for Mrs. Arnie Abstein of our different rocks and mineralsare ptirents and ALL a, wonderful Christmas -
Sunday School 9:45 METHODIST HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Bill Anders ST...and at Shilo Methodist Church near found in the United States. and a very happy New Year "

Services 11: a.m.: Methodist a.m. Worship Youth To Mr. Charles Hall, principal of the daughter of Jacksonville, were Mlcanopy Mr. on Saturday afternoon. Shaun Schmidt celebrated his birth- aI''
Saturday guests of their Pat McGowan and his fiance, day with fellow
Fellowship at 0:30 school, Mrs. Alma Norman as they honored
p.m. on Sunday Miss 6
Patty O'Brlan both
mother, Mrs. Alma Anders. of Boca him
a Special Cub
night Choir Practice on Wednesday secretary!, and to each teacher, officer Raton, visited for a few hours Birthday
and Freddie with
Andy Pugsley Schwarz
: Ceremony. He
and also
In the was
at7l5p.m.: The Church has pupil school and presented his BROOKERV
a Mrs. Earl Troxell
for To Mrs. Rebecca Wise, of of Riverhead. N.Y. are spending on Friday. Bear Book. If'It
ore-school children during cafeteria and all employees.manager sometime with Andy's uncle and aunt Robby Wllkison, son of Mr. and The boys have been learning how to .
Worship HIGHLAND BAPTISTs Sunday To all city officials, and employees. Mr. and Mr. Tommy Barnes and week Mrs. Donald with his Wilkison Jr.. spent last fold our American Flag, how to con- IN BRIEF 't
family. grandparents, Mr. and
To churches and all :fact Hag ceremonies and
School 9:45: a.m. Worship Services pastors Mrs proper ways 01
11 Donald'Wilki.on
and members In Mrs. Daisy Boch and niece, Miss Sr. His to display and .
a.m. and 8 p.m. Prayer Meeting on each one and In the granddad took him home respect our flag. Den t .
Lynn Whaley were business visitors to on Saturday. with
Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. community. Mr. and Mrs Bill Joined Den J: bon the burning of by Jeanette Prescott :,,1
To Bob Gainesville on Sunday afternoon. Sherring of Fort the retired
LAURA Ferguson and Mr. John Southslde Elementary phone!:
BAPTIST Sunday School Miller publishers of Bradford Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Boyette, Jr.,and Bemlng, Ga. are the proud parents of School flag. 4851715'J'
r.,. 10 a.m. Worship Services II a.m. and Telegraph Mrs.Judy Miscally County and all family were guests of their mother a daughter, born In Shands Hospital, The new Denner. Gary Coleman Postmaster W.H. Hicks reminds
7pm. Prayer Meeting Wednesday at other employees.To Mrs. O. J. Boyette Sr., of Lake City on Gainesville on Saturday. Mrs. and Assistant Denner. Shaun customers that for the best service

7:30..MORGAN: p.m ROAD BAPTIST each customer for their new Sunday Dec. 3. They helped her' and Sherring Mrs II B.the L.granddaughter WIBflson/ of Mr. Schmidt. were elected for the monthof this Christmas season, they should
celebrate her Sr.
items birthday.
each time. December. use Zip codes, place their return
Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship Mr Casey Dobbs of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs; Jennie Kelly visited address in the upper left hand ,.

a was a Sunday dinner guest of hi* their cousin Carr Colley, of Den No.2' Leader Mrs. 01 the envelope and use corner i
\ parents. Mr. and Mrs Mlle Dobbs Macclenny on Sunday afternoon. Williams- Faye postage. By following proper these,, >fi

We are happy to report that Mr. Mrs. Mabel Boyette of Jacksonville Achievement awards were given to suggestions customers will be assured c
Dobbs .Is lots better. returned home on Sunday afternoon
the following boyl1' Rowe good mail service this holiday season. ,
Mr and Mrs. Thomas. Padgett of after spending some Ume with her < f
2 beads: Robert Terrell. Bobcat It is Important that families double-i
Lawtey are the proud of mon-in-law and daughter Col.
parents a and check
badge; Daniel Bronson 3 beads the envelopes and cards to be ;
Mrs. Wm. Wilson.
daughter, Holley Michele, born last of his 12 achievements certain that proper postage is affixed. \
Sunday Dec. 10. at the Old Hospital In Mr. and Mrs. Wade Behr had
a will be Envelopes without i
working will
I Park. on his Arrow Points postage be'returned :
Orange Grandparents are Mr. western-style barbecue Saturday with to senders, if "
now. Also. Michael "
West. Jr. possible
'I: Bear
and Mrs. Thomas about
A. Box of Starkeand 40 or SO guests. Tim Kris of beads. delayed by postage-due *
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Padgett of Jacksonville came over dressed In Den :2 had all When the return address procedures : '
I boys draw two pic placed on?, f
Lawtev. cowboy boots and
uaaaaa v mmm twenty-gallon hat to
Miss Cecella Chamberlin just handle the cooking. As the tures of the "High Country". They all envelopes bearing holiday greetings. '

returned from a visit to John Caulk of goes, "You can take the boy out saying of the worked Den hard and did a good job. current it also helps address.remind If friends of one's u, ''
2 the
: also addressee
Williamson, W. Va., formerly of country, but you can't take the had Santa Claus there. >
ATTENTION Hampton. country out of the boy." So Tim was Many thanks to Buddy lluis for moved more than a year ago it .,
: cannot be forwarded.
Mrs Dave making the boys very happy. With a return <
Kelly son, Justin of in his bare feet before the cooking was address, such letters
ityBillls$30000AMonthlI Jacksonville spent the weekend with done. are returned tort ..
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Den No.3' Leader 'Mrs. Verna the sender with a notation that the 1
Kelly SCHOOL NEWS SchmidtAchievement forwarding "order" has expired.

Mrs. and Mrs. Stanley Fedak, of awards were given to .
These people made the A-B honor the f'
Starke and their guests Mr. and Mrs. following boys' Charles Smith
Ray's Electric Of Keystone Heights Walter Itzen of Carteret. N.J. and Mr. roll first six weeks In Mrs. Bobcat badge; David Corey Patterson .
I I and Mrs Ernie Mixon of Orange Rlppllngers 7th grade: Jane Chastain Bobcat badge and he was also made SCHOOL MENU d 3*

Now Offers A Surge Suppressor That Has A Track Mrs.Park,Linda Mr. Tatum and Mrs and Frank Mr. and Camp Gene, Lisa Marshall Bell,, Monroe Virginia Herndon Massey, ,Steve and Denner Assistant: Gene Denner.Murphy. Jr. was made Dee. 18.l' B*.

I Record Of Kilowatt | Pearson drove to Cedar Sherrl Norman. MONDAY: Pizza pear half, gj
Cutting Hours Used 10-35 % motor home for the Key in their. These made A-B honor roll the David Corey Patterson taught th lettuce tomato, pepper salad corn
day on Saturday. second six weeks:: Jane Chastain boys Macrame and did fine biscuit milk.TUESDAY.
This Could Mean Hundreds Of Dollars Savings To You g Mrs. Flossie Rosier visited Mr. and Teresa Felton, and Nancy Teston. a Job. : Turkey dressing and.>1
I Mrs. R. P. McLendon of Starke on I
Mrs. Ripplingers 7th graders won Den No. 4- Leader Mrs. Wand: gravy, sweet potato pie mashed>
ELECTRIC For More 'Information Call Saturday.Miss Sherree the cafeteria contest In November for Thornton- potato and gravy; peas ,cranberry r
tiRAY'S 473-3681 B Shinn spent the being the best class. Mrs. Allen from Achievement awards were given to sauce, rolls milk. H
weekend with her
friend Miss
- - -' Evans of Starke. !Sharl' McDonald's visited Thursday, Dec. 7 the following boys' Doug Fertlg Bobcat There will be no school for students ''..
to present Awards to each student badge: Marcus Thornton I bead between Dec. 19 and January 3. 1979. ,
which included Certificates for mm For "High Country", the boys had in celebration of Christmas and New k
-r free coke, hamburgers, french fries questions and answers about our Year's Holidays. School: will resume .
SPiLE and a box of cookies. They are I'.S.A.' Material taken from National January 3. 1979. We wish all a Merry )
working hard to win Decembers Geographic.Mrs. Christmas and a Happy New Year. r/t..
contest too. Thornton has more and God be with
openings may you.
,... for boys. 8.and lOyearsof: age. )},:
I LUNCH MENU The "Wolf Call" was given by all/
h .r Dec. 18-19 the boys. Den No. I sang a tribute to .

.. / MONDAY Dec. 18: Pizza, coleslaw Cubmaster"She'll. be Comin'Mike West Round to the the tune MounUtelis of- 6 !.r...., 7d6cOj .
French fries oatmeal cookie,, '
J .. WI .. taln. A light year ,!is ,not a
: ; '," peaClhe..1I1Uk. ??,?? ..,.I.'t'! ? I ...'r' l> .werepassed out fc ,laMlUrU U fht'-.u
> merit'of, tim. biM41 '>> JJ ,
; 19: Picnic: lunch: t ...
j The' Fichin" spiced ham sandwich peanut butter "Jingle Den Bells";3 was sung as bells were It is the distance a ray of light
rung. gave a Christmas Skit.
sandwich, oatmeal cookie would '
potato travel In one ,
Pen leader Coach year
Carolyn West led all
:::hips,, banana milk.CHRISTMAS about fix trillion miletlWoll '
singing a song about a "dog namedRags"
Shack 'd HOLIDAYS ARE All "Here
Wednesday Dec. 20, through sang comes Santa r
Claus" and
came Santa and sat by
Open e Days A Week SAM8PM. Tuesday school,Jan.Wednesday 2. 1979. Students Jan. 3. returnto the Christmas tree to take orders for '

Closed Sundays Christmas then he gave each boy a

Hippy HolidayI bag of goodies while Mrs. Vcrnn [ Drilling

Schmidt played Christmas music. ..............:In.... ,,
Christmas Specials. .'11 dens were invited to Ding with
2" Thru 6"

Arrived Brand New Shipment LEGALSREQUEST Fast Rotary ;

.. Drilling Equipment ,


Trampofena S.Walnut Street Starke .... .. ......... ;

Both Fresh Water & Salt Water I I We Now Have The The School Board of Fla. 32091, I Intends to Pumps :vp
Bradford County has register said, fictitious ...................... 1

declared a trampolene pane. under the pro- New & Used '
Largest Selection Ever located at Bradford High visit ns of aforesaid,,
School surplus property statuto. Sales-Parts-Service .J
and Is' desirous of selling Gerald: L and Joan A.

(But Wo Goofed Wt Over Stocked Wt Mutt Reduce Our Inyontory. ) _me. Sealed bids will be Crawford joint/ owners E-Z TermsPlumbing "..',

Board received until by 7:00:the P.M.School on November Dated thi,.*.23rd.D. 1978 day d at ......................

December 18 1978. Starke, Florida.

UNTIL CHRISTMAS Interested persons may 11/234tpd 12/14. ..n.............-......
I OIlLt Inspect the trampolene by
\\\\ contacting Mr Jim New Installation
Duncan at Bradford High NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO .J
All Rods 20% Off Already Low Price REGISTER
\ School Bide must be In asealed Remodeling.Repairs k.

envelope with"Tranpclene Pursuant FICTITIOUS to NAME Section ...................... JDurranc I \<\Ii<
Bid Open
AH Reels 10% Off Check Our Prices
12/18/78" on the outside 805.09, Florida Statute, 4
of the envelope. The notice'is hereby given that, '

trampolene 'Is being sold the undersigned James E. sP ......................,
\ III Tackle Boxes 20% Off Largo Solootion a* Is with no warranties and James A. Starling ,

S either express or Implied.It both of P.O. Box 356, PUMPS & SUPPLY ',: ;
%_ shall be the duty of the Starke. Florida 32091, M COMPANY tit
successful bidder to doing business under the
\ remove trampolene from firm name of 864 N. Temple Ave. .
HUNTING CLOTHES ,premises within thirty ((301. BULLINGTON'S
Gloves, Hats, Etc. All Must GO. ,days from date of bid STUDIO '104 West' Cat Starke, Fla.
award. Bid must Include Street Starke. Fla. 32081 ,
rune.. address, and telephone .Intends to register said 984T081Licensed J
number of bidder fictitious name under the
Reduced To Our CostToo
:I'jlus' amount ba/ihe is prevision/ of aforesaid -- -- --- -- -
biddings trampolene' statute. H
Bids may be brought by James E. and James A. H Broker or --1 *.
Low To Advertise You Must Come In To See ,the School Board Starling, joint owners. H| Licensed .Salesperson .*A
Administration Buildingor Dated this 23rd day of H /
railed to Director of November A.O. '''
: 1978 at H I I )
.Business, 682 North Starke Florida. ''BJ CAN YOU SELL???
SHOT GUM SHELLS SOME PLUGS I SPillER COOLERS Temple Avenue, Starke,. 11/23 4tpd,12/14. I :

Florida 1.Q.tlorw Your own full: time Franchise In Real .
I bid should be directed to NOTICE OF INTENTION. I I Estate right in this area. And NO :

: REDUCED TO ADYERTISE SEINESALL REDUCED Eddie Douglas, telephone TO REGISTER franchise charge. National Company. '' H .
ss,\ ',964-8800. FICTITIOUS NAME established in 1000 largest in its field. .1

Pursuant to Sect tor Iem. All advertising, all signs, forms. A :a
.iThe School Board Florida Statutes,/ supplies furnished. Professional/ TrainH :|I
Specials Throughout Our Store .reserve the right to reject notice'hereby given that
ing and Instruction given for rapid
any or aft tads and to the undersigned: Affordable |
; w SAVE SAVE SAVE waive any bidding .Irre- Home d Florida I ,development from Start to SucceSS. H : |

:{gulartttes. Itchg 12/14. Inc.. P.O. Box 412, Nationwide advertising brings Buyers' H :
i f'. Every Item In Our Store Make excellent Christmas Gifts Shop With Us _" Starke Fla. 32091, doing from, Everywhere. Can you qualify? :

.r' business under 'the firm I You must have initiative, ,excellent') I! :
;. Save Money And Time NOTICE OF INTENTION name of "BOB'HARRISAFFORDABLE character
.V HOMES", I I ( ). sales ability be.' :
.t TO REGISTER financially responsible. Commission : '
P.O. Box 412.Starke. Fla. :
,.; ,I '., Uve Bait Hunting & Fishing Licenses/ Area Permits 1 WM r_ j,,,- 'k.Pursuant FICTITIOUS to NAME Sectionr 32091. Intends to register I volume opportunity for man woman' 'I .
VISAFOUR I : and fictitious name under couple or team That Can
1\ \ Open 0 Days 3:00: A.M. Till 800; P.M. Closed Sundays _____ ..=. e.!>>. Florida Statute the provisions of aforesaid Information SelL :
:, notice Is' hereby given that obligation. :
statute. '
.; )undersigned Gerald L. B !
Affordable Home of
WAYS TO BUY 1005 E. Water SL Hwy 100 E. tVe Appreciate/ f and Joan. A. Crawford Florida Inc.. Owner STROUT REALTY. Inc.*, REG.' \ '
, il VISA MASTER CHARGELAYAWAY rk, Haute 3. Box 116, Starfce, IDeMd thto,7th day of BROKER S
;y AND CASH 064-8502 Stake, Fla four Bu sees };.1' Fla. 321J 1. doing bust December A.O.: 1978 at P.O. Bxo 894-H ,'I'I
I $mss under the firm nam Stark, Florida 32091. 'I J
t"d GERALD'S FINA, 70 12/7 4tchg 12/28. Casselberry. Fl. 8270T! :|

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I ITwldap far -fi..;,...., I
eel pr5e.dingl .radfard Want Rd. a
,,Iihtw.dry .......otubUC.I ; 0

!:S.I!.._.'. ...ms. sir....f.IIII.ma ... ,!mean...e..a ..... ___.. ___mse.waI awes.. .mil .. ... ...
I,MIUNOm Mart 12.... : :.=.:::::.::.:.: ,, i it ,"" .. .- --J1I11c" ,,, ... sir r" _____ _sa_ _w_r.rr5._0__ 'ta..w.r'. i irwidlt ,
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I tCw.51 Eathy.ordwa' I' WO/h'as [t('; [(Hf; t '"I 1JI' .!Rr""" : :, : tup I: ))1 ,, 'Q 1 ,Q :C, n$:, J 111111I 1 ; :r.-:,; rl I, 1 rtn :

I $ tQanlr a .. ., ," ,.- ,, I ,, ', .. .. ., [ \" .... "' > garREALTY

.(.. ... ..*. b* Irsdiird .*... is u rr a054 lyo.ser H ..l. ir.4. far .Wk-., I I a** ._ wook ..... Cbrtat-. VACUUMS May n4.*l
Philip W.Clark *...Oft.,..*.*.***. 1ft M. ... shg .... .. I,. .. ......, .... IM Sinkl H_ .shsaves. I I. _.. W* tall b* .*** tory sow *....... v...
d kMrt W *Mh.. moat k. -- ------ OLIN 1Itll1LJ: HOME 1fIO. ...... N/4T 40. r oo...*._a.* .....",, ..ebla..Bdl. Part \
RICALTOS: aWe!. lyp .!.IIM. _!.(.. TWO BEDROOM ....w SALES ft*****. O.M I itp4/3 '.. Da-* IT ..... IS .. I ..4 .. ..1. tai all .
_ae. wwh. k.... 4rtTrtrib ...... .,.,..... Stark. .. ... /p.- ** A PHONI f647774mM ,
[B KEYSTONE ......N.. Apply ..... .IIJr. "'. ... -, -----.----- .--,- CoBJawotrv.i 101 E. Call.,, .....*. .yalra>.. 444 N.W. '
HKrGHTSE a;......'..., ark .MI IPi'"N.at T_fK*Stork JMtol, WANTED ), M...II. kn. 1174 SUZUKI TR. .. .J..(I Sunk Itoluj. 12 14. ISlk A*... Ol..*"lll*. 7CMPLK j,

0tu.a1104167WTlO ..rYw..l. itakg. !<*. 2ukg ltl.NlccnTFiJRNnHED. sales**d ......W II pry .,. rk..m, MM. ...... .7a... ----- --- PkM 17'110. III.... (' ft.OK/IDA
.mk>a* '" ,., SIGN PAINTINGFoal W.',. In Touch With .
ItEAL-ESTATE ALES 'ALES, ....... OM I --- -- '-,- COOKWARE People PvopUt
t.M4734017HUA1NT | Eqy ... ....".. d loll.Ito ....- dMBtoat Mlltto.*.* ...)'. s ..... III.... ply ....,.... *bay sisal B Mil_u. ...4ar..**rl*...SOl R4w atWM Stuff the dee) to one of the follawln piece ef I

--k**.-...... Irsl1.g u mutt* **4 ..,....... N..... yard .... WANTED- .. -.-. *... lywa. sill to ...,. ... M....... PrMay. Bradford County Fla.real Walls In YOU Chrl.,',
.1. ..
Do* 1 bodroMx 11/2 alb .......1.. .,**, I. rl rtvato alrtv....*,*(..M3 E. ...... la bras. .. I .k. ;': : --" Mfgoatod pill (499 will S..II. .Malay.Trphg. mar stocking a better 'lnvetment then st ck*.* : ,
Mw.la. '
...* w) Ckorry lust ....... CMtHry: tl ..&.*. WWrrr--' .,-........age.4642710attar ,: ; ; :I aaU far IM. ..... Nsw CNAi'V[ LANK >TE'NCEMtorktl bondt gold, liver, diamonds er entlqueit '

.wl ..... at (1..M.. C... Prprtl. .... Kay. ft *... 12: 14 2lp4 ,tQ ., ,"" ,, I harry, 472-2(32. 12/7 4Ukg D* k yw>rM.,...
.!*.. ".'.11'". .n...... ,, .. ,' .a 121. Scenic 120 ocr Fermdeed si ISO. en acre :.
-- "" MV.. IN.UIUttM *"......*. .
11/2 TF/ck. THREE ROOM rrlak4 .. .
PECAN TREES......U. ---*"-- ...,...*li a** ckild." Mints I I'I YARD SALE Tkoroi. -- Vn MttaiaU. *. H4yMa Modern large home and aet. FHA or VA. ;
I 1It.._ ..,... ._. VENDING ROUTE 'I ""II ) /, s.,.,..,. 811 14 Ea.*t HAY i E._...., lortlllaod F..c. C*.. ...'.,111. itlO 21 acre Ul. wo. owner financed) "
!laud a tk.. usury AVAILABLE NOW. Full *r .n KSl'A2. ; R'pllr,. ./ ,.., "s'1 toward B1dk >,S .11..tloa .....*.. ....... l.M par Tr/..... Block .. teretrhtart ef Starke-ewner financed.

,,',IeO. pssi Urn*. Cmf: *r sward. l 9644498. 12 14 TP ..5g.KITCHENETTES '. ." -. . ." .. EMIactM BX.: list kH.tkaa Tr.ale...P....... (.....1.. 12/7 Barber Shop 1(1 N. owner financed. ;
.CMO hi*......... '- rbTkt w Storaa Rd. / PATIO COVERS, loato )
0 1(77 PICKUP SLatabastl | .... (044361. ...........
NEAR BRADFORD C....." rvWa. P. ItH 12 14. -------- (IT! Llilu4
SQUARE 120: loot .. UJBSOI kodraoaa' .,.rt...!, .... Irw S lyllador. AM FMOBOOOIU FIREWOOD, PbM 984-, O"TOR ; I
U* ItaaMlnf. I.***.. TV. AC. .,...... I......... ptoyr. i apd, ALUMINUM
U3.0M. .S2 ,om. Pr ....... JUST A REMINDER OoVy 8210 altar I .-.. 12/7 dtpd. : 4620 N.W. .
TateUy f.nk>bdi wcokt. 370 ..... ..**...., -.I4- Lo.IOI N. 211 R H' owner financed .
I.......... 1134104500.d ... 1 .. 00 ._ weak Haul Ckrlot- 12/28. 13lk St., G.laoovlUo.. Pa.. '
y ra. T..j1. "... ..... 7823317b.tw 40A plus home FHM 143,241. S percent mo .,.
NORTRWOOD SUBDIVISION ova ... .*.>..<. 8IJ- M..... .110 N. *.. I .*d T p.aa. aary. Ma. Wswlla.pc.1 for --------- 3724787. 7/8 III. .. ,
LOTS aU. to ......* 5714.101. 1111 41.bg. tt/M. Sjal-h. PII_. 0//.7167. (3400. ItH 12 tlVSISTER ,mr .a****ai*<* S.a..,. KIMSALL CONSOLE .. -- ,
,. 11Itp4 I .. D.. 17fr..lIta/ LlMEROcic7AIIe T. .... ., Christmas home ,I30( Pratt hug family room. r ,
.. .. F. : yrd *M| .11..l i '
tlUJ. o m. l I GoJ ,_.1',. I0f E. C.I L ...ditto. .. PkaM 9644182. L..,.,. .....* 782-2172 .4 BR:2 B brick CHand'urnl...". JA. ,i \
Ml LOTS SOUTH] : TINY FURNISHED H ,....., lukf. 12: |.. 11/7 Stokg 12/21. weekday. alb S .... oraaytlaa 337 N. Walnut-beautiful'home plim' apt. <
1 at ",soo. 1 t (10,000,1 '(On 1 : N. *.t. .r .....,.. .. .. .. 8/14 .717 W. IB '
.US .,,'11. ..... 901. u --- -- Calk CB Modern kltc""'.".
.I 818.800, Tna tar HAMBTERSPORSALE ----
14M. II 14 TF U/ckg.
....... ..F.... -- ,, .hg. JEAN Spiritualadvtoar 5..... Pkra* 7..5.....* GO CART Braad MWI, will .,
REWARD ,., ... ,...... w NICE FURNISHED- APT *a aB prblia olkfo. 111 .all far (20O .r good .n.,. u" 4 BR2 B. CHandA Half A. B*(.ent. JO.OOO. '
AS DRY AS YOU WILL soy 1.6nstl..0 Calra ..0. km*. okoiMio.. awrrlag P..... '14...(.. 12/7 2lpdI2rt4. .40 acre plu' ,home plus' tr.I....-(55.000
FIND I MM lt .*..* for T'''* .. blab will wkli Twiyh.1r. .Salt1.g'rasss aaal .......**. .... *ta3araody SEVERAL ITEMS Maytogporlaklo : l[I Mlt'tQ,. $'AU : Lawtey tore plus living quarter ewner fin.'
....... .... T.,.. Iko w Mtki 8 old. i .": a.&I'S..W4033: to alp. ,... Fr prlato 1- *l..irl. tl. ...* ------- ,
L....Uk. die
.. SoMty bat ..... II I.. MaMkatloia. pkoM 782- ,ryan Ilka **w, (60 cock,
S5.560 a*.. at .._. loot T......,, 3991. US 301 Nortk. atStork Ik-aii Black. Uock.r M. TRACTOR,T'" C..." *| Lake Gan.vae.t.f.
S... F. --- Low., wBI bas ... THREE BEDROOM S balk :2 'l.rg.' iota llj.ooo.
a* Ito Lkn alas BEAUTIFULLY- .. Itpd 12 14. Iris law. ass.. with M **tlg .
WE HAVE: OTHER ...ri.. cellar with was FUR. .,.... ... 100 It. rrra. blda .. tbalr ltoraatlal. ,,..1.. .!.., baatarg Home Plus IA In country. (''.000 own fin.
LISTINGS IN BRADFORD of JOTc. B.,,_ Mbo NISHED MM .* .,.,....,. mmr, Ski ." MS pawn cook. C.k Tractor will klly *. foBcod yard .
CLAY AND Ffcu ." .118.. Itckg 12 If.MISCELLANEOUS Carpal, ..... .B .....- REPAIRS HMastllgiw. Itrm.f Pkc. 96446M.$. It piQUILTS ...... T,..,.. eta ... (IropUco, Urg. CNIA.
UNION COUNTIES ra* j. _rlty door ..l. .......'.'.1.., aid war IS I/. ...,..... al city. *...... BUa U8 301 Saatk. (4.OOO. Call Luxurlou MM 3 BR CHandA tJ4 Euclid.
CALLUS WE CAN llkta. privet ..... ....*..... AD.... .....- .bald. be ...... sad tor appt. 9644IM2 *r (848500. .2 beautiful hom.s on Hampton Lake.
HELP.. .......... Idaal fa* ...,.... ... fkaa 7(2-39(1.; FOR SALE CouTw dollvarod. ..city ...... k....* 12 14 TF .kg .I9H Pratt redecorated JaR IB ,,,, .
1 ;, : ... .... .... Lady. 12: 14 Red R 1. Boi _ ._ u '
*r '.d. para** 'P |7 Tb. 5 .,Ja*..ry :2. 1.19.Tk' u Santa Fe lake tot ('',SOO. Owner .
CARLTON B. SCOTT1 N. ......,.. *r ''p.to Ex.aalla Start... ..*.. 964-7323! Cky rrw,... tko right to financed.

WHITEHEAD. SALESMAN .! .......*. RoloroMotroo..lrod. BAKERS ASPHALTIIssi Itad 12 14. ..." *r r.ct| say sad *U I
EVE. .70.1<147. FREE Yonag G.,... P.... ...-.zea. attog sere..* k> .aw aorvtog .- kldo. 12/7 2lckg 12/14. BY OWNER, 3 BR. S bulk I. .N.alc.mplstobrick. )BR' '.a B. out of city. t '
HELEN L. vISSY S....,..... deg fanaJ TFk". Kayatoe. Stork aad lUST A Ody -- krlck' ...... O. Hwy 230. 42 1.2 A In lid. city-owner' financed.
CORY BROKER-SALES. P..........11.5. ....... 12: 14. KITCHENETTES-- .r -..datoaalag *>"*...... an*. Cewatrwtlo .s men*ioro Wo wash all k***tll opoa Ckrlat-forBo ELECTRIC: ORGAN-- ... ails Iraai" ....'..1. Lawtey 301....'" of motel. 12500. i

MAN EVE M445M. r*.... TV. *AC. *f taw driveway. aadparktog r .***...k ac.* .....,. Dabto keyboard, kalH-la .(13400.. 954-$7.I.. .,... .321 T.mplt-itore' plus aptt. ewner financed '
ELLEEN G. STANLEY., FREE PUPPIES ..b> w..... Mid aarvtoa, ......,. 'sd ; ...., *.la* rapoklagad .. 17 frowi" 13 ,. 6 p... ....,...-....,. For oolo *rtrad ..... lint "\',
REALTOR-ASSOCIATE aid.. P..... 782 ...... ... ...11II. ...."..: aapkak.Far G.. Jaw.kr*. 109 C (Coll8L "* lor ._. P..... TF Ic".
EVE. 473-SOU.! 3715. 12: 14 2tckg 12 ... .n.' .*.d Ira ..,..._ ..... Stark Ilakc 12 14. 12/7 9645454. ---------- .11 1.2 A plus' comfortable' home. Brown) Rd.
. 'J lag available. Uad.rwaMl 2lckg 12/14. .. IctvMSOO ':
M-84A5. 12/7 ding. 12/28 1)01 BLEWIDK .a. Laurel Baptist Church Rd.
LOANS BT PHONE HoaToj j M.tol.. 3 1/2 Bile FIVE ACRES ...... ---------.-- HOME. 1973. t4 MOBILE 1..2 lovely .(tale on lake Geneva. ""
.... .. Nartbaf Stork r US 901. ._.. ... REGISTERED .o5a. la.thick .
Twl' L.
H. .
nay aakly I** TRACTOR WORK .
t mwlmg birch ........
e 12/7
4X TFckgSLEEPING 11.. .,... Hol ..... APPALOOSA C.UIagt. 10 paaollag.
1" lea .l 85.000 *r ._ mmtk Wt.r
klad. work .
dtottog. by tk towktl .
15,2i: Dark .. 2B.llo>. "mywatoga. '
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'* potty I. ,.., .h... ---------- (I0.0 Pas 264-1076. .1. SA Hampton 112,000.:
P : URSAU : A Win JlP.......... ,.... by ,...... I ROOMS fairKit Gloaji has *r M by_.tbo. 8644902|*b. Pkoa: ., ltchg. 12 14. klaakalt tralaadi, ...Poic.ck.1. 011OO. .Piano".-, BR I/.12: I,I/lh M* BR".2 12al6..icoDoat kirgo. Large apt. complex 314 N. T.mpl.

OM bay aalatlag .orti I i *. Ph... 904-5483. 12/7 984-8479. 12/7 1221.UMCREEK ......... S14 W. Madison House 1
3tp4 .. plus S23.740.
HI ..' d..,....W IUI.J. j, .kg 1214PALMS YARD SALE'FrSatrrdy mi 4682649. 12/7 2tpd. 12/14. ( .000. apt. j
" BY OWNER Tr1 g LI....... M........ 10 .... to S "... -------- (........aval ....... t i ,
BnLor. Rt. 1 B.. 40. : "" KENNELS .to froat of CkrIMloa Ck.rck CHAIN 13u/n. ...taL P.... 9641746. ,401 Plntwood-sumptuous Interiors. j
L... .. city ttalto. FI..5 H....tar., F... 32044. Pboao E'''........APARTMENTS.. ..1''......). ,*..5544/23. bMrdlag., .to Haaiptoak Follow .!*... toatallad-raa '..U.'I.FENCE.. 11/30 TF.1.11.. Ooublewlde MH on t 1-2 A. Rd. 100. ",; '
.. wu11a11..IPr.st 468-1M2. 12 14 TF c",. Paw 12/7: 2tckg Clatkaa. I.,."*,., typ -- ------ ..- Choice
PAL., Wkly *r ......". 231 J N. Call M..I.. .. commerclel' lotion Call-2spct down
I a* *r oft SR I'. T.. I. A"..., 9urk"Ads 1214.BRADFORD writs *t.. llpd. 12/12 C....., 473-4822. ,11/30 pet.,1'I ,
I paved ,.... O** acra or*" THE OFFICE SHOP NOW TF I..... r .- 7tpd 1/11. Lake .,\ ',
HOMES Canal' MH 1
1/2 ar tot*. M_" avdH. STOCKS A FULL LINE OP SEPTIC TWO ITEMS P.'pilp Tl MOBILE Why payr7 Sampson 1-2 A.
SNOOPY ----- .. Bay dlract Irtmlictary. .7000 CB war.hous
-own.r financed.
PRODUCTS. Wkoolor .
bvlld .. lr TANK Bradford Caspar trollor.
N..bll I h... "I. Stark a. | rooldoatlol SERVICE ....,. 8 "....., gas atov... OAK FIREWOOD, Will cat Largo .......d.. ol24.14.12wlda. .". Laura completely rtnovated. ;i.
81 P...*.(644386" lor appt"tl23. Get Caiaiaralal s.dIads.tdd. .1..., .... MOO. 12 ,.. ... ...1 to k>.. .bdy pick : STARKE \l

11/30, 1215MOBItC ,WHOLESALETRAMPOLINES- Fully Sea..... Paw 9648121 ........ bat -kll. 7 HP .p. (35 lar tall tack ...r HOME CENTER. US 301 Traitor t-Wldon St. owner /financed.Oceantrontl .
Results .".. 250. P...... 1/2 awd. Pas. 468-2624. Nstl.Op..9 I*dusk 11.6 .
782-3370 BR IB
1I I M.bgBILLS CHandA "'.000.
botar. 8 .... Itpd 12 14. 1012TFehg.. *....,. PII... 954.0741.IVebg. .

: 'HOME, : Ideal Christmas Gifts ...,.SHOP.... oorvko Cmmplot AKC BOXER PUPS Gift FILL 'DIRT -top-aall.Itmmv BLOCK HOME wkk S Bod- Lucille Conner Spry Associate 44-(420

'SIRVICE: POLES! ,: For Xmas I clrcalar, kaad, aarbU' '.. ...lor Ckriataiaa with k>.*. .......tI... ... ...... r.,2... ...,ak112 ..... +
, Uy-A-Way I i PAIIElIN6CENTER i iI ck.kl.-. aawr ....... kollowgrd T...dackod. ,...... .......... ;; 'Martla.; (64-5230.: .I I I.... ': CH/A -.
Ph: 1-778-3227 Jan **d. ........ LOOT. P........ ...-.SOI. II 1Ztpd.. 11/30 T"1.11. Paw 781-1577.51111 Carpal tl/aI o
? \ I Horilniul Hrul I Bryan l
." .dI... BlldlgSp.ly. 1121. : Ralph ;

BUik**r It.,*._ H.I."",. ------- ACRE 3(3N.T .pl'.Av. .
Mobil h.
I I Ptnellng Molding I tfckg.TOMMY'S. SALE Istard.ylm.' ..' ..... NO DOWN Kuril. .6'I. Real Estate i
200 AMP REGISTERrUSXM 1110 Cally. Rood, tins iaail.U f
,. : I 'qusll1.4My.r. ,2305 N.Tmp6Awe.
Kitchen Cabinets ANDCLEAR ... Child. .
.dy-lld Rlp| 'r!.. 8..I *,. 8............ 3Maay '
: ) OIL, lluo ( INOt C*aptoto LdM.urwurk.Ph.uis ...... k.,.
n bal'N/ a.ek.rltw FAULKNERREALTY 1
al'ifflir.TP'Q( 8844734.' 9/14' "'Iir .7... ll/lTP/ak.. 48 AC. FARM .d ki (4447WE /. ,

308 S.Thompson St. I I vanities, | ../...... ,+ with St. Rd. .,....... HAVE MOVED ...
984.5888 -
'SA MOV Ef> pvps ANTIQUE STORE; LacatedUS 031.W ----- JUST A LITTLE
AKC.p .
--- FREE HANDYMAN) All iJ;*.. r< ....... ISO. Wig k.MPOODLE .. 301. R....' t. 7 AC. FARMETTEfOMEaad FURTHER NORTH TO '
LPCas I ESTIMATESVAUGHN I ro,."'-" .tatorlor/o. .torlonromadaUag. ., X...... Ph.. 9644121. ._. *, ..,,,1.|, ..., Mil. : :\ V. Temple "sir.' FAULKNER PLAZA. '
... .... .,. .
Fuel Oil bwMwaaklagaad lipd 11 h. T. I* .ul'! Phew ilark.Fl.rMaPa. 2305 N. Taaipla A... W.
04-37R-8473 *r writ PO. 120 I ;;;;.f'd'wit" ;1 ; _.
Lubricating .1...... Spaclal f..1 tat tkaa laprvdladUttoa ,
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-IOHNSON1 ra'oo/..,.. far assist. PLPpiEs"Wblta. Bas 1049 "I...... Fl. IH.FiiiilkaorRookw ..... 80'i240' are will ....... .. I. .
Wholesale Warehouse 'I ITires clU..... Fr.. ..t5.,.. 6 ski. all, ..1.! .... lom.Uiaarixl'tor.d. 32615. 11/16 TF/ehg.NAHIA '1'1.' (-,... ..,... .*.. ".attar ar"a y** to a ...rpiss.t .
WATERSBUUD02IHG,, co. D64506SLAWTEY krougk '' .'' Zoaodiralor ....
for I I Paw. 964 S86I attar 8 p.*.. ISO .rk. aailrtobUMtltog.
far lard!.. ....."... Pk.. ..43l.1602.. Ilthl2 14.QUAKER HAY! ;;TTkTa.; .* walk .. ..,tIe W. tovlto .11 M.
f 40 S. Thompson St. klikly 'artDI..... Phew (MM71. I kr, ...... taak, w ...,...... ,ri.... ... ...... .*a. .

Tubes Old Coca Cola Plant I ITcfNPAiNii G.h;&. ) 11......B7 .iralBlIng tfefcg.LilliunC. La. DR. awl family. ,.*.. Pkonr IMI4.77INI I..... hasp by aad ....

*Bulldozer Work Batteries I Be1-s711 I ....day. ...... .*.So. Rudy at lwal.r tank. md .ta.... ____ u_ __ A pplis.u.. lacladad. Yer.l.P.C......Gill a sip *f .*/..* with *..
Large or Small W."' ..... M.r...... Friday, Gar H...... Fh... (84-7878. Nlc.rjr. Uadocapod.LLWTEY R... .. KiUI: .00-.00; -;;----
e..e1QOgQa Bat, ,..de,, Maaday, TFcfcg. .Itpd 12 14. Br. .r .. prl. *>ocomnorcloL
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'" 4 aaraa.rtlafly rvt.: M4I47K 301 N.
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cloorod with walled Pr .1 And ---- ------ .'
*PondsWILBUR rn W GJl1VGJffi CTNEBAG-{.ARPENTRY" .load I II your truck or doll".,. .llgkt polo, A..I.wItI\ .7731! 'OU, Fin 1.10 ..n.. N.

) WORKt 'al.".,. door Arthur Gaiklai.. 7823140. 4ml PtarsonREAI.TIIR of L...*,. |II ..,.."...1. .'.'
Ii Protest Your Lit* And Furnao W... ol L..,. 8R I
oa I..C.D.II
WATERS Hav You Pumac 8rvicd Plaaularty.Gas / ...... ..*.U... alteration 225. 12 f4 12,8. WALDO: br'1"" .. .... -
,.,.Ir.. ..._ 3lckg ralokod .. ...o -.. C..- 9847591G 1051 **a) 1068i.Loto Sr 100. I 1 0 I
9.4-.M1.' Oil Furnaces.. Appliances 6114054.1011 Mcbg8EW MOVING AWAY tri: ; BH A\(II OFFICE "....., .....tlo.. Rocoaltyrowodcbd. 230 ......, Rd. I

., ? ,\' V i Stnrm I' CALU' JR.REAME8 13G iii.... A.h.. 2000 .1..*.. I'N 3111 :MIRTH VA 1I..d.. ----------- '
711,un I 964-8962 TODAY 782.332E MACNINEBREPAIRED ,...1' ... .. ....hI... TMa.tS I.AM1K1.FI.DHIIMIKi: ......."... IOU Oa lea tot al. '
Or All ...... ...., ........ Sold taw .3HIM' ------- .kaok-pi.. all 101 Nwth.1066Slaai.G.IprKd.. (
e....... .1... *.d ......... .".. 11.000. B...... du. Ow..rFlasl.g.35. ,, I.. .
(7. w.,.. .......'.... J.... (487.*r 4-h..v.r. ..*,...t. 100 aer* farm .. pav4nadi ......1.$ L.all.. I.tows. ; ;h
Stricktoad.carr of MorgoaRood (16 ioa..>. Ph..a512.. appro. 100 p..*a ::. k.L.. 1
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THE. LADY YOU HAVE BEEN READING ABOUT .. ...., : Largo ,11.11..
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sad Hwy ... tl/ckg.. Itckg 12 t tnt .
mm n_ __ __-m-__ .--- --- -- -. .. .......... 1110u000. wltb aacrM /sir.WOODED 181410 r....- I057t Oa; acr;;;;;:3 BR :

AND HEARING ABOUT ON THE REMODELING. BUILD. YARD SALE Saturday. 10 ----- If >0ri Ira*., alt M...... Rd. .
RADIO INC. aid repair*. ..w ,'.,.. I* ...'*. Lar 2BR Block ..... ..1 -21/2 acroo. .r.. ......lTcmMA.. tI ___________ I
lute .."c...... batka. sally. Clothing SP.,5Ib.au.. 318 ( ..warirsIg ."...ltl..
room.. Brick. bock., ca- N. Ckrlottoa. NU ;Htark*. hr.* lot Z3.000 ...... IMI2. acroa.4 BR, block

Will rd your .nllr. III* without ,king any ....... Fkraplaa*.apocUHiU.Grflla ....1.. Jail (; 12 14. 'IMMACULATE s .,.. ib. 5l.,. Rd.
ot Hie luch C..n...... h.. I BR fn..-ww Mse, ------- ----
queallona. Olvai advice on all af fain aa .. ..... Larga ..,. ,.
love. Courlahlp. Marriage, Law Bulls and \k' 473-1108 .r 473-2S78. .....u A 4ryr. Will sad w........... WHOLESALE ld.,'"Irallar tr.....
Bualnaa 8pculllon.: Toll you Who and Whanyou ALCOHOLICS: <**> r (
will marry. 8h. flew lain lo runl.|* Ih* MOUE P...... 8644894 IIIJWO.Nnt BR .,10". 1 bath, 2 R. 1070) C.....,. Chki 2 BR.
l.par.IId.'NU"* Spoody' and Happy Marlaga.ovarcom or TRAMPOLINES -- -- --+--- )R, garaga.BR. 2 "bath brick. a* ....U,.,
6445!2.:..!tlcfcg.BULLDOZER. ..I ____ .. ...., PECAN TREES ..". -
** Enemlaa and Bad Luck ol ail klnda. g etta t fkaThT .... Oaly 3 yra. aid *.d toaicaOaal
Ideal Christmas gifts G.* .. L.... wltk. bkaprhrllotM roar. awe llttla pea LR. 'FR. ....".... \,
TELL YOU LUCKY DA YS AND NUMBERS :t t; WORK I .rf 2 ...... 3 *r I ara rlr...... .to tow*.
;: 'V Xmas
'Don't be dlacouragad If others haw Ullad lo halo' you. S,,. does whal'oihra ,' 8..11 ......., "."c..I.. Ley-A-Way For .. ( .rpa -------- ----- ----------- \
claim lo do. One visit will convlne you thla gilled" Splrtluallal .*d. ....11... P... Jl..< Pit. t-778.3221()sir ( .cod lot $13,400.R..d.i.d 197 H... 3 BR. I bath LR.FR, pool', I072i Lt aid aiabll ban. \

Medium Is suoarlor, to *ny ,*.d., you have *vr conaultad. M...... (64.5230. tf/kg --3 BR-2 B.t.'n. (..plater'? fan''....., ..... ,wad) yard. Saratoga Hta .ft ...Ie.
1W H A A.; 81 I. M.H. --- -- ----
..HfADINOS DAILY -- .., CH/A .. 10 acra, p la7s;
PRIVATE A ---1 Park 3 .R.' balk bully room. 2 Ice oad3. 1/2 acr
EVERYONE WELCOME ....... 1 "....... Ink I
IS | Carat ..iii C1 ..rgo kttckaa aa mm. acrSB16. Ma SR 225A, :.
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of h.r"O", You can'I mitt II.Located tfgHouse trM' pbia pea. .
In Iron .
loo for n.mS.n Sand sign BR natal .ka (55.600 14 Acra Far..". .... 2 -
I III''.. .... wltk j_J 10781;' block. SR 16Eaat i:
KOA coot. H A
US 301 South of Starke across from Campground terra
Mole i Goods f;; I A. Sara I.cbsdd.SAMPSON 3 ... I balk ,.._ :2RFR. "
BAM to 9PM jj'Used -----'-- 4 sirs 301N.
Open dally ,
POULTRY FARM ------ .. ;
Pin Ball Machines Furniture' Bro...... I .dare LAKE ..,.... Oa* 20 .-...r. -tract Y vary 1077), 10 20 *cr*. ill j I'

BRASINGTON I I .kM..., .f. roo. A Svlaqu lOW 3 ..,.. I k., acral ,.......... J.ot aft SR-18.. 225 .
Plywood New& Lt jftover Building . Call; lar daulli.' black ..... wltk ..... H A Pavad ...... F
'." .. Cacln.c -01.mobile. A. Gait attag ...1...... ----.... I079i BooulViil 4 .-. .*
; ;ithit' Sh Sale.&ServIca I 1; ifiirn.moo: i"'io25.000. urn. rk.x.a Srl.WO f"
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f. 6o 'i FiM SeJectwn Of Und Materials Nalls H ardware Tools' I| or 30 ..... l topulpwood HIGHWAY 30I ...M..I t:...,. NakwPh.
# wall *ad ooptlctaak. .....,./.. prapartyavalktkla. ...IM I 7H.HSTARKEt .( ) Tw. 2 BR ..n..... ;.
: (LAWTEY) Cart Taktn On I 410 .. ...... rood, uPR\: ...,..,'.M. ..>...*. Waktogto. and

. dilltJ4 7' edas South Th ompson St. { I (''0.000. -'n___'__ W star ..,....

i WILL cif OEN 2001 N.\V$1337cV5901CAEVESVltLE 1CBBrfabdBM Saturday 9 A.f M. To 6 p.M. .", --- If jrow ara ,..., to k.y oroaU t
i .. 8.7 .n.. (10JOO. call .. today.Aoooclmtoo. I BR. I batk. af ...... 11a"... araowaor
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at 9-AM to serve you 10 acna ,...d..; 2.,** .. H AA. ., ._.to Faro siHs51t.
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lr. .. 'tbaai sass .... ,
I. oulh.tr Ball for
(2 .OOQ ***rgyaavtoga.
I...... It.Braaid ...."*..*..
Eve --- 064-8061 MO mimm a*. .
: Christmas f' 36J5 aena 1340* .. US ,,>.... M. R."".. ...aiITARKE \t
24 NEW WAREHOUSES, RENT I 301 (56400 tor'." Ivrd.: .. IIU4111 --___ Eveatagat ., L l

Sunday, Dec. \./. Set. llooPvealan Frat Hafakto.: ..!p.......,.*' fB r. "
WU 54-1 koootdil II...( wddUto. >
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DAV.Ely: K: A EFKIAO9Pkaa : dryy :

182.3400 Fireproof Modem C nc. Blk. Walls 16' High Steel |, 7" J"IWIQO Ugh k..(.d. ywr, pavodatroata ewe '9844208WayE.Dgl- .

Roof .....,*. f.. say Uk. .. ... F
'II/Skylltes 10' Wide x 12' High Steel Doors REGISTERGAS I af *.,. Call. far dtolto A.....,. :
JUSTia-ACME. WRANGLERBIMfiO -' i ic : **45 3Davfcl _

25' x:25' 'Individual Bays W100 AMP 220 Volt ', AND OIL I BR. t baUa) '.ba* bas.w .
.... (.. DyaJAeaoelato ,
c BOOTS 308 8.Tho..pao.Si.S84S88S .700. -,
Elec.. Sendees- Also Offices. Accomodaie -----
Bays Cart '
AMP J- KEYSTONE) 1 acra ...... I
BELTS Size 18-68 Big Boats & Campers ,L P Gal ..** .,.... Start OZ....,
: FwelOllLubricating ,(295 dow. (30a.aatb.AB.PATRAY -1iiuh

ALL LEATHER Secure Doi tetra Leutioa Near U.S.: 301 Aid S.R. 1004195& 100 AMP Oils BROKER !is. Irw
SHIRTS S915 It.,...MHolghta.FU.. I
WESTERN WbolmnleWereiHMiaefer ONIo. HOB ,

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SERVE TI U CaU. 473-35J1 ." .954-5J27F Debils'! ;4 < Tubes Tire MMdoaUDaMbtaSabawja. ; !

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............................. Batteries 473.4377

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Ita TELEGRAPII Dec 1$. 197)1WESTERN! ) .

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Presented by Troop B of the Florida;
a Highway Patrol Auxiliary Mils plaque'
hangs In the main room of the &ark J

Bradford County native and Florida" Commissioner of Agriculture Doyle FIIP station, where It $serve at 81reminder
Conner addresses the large gathering Friday at die dedication of the Stark of slain trooper 8herma3Lee "
Highway Patrol Station as the!Sherman Lee Scott Bulldl".. Scott Jr.

FHP] Station Dedicated In 'Memory '.;,

Study Doll

h.t.'N'h. Of Trooper Slain On I-lOin 1965
ha".u,..,w/r g..,,,'//1/ru. ,
a" ...
I"w "al,laa4..nd '
1 ;: : "::, "It takes a special kind of love for duty, and Conner added "As a lasting dedication of. all law enforcement
.. 1 lent dr.w: li nt nDyn'Pthickn one's fellow man to pay the ultimate tribute to Trooper Scott, let us hope officers. "
price so that we might have what we and pray today that we shall never "Every person who becomes state
aAu have today.". have the opportunity to name more trooper knows of the dangers that
.,.. ..alwevwr"; err =AVErgr .r r. In a dedication ceremony Friday than 18 of these stations after a slain. exist. Although the prospect of a
..a"1\ .wl afternoon Dec. 1 Bradford County''' highway patrol officer." violent, untimely death la not likely,
Uniad, "'# :o.q.eunny "- native and Florida Commissioner of FHP color guard from Bradenton, all troopers must face up to that
,n-\;; "-"' Agriculture Doyle Conner spoke of the Fla. raised the flags to commence the possibility. Yes it does take a special
J special characteristic of Florida ceremony, which was described by kind of love for 'one's fellow man for
Highway Patrolman Sherman Lee FHP Executive Director Chester law enforcement officers to risk death
4 ; Scott,Jr.,who was killed in the line of Blackmore as 'a solemn but happy daily In the line of duty. And
n ffU duty January 3, 1965 and whose name occasion' Friend and fellow patrol dedicating this building to the
now graces the Starke FliP station on man Colonel J.E. Beach who emceedthe memory of Trooper'Scott
US-301 north of Starke. Conner had dedication added that he felt, just a small way for us to reciprocate
written a letter of recommendation 'Trooper Scott would want this to be a that love." ,

T1Lt{ ) \ :: : first for Scott became when a patrolirin.the honored trooper Joyous Bradford occasion.County Judge Elzle Other dignitaries present Included I

% ,- Numerous dignitaries and a large Sanders welcomed the large crowd In Sheriffs Dolph Reddish of Bradfordand
t Illy crowd of fellow law enforcement the outside ceremony, saying "it's John Whitehead of Union former
officers and citizens were present for Important to stop occasionally to acting Governor Charlie Johns.
\ =:= r the dedication, including. the slain dedicate things to worthy Individuals; former Senator Ed Frazier and
.r- rx trooper's sister from Craydon. there's such a growing disfaith In Bradford County CommissionersK.W I
,,OQO\0/- ::"' r/:,;,",;. .' huhrf Pennsylvania Peggy Garden and her basic Institutions." Hodges' Hazel Paulk. and Maxie I
M M : Band. under the direction of Dean,
SUI, ,. ,; National Association of State
.'" .14, liJgl.:.J' ......""". Pa.A native of Philadelphia, Scott was Commissioners and recently spearheaded CaHsels. provided the music* at the' I
.. '''.1 shot and killed almost 14 years ago In the effort to save Florida's dedication I
j. k .lc c t 9u9'r 'AVE '4,' / 1983,-after stopping a car for a traffic elected cabinet, spoke highly of The Starke Highway Patrol station I
:- violation on 1.10 about 10 miles west of Trooper' Scott. "I don't know of Is now known as' the Sherman Lee 'I
444 Macclenny. Subject John Henry anyone prouder of his uniform. A Scott Building and a plaque
Nioraopow. B+ Jenkins was later apprehended, but Biblical quote best describes the presented by the .FHP Auxiliary I.
Am.ne ,, ." ,.,. ...,\" / was shot and killed while assaultingan courage of the man. 'Greater love Troop, hangs on the wall inside. The '
i Mil r "" officer In an escape attempt. hath no man than this, that a man lay auxiliary, Is made up of citizens 'I
pln d / Scott's death marked the 19th Florida down his life for his fellow man."' working voluntarily in cooperationwith
patrolman to be killed In the line of Conner also acknowledged the the highway patrol. I
The P.rlect Gilt lor the young.t.r. In your family. 1 I 1v .." i
20 In. Boy'. or Cirl'm Bu. Blk.. -

Bright mnamml tlmmhmt on sturdy Chamber Banquet Is Jan. 27 h';: I
.t..1 l fram... Coa.tf brak.. Sporly >
hi, rt.. hcindlabara I '
The annual banquet of the Starke- In the past year but said things have Wilson report on a successful
Boy.ha..d Bradford County Chamber of been happening in the county as a Christmas parade < I
//ram. asp eI $4999 Commerce is set January 27 a whole. Her statement came during a ,Wall briefed by Wilson on a state
I Saturday, from 7-9 p.m at the Starke discussion about whether to talk at the sponsored seminar on volunteerism i I
.. :: Golf and Country Club. banquet about the accomplishments for members, of organisations, $
.. SAVE $3.00 t In okaying plans for the annual dependent on' volunteers and '
.. Is. Girl Bura of the Chamber or to widen scope of
... ? ... Bike I. lilac r dinner meeting last Thursday Dec. 7, the banquet to Include the entire endorsed on recommendation of th. V
j 1 ... with whit. the Board of Governors decided there county. i Kxecutive: (Committee the project! ','
.. ,\ .addl.. 11"1". will not be a guest speaker. 1f\14tead\ In other action the Chamber board Wilson w ill arrange! for attendee*nntf
:- {j i! s 299" \ the program will be centered aroundBradford '+Approved a MnUof/ 14 prospective a meeting locatlwfAnd: \,.'*ill ner\e, u! ".
\ ,
YOUR ? County, including what has candidates for the board of governors. liaison with 'the' Covernor'n; ,
'lJ1. J CREDIT happened in 1978 and prognostications Chamber official will contact those Volunteerism Organization. ,
: .. Mo r about the.county's future. named to see if each Is willing to serveif Agreed with the IoXt'cuU'om: ? I:
Tiny Mighty I Chamber President Lillian Pearson elected Four members of the boardare millce'K recommendation that the*. I''
P cPvJPP Tractor TrailersTractorTrailer admitted the 'hambtr has little to up for re-election. Chamber not sponsor a ", trike 1 IC,| Ii

;.. ..".. ".,,,. Ion, f report In the way of accomplishment Heard Chamber manager Bill Hich" program. '
M1mnU.. ,' ".nllYw" .h.6.. I .... I''
.tv .I '''''.d "k.I'
vino h.w, ',.I' I..
/0.. ..no,Ixir.rw.p.h, and"ond.d'h.y 3 New Staffers Approved Guidance Clinic j i iI

..wr..r or clung way'I I The Bradford-Union Guidance Also I Introduced to the six board clinic in moving along on schedule.;*} .,
Clinic board of trustees has approvedthe members present was Dave and "soon everyone will have an,? n
I I appointment of three new staff McCampbell who began working office and a roof that doesn't leak "/'*>
I members recommended by the clinic recently In the Starke clinic as an Ixnnon read a letter from l'niot1'Cotlnt '*
I director Dr. William J. Lennon. adult counselor and director of School Hoard Superintendent*'
Kerry Clifford now working as programs for senior citizens. Hill McCill to District Ml ;Mrnlal 1
Instructor of classes to assist persons The director added that he Is Health Hoard President ..lamcftKlshcr. %,
I arrested for DWI will start work as attempting to recruit a minority which praised the efforts and ;
[i coordinator of the clinic at Lake group person to work In programs cooperation of the lake Huller clinic-"'
t. Huller Dr. Lennon said related to problem drinkers of in \\'orklnlC11th the county school ;; '.
is No r 0 Filling the position to be left vacantby alcohol. system The letter said "\\\ want tov
Clifford will be Bernard Williams In other business at the FrldayDec emphatically state that the I'nionj,) i''
Combo an employee the Union County 8. meeting. Lennon announceoi County School Board Is pleased ith?l
I school system. the renovation of the Lake Butler the cooperation of the clinic. The'summer 11!
With realistic Iifih-wheel _.
J -- 4----- ..... camp for the emOtionallyt ,
steering. Rear doors I n disturbed Is ty
_ open working very well. 1 1t
22 in. long. Decals. t I

SAVE $946 : Get more of what New Enlistees f.

for. f

One Button Color! 19 In. Diag. Color TV Stretch you go Plan' Tours of \:; f

\ 100% solid state chassis. I .
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Black matrix picture tube. ._'" ... ..... ..". i "!
Stretch this 13 in. ... ArmyDuty i
Single pushbutton adjusts 3 7 9 burly out to .
J color, tint, brightness & con- guy '
4 ft. Snaps back.
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trast c.aromatically. Fun for I or morel .1/ .i.y. Several >minx men hat e enlists In'f 1
the \rmv during the |wst t law !
Free Turkey With Purchase 7 '. according! to"It.' Hornio "Kow WN'k'lJ f,
.. I 1'.S. .\rmHecrintinK VnicoCharles .
Of The T.V. Reg. 5429 TO '4.* t-i' Colbert .Ir. n senior i
Mradloui thigh S hnnl, enlisted in
Your Choice October for training in law enforcement i
("harle"1111 In' trained at .MMcX'lellan. .i ,
SANTA CLAUS WILL BE 8 << .Mnhama He will departfor
1o training in Judy) 1i>:<>.
VISITING THE STORE DEC. 18th W C'olhert i Is a corporal in the .WOTC
unit at Bradford Nigh and Is ,very
active in the program

2:00: 6:00: P.M. I training Charles states in pollctI that he plans ork to and get t

.experience hile in the \rirn and

seek employment of this. nature alter.,'
Doll and Musical discharge

Cradle r- ,
'i > 3.
: ." "r ('harle,,' father is employed by then?I

12 in. doll drinks wets, cries, -N J. Forestry !Service here In Bradford
\, \ County
IIrj Cradle rocks.
:ow Timothy Mowers, a senior at
has musical $699 ford High enlisted in November

SAVE NOW R ".... chimes. \vGo new Sup tp1 o.No and,>rm>assignment"'s training bj to' choice Texas. Brad'j;

matter what your favorite pizza le.we can states he likes to travel and t
WESTERN AUTO \ Just say SuparStyle when' you order your pizza. You get lots attend college while in the Army. He::'i
Associate Store more cheese. And k t more of your favorite toppings For just a will depart for training in .June 1979$:
Home Owaed little more dough. nisi can have your SuperStyla pizza after graduation from RHS '';
Thick'n Chewy' or Thin'n Crispy; Any way you want It. Knhstee: Lester K. Randolph Jr. a't
Get more of what you go for Go new SuperStyle June 15)78 graduate nf Bradford High:'fi?
CARL D. MINX has enlisted In the Army for infantry t:
training and assignment to Korea '"

t 312 W. Call Street MOM: 964-6841 STAKE, FLORIDA 32091 r----------l""' departed Lester requested for training active In !November;duty and &

Pizza restaurant He will be trained at Fort Jackson" '
$100 Off
Mod below
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r 1Yfyf1 i .. t Wit TOtal Curio Coavcatat J 1SN TwtptoAM. :Uut stsooff =*. 'S.C.Lester and) then was depart in the for Bradford Korea.High

.., Lett- CrsdH Anihbh .* r JROTC program for four years and .
Bo; More Lstvk_ .._ .$L00---Off SupwSlyH was active In the BHS band Lester's
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; 'ao 'fit d New Boar.d.of Adjustment; Holds Initial MeetingIn I

the Initial meeting To hear appeals of decisions which the use complies with require-' \\4irren ulw told tht new'Uiurri' "itproliuiiK
[rise I1 I. to organize the by any city official enforcing menu. This authority Is limited to loess ui last two Lie'tIINI* 'in
\djimtment of SUrk ordinance physical dtmensional exception lo the themiir lutMit t n. I- HIIII t I MIT .>
rized with the city's toning ordinance.
plan.. and had Ita duties ) To hear requests for special
Scott Koons.! director of .., such as allowing a church 4) To grant home occupations.prohxjslons Mt'n'lt',1011'111 mi witlSlrtft \: IWIIMnl.
M"M assistance for the North located In a residential area. which Ix uruiHllulhfritl liifu u
or trades In a resident
1 rida Regional deal more with uses of area. .
Meuua MTRPCi I This
authority la limited to
listed In the zoning residential ""lI.. and" which wntili. in
Mayor-Commissloner Joe Warren install self-!crt 1 HI ua- Hinip did '.'
Koons narrated a slide thanked the new board members "for u request| t lor mi excluintin' ul ii.iildlehoniewonu ,
outlining the new being willing lo serve. ; Mites''IMIrestdlIIIIIIIno's'
idNar q plan. of which zoning > To grant variances pf physical
planning Is one of II restrictions which are not
members were given ;;; ; to the public Interest such "I hope the board of adjustment will on(lid l.awtex Idunl. Tilt| l'lh .11111'11
comprehensive and the :! ,? odd shaped' lot which works a have the wisdom to sit back play It has rfcoinnieodi-d:, ( ilx- eli.mi;.
i/lj ordinance to study. : on an Individual but on cool, and take.a double look," IKmade ax u lurdi-lup ante


Adjustment Members are of the 'jUJV Jf]($ JV@

I Drew Keddish.
Donald 1 WalnwrtRht
If their txpreulon In thin photo ire any Indication the hew Klarkr Board of helh Civets Walker. WJOOfIEtJiB! = c JWW
AdJuMment plan to play It tough. Board m.mb..rllll-r are Burford :McKinney,
Drew Reddish George Roberta Donald \\"a.n\ulllht. and .Mm: Elizabeth
"',111.'".. Roberts a 12-year
county commission
experienced of the

County Gathers Info On, an man matters informal on suggestion was vote.quickly of Florida Bank at Starke

secretary By drawing ;
slips of paper with I. 2. < Pay
Expanding Bus service determined w ntten on each Mrs.of Walker five Kooos'I'

one year. Roberts and
I'nion and Bradford County added the head Start program In two years, and
commissioners along with ISrudlord ('ounlhas chartered one of Reddish three years. 9
representatives from Baker County the liiisen and can: be seen traveling
and I Department of Transportation around the county %
l District Engineer: Walter !Skinner; met Skinner Bald I the national average is Anibal Rate
In Luke City Wednesday. Dec 1. to' to f'upIUrt'lul1ltK for operation from Next meeting of the
discuss the possibility of expandingthe tu p't'rt''nlof the lures collect but the tentatively set for Jan. 9
operation of the !Suwnnnee Valley S\T.V in 11177" collected; : percent of city hull.hul tho meeting
Transit Authority ,iSVTA' Into the the fares tmd one month in 19."' held unless the board
conduct. The adjustment 6 Month Certificates
three joining counties.! collected luf: percent and another 7:1pei'ienl. : on
IKTS decided will
'Skinner said federal funds are nowaVilllable He explained the federal they
to expand bus service to 1II'0lraOlOrkK with the operation of second or fourth Tuesday
I'nion. Bradford und Baker counties. the bits service on I the base funds lo uvoid conflict with city
Skinner explained Congress had coming from the fares. Federal funds meeting which are held Guaranteed To Maturity On Certificates Issued
passed u federal surface then pick-up half of whatever lures and third Tuesdays.
transportation act signed by lire collected and loctil lunds pickupthe December 14th Through December 20th
President Curler last month anil ImlaiK-e of what is collectedIf
Klorlda'sshareof the program will be (taker. Hrndlord. und Union The Board of ,\ ,
$2.2: million each year over the next counties were added to the system the nothing to do with Certificates Are Issued With A Minimum Investment
four ,'ears. local l participation would bt split six the new hoard members '
The Suwannee \'alleTrunllil' wnys based. on population. nion's :MriUT's. Koons. A $1 OOOO. They Are Subject To Existing Penalties for Early
Authority started in IUT2! in Kuwunnee. share would he III :5 jx-rcent. ISrudlordin city zoning and planning
Columbia and Hamilton counties was :| percent and (taker 12.1 percent. approval .by the city : Loss Of; 3 Months Interest And The Payment Of Any
successful at first. said !Skinner.; The! balance would \hI picked UP bvSuuaiinee ;ami 1 can he ppealed only
But u few years ago a seven member I Columbia and Hamilton, rmirt. Interest At The Passbook Rate.
board of directors was formed that counties
Included the district engineer, and! Skinner said If I he three counties
two county commissioners from were added to the sv.xtem the annual The planning and We Are Serious Abort lour ...si.lssW
Suwannee. Hamilton and Columbia buil rl would l hi' !l. KI.I"KI, Skinner itself can only
counties. added' it Is easier. to Join n system decision\ to the city
Brad Vincent administrator of the already in operation 'than lo start The Hoard of .\ ..
SVTA. said presently the system has Irom ..cratch.Commissioner. trust is nine buses and has service to (he ... "Irom the three IIt'I'I"lonKor"hlch are
(ieneral Electric: plant in Hague, lol counties said they' would take the IIPP'oJ led only to the
ClirK alreel
Lake l City and to doctors offices und information back lor study by the lull TheHourd, ,of .-\ J.lf.rwn Al l. 904-064-70SO fmr .M.mt.ff:
hospitals in (iuinesville.. Skinner; com mission. IHIMC. I>U\\I'rli. explained ,e er.mnao xrr4Mrue

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Jacksonville And The Our Style Shop Will Consist Of The Brother Sister Team Spe.ciallZlng In Mens

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128 TELEGRAPII Dee. I', 18711

I Triest Construction Apparent Low ii..$ 1.58 Million Vo-Tecli Project .

Ti'tent is the contractor', Triest Construction Co of Keystone and S2.0I8.300 corrected base were opened, Tried asked the board buildings. Completion of Phase will present administration cuklanr $172.000 renovation of BradforjUJiehcafetorium. ,
Heights Is apparently low with base Newman Construction Co of for permission to re-add before decision allow all vo-tech classes now being offices will be used soley for guidance.: project now neliMi'Ja"
bid of (1,544,474 on 30.000 square foot Jacksonville (1,734,400 base and was made. Board attorney Jess taught to be housed on site and To get within the II.58 million designated completion The a KH lirro has bimdletf

Phase 4 of the Bradford-Union Voca 12.208.441 corrected base, R.B. Gay Wolbert advised against and the provide additional class room space architect Salley suggested the. various school building' projects oVj(Sf't, .
tional Center at Orange Street and Construction Co of Jacksonville school board ruled against allowing a fur some overcrowded courses.: following areas, totaling/ 8412,704.which the 20 including Anderson. ,:
past "
after all bids New construction will classroom the board could cut: II) west year
Brownlee Road In Stark 11.837.149 base and f2.244.720 bid to be changed were<' '
Utwte'. Eight firms submitted bids on the corrected base and Robert Gay opened. Triest said he'd been having' space for diesel mechanics, campus paving lirnerock and stormwater Elementary at Correctional) now, part
project. Bids were opened last Construction Co. of Jacksonville trouble with his calculator. heavy equipment, commercial truck ,$78.386: 2) west campus paving the Lawtey Insilution;
Thursday night. Dec. 7. In a special tl.78S.000 base and $2,233,200 Included In Phase 4 of the vo-tech! driving, and refrigeration and air- $17.078: 3) media center $1<18,400: 4' the current' BUS field house the and"* .
Phase 2 of the five phases of new
school: board meeting called for that corrected base.Pleading center are one new shop building conditioning plus shot space for individual manpower training and
purpo e. All bids were accepted and that he may have H directly In back of the present shop heavy equipment and welding, and a student lounge U43.000: : and 51 BHS construction which was the<(< :," ,
taken under advisement for examination clerical error in the bids after they and additions to several existing new administration building. The covered walks 24750. library complex )"f,
by the school administrativestaff. '

The school board him SI.5K.1.0OO' In ,: ;.
: f1Jrfilli" l 1flp] fi1mjJm[$ ;
federal funds to spend on the project. L.1 W W L..JU. L..J. W L.I: : : r..uall < .
The board him a list. totaling 413,704: _I I ," '
of Items which can be deleted from : '_''!. .. f : \
301 5 Stark ,
the project which it hud estimated at e, Fla < ,-t

819 The million.bid also Included eight ---k ATh '. ,> ,
alternates :3 J subtractive and 5
additive The alternates added
rus.mm:! to Tricsfs base for a
corrected bane bid of $|.(U>'J.S72. r center
Triest was $R4. and$1:10,0110: low on his corrected base
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hid. STORE HOURS Man Wed \
Richard Walker Construction Co. of 12-0 (fli
I Milliard was! second low at a base bid Thur Sat. 9-9 .-
of $1 li-'fi.iHKi! and u corrected base bid
of f1.UU9.2.W.! Charlef II. Perry
Construction ('0. of Gainesville
entered a base bid of SI,(CHUNK: ) and a
corrected base bid of$2.00:1.000.): other
bidders! were Kloxarn Contractors: of
Jacksonville $1.1127.Olio base and
*2.Mil.451: ( : corrected base, )Drake
Contractors of Ocala fl. r il. buse 1
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9.5 Million
s f 1ti

Fla. Residents

by 191JOFlorld.1 \ ,

II population will reach 95 ,
million l h>> num. according to a
prediction by u Florida State J t t.: f !
"t'niversity socioloKist. with the most o ; I
dramatic growth taking place In ; ,

urban Rural areas an'as1.111 continue to grow ..r a S "; 7 b. iI "'(-. I r
lowly or just hold their own.populationwise I. 'j' f'
according to fir ..,. < ,: .
Charles itam.. director of the KSt' \'. ; ,I!5.: ',;, "i '.
Center for the Study of Population lie '__ ( ;' ; e,
also predicted: "a relatively greater 7 v i i I / .
attraction of people to the northern ,
part of I the slate and a significunt t .'
proportion of the northward fcl4\ \ .J'
movement! will consist of Floridians p U" .
from. other sections of the state I
The current population of nine {
million makes t'lorld.llhte ( most
populous state in the nation It grew
by 1H! per vent between l 1170! and 1977.

with migration.The!\1 per cent. of the growth( causedby Ladies', Junior Girls,

largest group of newcomers in Girls' and Infants' .
recent years hut !he-en people in the 55 : :" !" (;.:

go retirement(u.I age bracket or early retirement ho are a tore age- / Coats arid JacketsMen's ....._ .-__.._----_._ ;;1\\

Close to half of the migrants have
been younger families but the :"I'1't
proportion. has been declining in 1'tI
recent years. I
Nam's report showed that Dude ';\,
County had a population of only Hl: IbW44p7JL
persons in IHiil' ). und four-fifths of the 'Is ,
J.tIl-I. inhabitants. of the state lived in .
tier of northern counties along the
Muhumu and Georgia borders. Ix-on ,
I'oulllyIollh I2.1M.I: persons led in \ r
population at that lime followed by ,
.Jackson.Ilh to.OT., Jeffcrson.9.876./ '.1.
and udsden.. 9.:1\1'1( : \ .
There were( only two towns large '
enough to he considered "urban"- and Boys' \ ."
I'enhucnla. with 2.8711 residents, and
Key test with .'..TONot : Special group of Men's and Boys' Coach 1
: ; only did Florida's population and Quilted jackets. Boys' sizes: 8-18;; 3 3' a"'. "
increase from !4.7io: in IHII::! to Men's Sizes: SXL33t 0 off
K.7HU.4! In ItiTn and nine million
todav. hut the character of the '
population has changed because .
three-fourths of the growth has been
from immigration.For !
instance, 'in IHiw. the entire
I population was rural. By IHiiO.) it had
*come 4. I PIT cent urban In l'J7t
there were JH4 urban localities and
HII 5 per cent of the people were Rc
classified as urban residents!

definitions according to Census Bureau ular pri cts! ,

4-H Honors


Volunteers s ,,

Y I. Kifttwo Bradford ('ountiansgathered e=rri
( I Thursday as the Bradford- .,1:
I Program I honored volunteer adult 4-. 1 s .. rM 4
II leaders and J.T. Parrish. '., 1. r'> f
Parnsh.all honored for his outstanding V "f # i
fund raising, efforts for 4-11. ..
Last! alone he -.I; -
year procured sufficient -
donations to allow 4.II to purchase I \ :: ? .... ,
and raise a countywide ...11 1 ,I. fvI

Club 1 Dr steer Tom(irl''na\l.altlIl.ate Hilltarf <,I '"
member from the University<< of Florida 1l :f '
Lr L\ fr
spoke on the valuable contribu !, .
tions volunteer ".11 leaders make. '
The following adult leaders were ,,,,. : ,
recognized for their past years of ser ;,
vice: Mr and Mrs. Royce Joyner
Mrs. !Mary Jane Green. Mrs. Ann t
Starling. Phil Vallenga. Phil dainey y o 'ti t,.
!Mrs. Viola Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. i ,.
Bill Melson. Mr and Mrs. Percy Sulli .,
van. !Mrs Mary Mersey. Mrs. Barbara ,II
Griffis Mrs Gail Jordon, Mrs. ;1'
Charlene Howard. Mrs. Rena Herndon ";[
e Mrs. Uremia Stroud. Mrs. Helen "I
Writ, !Mrs. Shirley Cribbs. Mrs. "
Newport: Mrs. Hyta Thomas ,
t I Mrs. Barbara Gordon. Mrs. Juanita ,,,"
Adams Mrs. Janie Hayes Mrs. 'x
11\\ Joanne Fussell. Mr. and Mrs. A C PVC Jacket ;\
Kirkland Mrs. Melodic Stilwell Mrs. Good Selection I I On Sweater *j .
Sherry McDavid. Mrs Janice Pierce. | JR"/r\ casting leather, nylon lin/ '
Mrs. Jackie Moore. Mrs. Jean .For Boys Girls Men & Women $ /iJ. lined In Brown and Brown JJ/l3 off 2'tones.
Parrish. Billy and Debbie Bigham. Sizes: S-XL %

:Mr. and Mrs. Mike Brunetti Mrs. POLICY-TCAY'a Is h.ve.dv.rtis.d merchandise ,In adequate supply In our stores. In I
Stella Mr, and Mrs. TOAY'S ADVERTISED MERCHANDISE policy to always ,'
/ Joyner.Mrs. Anne Lloyd the event the advertised merchant !. not available due to unforeseen r..*on*,TQAY will provide Main Cheek,upon request,In order that them '
Douglass Raish. Mr. and
.. .. when It become. purchase similar quality merchandise at a similarpries VISAr
Mrs. Charles Barton. Mr. and Mrs. .rch.ndl may b purchased Mia .01.! price available or you may +
James Mrs. rsductlsn. Ws will bs> happy to> refund ,.ur money If you are not satlsflod with your purchase it Is the policy of TQAY to see that you are J f ,lyi
Mr. J.T. Parrish. Mr. and Jenny Mrs.Black.Fred happy with your purchases.. It ,. TG&V'. policy ta Ito priced competitively In the market. Regular Sale Prices may vary msrkst by market, but

t Johns. Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Whltehead. the .. price will always bo .. advertised. '

f Homer Mrs. Margie Hart.!Dobbs and Mr. and Mrs. 'hIr best-,buy. is at TG&.YIPage