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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 30, 1973
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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A four man race for police In 1967 Rosser lost
chief highlights the Sep- to Bobby Biggs by
N tember 11 Starke city electionin 1027607.
a battle almost certain to In 1969 Rosser
: / end in a run-off. but was defeated

The four candidates are:
Jimmy Bowen, former city n
councilman and city
policeman; Bill Chambers,
a a acting chief and veteran of the
Nab department; former Chief Bill
Rosser, and Jesse Branson,
former Macclenny policemanand
former chief of police for

Waldo.Bowen, 39, will be makinghis : I;
second try for the chief's
post. He ran third in 1971
against former chiefs Ken
?t Fuqua and Bill Rosser.
Bowen was elected to the :
city council in 1969 when he ;
defeated incumbent Gerald
Williams and Mrs. Maurice
White. He resigned his ; {
councilman post to run in the ;
., 1971 Chief's race. Jimmy ; ; I
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-Terwillegar Motors and Fuqua by 60 'votes ;
owns
several washeterias in Starke. Rosser again lost to ; t
1971, in a runoff by
Chambers, 33, was .appointed -
Acting Chief by the ,
city council when Ken Fuqua
resigned the Chief post on
June 19. Chambers has been
with the Police Departmentsince ,
1964 and this will be his
first try at city politics.

Branson, 45, has served on --J
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the Macclenny police
department and was chief of '
-- police for Waldo. He has livedin
Starke for about three v
When She Puffs, Yon Hear It. and is employed as years a
machinist in Palatka. He is yv 1?
Huffing and puffing mightily; bass player Joan Dyal the $10,500 cost of the 100 uniform! the local branch President of : 6)j( )
!prepares for the first appearance of the Bradford High Recent donations came from the City of Starke, $250:; ; the Church of Latter Day 6)A
Marching: Band set Sept. It during halftime of the BUS :Maurice Williams and the Bradford County Telegraph, Inc., Saints.
Ocala Vanguard season opener here in Starke. Daughter of $105 each; Baldwin Chevrolet-Olds and Bill and JoAnn Bill Rosser, 40, served his
Jlr.and: :Mrs.Jerry Dyal, Starke, Joan Is a four year veteranin 1'alray, $100 each, plus! donations! from Winn-Dixie, Food first term as chief in 1961
the Tornado band. Fair Rotary Club DuPont Badcock Associate! Store, A. C. when he defeated incumbent
Williams, Bradford Furniture, Supt. Jim Temple, Nancy Riley Sweat, 533517. In 1963 Jesse Branson
The band will be resplendent in new uniforms being purchased Bradley, Tax Collector: J. It. Kelly Sheriff Dolph Reddish Rosser ran unopposed. Rosser
by the Band Boosters, the school board and Tax Assessor Gene Long, Handy Way Store, County Judge won his third consecutiveterm Rosser has
donations from Individuals! and businesses, plus a bank loan. Ellie Sanders Flowers! by Larry, Merritt Williams, Jimmy in 1965 by defeating police department
in which
Businesses and individuals! have so far donated about $3.000: Bowen, Eagle DeVane, A. J. Thomas Barrett Concrete, and Ewell Lawson and James A. years one
but the Hand Boosters bunch. I is! still several thousand short of the Garden Restaurant. Sullivan.Smoothly.


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Bradford'County schools expects the enrollment to rise. that a good year was ex also on the faculty. ;
opened without a hitch Starke Elementary has a pected. Lawtey Elementary
Monday morning and all full time teacher staff of 22, Principal Dewey McKinneyof Principal Jim Duncan stated ''I '"
FootBall principals reported smooth one Title 1 reading specialist Southside Elementary that things are in real good
SEASON TICKETSNOW sailing. funded by the federal reported a "very smooth, well shape and that opening day
School Superintendent Jim government, 2 Title 1 aides, 2 organized opening day", went off very smoothly. Thereare r
Temple was pleased with the special education teachers, a Southside's enrollment is at 250 students enrolled, the --.. ...
well organized opening of the librarian, a coach, 4 teacher 520 but McKinney expects to figure down from last year's '
ON SALE AT county schools. aides a clerk, a part time art reach and exceed last year's 289. Duncan put part of the Itill ( !
BHS "Far as I can tell teacher and an assistant figure of 557. blame on the lower enrollmenton of those years were
everything off to a real principal in charge of There are 22 regular the fact that the kin- a patrolman.
9646O92BAKE good start,got Temple said. curriculum shared with the teachers on the staff at dergarden class enrollmentwas There is a two man
"The principals did a good job Hampton and Southside Southside with another 15 or surprisingly low this din a ;
SALE and the teachers did a good Elementary Schools. so non-teaching personnel Year. ,
job with the students." Clark said that everythingwas employed.Two Title 1 reading The Lawtey Elementary
running smoothly and specialists and 3 Title 1 aides faculty consists of 10 full time
Entrance To Temple said there were a teachers One Title 1 reading
Stncklanej'sLandong few minor problems such as specialist, a part-time PE
the bus re-route that will haveto teacher, a part-time art
KINGSLEY LAKE be re-adjusted due to some 5 Face Charges: In Fight: teacher, and a part-time
mis-calculations on the new ......, guidance counselor, shared
time schedule. ,,' r
Saturday With the introduction of Five men and two juveniles 19, Russell Earl Manning, 24, with Starke Elementary
Sept 1 tFiomOa several new programs faced charges here as a resultof and Thomas Manning, 26, "I'm well pleased with the
!) m Temple expects this to be the a brawl which broke out each charged with par. co-operation of parents and
best school year ever. Saturday night, August 18, at ticipating in an affray and teachers, and the central
the Lawtey Recreation bond set for $501. The lartlns office and school ad-
Ladies AU"Jld'Yollhe A
federally funded Careers
Education Center. and Mannings listed are ministration office," Duncan :
Project costing '
brothers. said 1t seems as though
Kingsley LakeVolunteer $40,000 will be initiated in The center, which is Green said that the men everyone is trying to work
grades 1-12. An $80,000 privately owned by Eugene were all released under bond, together to make it a great
Fire Department Alternative Education Starling, has facilities for and that the juveniles, who year for education in Bradford
Program for students who skating and pool playing. are charged with par- County."
.. have difficulty learning will Bradford in affray, were
Crt. of County Chief ticipating an "I welcome any parent in Bill Rosser
also be
started this
year. Deputy Robert Green Iden- lodged in juvenile detention Lawtey or the community to
Inmmunily In addition the elementary tified the and listed in Gainesville. the city clerk
irlir (( men. the facilities visit us at any time, Duncan Charles
I schools will be provided with 2 charges as follows: Green said a bystander said. Hardy
g!! tatr iBank guidance counselors. Robert Lee Martin, 24, and Dale Norman, 18, from Hampton Elementary incumbent Merrill
Hardy, 55,
Starke Elementary opened Marshall Eaves, each Kingsley Lake, was severelycut Principal Tom Casey also successfully for the
Account Now liuurcd lpTo / with 557 pupils enrolled, 44 charged with aggravated in the face by a broken reported a smooth opening of school
120,000"" below last year's peak total of assault and bond set for bottle and that the wound posts
F..1. fVnnflit 'Iniuranr Cnrit 601, but Principal Carl Clark $1,000; Ronald Earl Martin, required 37 stitches. (See Page ) (See Page )


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Pat Underhill Nancy McLarty Shower Honors BSP Closes Jones-Varnes : Juniors HostPoolside

Is HonoredAt Weds Mr DentonIn Darlene/ JonesA Summer SeriesBeta Wedding Set PartyThe

ShowerMiss Georgia
miscellaneous bridal Sigma Phi sorority; end- The wedding of Miss Darlene Junior Woman's Club
Pat Underhill, bride- Miss Nancy Lee McLar ky; shower on August 11 at Bay- ed Its summer activities witha Denise Jones of Starke, daug- held Its annual luncheon for
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elect of Wayne Blankenshlp daughter of Mr. and Mrs. nr less Highway Baptist Church shrimp boll and swim party; ther of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon prospective members Saturday
was honored with a miscellaneous Walter McLarty; of Memphis, .honored Miss Darlene De- at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jones, to Larry John Varnes at the home of Mrs J.
Tuesday Aug. Mikel Gilmore Joseph Cox of Keystone;- of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
shower Tenn., and nlse Jones! September 1 bride- son C. Dukes. Tables covered
21, at the First Christian Church Denton, son of Mrs. Wllla ., M.r elect of Larry John Varnesof The summer socials have Varnes of Lake Butler, will with red checked cloths and
Fellowship Hall. Mae Denton of starke were Lake Butler. Included a show and dinnerat be an event of Saturday Sept- decorated with floral bouquetswere
Guests were greeted Miss united In marriage on Wed- Miss Jones Is the daughterof the theatre, a family out- ember 1, at 7 p.m. In the arranged around the
Betty Jane Morgan and Mrs. nesday, Aug. 8, In KIngsland, Mr. and Mrs. GordonJonesof Ing at the beach, and a swim Bayless Highway Baptist Ch- swimming pool at the Duke's
Emory Prevatt Jr. Ga. In the presence of a few ..h r lni Starke and granddaughterof party.; urch.A "
Corsages of white carnations friends and relatives.The { Mr. and Mrs. Edward Nor- Regular meetings will resume home.
'with pink lace backing were man of Starke. on September 10 at the reception In the dining hall The 15 guests and mem-
presented to the honoree and bride Is a graduate of Dining hall of the church, home of Mrs. Harry Gruenat of the church will Immediatelyfollow bers enjoyed a buffet luncheon
her mother Mrs.Richard Underhlll. ", the University; of Tennessee )to ; ,. where the shower was held, 7:30 o'clock. the ceremony. and an afternoon of swimming.

and to Mrs. Edwin at Martin, and Is now on the xdL' was decorated with spring flowers _________ u r .._-_- ..
Williams mother of Mr. faculty; of Bradford High Sc- under a shower um-
Blankenship.The hool. ; 41 A4: brella arrangement A white
bride's table, where .>1! linen cloth covered the table. c rand Opening
gifts were displayed,was cen- Mr. Denton Is a graduateof } At one end of the refresh-
tered with a standing bridal Florida State University, I ment table was a bowl filled
doll. The serving table was and also attended Southeas- with brides punch, the bowl
flanked with silver candle- tern Louisiana University, was surrounded with green- Jeanette
sticks holding lighted pink where he worked on his Mas- ery and day lilies of orange
candles. Centering: the table ter's Degree In administration and yellow. At the other end
was a sheet cake of pink and education. He Is also of the table was a white sheet Wig ShopCourt
roses on white Icing carry- an Instructor atBradfordHlgh cake decorated with blue flowers -
Ing out the pink and white School. Indicative of the bride'scolors
color scheme. of blue and white. St. Across From Old Courthouse
Raspberry punch was ser- i Games were played by gu-
ved from a crystal bowl, encircled ests. Prizes were presentedto
DKG Members
with green fern and Mrs. Ruth Norman and Mrs.
miniature pink flowers. Theresa Crosby.
During the evening,the twen- Plan ActivitiesAlpha t The bride's gifts Included + vl Caca /
ty-seven; guests enjoyed several pieces of her china.Refreshments .
games and contests,with were served:
prizes being presented to the Nu Chapter of Delta the cake was cut by Mrs. REG. $15.99 Now $799
Kappa Gamma society met
winners. The hostesses pre- v Essie Crosby and Mrs. De-
recently at the home of the
sented the honoree with
a Russell lores EUxon, the punch pour-
Mrs. A.
president,
blender as a memento of the
Helen Host-
ed by Mrs. Sapp.
occasion. Norman, for a planning ses-
esses were Mrs. Essie Cros- Wglel
The following members of sion. by, Mrs. Lucille,Eddy, Mrs
Donna Ann Weds
the Mary Martha Circle of McBoom Theresa Crosby, Mrs. Annette -
The year's schedule of me-
the First Christian Church Wanda
Mrs.
Norman,
were hostesses on this occasion etings was, programs planned by, the and members projects -- Dale Johns In Home Ceremony Crews, Mrs. Delores Elixon, REG. S10.99 $699.
: Mrs. Gerald Griffls, and Mrs. Lillian Conner
Mrs. Charles Zlpperer, Miss attending from Baker, Y
Betty Jane Morgan,Mrs.Man- Union, and Bradford Coun Miss Donna Anne McBroom, was performed in the home of
sel Ayer, Mrs. Emory Pre- ties. daughter of Mr. and Mrs the bride's parents, with Rev. ?4Aid
vatt, Jr., Mrs. Homer Hart, After the business meeting, Bernard V. McBroom, Sr., W. Ralph McBroom, uncle of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Reddishand Casual
of Barnesvllle, Ga., becamethe the bride, performing the
Mrs. Margaret Brown, Mrs. members Invited son, Chris, of Pensacolaare
were to the
Emory Prevatt, Sr., Mrs. bride of Robert Dale ceremony. spending a week with his
Sherrod Hamilton, Mrs. PIe- Florida Room where refresh- Johns, son of Mr. and Mrs. A program of nuptial music parents, Mr. and Mrs. P.D. $10"
rce Crews, Mrs. Virgil Jordan ments were served from a Carl L. Johns, of Starke, on was presented by Mrs. Ethel Reddish, and family
and Mrs. Thomas F, table, covered with a green Saturday afternoon, August 11 McBroom, organist
Brown. cloth, and centered with an The five o'clock ceremony Arrangements of pink glad- Mrs. Charles Tatum of
arrangement of zinnias. loll and blue carnations, flanked -
by fern balls, were used Homestead days with her Is spending sisterInlaw a few

In this decorating occasion.The the home for Mrs. G.W. Roberts. Specializing in St'l1e6 & Sated

bride was given in mar Rev Glen Lawhon of So-
riage by her father, and worea pchoppy spent Monday night
OlMCE-A-YEAR white organza gown of vic- with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sale Good Sept. 3 & 4
torian design with satin inserts Bennett.
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and Irish lace. The long
sleeves were trimmed with .
lace and satin at the cuffs,
and the skirt featured a lace

Inserted ruffle. NEW J2e by M ALONE
I5Final The bride's bquet was a
cascade of blue and pink dai-
sies, centered with a white
orchid, and her only Jewelrywas
a cameo necklace that
Clearance had belonged to her grand-
mother. Her shoulder length $./1oo
veil was attached to a head- ::
piece of seed pearls and rib- achpi.a
Before bon.The Mattress or box spring
matron of honor, Mrs. Twin or full sreC. .
Norma Jean Brown, was
Winter gowned In blue organza, fea-
turing a Victorian bodice. She
wore a blue, shoulder length
'E Storage veil and carried a bouquet of
pink and blue daisies.
Following the ceremony a
seated dinner for the wedding
1Ii Name Brands guests was given by the par-
ents of the bride and bride- .
groom at the Holiday Inn In

Limited --. Forsyth Ga.Arrangements.
Quantities of daisies and ,
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I r..__... silver candelabra were usedon 1
the bride's tabel,which was
PRICES rtlJr centered with a three-tiered ,
wedding cake decorated with
INNERSPRINGor
JI blue roses and white satin
YOU'LL NEVER ; b ribbon topped with a mini- 6" FOAM RUBBER LIFE
ature bride and groom. A sliver -
pinch bowl held a fresh

SEE AGAINFirst Come twit Miss moid.Lee Ann Callaway, I

cousin of the bride, kept the
First Serve bride's book. Cutting the cake BEST OF TWO WORLDS
ON AN were Miss Deborah Collins
and Mrs. Mark Stone. OLD WORLD HAND CRAFTSMANSHIP NEW WORLD SPACE AGE MATERIALS
Following the dinner the
END-OF-SUMMER bride and groom left for a Available in twin, double queen and king sizes.
wedding trip to Paradise Island -

AIR-CONDITIOWERja;:: { :' I] I [ ; mas,and a gift Nassau of the In the groom's Baha- NEW Square Deep Dacron Puff-Quilted Cover

parents. They will reside In TORSION COIL New Regal, with the 'luxurious surface softness of deeply PuffQuilted .
Carrollton, Ga. after Septem- Dacron. Is the most comfortable bedding In the world
Starting At ber 7.The. SurfaceSoflncM Regal's" heart Is the revolutionary new square Torsion Coil engl-
bride Is a graduate of ; Block neared to give a gently soft sleeping surface with deVp-downflrm
5,000 BTU ( No Thermostat) Gordon Junior College, and Is f+ ; Innersupport. Old World Craftsmanship and New World Space Age
$9900 now employed with Southern ------ ----- materials make Regal', by Malone the finest m.ttres.Tn the world.

5,000 BTU 115V $11700 I ory Bell assistant Telephone Co. as direct- Comfort Block See it. try it at your favorite furniture or department store.

8,000 BTU 115Y $173 George Mr. Johns College Is a In Junior Carrollton.at West -- --Support- --- New "Torsion Coil" Box Spring

Block has oe.n designed especially for the Regal'
mattress. Torsion
14,000 BTU 115 Y $27400 -- Coil gives extra strength and support to the box spring The

15,000 BTU 220 V '251 Mrs Bill Edwards and Mrs. Comfort.Block Torsion luxury sleeping Coil combination In the world.of mattress and box .spring'I. the tine.t
Lila Rae Yawn honored their
18,000 BTU 220 V $25400 mother, Mrs. J. G. Caldwell, -- ---- --- Torsion Coil is found only In Regal' by Malone.
on her birthday last Tuesdaywith

19,000 BTU 220 V $28100 Mrs.a family Caldwell: party; at the Others homeof FROM COAST TO COAST : ; f "

21,000 BTU 220 V $338 attending Caldwell the and party Mrs.; Edward's were Mr.

23,000 BTU. 220 V $33500 and Mrs. Yawn's children.

26,500 BTU 220 V '391 o Drop by Montgomery yEtFi

Wards-333 N. Temple Ave. or .D err :ark Furniture Co DI '
call 964-8090 to order Back to ptl1FttER ,
School Clothing.A.H. .

Sawyer Slade

Henry Is a medical
patient In St. Vincent's
Hospital -
Gas & Air Conditioning Jacksonville.

Mrs. Merritt Williams spent
964-7701 Monday with her soninlawand
W. Madison St. daughter, Mr. and Mrs 134'W., CALL ST. STARK
PHONE 964.5827 !
FLORIDIPage
Linton A. Taylor Jr., and .
Starke, Fla. children In Jacksonville.






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Mr. and Mrs. A.F. Lauer-
Mrs. Carrie Her long returned Col. and Mrs. Vincent J.
sdorf of Sarasota were recent
to her home In Saluda S.C Spengler and Mrs.EmmaBad-
guests of her brotherinlawand BALDWIN
Monday after two weeks visit man visited Col. Spengler'sfather
with Dr. and Mrs.H.H.Adams R.L. Spengler, In St. James sister D. Yeager.Mr. and Mrs.
Augustine Sunday.

Miss Louise Stern attendedthe Mr. and Mrs.James D.Cas-
Luzler consultant's meet Mrs. Doris Conway of Orlando -
Ing at Is spending a few days ey and daughters, Kim and
the
Holiday Inn In Valdosta -
Debbie,
and
Ga. Monday. On her with her brother-in-law and Stephen Wright
return home sister, Mr. and Mrs. Mac attended the play. Cross and CHEVROLETOLDSMOBILE
F t. visited trip friends In Tuesday Jennings,she and Baldwin. Sword Tuesday, In night.St. Augustine last

Jasper.
Mrs.H.B.Hamilton returned -
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home this week from the Mrs. Myrtle Anderson had
Visiting their parents. Mr. Gainesville Medical Center. as weekend guests her son- ... 1i
," and Mrs.R.V.Turner,over in-law and daughter, Mr. and A v
the weekend were Kay Turner Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Vining Mrs. Edward Schwab; and
of North Florida Junior College and children of Palatka visited their daughter, April, of Mer-
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: In Madison, and Vicki Mrs. L.D. Vining Sunday. rUt Island and son, Eddie
Turner of St.Johns River Junior Schwab, of Gainesville.Mrs. .
College, Palatka and
Brant Turner of Orlando. Drop by Montgomery David Browning and
Wards N.Temple Ave.or children, Janice and David ,
:t t Robert J. Thornton, of Route call 0R4-KOOO to order Back to Jr., spent last week In Sara- i ,
1, Starke, Is a candidate for School Clothing.R.V. sota with Mrs. Browning's "Has Got The"Cars
an MS degree In education at son-in-law and daughter,Mr.
the end of the summer quarterat Turner visited her sis- and Mrs. John Buckley and
Florida State University. ter, Mrs. BIllBrinson,In Val- daughter, Kimberly. JIITJ JA
dosta Ga. on Saturday. //J

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INVITES "" Alice Marie Gurthie Becomes Brand New 73s

ALL HER "
"r Bride Of Woodrow Griffis, Jr.
FRIENDSAND ; "

Miss Alice Marie Gurthie, gainst the back altar, and me
daughter of Mr.and Mrs.Henry bridal party stood before an
H. Curdle, and Woodrow arch of candles, flanked on 1
CUSTOMERS Gr iis'uJr. son of Mr. and either side by spirals of can- 1c /i "
TO CALL Mrs. Woodrow Grlffls, Sr., dles.A .
FOR AN'M' t i1 of Starke, were united in marriage program of nuptial music t 9/I\
1 In a double-ring cere- was presented by Ray Norman
APPOINTMENTilI mony Friday evening, August organist.
17, at 8 o'clock In New Smy- Given In marriage by her
rna Baptist Church. Rev.William uncle, Johnle LeNeave, the Big
UI.for C. Lovell, pastor performed bride wore an A-line gown of 7
the ceremony. silk organza with lace. The
chapel train was adorned with .
Two large baskets cf pink .
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Compee length veil was attached to a
mums were placed a-
crown of pearls. The bridal
bouquet was of white carna- r
-Care- Altar Society tions and miniature roses, .
with white and pink streamers, Savings
and the bride's only ornamentwas
Barbara's Beauty Salon Meets Sept. 5 a double heart necklace,
a gift of the
groom.
964-5100 Members of St. Edward's Mrs. Eleanor M. Clarke,
ayless Highway Altar
Society will hold their
sister of the groom, was ma- i
first meeting of the fall sea-
tron of honor. Her flowers
son In the Parish Hall on
were lavender and pink mums,
Wednesday Sept. 5, at 7:30 with matching streamers.
All ladles of the
P.m. parishare
Jackie Lee Marr served as

'L"'o- ,,,,.,j, ,, urged to attend. best man, and ushers were
l /h
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Victor Griffls, brother of the
groom and Bruce Haguewood, Now is The
brother-in-law of the groom. r
Following the ceremony a
reception was held In the church -
annex where the bride's
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table was covered with white
cloth, and decorated with
mums and carnations. The
table was centered with a
three-tiered wedding cake Time To Save
You Need A Man With topped and groom.by a miniature bride

Mrs. Brenda Lee kept the
Experience To Be bride's book, Mrs.Myrtle Le-
Neave cut the wedding cake,
and Miss Barbara Gilptn ser

Chief Of Police ved Mr.punch.and Mrs. Grlffls are

residing Mrs. Johns la Starke. Some MoneyWe



Qualified To Deal With Bridal Honored ShowerMrs. With



The Citizens Problems Thornton Johns was
Average honored at a recent bridal
shower at the Pine Level
Baptist Church Educational Have 5 Demonstrators
Building.
ce A blue and green color
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: : theme was used throughoutthe
n.I': t"e building. Centering the
e; refreshment table was an
: \\t.\\S I epergnette with burnir.g blue 1- 98 Regency, Caprice Coupe

o.e and arrangement green candles of summer and an

c\ flowers. A (centerpiece madeto
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.,1... 1'\ represent a tree was usedon Caprice 4 Door Hardtop
u is I .t the gift table. Decoratingthe
gas .1 tree were pearl hearts,
.'. wedding rings, doves, wed-
ding bells,and under the tree, Impala 4 Door HardtopAnd
on make-believe grass, was a
\ miniature bride and groom.
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The 45 guests enjoyed three
n_ games played during the One Loaded Pickup.
r a party hours with prizes
awarded.
Hostesses for the party were
Mrs.Owen Alvarez, Mrs.Joel Some With Over 1100 Off.

91/ Yrs. Experience With The Jackson Mrs. Alvin, Mrs.Farr Elva, Mrs.McRae A. B.,

Whitehead,Mrs.Lucile Ricks,
Mrs. Vesta Myrick, and Mrs Also
STARKE Police Department Susie Owen. I

(I Professional Mr. and Mrs. Merritt WillIams Several Late Model
Training attended a Sunday School
conference at the Lake Yale
Baptist Assembly last Fridayand o Used Cars For You.STARKE .
,l 15 Certificates From Different Police Saturday. Enroute home,
they spent Saturday night in
-; Training Schools. the Scrub with Mr. and Mrs.
! James Williams Mr. Williams -
. mother, Mrs. Charlotte
; Has A Fla. State Teachers Certificate For nephew Williams, Danny and Allen.Mr. William's


:; Police Training At The Vo-Tech School. Drop by Montgomery

'. Wards 333 N.Temple Ave or
call J64-80! to order Back to F
Besides BILL CHAMBERS is NOW School Clothing.


I Mr. and Mrs.Mack Williamsand as 301 Bonn non 96)1-7500)
Serving As Chief - Mrs. Harold Godwin a-
ttended the funeral of Mrs. FLORIDA"Sooner
William's niece, Virginia ,


I I ,,\\1 \' Bill Chambers Brasington Sunday.Miss Martha, In Waycross Dennis of,FSU Ga. or Later Your Favorite Dealer" a


Is visiting her parents Mr.
t.11c:. and Mrs. J. II. Dennis, until
1 (Fil. P01. Adv. ) Your Chief the beginning of the fall qua-
:) rter.
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Airman 1st Class Carl E.Glddens .
and Mrs. J.E. Hardy Mr. and Mrs. James Lee Casey and his aunt Mrs. of
Maxie Carter. Sr. visited Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Faulkner Mr. Star- ; son Mrs. G.R.
her granddaughter Mrs. spent last week with spent the past ten days with ling and children, Jimmy and P.C. Todor of Brazil spent Page of Route 1 1. Lawtey recently -
Mr. and Mrs. Lester WrightIn their son-in-law and daughter Janna ; Mrs. Eleanor Kelly, Tuesday and Wednesday at graduated from the U.S.
Edward Starling In Jacksonville Crossvllle Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ivey Mrs. Inez Kelly, and Rev. and Disney World. Lee had as his Air Force security; policeman
Saturday. Jr. in Portland Ore. The Mrs. Alton Dobbs spent the weekend guest Jeff Torodeof course conducted by the Air
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews Hardys also toured Seattle last two weeks vacationing at Palatka. Training Command at Lack-
Attending the Austin-Shep- have returned from a three Washington and Victoria Ca- Bryson City; N. c.
Hough of land Air Force Base Texas.
Rhett and Ricky
pard wedding In Brunswick, weeks vacation In Sky Valleyand nada.
Ga. on Saturday August 25, Little N.C. Mrs. L. O. Hazen spent the Miami and Ann McNaughton He is now being assigned to
Switzerland weekend in Gainesville with of Pensacola were recent guests Lorlnx AFB. Maine, for duty
were Mrs. Kate Sheppard Drop by MontgomeryWards
grandmother of the groom, Mr. and Mrs.David II.Montgomery -353 N. Temple Ave. or her sister, Mrs. Lucille of Jimmy and Joy An- with Command.a unit of Strategic. Air
Mrs. Edna Hart and Mr. and and children spent last call 964-8090 to order Back to Barber. drews.
Mrs. J.E. Hardy and daughter week on their farm on the School Clothing.Mr. .
June. Suwannee River. Richard Jackson of Boonton Mr. and Mrs, Albert Stefan- Navy Hospitalman Recruit
and Mrs. A.G. Loudon N.J. spent last weekend with elll and family of Jacksonville Keith M. Tetstone,son of Mrs
Drop by Montgomery Mrs. J.L. Gentry returned returned Saturday from a his mother, Mrs. MargaretB. visited his parents, Mr. and Mildred E. Tetstone of'709
Wards 353 N. Temple Ave. or from Macon, Ga. Sunday after week's vacation in Hendersonvllle Jackson. Also visiting Mrs. Mrs. Henry Stefanelll Saturday Westmoreland Street grad-
call 964-8090 to order Back to visitingMr N.C. Jackson during the weekend The Stefanellls had as uated from recruit trainingat
son-in-law and
No Fish
her StoryJames the Naval Training centerin
School Clothing. were sons, Morris Jack- their guest Sunday their
daughter Mr.
and Mrs. H.C. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard V. son of Ocala and Lt. Col. Orlando.
Linda
grandchildren, and
Beall Jr. and family. M. Carlton, owner of the Longhorn Restaurant,
Jam High and Kell Thomas Moore and children spent aweek's Robert C. Jackson Keystone Randy Stefanelll of Gaines-
caught this 11 lb.. 2 oz. black bass in Noonan's Lake near
of Jacksonville are spendinga Robert McDaniel of West- vacation at Crescent Heights. ville. Gainesville on Tuesday,Aug.21. The big fish was caught on a
Beach. Visiting the Moore df
Bea J.ee
week with their grandparents -
Chester Pa. was a guest small crappie lure, trolling in deep water.
Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Edwards Thursday through Monday of family at the beach from Drop by Montgomery Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Monciief
Sr. Col and Mrs. James A. Grif Tuesday to Thursday were Wards -353 N. Temple Ave. or spent last week with their son-
fin. Grady, Opal and Brian Bishop. call 964-8090 to order Back to in-law and daughter Mr. and Service l
Mrs. A. J. Eaves and children School Clothing. Mrs. J.S. Walter and family Statewide Grand Jurors profaned
Andrea Carmen Jay Mrs. James Mooty and Mrs. of Ft. Lauderdale On their .
and Len and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. John Cash and children Claire McMillen of Orlando Mrs. Sara Lawson is recup return trip the Mon- LICENSED
home
L.S. Early celebrated Jay's of Sumper S.C. visited her were Thursday luncheon visitors orating at home afteran 18- crlefs spent the weekend In Circuit Judge B.M. Tench county lines. The concept was INSURED
10th birthday with a trip to parents Mr. and Mrs. B.F. of their father, Harry day stay In Riverside Hospital Indlalanttc with their son-in- drew a 13-member panel of conceived by Gov. Askew as
St. Augustine last Tuesday. Allen Jr. the past week-end. Mooty and Mrs. Mooty. Jacksonville. law and daughter, Mr. and jurors here Monday to serve a means of combatting organ- FREE ESTIMATES

Mrs. R. W. Underlll.Mr. on the newly-created state- ized crime. PO. BOX 605
wide grand Jury.

and Mrs. Lyle Kemp The LABOR 'Jl1.lro ., :11oJa
MERRILL EDWARDS statewide Jury will be PAY ,
of New Smyrna Beach were empowered to investigate 475-2233 DAY OR NIGHT
Friday to Monday visitors fury CHEYENE CROSS -
matters anywhere in the state. r-
of Mr. and Mrs. Fritz H. In contrast to former grand / UJ.BONNELL630.1371l22
Kramer.Mr. .
Juries which were limited by vp'Tro


.... '_ ...' and Mrs. Joseph D.
.
,v Warren returned Sunday froma
It1P ll two-week visit with their
: son, Lt. John D. Warren and
; rI.t family in Karlsruhe, Germany -
While there, they Koch'sW.
toured extensively in Ger-
many, France, Austria, and
Switzerland. CALL ST. 964.6757'Red

JI Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Connerof
Bushnell were Sunday
afternoon guests of Mr. and Tornado
Mrs. Felix Sapp and L. L.

4' Conner Hot

11 Mr. and Mrs. Sherrod
Hamilton and son, Jim, r
visited her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Ellsworth Jackson in
Winder, Ga. from Thursday to
a 44
Sunday. While in Georgia,
they spent the day with their
son, Gary, in Atlanta.

Glen Neill has returned to Buys
his home in Independence,
My fellow citizens of Starke I have served you for fourteen years, in an honest sincere and im- Mo. after a five week's visit
partial manner and as an elected official should by all standards. with his uncle and aunt, Mr.
and Mrs. J. L. Andrews. ..59PENS NOTE BOOKBINDER
500 COUNT
I have seen the City grow and improve from the standpoint of income from $565,814.00 in 1959 to BLACK ..

this year's present budget of $1,346,782.00. These past fourteen years have been a great period of of Carla Starke Jean has Faulk accepted, formerly a Job SET FILLER PAPER
for Your Council makes all rates and and then it becomes the BALLPOINT
improvement our City. City charges dutyof with the Independent Life Insurance t fill* ONLY
your City Clerk to take care of the income.At this point it is very necessary for someone experiencedto Company of Jacksonville I P 1 Ldp'

handle the City's income, for the citizens best interest. Miss Faulk spent last 37
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. I PEN I, .

Your present City Clerk, Merrill Edwards, has invested all reserve funds in a way that at the Maxie Carter Sr. k ,. I,- =|/ WHEN YOUPURCHASE

present time our City is in financially good condition. Your present City Clerk has established a building Mrs. J.H. l Kite and Mrs. -
fund for a new City Hall with income to the City that would have gone into the General Operating Fund. Mai coin Pownall spent the last ANY BINDER

Other reserve monies have been invested for several years and are drawing interest. At a later date a three weeks visiting Mrs.Po- 18' $239 (WHILE SUPPLY LAST)
part of this income may be spent on projects that will be a savings to the taxpayers of Starke. Your wnall's son and daughter-in- 2.98 VALUE LIMIT ONE
Dr. and Malcolm
present City Clerk was first to work on a plan whereby all City employees may be included in our law.Pownall and family Mrs. of Hami-

present pension plan. Our City Council adopted this pension plan in July 1968. lton, N.Y., touring In Monte '
al and Quebec, Canada, and [ .F01't0' l

Experience is urgently needed at the present to fulfill obligations and the commitments of our City visiting Mrs. Pownall's bro-
Council for the different in ther and sister-in-law Mr. .69
projects now progress. and Mrs. L.R. Moore of Mo- .15 PAPER CLIPS .05 3c ;
dena. Pa.Ernest. YELLOW PENCIL LINDY
7" TIP MARKERCRAYOLAS

Dowling, Jr. and son,
QUALIFICATIONS : John of West Chester Pa. 35 .49 FLAIR PENS BLACK

spent last Wednesday and
Thursday with his parents 21 4 FOR $1 00 28''
As to the qualifications of your present City Clerk Mr. and Mrs. E.J. Dowling,
Sr.
here are the true facts:
2.29 VALUE 219 VALUE
Merrill Edwards as of March 29, 1973, is one of Mr. and Mrs. Loran Connerand 495 VALUE
Rufus '" '
Thirteen Certified City Clerks in the State of Ga. Crosby of Atlanta
are
spending a few days
Florida and one of 299 in the United States and with Mr. and Mrs. Felix Sapp Alka-
and L. L. Conner.Mr. .
Canada. A Certified City Clerk is authorized by the Seltzer
FIRST AID
International Institute of City Clerks and one and Mrs. J.W. Bitch '
were hosts at a cookout at KIT
knowing the various duties of Municipal Govern their home on W. Madison

ment. The record speaks for Street Thursday night. Enjoy-
itself ing the supper were Mrs.Sara $155 $169 $388
Henderson and children Kim,
Roland and Becky of Green
Cove Springs, Mrs. Tommy KLEENEX L'OREAL HERBAL GILLETTE
The citizens of Starke have demonstrated their Johns and daughter Leslie, SHAMPOO
RIGHT GUARD
faith in only electing three City Clerks since 1906. I of Macclenny and Mrs. AlI- 125'S 2 PLY
cia Steffa and son Matt of NORMAL OR OILY HAIR 4 OZ BRONZE
am proud to follow in the footsteps of two respected Lake Butler,

citizens that served our City for so many years, the Mr. and Mrs. LaRue Williams 4 F0R900 80Z 99 LIMIT2 39c

late Hon. Carl Johns and Hon. Charley' Futch. and son, Jim of Or- BONDED
mond Beach will spend the .95 VALUE
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. SU9CEN910N
We should all remember to .R. A. Colson. Maalox ::
keep voting
our ( $109 I lID f / I VHCIC5.
rights in the hands of the citizens and vote against a Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Beelerand 12FL.OZ. | I

City manager type government that will cost great children spent Friday through I.,. Syrup
Sunday with her mother
sums of additional money. A City manager type Mrs. Grace Rltch. LIMIT 2 5's FOR 53c 'rx 3 OZ 57cKODAK '

government would abolish the office of the City

Clerk as an elected official by you the citizens. The 1I1eOtd1S

citizens need representation, not disruption by a INSTANTMATIC CX 126-20
small selfish X-15 CAMERA f ()R 1
group. KODAK FILM
> $S $'17 95

$ 18
I need your vote and support once more and M.H 2.49 VALUE LIMIT 2 '

will always remember that the City rightly belongsto ,: I ,{ : LIGHT POWDER

the people. ARRID EXTRA DRY FES t ,
Too many dropout gn from ANTI PERSPIRANT
Hay school to night court." Yes In addition to receiv

$157 ing "2 for 1" prints you

THE BRADFORD will receive a FRESH replacement
VOTEAGAINST A CITY MANAGER TYPE COUNTY TELEGRAPH "" roll.
SUDDEN BEAUTY
Published every Thursdayat Replacement roll given on 9
GOVERNMENTVOTE 138 W. Call Street HAIR SPRAY or more printable exposures.IMPORTANT .

Starke, Florida 32091 00
2 FOR $1 i KODACOLOR OR OTHER

FOR AND REELECT MERRILL ED- Second Starfce Class Florida postaejM paidat NATIONAL ADVERTISED FILM


WARDS YOUR CITY CLERK"Don't Subscription Bates$6.00: 3M CASSETTE 1 HR RECORDING TAPE RECORDING TIME C-6O 67c
In trade area: par
year: $3.$0 six months AT KOCH'S YOUR PRESCRIPTIONIS

be misled by idle gossip from those that could care less." Outside trade area: 7.00
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August 30, 1973 TELEGRAPH Page 5

Interdisciplinary,r Team Conceptor Mobile 'IonicOwners Jaycee Tourney Under Way NowThe
111tli-NW

Is New Pattern F Middle School Warned Labor Day Softball General Electric of Friday nights there will be 4

About Tie-Down Tournament sponsored by Gainesville, and Waldo games played in the tourney.
20 days. If students are absent Baldwin Chevy Olds and the whipped Aero of Lake City.In {Games will be played all day
The Interdisciplinary team the unused POrtion of Flndda's 500,000 mobile Starke Jaycees got underway the two games played Saturday with the Cham-
concept Is the new organizational the tickets will be creditedon home owners have been caut- Monday night with three Tuesday night Baldwin Chevy pionship to be played Sunday
pattern for Bradford the next month's ticket. ioned to Investigate adequate games played at West Side Olds won by forfeit over afternoon.
Middle School according to Students are asked not to tie-down anchors for protec- Park. Florahome and Lee's Electricof Admission to each night's
L.B. Register, principal. bring canned or bottled drinks tion against possible damage Lawtey defeated St. Augustine beat Florida play will be 50 cents or a
F The concept provides for to school as they create pro during the upcoming hurricane Gainesville Tire, the Mac- Furniture of Palatka. tournament pass can be
N fall math science social studies blems. Dress codeguldellnes season. clenny Roadrunners beat Wednesday, Thursday and purchased for $2.
a and The 1973 Legislature
language arts teachers to
M "& work together within Include dressing In a clean nized the potential danger recog- . .
00 The school population a Is team.divided decent manner with at all shoesor times. from hurricanes twisters * * * * *
up Into two six, two sandals worn and other wind storms and

groups seventh that and report two eighth to teach-grade will until Locks be September rented for school for 7. Girl's one lockers dollar gym quate enacted tie-down a law requiring anchors ade-for -, Starke Was Built On *'

ers making up one of the academic mobile homes.
clothes are $5.75 and also will
During the teams.day students move be sold until September 7. Charles Tho warning L. Meister was issued chairman DY : And :
Parents Invited to visit
y"S't1I. from one subject to another are of the Engineering Labor- Integrity Courage
the middle school and can
within
designated This
'' area. atories Forum of the Florida
wYM" f L provides a limited mobility as make arrangements through Institute of Consulting Engin-
.___ welcometo
the office. They are *
i well as opportunities for large He said that mobile
eers.
eat lunch with the students. *
group and small act home who might be
group owners Let's It That
Adult lunches are 75 cents.Trend Keep Way
ivities. approached by anchor sales- -( . .
Students also attend physi- men should double check to
: A. ti cal education classes and related Toward see that the tie-down system 9( *'
arts classes of their Mobile Homes being sold Is approved by the Elect JIMMYBOWEN
choice. The related arts of- Florida Department of Motor
'ered Include typing health, Up In State Vehicles This agency Is responsible -
consumer education Indus for Implementingand
trial arts art, music a Mobile homes doubled their enforcing the new law, : :
Rotary Award Col. Harry Hatcher Jr., trial arts artrnuslcband and share of the Florida housing which became effective last
President of the Starke agriculture. market during the past decade Julv I. '
Rotary Club Is presented an Register said pupils were and the Florida State All mobile homes In the
"" award from Dr. Paul A. Mori Issued handbooks Monday for Chamber of Commerce predicts 1 state which are used as Your I' *'
following Dr. Mori's visit to themselves and parents. The that the trend will con- dwelling places, and are pla- .T
301DRIVEICI the local Rotary Club on red covered booklet containsthe tinue with the growing demand ced on location for more than w
August 22. policies for the middle for low cost housing coupled 14 days are required to be
school as well as a calender with a desire of the house- anchored into position against : CHIEF OF POLICE :
Dr. Mori congratulated; the of all Important dates Including wife for modern conveniences. hurricanes and heavy winds.
Starke Rotary for its many the times report cards According to a report by Mobile home owners have
civic projects and the strong will be Issued.Because the State Chamber mobile nine months from the July 1 BEST QUALIFIED *'
Show Begins At Sundown club leadership which is of the Increase In homes numbered 65,087 In the date In which to comply with *
guiding; the club. Dr. Mori food prices lunches have gone 1960 Florida census of hous- the law. '
HE'S THE GREATEST! lauded the "Rota-Berry" up to 50 cents with a charge ing accounting for about 3.7 STARKE POLICE OFFICER 1961.1966 *'
(Starke Club Farm BureauTo
Rotary of ten cents for each extra per cent of total dwellings In
Progra m) as one of the best he the state at that time. By 1970 *'
carton of milk. The county has Dedicate -+c:
has STARKE CITY COUNCILMAN 196919'THIS
seen. also arranged: for students to mobile homes had Increasedto
purchase a lunch ticket for 172,100 In the state repre- New Building *'
ten dollars which Is good senting seven per cent of the T
tor total houslg market. Gov. Reubin Askew will be COMBINED EXPERIENCE IN CITY AFFAIRS GIVES HIM .....
'g sTATI "The mobile home Industryhas the principal speaker at the THE OVERALL KNOWLEDGE OF ALL CITY AFFAIRS.
continued to grow In FlorIda dedication of the Florida
FLORIDA THEATREShowtirneWeekdays since the last census due Farm Bureau's new *'
to the producers ability to headquarters building in 9 lip 1VillIIPA Full Tim Ch ief Of Police

adapt their product to the Gainesville on Friday, Sept.
7:00: Sunday 3:00: Saturday 1:00 low and middle Income con- 14, -'C lie Will Declare War on the Thieves Who Are Plaguing Our City on Night *'
a sumer taste for modern con- The new headquarters Break-Ins.

FRI. THRU TUE. veniences" and Chamber Improved park building is five stories tall and lie Will Strive Untiringly For More Effective and Efficient Law Enforcement *'
the report
sites is located on 15 acres
s 1 AUG. 31 SEP. 4 said. overlooking Interstate 75 and in Our City. *'
SHOWS AT 7.00 a 9.14 Recent census reports pla- Payne's Prairie, southwest of
DUE TO "'FT RATING NO CHILDREN TICKETS ced Florida second In the nation Gainesville.With Young Enough/ To Vigorously Do The Job/ *'
ic
In the number of mobile a current membershipof
WILL BE SOLD EXCEPT CHILDREN WITH PARENTS
homes In use. California was 58,000 member families the And Old Enough To Know lloiv
"Might just turn out to be this year's first, with 197,358 units. Farm Bureau has continued to *'
1 According to manufacturers' each its in-
since
sleeper and emulate the runaway sucess of reports shipments of mobile ception grow in the year early 1940's. y For Transportation to the Polls on September 11 Call Jimmy Bowen at his Home 435 E. Call *'
homes to Florida Increased Originally, headquarterswere St. Phone 9615264.
cj[ ofCIo TECHNICOLOR. from 18,000 In 1967 to nearly in the Orlando area but
"omt.r 'A.----. -- INS 'Billy Jack' 50,000 by 1971 Figures also the organization moved to --+c (Pd. Pol.Adv.) *'
Indicated that new mobile Gainesville in 1956, where it
MtPLUS ;
home buyers wanted larger was located in a colonial type --+c *'
units, as nationwide orders structure on SW 13th Street.

SCANDALOUSJOHN Iv Ik for 14-wlde units went from __ n_ __ _u___ _
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a 2.3 per cent of the total mar-
g ket In 1969 to 16.2 per cent
In 1971.
301 SUN. & MOM.BURTOn ,


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u; Joe Don Baker
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a ,
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Rosemary Murphy



.S AlOe"/ ,Aammnlialoi.Sellers I /Hoa'nagei.Hotailtl in. Elizabeth Hartman '74 prices. ( l means I I



"Where DoesIt :eT i Plus I


Hurt?" great '73 Ford buys.

Only w'het8'joU laugh Charlton Heston I

E BJ 1 "taSINANCab' (, IION'" I tlUMII AIlI..1ItL .

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ATTENTION ADULTS t

Ray E. Tyson of Starke,
recently completed course
Opportunity is YoursNew In basic outside plant techniques
and procedures held at
the Continental Telephone biggest deals on LTD's
Service Training System In
Semester will begin August 2 l 1973 at tho Bradford Union Area Vocational Technical Washington, D. C. ,
Center. Courses V A Approved Courses in VIH atonal) Skills and Courses leading to High Tyson has been an Installer
School Diploma will be Offered Day and Night repairman for the Florida
State Telephone Co. In Starke
since last vear.

GENERAL ADULT COURSESAmerican -----4 Ibrinos, Mavericks an


History Daily also Monday and Wednesday 7 P M. to 10 P.M. I i

I .
Art Painting Oils and Water-Night to be Arranged I )


Americanism vs Com- Daily also Tuesday 7 P.M. to 10 P M. 1

munism Pintos. Hurry to yourDealers

Basic Education Subjects below 9th Grade Daily Monday Tuesday Wed Ask '
nesday and Thursday 7 P.M. to 10 P.M.

Bookkeeping Monday and Wednesday 7 P.M. to 10 P.M. Charley

Driver Education Class Room Instruction Night to be Arranged E. '

I -' FORD I now!
English Daily Tuesday and Thursday P.M. to 10 P.M. Johns

High School Review Monday and Wednesday 7 P.M. to 10 P.M.
bout This Question
Japanese Embroidery Monday and Wednesday 7 P.M. to 10 P.M.

Leadership Training Parlimentary Procedure and Leadership 7 P.M. to 9:30 P M "Our firm requires' that all
September 25 those employees handling is out !
the! firm's money be bond- running
Math Daily-Monday and Wednesday P.M. to 10 P.M. ed. Does your agency also
.
where required
supply bonding
Music Band, Beginning and Advanced Night to be Arranged for public officials -

?"
CEO Examination Will Be Given Week of October, 1973.
All Courses Are Dependent Upon Enrollment. Charley E. Terwillegar Motors
Additional Courses To Be Added As Requested.

JOHNS AGENCY Starke Fla.

Call 964-6150 To INDICATE YOUR INTEREST. F ,
181 I'llana Sa Wamat M44070 St.' The Finest Cars Sold Anywhere By A Dealer You Can Trust

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6 TELEGRAPH August 30, 1973
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(From Page 1)) "It seems like the parents, part-time librarian. this year due to the droppingof
kids and teachers have all cooperated study hall classes and the *
"All teachers, aides, the :
day with 160 pupils enrolled. to make a good and the cafeteria change to a 6 period day. Last
Casey expects the enrollmentto opening," Casey said, "We're workers secretary were well organizedon year there were 7 periods in a When The
reach last year's figure of looking" forward to a good opening day. Things seem day.Billy
year. Dampier, director of
169.Hampton's to be going great, Vellengasaid
Brooker Elementary'sPrincipal *
classes have
of opening day. the Bradford-Union Area *
normal loads with 7 teachers Phil Vellenga BUS Principal Charles Vocational Technical Center,
working full-time. The staff reported a smooth opening reported also a *
smooth very smooth
consists of 11 members with 137 pupils,8 less than last Francis reported a
: 7 The exact enrollmenthas opening with 375 full-time
teachers, One Title 1 reading year's figure of 145. The opening.been determined students enrolled.
specialist, a part-time faculty consists of 6 regular not yet. City Plan :
The faculty consists of 50 The faculty consists of 20 Manager
librarian, a part-time PE teachers, 2 teacher aides, 1 regular classroom teachers full-time instructors, two
PE coach and a
coach and Principal Casey. part-time and 13 administrative and regular classroom teachers *
non-teaching personnel.Most and a special reading in-
students are scheduledand structor. *
scheduleing will continue The adult vo-tech center is
BRADFORD N ION throughout the week. The taking enrollment this week *
student-teacher ratio is higher; and will open next Tuesday.

AREA ComesToTown :


VO-TECH CENTER Chiefs Race. *

(From Page 1)) *

Course Schedule and clerk of circuit court Redgrave 1,006 to 526. Adoption of the Council Manager plan is likely to ]:

years ago.This will be his first City Councilmen Vernon
1973 74 try at city politics, but Hardy Silcox and Jimmy McRae will bring administrative and fiscal changes that may
*
has already been indoctrinated be serving their 2nd and 5th *

DAY COURSES dog in the,Saratoga he was bitten Heights bya council terms respectively as they. are running on the not occur for years if we retain our present form of *
((8 a.m to 3:30: p.m.) unopposed.
area.Hardy resigned as County Silcox,51,was elected to his city government.
Automobile Mechanics Civil Defense Director, an Group 4 council seat in 1971 ;*
to for when he defeated Ernest T.
appointive post run the
Business (office) Machines
Carpentry Et Building Construction clerk school post.finance He officer served from as Allen There and was Carlton a runoff Chastain.between :
A :
Commercial Clothing Construction 1940 until 1952 when he ran for Silcox and Allen and Silcox E : City Manager
Commercial Cooking & Baking clerk of circuit court. From won by the vote of 877-705. ti

Commercial Drafting 1952 to 1961 Hardy was in Councilman McRae,42, was :
Commercial Vehicle Driving business with his brothers first elected to his Group 2
CosmetologyData Douglas and Eldon in an seat in 1965 when he defeated ,.: IsACityEmpoyee! :
Processing automotive dealership. He Dr. Calvin J. Houpt by the ,
Diesel Mechanics was appointed to his Civil vote of 798-695. In 1967 McRaeran
Electronics Technology Defense Directorship unopposed for his second :*
December 1 of last year. term. In 1969 McRae defeated
Heavy General Equipment Business Maintenance Clerk Edwards has servedat Mrs. Elveria DeVoe 933-706. :* 4Ii\1 Who is Not Appointed But u
Heavy Equipment Operation his post for 14 years.He was In 1971 McRae defeated
first elected in 1959 when he Ewell Lawson for his fourth
ft Trowel Trades *
Masonry defeated councilman T.C. term by the vote of 830703. '
Ornamental Horticulture (Cliff) Hazen, Jr. by the vote Also on the September 11 :
Radio Er Television Repair of 1,152 to 428. The only other ballot will be the vote to Hired on Qualifications To :
Shorthand time he ran opposed in serving change to the city
Typing 7 terms was in 1963 when he management form of :+
Vocational Office Education defeated Mrs. Carolyn government. *
Vocational Mathematics
+ *

NIGHT COURSES
+ -Work For the City Council
4 Wrecks In Weekwhat's *
((7-10 p.m.) + Cooperate With the Council
Automobile Mechanics TTh *
Bookkeeping M W Four separate accidents Starke Police Department.No + Provide Constructive Ideas
occurred in Bradford and in the *
Diesel Mechanics one was injured ac
M T W Th Give Constructive Advice
Union Counties with no injuries :ident.:
Lineman and Cableman T Th suffered during the No injuries were sustained +
J *
Radio and TV Repair T Th week of August 2229. but $34,000 worth of damagewas Coordinate Departments

Refrigeration and Air Conditioning M W An accident involving two suffered in two separate :*.. 1 \\t Be a City Planner *
Starke youths occurred at truck wrecks on SR-121 near
Sewing Class in Lawtey T Th
10:45: a.m. on Adkins Street in Lake Butler on Wednesday, 5 Provide Cohesive
Government
Sewing Class at Center M W Starke on Tuesday,August 28. August 22. *

Shorthand and Typing M W Mark Everette Baillee, 18, about The 4 first p.m.accident when a occurred limerock Give Competent Advice on City Budgeting
driving a 1968 Ford Sedan *
truck owned by Charles E.
8-23 2t 8.30
owned by Gerald Baillee, Epps of Jacksonville and :*..
turned left onto Adkins Streetat driven by Wiley Eugene Ring, *
15 mph striking a 1964 Ford of 7134 Eastland Street,
Phone 9646150For sedan, owned by Eva Bradleyand Jacksonville, overturned just + *
driven by Marcus Kevin north of Raiford when tryingto
Bradley, 17, in the left rear.
negotiate a sharp curve at :
Information Bradley had turned onto too high a rate of speed. The

Visit Us At 609 N. Orange St. Adkins tersection Street of near Adkins the and in- limerock truck was which carrying spilled a load out of :: VOTESept. :

Starke Orange end stopped. onto the road, closing it to ,
Damage to Baillee's car traffic from 4 p.m.. until after 7 '
was estimated at $75 and the
SEMESTER BEGINS AUG- 27 p.m.According
damage to Bradley's car was to FliP :..
Courses Are VA Approved put at $250 by investigatingofficer Patrolman E. D. Phillips of *
Kenneth Carlton of the Lake Butler damages to the

said worth truck there were of were damages$25,000.about Phillips to$1,000 the : 11 1 1

Seaboard Coastline railroad :
track that lies across SR-121, k .
and damage to the road was
cookin'2Any put at $100. ..
The other accident occurred *
at 9.30: in Lake Butler when an ..
empty propane tank truck *
driven by Michael Bennett

Thing You Want To On This Freeman traction on the of slick Brooker pavement lost ..i *


jackknifed during a rain climbing storm atop and a :; You Have An Opportunity

36" ENTERPRISE GAS 'parked another car car and parked pushing in front it into of :

it. Owners of the two cars are

RANGE Lee Charles Simmons Perry,and both Mrs.of Anna Lake ::
Butler. Sept. 11 To INSTALL CHANGE :

Phillips estimated damages
r to the two cars at$3,200 and to *..
the truck owned by McKenzie *

$5,000.Tank Lines of Brooker at You Have A Choice *

"This is of
one the slickest
roads ((121)) in the country *
when It gets wet. said *
T .-i P illips. For Progressive Government

In another accident in Union *
1 County a Lake Butler man *
-
was shaken but not injured *
Friday night when he lost
control of his car and struck a *
tree on SR-S238, 5 1-2 miles .. *
north of Lake Butler. -+h Provide Your

Samuel Jackson Jr., 38, *
was traveling north on SR-
5238 on a road wet from rain : and
gsss Your
at approximately 60 mph Family :
when his right front wheel fell
off causing him to lose controlof
his 1964 Oldsmobile. He Town With The
MODEL 9.36 skidded across the highway, :j; *
spun around and struck a tree.

ONLY Damage was estimated at Best Possible
$5 and Jackson was chargedwith .. :
Contoured back panel. speed too fast for con-

Lo-Temp oven control: 9 ditions Trooper by investigating R. S. James officer of City Government
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Hearing c1 On Smith Lake DredgingA .......:. "-' m Writing Worthless Check Means 6-M--e Probation I

public hearing Involvinga near Keystone Heights will the Jacksonville City Hall. Lit "Danny" Phillips chan- worthless checks. William Kenneth Sumpter,19, pter.
I dredge and fill case againsta be held at 10:30 a.m. Friday ged his plea from not guilty Roy Edward Knight changedhis was found guilty of Improper John Howard Bates failed to
land developer Smith Lake Aug. 31, on the 6 th floor of The hearing was requestedby of to guilty Thursday on charges plea from not guilty to change of lane or course Aug- appear In court and the court
Lido Industries, with headquarters worthless check and was for reckless driving, released
guilty ust 21, and was on ordered a warrant for his arrest
In Fort Lauderdale, placed on six months court August 21, and was fined $51 warning. "Be very cautious In on charges of careless
DOES YOUR HOME LOOK LIKE A after the firm had been cited zle probation S. Sanders.by County Judge El- or five days-.in the Bradford the future and be careful! driving August 21.
last May for alleged violationsof County Jail said Judge Sanders to Sum-
state water quality stan- w + Phillips Is to abide by two -
dards and DPC certification conditions; to make restitution
PORCUPINEWITH regulations at Its Big Tree of check and to pay court fine

Lake.Lakes The development Department on of Smith yr ;Ur tir 'iL' of Emma$36. DoPoo made change
pollution It's Time For A
control charges that the of plea from not guilty to Change
developer discharged turbid guilty on charge of welfare
waters from the project Into fraud and has to make restitution : -
the lake. of damage made. Judge
Sanders withheld adjudicationof
The May citation ordered the gulttJMI ordered apresen- It
company to haltthe dischargesuntil .....lEiflastigation.(111rodon Everybody Says -
a dredge and fill permitwas by Asst. State
ROOM UNITS STICKING OUT obtained from DPC, and Attorney Gene Shaw, the courtdl8IIt&sed
FROM ALL SIDES OF THE HOUSE? also ordered the closing of charges of disposing -
connections from upland canals Ralll of property under lien
to Smith Lake, and the against James Monroe Carlton I
MODERNIZE restoration of lake's watersto Hind Starling/ Lawtey failure to surrender driver's
their original! condition. displays! the 5' 8" rattler that license registration and tag Charles
WITH A NEWWEATHERTRON he caught ill the back yard of against Bernard Carter; and
Following testimony takenat Jimmy Iligginbothotn! homo in lewd and lascivious behavior
the hearing Friday the e- Law toy. against Jessie Vernon Griffis
.; 1 i I xaminer will submit to the Wanda Lou Burris and Joyce
Florida Pollution Control Starling caught the snake Ann Owens due to lack of
Board recommendations after Ilinninbothom almost evidence without testimony HARDY Ew
findings of fact and a stepped on It. which was not sufficient .

REVERSE.CYCLE HEAT PUMP CENTRAL proposed order. The Board Ea. .... .r Other cases In court last
will make the final determin week that were not reported:
SYSTEM PROVIDING QUIET, COOL- ation In the matter Nathaniel Woods was placedon
To keep an mil !tradition
WARM YEAR 'ROUND COMFORT. six months court probation
All persons desiring to be alive, maybe \ushould have August 22 and ordered to
pay / It
an artificial Imiifiii( to hum Bel /
heard on August 31 %111 be the artifIcial Christmas decs. court costs of $26 for Issuing eves Charles Ilardv
t>i given an opportunity taepeak.
PLEASE CALL US

: II I City Manage r Government CERAMIC CLASSICS
I I TODAY fOR A FREE

"II COMFORT SURVEY To Be Discus Ceramic classes will reopen
IE sion TopicJohn Tuesday Recreation September Department.4 at the I If You Feel VUe Need A Change In City Hall, September

of the Bradley, president 01 Classes will be held Mondayand I To Do Something About It. Make
A discussion city the Jaycees, said the Tuesday nights from 7-10 11 Is Your Chance
BROWN'SREFRIGERATION manager form of governmentwill m and from
p Wednesdays 9
discussion is of
be presented Thursday, paign to get Starke part voters a cam-to u.m. to 12 noon. CHARLES HARDY Your City Clerk.i .
Sept., at 7:30p.m.: in the BUS endorse the There is no charge for
city manager
auditorium by Richard form of government in a joining the class. The only
Fellows city manager of referendum to be held here in charge will be the price of the
Green Cove SpringsFellows' connection with the items you purchase.
appearance here is City i I'ol! Adv )
AIR CONDITIONING sponsored jointly by the local Election on September 11.

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. Rezoning Clears Chipping Plant $5 Million School Budget... (From Page 1)) Sfalling's Corner Inc...


persistent reference to the year is equal to or better than
in construction funds aroundthe
The way was cleared at the Leon Ellington was given said it would consider the first of the $2,400 pay incrase given one last year, Supt. Temple said.
County Zoning Board meetingon permission to advertise for a application if it received a "The year.is employee hired last year as a "I'm committed to that," 0a3id
budget
July 31 for construction of a public hearing on his request request to do so from the maintenance and heavy custodialcare on' secretary and classified this Temple added. His stated goalis JLounqeCOCKTAIL
pulpwood chipping plant in for a change of zoning from Bradford County sheriff's as has been pointed out year as an accountant. a ratio of 1-27 this year and
Lincoln City when W. C. (Bill) Rl-A (residential) to OR office. several times" Supt. Templetold Holliday said he has nothing 1-25 by next year. HR. 5 7 P.M.
Powell was granted rezoningon (open rural)) on a 40-acre The board received a his boar."We've personal against the employeebut Bill Shields, a teacher this
a block of land of the parcel of land located on State complaint from a resident of spent more time on that the State of Florida is year at Bradford Middle 6 MI. S. OF STARKEWe
the Lake Geneva area that accountantsat School, questioned the board
Powell Estate from Rl-C Road 21-B. hiring graduate
this budget than ever before, Worth Your While In
canal about the number of teachers Make
(residential) to MS The request of Wayne someone is digging a said Board Member Seeber less than the employee Ispaid
Dempsy was denied for a there, in violation of assigned to each school.
(manufacturing)
At a previous meeting, change In zoning to permit regulations that a permit over Goodman.by this"It's board been member gone "I have nothing against the Neither the board nor Supt. $ $ $ Savin S $ $ $
must be obtained from the ," Holliday said, Temple could answer that
Powell had told the board that placing a mobile home on a and employee
State in order to do such work. again again. the subject for the question, which somewhat
plant, to be owned by Con- five-acre plot located south of Board Chairman Rodney bringing up
The board decided to refer time in a board tickled several members of
tainer Corporation, would Highway 16 East. He was told second
provide additional employment that the board had reclassified this matter to the attention of maintenance Hall also pointed costs.to"I higher don't meeting. "It just seems to me the audience, until Director of $ Seagram 7 CrownQUART
the County Commission. in office by the people Curriculum and Instruction I
to workers in this property on the north side of want to think I am put J
Member E. W. Hodges was ever anyone I should keep a good Richard Jockel produced a
area, and would not be ob- the highway for mobile we're this at the and eye
doing expense -
delegated to check on a dollar." sheet of his notes showing a $599
jectional since there were no homes, but is reserving the of the instructional on the tax Hollidayhadn't
that two mobile total of 194 teachers and 39
residences in the affected south side for conventional complaint gotten any support for I'
homes.A homes have been installed program. his stand in a previous administrators and support
area. One parent, Charles Johnsof tyYA
asked the written request was without the necessary permitsat meeting."I personnel for the county'seight I
Bob Perrine, who Starke, asked for a com p
the Shady Oaks Trailer don't think of them schools. |
board for to placea received from a property any
permission of administrativecosts
Lake Park on Hampton Lake near parison overpaid," Supt. Temple Jockel's sheet shows 48 86
mobile home on a 50x195-foot owner near Santa Fe for with the 1972-73 budget. are ? I. W. Harper
'the Fire Tower. teachers and 12 ?ist
to mobile Santa Fe replied,pointing out he'd triedto support
lot on Crosby Lake Inlet, was permission place a Temple sent for a copy of
advised to check with County home on State Road 21-B. The former Casey's 72-73 hire three out of county personnel at Bradford High, QUART
to said that the Supt. persons for similar positionsand 43 teachers and 7 support g99()
Sanitarian Jack Trawick applicant area We 'are warned to beware budget and line items were wouldn't to personnel at the Middle
is needed sheriff and they come
if the lot size a
deputy
determine of.Big Brother, but many of compared, but Temple stated Bradford County because of School, 26 teachers and 4
he knew of In-
to meet state that someone
adequate when Lit that a fair comparison could
us can remember support personnel at Starke
tanks, terested in for the the salary."I
regulations for septic applying chief not be made because an itemin
the an
tle Sister was, Elementary teachers and 4
and also if it meets percolation job if he could place a mobile the 1972-73 budget might not agree with Mr. Holliday.It's at Mac NaughtonCanadian
support personnel
tests. home in the area. The board uoYance.TANe1bgkowI contain the same categoriesas a big raise," said Board Southside Elementary, 12

n..... .I.r 6.. ..\\\ WM Former in Casey's Supt.budget.Casey, now Thompson Member from Johnny Lawtey.Blaine It sonnel teachers at Lawtey and 2 support Elementary per-, $599
the first sign of supportfor
principal at Hampton was and QUARTCratvforcl
7 teachers 2 support
Elementary, said that four Holliday's stand. personnel at Hampton
line items for instruction in his "You're beating a dead Elementary, 7 teachers and
last budget totaled $1,820,986 horse," Temple said, pointingout one support personnel at Scotch
and the same four items in the school board had Brooker Elementary 21
Temple's new budget total previously given its stamp of teachers and 7 support per-
$1,960,552, an increase of approval to the salary sonnel at the vo-tech center, QUART g66
$139,566. The categories Included schedule and the job plus 6 county-wide teachers.
salaries of consultantsand classification. Nearing the four-hour mark ;l; Dewars White Label
in
supervisors $45,276 Figuring on his budget the board finally voted onHolliday's
1973-74 to $72,986 in 1972-73, a provided by 'the school staff amendment to give '""1' "" Scotch
decrease this year; salaries of for everyone at the meeting, the employee raise in two .A ; nr
principals, $195,930() in 73-74 to Charles Johns at that point years. The vote was a 2-2 tie $699
$163,000 in 72-73, up in 73-74; stated, according to his with Thompson and Holliday FIFTH
salaries of teachers,$1,439,070in () figures, the system is paying voting to limit the raise this
73-74 to $1,438,000 in 72-73, administrative salaries equalto year and with Seeber Good-
virtually teachers no change although raises 23 per cent of instructional man and Chairman Hall Mix or Match' == Booth's IIi & Dry
receives pay salaries. "Is there as many voting against the amend-
totaling $80,000; salaries of teachers as last year," Johns ment, and so it failed. Board ny Fifth 90 Gin
other instructional staff,
asked. 3 $449
Member H. A. Lawson was -
-- $280,276 in 73-74 to $147,000 in Fifth
-=---. .--- gil The pupil-teacher ratio this absent.
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72-73, up this year some
for "': Coronet Brandy
$133,000. -:; -1
Casey pointed out that if I\) -

Vote Sept. 11 Temple's teachers salaries budget are for left three out WEDNESDAYNIGHT $1Q9731LBEYS [ Fifth $4"Chatueax I

items, salaries of consultants, FISH supervisors, principals, and SPECIALCocktail VODKA: ".;;::,, SloGin I
other instructional staff totalto RELSKA VODKA= :;;a
For The City $520,000 in 1973-74 comparedto P.M. BLEND --
$383,000 in 197273. 175
Mrs. Pat Spengler asked G.W. FIVE STAR:::: jCOROET= Fifth $379

that the number of secretariesin Lounge All The Fried Flounder

Manager PlanYour the compared administrative this year buildingbe and You Can Eat Sangrole Santgria
last.After mentally adding up INCLUDES CHOICE OFPOTATO
with help of his staff Temple HUSH PUPPY A PIRATE'S SLAW
said 13-4 secretaries in 1972-73 60.IT'S .
and 4 in 197374. WINEFifth $1.
3500 SW 13TH ST GAINESVILLE.FLA. 378-2931
City's Future Why the increase, Charles
Johns asked.Primarily. .
because of the
Depends On It way the staff is classified, I I
Temple replied.
Only point raised by any

k The Committee For City Management Gov't. was school in any board way member critical of that the TIME

(Pd. Pol. .Adv., ) new $5 million spending bill
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10 TELEGRAPH August 30, 1973

Fox Hunt Bench Show Set

..7. T:' E ii : Y m1;;[ ;1j1 1 1m11j; ;[ j j1..1.m 1. .1[.1 1.::1j1' HAMPTON ,.
I fBy:::::::::::: ::::;::: :: :: ::;;::::: North Florida's Fox Hunter's Friday and Saturday September expected for the Friday night
:::::: :::::::::::;::::::::;:::::;:: :::::: ::::: :: another 350
NEWSBy Association will hold its 7 and 8'at the bench show and
Elizabeth Terry Third Annual Bench Show and Fairgrounds and Livestockarena entries for the Saturday

CHURCH ACTIVITIES- Mrs. Jim Benson, of Pis- overnight guest of Mr. and Sunday overnight guest of Mr. Josephine FontaineA One-Day Field Trial for Derby in Starke. morning field trial.
cataway, N.J. and Mrs. Jack Mrs. Les McClellan. On Sat- and Mrs. Cecil Anderson of add All Age Foxhounds on Some 100 to 125 entries are

Faith Baptist Church-Radio Pons, of Tallahassee, calledon urday, she and Mr. and Mrs. Live Oak. On Monday they full slate of candidates,
toured Macon, Ga., and were with opposition In every race I
Program over WPXE, Starke, her mother, Mrs. Bryant Charles Brown were dinner .
of the McClellans.Mr. overnight guests of Mr. and Is on tap for the Hampton City
They guests
8 a.m. Sundays. Bible School Reddish on Tuesday.
of Mrs. and Mrs. Art Kuhne and Mrs. Aden Sandlford. They election, Tuesday, Sept. 11.
10 a.m. Worship Services, 11 were dinner guests SAVE LIKE THE DEVIL !
am. and 7:30: p.m. School on Reddish'a grandson and children and her mother, of returned to their homes on Here Is the way the races

Bible Doctrine, Tuesday 8 granddaughter Mr. and Mrs. Madison N.J. were Thursdayto Tuesday. are shaping up:
Mrs. Elbert Knight and Mr. Arthur Bruno, a former mayor -
Saturday guests of their
of Macclenny
Pastor's ,
p.m. at home. Prayer Kay Stephenson,
and Mrs. Charlie Brown of and Buford Parker are
Meeting, Wednesday 7:30: that evening and were over- brother and sister-in-law, ,
Reddishand Mrs. Jack Kuhne and AnnIston, Ala., were Wednes- competing for the office of
p.m.; Bible Study. night guests of Mrs. Mr. and ,
of Mrs. which has been vacant -
returned home on Wed- family. day overnight guests mayor,
Grace United Methodist Ch- nesday. Mrs. Jack Kuhne and child- A.C. Kirkland, Sr., and Calvin since the registrationof

urch-Sunday School, 9:45: : a.m. Mrs. Esther Peterson and ren were dinner guests of her On Thursday the Brownsand Don Hill several months

Worship Services, 11 a.m. and children, of Seville, were brother-in-law and sister, family visited Disney ago.
Hershel ParkerIs
8 p.m. MYF Sunday night at Monday to Thursday guestsof Chief and Mrs. Bernard World at Orlando. They returned Incumbent
6:30: followed by Choir Prac- her sister, Mrs. Darlene Hughes and family, of Green on Friday. They, with not a candidate for reelection
tice. Norman and sons and other Cove Springs, Sunday even- Mrs. Knight, were dinner as marshal, and the
Highland Baptist Church- relatives. guests of Mrs. Minnie Lee office Is being sought by RalphM.

Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.Wor- Mrs. Lucille Cauley and Ing.Randall Reddish, of Raiford, Redding and family that even- Vaughan, who has prev-
ship Services, 11 a.m.and 7:30 family were guests of their was a Wednesday overnight Ing. All of them spent the iously served as marshal,and

p.m. Prayer Meeting Wed- uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. guest, of his grandparents night with the Klrklands.Mr. Fred Phillips.
nesday at 7:30: p.m. followedby Norman Starling, of Lakeland Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellan.Mr. and Mrs. Frank Beard, Incumbent City Clerk Bon-
Choir Practice.Dr. Friday to Tuesday of last and Mrs. Bob Smith, of Starke, were guests of Mr. nie Trisler Is seeking reelection BUYS
week. and Mr. and Mrs. James and Mrs. Carl Prevatt last and Is opposed by r } ,l

Sheldon Jones, an A- Mrs. Bill Anders and Mr. Faulkner and family, all of Sunday. On Monday Mrs. Shirley Forsyth.
merican Cherokee Indian of and Mrs. O.J. Anders, visited Starke, were dinner guestsof Marvin Moore and children,of
South Carolina, will conducta their son,, James Anders, in the Paul Locks on Wed- Lake City, and her grand Seven candidates have announced -
revival at the Church, Aug- Clay County Hospital at Green nesday. mother, Mrs. Moore, of Lake for the three upcoming -

ust 26 through SePt. 2, at 7:30: Cove Springs, on Friday. Mrs. P.C. Todor and sons Butler spent the day. vacancies on the City Look
nightly. Everybody welcome. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Crtffls left for Brazil South A Mr. and Mrs. David Newell Council. All Incumbents are -
were guests of their brother- merlca last Friday after and family, of Birmingham! seeking re-election. A. C.
in-law and sister, Mrs. A.C. spending a week with her par- Ala., stopped by on their way Dennison, Hank Lott, Jr., and

PERSONALS In-law and sister, Mr. and ents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred to Kisslmmee and Lakelandto Pat Glover; and others qualifying If You Are In The Market ForArrriiuiiii
for the Fran-
Mrs. O. L, and family, of Moore, and other relatives. see their aunt, Mrs.Flossie race are
Wadsworth Grace AdkIns
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Knight Jacksonville, last Sunday. Mrs. Fred Moore spent two Rosier. Another guest was ces Green
and daughter, of Baldwin, and Mrs. Sue Daniels of Cu- days at Lake Yale with a Mrs. Geneva Redding,of Wildwood Beal, Earnest and Cha-

Mrs. Pansy Knight, of Max- thbert, Ga., spent sometimewith group from the First Bap- on Thursday afternoon.Mr. rles Williamson. ",,< 1i"t. .', ville, visited her brotherinlaw her sister, Mrs. A. C. tist Church, of Starke, at a and Mrs.Harold Taylor, -
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Kirkland, Sr., and Calvin. Sunday School Teachers and of Lexington, Ind., spent a Polls will open at 7 a.m. .e
week with their nephew and and close at 7 p.m. In the :
Harold Eunice, Sunday after- Mr. and Mrs. Doc Mosley Workers Conference.
niece Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lock Hampton City Hall.
noon. visited their brother, A.J. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Mont- ,
Mrs. Joyce Futch and Miss Mosley, In Dr. Burg's Hospital gomery, of Valdosta, Ga., and family, and other relativesat SEABOLTBRYANTCongratulations
Elizabeth Terry spent the In Orange Park on Saturday brought their mother, Mrs. Maxvllle. "ee
weekend with their sister, W;E. Lowery back to her son- Mrs. George Lastinger, are In order
Mrs. J.P. Wyrick, of Talla- Sympathy of the community in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Elsie Bennett, and Mrs. for Peggy Jo Bryant and Harley -
hassee. On Sunday they, with is extended to the family of Mrs. Leon Wilkerson, on Sun- Jeanette O'Neal, all of Day- A. Seabolt who were unit-
the Charles Carters, attendedthe Mains Griffis,of Pal atka,who day and spent the day. tona Beach, were recent ed In marriage on Saturday,

funeral of their cousin, died suddenly last Wednesday. Mrs. Irving Mosley won a guests of Mrs. Lastinger'ssister Aug. 18, in Folkston, Ga. The ,
Mrs. Hattie Darley.
Carl Klrtslnger, Sr., In Chat- Mr. and Mrs. Dennie Box, trip to Salt Lake City, Utah, Mrs., C.R. Crews and Glen- bride Is the daughter of Hampton.of Bonnie er,
Mayfield,
tahoochee. On Monday evening of Columbus, Ind., were Mon- through regular attendance to ann, were Thursday to Satur- ,G
Mrs. Futch and Miss Terry day overnight guests of Mr. the Mormon Church. She day guests of her soninlawand DINNER! PARTY
of their ,
were dinner guests left last Saturday to attend
and Mrs. Paul Lock and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Carl services In the Mormon Tem-
family. and of
son
Tommy Clayton,
Moore, of Live Oak. Mrs. Elbert Knight, of Anniston ple over the weekend. Jacksonville.Mrs. host Mrs.a dinner W.R. Gatlin party,on Sr.Sept-will On All 1973 HomesGood

Ala. was a Thursday Mrs. Elsie Norman was a Charles Simmons,
ember 2 for her husband,
Mike and Debbie of Atlanta,
Russell, who will be 49 years
I were guests of her brother- young. His eight childrenand Selection Of 12 & 24 Wide* -
in-law and sister Mr. and
,
Do You Have Mrs. Jack Kuhne and family, three grandchildren will
AnyProblems help celebrate this occasion.Out .
over the weekend. of town guests will be
Mrs. Wilbur Marshbun of of Mr. and Mrs. M.D. Newman You Must Check Our Prices

Tallahassee, was a guest Sr. and family of Alachua,
her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Rho-
Mr. and
? Mrs. Hermie Kelly, Mondayto den of Lake Geneva and Mr.

Money Mr.Thursday.and Mrs. Paul Wilkinson Starke.and Mrs. Marlon Gatlin of Before You Buy.

and baby of Orlando, spent

Sunday with their parents,Mr. Ralph M. Vaughan Is recu-
and Mrs. Bennett Wllklson, perating after undergoing )I
n Sr. last Monday.Visitors
Ladles of Northslde Baptist surgery John Brown'sPrice
I
hostesses at the present time are restricted -
Church
r were
to his family, Mr.
$ .. for a stork shower for Mrs. and Mrs. Ralph E. Veltmanand
Sheila Starling at the churchon Mr. and Mrs. John R.

'iir Friday night. After play- Haslett, Jr. of Centralla, 111.,
the honoree
Ing some games,
and Mrs. E.V. Powell of Ham
opened her gifts. Refresh- The Hasletts and Velt-
pton.
of cake and were
ments punch
mans are Mr. Vaughan's dau-
served to the 23 guests attend- Mobile Homes
ghters and son-in-laws. Mrs.
ing.Mr. Powell Is his daughter.
and Mrs. Wm. Mobley,
of Tampa, were Saturday to Rt. 21 Phone 473-3775
Monday guests of their bro-
Keystone Hgts.Ask .
ther-in-law and sister, Mr. \ tllH ljSH\ ;:gCSls l that Mill
and Mrs. Jack Kuhne, and ran I lose wris'il:;' h> \\;">IVnri\
family. nil r\li nulc' cl.u. COUMIIlusolo About Our Rental Purchase Plan

Terri and Virginia Massey >le figures) that winks
went home with their grand-

Darents, Mr. and Mrs. H.C. THIS REPORT TO ., RETURNED TO THI OOVIMNMINT OfPRFIDFORD
!I
Harley( of Bushnell, last Sunday : DPAHTMNTOFTHETREASURY COUNT .
Their parents, Mr. and
The Best Solution to Mrs. Wayne Massey, went for II' OFFICE 190O PENNSYLVANIA Of REVENUE SHARING NW PLANS TO EXPEND ITS REVENUE SHARING ALLOCATION
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them on Saturday.Mrs. r
WASHINGTON. DC 20226 FOR THE ENTITLEMENT PERIOD BEGINNINGPaCle I
Wilkinson Sr.,
most money problems is a and Donald visited her son (Ig0EXECUTIVEPROPOSAL) Ch.ckthusblockdlhl.p/.nlsb.s.don. / JUL 1Y :J.9i"J: AND ENDING JUri 30. j.974
Hubert In the Veterans Hospital 1 1III _
Federal Passbook Gainesville, Sunday af- ) DEBT How will Ih. avadablhty. oI.Venus .h."ng funds .Nacl Itl' IN THE FOLLOWING MANNER BASED UPON AN

Guaranty ternoon. borrowing.qursm.nl.oyour, ( JUII'dlellonl ESTIMATED TOTAL OF $j. gu 26a?

Bryan Cowan and friend, AVOID DEBT INCREASE NO EFFECT
Account Yielding Singer, of Jacksonville were B @ TOO SOON TO ACCOUNT NO.
Tuesday dinner guests of LESSEN DEBT INCREASE PREDICT EFFECT 10 1 004 004MI .
Bryan's grandmother, Mrs.
J.F. Robertson.Mr. ( TAXES In whIch 01 Ih. following manners II 'ii ..pacl.d that the BRAe-FORD COUtITYsvalablhty I
and Mrs. ,I of Re..nu. Sha"ng Fund WIll .N.et Ihs tn SP OF
Roger Ed- CHRN COl'IM
5 3 % WIlen comings are left to wards, of Jacksonville spent 1.vats 01 your JUII.dlCllonl Chock a. many II apply. D61R B

per annum compound doily at the rate of Friday mother, to Mrs.Monday P.L. with Dinkins.her O WILL TEOfAMAJORTAIL ENABLE"' REDUCING 0 WILL INCREA'EOFAMAJORTAX.r1x REDUCE!' AMOUNT OF RATE. STARtE FLORIDA 2e91

Other guests were her son :: WILL PREVENT INCREASE IN t
and daughter-in-law, Mr. and RATE OF A MAJOR TAX D NO EFFECT ON TAX LEVELS

date of deposit to 5.25c Mrs. Paul Dlnklns, and David, WILL PREVENT ENACTING 4a
annum of O D TOO SOON TO PREDICT EFFECT J I
dote of withdrawal per afternoon St. Augustine, on Sunday A"NEW' MAJOR TAX __ ,r.,

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Smith, of k OPERATING/MAINTENANCE EXPENDITURES CAPITAL EXPENDITURES_ r.
Citra ::) PRIORITY PLANNED PI"' P/AC.t PLANNED PERCENT PLANNED fOR: :'
were guests of Mrs.
NO MINIMUM DEPOSIT REQUIREDNO y "Oslo. '" PtA NmIOA PURPOSE u"a DIJr-
Flossie Rosier EXpENDITURE EXPENDITURES wINnNANd, .IWUO EXPENDITURES
east Satur-
W .f unNNy IIrANNI' (lEI EQUIPMINT QNSIRUCIIDh ACQUISITION EIIIAIMDATauvrtu
MINIMUM TERM CATEGORIES 1.41)) (IB) IFI) :
day afternoon Go..: .Ih LLYni' Ib I O'' HI I"l" 'J t
.
Mrs. Francis and Elaine I ..0 MULTI'p
Cowan, of Jacksonville, spent C PUILICSA'm S 16.I)00.00 100 % %. OENkOALGOYT= S % % % % .
Ask About Certificates of Saturday afternoon with their 2 --
00,000 parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.F. a.Nd PHOTECTION ENVIRONMENTAL" S 19,000.00 100 % % EDUCATION" S % % % % i
Robertson.Mr. Q
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and Mrs. Robert Vad- I- T"ANSPORTATO'PUBLIC S *' % HEALTH 12 S % % *' % t
7.50% enals, of Rhode Island spent .... '" 'i
the week with their brother- tt 4 13Q '!:
% % d/o %
S S %
HEALTH IRANSPORTATlO
paying per annum in-law and sister Chief and W 18,000.00 EM 100 31.360.00 50 50 -i
Mrs. B. McCulley and David.: : to
5
I RECREATION,. S % % DEVELOPMENT $ 01 10 % % %
Mr. and Mrs. Claud Northof N 12 000.00- 100 .h_ __ 'i

It Pays You To Save Jacksonville afternoon, with spent their Saturday .... II LIBRARIES S 18'900.00 100 % % DEVELOPMENT 15. HOUSINO&p_ % "

mother, Mrs. Edith Swlnney, Z :"
To Save 7 ,"
Where They Pay You and attended the Firemen'sFish :j: SOCIAL SERVICES S % % kLONOM/C/ S % % % %
I.. fOR AGED& POOR ._ DEVELOPMENT.
Fry. They also attendeda ... .----- ..7 ',
house warming at Maxvllle. Go: FINANCIAL"' S % % / S % % % % AADMINISIRATION
40 ONMENNa1OV
Mr. and Mrs. J.F. Robertson "' 000.00 100 '
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GUARANTY FEDERAL SAVINGS & Mr. and Mrs. S.L. Swin- LPLAI, .E. .. / ''B S % %
dell and sons, and Mrs. Edith .ftVPlNCtiarihu, S123t990.. PUIILIc.SA: E1V CYO
Swinney, attended her grand- 19IN f- 7CULTURE
LOAN ASSOCIATIONOFFICES son, Adam North's birthday ) ASSURANCES (Astir toInurucbonG) RkCNEATION.1 S % % % % ,,',

party on Sunday afternoon in ZO OTH EASp.cYlTM "
Jacksonville. S % % %
news m.dla hays bean ad.llld that. a compl.li. copy %
IN: thiS.port has be.n publo.h.d ..n a local n.wpap.r 0'' g.naial, OTHERISpe./rI-' 'I
,\"re.y Gainesville c..cul.llon. I ha. roads docum.nllny Ih. comma. 01 this S % % % % I
the Old 1om&.P. real and Ih.y ue op.n toy public and news m.dla c'ulrny.
:.mrm: 220 N.Main St. Phone 378-1431 U OTHERISpoc"rJ
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01
:. .. 3301 W. University Aye. Phone 373-8482! S 10 Io % % :.
I use,. Ih. S.II''y of Ih. T..u.y that Ih. statutory' H = F i 'n''IplOVII.on. y
Stark 11I1.d .n Pail G: a'' Ih. Inatrucllons accompanying thus TOTAL PLANNED"' 4 .t t ;q'.; t.IIpOlI
: will be complo.d with this CAPITAL' EXPt"'DI"' S b I"'f'Z; ;iti
by 'nlpunt' guvurnmmt with i" : :. ': t.
.. ..- 395 W.Madison St. Phone 964-5000 IIlpacllO lM.nIlU.m.nl'undt' "PO"""h.....". lURES 31,360 r.'00 .; .:.o:4Z-.t:.. -a.' ..;:J J'55d


K.yiton. Heights: "

l..f Corner of Lawrence Blvd. and M .. !uP'Ll.f;;: Y S G B73 DATE NAMabNEWSPAPIR Bradford County Telegraph __ ____ :

--- Sylvan Way Phone 473.4952 "Remember when $10- :

OOO- -ye r man was a tue-: / Ralph .!.Bryan, C irman. __ ._..__ __ _... .._ i
reaa: ? Now he' a plumber' ....... h lLS.-PLIASI PI.Nt WTI"";....H.O 0.pAM -
THE FRIENDLY SAVINGS CENTER helper." JULY 1111 NO Sale i
THIS REPORT TO BE RETURNED TO THE OI.T. 0' THE TREASURY :
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I Tornado Gridders On Schedule In Current Training: ; Program"Overall : ; I

-
I think we're abouton
schedule on defense and "We haven't had a real good people such as Donnie seweD, have four running backs
offense and our young players defensive practice yet as far who has been out for a week, big now Ricky Hall,
srA rnmintf through nnw r'1 1 as the front defensive" seven is and Steve Register, out Sexton."I good now,Matt Hull at
says Head Tornado Coach concerned, says Coach Monday. But we re working Bruce Barnes at full
David Hurse of his team going Sexton."At hard and hopefully by the end tail back, and Tim Crews
into the third week of practice defensive end I've been of the week the defense will. depth has been showing im
getting ready for the up- working Terry Hayes Sheldon begin to shape up." with and quickness at
Hodge, Donald
Jamboree Loper and 'working tailback '
coming
September spot according
6 at Florida Field In Dale Haas," says defensive The only real experience keep .
Gainesville. line Coach Mike Sexton.At returning to the defensive line Coach Nichols."I
the defensive tackle is Register and Hayes. Loper The Green is continuing
"What we need now more positions are Steve and Chandler both played Larry J'Ove: every day and is
than anything else Is for some Alan Norton, Gary Register Wallace, varsity last year but saw fine leadership and
leaders to come forward and Ar a, Donnie Neel, and Donald. limited action, but Sexton a fine job of executing
n
help our captains build pridein Loper. feels they will paly ball this Hurse plays at the quarterback
the team," says Coach 1 year. Chuck Norton played at :same at Green is showing ac
Hurse. Donnie Sewell, Marlon tackle and nose man last year Mike throwing the ball but
Even with a large squad of Thornton and Danny Anderson but also saw only limited receivers are failing to
are all trying for the action. Johnny them.
41 boys the team is hurting for
nose man position.Six .
experience with only two
starters from last year men are fighting for the
returning. ri I 'lu linebackers spot. They are
Steve Register and Terry Early Chandler, Dwight
(Hayes, both seniors, are the Barber, Pete Puckett, Matt "As Floridians, we should remember that 93%
two returning starters. Hull, John McCutchen, and of Florida'8 energy needs are met by oil and
Register plays center on offense David Harper. natural gas. We, as individuals, can do much to
and Hayes and tackle plays on end defense both Quarterback Charlie Gre<>n tosses the ball to one of his running backs during practice Monday "We've been missing key F< ; -= conserve our use of these valuable energy sources."
preparing for the Jamborc
ways.In e coming up next Thursday at Florida Field.
the defensive backfieldthe
only experienced playersare along with Tim Crews who has Letterman Chuck Norton is William H.
Ronnie Hall, who saw played some in both corners. at weak tackle and Is being 4t '
limited action last season, and pushed hard by Donald Loper.
Competing for the
Larry Sherman, who has position is Stuart Stricklandand monster One of these will start, according EXCITING! Bevis
plaved. but not at BUS. Mike Gaskins. "There is to Redding. 1 ,
Hall followed by Bruce not a lot of difference in eitherone Junior Early Chandler"Our and you can bet on It/! Chairman, Florida Public Service CommlMlon
Barnes and Johnny Nicholsare of them. Most positionsare Sticker" because he sticks
all working at the safety wide open and whoever people, says Redding, will be /
position and Defensive back puts out the most now and in at the weak guard spot p.m. NIGHTLY
Coach Keith Steele does not the Jamboree will start for followed by John McCutchensand except Sundays
know who will be starting us," says Steele. David Harper, both 145 i
there yet.James On the offensive line Steve pounders who can also stick 12
Aldridge and David Register, 6' 4", 190!! is at people. MATINEES noon
work McMilliam this have done and a lot fall of center and Terry Hayes, 6' 4" Marlon Thornton will be a Mondays Wednesdays/ Saturdays Today, in Florida, 8 out save it.
season
200, will be at offensive end.
follow for Steve at
Register
up of 10 hotel and
the center position. every If you'd like to help,
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1F by George

Rattlesnakes And Junk Cars -
It happened a few days ago This was done with plants
but it is still popular donated by Marvin Hosier
discussion in the from his nursery in Starke a
Lawtey area.
Recently a six-foot rattlesnake was it would seem that the city might be perfect final touch.

killed in a weed and underbrush liable for injuries sustained by any c l Last Saturday afternoonand

covered vacant lot just one block from citizen due to negligence in enforcing evening the members Lawtey had Fire a from My third the mention Community is the men

Call Street. the law. Department in
HOT time. The big differencethis Vocational Center Lawtey.
time in the firemen beingIn This CVC is located in the old
This was a dangerous but dramatic The subject of abandoned M action was that they were Lawtey school. Sometime I
illustration of the potential danger to automobiles on public and private working with fire and smoke want to say more about the

the "health and safety" of the citizensof property has also come up for with an end result With of doing.good work The stones these people and plants are

Starke when city ordinances are discussion at recent council meetings. something the good there mighty were good., however, had to be put into place. This
openly flouted. It is easy to imagine Although this item is not covered signs of destruction. One took labor.

what might have been the tragic specifically in the ordinances, it would thousand pounds of fried and

outcome in this instance if some seem that the City would have the Weather There? smoked mullet fish were Well, 1 don't know how
barefoot child playing in, or crossing power to move against this nuisance How's The Up completely destroyed by lots many mullet it takes to makea
their but I do
satisfying thousand ,
through this vacant lot should have under its mandate to define prohibit of people pounds
Speaking of tall men, this was the startling scene on Call Street several decades ago when hunger. know those ladies served the
come in contact with this huge rattler. abate, suppress and prevent all things Sternberg's Store, then located where the west half of Stump's Store now stands, brought "the first plate close to 5 p.m. and
detrimental to the health, comfort tallest man in the world" to Starke as part of an advertising promotion. The stunt really This was opening day for the ih.> line never completely
Would the city have been liable in morals safety contentment, and brought the crowds to town, as witnessed by this photograph. The young man's name or his newly completed fire. I b.roke mi about 8 p.m. People

case of serious injury or even death welfare of the inhabitants." vital statistics are not remembered, but it is believed he was around nine feet tall. department word headquarters.The volunteer is working together something for a good done
get
cause can
resulting from such an incident? associated in many ways with and it sure can be said,
Perhaps it would in view of provisionsof Besides being unsightly abandonedcars Rain Misses the building. Our first thought, "Lawtey done it again."
the City Charter which give it the and trucks are definitely a threatto HOME NOTES, of course, is the labor and
other time chores
consuming
to "...define prohibit abate, the safety and welfare of the
power Local to the done.
From Your Extension Home Gauges necessary get job
suppress and prevent all things citizens of the community since they How do I know all this?

detrimental to the health, comfort, harbor snakes, mosquitoes rodents, ,Economics Agent Before labor could go into Because I was there at 5 p.m. I
wouldbe
Only nine-tenths inches of action, there had to be had told my wife that I
morals safety contentment and and other pests, as well as being a ; 1 1fJ rainfall which fell In three materials to use for 1 home about 7:30: and would
welfare of the inhabitants of said city." danger to children who might like to :6' mz'L"I days at the Louis Hill fire would sure get into trouble if 1 bring her a plate. She finally

play around them, as they sometimesdo h,. tower at Highland has been tried to call names and express drove to Lawtey and got her
More specifically, in the case of with old, discarded refrigerators. measured in the rain gaugesof appreciation for all the own plate and I got home at
the Division of Forestry interest, so I'll mention just 9:15.: 1 convinced her that the
overgrown vacant lots Section 10-8 of FRUITS OF SUMMER In buying fresh plums select since August 22, this, that they were im Raiford Band got better after
the city ordinances provides that: "It Enforcing the ordinances against ones that are full-col- portant.The they ate about 7:30: and she
shall be unlawful for the owner or overgrown, vacant lots abandoned If love fresh fruit as, ored for their variety and "It's been raining allover forgave me for being late. Bub
you firm except for a slightly the county but It hasn't been II & H Construction Carter told me he was there
person occupying or having control of automobiles, and other unsightly"nuisances" much as I do, this time of good indication -
soft Up-end-and a falling in ourgauges"reportsForestry Company of Lawtey gave the close to 5:00: later went hometo
any vacant lot of any premises, to keepor would serve a double the year will be a favoritefor of ripeness. If plums Division headqua- stones to make such an at- feed his calves, came back
allow to remain thereon any excessiVe purposenot only putting a more you. aren't quite ripe yet,. leave rters on SR-100 west of St- tractive front for the building.I and I left him there. Nobody
growth of weeds or noxious attractive face on our community, but them at room temperatureto arke. The Louis 11111 Tower had to ask who 11 and II was just went and ate and rushed
unwholesome or offensive also eliminating a definite threat to Fresh fruit tastes good and ripen-but watch them care- recorded .1 inches Aug. 23 and I found out that it is the away. It was a great time in
plants or any Is so good for you. You will fully They turn from ripe to and .4 tenths inches on both Bennett boys. You should see Lawtey most of last Saturday.
whatever and welfare.It .
vegetable matter safety find It relatively low In calories -
overripe very fast. Refri- Friday and Saturday, Aug. the type finish these stones
calculated to annoy any citizen, or to If you are weight con- gerate ripe plums immediately 24-25 for a total of .inches. make possible.No Fire Chief and Police Chief
endanger public health" is hoped that the Council will do scious If and loaded with vitamins ; they'll keep in the Jordon says they are going to
more than merely discuss what we meet In the super- refrigerator from 3 to 5 days Outlook for the coming week building is ever complete have another one sometimeand
recourse the City has to eliminate market,. you'll notice my bas- particularly if you use aplastic Is for more of the same early unless the ground line is they want to make it
ket full of the fruits which are
The same ordinance gives the City these unsightly hazards. Discussion is In season now-and good buys- bag or container to pre morning ground fog and scat- finished by placing some bigger and better. Well. I'll
vent shriveling. Let me recommend ornamentalplants I
tered showers. Rain probability appropriate have to see it done before I
clean such vacant lots of but amount of
to no and
authority course peaches plums.
up necessary pears that you leave the remains 30 to 40 per cent. around the foundation. believe it can be done.
and bill the owners for expense in- discussion will take the place of a little skin on.

volved. Since it has this responsibility. action.atiliij. serve One of peaches my favorite Is sliced ways In to -

breakfast cereals but Is Is
luscious treat at
s an equally
I IM Ii
lunch, dinner or snacktime.The .
ORIo4 Co freestone peach is the
type you are most likely to
p ? find; It Is easiest to eat out-
y ecrrvs it4 of-hand or to prepare In fruit -
O MEMaER dishes because tile flesh of
Oy the peach separates readily -
ro1TION from the pit when it Is ripe.
BOB G. FERGUsON:: JOHN M. MILLER iir -i

Publishers Look for peaches which are --IrIJIIII
Published each Thursday and entered as Second Class Matter at the Post Office at Starke, bright and fresh, with a red or [

Fla. under Act of March 3, 1879. pinkish creamy blush background on a yellow color.or err 13 ..11

in trade $6 $3.50 six months. '
Subscription rate area: per year: ""
Peaches should be firm but ... "'-' "- ... _, .. .
-
Outside trade area: $7 per year: $4.00 six months. 'Stailie, Fla. ; _. "; 0: "' ...
Phone 964-6305 not tiara- hard ones whit a : ,' ;..::I--= '" .-""' .. . ..
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ground color may not ,. .. _- -- "" ":'" '
green -r :J.-" : -.r= ,, -. a. -, .a.'J.W- -- .;; "..'.'..' 1:'-
ripen. Avoid soft peaches or :---r CeG,f'l-: :y'rv"; 7 w_ "S a -= t -- t -
bruised or discolored fruit.

At room temperature decay New Church To Be Dedicated 2
will develop rapidly and may Evergreen Baptist September
spread to other peaches.Since
LABOR that revival services will be
peaches are extremely perIshable Dedication ceremonies for The new church Is locatedon Rev. Cecil Crawford Sr., "conducted at Evergreen start-
handle them with care the new Evergreen Baptist SR-125 about a mile south pastor says the new church
ing 3 and contin-
FUNDAY so as not to bruise fruit others Church will be held Sunday September
r of the old church and Is or was built on a pay-as-you-go uing through September 8,
might want to buy and don'tbuy Sept. 2, with dinner on the two-acre site donated to the basis with most of the money Sermons will be preachedeach
more than you can use or grounds at 1 p.m. followedby
; church by Henry Reddish. coming from contributionsfrom night at 7:30: by Rev.
store without waste. Keep al the dedication service at
L Plans for the new church the membership. The old Aaron Singletary, pastor of
temperature to ripen- 2 o'clock.The .
room started 4 1/2 years ago and church building and property the Raiford Baptist Church.
put peaches in refrigerator tc dedication sermon will it was completed at a cost of will revert to the origlanl owners "Everyone is invited to attend -
-O.. slow the ripening process be preached by Rev. Walter about $32,500 with membersof he said. the dedication !nd also
n 'c THE MaIMs, of Maxville. the church doing some labor. The pastor also announced! the revival services
Juicy, flavorful Bartlett ilS i:-
J lL lS lSTt,1.j
pears are one of my most
c favorite pearsand also the
.:a LAST principal summer pear. Take
advantage of this year's lar-
BIG ger than usual supplyand
N Ac try some serving.of these possibilitiesfor !


WEEKEND Lengthwise slices of fresh :

pear turkeham arranged a-
round a mound of cottage che- / 4It
ese on a bed of salad greens II
served with blue cheese cres- (! k P .I,
served with blue cheese dressing -
FOR THE sounds like a real treat, J J J'I BE Bartram Girls
'
doesn't It? Try adding a Ia!
SUMMERSO tiny relish cup full of cran- t : i

berry relish for a colorful are Ladles '
accent. .

For dessert,,. try baked tart
DON'T BLOW IT shells filled with lemon pud- : ,i

ding, chilled and topped with r"d'MJ., .., .-.I., '"
fresh pear slices at serving 1ot\.2' .
.',J :
COME BY HANDYWAYFOR time. Great!

For a more filling dlshcen-
ter chicken salad on a bed of but Bartram Girls also
greens and surround It witha are GirlsTrue
sunburst of fresh pear sUe
IceCold Drinks
a sunburst of fresh pear
slices. Bartram girls are ladies the school was institution that welcomes students from all religious
founded in the mid-1930's to offer girls sound racial and ethnic backgrounds. We ,
day
Snacks Suntan accept
Lotions
academic preparation for the most competitive students in grades 5 through 12, and resident students
colleges, and to go beyond to develop leadership, in grades 7 through 12.
Sandwich Meats 3 Reddish's character, integrity, and good judgment. Qualities If you want the opportunity of discovery for your
that life and community demand of ladies. daughter, the Headmaster will gladly discuss our

Earn Master But aside from advanced academic preparation program with you. Bartram girls are ladies but ,
And Other Time Savers.We'll in languages, humanities mathematics and science, Bartram girls are also girls. .!\
Many In La. Bartram has other responsibilities like letting our
Degrees girls be girls. Freedom to find themselves. Unusual Contact Mr. Bradford Laimon, Headmaster, 2264 '
opportunities in art. music, dramatics Bartram Road, Florida 32207, or
sports or
help you squeeze the most out of a weekend. MONROE La.--Three Red- whatever each needs for growing in her own telephone ((90a) 72! 8830 1

dish's--John, Barabara and individuality and sometimes, that means just plain p

I OPEN FROM 7:00: 'TO 11:00: EVERY DAY I Michael, all of Starke--re- fun. Bartram School 11:
degrees r,:
calved master of education Bartram School 1 ;is an ;independent, nonprofit j
at Northeast Louisiana Fully accreditedP.J
University on August 17 this ,=

summer.John and older brother Michael J Jy't
both received M. Ed'sIn "
administration and super-
HandqWaqFOOD vision. John's wife, Barbara,
received her M. Ed. In elementary -

education. # g fi't'a aI
It seems that Michael came
to Northeast in 1970 to begin I
work on his master's and was
STORESCONVENIENTLY
joined Barbara.in 1972 > John and

Louisiana Gov. Edwin Edwards -
delivered the com-
LOCATED NEAR YOU mencement address In Wilson
Ewing Coliseum to some 450 wws

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K"imnoo:1i: ::::::::::::;:;:;::Community I News :::::::::rmmm:: Mrs.Rhoda Rhoda La-Zlnk Mills Millsof PINE LEVEL BAPTIST MADISON STREET THANK YOU
:;:.;::::::::-:. >> Mulberry a former resident CHURCH BAPTIST CHURCH
of Bradford County; May we take this method of

died Friday Aug. 2.. after 4 miles west of Starke on Sunday School 9:45: { Morn- thanking our neighbor and
By Elizabeth Givens Walker an extended 1I1ne... She had Hwy 100 ing Worship, 11 a.m.; Church friends for their kind expressionsof
lived In the Mulberry area Training 6:15 WMU Prayer sympathy In our

CHURCH since 1946 coming there from Schedule of Services .... Circle 7:15 ; Evening Service bereavement. Those expressions -
NEWS
Saturday the Sunday School be a recreation period for the an opportunity; for persons) In South Carolina. 7:30.MondayYouth: have been deeply
Greater Bethlehem Teachers Conference will be children in the educational need of self improvement or Surviving are two sons.flvedaughters I i Sunday Bible Hour..10OOa.m. appreciated
Baptist Church Freewill held. building from 4 to 5 p.m. All better Job opportunities to get 23 grandchildren, Sunday Morning Worship... Choir 7 p.m. Mrs. Vincent R. Smith
Rev.
Jasper parents are asked to 48 great-grandchildren and I 10:50 .
Williams Sunday Is pastoral day. please the help needed. Your opportunity a.m.Sunday
iams has been pastor.on Rev. Will starting with Sunday School at cooperate with this activity.; ; Is here again If ;you ten great-great-grandchild Evening Tralnlng..6W Tuesday--Bible Study.lOajn. ARD: OF THANKSFor
vacation for 9:30 Morning Service at II will he p.m.the .
the month accept It. Success of ren.Funeral I
past and SCHOOL NEWS
will be services held I Wednesday--Prayer Meeting
welcomed back followed by dinner at 12:30. class depends on regular at- were all the thoughtful prayers
for services at 10 sun. Monday at > Sunday Evening Mission Friends Pre-teen
this Evening Service 6 tendance. Worshlp..7:00 and kind expressions of sym
Sunday. Greater Allen Chapel AME School bells rang In all Seigler Funeral Home chapelIn ]1 I P.m. Bible Study 7:30 p.m.; Adult pathy which helped us so much
Church Rev. B.C. Williams Bradford County; schools Morf- VISITING Mulberry followed by Interment Wednesday Evening' Worship Choir 8:30.ThursdayYouth: during the final Illness of my
Monday night Ushers Board day Aug. 27. and
pastor. many smil- In Mt. Sinai Cemetery > 7:30: p.m.Wednesday.
Sunday School 10 mother extend
we our deepest
No. 2 and Choir
No. faces
3. Senior ing entered the
doors for Bible Study
Graham.
Choir a.m. Love Feast service at 11. Deacon and Mrs. James near Choir Rehearsal gratitude.
rehearsal each Tuesday Communion will be given In another term. All activities Prince enjoyed an extended 8:30: p.m.Thursday. 8 p.m. Trond Sundem
night. Wednesday had :Martha
Sundem
night Pray a good start, and with the
er Meeting. the 5:30 service. visit with their niece Mrs. Visitation ... 7:30 ...... ......
Thursday night. cooperation of _----- 'T .
All everyone we P.m.
Story Hour at the Church;also members are asked to will have another successful Emma Jane Matthews in Milwaukee Mrs. Martha Sundem,88, of
Ladles Circle meets at homeof please cooperate with the annual term. Wis., and also Chicago KIngsley Lake died Sunday In 1
Griffis & Sons
Nursery for all FiberglassCustom
Men's open services -
Mrs. Elizabeth Wright. Day celebration m. They experiencedan a local hospital after a lin
which will terminate October enjoyable vacation and the ;
Prayer Band meeting Friday ADULT CLASSES gering lllneis. She was a native
14. Success depends on the scenes will be long remem- Built// Boats
Fiberglass
night at the Clarence Coving- of Norway and had resided We Invite
; to
cooperation of each bered. ;you worship
ton home. Saturday the SenIor New Bethel member.: Plans are In the making to Rev. and Mrs. W.H. Walker at KIngsley Lake for with us this week.
Baptist
Church
and
Ushers the three Fiberglass Repairs of all Kinds
will sell dinners organize adult classes at RJE past :years. ,.
Rev. Leroy Davis Next had as weekend visitors his
pastor.
from the kitchen. At 6 School. All Interested Surviving Is a son, Trond 1 I
adults Pastor
p.m. Rev. John Strick-
!Monday (Labor Day)tbere will brother Joe Walker from
are Invited to attend. This IsMusta11q Cough Ga.! and Eddie Walker Sundem, r"'J TOOLBOXES
and one sister. Mrs. Astrid I
from East Orange N.J. Youth Pastor Rev. Gary
>e Hi*aiHmMMi Carleton of Boynton Beach., Wheeler ICE CHESTS
A program will be presentedby
the youth Saturday at ...


Rally 6 The p.m.annual will be Family held Day Sunday and DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home TRI-HULLS TO SPECIFICATIONS BUILT OR !9' '

Sept. 14 with dinner servedat YOUR PLANS

1 p.m. STARKE
Experienced Marine Mechanic On, Duty
Sunday School will terminate Phone 964-6200
services for Sunday. Re- Rental r Home Of The Stumpknocker

MOBILE gular services will. be held
HOMES
NCI the following Sunday with Hospital Beds, Walkers, Wheel Chairs & Crutches. f'' ALL HAND FINISHED

the Family Day activity.; KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
Ebenezer Baptist Church i 5 MILES NORTH ON 301 PHONE 964-5531
1650 N.
Temple Ave. 964-721 Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. Phone 473-3176 : P.O. BOX 100 STARKE. FLORIDASample

Starke Fla. Weekly services begin with I ____._____
Open 9-8 1-6 Sun. Bible Class each Tuesday at
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8 p.m. Thursday Prayer
Your Meeting. Friday night Aug.
Mobile Home 31, Choirs 2 and 3 will rehearse BallotFIRST

Sunday School 9:45
Morning service at 11.Evening PRIMARY
Shopping Center Worship, 7 p.m.
Mt. Morlah United Methodist GENERAL ELECTION
Church Rev. Willie Stitt pastor
Featuring: Church School 10 a.m. No.
Starke Bradford County Florida
Altair Ara Argo Boanza Bronzwood Capella Crescent Communion Service at 11,terminating ,

Draco Elmwood Granule services for 1e.day. September 11 1973
Sheffield .,
Choir No. I rehearsal Monday \
night before the first Sun

August Clearance Sale Continues day. Choir No. 2 rehearsal
Monday night before the third Initials of Issuing -

All 7 3 Homes Must Go! Sunday. Sunday School' will OfficialSample
begin services at 10 a.m.Love

1973 Doublewide 1973 Sheffield Feast service at 11. Communion ,
Service 3 p.m. Visitors ,ii," d".11/ ___________

Draco 12 68 4 Bedroom always welcome.
x New Hope Baptist Church ------------------------------------

3 Bedroom 1 l1h Bath 1 l1h Bath Completely Rev.School S.W. M.>10 selypastor.Sunday a.m. Morning- Signature of Elector

Furnished From Kitchen Worship at 11. Afternoon service .-------------
Fully Furnished ----------------------------------------------
4 p.m.
Was Appliances Bedding Ballot

Now $8995 Was

$959500 $74951 NOW $l FIRST PRIMARY


This is Your COUPON GOOD FOR ,' GENERAL ELECTION

I41; NOT 10,000 But 15,000 S&H Green(: ,' :.4.I\ ::..1. ?.;.."' ., Starke, Bradford County, Florida No.. ;


[Stamps With The Purchase of a NEW 73 HOMEOUR September 11 1973


PRICES INCLUDES DELIVERY WITHIN 100 MI.
.
CEMENT: BLOCK. INSTALLATION OF HURRICAN E TIE DOWNS. Initials of Issuing -

Collated Official
25 FT. OF WATER HOOK-UP ft< 20 FT. OF SEWER PIPE PLUS A SET OF STEPS
by Inflation?

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a
:n (RETAIN THIS WORKSHEET) THE GOVERNMENT OF ,

2 S": BROOKER TOWN .. ,

DEPARTMENTOFTHETREASURY HAS USED ITS REVENUE SHARING PAYMENT -----------------------------------------------------------
o Nr ,
OFFICE OF REVENUE SHARING '
FOR THE PERIOD BEGINNING '
'
1900 PENNSYLVANIA AVE N W. '
WASHINGTON D,C. 20226 I.197'3 ENDING JUN 30 1972 .Ii:' : Ballot
JAN : : X' Sample '
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IN THE FOLLOWING MANNER BASED UPON A "
(ILl DEBT How hll the IVloIlblhry of revenue sharutgundo affected the ...;
borrowIng requirements 01 you,u"adlcllon1 : FIRST PRIMARY
TOTAL PAYMENT OF $3. 239

AVOIDED DEBT INCREASE NO EFFECT .\ GENERAL ELECTION
'
B ACCOUNT NO.

LESSEN DEBT INCREASE TOO PREDICT SOON EFFECT TO 10 2 OfN OOl.1M 1 Starke Bradford County, Florida
'
( ) TAXES In whIch of Ifs followIng mlnn.r. dd, the availability of BROOKER TOtdNR.v.nue
SpptanLer 11. 1973
Sharing Funk affect the II. levels of you IUro. ,
TO'I', LLERK; '
diction Check aa many aa apply .
PO SOX 93 ,.
-p D ENABLED REDUCING THE D REDUCED AMOUNT OF RATE BROOL' FLORIDA 3"",,6e,.,2 "
RATE OF A MAJOR TAX INCREASE OF A MAJOR TAX
, To vote fur a person whose name is printed 1 on the ballot -
D PREVENTED INCREASE IN l!VI NO EFFECT ON TAX LEVELS : mark X in the the RIGHT of the
( )
RATE OF A MAJOR TAX !Li: : a cross square at ..
PREVENTED ENACTING name of the person' for whom you desire' to \ote. i'
-i D D TOO SOON TO PREDICT EFFECT
A NEW MAJOR TAX ,

\ OPERATING/MAINTENANCE EXPENDITURES CAPITAL EXPENDITURES

PRIORITY ACTUAL PFNt'":' PINtliIt: ACTUAL PERCENT USED FOR CITY CLERK AMENDMENT: I
uawm A usio/ae PURPOSE
I Iq EXPENDITURE EXPENDITURES MUNIINANCI, NION,.....,. EXPENDITURES lAND O'BTQ
or rxoTNG" (LEI) EQUIPMENT" I1NSTRXT ACOUISITION AUIA''Nr'
lie; CATEGORIES(AI ('B) FINVIUE ILL 1..etS 101 'F) 101 NI tli Ut, For Two Years Vote For One AMENDMENT TO CITY OF STARKE
C) 10 MULTI.
1 W P I UBLICSAFETY $ % % GENERAL PURPOSE AND GOVT $ % o Ie, 0/0 ocQ CHARTER LAvS.)
;

O iii: 2 PROTECTION ENVIRONMENTAL $ % % EDUCATION 11 S % % DID % MERRILL EDWARDS AMENDING ARTICLE II AS PERTAINS

CHARLES HARDY TO FORM OF GOVERNMENT SECTION 7
)O 12' OJ'' ,
OJ' % S BID % %
PUBLIC 70
$ /0 HEALTH
Q TRANSPORTATION OF THE CHARTER LAMS OF THE CITY

18.4; S 01 10 % TRANSPORTATION 13 $ %/O CJ-o % ills OF STARKE RELATING TO THE AB-

:O t HEALTH 14 CHIEF OF POLICE OLITIOM OF A CITY CLERK AND THE

ti RECREATION $ % % DSOCIALEVELOPMENT $ % % DON % APPOINTMENT OF A CITY MANAGER.

15 HOUSINGS For Two Years Vote For One
LIBRARIES $ % 10 COMMUNITY $ 0"0 DID 01 70
DEVELOPMENT
.fit..
:z! 1 18
.. SOCIAL SERVICES $ % % ECONOMIC $ % % % 01 10 JIMmY BOWEN
FORAGEOB POOR
17t
t:: ADMINISTRATION FINANCIAL $ % % CONSERVATION ENVIRONMFNTAL $ 01 10 'oL 10 01 10 01/0 JESSE D. BRANSON A CITY MANAGER TYPE OF GOVERNMENT

, iii! j ',r ABOLISHING THE OFFICE OF THE CITY
aOP1eATIN6 MAIN. 1
$ / p UaLIC SAFETY $ % % % /0i9 BILL CHAMBERS
TIANCI IX'I
"I CLERK AS AN ELECTED OFFICIAL.

IN! CERTIFICATION (PI.... Read Irtstruction'F'). CREATION $ o/c/ % % Yo WILLIAM f. ROSSER
h. news media, haw b..n adv..d. that I compl.re copy CULTURE
0thiu.. report hal been pubhlh.d In I local newspaper of general 200THER/Sp.e,', AGAINST
Circulation I hive ecodl docum.ntong the eont.ntl of Ihll report $ o/c o/c/ 01 10 01 10Addltlon.lly. -_ -
and they are open for pubhe and news mediC Icullny
I certify that I 1m Ihe chIlI ...cut.v. officer, 31 OTHER ISp.cdyland. :
with ,..pecl 10 the .ntlliement funds .port.d hereon I $ % % % /0oetlty COMMISSIONER/ CROUP. A CITY MANAGER/ TYPE OF GOVEHNMENT
that they have not bean u..d In violation 01 .nher the
s.p.ndltwe' requirement (Section 1031 0' the matching 220THER/SpoeI.J ABOLISHING
THE
OFFICE OF
priority THE CITY
funds p'Ohlb.tlon(S.cllon 1041 of th.ACI $ % % % % For Two Years Vote For One
CLERK AS AN ELECTED OFFICIAL.
((01 TRUST FUND REPORT TT
TA'ACTUA. ..
$ -"-- -
TUefS CA..TA.I..INOI. JAMES/' E. (JIMMY/' ) IMcRAECOMMISSIONER j D FOR

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llroc.v.d, "\
Revenue Sharing Funds
Thru June 30. 1913. . s-3..2:3.: ....
a '.
I i Inr..II Earned . . . s SIGNATU Of NLCUIIVI Off/CC GROUP 4 ,

i Total Funds Avlol.bl. . s--.:!. n .'. .t' .J (;"t.-t' '.,.. ,, '. ..
I NAM( USI PRINT .- q;_ For '
Two Years
Vote For One
S! Amount bp.nd.d. . . s----- ,

o>I Balance . .. . . S 2" .00 NAM( Of NIW.MI R OAT PuOVIHIO .

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Fraud In Offers
LEGALSLEGAL Suspected
Non Protein Diet
Or Work
For Truck Drivers _
certificates will be sold to Health"People \ thermore, the Federal Trade
A the
or To
NOTICEI OF APPLICATIONFOR Dangerous fraudulent scheme vertisements. However
NOTICE the highest bidder at the court being Indiana Private School Acc- I Commission Is looking into
TAX DEED advertised statewide
door the first Mon- through the activities of this operation
on
I James E. McRae, Mayor of F.S. house rediting Commission has not
classified
Sec. 194.16, newspaper sections complaintabout
Month of September, "Proteins are bodybuilding having a
in Saying: Anyone
day who as the schools
on complete of
go approved
the City of Starke. Florida, by Be- appears to be gaining momen- any
10th of and essential. of operation
which is the day this type
of the vested HEREBY 1973. vegetarian and macrobioticdiets tum named in the ads.
virtue authority in NOTICE IS is either according to Agriculture Divisionof
me by law, do hereby call a First GIVEN, that Gilbert S. September, 1973. are ruining their hea- cause your body Commissioner Doyle Center. Conner said the Attorneys should write to the
Primary Election to be held at Brown, Clerk to Board of Dated this 9th day of lth," warns noted nutritionist being torn down or built Hie advertisements are dlr- General of Michigan and Kan- Consumer Services Florida -
the Fire Station in the foresaid County Commissioners the August, 1973. Adelle Davis in an article In up all the time, eating milk, ecieo to inamauais sas are taking legal action to Department of Agricul-
City by qualified voters on holder of the following certificates Gilberts. Brown, Clerk the current Issue of Feminine cheese, eggs and peanut bt- as truck drivers seeiongemployment eliminate this scheme from ture and Consumer Services,.
Tuesday, September 11, 1973 has filed said certificates By Beulah M. Moody, D.C. Fitness magazine. ter takes care of growth and construction workers and, within its boundaries. Fur- State Capitol, Tallahassee ,

A.D., for the purpose of electingthe for a tax deed to be Clerk of Circuit Florida Court of "A lot of college studentsare all the wear and tear throughout heavy equipment operators. r __.-32304--, -----. -t
following officer! : issued thereon. The certificate Bradford County, on these dlets"contlnues life. They suggest a growing demand .
CITY CLERK TWO YEARS numbers and years of 8-16 4 t 9.6NOTICE Ms. Davis, "and they are pay- "These fad diets with vir- for qualified people In

issuance, the description of Ing the price in damage to tually no protein are unhealthyand these fields and offer train- TIRED OF DRIVINGIN
CHIEF OF POLICE TWO the property,and the names in their bodies. It was discoverythat extremely dangerous," Ing and high-paying jobs, but
YEARS which It was assessed are as OF ELECTIONIN some of the students states Ms. Davis. the applicant usually finds
TRAFFIC?
follows: checking into the infirmary at himself paying $195 for train- CITY
GROUP 2: Certificate No. 38. Year of MATTER OF the campus of the University;
THE ing manuals that
UUUUULR ",A fl BJUL8 ooa' are practi-
ONE COMMISSIONER TWO of California i
YEARS Issuance 1968.Description ELECTION OF SUPERVISORS from were protein suffering defi- cally worthless. The applicantalso Want a Job With Training Advancement Security Good
a severe
BRADFORDSOIL
FOR
finds
of PropertyBeg himself without
+GROUP 4: AND WATER CON- ciency, the same disease that FILING CABINETS. Type a Pay and Benefits?
at NW Cor of SW 1-4 of SW j Job.
COMMISSIONER TWO was killing those kids In Bla- writer Stands, Desks, Chairs,
S 100' for SERVATION DISTRICT. Two firms
YEARS 1-4 of NW 1-4 run operating out of
-Bradford
fra. County

AMENDMENTTO POB 100', to E POB.75', S Sec.100'25,,W T-5-S 75',, R-N Pursuant to Section 582:18, Ms. Davis, in pinpointing Safes.Telegraph. number Indlananpolis of different, Ind. under names a Then .. .. . .. .. .. . . . ... . .. ... .. ... ...
problems of such diets In the
Statutes notice is
Florida
,
CITY CHARTER 22-E. are responsible for the adBILL'S -
Name in which assessed : hereby given of an election to Feminine Fitness article,
NO. 245 A
ORDINANCE : "if you're a vegetarianbut SOUTHERN WOODPIEDMONT
Mid State Homes Inc. elect three ((3)) supervisors for says
in the Bradford Soil and Water also get milk eggs and
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING All of said property being C. B. RADIO& EQUIP.
of Bradford Stateof Conservation District for cheese, you have an excellent
the County
ARTICLE II AS PERTAINS TO
Florida. terms of four ((4)) years each diet. However, if you decideto 321 N.Ttmpl.Av..
FORM OF GOVERNMENT.
Unless such certificate or to be held between the hours of go all out and have no animal SUtk,Km.
SECTION 7 OF THE CHARTER
LAWS OF THE CITY OF certificates shall be redeemed 8:00: a.m. and 5:00: p.m. on the food whatsoever, you havea at Baldwin Floridais
STARKE RELATING TO THE according to law the property 16th day of October 1973 at diet that is lacking in protein SPECIAL 10 DAYS
ABOLITION OF A CITY CLERK described in such certificateor the following polling places: "and very Inadequate In- the place for you.

AND THE APPOINTMENT OF A certificates will be sold to deed. BEARCAT 23B BASE STATION
CITY MANAGER PROVIDINGFOR the highest bidder at the court Farmer's Mutual Exchange "A good diet provides small We are now hiring and
in Florida amounts of protein often. We REG. 279.95 NOW
SUBMISSION TO THE house door on Monday Starke 219.95 training for all positions
need to have
a mediumsizedmeal
ELECTORATE AND Month of September 1973
PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE which is the 10th day of Circuit Court Clerk's Office containing protein,threeor NEW! PEARCESIMPSONTOM
DATE. September, 1973. Bradford County Court four times a day. Addedto CAT. ContactMr
IN FAVOR OF CITY Dated this 9th day of house this If you can get a hunk of
MANAGER TYPE GOVERN. August, 1973. Starke, FloridaJ. cheese at mid-morning and REG. 129.95 NOW 1O9.95 ,Mark Wagner
MENT ABOLISHING THE Gilbert. Brown, Clerk some peanut butter and crac- 904-266-4252
OFFICE OF CITY CLERK AS AN By Beulah M. Moody, D.C. L. Waters Grocery kers with a little milk in the HURRY! BUY BEFORE
ELECTED OFFICE. Clerk of Circuit Court of Lawtey,Florida middle of the afternoon, so
the office in
HUNTING SEASON OPENS.Home or come by person.
OPPOSED TO CITY Bradford County Florida. much the better. .
MANAGER TYPE GOVERN. 8-16 4t 9.6NOTICE Petitions nominating In explaining the values of 900 N.Center Street
MENT ABOLISHING THE candidates for supervisorsshall protein, the Feminine Fitness ol Magnetic Slgni
OF CITY CLERK AS AN be signed by at least 72 Hour Service
OFFICE article quotes Ms. Davis as WE ARE AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.
ELECTED OFFICE. OF APPLICATIONFOR twenty-five ((25)) qualified 964 6346 or 944 8361
TAX DEED electors who reside in the -

Inspectors for said Election: Sec. 194.16, F.S. district and filed with the '...................................................................................................
office of Kenneth R. Lit-

Leona Mathews Inspector NOTICE IS HEREBY tlejohn, Acting Coordinator,
Clara F. Colson Inspector GIVEN that Robert Scott, the Soil and Water Conservation
Peggy Shaller Inspector holder of the following cer- Council Department of
Mrs.J.C. Dukes Inspector tificates has filed said certificates Agriculture and Consumer Eve D lyLowPrice .
Barbara Valinski Inspector for a tax deed to be Services, Post Office Drawer EveryDayLowPrice.: ry

Louise W.Tenly Inspector issued thereon. The certificate EE, Gainesville, Florida
Kenneth M.Struth Inspector: numbers and years of 32601, no later than September
Susan Rosinski Inspector: issuance, the description of 15, 1973, thirty ((30)) days priorto Fresh PanlrYREGULAR
Bessie M.Burns Inspector the property, and the names in election date. Petitions may GRIND FAIR
Ella Mae Chastain InspectorIrma which it was assessed are as be obtained by contacting the Pride OR ELECTRIC PERK
Buford Inspector follows: Certificate No. 32. District Conservationist in FRYERS
Year of Issuance 1970. your local soil and water
ALTERNATES FOR SAID Description of Property: SE conservation district.A SUPERMARKETS
ELECTION: 1-4 of NE1-4 of SW 1-4 E of Rd. qualified elector includesany WHOLE 2 PER BAGPork COFFEELB
Mrs R.O Dansby, Mrs. L. N. Ex. R-W Sec. 25,T-5-S, R22E. person qualified to vote in STARKE'S
Pickering, Mrs. Eston Jordon, Name in which assessed: general elections under the 320 S. WALNUT ST.
Mrs. Shellie Gerle. Lorance Berry. constitution and statutes of C

ln testimony whereof I All of said property being in this state who is a landownerin 59 C .YNDAV. ..e.. 'OHU'LOW PUICIS.u..000.0000 VH'U tOA/C
hereunto subscribe my name the County of Bradford Stateof the district. See Section 75 WI MIGHTS, .......C.voo 1,13 QUANTITY
and cause the Seal of the townto Florida. 582.01 ((4) and ((6)), Florida BAG
be hereunto affixed this the Unless such certificate or Statutes. Before voting, each ,HI lit pleased 11 XCtpt
7th day of August 1973 A.D. certificates shall be redeemed elector is requested to presenthis Bonus Buy I "''iii U.S.D.L FOOD STAMP!

to law the property county certificate of h. IIII1Iv COUPONSSliced
James E. McRae Mayor describe in such certificateor registration as proof of

ATTEST: Merrill Edwards certificates will be sold to eligibility to vote to the poll Qtr. I Center Cut
City Clerk and record his LEAN MEATLOAF
the highest bidder at the court manager name
8-9 4t 9-6 house door on the first Mon. and residence address.

day in Month of September, i i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH 1973, which is the 10th day of Kenneth R. Littlejohn Acting jrrtrpAr
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF September, 1973. CoordinatorSoil fwrArcrr R.bPorhkLOIn
i
Dated this 8th day of and Water Conservation
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
j JUST BAKE IN PAN
BRADFORD COUNTY. August, 1973. Council Chops ( )
CIVIL ACTION Gilbert. Brown Clerk Florida Department of i

Case No. 73-227 By Beulah M. Moody, D.C. Agriculture and Consumer 2 TO 1 2TO3LB PKG.
CLINTON ERVIN DAUGHERTY & Clerk of Circuit Court of Services 2T03LBPKG. 09 1 99 1 $139

LOSSIE W. DAUGHERTY, his Bradford County, Florida. $1 3 LB Bonus Buy
wife Plaintiff -vs- ADOPTION 8-16 4t 96NOTICE 3-16 3t 9.2Check Bonus BuyEveryDayLowPrice j PKG.

Defendant. ..
NOTICE OF SUIT-
NO PROPERTYTO OF APPLICATIONFOR Stolen, EveryDayLowPrice r r >. SHOP EARLY FOR
: Shirley Ann Daugherty, 1424 TAX DEED LEANFRESH '''rTViOlr: j *>c'<' YOUR HOLIDAY NEEDS
Mere-hunts AGAN'S
1.2 Kathlean Road, Lakeland Sec. 194.16, F.S. Warned CannedHAMS PORK I V ;?' '- "' ." WE WILL BE

YOU Fla. ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat NOTICE IS HEREBY Nine payroll checks were ) 0 ': 1'; CLOSEDLABOR

an action for Adoption has GIVEN, that ROBERT stolen sometime in August BUTTS j: r
been filed against you and you SCOTT, the holder of the from National Protein, Inc., } Ej DAY
certificates has filed the firm 4 TO ,rJ.. t.r
following
are required to serve a copy of announced Wed ter! tv .
your written defenses, if any to said certificates for a tax deedto nesday, warning area merchants LBSPORK ,"MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 3, 1973.
it, on the plaintiff's attorney be issued thereon. The against cashing the STEAK Ib. $1.19
whose and address certificate numbers and yearsof checks.
name is
Hon. George H. Pierce, P. O. issuance, the description of Eight of the Community 100 COUNT ;i CARNATION
Drawer 1080 Starke Florida, the property and the names in State Bank checks bearing the PUNCH i
and file the original with the which it was assessed are as name National Protein, Inc.
clerk of the above styled courton follows: Payroll Account numbers 970 LUZIANNE := LAUNDRY ;I INSTANT
Certificate No. 30. Year of
or before September 24 through 977, are still missing.
1973; otherwise a judgementmay Issuance: 1970.Description Merchants are cautioned not
be entered against you for of Property: 1 to cash National Protein TEA BAGS DETERGENT DRY MILKs
the relief demanded in the Lot as desc in OR Book 14-381, checks bearing these num ;
complaint or petition. Sec 25, T-5-S, R-22E. bers.
WITNESS my hand and the seal Name in which assessed: One of the nine checks I nuriar

of said Court on August 22, Mid State Homes, Inc. stolen, number 969, was "'film j84oz IrE. C I t I"m, $
1973. All of said property being in cashed by a local merchantbut 59cI s \ "lSf/ 9 j 1.59
GILBERT BROWNAs the County of Bradford, Stateof failed to go through the BOX | BOX ENVELOPES
Clerk of said Court Florida. bank when signatures failed to : I .10 QT.
Unless such certificate or match. U

By: Beulah M. MoodyAs certificates shall be redeemed _
Deputy Clerk according to law the property BonusBuySWIIT BonusBuy_ BonusBuy BonusBuyU EveryDayLowPrice

(Court SeaDS-30 4t 9-29 described in such certificateor a MUIOW FANCY NEW CALIFORNIA, S MO I FANCY ww,
certificates will be sold to lousing Survey HARDWOOD
SEEDLESS YELLOWCORN
the highest bidder at the court Golden lipeBANANAS _YELLOWONIONS_ CHARCOALBRIQUETTES
house door on Monday in Being ConductedIn GRAPES _
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Month of September, 1973,
FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL which is the 10th day of
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR September, 1973. Bradford AreaA -fe.-;
BRADFORD COUNTY. Dated this 9th day of

CASE NO. August, 1973.
of households in
sample
IN PROBATEIn Gilbert. Brown,Clerk this area will be polled in a KRAFT j 100% PURE FLORIDA ; FONDA

Re: Estate of ALVIN Clerk By Beulah of Circuit M Moody Court, D.C.of new nationwide survey of BAR-B-QUE ;
housing to be conducted an- ORANGE! PAPER
EVERETT McKINNEY JR., Bradford County, Florida nually by the Bureau of the
deceased. 8.16 4 t 9.6NOTICE
Census according to ThomasW.
NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll McWhirter, director of the SAUCE ;
creditors of the estate of OF APPLICATIONFOR Bureau's Data Collection 'I JUICE PLATES
ALVIN EVERETT McKINNEY, TAX DEED Center in Atlanta. REGULAR ,
I 1RSMIEJUICE
JR., deceased are hereby Sec. 194.16, F.S. Mrs. N. Foray is conducting I.. 1 WHITE
notified and required to file any the interview of the local 1 1
claims or demands which they NOTICE IS HEREBY that area r7Hri7T)18oz 1 FR60ZEN !ffJ150
began in July to initiate a ) 88e
may have against said estate in GIVEN, that Robert Scott the Federal program, the Annual I"m, JAR 39 C 6 $1
the office of the circuit judge of holder of the following certificates Housing Survey, jointly CANS ', ; 1 COUNT
Bradford County, Florida I n the has filed said certificates planned by the Bureau and the ,
courthouse at Starke. Florida for a tax deed to be Department of Housing and
within six calendar months from issued thereon. The certificate Urban Development. The EveryDayLowPriceCHARCOAL Every DayLowPrkeHUNT'S EveryDayLowPricePIXIEPOP I BonusBuy BonusBuy
the date of the first publicationof numbers and years of program is in response to a
this notice. Each claim or issuance, the description of need for frequent and up-to- arty Flak* & PECAN
demand must be in writing and the property and the names in date data on U.S. housing I
must state the place of residenceand which it was assessed are as considered a prime indicatorof LIGHTERFLUID _
post office address of the follows: the nation's economic KETCHUP POPSICLES s ROLLS SPINS

claimant and must be sworn to Certificate No. 28. Year of health.

by the claimant, his agent, or his Issuance 1970.Description. Census Bureau represen- Al / : -3993O4
attorney or it will become void of Property: tatives began interviewing the / M
according to law. Lot as desc. in OR Book 14-385, last week in July, and the
Dated this 20th day of Sec. 25, T-5-S, R-22-E. work is expected to take about
August, A. D. 1973.MYRTIEH. in which assessed three __ ____ ___
Name : months. Each household ------____- ----- -
McKINNEY Mid State Homes Inc. in the sample will be mailedan (; Pride: 1 I r------j; iG"iiii Ci FOLGERSINSTANT 1 CwryOayLowPrkt
Administratrix of the Estate of All of said property being in introductory letter prior to Pantry i HOT DOG
ALVIN EVERETT McKINNEY the County of Bradford, Stateof the interviewer's visit. For 1 INSTANT-t0ot I | 20* 2LB 1 1 1 lOolCOFFEE I onHAMBUflGIII

JR., deceased Florida. unoccupied units, informationwill I COFFEE : iprm COFFEE ; ; TROLLS
be I.
Unless such certificate or obtained from neigh OFF .. OFF .
TMI.COUPON A//AMTAT |TM MiC COUPON *T MTIIf J BkPftlOf WITH THIS COUPON AT *WTHVtmtOt eUC1O
8-23 4t 913Vf certificates shall be redeemed bor's, landlords, and rental WITH OH 0 IS tOHii TH.U I | BJi B p ..1,01 OH 0 C"'D..*/w." IIIMM OH 0 *ITOHIS/NNV 'k' C
,
law the I ..'. LIMI* iCOu'OM l BJBEflfll B F 1.6 i.r) LIMIT i eou OM IIMHMMMaBHMX N.T 9.IC LIWIT I COY.ON. -
according to property agents. ,
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L MISCELLANEOUSCOLORADO I NEEDED IMMEDIATELY CARPETS afi-Ight?Make them 24 X 65 REPO 0. C. C.r.n NBritsry .on'.

people Interested In wood a beautiful sight with Blue Thousands .f Plant An PINEHURST GROCERY AND VARIETY STORE

working to work in a mobile Lustre. Rent electric sham- 4 B R 2 BATH Fruit Troot, Shod. T,..., Mobil Horn* Special One Week Only On
home component factory. $2 pooer $1. Devrlck Inc., 301 Evergreen, Comolliot,
.20 ACRES $60 an hour to start. Call 473-2261 E. Call St., 9646163.FOR DEN1MN.IERCNAIq Aioloo. Roto. SINGLES & DOUBLE WI DES
DOWN. Repossessed, High or 473.32653td 8-30 Mot In Con Plant Anytime Eipondo Room & Add DOUBLE KNIT MATERIAL
Mountain _
Valley. $60
monthlyat ----- ------ LANDSCAPING On Rooms"

total 6 per cash cent interest. $4,975 HELP WANTED Qualified SALE David Brown 990 23 Mi. S.E. Of Starko, Fr. Delivery ond %ot Up $4.99 New $3.99
price. STEED ASSUME: PAYMENTS
Christian teachers for 7' 6'
grades tractor, Harrow. Hwy. 100 100 MILE
FINANCE CO 911 W. 10th. 1, 2, and 3. Call 4681666. Smoothing Blade Disc. Plow, F.h., ",.* 659.2165 RADIUS 53.99 Now $2.99
Amarillo, Texas 79101. Ph. Hampton, Fla. tfchg Heavy Duty Root Rake, 1 Ton CALL 376-9934 BANK FINANCINGHWY HWY 100 East Store Hour
8063768690. Itp 1965 Dodge Truck Pick-up, 6 FLA. 17 NORTH. Of StarkeM.rr.tl And Chrl'tina D... 7 Day A WeekH'H

------------ Ton Comp. Trailer. All GAINESVILLE 31 A CTfJtJOIns GREEN COVE s/is
------------ Equipment 3 Point Hitch. In Tol. 21+5001 -764-7311: _
HELP WANTED: Tree Company good condition Reason for City Limits -------------

WILL baby sit In my home. Ph. in Melrose needs one climber selling, retirement. L. G. PUMPSNEW 2 Paved road PLASTERING
9647498. 1tp and two ground men. Full Edwards, Ph. 964-6391 Box 1 Grade INTERESTED IN BUYINGOR

time only. Driver license 479, Starke. 1tp AND USED BILL POWELL SELLING? AND DRY WALL, Inc.
------------ required. Call 475-2233. chg
8.239.13 SALES BROKER CONTACT Phone 782-3578 Or 7823896P.O.
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NURSERY OPENING Experienced PARTS 964-6464 533-2208 Box 605 Fla.
Lawtey
teacher opening ------------ FOR SALE.3 1-2 Wizard kicker. SERVICE GEORGE ROBERTS
.
Just been tuned. Ph. 9646767. -
progressive nursery. Preschool D..p ond Shallow Wells INSURANCE REAL ESTATE HARDCOAT STUCCO
Itp
instruction given daily. WANTED: Man to help manage
Ages 2 thru 6. Hours 9 thru service station. Reasonable AT REDUCED RATES Cborlo Zippers
hours vacation. Grease ------------ SIMULATED BRICK
12. Call 964-8404 to register paid Plumbing SuppliesEXPERT AUTO FIRE BOAT Woyno Douglas
room experience ,
children. Umited enrollment.1tp necessary
good pay. Ph. 4734279. FOR SALE 1972 Suzuki 90, SERVICEON DOYLE E. CONNER Associate* "We Make House Calls "

Keystone. 2tchg. 8-23 8-30 good condition, like new. ALL MAKES INSURANCE AGENCY PHONE 961-7826 13t-9/6

Rodney Griffis 964-6767. 1tp tcha ....
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PHONE 964.7061DURRANCE 421 j -- -----------
W. MADISON ST.
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ASSUME PAYMENTS on 1971 WANTED Grounds keeper to POULTRY EQUIP OF

Dodge Polara, PS-AT, air work in yard cutting grass, FOR SALE '73 Marc. 1. $1000 PUMP & SUPPLY CO.
32000 miles. Ph 473-3389. IIp shrubbery etc. Full company down and take up payments. ALL KINDS.R. JIMMY MOORE'S HIPP < PP! > TRACTOR CO.Tel.phone.

benefits. Apply in person to Lattimore Williams. Phone $ .
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Movod 5 Block. North Spins
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Caimano, Holiday Inn. 7823946. 1tp Q. Simmons
864 N. Tempi' Av.
Ph. 9647600. MORE
BOAT
LOSE WEIGHT safely and fast Itchg FOR FARM MACHINES
---------- Co.
-- Equip
with X-II Diet Plan, $3.00. YOUR MONEY
REDUCE Excess Fluids with ------------ A.A. MEETING Now & Usod
Steko Ph.
GARAGE : ,317 E Brownl.. St. 964.5741I.t.Outboard
X-Pel, $3.00. Money Back HELP WANTED Special SALE Moving-All

Guarantee at Koch Drug. 18tp Franchise you should earn household furnishings must FRIDAY NIGHT Stark., Fla. temp, & St.reDrly. 4 MI. North on U.S. 441
go Friday Aug. 31. 10 a.m. to-
11-8 about $10,000 first Use
year. .
Sorvico end
Rd. 16 E. Follow 8:30 P.M. Repair.
signs.
our records to sell members Itp : ; GAINESVILLE. FLA.
Phone 964-6819 Complete Fiberglass' Repair
-.----------- when they are ready to buy,
309 N. CHERRY ST. Custom !built
------------ Fiberglass" "
we offer training, profit- tfchfl "Wharo Service I. Th. Bettor lei..
WINTERS SCHOOL OF DANCE sharing, group Insurance. Fishing Boats.
will resume classes Sept. 3. Must be High School FOR SALE 1973 Ford Ranger 1- Want To.Drink, That's
Graduate. Promotional 2 Ton Pick-up, L.W.B., AC,
Registration begins Aug. 30. op- .. ....
Your Business -
Phone 964-7098 after 4 p.m. portunities to executive PS, AT, Radio ft new tag. Call Your

or Dorothy see at 396 Salazar N. Cherry instructor.Street. position.: Director Write: In Farm confidenceto Credit 964-5475. 1tp Want To Stop, That's Our Real Estate RileyPaving A&H ROOFING

Services, Inc. P.O. Box 432, ------------
Business'
Acro, tap, ballet & modern BrokerBUY
dance. 2tp 9-6 Mayo, Fla. 32060 3tp WATSON'SHOUSEOFVACUUMS oDril'ewoy. 259 N. Bay St.

SELL TRADE.APPRAISALS .
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------------ Starke 964-668O
Many brands of new vacuums SEWINGMACHINE .

YARD SALE Ladies & boys r SALEA.J. from$39.00$10.up.Expert Used Repairs machines all Call Bill Powell Parking Lots, Call Billy AlvarezSPECIALIZING
FOR J
clothing & shoes, Saturday. makes. Parts and Accessories
Sept. 1, 95. First house for all vacuums. Built in Soles and Sorvlc 964-6464
Day .
central vacuum 473-2127
behind Sleepy Hollow Motel cleaning
PFAFF ELNA
301 N. Itp systems. 712 N. Main,. 24 Hrs. A DayFIAT
THOMAS-REALTOR Gainesville 3767110. Now Homo I Nights -473-2102 Asphalt ShinglingAdd

964-6162 WHITE Ons & RepairsAll .
------------ AssociatesFred ------------ 1'.O.Drawer F

Sackett 468-1753 $49.50 up Work GuaranteedFor
WE NOW HAVE diamond
Lillian Pearson 782-3806
WANTED Used furniture Keystone
refrigerators, washers Dah- needles for any make or model Parts & Repair, on Ilgts., 1

mer's Discount House tfchg $4,000 handy man special stereo player Dahmer's all other make machine Fla. year.
Discount Housed-tfchg -- -
$9,000 2 BR, 1 bath frame
$15.600 3 BR, 1 bath block TF
------------ S.rvlc. .
$17,500 3 BR, corner lot Salos Ports
$18,750 large frame-terms FOR SALE 1964 Olds. loaded, NATIONAL Now and! Used STARKE BUILDERS

MOBILE mobile HOME home MOVING.hurricane Also anchoring $38,000 Farms from 4BR 3, 1 to acre 75 acres good Call 964-5443.transportation. $300. 611 W. Univ. Avo. USED IMPORT CARS r S SAVE1 A Compl.t. Building Service

and mobile home roof Land from 19 to 50 acres HARFREi AUTO Phone 964-3270 219 E. Washington St.
coating. Olin's MOBILE Home Gainesville, Fla. FRED DAVISBUICK Starke Fla.
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Service. 964-5606, Rt. 100 W. IMPORTS, INC. PONTIAC

Starke Fla. tfchg LATE 8-TRACK Tapes, fully FOR SALE reasonable. Sofa & 378.1355 509 E. Unlvorslty GMC TRUCKS I CONGOLEUM SHINYL VINYL!

guaranteed. Dozens to chair. 3-4 size bed & electric Goin.tviII 372-4373 TF A LITTLE RIDE CAN "Tno No Wax Floor" $4.59
choose from. Now $2.98at range. See at Lawtey Thrift
only
------------ Dahmer's Discount House. Shop, Sat. 2-5. 1tp SAVE YOU A LOT;;, I Comoletrlv 'InatalleH Compare At J6.50 Par Sq. Yd.

STEAM CLEANING Engines of 9tchg 11-11' MILLER Ir... COMPLETE I GREEN COVE SPRINGS*;
------------ BEAUTIFULLY SCULPTUREDHI
all types, automotive, farm HOUSE CLEANINGInside
Service, Ph ------------ > LOW NYLON
machinery. Boyd FOR SALE 1972 Gran Torina, & Out
964-8359. tfchg loaded, low mileage. Call 782- I I"' .' Many Colon To Chooaa From $6.97
'
GE COLOR TV. now from STEAM CLEAN '1
3049 or 7823025. Up Eaeaada F.H.A. Spaelflcatlona
$179.95, with trade. Brand Mildew Paint Stripping .'
.
Pat
Sq. Yd.
Compl t ly Inatall.J Qv r Rubber Padding
new, at Dahmer's D scount VOLKSWAGEN Carpet 6c Floor Service '
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FOR House. 9tchg 11." Now & Utod CALL EDDY :' SHAG
RENT
t 1
Solo, Service 'WJ PHONE 964.8359 l t. 100% Continuous Fit. Nylon The Carpet With Th. Now Looks
Many Color To Chooaa From
FOR SALE General Electric TV -.4
$7 95
now for sale at DAHMER'S HOUSES fOR SALEFOR 1 Mi. North of th* Mall Before 8 A.M. after 4 P.M. ... .,J Com;>I..ly Inataltad 0.... Rubber Paddlni Par Sq. Yd.
black and whiteor Complete Janitorial
RENT LEASE Mobile Home DISCOUNT, GAINESVILLE :
space, BRADFORD PARK. color. Stchg 9.13 Mrvlce 11 1> a

City water & sewer $30 BOYD SERVICE:
monthly $300 yearly. N. ------------ SALE New 3 bedroom Phone 964-6061 tI.;; FREE

Temple. ADULT PARK. 5tchg brick veneer, 2 baths, living
==300Th.O 0000C y
9-27 FOR SALE Used Golden Touch room, kitchen and dining MARTIN CAMPERS ESTIMATES
& Sew sewing machine, area. Good location. -
------------ model 750. New was $469.95, Financing available. Call U.S. 90( W.... Lake City CARL BEGGS
Portable. See at Coleman's Buford Mitchell, 964-6853. Phono 752.3723 Gulf Service

FOR RENT Two bedroom Sewing Center 964-8312. tfchg For Bt Slctlon' Of WELLS ELECTRIC SERVICE

duplex apartment, furnished Itchg TRAVEL TRAILERS (EitablUhtd 1949)
& air conditioned on Kingsley ------------
MRS. LILLIAN PEARSON .
MfNI-HOMES N. Stork
------------ USED 744. Thompson
Lake. Call Merritt Williams FOR SALE 3 bedroom house,
964-5391 or 964-7788. tfchg air conditioned with one acre TRUCK CAMPERSAND Warranty Is As Important As Price ,
FOR SALE 73 Kawasaki 350- of land in county. Call 964- TOPPERSFull A. J. THOMASRealtor
------------ 52, excellent condition, 2 7412 between 6 & 7 p.m. Itp PARTSFor we ve stood behind both since 1949
months old, still under Lino Of Port. And

warranty. Sissy bar included. ------------ Sorvleo
FOR RENT 12' wide mobile Asking $800. Call 964-6775 TF Most Makes Cf Cars 00000000000000000000000
homes outside city limits. J.B. between 5 & 7 p.m. 2tp FOR SALE-2 BR frame house & -Announces that Mrs.
White. Ph 9646114. If no 8 acres of land on Morgan Unite Farm r 74 Hr. Wrockor S.rvice Lillian Pearson is now ACE Enterprise
answer call 964-6152. tfchg ------------
Road, Starke. Call 9648459 Hwy. 301 N. Waldo with his firm as an
FOR SALE Registered Angus after 6 p.m. Itp Agtncy, lnHtg. < associate. Electric & Plumbing
------------ Phon. 468.1998
Bull Calves you pick one Real I Estoto Broker 2t
Oct. 1. ------------ chg 8-30
now, will be weaned 9646114. Paul & Irene Faulkner Repairs & Service Old & New Work
J.B. White. Phone
FOR RENT 2 bedroom traileron
Griffis Loop. No pets. 964- tfchg FOR SALE House in Theressa Associates Poles installed
8245. Itp Julia Ferguson, Rt. 3, Box 206 S. Water Stroot OLINS MOBILEHWY. HOME SALES Trailer Power
------------ 118 Starke Fla. Itp
Storko. Flo. 964.5065 100 W. PH. 964-5606 24 hr. Service 431.1000
------------
RADIOS with stereo WANT TO SELL OR tJi
AM & FM ------------ Special Double Wide 1r
players.. Console models RUY REAL ESTATE? 431.1200 964.8220

FOR RENT 3 bedroom unfurnished closing out at $149.95 Dah- FOR SALE year old brick Call U. For Best Pricot Summer Clearar nee Sale ,

house. Ph. 964- mer's Discount House. 9tchg home, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, Prospect Waiting tfchg Everything pric ed to sell '
8404. 11.11FOR
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den, kitchen equipped, living
room, dining room 2 car Mobile Home New & I Used Furniture
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------------ ------ garage carpet & custom M I il Dark Mon Sat.; Noon I I Dark On !Sundava73' .

drapes, central air & heat, Nothing Down
SALE Fill dirt, Top Soil,
fenced yard. 36000. Call LONG CHAMP .' 11 m rm rm rrn"5
FOR RENT 12' wide mobile Lime Rock, Traylor LandscapeCo. 964-8058. Mrs. Parker 2tp 9-6 3 Rooms of Beautiful New Con
J.B. Fla. Ph. 782- r
homes outside city limits. Lawtey
White. Ph 964-6114. If no 3437. 2tp 8-23 8-30 ------------ Horn and Building HELP WANTEDNo temporary Furniture 1.2 Paid For

answer 964-6219 or 964-6152. Materials Out of Room
Living
Lay-Away.
...
tfchg --- -------- Experience Necessary Steady Work
-WE BUILD- ,
: Suite Dining Suite Bedroom Suite
LOTS Zoned for mobile homes ,
and houses. Several subdivision 24 X 6SPEACHlREE "Your Plan, Or Our. : Fringe' Benefits Mattress & Springs.: Price was $600.
*to choose from. Only Your Lot Or Ours." .
Your Price Low $359. You
$95 down. Monthly payments : APPLY AT as as
t HELP WANTED j to suit your budget. Ph. 468- 3 BR 2 BATH FREE ESTIMATES May Buy 1 Room or a Whole Room.

1551 or 964-8331. tfchg LARGE FAMILY ROOM Remodeling. Addition. Rapoira [.; NATIONAL PROTEIN INC. NO DOWN PAYMENT Required.Low .

Monthly Payments!
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nuNon*CHANGE" Homo Bought Sold Read 21 Hampton '1..

HELP WANTED Dozer LINOLEUM FLOOR Covering 6 x ASSUME PAYMENTSCALL Traded. : MONDAY THRU FRIDAY FURNITURE CITY USA

operator perienced., top No need wages to,apply ex 9, $3.19; 9 x 12, 5.98; 12 x 376-9934 ACREAGE FOR SALE : 8:00: A.M. TO 5:00 P.M."" Cor. E Univ. & S. E 1st 373-1456

unless you have at least 6 12, 11.30; 12 x 15 only 9445)Hwy. : An Gainesville, Ra.
and Equal Opportunity Employer
years experience. In Starke 1495. Many pattern tf GAINESVILLE FLA. 301 S. Storko Tr .. LOCATED IN THE OLD BAIRD HARDWARE BLDG.August .
area. 782-3592. 3tp 8-30 colors. Dahmer's Discount ,. ...e.e *.t * Ott 8itttttHtt tHrt "lg






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16 TELEGRAPH August 30, 1973 __ '.." "'''..I,,,,".. '' I..

_ Jury Finds Jax Man Guilty Stealing Convertible Top LOIIDA 24TH ANNIVERSARY
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EST
Randal Lee Canterbury, Two witnesses testifying against parked In front of my house, took them Inside and waited FLA. PEST CONTROL THANKS IT'S MANY
Jacksonville was found guilty Canterbury stated that a Triumph convertible there for the deputy; to take over the CONTROL CUSTOMERS THAT MADE IT POSSIBLE SALE
by a Jury In a county court Canterbury had stolen a con- were two by* In It and they case. Both subjects said the
I trial August 22 on charges of rertlWe top off of a Triumph had car trouble: and I helped top was !given to them by a a OUIICAI,to TO HAVE THIS ANNIVERSARY SALE
petit larceny and a presen- convertible July 8. them. Naturally there were no friend In Lawtoy" said rwi- i
tenoe Investigation was ordered places open to get the car /' J 'A'
by Judge Elzle S.Sanders. "There was an automobile fixed BO the boys asked me U "The ...\t.t1\lr\1'"A//dtlt4// Jl. ,n h H" J7J / "" ,
they could park their car at my day that it happenedwe I f.'A''/ f ,l}I I /'" A.." Don t
garage and pick It up Mondayor were coming from Jacksonville _, A
'l'uesdayto'o I let them'* .and we pulled In at a ..
Mates Paul vernon Locke one 76 station and we started talk- \ Forget
witness. Ing about sport cars.We spotted .
a Triumph at a garage and Termite Control \ 's To
"My 'wife had noticed a car Maddox went to the house. 1 6 .-
parked behind the parked car had gone to get me a hamburger -
1 at our garage, I told my two while he was Inside.-When 5. House Hold Pest / -f. Register
sons to go and see what was I came back he was comingout ,
goifltf oa and they came back and said let's get It," -t Control .!- ForSpanish
With Mr. Maddox Mr.Maddox stated Canterbury telling his :
r curious to side of the story. =: .:'-
saW He was as '
OWN who's car that wn.He was In -t' Valuable
"'iliere mention of
was no
Moss Control /
our home about S to 7 minutes the when
_ purchasing top only
NOTSOMEDAY m4 he excused himself and -. -. prizes
ONE we got to jail they said that GordonTo of :-
left at a full run! I went out Betty
they bought It for $5 from along :
to see what was wrong and I :}: ": :
hair man. iney had no Become Weed Control I. .
TODAY saw Maddox ad'Canterbury receipt or full description of ..
0" '
get In their oar and take off. the man. If there were I MissionaryMiss -.- .
IT CAN BE EASIER THAI YOU THINK I walked around to the garage wouldn't of called'* stated =
and Triumph.the top I ran was back off of to the the Locke. Betty Gordon of Rai- =: Ornamental Pest I "{:.

1972 COUPE DE VILlE house and Immediately call- Mlcheal ugene York who ford under the sponsorship '
White/ vinyl over blue, blue fabric Interior, AM-FM, tilt telescopic ed the police" said Locke. had been scheduled to go on of tic. PIne Level Baptist Church : Control :.
wheel, electric windows, and seats, power steering, power trial on charges Interfering was enrolled In the
brakes, cruise control, air. Trooper E.D. Phillips of the with officer In line of duty, Arlington Baptist Schools in f SELECT
Florida Highway Patrol stated did not appear and Ms bond Arlington. Texas. Farm Pest Control ,
1972 FLEETWOOD BROUGHAM that he had gotten a call that was estreated. Additionally, :
4-Door hardtop, white vinyl over red, white leather, AM-FM two subjects had stolen a convertible the judge ordered that an arrest Miss Gordan Is studying''to : \ YOURS
stereo, cruise control, tilt and telescopic sheering wheel, power top and were south- warrant be Issued and set become a foreign Missionaryand : Garden '
door locks, 60-40 seats, light seminal.1972SEDAN bound on US-301 In Lawteyand $501 as bond. upon her graduating In to I r;: \\ -;-, NOW
be
will going
four
years
were driving a white Ma- : and ', :-
DEVILLE Terlck. both with, shoulder some foreign country to serve
Green with green fabric, AM-FM stereo, tilt and telescopic the Lord. : A
hair
,
length and
that he was to )
steering wheel, power door locks, electric windows and seats, "% Nursery
power steering, power brakes, cruise control. pick them up. >, 1tMsa woman'sj.m Miss Gordon Is the daughterof ;..

"I asked them If I could Mr. and Mrs. Morris Cast- #...., -..-- ..... / ...-... /
ell of Ralford and Is a 1973 '" -- .
1972 SEDAN DE VILLE look In their car and In the /; -f" ---- .
4-Door hardtop, blue vinyl over white white leather, AM-FM, front seat was the convertible honor graduate of Union County / \ I'' J\1tf1V/f'"l't/ /
power door locks, electric windows arid seats, power steering, top. 1 got Maddox to drive the High School. lfhl.j'V: \! 'I'W, 1 ; i \ tJ '
power brakes. car over to the county: jail. I 10%

1972 COUPE DE VILlE < .......n.. ...:o.u....... ................ _
White/ with gold fabric interior AM-FM, power door locks, power t OFF
steering, power brakes, electric windows and seats.
ATTENTION MOTHERSA
1971 SEDAN DEVILLE
4-Door hardtop, black vinyl over gold with black fabric, AM-FM ALLMODELS
stereo, tilt and telescopic steering wheel, electric windows and
seats, power steering, power brakes, power door locks. BIG
King Of The
1970 SEDAN DE VllLE :
White/ with black leather, AM-FM stereo, tape player, climate r 9
control, tilt wheel, power door locks, power steering, power 8 x 10 High Wheels ,II f / "'p =:,
brakes, electric windows and seats. LIMIT } '
FOR pE I
/
1970 COUPE DE VllLE NATURAL COLOR PER FAMILY Quality r \NG

Black vinyl over gold with black vinyl, AM-FM stereo, power PORTRAIT UP GItOUI'S TO 4 ((,( YOUR GAR ,00\.5 )
steering, power brakes, electric windows and seats, power door PHOTOGRAPHEDONLY
locks, tilt and telescopic steering wheel At NE.E.D -.SHO\Je\.S:\
AT $
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