Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 6, 1973
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of HeavenVol.


No. 6 Thursday September 6, 1973 Copy

Lakes Recreation

Project Mulled

!.r,_ Again By County

_%w three-lakes Bradford recreation County's
project was, pulled out of Public Hearing Set Sept. 20

the moth balls at the

a County Commission On Rendering Plant OperationA
meeting Monday when

Clerk Gib Brown relayed public hearing on whether or not National Protein Co.
information to the board should be granted a permanent license for operating its
f that up to $50,000 in state rendering plant near Hampton will be held at 10:30: a.m.
14 z* and federal funds are Thursday, Sept. 20, in the Bradford County courthouse.

available to qualifying Announcement of the hearing, to be conducted by the State
., ... counties recreational Air & Water Pollution Control Board, was made by County
Sanitarian Jack Trawick at Monday's County Commission
.. ( purposes. meeting.
.H Brown said he had receiveda National Protein is still operating under a temporary permit
t\ IifiIIJt( &;IV brochure from the Depart and has been the target of numerous complaints from
j7 ment of Natural Resources residents of the Hampton area concerning offensive odors
: ; ""' /j outlining the program and caused by cooking waste from chicken processors to producea
;. J ,,. stating that the money wouldbe high protein by-product for use in pet foods.
: "" t .:;,4r available to counties (up to The plant pumps its waste into lagoon-type treatment
.;.; .") A ,: $50,000)) without matching ponds, where bacteria are supposed to consume the
. .'','p. iwM+ a4 w, '. '4. .,' funds. material.Area residents have appeared frequently at County
., ,-::,' Commissioner Dave Commission meetings, however, complaining that the odors
i"" ...., Shuford suggested a revival of persist, and demanding that steps be taken to remedy the
'III' .. ., ." .. ... ;.. interest in the three lakes area situation.An .
., v. : (Rowell, Crosby, and Sampson
""' "V,. engineer for the Pollution Control Board said recently
{.1t'1.rJ'.r.or. :. ').'...." .....".......... '.j ) which recreation en- that the plant had improved its treatment system, but "still
. ...............II .' ..' //1" 't-'" t., .\r:", thusiasts have proposed has more to do."
,,,, i\ ,'; "-, connecting by canals so boats
) can readily pass from one laketo
another. Shuford's proposal
"i j __:;.:. I ,,',r' r t i "i .that a survey and study of the
..',..,, w project be made by local 1,835 Voters
'C' surveyor M. G. McMillan
passed unanimously.On .
Front (l-rKatrina) Coleman, Alice Atwood, Karen Red-
I Set t to lead Tornado gridders Into action tonight in a motion by Com
Gainesville for the annual preseason football jamboree, 7:30: dshand Sally Torode. missioner Dave Paulk, the
,. at Florida Field, are these Bradford High varsity Edwards.In back: Patty Morris Donna Prevatt. Carol Meng. Sandra board went on record as "not Expected Tues.

r cheerleaders giving anybody any county
dirt" whether they haul it or

not.Paulk said he figured the
board had already lost around At City PollsStarke's

Increased Local Control $1,000 by illegal inroads by
SoughtOf individuals on its borrow pits.

"If this continues, we'll annual city electionis the city clerk post with
have to fence our property," set next Tuesday, Sept. 11, Charles Hardy challenging
Chairman Ralph Bryan added with an estimated 1,835 voters incumbent Merrill Edwards.For .
predicted to go to the polls to

Area Mental Health ClinicsProposals Shuford Commissioner commented that Dave one clerk elect ,a police and to chief decide and city on four there candidates is the a office four man of Police race.Chief The
are Jimmy
man had actually gone into whether the city will change to Bowen, former city coun-
business selling the county'sfill the city manager form of cilman
to bring more Ralph Bryan Bradford required to contribute to the County, excluding the prison the program.. Currently, the dirt. government.The Bill Chambers city, policeman chief;
local control to the operationof to the program on the basis of 80 population, this would amountto acting
County representative In an effort to curb such
election is held at the and veteran of the
mental health clinics in North Central Florida cents per capita. In Bradford approximately $10,400 for (See Page 6)) practices, the Board Instructed Starke Fire Department and ment; former Chief depart-Bill
Starke and Lake Butler were Mental Health
Community Road Foreman Leon
the polls will be from 7
endorsed at a meeting of the program, and was recently Ellington to have signs open Hardy, 55, who has resignedthe
a.m. to 7 Prediction
Bradford-Union County Advisory submitted to the Mental Voting Set Tuesday In Hampton prepared warning that persons the turn-out p.m. came from on appointive county civil
Committee hereTuesday Health center in Gainesville. defense
hauling off the county'sdirt veteran City Clerk Merrill directorship to run,
night. A five-man committee has Hampton annual 1 city Parker, who did not seek re- Trisler stated that there were will be prosecuted to the Edwards who is never incompliance with the
The lengthy, ten-page been appointed to investigateBryan's election is set next Tuesday, election, may receive enough about less than 10 absentee full extent of the law. far off on the count. very requirements of the Bradford
proposal was framed by proposals, and will Sept 11, with an estimated 100 write-in votes to put him back ballots this year. Hamptonhas An offer from realtor A. J. County Commission, will
confer soon with the Bradford- voters predicted to go to the into office. 160 registered voters. Thomas, Sr. to give a 6O-foot "They're trying to railroadit challenge Edwards for the
Union advisory members. polls, according to City Clerk Arthur Bruno, a former Seven candidates have right-of-way on the east side of through," City Clerk Merrill city clerk's post. Hardy has
m lir iBtra n QlrierFoot Bryan said the local com- Bonnie Trisler mayor, and Buford Parkerare announced for the three up- U.S. 301 South, near Prevatt Edwards said, meaning the run unsuccessfully for the
mittees have no voice in administration competing for the office of coming vacancies on the City Creek, if the county would city management measure county posts of school
'" budgetary A full slate of candidates mayor, vacant since the Council. All incumbents are construct a graded road for a which would do away with the superintendent and clerk of
requirements, or other phasesof qualified giving opposition in resignation of Don Hill several seeking re-election: A. C. distance of 1,221 feet was city clerk's position, and circuit court in years past, but
operation of the local every race until the untimely months ago when Hill Dennison, Hank Lott, and Pat denied. The board said its which Edwards says stands a this will be his first venture
clinics. He is seeking more death Saturday of Ralph M. received a promotion from his Glover. Others qualifying for policy was to accept graded better chance of passage on into city politics.
local control of the clinic by Vaughn, former Hampton insurance company and the race are Frances Wad- roads for maintenance only the same ballot with the city (See 6)WhoDunit)
way of a contractural marshal who was making a moved to Palatka. sworth, Grace Beal, Ernest after they had been con- officials races. Page
agreement with the District bid for another term. That Green, and Charles structed on private property City Council voted
Board. leaves Fred Phillips the only Incumbent City Clerk Williamson. by the owner. unanimously to place the
Starting with the new qualified candidate for Bonnie Trisler is reelection Polls will be open at 7 a.m. An application was received change in form of governmenton ?
budget year, October 1, marshal but rumor has it that and is oppose by and close at 7 p.m. in the the ballot after a petition
participating counties will be present Marshal Hershel Mrs. Shirley Forsyth. Miss Hampton City Hall. (See Page 6)) bearing 431 names was
Ball presented to the council by a The case of the missing
group of citizens currently limerock loaded with city
SEASON TICKETSNOW calling themselves 'The equipment and hauled away
No Election Worries Council NormalVickery Committee for City Govern with a city truck came to lightat
ment.' the Starke city council
ON SALE AT meeting Tuesday night.
Tuesday night's Starke city Tuesday nightHospitalized: change that would abolish his stipulation that any overtime said it will take Edwards estimated that The finger of guilt was
BHS I, council meeting was almost with the elective office. Edwards had Vickery put in would be his money and some parts to there will be about 120 absentee pointed directly at an
back to normal with all hiccups, Councilman Neil that ballots. He said there unidentified employee.
984.6092Tepnagy no comment Tuesday night. own Vickery would not properly repair the second city
councilmen having their say Tucker sent word via Mayor be paid for it. That hiring took car are 2,380 registered voters and Instructions were given for
unusual the week before a city Jimmy McRae that Tucker -Saw bared a tiff between place at a time when the city 100 to 140 absentees. Edwardswas the Street Department to
election but no councilman'sjob isn't interested in City Clerk Mayor Jimmy McRae and budget was tight; former "That's just like going on the last man to qualify for make a thorough investigationand
is in jropardy. Merrill Edwards' job. That City Mechanic Edwin Vickery Councilman Billy Noegel did strike," McRae told Vickery."I the elections last week. The report back to the council.
apparently was in reference to about the mechanic's refusalto the hiring. can't see any employee...." veteran clerk is running for Someone who had a key to
Dance Usually, as an election incumbent Clerk Edwards' work after hours on city "I had talked to some, but his eighth term and this will the gate of the city yard on
approaches everybody wantsto charge that Tucker is sup- police vehicles unless paid $10 Emergency McRae they've apparently changed be only the second time he has Washington Street and who
remain as quiet as possible. porting the drive for a city per hour. McRae's ire was referred to was last week their minds. I don't know why run opposed for the office knew where the key to the
no new enemies are wanted at manager type government in raised at Vickery's attitude, when two police cars were but let's find out right now/ since 1959. In 1963 Edwards dump truck is kept hidden did
SEPT. 8 such a time and if you don't hopes of being appointed city but he cooled down when toldby down, but after talking to McRae said. Schaefer then defeated Mrs Carolyn the job, according to Street
say anything you can't hurt manager. Edwards is seeking Councilman Schaefer that Vickery one car was fixed at a said he'd looked into the Redgrave by the vote of 1,006to Department Chairman
yourself seems to be the his eighth term as clerk and is Vickery had been hired service station by the 526. Charles Schaefer who Maid
8PM (See 6))
MIDNIGHT prevailing philosophy But opposed to the governmental"Who several years ago with the replacement of a fan belt. Page There is a two man race for evidence points to a city
employee. Schaefer who said

NEW THE ARMORY I Schaefer Requests Information Only Clerk Firesof I Backsupervisor asked he incl just the TucMUiv learned,council what about afternoon action!(iho

should bo taken..
PEACEMACHINE "All right, Mr. Clerk, I'm Is the canvassing are verified in the clerk's "Well, you certainly have the polling place on election of elections, is "It should be il1\'l'lIt i.ah'tl". ( .
asking this for information board?" Schaefer asked, office, then double checked, some funny ideas," Edwards day, pointed out Edwards is discharging the duties of his said councilman One \\i..:.nins
only. So I don't want you explaining next Tuesday's stub against ballot, by the replied. right in the voting place with office. of the UuMI of two or I three
Court,.* getting all excited and upset," election is his first as a examiner in charge of the Schaefer then suggestedthat voters. Chairman McRae then dump truck load of ]limerot-k.
Councilman Charles Schaefer councilman and he wanted to polls, the clerk said, adding: since the city clerk is a The county supervisor of attempted to end the The hell look place 1.1\'e.'n.
the; Tumtnunity(!: said Tuesday night. know how things worked. "...and if you think there's candidate in Tuesday's elections is still in charge of insisted discussion,but Clerk Edwards Saturda noon and Monday
Veteran Clerk Merrill anything crooked about it, I election that a substitute be an election even when a on making a final morning."It .
Mate Hank The chairman, Mayor Edwards calmly answered invite you to come down and appointed to carry out the candidate City Attorney statement: should In- looked. into..
Commissioner Jimmy that the city clerk Is the see for yourself." as supervisor of George Pierce pointed out. "Of all officials I've Mayor Jimmy' McKae l'UIIl'Ur'I"t"t. -
A.._..Now 1--' u. McRae, sat back, smiled responsible officer "No, no... I'm after Information elections. The councilmancited "It's an elective office of worked with) you're the first d. "If we. have (lh.it kind
_._ T.12O.OOO.. -.kr...__cI slightly and kept his gavel "Who OK's absentees?" only," Schaefersaid. the rule that a candidateis public trust," the attorney person to be so inquisitive," of people., wo don't t need
ready in hand: Schaefer asked. Absentees not allowed within 150 feet added, saying Edwards, as Edwards told Schaefer. them."

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Dinner Honored ADK Members Surprise Party For Janell! ThompsonTo

Mrs. Harrison Plan Activities R.M. McRaes Wed Nov. 10

On AnniversaryMr.
Mrs. A. S. Harrison, who Members of the Alpha
and Mrs. W. B.
retired Aug. 31 after 18 Gamma Chapter of Alpha
years and Mrs. Robert M. of Silver
Thompson Springs,
with Stump's DepartmentStore Delta Kappa, honorary
McRae were surprised on former Starke residents,
,was honored at a dinner sorority for Women a11t
party last Wednesday night Educators, met at the HolidayInn their 25th wedding an- announce the engagement of
I niversary at a party Sunday V their daughter, Janell, of
by Miss Lillian Stump in Starke on Saturday for \
and given Mrs. John W. Griffin at their annual pre-planning \I, afternoon Sept. 2, given by .i Jacksonville\ to Steven
their home on Bessent Road. luncheon. their children, Mr. and Mrs. Kuechenmeister, son of Mr
Those attending were Mr. Tentative plans for the year Dale E. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Wilbert Kuechen-
and Mrs. Lynn Hall of were presented, and meetingswere U Dewayne McRae,and Mr. and meister of Jacksonville.The .
Hampton, Mr. and Mrs. J.G. scheduled by President Mrs. James C. Shaw. The wedding will take placeon
Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Lucille Payne and Vice Shaws, of Putnam, Conn., Nov. 10 at 7 p.m. at the
Rudolph Sink, Mr. and Mrs. President Frances Hamilton.Mrs. were unable to attend but First United Methodist
Brian Hamilton, Mrs. James Lucile Johns, a recent called their parents during the 1 Church in Starke with a
Lewis, Joe Scanlan, and Mr. bride, was presented with a party. rs reception in the Starke
The party was held in the Woman's Club.
Harrison.Mr. silver party set as a momentoof k 4L
Harrison also retired this occasion. ii Brown home on Hwy. 16 which All friends and relatives are
31 after 29 with was decorated with invited to attend.
Hercules Powder Co.years ..... )GIIIJ(' )GIIJ<: arrangements of summer
flowers for the occasion.
JIII _m .H dJ.1MIIMI Mrs. Gladys Weldon has The refreshment table was \ .. Teen VolunteersMeet
Mr and Mrs. Herbert returned from a month's visit covered with an Irish lace and

Thomas their camp spent in the the Scrub weekend and at at daughter with her, Mr.son-in-law and Mrs. C.and M. : ; 4 linen three-tiered cloth and wedding centered with cake a Mr. and Mrs. Olin White HonoredAt At HospitalThe

Flagler Beach. Patrick in West Florida. topped with the silver letters
I' "25". Teenage Volunteers of
-.-.-.-.-.-.---- -.-.- .-. - _- 25th Anniversary ReceptionMr.
rwVK -. .. ..-... .r.IV'.v..r".,.. .......... ; Enjoying the affair were The Bradford County Hospitalmet
.' members of the family and a August 30 in the library at
.and Mrs. Olin White,Jr. greenery,caught at the center members
It's time now to start making few close friends, including with a of white the hospital. The
celebrated their silver wed- nosegay this
Paul Harris of Jacksonville. voted to sell candy again
Christmas gifts for those ding anniversary Thursday carnations. At the four corners year, with sales beginning in
the garland was caught
night, August 30, at a November.
special persons on your list. JohnsonSoveWedding. reception in the Starke with blue and white satin Miss Debbie Shuford was
Woman's Club given by their streamers. Centering the voted "Teenage Volunteer of
Nov. 3 sons Bob, Mike, and Larry table was a three-branch the Year" by the other club
The Little Gifts that Say"I White. epergne with white tapers, members and was presentedan
Arrangements of seasonal blue and white ribbon bows at engraved silver charm.up .
Care"We Mr. and Mrs. Seeber For- flowers and potted palms the base and centered with an
syth announce the approaching arrangement of miniature
were used in the foyer and the
c)01ft dE N
have everything you need marriage of their auditorium of the club. white roses and greenery. At pV1
Materials,Supplies,Ideas Patricia David Williams daughter, Patricia Ann Mrs. Robert Barksdale one end of the table was a at the corners with blue
Plus Free Instruction Perry, Johnson, to Charles Graham greeted guests at the door. three-tiered cake topped with and white streamers.
Sova son of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. James O'Brian was in the silver letters 25 and at Serving as floor hostesses
Wed In North Carolina ChurchMiss Charles Frank Sova of charge of the guest book, the other end was a silver were Mrs M. H. Matcher, Jr.,
Callahan.The which the guests signed with a punch bowl. Mrs. M. A. Baldwin, Mrs.
The Needle wedding will be an blue The Cutting and serving the Jimmy Reddish, Mrs. Linda
Magic Patricia Dell Perry, Starke, and Willard Williamsof plumed pen. guest
event of Nov. 3 at 7 in the cake Mrs. Warren
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Salisbury, N.C., were p.m. table was covered with a were Kay Johns, and Miss Amy
Callahan Methodist Church and Mrs. Clinton
Carroll Shepherd Perry of united in marriage on white linen cloth with a satin Ebling Barton.
1517 Bessent Rd. STARKE Tyner, N.C., and David Saturday, Aug. 18, in the with a reception in the church underskirt, and held a Barton. Presiding at the Out-of-town guests were Mr.

'.I'..".."' ".........................V "' ..........."................"...................,.....................,.......,.......... Mrs.Emerson Melba Williams Williams son ofIt's of Church.Ballards The Bridge double Baptist ring annex.All friends and relatives are memory Standing candle.in the receivingline punch Melinda bowl Chapman were Miss of Jacksonville and Mrs. Charles, Mr. and Fields Mrs.of
ceremony was performed at invited to attend. were Mr. and Mrs. White Wauchula and Miss Linda Steve Weldon of Macclenny,
--------------------------------------- ----- five n'.ln"k\ \ In the afternoon" and their sons, Bob, Mike, and Powell of Starke. Assisting in Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Bartonof
ggvo:; 000 .n .-cQlO)OIRUpIQCAKlt. lt> I serving was Mrs. Avanell Silver Lake, and Mrs.
by the Rev. George H. Cook, Larry.
Johnson of Jacksonville.Mrs.
against a setting of yellow Mrs. Charles Freitas and The refreshment table was Charles Freitas and son,
mums, pumpkin pom poms, son, Caine, of Hilo, Hawaii covered with a white lace J. E. Hardy was in Caine, of Hilo, Hawaii.
Time For A Change and baby's breath. have been visiting her cloth with blue underlay over charge of the gift table which Two hundred guests were
parents, Mr and Mrs. C. W. white satin. Around the edgeof was covered with a lace cloth invited to call between the
Wedding music was Savage, the past three weeks. the table was a garland of over white satin edged with a hours of 7 and 10 p.m.
garland of greenery, caught
presented by Miss Bonita -
Perry, organist, Mrs. David . .
Hare, pianist and Miss Kathy
Everybody Says It Evans, soloist. f

I Given in marriage by her What Type Of Chief Of Police

father, the bride wore a
candlelight formal gown of
silk organza fashioned withan
empire bodice, trimmed Do You f
with lace appliques and seed
Charles pearls.The skirt was accented

1 v with Her tending fingertip an into attached veil chapel of train illusionwas lesgjji ex- : The People Of Starke Deserve? I

of imported silk attachedto
HARDY MBelieves a peau de soie loop bow with
Venice flowers. She carried a
bouquet of tangerine roses : :
and yellow porn poms The Best Qualified -

: Mrs. Charles Patterson Jr.,
sister of the bride,was matronof
/ / It Charles honor. Bridesmaids were
HardyIf Miss Rachel Williams, sisterof
the groom, and Miss Jo Ann Course
Perry, sister of the bride.
They wore floor length, long
sleeved dresses of yellow

You Feel We Need A Change In City Hall, September flowered taffeta, fashioned voile over with a bridal high

ruffled neckline and a fitted
11 Is Your Chance To Do Something About It. Make bodice Matching with picture matching hats ruffles.com- : : BILL CHAMBERS

CHARLES HARDY Your City Clerk. pleted their outfits. Each
carried a nosegay of yellow _
daisies, with baby's breath

Elect a ClerkWho Miss Sherri Norman of fiy -a''c

Lawtey, cousin of the groom,
Will Work in was flower girl, and Perry
Harmony With The City Council. Floyd of Hobbsville, N.C.,
cousin of the bride, was ring '
bearer. ... I w... 1"1qe
Larry Williams of Chapel
Elect ClerkWho Hill. N.C. was best man for his
a brother. Ushers were Charles Jt
Thomas Patterson, Jr., of ...::1
Will Provide Information as Required for Any Chesapeake, Va.; Henry I: : perlen
Hinton, of Hobbsville; Perry : ,
Department or Citizen. Crocker of Pine Land, N.C.; e ew
and Gary Halstead, of .
Raleigh. .
Mrs. Calvin Parrish of '1\\
Elect ClerkWho Fredricksburg, Va., aunt of 4T
a the bride, served as mistressof

Will Exercise Complete Budgetary ControlFor Following ceremonies.a reception in the

church social hall, the coupleleft Is Now Chief.
As So
All Departments. for a wedding trip to Serving Change.
Myrtle Beach, S.C. Upon their
return, they will make their
home in Greenville, N.C.,
Vote For & Elect A
where both are students at
Elect ClerkWho
a East Carolina University.
The rehearsal party was

Will Provide Accurate and Complete Recordsof church held in the on social Friday hall evening of the, Professional Chief-

Your City Finances. Aug. 17. Miss Shelia Byrumwas
hostess for a dinner partyat
her home on Wednesday Bill ChambersDue -
evening, Aug. 15.

Elect a ClerkWho

Will Operate the Office With Dignity and COUNTY TELEGRAPH to Bill's Heavy \VorkoadlIe has Been Unable to Meet
Pablllihld ar.q 'I1ItItaclq
RespectFOR at 138 Call
W. Street
Stark. Florida 32091 as Many of the Fine Citizens of Starke He Would Like.

TRANSPORTATION TO TilE POLLS Secoed: Claus poctMH paid
at tSUrk. Florida

ON TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11,1973 Subscription RtIt.: Your Vote & Support Will Be Appreciated.

CALL 9645473Pd. In trade area: $ .oo per
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( Pol. Adv.) Onul trade ana- $7.00 (Pd. Pol. Adv.)
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Beta Sigma Phi Planning DanceBeta DUPLICATE BRIDGE Miss Underhill Is Honored At ReceptionMiss BALDWIN

Sigma Phi held a The first regular meetingwill Patricia Underhill, pink tapers,bridesmaid roses,
planning meeting for the be held at the home of and Mrs. Edward Sept. 15 bride-elect of Wayne pink carnations white
October dance at the home of Mrs. Harry Gruen on Sept. 10 Wainwright were the winning Blankenship,was honored at a chrysanthemums and clustersof
Mrs. Frances Tyer in at 7:30: p,m. Members are couple at Duplicate Bridge reception Tuesday night of ivy.At one end of the table CHEVY .OLDS
Keystone Heights on Aug 28. reminded to remember the Club Tuesday night.Mrs.PaulA. last week given by Mrs. J. D. was a crystal punch bowl .sass.
vacation auction Johnson and Mr,. R. W. Seymour and Mrs. C. N. encircled with greenery and
--M--- .. -,______.n iIII\i.___ __ ,sec4rratxl Fountain were second and Christy at the home of the white pompons.
Mrs. Lex Green and Curtis latter on N. Walnut Street. Presiding at the punch bowl
Sanders were third. Mrs. Christy greeted guestsat were Mrs. John A. Reddish,
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Boone of Mrs. Myrtle Anderson and the door and presentedthem Mrs. Vernon Reddish and
Atlanta spent the weekend grandson, Eddie Schwab of IbJt11G.'111tl43IK! !(.>aK'" to the receiving line Mrs. W. J. Duke. Assisting in
with Mr. and Mrs. Olin White Gainesville, visited Mr. and composed of the honoree, her serving were Mrs. C. A.
and family at Crystal Lake. Mrs. Edward Schwab at Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Holt- mother,Mrs. R. A. Underhill, Knight, Mrs. Vernon Silcox,
Merritt Island over the long zendorf, Jr. and family spent and Mrs. Edwin Williams, Mrs. Myrtice Nichols,Mrs. H.
Mrs. Bill Glines and Mrs. weekend. the weekend at Cedar Key. mother of Mr. Blankenship. M. Hatcher,. Sr., Mrs. Hat
Thelma Mendoza of They were joined on Sunday Centering the mantel was cher, Jr., Miss Pam Un-
Jacksonville were last Miss Vicky Turner of St. by Mrs. Ethel Holtzendorf; an arrangement of pink roses, derhill, and Mrs. Craig
Thursday luncheon guests of Johns River Junior Collegewas grandson, Charles Holt tulips and snapdragons In- Padgett.Floor hostesses were
Mrs. Carrie Ritch and Mrs. home for the weekend. zendorf, and Matt Herres. terspersed with pink parsley.An Mrs.John Greene and Mrs.D.
Mary Woolen. B. Raulerson.The .
arrangement of the same
Rev. and Mrs. John Flynn John Flynn, Jr. has flowers were on the coffee hostesses presented the
Mr.and Mrs. W. M. Meng of returned last week from three received his diploma from St. table in a lead and crystal honoree with a silver in-
St. Petersburg Beach spent weeks vacation in the New Petersburg Junior College. He compote. vitational tray and corsage as
the long weekend with their England states. While there is presently working in Mrs. Seymour invited the a memento of the occasion.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul they received word that Rev. Jacksonville and living at guests to the tea table in the Corsages were also presentedto
Meng of Hampton Lake and Flynn's father, Egbert Flynn, home in Starke. dining room which was Mrs. Underhill and Mrs.
Mr.and Mrs. E. L. Matthews, died in Westville, N.J. They covered with an importedlinen Williams.
and with Mr. Meng's brother- attended his funeral August Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Lewis and Battenburg pink One hundred and forty
in-law and sister, Mr. and 25. Rev. Flynn's-mother,Mrs. and family of Perry spent the lace cloth.Centering the table guests were invited to call
Mrs. Kenneth McClure, in Flynn,returned with them for weekend with her parents, was a silver candelabra between the hours 7:30: and 9
Hawthorne. an extended visit. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Gay. arrangement with burning p.m. f;

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Mr. and Mrs. George Cableof Mrs. W. J. Dodd,Jr. visited a
Fort Lauderdale spent the Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Dodd at
what's cookin'2Any weekend with her grandparents ; Cross Creek over the weekend
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. and attended the Lion's Club
Harrison.Mr. gospel sing on Saturday night.
Also attending the sing were
Mr. and Mrs. John B.
and Mrs. Leo Champion
Thing You Want To On This visited Mr. and Mrs. W. B. ,
Thompson and family at (Sea
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Silver Springs on Sunday. :;d;(Check These 0 K Used Cars

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Power Brakes, Air Con-
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ditioning.This Is Some Real
Year Have A Manager. Good Transportation For A Power Brakes and Air I
Conditioned. Lots of Life
Lot Less Than You Would
Left In This One.
Think. See This Before You

Why Is Our Present City Buy. $179500 Special $1495

Drastic Discounts On Co. Demonstrators

Clerk So Opposed To CITY l-Loaded Caprice Coupe

This Car Has Everything

\J ( MANAGEMENT GOVT. 1-Caprice 4 Door Hardtop Sedan

1-Impala 4 Door Hardtop Sedan

1-Chevy C-10 Pickup (Loaded)

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'Sooner' or Later Your Favorite Dealer'

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Mr.. Mr and. and:Mrs Mrs'1' L M Catoi'VJI' A, Stale Aid Asked 2.IlI"f'/'S OJl"i" f (: sslttiloIA'AA/ YOUR HOME LOOK LIKE A
J&8rt I'avno, Mi' and Mis ItichardJoel )
In Luke Flood / 1",1/4
and Mr and !Mrs /ii IAI1A'It1y'An
Phillip Velk'Miw+ and their 411 ,,,,
iiiicsliiii.ili' a" ,11I'' nl PORCUPINEWITH
families were camping( at St. Declaring a state of Just 2.8 inches of rain have money was lakl'lI horn John,,,
(From Page 3)) Andrews State Park at emergency in flood conditionson fallen on Bradford County in Sherman's I'eMrI.nrt. ia't' of,
Moon Lake and the
Panama City over the Half scattered showers sinceSeptember
Lawtey, Tuesday .iltc'IIHIOII.
Putnam Hall the Put 1.
weekend area
according to the BiarlluriCounty I/ ,
Miss Lillian Slump and Mrs nam County Commission A total of 1.5 inches fell at Sheriff's Jtr
John W. Griffin vIsited !Mr Miss Beverly Patterson of telegraphed Governor Reubin the Santa Fe fire lower on US- The house was Department.left unat-
and Mrs. W. H. Thomson at Miami spent the weekend with Askew Tuesday asking for 301 south according to the tended and was entered
their summer home at Mr. and Mrs. }<'. II. Kramer state help in alleviating the Florida Department of through the back door according -
Panacea over the weekend. and Mrs. A. J. Barry and situation in west Putnam Forestry headquarters on SR- to Deputy John
family. County. 100 west of Starke, makingthat Dempsey:
1 ..
the wettest section duringthe
The descendants of Roman
and Mollie Alvarez held their J. O Winters of Orlando wasa The local state emergencyis week of Sept. 14. ROOM UNITS STICKING OUT
annual family reunion at the weekend visitor of his valid for 48 hours but can New River tower recordedone FROM ALL SIDES OF THE HOUSE?
recreation center in Lake brother-in-law and sister Dr. be extended if the Governor Inch and the Louis Hill
Butler on Saturday. Sept. 1. and Mrs. II. G Bellinger issues a similar decree it was tower at Highland recorded 3-
Approximately 65 relatives explained. 10. No fires were reported. pyAsk.x. MODERNIZEWITH
attended, including the Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Carver Ellington-Addison
Alvarez' seven children and and family attended the Putnam County efforts to A NEW
their families. Carver family reunion at deal with the Half Moon Lake Mr.and Mrs.Leon Ellington The nest Skylab; crew ill
Douglas, Ga on Sunday. flooding during the past ten announce the engagement and be In orbit for about t two I ;=-
Mr.and Mrs.M.W. Cressler weeks have been met with an approaching marriage of their .
returned last week from amonth's Mr. and Mrs. Mark Moody apparent lack of communications daughter Sharlene A months. UK going to ictuiu| \ + WEATHERTRON'REVERSE
vacation in the and Mr. and Mrs. O. R, between the Ellington to Wayne D. Ad- some limin n dotoinpicssiuil
Smoky and Blue Ridge Alvarez,Jr. and their families various agencies while dison of Lake Butler son of chamber In
fine Ilicvcan .
Mountains and also visited spent the long weekend at recognizing the need for long- Dorothy Addison of Columbus 1 Charley CYCLE HEAT PUMP CENTRAL
and Ga. ad, lu.J' In I HIP (nod
their son and family Mr. Cypress Gardens Silver and | IHKCS
Mrs. Charles Cressler in Springs and Six Gun efforts.range The wedding is to be held alien hey I get bat!.. E. SYSTEM PROVIDING QUIET, COOL-
Calhoun, Ga. Territory and also visited Mr. Friday,St'pt.14 at 8:00: p.m. in WARM YEAR 'ROUND COMFORT.
and Mrs. Lavon Alvarez in Graham Baptist Church with BIRTHSMr Johns
Mr. and Mrs. R V. Turner Orlando on Sunday. Putnam officials admitted the reception following in the
W. T. they did not have the physicalor home of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. .
visited his sister, Mrs. Debbie Spengler, Cindy and !Mrs Freddie --
Brinson, and father Roy Mitchell and Ann Haynes of financial the capability of Rivers, grandparents of the Watterson announce the About This uestior., "" PLEASE CALL US
Turner Valdosta, in Ga a hospital over the in North Florida Junior College situation, even If emergency they had a bride.relatives All of the friends couple and are adoption of a son,John David, TODAY fOR A FREE
home for the long age 4 12. 1 =
were workable
plan. invited to attend.
weekend. "Our firm requires
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When a City Manager is Hired t

on Strict Qualifications ,i jS / _'

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This Sort Of Thing. .- '. .

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Not \- V o
Does Happen

. Reprint From Bradford Co. Telegraph Board' ;'

17 I973 -
May Seeks

Delinquent Bills Answer'

Faced with an au
ditor's report of
$20.000 in delinquent

Total $20,000 ments,utility the Starke pay

city council Tues-
day pressed bardCouncil
at Clerk Merrill
Edwards for an ex
Is T old planatioNOnly

Tin trying It straightened But Scott gave the council
definite action taken, toll Vote For
however, was separating the out If bear with Tuesday night the$20,000fig
," He said
me Edwards said.
Job of cutting off service on the situation can't be cor- ure.Edwards said he could Move t
delinquent accounts from meter '
rected In a month.The clerk: turned the city s own acCMnt*
readers who work under
Clerk Edwards and giving that pointed out that even City; of off."I!: ,"
duty, to the Electric Depart- of Starke city utility employees bills,and are those onScott's replied.would have Tucker The Committee For City Management Government
mAuditor delinquent list."I Til be glad to give you
Ned Scott said that
as of April 30 there were 258 don' understand why pointing the job! out Edwards much answered time Is Has Been Called a Small Minority By Some
Is two months ,
utility accounts more than 30days when an account required and that he has had
old.Included In that was old its still got electricity trouble keeping meter readers -
98 accounts unpaid after 60 Tucker said. on the Job. But I 25% of the Voters That Were
days 28 accounts unpaid after Some delinquent accounts One meter reader Is off
90 days,and 16 accounts which are cut off because they are due to Illness In his fam
had been marked off as un not current, Edwards said. ily. The other simply had
collectible. But added that his office got not been reporting to work Contacted Have Already Expressed Their Desire For the
"There must be something behind on billing when having the clerk said.
trouble with the bookkeeping Tucker said he had gotten
wrong with your water me-
ten," Scott said he had obmachine.. With the machine "a report like this a year Form of Government
served. Numerous accounts down records of payments ago. I didn't say anything because City Management ,
have no monthly water meter cannot be transferred Into It, I thought. it would be
reading and are simply being he said. corrected. STh Petition Get it The Ballot
charged the minimum, the auditor Edwards said Wednesday "If I could run the whole By to on
said morning that a new accounts city myself It would be
"Are meters being read?" receivable list Just completed done. the clerk replied.
Councilman Nell Tucker said shows only $7,500 owed. The council should do something
He Scott checked Councilman meter readIng Think About I It.I
"It Is being worked on," the accounts the city was eight Orle Wiggins I
Clerk Edwards replied adding or nine days behind In post- said.
that many meters are Ing due to the machine being "Maybe we need to relieve
stuck or Inoperable. down. the .city of that responsibility -
'TlirVnr gald.

At The Rapid Rate Starke Is Growing

An Elected City Clerk (Who Can Be

TONIGHT Anybody) Is Just Not Qualified To Cope

Come Hear an Open Discussion by Richard Fellows
With the Situation But A That
City Manager ofGreenCo\'eSprings. lie Will Answer manager

as lan'QuestionsasPossibleAbout The City Management Fonn of Government Comes With High Qualifications Can D

The Job.

P L A C E--------B. H S.Auditorium


: Mrs. Victoria McCrary Phone 964-5542

Mrs. Lena Timmons Phone 964-5809
6 13
.---------- Mrs. Elizabeth Covington Phone 964-7367

Mrs. Lorriza Brown Phone 964-6581

Committee for City Mang.Govn't. Paid Pol.



Page 6 TELEGRAPH September 6, 1973

No TVoiir-------------------.-------------- City Election... RecProject- ----------------------------- MeruulHx1lih. .

(From Page 1)) and the who best has Chairman reputation mechanics McRae in as Starke one were of, duties zoning named board as a the director.committee paid McRae county of (From Page 1)) (From Page 1)) meeting top, but after the board Emery voted left the to consult Commission with should the County also I: (From Page 1))

matter and told McRae ofVickery's seen outside the meeting room Councilmen Vernon Silcox Rosser, and Jesse Branson, change this to 11-4 inch,which Zoning Board for its recommendation : -
from Jerry Thompson, 27- I the basis
Commissioner is on
overtime Dave Paulk to fill a vacancy: : on county: paying
no talking "making up" as and Orie Wiggins to come up former Macclenny policemanand Gainesville
year-old resident said would meet DOT of 60 cents: per capita.:
stipulation. Clerk Edwards put it. with recommendations to former Chief of Police
for for the position of County Bryan charged that the
specifications. will be McMillan :
McRae was mollified, In other action Tuesday Gaines and Mrs. Waldo. Emery Surveyor M. G.
replace Director of Divil Defense. In notified of the change. on behalf of University of Florida now has
however, when Schaefer and night, the council: Marguerite Hall who also presented a
Silcox said as the Street -Received an offer to recently resigned from the Bowen, 39, will be his application Thompson said County Sanitarian Jack Steve Cardin for the latter's "a complete grip" on the
making he had specialized in and is reluctant
com- Trawick informed board : to
the Nichols Acres subdivision on program
Committee, they will meet from Ohio three
purchase board. his second for
zoning the
with Supt. S. R. Hicks, when 1,000 KW Superior electric city lie ran try third in chief'spost. munications, with extensive that the Air&: Water Pollution U.S. 301 South, just north of surrender any control to the
1971 work in radio, being officerin local
an Control Board will hold groups.
he returns from vacation, with with all a the old city airport property.The
power generators -Was told by Schaefer that against former chief Ken the Radio Amateur Civil
Vickery present to work out a for hearing in the courthouse at plat, which was acceptedand
auxiliary equipment the
trimming is finished for Fuqua who won, and
Bill .
policy to follow. Vickery said $35,000 each of$100,000 for the Rosser Emergency Service.W. 10:30: a.m. Thursdayhsept. 20, approved, shows 11 lots of "It is supposed to be a
now.Told Emery appeared on the or one acre each, community mental health
he would be willing to work three. The offer was turned Clerk Edwards, in approximately
before the boa'd and said he
not to issue a permanent with street. with community
overtime when an emergency over to city engineers for answer to a resident's one graded program
arises. Major concern of the evaluation.Was that an aging mobile home inquiry Bowen was elected to the was not aware it was permit to National Protein for Action on another plat, involvement" Bryan said,
council Is keeping the street notified officially by the city cannot be replacedwith in city council in 1969 when he necessary to obtain a permit continued operation of its submitted by Dean Cassels "But at the present time we
sweeper, garbage trucks, and City Zoning Board ChairmanL. a new mobile home defeated incumbent Gerald from the County Commissionin rendering plant near Hamp- and Wilson Conerly (Conerly have no voice in how it is run."
order to construct
police cars in daily operation. M. Gaines that he is unless the land is zoned for Williams and Mrs. Maurice drainage ditch a ton.Trawick Estates) on Highway 16 West If the Bradford-Union
After the meeting Vickery, resigning because of his new mobile homes. White. He resigned his on property also reported that was delayed 'because there proposals are turned down,
owned Lake Geneva Lake
councilman post to run in the on ( the Pollution Control Board was no certification on the Bryan said he intended to go
1971 Chief's race. Geneva Estates). Since the had issued a warning about plat that it had been to Federal and State
ditch did not extend into the burning trash at the Starke previously approved by the legislators and attempt to
Bowen is a mechanic at lake, the board granted land fill (garbage dump). County Zoning Board.In obtain funds to divorce the
Terwillegar Motors and owns Emery a permit with the Trawick said the burning was other action the board: local clinics from the regional
several washeterias in Starke. stipulation that a dam be done by unknown parties; who -Gave approval to County set-up. Some communities
constructed to keep muddy dumped some old tires and set Agent Bobby Taylor's requestto already have sattelite clinics,
Mustang water from draining into the them afire. Burning is for- use "less than $1,000" in each with its own local
Chambers, 33, was appointed lake.Emery bidden at any dumps, he said. surplus funds to purchase a 16 management board, Bryan
acting chief by the ; was also given Cnairman Bryan reported a mm projector, a slide
city council when Ken Fuqua permission to black top sand vacancy in the office of projector, and a chalk board said.Bryan was also critical of
resigned the chief's post on clay roads constructed in the recreation chairman at for his office.Appointed. the high administrative costsof
MOBILE HOMES June 19. Chambers has been subdivision provided he Theressa, and the board said the program. and the fact
mC with the Police Departmentsince conformed to the board's the Theressa Recreation attorneys Gene that Bradford County is
1964 and this will be his' specifications. At present the Board should be consulted for Shaw and George Pierce to allotted\ only two employees In
first try at city politics. specifications call for 1 1-2 its recommendation to fill the serve on the new Law Library the lowest paid category.
1650 N. Temple Ave. 964-7212 inch thickness for the black vacancy. Bryan said the board.

Branson, 45, has served .
Starke, Fla. Open 9-8 1-6 Sun. the Macclenny police
department and was chief of
police for Waldo. He has livedin EDWARDS
Your Mobile Home Starke for about three years
and is employed as a
machinist in Palatka. He is
Shopping CenterFeaturing the local branch president of
the Church of Latter Day

Altair Ara Argo Boanza Bronzwood Capella Crescent Saints.The Bransons have six I !' 11irro 1 foal'

Draco Elmwood -Sheffield children, one of whom, Mike, .
is serving a two year missionfor
the church in Ireland.
Another son, Joey, is em- 'J I
AFTER LABOR DAY SALESeveral ployed with the Florida High- _
way Patrol. _
Former Chief Bill Rosser, '
40, was first elected Chief in $
73 Homes To JJ'
Choose From 1961 when he defeated Chief
Riley Sweat, 533-517. He ran
unopposed in 1963. In 1965

1973 Bronzwood 1974 Cresent Lawson Rosser defeated and James Ewell A.

12 X 60 Sullivan to gain his third term. _
2 Br. In 1967 Rosser ran for his
2 Br. Front Kit. fourth term but was defeatedby
Bobby Biggs, losing by the
$399500 $569500This vote of 1027607.
In 1969 Rosser lost to Ken
Ruqua by 60 votes, 790730. In *
1971 Rosser again lost to
is Your COUPON FOOD FOR Fuqua in a runoff by 85 votes.

.. .. NOT 10,000 But 15,000 S&H Green Rosser has had seven and a
:; : :.:' half years experience on the My fellow citizens of Starke I have served for fourteen in honest sincere and impartial
you years an -
force, and half of
police one a
(Stamps With The Purchase of a NEW 73 HOMEOUR those years being served as a manner and as an elected official should by all standards.I .

PRICES: INCLUDES: DELIVERY: : WITHIN 100 MI. Councilman Jimmy McRae have seen the City grow and improve from the standpoint of income from $565,814.00 in 1959 to

CEMENT BLOCK INSTALLATION OF HURRICAN TIE DOWNS. and Silcox Councilman were up for reelectionbut Vernon this year's present budget of 134678200. These past fourteen years have been a great period of
got no opposition and will improvement for our City. Your City Council makes all rates and charges and then it becomes the duty
receive a free ride for the next of your City Clerk to take care of the income.At this point it is very necessary for someone experienced
two years. to handle the City's income for the citizens best interest.

r 1 Your present City Clerk, Merrill Edwards, has invested all reserve funds in a way that at the
present time our City is in financially good condition. Your present City Clerk has established a building
\ fund for a new City Hall with income to the City that would have gone into the General Operating Fund.
Other reserve monies have been invested for several and
years are drawing interest. At a later date a
I part of this income may be spent on projects that will be a savings to the taxpayers of Starke. Your

SPRING AHEAD THIS FALL present City Clerk was first to work on a plan whereby all City employees may be included in our
present pension plan. Our City Council adopted this pension plan in July 1968,

Experiments and actual farmer experienceshow Experience is urgently needed at the present to fulfill obligations and the commitments of our City
Council for the different projects now in progress.

that fall fertilizing pays off.

So, let us spread Gold Kist chemically QUALIFICATIONS:

mixed fertilizers for
you now. As to the qualifications of your present City Clerk

You save time in the spring you'reassured here are the true facts:

Merrill Edwards as of March 29, 1973, is one of

of getting the type fertilizer you want, Thirteen Certified City Clerks in the State of

Florida and one of 299 in the United States and

and we can give you quicker spreading service.In Canada. A Certified City Clerk is authorized by the

addition you can double with International. Institute of City Clerks and one
crop knowing the various duties of Municipal Govern-

little, if any additional applications.So ment. The record speaks for itself.

let us spread your spread so you can

The citizens of Starke have demonstrated their
ahead of spring.
get faith in only electing: three City Clerks since 1906. I .

Just call your Farmers Mutual am proud to follow in the footsteps of two respected

citizens that served our City for so many years, the

Exchange Manager. late Hon. Carl Johns and lion. Charley Futch.

Gold Kist.
We should all remember to keep our voting

r Em Good things for the farm rights in the hands of the citizens and vote against a

I City manager type government that will cost great

and from the farm. sums of additional money. A City manager type

government would abolish the office of the City

Clerk, as an elected official by you the citizens. The
citizens need representation, not disruption by a

small selfish group.

I need your vote and support once more and

will always remember that the City rightly belongsto

the people.





( .Pol.Adv.)
"Don't be misled| by idle gossip from those that could care ,less."



6, 1973 TELEGRAPH Page 'rL4


I ----- ------- --- :-:-- NOBODY LOVES THE LOVEBUG A Florida Tale Of Woe I
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With ecologists the possible and exceptionof Women's on ''an automobile trip to When he started asking to the entire dull Coast, down vertently substituted con- What can be done? Nothing, Florida-bound motorists: radiators and front ends keep
Florida last May. There was a local residents about this into Central America.It ditions far The mating flights occur the
Libbers, nobody has a kind more suitable for says Kirkpatrick. They are mess down. A film of
word for Florida's lovebugs.The spattering sound, little black minor plague, Kirkpatrick was the big influx of lovebugging. By 1969 lovebugs far too widespread for only in May and September. mineral oil) or wax makes it
and gold spots became so discovered that the number of people and of cattle raising, in had become a nuisance over a chemical controls, and most They start around ten in the easier to wash the bugs off
thick on his windshield that lovebugs stuck in his radiatorwas the years beginning after fourth of the Florida peninsula potential predators,like birds morning and end at nightfall; painted surfaces, White
story of the unloveable his view was obstructed and matched only by the World War 11, which beganthe : by 1970 they covered a dragonfllies, toads, andlizards plan your driving accordingly. vinegar water and a plastic
lovebugs is reported in the he hit the washerwiperbutton. amount of misinformationflying clearing of huge areas of third of the state-half of the find lovebugs as Driving at lower speeds tendsto scrubbing pad are the approved -
September issueofAUDUBONmagazine Instantly, he reports, around Florida about native grasslands brush and peninsula-and they are still)) obnoxious as people do. But reduce the number that way to de-bug a
of the the dots merged into an where the little pests came swamp, and which inad- spreading. Kirkpatrick has a few tips for stick to the car. Screens over windshield.
environmentally oriented opaque, oily smear. He pulled from in the beginning. One
National Audubon Society, off the road, cleaned up the source said all the lovebugs In .-- -. .. tIIII".1IIjt "
which takes a faintly superiorair mess and started out again, the state are descended from : hon: a $ e ..Ylce."e: ciionSuwannee : VUl
lng ..
C e
pointing out the whole only to hit another blizzard ten 18 pairs that escaped a few [ ,
thing wouldn't have happenedif minutes later.rm6. years ago from the En- 301DRIVEIN
it wasn't for what the human tomology Department of the
race has done to the natural Kowa University of Florida. A ValleyMobile
environment.The gardener said he heard they
Waskbaskefc came in on shipmments of

that problem they make with love lovebugsis in mid- By Joyce Champion q(jf S tina.pampas Somebody grass from else said Argen-the Show Begins At Sundow

air, coupled back to back, in When a Palouse Wash., bugs had been deliberately i Homes
great swarms that move high school football player released to prey on some Fri. & Sat.
across Florida like recently won a "Homemakerof other less desirable insect,
small"black blizzards" 'romorrow" contest it spot which they didn't do.
during their mating seasons in lighted the fact that more And, adds Kirkpatrick, "the *FRANKOWCH PRODUCTION u'Q
May and September. The little and more boys are taking Chamber of Commerce and BUTTERFLIESARE -)
black and gold insects smear courses in Home Economics. the management of Disney FREE Q)
windshields and clog They're not seeking so- World pleaded Ignorance with en
radiators, get stuck in fresh called snap course credits the enthusiasm of a witness
paint and half-eaten hotdogs, towards graduation. More taking the Fifth Amendmentat '
and generally prove them- practically themselves/ they for are their prepar initial a congressional hearing." : 12 Widen () Electric
selves an A number one taste of bachelorhood But the truth, he says, is
nuisance. college or that first job that there have always been .u- .)r25( ;
They don't sting or bite, or away from home. lovebugs in Florida; there just
eat valuable crops. In fact, The tangible/ results of haven't been so many of them. aJrOfILaGISI Start 3795
they don't do much of cooking and sewing are obvious They are described in *.COIUMHA. flctum: |po| 2 Br. Con: verts To 4 Br.
anything except fly around to them but they may scientific books (the name is I
making love. need motivation to wash their Plecia nearctica)and they are ie'en
The female of the is clothe properly. Here are
species hints native not only to Florida but
larger than the male and leads some :
Don't pack too much in the Plus .
the way on the aimless
honeymoon flights. The Load washer.them It's loosely false or economy.clothes r' __. Total Electric 24 Wides
unliberated male is just towed won't come clean. Figure
along like a caboose.AUDUBON'S about two normal loads per. FLORIDATHEATRE The NEW Adventures ol EISA's Cubs! "'
reporter, Dick week.If en
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Kirkpatrick, started looking you want jeans to fade ,
into the matter after he ran and shrink (a pop fashion), : Start S6995
into one of the black blizzards wash them in hot water.
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P.O. Box 657 2110 : LAKE GENEVA 47 .4111



B TELEGRAPH September 6, 1973

I LAWTEYCHURCH Career Education Project


ACTIVITIES Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kuhne
Faith Baptist Church By Elizabeth Terry and family' and her mother, Under Way At BradfordBradford FOR
Radio Program over WPXE, 8 Mrs. Jim Newsom, were

a.m. Sundays. Bible School, 10 Emory Eunice was a guest Mr.and Mrs. Earl Denmarkand Saturday evening guests of
a.m. Worship Services, 11 schools now to hire students. Our main
speaker at Northside Baptist of Atlanta, Ga., her son-in-law FERTILIZERGROTONE
family and FALL
a.m. and 7:30: p.m. School on engaged in a career education goal is not only to find a
Bible Doctrine Church last Sunday night. On were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. Mobley of student find _
Tuesday, 8 Monday after short project for grades K-12, according a job, but to also
p.m. at Pastor's home. Prayer night a their brother-in-law and Chiefland.Mr. to Career Education the employer the kind of GROTONE
service, the church .
meeting, Wednesday 7:30: and prayer friends and sister, Mr. and Mrs. George and Mrs. Ernest Hewittof Counselor John Snell. person qualified for the job," HARDI
p.m. Bible Study. gave Emory Shuford and family, and other Tallahassee were guests of Housed now at Bradford Snell states. WEED
Frankie a love offering of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. GREEN
School the student
Grace United Methodist $213.70 Afterwards dinner relatives. High program is Anyone needing AND
was! of Knoxville, Arlie Dobbs Thursday to directed Personnel assistance is asked to contact
Church Sunday School, 9:45: served to the 100 who Roger by Pupil FOR ALL
a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. attended. Our persons love and Tenn., spent from Wednesdayto SundayMrs.. Services Coordinator Connie Snell at Bradford High School, FEED PLANTSAND
and Monday with his parents, Elbert Knight of An- Clark with Snell as the phone 964-6092.Hampton. iHARDI'e
p.m. Sunday nightat WEED>
with them as they ,
prayers go niston, Ala., spent Wednesdayand FOR 1 TREES
6:30: followed by choir leave for a new home and New Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunice, guidance counselor. The ,GREEN
Thursday nights with Mr. FEED
practice.The York. and other relatives. $33,000 one-year program is
Boch and Mrs. Les McClellan. On funded by the State of Florida CENTIPEDEAND PROTECTS
folks of the church and Mr. and Mrs. Kay Lynn spent Sunday Woman's
Miss Sheila Elixson of. Saturday, she and her son and and secured for Bradford
with was
enjoyed an evening of Stephenson, of Macclenny. FROM THE COLD
daughter-in-law,Mr. and Mrs.
fellowship under the directionof were Sunday dinner guests of, Worthington Springs. Clifford and County through a project I'urseSiiutclietl
Knight son, also
Mrs. George Roberts. their grandmother, Mrs. Mrs. Harold Eunice and written by Curriculum ST. AUGUSTINE LAWNS 50 LB
of Anniston,
were dinner
Mrs. Eunice and Coordinator Richard Jockel.
Home-made ice cream and Bryant Reddish. Emory guests of the McClellans. In Gainesville COVERS BAGSO $385
cake were served followed bya Mr.and Mrs B. L. Wilkison, family were guests of her Miss Marjorie Ann Dem- Career education is a new 2500 SOFT $595 .
Mr. and Mrs. Bill concept severely needed by
family film entitled, "The Jr., of Jacksonville, called on
man formerly Cove
Littlest Payne of Orange Springs on the students of Bradford Mrs. Dorothy Williams of
Apostle" their parents, Mr. and Mrs. will
Springs spend winter
Highland Baptist Church Bennett Wilkison, Sr., Sunday Friday. her County, according to Coun- Hampton reported to GROTONE
with uncle and MEAL
aunt, Mr.
School David Kelly, son of Mr. and selor Snell. This year em- Gainesville police Tuesdaythat PELLETS a CON
Sunday 9:45: a.m. afternoon. While there, Mrs. and Mrs. Jack Kuhne, and
Mrs. George Kelly, left phasis is being placed on she had been pushed to
Worship Services, 11 a.m. and Wilkison, Jr. called on Miss 9-7-7
finish the 12th OR
7:30: pm Prayer Meeting Elizabeth Terry. Sunday to attend Florida Bradford School.grade in material for implementation, the ground by two youths, who .' I WITH MINORELEMENTS KILLS
Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Norman Southern College, as a junior, Mr. and High Mrs. Fred Moore follow-up, and a job si atched her purse and fled.A : PELLETS i RATS
followed Choir in Lakeland. placement service for third youth remained behindto ''
by Practice. and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Gene -.oJ
and girls, Mrs. Marcus Mr. and Mrs. George spent Sunday with their son- students. assist the woman, according ,?'::EUETS t IDEAL LAWN
Taylor in-law and daughter, Mr. and 1 1LB
PERSONALSMr. Shuford, Mr. and Mrs. Danny The job placement service to the police.
Griffis and daughters, and .
Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs.J. W Thomas and son, of deals with \ GARDEN
Mrs. Darlene Norman and Bobby finding jobs for Mrs. Williams told police BOX $157|
Live Oak.
and Mrs. Paul Griffis sons gathered at the home of Norman, and Mr. and Mrs. students on a part time basis that three youths were leaning' FERTILIZER =*
were guests of their brother- their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Starling gathered at the while in school and a per- aeainst I parked vehicle north a:
in-law and sister, Mr. and Harry Wilkerson, on Wed- home of Mr. and Mrs. Emory Sympathy is extended to the manent basis after of the intersection of SW 4th LB BAG $385
Mrs.O.L.Edge and family, of nesday evening for a family Eunice late Friday night and family of Harry Padgett, of graduation Snell says. Ave. and 7th Terrace in Chlordane
Jacksonville, last Sunday. dinner. The occasion was Mr. helped them load their truck. Jacksonville, who passed "We need assistance and Gainesville when she walkedby Golden
Mrs. Jim Burton, of Wilkerson's birthda ,. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Norman away Saturday morning.Mr. support from all who are able on the east side of the LIQUID 72%
Jacksonville, spent from Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson> and went with them and will and Mrs. Allen Guthrieof street. Ideal Fertilizer FT. $291
Friday to Monday with her Mrs. Daisy Boch spent the return home over the Orlando and their father, J. She said that one of the WITH MINOR ELEMENTS
mother, Mrs. P. L. Dinkins. weekend with Mrs. Maines weekend. C. Prevatt Jr., and son, of youths asked, "Do you have a a oz. $117
Other guests were her son and Griffis and family and Mr. Mrs. Barbara Harris and Gainesville, were dinner cigarette, lady?" She ignored 100% Organic50LBBAG
daughter-m-law,Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Virgil Griffis and daughter of Raiford are guests of their parents, Mr. them and kept walking on witha
Paul Dinkins and David,of St. family at Palatka. spending sometime with her and Mrs. Carl Prevatt, Sr., on woman friend Mrs.. Winter Rye Grass
Augustine, on Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Paul Griffis parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Saturday.Mrs. Williams'said. $269
carried Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Brice. Gerald Griffis and Seed
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Ed- Thornton to see their son, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Kellyof daughters of Middleburgspent Shortly afternoon, she told
wards, of Jacksonville, spent Ronald in University Lake Worth spent the Saturday with her police, one youth pushed her 25% Organic 5 LB. $185
Sunday afternoon with their Hospital, Jacksonville, on weekend with their parents, cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Gene to the ground and took her
parents Mr.and Mrs. Bennett Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly. Taylor and daughters. purse. Two of the youths fled $209
Wilkh"nn. -Sr.. Clarence Dobbs of San- 6 east through the parkinglot 50 LB BAG 50 LB BAG $1495
derson, spent Saturday with but the'third remained at
his brother and sisler-m-law, the scene to assist her J.lr: .
Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. Williams said.
REMEMBER Other Saturday guests of the "But U'a a lovely after- The Gainesville police Nursery
Dobbs were their daughterinlaw noon for an t'lghtl1lile hike- report that one juvenile
THIS? '" and daughter, Mrs. Casey up and down cleaning out suspect has. been arrested Azaleas $169UP
S Dobbs and Terry, and her the attic." thus far.
daughter-in-law, Mrs. Charles
Dobbs and family, all of J Legustrum $169up
Jacksonville.Miss L
yqt Carol Gladieux and BILL'S C. B. RADIO& EQUIP. .

pr Wayne Lopard, of Lake 121 N.Ttmpl.Av.. Vibernum $179
Worth were guests of Mrs. Stirki,Fie.SPECIAL .
Loca Raulerson last Saturday.
'. Lamar Priest,of Parsipany.N.
10 DAYS Cow Manure
Y .'J. spent the long weekend Fresh Fall

t with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. BEARCAT 23B BASE STATION For Your Fall
Hubert Priest. While here he
and Flower
also visited his friend, Chuck Vegetable
REG. 279.95 NOW 219.95 Gardens 67
s. Norton, of Starke.Mr. $1j

and Mrs. Olin Baxleyand NEWUI! !

i son, of Middleburg, were CAT.
of Mr. and Mrs. Gene
Taylor and family, on REG. 129.95 NOW 109.95 LO.IDA GARDEN

4b'" Thursday.Rev.. and. Mrs. J. Boyer of HURRY! BUY BEFORE :. EST CENTER

Painesville Christian Church, HUNTING SEASON OPENS.Home ONtROL. 539 East Call St.
Hanover, Ind., were Sunday
guests of Mr. and PH. 964-5745
evening of Magnetic Slant s alert CO.
Mrs. Paul Lock and family 7J Hour Service'
and attended services with
944 8144 or 9601 B36I
OH -- them.
WELL Friends of Mrs. June Brown

regret Riverside that she is Hospital a patient in, $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ sssssssss $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

Jacksonville.Mrs. 0-

We Don't Sell Fresh Saturday. Edith overnight Swinney guest was of a 09- -
her son-in-law and daughter.
Mr.and Mrs. C. A. North and GOLD .
attended church with them on 0909- -C#)
Meats Anyway Sunday.Mr. t. <

and Mrs. Hermie Kelly .
visited their cousins, Mr. and 0909- '- .
BUT WE DO SELL THOUSANDS OF OTHER ITEMS Mrs. P. L. Seavers Sr., in >\' -77 i- I'"r.: = I'
Jacksonville on Friday. They 0909- '<'\,, t t .
also visited their brother, MEDAL ,
THAT ARE MOST COMMONLY NEEDED IN THE Cecil Whitehead, in Memorial 0909-- > '" ._,&
Hospital, Jackssnville, the i. ", '
same day. r t <" .
Mr. and Mrs. Leon 0909- '
Ellington, of Graham, spent Home of 24 Karat Quality : ,..

Sunday afternoon with their 0909-
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. o>
Morris Kelley, and family.Mr. -
AND WE'RE ALWAYS GLAD TO SEE YOU. and Mrs. Cecil Atkin- 09- 4620 N. W/ 13th St. Hwy 17 Ne O o*>

son, of Homestead while 0909-
returning from Philadelphia, Phone 376-1452 Green Cove Springs : >

| OPEN FROM 7:00: TO 11:00: EVERY DAY I| Pa.aunt., stopped Miss Arthurine by to see Blanchard their- 0- Gainesville oo

on Wednesday >
Arthur L. Green and son. 0909- Save -
Art of Albany, Ga., spent the o>
long weekend with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. 0909- 60X12

Handi-UaM) Green.Among those who attendedthe 0-- 3Br.Double .

| dedication services and 09-

dinner Baptist at Church the new on Evergreen Sunday 0909-- Champion Wide :

were Mr. and Mrs. O J,
Anders Mrs. O. J. Phillipsand 0>
FOOD STORES Coleman Mrs. Elsie 0909- $499500 $699500
Norman and Miss Dorothy I
Swanbom Mr. and Mrs.
090 -
Vernon Starling. Mr., and Mrs.
Robert Rosier, Mr and Mrs. >
CONVENIENTLY LOCATED NEAR YOU Charles Starling and family, 09- :

Mrs. Joyce Futch, and Miss

Elizabeth Terry. : ::

0909- _

Florida National Banks 0909 0909 09-09---- Save $399500 Save

are famous for lending. 0909 09---- Air Conditioning Available With All Homes ::t

0909- Free Delivery and Set Up ::

How about 09--

checking 09-0909-- GOLD MEDAL MOBILE HOMES E

with us, too. 0909 09--- 426 N. W. 13th St. Hwy 17 North. ::

,..'.. 376-1452 284-5664.:
FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE : ;:: Gainesville Green Cove SpringsPage A

Jefferson at Clark Street Telephone: 964-705O I '$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ :


6, 1973 TELEGRAPH Page 9

Good News

LEGALSLEGAL Win. D. Dansby Becomes SAE I
Community For FluFighters

William D. university other
executive director of the selected management
I I. James E. McRae, Mayor of Sec. 194.16 F.S. Michigan Optometric programs.
the City of Starke, Florida by By Elizabeth Civena Walker Flu-fighting is a difficult Association Lansing Mich.,
virtue of the authority vested in has been recognized as a
NOTICE IS HEREBY a.m. Morning Service at 11 maneuveur. But new weapons Award $2.6 Million
me by law do hereby call a First DELL CHAPTER OES Friday night the pastor and Certified Association
GIVEN, that Gilbert S. be on the
Primary Election to be held will render Evening service 5:30.: may way. Executive. He is the of
at congregation son Mr.
Dell Chapter 168 OES will could be Contract for Air
Brown Clerk to Board of One of them a new
All members are asked to
the Fire Station in the foresaid services for Rev. Sampson and Mrs. R.O. Dansby of
County Commissioners the Thursday, September live virus vaccine that has
City by qualified voters White in Waldo. Saturday please cooperate with the Starke. Pollution ControlA
on 13 at 8 in the
holder Masonic
of the following certificates p.m. already been developed by
Tuesday, September 11, 1973, has filed said cer- Hall on Brownlee Street. All dinners will be sold from the Men's Day Activity plannedfor researchers at the University Mr. Dansby qualified for $2.6 million contract for
A.D. for the purpose of electingthe kitchen. Youth Day will be October 14. The success certification, and the right to
tificates for a tax deed to be members are urged to be will depend on each member'sfull of Michigan. The vaccine installation of an air pollution -
following officers: observed on Sunday. Sunday use CAE after his
name by
CITY CLERK TWO issued thereon. The certificate present and on time. cooperation.Ebenezer. which is currently being trial- control system for a
YEARS School will at 9:30.
begin : completing a comprehensive
numbers and of tested for safety and ef
years Baptist Church power generating plant has
Morning Service at 11 with the examination covering major
CHIEF OF POLICE TWO issuance, the description oftheproperty Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. fectlveness, can be ad- been awarded to AmericanAir
ADULT CLASSES youth in charge. At 3 p.m., areas of association
and the names in ministered by dropletsor
YEARS which it was assessed are as All interested persons are Usher Boards 1 and 2, along Bible Class Tuesday night. nasal sprays. A major management, such as law Filter Company Inc., by

follows: invited to Join the Basic Adult with the Junior Choir, will $o Prayer Meeting Wednesday advantage of the vaccine is government relations, trade Kentucky Utilities Co., Lexington -
GROUP 2: to St. Paul Church night. Sunday School will and
ONE COMMISSIONER Certificate No. 3B. Year of Classes that are organized at Baptist in conclude services for the day that it fends off infection at the practices, com- Ky.
YEARS TWO Issuance 1968.Description. RJE and other centers in the Baldwin to render services for at 10:45.: opening of the throat and nose- munications. The contract is to design
Rev. Baker.
GROUP 4 of PropertyBeg county. Your opportunity is -before the virus ever enters furnish and install a systemto
+ONE COMMISSIONER: TWO at NW Cor of SW 1-4 of SW here for self improvement or the Evening Home Mission service.6 in p.m. with NAACP MEETING the windpipe or the lungs. ASAE has a membership of remove sulfur dioxide and
1-4 of NW 1-4 run S 100' for for skills to obtain a better job. charge. of Another} advantage is that 5,000 executives who manage
YEARS There will be a meeting flyash from the flue gas of
There will be a skit given by associations in
This is the time For in- the vaccine be developed leading the
POB E 75', S 100', W 75', N the NAACP Monday night, can three existing coal-fired boilers
the youth on the subject, U.S. and Canada. Their -
100' POB. Sec. T-5-S R- formation, call 964-6150 or 964- quickly. The trouble with flu
AMENDMENTTO to 25, Sept. 10, at 8 p.m. at Greater
is at the utility's Green
CITY CHARTER 6683. "Teen Talk. The public Bethlehem Church. viruses is that a vaccine ef certification must be main-

ORDINANCE NO. 245-A 22E.Name in which assessed : invited. Mrs. Eddie Mae Baptist Steward will fective against one variationof tained by participating in River Generating Plant in
Greater Allen AME
Mid State Homes Inc. SOCIAL NEWS be present. All interested the virus may be com- ASAE educational programsor western Kentucky.

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING All of said property being in Walter Thomas is visiting Pastor.Church Rev.Sunday B. C.School Williams 10 citizens are invited to attend. pletjly useless against by completing college or
relatives and friends in another variation.
ARTICLE II AS PERTAINS TO the County of Bradford, Stateof
FORM OF GOVERNMENT, Florida. Moultrie, Ga. for two weeks. .

SECTION 7 OF THE CHARTER Unless such certificate or Pvt. Deborah J. Walker was
LAWS OF THE CITY OF certificates shall be redeemed the weekend guest of her -" '

STARKE RELATING TO THE according to law the property parents, Rev. and Mrs. W. H. : 4IGLE i 1 :nl; "
ABOLITION OF A CITY CLERK, described in such certificateor Walker of Starke. She also Ic : ..0.' nriu Save
AND THE APPOINTMENT OF A certificates will be sold to visited relatives in Daytona I ::;; :;::
.....:.. I
CITY MANAGER PROVIDINGFOR the highest bidder at the court Beach. She is assigned to Ft. -

SUBMISSION TO THE house door on Monday in Sam Houston Army Base in 14% to

ELECTORATE AND Month of September 1973, Texas. _
PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE which is the 10th day of
DATE. September, 1973. CHURCH NEWS Big price cuts! 48 %

"IN' FAVOR OF CITY Dated this 9th day of New Bethel Baptist Church,

MANAGER TYPE GOVERN August, 1973. Rev. Leroy Davis pastor.
Sunday School, 10 a.m. The OPEN DAILY Off Our
MENT ABOLISHING THE Gilbert Brown, Clerk
annual Family and Rally Day 9 TO 9 THURSDAY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY DiscountSAVI23/
ELECTED OFFICE. Clerk of Circuit Court of will be held Sunday at 11 a.m. SUNDAYS'TIL

OPPOSED TO CITY Bradford County Florida. Dinner served at 1 p.m. 6 P.M. .J-
( [
MANAGER TYPE GOVERN B-16 4t 9.6NOTICE Evening service, 7 p.m. -
MENT ABOLISHING THE Tuesday night Prayer

OFFICE OF CITY CLERK AS AN Meeting Wednesday night, ,


TAX DEED Greater Bethlehem /J y a

Inspectors for said Election: Freewill Baptist Church Rev. If .
Sec. 194.16, F.S. Williams pastor. Rev. \ I ,w. -r- I ., t v R Zti 1y

Leona Mathews Inspector NOTICE IS HEREBY was welcomed back g
Colson td his post of duty after
Clara F. Inspector an
that Robert Scott the
Shaller extended vacation. Services
Peggy Inspector /
of the
following cer-
Mrs.J.C. Dukes Inspector tificates has filed said cer- began Sunday with Sunday a _11vd in '
Barbara Valinski Inspector School at. 9:30: Morning
; .
tificates for a tax deed to be PpY SAYE 33y %
Worship at 11.
Louise W.Tenly Inspector
Kenneth M.Struth Inspector issued thereon. The certificate Services for this week will \ ExptEOT'1Opi SCHOOL LUNCH KIT PKG. OF 4 SO SOFT

Susan K.Rosinski Inspector numbers and years of begin with Ushers Board No. 2 I Yw'D bp0p SOEiD1 te WITH THERMOS BATHROOM TISSUE
issuance, the description of J.
S1 ,
Bessie M.Burns InspectorElla and Choir No. 3 meeting pp'R
the property and the names in
Monday night. Senior Choir w
Mae Chastain Inspector WAS
which it was assessed are as
Irma Buford Inspector follows: Certificate No. 32. rehearsal Tuesday night. / 0 q r 1A9 Abe
Prayer Meeting each Wed-
ALTERNATES FOR SAID Year of Issuance 1970. nesday night. Story Hour and Lunch kits with safety sealed 4 roll package 325 sheets each

ELECTION: Description of Property: SE Ladies Circle Thursday night. x thermos.Keeps food hot or cold, 2-ply tissue' facial quality,
1-4 of NE1-4 of SW 1-4 E of Rd. j Y White and colors.
Mrs. R.O. Mrs. L. N. rf
Ex. R-W Sec. 25, T-5-S, R22E. t'! j T '

Mrs.Pickering" Shellie Mrs.Gerle.In Eston. Jordon Lorance Name Berry.in which assessed: My Neighbors 1 e.f..Ir lrsa i l I sv IW+, t', :" ?lS. ill: qr --,. '

testimony whereof I All of said property being in ea l. e
hereunto subscribe 100 iW SPAGf'1MEN'S
my name +
the County of Bradford, Stateof t
and cause the Seal of the townto Florida. 1. FAMOUS MAKER
be hereunto affixed this the
7th day of August 1973 A.D. certificates Unless such shall certificate be redeemed or f DOUBLE KNIT DRESS PANTSMan'

to law the property
James E. ,
McRae Mayor describe in such certificate t 1WN l
ATTEST Merrill Edwards s Nat lly.
certificates will be sold to S "
City Clerk or + q i y i Sold For
the highest bidder at the court
8 9 4t 9 6
house door on the first Mon r

day in Month of September, W SAVE 41% SAVE 14%
which is the 10th of 100- Dacron Polyester Superbly
1973, day .
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH September, 1973. t tailored by tho Nation s No 1 Male LEPAGE'S! CELLO TAPE EAGLE 1GW-30 MOTOR OIL

JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Dated this 8th day of <. '" er m top quality, fabrics. Coirforl-'

FLORIDA IN AND FOR August, 1973. 1-1 what":'\. \ able pants that never wrinkle nor WAS IS .J4e-WAS ED

BRADFORD COUNTY. Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk k r+*, lose their shape Handsome color .2Jf-

CIVIL ACTION By Beulah M. Moody, D.C. "Poor Harry, only had value!' + ossorirrcnt and various styles/
a One duty oil 'Increases
Case No. 73-227 N Sizes 28 'to 42 Lepage's Thnftope.1/ 2.1000 quart heavy
Clerk of Circuit Court of all and that
one day was inches. For home or office.' gas mileage, .r."*...
CLINTON ERVIN DAUGHERTY & Bradford County, Florida. V .
from a pro"ed's Beagle.
LOSSIE W. DAUGHERTY, his 8-16 4t 9.6NOTICE s e ssarr /./ ..
s. s. 1 .
wife. Plaintiff, -ADOPTION, SAVE 19% \ 5.1.z
Defendant. the highest bidder at the court a MEN'SSHORT SAVE I IMENS I BOYS' 1 l. .* SAVE 1.00 SAVE r, .,/7
house door on Monday in \I ALUMINUM
NO PROPERTYTO SALE Month of September 1973 -ri- SHIRTS EAGLE BRIEFS GYM SHORTS _-': WEB CHAIR ;,:-.:-:- .:;.!."...
: Shirley Ann Daughterly 1424 which is the loth day of -:: *-..--
Ideal for patio ;:. : ;;:
1.2 Kathlean Road Lakeland Notice is hereby given that I I. September, 1973. R I r beach.
r '
Fla. Dolph E Reddish Sheriff of Dated this 9th day of Yf t y y (1.= Frame folds
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Bradford County, Florida, under August, 1973. by wssj.44 f/ WAS .}56 WAS 1sZT for storage. CHAISE LOUNGE

an action for Adoption has and by virtue of Writ of Gilbert Brown, Clerk 6 5 tfr polyester, SO'' polyester 100" cotton.Easy

been filed against you and you Execution to Wit: By Beulah M. Moody, D.C. 35'cotton. Hand SO" cotton-porrr caie Khaki i and WAS I-m
are required to serve a copy of Execution issued out of County Clerk of Circuit Court of \, yA7v some prints and anempresail I other colors for w99 Y.9gaollds.Sus14'

your written defenses, if any to Court of Bradford County, Bradford County Florida. oredqualitySze, schools ,m the 5x4x4 web multicolor stripe. Multicolor I I a I luminurr, with, 6oreo.5..es30.36 vertical '
it, on the plaintiff's attorney, Florida pursuant to a final 8-16 4 t 9-6 \to I7SMLXL SMLand XL on sturdy tubular aluminum' and 1 IS horizontal webs
whose name and address is judgement for Southern

Hon. George H. Pierce P. O. Discount Company Starke, SAVE 24% SAVE I ., 1BOYS'G

Drawer 1080 Starke Florida Florida and against Earl Cecil SCHOOLSWILL BIDS MEN'S r MEN'S i SAVE 11% SAY I

and file the original with the Prevatt defendant in the amountof ASKED ORLON SOCKS EAGLE PAJAMAS ,, 3 PIECE GLAMORENECAST

clerk of the above styled courton $569.67 together with costs of P ..,.. / IRONSKILLET $ SPRAY'NVAC
or before September 24 collection. The Bradford County School sun, i f,., 11 SET prsyi RUG CLEANER
1973; otherwise a judgementmay Have seized and have in my Board requests bids on swill to polyester r ... .q

be entered against you for possession the following be picked up daily from the WAS yk3Y / WAS Em Vat rAsE u
the in school cafeterias in the
relief demanded the described personal property to seven 75' orlon, 25" 50' r v 100 cotton
complaint or petition. wit. county. nylon You'Mro1 SO" cotton-pern' C e' prints.. Assorted / rs .M4 24 ounce Dries
WITNESS my hand and the seal 1965 PlymouthID Bids will be opened at the anent Short olors Full cut I \ in one hour.First
of said Court on August 22, 13157228216 October 2 school board cognize the and farr / sleeves press Sizes Notched collar I 'I Sue, 6W-8"! cleaner ever toPplngtrorr.6.16
All bids be aus style Y1 10\',". Heavy clean and
must bright'
1973. 1973.74 Tag #451647Title meeting. quality 10 to 13 M, L and XL {Ss 1 /
GILBERT BROWNAs 9449287 received in the office of N duty. Pre-seo- en rugs without

Jim Temple soned., I scrubbing.GIRLS' .
Clerk of said Court Superintendent
As the property of the above SAVE 1.00 SAVE 48% SAVE 15%
before 9 a.m, on Tuesday Oct.
iM -- -
named defendant and that
on GIRLS' YOUTHS' 6"ii
2, to be considered.
By: Beulah M. MoodyAs Monday the 1st day of October PANTY HOSE ALPINE BOOTS a' SAVE 2.OO
9-6 2t 9-20 SLACK SETS a
Deputy Clerk 1973 at twelve o'clock noon on 1
(Court Seal)8-30) 4t 9-29 said day on the premises of the rfft : WMf! J EAGLE
ii ,
Bradford County Jail I will offer NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR / .... _l I HOT COMB

for sale and sell to the highest TAX DEED WAS 4.ir WAS z..1..J3t' r WAS.3-71 WAS .

bidder for cash in hand the Sec. 194.16, F.S. 1009'nylon Long 100" nylon opa Butternut tan I J MODEL ACRO-V J.9.t

IN :THE CIRCUIT COURT OF above described property of said sleeve turtle neck quo panty hose. Sturdy vinyl., For SAVE :2.48
FLORIDA. EIGHTH JUDICIAL defendant to satisfy the NOTICE IS HEREBY school fun
stripe top with Popular now fall or lust CUjCK Electric hair sty
CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR aforesaid.Execution.. GIVEN that Robert Scott the matching, solid colors |lust intime \ None skid, "i bcrepe RADIO l lerDr)ryMtyle.I .
BRADFORD COUNTY. holder of the following cer- pants in fashion, for school sole for WAS 3 attachments*
CASE NO. Dolph E. Reddish, Sheriff tificates has filed said cer- colors. No iron One size fts 7 comfort./ Sizes' ]lot 2 combs and 1

IN PROBATEIn Bradford County, Florida tificates for a tax deed to be ,ing. Sizes' 4-14 to 14 8''. to 3. elEE cabinet, brush. U L ap
issued thereon. The certificate v f Hi impact plastic proved.
Solid instant
Re: Estate of ALVIN 9 6- 4t 9.27NOTICE numbers and years of state

EVERETT McKINNEY JR., issuance, the description of SAVE I y SAVE l.OO SAVE 1.00 ; SAVE 24%
deceased. OF APPLICATIONFOR the property, and the names in WOMEN'S WOMEN'SDENIM MEN'S 6" t" J POLIDENT
creditors of the estate of F.S. follows: E'ffW
Sec. 194.16,
ALVIN EVERETT McKINNEY, Certificate No. 28. Year of : w ... Ew i t ; ifrI'v :

JR., deceased are hereby NOTICE IS HEREBY Issuance 1970.Description. I
notified and required to file any GIVEN, that ROBERT of Property: DISCOUNT fRiCfl' AS.J-W' .n ASRugged irW SAVE tt7: _

claims or demands which they SCOTT, the holder of the Lot as desc. in OR Book 14-385, i -' 60"- cotton icotton.Zip, to leatherMEN'SSUEDINE J

may have against said estate In j following' certificates has filed Sec. 25, T-5-S, R-22-E. a ,V, 4; 40' polyester If per/front opening.Sanforized like, vinyl ,inch LOAFERS AND OXFORDS '\ SAVE 23: %

the office of the circuit judge of laid certificates for a tax deedo Name in which assessed: pe'lI'anentp..S' Flare work shoe with, WAS I i YUCCA DEW
Bradford County Florida i n the {t be issued thereon. The Mid Slate Homes, Inc. v blouse Various leg style. Stylish crepe .01..Good 3' Ell m. SHAMPOOSuedelike
Florida, All of said in fashion, pants two lone year welt construction. rs
: being
Starke property
courthouse at r
(certificate numbers and fi OJrs with 'm
years Same ane pock blue Two deep uppers blockcrepe ,
months from : the County of Bradford, Stateof I
within six calendar
(>If issuance, the description of d styles 32.38 pockets 81018 aistanrsola 712. sol*.Popular colors.7-12.
the date of the first publication :he property, and the names in Florida. 1 1 r 7\\ OZ.
of this notice. Each claim or ; Unless such certificate or
\which it was assessed are as
demand must be in writing and certificates shall be redeemed

must state the place of residenceand ollows Certificate: No. 30. Year of according to law the property c: tji.. Many Items To

post office address of the I Issuance: 1970.Description described in such certificateor .
claimant and must be sworn to of Property: 1At certificates will be sold to

by the claimant his agent or his! as desc. in OR Book 14-381 the highest bidder at the court Price

attorney or it will become void *J>ec. 25, T-5-S R-22E. house door on the first Mon '

according to law. Name in which assessed: day in Month of September, SIDEWALK SALE V2
Dated this 20th day of Hid State Homes Inc. 1973 which is the 10th day of

August A. D. 1973.MYRTLE All of said property being in September, 1973.

H. McKINNEY t he County of Bradford, Statef Dated this 9th day of
Administratrix of the Estate of August 1973. Starke Florida
If You're Not Shopping Eagles ,
ALVIN EVERETT McKINNEY, Unless such certificate or Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk Use Our Convenient

JR., deceased (certificates shall be redeemed By Beulah M. Moody D.C. Year Round Family Discount Store, You're Not Phone 9647513September

j;according to law the property Clerk of Circuit Court of
8-23 4t 9-13 |lescribed in such certificate Bradford County Florida S.lnlon.,!

IT) certificates will be sold to 8-16 4 t 9-6 Layaway Plan. J'


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Page 10 TELEGRAPH September 6, 1973Tornadoes .\

_ Young To Be Tested Tonight In Preseason JamboreeBradford

High varsity BUS plays in the first and but people have to remember and Steve Register at centerare Edwards at strong tackle and corner where there is already lived up to his potential last Sewell or Dwight Barber will :
gridders will get a chance to third quarters, meeting first that we are a very young team the two returning let- corner back David McRiaiian, plenty of depth.McMillian Thursday: night after taking be starters. Taking the '
see how good they are tonight with Eastside of Gainesvilleand and that we only have two termen. according to Coach HUTM. and Bruce Register place at center, starting position at weak
(Thursday. Sept. 6)) at Florida tough Gainesville High starters from last year Three players that have "We're still letting fl od Barnes are now both running according to Offensive Line guard will be Early Chandlerand
Field at the annual pre-season School in the third period. returning," says Head Tornado improved more than anyone performances from Hayes for the starting position there. Coach Butch Redding. backing him up is David
football Jamboree that startsat "We're showing good im Coach David Hurse. else so far this season is Tim and Register, but this is expected "We are not prepared for Register was out due to in- Harper and John McCutchens.
7:30: p.m. provement in the last week, Terry Hayes at right end Crews at tailback Tommy from them," com the Jamboree as much as in juries.Starting. Terry Hayes will start at
ments Hurse. the past because we have been Thursday night at tight end and Dale Haas will
Coach Hurse was well keeping more concentrationon strong tackle will be Gary be backing him up during the 1 :
pleased overall, but slightly our first game," says. i Wallace or Tommy Edwards. game."We're. 'I
I disappointed in the defensive Coach Steele. Redding believes that Wallacehas Improving with each ,
in the scrimmage "At this session and things !
performance stage we've had all a slight edge on Edwardsat practice
game the team had last our secondary schemes put in the present time. are beginning to fall in place," I I
Thursday night."I and as soon as they learn to Chuck Norton or Donald concludes Defensive Line
To Get Chrysler Engineering thought the team was identify the patterns quicklywe Loper will be starting at the Coach Mike Sexton. We feel
executing and hitting very will be in good shape weak tackle spot. "Both have that we have finally got the
good last Thursday," Hurse secondary wise," says Steele. been doing a real good job," people that we want in their" '
Marlon Thornton did an says Redding proper positions defensively :
At Reduced Cost. said.Bradford opens the regular outstanding job and really At strong guard, Donnie From here on out it's going : j
season Friday night Sept. 14 at to be a matter of execution.
the Bradford Stadium. "I'm glad.we are playing in
"We've seen Vanguard in a 6 Runners the Jamboree to see what we
73 Plymouth Fury. Where else can you get Jamboree and its un- ReturningTo 1 i are capable of doing defensively -
believeable how big they are. and offensively,ended

so much car for the money ? the Even largest though teams we we've have ene had of in 12-Man Tornado Coach Sexton. .J,

years,we are small comparedto
Vanguard,"explains Coach

-D o._W"c.CHRYSLER..__ Hurse.Crews by far was the most Cross Country TeamEveryone BradfordTax
impressive out of the offensive
"" back field scrimmage night RollApproved
and was running very from the 1972-73 Howard.
recklessly, accortUftg to squad and some other runnersare Even the manager from last
Hurse. back to make this year's year is back again this year.
Quarterback Charlie Green cross country squad for Mike Scott is the manager of
PAA was executing well and Bradford High. the team.
Tax Assessor Gene Long's
throwing the ball fairly well Of the 12 man squad six are The teams' first meet is 1973 tax roll, with a total
said Hurse.In .
Thursday defensive backfield returning from last year. Sept. 18 against Palatka Southat taxable value of $60,236,923,
the They are seniors Mark Ravine Gardens in Palatka. the
r has been approved by
.. Plymouth Fury Gran Coupe Coach Keith Steele moved Hodges, Paul Parsons, and The meet is scheduled to begin ;State Department of Revenue-
McMillian from the
Jimmy Cauley, plus Kirk at 4:30: p.m. -among the first in the State to
cornerback spot to the free Hunsinger, Ricky Solzes and The following Tuesday after .
(P.S...runs on regular gas.) safety position. This was to Mike McRae. that BUS faces more com win The notification to Long

Strong, solid, reliable Fury. With beautiful A tremendous value-especially now at our and give more taking depth him to from that spot the, squad Larry this Paterson and is did on not the petition home. with Orange Park at came in a letter from J. Ed
styling, big room, great standard features. ;Straughn, executive directorof
year-end prices. C'mon in and com are! participate last year on the In Cross Country, few schools the Department of
team due to injuries. According field a team and this makes it Revenue, who also stated that
Boosters Club to Track Coach hard to find teams to run "office administration, ,
Grover Howard, Paterson is against and makes it hard to maps
and the description
Thanks To Year End I Meets TuesdayThe running in the top of the team. schedule meets. ,system"property of the Bradford
Also doing well, says BUS plans on running at Assessor's office"are all very
Howard, is sophomore Mike least three Gainesville teams "
Boosters Club met good, and the assessmentrolls
Tuesday Sept. 4, in the Field Sherman who was on the track and also the Palatka schools. { are in the form requiredby
Close Out & Low House where the following team last year, but not the Coach Howard would like to ; law.
Over HeadWe
officers were elected: cross country team. run in at least two ofJacksonville's
State standards. Long's
year's new runners are big meets and
President, Arthur Gaskins
; Glen Mullins, Mike Sanders, for sure, run in the '973 assessments reflected 89
vice-president, Joe Hull; and Louis Cooper. Jacksonville Jaycee's meet. tHe >er cent of full value, as
,Mrs. J. T. Prevail
Will secretary treasurer, Drew Red Meet Or Beat Any Deal.We Plans were discussed to to do because they don't home meets.
keep the concession stand have much experience," says The team has elected Mark The Bradford assessor said
open for the coming year. Howard. Hodges as the team Captain. I that: "next year they will
Discussed membership drive Senior Joe Gordon, new on Hodges has been to state expect our roll to be 95 percent
with $10.00 the team this year, after competition for the last two : or more of full value."
Will Not Be Under Sold couple.membership This entitles members pl'rI running on the track team is years, and Coach Howard The $60,236,923 of taxable
I l 1 I to two tickets to football looking real strong, and is thinks he is looking better this value on the 1973 roll
banquet and all sports running within the top four of year and sees no reason why represented a gain of about $5
banquets.The the team, according to he can't go back this year. 1 1H2 million over 1972 value of
club supports all a. taxable values. ,. .
athletic programs of the

Starke Chrysler Plymouth school.Anyone wishing to join call Benefit Softball TournamentTo

964-6092 .
or 964-4M7
The next meeting will be I
Tuesday,Sept. 11, at 7:30: p.m. Honor Local Deaf YouthA
l.S. :*() North in the Field House lobby.
Anyone wishing to Join and
take part or work in the club benefit tournament in All proceeds from the Games will start at 9 a.m. ,
should try to be present. honor of Jay McNeal and tournament will be used to Saturday then Sunday at 1
sponsored by Norman's Farm send Jay to Washington D. C. p.m. for the finals. An ad-
women's Softball team will be to the National Accupuncture mission of $1 will be chargedto
at the Westside Park Saturdayand Clinic. In recent months many see the games. All proceedswill
Sunday. cases like Jay's have had go to the McNeal's fun-
McNeal son of Mr.and Mrs. extremely good results. ding.
Norman McNeal,who lives on Women's Softball teams Those wanting to contributeto
VOTE TO KEEP YOUR CITYPOSITION CLERK SR-100 East of Starke, was from Macclenny, Jackson- the fund may do so by
born deaf. He attends the ville, Gainesville, and contacting Sandra Norman at
Florida Deaf and Blind Schoolin possibly Palatka will be 964-7839.
St. Augustine. present at the tournament.


1t ==-=;- ,

The Committee for City Management Government is S I I II II

using a Madison Avenue style advertising campaign to I

sell you a Model-T type government. ,I I


( ,

Larger and wiser cities have long since abandoned this it i I II I

approach to the problem. I


They say a City Manager is not a "Politician." This is I II II II

true only in the fact that you will no longer have a choicein I I I

his selection. He is NOT ELECTED by the people. I I

;I/I IIy//

They say he is an "Organizer." This is a very true !/!y/

statement. He "organizes" so well he usually controlsthe I I I

City Council. When this happens they cannot fire I. I'a I

him and you CANNOT VOTE him out of office.A .

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ABC Monday Night Football games on television.We .

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Think on these facts and VOTE TO KEEP YOUR 3501$ W.University Art.Phone 378.8482

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September 6, 1973 TELEGRAPH Page 11
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: Music. Films/ '", '. "MI iIJ,ii'11I'J'i'1&' !'IIkI.';", e,, ." ';" Horse Frolics Set Saturday In Lake Butler I IThe
I'' ;I" t' 1P ..
" To Spark ./If,,;. ':'.' 0''If Union County' Riding A parade will launch Seven classes ,of entrants
Club is making plans for a(unfilled festivities at 3 p.m. The horse will include all ages in the
: Orientation At day Saturday, Sept. 8, show begins at 5 p.m. horse show. There will be an
with the eighth annual Horse Bar-B-Q chicken dinners entry fee of 50 cents per
Frolics at the arena groundsin will be served for $1.50 for a person for each classed event
SFCC, Sept. 17 Lake Butler. chicken quarter, or $2 for a and $1 for the open events.
half of a chicken. No alcoholic beverages'
An orientation day featuring I
food, live -
music, films,

dissemination demonstrations be held of at,informationwill Santa and the Fe i Check Them OutOne= By One

Community College North. __
west Campus, 3000 NW 83rd Then Decide Which Of The 4 CandidatesFor
St., on Monday, Sept. 17, to
prep upcoming SFCC fall students term. for the Chief Will Make Starke The Best One

The day-long event, spon- t IT'S -.-JIMMY
sored by the Santa Fe Student

begin Government at noon Association and continue will / 4 4I I >
through midnight at the new campus. One of the highlightsof 6
the day will be a chicken
dinner buffet available to 4O
SFCC students for 50 cents NO. MAN FOR
upon presentation of student (
fee cards. (5o CHIEF OF POLICE ,f. ,

Schedule of the day'.s events o o 5 Years As Police Officer ,
-- '-
is as follows: r
12:00Noon6oo"P.m.SFCC: : 4:00-6:00 presentation: : p.m.Live(Room music A 12)by). Dressed In sweats this Is this seasons Bradford High Cross 2 Years As Councilman
"The Mildew Country team. They are, ((1-r) front row: Kirk llunsinger,
Zoo for
open 5:00-6:30: : p.m.Chicken dinner Mike Sherman Mike Sanders Louis Cooper, and Kicky 4 Years As An Employer
buffet. Solze. Standing, Mike McKae, Paul Parsons, Mark (lodges
equipment:: available: for.Sports use. 7:00-8:30: : p.m.Live music by Glen Mullins, Larry Paterson, and Joe Gordon.World's 20 Years As An EmployeePut
2:00: 4:00: Karate demon- "You".
strations. 8:30-9:00( : p.m.Silentfilms..
3:00-5:00:( : Information 9:00-10:30: : p.m.Live music b
available on various SFCC "Soul Machine Band'1. It All Together And You Get
classes, clubs, and activities. IhOO 10:30-11:00: : p.m.Silent Films. I Fastest, Most f Dangerous I I Game A Fully Qualified Hard Working Successful Man Who WantsTo
3:30: -4:00: p.m.Multimedia : :iOOMidniRht- Live
music by :"Muacrut'ch". Be Your Chief
7 ("; and you can bet on it!

GAINESVILLE pm He Knows The City. He Knows The People. .
QC r ra And He Knows The Problems
Sundays J 'f
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SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES Mon., Wed. ( :' Problems And Old Enough To Know HowFor
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BRASINGTONCADILLAC Johnson Faro, Inc. ,/ "I Air Conditioned -Theater Type Seating-Snack Bars Bevel<1<".
OLDSMOBILE SEEDS PLANTS .d"' : Telewagering at Your Seat State Law: You must l he 18 Transportation to the Polls on September 11 Call Jimmy Bowen at his(Home-435 E.Call
SALES & SERVICE Insecticides P.t Suppli.sFERTILIZERS .'* Free Parking! Reservations Ocala area. 591 ?'t4SGainesville St. Phone 964-5264.
Fin. lection of Used Cart r ;. area. 3769044SR
Tak.n On Cadillac Trades W. R.nt F.rtilii. Spreoders ALL SEATS 75 to $1 50 (Pd.Pol.Adv.)
318 JUST EAST US 441 2 Ml EAST OF I 75 $
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5 Qf BobbyTaylor ::21, -

The U. S. Senate has taken a To place our national elections on a .

dramatic step to reduce the corrupting really democratic footing the cam- / VV

.. role of money in politics in passing a paign funds contribution limit must be

--Y sweeping election reform measure by dropped to the level of the poorest ( I don't like to miss this

OCR a final vote of 82 to 8. voters, or campaign funding should be 1) f '14 weekly column where I try that to I
talk about timely things
handled through an assessment of $1 "'"'' are of interest to our
tIt" hope
of the bill include or $5, or some such reasonable 1 tsr A6htd v\1 1 / i/ 1// v" ) folks throughout the county. I
Major provisions for voter. of
amount, every qualified missed last week
limit of $3,000 in contributions by an to travel
an opportunity
individual to any one candidate for a Candidates should then be allocatedan Tourist Attraction One Block From City Hall through the agricultural

given election, and a limit of $25,000 on equal amount, according to the sections of Georgia, North and

the amount an individual can give to all office, to run their campaigns, and be South Carolina.

campaigns for federal office in a given prohibited by law to use any other HOME NOTESFrom Arrowhead farms, a

year. funds, including personal wealth. Jalkingo purebred Hereford operation
had a complete herd dispersal
Your Extension Home
sale Monday, August 27. They
Spending limits of 25 cents per In the opinion of political writer Economics had some of the most
eligible voter in the general election Roscoe Drummond,"National elections About Things Agent desirable breeding in the

and 15 cents per eligible voter in the should not be the toy of wealthy f"'F rrn southeast. Since there is a

primaries are provided, with minimum donors to either party. The nation ,. I BY KATHY BROWN : strong demand for top
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by George Muggins >! Hereford bulls in our area,
floors for smaller states. An independent should not be denied the elective Shaw
R. Wainwright, Gene ,
Federal Election Com- service of men and women of ability Titus Olson and I decided to

mission is created to administer the who do not happen to have personal Farm Bureau is constantly What is Extension Home I am a trained home attend the sale.
law and fines of to $25,000 be wealth friends." Monday, September 10, at 8 Economics? Have
up or wealthy Bradford involved in public relations you won economist with a master's
County of
this time
levied against violators. Farm Bureau Board of activities to bring about closer dered about that in the past as degree from Central Michigan The major crop and South
the Georgia
In view of the flagrant abuses of the Directors will meet in the relations with everybody in you read this weekly column? University I am very interested Carolina year in appeared to be

Although the Senate bill is a step in campaign contributions laws, recently agriculture building.This the interest of all agriculture.Let This that question week I want for readers to answer who others help in people themselves.and helping To soybeans. We saw field after

the right direction, it raises the interesting disclosed it that President field of beans that should yield
appears is an important month me just that the are unfamiliar with the Extension that aim, I conduct
question of whether the Theodore Roosevelt was correct whenhe for Farm Bureau, both county avaihabihty of farm say labor is Service, and clarifymy educational programs that 40 to 50 bushels per acre if

ceiling on campaign contributions first advocated that federal elec- and State. This meeting is our biggest problem now. job for those who have provide learning opportunities they those can areas.get I hope some they rain get in a

should not be set even lower than the tions should be federally financed important because we will be Labor is a concern of all industries some familiarity with it. in vital aspects of family and good yield there and
better still why setting a date and making Government community living for all
$3,000 suggestedor because such elections are themselvesa ; throughout the country
annual First of all, extension home
not finance Presidential campaigns plans for our big programs and industry people. because we saw the price of
part of the governing process. economics is a part of the
We has
entirely with government funds, membership meeting. are competing with industry Cooperative Extension Ser- More specifically, this soybean meal rise from $105
moving fast as we can to have created a tough
to the major parties, very vice, established by an act of weekly newspaper column is per ton last year raise to over
dispersed equally laws such
Past and present to keep some encouraging an- situation.FORESTRY. Congress in 1914 to help thepeople one educational effort. Also $400( per ton this year.. Of
so that neither will have the advantageof abuses of the financing process, out of nouncement about our county of the United Statesimprove each Wednesday at 12:36: course,soybean meal is one of

unlimited money, often obtained our elections have not worked in the farm 1973 bureau farm building.bureau Closingout their homes, farms, p.m., I present a radio the major sources of proteinfor
illegally? doubtful that be year .wwwwww and communities. on current livestock and poultry
past, and it is they can September 30 with 625 family program
homemaking topics on Starke feeds. When feed prices are
made to work in the future. members need a
either the farmer makes
Extension is a national out- radio station WPXE. Tune in high
headquarters building. of-school educational next week. less money on his farm

If the limit is placed at $3,000 how For obvious reasons, President is the IN BRADFORD COUNTYBy program for adults and youth operation or the cost of food
Farm Bureau on job
many voters do you know who could Nixon, candidate of the affluent all through the working in cities, small towns and Monthly I prepare and mail becomes high for the consumer -
rise to the occasion by tossing $3,000 has equal year We rural areas throughout the U. a newsletter to interested The ideal situation is
Republican party, opposed on matters for our people. the
S. Our work here in this homemakers in county. for the soybean and gram
into the political pot? Does this not Federal financing for Presidential are in touch with our John county is financed and sup- There are two Homemakers producer and the livestockand

then give the man with $3,000 to spare campaigns. But perhaps the ordeal of legislators and congressmen.welcome and -F. O'Meara ported cooperatively by the U. groups meeting regularly in poultry producer to makea

for such purposes, a definite advantage Watergate will cause him to change his They always Farm Bureau S. Department of Agriculture, the county. 4-H is another profit while the housewife

over the one who has only $5, thinking in this area, just as it is respect suggestions because they wwwww State and County governments group with which I work on pays a minimum price for the
various educational projects. food.
$10, or even $100 for his favorite causing him to change direction in know we have discussed From and the University of family
September through Florida.As .
candidate? It political influence is to be many other phases of Government.The things with our people at home December the Division of I am also available to speakto We did see an outstanding

had in direct proportion to the amountof before we go to them. Forestry will be purchasing an extension home your group or club meeting herd at Arrowhead farms.

money contributed, it means, in time was never more ripe for With of servicesand Eastern Redbud and Red- economist, my efforts are about a homemaking topic.A There were buyers from
our focused five of
on major areas who wanted
cedar seed. The collected several states
effect, that the well-heeled $3,000 this reform to be made in our election related programs like seed will be used for concern: family stability, workshop meeting in breeding animals. Some of

contributor has more actual "voting process, and Congress should strike marketing insurance, tires propagating seedlings in the consumer competence, family clothing construction is being these fine Hereford cattle are
power" than his less-plush neighbor. while the iron is hot. and batteries, safety, young three Division of Forestry health family housing and planned for the near future. now in Bradford County and
farmer programs and Nurseries found in the State community and resource Also, a FOOD FORUM, a some good bulls will be
programs for Farm Bureau development. County Extension discussion meeting involving
These seedlings will then be available to our cattlemen
Women among the list of our sold (at production cost only) home economics consumers farmers, an in a few months.
Belt opportunities to help our to interested landowners. educational programs reflect economist, a food specialist..
. Green Benefits members we need a Farm these concerns, as well as and food retailers will be heldon

.. Bureau building with someoneon Bradford County residents local needs here in our own September 25, at 8 p.m. at Speaking of cattle, our
Chamber of Commerce
duty daily. who might be interested in county. the county agriculture sponsored calf scramble will

Owners of agricultural lands who agricultural practices, such as fer- Farm Bureau is organizedand collecting seed should stop by Among the methods I use to building. be held at the Fair Grounds in
seek lower under tilizing, liming, tilling, mowing, the County Forester Office in Starke on Saturday Sep
assessments active in 65 of our Florida provide families in our county I am here to help YOU in
provisions of Florida's green-belt law, reforesting, and others. Counties. Close to 40 of those Starke :for Seed further collectorscan information with educational programsare any way possible. If you would tember 29. Plans this year

should close attention to the rulesor counties have their county : mass media (newspaper, like to receive the monthly include involving more peoplein
pay Sale of land for a purchase price headquarters building. Our earn $2.50 per pound tor radio and TV), workshop newsletter, join a the scramble. 4-H and FFA
and bushel
they may find themselves paying Board members know that Redcedar $7 per meetings and discussion homemakers group attend a members will have an op-
much higher taxes than expected.For which is three or more times the valueof for Redbud. There are limitsto to help raise the
Baker and Clay are the only groups, news and workshop or discussion group portunity
the agricultural assessment placedon other counties.n this area who the amount of seed that can publications, homemaker receive information or Funds while they go

instance, a tree farmer who owns the land creates a presumption, do not have a building but they be bought so be sure not to groups, cooperative teaching bulletins about a certain throughout the county talking

forty acres of timberland near Baldwin under the law, that the land is not used are working toward that goal 'for overcollect.local residents Delivery will points be efforts with other agenciesand subject call me at 964-6554; about their respective
just like we are. organizations, and 4-H write me at P. O Box 267,
for bona fide agricultural
appeared at a meeting of the Duval primarily Gainesville or Lake City.Calls and related yough activities. Starke (See Page 13))

County Tax Adjustment Board purposes. This presumption may be On Friday, Sept 14, at 2

recently, protesting the increased refuted, however, if the landowner p.m., there will be a have been coming in

assessment from $2,000 to $20,000 provides proof that the land is to be dedication program for our quite regularly concerning
on Stare Farm pme\\ trees red the
new Bureau turning in
his land. There was nothing the board continued in use for purposes, such as headquarters building. tops. Once this occurs there is

could do to help him, however, since horticulture, floriculture, viticulture, Florida Farm Bureau now has no way to save the tree.

the new green-belt law requires that forestry, dairy, livestock, poultry, 58,000 family members. Watt Watchng.i

the agricultural classification must be bees, or pisciculture.The Governon Askew will make Property owners have had
the dedicatory address. trouble in Starke, Lawtey, and
applied for each year, and the tree the Sampson Lake area
farmer had failed to do so. Board of County Commissionersalso I think that during the last during the past few months.

has the power to reclassify lands few weeks more of our people The culprits are the Ips and

Bradford Tax Assessor Gene Long from agricultural to nonagriculturalwhen everywhere have come to Blacjfc Turpentine Beetles. A old idea.
there is contiguous urban or realize the importance of They bore through the bark
says that a form is mailed out to each development, and the agriculture. We have also and feed off the growing tissue new
agricultural landowner before the first metropolitan come to realize the importance (cambium) of the tree. If
of the year, and the application must Commission finds that the continueduse of state and national enough beetles attack the

be filled out and returned to the Tax of such lands for agricultural legislative programs affecting tree it becomes girdled, the "

Assessor between January 1 and purposes will act as a deterrent to the agriculture. Housewives and top turns red, and the tree
1 in order to receive green-belt tax timely and orderly expansion of the probably have realized a few more husbands that food, dies.If et''R C'R1 Be aWatt Watcher

benefits. community. in stores can become you have ever girdled a
supply andwatchwhatyousave.How
critical in just a few days. We tree: with an axe, you get the CY .

In addition to returning the form, the Obviously, the new law is designed to all have been talking picture.same thing.The. beetles do the CURL

tax the protect those who are engaged in agriculture during the last few
assessor require
may taxpayeror
weeks, maybe more than ever
his to theassessor's agricultural practices on their land, in to Save Both
representative provide
before. To decrease the chances of[
office with sufficient information good faith, but to deny such benefits to beetles getting into your Ir| "i" .1.., ..i 1,, .' .lid 1
who buy large tracts of the old "an \.NI: :. nK.v' : "Hi;:.Uli 1 ""..I \1 t' .
to establish that the lands in speculators up Well, when we have only pines saying (.Ml Mill. ...' I. ll "ft.!*."} -
fair about 10 in ounce of prevention is worth a \lt.i.- it i.." i iim.ll '"
used the land and hope to escape paying a legislators ,. ,,. .. .
question were actually during Ml/I .I I u X "tl.n.l -iI.I IIn I .f-
for bona fide agricultural tax by planting a few trees, or placinga Tallahassee who have a direct pound of cure" should be >|is MM:,:'I'h\*':..:::.I I I--I i ':It...: 1 I,4.i l I Y.
year pur taken literally. Beetles rarely '
interest other than
few cattle horses to on the just eating, '., ," : "",'''"
poses. or graze in agriculture we must have attack healthy trtees, so keep "',,, :,. ,," I
property while waiting for a individuals and organizationson your shade trees in good shape \' ._ ':,',1.,.....,", ,.''.:, I
the prospective buyer. the job for agriculture. and you should have no ; : ":,: :..:. ;.:": I
According to new law, only lands '... ...,. ..... I
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which are used primarily for bona fide """ .- I 4
By direct interest I refer to .::';... ","::::
agricultural can receive the most instances when .
lower agricultural purposes assessment. In Those who expect to receive such from those who have cattle some income beetles attack the roots of the PyI :, I'':::: ,i''', :.. : !
order to qualify, it must be shown thatan lower assessments must be preparedto other agricultural interest or some and Some tree have examples been tampered would with.be .'i'....'';'",,11:,.'".;;,,.',';''';;1q'i-,' I I 1' I
of the law wellas ,
effort has been made to sufficiently observe the spirit as have that listed as their oc ... -.11 ""
and for the care land in the letter, if they are to receive such cupation. Only these list their discing digging to with in a a harrow tank.or .:':.'. '=.-.7:: =.: :: 7J: ;;**':*'"* I \
adequately put .
septic ,
occupation as farmers. Manyof .:. ':: ;'" r'" I.-"H., ",Wit* I I
tax benefits. .: On r;: I. i
of these
accordance with accepted commercial you and many of us have a Either operations : I I
win Destroy roots ana wcaictfn! Ee.1 Eloc'nc h.r tNviiwi. I i
big responsibility to do whatwe a tree enough to make it ..._' ---.e.;; I

can to keep our urban vulnerable to these pests. ....G_._....... ___, I
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iv Alfred E. Smith: "Be sincere. interested legislators in- _.w............._......_....._1-....HOC"...... :: .
formed.It Actually it is a rare occasion -
Be simple in words, manners, and ges- I
I Pilot Thoughts I to have a perfectly!
tures. Amuse as well as instruct. If you is natural for them to healthy tree killed by these
1918 1D73
have urban interest in priority insects.
can make a man laugh, you can make place, but they must

him like you and believe you." remember that FOOD sup- Lightning is another hazardto If you read the newspaper watch TV or listen to radio. >ou're

plies must have priority our trwa. The largest and probably aware of FPL's Watt Watcher Program a concerned effort to

rating also.Old tallest trees (otten the shade help our customers save money. While helping save electricity!
trees) are usually the most But watt-watching is nothing new And! this is not the first time.

ORIDq C<) susceptible. Americans have been concerned about conserving energy. The electric

: industry was promoting !economical efficient use of power more than
miliiji 1 trrWl"fjl When lightning strikes half a century ago. We feel that when electricity is used wisely it's one
p4 broadleaf trees it seems they
'X? E are rarely killed, while pines of your biggest bargains.So .
o o'ro almost always succumb. The be a Watt Watcher. You'll save yourself some money While

explanation U probably i n the carrying on a grand old tradition.
,ToN BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER root system. Pines have a I .
uPubli.hed large tap root while hard-
each Thursday 'and entered .s Second Class Matter at the Post Office at Starke. woods ordinarily have a more -
r la. under Act of March 3, 1879. spreading root system. Apparently -
lightning can do little BeaWattWatcher and watch what
Sub.cription rate in trade area: J6 per year 3.50 sis month., you save.
damage to roots that are far
Phone 964-630) Outside trade area: 17 per year: $4.00.ix months. Starke "
Fla. ir.the running expenses) enough away from the tree's

that keep dad out of breath" trunk.


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m County News $ HAMPTON NEWSELECTION By Josephine Fontaine
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A pound of fertile garden ;:
( Page 12)) TUESDAYDon't as many as possible will at- Talley; Music, Mrs. Jo soil may contain as many G\L ; i
tend this important meeting to
Benson; Guidance Counselor, aa 50 million bacteria!
forget the Hampton discuss the pros and cons of Mrs. Margaret Hardy O
organizations and the biggest problem is controlling City Election Tuesday, Sept. this controversial matter. Teacher Aides, Mrs. M.R.; GV Li U
scramble itself. I hope that pecan scab because of 11, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Local Sanders, Roger Rich, Mrs. #
you participate and become a inadequate equipment for a voters will have a choice in Dolores Meng; Cafeteria Join a demonstration for ByMono yw.
part of this activity that has spray program. Most of our electing a Mayor, City Clerk, HAMPTON SCHOOL OPENS Manager, Mrs. Blonnie Derk- clean air and record the *
to be *
proven worthy of the orchards are too small to and three Council members FOR TERM man; Assistants, Mrs. Florrie speeches and noises of the .M chant
efforts of
a lot of .
people.We from field of *
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warrant the investment in Brown, Mrs. Neva Williamson. crowds on your recorder.
highpriced spray outfits that Former Mayor Arthur Hampton ElementarySchool Custodian, Colson
should be having good will do an adequate job. It is Bruno and Buford Parker are reports an interestingand Rigdon. The students at Bradford class. It's a hassle for the
participation today in the 7th my understanding that there competing for the Mayor's successful first week of Mr. Casey teaches science in-law and sister, Mr. and High School are now back into one's in there now to compete
Annual Pecan Field Day being will be some equipment on office, vacant since Don Hill classes. Pupils are asked to and social studies to all Mrs. Bill Martin, of New action with new changes,suchas with Mark Branson, Donnie
held at the University of display at the Danielsen or- moved to Palatka and arrive at school between 8:15: classes and is available Philadelphia, Ohio. Also getting to school at 8:55: Thomas Tim Crews and
Florida and the Danielson chard that will be economical resigned several months ago. and 8:30: a.m. Kindergarten is wherever needed in the school joining this group for a week's a.m., having six classes, no Donnie Neel.
farm near Melrose. This is the enough for many of our pecan Fred Phillips is the only dismissed at 1 p.m.; all other visit were the Limbackers study hall, new teachers and
first pecan field day to be heldin growers.. candidate for Marshal, due to classes leave at 2:15.: from Ohio. The Mai-tins' new freshmen.I .
our area. If participation is the death of his opponent, Cafeteria lunches are servedat FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS children, Bill and Vicki, were know that all of the former
good, we can look for more former Marshall Ralph M. a cost of 40 cents each for also in the party. The visitors BUS students would like to The Varsity and Junior
field days close enough for our when September is the month Vaughan, Monday morning, students, 75 cents for adults. Misses Cindy and Dianne toured Busch Gardens and welcome the new freshmen as Cheerleaders have been
people to attend. our many agricultural Sept. 3. Incumbent Hershel Milk is available in half pint Rhoden enjoyed visiting Mr. Disney World, and Mrs. well as the new teachers. I selling "Friends of theTeam"
Pecans are an importantcrop begin organizations their new and groups I hope Parker is not seeking re cartons for 10 cents. Parentsare and Mrs. Marion Gatlin and Simpson (Dolly) returned to noticed that the first week of for the football
year. school has been a lot of con-
election. requested to pay for Ohio with the Martins for a mis ween. Be sure to
for many of our folks. A that will make daughter in Starke last week. program
good crop can provide a year- effort you to attend when every a Incumbent Clerk Bonnie lunches and extra milk on a Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rhodenare ten-day visit with her mother fusion for the freshmen I buy one for $1 and get your
Trisler is bidding for reelection basis rather than and other relatives. because Monday morning in the
end bonus to many farms. Our meeting is called in daily weeklyor the proud parents of a son, name program.
your area. ODDosed by Mrs. monthly in order to sim- Henry G., II born August 21. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Peeples saw a lot of them lost. Former The Varsity football team
1. Shirley Forsyth.Council plify bookkeeping.The He joins two sisters, Paunchie announce the birth of a son, students have been the guideto has its first football game
11 members A.C. principal, Tom Casey, and Pammie. Fred William, Jr., in Alachua success in finding the right September 14 against Ocala
Dennison, Hank Lott, Jr., and is assisted by the following Birthday greetings to Kelly General Hospital. places to go for class, haven'tthey and Junior Varsity's is Sept.
.f ., -' Pat Glover are all seeking reelection personnel: Kindergarten, (Bill) Rhoden on his 12th Former city marshal RalphM. freshmen? 20 against Eastside.Be sure to
.y : HOW DO YOU GET RID OF BUGS? and others in this Mrs. David Canova- birthday, Aug. 29; and Tracey Vaughan died Monday come and support the Tor-
-, race to fill the three upcoming Enrollment 22; First Grade, Bruno on Sept. 4. morning, Sept. 3, in the NorthRegional nadoes because they are
-.) ; council vacancies are Frances Mrs. Connie Clark21 Vacationing recently for Hospital ATTENTION ALL GIRLS: practicing hard to be the
4 i "' \ r EASY! Call the experts at Florida Wadsworth, Grace Adkins enrolled; Second Grade, Mrs. two weeks with the George Gainesville. Funeral serviceswere If you are interested in Drama champs this year!
Pest Control. Their Graduate Entomologists Beal, Ernest Greene, and Cissy Santangini-; Third Simpsons of Hampton Lake still incomplete at the please see Mrs. Fuller
'..J' Charles Williamson. Grade, Mrs. Ernestine Mrs. brother- time this was written. because she needs girls
developed a quick, safe, were Simpson s
Denmark-; Fourth, Mrs. desperately in her fifth period

day Monthly, yet protects Preventative your Treatment family, home that, costs just pennies a PUBLIC HEARING ON Katherine Wigglesworth- .......- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .-. .-.- ............ ........ ... ..... .. -.aaaaaaa- -- -- .. .... .....---- ----..
furnishings, even your PROTEIN PLANT enrolled; Fifth, Mrs. Carol aWe
clothes. Call the experts at Florida Pest Control today! We Shields28; Sixth, Mrs.
are listed in the Yellow Pages! rjr r LOt.1tA. There will be a public Earselene Zimmerman- are proud to announce that we have been :
r hearing Thursday, Sept. 20, at enrolled. Physical Education
Free inspections and estimates 'p? EST 10:30: a.m.' at the Bradford instructor is Ric Rick Ezzell. appointed a HUDSON FRANCHISE PHARMACY :
County courthouse regardingthe Secretary,Mrs. Lucy Hodges; .
964-5745 539 E. Call St.c V ? ONT1Ot.Starke Issuance of''a permanent Librarian, Mrs. Maureen
*.' CMMICU, C. permit for the Protein Plant Paul; Special Reading, Mrs. Hurry down for
near Hampton. We hope that Arleen Rich; Art, Mrs. Phyllis on a


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Dcadline for Insertion Tuesday Christian teachers for grades AM & FM RADIOS with stereo romps A."on' MARTIN CAMPERS

Noon preceding Thursday 1, 2, and 3. Call 4681666. players. Console models, Riley CARL DEGGS NEW AND Mobil U.S. 90 West, Lake CityPhono
149.95 USED Homwa
before public adoll. Hampton, Fla. tfchg closing out at Dahmer's 752-3723
Discount House. 9tchg Co.Driveways Gulf Service SINGLES & DOUBLE WIDES
Minimum Charge 2.00 Paving
11.11 SALES For Best Selection 01!
Covers Words ------------
( 15 ) PARTS Enpenao Rooms & Add

.Each word over 35, 10 WANTED Assistant Manager On Roams TRAVEL TRAILERSFr.
------------ SERVICE
AU Classified Ads must be Tenneco Service Station. USED .. Delivery and I tot Up MINI-HOMES'

paid for in advance unless Phone 9649956. Itp LATE 8-TRACK Tapes, fully Parking Lots Deep and Shallow Wells 100 MILE RADIUS TRUCK CAMPERS

you have established account guaranteed. Dozens to BANK FINANCING AND TOPPERS
------------ choose from. Now only $2.98at
with the Telegraph in Dahmer's Discount House Doy 473-2127 PARTS Plumbing SuppliesEXPERT HWY 17 NORTH Full Line Of Parts And
that event JO* extra chargefor 9tchg 11-11 GREEN COVE 5/73
billing. Not responsible Mustang part Mobile time salesman: Nights 473-2102 For SERVICE T.l. 284-5001 264-73H Service TP'HELP
for errors when given over Homes ------------ Most Makes (Of Cars ON ALL MAKES
Retail sales
the phone.or when copy is necessary. Apply experience in person TREAT rugs right, they'll bea P.O. Drawer F 24 Hr. Wrecker Service PHONE 9647061DURRANCE loooi ooaossoooi BOOOOOOOOOOOO 900 0000000.,
not typed and brought to 1650 N. Temple Ave. Starke. delight If cleaned with Blue
the office Lustre. Rent electric sham- Hwy. 301 N. Waldo WANTEDNo

pooer $1. Devrlck Inc., 301 Keystone Hgts., Phon. 468-1998 PUMP & SUPPLY CO.
E. Call St., 964-6163.
Flu. Experience Necessary, Steady Work
--------- Moved Blocks
--- 5 North


Many brands of new vacuums S STARKE BUILDERSA
OPENING Experienced r SAVE1
FOR SALE General Electric TV $39.00 up. Used machines NATIONAL PROTEIN INC.
teacher opening now for sale at DAHMER'S from $10. Expert Repairs all FRED DAVIS Complete Building Service
progressive nursery. Pre
school instruction DISCOUNT, black and whiteor makes. Parts and Accessoriesfor Phone vt-5270< 219 K.: Washington St.
given daily. color. 8tchg 9-13 all vacuums. Built in BUICK PONTIAC Stark. Fla Road 21 Hampton, Fla.
Ages 2 thru 6. Hours 9 thru
central vacuum cleaning CMC TRUCKS MONDAY THRU FRIDAY

12. Call 964-8404 to register ------------ systems. 712 N. Main, CONGOLEUMSHINYL"The VIN'l 8:00
children. Limited enrollment.1tp Gainesville 3767110. A LITTLE RIDE CAN ( A.M. TO 5:00: P.M.

FOR SALE 73 Kawasaki 350- SAVE YOU A L0ry No Wax Floor" $4.59 An Equal Opportunity Employer

------------ ------------ Tomoletrlv Installer! ., Sq. Yd.
52, excellent condition, 2 GREEN COVE SPRINGS*; Compare At J6.50
ooo o o a_BJ_ JI .PJUUU"L"" D 8 AA L&LQ Boa JLAA A E
LOSE WEIGHT safely and fast months old, still under
WE NOW HAVE diamond
with X-II Diet Plan, 300. warranty. Sissy bar included. BEAUTIFULLY SCULPTUREDHI
needles for make model INSURANCEAT
REDUCE Excess Fluids with Asking $800. Call 964-6775 any or
X-Pel, 300. Money Back between 5 & 7 p.m 2tp stereo player. Dahmer's REDUCED RATES LOW NYLON HIPP <. 3l TRACTOR CO.
Discount House. tfchg Many Color To Choose From
Guarantee at Koch Drug. 18tp AUTO, FIRE, BOAT $6.97 T.I.phon.372.3464
Exceed F.H.A. Specification
11-8 ------------
DOYLE E. CONNER Completely In'tall.d Ov.r Rubb.r Padding P" Sq. Yd. FARM MACHINESNew

Bull Calves you pick one tchq SHAG & Used

WINTERS SCHOOL OF DANCEwill now, will be weaned Oct. 1. HOUSES FOR SALEFOR 100". Con.lnuou.. Fit. Nylon Th. Carpet With Th. Now LoW

resume classes Sept. 3. J.B. White. Phone 964-6114. Many Color To Chaos From 4 Mi. North on U.S. 441
Registration begins Aug. 30. tfchg 0. C. Cerm 'Nvrstry Completely Initlld Over Rubber Padding Per Sq. Yd. $7 95

Phone 964-7098 after 4 p.m. Thousands el Plant GAINESVILLE FLA.
or see at 396 N. Cherry Street. ------------ SALE year old brick Fruit Tree, Shade Trees --- ......------ -

Dorothy Salazar instructor. home, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, Evergreen., Camellia, "Wh.r. Service (Is The Better Id.a"HHPWTUI
Acro, tap, ballet & modern FOR SALE 14 ft., 25 HP den, kitchen equipped, living Axaleai, Rosa A&H ROOFING
dance. 2tp 9-6 electric motor with elec. room, dining room, 2 car Matt In Can Plant AnytimeLANDSCAPING

starter; and tilt trailer with garage, carpet & custom
-------- drapes central air & heat, 259 N. St. G-1
---- steering wheel windshield, 23: MI. S.E. Of Starke, Bay
spare wheel & tire. $300. fenced yard. $36,000. Call Hwy. 100 I
STEAM CLEANING Engines of Phone 9646670. Itp 964-8058, Mrs. Parker 2tp 9-6 Florahome 659-2165 Starke 964-668O Inc. t

all types, automotive, farm
Phone 782-3578 Or 7823896P.O. t
machinery. Boyd Service, Ph ------------ Call Billy AlvarezSPECIALIZING.

9648359. tfchg INTERESTED IN BUYING Box 605 Laptev, Fla. I
FOR SALE New 3 bedroom
------------ FOR SALE -1 1 set of bunk beds. OR SELLING?
brick veneer, 2 baths,
Call 964-8345. 1t room, kitchen and dining
mobile home hurricane Also area. Good location I II I Asphalt ShinglingAdd SIMULATED BRICK I
an- ------------ Financing available. Call
choring and mobile home roof
Buford Mitchell I
coating. Olin's MOBILE Home FOR SALE Purple tip crowder tfchg Ons & RepairsAll "Wo Make House Calls t
Service. 964-5606, Rt. 100 W. peas, $2.50 hamper. You pick REAL ESTATE '
Starke, Fla. tfchg them. 964-5128. Morris Carter Oarle Work Guaranteed .. t
Zlpp.r.rWayne --------- ----------
For 1 .
Douglas year.Nothing
---- ------ -
------------ AaaaciatesPHONE ---
---- AND

WANTED Used furniture, FOR SALE 15' fiberglass boat, 964-7826 Special One Week Only On
refrigerators, washers Dahmer's 65 h.p. Evinrude motor and 4)) j 421 W. MADISON ST.
Discount House, Down
galvanized trailer. Ph. 964-

3 Rooms of Beautiful New Con-
Hew & Used $4.99 Now $3.99
--------- --- .
temporary Furniture 1-2 Paid For
fOR RENT Sole Service
t 1 $3.99 Now $2.99
FOR SALE Two large chicken Out of Lay-Away. Living Room HWY 100 East Store Houri

houses with automatic 1 Mi. North of the Mall FIAT Suite, Dining Suite, Bedroom Suite Of Starkf erred And Chrt n. D.et 7 Days A Week

feeders & waters. Ph. 964- GAINESVILLE Mattress & Springs. Price was $600.
5354. Itp Sales Parts Service
FOR RENT 3 bedroom un- N.w and Used Your Price as Low as $359. You
furnished house. $100 per mo. ------------ May Buy 1 'Room or a Whole Room.

Ph. 964-8404. 1tp Unite Farm USED IMPORT CARS NO DOWN PAYMENT Required.Low 100 W. PH. 964-5606 .?
FOR SAlE- 1973 Honda
450 K-5
------------ model, $200 & take over Agency, Inc Monthly Payments! Special Double Wide {
payments. Ph. 9648109. 1t Seg. Real Estate Broker IMPOITS, INC.
FOR RENT Large home. Starke FURNITURE CITY USA Summer Clearance Sale
509 E.
Paul & Irene Faulkner University
964-8359. 2tp ------------ & S. E 1st 373.1456 to
Associates Gainesville. 372-4373 TF Cor. E Univ. Everything priced sell

Gainesville, Ra. mobile Home New & Used Furniture
------------ GARAGE SALE Sept. 8, 1226 206 S. Water Str..tStork.
Bradford Street (Saratoga LOCATED IN THE OLD BAIRD HARDWARE BLDG. Hill I (Hark Mon' Cwt.; Noon Dark On Sundaes; 4/73
FOR RENT 3 bedroom unfurnished Heights). Office machines, ., Fla. 964-5065 A.A. MEETING

house. Ph. 964- tires, tools, furniture, small WANT TO SELL OR - -

8404. 1tp appliances, clothing & other RUY REAL ESTATE? FRIDAY NIGHT COLORADO

misc. household Items. Call lit For Best Prices LONG CHAMPHome
'" '
Phone .' FREE
8:30 P.M. 964-6061 V *
------------ Something for Itp :
everyone. Prospects Waiting .
40 Acres, $7.975 ? ,.:
t c h g 309 N. CHERRY ST. and Building ESTIMATES
------------ .
FOR RENT 12' wide mobile Materials $85 DOWN. $95 MONTHLYEND .!..J..... -
homes outside city limits. J.B.

answer call 9646152. tfchg 1-2 mile south of town on THIS BEAUTIFUL HIGH WELLS ELECTRIC SERVICE
west side of 301. From $2,695.Ph. HOUSE CLEANINGInside Your Business "Your Plan Or Our

964-6191. 2tp. 9-13 Si Out Your Lot Or Our*." MOUNTAIN VALLEY (Eitobli.h.d 1949)
Want To Stop, That's Our RANCH
------------ STEED FINANCE
FOR RENT Two bedroom Mildew Paint Stripping Business 24 years of Fast Service Fair Pricesand
Remodeling Repair
Floor Service 911 WEST 10TH
duplex apartment, furnished FOR SALE Upright vacuum Carpet &
& air conditioned on Kingsley (Hoover). Box springs CALL EDDY Addition AMARILLO. TEX 79101 Quality Workmanship make us prove It !
lake. Call Merritt Williams Jamison bed, also chest of SEWINGMACHINE Home Bought. Sold 806-376-8690 !'TP

964-5391 or 9647788. tfchg drawers Mrs. chairs.(oak). Set Ph.of 964-6319 Mr. and PHONE 964-8359 Traded e...............,............................I...........................................
Before 8 A.M. after 4 P.M.
------------ after 4pm. Itchg
Compl.t. Janitorial 9C4M53Hwy. ApplicationsAre

Service: Sales and Service 301 S. Stork.
RENT LEASE Mobile Home ------------ TI

City water & sewer, $30 GE COLOR TV, now from New Horn
monthly $300 yearly. N. $179.95, with trade. Brand
' Temple.ADULT PARK. 5tchg new, at Dahmer's Discount EQUIP OF WHITE JIMMY MOORE'S AnEXPERIENCED

9-27 House. 9tchg 11-11 ,
$49.50 up See Sptrts
------------ ALL KINDS.R. .

LOTS Zoned tor mobile homes Parts & Repair MORE BOAT FOR
and houses Several sub- Q. Simmons MONEY
t HELP WANTED J divisions to choose from. Only all other make machin.sNATIONAL YOUR

$95 down. Monthly paymentsto Equip Co. Starke Ph. 9645791c.pl. )

suit your budget. Ph. 468- MECHANICOnly
1551 or 9648331. tfchg 317 E Brownl. St. : ... Outboard & Stem i SEWING
Drive Service and Repair.
HELP WANTED: Tree CompanyIn
Melrose needs one climber ------------ Starke, Fla. 611 W. Univ. Ay. Complete Fiberglass Repair

and two ground men. Full Custom built Fiberglass steady full-time workers seeking i
time only. Driver license LINOLEUM FLOOR Covering 6 x Phone 964-6819 Gainesville, Fla. Fishing Boots.

required. Call 475-2233. chg 9$3.199x12$5.98; ; 12x
8-23 9.13 12, 11.30; 12 x 15 only tfehfl 378-1355 Permanent Employment
$14.95. Many patterns and
colors. Dahmer's Discount. tfA.J.
------------ Apply in Person
Your ACE EnterPriseElectric \

Franchise you should earn 964-6162 Real Estate & Plumbing < :

our about records$10,000 to first sell year.members Use Sackett AssociatesFred 468-1753 BrokerBUY Paid Vacation Paid Holidays Salary Open .

when they are ready to buy, Lillian Pearson 782-3806 Repairs & Service Old & Neic Work :
we offer training, profit- -.SELL TRADEAPPRAISALS .
sharing, group insurance. $4.000 handy man special Poles Installed .
Trailer Poster .
Must be High School $9,000 2 BR, 1 bath frame .
Graduate. Promotional opportunities $15,600 3 BR, 1 bath block Call Bill Powell : ..
to executive $17,500 3 BR, corner lot 24 lir. Service 431.1000 '

position. Write In confidence $18,750 large frame-terms 964-6464 : VOGUE MANUFACTURING CDs INC.
$38,000 4BR, 1 acre 964-8220
to: Director: Farm Credit 431.1200 .
Services, Inc. P.O. Box 432, Farms from 3 to 75 acres 24 Hrs. A Day .
Land from 19 to 50 acres HIGHWAY 100 STARKESeptember

Mayo, Fla. 32060 3tp .........................................................................................

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Page 16 TELEGRAPH September 6, 1973

BAPTIST CHURCH ---- ---------__ BROOKER _____________
-Joe KerriganThe NEWS ABOUT
the Senate and the House to
following Petition was Sunday School 9:43: Mor- By LINDA G. CO* h", t.III"' ,u, _..... _..._, .aft... _
the members GET TOGETHER "''u. .v. .uuu
signed by
Bradford County : : August 12, there joyed a trip to Miami, Ft. every two weeks; Mr. Earl ;;possible;
Citizens Club and get together at Lauderdade and Vero Beach. Howell, speech therapist ((1-2
this vicinity. Copies of : ( ( of Mr and Mrs. In Miami they visited with Mr. day per week) ; Mrs. Peggy PTA NEWS
Resolution will be sent Cox Bradlee and and Mrs. Ron Barnette and Stanwix-Hay and Mrs. Alicia The PTA executive board
Florida Representatives i i Others attending Mr. and Mrs. Alan Barnetteand Sleffa exceptional student met on Augusts to make plans
Senators in the U. S. 1 ; and Mrs Ernest daughter, Nicole. Nicole teachers (as needed); Mrs. for the year. The first PTA
I : ; Patsy Edwards and celebrated her first birthday Ella Foster, cafeteria ((4 hoursa meeting is scheduled for Sept.
PETITION TO \ Lavern Outlaw, Jr.; while we were there, August day). 11 at 7:30: p.m. A tenative date
STATES /. Green; Shirley and 21. Cherie and Bradlee accompanied We welcome each one of for the Halloween carnivalwas
i I ; Mr and Mrs Joe Mr. and Mrs. Alan you.The set for October 27.
Whereas: ", and Jane from Barnette to the Dolphin-Bear school day for students PRAYER LIST FOR THE
We, the Senior i Mrs Ronald football game August 18. At will be from 8:30: a.m. to 2:15: SICK
North Florida, are : :.. Mrs. Alan Barnette Ft. Lauderdale we visited Mr. p.m. The kindergarten day Jackie Johns. Morris Dyal,
the failure of the : Irom Miami; !Mr. and Mrs. Bob ]Hinton and ends at 1:15: p.m. Prices of Myrtle Fletcher, L. C. Kelley.
the United States to \ Hob Hinton( and Valerie, and at Vero Beach we lunches are 40 cents; extra Our prayers and sympathyare
the vetoes and 1::: :: ;:j:::: : ::::::;::;;:j:;:::;:!: : :;:: ol )Kt Lauderdale; visited Mr. and Mrs. Tom milk 10 cents. extended to the following
of funds by President Mrs' MeH Vickery of Stecle, returning home August The school day for students families on their recent loss
and H.E.W. t (; Mrs. Tom 23. will be from 8:30: a.m. to 2:15: N. G. Hayes family who
Weinberger during the Thomas and Gina of p.m. The kindergarten day recently loss N. G. Hayes Sr.
half of the 93rd Congress; Beach. All these CONGRATULATIONS TO ends at 1:15: p.m. Prices of Margie Lewis who recently
the wedding of THE NEWLY-WEDS: lunches are 40 cents extra lost her mother, Mrs. Eva A.
And Whereas: ::::::::: :::::::::;:::: ::::::;:;:;:;:;:::;: : ::; :;;; ::;:::::: to Walter Mr. and Mrs. Walter milk ten cents. Crowl, and the Thomas Rimes
These Bills, Labor on August 11. !Mrs. Prevatt August 11; Mr. and Student insurance information family who recently lost
H.E.W. Mrs. Lenox Kelley August 25. Thomas Rimes
Appropriations joined the group( and parents hand-
8877 which pertains to I .
prehensive Cox, Bradlee BROOKER ELEMENTARY
Amendments to the 1 along with Mrs. SCHOOL
Americans Act and the i and Cherie en- Most vacations ended when
for Community Services school started Monday,
Employment Programs; August 27.Brooker. && Iimorgasbord
U.K. 8825 Post Elementary got
the Departments of under way with 137 students,
N.A.S.A. and the starting at a new time 8:30:
Administration.And Tiies. a.m. with a new principal, Mr.
? Phil Vellenga, and several
Whereas: new teachers. All-in-all,
Both Houses have : ( ; Legion Post 56 opening day at Brooker HALL YOU CARE TO EAT"
(: its regularly
Bills for these Elementary proved to be an
seems a certainty that ,, meeting Tuesday, exciting but smooth-running
President will veto and all members are day. Full-time personnel are: BANQUET FACILITIES
Legislation ; 1 1 attend Mr. Phil Vellenga,
Congress reconvenes / : / activities for the !Mrs. Debbie Potsko principal, kin-; ** * * *

even though that would ; will be formulated dergarten teacher; Mrs.Dorothy .
detrimental to the : ; ; < ( a finance report Jackson, first and
Veterans, Poor and : ; post finance officer second grade teacher Mrs.
; ,
; : i T. F. Howell) Minnie Lou hours
Patray, second
And Whereas: ; ) ; ( ('{' assignments: and third grade teacher; Mrs. 11AM-2:30PM & 4:30PM-8:30PM Mon Sat
; include
The Emergency ; : to : Vicki Powell, third and fourth
: ; '' Committee( Youth 11:30AM 8:30PM: on SUNDAY
Services Act S.504, H.R. grade teacher; Mrs. Terry
to provide $185,000,000 : ; : i I ;; \ Americanism Ivey, fourth and fifth grade
improve Emergency : ; ; i i '. Boys State tcae'herIrs.; Susan Scott, FEATURING EVERY WEEK-EN]
( and
; : i ( Program 1
and also secure funds for fifth and sixth grade teacher;
( ''' <'
Medical Research.The Mrs. Debbie Brooks, reading
U.S. Senate I t voted at its last teacher; Mrs. Dot Reid, Friday-Alaskan King Crab Claws
(:; purchase band
August 2 to override this ( one teacher's aide !Mrs. Shirley
by voting 7616. We trust ) : ; I / 1 1 the Bradford High Comerford, teacher's aide, Saturday Steak
the House will sustain : ; in the Band Mrs Grace Henry, cafeteria
'\ ; current drive to
Senate vote soon i too uniforms costing manager; Mrs. Georgia Sunday-Turkey & Dressing
Congress meets. The :) Howard, cafeteria, Mr. Earl
veterans, poor, and Jones, custodian; Mrs,
dicapped need this : ; Joanne Fussell, secretary; .
and it should get high : part-time personnel are: ire lplIIIIILIlIIIIhuIIIorSPeC'

; \ t ( Haslett both of Lucille Payne, assistant 1 I
Therefore be it Resolved: < ( III. ; nine grand-( principal one day per week; 11 Sweden sAe
That we Senior ; and three great- Mrs Maureen Paul, ';
Clubs in North Florida, ( ) : ; 1 librarian( time) ; Mr. Rick ii wpnce oi
filiated with : ; services were held Ezzell; physical education House pe
N.C.S.C. and the ; i I Wednesday at the teacher ((1-2 timeIrs.) ; \ IL ,A. /
Senior Citizens of all : Chapel Josephine Benson, music nll e
in .... ..
Inc urge strong united ; I with Rev .James teacher tone day per week) ..1111.
: ; Burial was Miss Margaret Hardy, 2400 S.W. 13th St. at llvtis Garden
( i '! <;1 Memorial: Park, guidance counselor (one day
1 *). per week )I. Mrs. Phyllis Gainesville, Fla. 376-8257
:. alley, art teacher (one day

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PRIORITY I Law and Order. ..
CATEGORIES( ( ) :.I:, i: ; I : I ) :
Especially The Youth .
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and Ihay are open far JESSE
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Revenue ShorIng Funds : ; ; as Chief of PoliceI

Thru June 30. 1973. .

: Total Funds Awdabl.. :

: Amounthp.nd.d. II ',: Your Vote and Active Support Will Be Deeply Appreciated.Pd. .

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