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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 17, 1973
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Board called a special money half time, Bradford High
meeting Thursday night to Architect Don Morgan cagers put on a fiery third
accept BHS Phase III as showed drawings of bus barns and fourth quarter effortto
substantially complete but which the school board has roll 63-49 over the
decided to postpone action been considering lately. St.
until Dec. 20. Temple said $50,000()( to $70,000 visiting Augustine
could be made available for Yellow Jackets Saturday
( After going over a "punchlist" the building. night for a Florida Star
of requirements read by
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conference win.
board attorney Gene Shaw
Architect Don Morgan told the This is the third straight win
group he could not recom- for the Tornadoes after
mend the acceptance after all. Pecans Sales dropping the opening game
Morgan on the previous against Baker County 52-50
L Tuesday gave the board his Avg. 30 CentsPecans then beating Madison,
) recommendation that the Buchholz and then St.
',{ t 'rr1 er .i3d building be accepted as
d brought an averageof Augustine.The Tornadoes will
substantially complete. 30 cents a pound at Thur go into the Christmas
.__ '. "Kwp Christ In Christmas" Is the theme of his top prize'winning final entered In the 1973 Stark Christmas para ie by Bradford High 'School sday's auction at the Starke' Holidays with a"3-1 game

Pine Level Baptist Church, perennially a top entry. Principal Charles Francis State Farmers Market. record: Thursday-Saturday
reported that some hardwarewas Market manager Bob Allen the Florida Star Conference
not properly installed and said a total of 19,159 pounds of Tournament will be held at
nuts sold with return to Bolles School in
should be finished. were a Jacksonville.
Hundreds Greet Santa In StarkeHundreds The new science and math growers of $5,781. 6'3 junior Donnie Sewell led
building will value $350,000 Seedlings brought from 26 to the Tornadoes in scoring with
when completed. Business 30 cents a pound; Stewarts 17 points just one point behindSt.

of local residents Bowen and Mayor Neil Tucker Baptist Church. The entry by the Ladies Auxilliary of Friday evening, Dec. 21, for Manager Eddie Douglas said ranged from 20 to 38 cents; Augustine's game scoring
and Curtis from leader Tim Mitchell
went 26 to 37 who had
headed the had been spent to
lined Starke streets to view procession pictured a father reading to Hampton Fire Dept. shopping convenience. $10,160
the annual Christmas parade followed by the Bradford High children while angel trum- furnish the building. This cents. 18 points. But Sewell had
and welcome Santa, Saturday, School Band playing crowd- peters played Christmas The parade signals the Incidentally, the Rescue leaves $1,840 to be used by Allen said the final cleanupsale another bright point as he led
will heldon BUS with rebounds.
of the season be 11 Curtis
Dec. 15.The pleasing selections.( music for_the crowds. Much kickoff of the local Christmas Unit call just prior to the Science Department Head
Floats the Jerry McGrIff for equippingthe Thursday, Jan. 3, giving White grabbed eight reboundsfor
winning top work had obviously been put season. Brian Hamilton, parade's beginning tran-
weatherman awards received recognitionand into the float t which earned the chairman of the Retail sported a lady to the hospitalwho new space. The amount is growers a chance to harvestthe Three BHS.
other
cooperated nicely this week their checks from Marc $65 prize. Merchants Division of the had passed out in front of not nearly enough money to remainder of the crop over Bradford
and provided a touch of the holidays. Hundreds of cagers were in double figures
Jackson at the corner of Call Second went to St. Edward's Chamber of Commerce an- Dr. Felos' office. She was adequately supply the needed
sunshine and comfortable pounds of nuts are still in the Alvaughn Golden added 12
and Walnut St. treated and released equipment, McGriff said.
Catholic Church, third to Girl nounced that most local according -
for the oc trees, Allen said, and points for BHS while CurtisW'hiteandElvaHampton
temperatures growersare
First Place in the to Douglas mentioned that an
com- Scout Troop 520 and Brownie merchants will be open all day a hospital
casion. The event had been urged to harvest these for each
petition went to Pine Level Troop 311, and fourth was won Wednesday, Dec 19 and spokesman. adjustment might be made
postponed the previous after January to give the the final auction. (See Page 7))
Saturday because of rain.

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(Big A) Anderson Titusville, whose mother killing; Dr. Robert Klein, morning murder and Starke
went on trial for his life resides next door to the pathologist from Gainesville, Police Officers Willie Searcyand
Wednedsay, Dec. 12, in the Perkins residence, who was who performed the autopsy in Denton( Devoe, to whom
pistol shooting death of Aretha present at the time of the the afternoon following the Aaron Anderson admitted the
Martin (Frog) Humphries but killing at the time of his arrest
pleaded guilty to second and surrender to their
degree murder in a plea custody
bargaining session before the Big A Killed' FrogCootch Edward ( Seymour )
case got to the jury already Cummings testified that he,
empanelled. Aretha (Frog) Humphries, his
Anderson was sentenced to was scared. Cootch was shaking like a leaf, but common-law wife, Aaron (BigA
an additional 15 years in Cootch testified. ) Anderson and others had 1
Florida State Prison, with the Cootch said that Nooney told them, as Nooney came out the shared a bottle of whiskey
TreesFOR provision that the sentence in door,that Big A had a gun on Frog, and that Big A was gonna early that Saturday morning,
this case will begin after he shoot Frog. and after its c'omsumption
SALEBY completes the sentence for a Cootch and Frog were sisters. that he and Anderson walked
previous murder conviction in Big A killed Frog. down to Willie Sutton's placeto
Oviedo, Florida. Backing out the door Big A turned and took a shot at have breakfast. On the way
JAYCEESAT The tirst degree murder Seymour Cummings said that he saw
case was the final one Big A missed Seymour. the murder weapon in An-'
scheduled for this term of the Frog was the common-law wife of Seymour.Big derson's hip pocket. Willie's
Circuit Court before Judge A told FBI to get out of his way or Big A would shoot place was closed so they
BALDWINCHEVY Theron A. Yawn. FBI too.Seymour. returned to his rooming house.
The charges brought said that he, Frog, Big A and some others had He and Aretha then went to
OLDS against the defendant occurred been drinking and just "messin around" that fatal Saturday the Branding Iron and Anderson Rhea Corbitt looks over the wreckage of this truck that ran Into the caboose! a train at the
on Saturday. July \\ in morning. went to the Perkins railroad crossing on Griffis Loop. Jerome Griffis driver of the truck received minor Injuries
John Perkins' Joint Seymour saw Big A's gun in his hip pocket on the way to place. After having breakfast from the accident.
Florida Star located on North Oak Street in Willie Sutton's place to have breakfast. Willie's place was they also went to the Perkins
the Reno section of Starke. closed. jook and observed Anderson
ConferenceTournament The Humphries killing Seymour and Frog went to the Ironing Brand. asleep on the bench.
occurred 77 days after the Big A went to John s place and sat on the bench. Shortly after their arrival Truck Rams Freight TrainJerome
Big A went to sleep and fell off.
death of Cleo McNeil which Anderson fell off the bench.
also took place at the Perkins Frog and called Seymour helped Big A to his feet. from John's He and Aretha helped him to C. Griffis, 31, from Dec. 12.15, according-to Waldo, collided with the backof
to her
jook. After the second murder Frog Nooney get some cigarettes his feet. Starke, received minor Injuries the Starke Police Depart a 1973 Buick, driven by

f THURSDAY 5:30: the city commissioners place.Nooney came. Frog and Nooney went InsideBig A followed Aretha was out of cigarettesat when his 62 Chevy pick- ment.A Sybil F. Braswell, Starke, on
permanently revoked the and the time, but the jook joint up rammed into a freight train Call Street. Dec. 15. No
Frog Nooney.
I ATBOLLES license of the business was closed. Aretha went next morning, accordingto 1950 Plymouth sedan, damages,
Saturday charges, or injurieswere
I BigA pulled his gun from his pocket and told Frog togive
establishment.In driven
by EqUilla Wasdin
SCHOOLIN him his door to the Perkins residenceand the Florida Highway reported, according to
prosecuting the case for money. I Roberts, Starke, collided witha
called for Eunice Perkinsto Patrol.! Officer George Tomosovitch.
JAX the state, Assistant State'sAttorney Nooney became frightened when she saw Big A holding the sell her the cigarettes. 1968 Chevy Truck, driven by
Ken Hebert called gun on Frog. FHP reported that Griffis Mervin Harold Jackson,
I seven witnesses to the stand Nooney ran out the door.Nooney told Cootch,Seymour and After Eunice and Aretha hit the last car in a train Starke, on SR-200, Dec. 14. A 1968 Ford, driven bv Gary
ConrtayofUummumtu for testimony: Edward the others about Big A pointing the gun at Frog and were inside, Anderson crossing Griffis Loop at 2:35: Damage to the left front of the Bakken, Starke, collided into
(Seymour) Cummings, the demanding his money. Nooney went back home, next door to followed them in; pulling hid a.m., causing $300 damage to Plymouth was estimated at the left side of a 1968 Dodge,
wq, ( common-law husband of the John's place. gun from his pocket Anderson his truck. $200, also $200 done to the driven by Norman Eugene
&tnt junk victim:; Emma (Cootch) Nooney went In. Big A pulled the trigger. He said he did. demanded of Aretha that she No other accidents were truck. No charges or Injuries Sanders,Starke, on ThompsonSt.
.
Martin, the sister of the They all heard the shot Frog fell,fatally wounded. The bullet return his money to him. listed with the highway patrol occurred, according to the Dec. 15. Damages to the

A..1.N.v ......... U. murdered woman; Eunice fired by Big A's gun, entered Frog's left temple, sh tteringFrog's Aretha not have told his him that she did since Telegraph.the last report in the report of Officer Denton estimated left side of at the$100 Dodge, and $75 were to
T. I3O.OOO ky (Nooney) Perkins, the 15 year brain. Frog's death was sudden and certain. The money. DeVoe.A .
,..... D.p- tw..a c-: old daughter of the owner of bullet did not emerge. Eunice becoming Three separate automobile the Ford, according to OfficerDeVoe's
the jook John Perkins; Ollie Frog is In her grave and Big A is back in the pokey for his frightened at Anderson'sSee accidents occurred in the City 1966 Chevrolet, driven by report.No injuries or
Oliver, a visitor from crime. ( Page 4) of Starke during the week Willie Thomas Williams Sr., charges were made.

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I Linda Edwards Weds Joey Bennett In BrookerMiss Luncheon Honors Bradford Hospital Auxiliary Serves Staff Christmas GoodiesThe I

Cheryl Phillips,
Conference Room of the
Linda Laverne Edwards BrideElectMiss Bradford County Hospital was
daughter of Mr. and the setting for the annual
Mrs. Carl T. Edwards of Christmas tea given by the
Brooker and Hiram Joseph Cheryl Phillips was Hospital Auxiliary On Friday,
(Joey) Bennett, son of Mr. and honored at a bridesmaid's Dec. 14.Invited.
Mrs.H.W. Bennett of Lawtey, luncheon Saturday, Dec. 8, in to attend was the
were united in marriage Dec. the Pecan Room of the Garden Hospital board members and
8 at 8 p.m. in the Brooker Restaurant given by Mrs. their wives, the doctors and
Baptist Church. Huston McClane, Mrs. their wives, the hospital staff, '
Rev. James L. Temple Charles Darby, Mrs. Luther ministers and their wives, city ,H.r h1
performed the nuptials. Powell and Mrs. George B. commissioners and their s
Highlighting the altar were ra, : wl Flynn" Jr. wives and the Bradford
two baskets of white mums, t+ ras The long dining table was County Health departmentstaff.
red gladioli and carnations covered with a white linen .
against a background; of cloth and centered with a red, The Conference Room was
branched candelabra en- white and silver Christmas gayly decorated for the occasion -
twined with baby's breath and arrangement. Christmas in the Christmas motif.
holding burning tapers. Two place cards marked the The tea table was covered
seven-branch candelabra with .4 seating arrangement for the with white linen cloth with _i J.. a !M Jr
burning tapers were entwined 14 guests. lace insets and centered withan
with carnations and holly. The hostesses presented the arrangement of red velvet
Jean Douglas, organist, and honoree with an electric roses flanked by silver can- ..a gk'M"
Greg Douglas, soloist, carving knife as a memento of delabra with burning red
presented a program of the occasion tapers.
nuptial music. Members of the Auxiliary
Jimmy Alvarez attended as took turns presiding at the
best man and the ushers were silver tea and coffee service
Danny Bennett, Dennis during the tea hours 9 a.m. to 3 ;
Bennett Wayne Bennett, p.m. py
Eddy Hazen and Bubba i 41
Bennett.
Miss Sandra Edwards,
sister of the bride, attended as [ivllBUCiIB:( [ ( (
maid of honor. She wore a 0t
green velvet empire style Christmas is more than an Hnt.TlC BUTUAIGFItOt'S
gown, trimmed at the neck, I annual event. Christ is more :
waist and sleeves with white
than a spiritual Santa Claus. In the
language of flow-
eyelet lace and she carried a
these hectic
J During com- ers, mistletoe means "giveme
white muff. mercial days it would be well kiss." 7 ,;,
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Misses Aileen Green, Patsy for all to read Luke ChaptersOne
commonly found In homesat
Edwards, Sharon Lawson,
and Two. The star
in the Christmas, it Is seldom
Donna Bennett and Nancy a t sky, shepherds on a hillside, used in churches because
Bennett served as wise from the east,
men of its pagan associations
bridesmaids. Their
were fashioned identical gowns to the the angels setting.singing But are center all stage part of is dating back; to the ancient .L to R: George Canova Mrs. Mona Canova. Mrs. Mary Moore, Mrs. :.Marian Cn>sbMis.: .. .
honor attendant except in red a virgin and a new born child.A classified Druids. Mistletoe"non-edible"is also and Louise Kite,Mrs.Gladys Weldon; pouring.Mrs.M.A.Baldwin
velvet. They carried white child who is God. A miracle
muffs. mums, gladioli and carnations couple will reside in Lawtey.were a mystery, a test of faith an, should children.be kept away from # 4R #dP# 4m
Donna Prescott, cousin of
used as decorations. The bride and groom are act of infinite mercy, and
the groom was flo\er girl and Mrs. Hose !Mott and Mrs. both 1972 graduates of BUS. more.It .
Barry Gnann, cousin of the Joyce Bennett greeted the The bride is attending Santa ] is more than somethingthat n a nnn n n nn nn
bride, was ringbearer.Given guests at the door and Fe Community College. The happened. It demandsmore
in marriage by her presented them to the groom is attending Lake City than belief from us. tt
father, the bride wore a floor receiving line composed of the Community College and is Face to face with a child who "1t w. _. -- old
length gown of white lace, bride and groom, their employed at 11 and II claims to be God what do we '" ... .
long sleeved, hoop skirt with parents and bridal attendants. Plastering. do? Our response will effectour I
white lace and scalloped at the Linda Viacos of Gainesville lives and our final destiny.It ;
bottom. Her shoulder length kept the bride's book. is uncomfortable. FD
veil of illusion was secured to !Mrs. Ralph Darley and!Mrs.E. Christ came. Christ came to .
a halo of sequins. She wore a W. Hodges cut the bride's" "- stay. Christ is involved in our E Wrap Up The 4Gift".
necklace, a gift of the groom cake and assisting in serving lives. Christ is here. Christmas -
and carried a bouquet of holly were Misses Kathy and what does it mean to
red roses and white carnations Teresa Jones, Mrs. l Herb
? Christmas is another'
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Brad Carter, Reddish
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Annual Christmas Tea Girl Scout Troop Holds CeremonyJunior

a w+w.ti Held Dec. 12 By Woman's ClubThe Girl Scout troop 605) planned and carried out the t
held an award ceremony and entire program, decorationsand
Woman's Club of Starke and lemons. Also adorning the installation of patrol leaders refreshments. Red
held its annual Christmas tea tree were popcorn balls and Wednesday afternoon, Dec. candles and greenery were
.., Wednesday afternoon, Dec. the top was adorned with a 12, at the old Presbyterian used on the table provided for
12, in the club house from 3:30: large red and white checked Manse on Church street. the presentation of the
\ to 5:30.: bow. A very life-like Santa awards.
Mrs. Lila Rae Yawn installed The refreshment table
Claus complete with a sleigh was
the new patrol leaders: covered with a Christmas
i Mrs. J. D. Warren greeted and reindeer were on the Gina Rasnick and Betsy cloth and centered with a
members and guests at the opposite side of the stage. Yawn. Vicky Carver and Lou punch bowl. Ribbon sand-
, door. The receiving line in the Blakewood, also new i
patrol wiches, cookies, candy and
i Hanging from the archway
lounge consisted of the club leaders
between were absent. Mrs. punch were served to the
Mrs. S. H. the sunroom and Gerald 1Ay.
Hamilton Crawford presented members and
guests present.
Mrs. E. Ross auditorium was an attractive badges to 17 members of the Mrs. Alan Pratt assisted the
cornhusk ball.
Harris of Jacksonville, troop. .
girls in serving the refresh- 4'
President-elect of the Florida Members of the troop ments. ....
('r Federation of Women's Clubs, The tea table was covered 0-"'" .
with white cutwork cloth. At
Mrs. Olin White, second vice- a
Mrs. each end were flat tree shaped .
president J. C. Dukes,
Seek
president of the Junior Club, arrangements of greenery, engagement L---- ,.., : f
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and Miss Darleen Hobbs, vice- fruit and ribbon. The silver ..
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tea service was placed at the
president of the Little
Grace Baptist Church's float entry In the 1973 Starke Womens Club. center back and was frontedby announcement adviceSociety l r

Christmas Parade which took place Saturday. a silver three-pronged
candelabra with tall red
Mrs. J. E. Hardy, mem- tapers and trimmed with red editors on the Information about the bride ) \
bership chairman, introducedthe ribbon. An individual table hometown newspapers of and groom their addresses -
NEWS ABOUT SERVICE MEN following new members: held the silver punch bowl. the prospective bride and 8
Mrs. Jimmy Reddish, Mrs. groom can advise on the their backgrounds, .
Ju
Betty Parker, Mrs. Leola Presiding at the tea service advance time needed for their parents' names and ,
,: Army Sergeant James C. assembling and employingunits Roberts, Mrs. Henry Godwin, and pouring punch during the printing engagement an- addresses and the antici- ;1 1r
\ of Mr. Miss Kathy Brown, Mrs. Orie afternoon the nouncements. pated wedding date .
Sapp, son and Mrs. Joe after they arrive, rather were following
Wiggins, and Mrs. Maurice Many papers have formson should be printed or typed. ,
r\ D. Sapp, Route 1, Lawtey, past presidents: Mrs. R. A. ,
,
participated with other than on rapid deployment of Wingate. Green, Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy, which all the.pertinent !".'o (
t American and Allied Troopsin troops from the U. S. Mrs. Guy Sale, Miss Della (
r Exercise Reforger V in Sgt. Sapp is regularly the outside door Rosenberg, Mrs. J. W. Kin- 11\1 LE\fL ,
Gracing )
Germany, Oct. 10-16. assigned to the 34th SignalBattalion's were two large wreaths of caid, Mrs. E. K. Perryman, : ,. T.l l iH11 f41,t
i C in 1iar
Company T.
, The military airlift command natural magnolia leaves with Mrs. A. R. Norman, Mrs. ; "I"" ,
flew approximately Germany.Ft. red velvet trim. The table in Levy Canova and Mrs. James "" \\I
I 11,000 U. S.based soldiers the foyer held an arrangementof Griffin.
and more than 1,000 tons of Hood, Tex. Nov. 19- greenery and candles. An .
I equipment to three different Army Private John Hall, Jr., arrangement of natural .. "" ..'
Hostesses for the afternoon '\\0 r.
airfields in Germany in 18, whose parents live at 1403 greenery on one end of the ,_ '
' for the event. Starke is co-chairmen: Mrs.\ V, J. _1
preparation Estella St., assignedto mantel in the lounge was :
Immediately after arriving the 1st Cavalry Division at balanced by two brass holders Spengler and Mrs. J. E.
overseas, the redeployed units Ft. Hood, Tex. with red candles. Above the Warren. Mrs. Paul Brown had
drew combat and Hall is mechanic' in charge of decorations. Also
gear Pvt. a mantel was hung a wreath of
vehicles from prepositioned Company B of the Division's27th fruit. assisting were: Mrs. J. F, Sandra Jean Slone Marries
storage sites in Germany and Maintenance Battalion Q. Dorko, Mrs. T. C. Hazen, Jr.,
moved to the exercise area to In the center of the Lloyd Harlan Jennings, Jr.
begin the seven-day field auditorium stood a pedestal Mrs. W. T. Jackson, Mrs. C. \
,J maneuver. Father to young son: topped with a tree-shaped 11. Nasworthy, Mrs. M. G.
i 1 Pitted against the airlifted "They're called the oppositesex arrangement of apples and Boyce, Sr., Mrs. Robert S. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sloneof A reception followed the
i I forces were Europe-based because if you want to do pineapple. A unique Christ- Brown, Mrs. Wayne Douglas, Miami announce the ceremony in the church \
elements of NATO, focused on anything, they want to do the mas tree stood at one end of) Mrs. Jack Hazen, Mrs. H. P. marriage of their daughter, recreation room.Following .
\ the procedures and techniquesfor opposite." the stage. The tree was Herres, Mrs. Charley Johns Sandra Jean, to Lloyd Harlan a wedding trip to
I receiving, equipping, Hoes',McNaught decorated with real apples and Mrs. Jerome Johns. Jennings, Jr., son of Dr. and Black Mountain, N. C. the
Syndicate Mrs. Lloyd H. Jennings, Sr. of couple is residing at 1321 N. W
Starke. 3rd Ave., Gainesville.
The bride will graduatefrom
The wedding took place
f @hriJfma Dec. 8 at 4:30: pm. in the UF in March, 1974. witha
First Baptist Church of Starke Bachelor of Music
I yet\ec\ ernJ The cast l-r Frankie with Rev. N. B. Langford of .
( ): Crews Jim Johns, Guy Slalnaker, Education degree.Mr.
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the North Central
Baptist
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yzos a y Man In Your Life forming the nuptials. Bachelor of Arts degree. He is
To The
Two Act Christmas Pluy To Be Staged Paul Faulkner, organist and presently classification
Carol Hardy, soloist, Specialist I at the Receptionand
Wednesday Night At Pine Level ChurchA presented a program of Medical Center in Lake

Denmarks nuptial Donald music.E. Hardy served as Butler.
By Shopping LAZBOYRECLINAROCKER two-act( play, "Christmas truth. He then faces opposition\ best man and the ushers were
Comes to Bethlehem Again," from the Rabbi in his William M.McRaeand WalterL. .
will be presented on Dec. 19, synagogue, and lack of un- Jennings.
at 7:30: p.m. at Pine Level derstanding from his son Ben. Linda Ann Huett was honor CARD OF THANKSWe : ;
SALE Baptist Church. But he finds in his young attendant and Margaret
The play takes place in grandson David an eagernessto Louise Moss was bridal at are sincerely gratefulfor
Modern Bethlehem :in Israel read the New Testamentand tendant. Christina Marie the kindness from our
where, in all his 70 years, talk with him about Jesus. Jennings was flower girl and friends and neighbors shown
Isaac Cohen has never read a The boy also comes to believein Walter Jennings, Jr. was ring- us in our.sorrow.'., ,".. n 'Ito
NOW SAVE FROM! $32 TO $78 New Testament. Him. bearer. -The Family of
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THE CRACKER BOX DyMona Mnrchant
Anderson Pleads. . .

"Can't wait until we get out Academy of Science is half-time of the game.Senlors..turn (From Page I)
of school," stated a student at keeping Mr. McGriff and Mrs. threats, ran from the place with the state for a guilty
In last
BUS as he awaits the Dec. 19- Spencer, along with Science your second I
telling the others outside what verdict to degree
will and testament to be put in
Jan.2 Christmas Vacation. At club, will be
very busy. They
between
was going on the two. murder charge.
the Annual. This should be
this time of year everyone is selling pollution stickers soon. v 'yvlr.y The fatal shot was fired, This was granted and An- I
limited to one statement and
full of cheer loaded with gifts,
bringing instant death to derson was scntended to an
should not exceed two lines.
and the week-end Christmas The Camera club is offering i I r4
the
.P rmunoluogtq Aretha. additional 15: years, with
Please them in box In
But the most im- put your 1
parties. to its members four SCh
I Anderson then backed out prqvision that the sentence in
the office. The deadline is "
portant at Christmas time is photography courses. ((1)) the door turned to his right this case will begin after he
Dec. 19.FHA I
the rebirth of Christ! Basic Photography, ((2)) and fired;; off another shot in completes the sentence for a
Darkroom, ((3)) Movies and ((4)) students are selling the direction of Cummings previous murder conviction in
BUS[ is proud to announce Advanced Photography. Mr. Chocettes for $1.04. Please 0r who fell to the ground. The Oviedo Florida.
the arrival of the first Tennis Whalen is the Camera club buy some candy to help them second bullet missed its Anderson was first con-
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Team. The team consists of :=
sponsor. .
out.The -- target.In victed on a second degree
eleven girls and seven boys. Spanish club challengesall -- making his getaway from murder charge in April 1960,
The team to Lake
plans play The annual Powder Puff other clubs and classes to a the scene Anderson told after serving 11 years of that
City and other schools but no game between the Junior and $5 donation for the Richard i. Joseph (FBI) Florence to get sentence, he was paroled in
dates have been set yet. Best Senior girls will be held Dec. Crews Kidney Fund. All out of his way or he would be April. 1971, and had been
of luck: in your first year of 19. ... .
donations will be received by shot too.Shortly living in Starke since that
competition I Highlighting this game will Pete Puckett, president. thereafter, An- time.
be the Beauty Contest, where Two Mini-buses purchased for use In the federal project funded by Emergency School derson placed a telephone call The twelve member jury
The beginning of March is the boys dress up as girls, and There will be a Spanish Club Assistance Act are pictured here with home of the BMS: students presently enrolled. The buses to the Starke Police depart. was dismissed without havingto
the time of the Bradford the girls dress up as boys. The Christmas Banquet at the take students involved In the program on educational field trips to widen their prospective of ment and reported the consider the guilt of the
Science Fair. This is Holiday Inn on Tuesday, Dec.
County contest sponsored by the the working world. shooting and told them tha t he defendant.
along with selecting membersfor Pep Club. Pam Woods is in 18,from 1-3 p.m.All interested Initially trips were planned three times per week but the fuel shortage has cut the travel to would be waiting for their
the Florida Junior charge of the skits during the Spanish Club members should once each week in the BMS program. BUS project personnel also utilize the buses. arrival at the County School
bring $1 to A-4.
Bus Barn on East Palmetto
rnz a n a w Street.
Policeman Willie Searcywas I! J.ort
A the first to arrive at the
= bus barn and located An-
derson in School Bus No. 29.

E Gift ,.'t\\e\ caliber Anderson pistol surrendered to Searcy.his .22


Good For the Policeman admitted Denton killer DeVoe took into

E -j custody and booked him for N p Llur
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Defender Richard Parker
''p representing Anderson at the
-' ?.$: AI trial, requested that the jury
be withdrawn from the

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Parker made a motion for a
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ftft 200 Guardsmen, Families Enjoy
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ftft their families enjoyed their National Guard. Col. Hatcher Terry Hardee, Doyce Griffis,
(9j-- ftto annual Christmas dinner, presented awards of 20 years Samuel C. Wise, Charles
(STREET OR ROUTE) -toft party and activities Dec. 9 at service to the following men: Wilkison and J. E. Tomlinson.
their regular drill. Special Sale
& ftft guests attending the dinner
p were Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Careful Attentio n To Fire Safety

(CITY) Thomas, Seeber Goodman,
P STATE ZIP
tv ftft Frank Williams and Col. Stressed For Hoi idnys Ahead 1 _
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ENCLOSED IS A CHECK FOR
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TALLAHASSEE, FLA. Marshal\ Tom O'Malley.\
,,9 $7.00 1 YEAR $4 FOR 6 MO. Itj also recognized.The unit took this Careful attention to fire safety The State Fire Marshal in a
..9 to opportunity during the upcoming holiday list of recommendations included -
recognize per- is urged by Florida Insurance for
fire
safety tips
sonnel who had
completed 20
a a a a a a Commissioner and State Fire Christmas trees lighting

decurahons, gifts
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and children. t, a
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Mark Olin tree, place in sturdy stand
water and check .
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Ilthlll Santa's No. 1 Helper -Place away from exits and The Sllvano/SLSSOa. Classic elegance In the Medi
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I fireplaces and open flames. grained 'finish, on hardboard. 29" H, 40Vi W, 18V4' D.

Has The Perfect I I possible.-Take The down more as soon the tree as Save $5000 ON THIS

If, I dries out, the more of a fire
,, I hazard it becomes.
I -Don't rely on do-it-yourself 25" SOLAR COLOR
I Gift For YourChristmas I flameproof treatments.
I Commercially treated trees Single Button Tuning
I with UL (Underwriters
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I I retardant compounds are Solar Black Matrix

I satisfactory. I
I LIGHTING Never use Picture Tube
I lighted candles on a tree or
I near any evergreen
A New Home. I decorations. I I
[ I -Candles used in any I
I manner to save energy should I I
I never be left unattended.If ,

He Can Wrap Up Your I I I used- check electric closely light for sets worn are

, insulation broken plugs loose

1 uli Home In Time For ChristmasOlin's I I with bulb the sockets.ULor CSA Use (only Canadian sets :: Jj i

I Standards-Use extension Association) cords label.

sparingly. Don't overload
outlets or circuits.
Mobile Home -Avoid shock hazards.
Never hang lights on metallic
artificial trees.
-Indirect spot lighting with
964.5606 Hwy.100 W. built-in electrical systems 19" T7t 1
Starke, Fla should carry the UL label
-Turn off all indoor tree and
decorative lights when

The Oldest Mobile Home DealerIn the leaving night.home or retiring for

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Bradford Co. Olin's' Has Outlasted Five Others.IJm I I combustible flame-retardant materials or such non-as Button optional, extra.
Single
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and hot water after handlingone conscious homemaker wears hands away from the mouth, Remember I in planning
Home Holiday Food Safety CampaignATLANTA food and before moving on kitchen gloves if she has sores nose and hair when preparingfoods. holiday meals, think about
to another. Also, the safety- on her hands and keeps her food safety.

The holidaysare Below 14 degrees F. there is cavity of the turkey is USDA's .. .._ .u ... ... ... ._ ._ ._ ._ ._ _
a inspection officials of ... .. . .. .. . . . .
a time for informal entertaining no bacterial growth. From 14 favorite spot for bacterial Animal and Plant Health : *
,which means more degrees F. to 44 degrees F. growth.Also, the stuffing getsa Inspection Service (APHIS) *
I j buffets rather than formal sit- there is slow growth of hare lot of handling which increases say there is the danger of Suggestions ForUnusual *
down dinners. Buffets are fun mless spoilage bacteria. the chances of con- recontamination. They say f 4ff{ *
i because they lend themselves Between 44 degrees F. and 125 tamination.If bacteria on raw food can > i: *
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J to the creation of) many different degrees F. there is increasingly stuffing is mixed in ad- contaminate cooked foods if ... f \ ...
festive dishes. rapid growth of vance, store it in the the two come into direct I *
But there's also a risk that food poisoning bacteria.For refrigerator separate from contact. : *
,; food can become con- safety's sake, the U. S. the bird. Stuff the bird just Equally important to Ohl *
taminated in the best of Department of AgricultureUSDA before cooking and cook the remember, they warn, is that *
i homes, according to the U. S. ( ) says to allow a little interior of the stuffing to 165 bacteria can contaminate any l( *
Department of Agriculture's below and above this range. degrees F. Use a meat foods as the result of direct or : Gifts
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Regional Office in Atlanta. USDA further advises not to) thermometer. indirect contact with dirty .. (
3 t! Buffet-type foods are more leave food between 40 degreesF. Remove all leftover stuffing hands and kitchen utensils *
susceptible to food poisoning .and 140 degrees F. for more from the bird or other foods. such as bowls, knives, forks : For The Person With Everything **
I bacteria like salmonella.Also, than two hours. Plan the Refrigerate the stuffing in a and cutting boards.
having to hold food at room buffet so that most hot foods separate container if it is to be The meat and poultry inspectors *
temperature for long periods can be served almost directly served again. say such cross- *
f. of time increases the risk. from the stove. Although bacteria can be contamination can be fisher *
Keep the servings small and killed By cooking foods prevented by washing hands N
The usual candle or alcohol replenish the depleted dishes thoroughly, meat and poultry and kitchen utensils with soap *
burner will keep food warm to from the stove or refrigerator.This *
the taste. It may not keep food will eliminate much (From ) -
Not rge' Choose 'EPEN
hot enough to destroy harmful worry and concern. Phase 3 CompleteThe 'S. : ; FP.A4 ,
bacteria.The electric hot trayis Stuffed foods, including the board asked of *
county compiling specifications a
better if it can maintain a traditional seasonal bird, are department heads to deter bus barn and warehouse ; iiinitiintrnii From *
degrees temperature F. above 140 choice teria. The hideaways warm, for Interior bac them mine space to the needs architect and pass forJeanette's complex for the county. : IN GOLD SILVER OR **

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Wig mission districts was approved : I I .s'- *.
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Holiday stops, Temple said. Parentsdon't y-- -z_ LIMITED *
like telling their childrento
walk to a consolidated stopto : AMOUNT : '".
Perfect save bus fuel if drivers
Many continue to take the buses # etS OFTypewriters *
For home, wasting fuel, he said. ... ...
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& HolidayColors policy reminded states the that buses group will that be : j :
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Cross Pen Sets .
To Choose a gallon of gas and we need to *
fuel,"Hall said."We
/ conserve : AddingMachines :
From .tfI don't furnish transportation to
cafeteria workers or any other and Many Others :
employees, so why should) the *
Cascade % V/ Wiglet bus Board drivers members be different agreed?" to :

( -&l take the "hard line" on the :
Bradford Co. TelegraphOffice
$999 J $g99r matter and refuse to let any SORRY *
driver take buses home. :
Dept.Supt.W L. Kilpatrickwas 15% Off CASH ONLY
asked to meet with Suppliers I *
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Named To Conference TeamFour



Tigers i Power 62-47 a 21-0 victory. Then at home The next week it looked like Against Palatka South it edged 13-7 by Fernandina
Bradford High varsity again tied Buchholz 14-14 for BHS wouldn't be hurting from was evidence of the missing Beach in Fernandina. BIIS
footballers were elected the second game Then the St. the missing players with a 27- players as the Braves ruinedBradford's lost to Orange Park 20-6 the
members of the 1973 Florida Augustine game came and pasting of Live Oak It was Homecoming 35-0. next week then came back I
Star Conference allleagueteam BHS not only lost the game 16- Bolles' homecoming and BHS BHS got its spirit back and with the best gr
by conference coaches 13 but lost five starters out of lost the second game of the won the next two games. BHS to beat Kri
Cross City Bears last Tuesday at a meeting of the lineup. season 14-6. beat Macclennv on-7 ''.-* C.f,
By loop coaches in Orange Park
Named to the all-loop offensive
team eleven was
quarterback Charlie Green
"It[t wasa tough one to lose," After running into foul period and saw limited actionin and center Steve Register.
says Bear Coach Tommy trouble in the first half Union the third quarter. Stuart Voted onto the defensive ,c
held to had only four points in the eleven senior defensiveend
Cooper "But we are comingon High's Tiger Cagers on but led the Tigers in was ,
and will be giving some overpower Cross City 62-47, game Terry Hayes and junior r F r
other teams some trouble giving the Tigers a perfect 3-0 rebounding. Maxwell added middle guard Donnie Sewell.
later this season." record so far this season. nine poits to the Tiger effort. Hayes has signed a four year i
The Tigers play tomorrow Jack McGill, 6' 4" Senior, "Substitute Lorenzo Griffin grant with the University of 'i q
night I Tuesday) in Lake led UC in the scoring ca me in at the beginning of the Florida. r ,
Butler against the fiery Baker department with 15 points and second quarter and scored six Getting an honorable i
County Wildcats. Friday the was one of the top rebounders. of our 14. He did a real good mention notice was senior
Tigers play in the Green Cove Sterly Jones pitched in 14 job for us," says Head Varsity running back Tim Crews. P t wr
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and also made Coach Jimmy Thomas. ? !
Christmas Tournament and points some difference in the Bradford ended its season 5- ,
face West Nassau at 3 p.m. rebounds for Lake Butler. "The main 4-1 overall but Head Coach
Green Cove will play Abraham Perry added game was the rebounding.than Cross We David Hurse feels that the r ,nw,.'
Keystone Heights at 4:30: and another 10 points for the were much bigger Tornadoes were better than "' Sr

Saturday a consolation game Tigers. City.UC their record indicated. In the
and the final game will be The Bears froze on the shot a good 49 per cent third of the season ,;
game
played. opening tap and managed to from the floor and Coach
against St. Augustine four of
attributes this along
Thomas
score only three points in the
the down ,
including
with the rebounding, .to the men
first quarter, but came Hayes and senior tackle
storming back in the second victory.
SCOKK; BY QUAKTKKS to Donald Loper were injured.ThlJ .
The Tigers managed
quarter with 22 points. But itwasn't
: hindered BHS for the rest fig,
stretch out their lead in the
LB enough as the Tigers of the season, except for the I
13 16 17 16 62 second half on the sharp
took a 29-25 halftime lead into
CC 3 22 13 12 47 shooting of McGill, Jones, and last game against Eastside
the locker rooms.
This may be the last year
Three starters were out Perry. that the Florida Star is in I
LB: Stewart 2-0-4, Jones 7-0- Cleve Timmons led the
of the second
most
period existence due to four of the
14, Perry 5-0-10, McGi117.1.15, Bears in the scoring race with
because of fouls called
Maxwell 4-1-9 Young 1-0-2, them. Joe Maxwell,against Jack t4 points while teammate Bob schools withdrawing from the Bradford' High's 1973 Florida Star Conference selections Green Halfback Tim Crews ,In front, drew Honorable"
and Griffin 4-0-8. Totals 30-2- Peppers added 11 points to the loop Jacksonville Bolles, are (Ibr/middle guard Donnie Sewell, center and tackle Mention.
McGill I and Roman Stuart.didn't
losing effort. Fernandina Beach, Live Oak Steve llegistrr, end Terry Hayes, and quarterback Charlie
62.CC play in the second
any and all
Black 2-0-4, Hartsfield{ Macclenny are
2-1-5, Byrd 2-0-4, Osteen 1-0-2 planning to join other con ht

Timmons 5-4-14. Peppers 5-1- ferences. Benefit GamesNet $425 ForCrews Kidney Fund E
'11, Rains 1-5-7. Totals 18-11-47 Red Cagers Overall Bradford finished Case .,
Baby
fifth in the conference with a
1 2-4 conference record. The v. Two benefit basketball Coach Mike Sexton tossed in Thomas, Bruce Jackson, Joe The student game profited I
DuckSeasonTo ) conference fared like this: games held at Bradford High the final bucket for the in Braswell, Randall McGee, $170. The night game attendance
SA Palatka South in first place School brought in $425 for the structors which iced the game Donnie Falcon, Stan Cotney, was more than 300
Go 42-33 By with a 6-0 loop record and 9-0-1 Bradford County Kidney Fundto with 30 seconds on the clock. George Pierce, Jim Temple, according to school "
I for the season; Bolles: 5-1 in be used by Richard Crews, Final score was 3533. Eddie Douglas, Ken Young, spokesmen. Total money
ReopenThe the conference and 9-1 l for the a 1972 graduate of BHS suffering The night game brought the Steve Thomas. raised after expenses was $.
season; St. Augustine: 4-2 and from kidney failure and WAPE radio station team to WAPE disc jockey Larry $425, Steve Miller estimated. ,

statewide for For Fourth Straight"The : 5-5: Orange Park: 3-3 and 6-4; currently awaiting a kidney town competing against Dixon drew the most attention All the funds will be used to "
season Starke businessmen. Local from ]local radio fans. Otherson
'-" BUS: 2-4 and 5-4-1; Live Oak: transplant.The of Richard
hunting ducks and coots first half we were the first half. 1-5 and 5-5; and Fernancina daytime game put the men polished off the the team were: Dave Crews pay expenses who is the ,
closed at sundown, Sunday, shooting cold as ice but in the Berry then shot two 20 Beach 0-6 and 3-6. BHS faculty against students Jacksonville stars 5646. McKay, Doug Sasser, Jay list to receive currently on
Dec 9, fora 10 day period. The second half we got to shooting footers in a row followed by a Palatka South made into the and the teachers came out on Bradford County team Hodge, Chris Glendon and Bill waiting transplant. a kidney

season hour before will reopen sunrise one-half good," says Bradford junior side shot by Jay Godwin to put state playoffs. In the first top in a close contest. members included: Ronnie Burkett
on varsity Cage Coach Wayne BUS in front 1814. St. game they beat Niceville of
Dec. 20, and
Thursday !McLeod of the 42.33 BHS Augustine never regained the West Florida 8-7 then droppedout
remain through Jan. 20.
open victory over St. Augustine last after losing to Haines City
The in the duck season lead.After
gap Saturday night in Starke. frequent scoring the 237. The game against
allowed to start the
sportsmen The Baby Reds have a half ended with BUS in front Nicevillewas tied at the end 7- I
annual waterfowl I season on Christmas
Thanksgiving day, the perfect 4-0 record so far this 2218. 7. The ball was placed in the
season and have shown a good The beginning of the third middle of the field and each
traditional opening of the
eason in Florida, yet permits display of organization as a period saw alternate scoringand team got( four plays. Palatka
with left in the moved the ball the farthestin
5:18
junior varsity squad. : period }
hunters to enjoy the final I
Milton Baker led the Tor BUS was leading 28-22. Then the allotted plays and won SALE
shooting period which
nadoes in scoring with 12 the Bradford offensive the game with the awardedone
coincides with late
generally a
while Willis and alive and five point. o
points Berry shooting came
influx of ducks into Florida.
Uarrell Moody each added 10 straight baskets were scared.( Y 1 I
the Game and
to
According the Bradford effort. "I am real proud ot each one
points to This put BUS in front 38-22
resh.ater Fish
Com- Co.
BUS jumped in front 6-2 with 2:54: left in the third of the players, especially e 9,,.
mission, the ten-day waterfowl
hunting break will fall early in the game on the quarter. By the end of the Hayes who only played"two of NUandsca rke, .
six conference games, says
shooting of Berry and Baker period BUS had established a St
during the full moon period
but SA struck back with five 40-27 13 point lead over the Hurse. "The Coaches have <
which generally is not considered "
real for him. npl
straight points to regain the 7- Jackets.In respect c r
the best time for
6 lead. BHS then dominatedthe the fourth quarter SA 6-5 and 200 pounds, Hayes AI N lot
hunting wild fowl. The break into action 2,11
rest of the quarter, held BI IS to only one basket by started getting
provides a maximum numberof starting with a 15 footer by Baker, but the BHS defense during the Macclenny game Poinsettia Terrariums
hunting days during the where in the last quarter he CEDAR
then three straight foul six
Berry only gave up points, not
best hunting periods. which
shot to give BUS}[ a one point enough to let SA win the game. injured his ankle, PLANTED
sportsmen: are also for the next two RED
10-9 edge over the YellowJackl'ts. Jacket Bill Kerlon was the hindered him Christmas WHITE &:
reminded that the third and
It was only in the last
games.
final phase of the season dove will for BUS lost the lead early in games points.leading His teammate scorer with L 15 game of the season, a 21-14 Trees FLORIST GRADE IDEAL GIFTEast

hunting mourning the second period on the sharp Johnson scored 10 points for win over Eastside, that Hayes
open at 12 noon on Saturday was back to his full potential.
shooting of Jacket Bill Kerlon SA
CUT & LIVE
Dec 15. and continue with 4-6 BLOOMS
, and John Karly.: BUS was
afternoon hunting through behind t 14-12 with 5'44 left in (See Page 71 Bradford opened the season d'k Palatka
(Ian 7 against Ocala Vanguard> with ,K Fa

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Indians Edge 65-62 By Interlachen Five For WinKeystone


I.
Strickland led the Rams game was the charity line of 16 for the Rams. The Indians 2. Interlachen is now winlessin i.j;
White, with 13 Height's seconds Darrell left in In attempting to force a Bon missed his first shot and those points. were in the final scoring with 18 points each. where the Indians hit on 17 of made all nine of its free four games.
turnover after Morgan's two White was fouled on the in-
the game and the Indians Gary Clayton and Jimmy The deciding factor of the 20 attempts compared to eight throws the first period.
points, White fouled the suing scramble for the down the reboundsfor i
behind by one point, 62l, Rams' Ken Bon forcing a foul rebound with 13 seconds left, -.-:.- ,- ''j. Holding were 6' 3" Bobby KH: White 2-2-6, Grayson 2-
Keystone
calmly and smoothly con- shot and a possible turnover. setting up his game winning t y y'SiD""' ;+F "," 1, ,"' -'.. Grayson playing the low post 0-4 Morgan 4-5-13 Bleasdale
verted two foul shots to propelhis foul shot. Six seconds later, : : ,.., J and 3-2-8, Turknett 2-2-6, Wingate
team to a 65-62 victoryover .... ;''.' tt:;< position, White Morgan. 11628. Totals 241765.
,
Bruce
sophomore Bleasdale "
.1Ii J/,,, ,it1 Grayson had nine, White eight
St. Johns Conference foe BallY Cagcrs,... assured a Keystone victory by / Interlachen: Strickland 7-4- i
and
CL -" ''- Morgan seven.
Interlachen Friday night at making two more foul shots k : : 18, Thomas 6-1-13, McGruder
the victors' gym. f ; 4-2-10, Clayton 9-0-18, Walden 'a
and the .
(From Page 6)) increasing score to 65- I cf SCORE BY QUARTERS
With fans standing and 1-1-3, Totals 27-8-62.
cheering wildly on both sidesof The jayvees' next game is 62.In a game that was tied 13 f"Ij'/ \ KH 16 14 19 16 65 Keystone's little Indians lost
the gym the Rams holdinga Tuesday, Jan. 8, against times and Interlachen having 1 IN 14 18 16 14 62 its first game of the season '
three point lead 62-59, the Madison in Madison. the lead on 13 occasions and T "" ('.. dropping a 40-26 decision to
Indians' Hank Morgan was Keystone ahead 15 times, the < '' the Baby Rams. Kenny
fouled with 30 seconds Score By Quarter: Indians' Don Wingate led all : The victory upped Bonner scored eight points
remaining. The 6-foot pivot scorers with 28 points. The 5' ,, \ I t t It.'l' Keystone's St. Johns Con- Mike Wingate seven, and JoelBryan
man made both ends of a one- BUS 10 12 18 2-42 11" point man fouled out with Ll ,.', .... 1 < I ference mark to 2-1 and six points to lead
and-one situation to pull SA 999 6-33 only 1:25: gone in the final \>" '"i evened the season record at 2 Keystone's scoring.
Keystone within one point of quarter after hitting 42 per-
the Rams, 6261. BHS-Berry 5-0-10) Baker 6-0- cent of his field goal attemptsand \ I
12, Ross 1-0-2, Best 1-2-4, making all six of his free Florida Tournament I
On a bus: "I've worked out Godwin 2-0-4 Moody 5010.) throw tosses.
my personal philosophy, I'm a Totals 20242. Morgan also scored in into
the
tournament the
curable optimist." SADooley 1-0-2, Earley 2-1- double figures having hit on s 1--! Bradford High varsity single loss by two points,5254in
Charles Bariottl. Los 5, Kerlon 6-3-15, Farris o-l-l, four field goals and five free Cagers will participate in the Macclenny.
.
Anoelol' Tlmei Syn Florida Star Conference
dlcols. Johnson 4-2-10. Totals 17733. throws for 13 Doints. Nine of basketball Tournament at ;

Bolles School in Jacksonville
this Thursday-Saturday Dec. New

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EntertainmentFeaturing
First ga me of the tourney( is
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) : Later that night at 7:15: BUS
\f"'a* % goes into action against tough :J.a'JeN.hlli.
% Palatka South. The winner of Belle'J
,"
f- '" that game will play the winnerof
1 7: the Fernandina and Bolles .Vocal, '
V"i/'V game that starts at 8:45.:

r .,) (I, ICt. 11115:4, fl The winners of those two t'rld.v.S.turd.vN{

f/ ;:;4II i games will play Friday .M,"".v.'.New R........'
evening.The final game of the ,
IJ .: ;; tournament will start at9 p.m. "Let's Sing Son9T0ge'h.r"
Put 12 Months f E\. ., ; Saturday night.
-' Orange Park or Bolles are .nd
\J favored to win the tournament
according to Brad- "I.Lovt Being Around

) of Outdoor Cooking Enjoyment Don Wingate, number II. goes up for a basket in Keystone's 6IMH uin over huerlachen.Wingate Sexton.ford Varsity BUS will Coach take a Mike 3-1 You"
led the Indians with 27 points. record and a veteran team ENTERTAINMENT6NIGNTSAWEEN

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I (From Page 1)) Score Quarter: : CONTEST NIGHT ::
By : DANCE
Charm Glow bucketed while baskets.BIIS This was BUS making the this time scoring on a 20 footer BUS 6 23 20 14-64 ..............................
10 points. gave but Bess came through again 16 13 10 10-49
SA
Bradford was shooting coldin needed points to Lie the game and the game was tied 3535. BHS-White 5-0-10) Williams a,
b the first quarter making before halftime 2929. Bobby'sHideaway
only three baskets two by Bess shot 15 feet for the first 4-0-8) ,Golden 6-0-12, Sewell 8-1- .
White and another 20 footer by basket of the second half then Sewell broke loose with two 17, Hodge 2-0-4, Hampton 5-0- :
Gas BarbequeMany Hampton. White tied the game Sewell followed with a jump straight jump shots, Golden 10, Aldridge 102.) Totals 31-1-
6-6 on a jump shot with 3:13: shot. Bess scored again tor bA made a lay up and Sewell a 15 63.SA
Bess 8-O-16) ,
footer all straight in a row to -Smith 2-0-4)
left in the first period. Then and Sewell did the same for 301 SOUTH
Models To Choose From the Jackets reeled off five BUS, keeping the game tied give Bradford a 43-35 lead Mitchell 8-2-18, Cole 0-2-2, WALDO
straight baskets the most 33-33: with6:36: left in the third with 3:25: remaining in the Jackson 2-0-4) Lyons 0-3-3.
they scored at one time duringthe period.Hampton broke the ice third period. Totals 20949.
n- whole game.
.. r.rtty Jacket Tim Mitchell,
"" shooting from 10-20 feet out v
" made four of the baskets while

UI teammate the other before Mike Bess the quarter added The Ideal Gift For The

. ended 16-6 SA.
TIC A Jacket foul shot by Mitchell -
,' .. and a five footer by

White Gordon 10 Smith footer sandwiched to make the a Man or Woman Who Has

d4j score 19-8 with 6:44: left in the
first half.
BUS started its
Then

: U ModelAMK straight comeback.points BHS to made take the 11 Everything ( or Nothing) .
lead. The first basket, a jump
: Gas Grill with 48" Post shot by Hampton was followedby
I' a 15 foot shot and two lay
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uf. Complete Sewell made a point from
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HEJ-1 Only Hodge got a dunk shot to tie
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Gainesville Man Found Guilty Of Armed RobberySTARKE >.


The maximum of Brownlee and Lake Streetsin the crime. Moore denied guilin t victim of the robbery- and Mrs robber at the time of the aroused, instructed-his wife, ) *

sentence for armed robbery is Starke. the case, saying he was no t Bessie Carter, provided thee holdup!?, the amount of cash, Alice,to make the exchange of : 'i -. "v r :
life imprisonment, and.judge A fortunate set of circumstances at the convenience store at thi. court jury with a remarkable $275, including Mrs. Carter's currency for the coins, went
Theron A. Yawn awarded it on the day time of the robbery. recall of the details of the estimate of about$1(0( in coins out the door and over to
all to Carlos K. Moore( 24, following( the robbery resulted This conviction make:s events that occurred during were the principal items of Ernest Alen s grocery store
Gainesville, at the conclusionof in the apprehension of the Moore a two time loser for hi!s the holdup and robbery. evidence in the slate's case. and placed a phone call to Ifr
Moore's trial in Circuit criminal by Willie Searcy, a criminal activities, having t Mrs. Carter said that she Willie Searcy testified thaton summon the assistance of city .r 3 k
Court, Wednesday, Dec. 12. city policeman assigned to the previously served a sentenc; had closed the store shortly the day following the policemen Harold Crews and
The six-member jury Hero section of Starke.A in the Florida State Prison foi rafter 11 p.m., the regular holdup, while at his place of Mervin Jackson.
returned a guilty verdict for perfect memory for detail robbery In Fort Myers, closing hour, when Moore business, Peggy's Bar-B-Que, Upon their arrival Moore
the armed robbery that occurred while under emotional duresson Florida in Aug. 18.; appeared at the door and on East Brownlee St., shortly was taken into custody and
( on Tuesday, Sept 25, the part of the victim, Mrs. Assistant State's Attorney r asked for a pack of cigarettes. after 12 o'clock, Moore camein removed to the county jail and
at the Handy-Way Food Store Bessie Carter resulted in Ken Hebert's principal wit o When she (opened the door toe with a request to exchangesome booked on suspicion of the ---- -'
located on SR-16, at the corner Moore's rapid conviction for ness in the case, was let the customer in, she coins for folding money. armed robbery the previousday.
noticed SEE ACTION OOTMAI.I by Kcnurr is the first to how roiitcHlnnt -
__ that his hand held a Searcy asked Moore, "How .
i---u small caliber weapon. much change do you have?" Following a search of the development of plays on u slide projr<'lor. More
"Get yourself back in there "About $75 or $80, I think," Moore's automobile the than 300 possible -oml>imilioiiH keep suspense keen.
and get me all the money," replied Moore. clothes and shoes worn the

LASTMINUTESANTA Moore said, Mrs. Carter "Where did you get so much night before during the rob- oooooocxxx} ?QOQ0000QOOOQQOOC act
.. testified loose money,"r Searcy bery were found. i ii ii
Mrs. Carter emptied the questioned."I Upon a count of the coins ii i DeWitt G.JonesFuneral
contents of the two cash won it gamblin'," being made at the county jaila i
registers used at the store intoa his i i ii
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111-.its l'pTu 1 Outlets with 1 Return Gas Furnace Centrally Located Fill Dirt Enterprise, Inc

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Used INSURANCEAT
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CLASSIFIED
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\ Refrigerator. Call 964-8816. State Farmers Market, C. R. Pumps REDUCED RATES
Up Bradford. 5tp 12/27. 8:30: P.M.
i1- Deadline for Insertion
AUTO FIRE. BOAT MachineSALES
Tuesday Noon preceding 390 N. CHERRY ST. New And
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I Minimum Charge J2.00) FOR SALE: Sawdust and WANT TO DRINK THAT'S INSURANCE AGENCY AND SERVICE
((Covers IS Words) shavings.We deliver. Ph.771 WANTED: Land In Bradford PARTS TFCHGLICENSED PFAFF ELNA
} Each word over 15 2368 Jacksonville. 3tchg. County, contact George YOUR BUSINESS. SERVICE
10 cents 12/20. Kittrell, 140 Stockton Street, NEW HOME
1 Jacksonville, Fla. Ph. 771 WANT TO STOP.THAT'S DEEP 8c SHALLOW WELLS WHITE
All Classified Ads must be 6989. 4tp. 12/27
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paid for in advance unless you TFMILLERBrown Plumbing Supplies r Cy

have an established account FOR SALE: Reduce safe and ----- -- -_ .. earsfree 49.50 up
with the Telegraph, in that EXPERT SERVICEON
fast with GOBESE tablets and
< ', ... E-VAP"water pills", Andrews Service
t..i4/: ', > ALL MAKES
,I; ;.,<{,,' billing. Not responsible for Pharmacy, 356 W. MadisonSt. OTHER MAKE MACHINESNational
:< ;;j errors when given over the r FOR RENT J
-....hx. phone or when copy is not ., Starke. 5tp 1/3/74 PHONE 964-7O61 .

JUST LIKE THE r..1 l thing typed and brought to the of
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", are..appealing from gift for ...veryon. FOR SALE: Teenage girl prefers FOR RENT: Looking for a lot to PUMPS SUPPLY CO. FREE ESTIMATESPO 611 W. UNIV. AVE.GAINESVILLE. .
Irmugrri to loin. Honda mobile home? 2 VolkswagenNEW FLA.
to horse. Exceptional put your
The ahnoM life xize fake fur BOX 605
gentle mare and track included FREE months on yearly lease. 864N. TEMPLE AVE.
378-1355 TF
animals furry. ure fabric covered, developed. in a deeppile by r FOR SALE 1 $150. Joanie Miller, $30 monthly, all city con 8k ///frotf, :rfori'Ja.
475-2518. 2tp 12/17. veniences. No children under SERVICEWI
1 Glenoit Mill for Dollrrnft Toy 16. BRADFORD PARK. North SALES 475-2233 DAY OR NIGHT
C.... About 31 CHEYENE
CROSS
inrlie long, the -
Cabinents office furniture
Temple. 4tchg 12/27. Filing ;
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pandas are a Might ti>touch 1M I.NORTH OF THE MALL Carnes LJ BONNELL ; index file drawers.
and DOUBLEWIDES? We have GAINESVILLE TF B/30-13T-11/22 Bradford TF
fondle.HI'S ------------ County Telegraph.
FOR them. 24 x 66, 3 or 4 BR, 2 FOR SALE: Firewood, delivered Nursery
THEE CAKE baths, only $8,995. Your split ready to bum hardwood THOUSANDSOF
Sprinkle branches with double wide\ specialist. Direct and lightered.$40 per truck or FOR RENT 12' wide mobile JIMMY MOORE'S PLANTS FRUIT

water before decorating. Factory Outlet. Big 'G Mobile by cord. Phone 964-5559. 2tp homes outside city limits. J. TREES, SHADE TREES ooNOOoooooooDooOAoo
12/13-12/20 B. White. Ph. 9646114. If no Sun SportsMORE
Avoid placing the tree Home Sales, Highway 90 EVERGREENS. CAMELLIAS
near fireplace, heater, TV East, Lake City, Fla. Phone answer call 9646152. tfchg BOAT FOR AZALEAS. ROSES MOST IN TIRED OF
7523201. 12/6 ------------
or radiators. 4tchg 1227FOR YOUR MONEY TF CANS PLANT ANYTIME
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Check electric lights for LANDSCAPING 23 MI.
STARKE PH -
------------ 964-5791 WORKING FOR
wear. FOR SALE Wurlitzer organ S E. OF STARKE. HWY 100
FOR RENT 3 BR
house
Don't overload nearby Model 4300, old violin, hand- and FLORAHOME 659-2165
in Starke COMPLETE OUTBOARD aSTERN
apartments also
electric circuits. SALE AKC knit stole. Phone 473-4418, 5
(Toy
house in country. W. H. DRIVE SERVICE SOMEONE ELSE?
Avoid flammable dec Collie) Blue Merle Puppy 4 to 11 p.m. 2tchg. Nollman. tfchg
orations. Mo. Shots and W. Stud AND REPAIR owoaososo.
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Service Available 9648878. FIBERGLASS
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ItpFOR REPAIR Long Champ

i Pick-me-tip FOR SALE 1972 Honda 100. CUSTOM BUILT FIBER

Like new, extra nice GLASS FISHING BOATSAnson's Homeand
. Christmas gift. $395. Phone AUTOMOBILESUSED
SALE German 964.6461 between 8:30: a.m. [Building Materials'

Shepherds AKC male 2 and 5:30: p.m. 12/13 2tchg -WE BUILD < SUNOCO
years; female 1 year. 12/17

Gentle but protective. $100 FOR SALE: 1967 Dodge Polara Mobile Homes YOUR PLANS OR OURS >
each. 964-8241. after. Up 12- ------------
P/S, P/B, A/C. Ph.9648846. SINGLES & DOUBLE YOUR LOT \
OR OURS"FREE
17 .
2tchg. 12/13 1220.SITUATIONS WIDES

EXPANDO ROOMS ft ADD ESTIMATES
FOR SALE: Red Cedar ..
------- ON ROOMS
Christmas trees, 9645614. REMODELING REPAIRS
TV Color picture tubes only Mrs. W. A. Stern. 3tp 12/20 FREE 100 DELIVERY MILE RADIUS AND SETUP ADDITIONS Looking For A Change?

$79 plus labor, Dahmers WANTED
Discount tfchg. ------------ BANK FINANCINGHWY HOMES BOUGHT SOLD
17 NORTH TRADED Sunoco Offers
GREEN COVE
FOR SALE: Firewood/ Pine, ACREAGE FOR SALE
TEL 284-5OO1 2. FINANCING
1. PAID TRAINING
Cyprus and hardwood. Truckload
deliveries. Call 4681551or WILL BABY SIT in my home 264-7311 TF 964-6853 3.3 BAY. 2 LIFT STATION 4.30.000 GAL/MO.

964-8331.( 4tchg. 12/27 part time or for working HWY. 301 S. STARKE TF ALLOCATION
mothers. Ph. 964-7012. 2tp
JacksonvilleDirectory 12/13, 12/20 FOR INFORMATION CALL:
------------ $ SAVES"FRED
TULLE IIAIHOS on the _.
MIKECAPEZZERA ((904)) 353-O941
MOBILE
( hri lml" gift Mete riinjEc in HOME MOVING. Also -

size, shape. and imrp...... Thin mobile home hurricane anchoring DAVIS EVENING: ((904)) 378-O1O8
one, from /etiitli, ift designed and mobile home roof 11111111 GMC TRUCKS TF
for II." table SERVICE Service. 964-5606, Rt. 100 W.
portable or a* 11 HOUSES FOR SALE LITTLE RIDE CAN
Starke Fla.
model f>ii lit own battery re- tfchg
charger: ........ Tuning dial Parrish Motors SAVE YOU A LOT" TF

lights, up when net IN on, New 3 BR brick house, central GREEN COVE SPRINGS" I SALES PARTSSERVICE HippCo Tractor Co.
.... ** NEW AND USED
.hi. kit out when off. heat/air, wall to wall carpets,
SALES 2 Bedroom, Frame, Living FURNITUHEFurniture
.. rh SERVICE VOLVO FHA or conventional financing. Room, Dining Room, Kitchen, 1 USED IMPORT CARS

PARTS Bath 301 Nortn. Harfred Farm MachinesNEW
Auto
Raiford 3 BR frame house in .

h > ALWAYS GOOD USED CARS good condition $14,000. 3 Bedroom, CB Construction, 1 At Discount Imports, Inc. a USED

s. 921 LAURA ST 1/2 baths Living Room, Dining f
Lakefront Lots in Keystonearea COMPLETE .
509 E. UNIVERSITY
PH 356-5654 Room, Kitchen, Extra Long
and Starke area. Ramily Room, Central Heat and HOUSEHOLD GAINESVILLE'TF372437: 4 MI NORTH ON U.S 441 TELEPHONE 372-3464
FURNISHINGSUP
PIANOS Air, Natural Gas, Large Lot,
A.J.Thomas-Realtor
964-6162 Esceptionally Nice. TO 40% SAVINGS Gainesville, Fla
YAMAHA PIANOS

CONN AND KIMBALL 3 Bedroom, CB Construction, 1 Baxley Chair Co. [ JLnrt:5: I WHERE SERVICE IS THE BETTER IDEA'
with
1/2 baths Uving Room
ORGANS FOR SALE Registered Angus
648 CASSETT 1 BLOCK
Bull Calves. J. B. White. Fireplace, Kitchen, Family TREE SERVICEALL
FROM MO TF
Phone 9646114. tfchg Room, Covered Patio.
JACKSONVILLE 389-1741 TYPES TREE WORK

3 Bedroom,Antique Brick 11/2 BULLDOZIER LAND OLINS MOBILE HOME SALES
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baths, Living Room, Dining AUTO ELECTRIC CLEARINGCOMPLETELYINSURED HWY. 100 W. PH. 964.5606 rs.vr
Room, Kitchen Double Garage AND LICENSED t

FUN 10 GIVE OK 10Thineompuet ( ET. WATSON'SHOUSE OF VACUUMS Carpet Galore, Chain Link PEAVY FREE ESTIMATES- THIS IS YOUR DREAM HOME !ZJl: :i17 L
12-inrll diagonal Fence, 1.8 acre of land Adjacent Brothers
24X65
Golf Course. A Beauty. 24 YEARS EXPERIENCEJAX PEACHTREE DOUBLE WIDE 3 BEDROOM.
V swhcls Many/ brands of new vacuums to
black and white 1 net
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2 BATH FAMILY ROOM a CARPET THROUGHOUTFALL
its xpeiial $39.00 up. Used machines Electric CO.ALTERNATORS 768-8522
and tilt on own KIMBALL "SWINGER" CLOSE-OUT SALE S14.999
base no the picture screen ilirerlly from $10. Expert Repairs all 10 Acres Land\with Pecan Trees OR STARKE 964-9935
fairs >uu. here's ul.o ORGAN makes. Parts and Accessoriesfor Every 40' All Directions. 1OTP 1,31Poultry 12X60 2 BR FULLY FURNISHED S4499 TF
instant picture and wiuiid ROOSEVELT MALL all vacuums. Built In STARTERS
plus u "private li'ninu" ear- 388-8519 central vacuum cleaning 70 Acres with Pecan Trees, Off GENERATORS:: -
with I5-fm rortl. 2929 N W 13TH GAINESVILLE3PRINTING systems. 712 N. Main, 301. REGULATORS
phone a
Gainesville 3767110. TF Equip.Of STARKE BUILDERSA
25 Acres, High Land on Paved AUTOTRUCK< -
All Kinds.
Road. COMPLETE BUILDING SERVICE

Diesel PHONE 964-527O 219 E WASHINGTON ST
R. Q. SIMMONS EQUIP.
4044 LENOX AV. JAX STARKE.FLACongoleum
I MISCELLANEOUSSPOTS Call us, we have more. TF CO.
;.. 't 387-2528 Shinyl I Vinyl I

317 E BROWNLEE ST "THE NO WAX FLOOR1
$4,59
: &o@lllY7/ GEORGE ROBERTS
?- REAL ESTATE STARKE FLA COMPLETELY INSTALLED COMPARE AT $6 50
: before your eyeson CARLBEGGSGulf PER SO YD

Call 964-6305 your new carpet remove 986 N.Temple Ave.,StarkePh. Beautifully SculpturedHI
t1. < them with Blue Lustre. Rent .964.7826 Service PHONE 964.6819
lectrlc $1. Dev-
shampooer AssociatePh. LOW NYLON
rick Inc. 301 E. Call St. Wayne Douglas TFCHG
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.9646593United MANY COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM EXCEEDS
!}646163. USED FHA SPECIFICATIONS, COMPLETELY w.91INSTALLED

OVER RUBBER PADDING PER SO YD

lull Farm AdultMobile Slag
WANTED/ Used furniture PARTSFOR
refrigerators, washers Dah- Agency, Inc Home ParkIN THE CARPET WITH THE NOW LOOK I
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/ REG.REAL ESTATE BROKER MOST MAKESOF CITY LIMITS S3O A MONTH COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM COMPLETELY

S 1 PAUL 8c IRENE CARS WALK TO NEIGHBORHOOD NSTALLED OVER RUBBER PADDING PER SO YD$7.95

\\ SpecialOccasion STEAM CLEANING Engines of FAULKNERASSOCIATES GROCERY AND NEW

all types, automotive, farm 24 HR. WRECKER SERVICE SHOPPING
machinery Boyd Service, Ph 2305 N. TEMPLE AVE CENTERTF

964.8359. tfchg STARKE. FLA. 964-5O6S HWY 301 N. WALDO TF JO-LU COURTU.S. Bill's C. B. Radio

WANT TO SELL OR BUY PHONE 468-1998
REAL ESTATE? 301 SOUTH 321 Temple Ave.

SAWS SHARPENED, work CALL US FOR BEST PRICES PHONE 964-881O 3G4-B346
You want it to be a perfect guaranteed. Call 964-7509!) or PROSPECTS WAITING TFCHG Starke Fla.,

wedding? Set the tone from the leave at Jackson Building ,

start with quality invitations, an- Supply.Heights. Starke If chg. or Keystone Martin RUBBERSTAMPS Your All Types Of Electronic Equipment

nouncements and stationery. Comesee Real Estate
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our tasteful selection and con Campersu.s. Broker EXPERT INSTALLATION

BUYING pecans daily at State 90 WEST LAKE CITY
sult with our experts.We're Farmers Market. J. R, PHONE 752-3723 EXPERT ADVICE

Wainwright. tfchg OF Buy-Sell-Trade-
FOR BEST SELECTION
Wedding Specialists = TRAVEL TRAILERS Bill Now Sells Hunting & Fishing Licenses
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Bradford MINI-HOMES Made To Order TF & All Management Permits.

CountyTELEGRAPH TRUCK CAMPERSAND CALL BILL
ANTED horse saddles what TOPPERSFULL Bradford CountyTelegraph POWELL Home.of the Magnetic Signs
have you got? Dahmers OFFICE 964-6464
Discount. tfchg. LINE OF PARTS AND RESIDENCE- 964-681O 24 Hour ServiceS

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Actually, we can't com- attend a City Council meetingor large part an example of
BRADFORD COUNTYBY Union by A.DeArmond CorrespondentAs plain, or at least the majority a meeting of the Board of public apathy Consider that
County 'of the populace can't, about County Commissioners? for a good many years
the "crisis. Although elected officialsto ecologists and scientists alike
gee a r energy Especiallywith we
the 73 fades into the
JOHN year' reference to many steps represent us, if we don'tmake have been warning the
dawn of 74 Florida tourism
O'MEARAThe being taken at the local our views known or American public, along with
industries face than a much government level. How can keep in contact with what !is the rest of the world, to con
bleaker future even the
anyone in Union County, Lake happening in our community serve energy. Seems nobodybut
vanishing visitor from the
Butler, or any of the other then we must suffer the nobody listened.
northern sections of
frozen
Annual Division of "Yankee" land. However in townships complain when consequences of that apathy. Think about it.....I'II see you
they can't be bothered toi1'4 The crisis itself Is next week.
Forestry Seedling Packet Sale Washington, D. C., touristsare energy in
will be held again this winter flocking by the thousands
in Starke at the County from abroad to visit the latest
Agricultural Building. The (and biggest to date) national
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date will be Saturday, Jan. 12 E y. aav attraction, billed as
soldfrom vlf Jrt 11'1 r
and the packets will be "Credibility Canyon". I understand -
8 a.m. until 5 p.m., or the show includesthe
until they are all sold out.. world's longest suspension

For homeowners in v bridge made of recording tape
Bradford County this is an and that the canyon itself
opportune time to get a bundleof extends from D. C. to San
shade tree seedlings at a Clemente! Nuf Sed.

bargain price. One of the areas that the
Species to be sold are "' 1 4r changing of the usual time
Flowering Dogwood, Eastern 'w' rd
sequence from eastern
Redbud Slash Pine, and Live This float by Girl Scout Troop 5ZO and Brownie Troop 311 won third place and a $25 cash prizein standard back to 'daylight
Oak. Two of each species will the 1973 Starke Christmas parade. savings time' won't help are !
be in packet, or 8 seedlingsin schools throughout this time !
.
all. The price of a seedling This isn't as farfetched as it wastepiles each year in zone. Consider that if the
packet is $1 plus tax. Sawdust for cattle feed? sounds. Researchers at the Florida. children start at the same a Iw 4'>fw

Forest Products Laboratoryof The conserving of wood time each day after the r, "vid9n p3&y
the USDA in Madison, residues as of all forest change, they will actually be
WEATHERTRON Wisconsin, have conducted materials is an ongoing going to school an hour earlier
numerous feeding trials research program of the and the boilers providing heat
I HEAT PUMP substituting wood residues for Florida Division of Forestry.A must run one hour longer. It is
conventional roughage recent study published by for this 'reason that Union
CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING materials such as hay, the Division sheds light on the County Schools, as well as a
silage, and cottonseed hulls. relatively brand new bark good many others, are con-
The researchers praised industry. sidering a longer Christmas
sweet gum (abundant in Entitled "The Demand for holiday and a shorter school
Florida), red oak, and aspen Bark Utilization Products," day or at the very least one
residues highest. The cows this booklet is available to that will start the kids off at 9
liked it, and the carcasses forest industries and to the a.m. (the current 8 a.m.) ,
were unaffected. public. It explains ways and In view of the problems with ''k r
ll Since beef and dairy cattle methods in which the more heating, considering the fuel j,
JI consume about 400 million than 170,000 tons of bark shortage and the skimpy fuel
s tons of food each year, muchof disposed of each year in allocations some of the school
which has been in short Florida could be utilized. boards throughout the countryare
I I supply and inflationary in Some of the potential high. faced with, perhaps there
wood-derived residues volume uses include absorbing -
price : might be more of a turn to
hold out promise even as agent for oil spills, educational television
/ substitutes for grains and packaging material, industrial programming within the
high-energy livestock rations. fuel soil mix, home. At which time, with
Resolving the feed shortage briquettes decorative ground
school
problem could also mean cover for landscaping, ad- seven home aged I shall children in Billy and Elizabeth :Noegel (center) were the recipients of a :November'; Bradford Im-
utilizing some of the 470,000 ditive to oil drilling muds, andin school my own board about see the provement Program award for their :tll( Lounge norlli of St u'kl"nn (;Godwin Chairman ofHIP
cords of wood lost in charcoal. renting presents the award to :Nuegel'; as JohnI'rs; of (lip Chamber of ('OI1lI1lt"I''t' looks oni'Fill-
desk space in.one of the empty left).
classrooms!


Safe Driving Dear Santa.
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One Unit! One Constant Temperature!

All Year Long Winter weather holiday when pavements are slipperyby )

traffic, car performance and trying brakes occasionallywhile Dear Sanny Claus:
A Weattiertron' Heat Pump provide both heAt. FAMOUS GE lUll T-IH driving ability can determine driving slowly and away Dear Santa:
and cooling to keep home comfortable whether you have a safe and from traffic.
ing your DUALITY FEATURES My sister Is this
brakes to slow My name is Kevin and I am four old. I have been a writing lette for me, because I don't know
every day of the year. 1h4epace-eavingWeather.' a enjoyable holiday season, Pump your years how to write. I
tWOtlaalwerur three
Iron unit. will. maintain. your desired comfort level. says the Florida Highway down or stop. Jamming them good boy this year. Please bring me some nice presents for I am years old and I will be four In
Using the automatic thermostat .it even changes .a bdnm, ear 110.at.BMt Patrol. can cause the wheels to lock Christmas. I want a doctor set. a bicycle an evil hneivle, a January. have been a good bay( all year long. Please bring

from cooling to heating' or heating to cooling I*.. tocUqiHlhMUtnrMM; Col. Eldrige Beach, directorof and throw you into a set of cap pistols a toy car, a race car and some candy and daddy's me .nese that kinds of, presents' : A people watch a gun like
a goes 'BAM! a play chain saw that cuts down
automatically. the Patrol, advised dangerous skid. nuts.
B row n's motorists to, "Turn in a Follow other vehicles at a trumpet.trees a little tractor to ride in, a reindeer, a horn and a

driving performance of which safe distance anticipatingthat Thank you
you can be proud by adjustingyour the driver ahead may do Kevin Cogdill
RefrigerationAir speed to varying road something unexpected. Love
weather and traffic conditions Signal your intention to Richie Taylor
." turn or stop well in advance,
Drive More Less
Conditioning With winter driving con !giving' adequate warning to Pay ; .
ditions already prevalent in the drivers near you.

226 s. \ValnutSt. Starke, Fla Florida, the Highway Patrol Keep your windshield and Dear Santa:
Be A ]
listed some tips for winter windows clear making sure Thoughful Drivercostly

TF weather driving: you can see danger in time to old. I in the
My name is Kim Cogdill and I am six years am
Get the 'feel' of the road avoid trouble. DETROIT "A little of all. Trips of 1 mile
first grade. I have been pretty good this year so could you
bit miles
knowledge, a of patience, may reduce your per
--- would like
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please bring me some nice things for Christmas
and some thoughtful drivingwill gallon by as much as 40
Tender Love doll, tea set. a baby doll
to have a baby a
the
save you a lot of money, percent over ecomomy
carriage, a sewing machine and a make-up set. Also if you
said Tom Collins of StarkeChryslerPlymouthDodge. you'd get on a ten-mile trip.
OVER 7,000 have enough to go around I would like to have a Sweet April

\I "Let's assume you drive an "The rules are simple: doll and a Barbi doll.
intermediate-sized car suchas Keep the car in shape, drive
GIFTS IN a Charger with! a V-8 smoothly and keep your Thank you very much
engine. If you cruise at 50 speeds as constant as Kim CogdillP.
miles hour possible. Add up all the
per (mph) rather
than 70 you can save 4 miles savings and you'll save quite a S. We will leave you some cake to eat when you come. to

per gallon (mpg) of gasoline.That bit of money while helping to our house.
AT really adds up ease our national fuel shor-

"Steady driving is very tage.

Starke's Largest important, too. Set your speed .
--
r and stay with it as long as
Quality Jeweler traffic conditions will allow If

FAEE you vary your speed by 5
miles per hour in the 50-70

range, it can reduce your *
Sensible Low .Gift economy by 7 to 9 percent!
,. "Don't dragrace away froma
Prices Throughout eery a/' I Wrapping: corner. Its illegal in many
places and it can increase
Our Store Je ot r your gas bill by as much as 18 0a

percent everywhere. o
"Keep your car clean,too. If
you have 100 pounds of unnecessary 5
tools OP other
ballast in the car it will nick

NGS" DIAMONDS you for .2 mpg in city traffic
MOTHERS 3 and; .1 on the highway. HolicJa.l

: :lorAn Pi KEEP CAR 1 IN:1 SHAPE :
# "Read your Owner's
IN 14 KARAT / Manual and keep your tires at
SOLID GOLD : '; the correct inflation level. If 'Gift

ID Special f Chritma" they're soft they cost you in ,
additional tire wear and one-
half to one mpg of gasoline on
-t' Sampler
the
highway.
..
WE PURCHASED OUR
A. "Your car must be kept in
f M tune if you expect to make the
LARGE STOCK
oIr \ BEFORE j most of each gasoline dollar f porn

JA IIIKTHSTO.NK: (> "I : THE PRICE RISE.THEY t(* that you spend. If the ignition
timing is retarded just 5
for EACH: :MEMBER: of her '
\ degrees it can cost one-half OurDaiI
I FAIII.set: into one of these ,, / ARE GOING UP AGAIN IN JAN mile per gallon.

|beautiful jewels... each piece "There are a lot of 'saving ,
MADE UP IN HAVE YOUR OLD DIAMOND graces' to improve gasoline .
available in from I 7 birth- '
to
economies, and have to
ONE DAY REMOUNTED IN THE SET OF you
intones of your choice. : remember, and observe, them Bread
YOUR CHOICE BY PROFESSIONAL
MOTHERS all. Front wheel alignment is
I BRACELETS WITH ATTACHMENTS -
/ I DIAMOND SPECIALIST AT WILLIAMS. vital to tire life and fuel
FOR ALL THE CHILDREN'S PICTURES : economy. If the tires have just

w . w x +sa +ew . w r a one-quarter inch extra toeinit
can cost you .3 miles per assOlr19lftr i wrapped
r4I4r gallon at highway speeds.
"You can't change the baske 's

weather but you can be # To $10.00
THERE IS NO FINER GIFT conscious of what it does to -F.1If\ 3. so
51en'e Rion economy. Wet pavement can
Afo.-J&". THAN A BULOVA WATCH Fs cost up to I mile per gallon at

H 6tWk/l / Free'r''; i.. highway speeds.drops If from the temperature 30 !(lo.P\e cory l'orfS o J..ifet1unc.hi

e d/ degrees to 10 degrees it can
ENGRAVING ON 'r4 v cost up to 1 mile per gallon at eS '
P'4 iOPI T pLTION ALL PURCHASES highway speeds.
"Wind can help or hurt your
GooksGatden \
Free Sapphire mileage. Let's assume an 18 \
5aear mile wind blowing from the Her"te\ .\
Seeds vsNator
GOLD LEAF West, and a vehicle travelingat

aii nwar: c i INITIALS ON heads 70 miles East an it hour.can If get the 16.6 car r&\\ Toiletries\ opanWrM

arsrll rra: LEATHER GOODS mpg, but if it heads West into
the wind it will get about 11.6 S ..soninaS' *. Condiments ll.do.. .
mpg! On either a North or
0 South course the mileage will sSor V 5\\"Set ffoV NW s
I WILLIAMS be about 13.9 the same car at ;|l ouir\ > .. are
JEWELRY r
70 mph with no wind might get
13.9 miles per gallon.
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