Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
December 28, 1972
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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1973 will bring several Important oJ .
,r i'' Abruptly Cut
changes to the Bradford '\:' .:
sheriff school
area a new ,
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superintendent, and county ,. .
Judge local implementation of
the state's new two tier court
system and Starke will abolish
Its court system and convertto Totaled

a five-member mayor-com- '
missioner government.

Chief Deputy JJolph Reddish '$26,000L
40, will succeed his father,
retiring Sheriff P.D. Reddish rI { wk

64, when the courthouse opens f
for business next Tuesday.Sheriff ,

leaves ddlsh's Tax Collector retirement J.R. Kel- :' I kP .

ly the senior official in the "That was a
courthouse; both took office in ; present,"

1949. -? r k cutive director
Jim Temple of Brooker' will f 3lr program In
'take office Tuesday as county Il said yesterday

, school superintendent, succeeding U.S. ;
...., torn Casey who he.dom.-. ..- it dvl yl-.' .I t ,.. cancellation culture's abrupt of ,.
by 55''Votes.EUjSSSnders .
.defeated -
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", ,a young,attorney, euc0ceede.eteran' -,' odf; ",;, ;< ',..
;County 'Judge (REAP),
"T Yawn Judges and projects as
eron as county
f. with expanded duties under Article ttrY Carver said
s sW
V of the new Florida Constitution would affect :1- I

the .state's peal Judicial I of the work load :
article. a i 1". eliminating

Yawn did not seek election i- carried on by t

as county Judge after 20 yearsat farmers in the
that post, but ran for a In these are: the +. -i. .,c'r4A

newly created circuit Judge's of permanent Sheriff P.O. Reddish' leather
presented a bound
post and was elected. He assumes fipd ; r. trees and ;
the Group 5 circuit 6 ? permanent ; album In which to record remembered moments of

Judgeship Tuesday in Gaines s y { establishing long public career. Judge Theron Yawn makes the

ville. Another Bradford product, 3d ment ); .. as Mrs. Reddish and Sheriff-El.ct Dolph
R.A. fuzzy) Green Jr., 34,' /':: 3/ and establishing look on.
public defender for the past winter cover

eight years, sought the new +' b : Carver said
Group 6 circuit Judge's post, a'' t ?dat+l r 1 e 4 P19w allotment to the
was elected and takes office 'wf. 1 r k
'r i the program
Tuesday that Reddish
In addition Frank Williams of 'T Ift. I this amount had ?
crystal Lake. the former Brad- before the .
ford civil defense director ran would have to

for i and was elected to the lJ the USDA The
new District 25 state house r for 1973 was $
seat. He succeeds Rep. Gene said, with the After

Shaw 16 house Incumbent seat (before in theoldDIst.reapportionment Donning the heavy clothes h. WON'when caught by breech by Davis; it was broken by a slap from th* bear. be an made additional later

) who did not seek re- a grown Black Bear female protecting her cub, Edward 'The small knife in the photo Is all Davis had to fend the program had

election. Davis shows the many slashes the bear mad. with her off the mama bear after the knocked the rifle from his celled.
Already seated on their respective claws. The rifle is alto hold together. at stock and hand. Both Carver Career
boards are SchoolloBoard Bobby taylor
Member A.N. ( ) lation of the
and County Commissioner Dave It would mainly 9)a

Paulk. Holliday is serving his EDWARD DAVIS HAS. income group
second term having served County who as a politician al- lltics. We take notice the only

from 1964-68, and Paulk Is a couraged to smart enough to make time you got b> without opposition -
new board member. and other soil of his political enemies Is upon jour retirement.
regain popularity We all wish you much happinessIn
Probably the most sweeping sistance practices,with and the Sheriff P.O. Reddish your retirement,. althoughour
change will come in the new Ever Been Bear Caught? seed and last Friday by sympathy goes out to your

two tier court system under and cover crops. officials and employees sweet wife, Ruth.
Article 5, which places all legal family at the annual
"Pete don't
get too far
matters under the Jurisdictionof Carver said Christmas Party. away
either circuit hard-hit would be or stay away too long, because
county or '
courts. Article S abolishes all Edward Davis a tough 5-10 a bear cub in a tree. Davis, bear cub and began trying to the bear kept coming back ling planting by Judge Theron Yawn, we'll still be looking to you for
small courts luch as Justice 190 pound ex-marine has wanted 29, sat down to listen for the get It down from the tree. He scratching and clawing. The to 80 per cent over the brief your counseling and guidance.
of the peace and mayor's courts. to fight a bear a wildcat, sow bear to come to the cub. heard the sow bear approachIng bear's Jaw was broken however was borne by that Bradford Coun- "Your good friends. .
and a six foot alligator The cub was In 'la dense area turned, and shot her In and she could not bite. as high as $ him a great debt the Sheriff Pete or P.O.. as he
Each case made in the county with palmettos over head high the Jaw. Davis thought the big retiring sheriff re-
will come under Jurisdiction of "He's fought a bear and a The knife was all Davis, had, for this pjctice. his known, will leave January
the county court.. Every person wildcat and he's got scars from Mrs. Davis says bear which he estimates at that point, to defend himself. Taylor said I the office he has already held
charged will be brought to the both," says Davis' wife, Billie The mother bear didn't show weighed 250-300 pounds was He did the best he could repeatedly were designed as It's Just the opposite. longer than any other Bradford
courthouse. Jo. Latest encounter was with so after about five minutes dead. He poked at her head driving the knife blade tool to get one Indebted to the sheriff. He took office in Jan-
Approval of Article 5' the bear a full grown Florida Davis? approached, the young with his 'rifle,"and even rolledIt Into the attacking bear. The terested in of Bradford County.They uary 1949 succeeding Sheriff
that complaint signed means against Black bear defending her cub over. bear would be driven off then better pastures have been good to me." A.O. Andreu who retired after
every any person will be treat- left Davis with 109 stitches from Again, Davis began trying to attack again, Mrs. Davis says. crops as a read a short message 12-1/2 years because. of 111_.
separate the cub from the tree. -
ed in a qualified court of law cute on his arms, face stomach 2 ChargedIn He heard the momma bear growl Finally, the bear knocked Davis ling water and" by 36 persons Including health *
and legs.The their land. and friends: p.D., on the other hand, is
and Another hun-
usually before a Judge who is Break-in and again tried to turn and shoot out left.. ( the
preserve getting out while his health Is
an attorney. An assistant state's momma bear which Davis ter found Davis and took him to Sheriff:
land to still
her.Before produce, good so he can enjoy his
attorney will act as prosecutorand thought he had shot and killed And Davis could react, a telephone where he called his "to the ultimate been a privilege and retirement He and his
each defendant will have as literally tore Davis'clothe Robbery however,' the bear was on him, wife, and his father Dorsey farmer and the to, have served with wife the former years Ruth Sapp
a resource the public defender's from him last November 23 in and slapped him in the back Davis of Starke. the years. You have have all
and seven sons-- but one
of breaking entering -
office the Osceola National Forest Charges Davis The orders to All and have
: continued to turn around, come you living In Starke and
and larceny have Davis Blllle Jo triedto vicinityand --
grand says
In addition probate and Juvenile Olustee mile west of program went out Pete have
near a attempting to shoot the bear,but go. you
from the enough grandchildren to
Courtagaln.t another
matters, formerly handled Ocean Pond, than left him unconscious been filed In County she slapped the rifle across his buy gun fices in each state that has been d solid keep them Interested and
andJerry who found him Mrs.
Darrell Grlffls hunters
by county courts, have been and bleeding appa- ,face, breaking It, Mrs. Davis the Friday, and were for us to lean on in good
transferred to the circuit court rently thinking the man was Lynn Roebuck. says. Davis couldn't identify by the county; of times One son, Dolph, 40. a deputy
level. But civil Jurisdiction of de ad.. The two are charged with The bear then got the shoulder hunters day morning 24 with sheriff for 15 years under his f
the county courts has been Increased All Davis had to defend himself breaking Into the Hampton Lake sling on Davis rifle tang- "He wanted to go back widget of the Christmas past of years you father will succeed Sheriff
to $2. OO from" $500. with in the end, was a home of Earl T.; Howell on led in tor paw Mrs.Davis says, that bear" But they wouldn't\ The USDA has Bradford been hectic County but Pete. Dolph: won the office In
small knife He December 14 and taking goods sell her husband .a a four man race with Maxie
Another now rule permits the used and "was u mad about that weapon cation announcing
fought a good fight
at about $67
valued on a com- '
chief judge of a circuit to temporarily that to drive the sow bear off plaint signed by Deputy John. as anything else" Davis was then taloitiahos-' ; aid the action always come out the Carter Jr., Jennings Starling,

assign qualified judgesto him several times, before she Dempsey. 'Davis tried to run when the pltal where the 109 stitches, an. economy and on top. We have and Jimmy Clark.
knocked him The new sheriff Is thoughtto
du'y In another court a privilege unconscious. Bradford County Judge The- bear slapped the rifle. But he that's how many Mrs. Davis a review of ridiculed, we have
vested; be the first sheriff In Florida
previously only In Davis an avid outdoorsmanand ron Yawn set bond at $5,001for ran into a swamp Slowed by counted closed up the claw to Identify those hell-hacked but "Ole to succeed his father in the
the Florida Supreme Court. slashes. Davis refused liospltaliaation. ity that can be would hire his
hunter, Is described by his each of the defendants the swamp he was forced to enemy
Chief ju4ja: in the Etghtn Judicial wife, Blllle Jo, as "a very Grime is also charged with repeatedly turn and fight the recuperating at minated without the fence, and again Job.In announcing his decision not
Circuit comp-lslnj; Ala. rough man." He was In a still- aggravated assault on Howell pursuing! mother bear. Mrs.Davis home oil Brownlee Road. omic smelling Uke a rose to seek seventh term as sheriff
chm, Baker Bradford Gil- hunt area hunting for deer In and with the Improper exhibition said her husband triedto The next day: the former Ba- view T was congratulate you on a i

(S.. Page 6))' the Osceola Forest when he saw of a dangerous weapon. run three.or four times but (See Page 6)) (See Page ) : career In po- (See Pag 6))

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Fresh JB.inan.i-Lemon. : Frcevc [WISH'- I'D SAID

Open House GivenAt ConsumerBe Combines Two Flavor Favorites THATg} I

Brock Home 1% cup sugar I teiutpoon vanilla' I
Afternoon L :*i cup light .' > I Imnpoun I grated fresh _
Sunday divided
t s Wary I IV cope water lemon rind "An ounce of I.revl'ntl"u
2.R 4 run fresh lemon juice ", teaspoon wilt coats what a )pound> of cure
I mashes. hnniinn I egg whiteIn
Rev and Mrs.JamesTBrockentertained
: 1111'0I.'e It.
cowl decade
at beautiful Decorating your first homeor large '. mrpwm.| combine sugar! ore syrup find 1 iiilwilier. > it
open redecorating old arc, Mix well Pier ewer medium heat and conk 'lo Moll Call. Star VutleyV( .>. In
house afternoon from your
hum he..'. Add remaining. 14 '
Remove run
hull .tage-2Slrt'F.; dcj'Cllcl'"t.!
two to five o'clock their homeon ne' Lucky you! You've got wider. and/ lemon jun-e. Cool. Add ..., vanilla and. united' '
N. Walnut Street.Highlighting a great opportunity to lemon rind. Mix well. I'our into freezer 'tray. |F'nwsr. lo n
the living room choose from the wealth of miixh. Turn into no howl and .teat. with u ititnrr. rh'rtrirheater "Few |people| are'
was a tall Christmas tree and styles on today's home furnishings until fluffy ('omhin.I. .\ unit egg white in small him I. enough to keep up with tdrji+
the mantel was graced: with a market) You've got und lient until mift |M'akM. Iwrni. Kulil into' tmifmt fro/en mixture. rood IntentioiiH.Herman
41j1 Christmas arrangement.Mrs. a chance to change your four into freeuer. Irny. Kit/"' until lirm. M.ikiw.: : I Groan. Tr-County( I.

J.E. Hardy greeted life style and make your News.
guests at the door and standing surroundings a bright re- qlllU'I
In the receiving line were Rev. flection of your own person '!................-...-.....- ................
and Mrs. Brock and daughter?, ality.

Lillie Ruth. Shopping for furniture is
Mrs. S.L, _Peek Jr. Invited1the fun. 'But It's only fun If you
guests to the tea 'table know that you're getting the
Akhid'ge-Morgan 1< which was covered with a lace very best for your money ;ji, F
cloth over green linen and was And can do !U If "try.
you you
Engagement t Told cenered with a silver cande- Elaine LeachTo As a furniture consumer, Miss June Hall f .Mt/JY
labra with tall red tapers.Mrs. Wed Mr. Miller you're a V. I I. P. Furniture r
James V, Crosby presided at dealers" and manufacturers To Wed
Mr and Mrs B.E. Akridge
the silver coffee service. are out to please you. And .
announce the engagement of Mrs. II.M. Hatcher, Jr. pre- Mr. and Mrs. L ester John you have a perfect right to Mr Brown A IiI 67"1 ,.r'
their daughter, Elizabeth Jew, sided at the silver punch bowlat Leach announce the"ng ement demand high quality, reflected Ii
to Melvin Ralph Morgan son the punch table which was Elaine : '. 'L,
of their daughter Dal In durable: beauti- Hall :p. \
of Mr. and Mrs. Leaton t':. covered with a white linen cloth. to Stanley Ray Miller son of ful materials, sound construction Mr. and Mrs. W. ; : / .
Morgan Jr., all of Stark. The buffet in the of Starke announce the engage- :1'F'i
dining room Mr. and Mrs. Larry tartar Mil and top-notch .' '. '
of their June ; +' '
ment daughter
Miss Akrldge wUl be a 1973 was a focal point with a color- ler, all of Starke. styling. '
graduate of BITS Mr. Morgan ful arrangement of polnsetdas. Seleeta to Terry Brown, son "' ; Our Bank Familyt .'. : \ '
:SITS When you go to buy your of Mr. and Mrs.Millard Brown, J :
Is a 1970 graduate of and Assisting in serving and Miss Leach and Mr Miller / J' ', I
. !Is employed at Titanium Enterprises caring for the guests were Mrs. will both graduate from BUS new furniture remember that 'I also of Starke. i t ; ,
while most furniture Is of Miss Hall and Mr. Brown are 1 t
at Green Cove Springs. Charles John .
Mrs. C. in Miss
Darby, 1973. Leach Is a PCT '
t Wedding plans will be announced Greene>Mrs. William George, student at the Bradford you good will quality.see on sotm the things retail both and both.1972 now graduates attending St of,Johns BUS .' Wishes You and Your Family "M. ;.,: :.b; >
later. and Mrs! Don Neel.Approximately and Mr. Miller Is .. >v .
floor are not River Junior ; ; .
representative College. >
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200 guests DCT student at Do run aK Fur .
a "! ..
or true value. If are displeased Wedding plans will be announced :
called during the appointed niture Co.Wedding. '. "
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New Year's DanceAt hours. Out-of-town guests were with the workmanship later. ... ,- ., Peace .' "t -I.I" .
Mr. and Mrs. T.II. Brock of plans MU. t be announced materials don'thesitate | <3y<=K<=*<><>-O C> Club
Country Panama Clt;).. at a later date to complain to the -:f; ',

Saturday Night store If youand millions of ?rc; ...... '4.o'L '.
other consumers demand > ',{l ; } .. '" ; / "
Art what you pay for, you'll tx ... r; h.\I.:: ..,. Prosperity 1.;: ,
Members and guests of the Workshop Set. In a better position to get II. ..It .'i' Stake Coif & Country Club For l I :, : .
will enjoy a New Year's dance For' 50 Teachers example: \ I... "j'':*' .v i,.., >1 <
Saturday night, from 9 to 1, If you have ever purchased : :. .
at the club house. teachers an opportunity! ; to. a piece of furniture :; : and Good Health
50 teachers from Bradford .
work with and with a plastic surface that 1 .. .
Music will be provided t* the County schools will attend an paper past New | "
has been printed to look like
Jimmy Strickland ComU of other materials to gain three-/
art workshop January 8, 9,
wood and' have found that '
dimensional effect All of
Jacksonville.Tickets are available at 'the Supt.and 10 Tom according Casey. to School the Art Workshop activities this piece has failed to live 1 Arrivals \ Throughout the Coming Year!

pro shop. will be experiences which' the UP to expectations be cer < I
The workshop will also be t
lain that the furniture
teachers relate to their new
can <2> S>- >-CVCVCOCj" open to community youth own'\ classroom teaching, you buy Is made of genuine
EagleDevaneEmployees/ workers as well as teach- hardwood. Look for tags Mr and Mrs. Earl C. Crockett -
ers. Reservations should be which tell you that a pieceis of Ralford announce the
PartyAt made with Mrs.Lucille Payne .\ ppurrl I IP; i jill#:! made of real hardwood or birth of a daughter, Michelle

elementary supervisor, phone CuurscOfftrc'c'' inspect the surface of the Kay, on Dec. 6 In Alachua'
Williams, Home 964-6800. furniture for a distinctive '. General Hospital.Grandparents FLORIDA
A free educational service lit Santo IV figure pattern. Printed wood i are Mr. and !Mrs. Otis Brewerof +
provided by Binney & Smith } .. .
The employees of the Eagle surfaces have a decided repeat Lawiey and Mr. and Mrs. '. '
Inc.. manufacturers of CP AY- L.C. Crockett .i i..BANK' .T. ST'A'.Rk'E' .
DeVane department store helda grain that does not successfully ), of Green Cove
Christmas dinner and party OLA crayons and other school "Apparel DellgnChllqren'lClothing" Imitate the varied :, !'>P!lug I.
art supplies, the Workshop will be new noncredit a
a .
ogenuinenrd-. .
Wednesday night Dec. 13, at patterns -
will be conducted Miss offered, to the "
the home of Mr. and Mrs. )Edwin : by course woods 't j'i; rt : Member Federal l Deposit Insurance tiorp.
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,..Ell: >abeth.Belt, who.h *taught I buying jij It._ Col. and Mrs. .Don Ko- .,
Williams. on N*' :nurcll\ extensively and holds a Malter'.deP'M Santa FerCommunity College : When upholstered'pieces j\, reU all Alexandria va. an*
look for real hard- "
Street .ounce the adoption of a daugh-
from Columbia pincer
during the approaching : ,wood framirwftf! do not "'
Christmas arrangements and University you :01 Manya, on Dec. IS. Ma-
a' Christmas tree highlightedthe term. like the quality of the fabricon 'lal grandmother is Mrs.Ar- Jdrtldldra:
The teachers will spend fifteen The class, to be taught by- expensive sofa
an or
Williams' for the
home .
.vii$ McKnight of Starke.
hours of their own time Mrs. Leslie Klein 9 farmer chair let the dealer know
occasion. The buffet table
was learning about modern
creative professional apparel designer, feelings.
with white linen cloth your -
covered - - -
and centered with a a pink Christmas of Its art materials education and some will feature original .flestgnlnK.! Flimsy construction is 8........................... ..... .........
and .
flanked by tools. pattern making and construction definitely a poor buy. Check
arrangement They will learn by doing,rolling techniques of children's wear. for quality joinings, frame .
burning tapers in sliver up their sleeves and try- Clothing constructed: In.. the stability smoothly operating Central Heat
Ing out techniques present class will be designed art sIZed I
_The 20 guests attending Included drawers and doors glue! i
the husbands ed by Miss Belt. for wear by children of the blocks on drawers dust Does All!
employees, -
These techniques will Include She noted ,
she stated.
students panels, center drawer glides
wives, and dates. Gifts
some of the uses of that the work will be dose b '
} and a smoothly applied fin I Ifi
evening.were exchanged during'. the crayons, water colors, pos hand and not by machine."It ish. Also make sure that Completely Installed! :1
ter paints, finger paints, colored will not be a sewing drawers have been well : :
chalks, and modeling class," Mrs. Klein et>I ned. sanded. If a piece to your
UDC To Meet( clay.. Simple craft techniqueswill The class will meet on Mondays liking is missing these con-
also be shown. .giving beginning January, from struction points don't buyIt 0 I

v.. .... vWJ.. ..... y. ""' -", 7 to 10 p.m. In room 24!| of and tell your dealer why Ia. -' ..
The W.T.Weeks chapter fDC SFCC's West Campus on L'nl- he failed,to make a sale, t < _-J .
will meet Wednesday, Jan. 3, Lt. Col. and >Mrs. Dan verslty Avenue. The registration e f
at 3:30: pjn. at the home of Korea and daughter will leave fee for the court will be .
Mrs. George W. Roberts, Sr. Sunday for their home In Alexandria $10. The Economicsof 6 .
with Mrs. O.L. Haynes Sr. as Va. after spending the Mrs. Klein also teaches two .
co-hostess. holidays with her mother, Mrs. other apparel design coursesat .
Arlen McKnight Santa 1 Ke. FlooringEvery .

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homeowner is con- rr-W' I
' fronted with confusing decisions "
about floor coverIngs Es
January 2 1973 that involve money, .
G beauty and value. As any- .
,,, one who has ever built or : :
remodeled a house can tell
09" you choosing what's underfoot *
means taking important 8000U BTU Carrier Fu-Tince ..offa :

factors like beauty, durability & Seven Air Supply DC: t
flexibility and main $795 II
tenance into consideration One' Return Air Duct '

Edwards SAFETY Service and Intelligent then coming selection up with that's an e All Labor And Mat ria Is t!

well family within budget the limit! of the 0 Thermostat Controls I
312 WEST BRCHNLEE STREET '. Now/ thanks to a .
U.S.f : Installed
by an agency of the Completely J

PHONE 964-7231 Government homeowners. can (EviceptEIcctrical:: \ ..
make an Intelligent: choice Uork) j
I, about what to put down on .
.e their floors. Housewives all I I0
'Specializing In over the country were ques- \0 .
tioned about the time and .
materials they used to maintain j
three types of flooring I Iw
Wheel Balance & Alignment commonly used in today's 'r' : ', I

houses: hardwood; wall-to-
wall carpet, and composition
Tire Trueing tile The study eifted! : the .

annual expense of u. 1
Ing each of the three types Air :
Brake Service R' of flooring and prorated the w Conditioning Added 24,000 STU $590.00

Initial Installation and material .
cost of each type over
the expected wear-life of .

Air! Conditioning Service the material. .
The findings of this survey $ & &&& '
revealed that the one '> .* ** ?':. o *T'I .

material often thought by AIR CfONDITIONINC I I I EQUIPMENT I '
Complete Radiator Service most homeowners to be the : 964X01 I :
most expensive I.. in fact
> the most inexpensive over COMMERCIAL.. RESIDENTIAL. .

an extended period of time. .
In the average living room, .
All Models And MakesALL for example the annual cost .

of flooring per 100 square
feet with maintenance. Installation .
WORK GUARANTEED and wear-life fac- Sawyer .Gas : I

tors Included came to

Bill Edwards Owner And $16.09, $11.87 for wall-to-wall for composition!carpet 332'WEST \PISON ST. PHONE %.-7101 STARK !, FLA. :

tile hardwood and floors$6.67 for genuine .... ......................4.....8........, .

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!Jeople !>o.u3&uotu. i NEWS ABOUT r ,. HAMPTONArea

n.V. Turner and Ion, Brant Mrs:John E. Watson of Mao- SERVICE I MENAirman NewsBy EFF
and daughter, Kay, were In clenny 1* visiting Mr. and Mrs. ECTIVE I
Fort Lauderdale Tuesday and Watson m at KIngsley Lake Evelyn V. Pow.ll
Wednesday on business. this week.

A.W.. Kirkland Is a medical Mr. and'Mis. Jack Carter and CONTEST WINNERS 4
patient in tile Alachua General son of Lake City and Mr. and First prize In the horn decorating JANUARY 1 1973
Hospital. Mrs. Marvin Barnhart and content sponsored by
daughter of Miami were Christmas The General Store went to the C ,
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Murrayof guests of Mr. and Mrs. Demlsoa's with the Gosnells
St. George, S.C., and Mr. A.G. Loudon. coming In for a clone.
and Mrs. J.W. Home of Hampton 'cond. Judges were George cPk
were out-of-town guests of Gary Hamilton of Atlanta was Rodriguez, Mr. and Mrs.Henry
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bark.- horn Friday to Tuesday.Mr. Wesley, and Miss Linda Wes
dale during the holidays.Mr. ley. ,

and Mrs.James Montuoro
and Mrs. George Pierce of Tampa, Mr. and Mrs. J.H. THIS 'N THAT iiitf
spent the long holiday with her Hall Jr. and daughters Mrs.! F.R. Paul Phillips la horn
parents, Mr. and Mrs. R.C. V.R. Bracewell and MarvinConway for the holidays with his pa-
Cartwright, In Cleveland,Tenn. of Gainesville and Mrs. a, .rents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Phillips -
Doris Conway of Orlando were 1 9 x h Paul graduated from the
Mr. and Mr. J.B. Godwin holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Naval Training school In Orlando -
and daughter, Cheryl, of Arcadia M.A. Baldwin, Jr. and will go to Newport,
spent Saturday to Monday R.I. for Port Call after the holi / I
with friends and relative. Mr. and Mrs. George Miller days.
here. spent Saturday to Monday with Mr. and Mrs. John McCarthy

their son and family Mr. and Van D. Crawford,son and six daughters'' were surprise -
Mr.' and ''Mr. T.H. Brock Mrs. Jack Miller, In Jackson of Mr. and Mrs. Earl W.Crawford guests on Christmas eve
of Panama City spent the past ville. of Rt.1, Starke has com- of the Wilfred Fontaines. The
week with Rev. and Mrs.James pleted Air Force basic train- McCarthys are of ,Milford,
T; Brock. Mr. and Mrs. E.M. Norton ing at Lackalnd AFB, Texas. Conn and are making >a tour. : s/
Sr. of Ktagsley Lake had as During his six weeks trainIng of Florida. \ :: ,
''The Bradford County; Telegraph Christmas guests Mr. and Mrs. he studied the Air Force Mark and Tracy: Bruno
staff enjoyed a Christmas Richard Machela and daughter: mission, organization and cus- enjoyed a week vacationing In
dinner at the Garden Restaurant Mr. and Mrs. A.R. Selbert and toms and received special Instruction Miami with friends.Congragulatlons '
last Friday noon. The Mrs. Edna Lorenzen of Jacksonville In human relations.The to Albert 0 .
19 attending exchangedglfts Mr. and Mrs. Frank airman Is remaining at Thomas and Fredla Brantleywho
lowing the dinner. Johnson and four sons of Key- the Air Training Command base were united In marriagelast
stone Heights, and Mr.and Mrs. for specialized training' In the Thursday. The newlywedswill
.Mr. and Mrs. Levon Andrewsand E.M. Norton, Jr. of Starke. education and training' field. live In the Stark area. I
family spent Christmas with Airman Crawford Is a 1972 Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bruno1 I ;: ';,' .. .' ',.?\ .If> ,." ;,.t I'
Mr. and Mrs. T.J. Andrewsand Dr. and Mr. M.C. StIth of graduate of Zavalla (Tex.)High entertained friends at a Christmas '.11, .' t',,,'" '. '
family In Morrlston. Salt Springs, Mr. and Mrs. School. eve party. ; ; ; "
Chasteen of Keystone Mr. and Mrs W. Fontaine .. ",I ,;, ,l,
Jimmy Andrew. is home from Heights and J. Roy Chasteen of ..- spent Christmas Day In Crescent I I' ,",,"
Furman University; for the holi Gainesville Christmas City; with Mrs. Fontaine's > v
spent 2nd Lt. Harold Bowen, son sister and brother-in-law the
with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chas- of Mr. and Mrs. Perry E. Bo- : t
teen. W. Schaub. You've Asked For It Now It Is Here!' :
Mrs. Mae Jones and grandson, wen of Highway ICO, South recently Fred and NUde Sackettenter- ,

Mike Jones, of Jacksonville Miss Sue Morris of Pompano received a parachutist tamed anumberofguestsSaturday -
were Christmas eve dinner badge upon completion of the afternoon.
Beach Is spending several days
guests of Mr. and Mrs. E.L. three-week Airborne Course at Sympathy to the family of Al
S.G. Den-
Matthews. with mark.Mr. and Mrs. the U.S. Army Infantry School, Foxworth who passed away on Earn Interest Compounded Daily As Long As You

Fort Berating, Ga. Dec. 23. Mr. Forworth was

Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shaller Mr. and Mrs. Rodman Struth week of active In The Volunteer FIre Leave It Invested !
During the second
spent the weekend with Mr. and Dept. of Hampton.Unusual .
and sons of Plant City are
training his ability to make
Gunter In Eau Gal- ;
Mrs. Edgar ,
spending this week with his mother Jumps from 34-foot and ,
lie. Mrs. Lou Struth. Mr. and 250-foot towers was tested,and Outdoor *
Dr. and Mrs. H.G. Bellinger Mrs. Bobby Case and family of during the final week he was Existing Passbook Accounts Will, Automatically
Lake City; were weekend guest required to perform five static Thurs.At
Film Set
and Dr. F.E. Bolllnger of. .
Starke, and Miss Marilyn Bol- of Mrs. Struth. line parachute Jumps. Earn Compounded Daily Interest !
Lt. Bowen entered the ArmyIn
linger of Asheville, N.C visit-
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ivey of stationed Fla. Theatre"Brother
July and was last
ed Mr. and Mrs. Jan Douglas
Garland, Texas Miss Jayne at Fort Bliss, Texas. He gra- ,
In Tallahassee and
Saturday Hardy of Atlanta, and Miss duated from Bradford High of the Wind," an I
Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Milton 'June Hardy of Valdosta are School In 1968 and received unusual outdoor wildlife movie Certificate
Hartzell of Fern Park In The 10th Earn From
were By )
the filmed In
Christmas day guests of the home for holiday his B.A. degree this year from the majestic Canadian -
in Tal Rockies, will play today
Florida State University
Bollinger family. ,Joseph Marinelli!! of Madison, lahassee. His wife Patricia, only (Thursday), Dec. 28, at The 1st. !
Wis. was last week guest of lives In Keystone Heights. the Florida Theatre In Starke.
Miss Brenda Roberts return
Alicia Steffa. Mrs. Stef- The
Mrs. family film was directed
ed Sunday from Alachua General fa has as guest this week Carl and co-produced by Dick
Hospital where she confined Ask About The "Check-A-Month" Plan !
with a broken was/arm received Beyer of Epworth, Iowa. PFC Stanley E. Hammond, Robinson, noted animal hand-
in a fall from her son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter M. ler and wildlife cameraman
horse. Mr. and Mrs.' Charles W. Hammond of Starke has been whose work has brought Oscar
Cressler and three sons of named Soldier of the Month for and Emmy honors to many film

..Mr. and Mrs. George Pfles- Calhoun, Ga. are holiday guestsof the 197th Infantry Brigade at productions.
ter and granddaughter,Danlelle his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fort Bennlng, Ga. Robinson also stars as the >

Archer, of For{Lauderdale M.W. Cressler.1' \, 1li.4.( i,'". He was selected on the basisof lonely mountain man whose life, (Your Account.IsNdw7Jn,; vest" "J\.I. ..E rriih>< .Qail t

spent the holidays with Mr. his soldierly appearance1knowledge ;;/ Is changed drastically when he ',, >,,,1 i T, null" .,, ,q. '" '.,l... r '4'1M n ydi0a.Lm! ;, ., .,,"""1/'.w h' ) N
and Mrs. Edward Pflester. and performance of,.) rescues four wolf pups from .II
MFP Funds duties and military courtesy.A certain starvation when their Compounded Interest You May Transfer Your Funds'
S/Sgt. and Mrs. Norman Rig- tank crewman In Co. G, mother' Is killed. The frisky
don'of Seymour Johnson AFB, Distributed '69th Armor of the Brigade's youngsters soon make themselves To
N.C.. spent Friday to Wednesday 197th Support Battalion, Pvt. at home with the old Guaranty Federal For 'Convenience And
,with Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeW. Hammond entered the Army In man In his cabin and become '"
Brown. $234,962 In Minimum Found- November 1971 and completed his constant companions. Start :\ '
ation Program Funds were allocated In- basic training at Fort Jackson Joining tile wolves in the Sun Earning Right Away 4iVYou :::
Mrs. Sarah Barton of Atlanta to Bradford County S.C. International production are -
Is spending the holidays with December, an Increase of$41- over 30 other colorful animals ,'. :
her son-in-law and daughter, 000 over the December 1971

Col. and Mrs. H.M. Hatcher. allocation, according to figures ...-a.-a.................a-a.-a.-a.-a..-a..L.............. ........... ...
released by the office of State I
Mr. 'and Mrs. H.M. Hatcher Comptroller Fred 0, Bud) .1
HI returned Tuesday after'' Dickinson Jr. j

spending the holidays with her Baker,County received $127j,j .
parents Mr. and Mrs. James 224,up approximately $18,000; #
Harrell In Moultrie Ga., Clay County; $438,965 up some .* May Also Make Deposits And Withdrawals
$87,000, and Union County$73- ] *
Miss Beverly Patterson and 443 up some 12000. -J*
Ted Kamareddlne of Miami Florida's 67 counties recelved J In Gainesville At Guaranty Federal's Other Offices

were Thursday to Wednesday a total of $55.5 million In Fla. Pest ,ControlPreinventory,
guests of Mrs. A.J.. Barry and MFP funds for December. The 'j ft '
family. money is distributed on a 220 N. Main 3501 W. UniversityA
monthly basis for use in teacher 3{ *
1 salaries, student transports-
and Mrs. James Hurst
Mr. tlon, and other current ex- # Soon:
and family of Froatproof were ALE ,
Saturday and Sunday guests of penses. Foundation j 1' *
The Minimum
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hurst. Program enacted In 1947 and I Keystone Heights, And The Archer Road In Gainesville

written In great part by Dr. '. "
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Casey, "
R.L. Johns of the University; of I ,
Jr. had as Christmas Eve din- Insures 4: .
Florida, the program) ALL <
and Mrs. W.F.
ner guests Mr. that public schools have sum- h '
Moore and Mr.and Mrs.Mickey dent funds. Eachcounty's f I
Mr. and Mrs. NURSERY
Moore Lawtey
J.W. Thomas and son of Live dent ; enrollment share is based figures on stu-in -j: ; .." .' ..t J i
Oak Mr. and Mrs. R.C. Moore K-I2. ":> Y ii
grades tSTOCK
of Lake City, Mrs. W.F. Moore In July, the Department of 4 I
Jr. and family of Homestead Education supplies the Comp- ., (Formerly First Federal Savings & Loan Association Of Stark) i
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy .
troller with reportsoneltlmated -
of Orange Park Mr. and Mrs. school needs for 3'I I
Jody Thomas ,f Gainesville, the fiscal year. An updated .A 15 % |
and Mr. and Mrs.: Danny survey Is taken each March .
Thompson and family of Jack- In which final amounts for the

sonville. fiscal year's allocation are OFF *

Mr. and Mrs. James Barron computed.This figure Is then broken }; ,

spent Monday to Wednesday In into monthly distributions which ..!
Tallahassee with Mr. and Mrs. are handled by the Comptroller. v .
Palo Lucayo and Mr. and Mrs. ;i V

Mack Barren. 1hE'Otd1V1nE/l. ALL MISC. i

Robert Lee Thomas of Memphis .
*! '
Tenn. Is spending three J- t ,GARDEN SUPPLIES'
with his son-in-law and + *
weeks r ut.1.1A
.'." ( p f.r.l ,' "The House Of Savings
daughter Dr. and Mrl.J.H. .
Mlnesinger. The Mlnesingers :... e ,! Jt.: t POWER EQUIP. !
also have as guests Mr. and '7'" i" \' i
Mrs John R. Haney of Atlanta '1
I *
from Tuesday to Friday. > t *
Mr. and Mrs. E.J. Dowllng i* *
m and sons of Clearwater were "In summer theatres GUARANTY FEDERALSAVINGS
Saturday visitors of Mr. and farmers replace the cows In $r"
Mrs. Dowllng. Sr. 'their barns with hams." Jj i

A Mr. and Mrs.. L.C. Early i>f' '10 % #


Hasroel Published every Thursday 11 *:
Mohammad Tbaylbof at 138 W. Call Street '3>
Indonesia, who is with the USDA Starke, Florida 32091 .. 4
Lab at U. of F., was a dinner

guest of Mr. and Mrs S.G.last mark.week Second Class postage paidat '!> IORIDAjfOMTOl 1 i? STARKE OFFICE

Stark FloridaSabscriptlm .
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Mr. and Mrs. 'W.J. Dodd had Rates. ,,itI' .IST Open ,* '.:(,' /: l : ; '.', ; ,
as Christmas afternoon guests In -trade area: t6.00per'' '(I ,' 1IF Day Wednesday : 395 W. MADISON ST. 964-5000
Mr. : 4 I
and Mrs. Dan Pries ,
Mr. '964 S74S
six months '
and Mrs. Bobby Dodd of Cross year; $3.50 ACM"'tCw' .
Creek, Mr. and Mrs. John B. 539 E. Call St. Starke '
and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Outside trade area $7.00'r Savings ln.Jiied.By' The Federal Savings And Loan Insurance Corporation/

Dodd of Starke, and their child year; $4.00 six mouths ******************* -

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..... .. Legal Moils es City';of jfompton Propoeed
'P'lsMl Year finding: September :30, 19

TO BIDDERS NOTICE TO BIDDERSThe and/or all bids and to waive By Beulah M. Moody for opening will be ;
Sealed bids will be ..receivedup any formalities so aa to best As Deputy Clerk unopened, to the ,

to and not later thus ll:0u City of Keystone Heights. serve his Interest.A (Court Seal) The project Includes ,Fntinittwd9'Revenuee--Cenex. : &1 Fund ,
A.M. 19: 1973 check payable) to the seller law and Installing p'
January In the Florida will receiveeeeleedbid. 1221It 1/11
office of the Business Manager until 3:30 p.m. on January 9, In the amount of 10% or Diesel Unit ," '
Union Correctional Institution 1972 at the Municipal Building more of bid price must accom- ed capacity of not Real! Estate Taxes $ lit

-j P.O. Box 22L.,Raiford, Florida Keystone Heights Florida on pany bid. This check servesas In The County Judge's Court 2500 kw nor more Cigarette Taut 6
32083 for the sale of Fine Pulp- the following! bid bond and will be returned Of Bradford County Florida. kw, complete) with all 21
wood harvested by prison All merchantable pine timber to bidder If be Is not the In Probate equipment, Utility Tax .
successful bidder. Successful swltehgear piping, Franchise Tax >;' 11
forces and the length of cut Inside area designated by blue : OF
will: be approximately 63 Inches painted lines. Sale area lies bidder will be expected to sign SEWELL DECEASED Items necessary for a Revenue Sharing--Federal and' : State !yrn : ,,277
north of the gas line on Key a Sale Contract and provide NOTICE TO CREDITORS turnkey Installation, License -:!, *" l, "' ,,11'{ ", .")' :3
and/or Occupational ,
additions mo< "
stone Airport In both Bradford payment after he Is notified All creditors of the estateof w '. ) ;' ,1" "
Bid forms may be secured and Cloy Counties. Sale area that seller has accepted his REGINA AVERY WELL to the present building.All Miscellaneous Revenues '" :,' ,." ,,-, .!. ---l
from that office. material and "i ',it :( ) '{, \<1" {,", .
approximately 200 acres,ponds bid.Failure deceased are hereby notified ,
furnished and all work f'I'"i \ '
1274t1228DEWITT Included. of seccessftil bidderto and required to file vr."" ?Q ; .
any claimsor Total Estimated/! Revenues : ; '': :
ed shall be In !! \' '
enter Into contract within '\1'\'' ''
Seller lans to sell on a lump- demands which they '
sum sealed bid basis to the 30 days of notification that his have against said estate In may ate the specifications and / ,,,, :?.' :.-
bid has been accepted will result documents pertaining c.'I'' :"t{ '
highest and best bidder and reserves office of the County Judge of (/ ( ,
the right to reject any In forfeiture of the bid Bradford County, Florida In which may be ,i' 'U 1 o.,.'I', ," 1 'i'1/ 1
bond provided that timber the Courthouse In SUrke Florida office of Fred estimated Expenditures--General 'Fund '.:' ;'f( 0" '.y !J1If' '
f deed has been examined and within six calendar months ciates, Engineers, '\ ji;(" \ ;C "f'i ifV'M", : C '
h found dricks Avenue ,,,,..,,", "" !
., acceptable. from the date of the first publication ( ;
.'. Contract conditions No of this notice. Each Florida, and at the O Administrative ',"i(!!' "v r' ih": "f" >,,.. '')S'V' ",' ,

," trucks permitted on taxlways claim or demand must be In City Clerk City Hall Salariesi ; I.' ::1(, '"\r >, ,1N! "
Florida. '. /"-' 'ttd, 'f' .
spl'"tr) I '
or penalty for cutting
; writing and must state the place Clerk 19f)
outside specified sale area will of residence and post office Copies of .,i" 'f 01, )M; : .alrl!("' 'P
contract documents Council : 7A
be itegotalted with contract; address of the claimant and ', '' "i IM )J-'
.. !, fences shall not be damaged; tained from the office Water .j", ,'i>.' [' 12
i. must be sworn to by the claimant -itH'\ ,,. ,
.. gates must be kept locked at his agent or his attor- Wilson & Associates, Postage 'l( .' i -1, ::i 11"|<>V1. '" .. \.. t: *. Iv
( I all times; keys available from ney, or It will become void drlcks Avenue C"'" t awn <,
Florida upon payment Office Supplies ; TW,," ,", ( 2
Hall fires
; ; no open per- according to law. ;/1.j -t>. t"" .
mitted on,Airport property. M. H. WATSON, Administrator 09 for each set which Tn urance ,,':,'J" '< a ,.W, '. N.
.. For maps oraccess to property of the Estate of Re- be refunded. Partial Poll Workers *w ,: <1Ij U, I". ,
contact City; Clerk at gina Avery Sewell deceased. be purchased from the ,j Y \14< I.. ,,4,.,....1 i, I h' '
!! by payment of the cost .Telephone! ,::9.t\, 25(
fo 473-4807 between the hours of ELZIE S. SANIYEIdAttorney \( *." ,.' 9 a.m. to 12 noon Monday for Administrator duction at the rate Tx! : Roll Preparation ( r.' : '. ,. <' ') '" 71!
1 ( through Friday 138 West Call Street per sheet of drawings I'ulll! !! ,, ;r' lif.i'II;; { ,,' .. .,' '. 11" ":' 2"'
Roy L. Watkins Starke Florida 32091 per page of the )" ; ,!, ; .," I' '
A Bid Bond properly Attorney FeesMunlclple !! ", ?O(
Airport Chairman 1221It I/u ,. ',..4"J-; ,; '
Everett R. Fox ed by the Bidder and Code:: 'j" ,' ;ij\ jjl.l .' .' :' 2r!

1973 h Council Chairman fled surety, or a rife Deposit Pox 4'' ,, ,k' ,(': t. r;
City of Keystone Heights NOTICE OF 'INTENTION TO cashier's check on any : '", '"
; 4'r
state In A Kl1t and Accounting tnr
) or bank. a sum
12/21--3t--1/4 REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME .', '
Jf./l! i
than five percent of : ,',
; s m Notice Is hereby given that bid, made payable to Contingencyof ,,\ I 1 :2032Mira :

the undersigned, under the provision of the City ti. a:',''Ah\ ;" ,
In The Circuit Court Eighth of 20,953 Laws of Flo- man City of Starke t'1r.oi' .' I 4'' ;fr4'i '"'* ',V; ",' ,'"

.' Judicial Circuit of Florida In rida Acts of 1941 will regis- each bid ,.|- iJwfVIf: )I.'. f
ter with the Clerk of the Circuit accompany -cr"'ll .s "n
And For Bradford County. rantee that the Bidder 1 ':'.,1'' i
CIVIL ACTION Court; In and for Brad- D.rner Vehicle .?9CC
withdraw from the ,
MM ,
Case No. 1491 ford County, Florida upon proof after opening the bids "

.4 BILLY JONES ROOKSBERRY of publication of this notice the event the contract "1'\1' ,. :," ': 'lj" :. : ..,,,
SR. Husband, Plaintiff -vs- of the fictitious name of Brad ..... .
4N ed to the Bidder, he ,1J ,0:> '
N 4o VIRGINIA RUTH ROOKSBERRY ford Publishers under whichI ten days thereafter lnrinRt. ,I' ',,'(.t' ,,It.,,,', :," -ot"l"r.." .,,,,.'\. 1""[" '//11>:','

= I Wife Defendant. am engaged In business at contract and furnish the +".n and Night Marshall ,1's <4(,," ',-:':, 41! I 2000,

VW/ NOTICE OF SUIT Starke Fla.James ed bond, falling which 0-.- '11 ',nd of the Car ': ; FOn
NO PROPERTYTO M. Carlton U. S. 301 Repair" !.l ,\\J j ,
: Virginia Ruth Rooksberry South, Starke Fla., or Long- forfeit deposit as noC 4)'teh.r ':; :, ."'W: h> ',, I C 250.jpon( .
= The Bid Bond
Good Yror. IiIIII lOW horn Restaurant U. S. 801 S. mages. ; \\.1,., ,\ I 'h" '
2921 E. 56th Street, Indianapolls. ,. formance Bond are MAw' poi Ice Car '0' .1;: "'", ,.
x Z .nnor... ""rtwedq.. .. IndianaYOU Starke Fla. ;
be secured from and A,,t.o Tolllislon' end L1a1-1l1tyIMunnctIIt: : ,., :" 300.
ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Dated this 18th day of December -
olPKeIIYaztMay by (not merely I, 7dl''',,," ?.
j that an action for Dissolution A. D. 1972 at Starke, of the "
of Marriage has been Bradford County Florida. an agency 0 "_At1o'" ,' ;': """. i'ln"
it be a time of joy and 12/21 4tp I 11/11/73 surance company, ," ., 1t"; ; : T.'
( Ruth
filed against you Virginia ..
shall have an J ".etl'l ,!. ...j.I.j.. .\,,"" ;' 1rwI0.r .
/ "
Rooksberry and are required "
I happiness for you. you of business In the State ., < :oJ '." "' I .
to serve a copy of your rida and be duly "I; .M';,"rj-j;,:. / ,:I'I!' ; ': I'
; written defenses If any to It, CALL FOR BIDS conduct business genllaMp..t ,r}, q' >t.1 .::. _':V.<'.> ,1.,'" ,,. .

on the plaintiffs" attorney ,Municipal Diesel-Electric Generating such agency shall ,.-.,rM_. ."' ....,..... / ,.; { ,;,1 ." \ .ter.\!,' .."....."!.:..w.'V.I.'" J "'. : ;., 1cnn_ ,

.. whose Dudly Hardy.and 114 North address Wal-Is Modifications Plant City Additions of Starke and, on retain such full bonds.agent's rtin! pje (r"M from *!"" ". Rharin1'. ) \ "( ,((, 't l t, ':, '2 "'n,1 r

.. NEW METHOD CLEANERS] nut Street, Starke, Florida and Florida Each bid should be ,' r.c ..t' 'An@,,,,, ,$t "' .
= file the original with the clerkof to the ,.,.....}- ; ? fI '.1 J, ,, .
City Council .
.... .
") ) \
r, H.L. Thomas Owner the above styled court on Sealed proposals will be received rid marked .._....?,.. / /z : / ';r- ',', Cf"\ .'
:: V. '
before 15 1973
or January e'
; by the city Council of sel-Electric "
I C. JONES otherwise be vnU_ ;: i't; ,! rr'N' ,
a Judgement may the City of Starke, Florida Additions and ,. : ,
Our Best Wishes To Our entered against you for the until 7:00: P.M. local time)on and delivered to the of .l'- 1rht" ,. ':.', ; ., erns r
r relief demanded: In the com- February 6, 1973 for the Muni- Clerk at the ,.... 1 ., ,. ..nrjn '" ,,' '.. rRnrr
5 FUNERAL HOME Friend and Customer plaint or petition. cipal Diesel Electric Generat- City'either by a k+ .?r ':' '' '':'5"r'r"', 1rlea14o" : :"" .,.......,. : -Q' ,', y', ,tf' +kn4'p!:'..;.. ')
WITNESS hand and the Brad"c" pry'4' "'!-"M ann''
my ing Plant Additions and Modifications the Bidder who shall F-t'11 ,;j', .. ",, .r,
i ? '0 For"1'9)3/' '" .. ,.' seal of said Court on December -. ,. at which time propo-i, receipt therefor. or by ... '''I ,," ,, ,," ::1 ._._ ......._._".........,-...- ''I I W-..d" : '<" .

: : k "'rya 1 7 a lw,,i ;: : \. .... ..' ... 12, 1912.Gilbert S. Brown e' sals read will' be publicly' opanedind;.' tered mall,with return ", ".'a" nTpie11,1Gstimet.d.'f, ; :r"+t''tltirn' ; ,... : .4'A: 1'" J.i.:!' '.(.- \ '1 cfelnr')
aloud. Proposals received requested. .
',*, 'As Clerk of said Court'v ---J
.-. -.- -- ..- .. -.. *,.IJJfi\\\ after the above specified time The City reserves 12/28 2t 1/4 '
to waive Informalities
a bid, to reject any or
I 0' In whole or In part, County. Telegraph* Starke.

;a 0 ....... without cause, and/or Done and Ordered at
OWe ..., ; bids that, In Its Starke,
this 6th of De-
'4'0'J" # ... be for the best day;
A. D. 1972. '
I I '.- .f. the City of Starke.
S. Brown
.e e e City Council of the
II"' Clerk Circuit Court
;: 1973case City of Starke
K I Merrill Edwards By: Beulah M. Moody;

City Clerk ( Bradford) County Florida

ty't 12/21/72 3t 1473IN H. Pierce

O. Drawer 1030 r

Florida. 32091
for Plaintiff A goal year is
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coming thmueJil


ail es rr. u.1W u. a banking corporation Board of County Com-

tiffs, -vs- BERNARD of Bradford .
ht ir r0. County
accept sealed bids to be
his wife Defendants. at 10:00 AM Monday ,
t+Slt't C
# NOTICE OF 8, 1973 to cover Work
TO: BERNARD Compensation Insurance
0 WILMA W. EMANUEL Fleet Insurance on the
You, Bernard '
jotta say it loud Employees and moving
This could b* the!' jew when Wilma W. Emanuel owned by the County.
and clear: by notified that a County reserves the right
hope becomes reality for ill to foreclose certain "
Happy New Veil! Happiness be yours all the reject any or all bids. Ring In the New Year.
men, everywhere.THORNTON. A steamboat of good on following Gilbert S. Brown
through the year. perty, to-wlt: Clerk to Board of CITGO STATION An eager world i is wading.PEGGY'S .
& SON wishes for 1973. Beginning at the County Commissioner
I Faulkner Gulf Service *
of the North line
DAIRY OUEEN lorry and Nick CrlHis DRIVE-IN
SALVAGE & U Haul Street with the West /
Flowers by Lorry Fred Barker Carl John Cherry Street in the AND BARBEQUE
Paul & Irene Faulkner 705 N.
24 Hr. Wrecker Service Dale Brown Starke Florida, Temple
1011 Temple Starke Opal And Emma
Hwy. 301 N.Stark. LARRY WILLIAMS Westerly along the
I INY I 964-5899 1401 H. Tempi. of Call Street for a Tilly tells a veteran boy Starke 964-9985 611 E. Brawnle
: 964.6243 11 I 118 S. Court Stork. 964-84301 Only Car Wash I 1/1 Town Starke 964.8911A of 55 feet thence that be b aie longer oa Stark 9648914ta
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depth chart but has
-- therly and parallel to a
Street for a distance ea the taxi squad of her
feet, thence run
r parallel to Call
a distance of 22 feet,
>; 'Mi 1'J run Northerly and

::0 r41, ( a. ; iW to Cherry Street for
y i Yiktf ;! isr vrm tance of 25 1/2 feet,
:;; ': i 1 run Easterly and

:I : Fr R ;;.. ;:! fI# a'..;4r' Call Street for a
r ::(;;!i ,
of Cherry Street;
,... Southerly along the
4 r .. '- J "" tance of 65 1/2 ,- t
.. Iiowr ("jf point of beginning '
j a" 1913A l' ...* "t Lots :5 and 7 of Block 1* 1 r
the Original Town of ; ::

.II 4. Y recorded Florida as in per Deed plat

... Page 759 thereof of

,! ". 1' 1 MO 1104, 0 Uc records of Bradford
:' : ty Florida.C a
I Nappy New Year .a b Miw. wM.Y has been med against 197Briabt

/ ar sal a et you are required to
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( NewYear I '-= copy your or M am Yaps. ,
ItIt happy ing to the Complaint .
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.... .1 May it bring good MIX? YEAR GREETINGS I plaintiffs Pierce, O. Drawer f .... .. ....
4 luck {good cheer ; ,Starke Florida and
1 ie/ e. -4V.OUDON'S Answer
W Ml-w The New Year Is one of promise.. ,in original the office oldie or I I
2 Let us have faith and work to the Circuit Court on New Year the spirit of \the senoe.sliictnwUies .

: .. & Laundromat mate U tetter fore the 8th day of / tx. Happy
MERLE NORMAN HAP YNEW A. D. 1973.If M l .... IML arf ... It JOt II DUITAHCO Pump
Mrs. Christine... YEAR you fall'to do so. New Yetr.Hwy. .

r COSMETIC STUDIO BILL GRAUDOffc The Libby Family ,ment by default will be *.aWF And Supply) CO-
Bet Wlsh.s To OurCustomers
against for die
Heating 6V Air ConditioningHwy fr. j i..k. \ air.
: AND BEAUTY SHOP & Friend LIBBY SALES mended the Complaint.This I 141 N. 'i'....te SIJIIII +

301 S. notice shall be Red and Thelma. AI",.* Phon ....'7OQ
y. Rd 100 Starke lished once each week 301 S. Starke'
964-9935 96..ZIJNOTICE
Starke 964-7652
Mr. And Mr*. Arthur Lowdon consecutive weeks In the 102 N. Temple Storfce MUrfce, Florida I

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M r. an d M rs. C.K. Cowanand
Farr Planting Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Wor- In Convalescent Center Nurs- Mrs. Ronnie Mosley, of Max- son, Bryan, and Mr. and Mrs.
d CHURCH SCHEDULES-- ship Services, 11 a.m. and 7:30 ing Home, In Gainesville on vllle, was aguestof parents J.R. Cowan and daughter were
Landowners interested In Grace United Methodist p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednes- Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunice supper guests of their parents,
planting trees this winter may Church Sunday School 9:45 day at 7:30 followed by Choir Mrs. Ernest Wells and Miss and grandmother, Mrs. Selma Mr. am: Mrs. J.F., Robertson,
a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. Practice Arthurine Blanchard visited her Eunice on Monday. on Sunday.
still order
slash land pine
seedlings from Division or of Forestry and 7 yjn. MYF meets Monday sister, Miss Enza Blanchard, Mrs. Ovid Futch, her son and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Harper
nurseries. k night at 7 p.m.Highland BIRTHDAY PARTY In Baker County Nursing homeat wife Mr. and Mrs.Sandy Futch. and son, of Starke visited their
"We have approximately eight Baptist Church Miss Enza Blanchard gave a Macdenny on Monday. of 'ample Terrace Tampa, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
million slash pine and about I birthday party for her sister Randall Reddish, of Ralford, visited her parents Mr. and Carl Prevatt on Wednesday.Mr. .
750,000 land pine available for My Neighbors Arthurine! at the nursing home spent a few days with his grandparents Mrs. Ed May, in their new home and Mrs. Albert Lock
distribution" said Oscar In Macclenny on Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Les Mc- recently. While here they visit of Lexington fad. who were visiting -
Dec. 20. She was assistedby Clellan.Mr. ed her brother-in-law, Melvin their son and family Mr.
Sampson, reforestation \
supervisor [
for the Division of For- K\J Mrs. Hubert Priest Mrs. and Mrs. Hubert Priest Futch In Jacksonville. and Mrs. Paul Lock returnedto
Mr. and Mrs. C.A. North and
Jewel Roberts Mrs. George visited their brother-in-law and their home on Sunday.
estry.All other species are sold out Tribe Mrs.HermIe Kelly,Mrs. sister, Mr. and Mrs. George family, of Jacksonville, were Mrs. Edith Swlimey and Mrs.
Truby Walnwright. Mrs. Wilma Summerlln, of Lake City, and supper guests of their mother. S.L. Swindell and sons were
,for this planting season,he said.
Mrs. Edith Swtnney, and grandparents -
Wainwright, Mrs. Francis other relatives on Sunday after guests of her
pine species will be sold
Mr. and Mrs.J.F.Robertson Mr. and Mrs. C.A.
on a "first-come firstserve"basis Hamilton, Mrs. Leo Dyal and noon. and sister,
Mrs. Mamie Lou Edwards. Miss Mary Ann Blackmon on Thursday. North and family, of Jacksonville -
at the of
$7 per thousand.regular price N.wly.l.ct.d !coders of the. Bradford County Senior The honoree was given a beau- and Miss Sarah Hogue. of Ocala, Mrs. W.E. Bush, and daughters on Sunday. S.L. Swindell
Darlene and Pat of Atlanta
tiful bracelet and Miss Enzaa of her uncle Joined the family for dinner.
were dinner guests
Orders for the seedlings can Citizens Club (left to right): Front row Emma Ga., spent tho weekend
pretty poinsettia plant after and Mrs. A.E.
and aunt Rev.
be placed through the Divisionof .
Morton, Treasurer; Della Speed, Receptionist; Jo. which all sang Christmas Massey, on Sunday. with her mother, Mrs. Daisy

or the Forestry three Division District of offices For- Kerrigan, President; Mary Allen, Vice President; Lily if. carols. They served Ice cream Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Phillipsand Starling On Sunday Mrs.Starling -

estry nurseries Munson Nursery Johnson Sick Committee. Back row Lucy Tucker, .',,::.",,'.. ,...,,,,,.. and cake to about 35 patients. sons of Waldo,were guestsof Mr., and Mrs.Mrs.Bush George and daughters Sapp and
.. their mother Mrs.O.J. Phillips -
Milton;Andrews Nursery Acting Secretary; Pet. Johnson, Sick Committee. PERSONALSMrs. Sunday evening. son, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Star-
Chlefland; or Herren Nursery "The management insists ling and family Mr. and Mrs.
Punta Gorda. H.W. Bennett, Mrs. Mrs. Phil Eunice of Graham
"For homeowners Individuals SENIOR CITIZENS you sign this waiver of re- John Bennett, and Mrs. Daisy was a guest of her In-laws. James HIgglnbotham and
or sponsibility before selling you Boch visited Mrs. Alice Austin Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunice family Mrs.' Mary Crawfordand
who aren't Interested In Davis was unable to attend. that particular number." Slnah Prescott family, Mrs. Harold Higglnbotham : numbers The final Meeting of the Senior ger and Mrs. and grandmother. Mrs. Selma
trees we can
Citizens Club for this year, We missed her. Eunice, last Friday night. and son Hal, Wayne .-.f. :, ., ,, .
ship as few as 25 seedlings, ---- ,
1972 was celebratod by a Frank Williams spoke briefly Mrs. Andrea Tahsequah, and and Darlene) Starling, Starko, .\; ,. .
have Sampson a minimum said. charge"However of$3.50 we covered dish lunch. There was thanking us for support during son of Huntington Beach Calif., all gathered at the home of Mr. ; k :" > T'it'.i
the recent elections.He and Mrs. Eugene Starling and 4Dif1l"
for a great variety of food and It are ependtngtheChrl.tmaeholidays -
slash sand
or pine
told that he Is work- dinner on
lings." was excellently cooked. us with their brother-in-law family for a family 1V
Persons Mary Allen read our Xmas Ing closely with the Florida and sister Mr.and Mrs.George Sunday. I lam" .
ordering seedlings W; "

may est pick nursery them or up order at the near-them prayer who sang followed Silent Elsie. Xmas Stein Council Charles W.of Prultt Aging and headed has entered by- y Kelley Mr. and and family.Mrs. Willie Dobbs Mr. and Mrs. John Browardand ?L\\' '1

Carols sung by all members a Bill In Tallahassee were dinner guests of Mr. and family of Jacksonville were I
snipped by or bus with
charges collect express Sampson said. added to this festive occasion. concerning clarification of the ur Mrs. Morris Rushing, Jr., In guests of their mother Mrs. o IE""
$10.000 Homestead Exemptionfor Jacksonville Ernest Raulerson, on Tuesday. '
Exchange of gifts provoked on Saturday.
Seedling deliveries also are .
persons 65 and over. Although New Year
much merriment and laughter.
made to Division of Forestry the $10.000 H.E. was Greeting : !.\
Door prizes were donated by
distribution points during the
voted for by the the people of
Gene and Georgia Rayburn and
planting season. Seedlings can this State and passed In the
Joe The
Kerrigan. lucky people
be ordered from a nursery JdMii
Legislature senior citizens
were Della Speed and Lewis
and delivered to a distribution
this were dismayed to
year -
point for the additional charge Smith. ;. If....
find a loophole existed whereasthe ,: r
of 35C for each thousand or Honored guests were Rep. amout of exemption still r
fraction of a thousand. Frank Williams Gene and ;:t !y
only $5,000. Frank's Bill will
January and February are the Georgia Kayburn Randall clarify this Issue and we urge ;f li
best months for setting trees. Davis; and we,regret that Gin- complete support during the .

next session of our State Govt. 'i\:. .
Honorary Members Alex .. :; 4Y' f
MERRY CHRISTMAS Morton andJessle Bowden,gave n. j
me a great surprise. Alex ,
AND A HAPPY made a wonderful but short N'Jf9N'f
speech and both He and Jessie (( /
presented me with a lovely card, s.rta N"In
NEW YEAR saying "To Dorothy and Joe NatGood
with much love" which con-
tained a check for $25 from All
From of the membership. Lewis and
Bernie Smith also presentedme
with a $5 gift. My wife
STARKE APPLIANCE and I extend our deepest gra
titude. They surely meant us
SERVICE to have a Merry Xmas.
It was good to meet again
Harry and Jessie Richards.
322 Brownlee The latter Is Jessie Bowden's

daughter. They are visiting 7ti 54t
964-8363 from N.J. and staying with Mom

over the holidays.
Happy Birthdays were Elsie
Your Stein 85, Lucy Tucker and LuckTo
Perle Thurston who says he Is

88 years young.
-- N ---c a!! n!1.A I To all of our members and ,{s3 .f>
friends we send thanks for all All Our Friends ,

the thoughtful cards and messages -' Customers 'and.,.Coffee Drinkers And Best Wlshes,
DealerWHERE of love and
encourage- .' .
ment throughout this year and ti.vl ,., .,b
we resolve to continue our efforts -
FAIR PRICES to defend the rights of JentuckcjFried
Senior Citizens In 1973. With

AND QUALITY WORK we your hope help to and have God's good Blessing health THE BRANDING' IRON LONGHORN RESTAURANTOwner ChickenI

'>I- '. and better days In 1973. Be

ISOUR PRIDE very kind to each other. Unity Felix and Betty|Sullivan I
Is our strength. Happy new : i. and Sybrl Bratwcll
Yearl Hwy. 301 S. James M. Carlton Starke. Fla. I I
-Joe Kerrigan .

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'72 I. "out" and the patronage! Have a

joyous Holiday Season!
New Yea Is "In." Happy New Year

Happy New Year! and Happy Day*I May every

Holidays! & SONS
blessing of the


And Best Wishes/ !
STARUNGGROCERY Woodrow Sr. Woodrow Jr. season be yours.FROM .

JOHNSON FARM Florida State Leonard Victor Griffis

SUPPLY Tele hone Charley E. Johns Best Wishes fa Our FrUnds

EDWARDS GROCERY & lajsnrane ASWKJ, In*. and Customers And lean
Federal Asscdati
STARKE FLORIDA and Gladys EdwardsU.S.

301 S. Starlce 3 MI. N. 301 Stark. 9645531 Of Starke I

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Huff/tin/ Alvarez) Both Place High-- In Horticulture Bear J o .JJ gWi I.

Paul Hutching, Jr., son of Vocational Ifutchlns sW'JoiU' at Bradford: Horticultural: Wuiferlaad": state placing In the top 10 In and fin Hot-Ids IXipirlmrnt of (From Page 1))

Agriculture.! teacher! High School I, received a Blue Judged nanI1CU'-II!,) In a Xieid; o! this nortllernorlente'Jontest.. ..'. AStculturv: and Co"umtrSei'-" ker Camrymvt 1,4 s plte his cuts
Paul I Hutchlns Sr., and former Ribbon for his Horticultural 14 speeches In tho "Speaking vices.ty and: orders to stay In bed went balls with
Church ring
lorlda F'FA( President ,llmmj' Demr"atratlon. Only three of Horticulture" coiteit. Starke member of the Florida bock to Ire area w'.th'! Mrs. Da r
Alvarez both placed titln'he: other from Florida: did tho delegation w'Jre accom, ;vited; vis and his father In an effortto hopes for a grand ; ,,;,,. .,iy
3JII: t \ta.m' Co "ntlo'i' I f)f tho svno Besides the "Speaking ofHorticulture" to thi Columbus Coutentloi".t 'V find tho bear and the cub. New Year, with( much
'\1 t rn'' 'Uu'lf: "L.-liCi'tiral contest and tho Stake KKA o\dvb')1" David B. court more responsive to the :
;dsm.)nttratlon contest thane needs of the They) fouvl! Ian about hundred happiness for all.
AJJ>': !.i, vi. tn Columbus Ohio, All'l1'G., of Sarke'wth! Msei'ltled Smith. public, Judge-
IXjce.ti'er, 3-H. 1.00)1, 4Tlorlda-ThB wu: an Environmental, Baa.tirication Elect !Sanders has set plea day ,yard from w'lere the attach Bradford
project. ,istltatingw'iat' session each week In Jamiar, aocurredhat': : appeared,, as
one club or grup'n?' done The trip to Co'um''is! '. was '\ double Die "Mice per month if th and Horticultural livtan- spjnsored: by the Florida Power'''';: There also truck: Abstract Co.
Crops sessions of the past j ear. The ware tracks,
Sheriff Honored. UflcaJon and judging Corporation: : The Florida"Pow.r weekly sessions will continue: lesdn: them t: l biJ'l.vI the!
I an:! L1ght'Comlatty, at least until he can sue how boar had died and had !lx> 11fluteoJ
Florid was the o.ily other The Tampa Electric Companj' *b '
the case load will run, Sunders" t"V ; !'lunters. No;
(From Page 1)) sajs. Sgll' 'V'AI' !found' .>r tho c
last April. Sheriff Pete said: This case has never been !hire heel sajs,) even though i J }l gWfl(J
members of his
973 FromPa .1)) _. family made an
"I am Indebted to the people solved, however, though the Changes ( .. ------ --- -- Intensive>> search of the area a
of Bradford Bradford Sheriffs Offlce Is still few da later.PRESIDENT.
County for all they >s
have dono for me. and I will working on It In an investigation etop-gap measure" San 1he Ola': 1'mtu May the clock of the
headed by' Deputy Dolph ...........
continue to (halo their Interest : calls the appointment of an coming year mark, for
nt I Reddish. Both state and federal state's ( ,
heart even after retire attorney here marvelous
next ,Ianuar>;" authorities are assisting In What the legal profession NIXON says you, many
Horn at llellbronn Springs the Investigation. envisions and hopes tile l ; the average American' has moments and hours of
on Sept 13 I:>, 1909, Sheriff P.O. Sheriff P.O. Reddish, how will enact. Is a full been too pampered. But of contentment.
Reddish! became Bradford ever. Is proud of tile record : assistant state's at M course we cant all lead the Blalock's Meat Market
County's" tvlnnlngest and most of his office solving crimes '. position tor admitting hard, Spartan life of a Presi
respected politician In career down through the years, and Is In small counties, __ dent. Home Own.d & Operated
that began In 1938 when he was particularly proud of a citation ; assistant state attorney a'i/ : R'ear
731 N. Lake Handy Way
olei'ted to the County; Commission received from Governor Fuller servo several counties, "They have pills that will
n position he held tor 10 Warren commending: him on the ( points out. cure almost anything exceptthe New discoveries In 1lIIr&i
years. I lIe first ran tor sheriff work of his offlce. .Only three Sanders watunl, the troll,' and the indicate/ that modern! neon is
in 1943 look office In January such citations have been given says tS million otd,
pears Anftev.n
court will _. _
county :
operate j
w. -
1949 and held the post for six by the State,. Sheriff Reddish ( the past- with the judge f older- on Monday mornittgt. -, -
successive terms. That exceeds says. *
Sheriff P.D. Reddish served as admitting magistrate SCb"t urLbkeb
the record of the late -
deciding !If
evidence pre .
as president of the Florida (
Sheriff W.I. r.pperson: who died by complalntants merits r
Sheriff's Association In SeasOtt6
during his fifth term in office. 1968. : being Issued for ar- I Ai Father Time brings in
and has also been active >In the ,
Reddish recalls that he start When that duty Is finally the New Year hope
program of the Sheriffs Boys : ( tit t we
ed his[ career as sheriff with a Ranch. to an assistant state When all the parties have good cheer ,
staff consisting only of himself Sheriff Reddish Is tho descendent Sanders points out,his I you '
are over and the '
and Half Alvarez who was a of pioneer settlers will be even more !Im- con and good luck. "Happy
combination deputy; and Jailor of Bradford County beginning In that he' won't have fetti settles, We want New Year" to alllSAM)
with his If evidence 'In a case to remember still
great-grandfather, you ,
It wasn't many months before to warrant court action GRIFFIS
Drury Reddish, who came here .5 TAR r "'
best wishes.
he was launched Into the most from find himself In the posi our
Georgia In the 1859's
sensational case of his career, farmed and fought In the Civil : having to rule on that
the murder of storekeeper D.L. War case. Meats & Groceries(
losing his life In the
Sllcox by three Negro holdup battle of Olustee. effort to make the coun- (TEXACO -.
In May 1949. All Delia and Ed Cola:
men early
Reddish has also
three men were taken Into custody
farmed, ftilltimo before starting
before the end of the month, -
Ms political career In 1938
and later tried and convicted --r
and since has interest

of here.first degree murder >In court In the land. : p }Jt U' YWI Good LuckOur S f f f Bestfishes

Another sensational murdercase
1he Old Wo the alarm be
occurred Just last year 1t/mE/l set to
when two employees of Nell's rxu I q celebration this right on time in wishing -.

Beauty; Shop on SR-21 southof + : ; New Year Is In honorof 1 you the cheeriest
Keystone Heights, Miss Patricia Q
Marr,.22 and Mrs. Bob- ,e- t yowl! Wo gratefullywish $ of New Year greetings.

bie Turner 38, were found I "Luckiest( Hap.
murdered In the, shop. Mrs. -m W\.Zif 0 o e gist of Years" to Y BROWN'SRefrigeration

Turner's 16-year-old daughter, ff
Valerie, was also murdered .6M. ;: como for you. Sals and Service And
after being taken from the beauty Carter's JRadlO
Richard Carter Air Condltlonlncif I '
shop. Her skeleton was found "What single girls are seek
near Starke Just off SIMS ing ia a husband with a fat & TV Service: Lawtey 782-3577
almost a year later. wallet and a slim stomach.:' for the words

catch the right I
we como up

"A Happy New I

A to all of 'you.
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and Lacy Moblejr
blowing our horn ) '1 J I II Iw
all, we wish 363
this New Year seasonto
happy and healthy .IA.\
wish you a happy days ahead. And to all

and successful year; ,'.
friends '''
our we extend N'
Portable Welding sincorost thanks. Q 'p
JHkanopy Welding ShopaI

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U.S. 301 South ,, ttlo..t \

Mi canopy Stork .964.8970 466-3233 .Sid 'Shuford Station Wishes, i I \\s ? \\): .

you're heading r

"With Smith-Corona an enJoyable( and : 't, Iwo ,
my New Year. ';["
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Senator Deplores ONE HEART- Gene Whitworth

Is Community
Conditions At PrisonReceptionMedical ONE LIFEONE

CenterAfter HEART! ONE LIFE- New 8th Circuit "
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an all-day' visit at are even more appalling, when > ..
the Lake Butler Prison Reception one realizes that there are
and Medical Center numerous Inmates at Lake : Does emotional upheaval State
such as grief, frustration, anxiety Attorney
State Butler homosexuals
Sen. David McClaln(Republican who" are known ; and anger adversely affect By ELIZABETH GIVENS' WALKERThe
Tampa) said his '
Inspection convinced Mm that Supt. Cook told The Telegraph the Heart
youthful offenders are getting that an attempt made Aj: "Many factors play a ,of the circuit. In Bradford NOTICE I vices will begin between 10 and
role. .one of them alone may give and take of court-
their Introduction to to Isolate known homosexual Gene Shaw former An Emancipation Celebrationwill
prison County; 10:30.: The first services will
not much problem, but a work Is first love of
life under In cells themselves but pose room the be held 1 Beth-
deplorable condi- by State representative, will have January at end at Midnight. An early
combination of may cer- Gene WhItworth the 8th Judicial -
tions. that It Is not known whether the For State these duties. lehem Freewill Baptist at 8 breakfast will be served after
affect heart.
McClaln said he visited the they are homosexuals or not tainly Circuit's Attorney- The responsibilities of the p.m. Rev. G.G. McAuthor will the midnight service. There
example, a man may receive a elect but after the first of
center when they first arrive at the be the speaker.
unannounced saw his mother- w office will be Increased even will be no charges for the break-
call from have
phone the he won't
one-man cells, measuring center. she Is year more with the addition of juvenile After the address there will fast. The final service will
inlaw.saying coming
seven by nine feet, being usedto Sen. McClain said there are week much time ,for It., cases, Whitworth said. be a popularity; contest and be held after the breakfast will
for maybe
or a
house three men due to racial tensions among prisoners month. The a man's likely response Under the new rules of"Judi- It is expected to take one full- crowning the winner New Year's terminate the services.
overcrowded about 60 cent of this King or Queen of 1973.
conditions. per of adrenalin cial reform" which go Into time assistant to handle
Is a discharge -
Although he found the kit- whom are black. which Increases the effect the first of January, the new load, he added. Prepare to attend this program rantE KOLLECE
chen and assembly areas of He said prison officials told contraction and rate state attorney's office In The assistants in each of the and enjoy an evening of DAY CARE CENTER
the prison "reasonablyclean him there are 70 schizophrenic of his heart strength and elevates Ms Gainesville will be Involved In five counties other than Alachua entertainment and be Informed. The Day Care Center Is open
," McClain said "I do Inmates receiving little or will handle the misdemeanorcases to In
heart's usage. His blood the total handling of criminal CHURCH NEWS serve you of
not believe these one-man no psychiatric treatment because oxygen prosecution matters from the in those countiesthe your children. For Information
cells, as presently occupied, the Legislature did not pressure also goes up. time the original complaint Is 1 cases that are now handled in New Bethel Baptist Church, call 964-8866 from 7-9 each
are possible to keep clean and appropriate money to fill 30 filed until the Jury returns Its ; Nt county and city: ; courts. The Rev. Leroy Davis pastor will day.
sanitary under such cramped psychiatric aid and nursing Q: If my heart sometimes verdict. Consequently, Whit- i assistants will also sign the be host to the Ministers and
conditions." positions. He said two psy- skips a beat, is this a sign of worth's time will be devoted Informations for misdemeanors Deacons Union Auxiliary of Mt.

In a memo to all other clatrlsts are assigned to the heart disease? mostly,to administrative duties. Slant Missionary Baptist Asso- t
State senators, McClain said medical center. A! "No. A person witha Whitworth said that arraign- ciation; Rev. Leroy Davis, Moderator -

that the Lake Butler facility; Supt. Cook told The Telegraph normal heart may sometimes Whltworth who won the state ments will be scheduled oncea and Rev. L.W. Thomas,
was built for 700 Inmates, / that there are around feel his heart skipping slower a beator attorney's post without opposition [.: I week, on Mondays, rather than president. December 29-31. All
but house 1,260 on the day 7serious mental cases in beating faster or In the September pri once a month as at present. members are asked to please
of his visit.A. the three Institutions, Florida than usual. However It may maries, will succeed Ted Dun- Whitworth has !gained a reputation be present Friday for electionof
L. Cook, Superintendent State Prison (Bradford County be a sign of heart disease. can, whose retirement In Jan- __ as a leader in activities officers. i r
of the Lake Butler Center,' ; ), and Union Correctional It Is best to see a physicianto uary marks the end of an era. to bring about drug arrests, Greater Bethlehem Freewill v

told The Telegraph/ that he Institute and the Reception. make sure. Duncan has been state attorney or his representative. Insteadof and he hopes to keep the drug Baptist Church Rev. Jasper
considered Sen.McClaln's description and Medical Center both In for the 8th Circuit (Including In cases as his personal responsibility Williams pastor. The Christ
judge even
What If heart starts county ,
of conditions there Union County.; "They are not Q: my I'm sitting Alachua. Baker, Bradford, Gil- misdemeanor The ; in spite of his new administrative mas programs were held Sun-
all at the reception center beating rapidly while cases. day, Dec. 24, with the Primary
generally accurate. He said, desk relaxingat christ Levy and Union Counties charges will be brought by direct duties.
however that Cook said. my or Whitworth born in Asheville department performing at 11 L.
overcrowding ? ) for 36 years, almost the Informations In most In- was -
Is worse now than It was dur- Sen. McClaln said prison home length of Whitworth's life N.C. and lived in Balti- a.m. with Mrs. Alberta Rlsby
stances.It .
ing the senator's Inspection."We statistics Indicate that 98 Aj Like cars,people's heartsrun agreed last week,however more and Washington, D.C. before in charge The program was
reached a peak of 1.307 per cent of all l Inmates even-' differently .some quietlyand Due to the change in court was until funds moving to Orlando with his terminated with the Juniors
However that adequate
on Tuesday, Dec. 19," Cook tually return to society; whe- some not so quietly. rules, Whltworth finds him- ,made available Bradford family In 1946. He graduated presenting a 3-act Play "A
said ther they have been rehabilitated It Is dangerous' to try are from the University; of Florida Christmas Stinger." Senior 1 1O
to diagnose heart'scondition. self in the position of deter- and other small counties of
Inmates usually spend from or not, but that rehabilitation your own College of Law In 1963 and was Choir rehearsal Is held each *
Only a qualified physician mining who Is prosecuted and the circuit will continue Issu- r
five to eight weeks at the programs are for certain whe- who is not-- not only In cir- ing arrest warrants throughthe admitted to the bar In 1964. Tuesday night at 7:30.: Prayer i -
reception center, undergoing woefully Inadequate. can say cuit He was In private practice In Meeting each Wednesday night. r-
ther the symptoms mean there court felony cases, as in County; Judge's office, at
Intelligence and aptitude tests "It concerns me that thereIs with the past, but also In' misdemeanors least until next July. Gainesville before being appointed Thursday night Story Hour Is
a large percentage of. inmates Is something wrong your assistant held at the Church. The Ladles
and physical examinations before as state attorney I
docketed In and
county: With the added responsibilities \ -
going on to other pri- In the prison system heart.Q city; courts. ; of the office, Whit- a position he has held Circle will be held (tonight) .. 0'
sons where they will serve who have serious mental and since 1966. Thursday. Friday night the
time. emotional problems, butthereIs : Is a pain In the left side Generally a wanting worth is planning an expan- lie Is married to the former Prayer Band will meet. Also Whether ulic'.-rnlrrlKinin I on
Sort. McClain'laid that pri no psychiatric treatment of the chest ?a positive sign of to file a criminal person complaint sion In Gainesville, and will Joann Waters of Jacksonvilleand Junior Choir rehearsal. dirlntniuii Hay. or after New

son officials are doing their available to them, despite the heart disease .. Such will go to the state attorney have a representative of the they have three children, Sunday services will begin 'Y ..r'.. xlte'll want to ilo !o ina
best, but are unable to pro- fact that most of these prisoners A: Not necessarily. but a state attorney's office in each Daryl 10, Greg, 7, and Catherine with Sunday School at 9:30: ImmUomo new robr. Above
perly classify each prisonerInto will eventually be returned should may be harmless, of the five more rural counties 3. Morning service at 11 Evening done In C'rlunrne: ArnrltD> Irlmrlutr .

the rehabilitation program to free society; Mc- cian. It be is checked dangerous by a to physi make service, 6 p.m.Watchnlght ser- sad nylon flew.

best suited to him when Clain said. _._._ __ A'A__._t._. Dedication! Is an overused
there are so many Inmatesto ,)'u.n'II"U. word. but how else| to describe .'

handle. Information onheart the jogger who keeps f 1 Yv
For free
"These cramped quarters SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic subjects, contact your local, waiting on for8tna stop place sign,while to t 'a:
unquestionably expose other
Letters & Numbers for interiorand Heart Association. change? .
Inmates to serious bodily
exterior use. All sizes, co ;
harm and Inhumane
are by lors.Bradford County; Tele-
anybody's standards," Mc- graph. Dear Consumer '
Clain said. "These conditions .


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I Bradford's Larry Brown,

Has Been Key Is Now Stealer Tight End"I

To BHS BasketballersIn almost decided to hang "It was Just one of those October, the pro teams held a on the speciality; teams as well the game. Last year's Stonier
It an being the No. two tight end."Fhyslcally,1 team went 6-8 and Brown con-
up, says Larry talk- year., Brown said. "But It simulated draft and I was the this
ing about his early football turned out pretty successful." first round choice of one club, there Is not tributes the team's success
career at Bradford High School. "I really didn't worry about Brown is now In Ms s.condye8l' much difference between college year to maturity. "
"If It wasn't for Hurse I and the pro ranks,"Brown "Maturity; Is the key replied -
being drafted because In early with the Steelers and plays
Early 4-1 Record probably wouldn't have ever said. "They are both rough. Brown. ."Last year we
gone back." were young and playing for
experience. We made a lot of
He did though\ and was named Larry Brown First Black mistakes due Immaturity,but

"Defense has been the key give 14, to their opponents.But from any one Individual tallying the High Tornadoes School All-American the as this yer we have put It all
far this 31 from 12 field goals and seven won Football At BHSlie together. \
so year, our oppo- Player
offensively they make It championship for the second r nents shots.
are averaging 49.4 points charity;
up by averaging 12 pointsIn straight ,,year In 1968. Brown much difference with the exception -
per game, we are averaging" the first quarter 17 In tile In the North Marlon game McKInney then went to a star at the '' natural of Franco Harris a
62.6 points 1 was afraid for him anddidn't had the reflexes,
per game second, IS: In the third; and 20 Berry and Golden brokea university; of Kansas .and Js Although rookie full back who gained over
says Head Bradford Basketball want him to play says the ability, Hurse said -
In the Total close game and scored second tight end "
fourth points scored now a year
1,000 In regular season play.
Coach Mike Sexton, speaking Mrs. Willie Brown. he only had one spring
this far baskets that Just blew the game the Flttsburg Stealers He
the on
so by
year Brown said that he still enjoys -
of the "But when he determined Just
early season performance was was
Red Is 304 while BHS has given open according: to Sexton. Is the only Bradford product to practice anbe else.much the game and there Is a
of the BHS Varsity Tornado he would, I'm not the type; better everybody .
Cagers. up 249 points. The Tornadoes start Florida be signed by aprofe.slonalerld of mother to stand In the financial factor, but he is goingto
TournamentIn team and then make the squad. way Good enough to be named an
Jimmy Ricks from Green Star Conference of her make denlstry his life career,
Bradford has ended 1972 witha Cove and former player for Palatka next Thursday, Jan. Home town fans will have a AllAmerican."He ., he will go back tP- dental school
4-1 record to date,. losing the most points 4 which will last three nights. Her son Is former BHS High Brown, Larry "
BUS has scored chance to see Brown play Sun- was the first black to next year and right now Is In
to Green Cove
only 5851.: BHS day afternoon as the Steelers All-Amerlcan Larry play' football at BHS," noted "The biggest difference the the midst of trying to find a
will face Green Cove Brown and end
again now a tight
host the Miami Dolphins to on Hurse. "We couldn't have school which offers Its
Tuesday night Jan 9. the Plttsburg Steelers In the mental transition pne has to pro-
decide the American Football National Football started off with a better youngster "The biggest difference Is the grams In the off-season.
"Willie Newsome Sheldon Neraa And Activities From Conference Championship. The League. His success made It so mental transition one has to Not sure where he will be
Hodge, Danny McKinney, Mala- game will be broadcast locallyon "I was afraid of racism" much easier for others to make. We don't practice as hard going, he has found two schools,
chi Henry and Al Berry have Channel 12, beginning ,at Mrs. Brown said. "That they follow( but you give your full time to' the Universities of Tennessee
all given us steady perfor- THE RECREATION CENTERBANTAM noon. would not accept him. football. In college you have and Washington.

mances defensively. Able Wil "But they did and Coach your other studies but as a pro
llama Curtis White and Al- Brown was the first black to (David) Hurse was so nice to you give It your total concen-
vaughn Golden have also donea play at Bradford High and to Larry. One of the greatest Indians tration."

good Job for us," commented do so, had to transfer from EJE momenta In my life was when When asked for a predictionon wgeatw
Sexton. BASKETBALL Chicken Jackson Building High In his senior year. the players carried Larry off the Mlami-PIttaburg game

Supply; Charley Johns Insurance "The most significant part the field following the Auburn- the former BHS star reservedall
I Able Williams and Willie The Bantam Basketball Program Agency Southern of occurred dale when the Riding
; my career duringthe game we won region comment on that until after
Newsome have been the steadiest will get back Into full Discount; First Federal; spring when I was still attending championship"

players, according to Sex- swing Tuesday, January 2, with Kentucky Fried Chicken; RJK and then going Named
a High School All-
ton. Curtis White returnedto practice sessions scheduled Draw Tito: Garden Restaurant over to BHS after school for American and 3GameStreak
his old self over the weekend each Tuesday Thursday, and ; Gem Jewelry; spring practice," explained football a Recipient ofa I
scholarship to the
with good games against North Friday, 3:30: 5:30: pun. Chamber 'Of Commerce; Brown contacted Tuesday In University of Kansas
Marlon and Buchholz. '.Sexton 10-U-12who would Klch Drugs Baldwin Chev- ; Larry
Boys, ages ; Flttsburg. only football
hedge played In his
and had Shell
like rolet
to play still register
his best game Saturday night by picking up may forms at the Pratt Service; Winkler Electric; "Things started out pretty senior year at BHS.

against Buchholz. Street Center or the Recreation Branding Iron; Conner Insurance rough and I almost decided to "It was the first year he had
"We look for performancelike Department Office. ; Starke Builders hang things up. Early In the played football" said Bradford The Keystone Heights High
c spring I got hurt and missed .School Indians zipped to their
this," says Sexton. League games are tentatively Supply, Starke Jaycees; practice."I Coach David Hurse. second and third basketball wins
Able Williams lead the Torn- scheduled to begin Tuesday Barrett's Concrete; Cunningham "But he had a lot of natural December 15 and 19 with victories
adoes In scoring with an average January 9. Gulf; Merritt Williams was debating whether to ability; and a great attitude over Mayo 69-60 and Ma--
of 18.8 Insurance and Bad- stay with football."said Brown
points per game, from ; lie was an ambltous youngsterand ranatha 54-49.'
five meets. JUNIOR BOYSBASKETBALL cock Furniture: "But Coach Rune payed me a made the most of Ms ability;
Willie Newsome Is next with Total contributions through visit and we talked things ever. "After After dropping the season's 1..97Jf
The Junior Basketball He told me what football winning the StateChampionship first four the Indiansare
10.6 points, Curtis White with Boys December 22 Is $180. was games,
7.2. Sheldon Hodge and A] Program ages 13-14-15, will all about-that If you're hurt, In 65 we thoughtwe now riding high on a three ,
would win It If
Berry each with 6.2 and Danny resume Its regular schedule you still go to practice again we game winning streak
could find a tight end and a -
McKInney with 8. with sessions being held each 4-0 Rebels "He gave me encouragementand ," Hurse said. "After "Fewer, floor mistakes, bet-
Rebound leaders are Curtis Tuesday 5:30: 7 p.m. and If It wasn't for Hurse, playing on the freshman team ter rebounding, and shooting the

White with 11.6 pergame. Able Saturday, 2-4 p.m. begin- I probably wouldn't have ever Wayne McLeod came back out percentage shots are the pri- Ring in the New Year.

Williams with 8.8, and Shel- ning Tuesday, January 2. UndefeatedIn gone back." as quarterback and then Larry mary reasons for the win" An world is
Boys Interested ,eager
according ,to Head Coach Stefan ,
don lodge with eight. may register at the Recreation After a highly touted high appeared out of nowhere. -
Brokas. ..
Newsome has 23 assists so Department Office. Birth Certificates Men's Volleyball League ? school career, Larry Brows had "Larry then progressed with a : '
far this year the most of anyone are required as proofof action Wednesday, Dec. 20, scholarship offers from several each day." "Without 'question! 'we're STARKEMOTOR
of the Is schools but decided playing better ball than the first
team.Berry age" the Ralford Rebels added two finally on When asked If he remembered
next with 13, Malachi Henry the University; of Kansas."I four games and we're certainly PARTS
with 12 and McKInney with LEARN TO BOWL more victories and now are any one play In particular looking forward to extendingour We send to ill the best ,
only undefeated team in thelea- 1 really couldn'tevaluata'theschools Hurse replied, "Without a win steak," Brokas said
gue as the Dinks went down. and Coach Hurse knewKansas' doubt!! after Tuesday's win. of Season's Greetings.
"Three of our players have BOYS & GIRLS I
AGES 10.10 In the opening match, the Spikes Coach Pepper Rodgersa "It In the Macclennygame
been a spark to us In every ( former University of Florida was Sophomore "Sure Shot" Don TASTEEFREFZDRIVEIN
The Starke Recreation Department won their initial game ; the first of the
ball game. All three or one coach and. now Head Coach at game Wingate and team leader Bobby '
of the three come of the benchto In conjunction with but while the Spikers won a season. In the first quarter humor led Keystone's scoring .
U.C.L.A.X" added Brown.
Palm Lanes of Gainesville will battle they still lost the war < Jim Godwin defensive iYC' ; ; ,
give us a boost every time him December 19 with 18 and 15 \\o..
"Knowing better both
we play. They have never offer free bowling Instruction In a skirmish with Keystone I we tackle, broke through the Wild- points. Bobby Grayson who .''.,, t ...\ .t"
decided sould fair shot ,
to Bradford and The Spikers took the first game a cat line and grabbed the : t\ {
failed us. We've nicknamed County; boys there." quar has been adding valuable rebound U.S. 301 NORTH .I':
of the match 9-7, with the time terback. Instead of f "";"'
girls ages 10 16. tacklingthe fr4 ;':
them the Busters. In
After Coach Rodgers flew out : recentgames, FLORIDA ; ,,JA.
They are Danny McKInney, Al The program will be conduc- limit ending the game. Keystone quarterback like most players scored seven points. Guard STARKE, 44'
Berry and Alvaughn Golden. ted In the Palm Lanes Bowl- evened the games up by personally to sign Brown the would have Larry then instinctively Larry Turknett, following a \. >' .
In the North Marlon Game Ing Alley each Saturday after- taking the second game 14-11 former BUS grinder went on grabbed the football brilliant game against Mayo, art; ., a..

they combined for 29 points, noon beginning January 8, 1973. as once again the 15 minute time to start at tackle his sophomore away from him and raced 85 played a near-flawless floor t.., 'ff" ':" ,.
Instruction In bowling will beglv.n limit ended the game. The rubber year on the team which went yards for a touchdown." ( ItJP' to' ht
7 and added six
assists and five reboundsas game points.Welcome ;
and the match wentto all the way to the Orange Bowl. Mk r I .
for three sessions from -
well as doing a good Job r
His Junior Brown playedat .
defensively," commented Sex- 1 2:30: p.m. for the three Keystone by the score of year *
defensive end and was finally 'f
15-11. ;
ton. Saturdays, January 6, 13, and
20. moved to tight end as a :
The second match of the
We've got good depth and that There is no cost for the pro- evening paired the two undefeated senior 1 15oa90A .
has made the difference for us gram and transportation will teams, Ralford and the Hobbled by a leg Injury,Brown .

this year. We can go to the be provided. Dinks and the Dinks Just dlnk- missed several games his ".. .' .., .t
bench and the people that come Anyone Interested In this program ed out, losing the flrstgame 12- senior year but was still drafted ,.. .: .; ,
In the ball game don't hurt us must register either at high. "'
7 and the second game 152. tI
a bit and sometimes they make Pratt Street Center or the Recreation Best of Luck ::ti.i .,. .
us stronger, and everybody that Office.BASKETBALL. In the third match of the evening I-:==t.HEW ,
has been called on has done a Ralford moved Its recordto My Neighbors
good Job," said Coach Sexton.Deten.lvely UNIFORMCONTRIBUTIONS 4-0 by taking the first two 4102' DEC70MP. 14

the Tornadoesseem games of the match over the; z ? YEAR GREETINGS
to get weaker as the game Spikers 15-11 and 159. While Greetings to all our

goes on. In the first Quarter The following businesses have the Spikers are still winless } 8 Grsatfngs; friends as another year The New Year is one of promise
of each game BHS has given up contributed toward the they were much Improved over comes to '
pur- an end. W.wl.h .
an average of 11 points whileIn chase of Basketball Uniforms the opening night of play and In your bank of personal 4127 OC'n M.1.17 Let us have faith and work to

the second give up 12. In for the Bantam All-Stars: promise to get better. treasures, may Lei's all join In to welcome you and yours best make il bft1er.COOPER'S.
the third Just a hair higher of health and success
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Yawn Conducts Last County Court Session Here

Seven cases were transferred 'ville. with forgery and uttering forgery Willie Pitman, charged with Glllyard had another chargeof 'son, James Edward Lanier, driving and leaving the scene N Qpytr
to Circuit Court or defendants The session last Tuesday also waived the right to preli selling alcoholic beverages to failure to appear In court, Marie Sllvay Ouerrere, Erma of an accident.... '
. granted the right tor market the final appearance hearing and a public minors was fined $101 or 30 .but was In a hospital and the Jean Chesser Klrchalne, and N '
a preliminary hearing Tuesday of Attorney Elzle Sanders as defer was appointed for him. days In Jell.Barry case was suspended.Ten .. Charles Elton Cook, all charged o yEp'RsY
Dec. 19, In County Court' county prosecutor. Sanders will Burn Brown waived a preliminary Hampton plead not with unlawful speed and
action with. Judge Theron Yawn take office In January as county; hearing, but accepted a guilty to the charge of lewd and persons failed to appearIn James Small charged with Improper R.If
prealding.Judge Judge, succeeding Yawn and At- public defender for the charge lascivious behavior. morning court. They were turn.
Yawn torney Gene Shaw will serve as of posseslon of a weapon, by a Fines assessed In the morning Walter Lee Phllpot Charles
conducted his prosecutor. state prisoner. session were: Marlon L. Phillips Edward Jenkins Joseph Michael Tomas Mitchell Edwards pled
final court plea Tuesday day session after In county In December 19 court action: Thomas Leroy Lumley waived charged with violation of Debond,Mitchell E.Bran- not guilty to charge of careless
serving 20 John McCutchen was granted a preliminary hearing and a right of way, fined$51 or three
as Bradford
years Judge. On Jan. 2' he County the right to a preliminary hear public defender was appointedfor days In Jail; Joe Edward Lee,
office as Group 6 circuit will take tag for the charge of aggravated -, the charge of escape\ from charged with unlawful speed Aid Cut (From PaS.n)
court "9
assault. state prison. fined $51 or three days In jail
Judge with office
an In Gaines Charles Gardner, charged Charles Patrick Faucett, John Cecil Cone, charged with
charged with escape breakingand careless driving and fined$26 the effort to hold 1973 Federal office said the news was '"
entering with Intent to commit or three days In jail;' Ronald budget outlays to $250 billion." greeted with "shock and dis-
a felony, and grand larcenyand Craig Starling charged with belief" when relayed to the
robbery, was granted the wilful and wanton reckless driving The USDA'announcement said county offices Tuesday.
FLORIDA THEATRE right to a preliminary hearingand and fined$36 or three days that "Income supplements for Frank Pope, state director
a public defender was ap, In j jail; Otis Erskln Hlchman, farmers that have been provided of the ASCS, said It Is not May the New year
Showtime Weekdays pointed. fined $16.50 for having an Improper by REAP and WBP(Wa- known yet what Impact the termination ire kind to you in May fate route all
Sunday 3:00: Saturday 1:00: Ronald Lee charged with escape driver's license; Earl ter Bank Program) are no of the program will every way.
l was appointed to a public Jenkins chanted with havingno 'longer necessary." It said that have on Jobs or the operation good things your
defender and his right to apre- valid driver's license and net farm Income In 1972 reachedan of the state ASCS activities.
,Tlumot,!Uae waif dIangad his Ina IIInIIJ cIIIDIII: liminary hearing waived. fined $26 or three days in jail; all-time high of nearly $19 Besides Individual farmers, CANNON & SONS $ t way in 73.
Gilbert Hill was granted the Richard Lee Fill, charged with billion and "In view of this, the cancellation will also curb GAS'\ CO.
SUN INTBRNATrOMAL PRODUCTIONSToday right to a preliminary hearingand failure to use due care and fined and because of the general acceptance tree planting and pasture projects L P Bottle i7
a public defender was appointed $36 or three days; Stanley and profitability of of the high school voca-
to the case for the Ray Miller, charged with Improper certain practices, It Is believed tional agriculture department, SoU. .,Service .' .
charge, of aggravated assault start from parked position ,that farmers will continue to and the protects of Individual
and assault with Intent to com- and fined $16 or two days; Implement a significant number FFA members, who had qualified Tanks Loaned NUGENT ELECTRIC
mit murder. and Johnny Glllyard, charged of them without,supplemental under the program. ".
Summonses In the afternoon with unlawful speed and fined 'Income from" the The cancellation action Is expected Earl Terry Ronnie CannonLowtey Stark. 9648641Box
session of court Included J.D. $26 or three days.e 'ernment. to create a fight between 269
Adams, charged with writing Carver said that the Brad- the Nixon Administration and 782-3668
a worthless check. Adams pled ford County ASCS committeehad Congress, since Congress had
not guilty to the charge. Stan- Wall Street thinks peace already met on December appropriated$225.5 million for
ley Wayne Alvarez charged would be good for the stock 13 to outline Its development the program nationally In 1973. Vn o aVsiVcnro o s fi 9 ffsffWffffffb o B o o o e o o e o oBILL'S
lascivious market which I Is not exactly program for 1973. Leaton Morgan -
with lewd and behavior Many Congressmen were already -
case was continued. the only reason for going Jr. Is chairman of the Irked because the Administration C.B. Radio & Equipment
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'A? MI Herman Fugatt all charged with move of the whole program. NOW $145.95 SPECIAL.
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Bradford's Larry Brown, '

Defense Has Been Key Is Now Stealer Tight End

To BHS BasketballersIn "I almost decided to hang "It was Just one of those October, the pro teams held a on the speciality teams as well the game. Last year's Steeler

it up," says Larry Brown talkIng years," Brown said. "Bat It simulated draft and I was the an being the No.' two tight end. team went 6-8 and Brown contributes this-
about his early football Physically, there Is not the team's success
turned out pretty successful first round choice of one club.
career at Bradford High School. "1 really dWt worry about Brown Is now In his second much difference between college -' year to maturity.; "
"If It wasn't for I and the pro ranks"Brown "Maturity; Is the key, replied -
Nurse, being drafted! because In early year with the SteelersandplaysLarry
Early 4-1 Record probably wouldn't have ever said. "They are both rough. Brown. ."Last year we
gone back." were young and playing for
experience. We made a lot of
He did though and was named Brown First Black mistakes due to Immaturity; ,but

"Defense has been the key give 14, to their opponents. from any one Individual tallying High School: All-Amerlcan as this yer we have put It all
the Tornadoes the
won state
so far this year, our opponents 31 from 12 field goals and seven Football Player At BHSHe together."Personnelwise.
But offensively they make It championship) for the second there ts not
averaging 49.4 shots
are points charity;
up by averaging 12 points' : I straight year In 1966. Brown much difference with the exception -
per game, we are averaging" in the first quarter 17 In: the In the North Marlon game McKlnney then went to a star at the natural of Franco Harris a
1 afraid for him anddidn't had the reflexes,
62.6 points was
per game second 15 in third; Berry,and Golden broke of Kansas .and
the and 20 university; Is Although rookie full back who gained over
says Head Bradford Basketball want him to play, says the ability; Hurse said -
close and scored
In the game second tight end "
fourth. Totalpolnteecor- now a year 1,000 In regular season play
Coach Mike Sexton, speakingof ) Mrs. Willie Brown. he only had one spring
ed this far the baskets that Just blew the game the Flttaburg Steelers. He
year so by Big on determined Brown said that he still enjoys -
the early season performance "But when he was practice, he was Just that much
Red Is 304 while BItS has open according to Sexton. Is the only Bradford product to
given the and there Is a
of the BUS Varsity, Tornado he would, rm not the type; better than everybody else.
Cagers. up 245 points The Tornadoes start Florida be signed by aprofesslonalgrid of mother to stand In the financial factor but he Is goingto
Jimmy Ricks from Green Star Conference Tournament team and then make the squad. of her eat" way Good enough to be named an make demstry Ms life career

Bradford has ended 1972. with Cove and former player for In Palatka next Thursday Jan. Home town fans will have a All-American.. he will go back tp dental school
a 4-1 record to date, losing BHS has scored the most points 4, which will last three nights.Netot chance to see Brown play Sun- School Her son Is former BUS High "He was the first black to Brown, Larry next "year and rlgbt'Iow la In
to Green Cove
only 58-51. BHS All-American.
will face Green Cove again day afternoon as the Steelers Brown, and now a tight end Larry on play football at BHS," noted "The biggest difference is the the midst of trying to find a
Tuesday night Jan. 9. host the Miami Dolphins to the Plttsburg Steel era In the Hurse. "We couldn't have mental transition pne has to school which offers its programs -
decide tie American Football National Football started off with a better young- 'The biggest-difference is the In the off-season.
"Willie Newsome. Sheldon And Activities From Conference Championship. League."I ster. His success made ttao mental transition one has to Not sure where he will be
Hodge, Danny McKInney, Mala- game will be broadcast locallyon was afraid of racism," much'1 easier for others to make. We don't practice as hard going, he has found two schools,
chi Henry and Al Berry have Channel 12, beginning ,at Mrs. Brown said. "That they follow." but you give your full time to the Universities of Tennesseeand
all given us steady perfor- THE RECREATION CENTERBANTAM noon. would not accept him. football. In college you have Washington.

mances defensively. Able Wll-! "But they die and Coach your other studies but as a pro
llama, Curtis White and Al- Brown was the first black to (David) Hurse was so nice to you give it your total concen-
vaughn Golden have also donea play at Bradford High and to Larry. One of) the greatest Indians tration."
good Job for us," commented do so, had to transfer from&IE moments In my life was when When asked for a predictionon
Sexton. BASKETBALL Chicken Jackson Building High In his senior year. the players carried Larry off the Mlaml-Fittsburg game,
Supply; Charley Johns Insurance "The most .significant part the field following the Auburn- the former BHS star reservedall
Able Williams and Willie The Bantam Basketball Program Agency; Southern of my career occurred duringthe dale game when we won the region Riding comment on that until after
Newsome have been the steadiest will get back Into full Discount; First Federal; spring when I was still attending championship"

players, according to Sex- swing Tuesday, January 2, with Kentucky Fried Chicken; RJE and then going Named a High School All-
ton. White returnedto practice sessions scheduled Draw Tito: Garden Res over to BHS after school for American 3G.ameStreak
his old self a Recipient ofa
over the weekend each Tuesday, Thursday, and tauranti8m; Jewelry; spring practice) : ," explained football
scholarship to the
with good games against North Friday, 3:30: 3:30 jun. Chamber ,of Commerce; Brown, contacted Tuesday In University of Kansas ,
Marlon and Buchholz,l.aysSex- Boys l0-U-12who would Rich Drugs Baldwin Chevrolet 1'1 ; Larry
ton, and Sheldon had ages Hurst; Shell tta bul'l. only played football) In his
like to play may still registerby ;
his best "Things started out senior year at Bits.
game Saturday night picking up forms at the Pratt Service; Winkler Electric; pretty;
against Buchholz. Street Center or the Recreation Branding Iron; Conner Insurance rough and I almost decided to "It was the first year he had
"We look for performancelike Department Office ; Starke Builders hang things up. Early In the played football" said Bradford The Keystone Heights High

this," says Sexton. League games are tentatively Supply; Starke Jaycees; spring I got hurt and missed Coach David Hurie. School second and Indians zipped to their

Able Williams lead the Tornadoes scheduled to begin Tuesday, Barrett's Concrete; Cunningham practice "But he had a lot of natural December 15 third and basketball 19 with victories wins
In scoring with Gulf Merritt WU- "I was debating whether to -
an average January 9. ; ability; and a treat attitude.
over Mayo 69-60 and
of 18.8 points per game, from Hams Insurance; and Bad- stay with football "said Brown. He was an ambitious youngsterand ranatha 54-49.'
five meets. JUNIOR BOYSBASKETBALL cock Furniture: "But Coach Hurse payed me a made the mo.tof Ms ability;
Willie Newsome Is next with Total contributions through visit and we talked things over "After After dropping the season's .99J
10.6 points, Curtis White with The Junior Boys Basketball December 22 is $180. He told me what football was winning' the State first four games Die Indians
7.2. Sheldon Hodge and Al Program/ ages 13-14-15, will all about-that If you're hurt, Championship in 63: thought are now riding high on a three
we would win It again If
Berry each with 6.2 and Danny resume Its regular schedule you still go to practice. we game winning streak.
could find a tight end and a g
McKinney with 6. with sessions being held each 4-0 Rebels "He gave me encouragementand ," Hurse said "After quarterback "Fewer floor mistakes, bet-
Rebound leaders are Curtis Tuesday. 5:30: 7 and If It wasn't for Hurse; playing on the freshman team ter rebounding, and shooting the
White with 11.6 pergame Able Saturday, 2 > 4'p.m. begin- I probably wouldn't have ever. Wayne McLeod came back out percentage shots are the pri- Ring in the New Year
ning Tuesday January 2.
Williams with 8.8 and Shel- :' mary reasons for the win"
back. and then
UndefeatedIn gone as quarterback Larry"appeared An
Boys Interested In playing .eager world! is waiting
don with according ,to Head Coach Stefan -
Hodge eight. out of nowhere.
may register at the Recreation .... Alter a. highly touted high Brokas. .
Newsome has 23 assists so Department Office. Birth Certificates Mane Volleyball League ",,. school career, Larry Brown had "Larry 'then progressed with ._ j ,; I .
far this year, the most of any- are.required as proof action Wednesday Dec. 20, scholarship offers from several each day." "Without 'question,; we're STARKEMOTOR
of the Is playing better ball than the first
one team.Berry of age. the Ralford Rebels added two schools, but finally decided on When asked U he remembered
next with 13 Malachl four and we're certainly
Henry the University; of Kansas games PARTS
victories and the
with 12 and McKInney with LEARN TO BOWL more now are any one play In particular, looking forward to extending We send to all the best
seven PROGRAM OFFERED only undefeated team In the league "I really' couldn'tevaluate'theschools Hurse replied, "Without a our win steak," Brokas said '
as the Dinks went down.In and Coach Hurse knewKansas' doubt! after Tuesday's win. of Season's Greetings
"Three of our players have BOYS & GIRLS I
AGES 10 16 the opening match, tile Spi- Coach Pepper> Rodgers "It In the Macclenny
been a spark to us In every ( former University of Florida Sophomore "Sure Shot" Don TAsTEEFREEZDRIVEIN
ball game. All three or one The Starke Recreation Department kers won their initial game coach Head; Coach at game, the first game of theseason. Wingate and team leader Bobby I
fi\H\ now .
in conjunction with but while the Splkers won a In the first quarter
of the three come of the bench Humer led Keystone's scoring :I<" ; ;
to give us a boost every time Palm Lanes of Gainesville will battle they still lost tile war "Knowln U.C.L.A.X"him added better Brown.both Jim Godwin, playing defensive December 19 with 18 and 19: <'1, '1-,r6S. ty.t4'c. '} \
offer In skirmish with Keystone tackle broke through the Wildcat .-, I
we play. They have never free bowling instructionto a points. Bobby Crayson, who } :
failed us. We've nicknamed Bradford County; boys and The Splkers took the first game decided" I could get a fair shot line and grabbed the quar has been adding valuable rebound u. S. 301() NORTH '; .f,. S { ; ;
them the "Gang Busters." girls ages 10 16. of the match 9-7, with the time there. terback. Instead of tackling : ......."-- /O.
limit the Keystone After Coach Rodgers flew out the like strength recent games, I ST"RitE, FLORIDA ;, ./....
They are Danny McKlnney, Al The program will be conduc- ending game. quarterback most players scored seven points. Guard __ : ...
Berry, and Alvaughn Golden.In ted In the Palm Lanes Bowl- evened the games up by personally to sign Brown the would have Larry then instinctively Larry Turknett, following a ). .: .
Ing Alley each Saturday afternoon taking the second game 14-11 former EllS grldder went on grabbed the football .
North Marion Game brilliant .
the against Mayo, -
game .
they combined for 29 points, beginning January 6, 1973. as once again the 15: minute time to start at tackle his sophomore away from him and raced 85 played a near-flawless floor ; ."., .. '' .-",.. ....
Instruction In limit ended thegame. The rub year on the team which went yards touchdown." ;10-
7 assists and five rebounds bowling will be for a game and added six points. !
ber and the match wentto all the way to the Orange Bowl. :!
given for three sessions, from game ..
well .
as as doing a good Job :
defensively," commented Sex- I 2:30: p.m. for the three Keystone by the score of His Junior year Brown playedat j. *
Saturdays, January 6, 13, and 15-11. defensive end and was finally : A.

ton.We've 20. The second match of the moved to tight end as a :
got good and that senior.
depth There Is no cost for the program evening paired the two undefeated <
has made the difference for us and transportation will teams, Raiford and the Hobbled by a leg Injury,Brown '

this year. We can go to the be provided. Dinks and the Dinks Just dlnk- missed several games his .., c : '
bench and the people that come Anyone Interested in this pro- ed out, losing the firstgamel27 senior year but was still drafted .; ,
In the ball game don't hurt us must register either at high
gram and the second game 152. 7rJ
a bit and sometimes they make Pratt Street Center or the Recreation Best of .
In the third match of the Luck .. -
us stronger, and everybody that Office.BASKETBALL. evenIng ,:-=
has been called on has done a Raiford moved Its recordto My Neighbors
good Job," said Coach Sexton. UNIFORMCONTRIBUTIONS 4-0 by taking the first two s- 4'02' DEC'70 M.P. 14

Defensively the Tornadoes games of the match over the; NEW YEAR GREETINGS
seem to get weaker as the game Splkers 15-11 and 15-9. While( Greetings to all our

goes on. In the first quarter The following businesses have the Splkers are still winless S.ason'i Uniting Welcome4I27DEC7CM.P. friends as another year The New Year is one of promise.
of each BUS has they were much Improved over
game given up contributed toward the comes to
pur- an end.
an average of 11 points whileIn chase of Basketball Uniforms the opening night of play and In your bank of personal II S wish We let us have faith and"work to

the second give up 12. In for the Bantam All-Stars: promise to get better. treasures, may Let's all |join In to welcome you and yours best, make it betterCOOPER'S,.
the third hair of health and
Just a higher success;
in the final
they gave up an average of $20: Starke Jaycees match of the the New Year store a the New Year.
evening, the Dinks avoided a NURSERY'AND
12.2 points while In the fourth $15: Florida Bank and double loss of the evening by 0Jx.lciru full measure of toy. And let everyone havea

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The college /ootball season $10: Jerome Johns Oil 13-11; and 15-10. Goodman'sStandard many successes, [joys. 2111 N. Temple ;
i is 19 con/uitd/ that many Starke Florida i
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election' pitting 'two lower Roberts Insurance: Ter- Dlnks 3-1, Keystone 1-3, Splk 4 r.J' yA-k ROBERT L. KITCHENSTile James Garland Phone 964.8104x1973
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j Jon Jarvis, Secretary Starke 964.7004 for your many favors. I Our Sincere Thanks Ta Thoe|

Nancy Bradley Thank Yew For Your Loyal Doyle E. Conner Complete Builders Service Who Bought Our Mobiles In
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cases were transferred ville. with forgery and uttering forgery Willie Pitman charged with Glllyard- had another charge 'son James Edward Lander, driving and.leaving, the scene a pPPYx
to Circuit Court or defendants The session last Tuesday also waived the right to preli selling acoholie) beverages to of failure to appear in court Marie Sllvay Guerrere, Erma of an accident...
. granted the right to market the final appearance hearing and a public minors was fined $101 or 30 but was in a hospital and the Jean Chesser Klrchalne and NE
* daay.a preliminary'' hearing: Tues' of Attorney Elzle Sanders as defer was appointed fOr Mm. days in jail.Barry case was suspended.Ten Charles Elton Cook, all charged o pR
; county; prosecutor. Sanders will Burnt Brown waived a preliminary Hampton plead not with unlawful speed and
action!with. Judge Theron Yawn take office In January as county; hearing, but accepted a guilty; to the charge of lewd and persons failed to appearin James Small charged with Improper RIf *
presiding.Judge lunge succeeding Yawn,and Attorney public defender for the charge lascivious behavior. morning court. They were turn.
Yawn conducted Gene Shaw will serve as of posseslon of a weapon, by a Fines assessed In the morning Walter Lee Joseph
final plea day his prosecutor., state prisoner. session were: Marion L. Phillips Edward Jenkins, Michael Tomas Mitchell Edwards pled *
court Tuesday session after In county; In December 19 court action: Thomas Leroy Lumley waiveda charged with violation of Debond,Mitchell E.Bron- not guilty; to charges of careless
years as Bradford serving 20 John McCutchen was granted preliminary hearing and a right of way fined $51 or three *
Judge. On J an. 2' he will County; the right to a preliminary hear' public defender was appointedfor days in jail; Joe Edward Lee
take Ing for the charge of the charge of from charged with unlawful speed 4'
office as Group 6 circuit aggravated escape Aid Cut (From Page 1)) I
court p9
with assault. state prison. fined $51 or three days In jail
Judge an office In
Gaines Charles Gardner, charged Charles Patrick Faucett, John Cecil Cone, charged with
charged with escape, breaking careless driving and fined 926 the effort to hold 1973 Federal office said the news was
-- and entering with intent commit or three days in jail;'Ronald budget outlays to $250 billion." greeted with "shock and disbelief"
a felony, and grand larceny Starling, charged with when relayed to the 0
FLORIDA and robbery, was granted the wilful and wanton reckless drivIng The USDA announcement said county offices Tuesday.
THEATRE right to a preliminary hearingand and fined$36 or three daysIn that "Income supplements for Frank Pope, state directorof
a public defender was ap jail; Otis Erskln Hickman farmers that have been pro- the ASCS, said It Is not May the New year .
Weekdays 7:00 pointed. fined $16.59( for having an im- vided by REAP and WBP(Wa- known yet what Impact the ter- be kind to you In iC May fate route all
Sunday 3:00 Saturday 1:00 Ronald Lee charged with escape proper driver's license; Earl ter Bank Program) are no mination of the program will every way. .
: was appointed, to a publjc Jenkins chanted with havingno ,longer necessary.'*It sold that have on Jobs or the operation good things your
defender and his right to a preliminary valid driver's license and net farm Income lnl)72 reachedan of the state ASCS activities.
i ;J1NI err.>t,,!}the waif dIanged !all 11ft. IIInIf lowsthaM hearing waived. fined 926 or three days in jail; all-time high of nearly $19 Besides Individual farmers CANNON & SONS way in 73.
+ Gilbert Hill was granted the Richard Lee Fill, charged with billion and "In view of this, the cancellation will also curb GAS CO.L .
SUN IMTSmMTtOMAL .rfWOUCTKMM right to a preliminary hearing failure to use due care and fined and because of the general acceptance tree planting and pasture projects P Bottle Gas t
and a public defender was appointed $36 or three days; Stanley and profitability of of the high school voca-
to the case for the Ray Miller charged with Improper certain practices, It Is believed tional agriculture department Sole -.Srvlc -'
n charge of aggravated assault start from parked posi- that farmers will continue to and the protects of individual
and assault with intent to com- tion and fined $16 or two days; 'Implement a significant number FFA members, who had quail- Tanks Loaned NUGENT ELECTRIC
mit murder. and Johnny CUlyard, charred of them without supplemental fled under the program.
,Income from the Federal government Earl _,,Terry Ronnie Cannon Stork 764-8641
summonses In the afternoon with unlawful speed and fined The cancellation action II expected -
r3 r3I session of court included J.D. $26 or three days.e ." to create a fight between Box 269
Adams, charged with writinga Carver said that the Bradford the Nixon Administration and Lawt/ 782.3668
worthless check. Adams pled County; ASCS committeehad Congress, since Congress had
not guilty; to the charge. Stan- Wall Street thinks peace already met on December appropriated$225.5 million for
ley Wayne Alvarez charged would be pod for the stock 13 to outline Its development the program nationally In 1973. o it oo o o d oor iwWfl orororororoTnforvb' b o do o a a oBILL'S
lascivious market which Is not exactly program for 1973. Leaton Mor-
with lewd and behavior Many Congressmen were already
the for Jr. Is chairman of the C.B. Radio & Equipment
case was continued. only reason going gan Irked because the Administration -
Bond estreatures in the after- ahead with it.{ committee. had approved the 321 N. Temple Ave 964-8346 or 8361
y noon were Odls E. Hickman Between' and Florida release of only $140 million of
8,000 9,000 S PEARCE SIMPSON TIGER 23 169.95 Keg.
Arturo Garcia Martinez, and this amount, prior to Its cancellation -
I!: / ', Herman Fugatt,all charged with Negotiations In Paris move farmers have been participating of the whole program. NOW $145.95 SPECIAL.
toward a cease-fire. Mean In the
voluntary Intoxication. program The REAP program was Initiated LQOkBEAKCAT
while a cease-epeculation The J.QJ21S La.0
ly. state's allocation for
Marvin E. Rosier pled guilty; be at the beginning of 1972,
r to the charge of not displayinga might helpful. 1972 was $3,440,000, with payments ; and Included programs formerly BASE & MOBILE RADIO
mobile home tag and was fined to Individual farmers administered under the
: $16.50 or three days in Jail. ranging between$275 and $300 old ACP program, as well as REG. 2229.95 SLASHED TO $149.95
II year. The maximum that any several new practices designedto While They Lost Many Extras
one farmer could receive In a Improve the soil, prevent Magnetic Signs Mad. To Oder On Promises.
;year was 2500.: erosion, and cut down on pollution Master Charge & Bank Amerleord Accepted ?
A spokesman at the State ASCS factors. 31 JLajU.8.fl.. .;jLOJUUUUJUL jUtflJL tJUUI-t-ll.ll En n xJUHOBonusBuy
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". blackened with the blood ofpersecutedlndians" I ? .: ", ";

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(fifth Installment of a man- continues now how better -::
,telling -
home of Ms childhood
where K
crowned with
uscript written In 1843 by John treatment by the white success an.undertaking encouraging Immigration, a I .- s, r
he knew and kind wid.0
open arms fraught \ recent Congress were Induced I
Charles Richard great- man might hove
prevented hearts were ready to receive much goodness. I know there to pass a law allowing 160 I
Mrs J. mar.of
grandfather w. these Indian "de-
of Starke describing him had that home been are some who will smile with acres to each settler who .
Epperson predations".)
cheered with the benign influ- at the idea of would locate '
contempt tam- himself for five # .
a trip through this section -
of Florida In 1843, In ence of Christianity he doubtless ing an Indian, but how limited consecutive years, clear five
last week's Installment Mr. Schools should have been would have remained a must be die conception, acres within one ;year after '
Richard pronounced RI- Introduced and efforts madeto proud monument to those who how Illiberal the mind, and the Issue of his permit south $$ "
chard' --described' the civilize the main body of had bestowed upon him their how little or partially must of a certain designated 1 line, p,
kindness and attention in the they have studied human nature since the cessation of hostilities. !
"butchering" and other brutalities the Nations by disseminating $$
boast of our plt antropb.yIour -- ? II
practiced against the religion and education among who imagine that the degraded I
desire to plant the banners African Is easier to r.. k
pioneer families of this area them. It is true, Isolated Instances -
of civilization upon the be Influenced by good precepts It has had the desired effect
by the Indians, but goes on occurred where
wry "outer walls" of the the noble and of filling the Territory
to relate that these acts of education has been bestowed than high- up
world. Why when have we minded child of the forest. with population it would
savagery/ were often provoked upon a solitary Indian of a
by mistreatment of the Indians whole tribe wno,, when thrown neglected within our own bos- not otherwise acquired for
om a race universally acknowledged The only difference among years. Those who have been
the world and
by some unscrupulous upon permitted -
to the human race results from induced to avail
possess a superior- themselvesof
white men who sought to take to think for himselfthe --
fly of intellect? the difference of I
education. donation
a government are :S'
advantage of the Indians, defrauding love of kindred the Influence -
all only reflect the knowl- of the
and +
generally poorer
them of their properly of early associations Half the money expendedin 1 ,
edge of those who have industrious class who
and other rights. He Induced him to return to die the Florida War would have gone are ,
before usi; then why should willing to endure the dangersof
I these be incorrigible? a frontier life for the benefits
derived in selecting as
Look at the City of Mexico rich land u they can dis
etJiTORiALSIf when discovered and you will cover.
behold rare talents displayedby
Indians in the arts and I am of the opinion that the

== sciences, then will the skeptical law has had no effect to terminate -
attempt to that Na- the I
say war, as do not .
ture has prescribed boundsto know of anyone risking! a settlement ,. :
the mind. of races or color until the U. S. officers f \
? have declared the hostilities \

A YearAs had ceased. Since that
Bewildering History has portrayed in time, the tide of immigration -
vivid colors the cruelties of has been very great. The land : .. : : .
the Spaniards toward the ab- office at Newnansvllla has Issued lcliki

Charles Dickens said in "A Tale American prisoners of war were believed origines. It will as unerring near 600 permits andI ,, Monllw
ly record our own, and we presume the offices at St. The Christian Science
of Two Cltlcs-ult was the best of on the verge of returning home will descend down to posterity Augustine and Tallahassee as

times, it was the worst of times"-- by Christmas but, instead, there were with the bright pages of many more. .

and Americans looking back over the more of them, and some were reported our history blackened with

year 1972 might add, "It was the most Inbred in the American bombing. the blood of the persecuted influx Such has been the great Happy' .New Year?
bewildering of times." Indian. that great distress Is
experienced) for.. the want of

America was still proud of its military I am not surprised that they provisions. There is not corn
---a --r---- --- --
Astronauts returned once again from should have fought so strenuously enough in the country to sup- -
might but seemed "
willing to for this ply the wants of this ,It':, s xfess... .,,:'t f
the Moon, In what Is supposed to weaken it section of the super-
losing bombers
be the last trip there In this century-- valued, at over powerful$100 million in the- hammock country. The surpass rich prairie)In point and of who abundant returned their Planters homes) .,..;rmJill'fiffmn I f County Agent News j I ,

but already there was talk of going first five days of the resumed bombing. fertility; most lands of this last ;year early enough to mako WJJJUfiftbAPPLESAUCE I I

to Mars next. Also lost were 43 airmen.Most description to be found south, a crop merely planted sufficient By Bobby L. Taylor
interspersed, however with to answer family necessities -
great quantities of and with no view
pine bar-
1 Six weeks after being told "Peace bewildering of all, perhaps, rens not susceptible of cultivation to benefit their neighbors. A FOOD 1972 has been a unique year were even able to sell or giveaway
is at hand," the American public was was failure of) the Administration to but over which herdsof FOR ALL SEASONS- for our farmers and producers. a lot of produce. We reported -
shocked to see bombing escalated In marked cattle owned by Although the country'allo- Weather especially rainfall and last week that the cucumber -
let the American know the
North Vietnam with consequent loss people cause the different planters. indis- cated to these newcomers li During the days of Johnny temperature, has been extremely pepper, squash, and
of life for Vietnamese of the tragic reversal from assurancesof criminately roam.. The immense known nere as "the promisedland" Appleseed, people cooked unpredictable and has watermelon growers In the
many as wellas "peace at hand" to the abrupt number can easily be It certainly does not their own applesauce from not followed normal patterns. Brooker area did have a goodyear

American pilots. renewal of intensified warfare. Instead imagined when it Is known as yet flow.I with milk and fresh apples, and the only time This has caused problems in In production .and prices

of holding a press conference or makinga that more than 20.000 have honey that would, and have know of nothing they could enjoy applesauceand some cases and has been goodin received.
been driven off by the indians a greater apple pie was when apples others.
The .economy continued to'expand, television appearance to assure or since the war com tendency to preserve life and were In season. Even though we had man'pro-
fed by the evils of an inflation that at least Inform the American public menced. benefit these Israelites than For ''example, strawberry blems with Insects pastures

continued to grow and take more from in this critical time President Nixon a good shower of manna. Now new methods of preservation growers had very good pros- most of our folks were'able to

the pocketbooks of Americans than was out of town, celebrating the holidays The idea of sterility Is usually give us theopportu- pects In January. The berries have enough grazing for their
associated with pine To an inquiring mind, few nity to have these apple pro- had made good uniform growth cattle to keep them In good
they gained in pay Increases, which and leaving any comments to his lands. This opinion doubtlessis studies are more agreeablethan ducts the year round, says and had set bloom and fruit condition all year long. Prices
only contributed to the inflationary counselor on foreign affairs, Dr. Henry correct so far as it is to be made acquainted the U.S. Department of AgrI- Late January finally broughta ,for light-weight calves have
spiral. Kissinger, whose "peace is at hand" applicable to the north but with the characteristics and culture. Any time you go to seasonal cold spell and killed -' ;been good. Most cattlemen sold
statement on October 26 hardly makes here It Is different. Manyof resources of a country pecu- your grocer's, you're sure some bloom and fruit. This their calves early! and allowed
him the epitome of credibility. the most useful productsof liar in Its structure and celebrated to see quantities of apple- caused growers to have a their cows to recover and stay
the south the for the various productions In good condition
are congenial sauce and apple Juice on the prolonged harvesting season throught-out
It. ,was a time of bountiful crops, plants of sandy soil where Its soil is capable shelves.. that actually cost more In the the ear. Cattlemen are doing
and over production of some farm Few times In history, had so little pitch pine grows most lux- of affording.The ( I early season to harvest than a'much better Job of feeding

staples, but food prices continued to Information been given by the Presi- uriantly. I have seen many Quantities an large now, growers received from selling 'cattle in the fall and winter.
settlements established In the greatest expectations since they're among the foods the berries. This has Increased our calf
rise, with more and "middle dent as in the crisis days at the close ,
more midst of the pine forests and have frequently been raised reported plentiful this month crop and allowed us to wean
men" getting their cut of the food of 1972. Even members of Congresswere succeed admirably in raising respecting the practicability by USDA's Agricultural Mar- Insects and disease have heavier high quality cal es.
dollar between the farmer and the not consulted in the decision to 20 bushels of corn to of Introducing into Florida keting Service. caused more damage and loss
consumer. resume the bombing of North Vietnam. the acre. The Black and Green many of the tropical plants Include in 1972 than in several years Hog prices'have been fair to
i seed cotton and also tile sugar for successful cultivation applesauce in your before. Two-spotted mites in .good In 1972. However, prices
cane which always requires which have Included within menu plans with these tasty strawberries cut production in below production costs In 1971

It 'was a time of superficial prosperity Perhaps the clue to Mr. Nixon's land of superior qual- their range the coffee berry, recipes. several fields early In the sea- ''put a lot of our swine producers -

but manufacturing plants' continued disregard of the feelings of the American ity; to make it a succeisful as well as other West India! APPLESAUCE PANCAKES son. Grass loopers, armyworms out of business and our production -
public article of cultivation. productions.) Such was the expectations and other- caterpillars of feeder pigs has been
to close In many areas, unem- was given In his "ex were bad in lawns low in 1972. We
) raised at one time 2 cups packaged biscuit< mix pastures, know we can
market lingered on, and the stock clusive" interview with the Washington The general character of respecting this product thata 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon and on several row crops Mole produce atop-quality feeder pig
shuddered ominously after a Star on November 9. He was not Florida land is of a light company was formed many 2 tablespoons sugar crickets practically! destroyed I in our area and I think that

spectacular rise. speaking) of war, but of welfare, and sandy nature based upon clay, ;years ago in Philadelphia for 2 eggs many acres of pasture that will swine production will Increase
he declared paternally that "The rotten limestone to be found the avowed. purpose; of attempting 1 cup milk have to be reseeded next year. next year.
at various depths below the Its cultivation and experienced 2 canned
average American is just like the cups applesauceFor Our pecan crop was extremely Poultry
surface of the earth, From producers continuedto
The Christmas billed as persons were sent
season was child In the Spiced Syrup: light this Scab Insects
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family. its very lightness I should to Florida to select eligible year suffer in 1972. Broiler producers -
an 1/2 butter
time of and prosperity on cup
a peace and pollination and fruit
concede it was not capable spot. The result of their poor are having to spend too
,. maple flavored
earth, and goodwill to men, but the of bearing many exhausting: Investigations have never been 1 cups syrup set were problems In many orchards much for poultry house Improvements -
teaspoon cinnamon
hope of peace was snatched suddenly Apparently, the Inference is that we cro .. This, however is In published, and the project< died.away 1/4 teaspoon mace However, those who had Just to stay in busi
from the hands of America and other) are not old enough to know about such a measure counterbalanced by either for want of energy ]1/4 teaspoon allspice quality pecans received good ness. :Many pullet producers
from market and
prices our
Editorial writers ell over the universal possession of on the part of Its origi- were left with no birds in the
countries. : things. Indeed
Mr. Nixon's reluctanceand Combine biscuit mix,, cinnamon local buyers. house. when
j cattle by the planter, who nators or patronage from the one of our Pullet
the world asked why the United States failure to hold press conferenceswith can with convenience to himself public, so that the questionyet sugar, eggs, milk and Gardens seemed to be either Companies left this area. Egg

had resumed bombing, and many were any degree of regularity would turn them in at night, remains for future experiments applesauce. Beat until very good or extremely! poor. producers have suffered mos t ot
bitterly critical.' indicate .that such, is his thinking. and in this way soon re.u.- to solve whether smooth Bake on hot, lightly Most folks, however, were able All. Egg prices have been below .
itate empoverlshed fields. this useful plant can be madea greased griddle, using about to fill their freezer.and some cost of production all year long.
There is also a peculiar fertilizing profitable production) in any 1/3 cup batter for each pan We are hopeful that a recent
I : Heroin Hotline ] principle pervading part of Florida. It is, however cake. Makes about 12 large price-rise: will continue Into
the air and subsidizing to confidently asserted by pancakes. lumpy.) Fill greased muffin 1973 and that once again our

i the earth which enables old old planters that the southernand Serve hot with maple syrup tins two-thirds full. Bake at County; and area can feel the

i One of the greatest concerns of law could lead to the apprehension of a drug fields soon to re-enervate middle portions of the or Spiced Syrup To make 400 degrees for 20 to 25 importance of our biggest

enforcement officials everywhere has .pusher--whether of heroin,or any other themselves. This principle is Peninsula Is admirably adapted the Spiced Syrup combine) all minutes, or until golden agricultural enterprise Poultry -
I considered as generating from both in soil and In climate Ingredients Boll brcwn. Makes 12 muffins Production.
been the enormous increase in Illegal illegal drug. Experienced federal the saline particles which are to recommend< the cul- two minutes saucepan over medium

I drug use--or drug abuse--In the last agents are on duty seven days a weet! carried by the sea breezeson tivation of tills berry a safe heat. Beat with egg beater APPLE-CIGER'DESSERT!;

I few years. The toll of human life around the clock to receive the calls to the land. undertaking.It until blended. Makes 2-1/2 1 envelope unflavored gelatin -

and health, especially among the youthof It is not my desire to Impress Is probably more useful cups. 1/4 cup orange Juice

our nation, has been tragic. Time was when the drug racket was the idea of universal to my readers to confine myself APPLE SPICE MUFFINS .2 cups' canned applesauce
limited to the big cities and slum areas. fertility, but 1 caution those to those plants that have 3/4 milk 1/4 cup sugar
cup "WELLI-
Every American, in every walk of This Is no longer true. Today, the who are unacquainted with the stood the test of experienceand 1 egg, beaten 1/2 teaspoon ginger LOoK W 140'SHERE"
pusher can turn up any place, In any subject from condemning the crown with success the 1/4 cup melted butter 1 teaspoon grated lemon rind
life should be concerned. The battle vast pine regions of Florida efforts of the enterprising set 1/4
cup chopped candled
1/2 ,
against drug abuse Is everyone's busi town. It behooves everyone, therefore, to neglect. They will yield, tler. Among these, the grand 2 cup flour applesauce ginger

: ness. Although the problem In Starke to know the Heroin Hotline phone an ample return for the labor staple product of the south 1/2 cups cup sugar 1 cup heavy cream

has not been as serious as in many number, and keep It handy--just in bestowed upon them'and forms the most conspicuous 1 teaspoon baking powder 1/2 cup chopped walnuts
convince the enterprising that objects. Cotton is
localIties;If is Inevitable that it willbecome case you stumble on some information known to 1/2 teaspoon salt
: sterility Is not a consequenceon grow here In all Its varieties Soften gelatin In orange
should have. I
i worse, located as we are 00I that you think authorities light soil and sandy re-" as luxuriantly as In any 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon Juice.' Dissolve over' boiling

I tween Jacksonville and Gainesville, glons.In portion of the world, and with CUD raisins, choppedAdd water. Combine gelatin, applesauce 0

both of which are hotbeds of) drug order less liability of failure than 'milk to egg stir in sugar, lemon rind,
I traffic The Hotline number Is 8003685363.Just more effectuallyto In any other part of the butter and applesauce. Mix ginger and candled ginger.
subdue the Irascible
I U. S., owing to the uniform Chill until partially thickened
dial direct--no toll or any other dry Ingredients thoroughly
the Indians and establish
mildness of the climate, that then stir in raisins. Whip the cream and pour half
Add liquid
charge Is Involved.We peace upon a firm basis by erases all fear of itedestruct- of it into applesauce mixture.
An effective program has been established mixture and stir Just
by the U.S. Drug Abuse Law until most of the dry Ingredients over Spread giant applesauce cookie. mixture Garnish GREETINGSLet

Enforcement Office to help combat this urge every reader of this paper are moistened. Do not with remaining whipped cream
overmix, as batter should
evil with the assistance of a concerned that If you should come across evidenceof The Bradford County be and chopped walnuts. Serves

public. Called "Heroin Hotline," it Is drug pushing, any %time or any TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED 8108.

a toll-free national phone number that place, don't hesitate to make the best ion by sudden frosts that the celebration begin.

may be dialed any time, day or night, use of your Information call the 1S79 frequently prove detrimental so THE GIANT TOOKIE It's a New Year. Hope

by any citizen who has Information that Hotline number as soon as possible. to Its growth In every other 1/2 cup butter It's brimming over with
portion of the 3/4 cup light brown sugar
coun- gladness for
and all
Ma eeFLORIDA I egg you
try.It 1 tablespoon milk your near and dear..
>I,J r
to behold, in ranging a- 1-1/4 cups flour
Give a hoot! ASS QfIWTI0NEL. long the southern Atlantic ]1/4 teaspoon baking powder

coast, how admirably ProvI- 1/4 tenspoon slit;
/ ) dence has varied the produc- Cream butter and light "

Don't pollute. tions of Nature to the different brown sugar, add egg and mix Woodfcurn'sGem
qualities of lOll, and well. Add milk and lemon

MATTHEWS Editor Publisb.t to see land that appears as extract. Sift flour baking Jewelry .
and salt then add y
Published sandy and sterile as the desert powder ,
cock Thursday and entered at S.cond plains of Arabia creamed mixture. Mix until -
Class Moff.;, or lk. Past Office et Stork, Florida luxuriant yielding dough Is smooth Spread
1 Join Woodsy Give a hoot. Don't pollute. und.' Act of Morxb' 3rd. 1879. the sands crops from whiter which than on greased baking sheet in a 109 E. Coll

Work out ways to make wastes uW'ul.IJ6JJc Subscription. 1,1 trcaV ora: 1, $6.00; Outside spring they 9-lnch circle. Bake in 375- Stark I

tted. area: 1 year, 7.00 degree oven for 30 to 95 9645211ID

(To be minutes. Remove cookie to
continued) cake rack and cool
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:31 lluy. Deaths

Over New Year'sThe a


Florida Highway Patrol
predicts 31 traffic deaths for
the New Year's holiday period
unless motorists and pedestrians -
give traffic safety prior S a : xj 7 SAVE WI
ity on their New Year's resolution Q hr
list. e
The official New year's holiday -
period begins Friday Dec.
29, at 8 and ends Monday,
Jan. I,1 ot midnight. In the same ,
period last year, 36 persons Quantity Rights
were klllod In\ traffic accidents, Reserved 1
nine of whom were pedestrians. I r
Eldrlge .
Rand laid "Alcohol and speed
are expected to contribute to
most of the traffic deaths. If
you are planning a New Year's "
party, be a good host and have PRICES GOOD
non-alcohollc beverages on
hand, or ,help make arrange- DEC. 28
ments for transportation for 1J)
those who are drinking." THRU JAN. 3
Beach said that troopers ,
would be out In force to assist
motorists and try to Insure a holiday for all highway STOCK VP MOW. ALL STORES CLOSED JANUARY 1st 430 W 8FEF

Start the new year with a MADISON ST. STARKE. FLORID .
resolution to help save lives
when driving or walking" theHIP

advises. : ROUND B STEAK A SliftKp

BROOKERIN a .;* : fj :

4 4 e)

: jeru g a
s i t/
Mrs. Jackson's first gfada, : .
and Mrs. Khan's kindergarten
t classes enjojad'! visiting Santa '
Claus at Sews In Gainesvilleon fllfclii
1; Tuesday, Dec. 12. Chaperones -

f cher's were aide;Mrs.Mrs.Linda Dot Reid Nettles,tea-, # BONELESS ROAST I SIRLOIN STEM

and Mr.'Sherrle McDavid, pa-
rents. The children told Santa
what they wanted for Christmas
and were given a Santa Claus 2WO'
ring and lollipop by him. Afterwards Turkey Rpctst. /
the classes rode on the SUXNO UJDA OHOICI Stlf STSAKS ''. /
escalator, toured the mall, and
'saw a terrific tralndemonstratlon. Delmonicos 10WQ /
.' ,aw..,.--v-w,I I1
The fun-filled day ended with SMANO USD* CMOltl S-IIF OVIIRV'J U. S CHOICEj

a .picnic at Westwood Park. Cubed Steaks 5
Miss Hill and Mrs. Hurst's
classes of Brooker Elementary
School took a field trip Into
Starke on' Wed., Dec. 13. They
Bradford County
visited the

Courthouse tours through sal: were the conductedon Supervisor Beef Liver . LB.89c Peas 6 'CANS $100 Dressing. .. 3 .SmES88c Yellow Onions 3 A 49C


Sheriffs lector's Office Oi'flco.: County T,1c:Clerk's Col Dinners 2 PKG.LB. 99C Greens . 6 15-01.CANS t $100] 3 a.CANS 01. 88C Rutabagas t . IS. 11 c


room.supplement This a unit trip on was." .taken Tenderjpin. . ?Ib.AVG.LB. $239 Pie" Filling I I .... ,:,2. CANI..e !,, .39C. Peas, . . 4 1T CANS'ee.iI $100], t t ,IUJ,:*.,.,.1. "g 3.... LBS. .48.

'the:;,12;:." tdt,. ep J t... Molx t ld1oye ,1,.,r FRESH Cost?. 'eUPr' 'PORI .W'V WSteaks "1'I, *'r/eOU' SAVE 20c STOKELY CREAM STYLE OR WHOLEKernel :;N .. _., TMHIFT riKflatWta*L HAIO MixeD ,. :. '"I SVOFaRANIff1, .Ql AWtFRS'" ''; J' jljJSN;! \ l'.1 0."
DUS. : B3. l| 'Y r 'U:;;, '?(' ul "I rF nr''" a'yfr'' } J(1./i ( *'''
School.will resume after the 1 10) I'' $798 Corn 6 CANS $1 00 I J' $1 loo'' | .'I0"1SAVE
Vegetables '
P r
Holiday vacation on 'luesday. . j ., iR u CANS Margarine '.- .' o0s.:

by Bradlee Christmas Cox,Story. 2nd grade Braunschweiger LB 59C Milk I '13.CA sf,' .13C Saltines . 3 PKI's.88C' Party Pizza . 32-01 SIZE. $199
Chlrmas Is .a Time .,fprglvelng. '

God The. Kings We got gave givelng to The.' .about New Ham '%?' $149 Tomato Sauce 4 'CA"S s .$1 1 Alka-Seltzer 'AS: : 48CDIXIE Peas 2 $1 1OO
King The Bible Tells mo!a

JoeU tor(a came pales to to a stay Inn no And room Ask All Meat Franks '&?: 59C Lemon Juice BOTTll69 Family Bread 4 LOAVES 20.01 88 C Waffles . te. 49C.


they God was stayed, Born in the and StayBol The Kings

_(The.) spelling Is Bradlee'sown. Perch Fillets 'US. 69C Dog Food '. 3 'IH'.I.CANS 88C Apples . 5a a69C Pie Shells 3 J&' .. $1 loo 1


FABCIIMATIsMOte Pimento Cheese P WS. '69C Kotex . . ''SS: 39C Fresh Cabbage2 HEADS 39C Cake ''g 5 59C


1 Chek Drinks 10 12.CAN.... 79e Catsup . BGTTLE 32.or.: 44c Potatoes. 10 BAG LB. 79C Chicken . .PXG.ST" $1"1



t .Chek 0nh!<5> w .;. '6i i* ,

tKRl ?V'i"" *| : ) lli>. '."-. '. : :. :'" .' -.' .'. .

Blackeye Peas y "" 19COlDIM

CHASt SANiOHIs* BlPt ;. : ; .' .. .

1 ; COFFEETuna Bananas >:>> r>:> > >'..-v ; .

WALTER ALVAREZ iuJrJiL,1 FIRiM HIAD* .' ' .' ''..' '
limit 3 Fresh Lettuce ; . *

Charles Lindbergh made the FRISH F10RI A ," -- : '.' -' .
first solo transatlantic flight in SAVE'COFFEE
1927. but can you name the Yellow Corn v > ; .;i.Q.rT9
make the first non- -TJ
two men to '
stop transatlantic night? It wasa I 1 I MORrOM CHI KIN> IIF. TUS.MSV.'. MAC': pair of British Air Force flyers Fish 1 v
Capt. John Alcock and L.t. Pot Pies . . 6 v FVI

Arthur Brown. >* t*< MORTON CHIRRV, AP tl. PIACM. COCONUt ., -"
Capt. Alcock and Lt. Brown 4jjLw 6V7-o
3 : : Fruit Pies 3 $1
took off In a Viekers-Vimy CANS 1 .
bomber from St. John's New-
foundland on June LS. 1919.
and flew to Clifden, Ireland In
a little more than It hours, arriving
there on June 16. The ; EXTf J4
E7 CTRJ4m.-

trip miles I.\onwuy.. approximately This was quitea 1,900 : 1 I fEXTREXTRJ d7t GREEN STAMPS I I ..-H GREEN STAMPS. 1 1 dy! GREEN STAMPS...... ;: I 1 !:f GREEN.STAMPS. Lull d71! .,GREEN.! .STAMPS ',
,, I
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1919, but crossing the Mlwt l COVWW* M'M I "
feat In -i r '- w .N 1 : .
Atlantic In today's modern Jetsis / / ;; ;;'/'- -'S":;; / TWO I::;;PKGS. oNi 21-IS SAO 1 SI 00 OR MORE PURCHASE OF
considered a routine night. 1 h.. ONE 14-01. BOTUC 1 DIXIE DARLINOMacaroni CRACKIN' GOOD :I iQ 11 HUSKIESDog' :' I 611 YOUR CHOICE or SUPERSRAND ,
Airplanes hive: made a big 'J'i Tile Brite & Cheese Corn Chips Food Cheese
Impression on people and we 0 i GOOD THRU JAN. 3 GOOD THRU JAN 3 GOOD THRU JAN. 3 OOOO THRU JAN. 1 i 'tS GOOD THRU MN.J c
hope that we have made a big .. ::: .. ... ..._..... No, 1 No.5.. .n"....... ...,....
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matter service.Is No too small customer!in our service busi ral, ; ; EX..RA. Ex.-rRJIIt. ;:
aim in iETi A i ; .
ness. We have only on. Id7I J .STAMPSa
I I I :'
life-t, Mtlsfy n /r customers<< 1 GREEN. STAMPS., m I d7lN GREEN STAMPS. aTM l N WWM4 GREEN*tW.M 4M*w.'HM. -4'i"? ...GREEN...... ...'-STAMPS.-........, M .4'Jt......GREEN.......fN-STAMPS w...M.wl Y 1
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1 USDA CHOICE BONElESS : 4 W O SRAND SLICED 4l/ 4Ie FlounderSteak '
c Juice 1
1 Beef Roast : All Meat Bologna / ,2cz : I
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Too Much 'Loving Care' Can Kill House Plant$

investment in Your future

If you were the lucky recipient peratures'tf 00 to'70 degrees. fumes, chilling overwaterlng. I
< of a dish garden potted Don't place the plants In drafty drainage and poor sera- !

1a I 1 : i!: )i Christmas flower or :foliage jcu probably plant woo-this, locations In temperature where,occur sudden and changes don't poor tf rfWl Weak. growth or light green-B<

$ .f.4.1',:,. E : [ J 1If'.!! f.t} It'J? [' 1 IJ 11\\1-.r', e I 1. ., .,,.! .. : dared"Uvli Mil"how their gift to plants)Most ear homeowners with for Madness this-- or place grill.a heat plants or close air to conditioner radiators or or ;a yellow poor light.leaves root lack system.indicate of fertilizer too Intense -*5!

literally, that 1st much heat, lack
w "ftt then jmr elSur. b. ntft }Iii MM "tart' Is ito" and over-ter- Proper fertilisation Is another Wilting too
Over-watering Important part of growing of water rSpindly root injury. j
tillzliv often cause more problems healthy plants. Follow all growth and small J
ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH KINGSLEY LAKE FIRST PRESYTERIAN fi; Jimmie Ricks than a lack of these essentials the directions: on the container leaves too little light or too'

CHURCH, STARKE Sunday, School 10 ajn. Morn- BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH, STARKE'?' for plant growth. Keep so that you don't overfertUlze high temperatures. .}
Ing Worship 11 .a.m. Evenlnr Sunday School 10 sun. MornIng Sunday Church School 9:45; the following Ideas In mind and :your plants Too much fertilizer Follow the above tips and
The Traditional Christmas Worship 7:30: pjn. Prayer Worship at 1L Training Morning Worship at Nursery) James R. CTimmle) Ricks, :your plants will be with you for can eventually Mil your give your plants some "ten-
Midnight Festival Eucharist Meeting 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. Union 6:30: pun.; Evening provided. 45, of Starke, died Friday Dsc. many :years to come. plants. der loving care" and they'll.,'.
held at St. Mark's Episcopal) -Rev. J.C. Sounders, pastor Worship 7:30 Prayer Mee. Wednesday-Youth Fellowship 22, In a Gainesville hospital First of all. there Is no Watch for the common symptoms be with you a long time.
Church, Starke. wll begin at ins 7:30.Am. Wednesday. 7:30 pm.ThursdayChoir. after a brief Illness. He was such thing as a house 1)Iant- of foliage >plant> troubles
11:30: p.m., ChrlstmasEve.Sun- HEILBRONN BAPTIST -Rev S.C.;; Cufhbcrt,interim" Rehearsal born In Stark. on May 8, 1927. a plant Intended to grow Inside which are as follows: ':
day. Dec. 24. CHURCH HIGHWAY 18 H.Sunday pastor.) 7:30pun. the son of the late James D. a home offlce or other Brown tips or burned margins It .Is more Important than.
All are cordially Invited to School, 9:45: a.m. --Erik T. Johnson, Minister. and Ada Carter Ricks. H. wasa building. When\plants aregrown of leaves caused by too ever to keep the office party
participate. Morning Worship 11. Training BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH building contractor a Navy Indoors several restrictionsare much fertilizer plants dried whtln (he limit el propriety.
Other services to be held Union' 6:30 p.m. Evening Service BROOKER FLA. ST. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC veteran of World War H, anda Imposed upon them. Lade out temporarily or wind burn. Computers are troublesome
Christmas Eve member the Baptist Church. of sufficient light and low humidity Yellowing and dropping of
on Day Holy 7:30.: Midweek Prayer CHURCH STARKE. .enough when they rs sober.
Eucharist, 8:30: ( a.m. Church Service 7:30.: Rev. Jim Temple pastor.Sunday James Surviving Is Ms wife Am ; are probably the most leaves can be caused by gas
Father Cregan
School, 9:45 School 10 Ron pastor McCall Ricks, of Startle one severe restrictions but temperatures -
: a.m. Morning -Rev. L. Tommy Howe, pu- ajn. Bristol ;
Mass 7
Prayer and Sermon II Superintendent.. Saturday p.m.Sunday daughter, Pamela Ann Gainesville can also be a prob-
ajn. tor. Training Union: holy;
Mass 10 Mass
645.: .Lowell: no.wl.JJ1- aun. Day ; three sons, James D*m,. Jem. Cheese-and-Bean Bake J;
7p.m. plants prefera
MADISON STREET rector Worship Services U a.- Confession 6 Stephen Gary: and William A. Many foliage .,
BAPTIST CHURCH m., 7:30.: Midweek Prayer Ser Saturday Ricks, all of Starke; three bro relatively strong, filtered or Whatever your party, you're sure to win the popular vote
PINE LEVEL vice, 7:30.: Lavern Outlaw,music pun.School of Religion: there George and Jesse Ricks, diffused light fixtures Places 'hear) when you bring a dish like this to the table ..<
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning windows or light are
Sunday, December 31; Worship 11 a.m. Pre Services director. Grade School Sunday 11 aun. both of Starke;Edward and Bob suitable, but avoid direct -' Baked beans, green peppers and onions, and pieces of spicy 'C( .
Sunday School, 9:45: ; Morn- to 12 noon. by RIck.. Orlando, and Leo usually franks, topped by strips of American cheese make this ft ens* w..
Band dark
Booster Young! areas
Ing Wor.hllIi Church Training Ricks, Colorado; five sisters, sunlight or very crole that's' sure to satisfy the heartiest appetite. It's an especially
6:15: WMU Prayer Circle, People, and Prayer Service), CHURCH OF ,JESUSJJJIUST' High School Wednesday 7 Mrs Thelma Johnson, Mr. of the home. Flowering plants Rood dish to keep in mind on a busy day because it takes
; 7:30.Wednesday 6 p.m.. Evening Worship 7p.m. OF LAt ::Jt... SAINTS pun. Ruby Grille Mrs. Dot Sheffield such as mums andpolnsettlas just minutes to assemble and a mere 25 to 30 minutes to bake
7:15 Evening Worship
; Midweek Service, Wednesday PI. lilac will stand more light than In GE' Toast-R-Oven Besides the
Prayer Meeting 1404'. E J!;:. Besaent Road and Melba Rides toaster. being perfect
-- 7:30: pjn. Rev. John Strickland, Family Home Evening-Mon- BAYLESS HIGHWAY all of Starke, and Mrs. Daisy foliage plants and ,should be Toast-R-Oven for quick entrees such as this, the toaster oven "> I II.
7:30: p.m.: Adult Choir. 8:30.: ( Pastor BAPTIST CHURCH M. Smith Lake Butler.Funeral placed In bright area I. also large enough to handle a regular or even one threei
j Denton Sumrall, pastor day.Prfmary- Tuesday 4:30 p.m. Sunday; School 10 sun.. Ken- ;; services were heldat Watering is one of the chief course frozen food dinner if you're really pressed for time. :
MORGAN ROAD WednesdayRelief Society; neth EUxaon director Morning 2 p.m. Sunday in Grace causes of failure with plants To complete your winning ticket, add a green salad, garlic d
UNION PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30.: Worship at IL Church Training Baptist Church with Rev Donald In the home, especially: for bread and fruit compote. .''
BAPTIST CHURCH 6 Gerald Norman director. Willi. Rev. Lester Austin and containers which do not have *
Thursday- M.LA.7:30 pun. pun. CHEESE-AND-BEAN BAKE
Elder C.E. Parity; of Macon. School, 10 MornIng 7 holes.: Generally .
ajn. ,
Sunday Worship pun. drainage
Evening Rev Jim Temple
8:30 conducting.
Ca. will beat Union Primitive SundayPriesthood, a.m 1 tbsp. butter or margarine 3 frankfurters, cut Into
Worship at IL Training Sunday School. 10:30: aun. Evening MId-Week Prayer and Bible Interment was in Klngsley Lake speaking most house plants 1 small onion, chopped '/ -Ineh pieces .
Baptist Church on) January 1 at Union 6:30: ; Evening Service Meeting 6 pun.Sacrement. Study 7 p.m Cemetery under direction: of will require a thorough soak- /t cup chopped green pepper 3 white and 3 colored Anteri1 It
7 The
p.m. public is Invited. 7:30.: -Jssse D. Branson. Branch J. D. Robinson Pastor DeWItt C. Jones Funeral Home. Ing once a week. Water only (28-oz. can baked bean can cheese slices cut. into14inch
WednesdayPrayer and President. when necessary and don't.let strips.
Bible Study; 7:30( pun.Rev. the pots stand in saucers of .,
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH -. Bob Cooper pastor HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Horace Nettles water unless the plants are very Remove oven tray. Preheat Toast-R-Oven toaster to 360' F. ,i
STARKE CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH ((8 ml. south of Starke on hwy. Over In medium skillet over medium heat,melt butter or margarine.
to water.
Sunday School, 9:45: ajn. Sunday School 10 sun. Morn- 100) tolerant excess Cook onion and green pepper until tender. In ungi'cased 1-quart w
Morning Worship at 11,Sermon;: DEDAN BAPTIST'CHURCnBROOKER Ing Worship 11. Training Union Sunday School 10 "sm. Horace M. Netties, 71 of Hawthorne watering Increase can kill chance theplantrootaand of disease casserole Form combine onion and green pepper, beans and franky
"Back to Bethel" Bell Ringers 5:3: (). Evening Worship 7:30. Morning Worship H a.m. died Wednesday; Dec. kill the entire furters. latticework pattern with cheese strips to cover .
and eventually entire Place casserole '
and set toaster
residentof top. on oven tray tray on
Choir Practice .6:30: p.m. 20. He was a lifetime
Group A, 5:15: p.m. Watch Sunday School 10 ajn. Worship -Rev. Jim Black pastor. '. 7:15 farmer and a plant. rack. Bake 25 to 30 minutes. Slide control knob down to oil .1!
Night: sermon: "Personal Services 11 ajn. and 7 Evening< Worship p.m. Florida a Most plants grow well In tem position. Makes four 1-cup servings. r
Christian Evaluation. varied p.m. Training Union 6 p.m. HAMPTON BAPTIST Prayer A Bible Study.. Wed. member of the Baptist Church. n
activities and entertainment, -Rev. Lacy Conway pastor .CHURCHSunday 7:30: pun. Surviving are Ms widow,Mrs.
7:30: pjn. to midnight. School 10 sum.; Morn- Rev. Merle L. Packham, pastor Cosine Nettles of Hawthorne; .
Tuesday Young Musicians, Ing Service 11 a.m.; Bible Study; three .daughters Mrs. Virginia
Music Makers!, 3:30 p.m.; 0.A., LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST 6:30: ( pun.} Evening: Service 7:30 Pitts. Hawthorne;Mrs.Mildred NoticeTo
CHURCH King Gainesville; and Mrs. Important i
Bell C Youth
Group 4,15p.m.: p.m. ""
Choir, 7 p.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng Wednesday Prayer andBible LAURA BAPTIST *- Gloria King. Bronson; and
Worship H'')am. Evening Sunday School 9:45 a.m.Morning two sisters. Mrs. Catherine,, S pjn. Worship 7 p.mj/'Wednesday Study 7:30 pun. ; Worship 11 ...... Evening Starling. Jacksonville and Mrs. /
Family Night Supper 6 pjn. -Melvin Hamel. Pastor.CONGREGATIONAL \
Prayer Meeting R.A. 6:30 Everyone welcome.Rev. Worship 7:30: p.m Midweek Bible Bessie Moore, Keystone Tax Payers And Property Owners ':
p.m. Teachers and CfcersMelting Robert Halsten pastor HOLINESS Study, Wednesday. 7:30: ;,p. Heights. .
7:15: Church Choir CHURCH m. Funeral services were held
p.m. CHURCH OF CHRIST Be In church S"mi<*>. at 1:30 p.m. Saturday In Jones \
Practice, 8 p.m. Sunday School 9:45: aun. I
-Pev, James T. Brock Pastor ATMELROSESchedule of Services! Morning Worship 7:30 11 sin -Lester Auswii. pastor. Harvey Memorial conducting.Chapelwith Interment Rev.E.C. PleaseRead, Carefully \ :

Sunday Bible Study; 10 sun. Evening Thursday Worship, night Prayer, pun.Meet-. t@--; ..:......:..,"!...:.,....:;...yr......:.....,.:.<:.<.'.:...:.{:;..yy: ..:.......Np.....: was in Bethlehem Cemeterynear r p
. ;.... ;
Morning Worship 11 ajn. Even- 7:30 :; : )o ,:::::..;;::;::;;;;;.x.OO.;:; ;;::,:: -: Lake City with DeWitt .
FIRST Sunday-Sunday UNITED METHODIST'STARKE School 9:45 tog AU Worship other evenlng-8 7 pjn. p.m. p.m.David Hodges, Pastor. Card Of ThanksCARD C.charge Jones Funeral Home in' One Or More Of, The Following;Forms ;;

ing ajn.|Student Morning Recognition Worship: honor Day-, CHURCH OF GOD FREE GREATER WILF.BAPTIST BETHLEHEM CHURCH j':. ...."::..:.'::: 1-:: :rioe. ;:::::) Janie Tomlinson Wffl Be Mailed. By Jan.' 1st 1973 )
: ::;:<>';:;'
theme: "Searching for the Answer. 422 N. St. Clair St.. Starke. Cor. Ash Chestnut." Sunday, -
.", at 11: New Year's Eve Sunday School 10 ajn. MornIng School 9:30: ; Morning Worship. OF THANKSWe
Watch Night Service with Holy Worship 11 sun. Sunday 11; League 4 p.m. Night Service are sincerely grateful' to Mrs. Janle Tomlinson. 91, of 1. Homestead Renewal .
Communion 11 p.m. to midnight Evening 7 p.m. Youth Night, 5 pun.Rev.. Jasper Williams friends and neighbors for their New River died Thursday, Dec. Exemption Application:

The public Is Invited.WednesdayChildren's Wednesday 7:30: p.m. PrllT8rf5t1nB. ., pastor many kind ,acts .sympathy, 21, at the Southslde Nursing :
Choir Friday; 7:30: pjn. ... ., :'. during, our sad,'bereavements Center, .I(Ac;ksonvfle. > M.: According! t tgAS!$f '7i; Article 4j;'of'the Florida Constitution) every person, who
Rehearsal. 6:30,, .Youth. ., "XM efl"fflf9r. H JORDAN mVI "
( I.pjn.i' MISSIONARY' f Our appreciation cannatbeade**.*. Surviving'are twodaughtersMrs. ,- 'tors beenrcildnleste2 t3' t''
eSnptl3r bno
thosi"expecting to receive it for
Choir Rehearsal,,7; MId-Week, BAPTIST ; ''' Jackson-!) |
Prayer Group, 7:30L: ; Chancel AIRPARK BAPTB CHURCH U.S. 301 North, behind Tutee quTIi$8i,FAMILY OF J.l WILYf: 'BumyPurneri'; .'ur sihould I
ihli without
St first
Mlta Coves time fall the
Choir Rehearsal, 8. Sunday School, 10 ajn. Morning Freez Drive In, Sund E. FLAXES SR. Wile; Mrs;; Roy sign application on..or before April 1st

--Rev. George L. Harper. Worship 7 Hamt Wednesday: Evening School, 10 sun. Worship Service Tomlinson Petersburg,; Ocala two, sons and,Frank of each year with l the Tax Assessor.
Pastor. Worship. pun. 11 aun. and 7 pjn. Pray
.. CARD OF THANKSWe Tomlinson Gainesville; seven
and Bible
Prayer Meeting Study .r Service 7:30 pun. Wednes
Meeting wish to. thank all our grandchildren, and four great
7 Peoples
STARKE CHURCH p.m.every Young Monday, 7 Pun.G.F. day.Leroy Olive, pastor E.L friends and neighbors for all gre dehudrea Homeowners,filing application for Homestead Exemption for the first time :

Bible School OF CHRIST 10 a.m. Worship welcome.. Prevatt. pastor. Everyone Grids associate pastor. u.the In kind the acts loss that of were our shone Infant at.n Funeral Friday were In Jones held 'are required to do so In person. They should bring with them to the County ,

Services, 11 a.m. Wednesday and SMYRNA MISSIONARY son. Memorial Conway Chapel conducting.: with interment Rev.- Assessor's' office,satisfactory proof of ownership and occupancy of their home
6 p.m. Midweek Service Lacy ,
CHURCH The Martin Family
7 pjn. Ladies Bible HAMPTON CHRISTIAN was In the New RiverCemetery 'as of January 1' ,'1973
633 W. Pratt St. Sunday Services ,
CHURCH DeWitt C. Jones
11 Church
Class, Thursday a.m.
located .one block west on SR Sunday School lo ajn. Morn- : Sunday School: 10 aun. I find my delight In thycommandment. Funeral Home In charge '
16. ing Worship 11 sun Evening Preaching, II am.TraWngUn- ..'- (Psalms 2. Mobile Home Owners:
ion :8:45 Evening Worship.
Worship 7.-James Shaw pastor. ...
-J.P.H. Bell minister 119:47)); --------- -
7 p.m. Everyone welcome
-Wilbur Dyes Pastor. All of us really want the Americana are smokingmore All mobile homeowners must have an RP tag before homestead application can '
.PINEHILL CONGREGATIONAL establishment of harmony and cigarettes this year, If
METHODIST CHURCH FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD order. We take a fundamentalstep it means they can afford! be allowed, one must furnish Serial No. and Title No. if known:

Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng Sunday Service Sunday School in this( direction when we more maybe Its good news,
Worship 11 am.Youth Service 9:45: a.m. MorjCng Worship. Raiford Road & Weldon St. review the cornerstone of our but it also could indicate that ;
6 p.m. Evening Worship. 10:45 a.m. Evening Service,7:15: Sunday School 10 sun. MornIng -' faith-the commandments and they are worrying more 3.. Additional $5000 Homestead Exemption: '
7:30 ,Sun Worship 11. Sunday Evening ,
p.m. Rev. L.L. Griffin p.m. Youth GroupMeeting them for day liv *
adopt present
pastor. day. 6:30: pun.. 7 P.m. Thursday night 7:30.

-...C. Brown minister -Charles Thomas, pastor. ing.. To Qualify For This Additional Homestead Exemption Of $5,000. From Adv lorem '

GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH EVERGREEN BAPTIST Millage Levied By District School Board For Current School Operating Purposes .

Highway S-100 A CHURCH t
Sunday School: 10 a.m. MornIng Sunday School. 10 ajn. MornIng -I FREE CONCRETEWITH The Applicant Must:
Sunday *
Worship 11 a.m. Training Worship at 11 a.m. I
Union 6:30: p.m. Evening Worship night Service) at 6:30.Wedn8.dllT' : .
7:30pjn.: Wednesday Pray night prayer A. Qualify Far A Regular Homestead' Exemption. .
er Meeting 7:30: p.m. meeting at FARMSTED BUILDING! .

t Pastor-Rev. Leon T. Odom Jr., tor.-Cecil E. Crawford Sr, Pas B. B. Sixty-F .. ((65)) Year. Of Age Or Old. At Ol January 1 Of This, !eor., I

C. Have Been A Permanent Resident Of The State Of Florida. For The Five. ((5)) Consecutive ,.
: ) Year Prior To January 1 Of This Year.

LAWTEY FLA. D. Make Application In! Person In The Tan Assessors Office.
Schedule of services: Sunday
School, 10 a.m. Worship -
at 11. Morn c Service 4. Agricultural :
Zoning Application
8 pjn. YPE and Prayer
Meeting each Wednesday, 7:30:
p.m.nev.. Daisy Kight. pas ) In accordance with Chapter .193.201.1 of the Florida Statutes an applications ;

tor. Asli for Agricultural assessment'must be filed on all lands being used for a bona "

ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC ,fide farming operation t to be eligible for the agriculture assessment. :;

Sunday Mass, 12 noon. Holy ''
,Day Mans, :3:30 pjn.NORTHSICE .. It's'all' yours. Free. !::Enough concrete 30', 40'.and 48'. Lengths from 36'. up, 5. Personal Property Tax Returns:
for the curtain wall foundation when In 18' and 24' bay increments.

BAPTIST Johns you buy any Butler Farmsted Building. You can have an extra-large double INCLUDE: ;

CHURCH L, (Amount of'concrete furnished is Jimslide door in either endwall or both.LitePanl Stocks'of Merchandise :.
Intersection of Highways/ 16 ited to the amount specified in Butler' '''sky-lighting, galvanized or :

North) and 225. About This Question foundation drawings @ $22 per yard Antique Gold finishes, windows, venti Equipment and Furnishings, (:

Sunday School 9:45: ; Morning maximum.) lators and a walk-in door are also Livestock .
Service at 11. Evening Service, If you elect to pour a complete concrete optional. Machinery, :

7:30.. Wednesday Service 7:30VJn. : -ChrUUtas shopptaf. to floor, you'll be credited the Farmsted can do double duty. For Tractors, Farm Equipment!! i
of }'
Merchant, ...... fob amount concrete required for the implement shelter or grain storage. For

-Rev Jamco T. Farrish stocked' store and ntrmjWw. curtain wall foundation. example, when modified for grain,' the 6. Birtcng&le Tax Returns Will Be Mailed From
Farmsted is America's
Doe. aIM Charley selling 40' x 72' size holds 17,250 bushels.
::1 NEW; RIVER BAPTIST E. Jo..... Agtaey provide all-steel farm building. There are a lot All-steel Farmsted Is fireproof. No

Sunday School 10 ajn. MornIng frs* RITe)' of ssjr .humrfle of good reasons why. It costs just a unsightly, space stealing rafters. Can't Tallahassee : I
Worship 11 ajn. Training to ftdequU over $1 per square foot (F.O.B. rot, crack or sag. Termite proof. Easily
Union 7 pjn. Evening Worship. eGYeI'nn factory). You can put it up yourself and Insulated.
a p.m. Wednesday Night service btrruptfo.. u'e"Lt... save an extra bundle of money. Don't miss out on the free concrete Again, we solicit and encourage; your continued cooperation in handling all of :

i come.7:30 pjn. Everyone wel- bondte. and. ItebCKr. fidelity ferCharfey Farm: Ited. comes/ ; jn(Offer,three does, widths not Include: the offer Farmsted, In effect Garage.for) a limited time only! these tax matters. If we can' be of any assistance., please feel welcome. to. call on

slim Countryman pastor. esattrer "JarteIa- us. .

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Sunday School 9:45 a.m.; UDLER FARM 'FEEDING AND : / .' '. :. ". t, 1't.
Morning Worship 11 ajn. Youth Johns / "'
Service S p.m. Evening Worship Agency A "' STORAGE SYSTEMS GENE LONG

7 p.m.Tuesday. 131 So.. Walnut St. .
Prayer, Meeting 7:30: ( Fhene 964SQ70rw O.'Box: 367 Phone ."", .
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F.- w- .. c Afews Notes

I By Helen Egan

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I OLDER AMERICANS It not to have as to assistance In the four-.
..... .. was any
:,"" SdAxs:lirkt'aif' (.' ":9ifo-'Gr': ENJOY CHRISTMAS, business meeting but a situation county; plan.
jjp The week of December 18 occurred that. required Pr.l1dent'Slmmolll asked for-

I ushered In many activities: of sam. This programming will volunteers to act as committee
Linda Whartbn I organizations and clubs and follow after the musical pro- to visit their respective County;
Keystone HiKtes Phone 473-4907 talk k i1VJ church programs. Leading the and directed Commissioners and the volunteers -
arranged by
-473-4848.. week of Sunday, 17th at the from Putnam County are
member Mrs Florence James
L' Y'PY Community Church the Choirat Lewis Watson of Interlac nj;
with her son. Jack,who rendered -
the 11 a.fti. worship service: several vocal followedby Murray Sipprell and Mrs. Lynn
:: rendered the cantata, "A King solos (Martha) TenEyck; Alachua
:ifXx. :*,':'X ::;$(-H*:: .m )$$AAf( (.'f!(' 'JW8aSiiiiiWljI!!! ..I..m:".IJ'1'.1.BfC 1S! ;: : ." .F., la Born" with Pastor Stewart group singing of the old County, Jerry May EeL Long-'

.\,".':.:: '. McCord u narrator.At favorites of Christmas The necker and Mrs Thelira Preston -
; table napkins bore the words
SCOUT TROOP !574 Steve HepdnsUlL sonof Mr. ben will resume their evenIng ,.\':<:." 8:30: a very Impressive and music of Silent Night. At ; Bradford County; E.W.'
Thirteen boys and their and Mrs. Charles HepUnstaU, bridge game at 7:30 pjn 'F..': .. service of the "Chrismon" each members plate wasamln.lature Revels Wilbur Neal and Mrs.

leaders. Dick Abies and Nick. returned Dec. 21 from a trti on January 4 at the Melrose Il\l(. Season of Advent with the Junior candy cane, and gifts Stelnert; Clay County; Frank
Pappas.. were Meta of NASA to Guatemala with his Anthropology Woman's Club. This will be ;I ., Choir of the Sunday School were presented to each diner Merrick, Donald McRae and

Inolde the Cape for the Apollo Class from Santa held every Thursday night. i, .',;(" narrating hi song the symbolic from Gainesville Business Mrs. Francis Egan. .
. 17 launch. The boy left Key- Fe Junior College thereafter. ': ; ": ::1'' emblems of the season u the houses, a year pocket calendarand This group will meetat7:30December
t stone Wednesday after school Mr. and Mrs. W. Q. Dowl- The Tuesday Bridge Clubwlll ,"J'. ., I Sunday school children placeda a ball point pen. p.m. 28 at the ParishHouso
and returned Thursday after lag entertained with dinner 2 the two for further Instruction.
a resume their play January silvered emblem on Santa Claus came bouncing
a marvelous Urne. party; Sunday, Dec. 17, and will meet each Tuesday.JuUame .i cedar trees on each side of 11to announce the advent and Not to miss a single Christmasprnrffm benefactor

Thoseattendtg, this great for some of their friends In and Susanne Nelson \ ':? the altar. These emblems were milled about with the diners, of this President lovely .,Slmmons)
event were Brian Abler, Richard their home on Lake Geneva. arrived reds week to spend '. :: .;.:" the cross, the butterfly cluster as he presented the gifts. of
had vote
standing -
I Bedell, Tom Wilson, Patti Mizell has returned Christmas with their mother of grapes, eightpointedstar The Important business which a appreciation
Bubba tome, Jim Neale, Bobby home after being hospitalized Mrs. Mary Sargeant The girls fish, anchor, cedar tree, necessitated a business sessionwas to each and every one.
Neale Dennis Schelette: In Riverside Hospital In Jacksonville are residing In Tampa, Jull and the Epiphany star. As the announced and explained In An auditing\ committee was.ap
Ray Ablnger. Jerry Wells after a brief lllnesi anne working on her PHD at pageantry of Chrismon wu part by President Simmons. pointed consisting of Jerry
Ethel Welch and''
Stephen Dear Jimmy Reed, and testa. Glad to have yot the University; '' of South Fla.. completed tiny white lights' Now that each city; and county: ; May, Mrs ,
and Scott Gam. home, Pattl! and Susanna) working for a TV roar glowed In the candlellghted\ unit la to share In Revenue Col. Emma Vogel.On .
Mike, Gloria. June and Ka- ,station as a writer. Sanctury, and "Joy To the Sharing of the Federal government -
BRIDE-ELECT HONOREDAT Christmas vacatonInMag- Mr. Lyndle (Alice) Ktrtiey World" was the closing Choir ,, and as the allocation of local January 4 and at Lake 1:30! Geneva>>.m..
MISC. SHOWER has returned home after a messages. such funds are to be distributedby Keystone
Mn. Richard Louis Mur- gie N.! C. In hope fora week's vacation In Dana N.C., Following this service: all localities: and as Melrose members of AARPNadonalnrlllmeet

rhee, Jr., the former Jan- "White Lthri.tmu"; where she visited her sister, adjourned to the Sunday School Is In the center of four counties, at the educational Church building for
of the Community an
Ice Lane Smith of Miami Jimmy McMurtry and David Beth Hawley, and building, where the Church Women and enjoy membership from ; and
informal get-together social
was honored at a miscellaneous LaYeRs entertained Cindy and also Alice's fatherMr held open house. The each of the four in the AARP
shower on Wednesday ; and Don Gottlob with a Stone. Chairman of all Circles were Chapter; and as plans have been : hour with refreshments

Dec. 13,. at the home of Mrs. duck dinner u a' going away : and Mrs. Ed O-Brian) Janis Smith Becomes Bride the hostesses.On arranged for a large auditorlus Henschel semi by as and and Mrs.hostess Elmer
Richard Cunningham. The party; for them. Don, Cindy has a house full of children: the December 18. the arranged for a large auditoriumto
hostesses were Mrs. Paul and Tracy left Wednesday for the Christmas holidays. Of Richard L. Murrhee, Jr., Church Women held the annual be built on the grounds of A cordial Invitation Is extended:
Tyre, Mrs. George Mesa, Dec. 20, for the snow country Their daughter, Sharon Christmas\ AU Circle covered the Melrose Volunteer Firehouse to all Interested In the alma
and Mr. Cunningham. In St. Louis, Mo. I sure Hatchet, and her son, Shan dish luncheon. All the emblems ; that a committee be and pirposes of AARP,which U
The Christmas theme was will miss them. By the arrived December 21 from California Miss Janls Lane Smith satin helmet embroidered with and decorations of the holiday; appointed to meet with their a service organization.
fused throughout the house and Jimmy you shouldn't standup and their daughter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.William seed pearls, and she car- season were the profusion along respective County; Commissioners On January 28 at l:30p.mthe
(Miss Marla Cunningham assisted In the boat when you are Kathy O'Brlan, came home J. Smith of Pompano ried a cascade bouquet of the center of the dinning! tables, and present the Idea Game-Fun Day of the Keystone
duck hIUlUnr.NeverkDowwben. from the and two lovely planters of red that of the Revenue! Fellowship Club (seniors) will
In serving. The hosjtesses University; of Maryland Beach and Richard Lewis white roses. a portion
3 presented Mrs. Mur-. ;you'll get wed! .. Also arriving from California Murrhee, Jr., son of Mr. and Miss Mary Beth Harklns of and white carnations were Sharing be contributed: to the have a social: hour. The monthly
jirhee with sheets and pillowcases '' David LaValle left Decem- was their other son, Mrs. Richard Lewis Murrhee. Fort Lauderdale was maid of across the officers tables. building of the auditorium which covered dish luncheon of the
{ as a memento of the ber 21 for his home In MaIneto Ed Jr. This Is the first Christ.- Sr., of Keystone Heights wer* honor, and bridesmaids wereMIa.e. Mrs. Ernest McLean President would be available to all organizations Club will be on January 11 at
yoccasion.t spend Christmas with his mas the OBrians have all been united In marriage 0II1 Saturday -, Am Kempthome and announced that In appreciation and clubs.; 12:30! at the Lions Club.
j Among those attending were family and enjoy some of his together In six year. I know evening, December 23. Jean Posterly of Fort Lauderdale of the fine work of Mrs. This program, has been
t Mr. Richard Murrhee St. mother's One cooking Never they had a very: Merry Christ The candlelight\ ceremony was and DahaTanlerofJack- Roy Turknett, Chairman of the thoroughly studied, and several Alachua County; Extension
;1 mother of the bridegroom fear Kids! He'll be back for mas. performed at six o'clock In sonville. They wore velvet successful Bazaar, and Mrs. agreements. have been reached ,(Continued To Next Page)
:Mrs. Mildred Smith, of Ml- the beginning of school in Members of the DuPont staff St. Anne's Episcopal Church. gowns along Identical lines Natalie Stelnmetz, for her _
mother of the bride, January, so you better get and their wives enjoyed a steak Keystone Heights by the Rev. In shades of burgundy; and splendid program of Chrismon.
i iaml. E. G. Blackwell Lake busy on those Science Projects dinner at the Holiday Ira In Thomas Feamster and the green. On December 19,the Bradford KEYSTONE MELROSE

; grandmother of the over thMrs.holidays.Low Stark last Friday night.BeamGerlach. Bev. John M. Flynn. Timothy Clayborne Murriiea County; Senior Citizens Club of I
Mr. and best Starke held their annual Christ '
and Mrs. Jessie Far- served his brother as
5 nell bride, Lake City, aunt of the, ery and sons Lans and Lane, Two were white placed flower on arrangements the credence -- man and ushers were Randy: inas party.; This year It was s BUSINESS DIRECTORY
bride. have returned after spending Smith, brother of the bride a covered dish with monthly -
4) Christmas and a few day at tables on either side of Pompano Beach Mike Mur- Christmas birthday cake served

ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL. Callaway Gardens In Georgia. rf the altar. rhee Keystone Heights: and following the game play. FISHERMAN'S SUPPLIES HARDWARE-GARDEN

jj The Feast of Lights program Happy' Birthday toRayCrab- Given In marriage by her Darien Dlrr and Bill Rush Many members who have been
treel Mrs. R. L. Walker entertained fattier the bride Fort absent due to Illnesses were
will be presented bye wore gown Lauderdale SLIMS 47ib .11., e ARE
EYC Young People's group her son-in-law witha of Imported cream .satin fashioned A program of nuptial music welcomed back, and the birthdays f\'l"" HASH
!January 6 at the Church. This dinner party; which was enjoyed with a fitted bodice was presented by Mrs. AJS. and aimlversarys were given .
by Julie Crabtree and and fitted sleeves special recognition Be Fish -14'StiiTf
program Is tinder the dlrec- Ions which Anthony,' organist and Mrs. : GARDEN
tlon of Mrs. Hugh Gaul ands. Jim and Linda Wharton. fell In Calla: lily point over Gilbert Reed soloist. The sure and turn to 1'reddentJoe .ENTEI
Terry King." '" '. 'Mrs..Donna Walrath of Arden. -' tile wrists. The bodice was traditional ''wedding marches, Kerrigan's column, for he Live Bait A complete: line of f HdWj .

.r. ..r.. -- At.. ""Ii"l"PERSONALS ._ N., C. spent.Christmas' *! assigned, with a sheer:. yoke, we_used.t : "" !ix'jtiu vut;J> will give-\-a fine accounting. Crlckerr.ShtnnerfWornu'' BENJAMIN,.MOORE PAINT>4
In Florida this he visIted On December' 21 i Into
year of"Illusion and a high neck Following the1 bleseingbflhe ;{ "
her children In Jacksonville Parish House oflne'4 W itilJH't Mlenows '. !, :'Efectrlcal' Siipp/
Mr. and Mrs! Hugh .Gault : line. Both the yoke and the wedding a reception was held Melrose Gro-Jon.
J s and family traveled to South Mike, Kay and Ann, neckline were outlined with at the Keystone Heights Wo-. Episcopal Church of Melrose TACKLERODSREELSFISHING Fertilize
and also made a trip to Keystone cam members of American Insecticides
Carolina where they spent Venice lace In a leaf design. man's Club. &
'. Christmas with Mrs. Gault' to see some of her 'The very full skirt fell grace The bride Is a student at Association of Retired Persons, Lumber & Building. / Materials
i Mr. and Mr. Jot old friends and spend some fully In the back into a long Santa Fe Junior College In from far and near to enjoy the LICENSES AMMUNITION
parents, Hwy. N. 200
time with her other and Christmas luncheon -ICE yds From Light
j Gary. JIN j l(Qr' son court train. Her shoulder Gainesville She Is the paternal meeting
; Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Swll- Ma family, Frank Walrath. length veil was attached to a granddaughter of Burs. and program. The hall was dim Keystone Hgts. 473-4357 Keystone Heights 473-3653
Sure was good to see med as glowing candles of
Z: ley, of Boyton Beach, were you Lillian Lane of Pompano various -
t recent guests of their daughter Aunt Donna Beach: and maternal granddaughter design, on the long tablesso FURNITUREGIFTSLake TELEVISION-AIR CONDo
; and son-in-law, Mr. and ,. Mr. and Mrs. James Potter .- :f H8 i of Mr. Edwin G. ,colorful with great mounds .-
*. Mrs. Tom Feamster. Mr. arrived Friday from Columbus Blackwell and the late Mr. of red baubles, tinseled Geneva -
Service Center
Ga. to spend the : + wreaths, and
y Christmas with Mrs. outer walls. On
holidays stage was *OMsl*
The bridegroom attended
O. Feamster Sr. arrived De- Furniture
J '
Lois Walker. Lucille and Jim t a large lighted Christmas tree, uusar
: comber 20 from New Port : A En, Santa Fe Junior College and
j New., Va. to spend the Potter have spent Christmas Florida State University; He on each side two golden spraysof Gift & Candle Shop TV .
: Christmas holidays with the In Keystone with the Walkersfor entered the U.S. Army on Oct. foliage adorning the golden STERO
\ Feamsters. as long as I can remem- Meddling withMerchandise 31, 1972 and upon completionof and white lantern lights The CAR AND PORTABLE
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Robinson ber. Wouldn't be Christmas Mr. and Mrs. William M, 'Army schooling will be officers' table was on stage EXQUISITE GIFTS TAPE DECKSCOMMERICAL
) and Mr. and Mr. Myron If they didn't came: down. Beam announce !the engagement stationed In Europe for three where President R.F.Summers,
> Prevail Jr. attended the This year I cooked the tur- of their daughter, Leslie Ann and a half years He is the Vice President Murray Sip- Brand Furniture.
{ Palatka Federal Savings & ..key and we all enjoyed Christmas -, to Klngsley H. Gerlach, HI, .To lift her spirits; Virginia paternal grandson of Mrs.Otto press Secretary Ed Long- See Our DUpl'ay For
J Loan Association's amual at the Wharton home. son of Mr. and Mr. l Klngsley decided to become a bleached J. Murrhee Sr. of Keystone necker Chrlth.: and Treasurer Mrs. Christmas'IClft.! AIR CONDITIONING
Christmas party last week Santa was very: good to all H. Gerlach, Jr. of Clear-water. blonde. She stirred two bleaching Heights and the late Mr.Mur- Crawford were seat SALES &
I at the Ponce de Leon Motor of us. Both Miss Beam and Mr. products together and applied the rhee. Ills maternal grandparents ed. Each wore a symbolic em- Hwy. 100 E. Lake GenevaI

; Lodge In St. Augustine. Kenny and Tent Thompson Gerlach are graduates of Moo- mixture: to her hair. Result: scalp are Mrs Julia Franey blem of the office All memberswere I MI. East of K.y.tcn. H ts. KEYSTONE 473-1651
arrived Saturday to spend the burns.In also provided with
jj Mr. and Mrs. Huntley Red- treat-Anderson College Mon- VanNess of Jacksonville, and nametags
f Sr. entertained with s holidays with her parents Mr. treat, N.C., and the Universityof ; short order she demanded the late Orville] R. Williams. of the Christmas symbolsof REAL ESTATE J
earn, ; MOBILE
5 Christmas party last week- and Mrs. Edwin Bennett, and Florida. damages from one of the manufactures After a wedding trip to the star, stocking, bell or tree. HOME
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end at their home on Lai r her brother, Mark. The wedding' date has not But at the trial the West Indies, the couple will There were over 100 In atten- Richard T.
>;Geneva. Everyone had a wonderful Mr; and Mrs. Tom Garner yet been announced. company pointed out that its direction be at home at Fort Knox. dance with several friends from LovornRag. Want to sell your Mobil
Christinas with Gin- : warned against mixing far and near.There Kane? If have
time. spent Day Ky. unUldepartingforF..trope. Real Estate Broker you a l buyer,
the product with anything else
J If, over the holidays, you ny's parents Mr. and Mrs. 'The fact remains" said Virginia Mobile Horn Brokers will
W. J. Nutter In Lak land. enJoying Wm. E. Flakes
fellow LAKE
;happened to see a big with all "that a bleach should not PROPERTIES arrange ALL financing and
5 a big turkey '
full beard wandering
a the trimmings.Mrs. become dangerous merely by RESIDENTIAL ; '. Insurance details/ for a broke
3 around town, It wasn't Santa William Edward Flakes, Sr., "
mixed with another bleach.
!tit was Bob Drake. Bob was B. F. Mlzell. Sr. of 57, of Route 1,Keystone Heights being r BUSINESS-ACREAGE' : rage fee of 10% of the* sellIng .

| home for the Christmas holidays Gainesville drove over to died Thursday, Dec. 21, In a However, the court turned price. For more Information -
spend Christmas with her son down Virginia's claim. The judge APPRAISALS
but returned to Gainesville hospital. collMOBILE
I Va. December 28 and and his family on Lake Ge- He was a native of States- said she had meddled with the

; then will leave for a tour of neva. boro, Ga- and moved from merchandise With at her own risk. Keystone; Jig!.... 473-3254
increasing frequency HOME
{duty; In Vietnam with the US DUPLICATE BRIDGE Starke to Keystone Heights In manufacturers are being held liable BROKERSRT.

.j Navy. Duplicate Bridge Club.mem- the 1962.DuPont He was) a welder with for harm inflicted by their Edna Knepper; Assoc. 1 BOX 350 J
Company Highland
_. __u..................""' ................................. ..'.1..:Y.ti::.:,.:4ryl:: :fie".,......,....... .,"'..yN}}."" Plant, and a member of Grace products. But If the consumer 473-4111. MELROSE .
!''i::::: ::::;::.:;: : :i:: :::*: :: :;: :;:!:;:::;::;:::;: ; :;:;;::;:;; ;:::::::;::: :m@;:: :;;:: ::::: Baptist Church In Starke. had substantially tampered with FLORIDA 32666
tale product before using It. that Martha Assoc.
Survivors Include his wife, 475-1751
usuolly will let the manufacturer
SAFETY DEPOSIT Mrs. Mary E..Flakes; his mother ".,rr the hook." 473.3362BEAUTY

Mrs' Llney L. Flakes, This I Is true even if there is no SHOP ..
: tens EUgabeth; daugh specific warning against tamper.
Mrs. Seal Mrs. !
Audrey Blshopt" both of Jack- ing.Another case Involved ladder uBeautyle LEONARD'SOUTBOARD

: sonville and Mrs. Roslne which collapsed under a man'sweight

: Strickland. Bushnell two sons, throwing him to the Shof SHOPrbhnson
... William 2. Flake Jr., Orlando ground. But before using it, he "'0. a lovelierPken.475.221
I and F.C. Flakes, Jacksonville hud nailed strips ct wood along you".
; one stepson Kenneth E. the bottom in hopes of giving It L1
Jones Jacksonville: ; IS grandchildren greater stability ,
and two great-grand Because: of this alteration, Motors

children. which changed the ladder's distribution \ a Between
...w: Funeral service: were heldat of weight, a court ruled SALES & SERVICE
:: 11:30 sum. Saturday In the thit the man could not hold the Keystone' ,,00'' .

;: Seashore Funeral Home Chapel, manufacturer liable for his Injury.On Heights andMelrose }4- CLASTRON AND

I: Jacksonville, with Rev. Robert the other hand not every .t .... .. CHECKMATE BOATS
; Halite officiating. Interment alteration will Increase the chance ., ., Z::
:* was In Greenlawn Cemetery, or nn accident. In another case, a 'it", ;" Keystone Heights, Fla.
Jacksonville."Management. hunter widened a cartridge slot 19" ... -
Just Pennies I .
ftf a Day
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: on lib rifle. Later, during an outInj. -. I CONTRACTORDemorco I
? he was hurt when the gun ,. ;::: 11 an
r :s Pays for the protection of a Safe Deposit exploded in his hands. ,r.I This
:::; .11le Old 1V1JWl Here too, when the man And Son

if; Box Keep ,:your imporuut papers.and brought suit, the gun manufacturer is no better time than the Space For
relied Specializing' In
: i other valuables completely safe. on "tampering' as ailcfcmo.

,:: .:: But a firearms expert beginning of a New Year to be Residential. / Slabs Sale tL.
f testified that the explosion was ,

.:f:. Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Height, the Accordingly Meet. the court held the the promise of tomorrow. Work, Point! ,. f
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Insured 1 ,
N -.t'. Friendly Bonk In Your Friendly I i. the manufacturer liable. The judge John
art of laid that In these circumstances, Brown'sPRICE FREE ESTIMATES
w,::, Community getting three men t.d.three the hunter's Iteration simplynnr .
MOflflf NOME 373-1550
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News: t!Notes To TV Be Service Offered Training At Santa Class Fe 1 CL aSl Bifi l aI p.D

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(From Proceeding Page) A new television i service oscilloscope circuit mea- .....n....
surement and analysts.
training program consisting
of four non-credit The class will be divided
Service and the Melrose Homemakers will be offered at Santa Fe Into two sections with one sec WANTED--sttter In BIGGS COIN LAUNDRY l. 411 19-INCH ZENITH Portable TV,.
Club which Is a part Community College starting: tion meeting on Mondays from CLASSIFIED AD RATES weekday 064-8363 1 South Walnut St. next to Food like new with new waranty.
of the County Unit will observethe January 8. 7 to 10 p.m. and the other at Deadline for Insertion Monday Fair Starke 4tchg 12/28 Only $75 at Dahmer's Discount
following meetingsJanuary : The four courses to be offered the same time on Tuesday. 5 pjn. preceding ThursdaYbelore WANTED--COOKS, 20 House. Stchg 12/28
2, Monthly training meetIng In sequence are designed Both sections will be taughtby publication. age or older. Please SEWING MACHINESCleaned,
Gainesville office 10 a.m. to prepare Individuals for Billy Powers and will meet Holiday Inn. 2tchg. 1/. oiled and repaired.PHC Sports FOR SALEBrick veneer 3,
to 12 noon-Subject Importanceof television repair shop work. at SFCC's North Campus TV - wear across from Starke bedroom! 2 bath, living: room,
Wills." Also the 2nd-at The Lab. located on 23rd Boule- Builders Supply tfchg "
on first offering which will Minimum Charge $L75Covers dining\ room, family room.
Extension office 11:13: a.m. meet during the winter term vard, Gainesville. ) MILLER Dro,, Large lot. Central heat and
( 15: words
Council Planning Committee of "Basic Electronics ? Restless -
is Electrlcty and Reasonable Buford
Registration fee for the Each word over 15, 8fS I ? Get Snoozor Tablets for air.
LUe. Forest Highlands and for TV Service.
Mitchell 984-6853. tfchft
Waldo will meet. Topics for study In the class will be $10 plus a $5 a safe night's sleep. Only 98C-( phone
course Include AC and DC laboratory fee. All Classified Ads must be @ ,Andrews Pharmacy. 5tp--1/25 LINOLEUM FLOOR Covering
The remaining courses in paid for in advance unless
January 5 County. Executive circuits magnetism network 9x12 '5.98
the to be offered have established account While 6x9 $3.19: ;
Board meeting. Extension theorems Inductive and capacitive program with FOR RENT12' wide 12 15 only
In succeeding terms are The Telegraph, In that VOLKSWAGENN.w ( 12 x 12 $11.50; x
10 reactance. Impedance, homes outside city limits J.
office, a.m. 'Tele extra for $14.95 many patterns and
"Television Circuits, event BOtf charge .
resonance and filters. Labor- B. White. Ph. 964-6114. If no
Dahmer's Discount.
vision Service and "Re billing. Not responsible for & Used colors. .
A TRIBUTEOn atory work will Include tech- answer call 964-8374. tfchg
view For the certified: Electrondcs errors when given over the Sale Service Uchg.
of soldering hand tool
December 10, Clarence E. niques
Tecnlclan Test." phone or when copy Is not typed
Melrose honoredby use application of meters and '
of ,
Perry waa
and brought to the office WE ARE now taking applica-
200 grateful friends on his 1 MI. North of the tions for waitresses and hostess WANTEDMaid for motel.
retirement" as rural mall - GAINESVILLE Garden Restaurant. Itchg Apply in person'or' phone
carrier. DESERT ISLE MOTEL ph.
An open house was held at the FLORIDA CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 782-3332
Lawtey, Fla. Up
Episcopal Parish House and Mr. .
Perry was tendered best WILDLlFE'I $1.75 inch PLANNING A TRIP?
wishes and presented with a REDUCE safe & fast
Plaque as token of apprecla- ... .,A. -.... 2 Inch minimum X5Q Bese Tablets & E-Vap LET US HELP! FOR SALE- Doors' ; entrance,
don and expressions of happy : pills" Andrews Wi Handle screen; Interior, louvers shut1tors :
retirement. ; 6tp-- 2/1 closet blfolds, sliding'glass.
Mr. Perry has served Mel- \ EXOTIC CRUISESTo Windows, awning & single -
r Memorials RsolutionsL. Prod hung. Also lumber and hardware
rose and vicinity as the mall
aUonL Card, of Thanks The .
} \ All new and priced to'
carrier with an outstanding record Dr. O.E. Frye Jr. 4.ou Minimum to 50 ;
? -
up CARRIBEANSAlto save you money. George Ricks.-;.
of faithfulness as he delivered NUGENT
Director words. Each word over 50- Airline Tickets| 301 N. of Starke. 964.5134.4tp.:
the mall Sept.
Ik!. *
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1 1. 194S. In Ms 24 years he Service and Tours
has traveled about 432.864 Call 964.7449 REMODELLING
Residential HOME
miles or about 13,000 miles a << Jobs'done
year lie will be greatly miss- Commercial TOWN FINANCE CO. ; also plumbing,house wiring -

ed as he no longer meets his the wild there Is no cute stage is only temporary, Pay For; Classified Additional P.O. Box 226 N. Tempi and soma.. appliance work.
Prompt Call
hundreds of well wishers. God such thing- ,baby sitting and have the scars to prove it. Ada In Advance Air 5tp 12/28 service. 964-8087..
Speed! In Journey of re- .
your Young wildlife like
and wild youngsters are often puppiesand
Clarence Perry. Increased have madeIt Hookups FOR SALE1972 Suzuki 350
tirement. left on their own. Often Infant kittens, can arouse the ,
for this news $3.50 PER HOUR- part time
necessary Trailer Pole good shape 4000 miles also
instinct in
cuddling people.howevt'r. ,
wildlife creatures may to Its present 6-10 Call 964-7469
clarify for
PERSONALSFrom paper helmet $650. Larry Oglesby. p.m.
Torrence. Calif comesa appear lost, but the mother is before succurnbe- rules and adopt new ones for 24-Hour Se'vlcePhon. tfchg Interview. Vanguard Company;

Christmas message from former generally nearby. Mother ring to the desire to pick up the publication of classified a 3tp. 1228TYPEWRITERS
Keystoners Louis and Dell Nature Intended it this way wilderness babies people advertisements In Us. columnar I FOR SALERegistered Angus .

Kyle, reporting that they will and provided the youngsterswith should consider two important ( calves. Phone 964-6114 J. B. Adding Ma-:
spend Christmas Day with their the natural instinct and things and chances of All advertisement of this ; White. tfchg chines & Cash Registers
daughter. Bobble Hynds, and ability to remain hidden until loss are great under both. nature must be paid In advance cleaned repaired. STARKE
their grandchildren and great the parents return. Each year Florida wildlife unless an established PUMPSNEW ALCOA SIDING SPECIALIST- TYPEWRITER SERVICE.. 782-
grandchildren and anticipatingan The law that prohibits the officers have to remind outdoor monthly account Ie'main AND Since 1938. All Wood Covered 3020.; 5tp' 1/11 "
enjoyable day. Dell seemsto molesting or possession of enthusiasts that this is talned with this newspaper. In Aluminum. WorkmanAhin
be In good spirits and reconciled wild animals also includes the season of cute cuddly Mailing and bookkeeping SALES Guaranteed. WILLIAM DAVIS, 100% FINANCING
to being an Indoor per- wild birds and bird eggs. Par lovable woods babies and that costa have advanced makingIt P. O. Box 1081 KEYSTONE AVAILABLE for your custom
sons most of time. ents should explain to their these babies are to be seen necessary .to' make this PARTS ) HEIGHTS.! FLA. ((904)473-3366.) built home, 'by local quality'''
From Interlahen comes a letter adjustment SERVICE builder on one of our large
Infant 9 1/25/73
but not touched. Often 9tp
that nests
children the they
from Margo and Reed Mar- I" that RALPH
It I much preferred tf shady lots. BRYAN,
tin former Keystoners. The discover have not been aban wildlife creatures may appear be Deep end Shallow
advertising 1-6208..
classified 4tchg 1/4
3 2 Bath brick ,
and forlorn but Bedroom home.
doned. children lost hungry, ,
Important message to so many Knowledgeable placed In person rather than
local people Is about the Mar- should explain this to they have not been abando- by: telephone s. as to avoid. Central Terms Heat & air, wall to UNIT wall.,

tin grandson Milo Martin and adult, loo.Remember. ned. The parents are generally errors T if Plumbing ED carpet.FARM AGENCY available.PAUL & SEWINGM"KCHINE
his rehabilitation at the Talla- when encountering nearby.
hassee Center of Sunland. wildlife babies Possession of wildlife Is EXPERT ,
FLA. 964-5065
Mr. Martin has been quite 111 1 that young wildlife is often possibly( only with a permit ON ALL

for several months and after better equipped to care for issued by the Game and Fresh WEMAKEALL .
the I long drive to : PHONE Sole and Service
get Milo itself through natural instinct Water Fish Commission and ,, WANTEbUsed furniture re- ,
allowed to ,
was spend two months
with his than size or appear to capture a young deer or MAJOR APPLIANCE# ,frlgerators washers. --Dah- ELNA
grandparents Margo
Martin had two Invalids to care ance indicates. Not only is it other young animals or bird is mer's Discount, House. tf/cgh .New Homes
for. Mr. Martin la housebound against the law to disturb against the law. REPAIRS PUMP & SUPPLY '4 WHITE

all the time due to a breath- these youngsters but it's also Expert care and feeding EXPERT REPAIRMEN INSURANCEAT '
. Ing condition. Waiting on Mr. Inhumane and disrupts the needed 16 raise the young of Moved 5 Blocks REDUCED $49.50'up

Martin and continuing the therapy plan of nature and It can be any wildlife species, and most CALL 9"64-8363' 864 N. Tempi. RATES
for Milo was all-encom- dangerous. Be really kind people do not have the know. ? AUTO, FIRE BOAT Part & Repairs on

passing for Mrs. Martin. How- leave young, animals and birds ledge required to successfully Sta ke DOYLE E. CONNER all I'j[other'" mok.'ma
ever, she hopes to revisit her where they [belong! Born in raise these animals or the i cltjne
holiday friends In Keystone. after the the wild and meant to be left facilities to retain them .in AppianceSear l va ice OUT OF TOWN INSURANCE AGENCY tchg.

in wild. .that's the attitude captivity.The '

Word the 2.74 Acres -- $3,250 NATIONAL
has Just been received
323: Brownie St. Tt
that must be second consideration .
that Mrs. Mabel Husband has adopted 2.75 Acres $3,250
been hospitalized and under- where baby birds and animalsare aside from the legality, Is the 2.82 Acres -- $3,350 611 W.,Univ..Ave.

{ gone surgery. She and her sis concerned.The safety of the individual and 3.11 Acres -- $3,650 .I'"O" LV
ter. Olive Stevens, moved to heartbreak associated his family. Young wildlife 3.19 Acres -- 93,750$ Gainesville, Fin

an apartment In Jacksonville with young wildlife can be may bile on the slightest pro 3.92 Acres -- $4,550 378.1355
after selling their lakeside magnified when our officersare vocation. A. 4.00 Acres -- $4,650REASONABLE
home on Lake Geneva. required to enforce the Even.If the "taming" of wild. : m.\1 ,
law and confiscate the cap. life youngsters is successful '
s di Tel 964-5701
TREASURE .. Home and 31.1/2 Acres '
tured pet. Possession permitsare they don't remain playful ) SALES PA. TS on SRD. 100 South. Home-

Nothing we> ore laid la ce r.. issued only in the most youngsters forever. SERVICE
lain but death and taxes, and unusual circumstances or for Wildlife youngsters can become 3 bedroom CD construction
the second survives/ the. first.e an educational or scientific downright treacherous TROVE INTERESTED IN USED IMPORT CARS Land bordered by two paved

e e exhibit. when they reach maturityand OR SELLING? HARFRED AUTO roads and., one graded road.

Why Is It that so many people Cute U a vastly overworked the mating age. More IN t IMPORTS .
who talk about getting word when used to describe people are injured annuallyby CONTACT INC. BILL POWELL BROKER
away from it all are the ones deer E.
the young of wildlife. Too presumably pets 509 University
who have never been with it 964-6464
In the first place? often people. learn. that the than any otter, wild animal. mEWANT' GEORGE Gainesville372.4313 OR

It Your

421 W. MADISON Bugging 964.6593

JIMMY results! ) / Sports sale with us. Call today.--
MORE BOAT FOR 6464 or 9B4-6810 tf/chg
$ SAVE $
Stark Ph. 1 Factory Trained VW

We Repair Most Mechanic:
Complete Outboard & Major And Minor Repair
Why Not Con.ld.r Drive Service and
: AvattabU; With On All Make Ono Day
Complete Fiberglass Service On Most Jobs GMC TRUCKS
Business Machines Custom built "

DISCOUNT :Stores 11- 528 S. Walnut St. COVE SPRINGS*

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AIHMMIVdllKS) (! ( : :I \4 R.t.11 Enp.rUnc. Not Raqulrad MARTIN 'i FACTORY HELP. 'NEEDED

1L U.S. 90
.. West Lake .
CM.U'LVKWS!' --.: .. Phone
... Our Union Operation Offer 1o t 752-3723 I;
,For Bet/ Sfctiori' :;3 Owen Joist of Florida, Inc. nd dpndabl, able :
CASH %" Barnlne Puck.o. ? bodied No
; RKCISTKRS(; Including Salary commission' TRAVEL G factory help. experience n.ceuary. 4s
,, "" .'. .And IMantlva. Bonua.Complala Steady work, overtime, fringe benefit
/ a frlnia Banariu.' MINI-HOMES i .1.1IF

RI':\ uu.\U. \ 1Jt(:1'1.It',VIDRS( .,, Profit Sharing plan. TRUCK CAMPERSAND YOU ARE WILLING TO WORK APPLY :

Opportunity Par TOPPERSFull :1':1'Ii
) For An End To Advanaamant.
Line Of Part : Ii; JOIST .:<:}

Business: Machine Woes. Personnel Service' .. AN. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER ##

Will 'Interview Thur.doy i Lincoln City Road Monday through Friday

t'( \1.1. December 28. ................... ...'..'. .. ....... ,,7:00A.M.. ,...O-....,. To.... ....,5.00PM:. .. ...... .. ..TF... ,.'".
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IS v. rot RT STREET DISCOUNT STORES Associates / HWY.. 100 W. PH. 964-5606 .r/M-"r Ott; ;
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I Gainesville Fl.. WANT TO SELL M9ft.' And 127ft. Selling For Fall Clearance
Area Code 904 373-10)4 BUY REAL ESTATE

.... ." Call U* For Bt Also 2 Repossed Homes
& '
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