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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 9, 1973
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Former Chief Bill Rosser first try at a political of- Adoption of the $5.1
qualified Thursday August 2, fice. He has been with the
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..w to run for police chief In the police force since 1964.
$ __ .?. 1/ot'; '..;c.oL'! city elections to be held Sep- school budget will be
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.. James A. Sullivan.Rosser received in the municipality. superintendent had planned.In .

water Half Moon Lake to docks and the had receded, 838 votes, Lawson 421 E. H. Wallace said
Rising on up over Electric said Wednesday water begun t* Mayor a July 17 meeting Supt.
threatening to go into homes. A spokesman from Clay and Sullivan trailed with 279. that unless the tax is levied Temple and Deputy Supt. W.

In 1967 Rosser ran for his the city cannot qualify for L. Kilpatrick went over the
fourth term but was defeatedby State revenue sharing funds it budget for the school board
Bobby Biggs by the vote has been receiving in the and a handful of teachers and
by 1,027-607. amount of $141.18 per month. other employees present.

Lakes Still In 1969 Rosser lost to Ken "If we lose these funds it Board members questioned
Flooding Threatening Fuqua by 60 votes 790-730. will seriously cripple our city almost no items, with the
Fuqua again beat Rosser in services, including street exception that Board MemberArt

1971 In a run-off by .85 votes. lights, our caution light, and Holliday stated he
the of the fire couldn't agree with the $8,400
Rosser has had 7 and a half operation
years experience on the Police department," the Mayor said. annual salary of one accountant -

Of KH Force, serving one anda He predicted that the city protesting that a$2,000plus

Putnam Residents East half of those year as a could without not the continue revenue to function sharing year was too pay much.raise Holidaygot in one

patrolman.The funds. no support from other
police chief race was Raiford's charter board members present,
Residents just east of But its a different story with sis through deepening and clearing Causing the water to back necks such as undersized cul- set up in June when Chief provides Although that no ad valorem Seeber Goodman and Blaine

Keystone Heights on the chain some newer residents, like of an outfall ditch which and verts, overgrown ditch banks Fuqua resigned. taxes shall be levied, Mr. Thompson, and the salary
of smaller lakes in the western John Beckenback and his controls the flood level of up keep rising are a and Inaccessible outfall dit- Bill Chambers was named Wallace said the last remained in the budget as
edge of Putnam County find family who purchased his Clay County lakes.Clay Coun- series of barriers, such as ches are also slowing the Acting Chief by the city council legislature repealed all such presented.Only .
the water still rising and the home on Half Moon Lake this ty officials also refused last at Bill Mosler's dog farm east flow of water on Its way to and is using that as a clauses in city charters. He changes made were
threat of being flooded out July 1. Beckenback had no week to join with Putnam of Half Moon Lake and at the the St. Johns River. springboard to seek the open said the city was not requiredto increases in travel expenses

imminent as The Telegraphgoes idea he would be residing in County in sharing the financial sand mine at Grandin owned by (See 4)) post. It will be Chamber'sPark hold a referendum on the given to some personnel,
bottle- Page
Tommie Clay. More
to press this week. Half Moon Lake by August 1. burden of this situation. question, under the new law, including agriculture and

It's nothing new to old-time "When we bought this place, but decided to give the votersan kindergarten teachers and
residents who recall the same the sea wall was approximately opportunity to express some administrative per-
thing happening in the late 50 feet away their wishes in the matter. sonnel. Amounting to just a
1950's when Old Field Pond, from the house and the water Mobile Home The new tax would not affect few thousand dollars, the
divided by SR-100, rose to was about 10 feet outside the City Okays persons receiving changes were made by
the travel
flood SR-100 just east of sea wall. Now the sea wall Is homestead exemption. drawing money
Keystone Heights and almost three feet under," Becken- Voting on August 14 will be from the contingency fund.
completely cover several back said Tuesday conducted in the Community Major portion of the four-
houses built near the under," Beckenback said Mix.Up Leaves Owner No (Choicethe Center from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. part school system budget is
shoreline. Other lakes in the Tuesday. the operational budget which
Half Moon totals $3.8 million for 1973-74,
area, such as Persistent rainfall and a -

Opal, Lilly, Hutchinson, Echo, backing of high water seemsto Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Davison, similar screen,. to assure for utility outlets and other board felt no legal Don Denton some 1972-73 $250,000 due to the higher new state than
above "normal"
and Swan
are be the source of the owners of the Jo-Lu Motel on privacy to the Thomas home. expenses of the park, he had responsibility for his expenditures full-time
problem. Water in the chain of U.S. 301 South, received' ap- no choice but to agree with theboard's since they were To Fill New which equivalency funding
Water is much higher than lakes system places major
is being barred from
at the City Zoning conditions. the result of
proval
Davidson said that since he evidently a
school
usual in large Lake Geneva at emphasis on funding on
draining through a series of
Keystone Heights, although canals and lakes on its natural for Board a change meeting in'Monday classificationto night had already spent some $4,000 Gaines told Davidson that that misunderstanding or mix-up Deputy SpotSheriff attendance. The program is
was never clearly explained -
called the Florida Education
nobody there is threatenedwith
to the St. Johns River.
way of
a at
permit operation
Monday's
meeting.
flooded out. Finance Program.
being The water that Is trickling mobile home park. on part of City Council Supports Gaines said that Davidson's announced Dolph the Reddish appointmentof has From the state in FTE
their property.The for funds school officials call
through the natural outfall original application a Rev. Don Denton, part as
from Half Moon Lake to the original plot plan change in zoning was advertised time county jailor and pastorof the funding program which
prairie beyond is covering submitted By the Davidsons Board DecisionCity and approved early Grace Methodist Church, replaced the old Minimum
State Road 26 from 8 to 16 through their attorney, Zoning this year for "a mobilehome Lawtey,as a deputy sheriff effective Foundation Program,
inches In places and the road Richard Welty, called for 20 rather than a mobile home October 1 1. Bradford County will receive
will be Impasable soon. mobile home spaces and met park.Davidson $3,218.613. by far the largest
Comments from strong opposition from Mrs. Council Tuesday night that such a mix-up does not told The In approving the sheriff's portion of the school operating
around the lake property indi-; D.L. Thomas,who resides just voted to uphold the Zoning occur again. (See City Zoning Telegraph Tuesday that his $151,183 budget last week, the budget. Another $580,000 will
owners north of the motel and Board in its approval of a Board story, page 1)). intention from the first was to County Commission granted come from local property
the level
water
cate residents endangers septic proposed mobile home park. mobile home park for the Jo- The Council's action occurred apply for a mobile home park. increased funds to pay for an taxes, $23,000 from race track
permanent from Zoning Board ChairmanL.M. Lu Motel property on U.S. 301 when Mrs. D.L. On the date when the application additional (fifth) deputy for tax funds; $24,000 from the
tviks and water supplies
wells, The Putnam County; Gaines and the two other South, but took steps to insure (Seleta) Thomas appeared at came up? for a the county, but funds will not state textbook fund, and
hearing,Davidson said he was be available Until the new another is
: her $15,000 anticipatedfrom
TEENAGEDANCE Sheriff has been called by members present, Mrs. the meeting to reiterate
Hall made to the Zoning in Fort Lauderdale looking fiscal year starting October 1. the summer FTE fun-
local residents to stop motorboats Marguerite and ThomasE. CD Director charges,
and skiers from using Lewis, pushed hard for a Board Monday night, that after property interests, and Denton is currently servingas ding program, a total of
drove miles
the lake due to the high wakes compromise in the seeming ResignationDate there was a "breakdown ofcommunications" attend:340 the back to Starketo a jailor radio dispatcheron $3,860,613.
FRIDAY NIGHT they create,. stalemate, insisting on betweenthe meeting at 7:30: the 4 p.m. to midnight shiftat Another $1 million in state
Clay County was named recently changes in Davidson's plan Zoning Board, Council p.m.Unknown the county jail while con- capitol outlay funds is expected -
to Davidson the
AUG. 10 in the Florida Times before they would give ap- AdvancedResignation and the City Clerk.. Zoning Board tinuing his pastorate at Law- to be received in

B PM MIDNIGHT Union as being the culprit In proval. That was the only way to originally set for the meeting Chamber, tey. He is a U.S. Navy veteran January, according to Supt.
After more than hour of and has college degree in Temple, as the state assumes
an Bradford
NATIONAL GUARD maximizing the hlghwater crl- of explain what happened when of Commerce office was a of school
ARMORYADMISSION controversy, Davidson Civil Defense Director she arrived home one day to changed to the Country Club elementary education. responsibility
A
realized his original plan wasa Charles who has qua- find mobile home moved in building programs. budget
Hardy, a
'2 Each due to a conflict with another Reddish said that Denton amendment will be made to
lost cause and agreed to the lified to run for the post of on the Jo-Lu property ad-
Tag Office meeting at the chamber. will be used in a "floating" position reflect that amount, but only
zoning board's stipulation that clerk of Starke, was accepted hers the south, Mrs.
city joining on Davidson said he went to the in the department, and after the funds are received
The all mobile homes in the Monday by the County Thomas said. She added that
meeting in the chamber office will be trained to handle every
the
To Be from state, Temple
Open proposed park must be set Commission but the effective due to the property line of says.
and sat through two and a half phase operations, includingdesk
Peace Machine Late TuesdayThe back from the highway the date moved up from running at an angle, the hours of "interesting" work, to relieve pressureon Portion of the budget which
---- same (minimum) distance as Oct. 1 to August 15. mobile home was actually in discussion on the wet-dry other deputies and clerical the school board controls is

cc..t office of Tax CollectorJ.R. Mrs. Thomas' home; with In compliance with norlda's front of her property, betweenher election issue, but was puzzlednot workers in the office during the operations budget. The
She (Eammunity Kelly will remain open another set-back of at least 25 "Resign to Run" law. house and the highway.She ( knowing that he was in vacation periods, and other other three parts of the budgetare
feet from the north
property Hardy submitted his resigna- later learned Mrs. the ) when the relief emergencies. debt service, an interest
Tuesday night,Aug. 14, for the wrong meeting
line between the
Mate Sank convenience of late pur- home and the motel.Thomas The tion to the county August 1, Thomas said, that the motel matter of his application did Reddish said that Denton and sinking fund, and which contract the
when in
October 1
chasers of new motor vehicle board also insisted that the but effective owner had been issued a not come up. will attend police standards programs
A-_ -... U. license tags.Deadline property be screened on the he would take office with the permit for utility connectionsfor He said there was no breakin school this fall to complete the spending Is set.
..T.$30.000 hr. for the purchase of north side with at least a four- city If elected. 20 mobile homes although the discussion to give him a number of hours of training In the Operations Budget,

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Anniversaries Birthday{ //te /J //j L /1/ Weddlngl

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Gladys Mooty, Society Editor, 964-7608




. BREEZING THROUGH SUMMERThis Hicks-Dale/ Shower Given Lynne Greene, BrideMiss 3-e/ecf/ Is Honored


summer, you can: sweater with matching cardi-: dish tints. Easier said than Engagement For Patricia Lynne Greene, whose arrangement of yellow and
look and feel like a very gan is the latest version of done? Not anymore. Clairolhas marriage to Gregory P. Marshall white daisies flanked by yellow -
cool million dollars. the sweater set. developed a shampooinhair Mr. and Mrs. Charles Underhill will be an event of candles in silver holders.
Fabrics are so soft and Another new sweater look Color that stays true Randolph Hicks of Hampton August 11, was honored at two Denise Gissy presided at the
airy, they seem to be barely for summer is the little knitted and helps resist red fadings. 11a announce the engagement of Miss Patricia parties in the past week. punch bowl. Over the honor.
Underhill
there. Colors are pale and tank top -- a go-every Appropriately enough, it's their daughter, Debra Anne, The Stump home on Bessent ee's chair was a yellow and
Sept. IS bride-elect
pretty, to flatter suntanned where fashion that can be called True Brunette.But to Michael Steven Dale, son of ored at was hon- Road was the setting for a de- white parasol with pink
skin.. .. The newest hue is a paired with shorts, pants, Mr. and Mrs. John Dale, of a bridal shower Tuesday lightful shower tea for Miss streamers.
r---; whether brunette, night, July 24, given by the 35 who
skirts. Wear it at night witha Wickliffe Ohio. 1. Among guests
Greene Wednesday, Aug.
"., li long dirndl and an armfulof blonde, or a redhead,beautiful The bride-elect is a Mrs. William Dukes and Mrs. on Mrs. T L. called between the hours eight
hair color is only half graduate of Gainesville John B. Sapp at the home of Hostesses were and ten o'clock were Mrs.
High
bangles. Mrs. H. P. Herres,
the battle. Summer sun and the latter Primitive Casey,
School and is on Bap- Greene, mother of the
What do wear to the often now attending Mrs. C. D. Inman, Mrs. M. R. Henry
., you summer drizzles are tist Church road.
Bob Jones in honoree, her daugher, Mrs.
University
beach or the pool? This harsh hair color. So why A Sanders, Mrs. Frank Weaver,
on pink and lavender
,, Greenville, S.C., where she color Donna Vara, and niece, Miss
and Mrs.J.
Johnson
T.
E.
if you're really in the not it with Clairol'sShampoo scheme Mrs. ,
year protect will her was carried out In
't' ,,'" receive B.S. degree in Mickey Jones.
swim, you wear a barebacked for Color Care. Home Economics in January. the party decorations. The W. Griffin.
halter-necked maillot. It conditions hair Mrs. Griffin greeted guestsat
actually Miss Hicks is a member of Chi refreshment table was decorated -
the door and introduced
Since the world is going while cleansing: it and can Phi with greenery and McBroomJohnsDafeAug.
Sigma Literary Society at
line
.. them to the receiving
to see more of you this be used on any hair natural, greenery encircled the punch
summer, you should be pay- semi-permanent or perma- BeautyWinner BJU.Mr.. Dale graduated from bowl. Mrs. Sapp and daughter composed of Miss Greene, her 11
mother, Mrs. Henry Greene,
I ing special attention$o your nently colored.If Wickliffe High School in Brenda presided at the Mrs.
and the groom's mother,
figure,your complexion,and you keep a cool head, Ohio and is also attending Bob punch bowl. Cove
above all, your hair. and try t"he new supercool Jones University where he The 16 guests enjoyed games R. L. Marshall, of Green Miss Donna McBroom,
With those bare new fashions fashions, you'll find yourself will receive a certificate in with prizes during the party Springs. directed daughter of Mr. and Mrs
most important Toni Whitt 18, represented Mrs. Weaver Vernon McBroom Barnes-
your breezing through Summer January from the Institue of hours. Among the guests were Dale
accessory is hair: masses of '73. .and looking like a the Bradford area wellas Christian Service. At Bob Mrs. R. A. Underhill, motherof guests to the family room ville, Ga., and Johns,
clean hair combedin third where gifts were displayed.Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. Carl L.
shining cool million. she placed runner- Jones he served the honoree and Mrs. Ed- son
rosy peach that makes a tan thick, soft waves around up In the Miss International ((1971 and as vice-president as secretary win Williams, mother of the Donna Vara, sister of the Johns of Starke, will be united
look golden. your face. Whether you part Florida Pageant held in Miami (1972-73)) of Pi bridegroom to be. bride to be, was in charge of in marriage on Saturday, Aug.
Clothes are cut to make your hair or brush it back I. .I Beach this past week. and later as captain Kappa of Alpha the'ssoccer The hostesses presented the the guest book. 11,at 5 p.m. at the home of the
the most of you and your from your forehead,the lookis .. e;'. '7-J Miss Whitt was sponsoredby team. Mr..Dale is alsoa honoree with a place settingof and Mrs.Mrs.Casey Inmai., Mrs. received Johnson bride, in the presence of the
summer glow.Necklines take utterly natural and un- member of the Judo her chosen sliver patternas immediate families.
the Charley E. Johns In- gentlemen guests in the family room and
the the look teased \I\\ \ a memento of the occasion.
Ia
plunge; strapless \ ) surance Agency. Martial Arts team. invited them to the dining
returns for both daytimeand Your hair color should She gained her entry into The couple plans to be room for refreshments. The
evening. have the same natural beautyas In zoo, a lioness gets fed the pageant by her Azalea married in July of 1974 in Underhill- table was covered with an imported DUPLICATE BRIDGE::
Many of the new strapless your hair style. If you six days a week and fasts Queen title, being first runner Hampton. linen cutwork cloth and CLUB RESULTS
dresses can take cover under color hair brunette in the Bradford Straw-
your on the seventh. Good for up BlankenshipMiss centered with an arrange-
coordinating shirt-jackets or be richer contest and first and Miss Bernice Brenke and
a deeper brunette, her berry Queen ment of yellow
figure, they
cardigans. A strapless tube with no phony-looking red- I : say. runner up in the Newberry Miss' KinnairdIs white daisies. Mrs. Sanders Mrs. Loeb Duncan were the
Watermelon Contest. She was Patricia Underhill and and Mrs. Herres presided at winning couple at Duplicate
-- -- -- .-.------------------.n.--.-...-.. .-.-.-.. -. .. also Miss Magnolia Fair in HonoredAt Wayne Blankenship will be the tea table. Assisting were Bridge Tuesday night where
united In marriage on Sept. Misses Marian Dowling and there were four tables in play.
In Starke 1972.Winner in the Miss In- t ShowerMiss 15 at 8 p.m. In Reynolds Latain Herres. Mrs. Edward Burns and T. A.
ternational Florida Pageantwas Chapel at Camp Blanding with The honoree was presentedwith Sundem were second and Mr.
AAONTCOA/IER Ceo Lewis Lisa Frantz, 19, of Miami. Debbie Kinnaird, a reception following at the a portable electric mixer and Mrs. Edward Wainwright
First runner up was Linda August 23 bride elect, was Officer's Club. and can opener, and a corsage were third.

Owner Thompson, 20, also of of Miami. honored at a bridal shower Invited All friends to attend.and relatives are from her hostesses as a ................. ... ... ....qwJRi;
Patton Miami
Valerie
21, last night given by memento of the occasion..
353 N. Temple was second runner up and Miss Friday Marlene Birt at her Mrs. Greene and Mrs. Mar-
< then came Miss Whitt.In parent's home, 1310 Blanding shall also received corsages. Miss Joyce Denmark will bea
four weeks Toni will Street. Seventy-five guests were bridesmaid in the wedding
enter the Miss Southland Pa- The refreshment table was invited to call between the of Miss Shearon Wiggins and
geant in Daytona Beach. She covered with a white linen BIRTHS hours five and six o'clock. A Taylor Glover Saturday af
also plans to enter the Miss special guest was Miss Donna ternoon in Newnan, Ga.
cloth and centered with a
Western Flare What A Pkg. Surfside Canada Pageant in crystal punch bowl encircled Marshall,sister of the groom -
Miami; the date hasn't been with seasonal to be. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Biggs
Deal set as yet. flowers. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hicks, and Mrs. Myrtle Anderson
JeansSave Knit The 15 guests enjoyed Starke, announce the birth ofa spent Sunday with Mr. and
Boys games with prizes during the son. Shannon Reed, on Aug. Mrs. John Anderson in
25% Reunion Set party hours 7:30: to 9 o'clock. 3 In the Alachua General Hos- On Saturday evening members Callahan and brought home

Shirts For NormansRelatives .....,...........,.. .. ..... ..... .. .. ...... pital. of St. Edward's Altar Sonja and Sarah Biggs who
Was $399 4 in a Pkg. .,.,.,.,...." ..." ..,." ,...,.,.," 'Tr Society gave a bridal showerfor had spent the week with the
Mrs. J. R. Wainwright, Mrs. Miss Greene at the home of Andersons.Mrs. .
and friends of the
Now $299 Charles Darby and daughter, Mrs.Joe Gissy in green Acres.
late S.J. and Emma Carter Mr. and Mrs. Douglas
$550 Mrs. Lee Akridge, spent the The refreshment table was M. L. Lawson is in
have their Baldwin
Norman will annual and sons of Inverness
weekend in Winter Haven with covered with a beige linen Riverside Hospital for ob
reunion Sunday August spent the weekend with Mr.
Your
Mrs. A. I. Spencer. cloth and centered with an servation and treatment.
12, at the Lake Butler Community and Mrs. M. A. Baldwin.

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Kathy Casey and Jennifer r NEI
Low-Low-Low Price Jockel are counselors at
Stretch Complete Camp Montgomery this week. '
Crew '..'
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Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Andrewsof ''..''
Socks Outfits For School Jacksonville were recent ''
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. R. O. .3
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5 For $200 Wear ForEveryone HCh piece

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Mrs. Mike Sistrunk and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mrs. Martha Johnston and Local admittances to Sorry You Can't Find
daughter of Starkville, Miss. visited Jere of Miami this
Grider and daughters son, Mr. and Bradford County Hospital
are visiting her parents, Mr. Buddy Grider at Fernandina Mrs. Robert Bush and daughter week include: William A.
and Mrs. C. R. Scoggins for Beach Sunday.Mr. Christy, of Orlando, Mr. Browning and Joseph R.
two weeks. and Mrs. Robert Starkey and Richard, Jr., Raiford; Miss
and Mrs. Marlon Har- son, Jason, of Tampa, Mrs. Betty Faye Reams, Mrs.
Elect rington and daughters of Or- Betty Bauer of Greenville, Lillian Batten, Mrs. Betty Jo GoodUsed
Bill Chambers mond Beach, and Mr and Miss. and Charles E. Burtonof Bennett, Tracy Brown, Mrs.
Chief Of Police Mrs. W. L. Harrington and Augusta, Ga. are spending Clembertime Davis and Mrs.
daughter of Keystone Heights two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Maude McDaniel, Starke;
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Vining spent the weekend with Mr. James Barron and staying at Kenneth Leonard and DanielStinson CarInA
and family of Palatka were and Mrs. C. N. Christy. They the Graham cottage on Kings- 'Keystone Heights;
last Sunday visitors of Mrs. L. all were Sunday guests of Mr. ley Lake. Mrs. Ruth Taylor, Mrs. Rosie .-
D. Vining. Mrs. Vining will and Mrs. J. D. Seymour and Baxley and Janet Jordan,
also have as Saturday guests, sons, Douglas, of Tampa and Elect Lawtey.
Chambers
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wigginsand Harold, from Gainesville at Bill
family of Stockton, Ga. their cottage at KingsleyLake. Chief Of Police Elect

Mrs. Richard Macheda and Mrs. W. W. Hood, Jr. and Bill Chambers
daughter of Jacksonville were Elect sons, Will and Steve, of Chief Of Police
Sunday guests of Mr.and Mrs. Bill Chambers Charlotte, N. C. are spendingthis
Mr.and Mrs. Marc Jackson,
E. M. Norton. week with Mr. and Mrs.
Chief Of Police Hood, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weaver,
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Jr., Mr. and Mrs. W. T.
and Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Thomas were weekend guestsof Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Gibsonof Jackson, Jr., Bruce Scott, r. "
Brannen returned last Mrs.C.M.Fowler in Winter Merritt Island will spend Becky Jackson, Bruce
Thursday after a week in Park and celebrated Mrs. the weekend with his parents, Jackson and T. I. Mersereau
Marion and Black Mountain, Thomas' birthday. They were Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Gibson. attended the Hubbard Hard-
N.C. visiting friends and joined by Mr. and Mrs. James ware show at the Civic LIIW"a
relatives. McNeely and daughter of Elect Auditorium Sunday.Mr. .
Lakeland.Mrs. Bill Chambers
Chief Of Police and Mrs. Don Har-
Elect H. B. McLendon of denbrook were in Greenville,
Bill Chambers Orlando arrived Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Marvin S. C. last weekend visiting his
Chief Of Police for a visit with her brother and Cassell of Chevy-Chase, Md. mother, Mrs. Essie Har-
Mrs. Lonnie Futch of sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. E. are visiting their aunt, Mrs. denbrook, who is seriously ill.
Nelson Green, and family this
Gainesville\ former Starke L. Matthews, at Kingsley
Lake. week. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy
resident has the Paul
bought
were Saturday evening dinner
Newsome house at 615 W.
Elect Mrs. Ruby Hudson of guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. ---Book---
Lafayette Street and has Bill Chambers Blountsville, Ala. has spent Wilson in Jacksonville and
moved back to Starke.
Chief Of Police the past two weeks with her attended the football game.
mother, Mrs. Nelson Green,
Robbie Barksdale returned
home Wednesday for con- Mr.and Mrs.L.M. Stoner of and family. Mrs. R.P. McLendon was in You Have To Look For It.
Tampa last to
valescence after six weeks in Ocala, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Elect Wednesday
Friday visiting her sister,
the University Medical Center Landon of Lakeland and Miss
Bill Chambers
Mrs. Nell McDonnell. They
Heller of Clearwaterwere
where he has been confined Rose
Chief Of Police
visited their six nieces and
weekend of Mr.
automobile ac- guests
following an DucAt
cident. and Mrs. George W. Brown. Mr. and Mrs. P.T. Nolin, nephew from Knoxville who
Mrs. Oma Cotton and Mr. and were vacationing in Clear-
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mrs. Elsa Lyles and Mrs. Mrs. E. L. Lewelling were water.
Thomson of Monticello spent Mae Jones and grandson, fishing at ChoctawhatcheeBay Elect
the weekend with their son in Mike Jones, of Jacksonvillewere last week. They were Bill Chambers Baldwin Chevy OldsWe
law and daughter Mr. and guests at a family dinnerat Joined by Mr. and Mrs. Chief Of Police
Mrs. Brian lIamilton, and the home of Mr.and Mrs. E. Douglas Nolin and son, Ross.
brought home their grandsons L. Matthews at Kingsley Lakeon Mrs. Edward Pfeister and
Brad and Bill Hamilton Sunday celebrating the Jimmy and Joy Andrews, children and Mrs. Alicia
after a week's visit. birthday. of Mrs. B. G. Ferguson. Mike King and and Rick Gayle Hatcherof of Steffa and son have returned Can Save You Some Time And
Starke, Hough
after a month's visit with their
Mrs. W. F. Herlong had as Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Turner Miami will attend music camp mother, Mrs. Luciel Dahlmanand
visitors Mark Herlong and and three daughters were Aug. 13-18 at the West Florida family in Epworth, Iowa. Money Just Look At The 0 K
family of Jacksonville last guests of Mr. Turner's brother Baptist Assembly in Panama ,
Friday and Mr.and Mrs. R. V. in law and sister, Mr. and City. Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Herlong of Jacksonville on Mrs.L. L. Hardee in Washington Elect Sawyer and family of Used Car Buys
Sunday. D. C. from Saturday to Bill Chambers Jacksonville are spending this
Tuesday. Chief Of Police month at their cottage on
Kingsley Lake.

Miss Beverly Eggers of 1973 Olds Cutlass V Coupe 1971 Nova Coupe

Jacksonville is visiting her
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Power Steering Power Brakes Air Con- V8! Auto Radio & Heater Air Conditioning
Why Sweat Tullie Norman, this week. Radio & Heater Like New With dltlonlng.This Has Got to be the
Cleanest in Town. We Sold It
New Only
Margaret Ann Conner .Burgandy Red Paint and Black Vinyl In- 26,000 Miles
The Heat returned to her home in .rfor
Orlando Sunday after a two
weeks vacation with her $3888 $2 .95
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Barney McRae and Mr. and MBHHBBBHI

Mrs. Leon Conner. 1973 Buick Luxus Coupe 1971 Dodge Polara 4 Door

Mrs. Sybil Betts and Mrs.
Gwendolyn King and daughterof With The Opera Window P9yverSteering ? V8 Auto Trans Power Steering Power
Quincy were weekend Power Brakes. Air Conditioning Brakes Air Conditioning 48,000 Miles
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Radio & Heat. Auto Trans Smells
'' VE''I/E Moncrief at Kingsley Lake. New Inside Clean One Owner Save On This One.
,
The Moncriefs have as
visitors this week, their $3988 1688
daughter, Mrs. R. W. Un-
derill, and children of In-

diatlantic Fort Lauderdale., and Cindy Walkerof 1973 Pontiac Catilina Coupe 1973 Chevy J/2 1 Ton Pickup

All Name Brands
Mrs. Stella Tillis and son of Royal Blue Paint with White Vinyl Trim. Fully Equipped: With Air Conditioning.
Limited Tampa were weekend guestsof Almost New With Only 5,000 Miles on it V8 Auto Trans Power Steering Power
Quantities her brother and sister-in- Brakes Low Mileage Less Than 100
err law, Mr. and Mrs. Tullie Miles
First Come Norman.
$3988
First Server Mr. and Mrs. Gerald $3999
Norman and son visited Mr.
and Mrs. B. J. Eggers in
Jacksonville Sunday. 1973 Pontiac Cat. 4 Dr Sedan 1973 Chevrolet 4 Door Pickuplocal

Attending the Lawson Local One Owner Car. Has Power Steer- Brakes, Radio & Heater, Air Coning -
family reunion at the home of Power Brakes, Radio & Heater, Auto ditioning and 4 Speed Trans. Dark Green
Su Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jordan Mr.in Trans. 400 V8 and Air Conditioning. with White Top, just like a new one with

and Live Mrs.Oak Ewell Sunday Lawson were, Mr. Man needed a wagon when he bought 14,000 Miles. Local one owner, needed

On Our ; 1' and Mrs. H. A. Lawson, Mr. this Pontiac (now he has one) auto trans (and now he has an auto
and Mrs. Neil Crawford, Mr. trans)
and Mrs. David Lawson, Mr. $3788
and Mrs. Guy Dyal, Marvin 4 495
Lawson and son, Sonny, and mm
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Lawson
and their families. 1968 GMC 1/2 Ton 1972 Ford 1/2 Ton

S-Sgt. and Mrs. E. A. Long Wheel Base Long Wheel Base
Close Out On All Winkler and family of Suffolk
County Airport, West Hampton V8 Engine, with almost new tires and Power Steering, Power Brakes, Air
Beach, L. I. have been Conditioning, Radio & Heater. This is
Display Window Air ConditionersStarting visiting Mrs. Winkler, Sr. and Bucket Seats. Also a Camper Topper a
Sport Custom with two Tone Paint, and
Mrs. Julia Underhill the past (Clean little pickup)
At two weeks. only 13,000 Miles, Why pay more for
$1395 less truck Just to get a new one?

5,000 BTU ( No Thermostat) '99 daughter Mrs. Stephen left last Beckett Friday and to .4 5

ITU 115V join Capt. Beckett at Fort
5,000 11700 Knox, Ky., where they will be

$,NO ITU 115V 15900 stationed Beckett and for two daughter years.spent Mrs. 1972 Chevy Kingswood Estate 1971 Ford Torino Coupe

ITU the past three weeks with her Power Steering Brakes Air
115V Power Con-
11,300 229 parents Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Rjlly Loaded and in Perfect Shape for
Whitehead.Mr. the Road. Very Clean and Sharp ditioning Vinyl Trim Less Than 40,000
11,500 ITU 115V $258 Miles Nice.

and Mrs. Bill Powell of $1895
14,000 ITU 115 V 52740011DOO Greenville, S. C. were Sundayto $3495
Wednesday visitors of Mr.
220V 251
ITU and Mrs. Charney Williams.

11,000 ITU 220 V $242 Mr. and Mrs. Charles

McQuaig and son, David;
18,000 BTU 220V 281 Jimmy Luckie Miss GiGi

21,000 ITU 220 V $338 Farris Michael, Beth McQuaig.McQuaig all and of

Waycross, Ga., were weekend
23,000 BTU. 220 V 335 guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mack
Williams and Frank Williams.
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. Flooding Lakes Still Threaten Resident ents .

'r:' _______. __ Killed 10 Injured
P t ) "' Johnson 1
rem'" age!: 01 emergencyCivil: ; Government missioners voted: the next Coordinator: Mr.. Everett; II. Stokes and Enge
Homer Slkes, Jr. Putnam ( Defense) and a representative week to refuse any financial: Johnson Department of Com- were particularly Interested! ?
of the State Division assistance In correcting the munity Affairs Division of and spent considerable time I
state-
county commissioner of Health lo Joined Slkes high-water problemThe Emergency Government and In studying the deep excavation
ed Monday they are attemptIng and Putnam County Engineer Clay Bounty Board of Mr- Noble Enge Engineer preformed by Clay County -
with to
negotiations obstructions Clay behind Guynn Marchroan! for an onsite :Commissioners:: held a workshop Division of U.S. Army Corp In opening and rearrangingthe In Prison FightingOne
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remove the sand mine tour of F\alt.\ Moon Lake meeting this past Tuesday )f Engineer took a boat trip, outfall leading from Old!
the near and the Grandlln! and mines and when asked If they around Half Moon Lake.Tuesday Field Pond Into the ulimate
Graixttn with draglines standIng -
1 esday. discussed the deepening ol diagnosing and Half Moon Lake.
by to take action as soon analysing man was killed and months for possession of ma- rising.
A meeting of BradfordClay the outfaH ditch which con- each residence. County. Newman a spokesmanfor
as they receive word. stated they made a another 10 seriously wounded rijuana In Bradford Rex
and Putnam County commissIoners trols the flood level of Clay Sipes
Corrections
during rioting in the main unit Kudabaugh was badly burned the Florida
Tuesday a team of aoverDOr.s They found nine house damaged "most thorough study of all
was held two weeks County Lakes Homer Newell two dozen
of Florida State Prison late Division said
evalute 42
Investigators by septic
water
fluid
ago with a plea from Putnam stated "did not discuss when doused with lighter
they and causesof knives were recov-
homemade
In Northwest related problems Sunday evening.The
the high water crisis tanks affected by water and and set afire and Henry might
County for a unified effort In It. from Inmates after theprlson.s
Putnam County for pos 14 wells'also so affected by same. dead prsonerwaslden- ered
wound.
relieving the present emer- Sikes stated earlier he already lose an eye from stab
the
sible disaster relief from the water. Putnam County officials gave Moo as James Brown 26, riot squad qulted
Fortner
gency which la posing aflood- had received an opin- complete tour Prison Supt. G. S. Most of the Injured
men a serving sentence fighting.
shown Homer these an 11-year
They were by
6:50
state. Homer Slkes Jr. head- "It started about
said
Ing and sanitary program to ion from the attorney general.s Slkes Jr Putnam County encompassing the complicated -- for escape and attempted prisoners suffered multiple
ed a committee that called on Ing and sanitary problem to office about p.m. when fighting broke out
Inquiries Putnam he said.
Commissioner faclt of damage facing cape in Palm Beach and Seminole stab wounds
every confined InL'
the state and congressmen prisoners
the people of Half Moon Lake. responsibility. particularly Half Counties. among
the problem as It was presented County 'M' within the
to declare the flood area a Officials from Brafford County Lake and wings
from the outflow of Geneva Moon and the various Four of the ten were admitted -
disaster. Mr. Herman Stokes, Jr, main prison unit. There was
were not present at this racial
of "This has over-
drainageThe
Everett Johnson Division State Division of Health Hea- into the out fall connecting Old prairie problems to the University of slight disturbance In
meeting and Clay County some "
com- "It
Newman said.
lth Mobilization of health Field Pond. tour alsoencludeda"looksee" Florida Medical Center In but we had tones, appears -
adjacent wing
from Half Moon Lake to Gainesville while the other six an 8:30 to have been In relationto
the St. John's River. were taken to the Union Cor- the buildings" Fortner secured also stated by between two blacks being seriously -
"There will be several recommendations rectional Institution Hospital p.m. 150 and 300 of the 954 Injured Friday and Satur-
some imme- at Ralford for minor cuts day."
p inmates participated In the up-
diate and some far reachingas lacerations head injuries and
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QUALLSMobile this study continues'Slpesaid. stab wounds.
"The health departmentwill The Inmates seriously Injured -
have people In the area Sunday night were Iden-
making further tests relatingto Med as Harold L.Rudabaugh,
25, serving sentences for robbery -
and tank
water septic
HomesInc. problems," he added. aggravated assault and
x "Mr. Johnson Is giving con- escape from Jackson Collier !
siderable thought the possibility and Bradford counties; James morgasbord
of relieving Half Moon Dupree Henry 23, serving
Lake in part by pumping ofl.. time for assault and auto theft;
John Francis Messer 22, ser-
H tVy. 1002 Miles\ East into some the of the near,surplus by prairie water," ving consecutive life sen- "ALL YOU CARE TO EAT"
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Ph.4732120 Of Hts. victions; Carl Lewis Mann
Keystone The Corp of Engineers are 21, serving a seven-year sen- BANQUET FACILITIES
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MHParkQK. Romer Runs. -------- ----
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DirectorFn( upon wtucn ne would assume (From Page 1)) ,- > ..._ ...___.. ...__ ._..__ L_ ._
om Page 1))
office if elected to the office lr rom Page 1)) ) Councilmen seemed about : '
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until the end a good job and felt that
The county commission! to The Telegraph that he to which he seeks to qualify chance to inquire ready to veto the decision, but
pointed out to Hardy that it throught his requested Oct. the expiration date of the of the meeting. "When I asked at TerwUlegar Motors and the Zoning( Board Insisted that Chairman Neil Tucker said the Council should back them I IGOSPEL
would be unfair to others 1 resignation date apparently term of the office which he them about my hearing, they owner of several washaterias his application for zoning up.
seeking the CD Job to accede complies, with the resign to presently holds or the gen- all laughed and said I was at in Starke. is making his sec change called for "a mobile -
to Hardy's request for run law,'which states In part: eral election day at which the wrong place," he said. ond try for the police chief's home" and not "a mobile
the, Oct. 1 resignation date. "Said resignation shall be effective his successor Is elected, "The Zoning Board should Job. Bowen was elected to the home park."
Hardy pointed out Tuesday not later than the date whichever occurs earliest" have notified me about the group 4 council post in 1969, Mrs. Thomas said the
change in location of the defeating incumbent Gerald
original plan was to place a
meeting," Davidson said. Williams 935 to 542. lie gave number of the mobile homes
In the meanwhile, "back at up the post in 1971 to run for down the north boundary of SING
the country club" the Zoning the chief's Job and came the Jo-Lu property, extending
Board approved Davidson'sapplication in third with 267 votes behind to the highway, which would
THE BEST SOLUTIONTO which the Fuqua who won with 760 have made each succeeding
member,beieved" to be for"a votes and Rosser with 627 "trailer" extend even furtherin Featuring - -
mobile home. votes. front of her .house, due to
Davidson said that he was
the angle of the line.
property TheGospel
MOST MONEY subsequently notified by In the other
posts that will This plot plan was sub-
telephone that his applicationhad be voted on in the elctions sequently changed to place ServantsOf
been which he
approved Charles Hardy last week qua- the units farther back on the
PROBLEMSIS assumed to be for a mobile llfed to run for city; clerk. lot, she said.
home On the of JacksonvillePlus
park. strength He is
challenging Incumbent Mrs.Thomas said that while
this he went to the City Hall
Merrill
Edwards. she was not happy with the
and was issued permits for the City Councilman VernonSll- situation,she was not there to
A GUARANTY FEDERAL and necessary water electrical connections, sewer for a, cox is running unopposed for protest the Monday night
decision of the
re-election to his Group 4 Zoning Board,
mobile home park. but to try and find out where TheHarmony
He said that no were Councilman
steps
Jimmy McRaequalified the chain of communicationsbroke
PASSBOOK ACCOUNT taken to for stop a his 20-unit preliminarywork mobile last week to run down and try to Four
like that
for prevent anything
re-election his Group
home park until after Mrs.
2 post. He as yet has no op- from happening to someone OfMaxville
Thomas made a complaint else in the future.
position.
YIELDING after which electrical servicewas
Clerk Merrill Edwards said
.
cut off from the outlets
that he issued permits for the
that had been installed for the e mobile home park utilities but
units. He said that he had It'* tort of. a milestone did so only after he was told WhereGraham
complied in good faith with all when you realize you are old. over the phone by someonehe BaptistChurch
5 % and had done er than
9 regulations Major League base- ( did not identify who) that
** PER ANNUM "everything they told me to ball players. The next one the had
do." comes when 'you are older been approve
WHEN EARNINGS ARE LEFT TO The area under discussionon than the managers. Since the Council must give
301 South is now zoned final approval to actions of the Located - -
COMPOUND*'' DAILY AT THE RATE commercial, but the Zoning Zoning Board one or two
OF
Board recently decided that a On SR18 GrahamTime
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created for mobile home
5 2 % parks. Mrs. Thomas' ONLY THE VERY RICH - .
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DATE Of DEPOSIT' TO DATE OF WITHDRAWAL' Davidson said that as a CAN AFFORD CHEAP
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spaces,and would be cut to 12 AIR CONDITIONINGQuality
instead of the 20 originally Fri. Aug. 17thYou're
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from Zurney Mack Ford to
locate a mobile home at 391 CONDITIONING
GUARANTY FEDERAL SAVINGS & Davis Street, directly west of
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Smith Lake Dredge Case 'nlRw !,f I New Asked Students To Register Co. Zoning- Director Appointed

L.M. Gaines, chairman of said Gaines' was the only Wesley, a former police of-
FTIIKNot j Before School Starts the City Zoning Board, has application received. ficial of Washington, DC'i
Set For Aug. 31 HearingThe !i| All new students in Brad- I announced his resignation appeared to file a
ford County who will be en- effective October 1., when he The full-time administratorpost written application for the
will become In listing his
Florida Department of wildlife), is located near SR I' tering grades kindergarten the administrator of was created when County new job. Wesley said he
County Zoning Board, the qualifications
Gene Long
Tax Assessor
Pollution Control will conducta 214 five miles northeast of through five should register
public hearing In Jacksonville Keystone. I I for the coming school term new $9,000 position providedby announced his resignation as had more than ten years
THE LAW the County Commission in administrator effective experience in zoning mattersin
at 10:30 II before August 24. part-time
: a.m. Friday. i on or
William
its 1972-74 County
Prince
budget. state
Aug. 31, Involving a dredgeand Following testimony on August I I The student should be registered October 1. A new last lie is a native or
the Virginia.
examiner law at
fill case against a land 31, the hearing i at the school which passed
and is in
now living
will rule on all procedural where he Gaines recieved legislative session raising Alabama
developer on Smith Lake near I is in the district unanimous .
Keystone Heights. ; lives. endorsement for the new postat county officials' salaries, Hampton.The
matters relating to the hear- byFrHnkWilliumsRepresentative II| A special effort should be the County Zoning Board'smeeting prohibits them from receivingpay Commission acceptedthe without
other than application
The hearing was originallyset ing and will submit to the : made to register all kindergarten on July 31. The for any work their elective'offices.
for August 3, but post- Florida Pollution Control I students on or before recommendation was approved that entailed by comment.
served
.
had asadmlnist.rator
poned. Board recommendations fin :' August 10. by the County Com- Long board .
Richard Halpern of Lido Industries dings of fact, and a proposed District 25 .I First day for students of the mission early in its August 6 since. the Members of Congress get
with headquarters order. The Board will make ... I 1973-74 school term is Au- meeting, after being was organized.Later free combs and brushes. That'sa
Fort Lauderdale, requestedthe the final determination in the 'r*Ii Y i iIn I I gust 27, with Labor Day the presented by Zoning Board in Monday's Commission real fringe benefit,for those
hearing after the firm matter. iI' first holiday. member E. W. Hodges, who meeting, Henry H. who have any fringe.
was cited in early May for All persons desiring to be I
violations of state water qua- heard on August 31 will be In this week's column we connection with this the -
lity standards and DPC certification given an opportunity ofth do so. will focus on the revision of State also initiated an act
regulations.The A complete copy Lido'sfile the law controlling juvenilecases. which provides for State
allegedly occurred in the case is availablefor operated regionally administered

violations at Lido's Dig Smith Tree Department public Inspection of Pollution at Control the- Effective July 1,1974, "a children.detention servicesfor Florida National Banks

Lakes development on where Montgomery Bldg.,2562 child" will be any married or Under the terms of this act,
Lake in Clay County Executive Center Circle Eastin unmarried person under the the Division of Youth Serviceswas
turbid waters from the pro- Tallahassee. age of eighteen years, rather authorized to assume
ject were discharged into the than the present age of seven- responsibility for juvenile
lake according to the DPC teen years... detention facilities throughoutthe
charges. 1he Otd1V/nUt. State of Florida. Under are famous for lending.How
The May citation ordered I The act provides additional this plan 19 separate areas .
Halpern to halt the dischargesuntil ) safeguards for children who will be established throughoutthe
'j
a dredge and fill permitwas enter the Criminal Justice State. Within each of these
obtained from DPC. It = system. Specifically, the act, areas,the Division is requiredto
also ordered him to close effective January 1, 1974, pre- develop a secure detention
connections from upland canals vents a judge from directingthe facility and a home detention about checking
to Smith Lake, and to restore delivery of a child to a jailor program. The Division is
the lake's waters to tt' required to complete the
their original condition. ; other facility used for the implementation of this act by
Smith Lake designated as "One sure way to gel more detention of adults, except in December 31, 1973. This act
Class m state waters (tor for your money than you expect cases where the court determines became effective July 1, 1973. with
too.
recreation and propagationand I ito Bland on a penny upon the recommen- us
management of fish and cale." dation of the superintendent of In next week's column we ,
"
the detention home and an will focus on the statewide "" '. ,..i..
intake officer that the child is grand jury act. For any fur- ..
Florida
Fairway Mobile Home beyond the control of the ther information contact National, :
Representative Frank FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE Banks: of. :;
Repair Center Williams, P. O. Box 1063, Floridaf .
detention home staff or if the
; .Starke, Florida 32091 Jefferson at Clark Street Telephone: 964-7050
jurisdiction of the matter as a
OFFERS Juvenile case has been waived telephone: 9647202.
pursuant to Section 39.02 ((6) .
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More Jukes, $5.1 Million School Budget. .

Delegation AssuredA (From Page 1)) salaries including the $15,225 Southside ElementaryTotal -
salary of the adult. education of $314,232 including
the following amounts are director. $151,725 for 17 regular
delegation from Reno, headed by Mrs. Maurice budgeted to each school and to Vocational Education- Totalof teachers, $31,185 tor three
Williams, was assured by the City Zoning Board Monday #k rhf general and operational ad- $18,942, including $12,819 kindergarten teachers, $17,215for
night that no further businesses will be operated In a t ministration: which is 60 per cent of the two special education
residential area of Oak Street without a hearing before the General administration- salary of Administrator teachers, $15,435 for a principal -
Zoning Board. total of $606,935, including Director Ted Oglesby; the $14,490 for a curriculum
$272,804 for employee benefits other 40 per cent of Oglesby's assistant, $10,185 for a
Mrs. Williams said "we have been plagued for five (retirement, social security, $16,485 salary is paid by Union librarian; physical education
years" by Incidents at the place of business formerly and workman's com- County. instructor$7,455,music $8,715,
operated by Johnny' Perkins, which they felt disrupted pensation). Another $90,000 is Bradford-Union Vocational guidance$8,505,plus $9,469 for
the peace of the neighborhood and endangered the lives budgeted for fuel and power Technical CenterTotal of supplies and equipment.
of persons living In the area.L. bills, $59,000 is budgeted to $295,825, including $176,185 for Starke Elementary.Total of
repay the state for a previous 19 teachers, $8,925 for one $361,808, including 19 regular

M. Gaines, chairman of the City Zoning Board, over-payment of MFP funds, regular teacher, $17,220 for teachers $184,890, three
told Mrs. Williams that since Perkins' license had recently 1 $30,000 goes to repay a local two occupational) specialists, kindergarten teachers $27,085,
bank loan, and the for $10,395 for a librarian, $15,960
been revoked, the property would automaticallyrevert .J. reserve three special education instructors -
contingencies of about for center director,'
to residential, since the area Is now zoned that f $75,000is a $14,595 $31,815, principal
included in the general for an assistant director, $15,435, curriculum assistant
way. At Its meeting Tuesday night the Council confirmedthis e
1 administrative budget. $10,395 for a guidance coun- $14,490, librarian $11,445,
agreeing with the Zoning Board that a hearing wouldbe
The GA budget also includesthe selor. education
a aj physical instructor
required before other business would be allowedto
any- salary of upt. Temple Brooker ElementaryTotal $7,560, music teacher $10,395,
operate In the area. which is now set by state law of$92,500,including$45,570 for guidance counselor$8,400, and
at$19,375 an increase of about five teachers, $7,350 for a $10,336 for supplies and
Gaines explained that the Perkins place and a barber
$1,000 over the $1,324\ former kindergarten teacher, $14,805for equipment at $17 per pupil.
next door had been "grandfathered In"since they were
shop Supt. Tom Casey drew last the principal's saary.. Bradford High School- Total
Into
In operation before the city zoning ordinance went
Hampton Elementary- of
year. $662,915, including 32
effect. Both places are now closed. Total of $114,554, including regular teachers at $274,980,
Operational Administration $53,760 for six teachers, $8,400 two special.education
* Total of for teacher
$114,325, a kindergarten teachers $15,750 principal
Sludgepamp Dally events get so curious of which the largest portion $8,500 for a special education $17,850, curriculum assistant
Congressman $51,000, is budgeted for In- teacher, $14,805 for a prin- $13,335, administrative
thunders that he may be outperformed that any day we can expect lllaF ..a
but he has never happening to be described at tJ';::: structional salaries in the cipal, $10,395 for a librarian to assistant $14,805, dean of

been outpromised. "routinely bizarre." ..Civic Action Programs are a part of the 20th Special Forces program while undergoing two summer program. Another be shared with Brooker students $9,975, two guidance
weeks of annual summer training at Blanding. This sturdy picnic table was built by the unit $32,050 is budgeted for ad- Elementary. counselors $18,375, director
with lumber donated by local building supply firms. ministrative salaries, Including Lawtey ElementaryTotal pupil personnel services
the $18,900 salary of of $165,867 for nine teachers, $15,015, two librarians $17,010,
1 ..Pictured with the Guardsmen are several members of the Girl Scout Pixie group enjoying an Deputy Supt.W. L. Kilpatrick. $17,430 for two kindergarten attendance officer $7,455,
outing at Girl Scout Camp Neyati on Kingsley Lake, and two of their adult leaders Faye Business ManagementTotal teachers, $10,395 for a special occupational specialist I
Wilkison and Harriet Johns. Len Eaves' is the boy mascot. of $43,085, including education teacher, $15,120 fora $9,345, 14 vocational teaching
DRESS FACTORY $40,495 for salaries of Business principal, $9,975 for a units $121,270, supplements
Manager Eddie Douglas, librarian, $7,665 for a physical totaling $28,000, secretariesand
Maryland $10,710; an accountant I, education instructor. clerks $18,400,
$8,610; accountant II, $8.400;
payroll officer, $8,400.
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qJ1.Ii Total of $52,950, including a GAINESVILLE
$16,485 salary to Director
Richard Jockel, $9,345 for a
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Saturday, August 11th talion, 20th Special Forces, ..,. .(', Exceptional Child
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Total of the
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are
7:30: A. M. Till Noon Only two week annual training at J. $10,185 salary of a county-wide

Camp Blanding This year. .j.',(" *'. ;1/t'I1t ,t' speech therapist. BRASINGTON Johnson Faro, Inc.
.- Personnel Services
Pupil CADILLAC OLDSMOBILE SEEDS PLANTS"' -
The exercisers organized to '1i. Curriculum and Instruction-
SALES & SERVICE 'Insecticides Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS
Total of $16,335, including the
resemble an actual Special Fin selection of Used Cart
Forces mission, and includes $12,915 salary of a We Rent
Tok.n On Cadillac Trod.. Fertiliser Spreaders
Macclenny I C.M.T. Factory psychologist and $2,500 for
unconventional warfare .
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teacher 2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378-5301 N.W. 6th Ph. 378-0476
register books plan
operations to be conducted on 1-
the reservation's books, and testing supplies.
coun- BEAUTY
open ACADEMY
Barber ..,, GLASS
30 Rd try. The mission involves infiltrating \ Learning Resource Center,
several 12-man "A" ".,,"'" Curriculum and Instruction- POWELL'S
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teams at night by parachutedrop .'. Total of $31,790. C&I Director LIDDELL
Off Hy way 121 into the ooerational area. Jockel is currently working on Beauty Academy
Other members of the unit are a federal project to purchase a Gla* Company
acting as civilian fighters larger film library, an item Learn a Profession In Your

(guerillas), teachers have pushed hardin Spore Tim. Full or Part "Clot For Ev.ry Purpo.."
recent budget; meetings. Tim. Store Fronts Mirrors
The "A" teams will link up Staff Development- Total of 219 .N.W.. 10 ,h. 378.2766 .
Tub Enclosures Show.
with the $15,640 for and
guerillas and help programs
Macclenny, Fla. them organize and carry out \ courses designed to improve Furnitures Tops Class
an effective plan of action skills of principals and ad- Replaced

ministrators.School Food ServiceTotal ELECTRICMotor "NEW' LOCATION..
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UT..ua of$7,806 including 60 centor Repair 1228 So. Main Gainesville
&< c*>cVA. gigantic warehouseSUmmerT .Capt. Robert Huhl exits a C7A Caribou aircraft during a $5,796 of the salary per of a Co.
recent parachute drop over Camp Blanding. Tactical 3724191 372.1102
STARKE. FLA. dietician with the other 40 per Of Gainesville. Inc.
parachute drops are only one phase of the training conducted cent coming from Union Repairing Rewinding)
clearance by the 20th SI't'clalt'orct'I. Army National Guard. County. .New. And Uted PICTURE FRAMES'' +"1

against the "enemy," com trained in Panama, Utah, and Maintenance Operations 2816 .N.W.. 6th Ph. 372-8318 Creative'Custom
posed by still other members Alaska. (including transportationTotal )- Framing ;
SEF of the unit, acting as the active of $335,875, including MOVERS With
i 9 p salaries of nine maintenance
aggressors. The 5th Special Forces Long Distance A ,
Battalion Hdqrs., Co. A and personnel totaling $63,415 Moving Penenol "
The summer training at Co. B, are located in Towson $25,950 for supplies $82,000 Storage Packing
GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY FULLSSERVICE Blanding provides these men Md. and commanded by Lt. building improvements and Crating Shipping Teuch

; with a unique; opportunity! to Col.\ J. J. Eckhart. Co. C is located equipment, $97,050 in bus Free Estimates Call Oval Mat Prints Originals
become proficient in this semi in Providence, R. 1. and driver and mechanics Wildlife' Drawing Etching
tropical climate and terrain,: is commanded by Maj. Robert salaries, $3 .5oo for gas, oil,
In past years the unit has Dolan. lube, etc. A total of $148.710 is 372.4366 373-4610
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up t* t 2000 LIBERAL TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE Hi <'tilurloir 1030 E. University Avenue

For Your Old Refrigerator. Trade-In If' / Gainesville Florida
A.Low I- I
Old and .
M5995With Mull b Las 1 Yeas
A...... Trade In Acceptable Working: Condition.Hcrtfucrlrx Phone 378.1591 LYNN HAMILTON I

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RANGES 55 HP W Fabu las Trailer
: r Johnson $1495

10" APARTMENT SIZE s 120 IIP Mercury Cruiser 17' Larson Trailer $1795
J
ELECTRIC RANGE
1 (Left) 160 HP Mercury' Cruiser 19' Larson Cruiser Tandem
e Apartment tlie only 2O"
e White, A.ococla.Hor. Axle Trailer- $3495No
0 .No. ......'..Gold for color /',,/,,


$14995 WITH TRAM LESS 1601111111i r rWITH aadobba Merchant -1'0

30" DELUXE
;i ELECTRIC RANGE (Right) J \ I / ,., Ts'0p o \O\o Auto Sal.s ab w

Oven liming I AUTO clock OVEN a) Whit. Cops..'. ... mestef tdlarge 1636 S. E E.: 3rd Ave. 100 .
i =-
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unit contrail Harvest OoM yRj

$ 199 95 WITH EVEN TEAR.I$5 LESS 17 H \ 378-2459

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8 TELEGRAPH August 9



1973-74 Bradford Comity; School Budget




ESTIMATED REVENUE


KM The "_L fAa (MUMUM JULY 1, l.7t MO CHMNO JUNI ML 1IT4 OmYN C..t 04
-
-e--
FUND DISTRIBUTION

ACroVNTIffUSection .- NOTICE OF AD VALOREM TAX LEVY
CAUALIYMINYNINr LrfMl DPIUX.R M Public
SAL Hearing
- -- OMI'nNU' -
4 Eftlm.t.d' Rw+niMPEMRAL
SOURCESMnMHnM FOR DEBT SERVICE ONLY

|mt .Utwt o .o.
J... O Ml*f ,IM4(Tit* I .>rt..tkM M d VMM Cj I ruSUA TO THE KWVIS.OH OF SECTION 237.12 flORIDA STATUTES 1971.

MYN.Ia M.wrWY .p. 'D' Hotlc. I It hereby glued th.t on tho 14th d.yof AUGUST 1973 .
.J.j h.l V.al,.a/INw11Wl., all,.,_ NOTICE IS HMEir GIVEN THAT A PUBLIC HEARING SHALL BE HELD BY THE -

Ht..Sltut -: It 8 _.n In the city of STARKf In tINt county of BRADFORD .
4 I Ptt*** L*.....,[.*. Ki..H "AcPttMk <..naln, 8- 91 SCHOOL BOARD OF BRADFORD COUNTY. FLMIM. ON TUESDAY. AUGUST 14. 1973. -SCHOOL
...., ..... .......''''-..4na lr./Y/Y N.An tINt BOARD Intends to levy upon the asseaM ..iwnt roll of tn* year 1973
,, ...... "...... toft*.* AT THE HOW OF 7:00 '.11. IN THE SCHOOL BOARD OFFICES AT STAHKE FLORIDA. -
.
NH LIeY/I.Y+11MrgIRCy Sen A.. V Act r ,S I tales for tINt flicil year btglnnlng on th* flrtt d.y of Jill Y 1973t
TJ ..*. ; 1 FOR THE PURPOSE OF DISCUSSING HITH THE CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY THE -

.t tINt r.u of .6O-.9.r SI ,000 vduttton. C.rtlftcotlon/ hit been nd.
Off. !***w-p. p. PROPOSED SCHOOL BUDGET OF SAID COUNTY FOR THE FISCAL YEAR BEGINNING
r_. A- by tINt Assessor of th* County of BRADFORD that I raw rate of t .548
oNnLwaAr.W//I.YII. p p D JULY 1. 1I73.nd ENDING JUNE 30. 1974. -

!t1 .o.c + :T : : u ; per 11,000 valuation .111< yield( the tin mount"" of tom revenue
during tINt current year The following financial! tunn.ry Is provided forII
rorALnamuroaaalrl. 1 a -D I 81,631.00 1 81,671.00 '
I ,0- R. ooi Tar Ch.trNn
InfonMtlon of all pertont concerned:


3.
3218.613.00 per lntond.nt
STATE SOURCU 3,218,613.00
..-..rwr,-n..A "". . Current Iroppse0r.wlNenwh
111 ....... Fiscal Year Nest Year
73.491 .52 71,191.52
PROPOSED BUDGET 19731974SCHOOL
.. -. .. :. . 0 l!_ DEBT SERVICE
; -59.9
P r'NNrY nnYWllla.w: : W Aw. :_._ : : : : : : 'Sq-- BOARD OF BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA Total Budgeted Requlremntt 38549.62 837.760.5

r.- . . }7L32,921.59
' Budgeted Ad Vtloren. T.. '< .M_ per $1.000 ... 30983.00.!

. 190,722.41 223,250,00
::j a./aT- :=. : : : : : : : : 34,800. 11 Budgeted Ad Vtloren Ti. 't .6D per tl.OOO 33335.00


=:.::::r?.._ : : : : : : : ppp '_7,8446440 9.000.00 u_ Budgeted Other Revenues JJ.566.L: 51,175.52.

h.-._ . .

; aw.IwIYxIwwr 000 DO 13,800.00 SCHOOL. BOARD Of BBAOFORD COUNTY
. 13 7.
:":::=:;:.,."' ... : : : : : : : : : : 0. n (GorernfngAutAOrltyS"-; )

$af14Am1 Ad . . . 41 0 a ...
" '"'''''''' ''''S''IN'#''''''' By4S" School Board Chairman
I Voc. Inprov. Fund(.. Ed. 0 ) ------ --
.rter >w 1 ,52 a 0. 0 s 3,750,219.22 ((Hang +nd Tlt'ltl, "
J! TOTAL tTATt PUNM. . . . . . .3.344.852.59 1250,214.11 .



Summary Of



tUNIHHSTKIHUTIONMTIH'NTTITl.r =- TAX LEVIES, RECAPITULATION NOTICE OF AD VALOREM TAX LEVY :

i

IwLAIl Nf Illar II.Y.F TAflTAI IMPMIAIMIN1 J(1)f).rN WH IK-KIM.*AM .IIUI AND CERTIFICATION '
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v...._.Lam S -0 S 891, a B 1 J ,.. L.._Oft NanEumul, --" !ISIBJCT! TAX IFVomit" S_ i iw.pw'Y
P L.asluw4.rhNan.. Act 'lnluNI''' hw VNFI.. u..' tanet for the fiscal l year beginning on tINt first day of JULY .192L
.. i a. .o.t...?nl, 57,239,137 ,I.I, Op ..... 'IE.'r'NB6m/U. 1
PL 11-4IS. MM****** UmtatMHiiiMttt TtM H. Act 1L( ( ,QiIUI
I 'L IN I"a. m,, ...,",,.. ,..,ui.," 48.951,846 C."i.ul. 'Imwowmnl"IB4BI" Pj.t III, -..< I at the rat of lO..I1.-Per!! $1,000 valuation. Certification hat been made I
:0:1 .0 l- .
1 Ol wu.i Awn, w.Id...._ .w .un'I. .....,."" f(11001, 1.244,477 TOTAL MltlSON' H "
PL L WV11.lift-Ill.:/HirtJtMihiift V. iiiwi.l HtlwMiuiMn AtHtrDAIP ::0: NON [ PROPERTY _- Ifl.fl :;; IO.OLIcl by the Assessor of the County of.RADFORD. !\ that a ru rat* of $9JiM_ I

., ... Sioh. Fund, P. II ..
n Dmrict WHI litlg M1 l n il ..406.Q06-
INILrNLv..aA.N.r.r1AtNY'aII' per $1,000 valuation Mill yield th. tame amount"" of tax revenue at that levle* I
.........,.. .......... ';'o..tCi--ri2--; ; : ;
.0- Svciion Recjpilulation' of Annual School' 8u -'lorK''"".. I
.... ..... .. .
rUIHMll hMl LUNthMttKlllW AIP ___- __ Jurlng the current year Th. following ft..nct.1.ry Is provided for I
In.tin-...-.a'. b: AMOUNT AVAILABLE TfOTAL APPROPRIATIONS'
I'' ... LW Mv.nr O x PARTSOF BUDGET
.'" 'AR LEVIESPOTMERlKiuHLt' ] AND KC&CRVESI nformatlon of all persons concerned:
U 1140 NiltMi. .l I nnrri I I..w I" .III, 'Ill' j I '3I' _
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I 000.nln. S/3AZ7;,00 .510t19Q94,051,191.29
I -- -
Onr IWNANnn11p.YYI, D.DSnv. 31 : A20.694.2X5..D29.1J
j -- Curr.nt
kt'm"'e.'B'. '' --Cl.. .. .ZIl.JZ.1.6J xetpMear
4ZD..JZJ.U..
1 -M&L10wLlllgfary.S+Lyc ; FII/
  • _--- a Iv PralYn .w _ .? 94,871.D8, 94.811.08sun

    .511,14Qp,1.iy46.60@.1 ._ ..m.zu..nIn..Y.
    ......? -- I Total Budgeted Requirements t4.765.t83.00 tS.OO.7Z8.00
    .II..L..Ln..nl..H..nll'. I 1 159.00 25 d10 00 1 A91 50 133 816.50 rran0oanlM ..... 120.987.50 120.9B7.50mDo _
    ---;;;; ,..... --;;;-.-;.- ----- -.- +. Budgeted Ad Valorem Tan _10.00: per $1,000 516.394.00

    LOCAL!SOURCES i...n C..IY. In.Da.Rnl' ..;. -- -- -- -
    '.... -- ---- ---- Budgeted Ad Valoren Ta> 't1.Q.OQ. per tl.OOO 5/3.712.00
    ....
    .'0"c.--p--- xw ___ __ ___ -
    .IInI.a'I.. B 10 mutt A 7 00 _-_ __ ___ .50t
    Iaunla.Y, +'... .. ... r L_ '0'" "!'''' 5 7. __ __IZO.987 120.48L5D Budgeted Other Revenuet S4.249.466.1L.!! $H.468.956.

    IlnllnNY. ND+.rM 333500 II 'O"L BuDGET 107.011 ., .!.6 !.t2 1 .OO.1.u..n '
    ..,.,... p .
    ,IWIIHMlnhl .
    *. llMUlikn. *........IIMnUnMIUHIIAL _0- BRADFORD COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
    I.... (Govetn9 Authority' ]
    INr, .. .I.a, .'..h.. ,

    .n._ By'/ 1 r9't SChool. Bard CMlrlw. .
    "' -
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    Lt. Al Mil. HCIS. 543,172.00 33,335 00 I S _.. _.0. _k .0- I 577.1D7.00 1 ,,,,,."' ,,""' ,,,,,,-..,,,,....,," ,...,,_,..

    NON ,,"NUIE' EIPTSMIr
    at ...ht..rii.vnvMl .1 .0. .0. .,
    N til H..*4tI. . T .__ .0.
    ,I..... ''' ''' oIl: '.

    HITAI aIm Ml VI, Nl>l Ml"III... .iI, !.. .= 1r
    i

    FUND DISTRIBtmOf4ACCOVwTTII4
    TOTAL

    OLIAnMO. OIeT11IY7 CA/nAL ORadWO1T CrA1n ACT1DIIWIAYCII

    171 Iii 1 1

    AUXILIARY IUVII'U

    Part I : OPERATIONS MOTr..Ya k..1 . . . . 146 110.00 .0- 148 710.00 I

    rww- . . . . . -
    .
    -
    --- -
    0'0

    II" 'UtlHKlltlll'" .......- . . 0 .0.
    /rw..- . .
    AITWiNTHTLPME TotAl.
    --- -
    1
    ,IuVIVmAr awwllnneen' ......,,.. ........ s i 0 291109.
    ( lJM. T .-',- + .; -!., --./ --- C1IAGUwurulvlrn
    1=:;_ . s 200.00 1 '0'

    MITT 4Nt" ES FROM OTHER MSTHITTt AND ACEN1IUIrMt t 6a..A 1.. A..rw Tr CrY.Iw . .
    .0- . .
    ........ YMM 1.1..1. .
    ? I ___ .0- __ "0-__
    ............ ISY. 1 rear aWNC.nrY YL.1._4rm1 . .
    - [ -,....'-' . -
    ll TOTALnXCPCHAItUUTOTAL . 310178.000- 0- 310
    _ 1111(1.IVlnSa/s, 0 .0. I .0. 395.
    CUmRiWT IXTINSU(DAY SCHOOU) .

    I CDlUlIIMYY BUV1CU. N0//1R00AM IOIOOU

    _ n/41/ma.nouYlAVY, 1/,019 187 59 4 283,519.117 98.491.? .' _B7.S2 8.50" ./85.>02.72 ::0: 0 0- ::0: ::0:

    _. . .
    c ...__ xJ
    I I'N'DM''Y''NSFERS' '' I 24722.50 II 1' 96265.00 .0. I' 120.987.50 I .
    I"iwMlliirr.liii. .l.iMt.4R 111r'MtfNt j.
    IIMILe.r' '._ . .,0.. AOL_ 1m.utal.uenANOrlomPea.AY . I -0. t -0- -0- ,
    'i ,:c .... '...___ L/. ...0.L. -_ __
    -..V4 MntlMM. (*Wtrftl . .0. ..!Ia.--_ TOTALCuaaurT.-IIALLICIIOOU'/ 11.821.95.50 4.000.000 86.096.59 3.912.051.09 ,1/
    .
    l.liNMl wiavTIlTAI
    e -
    INIfMIHt.. Id*Nil IMS I jl,1 L ''u CAPITALOUY1.AY
    i.J I' -0- I 24.722. T 96.265.00 O- 120987.50 .... s 25000.00 -0- 25000.00

    . .
    x1 +mr.wAr.35 .- .
    I-... . -
    .'f... mr.unnanuav/n11.xolmAnulml. t 1 3DB.30 1 1 194.156.52 ''I' jjJL, onrw..u..we..L.. .

    arllNlEAT. "GINNING YEAR I i-11Na-a 48 1 .80 -0t 44 11Lra
    1
    ir..wwr .

    .". I.. I ,In.I .707.7D _2._ .!? .12 223y561,11 j I1 t4.2.58 517 345.51 I> ...._...... . -
    ,. M LIY.IYm N...- .
    f a 1
    I
    6il ai.a
    __ 1oAUnaunumv/aaanA_ .rles AnOeLAa. IS II054i9129= 551,029.7320:723.63 ___-C)471.08_ 5..p.715.7J! a 7 A.Yrvwa IOTA[ =.:::::--. 00 f ac

    DUTlU\lIC& l9 143 34 ....2Z.M.w .

    .r t)71e11.' .
    A.NIr..Yw IVY e..Y .
    ,ltw.21/lelI... . . . ,
    11 ,IMnY.81.a1 . .

    OaYlm . . . .


    TOTAL0/ITNaWI(. .n . . . . . 303.931.54
    'IHRIHlTIU'I 303.911.56.C ..

    INTT/n1" --1 T TI'tAI. .

    _ .Nnnn 1Y.In... ra.YII / .
    T 111 111 I 1

    : FUND DISTRIBUTION

    SOl 10,,", f .or.lliAIlllbl" ) ARUVM/1T1A' 101ALADMINISTIANWI

    D.m 4.. CaNr l.."'..' r.raa_
    'In ul In rl /a

    '4 ..._. ......_.._.. ".175.DO._. 1 91 42.50 1 -0- t 1 .

    UIImAIICu10011IUI DYTRi(1I ....D."a" 0 1 1T..wIRr
    ---f' ..._...'..... . 1 I -0-
    I :0-. I
    /V.w.lyd... I.j -
    .1 ... ....._. 1
    ---j ? a 1VT'YNIRARII. . . / i D 1 0 )

    -.t.J .. .... . . a 108.662.513 1 a / a 1019714 x410 M/.1f +
    TI"Al oI .n. TOTAL AwauAlaoNl ? . 1119N.f0 94e7t.0e ..n,...,...

    l"dTRUC"0 1 8 /
    S _....__.. r1.n 1 45 276.00 h4.' .if ILL . . . . O 0 0 1 0-
    rar.r -.... 195.910.DO .._-_ . . . . . .
    _... Tr..nYYa..N ..___ . . . . .
    IFM. L.MNr aw, ficrM maw Tart . . . . -
    + _....v..._.. _" ._ha.w . . . . . . . .
    ""RI ..,.........".....mllt 1 .........-... . . . . . 1 R 1 1 1
    MI.Y.0. .Q- -0. j,,, .
    1..al"M L.wl h.w.101Y.Y1 1VT.-... .. 1 1 74j94 1 410.IILBO / 94.07100 I

    V.1.. .N rauK fMa AM. N mrrr ....
    .
    ,..._. .....-AY pVIALYY.Y
    W 1.1. L W L'ImYw...YIW.saw _rOe0ewII

    t +wrl -hl.l.rwraN.YAla
    ,=-.,' N..r.. _.-...... . . . . . . . II
    Lu.WN11. . :. :. . 7I

    I . I 1aeaAnN)1101
    n1TIi'M1a'Trw PLANT trwrarl Ilrrp . . . . . . 0-
    . . 1 139 520.00 t 0 U' 520.00.

    rv c.._...._. . . . . -
    11 OM Len.1 . . . a1TmL01alcm

    ..PUIfT . . 241 810.00 -0- .7870.00"
    ..
    .IIVTW..AllCE PLANT
    r-1 . . I / .- 7471S00_ ,j ,,
    L Y.Y.w_ _/ar_ . . . . . 111 "..2' 244 OeI.L7 ...14.7'.0 147.12.2' pi
    .
    -
    .
    -..- ....... 1 1420123.63 194 '"
    II Ioru r......- T.ANr.u elroaALA.1a" N. '''.01 'S 121 tlf.1T nlOIAL
    "..............qe.1L1ae 129050.00 -0- f -0- ..00Page







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    ,.,.,.,.,.,.,0/0,.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:>;:.:.:::::
    Funds Still Needed Arley McRae Standard Hardest Hit P.S. ColsonIs :;::;;:;:;::: :::;;::: ;::;;o::::;:::::::::;::::::::: ::::::: :::::::::::: Starke FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH



    Will Receive Honored OBITUARIES
    For Band Uniforms Opportunities for Service

    Master's DegreeArley In Gasoline ShortageA Sunday--Sunday School

    Money Is still being raised and red Bradford High School "- In El Paso ffi::1 1:1j1:1:1:1:1j1:1:1:1j1: :::: :: : 1 1j1j1jm j1j1Hj1 1j1j1j1j11 11j1jmj1:: 9:45: Morning Worship at 11

    for the new tailor-made black band uniforms. Wayne McRae of : o'clock sermon: "What Is
    { -- .. .. Starke is among 572 can- survey taken of a number the amount of gas he needs P. S. Colson, 90 year old That In Thine Hand?" Sanc-
    af service stations in Starke on and has cut his operating resident of El Paso Texas Hurt Newman
    HeadphonesAre One hundred uniforms were didates for degrees from Troy : hours short each His tuary Bell Choir Practice, 5
    State University and will August 6 revealed that the gas day. and a former Bradford Coun- o'clock; Church Training
    purchased at cost of $105 station is
    a closed
    Illegal each making the total bill push its graduation total for shortage Is hurting businessfor on Sundays.The tian, was given the honor recently 6:15: ; Evening Worship at 7:30: ,
    the near the 1,500 mark most operators and no independent stations of unveiling a monu- Hurt Newman 67, of Waldo, sermon: "The Greatest of
    For DriversThe $10,500. with year the commencement relief is seen for the Im- seem to be having less trouble ment at the new State died Tuesday, July 31. He All-

    for the mediate future. getting gas than some of the National Bank building in El retired from the Railroad In
    The County School Board on exercises summer
    major oil stations.
    10. L.B. (Red) Alvarez, veteran Paso. 1965 after 23 years as a con- Monday-Vacation Bible
    Florida Patrol August 7 agreed to quarter on August
    Highway a $2,000
    of Standard Stationon The Eastern Station on Mr. Colson is the son of the ductor for the Seaboard-
    owner the School o'clock
    Russell noted Youth Choir
    reminds motorists that a new expenditure to help pay for the Dr. Kirk Brownlee Road earlier ;
    North Avenue and late John Colson and a Coastline Railroad He wasa
    Temple
    and lec- Practice 7
    Journalist author
    pm
    law enancted by the 1973 uniforms. A down payment of ,
    reported closed is and
    Call Street his businesshas open brother of the late G. B. member of the Order of
    will be the says
    bans the use of $2,500 was made by the band turer com-
    Legislature Uie
    mencement speaker. been cut by 40 per cent. operator is having no (Goldwire) Colson of Brooker.He Railway Conductors of America Tuesday-Vacation Bible
    while parents and about
    headsets or headphones been raised in the l,600has McRae will receive hisMaster's Last month his station was Serious problem getting his moved to El Paso in 1919 and the Waldo Methodist School 9 o'clock; Helen
    driving. community closed 9 days and Alvarez gas. The station receives the and Is the oldest living, retired Church.
    Degree along with Masters Group, Lorena Ep
    the
    have been bringing balance due to
    Many people to be closed about 11 gas from a distributor in employe of the El Paso City Survivors Include a daugh-
    expects
    Ida
    others. Group Darby
    ,
    when did not hear $4,400. The is due 215 person
    killed they payment on Tampa.
    days this month. His station is Lines, who for many years ter, Mrs. Lillian Purvis, Oc- Group all meet at the Kingsley
    August 20.
    the whistle of an approaching The other Eastern Stationon
    closed two three days a streetcars and buses ala two Hurt Newman
    or operated
    ; sons. Lake Home of Mrs. Leila
    due to the car windows The local businesses and
    train week and Alvarez feels the US-301 and Walnut Street is along El Paso streets.. Jr., Fort Lauderdale and Roy Mundy for program and
    and the radio residents who have far
    being rolled up so will open and also reports no The monument a large .
    whole gas situation get was Newman Lakeland;three brothers Covered Dish Luncheon
    donated to the Band PARTY CANCELLED ,
    conditioner in Booster'sUniform SKATING
    air -
    and trouble with the
    worse before it ets better. gas shortage. "Golden Eagle" and bronze Albert Newman Starke; 10:30: ; Lottie Moon Group,
    operation the FHP says. uniforms Fund by purchasing Herman Leers Standard Super Test on 301-S has been plaque which had stood at the Earle Newman Alexandria Ethel Biggs Group, meet at

    The are Andrews Drugs, Station on Temple Avenue is closed and the pumps. have old bank building for 50 years Va., and Joe Don Newman the Church, Brownlee Groupto
    law Community State Bank The Recreation
    "The banning
    new Keystone been removed.
    transferred
    and has been
    also feeling the ipinch. now Miami also several grand-
    with the Florida Bank atStarke. known the ; be announced, 7:30: pm
    headphones, along anonymous, formerly as Key- Standard Stations are Carillurst's Shell Station on to the new location. The El children.

    older law against TV sets in Dewitt C. Jones stone Little League, has can- allocated by the distributorsthe Temple Avenue is doing Paso newspapers carried Funeral services were held Bible
    view of the driver may Funeral Home Terwillegar celled the August 14 rollerskatl.ng regular business and hasn't Wednesday-Vacation
    each of Mr. Colson and
    of
    Motors and Drs. same amount gas photographs at 2 p.m. Thursday in Jones School 9 o'clock Family
    reduce the of Harry Gruen party.A suffered serious cutbackson
    pleasures any his wife at the unveiling
    month received last year Memorial Chapel, In Starke 6 Hour of
    and Richard Odom. Night Supper,
    Increase the will announced
    driving but it will new date be its supply.
    gas
    .
    the month. Lee
    Checks be made during same ceremony.The with Rev. Gordon Bowman Power 6:30: ; Teachers and
    : pleasures of living, so tune out may later. half John Sherman's Gulf Colsons have made
    he is receiving about Interment
    to the Band Booster's says conducting. was In Officers Meeting 7:15: ;
    I distracting noises and tune payable Station on Temple Avenue is several trips back to Floridato
    the Waldo Cemetery with De- Church Choir Practice 8
    Uniform Fund at of the
    Insafer driving advises the any presently open 24 hours a day visit relatives and friends Witt C. Jones Funeral Home

    I Patrol. three local banks. 'art' II: DEBT SERVICE FUNDS and it, too, is having no during the many years they In charge. Thursday-Vacation Bible

    . serious p roblems obtaining, have resided in Texas.Card School, 9 o'clock; Recorder

    I L.a.IIINr/Rw AT-i.rY.-. III 01 Ill. ,.. /III NI gas' IA" I OINn MADISON STREET lisVp.m.

    ..".,.". = "': rMOD ;uN plT.In 1.1..D aTIuI(1..x, "u ar.nl otUal.rI e 0TH.R,n1...fl :::':: : : ::: ::: : : : :::::::: BAPTIST CHURCH p.m.Group, : Visitation, 7
    nrlr 717 IRAN IIIIRILMArY.Yrw
    ITrM ......I Rlltt.. 1Yid \\\r\ \\\i\ ..Vacation Bible
    Friday
    -
    | Of/ Thanks
    t-7 l IN..klw.- 001an URI 1a1 2 | Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.;
    School 9 o'clock Guitar
    ;
    STAll Iwun : } Morning Worship 11 a.m.
    ,
    6 co.. .. ...t. .... ... fomWAWSWAWCARD:: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::,:::::::::::::::: Church 6:15 ; Group, 1:30:
    training, : p.m.;
    ..._ 59.tn.70 59.tn.70 uuu. .nlll. alms a.un u.1 .auulI
    Crr, I.r- -o- -0- sums a.. .., ut.an iuut. u.uia aaalti WMU Prayer Circle 7:15: SaturdayChurchWidePicnic

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    1 rrr -0- -0- special thank you for the Youth Choir, 7
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    INCOYE.LAN11116. bountiful supply of food all p.m.Tuesday -Ben P. Bryant,

    II r-0-0/r 152 11>-MI 21.22.50 ......."" n '_ n .n the lovely flowers and cards, Bible Study 10 "in every house teach
    11 r- 11.-M 10W 0 during the illness and death of a.m. and preach Jesus"
    .
    I. MII loved Also the Wednesday-Family Night,
    our one. Acts 5:42:
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    308.301.61" tn.70 24.722.50 )3.33.00 'M
    thoughtful expressions of 6:30: p.m.; Prayer Meeting

    : 4T MaNNHG W YLU Mission Preteen ... ....... ..... .....
    .... ... .. Mrs. Vicie Sapp Friends !f.... .. .
    H rr llwml ", I' .......Ot 0 n.... ,n no' .. IAI)1OTAL sympathy.

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    FWDCNMOOM IN MEMORIAMIn 8:30.Thursday- Story Hour, 9

    C.c__ '.Mn.nn u00.a n 0 """ .00 0.OIR '0 a.m.; Youth Bible Study, 8

    IOYq: loving memory of our p.m.
    It ...-.... 113.1011-r, 2...... 0000000 .. ... ftft x.000. n' .rI. Denton Sumrall
    ..__...._ dear beloved husband, father,
    .I.-'! .I t 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 n nnn ftft .n ftft I Pastor
    .. grandfather and brother Ben
    I. 1-l)71611r a n 1 3p7 043 00 00.0 1" ,
    II----!! 000000) le McDouglad, Sr. ,who departedthis Auto Salts and Service
    oWIIM.II .. life three years ago Aug- *
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    ,, ._.....__. .. on ... ... .. ... 'U ftft TI ust miss 6, 1970. We all much.love and The little boy down the block Parrish Motors
    May
    OUTGOING na..u.IJ you very
    T0.--.1..1.111-MI II 00.01 n n .7I. your soul forever rest In is turned off by the hypocrisy

    T.C.MYI MII_LY-M''D -- __ .a.aaa __ __ __ n __ H Ne peace. of adults who talk about wa- ALES xS2

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    : AT CLOaR p YIAR.n Alice McDouglad same time insisting on a bath
    .......;..;;.._i. ,,,. _0 .. .. 'M .. ... .. n. ... ftft 27 Family every night.

    ..1V1'U..D., ALAMU "".029.73 .33,407.7t 24.722..n 7760.52 357 899.00 -\----U Alwsyi Good Card Can
    UI Laura St. Fk. lSStYAMAHA

    IF1AL' NOTICS r riM

    Part III: CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FUNDSSctlMit I, J..... E. MoRa.. Mayor of the City of Stark, Florida, by virtue PIANOS{

    of thu authority vaatad In ma by law, do haraby o,ll a First Primary PIANOS

    1r1r.1.- Election to b. )hald .t th. Fir Station In th* foraaaid City by CONN= and KIMHAI.L
    ,. 111 /h' 111, MI III wl, ,In In nl, 11mALL'QNI 'onf'J: t

    1., TOTAL M/o.n -= OCIr.IN'111- Iwlt At CAnTAI ar tau.ar +. 'qualified votr on :Tu..day. Sap.anb.r 11. 1973, A. D. for th*

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    .. 1N AN ORDINANCE AOTJVDINO ARTICLE II A3 PERTAINS TO PORK! OF 30V3TP: L.-JT. Moll 388.8519
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    TOTAL l/-ARp. .., Irr / ABOLITION: OF A CITY CLERK, A;ID THE AfrOINJKE-IT: OF A CITY IUNAOE4P10VIDM3 : FURNITURE
    wive IN 1 I II
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    _a.A_ .Li _Tr.dn.r Wrq CITY CLERK AS A'l: tJKIMi OFFICE. Hou,.hold
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    .-1N .,_. In.psatorfor said Electioni
    .. Baxley Chair Co.
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    2S._ .1'' 2S Ion Xathaw Inspector K(.nn.th )'. Jtruth InspectorClara

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    .. -0..0"fVT M FOR SAID ELECTION iPra.

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    IS O.rla. Alternator Starter

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    of tha town to b. harauiito affixttf this the 7th day ol ..uS" 1)73, A.. D.
    AUTO.-- TRUCK .

    DISTIIICT SCHOOL POAROOF
    J..... E. k.cRaa, layor DIESEL
    .....'n.. COUNTY, FLORIDA
    AtTB;>T. h.rrlll Edward. 4044 Lenox: Ay. Jax.

    ANNUAL ICHOOL BUOOn Part IV: CONTRACTED PROGRAMS 8/9--Ut..8/10 ctty Clark 387.2528

    Pwt III. CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FUNDS
    ON-rCW ..OLD
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    3-097 1.891.50
    Gainesville 376-9934
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    Page 10 TELEGRAPH August 9 ] Starke's First Baptist Wins


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    Sub-Bisk Softball TournamentFirst .



    BDS' Vernon Barber

    Baptist of Starke won First Baptistcame back in only 23 allowed against them. hit two apiece. Danny By winning the tournamentFirst
    the Northern Church Sub- their third game to defeat McKinney had the highest Baptist qualified to playin
    District Softball Tournamentheld Lake City Nazarnne by the Jim Duncan led First batting average for First the District Tournament to
    at West Side Park on store of J-l-1. Randall McGeehit Baptist for the tournament in Baptist with a 560. Lenwood be held in Cocoa this Fridayand
    Will Remember Being August 3 and 4. a home run in that game home runs with 3. Wayne Kitchens, Wayne McLeod and Satursday, August 10 and
    and Danny McKinney had McLeod and Randall McGee Jim Duncan all his .500. 11.
    First Baptist played 7 three base hits (to lead. First
    games and six were on Baptist to the win.
    Saturday. Their final recordwas First Baptist then tore into
    High School All-Star 6-1, the only loss comingto St Ambrose, whipping them
    St. Ambrose of St. by the score of 154. St. Am- A & K Feeds
    Augustine by the score of 10. brose was the team who had \
    Eight teams participated in earlier beaten First Baptist.In !
    U. S. 301 N. Behind Tastee Freeze
    Vernon Barber played a the tournament: St. Ambrose, their fifth game First
    good game for the North All Ridgeview Baptist of Baptist belted four home runs 964-8711
    United
    Stars Friday August 4, as Gainesville Wesley on the way to a 19-2 victoryover
    they lost 28-10 to the South in Methodist of Lutheran Gainesville of, Wesley United of The Most Complete Feed Store
    the'annual State All Star University Gainesville. Wayne McLeodhit
    Football Game at Florida Gainesville, Parkview Baptistand two of the homers with Jim
    Field in Gainesville. Nazarene of Lake City, Duncan hitting the other two. In
    C It Nazarene of St. Augustine and County
    'J First Baptist.In In the finals against
    "It was a lot of fun, + f Ridgeview of GainesvilleFirst
    something I'll always their first game First I Baptist took the first
    remember, playing in the All Baptist defeated University game 143. First Baptist CLEARANCE SALE ON GATES
    Star game,' said the former Lutheran 97. First Baptist wrapped out 17 hits in that
    Bradford grid grad, now wrapped the game up in the game.In .
    I
    headed to the University of fifth inning when they scored 5 the final game First Sale Good 9-16 Aug Only I
    Florida on a football runs on 4 singles by Danny Baptist captured the title as ,
    scholarshm McKinney, Wayne McLeod, they again defeated
    Billy McRae, and Lenwood 10-5. In that
    Ridgeview game $
    Barber was elected co- x. ., Kitchens. Randall McGee Randall McGee hit a home 4'Gate Was $950 NOW 850

    captain by his North squad tripled and Eddie Hazen run, a double and a single to
    teammates. He played the 1 belted a home run to score lead First Baptist to the win. l
    ,"ntire game" and wore the four of the runs. In the tournament First 6' 1250 Now $1150
    number 50"One
    The second game was the 1- Baptist hit a team average of r
    of Barber's most 0 loss to St. Ambrose. 400 with 78 runs scored and 8' $1500 Now $14
    memorable plays was early in
    the first quarter, the South
    had the ball and its was fourth
    $16
    NOW
    down and one yard to go. Football Practice 10' $1725
    Barber thwarted the first
    down attempt by throwing the
    runner for a four yard loss. 15Junior 12' $1850 Now $1750
    Begins Aug.
    Barber had eight tackles for
    the game but feels it was not 14' $2200 Now S21w
    .one of his better games.If .
    Practice for the BiiS varsity practice will I,
    I'd had more time to Tornadoes will begin next start August 20. All boys in '
    prepare I would have played a Vernon Barber ((50)) moves in to tackle a South runner in a week on Tuesday, August 14, grades 9 through 12 are invited $2450 Now $2300
    ''ot better" he added. losing cause as the South beat the :North 28-10 in the State at 5 p.m."Every. to come out. Practicesare
    Barber was impressed by High School All Star Game in Gainesville August 3. effort by the players ternoon.to be held at 5 every af-

    the size and strength of the should be made to be at the There are only 4 weeks to F. R. M. r-:
    South's line and said that he Alvin Butler for the Varsity break into the Gator starting meeting; it is important that for the first JV
    prepare gameto
    had been blown out a few position. lineup as a freshman. everyone attend, said Head be played against Eastsidein I( -IH
    limes, but that he made somemiod Barber has a reputation as a Vernon Barber just might Coach David Hurse. Gainesville. SEEDFor ,
    ( plays. physically tough, mentally help it be the Year of the Thursday Shoes can or be Friday picked up at this the "Those boys who are in the l-IasA Feed
    mature player who could Gator in 1973.
    \U ust 24 Barber will report field house.Socks, mouth best condition will have a
    1 u, the ol Florida and supporters can be better chance to play early in '
    University on r pieces
    : \ bikini "is .1 beilmZ suit (Llewe'Il 'Miller: ) All Yo Animals r
    i cholarship and is expectedto : 5) purchased at Koch's Drugs. the year Coach Hurse said.

    1 see some playing time for ,tp ) .' r .- The annual pre-season : :
    ( -
    _- -
    will be held
    the Gators as a freshman 'aTIL football jamboree
    -
    linebacker At the / / -.=-n--. / September 6 in Gainesville at . .
    present --- rl' -:1' c' ':1 ':'' '::Oc o ,. ,_
    iime he is third team outside -- Cf7--- Florida Field. The Tornadoeswill .v c? 5 o o
    .. -
    linebacker but thinks he can I -- -- "----- face Gainesville High
    'if.iout\ number two man n_.___ __ ::_ : _-- _<- _-- _"='= -- School and Eastside High t)
    School. COCO ;
    "This gives us only two and
    one-half weeks to practice GOLD COCO
    prior to the Jamborss," says 1


    !It's c:!;; to beat the as ahead Hurse."We much of"Everyone have as us,possible.the a rough better should" year con-run COCO i CO COCO ;


    dition you're in, the better 00 MEDAL tl 1 ,
    .
    we'll be prepared for our first t w 00- "1
    game Sept. 14 with COCO J
    Vanguard", he added. r CO ;
    74 The only changes in this

    prices means year's Tornadoes schedule will drop is that Green the : Home of24/ Karat Quality '.

    Cove from the schedule and COCO
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    add Macclenny.
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    great '73 Ford buys. Cheerleaders 00 More Value Less Money CO 00-COCO


    Q 0Eq Set For 00. I
    Camp COCO See it to Believe it
    '-! COCO

    :; means the year'sbiggest The Varsity and Junior Luxury Living at Everyday Prices

    Varsity cheerleadmg squadsof COCO ;
    Bradford High School have coco
    been working hard all sum- Gainesville Green Cove Springs 00 j.
    ,
    for the 4:)

    deals on LTD's Foundation International Camp Cheerleading to be held in Champion 70'
    COCO
    Gainesville at the Universityof
    Florida August 19 throughthe Town & I
    24. CO 60 X 12 Country CO i


    brinos, Mavericks and Captain Cheerleading Members Donna of Prevatt squad the Varsity, are Co- : Cathedral Split Level COCO CO

    Captain Karen Reddish,
    00 i
    Sandra Edwards, Patty Ceiling Upper Level Bedroom, COCO
    I Morris, Sally Torode, Carol
    Beam Alice Atwood and g 4995 2 Ur. Front Kitchen Total Electric, Stain less Steel Sink'on-

    Hurry to Kathrine Coleman. COCO Torque Tier Windows I "
    Cedar
    yourDealers Junior Lined Closets, House TypeFurniture COCO
    Cheerleaders are Gloria 00 Abundant Custom Made Cabinets,
    Strickland, Sonja Biggs Deluxe Carpet Hurricane 00-
    Mar & Heat Resistant Counter, Inlaid '
    Laura ihomas isancy Ar- .
    wood, Ruth Eberle, Brenda 00 Vinyl Linoleum Trim 7'/2'
    Ceiling, UL Approved, RAP CO Insulation Cl'
    . Guion and Sharon Crosby
    now. 00 White Acoustical Plank Board,

    During camp the 00 Thick Fiber Glass Insulation Insect Proof, Rodent Proof''\
    cheerleaders will be taughtnew
    routines with the pompons Cl) Ceiling, Floor & Outside Walls NonCombustibleCO lfJ
    new cheers and chants COCO
    and many new ideas for pep CO I
    is rallies, besides making new
    !
    running out friends. 00 Other Models Floor Plans To Choose From fly

    c Every day the squads 00 Cl
    participating in the camp will COCO
    be evaluated on their improvement -
    in the different SAVEMOREAT
    TERWILLEGAR areas taught and a Grand COCO
    Champion Award will be COCO
    awarded to the most improved 00 CIJ.
    squad at the end of camp. The
    MOTOR CO. prize presented to the winning
    squad and will a be new a new uniform set of pompons for GOLD MEDAL MOBILE HOMES CO

    Starke, Fla. each girl on the squad. 00 376-1452 284-5664 COCO

    "The girls have worked Green Cove
    Spring
    The Cars Sold hard to represent BUS well," v Gainesville : CO
    Finest AnywhereBy
    says sponsor Melba Howar- Hw 17 North
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    d."They've a lot of pep and 4620 13tliSt.
    Dealer You Can Trust enthusiasm and hope to do
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    AtBrevard 1 1I Safe ]
    College 1..0- Boating.1; H
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    Stephen Moyer Strickland, I y rn9
    Starke, has been accepted for rh N1't K
    admission at Brevard College j- : Is u
    with a track scholarship in -- a
    Brevard, North Carolina in 2
    the fall. I. ''f''''''V :: r1
    No
    Mr. Strickland graduatedfrom r J1 AccidentRANDOLPH :j
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    Bradford High School r5
    this year and is the son of Mr. {
    and Mrs. F. W. Strickland of -- !
    Kin sley Lake. Strickland is a
    BHS pole vaulter. 1 y Florida Department !11 11f |c

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    3rd in a series
    'q/71J The Pigtail; Softball League started Its series of 5 night games on Tuesday August( 7, The
    ( (FPR)...The rule for They must be in block girls( are between the ages of 10 and 13 and the league Is sponsored by the Starke Recreation
    I numbering boats is quite characters, in a color that Department.
    Showtime-Weekdays 7:00 simple. Any boat that is contrastwith: the here are two trams participating in the league, the green's and blue's.

    unday 3:00 Saturday 1:00 mechanically propelled by a backgr.undand not less than Kneeling (I-r) : Katherine Scheming Cindy Griffith Vickie Carver, Donna Samons Denise
    motor in excess of 10 horsepower three inches in height. Mount
    Gissy, Janice Jotkel, Mary Anne Miller\ and Susan ISIaloik
    must be numbered and them on both sides of the bow
    r.e Standing: Coach Lit Lundy, Katie Lundy, Geiii Boyce, Charlotte Griffith, Michele Sapp,
    Fri. Sat. t licensed in the State of always reading from your left Mumlorff Patricia
    Teena Norman Debbie Coltrane, Luana I Parker, and Coach Anne Samons.
    Florida. A motor boat is looking at the appropriateside
    + I numbered for the same reason to the right with state

    \ your car is numbered, to letters first. Make sure you 10 WAYS TO MAKE YOUR VACATION MORE FUN
    , identify it; and boats are leave a space between the first
    ! registered and numbered in letters and numbers and the
    11 much the same manner that a last number and letters: Knowledgeable travelers inttMPstou"01' waste \time vorite snuck or cold drink
    v ; car"is registered. Just as the Fancy, and-or oddly placed know that the surest way on ones that don't. and-.by all means-thai tat.t..red
    : weight determines the cost of letters and numbers will not to enjoy u vacation worthlooking When flying, shop ahead but cherished doll or
    registering a car, the length be accepted by the Florida back on ill to look for olf season family, group, ledd>'be r'!
    and class determines the cost Marine Patrol and would just abend That !is why seasonedglobelrotlersiecommend charter, youth and other *
    When abroad,
    heading
    for registering and licensing a delay you when you are on a the bargain| f.ires
    __ boat. following: To avoid holidily' piI- bone up in advance on a
    pleasurable
    very fishing or
    l "'1 111"' 1+r ing fatigue when driving, few words of your destination
    Once your proper forms are boating cruise. Iz"l language.Even
    -counlry's
    that
    plot a course coversno
    obtained from a state Always certificate
    agency
    carry your more than about 300 such simple courtesy ex press-
    ,t fill out and return them with of numbers when
    -
    you ions "CidCi.is"Merci"! or
    as
    L miles
    u day
    e ,w a 4flu: ,,7 the appropriate fee, a cer- are using your boat, that's e ; If you're traveling with "Danke schoen" will please
    tificate of numbers will be the first the Florida W
    thing hosts and a
    jour give you
    : OC7n youngsters stock on diversions -
    ; up
    received and these Marine Patrol will .
    numbers want to see to rout the fidgets( : warm, hands across I he-sea
    J k must be put on the bow of when inspecting boat. If
    i d your your (games: coloring books, a fa feeling.
    { boat in a certain way. For you sell or transfer your boat,
    LONES further information on you have to turn in your
    registering your boat consult certificate of numbers, and, if
    KEYSTONE MELROSE
    your local Tax Collector. tHe boat remains in the same ]Read on the areas -
    up I ISbickland
    Plus The numbers and letter state the same number is
    plan to visit That way,
    +
    rr you
    1,r r 1 hS must be permanently attached issued to the new owner. you won't miss sights that BUSINESS DIRECTORY
    to the forward part of
    ' COLUMBIA PICTURES
    r NttfMT) a .,dv your boat close to the bow OOOOOOgi0000000000000

    A HAMMED PRODUCTION FISHER\I\\'S: SUPPLIES; I HARDWARE GARDEN

    .Jimmy Kicks of Starke and former Clay High basketballstar WEDNESDAY
    fights:( for the ball as his North Squad went on to win the SLIM'S tl'r e HARDWARE
    k 'T f tY State High School All Star Game held at the University of filr NIGHT FISIISPECIAL
    Florida Gym on Saturday August t by the score of'W-'J I. Fish -'H '. Stuff UIDlII CENTER

    'v LI" Bolt A complo' lin. a. Hdw
    the of tilapia SI 75
    taking
    governing
    Crick.ts-Shinno.-Woms BENJAMIN MOORE PAINTS
    New Fish Limit pith cast nets and establisheda
    rule that tilapia be Cocktail Lounge Minnows Plumbing 6 EI.ctical Supp.
    may All, The Fried Flounder Go-Tone F."ili.a
    Now In EffectFPR taken with cast nets in water s B TACKLE'RODS-REELS
    (ns.cticid.sLICENSES
    You Can
    Eat
    IJ }oo FISHING 6 HUNTING
    The Florida (lame of the South Florida Region Don't overschedule INCLUDES CHOICE OFPOTATO AMMUNITION Lumber 6 Building Moiola
    and Fresh Water Commissionhas provided the nctter has a sport :yourself Leave some black HUSH PUPPY 8t PIRATE'S SLAW ICE Hwy. 21 N. 200 yds From Light
    and commercial fishing in your holiday itinerary to
    replaced the daily hag
    Sun.Mon.&Tues Kay.ona Hilts. 473-4357 Koy'on. H.ights 473-3663
    unforeseeable
    take of
    license. The rule also care
    limit on fresh water fish in the new 3500 SW 13TH ST GAINESVILLE. FLA 378-2931

    rP- limit Everglades was removed region.earlier The bag due size established of tilapia a length nets. and mesh just delays plain or loafing.emergencies or CAMP TRAILERS TELl-\: ISIO AIR Cow

    to dry weather and low water TIIEISES TV &
    conditions and allowed
    PATGlIl1DJJ anglers to take an unlimited : Attention Adults Robbie's Camp APPLIANCE
    number of fresh water game p QILUSlU'
    Trallor Sales
    T fish other than speckled __ ".:)1:;.. ::L_ :;
    ( perch. A chameleon can "toll Us How Long; Have You Wanted To PlatA! Musical Instrument? safety Low Gas CG. TV 0 STERO

    AND eyes independently in any i Price and Gato"l on lot CAR AND PORTABLE
    direction, si> thai one eye' ,
    The limit for fresh SAXOPHONE GUITAR Hi Low Exclusive TAPE DECKS
    daily bag
    Bltlll'lDEDD may be looking at a fly in
    water fish is 50 panfish and 10 front of it, while the other I To"nll Insurance COMMERICAL ANDRESIDENTIAL
    bass per day. except in Dade, keeps watch over" Hit am. CLARINET VIOLIN
    Monroe Broward and Collier mays shoulder.Freddie 1 TRUMPET ECT J "ES u. R061-SO-O:-'; :: PROP AIR CONDITIONING
    . counties other than Lake \.' des ". Of Keystone. SALES & SERVICE
    ! .. l lt Trafford. where the daily bag DRUMSNOW 4.z03
    .rrutifnA lA l 1'1 70 panfish and 10 bass. KEYSTONE 473-4651

    The Commission establishedbird THE OPPORTUNITY IS YOURS. AT THE BRADFORD UNION AREA RE.\L ESTATE: AUTO SERI ICE

    sanctuaries in Santa VOCATIONAL-TECHNICAL CENTER. CLASSES IN BEGINNING AND

    Rosa Charlotte and Pinellas INTERMEDIATE BAND FOR ADULTS WILL BEGIN THIS FALL. Richard T. Lovorn KEYSTONE AUTO SERVICE

    !) counties and authorized, advertisement NIGHT TO BE ARRANGED 700; P.M. TO 10:00: P.M. fog: Real Estate Broker .
    of the DeSoto Fran End Alignment Speed
    .., CLASSES WILL BE LIMITED CALL 964-615O TO REGISTER.
    Lake Fish Management Areain LAKE PROPERTIES -... heel klalancinj!
    DeSoto County and .
    ,"If Conditioning Service-
    RESIDENTIAL
    removed the Christina Fish APPLICATIONS FOR ADULT ART CLASSES ARE
    Polk Brake Service
    BESt of eNO.\leS'\ Management Area in BUSINESS ACREAGEV'
    ' County from the fish BEING ACCEPTED INSURANCE .Lubrication-OilChange. ", -
    :
    D:MieStof! t f riENds. management area program.

    Koy"ono Hg?.. 473.3254 Tune l'p
    j rw METROCOLOR 0
    i; PANAVISION' MGM The Commission also 473.469? 'Good 'eM TiresEdn.l

    reyiewed fishing. regulations Kn..pper f"A-.H I I l lt.ltth.1

    Durbin '-hi I 1 ULK. Off E. 21 and I LiLK.11m .
    ,r /IIIBS Fox ..- dS, :N.: Off 100
    > KEYSTONE:: ItGTS. 3-4052
    l .R. 'k\fee a'i .itlA\

    301 DRIVE INShow Mustang BE.\L'TY SIIOP S. r:. rCKa }. !Realtor\[

    Lorenzo Bell, 15, of
    Begins At Sundown Lawtey, proudly displays the 7 Nell's S.t-:. lcK.\Y REALTOR
    pound bass he caught August 4 Member of 'CO\I..t':
    from the banks of a stream off MOBILE HOMES Beauty Style S".nr d Re"J..nt'dl ADDrusers

    Fri. & Sat. US-301 near Waldo Freddie, lNCI "For 0 lovell.r' .t\'lnli\ Ihls i\re. For :6 Yeatsyou" .
    the son of the Reverend and

    k- V ". Mrs caught Freddie the bass Bell with of a Lawtey rod and, 1650 N. Temple A,.c. 96 1-7212 Phon. 475221"r\tr..., \Dolores(telba111..n\ Gilmore 43.4'x 473-360C

    Li HOUR reel using an earthworm on a 4
    small hook Starke, Fin. Open 9-8 1-6 Sun. Betw..n trs. ,Joanne Gassers 475.1622Ceyston.

    ; Mr. Leslie Robinson 47'-103'

    x Your Home Nights '- I l1omes-\crealle-l Rentals
    HUM v1 Mobile ...
    Molro. 't Office Phone 4'34816Sh.ll
    .NE'$ DIGSHE'S '

    I < Shopping Center !l- .. Ray.
    '
    EMTIFHL Lan.1I Boutique -1 .
    STARRING tfSum Wr.ck.r S.rv I c.
    \ $U ELL I' \ \ FeaturingAltair Styles and i\cceuories\ W. monitor. chann.k 13 C.B
    VIVIANJOO'J ..nIING 'L' .
    y\r 'I WI. 4. Ara Argo Bonanza Bronzwood Capella Draco For The Complete Z4 HRS ;1
    \Boman ":
    wJ6Y
    THEWRESTLINOOUEEN -- '
    Elmwood Granville Sheffield >
    HWY zl 1 notw..n erVlce'I AAA
    Plus k.y.ton. d Meto.. Koyston. I
    AskCharley August Clearance Sale Continues 475-UII Day Call 473-3083
    On WheelsSun. :Nights: 475-2838
    Fury A U 73 Homes Must Go!
    t,

    'I'' ., Mon. & Tties. E. 1973 12x60 Cavella 1973 Altair Fill Dirt II.ctrlcol Contractor

    2 fir- 2 Bath 12x65: 3/Jr Beach Sand Bell Electric Co.

    allow audiences to their JohnsAboat Cloy Fill James \\I', 8..11. Owner
    To regain Furnished
    Beant til Decor
    composure from the emotional impactof if Spanish Fully Tractor Work

    "Sisters"after each showing Hank Srunlng Commercial

    no one will be seated during a This Question: Was $7495 Was $6995 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Residential

    SPECIAL SHOCK Rep age
    "Our firm requires!' that all PHONE 473-.H61
    Elec cal xNre.-
    tS9 RECOVERY PERIOD! those employees handlingthe Now $6995 Now $6595 P.O. BOX 41 Ran Hoods

    firm's money be bond Keystone 473-3602

    --- ,.Ci.*. .. ... ed.supply Does bonding your agency where alsc re THIS IS YOUR COUPON LAKE GENEVA
    CONTRACTORS: AUTO SERVICE
    ....M .. quired for public off! YOUR COUPON GOOD FOR NOT 10.000 And Whil. Supply Lost

    [! ] Color b,MOVIELAB An Amman. lnlenutioMlR' >,....I. dais?" BUT 15.000 s & H GREEN STAMPS WITH | A FreeFisherman TRIANGLE "R" JOHNSON AUTO TUNE UP

    PIIUSMAII WilliAMS"..-..MARGOT KIDDER.JENNIFER SALT*'SISTERS' Charley E. THE PURCHASE OF A NEW '73 HOME HandbookOur ENTERPRISE, INC. oG..nral ano.a..pairinaEn -
    ,.... ... too Shop
    'r Am***; .InaNInNIOIW.4
    GENERAL CONTRACTORS 'Minor Machin Work
    Plus JOHNS AGENCY Prices Includes Delivery Within 100 Mi. Licensed-Insured 'Automatic\ ;1rl\nsm.i.aaon.\
    Cement Block. Installation Of Hurricane Tie Downs F..aturina! Au Conditioning.

    Women 131 So. Walnut St. 25 Ft. Of Water Hook-up & 20 Ft. Of Sewer Pipe The. Llndal Cedar Homes Mon.'Tires- Fri 8auui.s 70 A.M. 6 P."
    99 Phon* 964-C070 473- N. Sc Rd 21 4.374 Sac.
    Plus A See Of Steps. .2 7130: 1 P.M.
    P.O. Bo& 657 2110 LAKE GENEVA 4n-4111



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    :1 ThingsBY
    '-'" ... :

    All Starke was on "pins and for Edmund Halley, an Telegraph's issue of May 20, away from debts, there have Turner's bakery for ginger
    needles" back in May 1910, English astronomer who com- 1910: been none, and the officers of bread they would cast frightened George Muggins I i
    awaiting the dreaded visit of puted its orbit and accurately the law who have thrived on glances at the innocent '
    Halley's Comet to Earth. foretold when it would be seen "Well, Halley's comet has these transgressions have jar. \
    again in the northern heavens.It paid its much advertised visitto been compelled of late to limit The Florida Farm Bureau '\ .
    The dictionary defines a was this prediction, widely the Earth and, as an old themselves to five cigars per "Wednesday night came 8 Federation is proud to en-
    comet as a heavenly body, published in newspapers and farmer expressed himself day. o'clock came and the earth courage youth participation in (
    orbiting around the sun, and magazines of the 1910 period, Thursday morning 'done its boldly dived into the tail of the activities that can be helpfulto \ "
    having a long luminous tail- that caused such consternation durndest.' "In his show window J. S. comet. The most frightened of people
    phenomenon that would in Starke and elsewhere. Cassie has a blue jar filled the astronomers had thoughtthe :
    naturally strike some degreeof Many feared the cornel would "A part of the white popu- with salt water. The liquid is tail was composed of The Bradford County Farm { j' (
    awe or terror in the po p u- strike the Earth and perhaps lation and almost all of the drawn over the rim by capil- deadly cyanogene gas, and the Bureau is proud to participatein \ j t l.
    laceespecially those of a cause its utter destruction. colored had great fears of the lary action and an ef- least scared thought it would these events sponsored by '

    superstitious nature. result of the comet's contact florescense of the crystalized interfere with telegraphic the state. .?tl
    with the Earth Wednesday salt particles has formed on communication and that
    Halley's comet appears in It did appear in the sky at night. For the last two weeks the sides of the jar. Somehowthe auroral displays would take The third annual Youth ,Becky llutchlns and Debbie Douglas.
    the sky periodically about the predicted time, but con- church-going and darkies had come to be- place But the keys clicked as Safety Seminar will be a three
    every 76 years, so its next tinued on its orbit failing to have been the order 0 Prayers lieve that when the jar had true as ever and not even a day event held at Camp Good luck to these young Some people are workingnow.
    appearance to observers on inflict the expected destruc- among the colored people. Of been whitened all over the faint weird light was seen. Montgomery near Keystone people as they join Farm Names, along with
    Earth should' be around the tion. This is how the incidentwas skin games, fighting, moon- 'smash' would come, and Heights and will begin August Bureau Youth from many progress will be reported as
    year 1985 or 86. It was named described in The shine and time they went into 12. learn more
    drinking, running every "Those who were not too other counties to we approach September 29.
    scared to go to sleep awoke about safety in everyday life.
    Thursday morning by the Becky Hutchms daughterof Somebody reminded me
    Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hutchins
    whistle of Dowling's mill, of the Farm Bureau, and CAlf Scramble will be a that Wednesday July 25, was
    proclaiming the earth of days" is
    was the beginning "dog
    still doing business at the old Debbie Douglas, daughter of part of ourconversation pretty that if it on that day it

    ED i; i) mi urnReplacements stand," attend Mr. and of the Mrs.Farm the Edward Bureau seminar.Douglasalso will often September from now 29. on until 7 p.m. will the next rain 40 rains some days.each It day rained for,

    (Editor's note: The J. S. and it has kept the pattern
    Cassie referred to above at Our first planning meetingwas pretty well ever since.
    one time operated a variety The Youth Safety Seminar held July 30. Only one
    storethen called a "RacketStore" Camp is a comprehensive was absent and we did not My fall garden preparationshave
    in the structure now program to create and expect him to return from the been slowed down. It
    maintain an interest in safetyas cool mountains just for the
    NeededThe known as the Rosenberg will sure have an effect on
    building on the northeast a way of everyday life. The meeting. Our next meetingwill planting some of those Zipper
    corner of Call and Thompson students will return with a be August 27, so each of Cream peas we have been
    Streets. The J. O. Turner willingness to become involved our committee members can talking about. We had some
    bakery was about the middleof in community projects make this a priority date. friends eat with us Sunday and

    the same block, in one of the in the interest of total safety. my wife pulled a package of
    City Zoning Board acted wisely Monday will soon confront the board with the problem of abandoned buildings now This is a Starke-Bradford Zipper Cream npas and a

    night in voting not to accept any more applications for finding replacements of equal calibre. owned by Ben Suslow.) The seminar will cover County sponsored project. package of Silver Queen corn
    four areas of safety: the Indications are that as a resultof corn from the freezer and
    permits to locate mobile homes in the for
    city a periodof
    Chairman L. M. Gaines who has done a good job farm home traffic and continued interest there will prepared it for a part of the
    ninety days.
    recreation. As we read and be more participation than
    quick meal. It was their first,
    announced that he will be
    his brief
    during tenure listen to the news media we ever to make the 1973. and the fact that none was left
    This action was taken because of the land use studynow leaving the city board as of October' I to become administrator LettersDear know ther are plenty of opportunities scramble the best. was proof that it made a hit.

    in progress in the city as well as the county of the County Zoning Board. to bring possible

    which will undoubtedly bring recommendations for safety suggestions to our

    significant changes in the placement of mobile homesin Although not officially announced, it was learned people.In .

    our urban and rural areas. If the land use study is that the term of Mrs. Marguerite Hall, who has servedon Editor: the Farm Bureau we are t\ '! iJ

    not completed within the ninety day period then the the board since its beginning back in the 1950's will aware of the fact that investment '

    Zoning Board will reassess the situation and possibly expire in September and she thinks it is time to "reston As a follow up to your edi- in and encouragement "
    torial of July 1 and the letter to of our youth can %
    extend the time if her laurels. She too has done a commendable job k kt1
    / ERGATE
    necessary.
    be TY .
    the editor from Don Championin highly rewarding.
    over a long period of time in a thankless (and payless) fFORESTRY
    the matter of gasoline shortage 1/
    The City's present zoning code written over position and undoubtedly deserves a rest. I would like to presentsome
    S S e e e e i ..
    twenty years ago, is woefully inadequate and outdated more "strange hap-

    not only in regard to mobile homes but in many Both of these members are genuinely interestedin penings." ,

    other areas as well. It needs complete re writing butit the many problems that always arise in a growing The big reason I am defin- j

    would be a waste of time and money to do so before community and will be hard to replace from a standpoint itely against any more controlof IN BRADFORD COUNTY : ?

    the current land use study is completed.It of interest and willingness to serve. the petroleum industry (or : : s-

    any other industry) by the I 1 didn7
    :
    is true that some mobile home owners, or pros- It appears certain that Starke is in for accelerated government Government is is no because longer our a By JohnO'Meara i send Nlash gto

    pective owners, might be inconvenienced by this growth over the immediate years ahead and it is government of the people by / ( U1dn't Y n9w i

    delay but it was imperative that it be taken in orderto imperative that we have a zoning board that is quali- the people, and for the people.It I IooWspun

    avoid further mistakes in trying to deal with a fied to cope with the problems that will inevitablyarise. has deteriorated Into a -- -- -

    complex problem with a set of obsolete ordinances. It puppet of the multi national
    corporations and the interna- No tree in Florida holds so j
    simply cannot be done without compounding the mis- "t
    tional bankers. All govern- honored a place as the long ;j
    takes that have already been made. We commend these soon-to-be retiring memberson ment controls, whether on oil, lived majestic live oak. ', b

    their efforts in the and hope that their foods, price, automobiles, or ,
    past successors !
    !
    Two forthcoming resignations from the boardone -- whatever- end up as addi- The Florida Division of
    announced and one yet unannounced (officially) will serve equally well. tional costs and loss of free- Forestry plans to use the live |
    dom for the majority of the oak to better advantage in j

    peoplemeaning you and me. fast-developing areas of the |
    state. I


    I On The 'Enemy List'President pressure originally Where ,do came to you make from think govern-from the, quantity the And Division so of, for live is offering the oak first seedlingsfor a time large, ]

    ment impose controls on the .
    sale to the public at a .
    people? Would you believe the
    moderate rate.
    original thoughts and propaganda \

    Nixon has vetoed a $185 million emer- Adding insult to injury, President Nixon came from many To my knowledge, "The -. hf

    gency medical services program terming it "too reluctantly signed a Social Security benefit increase of non-profit" foundations seedlings were grown from a r Tto hunan scwnc* Monitor I
    the oil
    expensive. 5.6 per cent to be effectivemind youin June of 1974 and sponsored auto by major acorns expressly gatheredfrom

    The Bradford Senior Citizens writer calls this increase corporations- selected stately live oaksin i

    This is just one in a long list of bills to benefit the "preposterous if not ridiculous. the cost of living for The end result of their the state among them the

    poor and underprivileged that the President has the first six months of this year has risen above twelve findings were so-called safety Jacksonville historic Treaty," John Oak M of County Agent NewsBy
    vetoed as "too expensive" while not considering it "tooexpensive" devices, anti pollution devices -
    per cent and in recent weeks the cost of some food Bethea, Division Director
    which added and
    weight
    for the Government to spend almost stuffs has increased by fifty per cent or more. "If we increased fuel consumption, reports. I.
    .
    Bobby Taylor
    $2,000,000 in tax dollars for improvements to his have to wait for a year from now we will need I a fifty plus additional profits for the Approximately 300,000 live y

    private homes in California and Florida.In f per cent increase to at least keep up with the daily in- multi national corporations.One oakseedlingsbare rootwill

    flation blitz" the Senior Citizens say. be made available this year Even though there is a lot the major-on-going expense
    a recent column, deploring the fact that none of major auto manufac- from three Division nurseries."To of talk about high food prices, items in a beef cattle oper '
    the fine turing executive, H. C. knowledge, this is many people fall to realize that ation. Economical feed ,
    promises made at the White House Con- The inadequate Social Security increase was a MacDonald, compared the my pro-
    farmers and
    our producersmust
    the first time any state has duction can make the difference -
    ference on Aging more than two years ago has been compromise which President Nixonthe man who weight and fuel economy of undertaken to propagate the use every management in profit or loss in

    put into effect the president of the Bradford County allowed $100,000 to be spent on landscaping at his the 1965 Ford and the live oak in such large num- technique available to real- your operation.

    Senior Citizens says, "It seems as though we senior California castle in the name of "security"agreed to projected 1975 model equippedwith bers," Bethea said. iza a profit from their oper-
    the required "safety"devices ations. Cost of Most cattlemen can produce
    citizens also productionfor
    are on the President's 'Enemy List.
    What
    accept after threatening to veto a more generous According to him, a Quantities of 500 live oak most agricultural comm- winter feeds more profitablythan
    happened to the beautiful phrases from the White version on grounds that it would be inflationary.In '65 Ford V-8 with automatic seedlings or less can be ordered odities have risen as fast they can buy them. Bye,

    House Conference "Dignity instead of despair?" transmission, power brakes for the minimum or faster than the prices received ryegrass, clover and other

    the belief of Miss Porter the only fundamental and power steering, weighed charge of $15.00, plus shipping for products. winter crops can cut your
    The same sentiment about 3,500 pounds and charges. winter feed bill U they are
    was recently voiced by solution to the of the older citizens
    pitiable plight on averaged 15 miles per gallonIn It has seemed to me that grown and managed properly
    syndicated" financial columnist Sylvia Porter who asks fixed incomes is curbing inflation without throwingour 1968 Ford gained 250 "The oak is a preferred tree over the past several years One or more of these crops
    what hope does the Administration offer to nation into economic many people have taken
    you an slump. pounds with the first emission to plant, Bethea said ter- agr- should be In your program. I
    the older worker already at an age where your pay control devices and mileage ming it as "near a natural iculture for granted. Many

    check is not being increased much, if at all? Or to you, She suggests that these measures be considered: dropped 3 per cent. Per- supertree as" you will find in folks agricultural have been critical and of *

    the man or woman already retired and living on a formance dropped 8 per cent. the state. overproduction programs of some Ryegrass Is a cool season
    fixed income?". The 71 Ford weighed 4,150 annual grass that has been
    Tighter ceilings of federal spending with will almost crops. There be time
    an pounds and averaged 13 miles "It grow on any may popular in our area for a
    overhaul of '(An site, along the edges of when the problem of a surplusis
    Her is "NO spending priorities. example: more gallon- 17 per cent number of years. We know
    answer : HOPE. per
    Absolutely none."Thlore's benefits for elderly citizens on fixed incomes and less decrease in gasoline effi- beaches, in damp sites, on much better than the pro that it will do better if planted -
    good land or bad, in cool zones blem of a shortage of food.
    in
    money for frills at Presidential palaces.) since 1965. The 73 a well prepared seedbed,
    "not even a whisper about your plight in mode weighs 4,275 poundsand or in the subtropics. 5 but it can be top-seeded or

    Washington says :Miss Porter. "There's only 12 miles gal- permanent sod. Several fact-
    not even a gets per Beef and beef cattle continueto
    hint about the crisis of survival will face if Overhaul of our anti-trust laws to slash the lon. Ford studies have indicated The sturdy live oak, once be of much Interest in our ors should be considered If you
    you
    ourcountry's powers for inflation in the hands of giant corporationsand that the 1975 model will used by shipbuilders for its Now is time plan to grow ryegrass Start
    leadership does not call its best area. a good to
    on brains to knees" (the part where
    labor unions. miles by selecting fertile soils
    11 that
    average per gallon,
    look at our production pro-
    workable
    develop and fair
    anti-inflation policies and and "an 18 per cent loss in the limbs join the trunk to are naturally moist but not
    does not the form a natural joint), is grams and adjust them to
    get up to the
    courage pursue essential performance is anticipated, apt to be flooded
    Changes in quotas and tariffs to encourage more famous for being hardy self- make sure that we are getting for extended
    measures, no matter how MacDonald
    unpopular some might be. Mr. says. from periods. Get a soil sample
    foreign sales, and competition here. sufficient, relatively disease- maximum production to determine
    each animal and acre we have. lime and fertil-
    free, for being beautiful and
    all of this is to
    Infuriating as izer
    "Galloping inflation to these (older) Americansmeans for "providing an abundanceof Since cattle are ruminants, needs. Select a variety
    Complete modernization of our archaic cost. the consumer, the automobile that Is adapted to
    the tremendous our growing
    death of all dreams of shade." they require am-
    decent living boosting farm to supermarket practices which manufacturers make a profiton ounta of feed. Feed costs are conditions Plant 20 to 30
    conditions and independence in older all of that federally required -
    years. the the pounds of seed per acre dur-
    and lower
    result in to
    higher prices consumer
    Tree
    plantingefforts are
    destruction of the work of whole lifetimes. increases gadgetry. And the ing the period of October 1 to
    returns to the farmer. encouraged by the Division
    in social giant gasoline companies are November
    security payments and in private pensions 15th. Begin your
    virtually pumping money as especially for south Florida estate developerscommunityplanners
    simply cannot keep pace with the inflation and where future need civic and rotational grazing program
    runaway used the increased ever groups
    which has It's time to get our senior citizens off the White they when the ryegrass is 3 to :5
    cursed the Nixon Inde- arises. commercial nurseries.Bare .
    years demand to choke out Inches tall.
    House "enemy list pendent competition, mani- root live oak stock for
    .
    pulate prices, and ustlfy spe- Offered with the live oaks bulk planting may be ordered .
    cial tax "incentivesAs will be a limited quantity of from now until November 1. In addition to talking about
    redbuds.-priced at $30 per The seedlings will be shipped producing animal feeds, I
    .9.RLQti thousand bare root. during winter*Distributionof should also mention that it
    tg "Although seldom would an homeowner packets is is a good time to think about
    5tt F a result, the profits of the Individual homeowner want a handled during special sales and plan to produce some food
    AAivE t.r4.A frip4 oil giants were up 27 per cent thousand live oaks or even 500 set up in each area of the for yourself this fall.There is
    MFM6Er (the minimum charge statenot by advance order.
    N on the average during the first still time to plant a variety
    quarter of this year, and some regardless),in they will be Dates when these sales will be of vegetables in a fall garden.
    1aTa over 50 available homeowner held are announced later in
    of them were up per Some folks are having diff
    jo- BOB G. FERGUsON:: : JOHN M. M1L ..ER cent. On June 18, 1973 the seedlings packets which will the winter. ) iculty preparing their garden
    be sold the
    throughout state by
    revealedthat
    New York Times soil because of the
    Publiihers recent
    Published each the created fuel shortagehad Division of Forestry per- Applications for orderingtree rains
    Thuraday'and entered and wet
    Second
    as Class Matter conditions. If
    the Post Office
    at at Starke. sonnel, beginning in seedlings be obtained -
    Fla. under Act of March 3, 1879. boosted cumulative priceson may you have plans for a fall gar-
    gasoline by as much as $5 December Bethea said. from your den and would like to have '
    Subscription rate in trade area: $6 per year: 3.50 six. months, billion a year. 1 local Division of Forestry a good vegetable production

    964-6305 Outside trade area: $7 per year: 14.00 six. months. Starke Fla. The bulk quantities are 'Office in the County in guide, call or come by Your

    -Fred Johnson intended to fill requests the Agricultural; Building County Agenta Office in St-
    S. Church St Starke on US-301 North.
    307 Division receives from real arke and ask for Circular 104.S .



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    14 TELEGRAPH August 9



    . Legal J Notices CLASSIFIED :

    In The Circuit! Court Of The So o; th t 1'h"....'. t 4 SOS for Petitioner
    u gas 74 u& nu. e NETFI' WAYNE CRAY husband Attorneys I
    Judicial i county case No. 73-184 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
    Circuit In And
    Eighth
    containing 25 acres more or whose address is 142 West
    and VICTORIA DEAN IN RE
    : The Marriage of REGISTER FICTITIOUS
    For Case Bradford No. 73 205.County, Florida. less, EXCEPT AND EXCLUDING GRAY, wife. GERALD WAYNE SMITH, Petitioner NAME Call Street, P. O. Box 1086. FOR SALE ) :
    thereof and
    any part lying NOTICE OF SUIT- Starke. Florida 32091.
    and MARIANNEM.
    is
    AGNES N. RAWLS Plaintiff Notice hereby given thatthe
    within road right;( of way. NO PROPERTYTo SMITH Respondent. file the (original with the Clerk
    -vs- ELSIE GREEN HEN- You and each of you are noti- VICTORIA DEAN undersigned Robert J. of the above-styled Court on ,
    : NOTICE OF
    DRIETH, et. al., Defendants. fied that a suit to quiet title to 509 GRAY SUIT Mead and Anzle B. Mead, or before August 21, 1973-
    Vassar
    TO
    NOTICE OF SUIT Street Dothan, : MARIANNE M. SMITH Ft 1 Box 406 X, Melrose, LOT*- Zoned lor mobile homes end LINOLEUM PLODS Covering 6 X 9.
    the above described be
    otherwise
    property Alabama. Address Unknown. Fla. 32666 intends to a Judgment may houin Several subdivisions to choou 3.'* 9 Ie 12, (S.98 12 X I 17, 111.30
    TO QUIET TITLEIN has been filed against you and You are hereby notified that YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED engagein from.OnIy59Sdown. Monthly p.ym.nti til.30 12 x 15 onlyt1493 Many pat.
    business under the fictit- .
    THE NAME OF THE you are required to serve a copyof action entered against you for the to lull your budget Ph. 4M.1551 or 964 tern end color Dahm.r's Discount ftWC
    STATE OF FLORIDATo your answer to the Complaint an for dissolution of that an action for dissolution ious name Santa Fe Meadows relief demanded In the Petition. 8331. ttchg

    the Defendants on the complaint on the Plain marriage has been filed of marriage has been Rt. 1 Box 406 X, Melrose WATION'I

    ELSIE GREEN HEN- tiff's attorney, Lester Makofkaof against you Victoria Dean filed against you and you are Fla. 32666 and that WITNESS my hand and the NOW HAVBdiamond needles for any House VACUUMS
    Gray and you are requiredto required to serve a of model Stereo playerDehmer'l Many brand of new vacuum |39.00
    DRIETH, ELLEN GREEN Law Offices of Robert G. copy they will register said name seal of said Court on the nth make or up.
    TISDALE, AUGUSTA GREEN, Alexander, 1409 Barnett Bank serve a copy of your writ- your written defenses, if any with the Clerk of the Circuit day of July 1973. Discount Haute, fiche Used Repairs machine all makes from Part 110.and ax".r'Acce.
    GREEN ESTER ten defenses if any to it, to it on SHAW & KOFELOU- Court Bradford County Florida .
    HATTIE Building Jacksonville Florida Gilbert S. BrownAs series for all vacuum Built In central
    GREEN WILLIAMS, ARTHUR on the plaintiff's attorney SOS. Attorneys for Petitioner Robert J, Mead and An- Clerk said Court FOR SALB Like new large.Royal type vacuum cteanlnsystem.. 711 N. Main
    and file the in
    32202 the
    original writer. Only SlOO Call 473 1127 or 473-
    whose Oalnetvllle n6
    and whose -
    COLE, JOHN COLE, JR., name address Is address is 142 West zle B. Mead, owners. Dated Beulah mo.---
    office of the Clerk of Circuit By: M. Moody 2102. Itchg I 9
    Dudley P. Hardy P. O. Drawer Call Street P. O. Box -------
    1086.
    RUTH MAY COLEY, SANDRA Court before this 7th day of July 1973. Deputy Clerk
    on or September 3
    GRAY 730 Starke Florida, 32091 Starke. Florida, 32091 and 8/2 ------------ TRADE OR SELLHydroplane
    DAVIS, MARY GREEN 7/12 4tp First Publication
    1973otherwise the :July 19,1973
    ANN LOU DAVIS, HANNAH allegationsof and file the original with the file the original with the Clerk 7/19 4t 8/9 12-five piece place settings, for good used air condition.Come
    GREEN, OBEDIAH GREEN, the Complaint will be takenas clerk of the above styled courton of the above-styled Court on Lenox "Cretan"china. Half price see RR No. I, Box 359 Kingsley
    confessed.
    JR., JERRY GREEN, BOOK- This Notice shall be publishedonce or before August 30, 1973: or before August 27, 1973, In The Circuit Court of die almost new. Phone 9648948.tp Lake. $tp'OR

    ER T. GREEN, SAMUEL each week for four otherwise a Judgement may otherwise a Judgement may be Eighth Judicial Circuit: Florida Notice of Adoption of AM-FM--'

    GREEN, III, ISAAC GREEN secutive weeks in The Bradford con- be entered against you for entered against you for the ;: In and For Bradford Resolution of Board of County FOR$19 95 SALE and up.Good Coleman'used tewing* Sewing machine Center' radio SAtEKCA like new. 964-5161.Stereo 1tp
    the relief
    and OSCAR GREENif County Telegraph. demanded in the relief demanded in the Pe- County. Case No. Commissioners Closing and ,.. 8312. tfchg

    alive, or if dead, to his or her DATED this 27th day of July, complaint or petition. tition. IN RE: The Marriage of Abandoning Portions of ------------

    unknown heirs, devisees, 1973. WITNESS my hand and the WITNESS my hand and the MARION HAWKINS DeCANIO Unused Streets in Lincoln Cityas FOR SALE- Coastal Bermuda

    legatees or grantees: and all Clerk of Circuit Court seal of said Court on July seal of said Court on the 20th Petitioner, and MICHAEL De- Per Plat Thereof RecordedIn FOR and SALB take-up 1973 payment Honda 500. Low. 4 cyl mileage, t300 hay $1 per bale. Call 485-5801.

    other persons or parties Bradford County, Florida 13, 1973. day of July, 1973. CANIO, JR. Respondent. Deed Book I, Page 177 In Eqpt with a lot ol extra Call 743 2127 or lip
    under or Gilbert S. BrownAs GILBERT BROWNAs NOTICE OF SUIT Section 6 South. 473.2102. Jlchg. I 9
    claiming by, through, By Virginia F. Darby 32 Township ------------
    against them and to All Clerk Clerk of said Court TO: MICHAEL DeCANIO, Range 22 East, Bradford .-
    Deputy By: Dorothy MooreAs Clerk of Said Court FOR SALE General Electric TV for FOR SALE- Large 3 dozen
    now
    parties or persons having or (Court Seal) JR., Address Unknown. County Florida, and Dis eggs
    title Deputy Clerk By: Donna M. Branson You notified thatan of select DAHMER'S DISCOUNT, black I. $1.95. Waters Market Place, 301
    claiming any right, or 8-2 4t 8-22 Clerk are hereby claiming any Right County white or color Btchg 9.13
    interest in and to the following (Court Seal) Deputy action for dissolution of and The Public In and To The South. Itp

    described property, situated in 7/19 4t 8/9 marriage has been filed Land Lying Within The FOR SALE New 3 bedroom brickveneer ------------
    Bradford County, Florida In The Circuit Court Eighth First Publication: July 26, against you and you are required ConfinesThereoL ,2 bath,living room,kitchen and
    Judicial Circuit of FloridaIn 1973. dining area Good location Financing FOR SALESALE- 2 Mobile
    to of TO WHOM IT MAY CON
    In The Circuit Court of Tho 8/16 serve a copy available Call Buford Mitchell,964 6853 Home like new on 2 lots near
    East 3/4 of the North H of and For Bradford County. 7/26 4t written defenses if CERN: \
    Southeast V4 of Northwest CIVIL ACTIONIn Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida your KOISELOU1 any.to ttchg Post Office in Ftaiford. Phone 431-
    4 it on SHAW & Notice is hereby given that on
    and the Southwest *,* of re: The Marriage of KEN- In and For Bradford August 6, 1973 in accordancewith FOR SALE Registered Angus Bull 1036 or 431-1O57. t Itp
    Calves you pick one now, will be ------------
    Sections 33609 through weaned Oct. I. J. B. White Phone 944.

    336.12F'lorlda Statutes, theBoard 6114. tlchg A. J. Thomas-Realtor
    1 of County Commis- 964-6162

    Utnnii sioners of Bradford County, I

    PiroLes Florida, adopted a Resolution $ 4000 Handy Man Special
    Nxlxe AUTOMOBILESUSED
    closing, vacating and aban-

    NIIAWNI doning portions of the here- $9,0002BR, I Bath, Frame
    inafter described streets lying

    and being in Lincoln City $15.6003BR Ibath, Block
    Subdivision, as per plat thereof -

    recorded in Deed Book I, POD SALE 196' Ford LTD. Good con. $/7.5O03BR, Corner Lot
    Page 177, in Section 32, ditlon Only 1900. for a good buy Cell
    473 2127 or 473 2102. 2tchg a 9
    Township 6 South, Range 22 $18,750Large Frame- Terms
    I East, and described as lying

    I Ie within the confines of the following $38,000 4 BR One and 1-2
    AD RATES
    property, to-wit: CLASSIFIED Acres
    Portions of WashingtonStreet Deadline for Insertion Tuesday -

    between Block 2 and ---- --- --
    Noon preceding Thursday
    MEN'S SAY [ 16y /f1 SAVI13% Block 11 and between Block 1 before publication 40Acres1 COLORADOPLUS

    (FAMOUS MAKER SAVE 24% SAVE 33% fl ANGEL SOFT and Block 11, and between the Minimum Charge $2.00

    I WALK SHORTS WOMEN'S jr.ANS QUILTED VINYL +t o' FOAM PAPER NAPKINSGARMENTBAGS southern terminal of Lake (Covers 15 Words) Nearby River Front Lot
    BED PILLOW
    ( Street and Block 11, together
    r; WA5 with all of Lake Street and Each word over 3!. lOt Package deal, :all for

    WA5 a, mJt11L1it1i1 \ Railroad Avenue that lies east All Classified( Ads must be $9,7591595! down, $95

    Sou o. SxPf cr 6 w4s 3 96 YY..7f ..... JTO of Block 1, east of the eastern paid for in advance unless monthly owner financedat

    6.0o PAY UP TO o :',{:.r .,. Fluffy and moth, WAS 31tf7x : terminal of WashingtonStreet you have established account 6 per cent. Buy your

    100"-cotton 54" 19"x 1 3".S tur d y ed g 'j ''' 1 proof.Odorless 250 count. One and east of Lots 1 and 4 with, the Telegraph in ranch and fishing spot In
    fa PAIR'n' denim, Popular I durable construction. 4 a Block Lincoln the Cool Rocky Moun-
    0 ids and Nonollergenic.Printed ply ((13.127"). of 11, City Sub that event JO* estra chargefor
    styling. Full length heavy : "A Mile and -
    Wide sel cottonticking. Assortedcolms. division, Bradford County billing Not responsiblefor tains. a
    Many colors / duty construction. and Florida. Half High In the ColoradoSky.
    af polyester While pink errors when given
    over
    Sues 8 16 Heavy gauge vinyl .".
    and renouncing and
    blends, 29-42. f in assorted colors. yellow. the phone or when copy is
    disclaiming any right of the
    b not typed and brought to STEED
    County and Public in and to
    '
    I SAVE 137.
    _.:\ J SAVE 3676 the land lying within the con- the office. 911 W. 10th
    WOMEN'S SHIRTS
    t fines of the said aforede- Amarillo Texas 79101
    MEN'S l J!) WAS jpDiWINDSHIELD Bamboo scribed lands. 806-376-8690
    Em '
    FAMOUS MAKER xU" WASHER Dated this 6th day of Pay For Classified

    DRESS PANTS SAVE 11% August, A. D., 1973.
    100"4 nylon. Short t i; Ads In Advance

    ra sleevea.Beautilul Y A'OKWIKKOVER v Rakes Board of County Commis- Increased costs have madeIt

    colors. S 1L wINDsHIELO ppFeafl sioners of Bradford County, necessary for this newspaper MISCEllANEOUSWILL
    WAS 4F16
    WASHER Florida.By to clarify Its present

    YOU'd. Expect s Cuts road file Gilbert S. Brown, rules and adopt new ones for

    to Pay Up To Dtitwm peer Improves visibility SSC Clerk of said Board (Official the publication of classified

    14 00 a Pair w21IT1 1 Quart. Seal\) It 8-9 i advertisements In Its col' -
    urn... Keep children In my home 5
    blends. (k )18' selfodnajive All advertisements of this days a week. Phone 964-5871 2p.m

    Permanent Press \ dacarafwn.Stirka plastic NOTICEMr. nature must be paid In advance til 6pm. Itp

    Superbly tailored ti to ofmast an/, r v unless an established ------------
    of finest fabrics monthly account l Is maintained -
    by Nation's Na 1 aleondry sudace. Leon Ellington has with this newspaper EVERY make electric carpet
    i"I Stain resistant. c made to the Brad- shampooer does a better jab
    Maker in 1 l. H :; Application Mailing ami. bookkeeping..
    30 42, L ford County Zoning Board for costs have advanced, making with famous Blue Lustre. Dev-
    SAVE 327.WOMEN'S reclassification of the property It necessary to make this rick Inc., 301 E. Call St..
    SAY 14% 31%
    CANVAS SNEAKER SAVE 14% described below .dJu.tment. 9646163.
    j from
    SAVE 33%
    YOUR CHOICE/
    I i 4 PIECE BEVERAGE SET Rl-A to OR. It Is much preferred that
    1 1 8, PLASTICASSORTMENT ALUMINUM ICE CUBE TRAYS
    NE 1-4 of SW 1-4 of Sec. 14, classified advertising be MOBILE HOME MOVING. Also mobile

    _\ WAS 11I Twp. 8 South, Rge 22 E. placed In person rather than home hurricane anchoring & mobile
    Cushioned ar by telephone home root coating Olln' Mobile Home
    innersole and ,24Qg This change in classificationis so as to avoid
    Service 9445404. Rt 100 W. Starke Fla.tfchg .
    "'
    .
    nonskid solaolors White and errors. 1dog's
    to '
    Wild flower design. Tawny subject a public hearingto
    Sues 5 to 10. f Aluminum tray comes with plastic be held
    i l i,44' sham bottom. 12 ounce si 18. on Tuesday, August
    WAS insert. Makes 14 cubes.
    28th at 7:30 PM in the
    A.40 Quart Feated : County WANTED TO DENT ONE OR TWO
    "\ 'Commission room at the blood stream. BEDROOM UNFURNISHED HOUSE

    ... SAVEl Wait Basket, vAtUUaBOYS' + SAVE 15% Bradford County Court Houseat When a mosquito bites BY Sept I I. Reply to THB. Drawer A,

    .i-: .j/ PANTS v. c I YefiaWavdtada. eitANER BA65 VACUUM which time all persons such a dog, some of these Starke Itp
    B Col
    Ion
    (xt & Garbou CLEANER interested shall be heard for small worms may be drawn

    L'-/ Con Whtta lid, BAGS or against the proposal, as into the mosquito where WANT 0-Wed furniture refrigerator,
    avocado can. they washer*.-Dahmer'* Discount Houetfcng .
    specified in the Zoning Code of continue to
    In
    CluahelLaunSAVE { SAVE 18% Bradford develop. about

    27% dry Bosket. C UTILITY LANTERN County. two weeks they become Infective .
    John Torode
    __ Chairman
    c- ,
    STEAM CLEANING of all
    Engine
    75 i cotton. WOMEN'S SANDALS Heavy duty BAGS25's larvae, and when the
    "" WAsM.If>t Bradford County Zoning type, automotive. farm machinery
    WAS
    platNewitker
    polyester
    WAS Board mosquito next bites another Boyd Service, Ph. 94 S1S9 tfchg
    Zipper 4 bags to a box. Ir21 III
    the
    1r dog, tiny worms enter
    closure, Half Fit all Famous 2tp 8-16
    SAVI 37% 4 that dog and to the
    migrate .
    LOSE WEIGHT
    Maker lately and fast with X II
    boner waist Covered heel with buckled' eras r lantern
    Utility 2 "D"
    4sar S.T.K Made vf'ctms., uses e heart. One dog may have several Diet Plan 13 00. REDUCE Excels
    col
    Popular side strap 2 fashion styles in GAS cell batteries. Not included) Fluid with X-Ptl. (3 00. Money Back
    ors, I- ] white and 7-tone. Sizes S--10. I TREATMENT filter I" paper. worms at one time. Guarantee at Koch Drug ntp III

    WAS If your dog has been Infected -

    SAVEI "wPr2131i SAVE 437. ;I' ....i SAVE 147w FLORIDA six months or more, a
    _.. simple blood test performedby
    WILDLIFE
    l "
    BOYS' SHIRTS It '
    GLAS H l>* fiefrf off(*>! MEN'S AND I .. --i: FIRESIDE your veterinarian will t HELP WANTED J
    WOMEN'SSUNGLASSES :.r I SNACK& PARTY COMMENTS ON TNI
    (
    nfluMENT goon. >Ti vne5 ++ V'r-. usually tell the story If only

    y + .o i pine oi'fmt rfrtv I .... CRACKERS OUTDOORS recently Infected, one test
    rl : SAVE 177. Cl tearte, Carburetor r1r #1
    ; S' r and engine. 8 Ox I II By might not discover the para

    ,, "- polyes MEN'S 'KNIT KICKERS' .. i ___ Or O E. Fry, Jr. site. A second test six months HELP WANTED FLA Sheriff Boy
    tar 15" cot ['i,; Director Ranch Couple a challenging opportunity
    WAJM15
    l1n
    It later would be
    wAS recommended.The to work with dependent children,
    'on Shor SAygly% Assorted sizes, 1 3 single packs good alarm' .
    / GAME AND FRESH WATER effect of heartwormon housing furnlhed Need
    ,: sleeves Se y EAGLE HD30 shapes and designs I. J for long lasting couple Minimum age 24. with no children .
    Washable FISH COMMISSION a dog will depend a great
    lectionofcol Polyester Gnu keep Impact .1. !:" freshness. Fin at home.
    ors end patterns then shape Assorted colors ', MOTOR OIL resistant lens. t-! .":.: i est ingredients. deal on the life style of the Write.or call Bob Boeckel Boy Ranch

    i. 16 and styles Sizes, 7. 12 a, 'f1vA'rd ... Net Wt. 11 Oz. TALLAHASSEE-The dog animal and the number of Night-Fl. 32060 904 142 Telephone 261 S. 904 141 5501.

    $x'23 b' p 9' days of summer are upon us. worms being harbored. A Girl villa- Jim Erettlngen Phone 113.
    0 ".... To many sportsmen, this Is a 533.5150, Night 533 95)1.Jtchs .
    SAVE 18% SAVE 19% hunting dog, or other animal | 9EXPERIENCED

    MEN'SDRESS ''), 1005 pus."Hrginde .deter- t t 9 ra, v _2 PLAYER! time for fishing and boatingor used to plenty of exercise can -
    high I' br ,
    SHIRTS '' gent ail mode for y- t BADMINTONthemodem.ngioe perhaps a camping trip or be rendered almost Invalid by TEACHER-

    SET so with the family. The bird heartworm. Dogs have died as Opening progressive nursery

    am Cewi! .as it luQuaru> dogs or hounds are kenneledup a result of the parasite, and school for children between age 2
    SAVE 24% i w br4catu",1 SAVE 25 \1 WAS and aside from an occasional and 6. Pro school Instructions
    r III even a light case In any dogs
    WAsM1' MEN'S CASUAL SHOES a ; t 9V' PLAYGROUND BALLS I ''i,I .Hf exercise run are on"vacation" can cause Irreversible damageto given daily. Limited enrollment.Call .

    Short sleeves I wAS avrwe'3d too. for Interview 964-8404. Itp
    r Five set includes heart and liver. _
    ( Elm .. piece ---------- -
    65"35"polyester (,\ l two rackets.Stropes.pronts. But the dog days are more The first symptom of Infection -
    cotton shuttlecocks than just the high temperature -
    two YOUNG MAN17
    f may be a chronic years or over
    of loafers
    Choice slipon or Decorated with one net and rules. mark of the year to dish
    run
    various design machine
    Sizes, S, M, L. o ford style. Cushioned crepe I cough or tiring easily during a pump gas
    XL. 14'i-17' sale. Brown vinyl uppers.7-12. in solid colors. Fun for 0111 I 1 they can be the source of run. Your regular veterinariancan and Janitor work. Must be reliable.Home's .

    r serious illness or even death make the blood test and Restaurant" 301, Lawtey.lip .

    SAVEI SAVI27% to a dog. The source of this Is '
    SAVE 21% SAVE 36% : will prescribe the medicine.In .
    : ------------
    GIRLS' BRYLCREEM HAIR DRESSING heartworm. The heartworm Is
    GIRLS' ,.- the case of an infected

    COTTON SHORTS TANK TOPS ANTISEPTIC'LISTERINE' -." ..- 3 OZ wasi' w-tft: a worm-a parasite that livesin animal the removal of heart- MANAGER bu.lne... Prior WANTED perience In For a management local'

    ..... the heart area of a dog and worms is accomplished by a position' desirable Prefer young

    t/ wYtmWtT causes damage to heart tissue, series of shots over a short man with desire to grow with a new
    "AS butlnes Send resumes to Telegraph' P.
    blood vessels and the liver.
    ;.1-e5" term, normally two days, O Drawer A, Sterke Fla M09I. tfchg
    p wukfi' "'"
    WAS Jt 117 _ SAVI26% SAVI24% Cats may also be Infected with follow-up medication.

    :wr + Half 100 5 carton boner ( 1 005 nylon.: Kills germs by JOHNSON'SBABY till((( 1J PEARL DROPS with the heartworm as well as If test indicate your dogs HELP WANTEDNow taking appllca
    I Sleeveless.Scoop
    ,
    waist, with =- nsck. L1n1t2 millions on con i OIL eeAPrL TOOTH. POLISH foxes and other mammals.As don't have heartworm we'd Restaurant ions for 4rchg waitresses I 2 Garden

    cuffed legs.Brightcolors.. l Button trim tact. 14 ounce. WAS tootx was with many parasites, suggest preventive medicine

    I I J Coordinated .J.d1 ntI c: t J this one Is transported by an A check-up now will assure HELP WANTED- Payroll clerk. E.perlence .

    I 3/6X, 7/14. Ilropes.7/1/. 10 01 1.5 OZ. insect, In this case the mos I that your dogs will be fit In person helpful at but Lake not necessary Butler Apparel. Apply

    _ _ _
    --,..... quito. An adult female heartI I and ready for the field when Company. or call -'3401. jtchg 12

    IF.:r'OU'llE"mJ'I'SJroPPI f : '> NG worm will be about ten to I the season opens and savea
    USE OUR CONVENIENT AT EAGLES twelve inches long and In a
    FLORIDA I lot of personal grief for you WANTEDLady companion to
    i YEAR ROUND FAlffi* SCaBNT.STORE, YOU'RE NOT STARKE .j dog will give birth to microscopically I IS well as pain and sufferingfor live in. Light house work. Refer.

    LAYAVUY PLAN.. SAVING MONEY I PHONE 964-7513 small worms which | a good hunting companion. ences.6069 for Mrs.appointment E. K. Perryrnan, 964-

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    FOR RIENT12' wide ------------------
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    MBILP...ch WANTED..r.for grades Qualified I I.J,and 3,Chrlitlmt Call' 461'n. outside city llmltt, J. B.White.mobile Ph.homes 964. INTERESTED IN BUYINGOR JIMMY MOORE'S FREE
    1666 Ne tfchg 4114. if no eniwer f44421f or SELLING? & m PLASTERING t Phone 964-6061 SSSJgSS1
    t'chg "4."52. H
    ---=pton-Pie.- ----- CONTACT s.. Spins efi AND DRY WALL, Inc. ij ESTIMATES

    CUBB Economic Agency, RENT BRADFORD LEASe Mobil.Home,space, MORE BOAT FOR Phone 782-3578 Or 7823896P.O.
    Inc., is accepting ap- furnished(30 PARKCltyw".r. sewer GEORGE ROBERTS YOUR MONEY
    monthly(300 yearly. At
    Box 605 Fla.
    Lawtey,
    plications for Project Bradford Motel N
    Temple Ave Stchg B- Stark. Ph. 964.5791pla.Outboard WELLS ELECTRIC SERVICE
    Director for Full Year 30 REAL ESTATE
    Head Start Program In HARDCOAT STUCCO (Eeubluhed 1949)
    Charles Zlpp.r.r :: ... & Stem
    Clay, Union, Baker
    and Drive Service and Repel 744 N. Thompson, Stark
    Bradford Counties. Must FOR RENT-bedroom furnished Wayne Douglas SIMULATED BRICK I
    have ability to maintain house. Adults only. No pets. Call Associates Complete; Fiberglass' Repair 24 years of Fast Service Fair Pr/cesand
    records and write reports; 4855611. lip Custom built Fiberglass "We Make House Calls "
    PHONE make
    S67826 ;; ;
    Workmanship us It !
    Quality
    supervise and train per- ------ ----- Fishing Boah.MAITIN ; prove
    sonnel work with 421 W. I3t-9/6
    ; chil- MADISON ST.
    FOR ....
    RENT- 12x60
    dren; Implement and Mobile Homein -- ----------------
    maintain curriculum for Lawttjy, 2 bedrooms and a-c.
    pre school disad- Call 782-3655 or 964-6214. Itp
    vantaged children in ac- ------------ RileyPaving CAMPERS rrrBTTiT'o"a"o"5ToTrr ToTryra" l' a OLINS MOBILE HOME SALESHWY.
    cordance with HEW FOR RENTTWO BEDROOM U.S. 90 We.t. Lake City ;'\
    100 W. PH. 964-5606 Z
    Guidelines and FURNISHED APARTMENT. 202 rt
    ; must be Phon. 752-3723 HELP WANTEDNo
    willing and able to work North Broadway. $tp CoDriveways For B..t Election Of Special Double Wide ,
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    with all related ---
    Degree In childhood groups. FOR RENT- Two BEDROOM TRAVEL TRAILERS Experience Necessary, Steady Work, Summer Clearance Sale
    education social work, MINI-HOMES
    and-or TRAILER ON West Market Road Fringe Benefits Everything priced to sell
    psychology related
    fields or equivalent experience Starke.Haisten.Phone 964-7460, S. W. Parking LotsDay4732127 TRUCK CAMPERS Mobile Home New & Used Furniture
    Itp AND TOPPERSFull APPLY AT
    desired. Salary ------------ H I ll herb Mon -Set.! Noon Dark On Sundays 4/73

    starts Submit at written$7.200per resume year.to FOR RENT- Trailer on Griffis Lin.Of Parts And NATIONAL PROTEIN INC. I

    CUBB Economic Agency, Loop. Call after 5 p.m. 9648816. Nights 473-2102 Service TFre. I T-

    Inc., Post Office Drawer Itp Road 21 Hampton Fla. FACTORY HELP NEEDEDOwen
    2
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    970, Starke, Florida 32091, --------
    .P.O. Drawer F .. MONDAY THRU FRIDAY
    by September I I. 1973. United Farm ,
    AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY 8:00: A.M. TO 5:00: P.M.
    EMPLOYER. Keystone Agency, Inc of Florida, Inc. needs dependable, able ,
    Hgts., 1
    E An Equal
    HOUSE Opportunity Employer
    FOR SALE
    ---------- 3eg. Real Estate Broker bodl.d factory help. Ho expert tnce necessary. I

    WANTEDOne youth Flu. Paul & Irene Faulkner OOOOB P np oji fl BoeoflOtBQ a 8 gJUJUUJ *E Steady work overtime, fringe benefit

    between age 16 and 17 as TF Associates ,
    Office Aide 28 hours per HOUSE FOR SALEOwner is
    week at CUBB Economic George Mondick, 522 W. AdkinsSt. 206 S. Water Street IF YOU ARE WILLING TO WORK APPLY AT ,

    Agency's Conduct and Starke, Quick sale. Phone 964- -S SAVE $1 Starke, Fla. 964-5065 Bills C.B. Radio & Equip
    Administration Office. 5005. Itp :
    Must be willing to attend WANT TO SELL OR 321 N TEMPLE AVE : OWEN JOIST
    ------------
    classes at least six hours FRED DAVIS RUY REAL ESTATE? STARKE. FLA
    week in Call Us For Best Prices I
    per approved
    BUICK
    PONTIAC
    school situation;; adult I ,1 l Acres CMC TRUCKS Prospects Waiting HOME OF "MAGNETIC SIGN CO." AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

    school education or ,any vocational school set I Joins City Limits E A LITTLE RIDE CAN tlehg Lincoln City Road Monday through Friday II I

    by Vocational Rehabilitation 2 Paved roads SAVE YOU A LOT" DISCOUNTS ON ALL C.B. RADIOS NOW I

    employed counselors.by Will State be BILL POWELL 1 Grade GREEN COVE SPRINGS 5173 LONG CHAMPHome DUE TO DEVALUATION OF OUR DOLLAR. 7:00: A.M. To 5:00: P.M. t

    Department of SOON GO UP BUY NOW & SAVE I _
    Community BROKER PRICES WILL ------------- -
    Affairs as NYC out
    and Building
    of-school employee. This 964-6464 533-2208 PEARSE SIMPSON COURIER
    "Maters als PINEHURST
    position is not a part of the
    Summer NYC Pro- WE BUILD JOHNSON, COBRA PACE, AND
    gram. Apply at Neigh- INSURANCEAT Grocery And Variety StoreWE
    borhood Service Center, REDUCED RATES FIAT "Your Plans Or Our ROBYN C.E. SETS
    RJE Building Starke, or AUTO, FIRE BOAT Your Lot Or Our.." HAVE MOST COMPLETE
    CUBB Office, 136 N. Sales Parts Service NOTHING SOLD RETAIL
    Temple Avenue, Starke, DOYLE E. CONNER New and Used FREE ESTIMATES FABRIC AND NOTIONS SHOPIN

    weekdays between 8 am INSURANCE AGENCY R.mod.llng Ropair. STARKE
    and 4p.m. tchq USED IMPORT CARS
    hour. Rules Salary governingwork $1.60per Additions Also Complete Line Of Hardware & Drapery Supplie
    HAl flED AUTO
    Homes Bought Sold
    performance and Star. Hours 7.11
    POULTRY EQUIP OF .IMPORTS Traded Hwy. 100 East
    benefits same as those INC. 7 Days a Week
    Of Stark.
    .,. established by Florida ALL KINDS.R. 509 E. Unlver.ltyCalnnvlll..3724373 ACREAGE FOR SALE SLEEPING SICKNESS M.fT.Ll .ndChrt.tln. D... T.....
    Personnel Board for state
    'K-US3
    employees, an equal opportunity Tr VACCINES
    employer Q. Simmons Hwy. 301 S. Stark. T"

    Ir.Rr Equip Co. AVAILABLE NOWAt IIIPP (JtfSj l TRACTOR CO.

    t FOR RENT j 317 E Brownl. St. CARL BEGGS MILLEI Ir... T.I.phon.372.3464
    Gulf Service A&K Feed Store
    Stark., Fla. FARM f MACHINES

    U.S. 301 N. Behind
    New & Used
    Phon. 964-6819
    FOR RENT One trailer and USEDPARTS
    house keeping room. Phone tfchg VOLKSWAGEN Tastee Freeze 964-8711 4 Mi. North on U.S. 441
    9647169. 1tp eooooooooooocoooooooothSTARKE
    New & Us.d GAINESVILLE, FLA.
    ,
    Sal. S.rvlc.WI
    PINEHURST GROCERY AND VARIETY STORE : "Where Service Is Th. Better Idea"

    Special One Week Only On : For Most Makes {Of Cars 1 Mi. North of the Mall BUILDERSA

    I GAINESVILLE Complete Building Service ....
    24 Hr. Wrecker Service -- ------
    MATERIAL Phone 964-5270 219 E. Washington St. .
    DOUBLE KNIT 11 Hwy. 301 N. Waldo Starke, Fla A&H ROOFING I

    $4.99 Now $3.99HWY Phon. 468.1998 .00" CONGOLEUM SHINYL VINYL
    ; 259 N. Bay St.
    $3.99 Now $2.99 $4.59
    Store Houri0' Mobil. Homes "Th. No Wox Floor"

    Sr.rlr 100 East e. II..U And Chr .t ne D... 7 Days A U'eelt COMPLETE SINGLES & DOUBLE WIDESEaando Comoletrlv Installed' Compare At $6.50 P... Sq. Yd. Starke 964-6680


    HOUSE Inside CLEANING/( Out On Rooms Rooms & Add BEAUTIFULLY SCULPTURED Call// Billy/// Alvarez/

    Central MachineAnd STEAM CLEAN Fr. Delivery and Set Up HI' LOW NYLON .
    100 MILE Many Color. To Choo. From A 97 SPECIALIZING.
    Mildew Paint Stripping RADIUS $ .
    E c .d F.H.A. Specification
    Tool ProductsTool Carpet Si Floor Service BANK FINANCINGHWY
    Completely tn..II.d Ov.r Rubb.r Padding Pr Sq. Yd.
    ShinglingAdd
    CALL EDDY 17 NORTH. Asphalt

    PHONE 964-8359 GREEN COVE s/73 SHAG
    Makers Machinists Ons & Repairs
    964-5771 Tel. 28450012647311 100% Continuous Fit. Nylon The Carpet With! The Now look!
    Machine Hands and ApprenticeIF Before 8 A.M. after 4 P.M. M.ny Color. To Choo. From All Work GuaranteedFor
    Compl.t. Janitorial Completely In.t.ll.d Over Rubb.r Padding P.r Sq. Yd. $7.95
    Service 0. C. C.r m Nursery 1 year.
    YOU ARE ANY OF THE ABOVE AND DESIREA
    Thousands .f Plant.
    BOYD SERVITF .....
    --- ----
    JOB AT TOP RATES. 55 HOURS WEEK. Fruit Trees, Shade Trees

    GOOD BENEFITS. Evergreens, Camellias, A.A. MEETING ................,.................................-.e....................................
    PUMPSNEW "aal.... Roses FRIDAY NIGHT
    AND A CLEAN A/C SHOP TO WORK IN. I Most in Can. Plant AnytimeLANDSCAPING Applications
    AND USED 8:30: P.M.
    23 Mi. S.E. Of Starke,
    APPLY IN PERSON AT SALES Hwy. 100 309 N. CHERRY ST. Are No..tV Being Accepted For
    PARTS Florahamo'659-2165

    . CENTRAL MACHINE SERVICED Want To Drink, That's An

    &: TOOL PRODUCTS _, and Shallow W.lls
    Your Your Business .
    I 2709 N.E. 20TH WAY

    GAINESVILLE. FLA. Plumbing SuppliesEXPERT Real Estate Want To Stop, That's Our EXPERIENCEDBusiness

    32601 SERVICEON BrokerBUY

    ALL MAKES -.SELL TRADEAPPRAISALS ; SEWING MACHINE MECHANIC

    PHONE 964.7061DURRANCE SEWING


    Call Bill Powell
    PUMP & SUPPLY CO. MACHINE Only steady full-time workers seeking
    UNCLAIMED LAY-A-WAYS 96 .M64
    Sales and Service
    Moved 5 Block North
    3 Rooms of Beautiful Contemporary 864 N. Temple Ave 24 Hrs. A Day PFAFF- ELNA Permanent Employment

    Furniture Va Paid For Out of Lay-A- New Home

    Way. Living Room Suite, Dining Suite, : WHITE Apply in Person

    Bedroom Suite, Mattress\ & Springs. ACE EnterpriseElectric $49.50 up '

    Everything in New Condition. Price

    $600. New.Your Price as Low as $359. & Plumbing all Parts other&mod Reooirs on Paid Vacation Paid Holidays Salary I OpenNATIONAL
    1 Piece Whole machines
    You May\ Buy or a
    Houseful NO DOWN PAYMENT Repairs & Service Old & Netc Work

    Required. Low Monthly Payments! Trailer Power Poles Installed


    FURNITURE CITY USA 24 lir. Service 431-1000 611 W. Univ. Av. VOGUE MANUFACTURING CO. INC. '
    Cor. E Univ. & S. E 1st 373-1456 Gainesville Fla. i
    .' Gainesville, Ra.f 431.1200 961-8220 ,
    378-1355 HIGHWAY 100 8/2-8/9 STARKE
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    LAW: T E Y B1E T rq. Mr. and Mrs. Chuckle Ron- Graceville.
    CHURCH ACTIVITIES the second week at Silver tries and family, of Columbia Joe Lock of Lexington, Ind.,
    Faith Baptist Church- Lake. On Wednesday evening with their brother. m.- in... bow S.C.spent the week with their spent the week with his
    Radio Program over WPXE their dinner guests were their and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jack uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.O. parents Mr. and Mrs. Paul
    Starke, 8 a.m. on Sundays. sons in law and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hewittof Tuesday to Thursday with after a week's visit with Mrs. Kuhne and family. J. Boyette and family.. Lock and family. Other guests
    Bible School 10 a.m. Worship Mr. and Mrs. David Barnes Tallahassee, were guests of their inlaws, Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Knight( Doyle Blackman and Miss Mrs. Karen Martinez returned were Mr. and Mrs. Charles
    and and Mr. and Mrs. their Jack Kuhne Mr.and Mrs. H.C. Harley of Sara of Ocala visited of Fort Wayne, Ind.,
    Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. son, parents Mr. and Mrs. and family.Mr. Hogue, to her home in Fort Lloyd,
    Bible School on Bible Doc- Murray White, all of Starke, Arlie Dobbs, Thursday to Sun and Mrs. Glen Shufordand Bushnell returned home A. E. Massey and other rela- Worth Texas after a week's who spent Wednesday to
    trine, Tuesday night 8 p.m., and Mr. and Mrs. Tommy day. Other guests on Saturdaywere family and Mrs. Hester Tuesday after spending the tives on Sunday.Mr. visit with her parents, Mr. and Saturday with their nephewand
    Pastor's home. Prayer Meet- Anderson, of Lawtey. their daughter in law Hicks visited her daughter weekend with their brothers and Mrs. Danny Mrs. R. E. Lee, in Lawtey and niece and familyMr.
    Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Miss Priscilla Tanner of the Mrs. Burney Dobbs, anddaughter and. family Mr. and Mrs. Bill in law and sisters, Mr. and Thompson and sons, of her grandparents Mr. and and Mrs. Vincent
    Bile Study. University of South Florida! Tammy, of Jack- Wolfe and sons, of Cape Coral, Mrs. A. Q. Smith and family Jacksonville, spent Saturdaywith Mrs. G. L. Peterson in Key- Taylor, and family of Max-
    August 12-Brother Wm. C. Tampa, spent the weekendwith sonville.Mr. over the weekend. Mrs. Hicks also of Bushnell and Mr. andMrs. their parents Mr. and stone Heights. ville, were dinner guests of
    Burkett, missionary to the her parents, Mr. and and Mrs. Fred Germanof remained for a longer visit. Richard Chesser and Mrs. Fred Moore. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Boyette their cousins, Mr. and Mrs.
    Navajo Indians, sent out by Mrs. Luelle Tanner. Islm J. J. and Mrs. Bob Mrs. A. C. Kirkland and children of Sanford. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Norman Jr. and family, and their Paul Lock and family.
    Calvary Baptist Church of Gary Thompson, of Finley, Warner and daughter of Calvin returned home from Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mobleyof and son, of Jacksonville, were mother Mrs. O. J, Boyette, of Starke
    Ashland, Ky. Faith Baptist Ohio visited his grandmother andother Scottsboro, Ala. spent: Anniston Ala. on Wednesdaywith Tampa, spent the weekend Saturday guests of their Sr., were Friday overnight spent Sunday afternoon with
    Church helps support mm, Mrs. Daisy Thompson, parents, Mr. and Mrs. guests of his relatives in the Paul Lock sons.
    will bring messages at 11 a.m. relatives recently. Leonard Norman and the Carl
    Mrs. Mae Wells and Miss Normans. Mrs. Bell
    and 3 Dinner will be
    served at p.m.the noon hour. Arthurine Blanchard visited Lemacks, Mrs. Inez Medders.and Raise Your Own Oxygen
    Miss Esther Mason, of Community Newsy daughters, and Miss Barbara

    Grace United Methodist Jacksonville, on Thursday. Weavers of Daytona 1 Plant a Tree or Shrub
    ChurchSunday School 9:45: Mr. and Mrs. Mains Griffis Beach spent the weekend .
    a.m. Worship Services 11 and family, of Palatka, spent with their aunt, Mrs. A. C. : Today One Mature Tree
    and MYF Sunday Sunday with their mother, Kirkland and Calvin.
    a.m.night at 6:30:8pm.followed by Choir Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson, and Elizabeth Givens; : Walker Mr. and Mrs. Emory Eunice Supplies Enough Oxygen
    Mrs. Daisy Boch. and family, and Susie
    Practice.Vacation Bible School at the Mrs. Rebecca Chesser of DELL, CHAPTER OES Sunday School at 930.: vices at 10 Church a.m. Morning conference ser Hilliard, visited Disney T J For A Family Of Four

    church August 13-20. Hours 9 Glen St.Mary,spent last week Dell Chapter 168 will hold its Morning service at 11. Com- vice at All 11.members are asked! World on Friday.On their way _
    from with her sisters Mrs. Mandy munion service, 6pm. All 3pm. there, they had breakfast with
    to 11:30: a.m. Ages regular meeting Thursday be
    present.
    Blackburn and Miss Barbara members 'Invited to attend. to please their father, Frank Wainwright -
    toddlers All welcome. in the
    up. are (tonight) at 8 p.m. Shade And Fruit Trees
    in went
    Wilkinson. Masonic Hall on Brownlee Baptist Church, Apopka. They
    Highland Baptist Church- Lynn Boch was a guest of Street.All members are askedto Ebenezer Davis, pastor. sighseelng at Homasassa $397
    Rev. To Choose From
    Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. Miss Sheila Elixson, of please be present. Mt. Sinai Board memberswill Tuesday Leroy night Bible Class. Springs, returning home neg.529
    Worship Services 11 a.m. and Worthington Springs, on meet Saturday,August 11, Thursday night Prayer Saturday.
    7:30: p.m. Prayer meeting Sunday. NAACP MEETINGThe in Gainesville. Meeting. Sunday School will Mrs. Bernice Swindell, of Mulch
    Miss Elizabeth Terry was a Jacksonville, spent some time Cypress
    Wednesday at 7:30: followed by NAACP meeting will be at 9:45 and will
    services :
    Monday to Thursday guest of Bethlehem Greater Allen Chapel AME begin with her son and daughter in
    Choir Practice. held August 13 at for the
    her sister, Mrs. C. E. Stricter Freewill Baptist Church 7:30: Church, Rev. B. C. Williams terminate services will be law Mr. and Mrs. S. L. CU. FT. BAG
    land, of Gainesville. Mrs.: pastor. Sunday is Youth Day. day. Regular services Swindell and sons. Or
    PERSONALSMr. members
    m We request our
    p held Sunday, August 19. $167
    and Mrs. Paul Bennett Joyce Futch was their dinner presence so that you may keepup Sunday School will begin ser- Mr. and Mrs. Jim White Cow Manure
    and daughters Rhonda and guest on Thursday and with the activities and returned home Tuesday after
    Linda Allen arrived home brought her home. work of our local, state and spend .ing several weeks 40 LB. BAG WEED
    after two weeks vacation. The Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Rosier national organization. Hampton Area NewsBy with their brothers and sisters lu FREE
    first week was spent with their and sons, of Jacksonville and Mrs. White's children in III
    daughter and family, Mr. and spent Sunday afternoon with CHURCH NEWS Michigan and other relativesin Plant Grass Seed ALL

    Mrs. Billy C. Norman, of their grandparents Mr. and Iowa. ORGANIC
    Josephine Fontaine
    Lexington S. C. After Mrs. Jim Rosier, and the Greater Bethlehem Mr. and Mrs. Wm. O'Neal N OWArgentine

    returning home, they spent Hewitt Brices. Freewill Baptist Church, Rev. spent four weeks in Salt Lake
    Jasper Williams pastor. DATES TO REMEMBER: BIRTHDAYSMrs. City Utah with their son-in- Bahia
    ibl39
    law and and
    Weekly services begin with Essie Bias was 35 daughter
    Stallings Corner Inc. Ushers Board No.2 and Choir Hampton Volunteer years old August 7. She is a children.
    No. 3 meeting Monday night. Firemen Monday evening rare young lady to admit her Mrs. O. J. Phillips returned Pensacola Bahia Ib .69
    LOUNGE Senior Choir rehearsal August 13, at the Hampton age, but she tells us she is home Sunday after spendingsome
    OASIS Tuesday night. Prayer Meet- Fire House. proud to be 35. time with her sonin -
    ing Wednesday night. Thurs- Hampton City Council Mrs. Herschel[ Parker will law and daughter Mr. and Kill Those Insects

    6 MI. S. OF STARKE day (tonight) the Ladies Tuesday evening 8 p.m., celebrate her birthday August Mrs Fate Redd, of Macon,
    Now
    Circle will meet. Prayer Band August, Hampton City Hall. 13.She is riding a threewheeler Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Redd and Buy At A Savings

    HWY. 301 will meet in Hampton at the Senior Citizens Club a present from her Earl Phillips brought her teral
    home of Mrs. Forte Friday Friday August 17, at the Old husband. home and returned home DRAGON
    PR ESGOODTHRUAUG.15THRELSKA night. Saturday dinners will Hampton School. during the afternoon. 4 LB. 5SevinDust
    10%
    Chief and Mrs. B. Watts and
    be sold from the kitchen. CITY NEWSA
    Sunday School teachers meet- hard rain storm with high family, Chief and Mrs. John ilCHLORDANE!= BAG 4LB BAG
    _
    ing will be held at 6 p.m. winds Monday afternoon, Davis and family, and Mr. and GRANULAR
    Vodka Saturday. All Sunday School RECREATIONHampton blew limbs over the streets Mrs. Wm. Brackett and
    teachers are asked to be present Senior Citizens: and also uprooted at least one family, all of Mayport, were J67 .97
    $499 QT Saturday at 6 p.m. The Hampton Senior tree. There was also a report Sunday guests of Chief and
    $4" Sunday is Youth Day. Citizen's Club met at the that a building was blown Mrs. B. McCulley and family.

    Sunday School, 9:30.: Morning regular meeting with good over. They enjoyed a cookout 72% Chlordane $497
    QT CANADIANMist service at 11. Evening Wore attendance. Hampton was in darkness during the afternoon.Jan Qt.
    During the business Wainwright, of Way-
    ship 6pm.Rev several hours Monday night
    Jasper Williams will meeting there was a report. when a line burned in back of cross, Ga., and Denise Dur- t. 50% Malathion $497
    be on vacation for a month. that the Box Supper had not the Slade house. Candles and ban, of Jacksonville, spent
    5TH been settled yet so maybe it oil lamps were seen in several several days with their grand-
    $475 New Bethel Baptist Church, will be at the next meeting./ It homes. This sort ol thing mother, Mrs. Truby Wain- SpectracideTORO

    Rev. Leroy Davis pastor was put as a motion and makes us appreciate our electric wright. Mrs. Patsy Sanders, Diaznon
    Tuesday night, Prayer Meeting carried that the rummagesale lights and especially our of Jacksonville, came down
    .
    Wednesday night, Bible be put off until after the TV as all the programs were Friday afternoon for a short 5 OZ. $ 77
    Class Church Conference will election as everyone is con- missed in Hampton visit and carried Denise home ,
    $499 i: be held Saturday at 8 p.m. cerned with that at me present with her. Mrs. Jack Wainwright -
    KENTUCKY Service will begin Sunday time. Also there was a discussion FRIENDS & NEIGHBORS of Waycross Ga., wasa Hand Propelled QT. $617
    as to the celebration of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Paladin Friday overnight guest of
    Tavern 5TH SiMLM the coming holidays. It was and family of Greenville Fla Mrs. Wainwright and carried And CONTROLS MANY
    VET NEWSVeterans decided to have a pot luck are visiting Mr. and Mrs. A Jan home with her on Satur DING
    $4" 5TH dinner for Halloween celebration H. Perry. Mrs. Paladino is the day.Mr. Self Propelled ROACHES
    There will be more information daughter of the Perrys. and Mrs. Charlie
    CANADIAN IBRD f to travelor on this later on as Mr. and Mrr.*X tatoe have Watson and family, of Mac- MowersWe
    MCMASTERSScotch CALVERT planning there is plenty of time to plan returned! frwn .m fev days clenny, were dinner guests of .
    establish residence abroad it. Punch and cookies were Mr and Mrs. Donald Wilkisonon Will Trade
    should bear In mind certain uacfcttat. Tter *h1te! same For.Any MowerRegardless
    It, limitations their to enjoyed by all then bingo wa "old Tamfauurkcin Knr Orleans Sunday.
    on rights played. The door prize was ..* ( alit they had a Of
    5TH repDL Condition
    $451 benefits says W.B. Mackall won by Bill Fontaine. The next it rainedon Mr. and Mrs. Casey Dobbs
    director of the State of Flori meeting will be August 17; good trip even though and Mrs Margaret X, of
    them most of the time.
    DON Q SEAGRAM CRAWFORD da's Division of Veterans affairs this will be the Birthday and Luke Blocker of Lowell Jacksonville, spent last week 1 LO.IDA GARDEN
    end with their Mr.
    parents
    All who
    Rum Gin Scotch For example, medical care Anniversary meeting. Mass., is visiting his sister, and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. :.
    have birthdays or anniversaries EST CENTER
    and other
    Mrs. Clara B. Clark
    IB available overseas only to during the monthare Kenny Terrell, of Gaines
    S 31 QT $425 5TH $46 5TH veterans with service conn- honored at this meeting relatives. Mr. Blocker two-weeks is ville,spent some time with his O.UOI 539 East Call St.
    ected disabilities who are American enjoying a grandmothers, Mrs. Joe
    citizens. Eligible EDUCATIONAL NEWS vacation in Hampton. Dorko and Mrs. Mae Wells. A OaMICAL W.P11.9645743

    High Balls veterans should apply to the Gene \Vigington, Counselorof
    American embassy or con- Santa Fe J Community
    TO GOr'1 sular office In the host coun-
    College will be at the Hampton

    try.Before City Hall Tuesday August
    Club Cocktails traveling outside the 21, to help anyone in this area
    United States veterans should
    who is interested in advancingtheir
    $498 Party Tyme ask for a statement his ser- education. There will be

    vice connected conditions counseling on both noncreditand
    QT 990Cocktail from the VA office which has credit courses. This will m
    his medical record.The state- include vocational, as well as
    ment should be presented to regular college courses. The
    '" Hour the embassy or consular offIce purpose of this is to help
    med- who is interested, but
    for
    with application anyone
    t 5 -7 P.M. ical benefit is unable to go to the college to

    In an emergency an eligible talk to a Counselor about the -
    L
    veteran is entitled to a VA subjects they are interestedin.
    Mr. Wigington will be at
    ------ --
    the City Hall from 9 a.m. to 3 le'
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    p.m.

    SHEILA NAITLEY ft CECIL WHITE, INVITES YOU TO
    paid hospitalization If he
    CLOSE OUT ON 1973 MODELSMario notifies the embassy or con-
    sular office within 72 hours I
    after hospitalization. Noti- ;

    fication of outpatient treat- __
    I 72x12 3 Br 2 Bath $6395 ment must be made within _
    ...
    'w ..
    15 days. MORTGAGE
    t Brookfield 64x12 3 Br CK F&R $5295 In the Phillplnes both veterans 11 IrA stn FINANCING

    with service connected 1 IA '0 qu"ilo.d proper'ownerf
    I Cresent 65x12 3 Br 11'V2 Bath $5895 disabilities and wartime veterans the FLORIDAN a_ u} j tr the MONTE CARLO L."_ mss,nj ChooM your new home from tho marl thin twenty. fam
    with non-service con 3 Bedrooms 1 Bath 3 Bedrooms 1 Bath designed models and custom-construction on your
    Creseny 65x12 2 Br FDR $5995 nected disabilities are eligible property will, bll'' almost immediately, tfl 11 simple
    for hospital care and u thtl

    Rembrandt 60x12 2 Br FK $4395 treatment Memorial Hospital.at the Veterans ITAff.] /

    Satilla 60x12 2 Br CK F&R4495 Just as Is true In the con- _______ A lllU
    t
    Monroe 60x12 2 Br FK tinental United States veter- Here are three citing. completely new Jim Welter.dftignod homes. .'larger homos for today's families., ..homos planned ,,/'SPCOeff oelet
    $4495 ans with non service connected for comfortable living But those art not the only now designs There ira eight. new modali You'll find one that's right for your n.H _
    disabilities can take advantage family .one that can be built for you almost anywhere that you own property And when Jim Walter builds your new homo, u : e4)
    Brookfield 50x12 2 Br CK F&R $3995 of this benefit, on a you'll have .the option to do tome of your own Inside "finlihing. .to save money '

    space available basis only HERE'S HOW. .
    Brookfield 50x12 2 Br CK F&R $3995 If they are unable to defray We'll build your new home, completely finishing the outside including ?. COMPLETE FACTS AND COSTS

    expenses. Retired service- FOUNDATION. ROOFING SIDING. WINDOWS. DOORS. PAINTING. FREE!
    Bath
    Vista Manor 56x24 3 Br 2 $8995 men are eligible for medical
    We'll also offer you a more completed home. You'll have options to purchase inside materials
    benefits from military hos- we WANT YOU to KNOW rut nit COST AND fuec/setf
    pitals. and installation, of. ELECTRICAL WIRING PLUMBING FLOORING. WALLS WHAT ton MONTHlY uonitacf nrumr 11'11IE WE
    DOORS & TRIM KITCHEN AND BATH FIXTURES. ALSO WANT YOU 10 KA'OWMOIADOUrx1su.fRloR
    Low Down Payments GI home loans are not avail MA/EA/AIS ASS 151 0UALIfV CONSIRUCtOM MNNOOS
    able to veterans in foreign You choose how nearly complete you want the Interior of your new home to be Th. more you do. the taie your cost will be tutu USE WIN AHIH roil HAVE me ACTS YOU
    living You can purchase and i..ItIlI.dvdu.1, option packages or have them completely installed by Jim Walter... When Jim, Welter OFc/OF" JIM WAITER SHOULD IUI10 ram HfW NOM
    countries. This restric- installs ell interior options you need only paint or paper wells, punt. the trim connect la outside utilities and. move In CAll. VISIT/ OK HMO THE COUPON to THE Hit/If ST JIM
    12 Year Financing on 12 Wides tion does not apply to veterans Either, w'". the cost can Included in your mortgage. ...d. either way. you SAVE on construction WAfIR NOMS' 'DISPLAY. PARK 10"COIIII'IETE.11I0.0'11.
    living in Puerto Rico.

    15 Year Financing 24 Wides Veterans living outside the "" --------:1' '' / ,
    on United States receive
    may Y17Ir; ; I would' lilt. .. hovo more
    compensation and pension '/ Information and the coo of I
    checks. building on my property. I !
    We will Trade Come See Mackall Uflderttand there would be
    suggests that veterans no obligation to buy and .. I
    traveling in foreign JACKSONVILLE FLA. 32216 OCALA, FLA. 32670 | that you would givme' theiefact -":" "+
    countries ought to maintain freo of chargeNAMI .
    P.O. Sox 16965
    Fairway Mobile Homes stateside mailing addressesto I I
    6227 Phillips 3001 South Pin. St -
    Insure prompt receipt of Hwy.
    ADOIIS .
    8628 Normandy Blvd. checks. U.S. No. 1 South P.O. Box 954 I CITY nATI I

    Florida Veterans who are eligible Ph. 733.3250 Ph. 622.811ft TeIep....".(t.,naif hoon) .
    Jacksonville --- -
    may attend foreign schoolsare I If.....1..,.pious.! gins directions. y: I
    approved by the VA
    If degrees.the courses taken lead, and to I'T\OPIN I' Weekdays S'tila .... OPIN'til6'MCD; |. '.w" xa "Y I,,._ -_-Co.nty.J I

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