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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 20, 1973
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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To Tackle Landfills

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joint city-county committee was appointed

I night, Dec. 18, to work on the landfill

problem that has plagued Bradford County

Lawtey past several years.

Sanitarian Jack Trawick, threatened with

county land fill pollution violations turned over

IL enforcement agency of the Department of

Water Control in Jacksonville, told the Starke city

it., ; Tuesday night he has replied to the DPC

.,ii' for an answer to two violation citations issued
Bringing the problem to the Starke

(, ,, To Cut since the city uses the Starke landfill

'i0" for violations Trawick the
Tuesday requested
8fp&t _ ."' -" The Lawtey City Council, in the council to help sortie the county's open land fill situation.
.ijt a job of getting
specjal Monday
meeting
said DPC were provide for a civil penalty of
night, agreed to trim 200 signers for
/ approximately -
1 1-2 miles fromits water a reply to the two up to $5,000 a day for any
r system.A that had been issued violation of a Department of
proposed water in spokesman
\ system Board of County Pollution Control rule,
an effort to keep costs down to that additional
; the first on Trawick said.
a figure that can be financed (See .> ) and the second on Oct. In replying to the citationsby
with 200 .
consumers.As citations allowed a letter Tuesday, Trawick
originally estimated by of 30 days for the Board informed the pollution control
Sverdrup and Parcel, the Commissioners to officials of the steps that were
city's engineers, cost of the the pollution control being taken jointly by the
system was placed at$421,000, the actions taken county and city to comply with
which would require 270 users the deficiencies that the new rules and regulations,
of the service in order to repaya Open about the violations. stating specifically that a gate
construction loan under a 40- had been installed and a man
of the circumstances
A new placed on duty at the garbage
year contract with the Far- the violations for which
mers Home Administration at Starke at 10 dump in order to prevent
is
becoming the being charged further violations.
5 1-4 percent interest.
at the
food restaurant city garbage In a further move on the
With slightly more than 100 with third on the Old Lawtey Road
a problem Mayor-
prospective consumers signed set to open soon. northeast city limits. Commissioner Neil Tucker
up for the service so far, first Letter of Notice Commissioner
New Bradford High Coat Of ArmsBradford Council felt it would be im- 'a Florida franchisor Food Oct. 12 was for Jimmy appointed McRae and Street

possible to reach the 270 announced the of the Air and Water Supt. S. R. Hicks to representthe

High School's new coat of arms, a gift to the school building figure,:but chairman Robert new 50-seat Control Act with city to work with County ..
school from the Class of 1973, Is presented to Principal It Is hoped that the drawing will be the beginning of a Scott said he believed that 200 301 South in to open burning at Commissioners George W.
I Charles Francis by Class President Mark Hodges. tradition at BUS of having the coat of arms shown as a creston signers could be obtained.As "The new site creating a Roberts, JoC.. Allen and
Framed in silver on a red background, school colors, the class rings and used on high school graduation invitations, a basis for the scaled 14 stores in the hazard that exceeded Trawick on future landfill
coat of,rm will be displayed In the lobby of the new high so that it will become an Identifying symbol of the school. down plans, the Council and operated by limitations of the requirements.
lopped off several sections of and for the "There's to
Systems, more a sanitary
two and four inch pipe, where McCulley, of putrescent landfill than meets the eye,
SUPT. CASON PROPOSES PLAN there had been few, if any, Jacksonville beyond the dump site said Covington Woodley,
signers for the service. Included poration. line. District Conservationist for

in the segments William Henry second Letter of Notice the Soil Conservation Service

extension eliminated along were US-301 the half north mile, "Hardee's the new Oct. 24 was for open Counties.in Bradford and Union

Energy Crisis Lengthens which would have served two unique in that only.of the situation is "Sometimes, tracts that
motels in that area; about a only major the Florida Statutes look ideal on the surface have
quarter of a mile outside the restaurant chain soils with slow percolation,
city limits along State Road broils its high water tables, or drainagethat
225 (highway to KingsleyLake using only goes too quickly into the
) and smaller portions in government Of 24 water table," Woodley added.

Union Co. School HolidayLAKE Northwest Lawtey,and South chopped "For a good, workable
west Lawtey along the old US- charco-broiling, sanitary landfill, the soil must
301 cut-off. duplicate the be economically movable with

BUTLER Union servation program drafted by "We are all going to have to time off from school would be plans The and engineers cost estimates said that of new the hamburgers freeze Tuesday machinery, not "too wet, and

County schools closed Fridayfor Superintendent James Cason make sacrifices to meet the made up by only having one scaled-down project could be backyard grill. 12)A ,with a low reading of free of flooding.
extended Christmasand III during their regular crisis it is Good off for the to bring the The American Society of
an energy somethingwe day, Friday, ready by around Jan. 1 at an was Bradford
New Year's holiday, meeting Tuesday, Dec. 11, in will have to live with,"said spring break later in the year. additional cost of around $500to broiled taste to share of a winter Civil Engineers defines
instead of Wednesday as the Union County Courthouse. both Chairman Ray Crawfordand This move drew criticism the Hardee's is that buried much of the sanitary landfill as, "puttingthe
city.In
in the smallest
planned, a move calculated to Cason. from elementary school p.m. Sunday in snow, claiming waste
Not only will the classes the meanwhile, it was sday and practical area in the smallest
conserve the system'sgasoline oil close earlier than planned Cason said that the extra (See Page 4) suggested that members of Friday and practical volume, and cover
and heating trend set in
previously, they will not reopen each day."
and which will
allotment
morning, ending
on January 2 but instead "Most think of
people a
extend the vacation of Lake of cold in this area.
on January 7 giving students a landfill trench
Butler students for five days. low reading here sanitary as a
full eight days longer holiday. UC Rescue Vehicle Volunteers degrees and a low of 29 that is filled with garbage,"
Change in the closing date While Cason said that the at 4 a.m. Woodley continued. "It is not
and extended holiday for that simple. There are two
to the Florida
move was by
necessary
students and teachers cameas types of landfill in Florida:
Union County school board conserve the limited supplyof Warning Station here. and fill
the trench
diesel fuel used to fire theschool's Friction slight damages was area
Fading As Developsthat
members tackled their own boilers for heating, !: to fields of young methods. The most suitable
energy crisis and approved type for a given community or
students present for the I .... greens, which were
portions of an conChristmus -- situation the size
energy depends on
meeting were not in favor of LAKE BUTLER JamesR. charging a service fee for previously his firm had were put into in some areas by the of the community, location of
the move as their end of term (Randy) Wilson, Jr., night calls to refuel Union given a special considerationto were to be fueled landfill
programs and special holiday disclosed Saturday that Ambulance Service rescue the ambulance service witha less than front is predicted to the equipment"
festivities would have to Coastal Oil Company, vehicles when they must full discount. The EMT gave this area Thursday available, and soil type.
either be' stepped up for operated by Wilson, his father refuel after the regular the Wilson firm preceded by showers. "We are getting more
this week "We gave them the same been called will requests for basic soils Information -
production or and brother, will begin closing hours. Wilson said a weather prevail
discount would other
i cancelled entirely. we any times to come the weekend, with a for landfills,"
county owned vehicle, their place of trend expected by Woodley adds "which is a
I V1) r Cason and the Board were Wilson said. Wilson stated order to healthy sign that people are
) firm in their answers to Muffler Too Loud that the reason for the move to bulances and the changing their attitudes
y y students and the group of a service fee in addition to the that they did toward dumping in rural
parents and teachers attending regular price of fuel was due calling on areas."

the meeting. Nets 2 RestIn to comments made in the last come and open SCS is concerned that
Days county commission meetingand night and then sanitary landfills be placed in .
.. comments that have been station opera Rain; Falls a soil that will prevent the
Water Tank a six member county When questioned by County made in the community by daytime. waste from becoming a
court jury trial held Tuesday Attorney Gene Shaw Hardy several county com- Union County received polluting factor. Properly
To Dec. 18, with Judge Elzie admitted that he was aware of missioners. President of three inches of located and operated landfills
Closings Be LightedDec. Sanders presiding, a guilty the violation at the time of the During the last meeting of (Dick) Rue the week ending may not be the ultimate in
verdict was returned by the incident.In the Board, the commissioners missioners and Dec. 17, bringing the disposing of solid waste, but
22 23 24 against Dennis Lee 12 cases set for jury trial; three far this month to 56
Christmas Day Only Hardy questioned the fact that Union four inches above (See Page 4)
who lives on US-301 the remaining eleven were Ambulance was using situation.
Community Florida Bank Bank So many requests have been south of Starke, on a charge of disposed of before reachingthe Wilson's firm exclusively for Rue suggested inch entire 50 month.year average

Starke City Hall received by Starke city improper mufflers. jury. fuel and maintenance of the that the Board the seven-day period Specioll\leeting
fathers to turn the Carol Lee Hodge, on an separate fuel
County Courthouse on Hardy was sentenced to two rescue vehicles. Chairman of New River
staffed Christmas lights on the town days in the county jail for the unlawful speed charge, the Board Paul Riherd asked responsible for Monday recorded, 2.7 inches, Set TonightOn
(Partially water tank, that the com- offense. changed her plea to guilty and why the business was not rescue units when tower had 3 inches
Christmas Eve) missioners voted 3-2 Tuesday According to testimony by was fined $26 and had her being spread around the other have fuel. In lieu Fe 3.3. UC Rood
night to bum the lights for Police Officer Lane Sibley the driver's license suspended fora stations in the community and suggested that the
fires by
Noon MondayAnd three days prior to Christmas, incident occurred on Satur- period of thirty days. the vehicles not being refueled for bids from were Forest reported Service LAKE BUTLER Paul

Christmas Federal Day: Dec. 22, 23, and 24. day, Nov. 27, when Hardy lefta Bond was set at $251 for from the tank at the county operators who the week with a total of Riherd Chairman of the Union
Guaranty Luther Johns on a DWI barn willing to County Board of County
held Ray
It will cost the city $2.38 to dance being at the where other county burned. Three fires
and his arrest was fuel and Commissioners announced
burn the 1,500 colored 40-watt Armory on Edwards Road charge owned vehicles are fueled. termed careless and
Dec.21 and after 11 p.m. ordered by the court. Johns for the vehicles. yesterday that the Board will
25: light bulbs which use about 38 An ambulance service incindiary
All Insurance kilowatts of 24 Sibley: said that Hardy took failed to appear for trial. The Board did hold a special session tonightat
power member the
per at
Companies hours. off in his automobile at a high In the case of Harvey Shaw present feel the 7:30: p.m. in room 101 of
Commissioner rate of speed, unnecessarily Bodie a five day jail term was meeting told the Board the exactly what was Union County Courthouse.
McRae made the Jimmy revving up the motor to createan imposed on a DWI conviction reason for the ambulances not agreed for the ZONING:. Riherd said the meeting was
motion to excessive noise factor at his driver's license suspendedfor being refueled at the county the men of the r POSTPONED being called to discuss
.,
c-r turn the lights on, it was fuel depot due to the fact
was ,
seconded the late hour of the night. six months, and put on should be ownership of a controversialroad
by Commissioner the county fuel tank contains a where could of the Bradford to
they
adjacent
m% (!Hutmnunitijjtalr! Vernon Silcox and who served his probation for one year. properties
supportedby Hardy, as Another charge against Bodie mixture of both regular and need fuel during Zoning Board will be owned by A. C. Box and
Sank Commissioner Neil own defense counsel at the for leaving the scene of an premium grades of gasoline.The hours. month since the Donald Dukes.
Tucker. trial told the that he had
jury accident was dismissed. EMT at the meetingtold Rue has stated meeting date falls on Riherd said this would be
unanimous unable
By been to the
.. agreement get Bond forfeited in the sick of the Day, Dec. 25. The the only matter to be brought
A_Mow' ..... lito the commissioners to complete was the Board Union Am-
postponed parts a
T. t2OOOO k necessary case of JeremiahSee behind the will be held on before the Board as they meetin
,.._. D-'i w....c-.. the next regular meeting until motor change job in his Henry bulance Service had been Jan. 29. special session.
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DKG Chapter Founders Tea Honors GuestsMrs Crosby-Phillips sat T. B.Hardings Y Junior Club

Helen S. Smith, and members into the Florida silver and crystal epergne, Wedding Plan Open House Members FetedAt
Florida State president, room where refreshmentswere flanked by silver candelabra PartyEntertained HomeMrs.
Miami and Mrs. Marjorie served from a table holding tall red candles. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Hardingwill S Johns
Bingham, District II director, covered with a green linen Evelyn Haney Mrs Maxine hold "open house" Sun tlt
Gainesville, of the In- cloth centered with an Gibson, Mrs. Mona Canova, day afternoon from 3:30 to Linda Johns was
ternational Delta Kappa arrangement of red car Miss Della Rosenberg, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. James V. 5:30: o'clock at their home, 319 hostess at a Christmas party
Gamma Society, were nations, yellow chrysan- Maureen Paul, Mrs. Edna Crosby were hosts at a dinner Lafayette Street, honoringMr. Monday night, Dec. 7, from 9
honored at the Founders tea of themums, leather leaf fern Hart and Mrs. Kate Sheppard party Friday night, Dec. 14, at and Mrs. T. B. Harding, to9 o'clock for members the
the Alpha Nu Chapter at the and Christmas ornaments in a served as hostesses. the Homestead Restaurant in Jr. and family of Odenton, Junior Woman's Club. Guests
home of Mrs. Muriel S. The party rooms were Keystone Heights for their Md. and Miss Alice June included members and their
Norman on Sunday afternoon.Mrs. decorated in the Christmas son, Jimmy Crosby, and his Harding of Atlanta who will husbands and dates.A .
Smith gave an inspirational Barnes-Zipperer theme using red and gold, the fiancee, Cheryl Phillips, be home for the holidays. silver candelabra with red l
talk on the ad- society's colors. following the couple's wed Friends and relatives are tapers centered the refreshment -
vancement of Delta Kappa Wedding Set FridayMiss Mrs. Smith and Mrs. ding rehearsal.The invited to call between the table which was covered
C Gamma educational projects Bingham were presented red : 9 appointed hours. with a green linen cloth'
. and plans for the International Catherine Anne rose and gold corsages and T-shaped dining table Encircling the punch bowl
convention in Seattle, Wash. Barnes of Hastings and Mrs. Heinrich was presenteda held a garland of Christmas : ;F Two Hostesses was a garland of poinsettiasand
on Aug. 5-11, 1974. Charles Randall Zipperer of gold chrysanthemum and greenery down the center, holly berries Mrs.
Mrs. Marjorie Bingham Starke will be united in red corsage from Alpha Nu interspersed with red and Sherrod Hamilton assisted in
reported plans for seminars of marriage Friday night, Dec. chapter. green candles. Centering the Napier-Norton Honor Hospital serving.
the District II meeting to be 21, at 7:30: in the First Baptist Members from Baker, head table was an arrange-
held at the Reitz Union at the Church in Hastings with a Bradford and Union Counties ment of burgundy and white EngagementMr. VolunteersThe .. .
University of Florida on reception following in the attended. pompoms and carnations. NormanMercerDate
Saturday, Feb.9. church annex. Bridal place cards marked the and Mrs. B. L. Wilkison Teenage Volunteersand Mr. and Mrs Albert
Visitors attending from All friends and relatives are seating arrangement for the Sr announce the engagement; ( Bradford County Hospital Set Feb. 2 Stefanclli and sons of
other chapters were Mrs. invited to attend. CrollGriffisJane 25 guests which included the of their granddaughter, Auxiliary board membersheld Jacksonville were Sunday''
Dorothea Heirich, past state Deborah J. (Debbe) Napier of and Mrs Nor-
honored couple, their parents a Christmas party Mr. Leroy visitors of Mr. and Mrs Henry'!
president of Orange Park, and members of the bridal Lawtey, daughter of Joe M. Monday night,Dec. 10, from 8 man, Jr. of Camp Blanding Stefanelli
Mrs Rena Roberts, EASTERNSTARSUPPER Croll and John Griffis party. Napier of Jacksonville and the to 9 o'clock at the home of announce the engagement and
headquarters chairman, Mrs. POSTPONED were united in marriage on late Mrs. Shirley Lavon Mrs. Linda Johns on Weldon approaching marriage of their
Eleanor Bryant and Mrs. Friday, Dec. 14, at 7 p,m. at and Mr. Napier, to Edwin Charles Street, with Mrs. James daughter, Teila Kay, to Larry
Miss Phillips
Margaret Seay of Gainesvilleand Starke chapter 224, Eastern the home of the groom on (Chuck) Norton of Starke, son Lawson as cohostess.The Donn Mercer, son of Mr. and
Miss Georgia Watson of Star, has postponed its family Orange St. The couple is Crosby presented personal of Mrs. Carl Thompson of Mrs. B. J. Barker of Indianapolis Not nf
Lake Butler. night supper for Dec. 22 untilJanuary residing in Starke gifts to their attendants Starke and Brad Norton of Ind
refreshment table
was
the dinner.miaaMJMMxmnsmjM
Mrs. Norman invited guests during Keystone Heights. overlaid with a green linen The wedding will take place creature
Miss Napier attended BHS Feb. 2, at 7:30
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1 year, and Forest Lake tapers. Mrs. M. A. Baldwin Starke with a reception
Every Day Academy the third year of presided at the punch bowl, following in the church :
964-7711 high school She was a which was encircled with fellowship hall.
Is Open House I member of the French Club; poinsettias and holly. All friends and relatives are not
G.AA; Pep Club; History cordially invited to attend.

? For Your Convience W Club Mr.and Norton tumbling graduated team.from even a-'

Julia s Florist BUS and was a member of the House Painting
21 Christmas Hours I football team, V.ICA and

If 8 am Till 8 pm 2101J131U F.C.A.The wedding date will be FREE ESTIMATES 1 fl

224 N. TEMPLE AVE 9647711 I announced later.Farewell .

I J L7 y i Dinner Call Anytime Day or Night

AVERAGE HOUSES .- $225-$350!

I (Bru mU0UOO ill 0 ; For Rev. and Mrs.W.B.Johnson AVERAGE ROOMS $40-$75! May The Peace And

PORCHES S25-S75! .
Joy Of An Old fashioned
ffi130UruW0 Rev. and Mrs. W. B. Christmas Be Yours In

I I Johnson Cross City, who next will week move where to Minor Home Repair Also AvailableAt Full !Measure.

,' Rev. Johnson will be chaplainat Reasonable Hourly Rates

I Novelties Candles & High I honored the at prison a farewell there,dinner were ALICirSDIWKINANDIlAKRKCUi:
Tuesday night of last week 964-5236 ; -:

I s I given by the Friendship Class
I Assorted Plants of Adult the,B.First department.Baptist Church The I Need Your Business Alice Millie

I Christmas Wreath & .,, 21 dinner recreation was held room.in the church Mrs & I Offer. (il 1 K.: Brownlee
I Johnson has been teacher of
the class for several years. Service You Can Trust At Starke, Ha.9G16731 .

= Door Swags Christmas decorations were Reasonable Prices
I used in decorating the hall and PD
tables for the occasion. *
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husbands; Rev and Mrs. Ben .
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charge of arrangements, and 47 ,' J ( J Ie'

I YOU NEED NOT BE PRESENT WIN ', Pierce assisting and were Mrs.Mrs J. E. George Hardy. W7t .\''".. W ,. -10.- ,
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Mr. and Mrs. M.A. Baldwin Robert Lee Thomas of
Methodist Birthday
Party
Jones Staff Exchange Gifts Groups Melody CrossTo Moose Lodge"Plans *-.- visited their son-in-law and Memphis, Tenn. is spending

Hold Christmas daughter, Mr. and Mrs. the holidays with his son-in-
Members of ADK held their For Ronda BryantLittle Wed Mr. SmithMr. Varied James Montuoro and law and daughter, Dr. and

DeWitt C. Jones was host ala Christmas party daughter, in Tampa Tuesday Mrs. J. II. Minesinger.Take .
dinner party last Saturday night in the Episcopal Paris Parties Tonda Kimberly and Mrs. Robert O. Hall Holiday Events
night at the Branding Iron for House. Bryant, daughter of Mr. and announce the engagement of Mr. and Mrs. James C.
employees of the DeWitt C. Christmas decorations were Members of the Blanche Mrs. Roy E. Bryant, their daughter, Melody Cross, Hoppe of Tampa will be your Christmas pictures
Jones funeral home and their used for the occasion. Gifts Williams Group Five of the celebrated her first birthday to Tommy Smith, son of Mr Starke Moose Lodge No. Friday overnight guests of With your new
wives. were exchanged by the First United Methodist Wednesday, Nov. 25, with a and Mrs. Austin Smith, all of 2035 is planning a number of Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs J. Polaroid SX-70 Ca mera
members the Church held their regular for Starke. festivities during the holiday
during party party the family at the W. Kincaid. From Bullington's
The Christmas motif was hours. Each member broughther meeting and Christmas party home of her grandparents, season. 104 W Call St.
carried out in decorations in favorite treat for refresh- Tuesday night, Dec. 13, at the Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Bryant. On Friday, Dec. 21, the Dr.and Mrs. H. G. Bollinger Starke Florida
the dining hall. ment. home of Mrs. Drew Reddish CobyBatesRose lodge will sponsor a teenage were in Tallahassee over the Phone!964-7271
with Mrs. dance, from 8 until 12
Booklets composed of last Don Ilardenbrook p.m.
weekend visiting their son-in-
Eighteen guests enjoyed the :year's treat recipes were as co-hostess.;; Beta Sigma Phi Coby of Starke and midnight. All young peopleare law and daughter, Mr. and
affair.. distributed.Christmas Following the business Robert Bates of Lawtey were invited to attend. Mrs. Jan Douglas.
meeting conducted by Mrs. Gives BookcaseTo united in marriage on Dec. 11 On Satuuday, Dec. 22, the
Warren Winkler refreshmentswere in Folkston. Ga. The couple is annual Children's Christmas
served from a table Nursing HomeBeta residing in Lawtey. Party will be held from 12 Parfunt,the perfect gift
covered with a white cutwork noon to 4 p.m. at the lodge for Christmas
cloth and centered with a red home on U. S. 301 North, for Bulling!on'g
and white Christmas Sigma Phi met at the '" 6 the children of members only 104 W.Call St.
arrangement. sifts were home of Mrs. Eve Godwin on "' .c Santa Claus will be present, Starke Florida
/ e exchanged with their prayer Dec. 10 for their regular and a magician will provide Phone 964-7271
1 partners. meeting and Christmas party. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hawkins entertainment.Also .
During the program time Plans were made to give a and family were Sunday on Saturday, Dec. 22,
4 4a the members made over 100 bookcase to the Nursing Home dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. the Mr. and Mrs.\ James Barron
Christmas corsages and tray and start a book shelf. Titus Olson on Mrs. Olson's lodge will observe its Second spent Thursday to Sunday
Members also carried and with Mr. and Mrs. Mack
decorations for the patients of birthday. Anniversary annual
the Starke Nursing Home. Christmas stockings to four of Christmas Dance. There will Barron and Mr. and Mrs. Polo
the patients in the Nursing Mrs. Mary Beth Peacockand be a live band, and awards Lacayo in Tallahassee.Mrs. .
Home. daughter of Jacksonvillewere will be made to members and
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The sorority took part in the Sunday visitors of Mrs. officers during the evening.The Myrtle Anderson is *cer
Members of Group Two Christmas parade Saturday.At Bertha Pearce. annual New Year's Eve visiting Mr. and Mrs. John
j were entertained at a luncheon the close of the meeting dance will be held from 9 till 1 Anderson in Callahan Wed- It'.
Thursday, Dec. 13, at members exchanged gifts. liullington'sllas p.m. Monday, Dec 31. A nesday and Thursday.We .
a the home of their leader, Mrs. breakfast will follow the day
Justin Brand Belts .
_t L. J. Green at her home on for Men and Wallets dance. have a nice selection o! Ifl.btrtb..
Raiford Road.Christmas Hardy Home $3.99and up of Large Family BiblesAtBullington's / .

decorations were 104 W.Call St. .. }d:
used in the living and dining Scene of Party Starke, Florida 104 W.Call Street
rooms. After lunch, members I'hone Starke, Florida
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reading poems and Mrs. Local admittances to Mr. and Mrs. George W.

Green played several and Mrs. J. E. Hardy Bradford County Hospital this Brown attended a GE pre- Lyle Anderson and
Christmas carols on the piano. gave a party Sunday night at week include: Lavonia season showing in Fort daughter Merry, of San
I Gifts were exchanged after Lauderdale the weekend.
their home on E. Call Street Cannon, Mrs. Margaret over Diego, Calif. are spendingFriday ,
which Mrs. Green presentedeach following the musical at the Howard, Mrs. Ida Bishop, to Jan. 3 with his
) 1 member with a personalgift. First Baptist Church honoring John Bell, George (Fonso) Mrs.E.M. Davis visited her mother) } Mrs. James "Ban-on,
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Rev. and Mrs. W. B. Johnson. Prevatt, Harold Waters, Jr., sisters, Mrs. P. E. Stone and and friends and relatives.
C' Thomas E. Lee and Mrs. Miss Mamie Anderson, in "
Miss
---- June Hardy greeted
Mary Phillips, Starke Roger Archer over the weekend. Misses Debbie Spengler and
The Methodist Women'sSunday guests at the door, and ; JhL.
School class had a standing in the receiving line Tessier and Mrs. Ivy Chase, Donna Philbrick of North
,:;tIi covered dish supper and were Rev. and Mrs. Johnsonand Keystone Heights; Mrs. Mary Bullln !on'sllas I Florida Junior College and
Christmas party Monday Eldon Hardy. Dinkins and Robin Bryan, Justin Brand Belts Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bettes of St.
is Giving, night at the home of Mrs. Olin The refreshment table was Lawtey; Mrs. Nancy Mix) for Men and Wallets Augustine spent the weekend
White covered with a red linen and Middleburg; Dora Hadley, U.99andup with LTC and Mrs. V. J.
Sharing; It it the Time of The nine members were lace cloth and centered with a Lake Butler' ; Mrs. Ruth 104 W.Call St. Spengler and also visited their
seated at the dining room red and green Christmas DeSha, Waldo., and Harry Starke, Florida grandmother, Mrs. Emma
Joy for All.Johnson. table which was covered witha arrangement flanked by Mooty, Starke. Phone 964-7271 Badman, in Bradford County
red linen cloth and centered silver candelabra with red Hospital.
with an arrangement of red tapers. Mrs. Bryant presidedat Pa rfum,the perfect gift Mrs. A. J. Barry and family
Farm and green crabapples, holly the punch bowl. A tall for Christmas and Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Give Someone You Lovea STARKEKOAIPGIWUNn
and gingham bows flanked by Christmas tree in the living Bulling!oa's Kramer have as holiday Living Bible
two silver candelabra with red room was a focal point of the 104 W.Call St. guests Mr. and Mrs. John E. for Christmas
tapers. Four members were decorations. Starke, Florida Patterson of Kane, Pa., Miss Bulling!on's
SupplyStarke seated at a card table which Assisting in serving were Phone 964-7271 Beverly Patterson and Ted 104 W. Call St. Peter and
was covered with a green Mrs. Charles Darby, Mrs. H. Kamareddine of Miami and Starke, Florida Josephine Giusto
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green taper. The buffet table Pierce, Mrs. Carl Hurst and Eugene Rader of Peoria, 111. children of East
was covered with a red and Mrs. John Greene.Approximately. is spending two weeks with his Palestine, Ohio. Misses Louise and Etta 964-8484
green Christmas cloth and 60 guests brother-in-law and twin sister, Fripp of Columbia S. C.
Florida centered with four individualred attended between the hours Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Early.Mr. spending the holidays with are
Mrs. Charles Zipperer at-
tapers encircled with 8:30: and 10 o'clock.
tended a bridesmaid luncheon their sister,Mrs. L. G. Powell.
holly.At and Mrs. Arthur
the close of the evening Nichols Jr. of Palatka were ,Saturday Motor Lodge at the in Ponce St. Augustine de Leon Mr. 4hr911e3'. 7irir.t. ..SiaW} ..ufPutnam : ".., .......
the members exchanged gifts. I Sunday visitors of Mr. and honoring Miss Catherine Anne Conn. spent the past ,
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VC School oMay.... /Landfill...............!.............................'.............................
I Ruckman specifications for the rebuilding -
(From Engineer Don
(""romP... 3)Mr ) PERSONAlS (From Page 1)) Business Manager Bill White Page 1)) awarded a low-best bid to of West Brownlee
who notified the Board that Penetryn Systems Inc. in the Street from the)Department of
someone had better make for most areas, it is the only amount of $18,475 to completean Transprtation.The( project
With propane. some fast telephone calls to practical solution now infiltration inflow analysisand calls for street improvements
and Mrs. W. H. Stein- Mrs. R. G. Kidd, Jr. and School buses will operate stop delivery of food for some available. Usually sanitary study. The analysis is a similar to those done on East
.
meyer and Mr and Mrs. F. V. son, John, of Fort Walton Miss Martha Dennis on theIr routes at 40 mph instead 2,500 school( lunches was landfills represent an requirement to support the Brownlee just a short time
Meriting of Jacksonville were Beach spent the weekend with graduated Dec. 7 from FSU of the requested 55 mph already on order, due to the upgrading of the environment city's application for a $2.3 ago. No action was taken.
Sunday visitors of Mrs W. F. her brother-in-law and sister, with a BS degree in in an effort to save fuel. The change in the school's holiday in many ways. Most replace million grant. The com- DOT officials are to meet with
Herlong. !Mr. and Mrs. George Flynn, elementary education. She consumption of fuel by a calendar. open dumps where rats, air missioners also approved an the Board of County Commissioners -
Sr. has accepted a teaching school bus is listed as approximately -Unanimously approved a pollution from burning, and estimated expenditure of on Jan. 7 with
Mrs. David Griffith and son, position in Thomasville Ga. five to six miles bid from Allied Timber water pollution from runoff $10,000 in engineering fees reference to the project.
returned and will start work there the per gallon of fuel. Corporation as the high bid of were be made in
Reese to their homein Mr. and !Mrs Don Page present. that will have to The Commission authorizeda
Newnan, Ga. Saturdayafter visited his mother,Mrs. Marie l first of the year. -Lighting within the $10,725 for cutting timber on SCS, through the Bradfordand making the application. call for bids on one onehalfton
spending two weeks with Page, in Jacksonville the FFA Forestry plot. Union Soil and Water -Received the plans and pickup truck
schools will be turned off when
her mother, Mrs. R. W. Reese Tuesday. Take your Christmas pictures Crawford said the FFA Conservation Districts, can
and !Mr and Mrs. Steve with your new not in use and levels of members had cruised the plot provide the needed soil information -
Simmons and family. Polaroid SX-70 ('8 mera lighting in hallways and and estimated that 150 cordsof to aid in selecting a
Give Someone\' Lovea From Bullington's( corridors will be reduced lumber would be cut from site for the sanitary landfill
Svofield Reference Bible 101 W.Call Street wherever possible. Water the 25 acre parcel. and when the landfill
from Bullln oo's Starke Florida coolers will be unplugged at operation, is "topped off", can
{1. los W. Call St. Phone 964-7271 the end of each school day. teachers as well as students, provide help in selecting what
Starke Florida -Approved the ap- when they stated they felt the plant or plants will
.. Phone 964-7271 spring break was needed both satisfactorily grow on the
1J. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy pointment of Bill Forester to for teachers and children landfill to prevent erosion and
held their annual birthday- insure that energy conservation attending classes within the beautify the area.
Christmas celebration Sundayat measures are elementary system. The high In a discussion that followed r
their home on N. Walnut carried out within the school school students present said Camp Blanding was again v .
i Street. Birthdays were system. they too wanted the spring mentioned as a suitable area
celebrated Mrs. Hardy and
by The Board disapproved break. for a landfill operation, but
her brother G. E. McGauley. Cason's proposals for: Cason asked the Board to Trawick said that it would ee
J Guests included Mr. and Mrs.G. -Stoppage of the school bus approve a different starting have to be virgin land.In ... 1'
and son, "
E. McGauley
t between vocational center in time for the school day in other action j
.juw. JJII! Greg and Charles Hardy IV of Starke and Lake Butler. accordance with the up '?-A. .at!!
Jacksonville! and Mrs.
.. ; coming shift back, to daylight -Coach Harry M. Hatcher
East Palatka Mr.and
Bell school Board
Amos ; -Daytime 9:1
savings time that t will have III told the commissionersthat
I Mrs Frank Stokes, Mrs. meetings proposed by Cason
; school buses he the
hour was preparing
II I is&t (r i tib1. Connie Bagwell and daughter with the statement that he felt before sunrise running unless the an timeis Bradford High School Varsity (
Sandra Mrs. Carl Motes and the move would conserve on
changed. baseball schedule for the
ClLifiTEACHING Mrs. G. E. McGauley all of heating the entire courthousefor Board member Ray Powell coming year and that four F, .
Palatka andII"! and Mrs. of the Board
; use room. ,
said that he had phone calls night games had been
{:
; THE Charles E. Francis and In other action, the Board:
from several working mothers scheduled, but in view of the
.. 1i'ORDOFGOD! family Starke. Mrs. G. E. -Listened to a report from
.. requesting the time for the energy crisis, he wanted the
has been
of Palatka
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. McGauley
school day remain as is. approval of the com
(ttr visiting the Charles Hardy Powell told the Board, "It is missioners before having the
W OISIIIPPI1'GTilE ; family for the past week. impossible for many of the contracts drawn and the
-: LIVING; LOUD! K PERSONALSArchie working mothers to go to work schedules printed. lie was
.. :\JorningWorbhlp.1I I I Gi\e; Someone You Lovea
a.m. at 8 a.m. or 8:30: a.m. and then authorized to proceed as
Message-"The Real Living Bible take off from work and go take planned.On 1IrE
Christmas Tree" for Christmas; Green of Miami will their children to school at 9 or the recommendation of
Bulling!oil's "
arrive Friday to spend 10 a.m.
TRAININGTIIKSAI.TS; 104 W.Call St. --------------
Christmas with his mother, Cason reiterated his
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comments about
Mrs. L. J. Green. everyone
!) and ordered them set at 55
.. having to sacrifice somethingand
degrees during the weekend.
EVENING I PRAISE!
Capt. and Mrs. Bobby Allenof Powell said, "Well, we School janitors working over
7:30: p.m. Seaman Vincent St. John of Fort Rucker, Ala. arrived can ignore this minority group the holidays will have to work : ARE TII ,,1\1'(L
\ItSS.\E-; : "The Crownsof Port Canaveral spent the past Monday to spend the holidayswith if the Board wants to, but I felt .
the Christian" fast to keep warm as boilers FOR THE 0(:.SlA/AS -">/)
10 days with his parents, Mr. Mrs. Allen's parents, Mr. that you should be made will be turned off during the '
I Corinthians 9:24-27 H'UI'\/T; ) FRII./).' /II/'
: and Mrs. R. V. St. John. aware of these
and Mrs. C. L. Dinkins and people'sproblems. holiday period beginning
other relatives. ." I Til IT I HE SiRE, 1 WITH
Worship God this Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Mike Shep- Crawford said that the Friday.
Cason, who earlier this THE UMVLMTWOODUURYS: \.
with the Friendly pard and Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Miss Marilyn Hern wall of Board wouldn't ignore anyone week stated that both the FOR V.TOUORUI .4
Folks at First Baptist Sheppard of Brunswick. Ga. Washington, D. C. will arrive and Cason countered with the !Middle School and Elemen- _

"We are committed to \\ereweekend guests of their Friday to spend the Christmas fact that the real problem lay tary schools were the biggest -- TIIE I
Care" mother, Mrs. Kate Sheppard.Mr. weekend with her parents, with having to run the boilers problem with regards to -I CHILIS:
Mr. and !Mrs C. E. Hernwall. longer and use more fuel than heating, passed over a I ITIIE.RE
and !Mrs. W. M. Meng of concerned II0R' '\)
failini-fi.! : r 2 normal with the change in question by a :
>
I for Free St. Augustine Beach will Mr.! and Mrs. J. E. Hardy time. parent as he asked from the I
Transportation
spend the holidays with their will have their daughtershome The Board deleted the issueof audience if the move to lower : IS

"The Church \\ith a Heart, parents, !\II". and !Mrs. Paul during the Christmasand change in time of the school thermostats would apply to I'EKE: 0"E.'RTII.
and !Mr and !Mrs. E L.
Meng New Years !Mr.
In the Heart of Starke"Ben holidays: day for further study and it is kindergarten classes where
MHIRI: IHHISTMXS.Uf. Matthews and Mrs. Gene Ivey Jr. of expected that the measure there are no desks and : I .
: .A 11.\I'I'\, P. Bryant Portland, Ore., !Miss Jayne may produce a special children play on a tile floor.
Pastor !Mrs P D. Fancher has Hardy of Atlanta and !Miss meeting after the forthcoming Cason quickly said that the
\MS.Kt: I. \Hl/l.ll)41' returned after a month in June ] of Valdosta State
William Gtorg Hardy January 6 changeover. area had extra heat in the
!sj.:.-\s!oU'\. M In.t.r, Music I Baptist !Memorial Hospital.3OOOOOOOOOOOOQQOOOOOOOQOOOOOOOO4 College.Lt. On other points in the form of a propane fired
I energy conservation t plan heater. In an earlier interview
!. Col. and !Mrs. Don Cason submitted the Board Cason slated that the area was
Koretz and daughter Many, agreed to: the hardest to provide heat for STARLING'SGIIOCER1' GEM: JEWELRY
I III I of Alexandria, Va. arrived -Lowering of all thermostats in the elementary school
COOPER'S I I II DeWitt G.JonesFuneral last Friday to visit her within the schools to because.all they had was a
109 E.
:NUKSEKY&LANDSCAPE I I II mother, Mrs. Arlin McKnight (i8 t degrees during school days wall type heater unit fired Call St.
; I I II through Dec. 26. They Starke
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I I birthday last Saturday

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it lU'fll' VUn Jesse James Stella K.Hhrxleii I
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BRING THE FAMILY., .
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ENJOY ehtiA tiitcL- The author of Genesis Jesse James, Jr., 65, died Mrs.Stella R. Rhoden, 82, of of Lakeland; ten grandchildren
) describes God as creating the Thursday, Dec. 6, in a Starke, died Sunday Dec. 16, and 12 great
world in six days and says He Jacksonville hospital. He was in the North Florida Regional grandchildren.

= llfL---- rested" on the seventh. This born on April 16, 1908) and had Hospital at Gainesville Funeral services were held
"li,1It iii Jt was the beginning presentedin been a resident of Jackson- following a brief illness.A Tuesday at 2 p.m. in the Union

: an easy format to ville for the past 30 years. native of Baker County, Primitive Baptist Church with
( ; : remember. Man was com- Funeral services were held Mrs. Rhoden had been a Elder O. M. Yarborough t ?r
j18rll'l manded by God to continue to at 3 p.m. Tuesday Dec. 11, in resident of) Starke and a conducting. Interment was 1
co-create, to remake, to re- Jacksonville followed by member of the Union held in the Dyal Cemetery yi
( order. This Is the eighth day of interment in Santa Fe Primitive Baptist Church. with DeWitt C. Jones Funeral!
(fl? creation and we are part of it. Cemetery near Hampton with Surving is a daughter, Mrs. Home in charge of services.

This eighth day will end when Rev. Melvin Hamel con- Elise Mae Underhill, Starke,
Starke Christ at the end of time will ducting. three sons, Owen Rhoden of

come back to accept the total He is survived by a sister Jacksonville Clarence One way you can do more ALL

SundaY--Sunday School. perfected creation. Our work Mrs. Eunice Autin, of North Rhoden of Wichita. Kansas, for your child is to do less.
9:45: ; Morning Worship at 11; is sharing in God's creation. A Carolina. and Lonzy Rhoden of Starke; Frank A Clark Register ana

sermon: "The Real Christmas carpenter puts something of one brother Clyde Robinson Tr bun. Svnd catsAND Have a happy, happy I
himself and
Tree" ;f Youth Handbells something of God
Church Council Meeting, 5p.m. into the product on his bench. JohnlHoody holiday everyone!
Church A teacher a parent plants
; Training, 6:15:
Evening Worship ; tin ideas into the minds that God
7:30:
;
sermon, "The Crowrs of the has created Mr. John Moody 89, of
Christian." Starke, a retired carpenter, I
WednesdayPrayerMeeting Work is part of life. It is died Thursday Dec. 13, in the.

6:30: p.m.; Teachers more than a way of making an Starke Nursing Home after an '17\"
and 'Officers Meeting '7:15: income through our work we extended illness.A ,
; are expected to make the native of
Church Choir Practice, 8pm. Clay County,
Thursday-Visitation, 7 world a better place to live in. Mr. Moody had been a

-Ben P. Bryant pastor.p.m. Man helps himself his resident of Starke and was a Y
fellowman and his God in this member of the Pine Level a
way. On this eighth day of Baptist Church.

First Baptist Church creation man must work to Serving is his wife Willie

Hampton, Fla. i create peace happiness Prevatt Moody of Starke; four E CE
health and a better world. sons,Jesse Moody and Charlie n
This is work, if we care. God Moody both of Jacksonville, .

Sunday School. 10 a.m. cares. Raymond Moody and Leonard

Morning Worship at 11. Moody both of Texas; five
Sunday Evening Bible Study -Fr. James Cregan daughters: Mrs. Ira Cowart

6:30.: Sunday Evening Service and Mrs. Clara LeHoy, both of
: I :&i>X&:;:aWS:'-::%.;::>.-!K;::.':SS: :::::::R5i:::::<;:?::x-:: :::' Jacksonville, Mrs. Ann

7:30.Wednesday Evening Service CARD OF THANKSffffffffffffffffi Forsyth Mrs. Helen Wells and
7:30.: Mrs. !Mae McKinney, all of

Good News Club .- Thursday /:::::::::::::::::*::::::::::::::''::;::::::::: :::: :: :::: ::::; Starke; one brother, Alfred
3pm. Moody of Vernon Fla. B>RUCK
Rev. Melvin Hamel pastor. Funeral services were held STOP'
Rev. Mark Brown associate The kindness of neighborsand Saturday Dec. 15, in the
pastor,: friends in our recent DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with
sorrow will always remain Rev. John Strickland con- HARRIS'RESTAURANT
Level Christmas ActivitiesTis with us a precious memory. ducting. Burial will be in :

Our sincere thanks and Kingsley Lake .
Methodist ChoirTo gratitude for all those comforting Cemetery.Show THE ANGELS
the season to have home. The evening was filled
acts. Our appreciation And Joy Be SANG FOR A CHILD Pat Harris
parties and Pine Leval has with food, fellowship and
Present the Christmas spirit games. The teacher of the cannot be adequately ex Yours This Holy WAS BETHLEHEM.BORN AT US301Starke

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everywhere.Last department Charles pressed.Mr.
Christmas CantataThe Friday night Mrs. Joe Browning, led in devotions to who boast me that a married they've couple never Season )f(
Thornton's department two- top off the evening.The and Mrs. W. P. Reames 9G-J-7G94
had an argument and I'll show TASTEE-FREEZ
Jr. and
through first grade adults had a FamilyCalvin
year-old young
Chancel Choir of the you a pair of lovebirds
had 40 in attendance to view covered dish supper in the with birdbrains DRIVEINU.
complete
First United Methodist -
the film "Christmas Is," to Sunday School auditoriumwith IJeWTT JONES:
Church will Cantata Ablgalnl Van Buren Chicago
present a sing carols and in attendance. Word I
play games to 30 The
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have
a surprise visitor from teacher of the department,
W. Peterson, Sunday morning the North Pole drop in. Santa Owen Alvarez Jr., headed up Syndicate Starke Fla.
Dec. 23, at the 11 a.m. Calvin Ward, 86, of Starke I
played by John Lee was soon the get-together. Mrs. Owen
service. died Monday, Dec. 17, in a
overtaken by happy faces Alvarez Jr. and Mrs. Thad
The choir will be directed Gainesville after
by
hospital a
wanting to sit on his lap. Smith decorated to fit the
Mrs. Alicia Steffa church !Mrs.\ Jimmy Thornton'sdepartment Christmas spirit. Servers for lingering illness. He was a 1901 BIKES and TRIKES I'
choir leader with Mrs. L. J. retired naval stores operatorand B Xdi Zi1QwuS
also viewed the the evening were Miss Landa 74e
Green as organ accompanist. film and then played winter Thornton and Barry Grove a member Church.of the Oak wunwow. C...SS by Hedstrom 'avtil; '
Baptist
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Pine/ Lt't-t'l children fight.which had ended a snowball with brought special forth meaning a Biblical as truth.each Haislop Surviving Ward is his of wife Starke, Louise; six '4L" 13" HUGGER TRIKE !} tJJut1 Susie Mop Top "'" I p'.f' s

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Union School Board Reinstates Bus To Bradford Vo-Tech Centersometime


LAKE BUTLER It was earlier in a Board was fuel to operate with and The bus service between with a fast second: by Morris evaluate the bus service and the school year. class in full year credit be for completed the study before is
good news and bad news for meeting enough students going to Starke and Lake Butler was Dobbs. The bus will continue the possibility of providing a The mechanics any to students passing the
students as the Union County Ray Powell was quick to classes the bus should approved by the Board on a until the end of term and at smaller type vehicle to con- Starke is a two year that program one given
course.
School Board met Tuesday agree that as long as there operate. motion( by Thomas Mobley that time the Board will re- tinue the service for the rest of with requirements

night Dec 11.-. with lowered -
thermostats and heated
debate coming primarily from
the standing! room only crowd. ,
tiS charge
r ;;-n, mastet
The debate came Immediately Iw nYteM
after the pledge of WMIr
allegiance led by high school
student Miss Cheryl
Mooneyham and the invocation -
by Reverend llollis
Warren of Harmony Freewill .re rnnr

Baptist Church. Christmas SavingsSAVE
Several parents answeredthe
call from Chairman Ray
Crawford for individuals with /
matters to bring before the

the that Board.stoppage had The been prime of taking a subject school studentsto was bus 9 12 % TO 39% OFF OUR DISCOUNT PRICES !

and from classes at the ,
vocational center located in rr,
Starker
Union High School \mT
County
49J* )iI
Principal James Tylk and

Schools Cason SuperintendentJames III stopped the 4.\Tfl\ A. aII I '$ : t )

bus conserve purportedly fuel as some a measureto three I $ i fj ?

weeks ago. They did so 1
Holds 4 Lb. I
without notifying parents or F. II Fowl or I -
Board members of the change 7 Lb. Roost I -NEWPiEslone
and arranged for two students I
/ $
with their own cars to carry $

classes.the 11 students Cason said to and Tylk from was $ B. I t! $

paying the boys driving their
own cars around $10 per weekto __ Hold.25 Lb 22>.Ibor Roott.Fowl I f.1 C N a t O rn '
help defray their gas ex- I :

pease.Several parents questionedthe i : a_...r M..
move and stated their r
primary reason as being I ANTIFAEEIEANII.!!' .

fearful some of of the the overzealousnessof young drivers : C. : ::.,,::::::::,,:::.::--

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their own insurance would be Fowl' or
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that in some areas student PORCELAIN ENAMELROASTING .

school drivers buses.were driving the wAS PANS WAS .

One parent said his son, 48* .m6- .

enrolled Starke in had a mechanic's been left behind classin !$I .ice'-: !$I !

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4 .. 1H fut long. WAS J
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Eight.... Students Earn Perfect Scores At Bradford Middle School I
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students A small earned group of eight first six weeks, which endedThe or higher, numbered 96, about EIGIITII GRADE Jr., Starke. All of the students Miss Flynn's subjects are gymnastics team and an Lawtey. Miss Roller's sub
the Bradford straight A'sal Oct. 8. eight percent of the student have a basic course of Consumer Education, gifted eighth grade cheerleader. jects gifted I
Middle Schoolof first six-weeks honor body Neva Flynn, daughter of English: Math, and Science. program, English and Math. Carolyn Roller, daughter of program, English and math.
some 1,200 attending for the roll, those earning grades of B Mr. and Mrs. George Flynn, Listed will be their subjects. She is also a member of the Mr.\ and Mrs. George Roller, Linda Richardson, daughterof
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V / ; health.

A SEVENTIIGRADE
r'S Melanie Morris daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Koz-
nowski Starke. Miss Morris\
courses are band, and also the
gymnastic team.
Irene Wainwright, daughterof
Mr. and Mrs. Edward C.
Wainwright, Starke. MissWainwright's
/ classes are
music and gifted program.

SIXTH mAUl
Lee Ann daughter ol
Green
THURSDAY, FRIDAY, AND SATURDAY-OPEN EVERY NIGHT 'TILL 1O P.MSAVJE Mr. and Mrs. Edward Green,
Starke. Miss Green's class is
typing.
Joey Riggs son of Mr. and
Mrs. Donald Riggs, Starke.
6s Riggs' classes are typing and
works in the library.
Betsy Yawn, daughter of
Mrs. Lila Rae Yawn. Starke.
Miss Yawn's classes are
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At this Christmas season, ceiling. A light matt finished have a I'ullload before you use I .
we might include in our ceiling will diffuse the light the washing machine. Some
thoughts, some considerationfor and spread it over the room. machines have provisions for
the future. Let's conserve Use lamp shades that are small loads. Select the correct
energy as we celebrate so that translucent with white liningsto load setting. Select the water
future celebrations will be allow light to be reflectedand setting on the
possible. to pass through the shade. washing machines that you
Dark shades will absorb the need for the soil and fabrics r iL .I _
Lighting Use natural light light. Place lamps and fix you have. Remember the nice 'a'r
whenever possible. Let the tures where they are needed clean smell of a line-dried t argann ,..x: r'
sunshine in. Keep windows not three feet away. Dust light wash? Line-dry to save t r- mn. .AT. "t01YM'u
clean to let natural light in bulbs. Collected dust cuts energy and hang properly to P y ;>7t
side. If a room doesn't seem to down on the light from the reduce wrinkles. When you
/have enough light, eliminate bulb. need the clothes dryer don't
any large mass of dark colors In high use areas, provide over-dry clothes-use correct
and add lighter and brighter general light switches at all setting and clean the dryer r
I colors. Get our your paint entrances more than 10 feet filter after each use. Use Jl .k ilr lb ''rM li i' ,, r X S i ( ",r, k)' L1.7
brush and be creative. Make apart. This will encourage fabrics that do not need to be k aa tb

sure that all ceilings are a individuals to turn off lightsnot ironed. Organize ironing to \'. .,_....
light color and have a "Matt" in use. Use bulbs of lower iron all items at one setting at -
finish. This ceiling treatmentwill wattage except when studyingor one time. Reheating the iron ,-
make best of in work requires considerable energy.
use light performing specific ';' 1'''Rlrt
the area. Dark ceilings trap Preheat the iron only long
tasks. Use fluorescenttubes .
enough to get it to the correct :: h 73
and absorb light. *
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light to be directed at thee light per watt than do the you are to be away from it
incandescent bulbs. Turn off for any length of time. Use the Bradford High( School Band led by head majorette Anita crowds along the Christmas parade route with some old und
fluorescent lights only if they lowest ironing.possible setting when Green and under the direction of Dean Cassels. pleased some new tunes.
will not be needed for a periodof
two hours. It takes con Cleaning The (House Use a
siderable energy to turn on hand carpet sweeper insteadof
Revision Dealt State
these lights and each time a vacuum cleaner for light Sweeping JuvenileLaw

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Turn off incandescent lightsif cloth instead of using a
they will not be used for 30 vacuum cleaner attachmentfor Tallahassee A sweeping treatment alternatives and mobile meals transportation designated by the county and authorizes full-time
minutes to one hour. It tables, woodwork, etc. Do revision of Florida law prohibition on the use of jails services, legal and counseling commission. The bill allows management of these
requires more energy to not leave the vacuum cleaneron dealing with juvenile offenders for mentally ill persons. services, information and county commissions to stop facilities by responsible
operate incandescent bulbs when it is not being used. contained in Senate Committee Substitute for CS referral services em- personally running hospitalsLet persons
than fluorescent for a specific Use self-polishing floor waxes Bill 292, was one of 23 bills or liB 124, known as the ployment referral, recreation,
amount of light. when possible to avoid using approved by the Senate Emergency Medical ServicesAct companionship and a wide
any electric waxers or buf Health and Rehabilitative provides for a statewide variety of health services to
Laundry Wait until you fers.enas Services Committee and plan to implement emergency the elderly living at home. A
which cleared the Senate and medical services, assistanceto $10 million appropriation{> was
House during the 1973 the counties in establishing provided for implementationof
Legislature.The' minimum standards and the bill and to carry out the
committee received 112 facilities, including am- purposes of the Older
bills for consideration and bulance and helicopter ser Americans Act passed by the rtiriatmas
a approved 58 during the vices. U. S. Congress. A Division of r
session. The other 35 bills Incorporated into the Aging, upgraded from a u ,yf'ti I I Ii
which failed to clear the Comprehensive Health bureau status in the Divisionof
Legislature remained in other Education, SB 622,was SB Family Services, was
I committees or were on House 12(>6, which authorizes school created in the Department of i theer I II
or Senate calendars.SB districts to develop comprehensive Health and Rehabilitative
292 provides a programs of Services to carry out the i
streamlined procedure for health education in the public functions of this act.
handling youngsters in schools beginning at early I liB 1498 creates the Interstate '%
juvenile courts. It emphasizesintake grade levels. These courses Compact on s I '-
\ "1'A. and probation coun- cover drug, alcohol and Corrections in Florida. It will r {--.- 0"
seling and other alternativesto tobacco abuse, emergencycare authorize the Division of I Ii \ :
institutionalization of nutrition and food Corrections to contract with J. !
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\ ChkttThab juvenile offenders. It prohibitsthe management, personal health other states and the Federal i -I,;:" ..". :;
placing of youngsters in and hygiene, venereal and government for the con : .:
A jail with adults after Jan. I. other communicable diseases finement and treatment of
1974 and provides innovative and other related areas im criminal offenders. This act
approaches to handling portant to growth and will allow the transfer of
juveniles which continues the development of children. certain prisoners to other
May the beauty of the state's emphasis on half-way MB 1358 provides increased states from whence they #. "
houses and community support to local drug treatment came. S rI
reflect
season and I
joy
facilities.SB facilities by establishing CS for HB 1752, known as the
happiness. t 264 accelerates the additional financial Comprehensive Drug Abuse
establishment of a statewide assistance to residential and Prevention and Control Act,
juvenile detention service non-residential drug treat implements sweeping new Let us rejOice and sing a song
originally passed by the 1972 ment centers and programs. A changes in Florida laws I 4t of gladness. It is the season of
Legislature. It authorizes the $900,000 appropriation also dealing with the use of con- t love and peace.
state to assume operation of was granted for this. trolled drugs and conforms
1 all county juvenile detention CS for HB 689 extends the Florida laws with Federal
LOUDOVS. facilities and establishes protection of the Child Abuse laws and many of other states.
regional juvenile detention Law to cover developmentally It also increases penalties for'
Beauty Shop centers to be operated by the disabled persons such as certain types ol drug abuse
state with $7.4 million mentally retarded. Abuse and including the sale of
allocated in the maltreatment of these narcotics and'
Appropriations { per dangerous
Mr. & Mrs. Arthur
Act for this sons must now be reported, eliminates inconsistencies | the warmthand
Loudon We Prescribe Only The Best! purpose.SB and services of the Division of among penalties.SB magic of CHOWCEl'"fHAI.: : .
1321 updates and sub- Family Services may now be 611 creates an alternative LUMBER: C.
I 964-5780 stantially streamlines the used to assist these people. for counties to use, Christmas embrace
I Baker Act, also known as the HB 105, known as the enabling them to better
I Community Mental Health Community Services for the manage and administer their I I each and everyone Earl JonesP.
I KOCH DRUG STORE Act of 1971, by providing Elderly Act will make and other health' of us.From .
better procedures for available a wide variety of facilities, by authorizing'
I voluntary and involuntary community services to the creation of a public health (O. Box 86
admissions to mental health elderly, including home healthcare trust for management of Starke
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CITY NEWS serious eye injury, last week. will be at 7:30 p.m. Friday
.dLi / Though his eye isn't com- evening at the old School
o' pletely well he was permittedto 1 house.7g5).
Peril At The Bank The Hampton City Council come home and will have to
met Dec. 11. They discussedthe
return to the hospital for
Henrietta was waiting to cash drainage situation and further in two -
check at the neighborhood bunk agreed to clean out the ditch. months surgery
when a man in the next line began The decision for new street Donnie Hugh Crawford
firing a pistol. One of the bullets light was held over for the suffered a fall and had to -)
snuck her in the leg. Later, after next meeting. It was agreed to return to the V. A Hospital. ERI
getting more facts, she decided she allow $200 to be used for the
t was entitled to collect damages annual Christmas party to be BIRTHDAYSBelated
I .icY from the bank. held for children in the
,I. "It was a holdup," Henrietta Hampton Area. The Party will greetings to Craig
I. : explained in a court hearing, "and be Saturday, Dec. 22, at 7 p.m.
Scott, who celebrated his 12th
.,, .
at the Hall Santa
City Claus
the ordered
J man the teller not to
I birthday with a trip to
: ."
: > will be there to talk to the
move. Instead of obeying, the
\ '. Diensyland with his mother 'I "
'w children and there will be
teller dived down behind the and some friends. v
counter. That is when the holdup Christmas songs, sung by the Glenda Stinnett, whose
Cattlemen Elect New Officers man started to shoot. If the teller children and also Mrs. Jones' birthday was Dec. 17.
Good News Club.CIIUItCII.
had not panicked I would not Cindy Rhoden, daughter of
1171! Bradford-Union Cattlemen Association officers are: terson, Bradford direclop; j,('roy Norman, Jr., Bradford have been injured. And a bank is Mr and Mrs. Walter Khoden,
First row <1-1'1): Fred Mueller, Bradford director; Vernon director, and Ray Crawfr, Union director. legally liable for the negligent acts celebrated her 11th birthday
Reddish. vlce-prPhldpnt; Allison Shadd, president, Lake New officers were elected at the association's annual of its employees. Saturday, Dec. 15, with a
I BIIUI'r director: Ray, Norman, se'l"ptary.trp8lturPr; Itpl Smith, slate meeting! at the Bradford (s cultural( building and( will take But the court I turned down her NEWS barbecue cookout at her
office in January.Community claim, refusing to condemn the home.
Second row: Jimmy Bowen Union director; Bob Pal- teller for his instinctive reaction. Church The Hampton held their Christmas Christian Jenny David, 8 years old the

,. ," 15th of Dec., daughter of Mr.
Dinner at the
City Hall last and Mrs. George Davis, entertained
!DEPOSm Saturday evening. There was friends with games I

News ..... an which abundance of good food, and enjoyed birthday cake ,NN IfSHs '/''/',.> Tit''ITjm
everyone enjoyed, and .
I I. )) and Cokes. ivj I'. at rut r/uA:
7 Christmas songs were sung by Wilford Fontaine will N..i I,,\t. lit (/IHSWISHIn ,
all, and also a special by the n IMII Htm lit IHT .
celebrate his birthday on Dec.
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By Elizabeth Civeiu WcfterSCHOOLNEUS class of Mrs. Shirley Norman. 29. ivi ""
Gifts were exchanged, with
: p.m. All members are asked Christmas practice will_ be Servicemen everyone receiving ANNIVERSARIES
to cooperate with this activity. something. A good time of
held
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Monday, Tuesday pfd
Christmas Holidays will Evening service will be held PFC Cleveland Morris, of fellowship was had by all.
Wednesday and Mrs. Ronald
Prayer Mr.
Meeting,
313 Market St., Starke, was BCWE1VSWASHETKKIAS
at 6
begin Wednesday, Dec. 19, for p m. Wednesday night. The PraYer awarded the Army National ; Stinnett, Dec. 26.
all schools in Bradford Ebenezer Band will meet at the hoi>,0 Of Guard Recruiter Badge at a ". ". < FRIENDS AM) NEIGHBORS
County. The holiday vacationwill Baptist Church, Mrs. Inez Daniels. The Ladies' SENIOR CITIZENSThe :
Rev. special ceremony at Camp "His life was in jeopardy," said
Davis
end Jan 2 Leroy pastor. Circle Little Mark Edward
will
meet at the hoi\,e of
Christmas Blanding on Sunday, Dec. 16. the "He be held to Jimmy and Sandra
practice will be Mrs. Rebecca Allen.Sunday is court. cannot Rhoden, age three, son of Mr. Christmas Dinner will
member of Co. C 1st
AMVERSRYMr held Monday through Trustee Day. Sunday School, l He Bn.is a 124th Infantry, at perfect judgment" under the circumstances and Mrs. Walter Rhoden, was be at 5 p.m. on Dec. 20 in the Ilowen & Family
Saturday. Sunday School will at 9:30: Morning service al t 11. Homestead. The of admitted to Shands Hospitalin Garden Restaurant We will]) t
terminate services for the course Although a bank does owe cx- !
and Mrs. Gainesville for
Chnstophe C. The Christmas program will emergency all meet there.Regular .
included 15 hours
Chambers, 301 South Starke, day. Ministers and Deacon be presented at 4 p.m. l'he instruction methods and naorJmary care for the safety of treatment and surgery for a meeting of the
will celebrate their 33rd Union will begin Friday at 9 public is invited in recruiting your money, it owes only ordinary Hampton Senior Citizens Club!
wedding anniversay on Dec a.m., Dec 28 through Sunday community relations. care for the safely of your person.
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celebrate many, many more. will be ground
breaking service Sunday, Jan.
CHL'HCHNEHS{ 6, at 3 p.m. ,
s Christmas s Ser\ice

New Bethel Baptist Church,
Rev Leroy Davis pastor Christmas services will be
Services will, begin with held at Ebenezer Baptist
Sunday School at 9:30.: Morning Church on Christmas Day at
service, 11 am 11 a.m. and 6 p. m. The publicis
Fellowship Hour will be heldat invited to attend. ",
Nebo Baptist Church at 3
Pleasant Grove United
Methodist Church, Rev. Willie
Stitt pastor. Each Tuesday
night Bible class at 7:30: Each: j f i 'l i +
Wednesday night Prayer + 4
Meeting. Sunday School at 10
a.m. will, terminate servicesfor
the day.Greater .

Allen Chapel AME HARDEE'S IS NOW OPEN Hardee's '

4&4 Church, Rev. B C. Williams
p : rd pastor. Christmas practicewill :. U. S. 301 South wiVteliacE s
be held each evening at 5
p.m. All Sunday School
members are asked to please
I cooperate with this activity.
Sunday services will begin
I with Sunday School at 10 a.m.
Mornmgserviceat 11. Trustee
Day will be observed. At 3
p.m. the Christmas program 0 0
will be held. All members and
friends are invited to attend.

Fellowship f Hour will be heldat
3 p m at Mt. Nebo Baptist
moves Church. The public is invited.
BEST: Bill -Cotton Christmas program willterminate
the head of the class in ascnoolRirl services for the
fashion that's setoff
(day
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bib front Super
Greater Bethlehem
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Shutterbug; design Freewill Baptist Church Kev.
Jasper Williams pastor.rumpnpuiiipiiii.

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I Don Go 10 AlaslwHllll bEmploymen Indians Travel To Green Cove


Don't go to Alaska lookingfor number is climbing and little money, Alaska is an
work on the pipeline unless In Fairbanks, where manyof extremely difficult place to Friday For Christmas Tourney
you have been promised a job, the construction and sup- live. The temperature inland
U S.Secretary of Labor PeterJ. port services for the pipelineare and northward along the
Brennan has warned job. expected to be based, pipeline construction route M ,, V'M 2 j} Keystone High School's losers will meet in a con- Wingate scored a personal
seekers. more than 2,000 persons, normally drops to 60 degrees varsity basketball team solation game at 3 o,rn. career-high 28 points against
There are virtually no jobs about 11 percent of the labor below zero in the winter travels to Green Cove Springs The Indians will be Interlachen last week while
available; the unemploymentrate force, are expected to receive months. Friday afternoon to competein the two foul shots by White put the
sharp-
there is double the unemployment compensationin The cost of food clothing, the first round of the Clay depending on Indians in the lead with only 13
national figure, and it is the season. housing, transportation and High Christmas Tournament shooting of Don Wingate, the wonds left in the game.
already 30 degrees below zero Brennan cautioned that for other necessities along the The Indians will be rebounding strength of 6-3 low Clay High also scored a big
at some points along the people with no promised jobSMOCK pipeline route is at least the tournament's host,facing Clay post Bobby Grayson, and the win over the weekend by
pipeline route, the Secretary double that of the rest of the High, in the second of clutch performances of downing a favored Orange
said. nation. Supplying fuel to the four team game Game guards Larry Turknett, Park club 68-52 The Blue
Hopeful workers have been Alaska's vast area has been VY time is 4:30: tourney Darrel White, Bruce Devils made over 50 per cent
going to Alaska in growing made even more difficult by Re Squaring p.m.at 3 will be Bleasdale and pivetman Hank of their field goal attempts in
tT p.m.
numbers over the past few the energy crisis. Lake Butler and West Nassau. Morgan. that contest which raised theirseason
months since it became ap When jobs become available The two winners will meet on ... record to 4-1.
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parent that a pipeline would next year, construction Saturday at 4-30: for the
be constructed. Although contractors will be doing all
lflx championship while the two
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President Nixon signed the the hiring, but no contractorshave )
bill two weeks ago, con been selected yet. Not SPRINTINGFor
struction is not expected to over 6,000 workers will be
begin until mid-1974 at the needed the first year, and the
earliest state's labor supply is more .
.
2e
Brennan said the influx of than adequate to meet an- Marc Jackson president of Chamber of Commerce, centerin ;- .. uz
people without jobs has ticipated needs according to sport coat presented the first place check to the Pine ,4k: ,
caused unemployment insurance the Alaska Department of Level Baptist Church float in Saturday's Christmas Parade. + .
claims to climb 30 Labor. Cull 964-6305
percent over the last 60 days bt The Alaska Labor Depart. Indian Now Be Not Afraid S'
and welfare rolls to expand ::1 ment Employment Security Cngers Playing To Sing The .
rapidly. Division is coordinating the Joys of -
Alaska has about 14,000 mobilization of workers for In St. Johns ConferenceRon Christmas.UNITED. = 1
unemployed -. 10 percent of pipeline construction and
the labor force and the support services.As Brummitt Keystone year but was unable to vie for Illl
jobs become availablethat High's athletic director and the football championship due 1
Alaskans cannot fill, the head basketball coach, to not playing enough St
I United States Employment recently announced that the Johns Conference teams For That
Kid-print Service of the U S. Depart- Indians' basketball team is Because contracts for athletic
") : STYLE-
YGREETlnG ed cotton is cut into a com ment of Labor will assist in now actively competing in the contests are often signed
$E7\OU\ $ fortable school-girl smock recruiting workers from the Class AA portion of the St.. months in advance, the Indian Special
with polka-dotted tie for other 49 stales. Queries may Johns Conference.
addressed to local offices of grid team faced only three St. ire
added dash. It's by Tiny be Keystone High School was 1r
Johns Conference teams
Town any state employment service admitted to the conference at :
Bunnell, Taylor-Pierson and
OccasionYou
the beginning of the schoolPrices Interlachen

Other members of the
conference are Crescent City, want it to be a perfect
Baldwin and
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... Response Good

(From Page 1)) I Talking On Federal

Thornton on a charge of .
having no valid inspection About ''W If;
certificate Impact FormsSchool r I t.f'U
The case of Donald Ted ( yl i
Kent was transferred to the I ThingsBy Supt. Jim Temple is f&g '
absentee docket. Kent was to pleased with the response of
'taarORS UIRl t0g- ,, '
stand trial on charges of parents to the request for
unlawful speed and driving George Huggtns information used in earning
while intoxicated. Kent has Federal Impact Funds BWllR/
been jailed in the State of For agricultural in tal Temple estimates that JI
purposes
Alabama our area, the two recent rainy \ $25,000 will be paid to Brad ;
William Hurst, lIt
Harvey week-ends was perfect. } J ) J -
his 1'
to
changed plea
Hampton It came down slowly over a ford schools for use In the lq
guilty on a petit larceny general operating
period of several hours and budget.
charge and was sentenced to drop went down into the This money can be used as the
every r dw\ ,..,,
three days in the county jail Pw4I' local
ground. All this helped our system sees fit, for 7<0'
with time already credit being served.given for winter grazing crops, per- current operating expenses, ,;t;:: :ii"r.''f.. J'

manent pastures, cabbage, teachers salaries, ;,
The court appointed Temple era
collards and strawberries utilities, and BO forth, .
Public Defender
Assistant
I was the said,
so happy to see
Kathy Wright to represent first weekend rain Deputy Supt. W. L. Students<< from the
Paul York, Jr. on a worthless on my : Bradford Middle School exhibited some
garden that I did not complain t Kilpatrick reported that 95 of their art work in a sidewalk showing on Saturday morning.
check His was
charge case
about loosing my loaded ( percent of the form issued to(
continued after being tran- tomato bushes the following jf' & w NYIG+'r' all parents on Dec 3 had been Postal Rates Due IncreasePostmaster
sferred to the non-jury trial
;, returned.
Tuesday morning. I expect I --' ,I4
calendar. lost about two bushels of fine Last year 220 qualifiers T.C.Hazen said first class mail 10 cents an

waived Charles a trial Lester by McCullough jury on a queen tomatoes. -,1ft + ,, _..wuu9Sll.0IIIId....Ii'\' Ji_! brought money Into the county yesterday that supplies of the ounce, postal cards 8 cents,
domestic
and that and
and reckless Kilpatrick says new 10 cent postage stamps air mail 13
wilful wanton
The Ladies Auxiliary of the Fire for this float approximately the same cents.
and testified in Hampton Dept. won fourth place showing have been received at the
driving charge defense. He was Santa's Work Shop. number are expected this Starke post office, but are not Increases will also be effective -
his own the This past Sunday was a Pictured here the daughter of Ima Jean llarrel discusses toys on her list! with the number I year.Federal. yet authorized for sale. on Jan. 5 on parcel
not
adjudged guilty by
maker. Impact Funds are post, as well second class
perfect day to save gasoline. I toy The new postal rates will go( as
court.
dismissedon sat in my chair in the corner given to schools who have into( effect on Jan, 5, making and third class mailings!
Three cases were
the recommendation of most of the afternoon and Possible to Keep Warm parents federal government employed( by and the on ..
watched wife few
County Prosecutor Gene my wrap a
and address few federal property.(
packages a
Shaw The cases were against
Randall Jay Silverberg for no out-of-town Christmas cards. While Using Less Fuel These funds are grantedfor I
the support and main-
valid driver's license Our daughter, Sandra kept
; the stove all afternoon. windows month fuel bill. tenance of schools in lieu of
Deborah Blair Collins for going per on your
violation of right of way and She was making cookies for a Shortages of some fuels Storm (or insulating You may want to reduce the the property( taxes which Ieei
Tommie DeSue for reckless Sunday School party, for the used for home heating are glass should be installed setting on your hot water these properties would have .. ..
,
display of a firearm.Lau'tey group she works with at threatened this winter, but it to( reduce heat losses heater and insulate your hot paid had" they been privately .
Alachua General Hospital anda is possible to cut down on fuel through the windows. An water pipes, especially if they owned, the provisions state.
Trims. few left for us at home. consumption, keep your house investment in storm windows pass through cold areas. Any The county receives$160 per
.. Cookies,right from the oven warm, and save money. will pay for itself in the long leaking hot water faucets qualifying student, Temple .
are really good, even when I Seven simple, relatively run in savings on fuel bills. should be repaired of course. said.
(From I'age 1)) am reminded several times inexpensive and effective Window draperies should be
taming the about the calorie count. I triedto measures can be put to use to closed at night to reduce heat
necessary loss and the chill from win .
would be substitute more coffee for conserve fuel and reduce r.r t
signatures grantedas
long as the town was cookies, but seemed like I utility billsInsulation. dows. They will help hold the '
showing an active interest in filled up quicker on coffee as I is one key to heat in and keep the cold out. S _
trying to revise the plans and tried to( let a cup of coffee take conserving fuel. Be sure that You should be sure your III
getting the additional consumers the place of a good cookies. there is at least six inches of heating unit is in good working t: r
When I put on my coat to go good thermal insulation above order to avoid using more( fuel %
"We don't want the projectto to our Church Christmas the ceiling of your house. To than necessary. 'S
fold up," the FHA program, I realized that I had install insulation, or to add If you lower your ther-
said "for eaten more than I needed, insulation in an unfloored mostat setting about four
representative we
feel that Lawtey needs this then after the program, an attic, place batted insulating degrees when you go to( bed!, 1 Y
water system and must haveit assortment of cookies and material on the ceiling, or you will conserve fuel and E trill i
for future growth of the punch was served for refreshments spread loose insulation save you about three percentChristmas Cheer k
community." I started really cutting material over it. If the attic is l& x
down on my intake of food floored, raise a few boards I! t
rt
Volunteers. Monday so that I will be in and blow in loose insulation. I
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Insulation of exterior walls
shape to enjoy Christmas l
week of the house is also desirable, I 1
(From Page n) but it is best accomplished :

during construction. If ,
you're
I about the
always bragged
Rue said that he felt the real thinking of adding sidewall ,
Bradford ,
friendly
people in _
problem is the fact two of the insulation consult an expert. J
County and it
Wilson's also are volunteerswith was always You should install weather
the service. proven just a little bit more at all and a 'I
rescue stripping joints a
.. during this season
\t the moment," Rue said, openings windows and
ir: entire organization feels doors, then caulk the frames. JJI
I I'k' !' handing the keys to the So, right now my thoughtsand You may have to apply I We Wish the Very Best
,imbalance to the county wishes for everybody is caulking material several to Our Friends and
( commissioners and letting that you will enjoy a Happy times to get a good seal. Effective CHRIST IS BORN. Neighbors. HAVE A HAPPY, HAPPY CHRISTMAS.
\'hem run it We are supposeda Holiday season. Don't forgetto caulking and weather THE ANGELS SING
corporation and have a pause a little sometime and stripping can prevent up to 30 GOOD NEWS TO
ract with the tote remember the birthday of heat losses from
county special percent ALL THE WORLD. Griffis & Sons Fibre Glass
the ambulance ser- we are celebrating! your house. ELOISE'S
"but they dictate to us at CERAMICS Boat Works
turn. It is costing us DURRANCE
i \ and volunteers" I
PUMP& SUPPLY
said that the service iso Eloise Goodman Woodrow Woodrowjr..
>. .. HI a handful of men who COMPANY ,
I .I\ ling! to make calls on a m 964-5602 )
I "j.ula! basis and the backbiting VHi
864 N.Temple Ave. Leonard Victor Griffis
that is going on is not fIx
helping the rrfatter M e r ry X 515 Alton Road
Rue will take the matter to 964-7061
the grievance committee of )( 3 MI. N. 301 STARKE 964-5531

I the Emergency Medical Care
'omm Illee chaired
>minisMoner Gerald Griffis by . . . . . . . . . . . . .

!I' week. The grievance r"" *.
:nmittee members include May the gift of' \
'''I i Bruce Goldstein, chief of : "f1(w''' 'j Suggestions For ::1'

i ill, for Union General happiness be found .P' 61.. f>.
Hospital\ and rescue squad with *.
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Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven
I Tornado Gridders Feted PraisedAt

December 20,1973 TELEGRAPH Page 13 ,
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AnnualBHS Football Banquet


Undefeated Tigers
"I think cf you as winners nominated by coaches.Things Most Improved award wentto A new Specialty Team and had only-one kick off
..." Coach David Hurse must have improved once linebacker Dwight Barber, Award went to junior Johnny returned for touchdown by an
told his 1973 Tornado footballers Sexton got involved in the a junior and the team's Nichols, who always made the opponent.Steele termed that a
assembled togetherfor voting, however, since threeof defensive signal caller. The tackle on the kick off, according great tribute to the Tornado
the final time after a Bradford's four all- most improved award is given to Coach Keith Steele, specialty teams.
Win 4th Straight mediocre 5-4-1 season in which conference players are only when coaches think a who presented the award to Most valuable Back award
injuries, to as many as seven linemen. player deserves it; none was Nichols. Specialty teams play went to Quarterback Charlie
starters at one time, wreckeda Register, son of former given the previous two years. an important roll on a football Green who started the season
team with good potential.The Bradford High Coach Lennard Barber began the season as a team, Coach Steele noted, and with no varsity experienceafter
occasion was the annual Register, was the most experienced substitute, worked his way their mistakes are often sitting out 197i with a
Over 1973 Bradford football 1973 lineman, into a starting linebacker'sjob glaring such as a punt run broken leg. Coach Hurse said
Baker Count ba nquet at the Stare Golf and starting two years at center then became the team's back for a touchdown a kick the award went to the back
Country Club last Thursday and defensive tackle. He is defensive signal caller, and off returned for a touchdown.But who worked hardest duringthe
-./ night, Dec. 13 It was again one of the team's top tacklers finally, at the end of the he pointed out that the preseason.
Taking an early first Curtis Jefferson and one each time for accolades to be with a total of 27 tackles and 12 season, was a starting'of. Bradford High team did not
quarter lead almost losing it by Paige and Carter. This points.strong,But allowing this didn't only two handed out. Tornado coaches, assists. fensive guard have a punt blocked in 1973 (See Page 14)
mean
in the third quarter, then made the score 37-31, LB. the offense wasn't ticking obviously proud of the effort of
exploding in the fourth Perry then Perry went up and either as the Tigers scored 16 the 1973 team, did not spare
quarter Union High Cagers shot for two points for the straight points, with the exception the praise.
rolled 75-53 over the Mac- Tigers. Wildcat Robert Hope of the one Baker Each football player, junior
clenny Wildcats Tuesday then hit on two straight basket. varsity and varsity,
night In Lake Butler. baskets before the half endedto In the fourth quarter Lake cheerleader, and team t
The win gave the Tigers a put the Wildcats within four Butler substituted a lot and managers received individual werRi
perfect 4-0 record so far this points of the Tigers, 3935. was still able to outscore the comment from Head Tornado i
season while the Wildcats In the third quarter it was Wildcats. At the end of the David Hurse and his staff.
went on the losing side of a 2-3 nip and tuck all the way, but game UC had a 22 point 75-53 "1 think a great belief that
record. Union managed to regain victory. football is an important partof
Jack McGill led the Tigers some of the original lead. At Union Jones 6-0-12() Perry our lives is responsible for
totaling 20 points while the end of the third quarter it 8-2-18, McGill 6-8-20, Maxwell us being here tonight," said
teammate Abraham Perrywas was 58-51 UC. Most of Union's 5-3-13,Stuart 4-1-9, Young 0-1-1 Coach Don Breaux, coach of
right behind with 18 scoring came from the sharp and Griffin 1-0-2 Totals 30-15- the wide receivers for the
points. McGill was also the top shooting of McGill who scored 75, University of Florida'sFighting
rebounder with 10 while eight of Lake Butler's 19 Baker Kennedy 4-2-10 Gators, and featured
Roman Stuart pulled down points in the third period.In Jefferson 6-2-14, Carter 6-0-12,, speaker for the evening..
nine rebounds for the Tigers. the fourth quarter the Hope 4-1-9, Rhoden 1-0-2 and Coach Breaux
"It was our best overall Tiger defense proved very Paige 306. Totals 24-5-53. .congratulated Coach David
game yet," says Head Tiger Hurse of the Bradford High
Coach Jimmy Thomas. football program over the past
"Roman Stuart did a real 10 years, saying the UF keeps
good job and Perry played a tabs on Tornado play and any
better game than he has in the prospects that might be good
past." enough for the UF. One l
Union drew first blood as example this year is big All-
Stuart broke loose and went Conference Tornado end xis
down the court for a jump Terry Hayes who has signed aUF
shot. Wildcat Mike Carter grid grant. Last season '
then did the same and tied the Tornado linebacker Vernon
game 2-2 with 7:09: left in the Barber signed with the UF L.
first period I and is a valued prospect of the
Stirly Jones shot from 10 Gators for the 1974 season.
feet out for a Tiger basket t Leadership, team work, and
then Jamie Rhoden hit a 15 !) moral courage were values Team awards for the 1973 season went to the following center and tackle Steve Register, most valuable lineman;
foot shot and the game stayed enumerated in Coach gridders at hursday's football banquet (I-riCharlie: Green, halfback Tim Crews, sportsmanship( award and .loliiun/ '
tied 4-4 with 6:07 remaining in Breaux's, address to the BHS most valuable back; LB-G Dwight liarber, most improved; Nichols, specialty team award.
the first period, gridders, parents, and guests
Then Union got fired up assembled some 400 strong

scoring McGill the scoring and five Perry in straight that did span baskets.most both of answer"He's to(Christ my ) problems been the," BHS Capers Meet Palatka In Tourney I I

said and drewa .
Coach Breaux .
shooting from 10-20 feet out.
With 3:03: left in the first the long assembled and loud gridders ovation from and "Everybody is going into This would be the cham- "The championship for rebound department with an
period UC had gotten a 15-4 audience. ,,_ the tournament with a good pionship game and will startat grabs.Any team is capable of average of 12 per game. Whiteis
lead. record and it should bea good 8.15: Saturday night. winning and it depends upon next with an average of 10. .
The Wildcats interruptedLake "You learn to mesh your life tournament," says Bead Loser of the BHS-PS game consistency and good play," Elva Hampton is leading with
Butler's scoring with a with others," Coach Breaux Bradford Varsity Basketball will play the loser of the commented Coach Sexton."I an average of five assists per
lay up by Robert Hope. Then put it.Moral. Coach Mike\ Sexton of the Bolles-Fernandma game feel like that if we pass game.
Stuart broke loose for a Tiger ,, "v" ".' '. .. courage was definedas Florida Star Conference Friday night at 5:-30 The loserof the first game against Palatka BITS has been hitting 48
lay up. Baker then took the ;;1' a "..state of mind that Tournament to be hold at that game will play the South, it will give us the percent of its floor shots and is
ball to the Baker end of the enables you to meet life Bolles High School Thursday- loser of Thursday night's Live momentum we need to carry averaging 61.5 points per
court and McGill was fouled straight ahead and with Saturday. Oak and St. Augustine game us through the tournament, game. They have been lettingthe
and got a point from the ,-'- courage," Football requires a Bradford faces its first Saturday night at 7 p.m. says Sexton. "We'd really like opponents get an averageof
charity line, making the score test of courage, Coach Breaux game at 7:15: Thursday night If BIIS wins the first night to win this one," 53 points per game.
18-6 with 2:43: left in the first Baker County Cager Jamie Rhoden gets the ball down to said, meaning that a player against Palatka South. If BHS and loses the second night that Three Bradford players are
period.At his end of the court but the effort was useless because the must get up after being wins that game they will play will push them into the third averaging 1 10) points or more "I 1 am real satisfied with tht-
shot was blocked.Union knocked down with even the winnter of the Bolles- place game Saturday night. per game. Curtis White is overall team effort, especially
the end of the first period greater determination. Fernandma Beach game at Records of the teams to play leading with an average of 14 in the last two wins," says
Union was winning 24-14" "These are the questions we 8:45: Friday night. If BUS in the touunament are: points in four games Junior Sexton.
The Tigers Clumsily han JV Bows To BakerUnion in football will continue to should win that game it will Orange Park-1, Live Oak 2-1, bonnie Sewell is averaging 12 "But we are not living on
dled the ball under their have to answer. These are the play Orange Park, Live Oak, St. Augustine 1-3, BHS 3-1. points and Alvaughn Golden is past wins and we are playing
basket but McGill finally High's junior varsity seven field goals and two foul things that have made this or St. Augustine, depending on Palatka South 3,1. Bolles 2-2 averaging 10. each opponent one at a time."
tipped it in and 30 seconds cagers evened their record at shots. Johnny King made 13 nation as great as it is," Coach how the tournament turns out. and Fernandma Beach ,,-0, Sewell is leading in the concluded Sexton.
later Joe Maxwell was fouled 2-2 before taking off for the points and Alfred Boykins Breaux stated.
and added another point Christmas Holidays after made 12 points for the Tigers( The UF coach concluded his I ,. ,
making the score 27-14 Aftera losing to visiting Baker Wildcat Gerald Ford was address with the statementthat
Baker foul shot Tiger Stirley County 6962 in Lake Butler the game's leading scorer :
Jones hit two baskets, both Tuesday night. with 21 points while Bill MFRRy '.
from 20 feet out pushing the Wilcox made 19 points for the AWARDS"I "\ 1'1.: ..
Tiger lead to 31-15 with 6:24 The Baby Tigers took a 16-10 Wildcats. ...... '- .. I
left in the first half. first quarter lead but Baker tell you, linemen have a f" '"
See-saw scoring giving both rallied back in the second and Score by Quarter: rough time in life," stated J'1 11 ":
teams two baskets, kept the third period to take a 55-45 UC 16 13 16 17-62 Coach Mike Sexton in '
Tigers In front by 16 points 35- lead at the end of the third BC 10 21 24 12.69 awarding the Most Valuable 3 2 Ir ifl 3+
19, Then Wildcat John Ken- quarter. Union Boykins 5-2-12, Lineman award to center and r t :VIau
nedy hit a 20-foot shot, was Brooks 2-1-5 White 7-216, tackle Steve Register, an all- :
fouled and hit on both ends of a UC outscored the King 6-1-13, Holmes 2-0-4, conference selection and R
Wildcats
one-and-one situation to close Stoutemire 4-0-8 and Lovelace college prospect.
17-12 the
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the gap to 35-23 close the gap to seven 1.2.4. Total 27862. Sexton pointed out that +
Then the Wildcats got on a 69-62 before the ended.points Baker Wilcox 6-7-19, when he took part in Florida
hot streak and hit four Jerry White led game the Kennedy 408 Spatcher 6-1- Star all-conference selection
straight/ baskets, two by in scoring{ with 16 points Tigers fromRAYSTONE 13, Ford 10-1-21, Davis 3-06, voting, only three linemen
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Keystone High/ extended its w
tie the
winning streak to three games score again, 44. Wingate scored Keystone's running out on Baldwin
Tuesday night at the expenseof Following his basket, the first eight points of the third another basket closed the gap Keystone Height's Darrell
losers would
r s aA Baldwin High, 49-40, at the close never come that quarter while Baldwin could again to five but Darrell White While, with 13 seconds left in
again to taking the lead. the and
loser's gym.It manage only on e basket. The and Wingate put up two more game the Indians
was the Indians' second Two baskets by Wingate, Indians had leads of 16 points points apiece for the Indiansto behind by one point, 62-61,
win in the pastweek,following one by Turknelt and another at three different times during keep the game out of reach. calmly and smoothly con-
a 65-62 victory over In- by Grayson after a perfect the quarter and held a commanding The victory over another St. verted two foul shots to propel
terlachen last Friday. pass from Wingate upped the 15 point lead going Johns Conference foe upped his team to a 65-62 victory
The Indian's Don Wingate Indian lead. At. the end of the into the final stanza. the Indian's conference markto over St. Johns Conference foe
led his team to victory by first quarter, Keystone was The home team held the 31. Their record is 32. Interlachen' Friday night at
driving in for layups .and ahead by six, 12-6, and extended Indians scoreless for nearly Losses have been to Bunnell the victors' gym.
making 12-15 foot jump shots that lead by another four one-half minutes of the and Cedar Key, Baldwin's With fans standing and
for 31 points. The 5-11 point- four during the second quarteras last quarter and closed the record is now 2-4 with a cheering wildly on both sidesof
man and 6-3 low post Bobby the Indians continuously gap to only five minutes conference mark of 0-4 the gym, the Rams holding
outrebounded Baldwin. At before a three point lead, 62.59
Grayson each grabbed eight Turknett hit on a the
: rebounds to lead the surging intermission (the score was 25- jumper to give Keystone a Score by Quarters;: Indians' I lank Morgan was
Indians in that department. 15. seven point lead. With tinw KH 12 13 16 8 41!) fouled with 30 seconds

__Grayson. iiiaiviiig L also_ nun.scored me eightpumia In .... 1$691312.40 man remaining.made both The ends 6-foot of a pivot one-

dian's second highest scorer Keystone (49)) }Harman 000 and-one situation to pull
for the evening. Guard Larry Yr White 1-0-2, Grayson 3-2-8, Keystone within one point of
Turknett scored six, four of rtt" Morgan 1-0-2, Turknett 3-0-6, the Rams 6261.
those coming in the final Wingate 14331.Baldwin .
In attempting to force
((40)) Smith 0-1-1, a
'pV42j quarter after Baldwin had turnover after
Morgan's two
I : come within five points of Thompson 2-0-4 McElvy 3-0-6, points, White fouled theHams'
', Williams
A knotting the score. 5-3-13, Jones 2.2-6,
Ken Bon
forcing a foul
Pivot-man Hank Morgan Brown 3-2-8, Singletary 1-0-2. shot and a possible turnover.
l opened the scoring for
fEE. Keystone by driving in for a Y
layup after only 15 seconds Tornado
had elapsed in the game. /1 Matmen
Nearly three minutes passed O
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until Baldwin
connected to
even the score, 22. Wingate Bow To EastsideBradford
made his first basket with 3:50:
EE. remaining to put Keystone out
In front 42. B ldwin's High wrestlers class; Joe Lazenbec took the
Richard Williams, who was lost their first meet 34-21 156 pound class; }Harry Mc-
This IXIacclenny player slipped through the Union defense and made a lay-up for two points. highpoint man for the losers against Eastside in Williams was first in the 167
with 13 points scored two to Gainesville but
4f Monday, the class and Tom Edwards
air BUS wrestlers had to forfeit 12 pinned his match in the heavy
First Tornado Tennis f y'"J paints, which greatly hurt weight division.
N Plant NowCamellias them. "1 was not too disappointedthat
4 1 This was the first time that much since it was the
Bradford High has taken
Competion Set Feb. 12 place in wrestling corn petition first"match that we hav"
with other schools. The 12 had, says Gonzalez. Eight: of

Full Bud and Bradford High tennis "Right now we are in a points that BUS had to forfeitto Bradford's freshmen 12 two starters of them are
players will face first competition round robin tournament which Eastside was due to not and
Bloom (Feb. 12)) in Lake will give me some indicationof having wrestlers in several of sophomores two are
City marking the first the n the weight classes. juniors.
time ranking of my players,
"Overall I think did
VARIETIES that BUS has participated in a says Tennis Coach Melba BUS also lost six points we a
pretty good job, but we still
tennis
schools.competition with other Howard. "The race for top because Keith Kirchaine was need people to come out for
t
spot on the girls team will be disqualified which is a penalty wrestling" commented
FROM between Mitchell McMillan WAPE radio of six points
station according to Gonzalez.
$949 The tennis team consists of and Jockel, personalities traveled to Starke
nine and according to Thursday night to oppose local businessmen in Wrestling Coach Emilio Next the matmen will
girls seven boys. Howard. a benefit
Both males and females will equal." "They are all about basketball game for the kidney fund for Richard Crews Gonzalez) wrestle Santa Fe at the Santa
take part in the match. l Pictured above) are three of the participants; from left BIIS matmen took four of Fe gym. BUS practices
"McRae and Tucker art George Pierce, Eddie Douglas/( and Jim Temple the weight classes with pins. Monday-Friday from 3:13: to
iy7 : Girl members of the tennis battling it out for the top spoton Mark Harris look the 91!) pound 4n.:
team the boys team, and according Football
are seniors Hjamar Banquet
to Mrs. Howard
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juniors McMillan Debbie and Cathy Mitchell Casey and McRae is slightly stronger. (From I Page 13)) !; :: : 1
Poinsettias Cathy Wood Sophomores The team has been prac- : : : : :, :; : M r :
y Pam Wood, Susan Kitchensand ticing for three weeks so far The annual Dr. Calvin J. "y .
Jennifer Jockel, and and will not practice during Houpt Sportsmanship Award : '
For Xmas freshmen Ruth Hazen and the holidays.Mrs. and the $2,000 Ronnie Allen

Color Ann Allen. Howard says that the presented Scholarship to Tornado award was oeCkUf&1#/t
t"x+z./ inter team tournament will be back Tim Crews. running
6T0 Seniors Bruce Tucker and finished about Friday, Jan. 7. smanship award is The sport-
\ David George, juniors Chuck among BUS players because coveted
Hutchison Johnny Hobbs and Older man to pretty girl at coaches award it
to the
449 Mike McRae,and sophomores party: "May I sit and talk to whose attitude player
10 CAN BE PLANTED IN YARD Randy and Andy Crewsmake you? I'm rather tired.and I exemplary of is most Q4
NICE BLOOMS up the male part of the.tennis want my wife to takE .me member. The any team
AFTER award
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Families have long cher- Lauscha, supplied the world Although Corning con- naments. The new capability -
ished special Christmas tree with their delicate and tinues to serve the glass permits the most Intri-
beautiful ornament blank requirements cate decorations.Its .
ornaments that have a sin- hand-blown orna-
gular meaning for them. In ments. of decorating companies conventional line of
fact, Europeans emigratingto Working In typical "cot- It is also utilizing a decorated ornaments is
the United States often tage Industry" fashion, artisans new decorating capability competitively priced with
brought cherished ChrIst- of this area producedtens this year to market its own glass ornaments plain or -
mas tree ornaments with of thousands of orna- ornament lines under its decorated currently beIng ,
them as poignant reminders ments each year. own name: marketed domestically,
of families and lands Entire families worked at Corning is introducing The line features high qual-
they left behind. the craft, and prices were conventional glass orna- ity ornaments with superior
The custom of decoratinga low because labor was ments in solid colors and decorating made possibleby Bda.us+aw+ 1
Christmas tree began in cheap. In one day,one usual decorated finishes in a va- the new capability.In .
\\\\,1.\ the Thuringian Mountainsof production team-a family riety of asscrtments. It Is the new gift line Corn- Edwin Massey second from.left, and Deputies John Dempsey and Glenn Moore receive
\1 central Germany. headed by the father as providing a number of ornaments Ing has a Christmas Past checks from the Bradford-Union Cattleman's Association for work in apprehending cattle
German emigrants car- chief craftsman-could In collector series, collection and a children's rustlers. Massey received 1500 for reporting a Union County rustling Job.and the two deputies ,,.
May Your Holidaybe ried the Christmas tree dec- produce 600 of the intricate individually packaged In collection, too.Youngster split a$500: check: for a Bradford County case. At left Is Joe Marlin Milliard treasurer of the
Traditional and orating custom, where they decorations that made Lau- gift mailer and display State Association of Cattlemen and at right is Paul Emory, Beaker, president of the H-U
Filled with the scha the "Christmas boxes describing his Cattlemen.
went- decorating the first tree
Christmas tree In this coun- ornament capital of the One such collection Is a plans for the future: "After
Abundant of the
Joys going to the moon, I'd like to
world." series of four Currier and
try before 1700. They used
Season., colorful Until 1925, had Ives scenes on 3Inch or- travel.
glass ornaments Germany
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that were handdecorated.As no competition for the Copper'l Wkly Holiday things to cut, paint, glue, giveTurn
more and more famIlies Christmas tree ornament .
DOYLEthe marveled at the fire- market In America. Then
light's reflection dancing In the Japanese began to man- plastic drink-cup Make papier mach tree Styrofoam balls make Interesting -
CLEANEIt the ornaments of glass on ufacture glass decorationsfor covers into charming deco- ornaments; soak shredded tree ornaments
Christmas trees, the demand export. rations: cut off the rims, newspaper in water; drain, when decorated with gift-
Increased.For When hostilities broke out spread Elmer's glue gener- then mix In Elmer's Glue- wrap ribbon, trim, sequins
many decades, skilled In 1939, the United States ously on both sides to hold All.Mold ornaments and let and beads In colorful Imaginative -
Thuringian craftsmen,par- was left virtually without a 'ia glitter, beads, buttons. dry then paint. patterns
In the village of
ticularly supply of Christmas tree tee. .
I. ornaments That year, amajor Man in a butcher shop: "I cun retail organizationmade wouldn't pay two dollars a for f.lirinlnmN: mine in three
to pound of ribs if they were i>i/e.Puireil to add exiilenirnll
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Until this year, virtuallyall Comedy Woman to woman: ""I could
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Wellsboro plant have gone eN one of the candidates gave
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PACKAGE STORE FFA President! Paul Hutching presents a check for$1000 to ,,von
BROWN'S Bradford County Kidney Fund Chairman Ida !Mae lirown to R><
REFRIGERATION 923 N.Pine help pay expense for Richard Crews' treatments The money
301 North came from proceeds of chances on a purebred Angus calf.
& Starke Starke, Fla. .."It is with deep pride that we contribute this check to the BONNIE'SHAIR
AIR CONDITIONING: Bradford County Kidney Fund and we hope and pray that STYLES
964-7028 this $lOtnt will help to bring Richard Crews back to good
964.7771 health," llutchins said
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'Qj Without ForceMillions I,;$. BOBBYTAYLOR By







of words are written annually Countless words have been written Even though our farmers If you want additional l In.
have received somewhat formation on filing Income tax
about the spirit and meaning of and spoken about Jesus Christ, including higher prices for their returns, get your copy of the

Christmas, but in spite of all the tinsel historically realiable referencesto products during this year, "1973 Farmer's Tax Guide" at

and other frills, the basic fact remains Him in pagan literature within a few vf' many will realize an even your County Agent's office on
that this most celebrated of all holidaysis decades after His crucifixion. But the smaller profit (Of any) than North 301 in Starke.FORESTRY.

based on a simple historical incident most beautiful account of His birth and they have had in previous

a child named Jesus was born in His mission on Earth remains the simple years.

Bethlehem approximately 1,973 years story as fold by the physician Luke: Biggest reasons for this is
the agricultural producer'scost
ago. of has risen
"And the said unto production
angel faster than prices received.A IN BRADFORD COUNTY
Nearly one hundred generations of them, Fear not: for behold, I

people have lived and died since the bring you good tidings of great farmer should try to cut

birth of Christ, and yet not one among joy, which shall be to all people.For his possible cost of production to stay in business.One as muchas BYJOHN

them, no matter how talented or how unto you is born this day in of the biggest savings t O'MEARA]

powerful, has had as much impact on the the city of David, a Savior, icHgRU cREwS could be to avoid income tax

course of human history.As which is Christ the Lord. And 11 11r mistakes. Here are some of
this shall be a sign unto you; Ye K DN Y FuNn the common mistakes made
shall the babe wrapped insuwddhng by our agricultural Antique and junk dealers i ini
one philosopher put it: "All the find producers: Florida aren't believing the
armies that ever marched, and all the clothes, lying in a sudden rage for old potbelliedstoves

navies that ever were built, and all the manger. And suddenly there -Letting the tax: accountantdo and from the big

parliaments that ever sat, and all the u to
that have affected the heavenly host praising records over an heat whole railway stations to
kings ever reigned not 1/ "authority" may not be the the smaller wood heaters
mankind as powerfully as has the God, and saying, Glory to God in kQt best decision. Producers must from old cabins.A .

life of that one solitary man." the highest, and on earth peace, know tax laws themselves and
good will toward men." must "think taxes" with every check of the market for
management decision they wood-burning stoves and
a The secret of Jesus' power was that make during the year, Be sure fireplaces and firewood itselfin

he ruled not with an army, a navy, or So, for the next few days, ]let us put the tax: accountant selected Florida shows wide

other instruments: of force, but with a aside the many vexing problems that knows farm tax: laws and that variance in how the consumeris

much stronger powerthe power of have plagued us during the past year he asks you questions about faring in getting these items
that and what he for
is
love. The Napoleon, the scandals the in your operations may paying
Watergate .
emperor among war aim affect your taxes. them, reports the Division of
many others, recognized the reality of the Mid East the gasoline and Forestry, Florida Departmentof

that power when he said,. "Alexander, heating oil shortages inflation, A Real Tree -Poor planning. This Is' a Agriculture and Consumer
Caesar, Charlemagne, and I myself have unemployment, and all the other man- Community major area with far-reaching Services.At .

founded empires; but upon what do made ills. ................. ........ ....... .. .. .....,V,.,..,..,.........Y..rn.. ........ .y.... .. ... ..__....... effects.. Included is the failure
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these creations of our genius depend? the year and the lack of at- stoves ranged from $75
Upon force. Jesus alone founded his Let us put these all aside for the next tention to timing sales and (without any_flue) to $3!>O,

empire upon love; and to this very day, few days and try to remember the true ShownIn trade-ins to transform or- already restored and including -

millions would die for him." meaning of Christmas. Spirit of Giving dinary Ita ins. income into capital pipe. $30 worth of stove


Richard Crews Fund DriveIn -Failure to claim Investment Dilapidated as they may
credit. This also look, most rusty pot-bellied
stoves are still serviceable
reflects on planning since ,
The Bicentennial poor too with little restoration talents
trading an implement soon
Challenge needed. About the only investment -
I of the that will reduce the amount of
spite pain
him investment credit that can be it takes is a coat of
causes
many sleepless black stove polish, frequentlya
claimed. Using the seven
nights, Christmas will be a
L With the of almost celebration the old happier time for 20-year-old percent investment credit can missing door or grate, and
at
start a new year countywide on lighten the tax burden for several lengths of stove pipe
hand, it is none too soon for Bradford courthouse grounds by the Centennialdate. knows Richard that Crews the spirit because of giving he many farm and ranch (about 40 cents a foot).

and its municipalities to begin operations. Many items when
County still holds sway in Starke. New wood stoves and
making plans for the nation's Bicen 'en purchased new or when fireplaces are hard to come
tennial Celebration to be held in 1976. Matching money is available through Pre-Christmas activitieslast bought with a farm qualify by. Hardware stores and mail-
several state and federal sources for the weekend brought the totalin often for investment credit. Items order houses report they are
the Richard Crews forgotten include
Two years might seem in the distant Centennial projects, but first a county Fund to well over$4,000 Kidney muchof feeding floors, paved drives, wood back-ordered stove on- any and kind their of

future, but everyone knows just how organization must be formed and a it raised through the effortsof $I wells, fences and grain customers are patiently

fast two years can pass when there is a project submitted for state approval. So student organizations at : storage bins. Investment waiting for the order to be

goal to reach, and the goal in this instance far, federal matching funds totaling Bradford High School, where credit can be carried back filled.
three to retrieve
vI tax
Richard years
is some worthwhile project $40,000 have been alloted to Florida, anda graduated in 1972. ., money previously paid and And what about firewood?

spotlighting the historical background of portion of this is earmarked for Those were happier days, : :;; may also be carried forward Some people report that it is

Bradford County, climaxed by a Bradford County if its project qualifies. just 18 months ago, before the seven years to save on future difficult to get, and stories

countywide celebration on the Centennial trouble developed that will .fP. taxes. circulate that it "costs $75 a
make a kidney transplant \ cord" in some of the
date. These the three simple a parts
are steps necessary in order to save his -Poor record keeping. To state.
community must take in order to receive life. Already the expensive take full advantage of tax

The success of the Bicentennial official Bicentennial Community status: treatments have started on a credits, good records are a Actually firewood prices
marhme that must. A good record keeping vary all the way from "free"
celebration nationally well dialysis
as as locally
should the needsof with the National
system meet a permit on
cleanses from his
will be measured by the extent of involvement Organize a special Bicentennial impurities
malfunctioning kidneys, production operations, and Forests, courtesy of the U. S.
of interested people. So far, planning and coordinating committee prolonging life until the time tax record requirements.Often Forest Service.... to usually
Bradford County is lagging behind in which is representative of all segmentsof he strong enough to undergoan overhead expenses: about $35 a strand or "face
this involvement, since more than half ofFlorida's the community. intricate transplant such as publications, In- cord" in almost any city in
67 counties operation.For surance electricity Florida. A strand is a stack of
are already telephone, interest, repairs, firewood cut to fireplace
organized and ready to swing into actionon -Flan a Bicentennial program which a while the transplant and car and pickup expensesare length (usually 22 to 28 inches -

their projects. But we cannot believe will have at least one lasting reminder of could not be performed overlooked. ), measuring 4 feet high

that this inaction on our part means a the special effort community. undertook because a suitable donor was by 8 feet long. Few people
lack of interest in the Bicentennial and for the Bicentennial com- not available. His father, James Luther (right) Governor of Starke Moose Lodge No. -Failure to watch tax would use a whole cord in a
all it Bradford is ofFlorida's Raymond Crews a retired 2035: presents check for1.200forthe Richard Crews Kidney changes. Tax: laws and court winter in the Sunshine Statethat's -
signifies. one memoration. county road worker, now in Fund to Phillip Clark of Guaranty Federal Savings and Loan rulings change from year to 4 feet by 4 feet by 8 feet,
older counties and has the his 60's, would have given the Association.The money was raised In a road block sponsoredby year. And the agricultural a lot of wood!
honor of being named for Capt. Richard Submit the application to the kidney gladly, but early tests the lodge last Saturday. producer must keep abreast of
Bradford, the first Florida officer to lose American Revolution Bicentennial indicated it was not ac all items that may affect his \\hat are the prized woods

his life in the Civil War. This, in itself, is Commission through the State Bicentennial ceptable. Following later receipts from car washes, North where Richard lives operation. Of special Importance for burning? Hardwood trees,
tests however, doctors now road blocks and bake sales. is the Keogh Act particularly oak and hickory,
,
with his and sister is
reason enough for our county to play an, agency. say the father becomethe parents which provides for tax:.free are considered by many the
may
important part in Florida's Bicentennial covered with a gala red Santa retirement benefits. The Act best woods for burning in the
donor, but at this time Returns are not yet complete Claus and the familiar
program. The leaders of this 200th birthday Richard's condition is such but it is believed the tion Christmas.cap-" allows a deduction of 10 home. They not only give off a
celebration want it to be national in that he is deemed not strong Gospel Concert presented Richard, "Merry hopes to be able to percent of earned income or penetrating, deep heat, but
enough to undergo the Saturday night in the BUS $2,500 whichever is less, to be they bum slowly, which saveson
Although the national Bicentennial scope, involving all fifty states and come back home and through wood
operation. auditorium contributed at set aside tax free in a usage. A fireplace or
Commission stems to have had trouble every town and city, if possible. To be a least $300 to the fund. that door before next qualified retirement plan. wood.burning stove does not

getting off the ground, this apparent success it must go directly to the peopleand Tuesday he went to the Tuesday, but if and his the hospital Also, up to $2,050 may be paidto have to be replenished so often
Medical Center in Gainesvillefor stay is prolonged only each child annually for when these wood types are
confusion and frustration in Washingtonhasn't derive its strength from the Receipts from the annual Christmas tree he sees is one
stopped the individual states from grassroots level. Citizens, young and his eighth the weekly machine.He treat-. Junior-Senior Girls Powerpuff in a hospital corridor, he will farm wages without losing used.
ment on dialysis their and the
exemptions
going ahead with their plans. And it old, of must the Game, played at 1 1:30: p.m. still have the comfort of
own every state grasp expected to return home Wednesday on the football child owes no tax as well. Softwood trees, which includes -
is. to Florida's credit that its Bicentennial greatness of this moment, participate in late Tuesday afternoon, but a field will also go to the Kidney knowing that his friends in the abundant pine tree
have
Bradford
set.up is recognized as among the best, if it, and help discover the real meaning ofa call from the hospital said the Fund. remembered County him, and will -Failure to use capital population in our county,:are
not the host in the nation. national spirit nausea and resulting continue remembering until gains fully. Capital gains can less suited for burning. They
weakness caused by the The door of the modest be a major source of tax burn quickly and wood has to
needs met.
treatment made it necessary frame home on U. S. 301 his are savings. A long-term capital be placed on the fire more
The Bicentennial effort is divided into for him to remain in the gain means that only onehalfof often. Pine firewood also
three areasrepresenting the past, the More than fifteen years ago the hospital. The treatments will the profit is taxed if assets tends to crackle and pop and
present, and the future. Projects in citizens of Starke and Bradford County now be increased to twice a -- were held for six months or send sparks flying. If flam-

other counties have included everythingfrom showed their appreciation of local week. At $500 a treatment, more, except: for certain mable fuels are near an open
historical exhibits to rare book history by staging a Centennial that runs into money. LETTERS TO GliI classes of livestock which hearth a dangerous fire
must be held at least 24 hazard may exist.
sales. The Alachua County Commissionis celebration for the 100th anniversary of But the people of Starke and months.

planning to restore the old Thomas Starke. This week-long festival was Bradford County, who once THE EDITOR. Pine, which contains pitch

Hotel, a historic landmark, and put it to great fun and a unifying force toward a came to the aid of another .. The time spent planning tax and resin, is best .sUlted for
kidney disease victim the late starting fires. When dry, it
goal that attracted attentionand strategy, especially regardingthe
common
some adaptive use. Louise Lovell are in there use of capital gains, couldbe ignites easily. Hardwood logs
provided our community with much pitching againthis time for the most profitable hours of can be placed on the pine soon

In Bradford County, what better favorable publicity, state and nationally.What Richard. TO: Sheriff Dolph Reddish Through his untiring and the year, the economist says. after.
relentless efforts the i-
and the People of Bradford
project could there be than the
con Events culminating last CountyRE dentities of the guilty parties Areas near a timber sale or
tinued restoration of the old we did so well for our own
County weekend contributed almost were established. Eventually clearcut on private land offer
Courthouse, on which a start has already community's 100th birthday, we can $3,500 to the fund with the : John Dempsey, Deputy they were brought to court WISH I'D SAID good opportunities to pick up

been made by the new Historical Boardof certainly do as well, or exceed, for our biggest money-raiser being a Sheriff and convicted. Furthermore, small quantities of oak.
Trustees. A goal could be set for the nation's 200th anniversary. With only highly successful roadblock Date: Dec. 14, 1973 all of the major items which THAT -, Always contact the owner of
conducted by the Starke had been stolen the land first.
opening of a county museum in this two years to go, it is time to start Moose Lodge last Saturday.This Exactly one year ago I recovered and returned.were

historic old building by 1976 with a making plans to meet this challenge.O event alone raised $1,200, returned home with my five. Wood is cheaper in urban
which was deposited in the year-old daughter to find that Now there Is an old saying areas if bought by contract, as
Richard Crews Fund at our home on Hampton Lake that "Gratitude often has a many restaurants do.
Guaranty Federal Tuesday had been broken into and short memory." And I must "A mother's patience is
'" morning. burglarized. confess that I have been guilty like a tube of toothpaste, it's For many urban dwellers,
and most remiss in never quite all grone."-William firewood is a luxury item,
o Second largest Unless this has ever hap- acknowledging debt of R. Lewis along with cast-iron stoves
The
rnq money my Lynden
3RADFORD to
CoU raiser was the bull calf given pened you personally, you thanks to Deputy Dempsey. (Wash.) Tribune. and custom fireplace In-
will never know the abrupt
stallation. One old-fashioned
away by the Bradford FFA
A p Chapters, which added shock, hurt and sorrow of In our present-day society it dealer in Tallahassee1' still
(A MEMaER ACTIVE rtera LC another$1,000 to the fund. The learning that many things you seems to have become un- Ofttimes an open mind is offers his wood for $5 $7 an
(n y calf was won by Col! Fred value have been stolen. fortunately fashionable to one that is too porous to holda "armload or two. But he
G Lewellen of Camp Blanding Moreover, how does one explain belittle our police officials. conviction.-Fred W. says his supply is already
w to a five-year-old the They are often referred to in short this and how he is
with the year,
M. MILLERPlablhber. presentation made Grown, The Bergen (N. J.)
JOHN
BOB G. FERGUSON of Christmas
477..; during half time at the benefit meaning when such terms as "pigs, fuzz, or Citizen. going to service his customersis
basketball game last Friday. someone has just stolen her black-jack kids.: Even worse, "beyond him."
Published each Thursday and entered as Second Class Matter at the Post Office at Starke. piggy-bank? some of our more intelligentand
FU. under Act of March 3, 1879. The game, sponsored by the knowledgeable citizens "Whatever else the neigh Trees that are infested with
National Honor Society of The investigation of this described them as "necessaryevils. bors may do, they give you insects and disease around ahomeowner's
Subscription rate in trade area: (6 per year: 3.50 six months. BUS netted particular case was assignedto "
$-ISO, and events We hear a great deal something to talk about."_ residence not
Phone 964-6)01 Outside trade area: $7 per year: 4.00 six months. Starbe, Fla. sponsored by the Fellowshipof Deputy John Dempsey of about "police brutality," but Ed Kummer, The Eaton only should be cut but they
Christian Athletes added the Bradford County Sheriff'sDepartment. (Colo.) Herald. make excellent cheap fuel,
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From 16)) _
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And nothing is more a part of the Christmas 1 cup dark rum
hear ___ tradition than good food, And there's no traditional white until very loft peaks ere formed, Beet
we considerably more Beat egg
about the criminally ac _____ Christmas dish to match the popularity of eggnog yolks until they are just mixed, then begin adding sugar
cused's rights and his sanctity _____ It's as much a part of the Yuletide season as Santa while,' continuing to beet Add sugar slowly unt.l it I II
from Incrimination and Claus and mistletoe. And one of the best recipes absorbed; while beating slowly pour into yolk mixture all
protection from prosecution. around for making this long-time holiday favorite is rum. Whip cream very lightly end stir it Into beaten yolks,,
I However, we cannot and Eggnog Supreme.Try it.And have a Merry Christmas. fold yolk mixture into whitet., Top each serving with nut
should the laws of the Y 15 servings.y .
not defy EGGS. The party food party goers go for. meg. Makes 12 to
1 land which have been .
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established by our Supreme INCINE Ilt .
Court to protect the rights of yt R
us all the innocent and the
guilty. We urge changes <
;!: and repeal mar i we consider Always keep fire under f4y
them unfair, but in the control!
meantime we must abide by
' them. '

, !Moreover, if you should mca>,,1tlc>alacxa t>asac>' yb 4 M+ lfrP, I ,+ x fat
ever be the victim of a A belief that's basically for I
I criminal action (and God lean say with certainty that \ j '1 the birds is that an albatross
forbid), I doubt that you will you will indeed be fortunate if RAN M + ',ny + hovering above a ship would I J .
go crying into the night Deputy John Dempsey should L1 } A rgj 7Nyas bring on bad weatherl!
" seeking help from any act as your agent, and I do .
P quarter. I rather imagine that hereby commend him highlyto .w,
you will do as I did and ask his superiors and the peopleof It looked like a reindeer had invaded Starke when Rebecca Cooney (right) and Cherl Foster
help from your nearest police Bradford County, drove their cart in the Christmas parade Saturday,
officials, for that is their In deepest appreciation I Rebecca's father Daniel is shown here prior to the parade tending the antler adorned puny, / LJLi
function, professional duty wish him and his loved ones a 1
and responsibility. most joyful and happy holiday
Everything' considered, it has season. Sincerely, GUIDED By THAT INFLUENTIAL y
been my experience' that they r
Earl Howell
conscience render their services and with in good con- Bradford Speech Co.Therapist Schools LIGHT. SANTA BRINGS GOODIESSanta

siderable expertise.
The UFO researchers will
Claus is coming! to ever, it'll be whit Mom :
find another research
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BOOKS town, cooks for the kids and zssI
TOBACCO" So all you shoppers hold grandchildren because that's when they see a piggybackvan I! t
I MakeChristmas that frown what they like.Christmas filled with vegetables on fr wX11
Cause he'll fill the grocery 1973! Santa Santa sleigh./ 1t i
Merry Save Energy! shelves with pounds, has it made. He doesn't need They won't 1 learn too.
much new from us earthlings
Of Fresh From
Vegetables Rudolph, the rednost-d reindeer
With Books There'll be the usual ,
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reverence' for the Babe in the
So stock until fill
up you just radio the Astronauts in
FromDowntown the of the
Will Do you shelves the Skylab boys for direc- manger story
It With fresh Florid Vegetables tion. three wise men will thrill the We Wish to Friends and Neighbors a
from Santa's Elves.If And if you think the children Each prayer will
At Mike'sCompletcr ask that Santa be a humam. Merry Christmas filled with Peace.
fellow who see a bright
== Gainesville'sOldest tarian who will that
you're a wise shopperOr light UFO is looney, just see
.... I a Peanut PopperYou'll wait to hear what they call (people throughout the worldcan THANK YOU FOR LETTING ME
find enoughTo the fellow who sees a sleigh/ take' food for granted. We Wish You a SERVE YOU !
cook old time dishes full of fresh vegetables from And if the neighbors/ from Meaningful Christmas
I Book Store Bookstore from the rough Florida. outer space find anything Rejoice For the Child
For everyone whether Christmas 1973: Santa they' can't understand, it'llbe Born Edward's
1 that other of Mary at Grocery
bright light
EVERY
naughty or nice, can look at the satellite pictures
FAR "c-E.1-L 2EST GIt.o....... 0,"T08ACCO SHOPMIKE'S Cook vegetables from of Florida and know from the East. How can it Bethlehem,
\\ f< be so bright? Why is it sucha
Florida hold the r
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powerful force that It influences
Santa Claus will bring take on plenty of fresh
a planet of peopleto
t something good to eat to vegetables and fruits. J.E.1IAIIDY
And best of all. Santa stop during one day of
everybody this Christmas. He
the to utter the Auto Sales EDWARDSu.s.
116SE Jit 372-4401 feast, doesn't rely on fuel to year samedesire
-Mght bring a turkey a
OPEN MON,'FRI 8 AM-9PM ham dinner, propel his sleigh. Feed for in a thousand tongues(
scrumptious .
8AM-6PM Peace and goodwill to all
SAT old fashioned chicken- his reindeer might/ be high- .
some 301 S. STARKE 964-5312
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and-dumplings or even turnip
1973, to the neighbors from
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CHURCH SCHEDULES!: Practice at 7:30.A : Mrs. Darlene Norman, and and family gathered at the David Bennett assisted Mrs.\
of
were guests her
group from MYF of Grace Mrs. mother, sons, and Mrs.\ Elsie Norman home of Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Anders in hosting the party.
Bryant Reddish
Wed-
Church of God Sunday United Methodist Church, nesday to by Elizabeth Terry took her mother, !Mrs.\ Lissie Starling for a family reunion Miss Gwen Zack presidedover
School, 10 a.m. Worship accompanied by Rev. Don Mr and Friday.Mrs. Starling back to Jacksonvilleon and dinner on Sunday,Dec. 16. the refreshment table.
Services, 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Denton Mrs. Robert Lee, Clayton and Tommy Mr.\ and Mrs. Robert and Mrs. Leonard Norman Sunday. They celebrated The hostesses presented !Mrs.\
I Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, Mrs. Mae Wells and Miss Jacksonville son, of Norman, Mr. and Mrs. Glen and the Carl Normans over Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. !Mrs Douglas Bennett was Bennett with a combination
of
7:30: p.m. Arthurine Blanchard, went to last week with spent their Sunday Norman, and Mrs. and Mrs. the weekend. A. B. Wainwright, Sr., and honored with a stork showerat jumper, walker, feeder. The
Fatih Baptist mother, ate dinner and the home of Mr.\ and Mrs G. honoree received
Church Baker County Nursing homeat Mrs. C, R. Crews and Jimmy Lee, attended a family. They many lovely
Radio Program over WPXE Macclenny last Saturday Glenann. Christmas supper at Starke Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Atwood, then shared gifts in the af- W. Anders Saturday night gifts.Approximately 20 guests
Starke, 8 a.m. Sundays. Bible a.m. to sing Christmas Carols Golf and Country Club, of Starke, and Mrs. Pierce ternoon. Mrs.\ Gary Bennett and Mrs. called during the eve lng.
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser and have a short service for Extension Home Maker'sClub Starke for the employees of Crews, attended a Christmas
vices 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. the patients. All of them en- of the Telephone, Company.Jeff Party sponsored by Eagle Mrs. Edith Swinney was a _I
Lawtey, met
School on Bible Doctrine joyed it.IJighland. Tuesday, Dec. DeVane's store, of Starke, for Saturday overnight guest of
11, at the
Tuesday 8 p.m. at Pastor's Baptist Church, Agricultural Center in Starke. McClellan, son of Mr. their employees on Wed- her son-in-law and daughter,
home. Prayer Meeting Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. Miss Arthurine Blanchard and Mrs. Robert McClellan, of nesday night at the home of !Mr. and Mrs. C. A. North and
Wednesday, 7:30: p.m. Bible Worship Services, 11 a.m. gave the devotional Miss Starke, was a Tuesday PeeWee Williams. Supper was family, of Jacksonville.Mr. .
Study. Choir Practice 6:30: p.m Kathleen Brown spoke to the overnight guest of his grand- served and gifts exchanged.All Santa's helpers
Grace United Methodist Evening Service 7:30. Prayer ladies on how to parents, Mr. and Mrs.\ Les reported a good time and Mrs. Paul Locke
Church School conserve McClellan. and Mr. and Mrs. S. L.
Sunday
9:45: Meeting Wednesday, 730.: during the fuel cirsis.
a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. Northside Baptist Church. After energy the Mrs. Carolyn Holmes, of Swindell and sons, were
and 7 p.m. MYP" Wednesday 7p.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship members served meeting a covered, the !Mr.\ and Mrs. Hermie Kelly Starke, and Mrs.\ Jack Kuhne guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. get help from
followed by Choir Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: dish luncheon. visited their cousin, Mrs. and John went to Chieflandand Robertson and Mrs. Edith
p.m. Prayer Meeting Monday, Lonnie Futch, in Gainesville, brought their mother, Swinney for cake and coffeeon
I 7:30: p.m. on Thursday. Mrs.\ Jim Newsom, to Starke. Sunday evening..
School
Lawtey PTA met at
The pastor and Mrs.\ Newsom spent the Wishb net!
young the school
Tuesday night Dec. :
!\ weekend with her Mr. and Mrs. Donald T. .
people of the church went to 11. The 1st and 5th Mr.and Mrs.Ernest Hewitt, daughter, ;
grades
the Starke Nursing Home on on Christmas put of Tallahassee, were weekend Mrs. Holmes of Starke. Suber, of Keystone Heights, .
a
FAMILY Sunday afternoon and carried Refreshments of cakes program.and guests of their parents, Mr. Mr. and !Mrs. Bill Payne,
I baskets of fruit to patients punch served and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Pringle, Lewis and Blackie Augustonof
were the
by 1st of Worthington Orange Springs, Don Kite
LAWYER They also sang Christmas and 2nd grade mothers. Springs, were ,
Carols to them. 100 There Mr.\ and Mrs. Charlie Tuesday overnight guests of !Mr.\ and !Mrs. Sam Thomas,,
were persons present. Watson and son, of Mac their sister, Mrs. Pierce !Mr.\ and Mrs. Jasper Ogilvie, r___
Outsiders In PERSONALS Mrs. Johnny Jenkins and clenny, went to Calvary Crews. Misses Ann, Debbie Linda ., : ,
Church Sunday in Starke with and Cindy Scott, of
SchoolyardsEddie Friends of Mrs. P. L. son were, Robert, of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs.Donald Wilkisonand Mrs. Jim Newson, of Jacksonville, !Mrs. Marge
Dinkins regret to learn that of Saturday her overnight were their dinner guests. Chiefland, and her daughter Scott,Atlantic Beach, Mr. and
a high school dropout, she is a patient In Bradford Mrs.guests O. J. Anders.parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vernard Hughes, and !Mrs.\ Douglas J. Scott, a A RI
liked to hang around his old almamaler County Hospital, Starke. Our !Mrs.\ W. H. Pringle, of children, of Green Cove Gainesville, Mrs. Gert Jones, b
getting into various kindsof prayers are with her. Mr and Mrs. Hermie Worthington Springs, and Springs, were Saturday Kathy and Terri, Mr.\ and Mrs.
mischief. One day he was visited Mrs. Dixon Thomas Kelly Mrs. Pierce Crews, recently dinner guests of her brother- Freddie Stephens and sons, I Get more shopping
in
picked up by police on a chargeof Mrs. Lissie Starling, of North Florida visited her son and daughter- in-law and sister, !Mr. and Starke, Mr.\ and Mrs. Steve time go to Wishbone.
"loitering on school grounds." Jacksonville, spent from Hospital, of Gainesville Regional in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Mrs. Jack Kuhn and family. Starling Mr. and Mrs. Leon Everything for 'helper
To Eddie, this was foul play. Friday to Sunday with her Thursday. on Crews, of Jacksonville. Starling, Mr. and Mrs. Luther from a"Chicken Dinner Be,,"to
After all, wasn't the schoolyard a daughter,Mrs. Elsie Norman, Mrs. Truby Wainwrightspent Hilliard and family, Mrs. t 'Complete Family Dinners"for Santa's
public place-free for all? granddaughter, Mrs. Darlene Britt Rosier, of Green Cove Friends of Mrs. Burney most of the week with Raymond Suber, Miss Susan 'helpers family.So stop your sleigh at Wishbone
But the court found him guiltyas Norman, and sons. Springs, was a of his in- Dobbs,of Jacksonville, regretto her son and daughter-in-law, Sapp, !Mr. and Mrs. W R. 'You'll save your time'for helping Santa'shelper
guest
charged. As one judge put it: laws, Mr. and Mrs. Les Me- learn that she is a patient in Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wain- (Bobo) Starling and family, .
"Public: school: premises are not Miss Elizabeth Terry was a Clellan, Riverside Hospital. Mrs. wright and family, of !Mr. and Mrs. "Edwin Starlingand
free to any and everyone, like a guest of her sister, Mrs. C. E. Another guest on Wednesday of the Mc- Dobbs is daughter-in-law of Waycross, Ga. sons Danny Starling, and Wishbone Fried Chicken
public street or public park. Public Strickland, of Gainesville, Clellans was their cousin, Mr. and Mrs Arlie Dobbs. Renee Reynolds, Mrs Bar- Fried!_chicken,_the_way..It t"ought 1 to be. iJIIIItI
Mrs Arnie Abstein and Mr. bara Craft and daughter, !Mr.
: school: premises are dedicated Wednesday to Friday. Mrs. Lacy Futch, of
Waycross, Ga. !Mr.\ and Mrs. and !Mrs.\ Smith, Micanopy! and Mrs. Bill Dixon and
I to the use; of persons eligible to Strickland and their cousin, the same afternoon. Floyd Norman 236 TEMPLE 9645858JOHNNIE
attend the schools, their officers, Edgar Jones, of Coral Gables, of Jacksonville, were and !Mrs. Lola Johnson, of family, and his mother, Mrs. THOMPSON
teachers,and employees." brought her home on their Mr and Mrs. J. W. Thomas guests of their parents, Mr. Starke, visited Mrs. Flossie David Wainwright and Kris,
Hosier Mr.\ and Mrs Steve
A number of communities, way to Tallahassee at noon. and Jay, of Live Oak, were on Saturday. Cubbage
leery of troublemakers, have Sunday guests of their .

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S .. YOU WHAT'S COULDN'T SO NEW HAVE THAT Last-day-of-Christmas partya

BOUGHT ONE LAST
CHRISTMAS warm closing to holidaysWhile

A gp ci: .e- The sounds of Christ
IjV .. V mas this year include a
lot of excitement over decorating the If you're lucky enough to
'h. 4 n, brand-new products. family Christmas tree Is have a fireplace and a han-
Among them television usually an anticipated and dy saw, make a Christmastree
t I sound In an FM/AM port festive occasion, most of us fire.Of course, if you've
able radio and four- find the reverse process- been cautious (and right-
1 channel music system dismantling It-a tiresome, fully so) keeping your tree
that not only plays tapes depressing chore. This year well-watered, be preparedto
/ and records but has an why not have a Twelfth have some good dry kin-
\ I I)' ii FM/AM radio that can Night (traditionally the last dling wood on hand.
receive four-channel radio day of Christmas, January Why not place each par-
broadcasts. 6th) Party. ticipating person's name Ina
\WJ z We Then, too, there Is a Friends, neighbors and basket and have a draw-

"" +. 1 cassette tape recorder relatives sharing the occa- Ing? While the fire Is burn-
1 ida player that's executive- sion will make the event Ing have each member of
looking but pushbuttoneasy brighter. Have each person the group make a wish for
to use and has Its guess the number of orna- the new year for the indi-
: / microphone built rightIn. ments on the tree before- vidual whose name he has
3/ '. hand, and give a prize to drawn. (If there are any
'er..e. k B Product excitement Includes the winner or whoever enemies In the house you
\ color. Stereo mod- comes closest to the exact might scrap this :last Idea!)
ules in gleaming blue or number. Or If anyone In essence, the point Is
white or green. Phono- breaks an ornament, as to try to make the endingof
viewers in cheerful red "retribution" have them the holidays as festive as
and white.A Christmas the beginning.
sing a song.
portable radio with
an orange band Indicator -
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I La.wt.ev Man Gets Year In Skating Rink Fracas I I


Robert Lee Martin 24, of aJ of assault with intent to of the victim to appear In
Lawtey, was sentenced to one precautionary measure Dale Norman, 18, of Stringer, Jr., Richard Eugene this weekA : dismissed commit murder. The inability court at this time. I IThe
year ''vthe county' jail I by Starling removed a .22 caliber KIngsley Lake, who was ((Ricky) Starling, Jr. and youthful drug offender, Cowart by the state and
Judge Theron A. Yawn Jr. pistol from its place of safe- assisting Starling in the Phillip Prevatt. Janice Parsons, 18, was changed his plea to I
keeping and placed It in operation of the The put on guilty on the second charge.
upon his conviction on a his skating rinkat only witness called by probation for a period of two
charge of aggravated assaulton pocket. the time of the fracas, was the Assistant Public Defender years, by Judge Yawn, after withheld Adjutication of the guilt was
Tuesday, Dec. 11, ,in a the After temporarily leaving the unfortunate target of the Richard Parker, was the entering a plea of guilty to the pending receiptof I
Circuit Court trial term this premises, Eaves and bottle thrown by Robert Lee defendant Robert Lee unlawful delivery of cannabis.A vestigation.The pre-sentence. in-
week.In Manning returned a second Martin. Martin, who denied all the
a six-member jury trial time, just a few minutes after Upon impact with the left allegations and charges made presentence In-
which began Monday,Dec 10, their first confrontation with portion of Norman's face, the against him by all of the other vestigation was ordered In the -a charge case of of Sam McBrideon
grand
the jury returned a guilty Starling, but this time they bottle broke,cutting gashes on witnesses. case of Ernest Simon Cowart. dismissed larceny
verdict to assault and battery brought reinforcements. his left cheek, over and under In rebuttal the State calledJ. Cowart had previously pled was McBride by the court.
against the defendant, Robert State Witness Starling his left eye, his forehead and L. Waters to the stand to not guilty on charges of was represented by I
Lee Martin, from charges identified Robert Lee Martin, his chin. It required 37 stitchesto affirm the threat uttered by possession of marijuana and Attorney George Pierce
brought after a fracas that defendant in the case, his sew up the wounds Martin, "I'll kill me a Waters possession of narcotic -A continuance iiXtir :
occurred brother Ronald Earl Starling further testified before the night's over." paraphernalia. was granted
Martin,
Saturday, Charges
Aug. the the
18 on by court in the ..
1973, involving a pistolshooting Russell Earl Manning and that, after the bottle throwing, In other circuit court action marijuana possession were Richard case of Paul :
shotgun wrestling Thomas Manning, also he went across the street to Wright, on a charge
and bottle throwing incidentat brothers, and Marshall Eavesas the general merchandise store
the Lawtey the assailants who attacked operated by J. L. Waters to 4
Recreation In Court
Center. him at the time. request Waters' aid and Busy Day For Lawtey ManTuesday

Other charged at the time of After knocking him down to assistance in the affray,
the incident the floor, Robert Lee Martin pending arrival of deputies
in addition to Dec. 11,
was a
Martin, were Marshall Eaves said, "One of you get the s.o.b. from the Sheriff's Department busy day for defendant Robert Dec. 11: for following too closely; 1iZED I
Hubert II
Armstrong, Lester Woods
for aggravated assault by the foot, drag him outside Eugene bond
Lee Martin.
and
Ronald Earl Martin, and we'll kill him," Starling Waters responded to the call Albert Williams Ranson, set at $251 for displaying
brotherof Martin trial before
the testified. for help armed with a shotgun. was on George E. Davis, John G another's tag. Arrest order
defendant in this case, After Upon cross-examination of Judge Elzie Sanders in County Dexter, Jr., Richard L Fill, issued.
and the being dragged about
Manning brothers, Court on a charge of driving William Patrick IMcCombs Germaine
10 feet Starling by Assistant Public Ouellette
toward the door !
Defender Richard Parker, while intoxicated, and in the Jeffery Lee Baker, and DavitJ. Rodrique and Ilona Horvath,
Starling's
revealed that he testimony Starling finally disengaged his Starling testified that Robert other courtroom just across Jangen, each charged with $36 each for failure to yield
had
approached been weapon from his pocket and Lee Martin and Russell the way, he was having a jury having no valid driver's right-of-way by entering highway -
by Marshall managed to fire trial in Circuit Court on a license. All were dismissed. Martin
tried Vanis
Eaves and Russell \ a single Manning to take the ; Rosier, $36
Manning at charge of aggravated assault Carrole Sapp Garret, Clifton for failure to have
warning shot, skyward, shotgun away from Waters. vehicle ,
approximately 9:45: p. m on through the door. During the encounter Martin When all the verdicts were Aubrey Polk, Rufus Alvin under control.
Saturday, with evening Aug. 18, His assailants open bolted said, "I'll kill me a Waters in they added up to a total of a Riley,John Covess Lee and M. Bond set at $251 in each of A I
1973 demand
a from the years time in the county jail.. J. Slocum were each fined $36 two
two that they be through the door, hoping to before the night's over, cases against Julius Lynn
the permitted to outrun the next bullet, crying Starling testified. Judge Theron A. Yawn or 3 days on charges of McKenzie for no valid inspection -
patronize, skating rink. out, "He's got a pistol. Let'sgo Other witnesses for the state, imposed the one year jail term careless driving certificate and no
Starling noting that they were get a shotgun. were Dale Norman, Joseph B. on Martin's conviction for Frik Lune Lindgren, Great
in an intoxicated condition, After the men assault and battery, after the Tommy Roger Cowart, Tito tag.James Ardell Drawdy, $36 Gifts of Love
re-grouped
and had cans of beer in their I guilty verdict was returned bya Guilarte, Kevin Marcus for failure
outside the skating rink, to have vehicle and Peace Be Yours this
possession at the time, con Starling stated, he, while six man jury. (See separate Bradley! and YamaeataYoshinii under control and $46 for
trary to the establishment'sno story on that trial.) on charges the of Christmas.
standing in the doorway, 01 leaving scene an ac
drinking policy, After that sentence Martin
requested heard a bottle whiz by his unlawful speed, were each cident.
Eaves and planning to take head, and then another pled guilty to the DWI chargein fined $36 or 3 days. Bonds were forfeited by the
their drinks outside and away followed immediately. He County Court, and Judge Other cases and dispositionswere following on unlawful speed
from the premises. Sanders handed down a 60 day
identified Robert Lee : charges: Horace Vincent
Martinas
Because of the hostile at- the thrower of the first jail term, and revokedMartin's Sheri Smith Burch, $26, for Bolden, Donald Ray Webb, Hercules
titude of the two driver's license for
men Starling bottle and Marshall Eaves the a improper driver's license; Donald Sherrall Barnes,
called the county jail to report period of six months. In Curtis Lee
thrower of the second. Armstrong, $36 for Thomas Walsh, Sam
the incident and made a Upon impact of the first pronouncing the sentence unlawful speed; Edward H. Harrison, Jerry Lee Mack,
request that a deputy be bottle, Starling's daughter Judge Sanders stipulated that Strong, $21 for running stop Michael Lee Morgan, Blanche
dispatched to his place of Debbie it would be served con- Mae Cox
Jean cried Doyle Edward
out that
,
business, in the event that "Dale has been hurt." currently with the one imposed sign.Larry George Griffis, $26 Starling, Gerald Saunders Incorporated
trouble_ would develop l? later.iujcmionai. / on Martin by Judge for running a railroad Robertson, Arthur Rondal,
1\5 au vebnstma Yawn in the Circuit Court crossing; Johnnie Jackson, Thaxton..
[FLORIDA trial. $36 for stopping on the Bonds were forfeited by
Other traffic cases disposedof traveled portion of highway; Dorothy I. Merrill and Jesse I
301DRIVEIN in County Court Tuesday, Horace Dean, case dismissed Walter Bardette


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LEGALSNOTICE LEGALS LEGALSNo. LEGALS LEGALScorner Nostalgia! returns to tree trimming



OF INTENTIONTO following wit described real propertyto : 18, the said point of beginning. of said Southeast Quarterof crafters make
:
REGISTER North half of Northeast Commencing at the point of Northeast Quarter and run as own ornamentsLegend

FICTITIOUS NAME intersection of the west line of BOARD West along the Southerly
Quarter less and excepting Five (lei) SCHOOL
Section 30 Township 5 South boundary thereof a distance of
MEMBER RESIDENCE AREA tells us that the
((51 in the Northeast Corner
Pursuant to Section 866.09 acres Range 21 East and the Bradford- 145.94 feet to an Iron stake on first Christmas tree II
No. 5 was
thereof described : revealed -
particularly as :
Florida Statutes notice Is Union county line (New River) Westerly boundary of the
the North 340 feet of the East Commencing at the point of the In a miracle to Boni '
hereby given that the undersigned 660 feet Of Northeast quarter of thence run south along said convergence of the Bradford- right-of-way of a county road for face, an English mission- KEYSTONE -'MELROSE

Paul Richard Torode, section line and extension of beginning. From pointof
Northeast quarter of Section 2: Alachua county line (Santa Fe point ary, as he traveled through
Brownlee Road Starka, Florida thereof, to State Road 100, beginning thus described
northern
River) and the Bradford-Union Germany about
IN TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH
doing business under the firm thence run southeasterly along continue West, along said
RANGE EAST containing 75 county line (New River), thencerun 1,200 years ago. Business Directory
name of "Torode Electric", 431E. State Road 100 to its Intersection and Southerly boundary a distanceof Though Its
origins
acres more or less In Bradford northerly easterly along may
Madison Street Starke with Pratt Street, 684.93 feet to an iron stake;
County. Florida. the BradOird-Union: county line be lost In time, the stately
Bradford County Florida 32091. thence run north and east on North 16 degrees 35
l.essend except existing roads to the west line of Section 30 thence decorated evergreen tree Is
Intends to register said fictitious and rights-of-way. Pratt Street to its intersectionwith Township 5 South Range 21 minutes and 30 seconds West still an international Yule- FISHERMAN'S HARDWARE

name under the provisions of Orange Street, thence run and parallel to said Westerly
All that portion of the South- East, thence run south along tide symbol.
aforesaid statute. Paul Richard west Quarter of Northwest south on Orange Street to its said section line and extension boundary a distance of 331.8 In many countries around SUPPLIES GARDEN
Torode sole owner. Dated this intersection with Call Street said Westerly boundary a
Quarter of Northeast Quarter of thereof, to State Road 100 feet to the world, early ornamentswere
6th A. D. 1973at
of December
day thence run easterly along Call distance of 331.8 feet to an iron
Section 2, Township 6 South thence run southeasterly along hand-made and reflected -
Starke, Florida. 4tp 12/27 Street to Bessant Road, thencerun East and to HAAREFish'N'Stuff
stake thence parallel Slim'sti
Range 21 East lying Northwesterly State Road 100 to its Intersection ; local customs as wellas ?::;' Vi\\Me
east Bessant Road to
of graded road. along with Pratt Street said Southerly boundary a materials.For AND
the easterly boundary of the Cityof distance of 684.93 feet to an iron
Containing 2 1/2 acres more or thence run north and east on early American
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Starke, thence run north Pratt Street to its intersectionwith stake on said Westerly boun- Christmas celebrations tree GARDEN CENTER

less.The along the easterly boundary of thence South 16 degrees
thence dary; decorations
REGISTER above described real Orange Street run often Included
Bait.CricketsShinnersWorms A line or I IIIV\'.
the City of Starke to its intersection 35 minutes and 30 seconds East, complete
FICTITIOUS NAME property will be sold to the south on Orange Street to its paper chains, popcorn and BENJAMIN I\IOOHE PAINTS:.
with Alligator Canal said Easterly boundary, a Minnows
highest bidder on Thursday intersection with Call Street along cranberry strings as well as
thence follow the westerly distance of 331.8 feet to point of Ptumbing&EleclricalSupp.TACKLERODSREELS .
Pursuant to Section 866.09 December 27, 1973 at 12.00 thence run easterly along Call a variety of paper orna- Gro-Tone Fertilizers
of Canal the
course Alligator to .
Florida Statutes, notice is o'clock noon at the northwest Street to its intersection with beginning.This ments. ..
Insecticides
northeast of Lot Nine .
corner ((9)) .SIllNG & IIUNTING
hereby given that the undersigned corner of Bradford County Walnut Street, thence run Even today hand-made Lumber & Materials
Blanding SubDivision, thencerun notice shall be publishedone LICENSES+AMMUNITION: Building
Walnut Street to
E. W. Hodges Jr., Courthouse. southerly along decorations can give
your IIwy. 21 N. 200 yds From light
westerly along the north line ((1)) time in the Bradford ICE
301))
200 (US
State Road ,
New Hampton Beach Hamp- tree a touch of nostalgiaand
of Lot Nine ((9)) Blanding Sub- State County Telegraph a newspaper Keystone IIgts. 473-1357 Keystone Heights n3-I6II:1: :
ton, Florida 32044 doing Dolph E. Reddish Sheriff continuing southerly along warmth we all like at
Division to the intersection of circulated in Bradford County
,
business under the firm name of Bradford County Florida Road 200 (US 301)) to its in- the holiday season.
Jackson and St. Clair Streets,
Rorida.
"STARKE PAINT CENTER" 441 2t 1220IN continuing westerly along tersection with State Road 227, DATED this 13th day of So, get out scissors glue, CAMP TRAILERS TELEVISION-AIR C

West Madison Street, Starke, thence run westerly and yarn and ribbon. Collect
Jackson Street to the Seaboard December 1973.
,
Bradford County, Florida 32091. southerly along State Road 227
Christmas cards with bright,
Intends to register said fictitious THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Airline Railroad thence run to State Road 18, continuing (SEAL) bold designs, gift wrapping ROBBIE'S CAMP ATHEISPPLIANCE
northerly along the Seaboard GILBERTS. BROWNAS
name under the provisions of FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL westerly and southerly along papers and some card- TV I
Airline Railroad to its in- CLERK OF
aforesaid statute.E. CIRCUIT IN AND FOR State Road 18 to the west line of board. TRAILER SALES
tersection with Adkins Street THE CIRCUIT COURTBy
W. Hodges Jr., sole BRADFORD COUNTY. CIVIL Section 28 Township 7 South These suggestions from Quasar
thence
run westerly along
owner. ACTION. Range 21 East, thence run south Safety-Low Gas-C.G.
designers at American T\-STEUEO
Adkins Street to its intersectionwith Donna M. Branson
NO. 73-304 : Price and Gaton lot
Dated this 26th day of CASE along said section line and on
Greetings are easy to exe- GAR AND POHT.\BLf
State Road 200 (Temple Deputy Clerk
,
November A. D. 1973 Starke the iii Low Exclusive"
at extension thereof to
cute and pleasing to the TAPE DECKS
Avenue) thence
run northerly It 12/20
Florida In Re: The Marriage of JAMESH. Bradford-Alachua county line Tossing Insurance
and along State Road 200 (Temple JAMES: W. UOBI SO'll: Corn mercialand
11/294t 12/20 GOODSON Husband thence run westerly and nor eye.To make traditional Hesldt'ntlal
Avenue) to Farmers Market a
OLLIE JUANITA W. GOOD- therly along the Bradford- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF I'ROP
Polish ornament, cut ,Conditioning
Road thence paper {
run westerly along
3,5 Miles S. of
SON Wife. Alachua county line to its FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL Keystone,
for circle
Farmers Market Road to State out a pattern a SILES&SFIiYII'E

NOTICE OF Road 16, thence run northwesterly convergence with the Bradford- CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR about 4'/i'\ inches in diam- 475.20:15: KEYSTONE:. 47:1-1651:
SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE OF ACTION Union county line, the said pointof BRADFORD COUNTY.
along State Road 16 eter. Then use shiny or .

to the Bradford-Union beginning. CASE NO. small patterned gift paperto AUTO SERVICE
Notice is hereby given that I, To: Olie Juanita W, Goodson county IN PROBATEIn
Dolph E. Reddish, Sheriff of Pleasant Grove line (New River), thence run 2. That this resolution be fully make 15 circles of this

southwesterly along the spread the minutes of this size. Cut each circle (to
Bradford under Greec, South Carolina upon
County, Florida re: The Estate of OSHIE KEYSTONE Ray's Shell
Bradford-Union county line to School Board in compliancewith within\ inch of the cen-
and by virtue of Wnt of
Execution to wit: YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a the west line of Section 30 Chapter 230.061 Florida HARTON deceased. ter) Into eight sections. WI'f'ckt'r' Sen Ice

Execution issued out of the Petition for Dissolution of Township 5 South, Range 21 Statutes. NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll Roll each segment tightly AUTO SERVICE We monitor channe113,8.

Circuit Court of Bradford Marriage has been filed againstyou East the said point of begin- 3. That a certified copy of this (perhaps around a skewer 6; ?>

ning. resolution be delivered to the ) to form a curled, cone 2): t 111lS. .. I
Rorida and required to front I'.ndlignml'nt .
County to are
pursuant a you creditors of the estate of SFItI'l'E: .
final judgement for Ralston serve a copy of your written Clerk of the Circuit Court of OSHIE HARTON deceased, are shape. String all 15 circles Speed Whf'el Balancing ;- ,

Purina Company against Bernard defenses, if any, to it on (c) SCHOOL BOARD Bradford County, Florida for hereby notified and required to together on gift cord pull _4AAA
MEMBER RESIDENCE AREA
and Wilma WAYNE P. CASTELLO recording in the Public Recordsof Air Conditioning Service Keystone
al
Emanuel et No.3 file any claims or demands tightly and knot to hold.

defendants in the amount of Petitioner's attorney whose : Bradford County, Florida in which they may have against Leave enough cord to tie to Oav ('all 47:1.:1011:1: : :

44100.62 together with costsof address is 1133 N. W. 23rd intersection Commencing of the at southernmost the point of compliance with Chapter said estate in the office of the the tree branch.To Drake Semite :-'hhts;: -Iji.211:111:
Florida
230.061 Statutes.
collection. Avenue Gainesville, Florida circuit of Bradford make and cord
I I. E. Sheriff before January 15 right-of-way of State Road 18 4. That a certified copy of this judge yarn l.ubrlcatlon-Oil Change JOHNSON AUTO
Dolph Reddish of 32601 on or the County, Florida in the courthouse decorations you'll need
Bradford County have seized 1974 and file the original with and Bradford-Clay county resolution be forthwith deliveredto
at Starke. Florida, within cardboard, colorful Jumbo TUNE-UP
line thence and
and have in the the Clerk of this Court either run northerly the Honorable Jeneva M. TUlle l'p
my possession westerly to State Road 100 four ((4)) calendar months from yarn and metallic cord from General Repairing-
Flynn, Supervisor of Elections
following described real propertyto before service on Petitioner'sattorney the date of the first publicationof local giftwrap supply
your :
nlilll's
thence run northwesterly along Bradford County Court House ( dear Tires ( U.built.
wit immediately
: or State Road 100 to Water Street Starke, Florida. this notice. Each claim or center Cut out shapes likea :Muter :\It'l1I1I1'( !Shop \Volk.lutomatlc
North half of Northeast thereafter, otherwise a default demand must be in and bird
writing angel ,
stocking ,
Teansntinsiou.fir
within the city limits of Starke 5. That a certified of this ( '
copy
Quarter less and excepting Five will be entered against you for Florida must state the place of residenceand snowman or free form from ('end itionhtgi
continuing northerly resolution be forthwith tran-
in the Northeast the relief demanded in the
acres corner along Water Street to its intersection smitted to the Honorable postoffice address of the lightweight colored poster Ulk. E. OU 21 and 1111k. Tires Batteries

thereof particularly described as Petition. with Call Street (State Richard B. Stone, Secretary of claimant and must be sworn to board or old Christmas N. Oil 1111)) :\1011.-1"1'1." iIII.\\1-61'\1:: : :
the North 340 feet of the East66C' WITNESS hand and the
my Road 2301), thence run easterly State, The Capitol, Tallahassee, by the claimant his agent or his cards. KEYSTONE:. IIGTS. 4jl-l052': SOIl. 7:3(1-I:: ( I'M:
feet of the Northeast seal of this Court on December
or it will become void
along Call Street (State Road Florida in compliance with attorney 1.\KEiE:\F\\: -liI-lIli:
Quarter of Northeast Quarter of 1973.
according! to law. Wind and cord
glue or
230)) to Bessant Road thencerun Chapter 230.061 Florida
Section 2: IN TOWNSHIP 6 Bessant Road Dated this 7th day of yarn to the shapes you have
east along to Statutes. REAL ESTATE BEAUTY SHOP
SOUTH RANGE 21 EAST GILBERTS. BROWNAs
the of the December A. D. 1973. cut out to outline them,
easterly boundary City 6. That in compliance with
containing 75 acres, more or less Clerk of the Court
in Bradford Donna M. Branson of Starke thence run north Chapter 230.061, Florida form details or create patterns -
,
County Florida. By H.
Pierce
along the easterly boundary of Statutes certified of this George For example-outline NeilsReal
a Richard Lovorn
Less and except existing( roads As Deputy Clerk copy Executor of the Estate of the partridge's feathers and
of Starke intersection
the City to its resolution be forthwith tran-
and 12/134t 110.RESOLUTION
rights-of-way. OSHIE HARTON deceased wings the angel's face, armsor Beauty Style Shop
All that portion of the South- with Alligator Canal smitted to the Bradford County Estate Broker

thence run along the westerly Telegraph, a robe design.
west Quarter of newspaper
Quarter of Section 2,Northeast Township OF THE course of Alligator Canal to the published in Bradford County Rrst publication on: Dec. 20 For an Interesting effect/ LAKE PROPERTIES "1"0"" a lot eliel'
SCHOOL
BOARD OF
6 South, Range 21 East lying COUNTY FLORIDA BRADFORD TO southeast corner of Lot Eight ((81) Florida, for publication therein in 1973 shapes may be filled in solIdly RESIDENTIAL UU"

Northwesterly of graded road. DESCRIBE BY BOUNDARY Blanding SubDivision, thencerun its issues of December 13, 1973, 12/204t 1/10/ on both sides with yarnor Phone 1i-2211;; .I
cord for an-all-over BUSINESS-ACREAGE
the south line pat-
Containing 2 1/2 acres more or westerly! along and the final publication to
AND DEFINE BY NUMBER
THE
of Lot Eight ((8)) Blanding appear in the issue of December tern. Punch a hole in top INSURANCE

less.The SCHOOL RESIDENCE BOARD AREAS MEMBER SubDivision to the intersectionof 20 1973; and that upon final IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF of ornament or glue cordor 1i:1-:12U:{ : : Keslone BrurcnKeystonellgts ( ,
above described ONE ((1))
real Jackson and St. Clair Streets yarn loop to top for
publication thereof an affidavitby FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL
1iI-Ili12: .
property will be sold to the THROUGH FIVE ((5)) OF THE hanging. 1I.'ilthlS
highest bidder on Thursday, SCHOOL DISTRICT OF continuing westerly along the publisher of said CIRCUIT IN AND FOR ("Iia Terwillega( !ttil-;;II 13;; & :\It'h'OM' '
Jackson Street its in
to newspaper be made and filed BRADFORD COUNTY. Edna
KII'I'III' 47:1.4111"larthaDurbbt :
December BRADFORD
27 1973 12:00 COUNTY
at
: tersection with the Seaboard
o'clock FLORIDA with this original resolution and CASE NO. : 1iJ-I\li2: : :\
noon at the
northwest
corner of Bradford County Airline Railroad thence run made a part hereof. IN PROBATEIn .Iim Fo 1i:1-: II! L (lll C1! 'i !i ..
northerly along the Seaboard BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat '
Courthouse. WHEREAS The School ( .11. \Ic.\fl'e: il-tOjU: 1. ..
Airline Railroad to its intersection all resolutions and parts of re: The Estate of OSHIE ]loulqu'Iemht.'r ; !
Board of Bradford County voted \:
.' with Adkins Street, resolutions relating to School HARTON deceased. S. E. McKAY REALTOR
Ddph E.
Reddish Sheriff unanimously at its regular
thence run westerly along
Board Member Residence Areasin

Bradford County, Flonda meeting held on December 5, Adkins Street to its intersection conflict herewith are hereby NOTICE OF PROBATETO :\ uf!'ud..h' ul !'t., ".11 alUl.\,.(... ""'It's :\
4t 11 29.12/20 1973, to redefine the school
with State Road 200 (Temple and forever repealed.BE Resideotiallpprainers For'l'hel'ampldeN. .

board member residence areas Avenue), thence run northerly IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat ALL PERSONS INTERESTED ullla n J \.
of Su'i't i I J
the school district of Bradford logTIlk.lreaFur
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF County andWHEREAS along State Road 200 (Temple this resolution shall be IN THE ESTATE OF 211 fears Ihtl,2IRetttceu t .
Avenue) to its intersection with effective Keystone' A 11eh u.r *'
immediately upon its SAID DECEDENT: \\
'I' THE SECOND JUDICIAL said Board :1f\11'1IIlIgI'r : 1i:1-1i1ll: I Ill's.Uulul''s.iiIIllHl.P
State Road 16 ( Brownlee 17.-2211
; CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR adoption. :\
unanimously approved con liI-lliuU: :
Street), thence run easterly THE SCHOOL I
BOARD OF You are hereby notified that
BRADFORD COUNTY. a :11 r.JoanneCassell' :
said school member
forminng 1i-/II2/ :!
State Road 16 (BrownIes
Z FLORIDA CASE NO 1.1952 residence areas with the County along BRADFORD COUNTY, written instrument purporting to :\1t'I.I..lh'. Huhill,(l1I Ii.-WI.:
Street) to its intersection with FLORIDA be the Last Will and Testamentof CONTRACTOR

Commissioner's Districts, in IIO\lI-S:\ : .\CHKIIU"IT'I ; -:
j In Re The Estate of EVA WOOD the Seaboard Airline Railroad Seeber D. Goodman, Chairman said decedent has been
Bradford County Florida. thence Johnny Blaine Thompson admitted to in this : >;
i STUMP. Deceased. run northerly along the probate n
f NOW, THEREFORE BE IT Seaboard Airline Railroad to the ViceChairmanH. Court. You are hereby com- UHi"I'I'hulI" IjI-III/II; / l"ulIp/, /(' nn

t NOTICE OF FILING RESOLVED by the School north line of Township 6 South, A. Lawson, Member manded within four calendar ,

I PETITION FOR FINAL Board of Bradford County, thence run east along the north Rodney P. Hall, Member months from the date of the first FiJI Dirt 11"1'1"1'1.1' ; ,, ('.

f DISCHARGE OF Florida, in Special Meeting duly line of Township 6 South to the Arthur N. Holliday, Member publication of this notice to ::: ;,. la\I-U.\L:: : :
l'ON'I'I.Il"I'OIis13eiicll !
assembled this 6th day of :
EXECUTRIXES Bradford Clay county line, ATTEST: Jim Temple, appear in this Court and show '
Sand .
"t 1Of e December. 1973, as follows: thence run south along the Superintendent of Schools. cause if any you can, why the HIUUAMK( : TOTING n:. 1 irrn.ed' litauedF't'al

'I'beI.ind.tl'ed.nII.iou's't'ractor ,
have filed our final returns as Constitution of the State of southernmost right-of way of said will to probate should not !Max'" Kiu-lor in u rlioirr. of II* |pnoliqur .\

JJ executrixes of the estate of EVA Florida and Chapter 230.061 State Road 18 the said point of stand unrevoked. <;<>l WOOD STUMP deceased; that Florida Statutes the School beginningd I will not be responsible for ; pcrraotes cuddled in \\rorL! !SI l. lid. :21! :N.

District of Bradford County is debts incurred by anyone other GEORGE L. PATTEN .... 1'/1./ Iht.6J7
inn have filed our petition for t nl's. ,. S.hi.ti-C..t.. rune
;'' distribution and for final hereby and herewith divided into ( ) SCHOOL BOARD than myself. Circuit Judge in four riiptmitinff; ; tutu
discharge and that on January five (151 school board member MEMBER RESIDENCE AREA Walter H. Johns Bradford County, Florida '.. ..."' .......trun.1 pciirN Electric Co

18 1974. we will apply to the residence areas numbered one No. 4. 2tp 12/20./ or chic i, liiiw li<*.. .

Honorable George L Patten, (through) five ((51 inclusive, the Commencing at .the intersection By: Clerk Hank Bruning IAen '% \\ n'II."o\lIt.,

Circuit. Judge of Bradford boundaries of each being of the southernmost IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF '

County. Florida for approval of herewith separately describedas right-of way of State Road 18 THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR First publication on: Dec. 20 11011 KV <;oi i/t I'.O. I BON II ( ''11I nw'd.11,

!said final returns and for an : and the Bradford Cldy county CUlT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR 1973 /Holly comes in over 100vnrit'U.s II'H 1I..ill'nli.11

ordor of distribution and for final lal) SCHOOL BOARD line thence run northerly and BRADFORD COUNTY. 12/2041 110When and Is almost universally 1111111' ',( /.3-I/lI. ( 1 l 0'1'" II'sl
MEMBER RESIDENCE AREA ':Irttritalhillarr.Key .
discharge as executrixes of the westerly to Stale Road 100, CASE NO. 73 190 grown.

Mof\\ EVA WOOD STUMP, Not' thence run northwesterly along I .aft J;(, (+ elleva >lunellg):t" 47.i<:i6u2, ;!

deceased Commencing at the point of State Road 100 to Water Street GERALDINE WALLACE

DATED this, 7th day of intersection of the north line ofTownship within the city limits of Starke (formerly known as Paper Work .
.
6 South and the
DucsmbHr, 1973 Florida continuing northerly GERALDINE EDMONDSON,

EVELYN STUMP GRIFFIN, Seaboard Airline Railroad along Water Street to its in Plaintiff. vs. WALTER R ED Made Easier

thence run east to the Bradford- MONDSON Defendant Take from the
Executrix tersoction with Call Street (Sidle a tip
thence expertson
line run
LILLIAN STUMP Clay county Road 230)), thence run westerly a

ExecutrixM north along the Bradford Clay along Call Street to its intersection NOTICE OF SALE

county line to the Bradford \with Walnut Street

HOWARD WILLIAMSPost Baker county line thence run thence run southerly along NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN S caring for your washer.
the Bradford Bakercounty
Office' Box 382 vwsl along Walnut Street to its intersection that pursuant to a Final

Talldhabs! Florida 32302 line to the Bradford with State Road 200 (US 301)) Judgment for Partition unlived l

Attorney 'Executrixes Union county line, (New River, ), continuing: southerly along,! State on December 6, 1973. in the We' went straight. lo a l.ulI1drhcrc (Ihl'd")

12/134t 1/3 thence run southwesterly along Road 200 ((3011) to its Intersection above cupliofied cause, Hut I I. -

the Bradford Union county line with State ROd 1 227 thence run Gllx'it S. Brown, us Clink of the R (','cr a thousand; pounds of wash a \H.d.krc I

with State ....
to its intersection Circuit Court of
westerly and southerly along Bradford ire some tt( the (11that told
NOTICE OF t
southwesterly tic
Road 16, thence run 3 expeits
Slate Red 227 to its in County Florida will sell 1 the real)

SHERIFF'S SALE Us intersection along State with Road Farmers 16 to lersoction with State RUK| 18, property hereinafter' kiscrilxMl': dl It's in I 1. 1 Don't, tiltiluad, You'll onK break., d.'\\ 11 I thebearings

continuing westerly and public !sale ut the East Entrance: -
HrAir.H, is heroby given, that I I.o I. Market Road thence run southerly' ( State Hiss) 18 to to the Bradford County CourtHouse 1 in \otir machine.

DMph E Reddish Sheriff of masterly along Furrows Market the west! lire of Section 28 Stdrke Florida, on Print rf 2. 1 Don't I use too much ,kl1 ,,'nl.( I Delcigcnl, residue

Brfj'ifrjr'J County Florida unrkir Road to State Road 200 Township" 7 South Range 21 CBtnlf! 28. 19/3. lit 10 00 1 + '
\\ illeenlu.illxvear I I h,,'
on
urn I !try virtue of Writ of ITnmrile Avenue' .), thence run u duck A M Tim, pllmp and bell.
East thence run !south along 1 property| is Business forms '
Exnoul"jn to wit vuitrwtrly along SIdle Road! 200Tfimpln ) s."(l section line, and oxtonsion locuKxl' in Bradford County r a i. Make.", err'. 111\. \\ ,,11' ilrainsivnvellv (C'luvktnir\ '' .
EjciMitirm issuwi out of the ( Aveniwil to State' Road letterheads save
thereof! to its intersection with FlorKli and is mom |iilir.iilitly ;"rpli.m"kakr'r l pliunlvr ale'ul ihe
Circuit, Court of Bradford 16 IBrownlwo Street' ), thence run headaches j piojvrsie
< kS.rilx'd time
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Inn Bradford Al.xhiwi. LounlyIon. as follows: you h ....
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County, Florida ,pursuant" to a ',II st IlJrly on Sidle Road 16 .., thence, run southerly and We follow .

. final |urfcjKm"nl (for Rdlston (Brownlee Street") to t the eusterly along the Bradford A parcel of land containing j 5 4. Ch.l.lh.11'[ u.islicr j is

Purina' Company against B tf SculxxinJ l Amine, Railroad, orders.
Aliichua county line to the acres lying' ) in IN) SoirtheiiKtQiiiirtur your kHtt'fil! \\oiri\ibralcitseir( '
ruir'J end Wilma Emanuel. nt /al. lr !ry-;" run norttierly nlorxj) the i .
of ,
Putnam Northeast \
county linn twice' runread Qii.irU! of .
,"..f.tnf'Hrtl\' the amount nttrx &.!<"ilirMKr| Airline Riiilro.nl to its 5 .. into trouble. Adjust it \\ ilh .1 I -.1
l dorm the Putnam' t.ni say' Township 7 South
544,1r/r2 ),,'th,,r with costs Ifll"r".loon with the, north linn lino lo the BriKlforrl Clay (.utility Range! 22 East Bradford l lCounty 'I'I.'IIriIfold. Ice turns of[the le\eliim ',',,'1. B

rjf UAlurtinri.I ,. 6 South the Mot) Homo ,,
nt r"wr''I' caul l II A Ih.MI' >MIMi tPeople.
line, ""''''.0 run north I ulixx' ) llHriicttofil ", Fkviifci. rune) IHMKI) nxuopmticuliirly

I, CWfih t RwHish.', Sheriff ofHwlfrjr'l f fnxnt tjl h."nnl"| <| Clay i.oiirity linn to Iictersrr.lnn dcscrilxKl/ follows: ( :o.'I'cIrgrilpll" ..serving people.

County have snnaril /
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FOR RENT:2 bedroom trailer on

FOR SALE Registered Angus Bessant Road. Call 9647492.If United 0,0. Carnes
Jacksonville AD RATES Bull Calves. J. B. White. no answer 431-1877. 1tp Farm PumpsNew

Deadline for Phone 964-6114. tfchg KJear j :J.ee Agency, Inc Nursery iF
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DirectoryAUTO Tuesday Noon preceding ----------- FOR RENT: 1 bedroom, fur- Service REG. REAL ESTATE BROKER And UsedSALES THOUSANDSOF PLANTS FRUIT
Thursday before
publication. nished house, no children or PAUL IRENE TREES. SHADE TREES.
SALES AND Minimum Charge 12.00 MOBILE HOME MOVING. Also pets. 9645884. 1tchg. FAULKNERASSOCIATES PARTS EVERGREENS CAMELLIAS
(Covers 15 Words) mobile home hurricane anchoring 9'
AZALEAS. ROSES MOST IN
SERVICE LICENSEDINSURED SERVICE
Each word over 15 and mobile home roof
------- CANS -
-- PLANT
--- ANYTIME
10 cents coating. Olin's MOBILE Home 2305 N TEMPLE AVE. DEEP a SHALLOW WELLS
Parrish Motors Service. 964-5606, Rt. 100 W. STARKE. FLA, 964-5O65 LANDSCAPING 23 MI.
All Classified FOR RENT 3 BR house and FREE S E. OF STARKE. HWY too
Ads must be Starke. Fla. tfchg ESTIMATES WANT TO SELL OR BUY PlulnbingSupplies .
paid for in advance unless apartments in Starke, also I FLORAHOME 659-2165
SALES you PO. REAL ESTATE?
house in BOX 605
have an established country. W. H.
SERVICE VOLVO with the account fIREwOOD/ Nollman. tfchg m.INJ CALL US FOR BEST PRICES EXPERT SERVICEON
Telegraph in that -- PINE, a., J1oJd PROSPECTS WAITING TFCHG
PARTS event 50 cents extra charge Cyprus and hardwood! Truckload 475-2233 ALL MAKES
for ------------ DAY OR NIGHT
billing. Not
responsible for deliveries. Call 4681551or MILLER-Brown
ALWAYS GOOD USED CARS CHEYENE CROSS PHONE 964.7061
errors when
given over the 9648331. 4tchg. 12/27
921 LAURA LJ
ST phone or when copy Is not FOR RENT: Looking for a lot to BONNELL ,
PH 356-5654 typed and brought to the of. put your mobile home? 2 83013T1122JIMMY Martin DurrancePUMP 1

fite. FREE months on yearly lease. __ I
PIANOS FOR SALE: Red Cedar $30 monthly, all city conveniences Campers 8e: SUPPLY CO.

Christmas trees, 9645614.Mrs. No children under
YAMAHA PIANOS tttttaat. W. A. Stern. 3tp 12/20 16. BRADFORD PARK. North MOORE'S u.s. 90 WEST LAKE CITY 864N. TEMPLE AVE. VolkswagenNEW

CONN AND KIMBALL Temple. 4tchg. Sun SportsMORE PHONE 752-3723 I

ORGANS I t FOR SAIDFOR J ------------ 12/27.- BOAT FOR BEST SELECTION OF I Magic Transparent tape, all 8e: USED ?
FOR TRAVEL TRAILERS sizes. Bradford
TV Color ------- County
picture tubes
only
$79 plus labor Dahmers YOUR MONEY TF MINI-HOMES Telegraph. TFTypewriters SALES SERVICE

I STARKE PH TRUCK CAMPERSAND
.
Discount. tfchg.DOUBLEWIDESm 964-5791
Smith-Corona; 1MI NORTH OF THE MALL
TOPPERSFULL electric and manual Bradford GAINESVILLE TF
SALE 12 57 Great AUTOMOBILESUSED
)x Lakes COMPLETE OUTBOARD aSTERN :
mobile home, 2 BR 2 bath, DRIVE SERVICE LINE OF PARTS AND County Telegraph. TF

good condition, located 4 We have AND REPAIR SERVICE TF

miles N.of Lawtey, U. S.301. them 24 )x 66, 3 or 4 BR, 2

KIMBALL "SWINGER" Ph. 2895311. Itp baths, only $8,995. Your FOR SALE: 1970 Plymouth Gold: COMPLETE REPAIR FIBERGLASS OLINS MOBILE HOME SALES .
double wide specialist. Direct
ORGAN ------------ Factory Outlet. Big'G' Mobile reasonable Duster, $995 offer. or Call best 964- CUSTOM BUILT FIBERGLASS Long ChampHome HWY. 100 W. PH. 964.5606 < Ln

Home Sales, Highway 90 FISHING BOATS r ,
ROOSEVELT 388-8519 MALL FOR SALE: 1973 Starcraft East, Lake City, Fla. Phone 8029. Itp and THIS IS YOUR DREAM HOME

2929 N W 13TH GAINESVILLE Camper, take over paymentsof 752-3201. 12/6 4tchg 12/27 ------------ Fir r 24X65 PEACHTREE DOUBLE WIDE 3 BEDROOM.
$800 balance. $100 equity. A.A.l\feeting [Building MaterialsWE 2 BATH FAMILY ROOM ft: CARPET THROUGHOUTFALL
964-8696. Itp ------------ CLOSE-OUT SALE-514.99 >
SALE
FOR : 1969 Chevy 4 door, BUILD
[ FOR factory air, $995. Ph. 964- FRIDAY NIGHT 12X60 2 BR. FULLY FURNISHED $4499Tractor TF
SALE
Wrangler ------------ : Firewood, delivered
8426. 1tp 8:30 P.M. "YOUR PLANS OR OURS
split ready to bum, hardwoodand :
Boots FOR SALE: Duo-compact lightered.$40 per truck or YOUR LOT OR OURS"
------------ 390 N. CHERRY ST.
; 1 transistor organ $375. Lester by cord. Phone 964-5659.2tp
1 FOR THE Piano $300. Dinette set $20. 12/13.12/20 FREE ESTIMATES
FOR SALE 1967
Polara
: Dodge ,
'
Phone 782-3576. WANT TO DRINK. THAT'S Co.
tip Hipp .
WHOLE P/S. P/B, A/C. Ph. 9648846. REMODELING REPAIRS
] ------------ 2tchg. 1213.12120.SITUATIONS YOUR BUSINESS ADDITIONSHOMES80UGHTSOLD
'
1 FAMILY ------------

------------ WANT TO STOP.THAT'S Farm MachinesNEW
FOR SALE: Reduce safe and
TEACHER will add students in TRADED
fast with GOBESE tablets and OURBUSINESS
] the new year. Piano lessons,
] BOOTS beginner or advanced. 964- E-VAP"water pills", Andrews TF ACREAGE FOR SALE &: USED

1 L iu. 7710. 1 1tchg. Pharmacy, 356 W. Madison WANTED
1I St., Starke. 5tp 1/3/74 964-6853 4 MI. NORTH ON US 44TELEPHONE\ 372-3464

HWY 301 S. STARKE TF i
I -- ---- ------
CARL BEGGS
Handbags ------------
Gainesville, Fla.

Wallets GARAGE SALE: Sofa, baby WILL BABY SIT in my home Gulf Service

items, misc. items. Saturday FOR SALE: Sawdust and part time or for working Adult Mobile "WHERE SERVICE IS THE BETTER IDEA'
& Sunday. 1029 SouthgateDrive. shavings.We deliver. Ph.771- mothers. Ph. 964-7012. 2tp
100 STYLES OF WESTERN Ph. 964-7044. 1tp 2368 Jacksonville. 3tchg. 12/13, 12120HOUSES/ USED Home ParkIN
AND MODERN BELTS IN 12/20.
STARKE BUILDERSA
SIZES 18 TO 56 MADE OF -- --------- ------- - CITY LIMITS S3O A MONTH
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| THE FINEST LEATHER PARTSFOR COMPLETE BUILDING SERVICE
WALK TO NEIGHBORHOOD
LOTS -Zoned for mobile homes
| OBTAINABLE BY JUSTIN and houses. PHONE 964-527O 219 E WASHINGTON ST
Several sub- GROCERY AND NEW
INDIAN MOCCASINS divisions to choose from.Only MOST MAKESOF SHOPPING STARKE FLA.
MISCELLANEOUSFOR FOR SALE
WESTERN' 'SHIRTS 995 down: Monthly payment" CARS CENTERTF Cougolcum Shinyl Vinyl

to suit your budget. Ph. 468-
JO-LU COURT "THE NO WAX FLOOR" CO
1551 or 964-8331 ftchg $J
24 HR WRECKER SERVICE U.S. 301 SOUTH COMPLETELY INSTALLED COMPARE AT 96 50 *
New 3 BR
brick house
CARRADINESLeather central
longer PER SQ YD
-- ---- -- -- wear keep car-
pets clean with Blue Lustre. heat/air, wall to wall carpets. HWY 301 N. WALDO PHONE 964.8810
FHA TF Beautifully SculpturedHI
conventional
Shop FOR SALE: 8 mo. female Rent electric shampooer $1. or financing.Neat PHONE 468-199FJ

dalmation puppy Registered; Devrlck Inc.. 301 E. Call St. LOW NYLON
1 MILE SOUTH ON U. s. 301 2 BR frame house, fencedlot
good with children. $50. Call 964-6163. MANY COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM EXCEEDS
LAWTEY
FLA. $9,600 No hunting signs; for sale and
$6
97
9648301 for directions or FHA SPECIFICATIONS COMPLETELY .
PHONE 782.3400 rent signs. Bradford County
TF further info between 10:00: INSTALLED OVER RUBBER PADDING PER SO YD
3 BR frame house on 1/2 acre Telegraph. TF
a.m. and 4:00 p.m. tipI WANTED horse saddles, what FIAT Shag
have you got? Dahmers Adding machines
r.J I ------____ Discount tfchg. i Lakefront Lots in Keystonearea office supplies. Bradford; typewriters County; THE CARPET WITH THE NOW LOOK'

and Starke area. Telegraph. TF SALES PARTSSERVICE 100% CONTINUOUS FIL NYLON MANY TF|

FOR SALE --- NEW COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM COMPLETELY
: Registered Angusbull -------- AND USED Q-J QJ-
A. J.Thomas Realtor
5 years old. Gentle. INSTALLED OVER RUBBER PADDING PER SO YD O I iSIOBill's
205 N.Temple Ave. Anson'sMobile USED IMPORT CARS
Merrill Griff is. 964 6767. 1 Up STEAM CLEANING Engines of 964-6162

all types automotive, farm Homes Harfred Auto
.
- ------- 9648359.machinery Boyd Service, Ph SINGLES ft DOUBLE Imports Inc. ;; :;i.l:;
tfchg 2 Bedroom, Frame, Living WIDES ,
FOR SALE: Black female French Room, Dining Room, Kitchen, 1 EXPANDO ROOMS Si: ADD 509 E UNIVERSITY C. B.
Poodle puppy. Dahmers Bath, 301 North.
ON ROOMS
GAINESVILLE 372437CIA : Ave
Discount Itchg = 321 Temple
FREE DELIVERY AND SETUP
WANTED Used furniture, 3 Bedroom, CB Construction. 1 9B4-834G j
100 MILE RADIUS
--------- refrigerators, washers Dah.mer's 1 12 baths, Living Room, Dining Stcrke, Fla
Discount House. tfchg Room, Kitchen, Extra Long BANK FINANCING 1
FOR SALE Electric (E. JI L LtubTREE ( :
: stove oven Ramily I Room, Central Heat and HWY 17 NORTH All Types Of Electronic Equipment
elements replaced. Dahmers Air, Natural Gas, Large Lot, GREEN COVE
Discount. tfchg. SAWS SHARPENED work Esceptionally Nice TEL. 284-5OO1 SERVICEALL '

guaranteed. Call 964-7509 or 264-7311 TF TYPES TREE WORK 'EXPERT INSTALLATION
-- -- -------
leave at Jackson Building 3 Bedroom, CB Construction, 1 BULLDOZIER LAND
Supply, Starke or Keystone 1/2 baths. Living Room with CLEARINGCOMPLETELYINSURED
I FOR SALE: One 1972 model 14 Heights. Tfchg. Fireplace, Kitchen, Family FURNITURE AND LICENSED EXPERT ADVICEBill
G. E.
foot frostless I Room, Covered Patio.

refrigerator. reasonable. Call ----- ------- FurnitureAt FREE ESTIMATES Now Sells Hunting & Fishing licenses
r 964 6283, color avocado .
3 Bedroom,Antique Brick, 1 1/2 24 YEARS EXPERIENCEJAX
green 2tp 12/27 BUYING pecans daily at State baths Living Room, Dining Discount 768-8522 & All Management Permits <

Room, Kitchen, Double Garage,
Farmers Market J. R. COMPLETE OR STARKE 9649935IOTP Home of the
-- -- --
Magnetic Signs
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Wainwright. tfchg. Carpet Galore, Chain Link HOUSEHOLD .. <
Fence, 1.8 acre of land AdJacent FURNISHINGSUP t 1/31 24 Hour Service 4
WATSON'SHOUSE to Golf Course. A Beauty.
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VACUUMS TO 40% SAVINGS

10 Acres Land with Pecan Trees Your
Many brands of new vacuums FURNISHED home for middle
$39.00 Used machines Every 40' All Directions. Baxley Chair Co
up. aged lady,no small children or Real Estate
from $10. Expert Repairs all pets, non smoker, in city of 648 CASSETT 1 BLOCK 0000000000000000000000000000
70 Acres with Pecan Trees Off
makes Parts and Accessoriesfor
Broker
Starka. FROM MO TF
all vacuums. Built in 1tp------ 301 JACKSONVILLE 389-1741 TIRED OFWORKING
central vacuum cleaning
--- -
systems. 712 N. Main, 25 Acres, High Land on Paved AUTO ELECTRIC Bud-Sell-Trade-
Gainesville 3767110. TF Road. FOR
WANTED: Und in Bradford Appraisals
TF

Kittrell County, 140 contact Stockton George Street, Call us, we have more PEAVY Brothers CALL BILL POWELL SOMEONE ELSE?

Jacksonville, Fla. Ph. 771- OFFICE 964-6464
t Thoughtful gift 6989 4t|>. 12/27 Electric Co.
GEORGE ROBERTS RESIDENCE 964-6S1O\
Rapidly becoming a mustin REAL ESTATE ALTERNATORSSTARTERS-
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miKM: D..illl' I" \MOMi; all well-equipped homesfor

TilE: t.Kr.Ursr; : : <;I"TS. quick access to informa- 986 N.Temple Ave.,StarkePh. GENERATORS -

'mhs IKTTIM.: tion on why suddenly the CRACKING PECANS daily at .964-7826 REGULATORS SewingMachine
HH<
house may have been State Farmers Market, C. R. Wayne Douglas,AssociatePh.
la MKKOl -,'II plunged into darkness, Is a Bradford. 5tp 12/27. .964-6593 AUTOTRUCK SUNOCO

H\\K \ Mr:It in modern battery transistor
radio. ------------ Diesel
UIKIMMVDOYLE -.
Outside power may fall. INSURANCEAT 4044 LENOX AV JAX SALES AND SERVICE
But the battery operated
TF
transistor radios will oper- REDUCED RATES 387-2528 PFAFF ELNA

ate; which suggests a RENT AUTO. FIRE. BOAT NEW HOME ,
thoughtful gift, especiallyfor I Ihomes

the older folks. R''O: INSURANCE DOYLE E. CONNER AGENCY Poultry Equip, WHITE :I Looking For A .Change?

::HG
TF :
FOR 12' wide mobile Of All Kinds. $49.50 up Sunoco Offers

E. CONNER COLOR: IT outside city limits. J. I I
B. White Ph. 9646114. If R. Q. SIMMONS EQUIP. PARTS a REPAIRS ON ALL
no : '
The look of walnutgrainon 1. PAID TRAINING 2. FINANCING
Insurance Agency
vinyl is the most popular answer call 9646152. tfchg $ SAVE $ CO. OTHER MAKE MACHINESNational
3.3 BAY. 2 LIFT STATION 4. 3OOOOGAL/MO.
coloring for audio systems
222 N.Temple Ave. and digital clock radios this ------------ FRED DAVIS' 317 E. BROWNLEE ST ALLOCATION

year. But phono-viewers for FOR INFORMATION
CALL
STARKE. FLA. : '
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom brick
GMC TRUCKS
96-1-7369 children are In red and bungalow, Call 6 611 W. UNIV. AVE.GAINESVILLE .
corner
BUICK PONTIAC
white, or butterscotch and MIKE CAPEZZERA ((904)) 353.0941
stereo modules for teen- Orange. $66 per month. Ph. L LITTLE RIDE CAN PHONE 964-6819 FLA.
9646491. Itp EVENING (904)) 378-O1O8
agers come In gleaming SAVE YOU A LOT" TREEN F 378.1355 TF : TFDecetnber20l973

white blue or green. COVE SPRINGS" TFCHG
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ry-. f -' __ 1 : 1f Winema king kits make fun, I




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:your holiday gift list wine Ingredients, bottles, their craft. I
"Tainted" Car T 1 v smack of a certain same- labels for personalized Inscriptions Winemaking kits,concen-
ness? If so, you can add foil capsules, trates, dried fruit ingredi-
Suppose you lend your car to some sparkle to your yule- wire hoods, fermentation ents and complete wine- I I
friend, who uses: it to carry: narcotics tide giving with a gift Idea vessels, stoppers, siphon making accessories are j I
: If he Is caught: could your that's both fun and useful tubes, fermentation locks available through Sears
car be confiscated: : : -even though a home wlnemaklng kit. and Instructions. The indi- catalogs and many of its I

you were unaware of your friend's For centuries, successful vidual Cold Duck or Bur- larger retail stores.
illicit intentions? wlnemaking depended up- I
gundy kit sells for $9.99.
Stale laws on narcotics often do on a combination of "good I
For those listwho've
say exactly that. The car itself Is 7X luck" and secret family rec- already on joined your the ..E&# I
considered tainted by its misuse, ipes handed down from one make-your-own wine craze, I
and therefore subject to !>seizure. generation to the next. But I
there wine racks
deco-
are ,
From time to time, a lucklesscar o r j + today, modem technology rative storage barrels and I
owner will put up a fight in n 111 r has put all the necessary bota bags to complement iIIii
court lie will argue that he should -'- elements for successful a- i
not he penali/cd for someone ", wlnemaklng-Including the I
else's transgression. : 1rj grapes-into a compact kit. I;

r .;;. As a result, thousands of I II II II Ii
Americans are trying their II
'f hand at this ancient art as I
))-C1 a means of self-expression,
thriftiness and, more im- 4JoI
sa portantly, for the pride of iday

--. ... being themselves.able to say they madeIt

Sears 1973 Christmas Cat- o
1973-74 Strawberry Queen Kathy Brown takes part in the Christmas Parade Saturday morning in Starke. alog features a combination \
wlnemaklng kit for makingfive \
fifths of Cold Duck and '
Cheer
8-track cartridge equipment five fifths of Burgundy.
tape The kit, which sells for
Bui most courts have upheld (heconfiscation $14.99, Includes completeA
of the car. Two reasons

I I that are commonly this v ill l teach given car: owners popular for gifting music loverThe I

lo be more careful; about lending +
their cars to untrustworthyfriends y"s
; and. most popular Item later the person who receives with all Zenith modularsfor ll'esal ,r
2 ) that in fighting the thug! problem In audio entertainment this a gift such as this private listening. In ad- '' I 1 z
the state should not have the year Is 8-track cartridge may purchase a record dition they all can be con- "sP' :
dimcull' task of provin; the car, tape equipment. changer to plug Into the i
ownei'"s complicity Because of this, 8-track system.All )
verted to back discrete
play
\s one judge put it: units are built-in on many of Zenith's modular four-channel with 0 s' LT..I .
The I traffic: in narcotics is v> modular and console stereo stereo units and most of the tapes
the addition of a four- Q
heal' an evil as to justify the instruments.Some console stereo instrumentswith
diasiic. penalty of confiscdliun. 8-track units Just 8-track units builtinuse channel adapter, two extra
the I : public interest outweighs the play back pre-recorded the new Zenith Allegro speakers and a 2/4 chan-
loss sutfeied by the innocent car cartridges. Others are both Speaker System. This new nel 8-track player availableas 11))
owner." players and recorders, so Zenith system uses speaker an extra cost option.
Usually however an automobile that home recordings in enclosures with tuned ports
cm: be confiscated only if it stereo may be produced that vent out the front (In another
Cassettes
are way
wus "caught in the act" Thus, The player/recorders can modulars) or rear (in con- to in tape, and units designed -
be connected to soles) to extend the low go
sour car" could not he taken! away directly to play back and record -
all modular and frequency bass
practically
merely because: the authoiiiicstmd response. these are also built Into -
l that someone had! used it unlawfully console stereo systems for modular stereo Instru-
the day befoie, ycstcidivHuthcimoie recording via patch cords, The Allegro Speaker Sys- also offeredas
ments. They are
I you ale in a or where the 8-track is builtin tem Is so efficient In sound separate units that operate 7// 0 I
oiionttei\ position if the cur was not the same cabinet, It may reproduction that a 60-watt from batteries for full
nisi hoiiowed I but was taken without be used to record from the Allegro system delivers
lour consent radio, phonograph or tape sound performance equal to portability. , I In one case a youth was caught sections of these systems that of a 120-watt system f
v..,n"i vms: narcotics: in his mothcl'su without any patch cords. equipped with airsuspension Christmas music just
Hut/ when aiithonties tiled to In, addition, these units usually speakers of comparable seems to sound better whenit
come complete with size. Is played on a new Zenith
M.I/I. Ihc k.ii the mother pointed!
two microphones to record Exciting Rift! modular or console stereo
MM chat! hei son hid taken it -
unit, We Hope You Have the
,i- MM-I hei, express' oidersI "live. A modular stereo set Is
I mlii these ciiciinisLinces.. the The popular way one of the most exciting
.' HI i Ml cunti'cilliuna' simply Zenith Radio has 8-track gifts one can get for Christ- You needn't spend a for- Happiest of Holidays, the
... ,1t I I''.isiic' I the sours said chat tape units built into 11 mas, because of the flexibility tune on gifts to please your Born and the
family and friends, espe- Child is
'null I K "an aibitiaiy I invasion! of modular and console stereo it offers in terms of op- that ,
i Ill<. 'nutheis) properly I .lights\ instruments. A popular way tional add-ons which can cially if you remember
it's the thought that countsfor Message of Hope Rings
red by both the slate ando I to start enjoying 8-track be purchased later Stereo
.il C (institutions. ; tapes for someone who does headphones can be used Christmas. Around the World.i Cadillac Uniform I
not have an expensive collection -
\ |"....MM .rri..- f.iilunof Tlp .i i
of record discs Is a !.
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ALL OUR
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unit with built-in 8-track CompanyAll
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( businessman lo dio.These WISH ALL OF YOU VERY
,'oath i 'I'm not turned off. are less expensivethan '
I III i rill! down" ore that also has a ", ; i Denmark Furniture. of Star ke
MERRY CHRISTMAS 8t HAPPY NEW YEAR the Cadillac
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a). (.ordon Tulsa. phonograph included, and of People at Uniform
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Company wish !you all a

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