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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 13, 1973
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Mitchell'sby ,
Faced with two recent

citations from the State

Department of Pollution
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iiJ Control, the City

Some $400 in narcotics and hard drugs were stolenat and Bradford County are

gunpoint from Mitchell's Drug. Store in Starke in ',r'' joining forces to seek a

the mid-afternoon Tuesday, Dec. 11, according to ." ,i' ( solution to their solid

witnesses and city and county police departments. '.. ..O/i' i'i'"!. ,' waste disposal problem.
The is still under deep investigation by both r., ': .' .;
case w 's.
T IaA aM >. .. ty.; .. "You're going to have to
city and county lawmen. It is the second such armed )' I\.i\:.:. t tk lo something by January

robbery in Starke in the past two months. s "
Sanitarian Jack
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Witness Linda Bayles stated around a little bit and lookedat : ; Trawick told a joint

r that the white male came in other merchandise. He .. .; ...I.: ,.!r meeting of Commissionersand
from the back door and boughta started to leave, then askedme iI'. ( -. .. Councilmen in the
box of Tylenol then he look what time the store closed \ .
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I '."" courthouse Monday .
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and said that he would come .
back later. -'.... / morning. He was referring !
.
.. ." citations which }1
to the DPC
he going on ,
"I thought was .- ,. .,> "
and I was leaning down to ; if'0 criticized "open burning"and
check out new merchandiseand ,,. .... "uncovered putridgarblge"

the next thing I knew : at the city's land

there was a gun in my back. : 4 fill operation on Old 1

"The man then stated that j .. f. \ ,c.. \! Lawtey Road east of
this was a hold up, that nobody \ ,
, would get hurt if I did just ,-4T-; Starke. I

what he told me to. He told me ...... -- .. .. I i Trawick said that closing of

+wi to put some hard drugs and '. ., the city's land fill would come
class A narcotics in a bag. .. eventually so steps might as
t ..... fn well be taken now to find anew I
"I told Mr. Crews (owner r _
Lester Crews) to put the drugsin 1 location. Although thereis
the sack for me and !Mr. enough area still unused in
Crews thought I wanted them that location for anotheryear's

until he saw the man behind! operation, he expressed
: belief that DPC would
me with the gun.
"-I-- close the land fill down before
"He (the ) then puta \ ..
gunman that time because of the high

Bill Glover stocking over his head and .. ::.- ,. ., ....' water table, which makes it,. 'I
back Into .. I ,
went thepharmacy .
"" impossible to dig deep to bury
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area. He made Pharmacist 0 -. S _...... .' ''1.,,} '. _c. _" ..........._..,. garbage, and other ol>- I
GloverNewCC Steven Smith lie down on the ..:.:.. ."., .:....'!\,.,.""' .... jectional features of the site
floor in one of the aisles in that r .. 't. .-. .> "' I IA Trawick said the water table I
area. The man then made Mr.- .. is within four lee( of the
Crews rake all of the drugs surface in dry times and only I;
into the sack. While doing so, .. 1 1-2 feet in wet periods.
he asked me if we had ever y ,
Council Chairman Neil
been robbed before and if we
OfficialBill had a burglar alarm in the j Tucker said the City wa
store." ready to cooperate with th
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County in obtaining a new
Miss Bayles also stated that
Glover, manager of the 5' ,
location( for the dump, and
the
I "Two girls saw man put
Starke Holiday Inn complex,
, the gun in my back but they suggested that a committee be
has been named president
named from each board to
Then
he
elect for 1975 by the Starke- thought was playing.
had waited at the work out a solution to the
they
Bradford County Chamber of
Commerce. counter, and I couldn't wait on Being lifted carefully onto a stretcher by Bradford Rescue accident drew a crowd of bystanders to the corner, of \\iiliuit problemA
I Glover will assume that them and they had suspected Unit BO after being struck by the Ford Pinto at right on Call and Call Streets.Waldo r first be made step in at this the directionwill regular

office Jan. 4 at the Chamber's something was wrong. But Street, this Waldo woman was not seriously injured. The Council meeting Tuesday.
they didn't do anything to
annual Present meeting President-Elect and banquet. help. I had kept making facesto Dec. 18.) when a representative

George Pierce, local attorney, the people at the front District of DPC the office Jacksonville will be on

i I will Chamber assume Jan.leadership 4 of when the counter whispered robbed then that to finally me we and were this asked being guy if Woman Struck By CarThree hand the department to make clear wants just in what the

President Marc Jackson turns
of a land till operationhere.
robbed and of way
II over the gavel after we were being &/ .
.course, I nodded that we were.
numerating the Chamber's The man seemed to be real persons were slightly Department. Mustang owned by Sadie Bass almost flat with the cab, northof wagon, and a 19it( ; Dodge, all County Commission
accomplishments in the shaky and very nervous. He injured, including a Waldo Hodman Eugene Reddish, Covington of Starke. the point of impact where three parked at Hardy's, Auto Chairman Ralph Bryan expressed
I present year of 1973.i was about 5' 11" with black woman struck Tuesday by a 18 Starke, was treated and The Ford was knocked 126 the Ford struck a 1964 belief Monday that
i ( e Page 4) hair, a white male with dark car on Call Street in Starke, in released from Bradford feet, its rear end mashed Chevrolet, a 1961 Ford station (See !P.I gt' ;5);) the county and its

eyes and dark clothes. He six separate automobile accidents County Hospital early municipalities may have to
seemed to be a young guy I in the city during the Saturday morning after his settle eventually for only two
think he was in his early 20's week from Dec. 7-11, according car left the pavement jumpedthe Santa To ; land fill operations due to the
I if 20." to the Starke Police guard rail on South Try Again Saturday unsuitability of sites now-

Deputy Sheriff John Temple Avenue and plungedinto being used at Lawtey Starke,
Alligator Creek In a cold, and Brooker The Hampton
Dempsey estimated the drugsto Cold weather halted be located in the assemblyarea football stadium south to
drizzling rain.Emory rainy dump has already been closed
be around $400. "Accordingto City Getting the excitement of Santa's to be judged. Madison Street, turns left onto because of terrame inwet
witnesses, the descriptionof Worth Duncan, 41, Madison to Street soggy
arrival in Starke last Saturday The Parade signals the kickoff Thompson weather, and other unsanitary -
the white male and a blue Lawtey, was also treated and but the word is that St. of the local Christmas turns left onto Call Street back conditions.
Chevrolet car indicated that Diesel Fuel released from BCH)! early }Nick will arrive promptly at season and has been an annual through town and disperses: in
the subject went from Starketo Monday morning after he 10:30: this Saturday, Dec. 15. event for several )ears. the Florida Bank parking lot Bryan said the sites likely to
Alachua to pull a similar apparently fell asleep at the Brian Hamilton chairman of Santa Claus throws candy to be used would be the present
I drug robbery about an hour For Plant w heel and his car crashed intoa Chamber of Commerce the Retail Merchants Divisionof kids all the way along the land fill on the curve of SH-
I later. parked car on North Temple spokesman, John Myers says the Chamber, announcedthat parade route.Lov. 100( northwest of Keystone
I Some $300 in narcotics and STARKE Avenue, driving the parked the parade will take place this most local merchants will Heights and the land fill nowbeing
"Right nowwe're
Basketball Game barbituates were stolen at getting all we want until vehicle into three other Saturday, Dec. 15, at 10:30: be open all day on Wednesday operated jointly with
from Koch's Drug vehicles Auto a.m. and all entries are asked Of 24Recorded Union
gunpoint our allotment runs out," Supt. at lIardy's Dec. 19>, and Friday evening, County just off the
FRI. NITE 7.3O: Store just after it opened the Graudons said Sales. to assemble at9:30: a m. on the Dec. 21. for shopping con Brownlee Road near New
IN S.H S. GYM morning of Oct. 20. No arrests Wednesday George the availability Sophie Cowal Hagen, 61, south side of the Bradford venience. River Both of these locationsare
have been made in that case. Waldo treated and High Football Stadium with low
of fuel oil to the city was Most local stores will be high a water
RICHARD CREWS plant.Graudons. power released from BCII Tuesday (Adkins Street). Entries must closed all day Wednesday, table and are well suited for

said he just or- afternoon, after being struck Dec. 21>. Winter's first hard freeze land fills, Bryan said.
KIDNEY FUND SpeciotllondnyEdition ders two tankers, about 15,000 by a 1971 Ford Pinto( driven by Rains End In view of the energy crisis struck Wednesday morning As immediate corrective
Penny Sue Matney Lee of when a low of 24 degrees was
the local Chamber of Commerce
ADULT 1 1.00 STUDENT .50 gallons from Standard Oil, measures, it was suggestedthat
Planned each time he needs it, "and Starke. has pointed out that recorded at the official the city might fence in its
STARKE BUSINESS they send it right in." The Ms. Lee's vehicle was ProlongedDry : considerable savings in weather station in Starke. entire present land till area,
To give local merchants plant burns some 4,000 8,000 turning left on Call Street gasoline can be accomplishedby Tuesday morning broughtthe ha ve the gate open only during
Walnut St. when she season's first cold when
from
MENVSWAPE greater opportunity to present gallons per day, depending on the Period local residents if they will certain hours for the dumpingof
with the to 30
struck Mrs. dropped
Christmas shopping the weather.At Hagen patronize our local merchants mercury waste by the public, and
left front of her vehicle. Ms. degrees.
suggestions to the Bradfordand present the power plantIs with Bradford County's month- when Christmas shopping. station a man there during off
charged There farm to
Lee was were no crops
BRADFORD MIDDLE Union County areas. The operating entirely on diesel violating the right-of-way. long November drought was ,Floats will be entered by be damaged by the cold at this hours to make sure there is no
SCHOOL Telegraph will publish two fuel. The plant has been cut off broken with 2.6 inches of rainso Girl Scouts Pine Level time. County Agent Bobby open burning.
editions in the coming week, from its source of natural gas The Reddish vehicle, a 1970 far in December.The Baptist Church Division of Taylor said yesterday, and It is believed that the fires
Sidewalk Art breaking its long tradition of for the power plant, thereby Plymouth, was traveling heaviest rainfall cameon Surplus Property, Ladies damage to pastures and ornamentals are sometimes deliberatelyset
once-a-week publication.A making it necessary that the north on US-301 when it left December 7 when New Auxiliary Hampton Volunteer was minimized by by persons burning old
Show plant use more diesel fuel than the pavement and struck the Fire Department, Grace appliances, electric motors,
special edition of the River fire tower recorded 1.5 last week's soaking rains. Had
in December of 1972 when the metal guard rail on the east Church, : etc. to obtain which is
paper is planned to hit the inch Louis Hill (Highland), Baptist Mustang the cold arrived during copper
SATURDAY MORNING plant was on natural gas for side of the road. The car Mobile Homes. Also demanding a high priceon
streets Monday, Dec 17. All 1.8; and Santa Fe tower 1.5. cars, November's drought damage now
the most part and needed leaped the guard rail, flew and bands will the used metal market.
DEC, 15! correspondence and columnsto !l December 5 and 8 also marchers would have been more severe.
70,000 gallons of fuel oil. some 48 feet through the air, enter. Spokesman Myers Bryan said Monday that
of
be run in the Monday paperare brought lighter rainfalls Taylor; said that Bradford
IN FRONT'OF THE needed at the Telegraph Having to rely almost en- went into the drainage ditch less than an inch. stated that Union County band County's slim 100 acres of "some people think the
tirely on fuel oil this winter, and on into Alligator Creek, would not be able to drivers themselves are settingthe
FLORIDA THEATER office no later than Saturday This month's rain has appear strawberries are looking fine
the city was forced in Patrolman "
morning. Classified ad according to City already exceeded the 50-year but he's trying to line up in spite of the dry November. fires.
vertising will be closed out at Into its 70,000 gallon Scotty Rhoden. average for December, whichis another band.LastSaturday. Acreage is about the same as Following a comment
ceIt noon Saturday, Dec. 15, and December allotment. Reddish was charged with 1.87 inch. one of the girl last )'ear's, and growers had concerning the long distancethe
display advertising at 5 p m,. However, City Clerk Merrill\ driving while intoxicated. So far this month there have scout'troops reported on time difficulty in obtaining plants: City of Starke would haveto
h (U Uummuutty! Saturday.A Edwards recently appealed to Damages to his car were been 11 forest fires with a totalof for the parade, and they got of the popular Sequoia haul its garbage to reach
regular Thursday Dec. the new Office of Petroleum estimated at $2,000. 40 acres burned. their float soaked and now the variety. The ones available one of the two approved sites
&'tate Sank Allocation, a division of the U.
> 20, edition of the paper will Duncan! traveling north in a Fair weather is predictedfor paper napkins resemble paper demaned a record high priceof Commissioner George
also be published, as usual. S. Commerce department'sregional 1971 Plymouth,apparently fell Friday and Saturday, witha mache. The: float still looks $25 per thousand, Taylor Roberts said "We can't put
,A_ Now ......... U. Deadlines for columns, office 11\Atlanta and asleep and allowed the vehicleto slight chance of rain and good,however, and the float is said, recalling that eight or them in convenient areas

".....T.Dq.$3I-).M-u oO", + c... correspondence, and ad- has received the city's some allocation assurancethat of move into( the parking lane. humidity varying from a highof set to go again this Saturday.The ten years ago the price for because the"DPC won't approve -
vertising will be as usual for The Plymouth then struck an 96 percent Friday to a low of parade route begins on plants ranged from $6 to $8, a them.
the Dec. 20 paper. (See Page!: 4) unoccupied 1963 Ford 40 Saturday morning. Orange Street from the thousand. (See Page )

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BCH Auxiliary Altar Society Sets Stork ShowerFor Johnson Home Scene of Joint Birthday

'..wd Mrs. SmithMrs. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Mr. and Mrs. Don Bagwelland
Christmas Tea Christmas Party Johnson gave a joint birthday Mrs. R E. Firth, Jason's
: party Saturday afternoon at godmother.
Harvey Smith was
.i !! Set for Dec. 14 Dec. 16 honored at a stork shower their home on Market Road ---
for their sons,Jason,who was
Dec.
Thursday 6,
.. 6 given by A GIFT THEY'LL ENJOY
a Bradford County Hospital St Edward's Altar Societymet Misses Catherine Lewis three years old on Dec. 10, and
Auxiliary members will hold in the Parish Hall on the Dianne Moore, and Dotty; Shane, who will be seven
their annual Christmas tea evening of Dec. 4 with Mrs. Rhoden at the home of the years old on Dec. 25. HANGINGBASKETS
Friday,Dec. 14,from 9 a.m. to Michael Gilhooly presiding.Mrs. latter.A The Christmas theme was
3 p.m. in the Hospital Con- Lester Humphries Christmas theme was carried out in the party
tvIW ference Room. reported that Mrs. Henry carried out in the party decorations. The refreshmenttable
Mrs.J. R. Kite will serve as Stefanelli is taking care of decorations using a ceramic was covered with awhile $5.00 to $7.50
morning hostess and Mrs. altar work during December.Mrs. Christmas tree as. a cen- linen Santa Claus cloth
Gerald Baillie will be afternoon Theresa Aston displayed terpiece on the refreshmenttable. and centered In a birthday HOUSE PLANTS .40 & UP
hostess. religious symbols which she sheet cake made in the shapeof
Invited to attend are the I l and Mrs. Thomas Mixon are Games were played and a sleigh with red velvet Lena & Sheryl's
Bradford County Hospital presently sewing onto altar prizes awarded to Mrs reindeer. The sleigh was
," board members and their vestments. Darlene Wise and Miss perched in a make-believe bed
wives, the hospital staff, Mrs. Rudy Chism reportedon Shellee Smith. of snow. Garden ShopHILLCREST
ministers and their wives, city Spiritual and Corporal The honoree was presentedwith The 12 youngsters attending
rt '- commissioners and their Works of Mercy.In a carry-all bassinette enjoyed games with prizes FLA.
wives, and the Bradford the interest of Catholic from her hostesses. during the party hours.
County Health Departmentstaff. Maines Charities, Mrs. Richard Welty Among those attending were 4 MILES EAST OF

fl i reported on work she and Mrs. Nan Tomlinson so..a.afl,_tl..a KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
John Samons have been doingto ,
Olin White Home David MecuskerAre prepare clothing for the Edwards Wed Seaman Apprentice Stanley PHONE 473-4927
needy. A box will be placed in Tom Reddish, who has been homeon
Scene ofKoch's EngagedMr. the rear of the Church for three weeks leave, recently 10
% off
Make Favors donations of food or clothing to Miss Nan Tomlinson, completed radio school in
BCH Volunteers Tray PartyMr. and Mrs. Hal York be distributed at Christmas daughter of Mr and Mrs.J. E. Bainbridge, Md. He leaves
Maines of Lake Butler an- time. Tomlinson, and Tom Ed- today for Naples, Italy wherehe with this ad.
The Teenage( Volunteers met Thursday> 6, at the and Mrs. Olin White nounce the engagement of Mrs. Joseph Cissy .announced wards, son of Mr. and Mrs. has been assigned to the ----
Bradford County Hospital and made 100 Christmas tray were hosts at a dinner party at their daughter, Harriett York, that a Christmas Maurice Edwards, Jr., were Nato Base for 18 months.
ravorsforthello.pitalandthe Starke Nursing Home. their home on N. Lake street to David Conrad Mecusker, party is being planned after united in marriage on --- ilMidEm>ii On In i in iriii nmTii n3k
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They also decorated the permanent Christmas Tree they Sunday night for the Koch'sDrug son of Mr and Mrs. Earl Mass on Dec. 16 for Grade Tuesday evening. Dec. 11,at 8
donated to the Hospital this )'ear. Above (II-r) are Darlene Store employees and Woodward Smith of Lake School Religion Classes. Mrs. o'clock in the First Baptist
Carter Mica Jackson, Debbie Shuford; kneeling, Glenda husbands and other invited Butler Thomas Parker is assisting in Church. jrjo.JW/t;
Johnson. guests. plans for this party.. Rev. Ben P. Bryant per-
Miss Maines\ and Mr. Mrs. Clermont Bizier formed the ceremony in the
Holiday Inn Sceneof ShowerGiven For The buffet table in the Mecusker are both graduatesof outlined plans for a float she is presence of members of the
dining room was covered witha Union County High School. preparing to represent St.Edward's mmediate. families. 964-63OO 964.5149 1517 BESSENT ROAD <
Annual Mrs. Thomas At red linen cloth edged with a Miss Maines also graduatedfrom in the Annual
FLA
wide lace border and centered FSU in June, 1972. Mr. Christmas Parade to be held STARKE,
UDC LuncheonThe Pierce HomeMrs. with an epergnette with red Mecusker is a March 1973 in downtown Starke. Lottie Moon Circle GIVE
A GIFT THIS YEAR
Christmas apples, berries, graduate of UF and is em- Members present donated
Holiday Inn was the Tommy Thomas was and green foliage. A Christ ployed at the Reception and toward gifts for Glenda whom Members THAT WILL ALWAYS BE
setting for the annual honored at a stork shower mas tree and other holiday Medical Center in Lake they sponsor at Sunland.
Christmas luncheon given by Friday night, Nov. 30, givenby decorations were used in the Butler. Mrs. Robbie Shaller invited EntertainedMembers CHERISHEDThe
W T Weeks Chapter, UDC on
Mrs. John Andrews and party rooms. members to attend a
of last week. of the Lottie Moon
Wednesday !Mrs.\ Pierce at the in
George Christmas Dance the
The 29 members were home of the latter. Three dining tables were PTA Meets MondayStarke Parish Hall on Dec. 15. Circle of the First Baptist Gift of CreativityA
tables that covered with linen their annual
seated at were green Church held
The refreshment table
was clot hers and three with hot > Father James Cregan
decorated in the Christmas dinner last Friday
beautifully covered with a white linen Elementary School announced plans for Con- K it From The M agic Needle
Christmas motif by Miss pink cloths. All were centered night at the home of Mrs.
cloth and centered with tall be
a firmation ceremonies to
will hold its
PTA regular
Norma Canova and Mrs. C. N. with red or green candles and George Pierce.
stork. snowmen. monthly meeting Monday, held Dec. 18. centeredthe All To Create
Christy. Mrs. J W. Kincaid, tiny Christmas candles Encourages
Fifty guests called betweenthe Dec. 17, at 7:30: in the The next meeting is
Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs. Following dinner gifts were p.m. five individual tables and
hours seven and nine school cafeteria scheduled for 7:30 p.m.;Jan. 8
H. L assisted with exchanged. table where the 20
Speer dining room
o'clock. in the Parish Hall. FREE INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE &
will
Mrs. Lester Out-of-town guests were SE students present a seated,
reservations. guests were includingthe
The hostesses presented the Shaller hosted a lovely
Crews presided and Mrs. L. G. their son, Bob, of Gainesvilleand Christmas program.Refreshments Mrs. members and their
honoree with an infant car will be Christmas party with refresh- AFTER CHRISTMAS OF COURSE
Powell gave the invocation. his fiancee !Miss Melinda husbands. Dinner was served
seat as a memento of the served. ments and gift exchange
delicious lunch Chapman of Wauchula.
Following a occasion. following the meeting. buffet style from the dining
Christmas carols were sung. room.
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Rhonda Sue AlvarezLittle '

Baptist AdultsEntertained Three Parties Given for Cherly PhillipsMiss "
Rhonda Sue Alvarez ,
celebrated her second bir- Cheryl Phillips, whose presented them to Miss
thday Tuesday, Dec. 4, when id marriage to James Phillips and Mr. Crosby in the
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. Jr. will be an event
R. Alvarez, Jr., gave a party The Adult Church Training Saturday night, Dec. 15 '
for her at their home on Group of the First Baptist honored at three parties {in
Bayless Highway. Church of Starke met at the past week.
The Raggedy Ann theme home of Mr. and Mrs. A. On Tuesday night, Dec. !RST1//9S
was carried out in the party Russell Norman on East Call Miss Phillips was honored
decorations and the party Street Sunday night after lingerie shower given by
honoree also wore a Raggedy church service. John Greene, Mrs. Linda
Ann dress. A Raggedy Ann Following refreshments Johns and Mrs. George
cake centered the refresh- served by Mrs. Norman and at the home of the latter. CAR
ment table which was covered Mrs. S. L. Peek, Jr., Mr. Peek Guests were members of (5]
with a green linen cloth presented a slide show on Lottie Moon Circle of the
The 25 guests attending California. Baptist Church, :lira.
included youngsters and 1 t Ann Phillips, and Mrs.
adults. Flynn, Sr.
Connie VickeryComplimented The refreshment table
Country Club covered with a white
cloth and centered with
Plans Family floral arrangement flanked /
At ShowerMiss pink candles in silver

Holiday PartyThe Fritz Kramer Honored by ShrinersOn honoree The hostesses with a negligee presented as

Connie Vickery, Dec. memento of the
occasion.
Starke Golf and 13 bride-elect of Mike Conner 80th Birthday Anniversary
Country Club will begin the was honored at a bridal
Christmas season with a shower Monday, Dec. 10, M. A. Baldwin, Jr., Kramer's 80th birthday. Monte Carlo Landau
covered dish supper for given by Mrs. O. E. Crosby, president of the Starke Shrine
Miss
members and families on Mrs.J. R. Kelly, Mrs. Freddie Club, presented Fritz Kramer The presentation took place Phillips and
Thursday, Dec. 20, at 7 p.m. Magyari! and Mrs Gerald with a certificate ,, showing Thursday night Dec. 6, at the Crosby, Jr. were Coupe
plimented at a reception
Shrine dinner the
membership in the Hundred regular at
Members will bring a covered Norman.
dish, and fried chicken will be The party was held in the Million Dollar Club. Membersof Starke Lodge. After dinner Saturday night Dec. 8, with White Top. 16,000 Miles dean as New/ One
the Shriner Kramer also to 9 p.m., given by Mr.
club all contributed to was
provided by the club. Bayless Highway Baptist Mrs. A. Russell Norman, \
the purchase of this certificatein presented with a special birthday
all will in Church educational building
After join
supper cake. and Mrs. S L. Peek, Jr X3995
Commemoration of Shriner
of Christmas where the Christmas theme
the singing Mrs. W. B. Mundy at
carols, and Santa will give was carried out in Norman home on East
treats to the children. decorations. Members Installed by Brownie Troopbara Street.
The New Year's Eve dance Games with prizes were Mr. Norman and Mr.
will be held Dec. 31 from 9 to 1 enjoyed by the 25 guests. Installation of new mem- Jean Phillips, Gail greeted guests at the door
a.m. Music will be providedby Mrs. Harold Crews served bers of Brownie Girl Scout Sullivan, Dee Dee Walters
Von and the the cake and Mrs. Magyar! 1973 Chevrolet Impala
Gerry Troop 440 was held Tuesday, Robin Yeager and Zina BethYoung. _r "
Variations. Call the Country presided at the punch bowl. Dec. 4, at the Hampton .
Club, 964-5441; Liza The hostesses presented a Elementary School. The girls gave a programfor Nancy and Greg Gay Hard Top Coupe. Power Steering Power Brakes Air
Minesinger, 964-5717, or Ann corsage and an electric can The new Brownies are: their parents; recited their Mars Hill College will Automatic Transmission, 13,000 miles. Clean as
Whiffen, 964-5818, for reser opener to the honoree as a Sheila Manning, Scout and the
Joy Nugent, promise received home Dec. 15 for One Owner
vations. Tickets will be $10 a memento of the occasion.
Mary Ann Parmenter, Bar- Brownie pins.
couple. Mrs. Thomas Grady a495
Party Given PhillipsCrosbyWedding I esi 4)4)i _n'lu Orange Park and Mrs.
Drew Reddish Beal of Jacksonville
Mrs. J. M\ Blackshear and
For Chanda- Dec. 14 Wednesday guests of Mrs.
attended the
son, Tommy,
L. Beasley and Mrs. J.
Sceneof
Home funeral of Mrs Ivy Cady in
Renee WoodsLittle Miss Cheryl Anne Phillipsand Hartford, Conn. Wednesdayof Kincaid and attended
Woman's Club Christmas 1972 Chevrolet ,+I.
Holiday Party James Vernon Crosby, Jr. last week. Impala
Chanda-Renee Woods will be united in marriage Give Someone You Lovea
Members of the Methodist celebrated her first birthday Saturday night, Dec. 15, at 8 Russell Judd of Clewistonwas Living Bible Hard Top Sedan. Dark Blue \with Black. Fully Equipped
chancel choir and Adult Tuesday evening, Dec. 4, o'clock in the First Baptist a weekend guest of Mr. for Christmas Owner. Very Sharp Car.
Fellowship class had a when her parents. Mr. and Church with a reception and Mrs. Fred Bennett, Sr. Bulling!era's
covered dish supper and Mrs Travis Woods, gave a following in the Starke 104 W.Call St.
Christmas party Sunday nightat party for her at their home on Woman's Club. Give Someone You Lovea Starke, Florida $2495
the home of Mr and Mrs. Pratt Street. All friends and relatives are ScoMeld Reference Bible Phone 964-7271
Drew Reddish. The Betsy Clark theme was invited to attend. from Bullington's
The buffet table in the carried out in the party 104 W.Call St.
dining room was covered witha decorations, accessories, and __ _:__ii' Starke,Florida Mr. and Mrs
white cutwork cloth and refreshments. Balloons and Phone 064-7271 Stearns and Tullie
centered with a red and white streamers were also used. !Men's Bullington's Leather Belts made a business trip 1972 Ford Torino
and Mrs. R. O. Tavares last Thursday.
Christmas centerpiece. The The 16 guests attending $3.99 and Mr. Dansby t
uplo.t
tables, set recently visited his brother, J.
individual dining included children and adults.
W.Call St.
B. who is in Sedan. Power Steering, Power Brakes Air' Conditioning.
up in the living room, dining Starke Florida Dansby Give Someone You Love
room and family room were Phone 964-7271 Tallahassee Memorial aScofield Reference Bible Tan Paint. Solid as a Rock.Good Tires and a One Owner
centered with candles and Hospital following a stroke. From Bullington's
pyracantha Following supperthe Give Someone You Lovea Mr. and Mrs. M. M. McRae 104 W.Call St.
group sang Christmas Living Bible and daughter Rose, spent the Eddie Schwab of Starke Florida $21515
carols. for Christmas weekend with Mrs. McRae's Gainesville spent the Phone 964-7271 .
:
The 30 guests attending liullington's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. W.Rummel weekend with his grand-
included members of the choir 10IWvCallSt. -, in Valrico, and with mother, Mrs.: Myrtle An- Local admittances
and class and their husbandsand Starke FloridaPhone !their son-in-law and daughter, derson. Bradford County Hospital
wives. 964-7271 ''Mr. and Mrs. Abdul Alivandi, week include: William
___I in Tampa. Mr. and Mrs.\ Charles Martin, Mrs. ; 1972 Olds 98
-- - - -- -, Beasley of Haines City will be Engleke, Mrs. \Wille \
I weekend guests of Mrs. O. L. Climer, Mrs. Rebecca 30,000 Miles. One Owner\ Car, White With Black Trim
Beasley and Mrs. J, W.I dish, Tonja Kay Ha is ten, \: Loaded. SAVE.
I Kincaid. Emma Badman, Karen
I Robert L. Thomas, Mrs\ 1'I
Take your Christmas pictureswith Leurck and Charles $25195
: ?;I c3 I your new Camera Starke; Theodore Melton,
-. l'olaroidSX-70 Waldo; Rufus A. Brown,
From Bullington'slo.t Geneva; Mrs. Bamer
W.Call Street and John Henry
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Lawtey; Mrs.\ \
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r ( Norma Valleejuli,
., Mrs.: James Kinchen of .
Santa Fe Lake and \Mrs Heights.We 8. Radio and Heater, Rear Step Bumper and a Camper Top.
l'((111 \Merrill Edwards were in hav'e a nice selection 900 Miles
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Tampa on business Tuesday
II r' of Large Family BiblesAt $2795
Put 12 Months Itullington's
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Gainesville were Sunday
Starke, Florida
\-< visitors of Mr. and Mrs. E. O Phone 964-7271
Elder.
I of Outdoor Buddy Bishop is confined :
Cooking Enjoyment Parfuni for,ChrIstmas the perfect gift for the Alachua observation General and ; : Ford Sport Custom Pickup


Under Your Christmas Tree. j Starke 104 Bullington's W,,Call Florida St. ment. : : Owner.Air Conditioning All the chrome and Two Tone Paint

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Garbage Pro blern.e To Control 4 Accidents
Last SundayNot City Dumping
(From Page 1) ...
Reported By
[PERSONALS Mention was also made thatit In a special called meetingat
GaslessVoluntary the 5 latter date the date the
hall centpsaylarytInof being
city Tuesday,
would be nice if a site could 1-2 per
From be secured somewhere in the December 11, at 5 p m. the included in the new budget was adopted. The pay FliP StationThree
Pane 3)) budget to raise, upon adoption of the
compliance for Camp Blanding reservationeast Starke City Commissionerstook city employees who
Sunday closing of service Mr. and Mrs, Harvey Ed- We Have a Nice Selection of Starke which is positive action on resigned during the period had budget, was made retroactiveto minor traffic mishapswere
stations slipped as two more wards had their children as of Large Fa mily Biblesat usually high and dry. This was dumping problems at the October 1 to November 20, the October 1. reported in Bradford and
stations were selling gas guests last weekend: Mr. and Bullington's quickly discounted, however, city's landfill.By Union Counties during the
December 10. Mrs.Dennis Richards and Mr. IIJ.I W.Call St. because of the expected difficulty unanimous agreementthe DUTCH CHEAT; GREAT week from Dec. 3-10 by the
The only station in the and Mrs. George Livesay and SUrke Florida. of obtaining approvalfor commissioners approvedthe UNCLES Florida Highway Patrol.
county reported to the son of Jacksonville, and Mr. Phone 064-7271 such a project from the transfer of power plant Glover... The original Dutch set- Kling Smith Griffis of
Telegraph last Sunday, and Mrs. Joe Hill of OcalaRullington's State Armory Board. employee Ira Allen to duty at then, Starke was involved in a
tlers In New York (
Decembers, Thorn's four landfill at the with Duance
was Trawick said that Starke the operation minor accident
(From
Page 1))
miles north of here on US-301.. disposes of some 18,000 cubic northeast city limits on Old New Amsterdam) named Lee Mitzel last Friday, Dec. 7.
hasMl"n's church after
their first
Mrs. Huldah and
Two more stations added Morgan yards of garbage a year. It Lawtey Road. Byron Regan PoKl damagedthe
Leather Belts Mrs Brinson of Glover was presidentelectof Saint Nicholas.
their names to the list on the $3.99 and Aubrey requires about an acre of Allen's principal duties at 1972 Plymouth he was
second voluntary gasless up Jacksonville were Sunday this much the landfill will be to superviseand the chamber for 1973 when
104 W.Call St.' ground to absorb he IN THE NICK OF TIME driving last Friday when he
of Sen. and Mrs. was transferred from
Sunday. They were the guests to inform the public as to
is and
Starke.Florida waste if the site dry Starke In Saint Nich- failed to make a curve on SK-
Europe
American station at Charley Johns. what not be by Holiday Inns Inc. to
or
Templeand Phone two acres if wet, Trawick may may white 21B and ran into a ditch.
964.7271 Brooksville olas on a
Brownlee and Ed's Gulfon said. disposed of at the landfill in to manage the appears Willie Lawrence Thorntonof
North Temple Ave. Mrs O L. Haynes, Jr. took Parfutn the perfect gift accordance with new building of a new motel horse carrying children baskets who have of Lake Butler and Walter Lee
treats for
I complex there.
According to a one hour her mother, Mrs. D. G Scott, for Christmas I regulations set forth by the Upon being been and birch rods Gordon collided at the intersection
transferred back good
survey of cars traveling north back her home State Air and Water Pollution to Starke
to in Decatur.Ga. BuIIington'a mis- of SR-16 and SR-
City Getting... this year the Holiday Inn for those who have
and south on 301 the voluntary over the weekend after 104 W.Call St. Control Board. 121,causing an estimated $350
closing has had little effect. two weeks visit here. Starke,Florida A gate has recently been manager was promptly voted behaved. damages to each vehicle.
From 4 to 5 p,m. Dec. 3. 342 installed at the disposal back onto the Chamber board ;
Phone 96 -7Z7J (From Page 1)) niOEHLICHEWEIII1NACHTEN Baker County recorded the
Mr. and Mrs. Don Har- and then named president.
order of the
by
out-of-county cars passed facility
death of Gene
through Starke along with 24 denbrook Mrs. Essie visited Hardenbrook his mother, November to go 48,940 gallonsfuel commissioners in an effort to from elect to succeed Pierce a year German settlers in Penn- Raulerson, 19, when the Byron pick
trucks. During the same timeon in Mr. and control unauthorized dumping now.
Mrs. J. Huston -
the Hyde Park Nursing Homein oil has been increased. Also confirmed at lastThursday's sylvania were the first up truck in which he was
Dec. 10, 483 cars passed McClane of Green Wis .
Jacksonville last Bay, But he doesn't know how known users of Christmas riding struck a horse crossing
Thursday. meeting was the
plus 16 trucks. have moved into the In another matter the
Levy
much. election of trees in ,America as earlyas Interstate 10, then spun off the
six new
Canova, Jr. home on Kingsley "We're having no trouble so commissioners established a Mac governors: 1746. That makes 1973 road and struck trees before
Lake. Mr. McClane has far" Edwards said Wed- new job title: Gas DepartmentSuperintendent Baldwin of Baldwin- the 227th anniversary year I the 1973 truck,driven by Owen

Ti;;; : : From ': retired Hercules after Inc.Their 35 years son, Glen with nesday that, natural but quickly gas has pointedout been authorized the Utility Committee and- Chamber Chevrolet-Olds board member president Pat a Everett; present former of right Combs side.Jr., came The accident to rest on occurred its-

EGE15M McClane Tallahassee,spent curtailed and that a fuel to consider ap- Florida Hydrocarbons Beware the flatterer: he at 12:55 a.m.
the weekend with his parents. problem still exists since the plications therefor.The Dudley Hardy. local attorney;, feeds you with an empty Tuesday, highway patrol
duties of the positionhas ,
Coalno DeGregrio said.
LOUNGE plant must depend entirely on been under the supervision Freeman Register ,III, local spoon reports
fuel oil.The I.
Take your Christmas pictures of George Graudon for Gulf Oil distributor; Carl
u. S. 301 N. STARKE With your new city has been advisedby the past few months, but Hurst, former mayor of BOOKS
the Office of Petroleum
Tobacco
Starke and operator of a Shell
Polaroid SX-70 Camera recent action of the Com-
964-7771 From Bullington's Allocation that the city will be missioners in restoring Service Station, and Don Make
104 W.Call St. provided fuel for its power Graudons as Power Plant Brown, of Don Brown, Inc. of
Starke,Florida plant. Clerk Edwards said, Superintendent created the Starke.In !
All Brand Name Phone 964-7271 but with no specific amounts", need for the position. other action at the Christmas, Merry Save Energy
of fuel mentioned. Chamber board meeting
Thursday, the board: With Books One Stop
-Was told by Co-Chairman
Package GoodsCALL Elzie Sander and Arthur FromDowntown Will Do It

Northeast Florida Bruno that the Christmas
parade will this
go on
AHEAD AND WE WILL HAVE EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES Saturday, Dec. 15, after being At Mike'sComplete
PHONE NUMBER Baker, Bradford cancelled due to cold, rainy Gainesville's
YOUR ORDER WAITING ON YOU weather last Saturday \
Clay, Columbia, Nassau, St. Johns and Union -Voted to purchase a calf ,
The Perfect Counties for a Calf Scramble winner Oldest
Gift whose calf died of heat Book Store

For exhaustion after the scramblethis Book Store ...
Most Every One PEEL OFF THESE EMERGENCY NUMBERS STICK ON PHONE year.
-Was told by Executive V-
EVERY
On Your Shopping List P John Myers that November EhESrr'AFoy A Fa 4TOBA000
MEDICAL EMERGENCY MEDICAL EMERGENCY BIP awards were given the JNC SyOP
Q\Q
new Starke KOA campgrounds
1-800-342-1516 PEEL 1-800-342-1516
LOUNGE OPEN and to Noegel's 301

11 AM 12 PM Sheriff 964.6161 OFF Sheriff 964.6161 Lounge.-Was told by Brian
Hamilton of Stump's 116SEU'- 372-440J
A QUIET ATMOSPHERETO BRADFORD COUNTY BRADFORD COUNTY Department Store that the MIKES OPEN MON.-FRI. 8 AM-9PM
opening of the new Bradford SAT 8AM-6PM
ENJOY YOURSELF IN Square Shopping Center has GAINESVILLE SUN, 1-6PM
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The women's-lib girls don'tlike Ueremberl3,1973 TELEGRAPH Pages I)
patronizing compliments.So V I Top gift I II
what do you say "You're Lake Butler Garage Space Needed
looking very equal today"? vye, I
star Bill Vaughn In Kgneee" city By Union Ambulance ServiceLAKE


3I BUTLER Mayor lights were approved in a
," I :f Margie Cason said Wed meeting some monlhs ago
x ? nesday morning that the City with 15 of the new illuminatorsto
Council will look at four Itemsof be erected each quarter
concern on their agenda for during the year.
the regularly scheduled Mayor Cason said erectionof
34' meeting to be held Wednesday the lights has been slowedto
4 night at 8 p,m. a standstill due to the
a, I Among the items the Mayor current 'strike of Florida
rAsk' s listed is a move by Union Power and Light employees
Ambulance Service to take up
I quarters within a garage
Charley i iE w space owned by the city in city
hall after the recent erectionof
i w+" ,t- a city works barn to house
E. "4i tip II
equipment previously storedin
2121272:121272:1211127'2127'I
the now unused garage.It .
Johns is expected that RichardK.
iT tb 'S Ft P''t w Rue, president of the
1r
i corporation, along with N
w/ 1f n a i)
. About This Question: County Commissioner and 4 ,
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Emergency Medical Care
Committee Chairman Gerald
"Christmas shopping, to a 'r;; %' s t .F Griffis, will attend the
merchant means a fully meeting in an effort to obtainuse
stocked store and extra risks. of the garage to house both

Does the Charley E. Johns -' ..- .,uwdewr +a' r1k rescue vehicles and an ad-
jacent room for offices and
Agency provide a free surveyof
Eighteen-year-old Rodman Reddish ran this car off US-301 Rhoden storage facility.
my insurance to adequately surveys scene as a
Other areas mentioned for
and into Alligator Creek Friday night. City Patrolman Scotty from the creek.
cover fire theft business the councils concern are
interruption fidelity additional street markers,
bonding and liability for (From Page 1)) Waldo Woman. Struck Bv Car. YOLK CROWNING GLORY funds for.the trades class at HIE love iii.ENTIRE gleaming FAMILY Marling will
Union County High School and
or u beautiful.. __ Elura. Wig.
customer injuries Sales on the east side of US- Chevrolet-$80, 1961 ,Ford Who 00 career If It ',,'Ip. you new street lights for the city's Christmas tree. lop oummentwhich
301. station wagon-$500, 1966 with following too closely. tackle holiday hosting with a streets. comes. from Gitrliiiiu' in
Churley E. The collision demolished the Dodge-$150. No charges were Damages to the Pontiac were carefree manner, then why Some 45 additional street H gift l>o\
front end of Duncan'sPlymouth made. '?

JOHNS AGENCY but the right front A 1973 Plymouth, driven by ,t:1r21: 272r212727'27'21' : : % '212721'12. ::7 tlbr7f 9r'' gr9tr'Rl'h97' l D' '.n'' 7''n'n'er7'n''TI,!.
headlight was still burning. Roger Randy Miller, Starke, -- - -- -- - vovvvv vaavv 'a -
131 SO WALNUT ST The five vehicles sustained collided with a 1972 Olds-
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PHONE 964-5O7O numerous amounts of mobile Sedan, driven by t : :: ftft
damages. The 71 Plymouth- Daniel Franklin Blount, '' ., ftft
$700,the 1965 Ford-l,200, 1964( Madison, while sliding on SR- = ftft
200, Dec. 7. Damages to the !
Olds were estimated at $100, ftft
according to Officer:: Rhoden's t ftft
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WEATHERSPECIAL Acres Robert, collided S. Roberts with, a Green 1969 I WrapUpThe 1// ftft J
Plymouth, driven by Willie B. ftft1 L
Brown, Starke, on US-301,
Dec. 8. Officer George ft!
Tomosovitch's report stated
that Roberts stated that while Gift ftft
I All Sprinklers traveling south on US-301, he :?
observed Brown pull out in
front t of him into the left of the ftft
& Hoses four lane highway, and stop to E Each Woman ftft I
make a left turn. Roberts 4 .. ftft
stated Brown did not give any o
signal, nor did he have any Desires
lights on. Brown stated he did t x
Now 15 % OffFor not cut into traffic nor did he ftft
fail to have lights on or give a
signal. Damages estimated to For Christmas I
ThatChristmas the Pontiac were $100 and $25 =
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to the Plymouth.
Color A 1966 Oldsmobile sedan, .. c;: ft*
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driven by Gary Walter Yoho, t I ( -<3- ft1ft
Keystone, collided with a 1970 : Vin'
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Myers Elliott, Gainesville e... ."'" '0:
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SEEDS FOR GREEN WINTER 1856. I r !! !

LAWNS & PASTURE America SOUTH FIRSTIn the first = *- New19735. .

Lb .37 50 Lb Bag $17.25 states to make Christmas a
legal holiday were in the
South. This was no doubt You Get TheFollowing DDt'
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because they were furthest 5188.
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HAMPTON AREA NEWSBy ******************* I o (oa UUL1JB( Bishop TannerAt


I This story, true or not is a St. Edward'sBishop
Fontaine -f.t good story It sounds familiar.
Josephine G .i A teenage son decided to leave
home and rented his own Paul Tanner Bishop
SENIOR> CITIZENS> FlU ENDS> Ali>I)NEIGHBORS Robby Spitze. Second -John O apartment on the other side of of the Diocese of St.
Francis and Brad Russell. UC town. Soon he realized it Augustine, will concelebrateMass
The regular meeting of the Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall Third Jimmy Forsyth and wasn't such a good Idea but and confer the
December Citizens was went to Valdosta, Ga. last Tammy Gosnell. Fourth 31I..t; ByAlonalUarchant he was afraid his parents Sacrament of the Con-
held 7. Plans were week to attend the funeral of a Lisa Carter, James Curtis j would not accept him back. He firmation at St. Edwards
made for the Christmas friend, Katie Wiseneaker. She and Danny Francis. Fifth J'tl.tCQ"pcQ # called his father on the phone Catholic Church on Tuesday,
Dinner to be held at the was the sister of Oscar Debbie Parmenter and Kenny .t and said: "Dad don't say Dec. 18, at 7:30: p.m.
Garden Restaurant December Copeland.If Clark. Sixth Barbara anything but I want to come All Catholics over the age of
20 at 5 After the business have Pearsall and Buster Bass. The Christmas Formal is The Council is considering
p.m. you birthday anniversaries StarkeOpportunities home. If you want me home 12, who have not been con-
meeting games were played or guests or have Mrs. Noel Silk's Kin- big talk with the girls at BHS. asking five dollars from each tie a rag to a branch of one of firmed may contact Fr.
and winners were Sarah been on a trip, leave your dergarten Class enjoyed a for Service: Questions like Who are you club, the money to be used in the trees in the front yard. If I James Cregan at 9C4-6155 if
Taylor Florence Schaub news at the Hampton General birthday party honoring Sunday Sunday School, taking? What are you going to benefiting the student body of see the rag when I am going to they desire to receive this
Frances Wadsworth Ruddy Store or mail it to me at the Edgar Farfan's Sixth Birthday 9:45: ; Morning Worship at 11; wear? What color is your Bradford High. The Council Is work tomorrow on the bus I sacrament.
DeWaters Bill Schaub and Hampton Post Office. last Friday. Edgar's sermon: "Is Christmas dress? is all you hear. It also considering a scholarship will know. Bye." He hung
Josephine Fontaine. The door parents hosted the party when Believeable?"; Youth Hand really puts you in the spirit for fund for further education of a before his father could reply.up

prize was won by Sarah SCHOOL,NEWS> games were played. Each bells 5 p.m.; Church Christmas.The selective high school senior. The next day he was on the
Taylor. Next meeting will be child was presented with Training 6:15: ; Evening formal dance will be bus as he came near his home Dick ins
Friday Dec. 21, when officers Rick Ezzell's Physical candy-filled favors which Worship, 7:30: Christmas held at the Starke Golf and The first BHS Invitation he realized that he
will be elected for the Country Club Dec. 19, from Forensic Tournament was a Just
coming Education Classes are run- came from Nicaragua Cantata "Night of Miracles" couldn't look. So he tol Classic
year. ning a variety of Christmas Edgar's former home. combined Youth and Church 8:30: till midnight. The formalis tremendous success. Record older man who sat next to him
Tournaments. Here are some Mrs. Carol Shield's Fifth Choirs. sponsored by the Junior breaking attendance was his and the older
BIRTHDAYS of the winners: Grade Class is busy practicinga Monday Youth Choir Women of the Woman's Club. reported with 204 participating agreed story to look for the rag.man As TelevisedDec.
Everyone invited should be from 22 schools, and
Tetherball Tourney: Third Christmas play entitled Practice 7 p.m. the bus passed his home the
Johnny Williamson was 11 Grade Winners Steve Spell "Amahl and the NightVisitors" Tuesday Crusader and sure to bring your invitationwith close to 150 other people. old said
man nothing. The.boy
years old December 8. He is and Jim Forsyth. Fourth The entire school Carol Choir Practice you to the formal dance. Despite the horrible
; thought all was lost. "No 1 3
the of Mr. and Mrs. Grade will weather which caused some rag .
son Dennis Waters and enjoy seeing the results of Crusader and Carol Choir Bell on the tree" he said. The
Delmar Williamson. The Journalism Club is problems, thanks to the
Debbie Waters. Fifth Grade- this practice next Tuesday. Practice; G.A.Wednesday older man waited for what
Robert Yeager and Eric;: The Bradford High School Churchwlde selling 50-cent raffle tickets devoted efforts of many BHS seemed like and Charles Dickens' "The
ANNIVERSARIES> > Carroll. Sixth Grade Yulie Chorus is scheduled to en- Christmas Covered Dish for a 20 pound turkey. The students and faculty members an eternity Cricket on the Hearth," an
Kirchaine and Dale Bradley. tertain the Hampton students Supper at Woman's Club, 6:30.: club will put out the second BHS student par- finally father replied has: "Young a tied man to, hour-long live-action musical
Mr. and !Mrs. Niles Scott Jump The creek (Running next Monday.The Guest Speaker: Foreign issue of the Campus Crier ticipants came out on top with your tree in the front rag special, will be broadcast
celebrated their 19th Broad Friday and it will sell for 10 more awards than any other every yard. Dec.
an- Jump): schoolrooms and Missionary, Larry Ingram This was how the father Thursday 13, from 8 to 9
niversary with friends at a Kindergarten-Amy Clark. hallways are beginning to looka missionary to Hong Kong. cents. school. convinced his son that he p.m. on Channel 4.
dinner in Gainesville. First Timmy Fessler and lot like Christmas. The Thursday-Visitation,7 p.m. Congratulations to Diane loved him. God did not tie Jacksonville.The .
DCT Yawn 1st ragson
students have also been The Organization is Oratory Bobby
Chocolate Jenkins 1st trees. He hung His Son on a
Bars Oral Interpretation
practicing Christmas music. selling with -
Ben P. Bryant pastor. cross. story is Dickens at his
Christmas vacation for Almonds to raise money for James Chandler3rd best and
God brings to life all of his
Yes, truly cares.
KEYSTONE MELROSE school students will begin on the DCT members. Each bar Oral Interpretation, Julie wonderful characters
Dec. 20. sells for 60 cents. Griffin 2nd Best Speaker '. Fr. James Cregan the Christmas of during
season 1845
E. LawsonEwell Award, Julie Griffin and i
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Business The Bradford FFA Chaptershave Brian Patray 3rd Debate, _
DirectoryFISHERMAN'S Pine; Level planted rye grass in Darla Christopher 3rd Extemporaneous Aim at heaven and you will
Lawson, 65, of Starke. front of the BHS school and Speaking and get earth thrown in. Aim at Music for the numerous
Ha ft list; ChurchFour a retired meat cutter, diedFriday are going to landscape the Becky Brown from the Middle earth and you get neither. c songs and dances in this
HARDWARE Dec. 7, in Bradford new school buildings for School for 3rd Oratory. S. Lewis, Mere holiday special is derived
Chrlstl.nltyIM.emltl.n
miles west of Starke on County Hospital after an Building Our American from the melodies of Johann
SUPPLIES GARDENSlim's SH-100. Church phone extended illness. A native of Community (BOAC) Project.All < ) Strauss, Jr.
9646490. Parsonage, 9646407. Dothan, Ala., he had been a House wives are
Sunday Bible School, 10a.m. resident of Starke for many Spanish Club membersare urged to shop around
Worship years, served on the City for food bargains but
HARDWARE Sunday Morning to pay a sum of one dollarif
'; vi\\ct1e! 10:59: ; Sunday Evening Commission and was a you wish to attend the that would be going
AND Training, 6 p.m. Sunday member of the Madison Street Spanish Club Banquet, Dec. against a tradition PRINTINGCall
Fish-'N'-Stuff GARDEN CENTER Evening Worship, 7 p.m. Baptist Church. 18, held at the Holiday Inn. which began when Eve
Live nail Wednesday Evening Surviving is his wife, Mary, Please turn your money in to took the first apple she
{'rickets-Shinnl'rs.Worms r1 complete line ofMOORE IIdw. Worship, 7:30: Choir of Starke; two sons, Ewell, Glenda Epps before Dec. 17. was offered & @ '
Minnows BENJAMIN: : :\ P.\I'IiTS: Rehearsal, 8:30. Jr., of Fort Walton Beach, andJ. No money will be acceptedafter # ?
Plumbing&Electrical Supp. Thursday Visitation 7 p.m. R. (Jim) Lawson, of that date. New
T\'KI.E-IUDS-HEELS GrOoTone Fertill.ll"rs. Sunday Evening Teen Starke; four brothers II. A., The Spanish Club 3
F'ISIIING&HUNTING: Insecticides Singers practice, 5 p.m. Marvin, and James Lawson challenges all other clubs and EntertainmentFeaturing 964-6305
UCEXSES-I\\I\IUII: : > : I.umber& Building Materials Teen School Prayer all of Starke; and William classes to a five dollar
ICE IIwy. 2111>.200())ds From light Meeting, 8 a.m. Tuesday Lawson, Auburndale; four donation for the Richard
Keystone IIltts. 0173.01357 Keystone lleighls473.3661; across from high school on sisters, Mrs. J. C. Turlingtonand Crews Kidney Fund. All
301. Bring your Bible. Mrs. J. C. Duke both of donations will be received by .

Auburndale; Mrs. Dave President Pete Puckett.A : I 111
CAMP TRAILERS TELEVISION-AIR C Swindell, Lakeland, and Mrs.A. IlIu.I'J J.a'jl!

Madison Street B. Woodham, Jacksonville; Battle of Basketball will

ROBBIE'S CAMP and three grandchildren. be played by the WAPE Disc Nashville >tFriday
TV & 1 ATHEISPPLIANCE JJlIfJtsI; Church Funeral services were heldat Jockeys vs. Starke For That
3 p.m. Sunday in the
TRAILER SALES Businessmen at the BHS Gym -Saturday
Madison Street
Quasar Sunday School, 9:45 Baptist Dec. 14 at 7:30.: The money Nighti.Mill
: a.m.; Church with Rev. Denton
Safely-Low Gas-C.G. T\-STEHEO Morning Worship at 11 ; Sumrall conducting. In- will be donated to the Richard Fryers Hew R.ase' SpecialOccasion
Price and{:ators on lot {',\ItANDPOItTABLE Church Training 6:15: ; WMU terment was in the family plotin Crews Kidney Fund-so please "L."s Sing Song
Ill Low Exclusive Prayer Circle 7:15: ; Evening Lake come and see the game. Tog.th' Crosby Cemetery
TAPE DECKS Admission is $1 for adults and
Towing Insurance Worship, 7:30.MONDAY: under direction of DeWitt C.
JAMES: W. Commercialand 50 cents for students. and
IUHH'IiSO\l: :\ Residential Acteens, 5:30: Jones Funeral Home.
PROP p.m.; Youth Choir, 7 p.m.;
Air "I Love acing AroundYou"
:3.5 J Miles I S, of Keystone. Conditioning Young Married Bible Study, The FBLA is helping the '
0175-203. SAI.ES&I SEn\'ICE' 7:30.: :' H. H. JonesHenry Richard Crews Fund with You ''want it to be "a perfect
KEYSTONE: ;
473-4651 of "The Battle ofBasketball"
TUESDAY Bible Study, 10 publicity to be held Friday ENTERTAINMENT.NIOHTSAWEEK. wedding? Set the tone from the

AUTO SERVICE a.m.WEDNESDAY Family Hampton (Hamp) night at the Gym.It .. .... ...... .......... .... start with quality invitations, announcements i
Night, 6:39: ( p.m.; Preteen Jones of Starke, died Wednesday seems that the FBLA
KEYSTONE ShellLreekerSerice Bible Study Prayer Meeting, Dec. 5, at the home of members have really been on EVERY WEDNESDAYIS and stationery. Come .

Ray's 7:30: ; Adult Choir, 8:30.: his daughter, Mrs. Gertrude the ball this year. They have DANCE CONTEST NIGHT see our tasteful selection and consult \

AUTO SERVICE1. THURSDAY Youth Bible Vaughan, in Jacksonville, really helped in every way ..........................: I with .
." monitor channel: C.U. Study 8 p.m. where he had lived for the past they could to get things going. our experts.
eight years.A The Student Council has ."
Front End Aligmnent 2111I18. ; 1e 11 Denton Sumrall, Pastor native of Starke he was a also been in action for student Bobby'sHideaway We're Wedding Specialists i
Speed Wheel Balancing SERVICE rl-'tt/; 4 retired employee of the government first by offering r
AI AAA Georgia-Southern Railroad, bills to amend the school
Air Conditioning Serslce I Keystone BRADFORD COUNTY and a Baptist. constitution, second by Bradford County
nay Call 473.3083 SCHOOL MENU Surviving are a stepdaughter helping the National Honor
Brake Service :Sights 0157.2838 Mrs. Rosa Bell Society organize the 301 SOUTH
MONDAY: Tomlinson, of Starke; three basketball game for the WALDO TELEGRAPH
Lubrll'atlon.il Change JOHNSON AUTO Hamburger on bun stepsons, Howard Cooper, Richard Crews Fund.
TUNE-UP Lettuce Tomato, Pickles Starke; Luther Cooper Plant
Tune l'p Buttered green peas City and Richard Cooper, .
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General; RepairingGaxlyear Fruit cup Miami; seven grandchildren, soa*="ot Tires Engines Rebuilt CookieMilk 12 great-grandchildren, and
:\Iinor Machine Shop Work .
one greatgreatgrandchild.Funeral
Automatic Tranbmisslon- services were held SALE SALE SALEMustan
Air Conditioning TUESDAY at 2 p.m. Friday in Jones
I 181k. E.OIf 21 and 1 Blk. Tires Batteries
Bologna cupMacaroni Memorial Chapel with J. C.
:N.Off lUll( :\Ion..rl. 7ltAM-6PM: : :
and cheese Brown and J. E. Sherwood,
KEYSTONE: IIGTS. -17:1-4052: Sat. 7:30-1 PMI..IKEGENFA'A :
Orange juiceBlackeyed ministers conducting. In-
; : ; $17:1-1117: peas terment was in Santa Fe ,

Peach half Cemetery near Hampton. | MOBILE HOMES

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Richard T. Loyorn "Veil'sReal WEDNESDAYPizza: ; feel Grandfather right at home would and I in k 1650 North Temple Ave. Open 9 A.M. Til DarkSun
oseat
the era
Estate Broker Beauty Style Shop Lettuce salad with tomato shoulder belts. He knew U.S. 301 North P.M. TIL Dark
Green beansPineapple what it was to hitch up
LAKE PROPERTIES "For lovelier upside down cake for a ride to town.
RESIDENTIAL y ou" Milk *

BUSINESS-ACREAGE Phone 175-2211,. We never minded the Yov .
CHRISTMAS: VACATION treadmill race against
INSURANCE Bt'lwl'l'n r From All of Us, "Merry Inflation and taxes so MUs, Q atla'\\V

Keystol1l'lIgh.1733251 Keystone Christmas To( All." much but we kind of ..\... of THES U
-I7J-.I6I2: 1It'lltht'l "';r' object to trying to run sELL r\OM T
Celia Tl"r"illc'gar !1I..1-5113. \lplrO'ie: up a down escalator.
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:\ or society or Stsles! and '\CCl'ssorlesH'\ OF THANKS:\ FOR THE i 1

Hesld..ntial.\ppralsers "'or The Complete \ WHOLEFAMILY
Roman V. The kindness of friends and
SersingThlsArea I For lI"y. ZI Between neighbors in my recent sorrow \,
2fi fears will always remain as a
& :Melrose
Keystone 7 7Irs.
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:ylelballgen 0173-4711)) 17Z"1l l.iIrs. precious memory. My sincere
:\ .lolores.ilmore -I73-IIiOO: ; I IIrs. thanks and gratitude to all for
:\ .Joanne(;assett 475.1622 those many comforting acts. BOOTS
:\Ir. Leslie Robinson 473-11I:13: -Mrs. Lillian Wilhelm. Ml un
CONTRACTORS -,
HOMES ACREAGE ,
RENTALS CARD OF THANKS Handbags

(Office ho".a73-4816 Triangle "n '.
We are sincerely grateful to( Wallets M1
friends and neighbors for their
Fill Dirt Enterprise, Inc. many kind acts of sympathy -if.
100 STYLES OF WESTERNAND
GEII>ERALCONTRACTORS during our sad bereavementin rrif.
Beach Sand -Licl"nsPd.lnsurPd the loss of our husband and MODERN BELTS IN ale
Featuring father. SIZES 18 TO 56 MADE OF \

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017:1-33'2: adequately expressed. OBTAINABLE JUSTIN "Boss" ''Manager"MerryChristmasFromMustang'
Tractor \\ork St.Rd.21N. Mrs. Edna Crawford and son INDIAN MOCCASINS
P.O. Box 6.37 James ,..

Land Cleared WESTERN SHIRTS -
I Bell Electric Co. CARD OF THANKSTo > -

Hank Bruning ...,amC'SW.Ut'II.0wner all our friends for all the CARRADINESLeather
prayers kindnesses and I

P,0, BOX .fI :I '= Commercial Residential their flowers.prayers To all and Clergymen sympathy for in Shop

Repairs our bereavement and loss four 1 MILE SOUTH ON U. S. 301
Phone 473-4761 fll'ctricaIFlxtllr... beloved daughter Caroie LAWTEY FLA.

Lake Geneva Keystone Hgts. 473.360'l Ann McKinney Barnes.W PHONE 782-34OO .
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New Model For Popular Matador Series HOME NOTES- Kathy Brown HOME NOTESFROM when it is full.U--
The 4-H program in Typical Wattagesof Kitchen
Bradford County is moving Appliances Baker (portable)
I 9PH ji'' IUI right along. The Hampton YOUR EXTENSION HOME 800-100 watts -- Bottle
fIii1iMi4PirRnhiJvTilfl'fl 9ffl? Community Club has 10 4-H ECONOMICS AGENTI I ;,- '. Warmer 95 watts Broiler-
project groups meeting now 1! Rotisserie 1320-1650 watts
with 40 members. Recently, Iti. Casserole 1350 watts Clock
the 4-H Club elected officers: BY KATHY BROWN -1 watt Coffee Maker 440-
President Harold Waters Jr., 1000() watts -- Coffee Grinder
Vice-President Joe Meng, 1350 watts Corn Popper 150
I } t tI Secretary Connie Tanner, in the process of organizing under the broiler. Place foodsin less electricity than range watts Deep Fat Fryer 1350
I Treasurer David Manning, project groups and has 29 4- the oven the moment the surface units and ovens. watts. Egg Cooker- 500 \watts
I and Reporter Jane Kirchame. H'ers on its roll. desired temperature is Refrigerators, Freezers -Electric Roaster- 1650 watts
Hampton 4-H Club will have If your child is interested in reached. However, some Make sure refrigerator or Rood Blender- 230-250 watts
its Christmas Party participating in a 4-H Club foods don't need preheatedovens. freezer door sea Is are airtight. Heated Tray 500 watts -
December 20, with a weiner contact me or Mr. Bobby Open the oven door Defrost the refrigerator when Ice Cream Freezer 115 watts
roast as the main attraction. Taylor to sign up. New club only when necessary during the ice coating on the cooling Knife Sharpener- 103 watts
The Lawtey Community 4-H members are welcome in any cooking. Use correct tem- unit is about 1-4 inch thick Mixer 100 watts Radio -
Club is also organized with of the Community Clubs. Also, peratures when cooking. Turnoff Always close the refrigeratorand 100 watts -Refrigerator
five project leaders, In nine 4- if you are interested in the oven as soon as you get freezer door as soon as watts Refrigerator-Freezer
z H project areas, and 30 working with your people as a through. Avoid using the oven you get what you need. Avoid 300( watts Sandwich Grill -
; members. The new Lawtey 4- project leader, helping themto for small jobs like making overloading your refrigerator 660-800 watts-Saucepan 1000
? w4, H officers are: President Joy learn about subjects toast. Be sure food is cool before watts Skillet 1100 watts -
Redding, Vice-President ranging livestock to child When cooking on surface refrigerating. Putting too Toaster up to 1150 watts -
Jeralme Andrews, Secretary care, contact me to learn the units, use utensils with flat much warm food in the Waffle Iron up to 1100 watts -.
Denise Brewer, and Reporter details. bottoms and tight fitting refrigerator at one time may Warmer (rolls, etc) 310
....-. .. --- Cindy Bunnell. The next 4-H The energy crisis and covers. Avoid using un- raise the temperature to watts
American Motors' elegant new optional fort and items. Roof colors meeting will be January 9. steadily rising fuel and utility dersized pans on your surface unsafe levels. Keep clean the
appearance The Starke 4-H girls Club is costs have made families unit. Match pan size to condenser coils at the back or
D/L Formal Window Package, offered exclusively offered black white butt REMEMBER THAT PEAK:
are brown, or also in full swing. There are extremely interested in waysto element size. bottom of your refrigerator
on the 1974 Matador Broughamcoupe green: with stainless steel belt and B pillar four 4-H project leaders conserve energy and trim Check the color of the flame Dusty condenser coils cut HOURS FOR ENERGY USE:
gets a smile of approval from secretary. molding accenting the vinyl. Other features working with 22 4Hers. monthly fuel bills. Here are a when cooking with gas. A blue down the efficiency of the IN:THE 4 }HOME. and ARE BETWEEN ; -.
,Janis Boettcher few for flame efficient fuel refrigerator,so they should be p m 8pm
means
(insert) The special Thursday December 13, will suggestions efficiency
of the D/L option include a 360 CID WITH THE HEAVIEST USE;
Matador D/L model will go on sale in early be their Christmas Party. The in the kitchen. consumption; a yellow flame cleaned at least once a year OCCURRING
January in eight cities: Detroit, Atlanta, two-barrel V-8 engine, automatic transmis- officers of the Starke 4-H Club Range and Cooking Appliances means poor fuel consumption. with a vacuum or cleaner ABOUT 7 p.m.
Boston. Chicago, Dallas, Los New sion, variable ratio power steering, power are planning to ride in the -Try to cook all foods Use electric frying pans, attachment. For more information ?
York and Angeles, disc brakes, AM/FM stereo radio, air con- Starke Christmas Parade for a meal, in one area of the broilers and rotisseries when Dishwashers- Run the dishwasher contact your County Extension .
Philadelphia. in the They generally use if you have one, onlv Office.
The Brooker 4-H Club is also range-on top oven or possible.
The package features unique, fixed four- ditioning with tinted glass in all windows,
sided rear quarter windows trimmed with AMC's light and visibility groups, spoke- -
narrow bright surround moldings, padded style wheels, radial tires and individual
vinyl! top, plus numerous mechanical, com reclining front seats.


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night, he disappeared into the underworld in the west. In the underworld was another
Nile River. The ruler of the underworld had the sun's boat pulled along this river
until at last it crossed the horizon and rose again.




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Pa lie K TELEGRAPH Uecrmherl7,1971" : : ,

Checking; Stations- to Close JUKsssssssssssssttssstt, sttsti RMC Jaycees Remodeling

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Dec. 15 in Most Hunt Areas Offices For New DoctorLAKE


As part of the Game and Northeast Region public hunt '-'" Higgins said the men felt a
Fish areas, : Camp Blending BUTLERAnew painters, electricians
Fresh Water Commission's except h penters deep concern for the com
recently adopted will close one-half hour after !!r"k'h'y, sYi4d physician is coming to town plumbers,and one or munity and although most are
energy and financial resource sunset on Dec. 15. and people here are trying to two helpers from the Jaycee from different areas of the
conservation program, all According to Maj. Larry make\ sure that all is ready for organization that is providingthe state they like to consider the
checking stations in the Martin, Northeast Regional ; Dr. Masqud Mohamadi when labor to refurbish offices community as partly their
Manager for the Commission, n his practice opens adjacent to and examination rooms for own.)
closing the checking stations 6 Dr. Bruce Goldstein's the new physician. "These 'men are looking
will in no way alter the open National Health Service Clinicin Chaplain Ralph }Higgins forward to doing things in and
I hunting season. He said en I the old King Memorial from HMC came before the for Lake Butler Higgins said.
forcement and game Hospital Building Board of County Commissioners County CommissionerGerald ;
management activities on the King Memorial, at the during their Griffis Js supervisingthe
areas would be continued on corner of N. W. 1st Street and meeting this past Tuesday and project both as a county
! their regular operating basis. Lake Avenue, usually is quiet told the Board that his men commissioner and chairmanof
Marlin said while the and dark over the weekend. were wanting badly to do
County's
Union Emergency
17GA! ;It operation of the checking This past weekend the usual public service work in Lake Medical Care Committee.;
," '- desirable it > rule broken Butler.
-
-- stations was was M was and the said that the
Griffis new
I far from essential during the rtC building was a beehive of Higgins told the group of
physicianwillmeanabroaderfield
i...t latter portion of hunting activity. commissioners that the men, of medical surgical, and
It QfU .t season. The stations are At 7 a.m. Saturday morninga 140 in all, represented all the obstetrical service for Lake
provided as a public service to white van pulled up in front skilled trades and although
and Union
Butler County as a
CB.JLB
!2 allow hunters to buy permits, r Y, lyyal of the building and out they have done many public whole. Griffis, too, was on
, obtain regulations and in jumped twelve volunteer service jobs in the past they hand early to get the workmen
2 Inspiring Worship limited cases check their workmen from the Reception' have not had an opportunityas started and to keep them
Services harvest. Martin added, and Medical Center's group of yet to do work in Lake
11::041( a.m.l\1t-ssagp however, "At this time in the iv i. IS Jaycee's. There were car- ]Butler. supplied
"1'1 Christmas! season 99 percent of the
Kelieveablc hunters who would utilize one ,;.. ,,, ,r'a; v y r .....- ---- -- _._- .. .. --------- --
;Matthew 1:18-25: : of the functions of the stations 4
have already done so." 4
7:30: p.m. Martin said closing the e
('hrislmasCanlataIlyartheGrcalTmuh stations would represent a i.r. a
savings in excess of $3,000 in ,' *
and Adult Choirs siiifj; the Northeast Region alone
":\.IGIIT MIRACLES": making the money availablefor e9d
activities of much greater
\011"ill find a warm need. The Camp Blanding
welcome at stations will remain open only' Singer Mary Ann Vaughan will be back at the Holiday Inn Lounge for another engagement
First! Baptist Church because hunters are requiredto beginning December: 14 through January 1. The guitarist-singer performed first last summer O
check in and out daily, and has recently been pleasing audiences on the week-end. Mary Ann !lives in Jacksonville acid g
CallIIFfi5fi2! / Martin said. in addition to music is interested in drawing and painting as well as horseback riding.
for Transportation!

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Morning Worship 11,a'clock, --=- Culvert Policy Sought By UC Holida
Church Training 6:IS p.m When in World War II, the
Evonfig! Worship' -7:30: p.m. aircraft carrier Lexington -
The Church With a Heart, was torpedoed, the sailorson LAKE BUTLER When for installing the culvert so the county from State Tractor
I n t the I least of Slarke" board filled containers the rains come and the waters that the landowner could get and Equipment Co. of
Ben P. Bryant with ice-cream before flee rise,who buys the culvert that on and off his property without Jacksonville which bid the Gift
Pastor ing the ship. Maybe they allows Union County residentsto having to drive through a equipment at $21,270.
William George were looking for icecreambombs. drive with relative ease water filled drainage ditch to.
Minister Music/ onto their property? do so. -Approved both October
-- Does the county pay or the Griffis on the other hand felt and November bills presentedto 5 a" er
landowners? Is there a policy that unless the house was the Board by Union Am-
that the county pays for half being built some distance bulance Service. October'sbills
the expense and the lan- from the roadway that the had gone unpaid by the -fron'OUP
GAINESYILLEusinessDirectory downer the other half? landowner should be requiredto Board due to the lack of a \
The Board of County purchase his own culvert written report being filed by
and that the county works
Commissioners, in an effort to the volunteer agency.
establish a definite policy] department would install it.
found they weren't really sure Woodmgton, as well as Refused all bids for a uaiBread ,
when the question arose several county residents, years supply of limerock for
Tuesday in the midst of a day asked the question, "What use in the county and agreedto
long agenda that saw as much difference is there whetherthe call for more bids.
AUTO SALES conflict over the steel pipes as road runs into the property
water running through them. 10 feet or 100?" -Tabled a request from the
For some time in the county The Board decided that Board of Trustees of Union
CARS CARS there have been people who landowners would be required General Hospital for paymentof
.f4 DEPENDABLE TRANSPORTATION have had culverts installed to furnish their own culvertsin insurance monies by the >fTeJ <3ift wrapped!
when they built a road leading the future and that if Board on the hospital
r. PLUS 30 DAY WARRANTY from a county maintained possible they would be able to building. This subject was b4.s e.t.s
; \ ON MOST CARS road into their property. On purchase them at a savings by tabled due to a lack of in "
the other hand there have buying them at the same bid formation and the absence of treat $3. S-O To 0.00'
OWNED Be OPERATED been those that purchased the price as the county purchasedthem any of the Trustee's at the '
culverts from the county, at for; if there are no exceptions meeting. & O
BYA STARKE MAN
to the rule.
county cost or in some cases
with the county sharing half In other action the Board: In a final gesture that can (navteCexr J...;JLA
.archant Auto Sales the expense of the pipe to shed -Listened to two visitors only be termed [in accordancewith ) p.dRSJ
GAINESVillE water along the county from the North Central the holiday spirit the X\
maintained highways and Florida Regional Planning Board agreed to write off rjuncKies Sff CW
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1636 S E 3RD AVE M byways.Recently. Council and Division of State some $1,194 worth of bills $=*
it was decided that Planning. Executive Director presented from Lake Butler BaoVss\ 3Jp
MARCHANT WilL for the North Central Fla. Medical the National
there would be no such Group Herb
! Charles Justice and Health Service Clinic Ga.t'de" Seeds \ 1 H
TREAT YOU RIGHT practices allowed, or at least group as \105
Charles Carl ton from the state uncollectable. The bills
not basis,
on a regular or
I I \l'TO' S.\J.ES SEIU'ICE BRASINCTONBlount perhaps with just a few ex: office came before the Boardto represent some 82 different N'a.t(,ra.\\ "oile\ 'eies
, ceptions..or? Woodingtonsaid discuss the advantages of accounts that far one reasonor "
I every
Pontiac op
C'\ILL\C-OLnS\IOBILE: that he felt that if the membership in the regional another have gone unpaid. 5 e4sonin9s Conk meots .
S.I.ES& SERVICE o.
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", landowner was building a (f
'ineselt'ctionofUfiedCars home in the adjacent to -Accepted the low bid to 4V O
BLGt Sr Takt'nOII'allillacTrades" a county county maintained and specifications for purchase of Temper is a valuable .?'ill, your own basket\ )'2.0 NW S Q.
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A. DeArmond already, without formal approval Cason said, "there Is only one help defray their In
of the Board, to try and boiler and one thermostat for expense some 5,623 gallons of regular gallons of fuel in last months 31.89 cents per gallon Including -
getting themselves
LAKE BUTLER The shortage manage the allocation of fuelson the entire building and if you classmates to and their gasoline for all 14 buses they total use was purchased from taxes or a base price
of gasoline in the current which the school system as want heat in one room you classes. and from school Gulf allows the Coastal Oil Distributor James cost to the schools of 23.89>>
energy crisis has posed some a whole is dependent, not only must heat the entire Tylk said that while he had an approximate 3,000 Wilson at.32 per gallon cost to cents per gallon.
., d very tough questions in a lot of for heating purposes but for building." Cason said that the assumed that the all of gallons per month and last the school which represents The bus that has been
areas, not the least of whichare transportation.Cason same situation existed in the whom boys month actually supplied some the eight cents per gallon state cancelled between Starke and
school systems located said that all extra county courthouse, and with a would inform are 16 to 17 years old, 3,735 gallons of fuel before tax exemption the Board Is Lake Butler will save some
across the nation, with par- curricular activities requiring smile said Union may have to the change, he their had parents of they were unable to supply entitled to. Gulf prices, when I.otio gallons per school yearon
received
ticular emphasis on the school buses for tran- change School Board some calls i from more. The remaining 1,888 fuel is available, are regularly the fuel allotment.for .
smaller rural school districts sportation have been can- meetings to daylight hours in angry at the move and parents the ,.- .- I
like Union County. celled unless they are activities order to save on the fuel. lack of notification the
While the Union County which are contractedfor The kindergarten located at school by .
that the bus servicewas ;
School Board has not as yet such as away basketball Lake Butler ElementarySchool being cancelled."On t+ CQRRKCTIONAL niC'v
finalized its plans to meet the games and other activities of also poses a problemwith "
PEItHgCT ACCENT; toil new current crisis School this type. regard to keeping the said, "the the other boys hand have Tylk been ; 1i' : TRAINING [INSTITUTE' 11! O/
holiday clothe<<: and r pp. Superintendent James Cason "We have had to start unit heated and adequatelywarm. twisting % .
dully the return of the Mark III said this week that he turning the heat on in the Within the unit the sometime to our drive arms to and from for W /# h-
lreo for hopes to have the schools an hour later and children primarily on the THE
s evening ii in u new plan ready play class in their own cars and EXPANDING COfiaLCTIOMAL If ri=lZON
group of handbag and belts for presentation to the Board extinguishing the boilers floor, a tile floor, and there is since the class has dwindled to
railed Melange from the Mi.r- during their regular Tuesday earlier in the day. only a wall type space heater such small proportions,
'rU Monliowilx collection for meeting. Middle School poses a fired by propane to keep them discussed it and made the we
''MM..' Gown by Gino l'u(li. Steps have been taken serious heating problem," warm. change although it only savesus

Cason, along with Union about l-30th of our yearly r Nf 1 rr ,
County High School Principal allotment." \ "'"
James Tylk have already r: r 'N r 3 u t
Another area that parents of
Our attacked the problem of tryingto the youngsters being tran- t,
depositorsdeserve save on the school's mon- sported in private cars have
thly gasoline allocation from not been informed of is the
their distributor Gulf Oil. fact that the school's in-
The school bus that used to surance carrier Cotton States
our loyalty. ply its way daily between Insurance Company has a
Lake Butler and Starke with non-owner clause in the in-
students attending the Starke surance policy. School I
it. Vocational I Center has been Business Manager Bill White
They get stopped for more than two said, however, should an
weeks. accident occur the primary Six State Prison EmJlo"eesComplete
The 11 students that were insurance responsibility for
riding the bus to the medical bills and property
Florida National Banks.FLORIDA mechanics classes being held damages will fall on the
160-Hour
at the Vocational Center are shoulders of the car owners' Training
now being conveyed by two of insurance company with
their classmates in the anything not covered by the
youngsters' private cars, a owners' policy being taken Six employes of Florida Administration, Correctional their participation in the
BANK AT STARKE B"; 1962 Chevrolet and a 1967 care of by the insurance State Prison have successfully Operations, and Human computer assisted training
Jplfei,'ion at Clark Street Telephone.964.7050 Buick. Tylk said that the carrier of the school board. completed an intensive 160- Relations at the Correctional program, developed by the
school was paying the young Last month's figures indicate hour resident training Training Institute, Raiford. Division of Corrections to
entrepreneurs$10 per week to that the school used program in Correctional Those completing the upgrade capabilities and

.. .. .. .. .. course were Kenneth Shuford effectiveness of existing
,. .- - - - Charles A. Dent, Leroy and to train and
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Michael L. Norman ana
qualify new needed
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Lealand H, Cady (pictured achieve standards manpowerto lor
above from left); and Hugh C.
treatment, control and
Power, Jr., not in photograph. habilitation.The .
Commencement exercises
SANTA
Suggests were held on Nov. 16 with O. J.
Keller, Secretary of Health
and Rehabilitative Services, resident training
and Louie L. Wainwright, program is the first phase of a
:' :'"s Director of the Florida 320 hour) training program for

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b principal speakers.The hour phase of Technical
S employes also received Training at Florida State
i nine semester credits from Prison, which is conducted by
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The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven

Tornado Rebound
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Wagers
Page 10 TELEGRAPH December: 13.1973 -,





Union BasketballersGo I With Two Straight WinsBy


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Larry Ogles by Four other Bradford cagers Up until then the only again for BHS with a jump
double and all from BHS was from BAKEKGAIME
were in figures scoring
shot but his effort
64-51 By PKYIn Bradford varsity Cagershad had 12 points. Abie Williams one basket each by Golden, followed by two Buchholz was Led by Curtis White at the
a good week with two Alvaughn Golden, Donnie Hampton, and Sewell. baskets which put the Bobcats post, Bradford High explodedfor
wins, one last Friday night 62- Sewell and Elva Hampton all Bradford struck back back in front, this time 2218. 24 points in the second
54 against Madison then 70-60 totaled 12 points from six field quickly hitting four straight Sewell again came up with a quarter Friday night to out-
each. Sheldon baskets, the first a jump shot
Tuesday night goals Hodge
against shot but Buchholz the Madison
jump was scrap visiting
added points to the by Sewell then a hook by
Buchholz.The seven
Conference WinUnion still in front 22-20 with 3:35: left Cougars 62-54.
Madison game was Tornado effort. White. in the half.Seesaw Curtis White paced the
the free throw line The last two shots consistedof
From
Dined at the Bradford gym scoring by both Tornadoes with 19 points,
and the Buchholz game 'S in BUS) was the brightest of the a 10 foot shot by Hampton teams kept the gap the same while Alvaughn Golden
County cagers edged quarter the Tigers had a Tigers outrebounded the Gainesville. Now the Tornadoes two teams. BHS hit 72 percentof then a break lay up by Goldento and BUS went into the locker contributed 12 points and Abie
64.51 Gainesville's cushion of before have a 2-1 record in the the 14 shots totaling 10. put BUS in front 14-12
by P. K. 23 points the Wave 51 44. rooms at halftime losing 2826. Williams 11 for the Tornadoesto
Yonge to win the first Wave put on the power to drop young season, the loss coming Buchholz hit six of 12 for 50 before the first period ended. A shot by Sheldon Hodge even their mark at 11. It
Suwannee Conference match the margin to 10, then back to Lake Butler's Tigers were from the opening game percent.Sewell. Williams went to the charity'line opened second half scoring was Madison's first game of
up for both teams in 13 before the game ended. idle Tuesday but will play against Baker County The and Williams were for two BHS points after a and that tied the game again, the season.
Gainesville Friday night. "We did what we wantedto tomorrow night in Lake Butler Wildcats edged BUS 52-50 in right behind White in the basket by Bobcat Warren 28-28. Long( shooter Yarlett While the Tornadoes won in
The game left the Tigers ," said Tiger Head Coach against tough Baker already Macclenny. rebounding department as Jackson which kept BHS in retaliated with a 20 foot( shot a convincing manner,
with a perfect 2-0 record( while Jimmy Thomas. "We had to Baker County has Sewall got 11 and Williams front two points, 16-14. and all of a sudden Buchholzwas Bradford was outscored in all
the Blue Wave went on the control the boards and make beaten Bradford High's nine. Buchholz did most of its in front 30-28, and of but the second quarter of play.
losing side of a 1-2 record. them play our kind of game, Tornadoes( 52.-50 in the opener Buchholz Game Both teams had trouble scoring from the outside with course BHS scored on a basket Following the opening tipoff
for both teams last week.STATISTICS at the long shots, and two of them In
The Tigers won the game in and we did. warming up beginningof by White to tie the game.It and a free throw by Curtis
the first three periods of play. Leading Tiger scorer and Curtis White was the leading the game but midway a row, one from 10 feet by looked like this was goingto White, Madison led
By the first of the final period rebounder Jack McGill hit for scorer and rebounder for through the first period Jackson and another 20 feet by go on all night but suddenlythe throughout the first quarter of
UC was in front 5734.Then the 21 points on the boards and Bradford. White scored 15 Buchholz lit up and jumped 12- Barlett put the Bobcats in Bradford offense looked Lugene scored
Blue Wave came alive on the grabbed 12 rebounds for the LB: Jones 6-0-12, Perry 5-0- points while grabbing 13 6 in front of BITS with two front 18-16 with 5:13: left in the like someone put a fire underit seven play. points in Haynes a row for the
shooting of Gary Scott and night. 10, Young 1-2-4, Cain 0-0-0, rebounds and was marked for baskets by Bill Barlett and first half.Sewell scoring seven straight visitors, as Madison openedup
Alonzo Perkins and PKY Second for scoring for the Banks 1-0-2, Albritton 0-0-0, one assist. another by,Greg Yarlett. tied the game up baskets to get in front 44-32 an 11-7 lead midway
closed the gap to a 13 point 64- Tigers was Stirly Jones who Maxwell.. 3-3-9.. Baswell 0-0-0.
--- with 1:35: left in the third through the period.
51 win for the Tigers.On got 12 points while Abe Perry McGill 6-9-21, Stewart 1-2-4, period. Golden added three Haynes finished the night
the outside shot for 10 Griffin 1-0-2, Totals: 241664.
points.
shooting by baskets
White two and
with 22 points, nine coming in
the Tigers and the inside PKY was led in the scoring PKY: Stephens 0-0-0, Scott Hampton and Sewell one each. the first quarter, to lead all
workings of Jack McGill. the department by Gary Scott 6-2-14 Williams 1-2-4, Moore, After minor scoring by each scoring.
took who shot field and hit 3-2-8, Bevis 0-0-0, Harris 3-3-9,
Tigers a 29-19 halftime six goals team after the long stretch of Elva Hampton sunk two
lead, two charity shots for a total of Hill 0-0-0, Lundy 022. Perkins ,
-: BUS in front 4636.
scores was
20-foot shots
The Tigers exploded in the 14 points. Skip Harris followed 1-0-2, Green 2-2-4, Hellstrom 1- ; :' This is the same gap that the straight however, as the jump Tornodoes,
third period, outscoring the Scott with nine points. 4-6. Totals: 17-17-52.
Tornadoes won the game by. back to tie the at
came score
Wave 11-0, in stretch The leading rebounder for During the junior varsity Li
one to go .. Buchholz started the fourth
.. 1111ith 2:55: remaining. The
ahead by 19, 43.26. PKY was Orion Green who game the Baby Tigers rolled \ )I; hot Yarlett hit
quarter as two first ended with the
By the end of the third had 11 rebounds. Over all the over the Ripples 5246. quarter
20 foot baskets plus a foul shot visitors on top, 17-15, even
during the process and Bob with a bucket by Abie
Heron made three foul shots to
Williams at the buzzer.
Red close the gap to 46-44 with 7:11: Williams tied the score at
Baby Cagers Win 3 left in the game. Then White the beginning of the second
added a foul shot for BUS and quarter, before Alvaughn
., Heron made one for Buchholz Golden ripped off six straight
to make the score an even points to propel Bradford into
Beat Madison Buchholz closer 4746. a lead they never
''I' BHS then did it again relinquished. Midway throughthe
making seven straight points, period, Bradford by a
Ih; ; hardly giving Buchholz timeto 10-point margin, 29-19, as
I Baby Red Cagers are Tornadoes to 3432. "We got a quick lead and got F- hold the ball.This made the Madison scored just two
coming on strong with three BHS hit one scoring streakin our minds off our business and
score 54-46 with 5:02 left in the points in four minutes of plav.
straight wins in the young the fourth period, it con- they almost won the game, f game.
basketball season this week's sisting of two baskets and one commented Jayvee Coach ; IIF Two baskets by each team,
victories over Madison 46-38 foul shot. This gave BUS a 39- Wayne Mcleod. "Overall, we Bradford's by Williams left With a 10 point performancein
and Buchholz 4342. 35 lead. kept our composure, played ,:< BHS still in front 58.50 with the quarter by Golden, the
The Madison game was Bobcat Dale Robinson hit good defense, kept cool and ; "v' 3:53: minutes left in the Tornadoes led at the half, 39-
game.
played last Friday night in one basket. Dale Layer hit two the whole team played a good di.f; Buchholz scored on three 27. While Bradford's record
Starke and the Buchholz game foul shots, then Robinson hit a ball game." \ i straight baskets, then BUS quarter playas charac
was in Gainesville Tuesday foul shot to'put Buchholz in the Berry and Ross shared the ... .. !II came hack with two straightand terized by tight defensive play ;
night lead 40-39 with 3:10: left in the leadmgscore title both with 10 i .... ',m Buchholz had closed the and a hot hand at !shooting the
game. points. They were followed by : .. :,VJ; ball the Tornadoes went coldin
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two, 62-56
I Then Lavern Marks hit a 10 Milton Baker with eight :, JFi .', '' ;"'I'f gap Barlett by was called to the the third quarter and suf-
nrrinioi.y..MK; : footer for BHS followed( by a points. foul line and hit both shots to fered several turnovers, as
BUS, as in the Madison jump shot by Berry to put BUS Buchholz's leading scorer make the score 62.58 with 1:20: did Madison. The third period
game built up an early lead back in front 4310ith 2:18: was Duane Osgood with 12 left in the game.Hampton ended with Bradford on top by
and just did keep it by the end minutes left in the game. That points. Robinson was also in then hit a 10 12 47-33.:
of the game to edge the ended the BUS scoring and double figures with 10 points. footer, Williams was fouled
Buchholz Bobcats by one Buchholz was able to get one Score By Quarter: and BHS got two points out of Abie Williams was the sparkplug
point By the end of the first more basket before the game BHS 16 10 8 9-43 that deal, going further ahead for the Tornadoes in the
period BHS was in front 16.4 ended to( make the score 4342. Buch 4 13 15 10-42 final period, scoring seven
66-58 with
52 seconds left in the
on the early scoring of Willis BHS Berry 5-0-10, Baker 4- i: game. Then the last Buchholz points as Bradford widened itsmargin
Bt'rry.Iilton: Baker and 0-8, Ross 5-0-10, Bright 2-0-4, score by Heron gave them an to (fiO-4.; before freely
Alfred Ross. Ross hit three FOil r DC cis; ;ioit sMdtlt Marks 1-0-2, Moody 419. even 60 and two foul shots by substituting. Madison out-
straight baskets before the Total 21143. White ended the game 70-60 scored the Tornadoes 19-15 in
quarter( ended and Baker and HY Roping; Buchh Foster 3-2-8, Layer "It was one heck of a ball the quarter, sinking eight
Berry each got two baskets 2-2-6, McDonald 2-0-4, Osgood .," game and everybody that straight free throws in doing
during the first six minutes of 3-6-12, Pritchett 1-1-3, did so. Haynes had five straight.
played a good job,
t
the game. Club/ Lust 'Week Robinson 2610. Total 131742.Bradford's commented Coach Mike
In the second quarter Junior varsity Sexton. "We played the kindof :MADISON I ;;((54)): Moore 5111 -
Bradford had a hard time Four things were decided on cagers built up a 20-4 lead ( f offensive game that we I, Davis 2.2.6 Simmons 02.2,
holding Buchholz from during the monthly meeting of during the first quarter and f wanted to play." Haynes 61022.est 0-1-1
breaking loose and scoring(, the Bradford Roping Club. hung on for 46-38 victory over a.i BHS -White' 6-3-15, Williams A i kens 2-5-9. A. At kens 0-1-1,
and the Bobcats had the added The club decided to start the the Madison Cougars, at BHS r 3-6-12. Golden 6-0-12 Sewell 6- Graham 102. Totals 16-22-54
help of foul i shots to close the shows on Saturday nights at gym Friday night. 0-12lIodge 3-1-7 and Hampton
gap to 26-17 by halftime 6-43: p. m. due to the cold The win leaves the Baby 6012. Totals 301070. BRADFORD (1621) : White U-
At the beginning of the third weather making it impossibleto Tornadoes 2-0 for the young Alvaughn Golden goes up for a lay up while just about running over a Madison player last Buchholz Barlett 7-2-16, 1-19. Williams 5-1-11 I, Golden 6-
quarter Buchholz explodedwith ride horses late at night basketball season. Friday night in Starkef for Bradford's second game of, the season. Heron 6-3-15, _Jackson 4-0-8, 0-12, Sewell 2-0-4 (lodge 3.0.6().
two straight baskets to A decision by the club was Darrell !Moody marked up Yarlett 8-l-17Greg Boston 2- Hampton 4-0-8, Barry 0-2-2.,
narrow the BHS margin to 26- made to bring back the fun 18 points as the leading scorer 24. Totals 25660. Totals :29-6-62
before\ Robert Best hit a0\ games for points This way for BHS. !Milton Baker with 14
footer( to move the l score to 28Jl grade horses have a chance to'Ain points was second in scoringfor Hayes Signs Grid ScholarshipFlorida -
I for BUS high points along with n. HIIS.. '
Then fouls started being faster horses Friday night, !Moody and WEATHERTRON! 0 N'h
!
called against BUS and all !Now; at the Saturday night Baker seemed to be the two Terry Hayes signed an Conference games but he was State but decided on !
were against Bobcat t Duane horse shows, first and second bright spots on the entire agreement to play football for still elected by the Coaches as the Gators.
Osgood He made six straight place trophies will be givenout Tornado( team as the two the University of Florida all-conference on defense. Helton told Hayes that the
points from the charity line in each class. They also lanky sophomores scored Saturday and in return Ha>es broke his hand duringthe only way he could lose the CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING
Three more fouls were made the motion that a trophy most of the Tornado baskets receivea four year Augustine game and scholarship was to quit
Called against BUS and by the lx given out to the youngest and kept the baby cagers in scholarship valued at 25000. was out for four weeks. football or get put in jail. Evenif *
end of the third period rider in the Christmas Parade the game during the early Offensive Line Coach Kin "We hope he'll be a tight end injured Hayes would still
Buchholz had closed in on thp Saturday morning, going. Helton, from the university for us," said Helton. Hayes receive the full scholarship, e all
During the first quarter signed Hayes with the ap had also visited Alabama and said Helton.
Baker scored 10 points as BHS proval of the 6'4,200 pounder's
left the cougars and took a 20-4 parents, Mr. and Mrs Foster
lead In the second quarter Hayes of Starke.
HARTMANHApartments Moody scored seven points to Hayes, out with a broken
keep the Baby Tornadoes art of last season only Have Your Mobile Home
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\ JV Wins. w r 2B&E's Raiford Firm Wins Health Building Job .


(From Page 10)) I'r Reported Ace Enterprises of Raifordwas partitions to provide( for a central electric heating; and

and Madison outscored BHS In Sturke apparent low bidder when conference room and other the replacement of plumbing
149. BHS had a 30-18 advantage the Bradford County Commission changes for more efficient fixtures.It .
at the half. opened quotations operation; painting, inside is expected that work will I
Widening the Two breaking and enteringstook Monday morning on and out; carpet and acoustic begin on the contract early in
gap againstthe
Baby Cougars, Bradford's place in Starke, during alterations to the County tile ceiling for the hallway; the new year.
Baker and Emmett 1 r d' iP the period of Dec. 6-10. according Health Department buildingon
Bright
to the Starke Police
rang up four points each i1 Church Street.
as
Department. Volunteers Of America Purchase
Bradford outscored Madison Ace bid $25,05)0) on the job,
$29.50 worth of food and with P. C. Dickens, Jr. listedon I
8-6,as BHS held on to their 38-
25 lead in the third quarter. tp- the beverages 301 Market were stolen on US from.301 the bid form as contractor. Tunglewood Convalescent Center
Other quotations were
Madison battled
it out in the
South in Starke, Dec 6, according received from Triest Con-
fourth 11( straight quarter points as they, leaving scored( MN. M1 4 A P to the report of City struction Co. of Keystone NEW YORK The Tanglewood is a 65-bed
Bradford outscored 13-8. But Patrolman J. L. Howard Heights with a quote of Volunteers of America has convalescent home, licensedfor
Bradford's early lead Stolen were four loaves of $28.774; and King Koyer of purchased the Tanglewood skilled care. The facilitywas
kept
bread, one 50 pound sack of from Dr, L. A,
them ahead eight points for Gainesville, with a high figure Convalescent Center, Lake purchased
the 46-38 victory. 45wF'' potatoes, .one case of 10'or.. of $34,200. City, Florida, it was announced Landrum, staff physician for
ru : ; cokes, one case of 10()ot. I Frank George, of Palatka, today by General the nursing home, James F.
STATISTICS orange drinks, one box of the Commission's architect, John F. McMahon, national Moore,Herbert F Darby, and
apples, ten tomatoes, and $3 said the contract would be director of the national social( D. B. Odom.
Score ie ; worth of white grapes. awarded after the bids had welfare organization.
By Quarters: J Sometime between 6 p.m. on been reviewed. Board "The addition of this facilityto Terms of the sale were not
BUS 20 10 8 8.46
Dec. 5 and 8:30: a.m. Dec. 6, disclosed.In .
Madison 4 14 7 13-38 Chairman Ralph Bryan appointed our family of services gives
persons unknown entered the a committee of Dave VOA an opportunity to expandour Gainesville, the Volun-
South 301 Market and Shuford and Dave Paulk to of services to the teers of America is the
t scope
BUS-Berry 2-0-4, Baker 7-0-() removed the Items of food and of a 172-unit housing
review the bids and make a Northern Florida area wherewe sponsor
14, Ross 1-0-2, Bright 1-0-2, soft drinks. Entry was gainedby recommendation to the board. have served for over three- complex for low( income
Marks 0-0-0, Best 2-0-4, prying boards from the Included in the work to be quarters of a century," Gen. families where more than 900
Godwin 1-0-2, White 0-0-0, back of the and reside.
building done is the rearranging of McMahon says. people
Moody 7-4-18. Totals 21446.
taking the merchandise out
Madison Johnson 5-3-13, Jh through a hole that had been
Turner 2-0-4, Arnold 1-4-6, cut in the screen, stated
Waller 2-0-5, Simmon 1-0-2, Howard Are Really At
Pennington 2-4-8,Williams 000 Approximately $5 in changewas CIFTS
Totals 13.12.38.SALVATION r, stolen from the Starke
Skating Hink on US-301 South( ,
I Dec. 7,according to the reportof Stump'sWe
Officer W. S Hhoden.
ARMY UNIT TO The juke-box was entered
MEET with a pry bar or screwdriverand r iuni
$5 in change taken. The
The Bradford County tent was sliced with a razor
Service Unit of the Salvation : blade or knife on the east side
Army will meet on Thursday, about head high. There have
Dec. 13, at 12 noon in the been no arrests and no Lt ;sll ; Emir
Garden Restaurant. Rev. Ben Everybody goes for this ball during the junior varsity game against Madison last Friday suspects, stated Hhoden. iifr. : ro .
Bryant, chairman, asks all night in Starke.
members to attend. i14'i u
l BM _> B. B _BBi. V'u
You can judge your age by TwoGamesScheduledFor CrewsTwo MyeighborsR! triI[

amount of feel _
the pain you -
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treatment. This
when you come in contact with basketball games, as Businessmen of Starke will Dialysis method is very expensive andis Takes To Please
a new idea. JohnNuv..n., fund raising activities for the face the WAPE disc jockeys leaving his family im-
quoted >In Forbes Magazine Richard Crews Kidney Fund from Jacksonville. One dollar poverished. That Guy
are scheduled for Friday will be charged to adults and Businessmen from Starke
afternoon and night at the 50 cents to students. that will participate in the
301 Bradford High Gym. Crews, 20, son of Mr.\ and game will be Bruce Jackson, From From '
Mrs. Raymond Crews of Marc Jackson, Paul McLeod,
Teachers at BUS will face
Lawtey is still waiting for Steve Thomas, Eddie Shoes One
students from clubs
various some who has the
person Douglas, David Bennett,
DRIVEINSHOW starting at 1:30: p.m. Ad- same type tissue as his to Donald Falcon, Randall To To
mission to the will be 25
game
donate a kidney.
McGee, Stan Cotney, Ken 7'T
cents. That night at 7:30 the
BEGINS AT : Crews is presently under Young, George Pierce, John Suits 91
SUNDOWNSUN. Bradley, John Miller, Gene 1
MON. TUES. Shaw, and Gus Kopelousos. "Sir, I love jour daughter
BHS Wrestlers And BHS's Tumblerettes will unil 1'se inked for her-you<
also put on a show at halftimeof are prrniilcnl of lm lun'n
FRI. SAT the So so
night game. give Motorsureli t .'- in
Eastside Vie MondayBradford that this young man may live. murrlugr.:

SHOCK - - - ,
High will not only Harry McWilliams. 167
have its first tennis team this pounds, from Colorado and
year but will have a wrestlingteam Pennsylvania. McWilliamshas
Mark Olin
..THE DAY r coached by Emelio more experience than

THE INSANE I Gorualez. Lazenby according to Gonzalez -
The team will have first
.
December 17 in Santa's No. 1 Helper I"
I competition There are still weight ,
TOOK OVER '
I Eastside starting at 4 p.m,Out classes that BIIS does not
of the 20 members on the team have any competitors in and
THE ASYLUM! Gonzalez says, only two have more people are invited to CAN HAVE YOU IN %
had experience in wrestling come out for wrestling. If '
Those two are these classes not filled ,, : r \
competition. are \ll
Joe Lazenby. a 145 pound then they will be forfeited YOUR NEW \ 4: .r \;f : a\ lr y \\\1:
"DON'T junior from Tampa and during competition. \ \, ,
"There are a few kids that '' .
'
are making progress and I am. MOBILE HOME ,1' 1-:; -:
LOOK ;:E waiting to see what they are ? going; to do," states Coach y'' I
FLORIDATHEATRE Gonzalez. The three are + r u.
FOR CHRISTMAS
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Forestry .
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I INtnflCO 1 TNI IIPUJITt If C9OIC, CUM- Forester John O'Meara! told : .
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members of the Starke Rotary

PLUS lL'WITH' Club He last predicted week that the The Oldest Mobile Home DealerIn

Tb pull off a job South's demands for paper
would ever dare, and other timber-related Bradford Co.
no one
you need a team no BRIDGES LLOYD products would double by the Olin's Has Outlasted Five Others.
year 2UX>, To meet this
one would ever believe. demand the South needs to

PrvTnnM; ; I'Iesa>IS plant million more acres in
j1 forest, and use improvedforest

Hit! PLUS the speaker management said. practices, lJ1JJ ? (CECLI1 IY IBjJJ0GlYmOIG0( (! B 013mIDOIBG

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The BEA needs to be with the working of a free
AS TEACHERS DESERVE
New 'KnowNothings'Back STRONGER BEA represented by someone who market. While placing the
lives and votes in this county blame on every doorstep

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN and who will organize it to except for where it belongs.
Thomas Jefferson said:"Were
deal effectively with local
in the 1850's a political group in Where was the unreported money : governmental organizations.The we directed from Washingtonwhen

the U.S. was known as the "KnowNothing" kept? Why in a safety deposit box, just I believe that the people of to sow and when to reap",
BEA does not bread
party because its members present we should soon lack
like Howard Hughes' $100,000 contribution this country who are interested other
professed ignorance of the party's ac in the school even participate with Today we are continually
to the Nixon fund. system affiliations who organized for being told by Washington
tivities. should be concerned about
political,action. when we can plant, and what,
Why hadn't the money been reportedin what happened at the and where: Also what priceswe

Now we are apparently being treated, accordance with the law? Well, Mr. ::1' > 'i'; meeting November The 20 item School of concernis Board teachers For an should$80 contribution demand that can charge for what we

in this enlightened age, to a revival of Gurney said, he didn't have a campaign ." ,, what time of day should the their organization be struc- reap,,and to whom it must This be is
sold or away.
"know nothing" tactics. Chief advocatesof going at the moment, so he just decidedto ..... '>-' Board meet. The minutes of tured for political action and being done given by the plotters for
this philosophy at the moment are hold the money until he named a ", -" ., this meeting read as follows: not be a weak, and ineffective the very purpose that we shall

President Nixon, who "knew nothing" of campaign treasurer. ...;;.<< "By motion of S, D. representative arm. soon lack bread. And that sad
the activities of his White condition is being brought on
Watergate Now is the time for BEA to
Goodman seconded by A. N
Who the ? It that and
House cohorts and Senator Edward gave money seems more quickly
Holliday, the School Board organize for political action as
Gurney who "knew nothing" of the fund Mr. Gurney didn't know. If so, how could elected to continue holding three seats in the School inescapably as is a scarcity besides of

raising activities of his office staff. The the money be reported even when he Regular School Board Board will be available in the all food other by commodities grossly exaggeratedor
similar. finally got a campaign treasurer? as H Meetings at 9 a.m. with the coming election If this means completely phony
cases are strikingly even
getting rid of the present BEA
following votes cast: YES-
ecology,
concern over safety,
As of fact the State Elections Goodman, Lawson, Thompson leadership, the teachers the needs of hungry
Senator Gurney went on statewide a matter Holliday; NO-Hall" should do it before the school and
Communist commissars.My .
television last Thursday with a plea of Supervisor reports that Gurneyhad year is over.

innocence and ignorance which must be been routinely reporting other I believe that the Board Joseph M. Warren, Teacher friends, it takes much

accepted, of course, unless the Senator's political funds, as required by law, to the Special Christmas Issue should reconsider this and Bradford-Union Area planning perseverance, and
elect to hold all meetings at deception to produce a
Secretary of State's office since 1970.
Vocational
Technical Center
later in of law. At
is court
guilt proved a
night so that the local I shortage of flour, meat, fuel
the present time he has not even been The "Booster" funds could have easily citizenry and teachers will oil, etc. in the United States of

charged with anything.But been reported as gifts to the Senator Of Telegraph Due MondayThe have a chance to attend. Mr STIFFER CONTROLS AND America, Hut the Nixon
under Florida's "Elected Public Officials Hall is to be commended for RATIONING AHEAD Administration is proving
Contributions Law" or as campaign his 'No' vote for 9 o'clock itself equal to the challenge.

as one observer put it, his plea of contributions under a separate law, Bradford will morning meetings and also for Dear Editor:
County Telegraph publish two his proposal to hold one Very truly yours,
ignorance as to what was going on in the according to the Supervisor.What editions school board
next week. The first will be on the special meetinga and
Yes, and more more
field of "Gurney Booster" finances newsstands on Monday Dec. 17, and the second issue month at each school center. interference by the central Paul MengHampton
simply will not wash. Senator Gurney seemed to be will be Mr. Hall clearly demonstratesthat
printed and available on the usual day, government in Washington
telling us on television was that hun he is interested in
Thursday, Dec. 20.
bringing government to the
dreds of thousands of dollars had been
Like the President, Senator Gurney people.
wheedled out of FIlA builders in
admitted that wrongdoing had occurred The Monday paper is designed primarily with our

that he was appalled embarrassed and connection Florida by with the use of his name of in advertisers in mind, to give them a chance to present especially The local teachers citizenry could and County Agents a By

incredulous (the usual adjectives), as implied promises last-minute Christmas suggestions and bargains to our furnish input for the Board to :

well as confessing that he had been influence peddling, and he was totally many readers in this area. consider if they met at night. BobbyTaylor

careless, unobservant, and too trustingof ignorant of what was going on. Some time ago in an issue of Notebook Ff
the Bradford
his subordinates. This more than before that County
year ever we hope
This is stretching things a little too Telegraph, I noticed that the 1
Christmas shoppers will do their buying locally. Thisis teacher organization. The
far in these when it
He sat in on the Gurney Booster even days seems one way we can all help with the fuel shortage, and Bradford County Education

planning sessions, the Senator admitted, standard practice for political figures at at the same time, help our local merchants, and our Association listed six As a calendar year begins to operated by a tractor I'TO or
but after that he washed his hands of the the highest level to make a statementone own pocketbooks.Just Priorities for the Board to draw to a close, we try to look by its own generator unit This
day and then retract it, or have it consider. Four of the Six back at things that have oc- tractor and generator would
whole affair and was unaware that declared "inoperable" the next. priorities related directly to cured that might influence require! fuel and an adequate!
Larry Williams (variously described as consider the high cost of gasoline as well as money or increases in salary things that will take place supply should be kept on hand

an aide and/or a volunteer worker) was normal wear and tear on the car, and the fact that for teachers next year Remember that fuel degrades

traipsing about the state, raising some Apparently Mr. Gurney did not learn prices out of town are usually equal to or even higher with time, particularly
much of a lesson from his service on the It appears to this party that 1973 has been most unusualas \ gasoline, so the reserves forenrergenry
$100,000- perhaps it was $300,000or or committee.The than those advertised in Starke. Besides, why not the BEA is unorganized and far as agricultural power generators
Watergate investigating .
even more, by using Senator Gurney'sname shop at home with merchants you know and trust? knocking around in the dark. production is concerned 01)l should IK.'iotalet, into routine
lesson he should
have learned is
while promising contractors To establish six priorities that course, many things outside ot use
special favors from the F'ederal Housing that you can stretch a credibility gap We suggest that each shopper ask himself the are in direct conflict with each agriculture have had an effecton [ "
just so far before something snaps. other and present these our situation \\e have I\e said many times that
Administration in return. following questions before starting out on another
priorities to the Board at the discussed shortages several I 'Agriculture is our number one
shopping trip: wrong time only means that times, Some of these same industry in Bradford County'
the BEA is weak. The only shortages such as fed, for It is our most important I

-What will I have to pay extra if I drive out of townto possible answer the Board tllizer and f'lel will!! have a lot we-alth-genc'i-aling industry
I Filling The Moral Vacuum shop? Consider car and meals could give to these six of bearing on the success or As Bradford County tend
your gas expense, ,
Florida
priorities is the one they gave, failure i of our production or l ) continues to grow
4M,A.,W...J iV- *.**. lost time and the wear and tear on your nerves that "We will continue to listen." food and fiber next jear and become more urban, it is
goes along with a day's shopping trip out of town. As a teacher and a Faculty mast t important that we plan
The first big post-Watergate reform of Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., Don't forget the possibility of a return trip to exchange Representative to the BEA, I For years, farmers could lor and consider. ) agrivultuii
drivean ef rt to substitute public for American Shipbuilding, American unsuitable items.Is know that the BEA producesvery look at the supply and demand l-'orthe next several ('('ks. I
little Each; picture of a given agricultural( will i he meeting( with keyagricultuial '
private financing of presidential elec Airlines Braniff Airways, Gulf Oil year and make I leaders
commodity intelligent in our
teachers to
tionsran into early trouble in Corporation, and Ashland Oil Co. come it worth it? Doesn't it make more sense to shopat join the BEA.are encouraged The dues are decisions on whether\ county to do long-i.aiiKi1

Congress. And even if it had been approved forward and tell much the same home? $80 For this they receive the to expand cut back, or planning in our dillerc'nt

by Congress, chances are it degrading story. minutes of the last meeting maintain their level nt commodity! areas(

would have faced a presidential veto. Finally, we suggest that our merchants anticipate a and a treasury report-that is production This is not the
case now, and there is no way \\e will he taking a look at
They had clearly been pressured by bigger shopping year by having courteous personnel that a farmer can be sure he- our present situation. our
Perhaps the bill's overeager sponsors Stans and Herbert W. Kalmbach then available to insure fast, friendly assistance to all will be successful with any growth potential\ for the next

erred in their method of trying to get it personal attorney to the President to customers. Let all of us work together to make this all.FORESTRY enterprise ten years, and the research

passed speedily by tacking it on as an make contributions in the "suggested" the best holiday season ever, by having satisfied One of the most critical and will affect educational this needs thewill that

amendment to a pending bill to raise the amount of $100,000. Most of these customers and a better, more profitable year for our problems facing our farmers review such items grow as variety

federal debt ceiling, and this no doubt corporations had matters pending merchants. IN BRADFORD COUNTYBY is the fuel shortage nut onlyon improvement, trap prolee

contributed to its defeat. before one or more governmental the farm but also) on the* lion gi'ow th and d\'l'lopl11'nl.

agencies and it "fear of theunknown" Don't transportation that must t crop management harvest
was forget we will all be doing our part in the JOHN
move his products to the ,
But other efforts for election reform that persuaded them to come energy crisis by conserving fuel and shopping at O'MEARA market and the consumer I and marketing handling, nutritional, processing qualits}

will be made, and hopefully some across, according to the American home. hope that those who make and product salcty \\I' will

constructive legislation will be in effect Airlines president.Back allocations of fuel will also insider( problem

before the 1976 campaign.The remember that we can take oriented lactois allcctmKpioduction

in the old Teapot Dome days a um"' ia OO'ttrms;Y' l (bffFdflJ Q:! It has been my experience, darker cooler temperatures at home on and a such as en

story of this kind would have made front and a recent study by the full stomach evenings better thanl' vironmcntal considerations t
need for such reform man! power, prices paid and
was clearly Florida Division of Forestry
page headlines but now, when the can with no food. received,
capital resourcesand
shown in recent weeks when a parade of has become used to shows this, that most people _
public some new credit mechanization.energy
who have timber to sell do so
the nation's corporate chieftains government scandal every day the Benefit Ball Game FridayFor almost on the spur of the I also hope that farmers land and cater

testified before the Senate Investigating bleeding of the corporations got only moment. Usually only one will take the lead in energy ,resources, land use control
Committee and, with varying degrees of buyer is consulted, and the conservation at the same time and taxation transportation
inside'page treatment. Richard Crews Fund they make plans for and others.
contrition and embarrassment, told of manner of cutting is little operation
during an acute fuel'
being coerced into making illegal Former Congresswoman Clare Boothe all.discussed or discussed not at Just one example shortage lor It has been said that vu in

campaign contributions running into Luce summed up the present attitude in A big weekend in the poultry-men would be to plan agriculture should he1 best t

millions of dollars; of money'laundering a recent interview when she said: "You Richard Crews Kidney Fund Most timberlandowner ahead for a possible qualified to do our own
through foreign subsidiaries and Swiss cannot expect public morality when drive will be kicked off Friday desires every to receive full emergency due to the loss of planning for the future It wi
you electrical hesitate
banks and of fund night with a benefit basketball power Essential someone less
high-handed value for his timber. And most
have We have
private immorality. a
game between Radio Station equipment such as water qualified and possibly' less
soliciting, bordering on extortion, moral power vacuum created by the WADE disc jockeys and an .i every landowner understands pumps conveyer drives and intei"ested w ill do our planning
that such value has to do with
practiced by Mr. Nixon's finance collapse of the church. The vacuum "all-star" team composed of immediate return from lights should be backed up bya lor us. I hope we are ,'cad)' to
chairman Maurice Stans and others. stand-by generator which do the lobparticipation,
local businessmen is
because is But
out. and
occurs religion musicians will include The harvest sale of forest
nothing else is in. Technological mancan't Harmony Four with little material as well as repeated
Barbara Howell The Happy returns on the long term, later
The Stans' goal was $100,000 con- believe in anything that can't be

tribution per firm, and he urged the measured taped, or put in a computer." Valley Kinsmen.Trio, The and Singing The ,harvests.

donors to get the money in before April Samaritans Admission is $2 Below is a list of guidelines

7, 1972 the deadline on secret campaign We hope the moral climate isn't as badas tc for adults, $1 for children which should be useful to the

contributions. ILs approach might be Mrs. Lute contends, but events of under 12, and no charge for landowner and tree farmer

described as clenched fist in a kid glove, recent months have done nothing to children under six. when timber he: wishes to sell some !CORRECTION! .. NORiiiEmployees

and left the otherwise.
corporate moguls more prove
The public is urged to come
fearful of what might happen to their out and enjoy these events and Determine need for cutting

companies if they didn't give to the fund Cleaning up our national elections BUS The. Student game sponsored Council, will by the be help boost the Richard Crews As with other agriculturalcrops
1 when of the of should at least be a start in Fund. your timber should be
they were possibility restoring played in the BUS} gym at 7'JO, harvested at the right time
getting favorable treatment in exchangefor confidence of the public in our election with admission of $1 for adults Cutting too soon will reduce

their money.In processes, as well as filling the moral and 50 cents for students Diesel Fuel future income and cutting too I

vacuum that makes even Watergate late may result in an unnecessary

three days, via television, we accepted in some parts as standard Price Check growth loss

witnessed the sorry spectacle of officials practice. .
Designate area of timber
Under Way sale. Maps or aerial photosare
Writp Your toll/lrpUlluul: / < good tools for helping the
wA The Internal Revenue seller and the buyer to clearly u\.i) Complete Training
Service announced today that understand the boundariesand -

agents will be checking diesel limitations of the area Richard L. Koontz, Robert in the computer
OR/oq highlight at halftime fuel prices throughout Florida involved in the timber sale. If F Chandler, Henry Brown, assisted training program
BRADFORD CA OU during the game will be announcement for compliance with Phase IV an individual selection of treesis and Norman C Dague developed by the Division of
SttE of the lucky regulations to be made then the individual abovei and Corrections, to upgrade
-atvratars winner of the 4 Angus bull calf trees should be Denny (not in picture) have capabilities and effectivenessof
kk p4 away by the Bradford being given.FFA Jack L, Evans, IRS clearly marked for cutting successfully completed an existing( personnel and to
; Chapters. !More than stabilization manager for intensive 160 hour resident qualify new needed manpowerto
$1,000 for
,a the Kidney Fund has been Florida, said that investigators (See Page !In: training( program in achieve standards for
will begin treatment, control and
1 rro$. BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER raised this by project.the Future Farmerson making spot checks at true Correctional Correctional Operations Administration and habilitation

Publishers stops throughout the state Human Relations at the The resident training
Published each Thursday and entered as Second Class Matter at the Post Office at Starke. Another fund-raising I IR i Correctional Training Inxtitute program is the first phase of a
Fla. under Act of event
March 3. 1879. 320-hour for
Raiford program
at
will be held in the BUS The IRS official encouraged correctional

Subscription rate in trade area: }6 per year; 3.50 six months. auditorium Saturday night at truckers to report all These five employees also complete employees.the second<
Phone 964-6303 Outside trade area; |7 per yean: 14.00 six months. Starke. Fla. 7:30: when four popular suspected diesel fuel received nine semester hour phase ot Tciluuc.il.
singing groups will be heard in violations immediately to the credits from Lake City Training! at Florida Slate
a Gospel l Concert. Featured nearest IRS office DECEMBER BIRTHDAYS Community College for their Prison.Pagel2 .






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As we enter our twelfth
year, we look back and can SAYBEISM
and say that we have been happy

organizationally The
Hampton and Starke clubs
participated in our County
Fair Our White Elephant Sale
was quite enjoyable and the
monies from both provided
the cash for our annual din- ,
ner. Our membership Increased -
and both Hamptonand ASSORTED
our Club affiliated with V QaWSQE CHEK I
the Congress of Senior WE S
Citizens of all Florida, Inc. p pw DRINKS
Our drive to organize North Fa1ENV tir
Central Fla Council of Senior Lt V E
Citizens was well received. QAp pC, S 7 7eR 1', $100 BEEF PEOP'HOILS
Delegates from Columbia,
Alachua, Clay, Union >G SCAMPS 17Bs1
Bradford, Baker and Putnam '
Counties met Rep. Frank r
E
Williams and Pat Farnsworthof O1 SUNDAY
CUBB were also present. Qup S
Some sad events occurred STORE }
during this year. We regret BapNO HOURS PRICES GOOD THURS. DEC. 13 THRU WED. DEC. 19 .
the loss of the beloved leaderof
the Hampton Club, Ralph 10 a.m. 'til Quantity Rights ".
Vaughan, Pres. Jessie USDA GRADE 'A' W D BRAND RED) BASTED '$-.1.
Bowden lost her 6 p.m. Reserved
son, Charlie 'V" 89C
Turkeys I
a member our Club Martha . lB WINN DIXIE STORES INC .
Sundem,died earlier this year USDA GRADE '...' W D BRANDBaking USDA GR.A' COPYRIGHT 1973 WeD BRAND .
and we lost club member ..4._ _
Hens 78C B.,4
Marian Batchelder last week. . lB. WeD of t(0fIf/-
May They Rest In Peace. W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF E'I CARVE OVEN READY

often Individuals do, but can when feel a bad whole and Rib Roast . LB $148SWIFT TURKEYS A GFof

Nation feels bad, all of the PREMIUM ROASTMake
philosophical sayings used to lB
stir the individual out of their Canned Ham 4 CAN $599 this Yuletide Section a very special
doldrums seem trite and one for all your friends and relative with
hypocritical indeed. The only W D BRAND WHOLE HOG IlB a Gift of Love a Gift of/ Food. Winn-
approach we have in these Pork Sausage . ROll 99C 17 LB S. Dixie Gift Certificate are available at all
uneasy times is "Blessed are Winn-Dixies in various denominations and
they who expecteth nothing, W D BRAND SLICED 8 UP 6 5 8 8
1200 will be honored in any Wmn-Dixie in the
shall
pointed.they not be disap- Cooked Ham . .. PEG $1"W southeast

It is difficult to be cheerful D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF See your Winn-Dixie Manager today for
during this usually most joyful N.Y. Steaks $189 LB. the full details about the gift everyone appreciates .
season, when we are faced Strip I lB A Winn-Dixie Gift Certificate.
with higher food costs, w-D BRAND USDA CHOICE FULL CUT
shortages of gas and heat for 10.14 LB. SIZE ROUND STEAK
our homes and SAVE lie
possible
brownouts which is hard for SAVE 30 LB 73 SAVE 7 LB $14B f tSS CHASE &
all but SANBORN
especially the elderlyand USDA GR.' 'A' 60 SAVE 17c
the poor. W-D BRAND ASTOR
OCEAN SPRAYREDIBASTED COFFEE
Of course we have been in PEAS
trouble before many times PURE VEGETABLEShortening CRANBERRY
and the people faced these
difficulties together such as 71c
the great depression of the Turkeys SAUCE LESUEUR
1930s. Then we had an Ad.

ministration.D.Roosevelt under who united PresidentF. the 10 lBS. & UP limit 1 w/$7.50/ or more purchase eul. cigs. limit 4 of choice w/$7.S0or more pur .xcl. cig. Limit.1 of choice

and people hope.and Today gave we us courage stagger $ w/$7.50 purch. excl.or more cigs.

from one crisis to another and 3 1 ASTOR
the outlook is not too 3 2 8
promising. However, the 19 79i Ib-o.. 17-0.. COFFEE

Perhaps human spirit something never dies.will LB. : CAN CANS

happen to cheer us up but that CAN 1.t8. C
will have to come by a changeof SAVE 7t THRIFTY MAID SAVE IOC THRIFTY MAID CANCOCONUTS J%
direction in our National FRESH GARDEN PEAS
Cranberr Sauce
Policy which emanates from
Washington, D. C. 16 1.11 8 5 H.-.o.CANS $100
We, the Senior Citizens, are 3 FOR 89C CAN SUPERBRAND
grateful for the considerationsand U.S. FANCY lAND O' SUNSHINE

kindness shown to us w D BRAND USDA INSP NO ADDITIVES) PURE YELLOW FLORIDA SHERBET OR Butter . Ui 1 79C
throughout 1973 by the City lB
Pure Ground Beef 5 $479
Council of Starke, Bradford PKG SAVE I tic" KRAFTMayonnaise
County Commission, Bradford ICE CREAM 3200
County Fair Committee, the HICKORY SWET I lB C CORN . J"'R 68C
Staff of the Public Library, to Sliced Bacon . PKG 99 SAVE 18c DEEP SOUTHMayonnaise
Randall Davis and the Staff of OR THRIFTY "et
W D BRAND WHOLE PORK SHOULDER . JAR 58C
the Recreation
Dept., to Pat MAID ICE
Farnsworth and staff of CUBa Smoked Picnics IB78C $
MILK SAVE 12c THRIFTY MAID SLICED OR CRUSHED

County Agency, Telegraph to the Bradford, Rep. $ 2 Pineapple I . 3 *CANS" 88C
Frank Williams and to the 1 2 'I
good people of Bradford OCOMA HALF r--------------.

very County.Healthy We wish and them Peaceful all a CHICKEN TURKEY BEEF EARS GALLONS I PILLSBURYFLOUR I

Christmas Peace be with you I
and God Bless. OCOMA CHICKEN, ,
Our next meeting, a POT PIES HARVEST FRESHLETTUCE TURKEY OR BEEF !I !
Christmas Party, will be heldat POT PIES I t r, I
1 p.m., Pratt St. Rec. S..'. LB68c
Center, Dec. 18. All members 12 SHELLEDCROP 5 $100 I I
attending are expected to L= I "\P'- I
bring a package valued at 5/l I
WITH 15' COUPON
$1.50. lB $199 I J
-Joe Kerrigan.FORESTRY 8 OZ. SIZE L _VALID THRU DEC ?4 AT YOUR WIN DIXIE. -

SAVE 12c THRIFTY MAID PINEAPPLE ARROW ALUMINUM FRESH FLORIDA ASTOR

Juice 3 4600 88C Foil 4 $100 Avocados 5 $1 Juice 6 Set 99C
CANS . ROllS FOR Orange CANS

SAVE Be THRIFTY MAID CUT SWEET 7 SEAS 1000 ISLE RUSSET BAKING MRS SMITH'S MINCE MEAT SI 39 OR

IN IIAtrORt COUNTY Potatoes . 2-ot 35 c Dressing 3 arcs;; $1 00 Potatoes 1 10 IB G99c Pumpkin Pie 'oEG: $109

U S No 1 VENTVUPotatoes
(From SAVE lOc DEEP SOUTH FRESH CUCUMBER SUPERBRAND WHIPPED

All boundaries Page should 12)) be Chips ":: 39C DressingGUR.; ; 3 :9TLS; $100 10 IB G99c Topping 3 ss $1

clear. JUMBO us FANCY WASHINGTON STATE RED DELICIOUS

The Know seller what should you have have a to good sell. THRIFTY Olives MAID STUFF .THROWN 7J- 69C 'CoCAktq l NfrY. 2 382T ;' $100 Apples . 7 fOR 99c Peach' Pie s 2 ':1;; 89C

idea of what he has to sell. THRIFTY MAID CUT THRIFTY MAID CUT GREEN FRESH FLORIDA WHITE OR PINKGrapefruit PET DEEP

Study market. Tree the size local and timber qualityare Green Beans 4 CANS88C:: Asparagus U1', 01CAN 49'' 5 BAG LB 69' Pie Shells 2 PEGS $1

of prime considerationalso HARVEST FRESH GREEN SWANSON (CHICKEN ENTREE lot ) SALISBURY( o1* 01 > ORt
at selling time. Will a THRIFTY MAID STEMS & P E BETTY CROCKED LAYER TURKEY

greatly little delay increased in cutting returns mean? Mushrooms; 4 CANS 1 $1 1 Cake Mixes 3 =:s $1 1 Cabbage 2 HEADS 49C Entrees 2'PEGS. of $1 1

Know the standards of YELLOW ((3 IB BAG oc) COZY KITCHEN BANANA PRALINE GERMAN CHOCOLATE DEVIL
WHOLE KERNEL SAVE JOc DIXI6 DARLING SANDWICH
-
fuDGE OR

measurement.Select type of sale. Timberis lets Corn 4 CANS' $100 Bread . 32 l :evEB: $100 Onions 3, BAG LB 49 Coconut Cake 24 CAKE ot 99

generally sold in two : BIBB LETTUCE ENDIVE ESCAROLE. ROMAINE RADISHES. PARSLEY f
ways
SAVE 1 7c DIXIE OARLINO BROWN N' TWIN OR CHUN KING CHICKEN

sum scale((1) lump sale of the the sum seller buyer.or ((2)should In product lump get Napkins iE 3 'PKI: ;s $100 Flaky Rolls 3 o J $1 1 Salad r Items 2 BAGS 39C Egg Roll 2 '."S $1 F

sealed bids and the seller

should receive a cash settlement -.----..-.....-..--. - .-.-. -.-.-.---. ----.-. -- --. -- .-....-...- - -.---.- -- -. -- -.--..--. .-- - --- - -- --......- -- --.-- - -
in advance of the cut. :
In the product scale system, i: EXTRA : EXTRA EXTRA: ; EXTRA : rrrw EXTRA
the timber grower makes the : ,J'j GREEN STAMPS : I I ,4Vi GREEN STAMPS : I I sale on measurement after the .
'I ONE GIANT SITED BOX ONE HALFTALMADGE
have been cut for
trees a
: J200 PURCHASECandy" : ONE CARTON ANY BRAND ONE 8.01 BOTTLEWoolite PUNCH' 4I1 FARM j
specific product.
Cured Ham
Detergent
: : CigarettesGOOD t
Use a contract. A written GOOD THRU DEC H. THRU DEC 24 GOOD THRU DEC;; 24 1 COOO THRU DEC 24 GOOD THRU DEC 24 i

type contract of timber should sale.be used A contract in any .1.: _..__._--No- -I_ - -_ :: _..__...No_ --1- .. .No....3. . ....... .;... No 4 .. .. .. ... .. y.. ....., No 5 1

will protect both buyer and .XTRA. ; ; EXTRA
EXTRA E EXTRA: Ex.--R: I'T'iTiT
seller.
,4* GREEN STAMPS ; I I ,4-x GREEN STAMPS I I -.. .. I I 4H GREEN STAMPS ; iA, GREEN STAMPSONE
Making the sale. Secure a 1 ONE ALB OR MODE / ONE 2 16 SIZE 1 ONE STOUFFER
list of buyers of the various ,. FRESH BONELESS BOSTON BUTT JENNIE ONE It ai SARA LEE S' 01 CHICKENOrvANORll01 / 34 01 MRS SMITHS '1S
products for which you have a S Pork Roast Turkey Roast Pound Cake Chipped Beef Pecan Pie
sale.: Notify buyers of the / t GOOD THRU DEC 24 1 GOOD THKU DEL 24 / GOOD THRU DEC 24 : GOOD THRU DEC 24 0000,....U DEC 24 -
availability of your timber No A No 7 08 No 9 No 10 ,
and solicit bids. Make the .. /
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timber sale area available to
the inspection of all
prospective buyers. The seller
should reserve the right to 430 W. Madison
refuse any and all bids.



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'TELEGRAPII De-eembu13,1973


LEGALSNOTICE LEGALS LEGALSConstitution LEGALSsouthernmost LEGALS Raiford To Vote Jan. 8


,.., .
.
OF INTENTIONTO pllcants whose applications are of the State of right-of-way of UNITED STATES DISTRICT .
received in the offices of the Florida and Chapter 230.061, State Road 18, the said point of COURT FOR THE NORTHERN '

FICTITIOUS REGISTER NAME Department of Natural Florida Statutes, the School beginning DISTRICT OF FLORIDAIN On Sunday Beer Sales

Resources, Division of Interior District of Bradford County Is

Resources, Tallahassee not less hereby and herewith divided into (Id) SCHOOL BOARD PROCEEDINGS FOR THE
Pursuant to Section 866 09 five (5)) school board member MEMBER RESIDENCE AREA
Florida Statutes, notice Is than two days prior to the residence( numbered No. 4t REORGANIZATION OF A A referendum on the Sunday hand in the building fund, and thington Springs and Raifordon
one
areas
hereby given that the un- examination dates. CORPORATION UNDER sale of beer, to be held the remainder needed will be a 50-50 basis, five days a
((1))through five ((5)) Inclusive, the Commencing at the in-
Tuesday .
11:30: A. M., CHAPTER X NO. TBK463.IN Tuesday Jan
dersigned Paul Richard Torode, 8, was borrowed with revenue week. Each town pays $4,000
of each of the southernmost
boundaries being tersection
firownlee Road Starke, Florida December 18, 1973, BoardRoom authorized: by the Raiford City sharing funds as security. It is annually for this service and
described of State Road 18
the Central and herewith separately right-of-way OF GR()
of
MATTER Council its
THE at
regular fine and
doing business under the firm meeting estimated that construction on in turn receives
Southern Florida Water as: and the Bradford-Day county INDUSTRIES, INC.. December 3,
PLANT funds from arrests
name of "Torode Electric", 431E. the building will start within forfeiture
SCHOOL BOARD and
District, (la) line, thence run northerly
Madison Street, Starke, Management AREA Debtor The action followed an the next three months. made within their city limits.
MEMBER RESIDENCE westerly to State Road 100,
Bradford County, Florida 32091. Brooksville, Florida; application at the Council's Sheriff John Whitehead met Raiford has 12 arrests for
December 19, 1973, Central and No.1: thence run northwesterly along NOTICE OF SALE November
meeting from traffic violations last month
Intends to register said fictitious Commencing at the point of State Road 100 to Water Street with the council Monday nightto ,
of Southern Florida Flood Control Willie Rogers, proprietor of discuss the and these funds will be
name under the provisions new appliedto
aforesaid statute. Paul Richard District, 901 Evernia Street, intersection of the north line of within the city limits of Starke, The Trustees, under the Poor Boy s Store, for per- arrangement whereby a paying for the deputy
West Palm Florida Township 6 South and the Florida, continuing northerly of the Court, shall mission to sell beer
Beach ; supervision on Sunday
Torode, sole owner, Dated this deputy is provided to Wor- service.Brooker .
Airline Railroad Water Street its In-
Thursday, Seaboard along to the real hours
A.M. to be
6th day of December A. D 1973at 9.00 sell at public auction during regulatedby
Starke Florida. 12/27 December 20, 1973, Council of thence run east to the Bradford- tersection with Call Street (State property of the debtor's estate the city.

4tp Governments Office, 3rd Floor, day county line, thence run Road 230)) thence run westerly located in Baker County, In asking for a permit, Newsby

Courthouse Annex, Daytona north along the BradfordClaycounty along Call Street to Its intersection Florida described as follows: Rogers pointed out that beer

NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Beach, Florida; line to the Bradford- with Walnut Street, was being sold on Sundays at a Jeannette .PrescottI

REGISTER 10:00 A.M? Friday, December Baker county line, thence run thence run southerly along S 1/2 of NW 1/4, N 1/2 of convenience store locatednear

FICTITIOUS NAME 21, 1973, Room 203 115 west along the Bradford-Baker Walnut Street to its intersectionwith SW 1/4/ and SW 1/4 of SW 1/4/ the State Prison gate,
the Bradford- State Road 200 (US 301)) I am now writing the news. Carl were visiting her
line to ,
Bloxham Street Tallahassee, county of Section 7, Township 3 South, about two miles from his store
Union line (New River), southerly along State If your have anything of in- daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lee
Pursuant to Section 866.09 Florida. county continuing Range 21 East, containing 200 and he would like to see some
thence run southwesterly along Road 200(301)( ) to its intersectionwith terest, please call 4B5-J901 Taylor in Lawtey.
Florida Statutes, notice is It 12/13/ acres, more or less, excepting of his business kept in ,
hereby given that the undersigned the Bradford-Union county line State Road 227, thence run therefrom that part of NE 1/4 of Raiford. anytime
to its intersection with State westerly and southerly along 7 Township The Council also voted 3-2 Mrs Betty Hunter, Miss
Section
E. W. Hodges, Jr., SW 1 14/ of ,
IIROOKKII: : : :
KI.KMKNTAKYSCHOOL ;
Road 16 thence south State Road 227 to its intersection Inez Prescott, of Tampa, Mr\
New Hampton Beach Hampton run 3 South, Range 21 East that lies Monday night to call for bids
NOTICE OF westerly along State Road 16 to with State Road 18, free and Mrs. Donnie McCarthyand
Florida 32044 doing South of a graded public road, on garbage pick-up
business under the firm name of SHERIFF'S SALE its intersection with Farmers continuing westerly and less and except the West 72.5 service within the city limits.At Sharon Vernon and L. C.
State Road 18 We are having a PTA Prescott of Lutz., were all
Market Road, thence run southerly along to said the November
"STARKE PAINT CENTER" 441 feet thereof, exception meeting
West Madison Street, Starke, Notice is hereby given that I, easterly along Farmers Market the west line of Section 28, containing 2.65 acres, more or Louis Smith, Sr proposed that meeting next Monday at 7:30: visiting their pilt'cnls,1\1r. and
Bradford Florida 32091. Dolph E. Reddish Sheriff of Road to State Road 200 Township 7 South, Range 21 less. he be allowed to start this p.m. We will discuss money Mrs. Orea Prescott and

Intends to County said fictitious Bradford County, Florida, under (Temple Avenue) thence run East, thence run south along service for the 100 (estimated) that was made from the family over the weekend
register -and by virtue of Writ of southerly along State Road 200 said section line, and extension residences in Raiford Halloween Carnival and what
name under the provisions of ALSO: That part of the SE 1/4/ but no
aforesaid statute.E. Execution to wit: (Temple Avenue) to State Road thereof, to its intersection with of SW 1/4/ of Section 7, figures on how much the to do with it. Also a Christmas Mr. and Mrs. Joe Youmansof
Execution issued out of the 16Brownlee Street) thence run the Bradford-Alachua county Musical program with all the Griffin Ga., are visiting his
W Hodges, Jr., sole ( Township 3 South Range 21 service would cost the city
owner. Circuit Court of Bradford easterly on State Road 16 line, thence run southerly and East, that lies North of a graded were presented. The date for children participating.We sister, Mr. and Mrs. Charles

Dated this 26th day of County, Florida, pursuant to a (Brownlee Street) to the easterly along the Bradford- public road, containing .22 acres opening of bids was not an- recognize our Safety Truett and family.
final judgement for Ralston Seaboard Airline Railroad, Alachua county line to the nounced Monday night. Patrol members, Deborah Mr and Mrs Paull I).
November, A. D. 1973 at Starke, more or less.
Florida. Purina Company against Bernard thence run northerly along the Putnam county line, thence run At a special meeting last Green, Tammara Johns Prescott had their t two

11/2941 12/20 and Wilma Emanuel et al, Seaboard Airline Railroad to its east along the Putnam county The auction shall be held and week the Council voted to Shelia Starling, David Sparks, daughters, Wanda and Kathy:

defendants in the amount of intersection with the north line line to the Bradford Clay county conducted on Tuesday purchase property from the David Fussell, Doug Watson, and both of their families. lor
$44,10062 together with costsof 6 the said line thence north along the Janine Willingham, and Sunday dinner,
of Township South run December 18, 1973 at 2:00: P.M. railroad company for use as a
Elaine
NOTICE OF collection point of beginning. Bradford-Clay county line to its EST, in the United States site for a proposed combination Mott.Physical .
SHERIFF'S SALE I, Dolph E. Reddish, Sheriff of (bl) SCHOOL BOARD intersection with the southern- Tallahassee, city hall and fire Education : 5th and
Courthouse,
Bradford County have seized! of State Road 6th grade classes held a
AREA
MEMBER RESIDENCE most right-of-way Florida. The land will be sold free station. The site in question is
Notice is hereby given that I, and have in my possession the No 2: 18, the said point of beginning.e and clear of all liens and en- located just north of the old Tetherball! single elimination Oor p

Dolph E. Reddish, Sheriff of following described real propertyto Commencing at the point of cumbrances. Written bids maybe railroad depot and is approximately tournament last week, during ly
wit\ : of the west line of ( ) SCHOOL BOARD their P.E.: class. The winners pa
Bradford County, Florida, under intersection submitted but oral bids will be 50 x 200 feet. The
and by virtue of Wnt of North half of Northeast Section 30, Township 5 South, MEMBER RESIDENCE AREA allowed and taken at the auc railroad proposed to sell it to were: 5th grade, Melissa &teenergy <
Execution to wit: Quarter, less and excepting Five Range 21' East and the Bradford- No 5: sealed bid shall the city for $1,500 if the city Kabon, Jeff Hill ; 6th grade, -
((51) acres in the Northeast Corner New River) at the point of tion. A written or Doug Watson, Genene Dor- NEW
Execution issued out of the Union county line ( Commencing be accompanied by either a would agree to remove the old ,
Circuit Court of Bradford thereof particularly described as thence run south along said convergence of the Bradford- depot building from its miney.
5AVIR9MoneFrl
of credit of check for ten
letter a
the North 340 feet of the East This week Soccer
Tour-
and Alachua line (Santa Fe a
County, Florida, pursuant to a section line, extension county The present location
of the bid
((10)) price. rfOOf\S
percent
660 feet of Northeast quarter of Road 100 and the Bradford-Union nament is in progress with
final judgement for Ralston thereof, to State River) shall A committee composed of
Northeast quarter of Section 2: line (New River), thencerun successful bidder place four teams competing The ( 10Ae %
Purina Company against Bernard thence run southeasterly along county with the Trustees ten ((10)) two councilmen Joyce --
and Wilma Emanuel, et al, IN TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH State Road 100 to its intersection northerly and easterly alongthe successful bid Norman and Leland Brallier, first team to win four games eL1er1 erx ,

defendants in the amount of RANGE 21 EAST, containing 75 with Pratt Street, Bradford-Union county line percent and of the the balance of the and two fire department will decide the class team Thur,5at'I0bsun ej
acres, more or less in Bradford north and the line of Section 30, price pay Dobbs Championship.
$44,100.62 together with costs thence run east on to west members, Earl and '
fifteen ((15))
due within days.
sum a"1"L
of collection County, Florida. Pratt Street to its intersectionWIth Township 5 South, Range 21 Donald Alvarez, will study the [

I, Dolph E. Reddish Sheriff of Less and except existing roads Orange Street, thence run East, thence run south along jurisdiction The Court of this shall matter retain for suitability of the site and J>En!'()\.\\-'o| ; //a>o"3Mu) 5tKQ"g]

Bradford County have seized and rights-of-way. south on Orange Street to its said section line, and extension report at the next regular
and have in my possession the All that portion of the Southwest intersection with Call Street, thereof to State Road 100, purposes refusing bids of as reviewing well as failure and of council meeting. Mrs Maggie lodge I and L GAINESVILLE -I
Quarter of Northwest
following described real propertyto \ thence run easterly along Call thence run southeasterly along bidder. The It as now planned to con-
wit: Quarter of Northeast Quarter of Street to Bessant Road, thencerun State Road 100 to its intersection performance by a struct a building approximately OOOOOOOOOO0CX3OOQOOOOOOOOOOOOO4DeWitt
Court in discretion may reject
North half of Northeast Section 2, Township 6 South east along Bessant Road to with Pratt Street, 40 x 40 with half

Quarter less and excepting Five Range 21 East, lying Nor. the easterly boundary of the City thence run north and east on any The bid Trustees under and$601.00 debtor per estate acre. being used for a city hall and C. Jones

acres in the Northeast corner thwesterly of graded road. of Starke, thence run north Pratt Street to its intersectionwith for half for a fire station. Cost of
described Containing 2 1/2 acres more or the of Street, thence run shall not be responsible any estimated
thereof particularly as along easterly boundary Orange costs involved in the land sale or the structure is at
the North 340 feet of the East less.The the City of Starke to its intersection south on Orange Street to its transfer, all said costs and taxes from $12,000 to $18.000, and it Funeral Home
660 feet of the Northeast above described real with Alligator Canal, intersection with Call Street, will be paid for by the city
which encumber the land being
Quarter of Northeast Quarter of property will be sold to the thence follow the westerly thence run easterly along Call paid from the proceeds of this from revenue sharing funds. STARKE PHONE 964-6200 8

Section 2: IN TOWNSHIP 6 highest bidder on Thursday, course of Alligator Canal to the Street to its intersection with About $6,000 is already on RENTAL

SOUTH, RANGE 21 EAST December 27, 1973 at 12.00 northeast corner of Lot Nine ((9)) Walnut Street, thence run sale.Dated of j 6EDS
this day 1 HOSPITAL WALKERS, WHEELCHAIRS
o'clock at the northwest tI I)
noon llrl/mil/mil/
75 less Sub DiviSion thencerun Walnut Street to
containing acres, more or Blanding southerly along .
December, A. D. 1973.G. 8 CRUTCHES
in Bradford County, Florida. corner of Bradford County westerly along the north line State Road 200 (US 301)), I |
I will not be responsible for
Less and except existing roads Courthouse. of Lot Nine ((9)) Blanding SubDivision continuing southerly along State Ulmer Miler debts incurred by anyone other KEYSTONE HEIGHTS ji ]
and nghts-of-way. to the intersection of Road 200 (US 301)) to its intersection
All that portion of the South- Dolph E. Reddish Sheriff Jackson and St Clair Streets, with State Road 227, Stuart C. Simpson Trustees than myself Walter H Johns PHONE 473-3176 j jOOOOOQOOOOQOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOa I
Bradford County, Florida
west Quarter of Northeast continuing westerly along thence run westerly and 11 12/13 12/20/ >
Quarter of Section 2, Township 2t 1220IN Jackson Street to the Seaboard southerly along State Road 227 2tp

6 South, Range 21 East, lying Airline Railroad, thence run to State Road 18, continuing * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

Northwesterly of graded road. THE CIRCUIT COURT OF northerly along the Seaboard westerly and southerly along .

Containing 2 1/2 acres more or FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL Airline Railroad to its intersection State Road 18 to the west line of
4-
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less.The CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR with Adkins Street, Section 28, Township 7 South .
above described real BRADFORD COUNTY. CIVIL thence run westerly along Range 21 East, \thence run south
property will be sold to the ACTION. Adkins Street to its intersectionWIth along said section line, and .

highest bidder on Thursday CASE NO. 73-304 State Road 200 (Temple extension thereof to the .

December 27, 1973 at 12.00 Avenue), thence run northerly Bradford-Alachua county line, .

a o'clock noon at the northwest In Re: The Marriage of JAMESH. along State Road 200 (Temple thence run westerly and nor :c HRISTMflS .

. corner of Bradford County GOODSON. Husband and Avenue) to Farmers Market therly along the Bradford- Jf .

Courthouse. OLLIE JUANITA W. GOOD- Road, thence run westerly along Alachua county line to .its .

SON, Wife Farmers Market Road to State convergence with the Bradford- .

Dolph E. Reddish Sheriff Road 16, thence run nor Union county line, the said pointof .

Bradford County. Florida4t NOTICE OF ACTIONTo thwesterly along State Road 16 beginning. .

1129.1220 to the Bradford Union county .

Olhe Juanita W Goodson line (New River, ), thence run 2. That this resolution be fully .
spread upon the minutes of this 4-
NOTICEI Pleasant Grove southwesterly along the .
Greer South Carolina Bradford Union county line to School Board in compliancewith .
the Chapter 230 00'', Florida 4-
west line of Section 30 .
I will not be responsible for
debts other than my own. YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a Township 5 South, Range 21 Statutes. .
Petition for Dissolution of East, the said point of begin 3. That a certified copy of this .

Oyde Noah Marriage has been filed againstyou rung resolution be delivered to the 44 TEES .
44
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
2tp 1213IN and you are required to .
!serve a copy of your written (Icl) SCHOOL BOARD Bradford County Fonda for .
recording in the Public Records
defenses, if any, to it on MEMBER RESIDENCE AREA .
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF WAYNE P. CASTELLO No 3: of Bradford County Florida in .

THE SECOND JUDICIAL Petitioner's attorney, whose Commencing at the point of compliance with Chapter 44- *

CIRCUIT IN AND FOP. address is 1133 N. W. 23rd intersection of the southernmostright 230 061, Florida Statutes 44- .
BRADFORD COUNTY Avenue Gainesville Florida of way of Slate Road 18 4. That a certified copy of this, 44-

FLORIDA CASE NO 1 1952 32601 on or before January 15 and the Bradford Clay county resolution be forthwith deliveredto 44 *

1974 and file the original with line, thence run northerly and the Honorable Jeneva M 44 M

in Ro The Estate of EVA WOOD the Clerk of this Court either westerly to Stale Road 100, Flynn, Supervisor of Elections
STUMP Deceased before service on Petitioner's thence run northwesterly along Bradford County Court House. 44- *

attorney or immediately State Road 100 to Water Street Starke, Florida 44 *
within the limits of Starke. 5. That a certified copy of this
NOTICE OF FILING 'thereafter otherwise a defaultwill city
PETITION FOR FINALDISCHARGE be entered against you for Florida continuing northerly resolution 1 bo forthwith tran 44- TRICED RIGHT

OF the relief demanded in the along Water Street to its in smitted to the Honorable 44

EXECUTRIXESNoticfl PHition' terspction with Gill Street (IState Richard B Stone, Secretary of

WITNESS my hand and the Road 230)) thence run easterly State The CapItol Tallahassee 4-
along Call Street (State Road Florida, .in compliance with *, .
is hereby \r.iven| that WP Vial of this Court on December
have film) our final returns as 1973 230)) to Bessant Road thence Chapter 230 061' Florida : :

executrixes of thp estate of EVA run east along Bosscint Road to Statutes ,'

WOOD STUMP deceased that GILBERT BROWNAs the easterly boundary of the Cityof 6 That in compliance with 44- .

/*' have filed, our petition for Clerk of the Court Starke thence run north Chapter 230 061 Florida 44-

distribution and for final By Donna M BransonAs along the easterly boundary of Statutes, a certified, copy of this 44-

discharge and that on January [Deputy Clerk the City of Starke to its in resolution bo forthwith Iran

18. 1974 w*> will, apply to the 1? 13 4t' 1 110RESOLUTION/ tersection with, Alligator' Canal, smitten to the Bradford County 44- STflRKE3VCEESOPEN

Honorable GAorlJl) L Patten thence run along the westerly Telegraph a newspaper 44 44- THE /

Circuit Judge of Bradford OF THE course of Alligator Canal to the published in Bradford County.FloroLl .
44
County Florida for approval ofsiid SCHOOL BOARD OF BRAD- southeast corner of Lot Eight ((81 for publication therein in -
final Blanding SubDivision thencerun its issues of Dt'ciTntx'r 13 19/3 44
returns and for an FORD *
COUNTY FLORIDA TO
order of distribution and for final DESCRIBE BY BOUNDARYAND westerly along the south line and the final publication to 44- *
of Lot Eight ((8)) appear| << in the issue of December 44
discharge as executrixes of the Blanding *
DEFINE BY NUMBER THE
will of EVA WOOD STUMP SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER SubDivision to the intersectionof 20 1973 md that upon final 44 AlE FDR BUSINESS' *

ceased RESIDENCE AREAS ONE ID( ) Jackson and St Clair Streets, publication thereof in .irfieldvitby 44
DATED this 7th day of continuing westerly along the publisher of said
THROUGH FIVE -
((5)) OF THE -
-
D'cpmtnr. 1973 SCHOOL DISTRICT OF Jackson Street to its intersection newspaper b bo mKle and idol, ", -

EVELYN STUMP GRIFFIN BRADFORD COUNTY with, the Seaboard with this original resolution and 44 - .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 4
Executrix FLORIDA Airline Railroad, thence run made d part hereofBE *
LILLIAN STUMP. northerly along the Seaboard IT FURTHER RESOLVED 4 4

Executrix Airline Railroad to its intersection that all resolutions and parts of 44
WHEREAS The School with Adkins Street resolutions<< relating to School
Board of Bradford 6 TILL 9pm Week
County voted Nights
M HOWARD WILLIAMS unanimously at its regular thence run westerly along Board "Member" Residence Areasin TIME pm 4
Post Office Box 382 Adkins Street to its intersection conflict herewith are herebyand 4
held December
meeting on 5, *
with State Road 200 ( forever rppptledBE ) 4
Tallahassee. Florida 32302 Temple
Attorney for Executrixes board 1973 to member re define residence the school areas Avenue), thence run northerly IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat ** and 1 TILL 9pm Sat. 4

12134113 1 of the school district of Bradford along State Road 200 I Temple this resolution shall be pm 4
Avenue) to its intersection with effective immediately upon its -
County, andWHEREAS
State Road 16 I adoption w 44
Brownlee
EXAMINATIONNotice NOTICE OF said Board Street*, thence run easterly THE SCHOOL BOARD OF Also Open Sunday Afternoon
unanimously approved con 44
.
along State Road 16 I Brownlee I BRADFORD COUNTY *
forminng said school member
Street) to its ,intersection, with I FLORIDA *
is hereby residence areas with the CountyCommissioner's
\given pur
Seeber. *
Goodman
suant to Chapter 16C 7, Florida Districts in the Seaboard Airline Railroad Chairman PLACE

Administrative Code, Rules and Bradford County Florida thence run northerly along the Johnny Blaine ViceChairmanH. Thompson ** Grassy Area Alongside 44

Regulations Governing Water Seaboard Airline
NOW THEREFORE BE IT Railroad to the A. Lawson Member *
Well Contractors in Florida of RESOLVED by the School north line of Township 6 South, *
Rodney P. Hall Member
4
an Examination for a Water Well Board of Bradford County, thence run east along the north Arthur N. Hdliday Member 44

Contractor's License. The Florida in Special Meeting duly line of Township, 6 South to the >ATTEST: Jim Temple, ** Baldwin Chevy-Olds

examination will be given at the assembled this 6th day of Bradford-Clay county line,
following times" dates, and December, '973, as follows thence run south along the ]1 2/132t! 12/20 *

locations to all qualified ap- 1 In conformance: with the Bradford.Clay county line to the .w4 * iF44M 44$4 * * * * * * 4Page14






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FOR SALE Registered AngusBull FOR SALE: 1967 Lincoln
INSURANCEAT
Calves. J. B. White. Continental as Is. $400. Call D.C. Carnes BEGGS

CLASSIFIED AD RATES 12 x 60 Repossessed Mobile Phone 964-6114. tfchg 964-8404. Itchg.SITUATIONS. REDUCED RATES Long Champ

Home Take over payments.Big Nursery TF Gulf Service AUTO FIRE. BOAT ,
Deadline for insertion ''G Mobile Home Sales. ----------- THOUSANDSOF Home and
DOYLE E. CONNER
Tuesday Noon preceding Highway 90 East Lake City WANTED PLANTS FRUIT Materials*
Building
AGENCY
INSURANCE
WATSON'SHOUSEOFVACUUMS USED
Thursday before publication. Fla. Phone 7523201. tfchg. TREES. SHADE TREES.
CHG
Minimum Charge$2.00 EVERGREENS. CAMELLIAS TF -WE BUILD
(Covers ----------.--
IS Words) Many brands of new vacuums AZALEAS ROSES MOST IN PARTSFOR "YOUR PLANS OR OURS
Each word over IS $3900 up. Used machines CANS PLANT ELANOSCAPING
10 cents SAVE from $,,0. Expert Repairs all WILL BABY SIT in my home 23 MI. Anton's YOUR LOT OR OURS"
Big Clean and
rugs time for
part or working
makes. Mobile Homes
Parts and Accessoriesfor S.E. OF STARKE. HWY 100
All Classified Ads must be upholstery with Blue Lustre. all mothers. Ph. 9647012. 2tp MOST MAKESOF FREE ESTIMATES
vacuums. Built in FLORAHOME 659-2165 SINGLES & DOUBLE
Rent electric shampooer $1. 12/13 1220EXPERIENCED
paid for in advance unless CARS
have an established you Derrick Inc.. 301 E. Call St., central vacuum cleaning WIDES REMODELING REPAIRS
account 9646163.FOR systems. 712 N, Main EXPANDO ROOMS a ADD
with the ------------ ADDITIONS
event 50 cents Telegraph.extra In that Gainesville 3767110. TF Filing Cabinents; office fur 24 HR.WRECKER SERVICE ON ROOMS
charge
for niture; index file drawers FREE DELIVERY AND SETUP HOMES BOUGHT SOLD
Not
billing.
responsible for SALE: Solid maple student dependable lady Bradford HWY 301 N. WALDO
County TFLICENSED TRADED
Telegraph. TF 100 MILE RADIUS
when
errors given over the desks and chests of drawers desires days work. Call 964-
phone or when copy l Is not $35 each. 16 maple dining t FOR RENT 6716. 2tp 12/13 PHONE 468-1998 BANK FINANCING ACREAGE FOR SALE
1
typed and brought to the of
chairs,$8 each. maple bunk HWY 17 NORTH 964-6853
fice. Magic Transparent tape all GREEN COVE
bed complete, $60. Metal ------------
Bunk Beds without matress sizes Bradford County TEL. 284-5001 HWY 301 S. STARKE TF i

$15each.-George Ricks, 964- WANTED Part Time Job. 18 : Cy Telegraph. TF 264-7311
FOR RENT 3 BR house and : ear ,free' TF
5184. ItpMOBILE apartments in !Starke; also year old girl desires part time
house in W. H. work after school from 1:30 .
country
r FOR SALE J' ------------ Noilman. tfchg p.m. til 6. Type 40 wpm and Service MILLERBrownVolkswagen

experience.have had previous 473-4648 cashier after qt' Hipp Tractor Co.
I HOME ------------
REPOSSESSION 1:30: or evenings. Itp
65 x 12, 2
DOUBLEWIDES? We have INSURED
BR Model, extremely dean FOR RENT 12' wide mobile Farm MachinesNEW
them. 24 x 66, 3 or 4 BR, 2
------------
baths only 8995. Your with 3 ton central air. See at homes outside city limits. J. FREE ESTIMATES
Crestview Mobile B. White. Ph.
Homes 9646114. If no
double wide specialist. Direct P Q. BOX 605 & USED
4411 NW 13th Street answer call 964-6152. tfchg
Factory Outlet. Big'G' Mobile

Home Sales, Highway 90 Gainesville. 1 tchg.---- HOUSES FOR SALEFOR 1joJi, J/oJ NEW & USED 4 MI. NORTH ON U.S. 441 TELEPHONE 372-3464
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----------- 'WI
East. Lake City Fla. Phone ------ 475-2233 DAY OR NIGHT SALES SERVICE
7523201. 12/6/ 4tchg 12/27 FOR RENT New luxurious 4 CHEYENE CROSS Gainesville Fla.

FOR SALE: Teenage girl prefers BR,2 bath home on Hampton L.J. BON.NELL 1MI. NORTH OF THE MALL ,
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Honda to horse. Exceptional Lake. Unfurnished SALE: Beautiful 2 BR B/30-13T-1I/22 GAINESVILLE TF
gentle mare and track included S300/month. Fireplace. All home C. B. Constructionwith "WHERE SERVICE IS THE BETTER IDEA"

FOR SALE: Acre homesrtes 1/2 $150. Joanie Miller, the Extras. Phone 4681893. C A/H system ((11 mos.
mle south of Starke on West 475.2518.2tp 12/17. Itp 12/13 old). Carport. Nice groundsand A.A. Meeting
side of 301. road. 1850000. Owner
on county area. Your
from 20 9647246. FRIDAY OLINS MOBILE HOME SALESHWY.
Priced $2,695 percent ------------ ------------ 1tp 12/13 NIGHT

down with payment to Real Estate 8:3O: P.M. 100 W. PH. 964-5606 --

suit. 96461912tchg.. 12/13 FOR SALE: Firewood delivered FOR RENT; Looking for a lot to Broker 1
split ready to burn hardwoodand put your mobile home? 2 2 Bedroom. Frame Living 390 N. CHERRY ST. THIS IS YOUR DREAM HOME 1
------ ----- lightered.$40 per truck or FREE months on yearly lease. Room Dining Room;Kitchen 1 24X65
PEACHTREE DOUBLE WIDE 3 BEDROOM.
by cord. Phone 964.5569.2tp $30 monthly all city con Bath 301 North. Buy Sell- Trade WANT TO DRINK. THAT'S 2 BATH FAMILY ROOM & CARPET THROUGHOUTFALL
12/13-12/20 veniences. No children under
FOR SALE: Sawdust and 16. BRADFORD PARK. North 3 Bedroom, CB Construction 1 Appraisals YOUR BUSINESS CLOSE-OUT SALE- S14.99st:

shavings.We deliver. Ph.771- ------------ Temple. 4tchg. 12/27. 1/2 baths, Living Room Dining TF 12X60 2 BR FULLY FURNISHED 54.499 TF

2368, Jacksonville. 3tchg. Room Kitchen, Extra Long CALL BILL POWELL WANT TO STOP.
12/20. Ranvly Room. Central Heat and OURBUSINESS
------------ THAT'S
FOR SALE 1972 Honda 100. Air, Natural Gas, Large Lot, OFFICE 964-6464 TF

------------ Like new extra nice Escnptionally Nice. RESIDENCE-
Christmas gift. $395. Phone 964-681O STARKE BUILDERSA

FOR SALE: Reduce safe and 964-6461 between 8::30 a.m. HELP WANTED 3 Bedroom CB Construction 1
t J COMPLETE BUILDING SERVICE
fast with COBESE tablets and and 530,: p.m. 12/13 2tchg 1/2 baths. Uving Room with FURNITURE
E.VAP"water pills",Andrews 12/17 Fireplace, Kitchen Family Adult Mobile PHONE 964-527O 219 E.WASHINGTON ST
Pharmacy, 356 W. MadisonSt. Room Covered Patio. FurnitureAt STARKE. FLA.

., Starke. 5tp 1/3/74 ------------ Home ParkIN Discount Congoleum Shinyl Vinyl"THE
WANTED: Woman with some 3 Bedroom Antique Brick, 1 1/2

------------ FOR SALE Wurlitzer organ practical nursing experienceto baths. Living Room, Dining CITY LIMITS S3O A MONTH COMPLETE !I NO WAX FLOOR- $4.59
Model 4300 old violin, hand- help care for invalid Room Kitchen Double Garage HOUSEHOLD ,, COMPLETELY INSTALLED COMPARE AT $6 50
Phone 5 husband. Board room and Carpet Galore Chain Link WALK TO NEIGHBORHOOD FURNISHINGSUP PER SO YD
knit stole. 473-4418
FOR SALE: Fla.cedar Christmas salary. Ph 473-4478 before 10
to 11 Fence 1.8 acre of land, Adjacent GROCERY AND NEW
trees cut or dig your own. p.m. 2tchg.'J a.m. or evenings.. Itchg. to Golf Course.A Beauty TO 40% SAVINGS Beautifully SculpturedHI
Under 5 ft. $2, over 5 ft $4. SHOPPING CENTERTF LOW NYLONf'' ," '.". I'"
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Butch Faulkner. 964 6534. 2tp ------------ 10Acres Land with Pecan Trees JO-LU COURT Baxley Chair Co. MANY COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM EXCEEDS

12/13 MANAGER TRAINEE needed Every 40' All Directions. 648 CASSETT 1 BLOCK FHA SPECIFICATIONS COMPLETELY $vx9

FOR SALE: Old Hot Point dryer. for progressive Consumer U.S. 301 SOUTH FROM MO TF INSTALLED OVER RUBBER PADDING PER SO YD
------------
Works. $35. Hchg.MOBILE Finance Company OJT VA 70 Acres with Pecan Trees Off
approved training program. 301. PHONE 964-881O JACKSONVILLE 389-1741 Snag
FOR SALE CERAMICS 50 THE CARPET WITH THE NOW LOOK I
: per ------------ Auto necessary. Rapid ad- AUTO ELECTRIC
cent off on all greenware 25 vancement. Call John Bradley 25 Acres High Land on Paved 100% CONTINUOUS FIL. NYLON MANY TF

per cent off on all Bisque. 964-5010.2tchg. 12/13 Road. Poultry Equip.Of COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM COMPLETELY
LOCKS 5 miles North of I HOME PEAVY INSTALLED OVER RUBBER PADDING PER SO YD I.Bill's .95
Starke 301. Ph. 7823592. REPOSSESSION 65 x 12, 2 Brothers
on ------------ All Kinds.R. .
2tp 12/13 BR Model extremely clean Call us, we have more.
with 3 ton central air. See at Electric Co.
Q. SIMMONS EQUIP.
Crestview Mobile Homes
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4411 NW 13th Street, GEORGE ROBERTS CO. ALTERNATORSSTARTERS- C. B. Radio

Gainesville. Itchg MISCELLANEOUSCRACKING REAL ESTATE
317 E. BROWNLEE ST. GENERATORS 321\ Temple Ave.

Jacksonville .- ----------- 986 N.Temple Ave., StarkePh. STARKE. FLA. REGULATORS S64-B34G

.964-7826 Starke, Fla,
GARAGE SALE: Sofa rugs, PECANS daily at Wayne Douglas AssociatePh. AUTOTRUCK -

DirectoryAUTO crib baby items, State Farmers Market C. R. .964-6593 PHONE 964-6819 Diesel All Types Of Electronic Equipment
miscellaneous. Sat. & Sun. 5 Bradford. 5tp 12/27.

SALES AND to8, Dec. 15th and 16th.1029 TFCHG 4O44 LENOX AV JAX
---------- TF
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SERVICE Southgate Drive. Ph. 964- 387-2528 EXPERTINSTALLATION
7044. Itp $ SAVES"FRED I

Parrish Motors WANTED Used furniture, We GC Jr.HrTREE EXPERT ADVICEBill
------------- refrigerators washers Dah- DAVIS
PumpsNew
SALES mer's Discount House. tfchg GMC TRUCKS SERVICEALL Now Sells Hunting & Fishing Licenses
SALE 1972 12 50, 2
FOR : x
BUICK -
PONTIAC"A
TYPES TREE WORK
SERVICE VOLVO bedroom mobile home. Take And UsedSALES & All Management Permits.
LITTLE RIDE CAN BULLDOZIER LAND
PARTS over payments of $77.45 a
month. Ph. 9648109. Itp STEAM CLEANING Engines of SAVE YOU A LOT"TF CLEARINGCOMPLETELYINSURED Home of the Magnetic Signs
ALWAYS GOOD USED CARS all types automotive farm GREEN COVE SPRINGS" AND LICENSED PARTS
24 Hour Service
921 LAURA ST -
machinery. Boyd Service Ph
------------ FREE ESTIMATES SERVICE
PH 356-5654 964-8359. tfchg
JIMMY MOORE'S 24 YEARS EXPERIENCE DEEP SHALLOW WELLS

PIANOS MOBILE HOME JAX. 768-8522
REPOSSESSION 65 x 12, 2 SAWS SHARPENED work Sun SportsMORE OR STARKE 964-9935 Plumbing Supplies eaoooexoooootsoaooooo4oaoTIRED

YAMAHA PIANOS BR Model extremely clean guaranteed. Call 964-7509 or IOTP 1/31
BOAT FOR
CONN AND KIMBALL with 3 ton central air. See at leave at Jackson Building YOUR MONEY TF EXPERT SERVICEON OFWORKING
.
ORGANS Crestview Mobile Homes, Supply Starke or Keystone
4411NW 13th Street, Heights. Tlchg. STARKE PH 964-5791 ALL MAKES

Gainesville. Itchg. PHONE 964.7061Durrance FOR

COMPLETE OUTBOARD & -
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STERN DRIVE SERVICE
SOMEONE ELSE?
BUYING pecans daily at State AND REPAIR FIAT

TV Color picture .ubes only V79 Farmers Market. J. R. COMPLETE FIBERGLASS PUMP a SUPPLY co.
plus labor, Dahmers Discount. Wainwright. tfchg. SALES PARTSSERVICE
REPAIR 864-N. TEMPLE AVE.
tfchg CUSTOM BUILT FIBER NEW AND USED
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GLASS FISHING BOATS USED IMPORT CARS
KIMBALL "SWINGER"ORGAN ------------
WANTED horse saddles what Sale I
have you got? Dahmers Harfred Auto ... For ].......?..
ROOSEVELT FOR SALE: Red Cedar BRAND"NEW"3 PC.
MALL Discount
386-8519 Christmas trees 964-5614. tfchg. United Farm Imports, Inc. SUNOCO

2929 N W 13TH GAINESVILLE Mrs. W. A. Stern. 3tp 12/20 ------------ Agency, Inc 509 E. UNIVERSITY* BEDROOMSUITE

GAINESVILLE3724373 7995%
------------ WANTED: Land in Bradford REG. REAL ESTATE BROKER TF ............................

County contact George PAUL & IRENE BOAT TRAILER
.FOR SALE: Firewood Pine hittrell 140 Stockton Street. FAULKNERASSOCIATES
RUBBERSTAMPS and hardwood. Truck NEW-TILT TYPE
Cyprus Jacksonville Fla. Ph. 771-

or load 9648331.deliveries.4tchg.Call 12/27 468-1551 6989. 4tp, 12/27 2305 N. TEMPLE AVE. SewingMachine ...................13000......... Looking For A Change?
STARKE. FLA. 964-5O65
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WANT TO SELL OR BUY
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Sunoco Offers
REAL ESTATE? SERVICE FOR EIGHT

MOBILE HOME MOVING. Also CALL US FOR BEST PRICES SALES AND SERVICE I1995
mobile home hurricane anchoring AUTOMOBILESUSED PROSPECTS WAITING TFCHG PFAFF ELNA '............................ 1 1. PAID TRAINING 2. FINANCING
and mobile home roof 15 PC, HEAVY CAST 3.3 BAY 2 LIFT STATION 4. 3OOOOGAL/MO.
Made To Order coating. Olio's MOBILE Home NEW HOME ALUMINUM "WATERLESS"COOKWARE ALLOCATION
Service.964-5606 Rt. 100 W. SET

Bradford CountyTelegraph Starke, Fla. tfchg Martin WHITE ONLY '29M FOR INFORMATION CALL:

FOR Air SALE: 1971 MUSTANG. Campersu.s. $49.50 ............................ MIKE CAPEZZERA ((904)) 353-O941
steering radio
New 3 BR brick house central power up
heat/air/ wall to wall carpets, vinyl top and auto. trans. 90 WEST LAKE CITY Car Tires EVENING: ((904)) 378.0108 TF
FHA or conventional financing. $400. Equity and take up PHONE 752-3723 PARTS & REPAIRS ON ALL Fan Belts
payments. Call 964-7847 after
SELECTION OF OTHER MAKE MACHINESNational
FOR BEST
'lit Raiford 3 BR frame house in 4:30: p.m. Itp TRAVEl. TRAILERS Water Hoses. .

You'd have thought good condition $14,000. MINI-HOMES .............................
that the oil demand ------------
would I 'have eased TRUCK CAMPERSAND
Lakefront Lots in Bush's GulfN.
Keystone
FOR SALE: 1967 Dodge Polara
somewhat when tile and Starke TOPPERSFULL 611 W. UN IV. AVE.GAINESVILLE. .
area area. P/S. P/B A/C. Ph.964.8848.2tchg. .
public idols stopped using 12/13 12/20./ LINE OF PARTS AND FLA. TEMPLE AVE
10 much of it on A.J.Thomas-Realtor 378-1355 TF Egyptian priests had an eye-catching custom of applying
their hair. 964-6162 SERVICE TF 964-7361 eye makeup to the statues of their gods.
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CHURCH ACTIVITIESChurch : Miss Arthurine Blanchard Community
visited her cousins Mr. and
of God Sunday by Elizabeth Terry Mrs C. S. McLeod, in
School, 10 a.m. Worship Jacksonville, Wednesday to CII\PTER
DELL B* EIIuheth l Givens:! WAfter
Services 11 a.m. and 6pm. tata on Dec.23 at 7:30.: All are party at the home of Mr. and Saturday. While there she nES
Prayer meeting Wednesday, welcome. Mrs. Nelson Blocker and attended the funeral of Mrs.
7:30 p.m. family of Lake City, for their Bill Harrell on Friday. On Dell Chapter 1S8 DES will Ebenezer Baptist Church. the 6 service.
mother, Mrs. W. M. Blocker, Sunday she was an overnight hold its regular meeting Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. service p.m.will be Christmas Holidays. Christmas practice
Faith Baptist Church SCHOOL NEWS recently.Mr. guest of Miss Esther Mason, Thursday night, Dec. 13, at 8pm Christmas rehearsal will be held Christmas began Monday and will last
Day, Dec. 25, at 11
Radio WPXE a.m. and
Program over of Jacksonville.Mrs. Masonic Hall for two weeks.
in the on held for the next two weeks,
Starke, Sam. Sundays: Bible evening service at 6 p.m. The
The Christmas Programwas and Mrs. Earl Denmarkand Brownlee Street. All membersare which will eliminate Bible
School. 10 a.m. Worship presented Tuesday nightat family, of Atlanta were Ivory Thompson is a asked to please be Class and Prayer Meeting.: public is invited to attend. "Credit ia easier to find
Services, 11 a.m. and 7:30: the P. T. A. meeting. The Sunday overnight guests of patient in Riverside Hospital. present. Business of vital Sunday Services will begin than quicksand, although
p.m. School on Bible Doctrine first grade sang several of the their mother Mrs. Lois We are sorry to learn the importance. with Sunday School at 9:45.: Rev.New Bethel Baptist Church, either one will swallow you
Tuesday 8 p.m. at Pastor's traditional songs and the fifth Carter, and other relatives. news and our prayers are Morning service at 11. Leroy Davis Pastor. up.-Clarln D. Ashby, the
home. Prayer meeting grade presented a play with with her. CHURCH NEWS Communion will be given in Weekly terminated services have been Unitah Basin (Utah) Stand-
Wednesday, 7:30: p.m. Bible the holiday theme. Jimmy Eunice of Atlanta, until after the ard.

Study. Two audio-visual machines was a Wednesday overnight Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Greater Allen Chapel AME ._ ...-...........-.- -----
have been purchased by the P. guest of his parents, Mr. and Robertson attended the Church, Rev. B. C. Williams - ----
Grace United Methodist T. A. These machines will be Mrs. Harold Eunice and other funeral of Mrs. Eva Howardat pastor.Junior Choir rehearsalwas
Church Sunday School 9:45: used primarily in the reading relatives. Milliard Primitive Baptist held Wednesday night at LiIF1iEIOJL
a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. program at the school. Church on Sunday. 7:30.: Sunday services will
and7p.m.I1YFWednesday,7p.m. Mrs. Fuller's Drama Class Miss Margie Ann Denman, begin with Sunday School at 10
followed by Choir from Bradford High School Mrs. Jack Kuhne and John, Mrs. C. A. North and a.m. Morning service at 11.
practice at 7:30.: presented a play on Wednesday spent Wednesday with her children of Jacksonville, Choir Union will be held at
The members of the mother Mrs. Jim Newsom, were Friday overnight guestsof Hope Well at 3 p.m. Rev. SERVICE
Highland Baptist Church class also talked with the and other relatives.Mrs. her brother-in-law and Easow pastor. Evening
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. teachers and students about sister !Mr. and Mrs. S. L. service 5:30.: All membersare
Worship Services 11 a.m. dramatic activities. Truman Norman spent Swindell and family asked to please cooperatewith
Choir practice 6:30: p.m. School will be dismissed on the week with her daughterinlaw all activities. 1 Mi. N. Of Raiford On S. 229 (Sanderson Rd.)
Evening Service 7:30: Prayer Wednesday Dec. 19, at 2:15: Mrs. Reggie Norman, of Mrs. P. L. Dinkins returned
Meeting Wednesday 7:30: p.m. for the Christmas and New Itchtucknee Springs while home with her daughter, Mrs. Greater Bethlehem
Rev. Sanford Mills, a Year's Holidays. School will Reggie attended Park Jim Button of Jacksonville, Freewill Baptist Church, Rev.
converted Jew of Ft. start again on Thursday, Jan. Management Seminar Schoolat on Dec. 2. They brought her Jasper Williams pastor.
Lauderdale conducted a 3. Fort Lauderdale. home on Dec. 10 and returnedto Christmas rehearsal will be
revival from Thursday their home during the afternoon held !Monday through Thur- NowOpen
through Sunday. He conductsone Mrs. Mae Wells, Mrs. Joe sday at 7:30.: Tuesday night
each year. Mrs. Mills was PERSONALS Shuford, Mrs. Rembert Senior Choir rehearsal.
with him. Dinner was servedon Carradine, and Mrs. Dobbs, Wednesday night general
the grounds after the Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Swindelland attended the funeral of Mrs Prayer Meeting at 7. Thur
service on Sunday at noon. sons spent Sunday with Wm. Harrell, of Jacksonville.Mr. sday night the Ladies Circle
Home Plant
Or SalesFor
their brother-in-law and the Od1VmE/l; will meet at the home of Mrs. Delivery
Northside Baptist Church sister, Mr. and Mrs C. A. .and Mrs. Phil Eunice, of Rebecca Allen. Friday night.
Sunday School, 10 a.m. North and family of Graham, were Friday guestsof Junior Choir will meet for
Worship Services 11am. and Jacksonville.Mrs. their parents, Mr. and Mrs. rehearsal. Prayer Band will Fast Dependable Service Call
7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting Harold Eunice. meet at the home of Mrs.
Monday at 7:30.Beginning : Mae Wells, Mrs. Joe 1.tf Sarah Prince. Saturday
Dec. 9 the Choir Dorko Donna and Art Green, Miss !Margie Ann Denman dinners will be sold from the Bill Or Debbie Hunnicutt Owners
will practice Sunday nights at of Albany Ga., attended the spent the weekend with her kitchen.
6 p.m. for a Christmas Can- 90th birthday anniversary parents. Chief and !Mrs Sunday is pastoral day.
Vernard Hughes, in Green Services will begin with
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hand 8 and Mrs. Earl Walker, wallet and a slim stomach." service 6 p.m. Visitors .
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