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 13, 1973
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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No. 7 Thursday, September 13, 1973 Copy

Hearing Set Edwards Wins Eighth Term ;

OnRendering Chambers,, Bowen In RunOffPlant

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National Protein, Inc. a permanent license to ., ...;'1 ,. '. Drive
operate its rendering plant near Hampton is set at ,', .L. .. "
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10:30 a.m. next Thursday, Sept. 20, in the Bradford f. r

County courthouse. ,, '
a DefeatedProving
Announcement of the would keep close tabs on the ..

hearing to be conducted by plant.An.
the State Air & Water engineer for the he is still a
Pollution Control Board, was Pollution Control Board said
strong vote-getter,
made September 10 by County recently the rendering plant
Sanitarian Jack Trawick at had improved its treatment veteran City Clerk
1 the county commission system but "still has more to Merrill Edwards won an

, meeting. do." eighth two-term

Target of numerous com into The plant pumps treatment its waste Tuesday, turning back by

plaints from residents of the lagoon-type where bacteria better than 2-to-1
ponds are
Hampton area concerning
to the margins opponent
supposed consume
offensive odors caused by
material. Area residents have and
cooking waste from chicken Charles Hardy a
to produce a continually complained that a referendum that would
processors high
protein by-product for use in odors persist r .f ;) have abolished his office.A .
pet foods the plant has been
operating under a series of tight rice developed as
Grand JuryReturns had been .jredirterl, '0 the
temporary permits by
the AWPC. police chef's race with
Residents have repeatedly ? i1JL- "wmr o," i acting Chi;-? Bill Chambers:
appeared before the county 2Indictments { netting 466 votes for a slim 21

commission to complain about L. t + vote margin over challenger
ar Bowen whose
the offensive odors. The Jimmy 445 votes
county board stating it is got him into the second

powerless to do more t :;j., ..... L!% primary with Chambers by a
? ; mere 17 votes.
referred the complaints to the ..'_ 4! I.
AWPC in Jacksonville. The A first degree murder indictment The drive for a city
against state prison '' management form of
commission also sought and
inmate Willie Rainge was government was defeated 995
received a promise from -
AWPC that the county wouldbe returned by a Bradford to 477. Had it passed, the move
consulted prior to a per- County Grand jury Thursday : LYt.I would have done away with
manent operating permit afternoon in Circuit Court : I the elective clerk's positionand

I being'issued. AWPC stated it action. replaced him with a city
According to evidence manager employed by the city
I presented by Asst. State ':: council. Clerk Edwards opposed -
Mental Health/ Attorney Ken Hebert Rainge u' r rrs that move and cam-
stabbed fellow: inmate Marcus t'n- ,at paigned against it as much as
Unit Protests Rollie to death at the Florida he did against opponent
State Prison late last June. --- "" '" Charles Hardy.

Aaron Anderson was also .. -- __ ,'1' ;.,.;'. __' "He's a hard worker, he
Due ReviewA indicted by the grand jury for ,"" .
,.. knows and he
the fatal shooting last Juno 14 ., .. .!If; \<(' city politics rana
smart campaign was anopponent's
meeting of the Special .
of Aretha Humphreys at a ; of
Review Committee of the juke joint on North Oak Street .' .. '\' description
veteran clerk's work in the
Mental Health Board
Dist. 5 in Starke. The business is
has been called for 7pm. ,, .. election.
owned and operated by John Edwards defeated
wr Hardy
Friday Sept. 14, at the Perkins and since the
1,048 to 483 gaining approvalfrom
Alachua County courthouse.
shooting, has been closed.
Room 401. Other first degree murder Smiling officials (I-r) are City Councilman Orle Wiggins. Marc Jackson Standard Oil Division Sales !Manager T. II. city voters to serve his
committee McMillan from Jacksonville, and Mayor Jimmy !McKae 15th and 16th years as city
was recently charges have been filed waving: Councilman Vernon Silcox City Clerk Merrill
appointed to review the reportof against eight Florida Prison Edwards. Councilman Charles Schaefer Chamber holding deed to property Standard Oil is giving the Chamber clerk. He was first elected in
when he defeated
the Bradford-Union County inmates who allegedly killed Executive Vice-President John Myers Chamber President via the city. 1959
councilman T. C. (Cliff)
Committee which
Advisory another James E.
Hazen to 428. other
1,152 Only
was critical of certain policiesof at the last
Brown, prison
the District Board. In a August 5 during a widespread Chamber Plans New Office Building time position Edwards was in 1963 has when had op-he
lengthy report, the Bradford-
Union group declared there melee institution.The in .the M wing of the : defeated Mrs. Carolyn

should be more local control of '-" Redgrave 1,006 to 526.
eight defendants are:
the centers in Starke and Lake Charles Andrew Buchanan City of Starke and Chamberof of the lot as a site for a new C board of governor's meetinglast prohibits that. One site, the operated by Bill Edwards Former Chief Bill Rosser,
Butler. James M. Fields Harold Commerce officials were of C office building. Thursday with the con Phillips 66 bulk plant on 301 was priced at $24,000. making a comeback try
he still has
The Friday meeting is opento Cleveland Gray Joseph all smiles Aug. 28 when they census of opinion given south owned by Jerome Johns But the $10,000 building proved base of with a his strong
all Citizen's Advisory Graier, Richard His, Roy Lee stood on the corner of Madison The Chamber is planning to Executive John Myers was to was said to have been pricedat planned for the free lot votes. Rosser support his in
Groups and the general James 1\1. Vanhook and and Walnut Streets as it was erect a 1,200 square foot proceed.The $56,000. Another site, the donated by Standard Oil of Jacksonville and quit job hometo

public. Charles Henry.. donated by Standard Oil of building costing around governors said some now closed Phillips 66 service Kentucky was clearly, the Starke to make came the race.
Arraignments for these Kentucky to the city which $10,000 on the 70-foot square. people think the Chamber station at the corner of US-301 governors agreed, the only Jesse Branson, former chiefin
cases are expected to come will in turn, see that the Plans and financing were offices should be on US-301, and Washington at Bradford practical plan for the Waldo and and
wl1r Iowa Erier(! during October or November. chamber will become owners discussed at the Chamber's but the cost of 301 property High School formerly Chamber to pursue. The new making his initial Macclenny effort in

office building will be Starke politics, had 188 votes.
financed partly with funds the
Chamber has on hand partly The annual City of Starke
1 BigTuMarsh irnout In Hampton Elects New with a loan the Chamber election saw some 1,550
65 cent of the
rn voters
,VIt hopes to secure irom the per 2,380
Bradford County Development registered in the city turn out
Authority. to vote. It was a quiet election,
with less than usual
"It's the first time the
aL Mayor Clerk Councilman chamber has been able to Tuesday.The politicking. around the polls

can hold
swing anything we election is kept alive
title to, said Board MemberPat
only the run-off in the chief's
Everett. He also stated
FootBall Fred Phillips, newcomer to were not written in correctly Shirley (Mrs. Leaston) by the 144-vote! total cast in the merchant and former one- that a substantial building at race set for Tuesday,Sept. 25.
SEASON TICKETSNOW Hampton politics was elected according to election officials. Forsyth who received 84 clerk's race whopping 90 term mayor, serving in 1971- Madison and Walnut would "It went pretty much like
city marshal Tuesday in a Bonnie Trisler, who has votes to the incumbent's 60. per cent of the total 160 72 staged a comeback with not be a waste if the chamber everybody expected" Clerk
race thrown into a write-in filled the office of city clerk The high degree of interestin qualified voters in Hampton. better than two to one votes later finds it desirable to Edwards said Wednesday
contest by the death last weekof for one term was defeated by the election was indicated Arthur Bruno Hampton over his opponent, Buford make the move to 301 fron morning..
ON SALE AT Ralph Vaughan, who was Parker.The count was: Bruno tage. "It was a rugged rough
competing with Phillips for 99, Parker 44. road. I'm glad it is over," said

9646O92Teenage BHS the part-time position. Calf Scramble Set For Sept. 29 three In the places seven-man on the race council to fill Ceramics ProgramBack the slept veteran better clerk Tuesday who addedhe night

Phillips polled 68 votes ., ... two incumbents were re- In when he finally got to bed
while R. H. (Hershel) Parker elected and defeated. I: than he had in months.
one A.
incumbent marshal received The Seventh Annual Calf General Planning Committeeare Ceremonies for the 1973 C Dennison was high man Recreation Depart A turn-out of 1,850 was
write-in votes for the office Scramble and Horse Show : Marc Jackson, George Scramble.
Dance 50 with 86 votes while another ment's Ceramic Program is predicted by Edwards last
though not a candidate for re sponsored by the Starke. Pierce Arthur Gaskins, Tommy Reames, presidentof incumbent. Hank Lott, polled back into full swing after a week. He attributes smaller
AFTER THE GAME election. Ten votes for Parker Bradford County Chamber of Warren Carver, Bobby the Bradford Roping Club, 66. Mrs. Frances Wads worth, month's summer vacation. turn-out to a low black vote.
FRIDAY. SEPT. 14 were thrown out because they Commerce is set Saturday I Taylor John O'Meara Paul promises spirited competitionin wi.o: has previously served on Sessions are held each The clerk predicts that more
9PM.MIDNIGHT September 29, at the BradfordCounty Hutchins, Harvey Smith, Greg the Horse Show events the council was returned to Monday and Tuesday nights, blacks will vote in the second

Fairgrounds, according Alvarez, Tommy Reames, which will start immediately the office with a vote of 72. 7:00: 10:00: p.m., and Wed- primary when they can actually -
Tools Stolen to George Huggins Paul Emery and Bobby following the Calf Scramble.The Incumbent Pat Glover lost his nesday morning, 9.00; a.m. pick a police chief.
chairman of this Allen. David Smith chairmanof
NEW ARMORY year's event. order of events will be the bid for re-election polling until 12:00: noon, at the Two Starke councilmen also
for the two
From BoxesAn Activities will start with a the event will act Master past of Cloverleaf, Basket Weave only 54.Others. Recreation Department in the had their seats confirmed
THEPEACE dinner at 4:30: p.m. served bv years as (Jack Pot) Pole-Bending and in the council race Old Armory across from the although neither had op-
MACHINE estimated $644 worth of the Bradford High School Pole Key-Hole. The Jack-Pot High School.There are no fees position. Chairman Jimmy
tools were stolen September Chapter of the Future Far Faulty ItrakesDelayed Pole Bending entry fee will be (See Page 4)) for the classes. McRae, Group 2, got 896 votes
ADMISSION: $2 10 from two large tool boxes mers of America with the $5 with the Club adding $50 and Councilman Vernon
left out in front of the new Arena program beginning at with 75 per cent being Silcox drew 910 votes.

SPONSORED BY shopping center on 301 South 6:30: p.m. Train awarded as first place and 25 1973 Rainfall Right on 50 Year Average One lively moment was
JUNIOR CLASS OF BHS according to Starke Police The Calf Scramble and per cent for second place. All provided for some 50 to 75

Dept.Culprits. Horse Show has been one of Brakes on a Seaboard ages may enter. Trophies will Bradford County has average for August is 14.03 onlookers at the vote counting
Court* ..tTllc entered the top of the major projects of the local Coastline freight train be awarded in the other three received an average of 56.18 inches. Tuesday night when it first
the two large tool boxes by Chamber of Commerce in delayed an ambulance events and the entry fee for inches of rain for the eight- Only one woods fire was was thought by some that
(nmmutiiti!: tH@Jtutr | breaking off the locks with a promoting agriculture and a Monday due to th" locking of these will be $1 for the three month period Jan. 1 through reported during the month, Rosser had beaten Chambersby !
pry bar. Stolen were one county wide livestock improvement the train's brakes games. Aug. 31. This is .4 of an inch resulting from pulpwood four votes. But the tallies of
Sank keyhole saw, hole saw, 2 program for the Train Engineers had to Admission to the Calf more than the 50-year averagefor operations, and burning six the counters didn't agree andit
drills: one hammer drill, one youth of Bradford County, unhook two freight cars to let Scramble and Horse Show is this period 55.78 inches. acres. was all straightened out
Aoounli Now ,no...... Up Hiltz stud gun one lufkin rule, according to Marc Jackson the ambulance through. The free and everyone is invited to Since January 1 there have when a stray pile of votes was
To ':IO._byl hacksaw and ball peen president of the Chamber. train delayed Starke traffic join in the fun and excitement Rainfall for August was 9.73 been 89 fires in the county with found.
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Serving with Huggins on the for about 20 minutes. inches, while the 50-year 617.6 acres burned. Page


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Public InvitedTo Parish Council r>r Hunt-BurtWedding

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Meet New Announce Plans Set For Oct. 19

Health DirectorThe

For Fall SeasonThe Mrs. Lillian Hunt of

Bradford County Health Hampton and Mr. John Huntof
Department invites the peopleof Parish Council of St. Earlton announce the approaching -
Bradford County to visit the 1.1y Edward's Catholic Church marriage of their
health department and meet i met Wednesday evening, Aug. daughter, Katherine Ann, to
Dr. Robert Gillespie, new i 29, with Bob Blakewood, Ronald J Birt. son of Mr. and
public health director for I president, presiding. Mrs. E.: L. Birt of Hampton.The .
Bradford, Clay, and Union To celebrate the occasion of wedding will be an
Counties this Monday, Sept. i the parish hall renovation, ir1 event of Oct. 19 at 7 p.m. at the .,
17, between 4 : plans were made to hold a home of the groom in Hampton. -
Other new personnel r.m. I party for all parishioners, .
also be on hand to meet the X families and friends following 11 Friends and relatives are
public.The. 7 p.m. Mass on Saturday, invited.WeeksRhoden.
health department is Sept. 15.Mrs .
located and 329 North Church Peggy Shaller, Social
Street in Starke. Chairman, announced plans ;f> i
It for a dance to be held during f t "
October in the hall.
CrewsRosierEngagement Mrs. Michael Gilhooly and
Joe Alfonso volunteered to
work on plans for improvingthe .. ,
financial status of the

Mr and Mrs. John L. Crewsof DeyPatrickDate council.Mrs. John Samons volun-
Baldwin announce the teered to work as Hall
approaching marriage of their Set Chairman and may be Darlene Denise Jones Weds
daughter, Joy, to Steve reached at 964-8689 for rentalof
Rosier, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs.Joseph W Deyof the hall for special Mr. Varnes in Bavless Church ,
Marvin Rosier of Lawtey. Keystone Heights announcethe meetings, receptions or .
Steve is a 1969 graduate of engagement of their parties.
BHS and is employed as a daughter, Deborah Ann, to Father James Cregan Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jonesof nuptial music.Southerland served
fireman for Seaboard Marvin Tex Patrick, son of outlined plans for the religious Route One, Starke an- Bruce best and the ushers Thomas-Marconi Vows SpokenIn
classes to nounce the marriage of their as man r
Coastline Railroad. Mr.and Mrs. W. M. Patrick of instruction resumein
will lace September. Junior and daughter, Darlene Denise, to were Joe Brannen Randy
The wedding Lawtey.The Ohio Church
brie Danials, all of Lake Butler. September 1
at the home of the on bride-elect is a 1969 Senior High groups will meet Larry John Varnes, son of Mr. Cribbs ,
Sept 29 at 7 p.m. with a graduate of Keystone Heights Wednesday evenings at 7 p.m. and Mrs. Lewis Varnes of Mrs. Carolyn attended
reception following at the High School and is presently a beginning September 26. Lake Butler. Rev. J. D. her sister as matron of Miss Martha Ann Marconi, as best man and the wedding
home. senior at FSU and will Grade school classes will be Robinson performed the honor. Bridesmaids were daughter of Mrs. Thomas guests were seated by Mathew
All friends and relatives are graduate in March, 1974 held following 10 a.m. Sunday ceremony on Sept. 1 at 7 p.m. Sharon Varnes and Jane Marconi of Fremont, Ohio and Miller, the bride's cousin, and ....."
invited to attend Mr. Patrick is a 1969 Masses, starting September in the Bayless Highway The Varnes matron, both of of Lake honor Butler.and the late Mr. Marconi, and John Thomas, thebridegroom's
of BHS. 30. Archibald Johns Thomas, III, brother.
oa.-..-..-.-I.. graduate Highlighting the altar were attendants were dressed alikein Marconi received
The of Mr. and Mrs. Archibald Mrs.
wedding is planned for _.._--_. floor blue son
length light
April 13, 1974 in the Com- baskets of blue and white Thomas, Jr. of Fort guests at the reception in the
Mr and Mrs. Don Har- munity Church, Keystone Vincent St. John of Port gladioli and daisies, plantersof dotted Swiss gowns with blue Lauderdale, were united in Holiday Inn. Engagement
denbrook and son Lee, Mrs.J. Heights. Canaveral and Royce Whitleyof magnolia greenery, and hair ribbons and each carrieda marriage on Saturday, Sept. The rehearsal dinner was

B. Bakken and sons, and _._.._c_n_.. Hahira, Ga. spent the branched candelabra with with long stemmed blue and white white rose 1, in St. Ann Catholic Church, hosted by the bridegroom's Mr. and Mrs. James M.
Eoline and Nelson Green weekend with Mr. and Mrs. white tapers. Fremont Ohio, with Rev. parents at Fort StephensonMotor Weeks of Green Cove Springs
visited Mark (Buggy) Har- Richard S. John and family Ray Norman pianist, and streamers. James Ritter performing the Inn. announce the engagement of
denbrook at JacksonvilleBeach Brant Turner of Orlandowas and celebrated Vincent's 21st Gerald Williams, soloist, Given in marriage by her nuptials.Mrs. The couple is residing in their daughter, Janice Carol,
the bride floor
Sunday home for the weekend. birthday on Saturday presented a of father, wore a Anna Marie Stansfiledwas where the to Michael Wayne Rhoden,
program length of white satin ...__ _____,_. __ Tampa __
with V ruffles gown on the vest and organist lU.LII..L.. i U clock L rl'd'luegiuuiu 'ft la cmuiidi" A ai n' .h me son. of Mr. auu n A bl.". Urn........... .C.
ceremony.The University of South Florida Rhoden of Starke.
down the back. Her
decorated with princess white bride wore a gown of The bride, who had attended Janice is a 1969 graduate of
crown ivory silk organza over ivory Bowling Green State Clay High School and also
THE SEMI-ANNUAL secured her elbow
LA-Z-BOY SALE length veil of illusion. She satin, fashioned with ap- University, was secretary for graduated from St. John
carried a bouquet of blue and pliqued bishop sleeves and Atlas Electric in Tampa. River Junior College. She is
wedding ring collar. Venice presently attending Florida
white carnations and with
lace and pink satin ribbon -DOUGLAS REUNION- Junior College School of-
RECLINA-ROCKER SALE satin streamers.A
reception was held in the trimmed the empire waist and The Douglas Family Nursing in Jacksonville.Mr. .
church dining hall which was appliqued A-line skirt. The reunion will be held Sunday, Rhoden is a 1970
decorated with baskets of blue detachable chapel train was Sept. 16 at the Lake Side graduate of BHS. He is at-
and white gladioli and daisies. also highlighted with lace and Community Center in Lake tending Santa Fe Junior
satin ribbon accents.An Butler. Registration 10 a.m. College and is employed at
Mrs. Essie Crosby greeted
guests at the door, and ivory profile cap of Business meeting 12 noon. CSMS at Camp Blanding.A .
Venice lace dotted with fall is
and held her
sequins pearls
were the bride and and
their parents. Glenda groom Varnes fingertip veil of ivory silk **- *. *. ***********
And enjoy the famous La-Z-Boy Reclina-Rocker of your choice. Any style on this page, in any kept the bride's book and illusion. *
of many fabrics or vinyls. All in a brilliant range of colors. Only La-Z-Boy gives you this faultless Brenda Magyari! was in Lisa Marconi was hersister's
honor attendant, and JUST ARRIVED
combination of recline and rocking ease just lean back into the relaxing angle of your choice, charge of the gift table. another sister, Patrice, was a : |
or use as the finest platform rocker. Now is the time to enjoy this often imitated but never duplicated The bride's table was bridesmaid.The *
covered with white linen
combination of luxurious comfort and carefree good looks. Quantities are limited, so be cloth and centered a with a four- gown of the maid of CHRISTMAS ORNAMENTS *

among the first. tiered wedding cake topped honor was of white lace and AND *
moss green. The lace empired
with br de u.id and
a > fir 1 win
flanked btwo blue candles in bodice was styled with long X CHRISTMAS STOCKINGS. *
sleeves and neckline.
scoop j
silver holders. Karen Norman "
She carried a traditional
and Terry Kite cut the cake. T/
Victorian cluster of #
The punch table was Marguerite daisies, yellow : TWEED &: FISHERMAN t>
d overlaid with a white linen *
rosebuds, lavender statice YARN
cloth and centered with a
i and pink miniature carnationswith *
bowl encircled
crystal punch
clusters of
V VI with greenery and white gypsophilia, L PLUS MUCH MORE 4fc
camellia leaves and
roses. Linda Woods and Ella
ribbon garlands. She wore a
Mae Woodard poured punch. garland of fresh blossoms in

Floor Genevieve hostesses Salano, Delores were her hair. !MAGIC NEEDLE*
The of the bridesmaid
Elixson, and Annette Norman. gown
-I M After a wedding trip to the her featured bouquet a had yellow yellow skirt ribbon and :*: 1517 Bessent Rei. Starke, Fla. *

V Smoky couple Mountains is residing, N.C. the at garlands.Mr. ******************* *
Thomas served his son
Whitehead's Trailer Park.

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Barrett Co. in Starke.

-----.. Revival Service

Mr. and Mrs. Don Bagwell

attended National the Women's Championship Softball Hope Baptist Church

( Tournament in Chattanooga,
: Tenn. over the Labor day 100 Between
::: weekend. They also visited (Hwy Starke Keystone)

her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O.
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taliDenmark 1 Furniture Co. Of Starke Name :

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Junior ClubResumes Altar Society Plans Party Sept. 15St. $ Shower Given ; / : "
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For ,. ., ":","" ?;fJttl!, !(?, ,'!rCjJ), }TP'II.Tlp.:,:. \ 'fI7., .
Edward's Altar them in Siemer .
Society any way possible. will forms iiLJ. :J.
out :
filling eye : {('i' \ :
met in the Parish Hall on Plans were made for a which were distributed. It was ,'.}: ; : ;' ; ) ,> ,. ,
i Fall Meetings September 5 with Mrs. Bob coffee and bake sale to be heldin also suggested that members BrideelectMiss : : > I
Blakewood presiding.The the Parish Hall following donate good useable clothing, .,' PO'1:1v.LL\1.'D\\.7.. I "
Altar Chairman, Mrs.R. Mass on September 9 with jewelry and toys to our friendsat ", S" '.
announced that Becky Siemer,Sept. 29 .
q Members of the Junior Richards, Mrs. Weldon and Mrs. Sunland. bride-elect ,
Woman's Club held their first Mrs. Gladys Weldon is taking Thomas Parker in charge of Father James Cregan in- bridal shower, was honored at a I ,
meeting of the new club year care of the altars during arrangements.Mrs. vited members and their Monday night ,
given Mrs. "
last Thursday night at the club September; Mrs. Joe Gissy John Samons was families to attend the party Mrs. J.by V. Ben Moxley, "
volunteered Crosby, Mrs. W. S.
house. to do this elected Secretary to replace scheduled for September 15 to Haas, Mrs.
Members voted to have during October. Mrs. Ron Caimano, who celebrate the renovation of the and Imogene Bryan
Mrs. R. Chism reported recently moved from Starke. Mrs. J. O. Gay at the Demonstrator
several 1
bridge parties for the Parish Hall.He also requested home of the latter.
public during the coming sending convalescent cards Members were encouragedto members to cooperate in the The refreshment .
year. They also plan to have a and condolence messages to support the Eye Bank by religion classes for students covered with a lace cloth was
parishioners and local friends. over
Harvest dinner and raffle 26 for
opening September
pink linen
and centered with
during the month of October, She also encouraged membersto Junior and High School and on a
and it was decided to visit the sick and assist Nancy Grider September 30 for Grade crystal arrangement vase of holding mixed an Sale
discontinue the chicken box School flanked
pink candles in
j by
( lunch project. '' The next meeting is silver holders.
Visitors were Mrs. Marty Luncheon Given Birthday' PartyMr. scheduled for October 3 at 8
fV Wedding bingo was played
( Payne, Mrs. Kirkland in the Parish Hall.
Wayne p.m.
and "
prize was given to'Mrs.
', Mrs. John Holloway, Mrs. For Pat Underhill Terri Ivey. Look At These.
.I!, Robert Autry, Mrs. Alicia and Mrs. Kenneth The hostesses 'Just
presented the
Grider gave a weiner roast
Steffa,Mrs.Eric Johnson, and And BridesmaidsMiss Party Given For honoree
a toaster
Mrs. James O'Brian.Multicolored and party for their daughter, as a
roses and Nancy, on Monday afternoon Mrs. Johns At memento of the occasion.
autumn leaves flanked by two Pat Underhill, whose from 5:30: to 7 o'clock Twenty-two guests attended
,. marriage to Wayne celebrating Nancy's sixth WinklerHome between the hours 7:30: and
yellow holders tapers were in used single candle the Blankenship will be an eventof birthday.The 9:30: p.m. including the 1973 CHEVROLET IMPALA( ( 4 Door I Hardtop
Sept. 15, was honored at a honoree's mother, Mrs. Otto
Charles refreshment Goodowns table. Mrs. bridesmaids luncheon decorated family with multi-colored room was Mrs. Thornton Johns, the Siemer; and the mother, Mrs. Dark Brown Paint With Light Neutral Vinyl Top
was former Lucille Brown, a
Saturday at the Holiday Inn, Don Patray, and grand-
!; balloons. The 16
hostess for the youngsters
; evening.SolzeHamilton given by Mrs. John, Greene enjoyed games with prizes, recent bride, was honored at a mother, Mrs. L. O. Hazen, of Tinted'Glass
and Mrs. D. B. Raulerson.The and were given party favors. party recently given by Mrs.S. the bridegroom-to-be. ,
L. Peek, Jr., Mrs. O. E.
Mrs. Maurice Chrome Save
Wingate i
Crosby, Mrs. Reddish An-
luncheon table was assisted in serving.Moose drews, Mrs. C. F. Bateman BSP ChapterHas
To Wed centered with a green and and Mrs. Warren Winkler at Air Conditioning -
Sept. 15Mr. white bridal floral LodgeDinnerDance the home of the latter on Pratt vJVCr
arrangement centered with a Street. BirthdayGamma Vinyl Interior
miniature umbrella. Bridal
and Mrs. Richard C. place cards marked the The tea table was covered Radio
Solze announce the approaching seating arrangement for the with a lace cloth over blue Theta Chapter of
marriage of their ten guests which included linen and centered with a pink Beta Sigma Phi met Monday, Wheel Covers I t
daughter, Sherry Lynn, to Mrs. R. A. Underhill, motherof Starke Moose Lodge 2035 and white floral arrangement.The Sept. 10, at 7:30: o'clock at the $90000 I I
George Jackson Hamilton, the honoree, and Mrs. will hold an enrollment for 75 guests invited to call home The of Mrs. Harry Gruen. White Side Wall Tires
son of Mr. and Mrs. Sherrod Edwin Williams, mother of new members at 8 p.m. between the hours 3:30: and 5 chapter celebrated its
Hamilton.The the bridegroomtobe.Miss Saturday, Sept. 15, in the o'clock were the teachers and 24th birthday with a review of Low Milage and Clean.
wedding will be an Underhill presented Moose home on 301 North. A retired teachers of Bradford chapter activities throughoutthe
event of Saturday, Sept. 15, at lockets to her five attendants dinner and dance will follow, County. years. The members also
4 p.m. at the Hamilton homein during the luncheon. with live music for dancing.All The hostesses presented the reviewed "The" Book of Beta
the presence of the immediate Mrs. Greene presented the members and guests are honoree with a hand-cut lead Sigma Phi. Mrs. W. H.Johns
families and a few honoree with a silver compoteas invited to attend at $3 per mementoof closed the meeting by con-
crystal pitcher as a
close friends. a momento of the occasion. couple. the occasion. ducting the vacation auction.A 1973 CHEVROLET CAPRICE 4 Door HardtopSolid

.. ,...dance sponsored. by. the
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,h t .m. h h,.I.+ n
tober"a.Sl 6.Mrs.t, VV" UC' "" .u I'll, v\- White With Red Vinyl Top and Red Interior

u\ -----. Tinted Glass r

3 Day S iiii.E f r. George Flynn, Sr., FjoorMats oHVC

Mrs. Paul Canova, and Mrs.
Side Chrome
I/ Betty Ann Phillips spent the /

W and Labor Mrs.day R.weekend J.Kidd Jr.with(Ret.LTC. Air Conditioning vJVCr
Van H. Priest
New and Beach.family at Fort Walton Remote Mirror

Cruise Control
5eto$1 Mrs. Joe Ellerbee has $1
Arrivals 00000
returned to her home in Tilt Wheel

THUR FRI & SAT .. Panama City after a month's
... ,
SEPT visit with her mother, Mrs. T. White Side i Wall Tires

13.14&15 a Mr.and Mrs. John Whelchelof D. Dyal. Radio and Tape System

\ Sanford announce the birth Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Elder
All AllDouble of a son, Thomas Matthew, on have returned after seven Deluxe Bumpers: and Guards
Sept. 4. Maternal grandparents weeks at their cottage at
KnitMaterial SummerClothing are Mr.'and Mrs. T. Andalusia, Ala. Mrs. Elder's
H. Slade of Starke. sister, Miss Erma Stroud of
; : -4 VV -- Andalusia returned with them 1973 CHEVROLET I CAPRICE COUPE I
I + ? Mr. and Mrs. Don Richie of for a visit.

I I .j, MUST IN STORE GO IN MUST STORE GO .4 born birth Gainesville Aug.of a 27 son announce in, the John Alachua Tyler the, Strickland Mr. and, their Mrs.son,R.Stuart W., Light Yellow with Black Vinyl Top and Black Cloth Interior.

v General Hospital. Paternal Saturday and daughter at Disney, Gloria World.Lt. spent. This Coupe has Every Option That Chevrolet Offers I Except
Bolts grandparents are Mr. and
$100LARGE Mrs. C. W. Ri.'hie of Starke. and Mrs. Don R. Tape System. Items Like Power Windows, Power Seats,

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-- Thompson and children
emnants Twin Front Seat Cushions Power Door Locks
Landover, Md. were last Cruise Con
1 Mrs. Frank Weaver,Sr. and Thursday and Friday visitorsof

$2.66 YDLARGE SELECTION OF children Mrs. Lowman of Williston Weaver were and Mrs.his Leo grandparents Champion.Mr. ,. Mr. and trol i Am/Fm Stereo and a Host of Others.

Z SELECTION MEN WOMEN Sunday Mrs. W. visitors T. Jackson.of Mr. and and Mrs. James SAVE BIG ON I THIS CAR ONLY I 3200 Miles

0 r y & CHILDREN Starling and family, Mrs. Ola
OF COTTON Mrs. Roger Akers and Starling and Mrs. Inez Kelly
REMNANTS SUMMER daughter of Haleyville, Ala. spent the weekend with Rev.
CLOTHES and Mrs. Preston Guthrie of and Mrs. Alton Dobbs in
00 Hawthorne are spendingseveral Jacksonville.Mr. 1973 CHEVROLET'2 I TON I PICKUP
4YD $1
1 weeks with their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. .and Mrs.Robbie Shaller
---- Warren, while Mrs. Akers is visited Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Light Blue Paint with Matching Blue" Interior, V8: Automatic
recuperating from injuries Gunter in Melbourne last
received in an automobile Wednesday to Friday. Transmition, Power Steering, Power Brakes, Chrome

accident. (See Page 4)) *
Bumpers Custom Deluxe I Cab Air Condition
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damage to the coupe.
3)) separate wrecks occurred causing $45 damage to the west bound
Satter was
(From Page on
Mrs.W. H. Hart and Mrs. A. Mrs. Betty Rowe and in Bradford County but Ford, Sept. 5. while Frank
SR-16 was
Russell Norman attended the daughter Kelly Lynn of E 4 rar no injuries were incurred Carter was stopped headedsouth followIng him. Satter startedto
Mrs. H. H. Adams Mrs. J. Delta Kappa Gamma board Jensen Beach were weekend + f fT1i' during the week of September on Robinson Street Frank as Satter madea
H. Moseley and Mrs. John meeting in Orlando Friday guests of Mr. and Mrs. George 2-101 according to the Florida dropping off mail while Hill left pass turn and Frank hit the
Watson III and son spent the and Saturday.Mrs. Cheshier.R. t Highway Patrol.A was traveling south on
of the truck.
weekend In Knoxville, Tenn. *, :y ,f 1970 owned Robinson Street and was
Dodge by accident occurred
and attended the wedding of L. U. Morgan Jr. and Adm. and Mrs. H. H. Raymond Heath of attempting to pass Carter. The Sept.
Tampa, one-tenth of
at 3:15
7 : p.m. a
Patricia Moseley to Byron Leaton III Caldwell of Jacksonville will for no
Mrs. Morgan Hill was arrested
was struck in the right side bya Merce mile west of Starke on SR16.A .
Snow Saturday noon. carried Sandi Morgan to be Saturday guests of Mr. and t t t'ry kD 1969 Mercury Sedan driven valid driver's license and 1962 Chevrolet sedan

Tampa Saturday where she Mrs. John Myers. by Garnell Houston of Lawtey. careless driving. The accident driven by Joel Mathew Hull,
Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Husseyof will begin classes Monday at Heath's car in occurred at 11:50: a.m. on
was parked a Jr. of Starke, was run off intoa
Sarnia, Ontario Canada Stevens Career Herbert Green underwentleg miles
Patricia parking area left unattended Robinson Street, .4 creek when an unknown
were Labor Day weekend College and Finishing School.On surgery Tuesday in the while Houston was backing up south of Starke.A vehicle pulling a boat forced
guests of Mrs. Nelma Keen afternoon they Gainesville VA Hospital.Mr. truck driven by
Sunday in the parking area to turn, 1972 Ford him off the road. The accident
and Miss Carolyn Keen. attended Parent's Orientationat striking the right side of the Theodore Shellman Frank,
caused $250 damage to the
the Manger Inn. and Mrs. Charles Howe{ n Jr., of Starke, was hit in the
} 91 Dodge, causing $125 damageto sedan; the accident occurred
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Carter of Lakeland spent several Ford Coupe
r the Dodge. The accident left rear by a 1968
and son of Lake City spent last Mrs.O.L. Hayes, Jr. visited days this week with Mrs. W. occurred Sept. 2 at 1 p.m., one driven by Verdo Satter of Sept.west of 8 Starke at 8 p.m.on Cypress, 3.5 miles Run
week with her parents Mr. her son-in-law and daughter, B. Mundy. mile south of Lawtey.A Hampton, causing $500
and Mrs. A. G. Loudon, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Welch Senior Citizens (from left): Sally Kilgore; Carrie Murray, 1967 Pontiac driven by damage to the truck and $75 Road.
before moving to Atlanta, Ga. and family in Savannah, Ga. Mrs. John Myers returnedlast Lake City; Joe Kerrigan Starke; Anita Tassinari Alachua Barbara Jean Williams of
where Mr. Carter was over the weekend. week after ten days visit County; Emery Batman Green Cove Springs who attendedthe Jacksonville was struck in the Scouts
promoted with AT&T. with her mother, Mrs. North Central Florida Area Council. left side by a 1963 Ford Coach County I
of Palatkawas Florence Brooks, in Kansas ._ .. ,_
Mrs. J. C. Vining A"I. I. A.".." F eon I" "' ,
uiivcii uy "\ \ inv vi 111
Mr. and Mrs James Barron a Wednesday visitor of City, Mo. Jr. of Lake Butler
weekend of her FSP Inmate Sept. 2.
were guests Mrs. L. D. Vining. Hampton Vote... Williams was west bound on Messy SubjectChairman
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.J. Mrs. Mack Williams and SR-229 when she her
C. Gilbert in Orlando. Wright visited his Mrs. Harold Godwin attendedthe StrangledIn
Stephen turn-off, pulled off the south Bryan accused Commissioner Eddie
Mr. and Mrs. Don Ray parents,Mr. and Mrs. William Brasington Gibson (From Page 1)) side to turn around and got Ralph "a messy subject" at the Commission
Tilley of Hollywood spent the Machen, in Del Rio,Texas last wedding in Waycross, Ga. last StruggleJerry stuck in a ditch. An unknown Allen of bringing up morning.

first of the week with her week. Sunday. and their votes were: Grace truck stopped to help, when meeting Touching Monday off the discussion was Allen's report that he had

parents Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Local admittances to for college this Beal, 33; Ernest Greene, 31; Kent Barber, servinga Crin, east bound came along, been contacted by a party who would take care of liming thecounty's
Jackson, and other relativesand Leaving and Charles Williamson, 62. 12-year sentence on kid- saw the truck and ran off the two "privies" at the Santa Fe boat ramp site, and
Bradford this Steve Strickland to
Hospital week
County are south side striking the
friends. The question of Mayor- counts from Leon and would also paint them for a small additional fee.
include Mrs. Arrie N.C. Connie napping
week Brevard
: College, ; Williams car in the left side.
doubt that the
Commissioner form of the ,
counties, was demurred at proposal expressing
Hazen of Browning, Wayne Sutton, Chasteen to the University of Jefferson Crin was arrested for failureto Bryan
Winfred for buiness the first
in place.
government was murdered Wednesday,Sept. 5, county should be in the privy
Kenneth Brant
Gainesville was a Monday Mrs. Edna Norton Georgia; June Hardy, turned down by a vote of 48 in a struggle with another have his vehicle under "I think we should close them." Bryan said, adding that he
visitor of Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Quinion Mrs. Irene Brooks Turner and Ellen Bloodworthto against to 33 for. at the Florida State control. The accident occurred wasn't sure the "Chick Sales" were legal under the state'snew
Mrs. Marceline Goolsby and Valdosta State College prisoner
at 4 p.m. five miles
Hazen. The new Hampton officials .
Mrs. Ruby Martin Starke; Denise Winkler to FSU; and Prison in Bradford County. west of Starke.A sanitary regulations."Well "
will be sworn in at a special Rex Newman, spokesmanfor what if we don't have them? Allen questioned."You .
and Mrs. James P. George Moseley Gary Trish Myers to Wesleyan "
Dr. meeting set for 8
p.m. the State Health and know they're going use
Oliver Middleburg Mrs. 1973 Ford driven something.
Jacksonville were ; College. by
Young Tuesday, Sept. 18.Edwards accused member of
Rehabilitative Services That was Bryan
Sunday afternoon visitors of Grace Hand Lawtey; Mrs. William Epping Carter of "
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Hill. Maggie Hodge, Brooker; Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Owen McRaeof Department said that JamesJ. Starke was side-swiped by a bring up a "messy subject.
that the board members
.Koedatich was being held in Upshot of the discussion was
Florida Baldree, Lake Buffalo, N. Y. and Mrs. 1961 Chevrolet driven by "
Beth Goldwire of West Palm Geneva; Edward Roberts and Gary McRae and daughter of Wins. connection with the killing. Merce Dee Hill of Starke "would ride by and inspect them. No rate of speed was
.. .
Koedatich serving a 20- specified for the "riding by" inspection.A
Beach is visiting her grand- William Bell, Keystone Waldo were Sunday visitors of
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Heights; and Mrs. Ethel Mr. and Mrs. Tullie Norman. year sentence from Dade move was also started to discourage campers at the
parents Tidwell, Hampton. County on second degree BLACK PLAY Santa Fe boat ramp site because "they're interfering with
this week. ( 1))
Goldwire, From Page other undesirable
Mrs. R. P. McLendon is murder and robbery charges, SATURDAY the launching of boats" and causing
said that Barber provoked the situations.
her and family
visiting son "We feel whole lot "
a incident by threatening him Saul Inc. of Green Cove "We don't have facilities for campers, Bryan said, and
Mr. and Mrs. Jim McLendonat "
Now Is The Time For N.C.." .. than we did for a while there, with a razor blade, Newman Springs will be in Starke to the board instructed Road Foreman Leon Ellington to have
Blowing Rock said Joyce Chambers, wife of
reported.Koedatich. perform "From Bondage to signs preparedpreferably out of metal so they will
Chief Bill Chambers, Wed- weather and bullet holes-and "nail them in the
Fall FertilizerGROTONE told corrections Freedom" Saturday, Sep- withstand up
Mrs. Jerome Johns has .
returned after nesday morning."I officials that he grabbed tember 15 at 8:30: p.m.It trees so they will have to climb up in order to tear them
undergoing 25 Mrs.
eye aged ,
years Barber the neck and kept is black with free down."
GROTONE surgery in Bascomb Palmer Chambers said of the Tuesday by a play
;rr squeezing him until he was admission.
WEED AND HARD) GREED 7 Eye Institute in Miami. night experience. "We didn t Newman said.
know what was going on for a
Mrs. J. R. Kite Labor Barber was pronounced
spent while. BILL'S C. B. RADIO EQUIP.
ALL PLANTS Day weekend with Mr. and Chambers 33, is making his the scene. indication Vet News
AND Mrs. Collins in "The preliminary 921 N.T.mpleAv..
AND TREES Ralph Pelham first attempt for a political
ST. AUGUSTINE from corrections officials is
I HARDI Ga. office. He St.rke. flm.,
LAWNS ,WEED, TO PROTECT wa appointed that it was justifiable The Veterans Administration
COVERS COLD'GREEN i e acting chief by the city council announces free
2.5OO FED. FROM THE Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby when Chief Ken Fuqua homicide, Newman added. telephone service to the SPECIAL 10 DAYS

SQ. FTONLY 50 LB.ONLY. visited her mother, Mrs. resigned the chief's post on veterans administration
$3 85 Marvin Andrews, in Ozark, June 19. Chambers has been Kingsley regional office for advice and BEARCAT 23B BASE STATION
$595 Ala. Sunday to Tuesday of last with the Police Department assistance without the expense -
week. since 1964 as a patrolman and of a long distance call REG. 279.95 NOW 219.95
GROTONE PELLETS Mrs. T. E. Herndon of officer. Asks FundsIt by dialing 1-800-282-8821; toll

WITH MINOR ELEMENTS ORTHO Valdosta was a Sunday guestof Bowen, 39, is making his is again time for Kingsley free. NEW! PEARCE-SIMPSON
Mrs. Pearl Edwards and
IDEAL second try for the chief's post. TOM CAT.
GARDEN Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Hardy.Mr. He third in Lake residents to renew your
LAWN AND ran 1971 against
associate membership to the When calling, the Veterans
FOOD and Rosser. REG. 129.95 NOW 109.95
Fire their full
Kingsley Lake Volunteer should give name
Mrs. Brian
Bowen elected to the
SO LB. was
ONLY $385 Different Hamilton, Mrs. John W. city council in 1969 when he Department by sending a $10 VA claim number and Social HURRY BUY BEFORE
Type Griffin and Miss Lillian Stump defeated incumbent Gerald donation, reminds Chief John Security number service
Golden will have as weekend L. Bradley. number. Veterans may HUNTING SEASON OPENS.
Ideal of LiquidFertilizer guests: Williams and Mrs. Maurice Because of associate receive information about
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Hamiltonand
White. He resigned his council '
>dues received 'pensions, schooling, and other Home of
membership Magnetic Signs
Plant Food Mr. and Mrs. Tom Pekinsof
post to run for police chief in
residents this
each from the matters by calling
25 AND 1OO $209 Orlando, Mr. and Mrs. W. 1971. year of 72 Hour Servict
REG. S498 H. Thomson and son Henry, "They're trying to railroadit and-or property owners number. 964 8346 or 964
ORGANIC Kingsley Lake community,
of Monticello, and Mr. andMrs. "
said Clerk Merrill
5OLB.BAG $269 Now $249 Fred Thomson and son of Edwards of the move towardthe the fire department and become continuesto
Tallahassee. They will all grow more II
city management of -
attend the UF football game government. That railroadingtry effective\ each year. is 8361THERE'S ,

Fall Vegetable Rye Saturday night and also at- as Edwards terms it, dedicated"Your to department the preservationof
tend Brad Hamilton's failed, was defeated by city
in the
life Kingsley
Grass Seed christening at the First property
Plants voters 995 to 477. The vote Lake area and we encourageyou l4
Presbyterian Church Sunday tallies show that Clerk Can- to
to take this opportunity
Now In Stock 51b. Bag $185 morning. didate Charles Hardy and the lend your support to this :

Snook $1495 ,1Otd 1i/J7/.E/l referendum manager were for within a six city of cause, states Bradley. TIME I
Has Them Ready Bag I, each other, 483 and 477. r.: :,... ...'. ................

< r::, Hardy's Many persons candidacy connected with the JacksonvilleDirectory :

We Spread Fertilizer N'w I Committee For City TOo

,. Management Government'sdrive _
.' to the amendmentto
MUM GARDEN ..(J"0 .....,.. the city charter which 0 I
would have done away with
EST CENTER I 1 ; the elective clerk's post in 1975 SHOP
at the end of the next term.
ONTtOI'" "Parents are people whobear But Hardy stated prior to the Auto Sales and Service
539 EAST CALL ST infants, bore teenager election that he disapprovedof i
ft CItUIICAL co. 964-5745 and board newly-weds." the move for a city Pariah Motor. / '

manager. WITH :,
Several persons at the vote !SALES % ,

counting Tuesday night also sEancrAan / / ;
said they voted for Clerk VOLVO / /IIt\b\ \

Year Around disapproved Edwards of because the manner they in A''..,. CoOed tl.*.. Canart US! !

which the city managementmove ....,.
St. Pk. 3M-Mfc
Recreation. was made and disap- ._ J
proved of those behind the 4
move. PIANOS 1 1r



For Trim Shape



Williams Sergeant, son of Luther Mrs. Willie B.L. IIAI.I. "SUlMiER"; HANDY-WAY STORE !

HAS THE FANTASTIC Williams of Starke, par- ORGANS! .
ticipated in a large-scale U.S. Root.v.lt Moll 388-8519 ..

Air Force training exercise 2929 N. W, 13th Coln..vlll. Folks are running around like crazy these busy days, :

recently at Nellis AFB, Nev. there really Isn't that much time
Sgt. Williams, a C-130 FURNITURE to waste shopping In long :

Trampolines Hercules aircraft loadmasterwith fURNITURE aisles and large crowds in the big stores. .and there's no :
the 40th Tactical Airlift need.
Squadron at Pope AFB, N.C., A1 DISCOUN i

was among more than 4,000 Cornpltt.Hcu I ,.
Tactical Air Command per- .'hoUFyrm HANDY-WAY service is fast
For Sale $$199.95 sonnel taking part in the four. 'thinqft and convenient. .saves both t
day operation.The your time and your nerves when you need food drinks I
exercise, called Coronet Up Tft 40% Savings items and I'
sundry household HANDY'WAY
S'/i Ft Wide By 13' Long Organ IX, provided realistic Co.64t aids in a hurry :
training in counter air, interdiction Boxley Choir saves you time. .EVERY TIME.

photo recon c...... 1 Blork
naissance, electronic
From 1.10'

Call 473-2127 Or fered combat measures a means operations and of other evaluating and aerial of l Jock.onvill.. 3U7-1741' LET'S ALL MAKE IT A GOOD DAY TODAY !

the effectiveness of the tactics AUTO ELECTRIC
: and equipment used in the

4732102Or training Sergeant maneuvers.Williams is a 1969 PEAVY Electric Brothers Co.. J .Y. .... .;

High graduate School.of Bradford County Alternator Start r. H d W) 1N 'tilul

Come By Riley Paving In s s C.n.rator R9ulator an q-| aq) r ,

Keystone Heights Hwy. 21 N. i : Theanultar AUTO TRUCK .
5 o'clock line
was "another day; another DIESEL OPEN 7.OOA.M.

By Insp. Station dollar Now that's not enough : 4044 LMOX Av. J... FOOD STORES TO 11:00: P.M.
to get you to work and EVERY DAY
back. 3S7-252I


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2,173 Drew SS Benefits Ideas For Do-It- Yourself GardenersFor Governor Names 7-Man Board


At $250,000 Per Month gardeners you here do-il'yourself are a few choice.5-quart Remove oil can the is top a good and keep because the it unit can out become of full sun extremely To Conserve Old CourthouseSeven

wash out oil residue. hot under the plastic
ideas any
simple !! you can use at
Social security benefitswere Copestake pointed out that home (or propagation of your Punch a ring of 6-8 holes in the Numerous; other containers members to the County Board of Public Instruction facilities of historical or all,
being pa id to residents of although( most social security ornamentals.The side halfway between top and such as pans. boxes! or baskets Bradford County Historical former owners( of l'hlt'ctural'allil'\ .
Bradford County at a rate of beneficiaries! are older people beds benches and bottom. Fill the can with can be used similarity to the Board of Trustees. to acquire the building to convey the Work has already begun on
$250.000 a month at the close of about one out of every four is secdflate! used for commercial small pea gravel to within 1-2 units! described. Make sure ownership and administration structure by deed to the renovating I .1 portion of t the
1972. says Edward Copestake, under age 60. In Bradford plant propagation are too inch of the holes then cover the containers! have sufficient of the old Bradford County Historical Trustees.\ building now I U-ing used for
social security district County 2.173 people under age large for homo use but many the gravel with a I-inch layerof drainage so that the mix is not courthouse as a historic site The trustees are also empowered the M.irk office. of. the Stale
manager in Gainesville. 60 are collecting social small units! can be set-up using sphagnum moss and fill the cintinually saturated with were appointed this week by to acquire restore Kmplii: )> mi-lit SIT\'ice. Itent
Of the social security security payments!! each materials! you probably have remainder of the can with water. All of these units Gov. Itcubin A .kew. preserve. and maintain other monies obtained from this
beneficiaries living in month. Nearly; 422 are underage hidden In your garage. sand. Wet the mix until water should be placed in partial :Named: to the board were historic sites\ and structures in source will be used for continued
Bradford County: 257 are ID receiving( payments!! Aquariums make ideal propagation drains! from the holes in the shade. The cuttings must be County Judge Elite: Sanders the area "for the use. benefit t I renovation t of other
retired workers and their because working( father or units. Place at leastan side of the can. This! unit has a prevented from drying out as Mrs. Fremont Tolles. James education recreation enjovmcnt. parts of. the building for
dependents. Another coo( ) are mother has died or is getting inch of gravel in the tank built-in water reservoir. would quickly occur in direct B. Bloodworth. Mrs. Clara and general welfare! possible. future tenants.A .
receiving benefits! as! the !social security disability or bottom for drainage( of water Moisture wilt evaporate from sunlight. Also if cuttings( are :Mac Knight. Charles of the people of Bradford portion of t the old emir
survivors! of workers! who retirement benefits.! from the overlying media. A 3- the surface sand but water enclosed in plastic, temperatures Schaefer Mrs.! Marian IxmR. County this stale. and Ihouse will IK- reserved as
have died, and :3!>/8 are Most of the 52 beneficiaries! 4 inch laser of coarse sand. from the lower reservoir will in full sun w ill become so and .K. L. Matthews. An nation." space for a future Bradford
benefits move upward by capillaritylike high that scalding will of the It also authorized to drafta Museum.
getting as! disabled in Bradford County between sphagnum moss!! or a half and occur organizational meeting is County
workers! or their dependents. 18 and 22 years of age are hair mixture of peat and oil up a wick. Under mid cuttings can die. roup was called for 7:30: p m historical plan of development
getting( student's benefits perhte or other propagating normal conditions this unit Experiment with these and Wednesday Sept. 12. for Bradford Iuunty.. *
under a provision in the social medium i is placed on top of the will require water every 10-14 other propagating( units you In making the appointments. with authority to recommendto
security law permitting the gravel :Moisten, the medium days.!! Such a unit will hold make-up yourself. You w ill be Gov. Askew acted the governing hixlics of. the The rvliihilion Raines: annvrr -
continuation of a child's and insert your cuttings! or about twenty. 3-1 inch cuttingsof rewarded with plants! to use under authority of a special county and its municipalities\ i and pru lnnlti.ill' IIMIIISnc

FLORIDATHEATRE benefits beyond his lath birthday sew seed. ,\ glass or plastic a/alea. holly. hibiscus or around your home and they act passed by the 1973 the creation of a historical :fniilli.ill ulmnsl ,\rr :Jinil(.lint,I'm,I
and up to age 22. if the cover (lit top of the aquarium similar plants.!! This unit can will cost you nothing except Legislature, designating the district which shall include .11
will lh I'I'.f\ [
child is attending school full\ will keep the humidity high be covered with polyethyleneto for the materials!! needed to old courthouse constructed in anIIl'l.tiun or sections of t hecounty ..r Ih"'I"I'm.ikinu| ivIlliniums |
time. within the container and reduce moisture loss but build the propagation units 1902. as a historic site The bill containing buildings

Also in this 18-22 age group. pi'cv'cut wilting of cuttings.!! further directed the Bradford landmarks sites.! and I ir.il. .

Sopestakc said. are some \I'List: or polyethylene bags!
other t types of beneficiaries i-.in, also I be used as propagating -
Showtime-Weekdays 7:00 illustrating\ the broad family units. Wrap damp

Sunday 3oo: Saturday 1:00 protection! that the social sphagnum moss! around the My Neighbors
security program( provides! b.ise of cuttings insert into
workers of all\ ages. Some are the plastic hag and tie (he top. I YEAR ENDON

FRI SAT & SUN children of retired. disabled A few "'lIU1holes\ in the bag ( ".. ,\,
or deceased workers who will insure air exchange. ., .
became disabled before they !Don't! disturb until the cuttings ".
reached! 22 and who will l are rooted. l)) .--<-- I".:"'.....-.,,

probably never be able to The plastic bag can also be ,..'
work and become self- used to enclose an ordinary ..,-
supporting. The monthly clay flower pot in which \ r i.
!benefits of these young people cuttings have been stuck. A .
severely handicapped by couple of sticks in the pot will :Ik"k.V\ \ \ /
physical or mental keep the hag from collapsingon /

disabilities will continue the cuttings.Almost VV.:1. -
indefinitely, Benefits are also any t type of large '
II payable to the mother if the container can become a
disabled son or daughter is in propagating unit. A 1-galIon or

the mothers care.

1' Copestake said small that anotherrllatin'h' but AT,'11' Legal I Guide Provides -

4 8I significant i group of youthful
For Retirees
social security beneficiariesare Sound Advice .
those who are receiving ALLCHRYSLER

l benefits as disabled \\ orker!!. starting a business venture. .
People who put off seeking
buying or selling a home. and '-.
sound advice ::.
legal usually protecting credit standing. It
I find that the delay has points out. for instance that
I multiplied both their consulting an attorney shouldbe
YOUR LIFEINSURANCE problems! and the price they considered a "must" in PLYMOUTHS
will have to pay an attorney to connection with any agree p f
I 44PG solve them. according to a ment to live in a special

free Legal Guide prepared for housing development con _nDD..O CHRVSLER DODGES IN STOCK
people in the 50-plus age group dominium or cooperative.
by Action for Independent In additIOn. the Guide explains -

MaturityThe the difference between
.......... Guide designed to
c-- SOS -nw civil and criminal law and
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4 c c.r middle-agers with a
provide outlines the rights of both the We Will Meet Or Beat Deal.We
PLUS basic knoledge and of their legal accused and the victim in any Any .
rights responsibilities. violation of criminal law.
Paul I :Newman emphasizes the fact that The Legal Guide is one of a
sound legal guidance in series of booklets published by

as I",".'('11"I'' .' l/ir .\ ""' ,,,an handling property and financial AIM to help pre-retirees plan I,

"Cool11am / ,s .. r I r I .\V n/' ( '/iirl.r. i/ /..irf resources resources! and family family affairs for successful living A division in their of I Will Not Be Under SoldStarke I
I 101/ a' M/rid /"'. //nmi I n null/ determine mature years. I
can independence.
Luke" e ( rr-. ..r /l/'t- ;ris,,<'1/i,,. security and peace of mind five millionmemberAmerican of
prIl.r.' s i ,Js., /is n hitlure/ and the future. Association
now in
ruiriritlif ( '. !.. ( 1/1.*iti
': .\ ttH'flinii lu,h '/"nil s' rio7. talking to a lawyer except as a provides insurance., travel budget-stretching and pharmacy Chrysler Plymouth
fill If a I is sid, r.v/irrirmr last t resort the Guide points ;
301 ,.. services and publishes
I." '1 14 gr.pI .gj out that initial :iu-mmute consultations -
the bimonthlyDynamic
with !! canbearranged
(J I lit\t' )just rt'tviM'tl III<' Maturity" magazine.
local Bar
shot-knit. new it from m\ tltietor through For a free copy of the
DRIVE-IN associations for as little as!! $J I .S.-iOl North
that I h.ttc U ,MTIOIIS lii'.irt "Legal Guide to Independent
to $13: depending on the locality
f nmriiuir, Will this affi'i-t their Living." write: Legal I Guide. ;

Show Begins At Sundowr .- insur.inii' \ptilic.. >. I justpurihasi'd The Guide provides basic AIM. 1225 Connecticut t
a few months aiu( ? Avenue. :N.W.: Washington.DC II
FRI & SAT .\ I 11 I t fur information on selecting a 2UUJ6 1
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Same Sound Construction for All.
I HIM .t SiI did I nut i inform tlumsiir.iitri OSE.YEAR\\ARRAStv
tiinipan.v-whirh. cirl.nnlj Your Champiun is ..warranted in writing t Itv Champnm, Hume. builders. (.u fur line full
I / I i ,diii-s not .s ppc.i'r to btt U year alter delivery 1, li> ytiu The wanantv uivers substantial, detent. in v.uikmanhip. jnJ UJ
t lit. ,.....' if i this, IN 'Shockingiiius" I S. materials. including 'rpllan,... ......,>"... heating and! air.i-iindituming equipment
A I Our f.atur.s and brand-nam Nutueuf' ,defect must be given .u you dealer,teller 'hir us in-.pri.tiun The Manufacturertir \
to vou. Unev a lilt'Iii..u ,
IU .
dealer-seller will, ptuvtde repair ur ..rl..m.n'an.f such part
r.iint' polity is ill force, building materials match or .yen KCd thoaa) In Mgrwr prlc.d brand.
iiiithmij fall invalidatf.. it .'\VI
..1'1 fr.IIIII..r iu>n-pa> nifiil olpniiuuni. ,

J .'tnnew. .lift, The iui..uir.snve', purehase w ill iii.ur of. I 7-1t. high etlllngj Ihrouihoul.Whiti Thick fiber glass roll insulation A polyethylene sheet that acts Longer.wearing, and smoother Basic floor features bigger, unspliccd floor (hoists secured I
:.PG.r.'fTROCOLOR: 0 Win. thick acoustical plink over bowed truss-type ratters wind barrier under .
t .altftlfil. hv' as a warm inlaid vinyl linoleum in approcrosswise over steel underlrame Other basic floors have
pifVfiilt'il'' a boards *
throughout. on 16 centers. Rafters side of Insulation
are affords additional prut areas. Finish-flooring, ,slimmer spliced joists, at weaker lengthwise angles.
PLUSII'LEI ""ions litMil, i nun'uitir. ( ,.r- T slightly pitched for better roof insulating benefits. seams don't glare through .1'
tain Ivpi-s$ nf, hf.irt. mtirnitii' Interior plywood will paneling f.. drainage. linoleum.
w ln'ii milil., .mil espri-ialK ".itvnuiikier lures special! mar-resistant simulatedwoodgrain .
MMRtSCHP! OWJCTX) CDMPWff : .sg.: ''. in.iv. nut' t-\ iii y finish. .ceiling Crisp shaped.will junctures plastic moldings for eitn It "I
.1 i tVii.t lilt* ptirt'liasi' til new
Sidewalls feature vertical studs durability and neater' more finished
I"fl.II r.s ItutB\ iii' > nur I'Mslinimlififs ,: every appearance
: : 1Metal' strapping featured to.securely .
I .111mil III
I & tie roof and floor to sidewall &
aii> .v.i\ hiiMfV. sun.. .u.lh.I framing. Diagonal metal-banding of One piece galvanized. steel roof with
niurmui' rna.v lit filhtT as totost sidewall I framing also employed for ___ "lock./jointed construction for greater
tir, I Ilifir ifiiiaiiuiii: inII E strategic' bracing. ___ durability better weather resistance -
I M 1" I'
( Thick fiber. glass batt Insulation in .
II C Sidewalls. Also polyethylene shiest .
Dtra-cosl aluminum
nrn COlOfUOelu>e United Amu* acts as a wind barrier neat to exterior optional gutters
Picture-Taking Tips siding for additonal' sidewall insula around all root edges efficiently
carry off water. Help keep grimy,
I O tion. ()
SUN & MON -. water.caused streaks off windows and
I fa" side of home Also neat finished
h..1, larger sub-floor heat ducts art sealed give
i! .: / ., .; N and insulated for maximum efficiency. appearance to roof edges..Maintenance 4"'iii'
Sized for adding central air conditioning -
M It__' "'<; if or whenever desired. free weatherproof cite-
F O riors. Pre painted aluminum. (3
fr '\ ;; Rustproof water and waste plumbing.
OU/0p./ PVluui. \ lines installed out of the Way under.
M neath floor.Heavyduty. Sleek aluminum seams and corners
\ .',- .5' No unsightly' holding screws Aluminum ..
steel underrame! with panels slip-lock together into
.J :: "
' thick steel I-beam on either side. welt.like channels-with
: : : Y J\ room to
Heavy-duty axles' and 8-ply tires. No -V spare-to form sleek seams. Panels

,..I"n. ... .. :. .. UI. weakening wheel'.wells cut into floor secretly use spare room to contract
foists: each wheel' rides beneath : and under
I I. in |.h IS'e ml IliiU to Like varying
X wood .11.h.| .1.., ask ., i teen at underlrame.(braces sticking No out outmoded from underf outriggers rame's conditions to resist buckling at

i i.i-, Mill |iliiiloii.iili\;. | .,ui.l I-beams) are needed to support outside
m. ite inikmc" : h.,\ *' r.uiklit; on walls. No outriggers mean home Aluminum windows throughout. All
I hI'llh; Ih.'.,. \iuiiii: 'people' G can be more easily and economically Insulboard impregnated with, super- screens and titra-cost optional.
PLUS not I lite le.ist accomplislieilof 5atOnfoundations.too.ifoqwhener insulating asphalt beneath entire storms are removable from inside for
i win nil is KtrhiTr.tMir.il: 'n''. desired. floor. Thick fiber glass roll insulation. easier quicker cleaning.
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6 TELEGRAPH September 13, 1973 Fl

I Pap Smear SurveySet Gel.R cll.Quck; Franchise Florida House To Begin Operating In Washington |

In CountyHave Schemes Cost Investors Florida House-the rest, the University of West people rather than a few :
information and education Florida was a student intern like for all Floridians to I
center for Floridians visiting last summer in the they had a part in
goal of a Pap Test for Fradulent franchise or distributorship anyone offers a chance 'to get Washington office of Sen. "
Bradford County every rich look out!" the nation's capitol-is expected development.
women been getting their Pap women over 20 by the end of businesses are Bishop. "If the scheme says to begin operating in Lawton Chiles and has been Sen. and Mrs. Chiles
of the threats to was
Tests for uterine cancer? 1976. one greatest that good the would the next four to six weeks. working with the state ceived the idea of ."
The Public Health Nursing Florida consumers Commissioner accordingto not have to sell company the franchisesto An anticipated early Sep legislature recently.A House as a center of
Advisory Council will conduct Bradford County Is one of Agriculture make money in the first tember opening will be fund-raising campaign to for Floridians In
a telephone survey in the next the first counties in north Doyle These Conner schemes which hold place." delayed until October becausethe complete financial needs for providing a place of rest
month to try to find out. Florida\ take part in this of rich Bishop warned consumersto major renovation of the the building renovation and relaxation and assisting
Pap Test survey. It was out the hope getting investigate the 1887 vintage townhouse is still furnishing is under way with information and
The Council voted to help chosen because of its excellent without having to work very thoroughly "before company they put under way reports Mrs. Rhea Riley Hogan of Tampa as about the government
hard the most
the American Cancer Society record in other cancer control are among one nickel into it." Chiles president of the boardof chairman.The transportation hotels
deceitful and
with this project at its regular projects this year. Bradford frauds in costly consumer" Conner Such information as location trustees and wife of U. S. Florida Jaycees have other requirements
September meeting. Membersof County went over 131 per cent our state of of the company's home Sen Lawton Chiles D-Fla. agreed to assist statewide sightseers.A .
the Council will each call of its Cancer Crusade goal said. "Unfortunately many office its officers and'the "It surpasses our greatest Mrs. Chiles said distributing board of trustees made
about 50 women in Starke. and got a 95 per cent responsein our those senior who citizens hit are the among hardest names of other investors expectations. The people of informational brochures and of Floridians sets policy
and aska the Cancer Prevention are will be able to be creating public awareness of V
Brooker or Hampton ," he added. should be. sought. "If the Florida very oversees its developeent the'U
few simple questions.The Study last fall. The Public company refuses to divulgethis proud of their state house in the project and need for funds. operations.The .
One form of the schemes
questions are: Health Nursing Advisory involves coin-operaled vending information drop it like a Washington" says Mrs. Allan Keen of Winter Park is townhouse is I!
Have you ever heard of a Council was also machines or display hot brick." Chiles of the renovation to state chairman of the Jaycee just one block from the U.
Pap Test? congratulated on having the which the "Consumers should also date. effort. Other groups and Capitol grounds across
.Have you ever had a Pap best loan closet in north cases promises to place in company a strate- check the company's reputation She also announced the organizations have also street from the
Test? Florida. location near the franchise with the Division of hiring of a director to manage agreed to assist with brochure Court Building the Library
Have you had a Pap Test in gic purchaser's home. Consumer Services or other Florida House operations. He distribution. The Florida State Congress and the '
the past 12 months? Guests at the September "The then consumer protection agenciesat is Michael S. Mullin 27, of Chamber has offered full Shakespeare Library and
Was this the first time you meeting were Dr. Robert R. promises a company high volume of the state and local level" Daytona Beach. Mullin a cooperation. blocks from the offices t
ever had a Pap Test? Gillespy the new medical sales promises to stock thevending Bishop warns.FwTi1iwt1. political science graduate of "Florida House as set up members of the Senate ; I
director of the Public Health
Other questions will identifythe when it was incorporated by the House of
machine nr display!
Department for Bradford. the state to the : .
woman by age group e.hii belongs peopleof The building will
education and income. Clay and Union Counties: the the unsuspectingbuyer Florida." she explained l |
Tips Wood FinishingHOW receplion information
rakes in the profits, on ',
Rev. Ben Bryant of the First
The Pap Test is a simple Conner said. we prepared the charterso and a large living
test by which uterine Baptist Church and the Rev. that use of slate federal '
painless "There are often long or lounge area on the main : ..
cancer may be discovered Fr. John M. Flynn of the funds is prohibited." children's recreation
in : :
early when it is about 90 per Episcopal Church: Miss delays machines placing and or sometimesthe a "We want financial supportto restroom facilities : ::
cent curable. If more women Kathy Brown home extension come from many many caterer workroom on
got the Pap Test regularly the agent and her mother; Mrs. franchise purchaser just
Ruth Gage nursing con never hears from the company -
death toll of 13,000 a year in "
the United States could be cut. sultant and Nelson Williams again.
This is why the American executive director of the Conner said since many of
American Cancer Society the companies are out-of-
Cancer Society has started a
nation-wide program with the from Gainesville. state the cost of seeking legal
relief is prohibitive.
"We have cases where
retired couples have invested Mustang

1 DOES YOUR HOME LOOK LIKE A I operations their life and savings have ended in these up

1 losing every penny of the
money they had saved for re
tirement" Conner said. "And MOBILE HOMES
the said thing is, the com- : Inc ,
panies have often protected

language themselves in by the elaborate franchise I F' II 1650 N. Temple Ave. 96< -i 212

contract." "pad

Robert Bishop. Director of Sturke, Flu. Open 98l6 Sun.
the Department's Consumer
Services Division outlinedsome
steps to protect con- Your Mobile Home
sumers against the franchise

FROM ALL SIDES OF THE HOUSE? "Our advice is simply if ', a Shopping Center

MODERNIZE Adult Capers'" Featuring
Pine and other soft' woods make beautiful furniture as
lonG as you remember to handle with care. Soft woods arc Altair Ara Argo Boanza Bronzwood Capella Crescent

WITH A NEW To OrganizeThere very susceptible to denting. Draco ElmwoodSheffield
There is one easy way to raise minor dents and depressions -

.; from such woods-by steaming.
WEATHERTRONeREVERSE will I be an Simply place a damp cloth over the dent and hold a
organizational meeting.
Saturday September 15. 5 medium hot iron against the cloth. Year End Close Out

pm.. in the K.J.E. Gym. to For deep gouges: and cracks you'll need to mix animal
CYCLE HEAT PUMP CENTRAL formulate plans for a men's glue with sanding dust from the same piece of furniture. Several '
73s Choose From
city basketball league. Tamp in the mixture let cure and smooth with a razor, to
Anyone 16 years old and up
WARM YEAR 'ROUND COMFORT. and interested in playing is These and many other hints are contained in a 16-page 1973 1973 Draco
invited and urged to attend booklet "Tips on Wood Finishing.! Bronzwood
this important meeting For a free copy write Minwax Company Inc: Dept AC, Double Wide I
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TEY Revival Services Begin SundayAt Obituaries-' .H m

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/ By Elizabeth TerryCHURCH Hope Baptist Robert Myrick Samuel'Martin

Martin 43 of
Samuel James ,
Robert 52 of
, r services will beginat will be of the same length as attend services. died Myrick Starke died Sunday Sept. 9,
Starke Thursday
ACTIVITIES Mrs. Elsie Norman visited Sunday with their parents the Hope Baptist Church on the revival services and will Evangelist Deoram Bholanof after sudden illness. He in a local hospital after an
Faith;" Baptist Church her mother Mrs. Lissie Mr.and Mrs. M.A. Clayton In Sunday morning September be presented on the level of a Woodville, Texas, will be 6 was, born a in Hanceville Ala. extended illness. He was bornin
,Radio Program over WPXE Starling in Jacksonville St. Augustine. They broughtMrs. 16 and continue through child. This will not be a "baby preaching for these services. 12 and Alachua County on April 24,
Aug. was
Starke, 8 a.m. Sundays. Bible Sunday to Tuesday. Crews home Monday and Sunday night, September 23. sitting" operation but will bea He is a converted Hindu, being on 1921 maintenance 1930 was the manager of a
School 10 a.m. Worship Services Mr. and Mrs. Glen Starlingare spent the afternoon with her. Morning services will be spiritual service conductedby converted to Christianity at engineer employed at as the U.S. Post food store a member of the
11 and 7:30.: School on the proud oarents of a Mr. and Mrs. Winton conducted Monday through Mr. and Mrs. David the age of eleven. He is an Office in Starke. He Starke First Christian
Bible Doctrine Tuesday 8 daughter Melissa born Sept. Parrish of Avon Park visited Saturday at 10 o'clock. Hughes who are experiencedand outstanding Bible Scholar member of Pine Level Baptist was a Church,. and a veteran of
p.m. at Pastor's home. PrayerMeetlngl 5th in St. Vincent's Hospital.Mr. Mrs. Harold Eunice and Mrs. Evening services will begin at specially trained workersof thrilling and challenging his Church and American Legion World War II.Surviving .
Wednesday 7:30: and Mrs. James Anders Selma Eunice on Wednesday. : Child Evangelism listeners with his deep understanding Post 56.Surviving. are his wife
e Study. and children, of Palatka were Mr. and Mrs. Brooksey 7:30.A special "Children's Fellowship, Inc. of Florida. of the Word of his Norma Jean and one son,
Grace United Methodist guests of their parents, Mr. Futch, of Lakeland were Church Service", will be This special program for the God. His humble spirit along Vesta McRae Myrick are and wife his Douglas both of Starke; one
Church Sunday School 9:45: and Mrs. O. J. Anders Thursday dinner guests of conducted each night at 7:30: children along with the with his grasp of the Bible, mother Mrs. Susie Myrick brother Roy Martin
a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. Monday afternoon. their cousins Mr and Mrs. in the Church Educational nursery which will be keeps spirutual people comingto both of Starke daughter Waycross, Ga.; and two
i and 8 p.m. MYF Sunday night Mr. and Mrs. C. A. North Les McClellan. Another guestof Building for children who are provided for the "little ones", the services night after Mrs. Katherine: one Fitzpatrick sisters Mrs. Ila McCullough
at 6, followed by Choir and children; Mr. and Mrs. the McCIellans was their 6-12 years of aee.: This service will enable the entire family to night, according to Hope and one son, William Collmswood N.J., and Mrs.
I, Practice. Julius Beach of Jacksonville:; brother-in-law, Britt Rosier Baptist Pastor, Rev. Merle L. both of Arlington, Texas Myrick.and Mary Noegel Lake Butler.
United Methodist Women of Mr.and Mrs. Don Roberts and of Green Cove Springs, on Packham. ; Funeral services were held
the Church met Tuesday night famllyjof Lake City; Mr and Wednesday. .******************* I Special music and song will one Orlando brother Bishop Myrick at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the
at the home of Mrs. Robert E. F. Robertson and Mr.and Mrs. Bobby Daniels be provided at every service Funeral services were heldat First Christian Church with J.
Lee. Miss Arthurine Blanchard Mrs. Edith Swinney gatheredat and family of Quitman Ga. by the church choir as well as 4 Saturday in Jones C. Brown minister of
Vice President the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. spent Labor Day weekend # specials by the evangelist Memorial p.m. Chapel with Rev. ficiating. Interment was in
presided. The meeting was L. Swindell and family with their aunt, Mrs. A. C. rt" 1C -- who is also an accomplished John Strickland conducting. Crosby Lake Cemetery under
opened with prayer by Mrs. Monday for a picnic lunch. Kirkland and Calvin. Their ft ; singer.. Interment followed with direction of DeWitt C. Jones
Mr and Mrs. Sidney mother Mrs. Packham and the Home.
Truby Wainwright followed Sue Daniels ..O Pastor Masonic rites in Crosby Lake Funeral
Hansen Mr. and Mrs. Ken returned home r of the church extenda
with devotional by Mrs. Lee. them. members
DeWitt C. Jones
V Cemetery.
After a business discussion Martin and family of Mrs. Flossie Rosier c welcome to the public to Funeral Home was in chargeof
the meeting adjourned. Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. returned home Thursday froma By '' attend. arrangements.
Highland Baptist Church Clifford Martin and family 10-day visit with her sons-in-
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph law and daughters Mr. and Mona MarchantI
Worship Services 11 a.m. and Martin and family, enjoyed a Mrs. J. R. Jones and family # D.A. Monteitll
7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting Pot Luck dinner on Labor Dayat and Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. WISH I'D SAID
the home of their mother David A. Monteith 70
Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Carter and family of people are won a
Mrs. Walter Martin. guess What happened to our former resident of Starke
followed by Choir Practice. Columbia, S.C. dering what the Cracker Box THAT ,.-, ,
Mr. and Mrs. Lafayette Mr. and Mrs. Waldo really consists of, so I will tell marriageIs died Thursday Sept. 6, in Fort ==:;;::-
PERSONALSRay Carrol, of Jacksonville spent Pringle, of Worthington it lost and gone? Lauderdale.He e=;-
The Cracker Box is a
Well I still love
of Orlando Saturday afternoon with their Springs were last Sunday you had been an auto
Dorman column consisting of all the
and I know its shown. Ask
uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs. evening guests of Mr. and salesman in Fort Lauderdalefor
was a Thursday overnight BHS happenings this year. I
But if
guest of his sister Mrs. O. J. Anders. Mrs. Les McClellan. Rev. will be telling a lot of junior things are this way several years, and was a
Bryant Reddish. She went Mrs. C. R. Crews spent Walter Mathis of Middleburg. events because I am a Junior. maybeWe "Christopher Columbuswas member of the Episcopal CharleyE.
Labor weekend with her BernardRosier can get together some day. 'Church and the
Day and Mr. and Mrs. Masonic
home with him and spent the I will be also filling you in on I've said it and said it responsible for the think-
and again. Before
son-in-law daughter Mr. Lodge. moving to
long weekend with them and of Ft. Pierce, stoppedby the football of modern
upcoming games Your ing government. .
someone special to me. South Florida
and he
and Mrs.
Tommy Clayton after attending the was
they brought her home club meetings and just about
There is He didn't know where he was
son. While there they spent Dedication at Evergreen price on my associated with Alvarez Storein
Monday afternoon. all of the school activities;
for hedidn't
Baptist Church earlier.Mr. you. going when he started; Starke for many years. JohnsAbout
anything a student can get
and Mrs. Robert Rosierof When the clouds are white and know where he was
into. If have
KEYSTONE MELROSEUSINEU Jacksonville, visited their bug-in-the-ear you jazz any or the skies are blue when he got there; and he did Surviving is his wife, Sally
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim anything exciting that you That's the sign I've found it all on a government grant." of Fort Lauderdale; one This Question:
Rosier on Sunday. want to be published; even -Tony Beebe The Spencer- daughter Mrs. Margaret and
DIRECTORYFISHERMAN'S Mr. and Mrs. C. A. North McGriff of Gainesville; one "A Milwaukee
your name, please contact me ville (Ohio) Journal News.
and children of Jacksonville somewhere at the school. son, Joe Monteith political leader was sued
and Mr. and Mrs. S. L. The Cracker Box is a Thomasville, Ga.; two sisters, for $200,000 in a libel ac

SUPPLIES t HARDWARE GARDENSLIM'S Swindell and family were column consisting of all the ", :::::::::::''::'<::::: : :;i:,t Mrs. Henry Stott, Pottstown tion. The jury awarded
Wednesday evening dinner BUS happenings this year. I Pa., and Mrs. Ralph Hill
guests of their grandparents, The Bradford County will be telling a lot of junior CARD OF THANKS Spring City Pa.; and six 275.000.) Does this point up
t(JJ "UPIhe) HAMWAMAN Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Robertson, Telegraph will now be sold at events because I am a junior.I grandchildren. t the need for excess or um-
and mother Mrs. Edith the front school office starting will be also filling you in on :::::::::::::::.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.::::::::::: brella liability insurancefor
Fish -X'- Stuff Swinney. today. Please buy one so you the upcoming football I games, Funeral services were held business and professional -
ARNH UNTO J. C. Prevail Jr. of can read article and other club meetings, and just aboutall The family of Richard at 2 p.m. Saturday at the ?"
Liv Bolt A c_, .*. tin* .( H..... Gainesville spent Saturdaywith interesting my news we write. of the school activities; O'Neal wishes to thank our graveside in Crosby Lake ; people
Crlckli>Shinn.rs*Worms BENJAMIN MOORE PAINTS his parents Mr. and Mrs. anything a student can get friends and neighbors for the Cemetery with Rev. John
Minnow. Plumbing I, Electrical Sup Carl Prevatt. into. If you have any news, many acts of Kindness they Flynn conducting. Intermentwas Charley E.
Gr-Tn Fertiliser Chief and Mrs. Berry Watts bug-in-the-ear jazz, or have shown to us during our in the family plot under JOHNS AGENCY
TACKLERODSREELSFISHING In..ctlcl"o. of Mayport spent Friday to BHS Varsity Football team anything exciting that you recent bereavement.Mrs. direction of DeWitt C. Jones
& HUNTING Sunday with Chief and Mrs. B. want to be published; even Funeral Home. Masonic Rites
Lumb, has its first Friday night
& Building "'orlal.' game 131 So.. Walnut St.
LICENSES AMMUNITION McCulley find David. Ocala Vanguard witha your name please contact me Irene Fergerson& were conferred at the
ICE Hwy. 21 H. 200 ydi Fr.m Light Prank Wainwright of against dance afterward at the somewhere at the school. family graveside. Phone 964-5070

K.y.fon. H,,,. 473-4357 Kvytton H.igfiM 473-3463 Apopka spent Monday with his National Guard Armory with...-- I
mother Mrs. Truby Wain- Peace Machine playing

CAMP TRAILERS TELEVISION AIR COND wright. Please come and support our
Mr. and Mrs. Richard fighting Tornadoes for they

THEISES TV & guests Durban of of their Atlanta brotherinlawand Ga. were will defeat the Knights. Time is running out on

Robbie's Camp APPLIANCE: sister Mr. and Mrs O. J.
Boyette and family over the
Trailer SaUi Qtlir{ iii' weekend. They with the Any juniors interested in '

safety Low Gas C.G.' STERO Boyettes and Mr. and Mrs. selling cakes at the dance 73 Ford Clearance deals.
Raymond Durban of Mac-
Price and Gators on lot CAR AND PORTABLE Friday night please contact
clenny,went to Mirror Lake at Debbie Edwards.
Hi Low Exclusive TAPE DECKSCOMMERICAL Interlachen for the weekend.

Towing Insurance AND Miss Shirley Padgett of
RESIDENTIALJAMES' Lake Wales spent the weekend Your Ford Dealer is selling out his '73s at theyear's
'. PROP AIR with her uncle and aunt Mr.
J CONDITIONING Any poems are acceptabletoo
3.5 Mile S. Of Keystone, SALES & SERVICE and Mrs. Harry Wilkerson. ; the following poem is lowest prices. But it's late. Buy now while

475-20)5 Miss Dorothy Swanbom. written by Donnie Thomas: he still has selection
E a big of models and options.
KEYSTONE 473-4651 and Mrs. Walter Martin of> Your mad, that's plain to see,
Starke were Sunday dinner You don't speak: or even look Don't let Clearance Time run out on you I
of her brotherinlawand
sister, Mr. and Mrs.

Richard T. Lovorn KEYSTONE AUTO SERVICE Sidney Hansen. and Mr. and Mrs. B. L.
Mrs. S. L. Swindell went to Wilkison, Jr. and children of -
Ksg. Real Estate Broker Jacksonville Saturday afternoon Jacksonville spent Sunday
Front End Alignment Speed to be with Miss
afternoon with their parents
LAKE PROPERTIES Wheel Balancing Dianne Abood and family on Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Wilkison,
account of the death of her
Ait Conditioning Service Sr.
father James Abood.
Mr. and Mrs. George
e Brake Service
Shuford and family, Mr. and
INSURANCE 'Lubrication-OilChange Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wise of Mrs. Morris Kelley and
Hampton gathered at the family and Mr. and Mrs.
Kcyiton HII'". 4 7 3.3 2 54 Tune UpGoodyear home of their parents, Mr. and Danny Jackson visited Mrs.
473-4692 Tires Mrs. Ralph Wise on Sunday to Luther Hilliard in Methodist O D1:4
celebrate Bill's birthday. Hospital on Sunday. Mrs
Edna Kneppcr 4- ..U II Those helping to celebrate the Leon Starling sat with her that
Martha Durbin 4-362 1 BLK Off E, 21 and 1 BLK. occasion were Mrs. Purvin day. We are happy to report
Jim Fox 41-4148; N. Off 100 Brown and June Mr.and Mrs. that Mrs. Hilliard is betters\
C.B. McAfee: 4.3.40'\0( KEYSTONE HGTS. 473-4052 Mitchell Brown and Debbie Tommy Talley of South
Mrs. Johnny Brown and son, Daytona celebrated his birthday -
BEAUTY SHOP S. K.: McKa >. Realtor Mr. and Mrs., Larry Brown, anniversary on Sunday. ,0
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Norman Those helping him celebratethe ,
Nell' S.E. McKAY REALTOR and son Mr. and Mrs. Donny occasion were: Mr. and

Member of Society Wise and sons Tommy Wise, Mrs. J. C. Tye, Mr. and Mrs.J. .
Beauty Style Shot of Residential AppraisersServing Frank and Debris Pendarvisand B. Talley of Mr. and
'for a This Area For 26 Years Sheila Moslev. Mrs. ley of
Mrs. Jack Kuhne and
Gainesville Mr. and Mrs.
.Irs. Melba Ilgen 473-4740 children went to Green Cove John C.Tye,Jr. and daughter
Phone la.Ollor. Mrs. Dolores Gilmore 473-360C Springs Tuesday to help and Mrs. Pam Talley of South : .
celebrate her niece Linda Daytona.Mrs. .
Mrs. Joanne Gassett 475-1622 Dorman's birthday Mrs. Horace Cox of Waldo

; Mr. Leslie Robinson 4751035HomcsAcreageKentals Kuhne baked the cake. spent Monday with her
Mr. and Mrs. Ozzie Wiggins mother Mrs. P. L. Dinkins.
H.!flht* -
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Metros Office Phone 473-4816 -

Ray. Shall Grand Opening
Lanell's Boutique \
'; Wreckr Svrvlc oc
Styles and Accessories W. maniler ehonn 13 C.B.

For The Complete 24 HRS Chariotte'sCarpet

Hwy 21\Woman D.tw..n Service JM?

Krton k .1'00. Koy..ono

."-2211 i Day Call 473-3083
Nights 475-2838 Co.

PHI Dirt Sloctrlcol$ Contractor

Beach Sand Dell Electric Co. Gainesville Fla. ,

Cloy PHI Work James V. Bell, OwnerTractor (Charlotte & Henry Lunsford) ,.

Hank Brunlng CommercialResidential Sat. Sept. 15 9 to 5 P.M. ,


PHONE 473-4761 Electrical Repairs Fixtures- Poor Prize Reg. 96S Value .

P.O. BOX 41 T Range Hoods
LAKE GENEVA I Keystone Hgts. 473-3602 9x12 Bound Rug Opening Special :



INC.G.n.r.l Repairing i

GENERAL CONTRACTORSNIDor Engines Machla Rebuilt Shop pork $3" sq. Installed_ Starke,'Fla.

Licensed Insured a Aur.marl0lrsnsml.atoFeaturing ,...... e
Air Conditioning The Finest Cars Sold
The Linda Coda Home Tire Batteries Reg. 4.99 !

473- N. Sc Rd 21 473354 M0. -Sat.Fri.7:30 7t)0_ A.M.1 P...-.6 P.M 100% Polypropylene A Dealer You Can Trust

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B TELEGRAPH September 13. 1973

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- :. I f1WL I l :ii,: + ,r ,....N rrv : E 'HOME From Your Extension NOTES Home ..

.. .. .. .. .. rAZi Economics
,1' Agent.(1:
-G.r... I' BY KATHY \ ,

The Trustees Are NamedThe

STRETCHING YOUR FOOD The County Extension'
wheels of government grind perhaps both. Everyone will be givenan DOLLAR Office is your local source of".v x

slowlybut at long last the Governor's opportunity to share in this effort consumer Information. If you :

office has announced the appointmentof with the hope that it can be completedin Is the buying power of your need advice or information decisions for
any purchasing you
dollar ?
seven members of the Bradford time to be recognized as Bradford shrinking are about to make, please call,

County Historical Board of Trustees, County's contribution to the Bicen- i If so, there are things which write or visit me at my office.

under an act passed at the last tennial program in 1976celebrating you can do to slow or stop this Phone 964-6554; address: P. O.
of Nation. erosion! Be a smart shopper. Box 267, Starke; location:
legislative session, with an effective the 200th anniversary our
Take action before you go County Agriculture Center on
date of July 1. shopping, at food store, and on 301 North.
Under the bill enacted by the the way home.
The appointment of the trustees Legislature, the Historical Trustees We have publications and
marks a milestone in the rehabilitationand the Before Going Shopping other information to help you
continued of the historic old have broad powers, including Read foods ads. In an effort to to understand what to look for
use acquisition, restoration, and main- ,.w pIl 11 attract customers, food stores and consider in most any
courthouse of which will be
part tenance of historic landmarks, sites, offer specials (merchandiseat purchase, whether it is food,
rented as office space, with the rental buildings--commercial and residentialand reduced prices) and loss small appliances, or clothing.

monies plowed back into repair and other objects of historical interestin Federal Directors leaders (items sold below
maintenance of the building, and a Guaranty cost). These bargains are
Bradford County and surroundingareas.
advertised in the Wednesday
portion of the space used for the start CountyAgents
and-or Thursday newspapersand
of a Bradford County Museum. Study Plans for ExpansionGuaranty sometimes on TV and

The members of the board radio. Learn about such
The latter use has long been a dreamof bargains and take advantageof
those in the community who will receive no compensation for their them. Clip, save and use

recognize a need for preserving at services, other than the satisfaction of Federal Savingsand Construction on the additionas a little easier and more coupons which reduce food N oiehook
realizing their long-time ambition of Loan Association has well as renovation of the pleasant for both depositorsand prices.
least a part of the county's historical preserving the old courthouse, announced plans to add an existing building is scheduledto employees," says By
heritage in order that present and this month with a Plan for week.
the creation of additional 10,500 square feet to begin President Mizell. your menu a ..
with county
future generations know something of together a its home office at 220 North completion date of May, 1974. Build it around bargain foods. 1' :
Bradford County's proud and colorful museum, which could become a tourist Main Street, Gainesville.The Guaranty Federal Savingsand Make a shopping list. If Bobby ,
attraction, as well as a source of The firm of Adams and Loan opened for business known, organize list according /

past. education and entertainment for our addition will include Hunter has been retained as July 5, 1956. Assets now approximately to lay-out of store. Taylor L...., ... ;
feet of rental architect with John Van Mill
5,900 square 56 million Going back to the store for
under own citizens. for area businesses. Inc., as the contractor.
Acting powers provided by space dollars. forgotten items is expensive.
the legislature, the School Board Ultimately, there will be five Avoid shopping when hungryand
It is a great source of satisfaction to drive-up windows and an GF has branch 1 offices In leave hubby and childrenat September and October are
voted to deed the old cour-
recently "We hope these additionswill busy months for most our
elevator for more con Starke,Keystone and home. influence the
see this long-sought project finally !!Heights, They
thouse to the Board of Trustees. make transacting agricultural organizationsand i
venience, according to Gainesville and of
another non-essentials.
and in the
Although there have been many "getting off the ground, President B. F. (Bud) Mizell, business at Guaranty Federal construction in Gainesville. groups because new

delays in getting started with the months to come definite plans will be In The Store Stick to your programs are being initiatedand
successful activities of the
project. primarily due to legal announced for participation of shopping list. Depart from it being continued.
past are
everyone in the county who wants to only when you find a similar
technicalities involved in transferring
help, as many have already expresseda I food at a lower price. Compare Plans for the Seventh An-
property from one governmentalagency do. MR I IfS HISTORY I the unit cost of various nual Calf Scramble to be heldon
to another these obstacles desire to ... a aV
.... brands of foods, includingstore Saturday, September 29
have now been surmounted, and workon brands. Be sure they are are being carried out and it
the building is already in progress. In the meanwhile, everyone who has of the same quality. Use unit looks like this could be the
items or objects of historical interest pricing when available for best scramble ever. There is

Thanks to funds contributed by the relating to Bradford County is asked to (Items from the January 31, comparison shopping.! an opportunity for more
1890 issue of The Telegraph) people to participate this
County Commission, and labor con get them together and consider giving Read labels, know what you year. This activity is
tributed by the local National Guard themor at least lending themto the Umbrella China trees for There is not a vacant storein are buying. Check ingredient somewhat like our Bradford

unit, a suite of rooms has already been Historical Trustees for display in the sale at this office at from 10 Starke, and three new brick tables. Avoid paying for County Fair in that it involvesa
cents to stores are under construction. "built-in maid service' suchas
future museum. Now that the cour- 50 cents apiece. lot of people working
reconditioned for the State
use by
sliced cheese cut
together on a project that can
Employment Service, and other thouse has been made available for About a hundrt: crates of Mr. and Mrs. Turk and son, chicken, shaped meat patties benefit our people as a whole.

agencies have expressed interest in this purpose, there is ample room for strawberries leave Starke of New York State, have prepared or partially

occupying space in the building as storage of such items which are every day by express. Starke.arrived for the winter in prepared foods. Bureau Our Bradford Board of County Directors Farm are
additional rooms are renovated. As the rapidly becoming scattered or The beauty of Madison Mrs. E. are Strong stoppingwith and Buy grade and quality best busy making plans, for the
under other civic destroyed. Any such items may be left suited for intended Annual Meeting to be held
project gets way, Street is marred by a lot of old family.Mr. your
groups, as well as individuals, will now at the Bradford County lumber piled in the ditch.If purposes. Buy by cost per Saturday, October 20th. Over
want to share in this important Telegraph, or at least listed for future S.J. Temple reportsthe serving. Remember one 400 Farm Bureau Families
either through pickup when the museum is actually in you can't keep your The white teachers of Melrose and Green Cove pound of hamburger provides are expected to attend this
community project, sidewalk in repair, take it up Bradford county are railroad completed and ready 4 servings. One pound of spare event. Plans are also
contribution of funds or laboror operation. and get it out of the way. requested to meet me at for business. He took a trip ribs serves two people. developing for the construction -
Orange College in Starke on over its entire length last Compare various forms of the of a County Farm
The lucky ticket 1010 has not Monday the third day of week in company with others. same food, keeping in mind Bureau building for our
called for the music box at February at eleven o'clock. intended purposes. For members.The .

I The Business; of The PeopleThe Truby, Sternburg & Co. The object of the meeting will example, compare fresh Bradford-Union Cat-
then be explained. Every peaches with canned or tlemans Association will be

w A Courtland platform spring teacher is expected to be frozen. meeting tonight at7:00p: .m. in

Ervin Committee hearings are Again, those who would dismiss cheap wagon for can cash.be Inquire purchased at this present.-J.superintendent.Mr. L. Hill Shop for meat by cost per Starke.the Agriculture We reported Building a numberof in

scheduled to resume next Tuesday in Watergate as a "stupid caper" in- office. serving and consider less times this spring about the

spite of the protests of those who say volving only the burglary of S.P. Temple reports expensive cuts organ meats work our cattlemen put into a
and meat substitutes such
they're bored with the whole businessand Democratic political headquarters, Mr. H.S. Walker will build a phosphate lands in South Married beans and cheese for as their 4-11 and FFA steer show
residence his lots : eggs, ,
besides... they'd rather watch must not have been doing their Walnut Street upon on Florida on a big boom and thata some of weekly meals. Buy and sale and what a success
as the
soon as
of this event was. The cattlemenare
number sales have been
soap operas. homework, or how could they be so lumber can be gotten out. made near his town of Abbot On Thursday eveningJan. only the amount of food which already talking about the

unaware of its full significance? during the past week. 17, at the residence of the you can use before it spoils. 1974 Show and know they have

President Nixon would also (quite Rev. Shans the' new pastorof brides mother, Mrs. Jones, by Buy produce from stands, their work cut out for them if

understandably) like to get the How can they airly dismiss the arrived the Methodist with his family church and, has is Rev.Wynn J.B.to Miss Davis Lucy, Mr.Jones N.D. farmers' outlets, etc when in it is to be as good as the last

Committee out of the picture and turn catalog of charges which includes: located in Sharpe house. season and prices are low. Use show.

the matter "over to the courts" whileat conspiracy, approving or carrying out On Sunday night, Jan. 19, at "food stretching" ideas suchas Cattlemen are also concerned .!

the same time defying court orders felonious crimes, directing political County commissioners helda the residence of the bride's buying day old bread at about the current beef
and called meeting pn Tuesday, RdfD father, Mr. O. M. Alvarez, reduced prices. Combine and food situa tion. They do not
withholding evidence that would bl'
sabotage and espionage, forging the object of which was to, Rev. N. S. Wainwright, Mr. reconstituted powdered milk like to see prices get out of line
make it a lot easier for the courts to defamatory documents, counseling the bond of Sheriff S. Whitehead to Miss Frances with fresh whole milk, etc. because it makes their {

bring the criminals to justice. At the perjury, destroying possible criminal Alvarez. Alvarez.On management decisions dif
same time Mr. Nixon condescends to evidence, bribing witnesses to remain STOE$ Carrying Your Groceries ficult. Their main concern is
that he might obey a ruling by the Mr. Walter Wills has pur- Tuesday evening Jan. Home Carry foods directly that they need to make a fair
say silent, soliciting illegal campaign chased of Mr. N.J. Jones home from the food store. return on their investment \
21 at the residence of
Supreme Court on the matter of White contributions "laundering" huge I.W. Handle refrigerated and
another lot on Walnut street Sweat, Rev. J.B. Davis officiating and labor. Most cattlemen
House tapes if it is "definitive" enough bundles of cash through foreign banks, upon which he will erect a Mr. J.W. Hodges to- frozen items with extremecare realize that the cattle business

to suit his taste. and transferring them at secret dwelling house at once. Don't lower the town tax Miss Fannie Powell. Mr. special to prevent care to thawing.fragile items Give is is get-rich-quick thing it '
rendezvous, proposing that tax until the streets are in good Hodges is our young and such as eggs, glass con- that requires
Our defines definitive The new railing to the condition until popular merchant and Miss careful attention and "
dictionary as collectors harass political "enemies, Starke has fire tainers.At .
counter of the bank is a great Fannie the management at every turn to
until youngest daughterof
"decisive, conclusive, and final. influence protection, the drainage be
trying to a judge during a improvement and makes the is Tate Powell, M.D. economically successful.A .
system complete and until Home Store foods
Somehow, we always thought that any crucial trial, and suppressing evidencethis interior of the building look the town is cleaned carefully and correctly. Cook
up. lot of discussion and
decision of the U. S. Supreme Court more like a bank than ever.
( by the President himself) that only amounts need for meals. speculation is going on this
was decisive, conclusive, and finalbut might be important and needful to The prisoners escaped from 2 Named Use any leftovers or freeze for week about what will happento
Mr. Nixon has so far refused to give prosecutors.A Mr. W.H. Rivers has purchased the jail last Saturday night. later use. Eat at home. Foods the price of live cattle and
date bales of
to 750
up Jail is of such
his definition of definitive, as if even breaking eaten away from home cost the price of beef. Nobody
cotton this season and expectsto Board
Methodist Bishop, Joel D. Mc- common occurrence in this more than home prepared knows for sure what will
the dictionary must yield to his make it 1,000 bales before
county that it fails to excite
executive order. David, put it well the other day when the season is over. comment. Of Chamber foods. happen because so many
he said, "National scandals that have things are involved. My guessis
hit this could not continue The New River country has that we will see a slight
Those who have been so critical of country proven itself the boss Charles Schmitt, managerof increase in both the price of
without the approval of those who are DeWitt C. Jones Funeral '
the Ervin Committee hearings, strawberry section of the slaughter cattle and the retail l'
portraying them as a Democratic gripped by a sense of false county. Mr. R.S. Rentz sent to Home, and Bill Glover, LettersCRUELTY price of steak and other beef
recently returned for another
patriotism... When we hear the our sanctum this week the products. Then the prices
gimmick to get revenge on stint as manager of the Starke should level out to about the
argument that the end justifies the ru largest strawberry of the
Republicans, seem to forget, or ignorethe season. It is a new varietyand Holiday Inn, were named to current level.
fact that some of the most militant means,too many of us nod our heads in the Board of Governors of the
approval... Many of the principal the berries grow so high Chamber of Commerce last TO ANIMALS I do not see how prices can
interrogation the committee has that clean
on they are kept
Thursday. drop too much from the
characters of the 'drama of corruption'
come from members of the President'sown without mulching. The adventof Dear Editor: current levels because of
are church people who avow their faith the new railroad throughthis Schmitt Ron
replaces total
political party.Againdisputing today's costs of
and affirm their creeds... Manipulationof section of the county will Caimano, former manager of don't In my seem opinion to understand, some people the production, processing,
and bring out many here-to-fore the Inn who has been
courts to suppress evidence Holiday distribution and marketing.Our .
the claim that the undiscovered kind of laws we have against
resources. transferred to Brooksville ina
failure to strongly investigate cruelty to animals. For this system dictates that
is vendettais
a partisan
switch with Glover. Glover
must make
everyone a
the fact (apparently forgotten) that violators in high places causes us to Rev. W.S. Simpson-Atmore, replaces Don Hill who has reason I wrote to they are to stay in business.I profitif .
there would be no investigation at ail- wonder about our system of justice... rector of the Episcopal churchat moved to Ocala after Tallahassee. Now I have the
indeed the nation has dodged discipline, Gainesville, Fla. will visit receiving a promotion from papers,and would like to have won't say anything about
the full truth of
Watergate evaded ethics and minored in morality Starke on Friday Feb. 7th, to his firm, the Independent Life one section of this law printedat processing, distribution or
would never have come to light if it Mr. J.W. Hodges is fitting remain several days. He will Insurance Co. Both Schmitt this time. marketing now, but in-
had not been for a fearless Republican until as a nation we face mass up his store building hold services while here and and Glover are to fill the dications are that costs of

judge, John J, Sirica, who wasn't corruption." preparatory to moving in. fa will be glad to see all who are unexpired terms.In "Sec. 828.12Cruelty to production will tend to in-
afraid to tell wit U.D. Miner, the jewelry mal, interestea in organizing an Animals: Whoever unnecessarily crease rather than go down in
some Watergate Well said Bishop McDavid. Let's is hunting a location. Episcopal mission in this city. other action at the Sept. 6 overloads, the immediate future. Land

nesses he "just didn't believe" them, continue until we cut out the of He will make his hpnriquar- Chamber Board of Governors overdrives, tortures, torments values, taxes, feeds, fertilizers -
and then proceeded to crack the case corruption if it takes half cancer Mrs. Josiah Lewis died at ters at the residence of J.L. meetingThe : deprives of necessary and all the other cost
a dozen her home at Wateroak items of
wide open. Frazee. sustenance or shelter, or production up and no
committees and the courts to boot.miiiij Monday,the 27th inst. and was board declined to join unnecessarily or cruelly relief is in sight.

buried at Santa Fe Church Mr. C.T. Doremus, the Ocala chamber in a driveto beats, mutilates or kills any
cemetery on Sunday. representing W.H. Lipscomb clear the Oklawaha River, animal, or causes the same to Just one example of what
&Co. of New York is a hustler. between Moss Bluff and the be done, or carries in or upon our cattlemen and other
The strawberry industry of Already he is the most popularman St. Johns River, of Im- any vehicle, or otherwise, any farmers face as they try to
our county is pediments to boating. animal in cruel inhuman to
Co U assuming vast in town and receives the a or respond increased demand.
4 proportions, ,coming closelyup lion's share of berries for New Board members were manner, shall be guilty of a Rye grass seed for a winter
to the cotton in net profits, misdemeanor of the first grazing crop was about $12.00
York. His house has the best given raffle tickets to a side of
yj att.tsu ra p4 and this is all money which a of references. Beef to be given at the degree, punishable as per hundred pounds last fall
few years ago was not even upcoming calf scramble.away provided in Sec.775.082 or Sec. Today, the cheapest seed
OC n OTJQN thought of.The grape industrywill 775.083." available is $26.00, with some
be fully as paying in a few -The board was told the quote as l high as $35.00 per
BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER years. Those who put out the August Bradford Im- Later, I hope to print other hundred pounds.If .

Publi sher a first vines will be the lucky provement Award went to the provisions of this law,and alsoto
Published each Thursday and entered aa Second CIa. Matter at the'Post Office at Starke, ones. Lawtey Volunteer Fire have an investigator to look you are a cattleman or
Fla. under Act of March 3, 1979 Department for its new fire into some of the abuses of farmer,make your plans (and

Subscription in Mr. R.S. Powell is the happy house. animals now occuring in place your orders) as early as
rate area: $6 per year; 13.50 aix month

Phone 964-6305 Outside trade area: $7 per year: 14.00 aix month. Stark, Fla. cing father baby not, but only of of two one of them-boun- hN,6''NI'n $105-Members to voted to donate Bradford County possible.rye, clover Consider and other rye winter grass,

the first twins F. M N..Nnti purchase one new -Mrs. W. L. GeigerTheressa forage
born in Starke uniform for the grasses to help cut
for many a day. Band. High down your winter feed bill.

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HAMPTONThere By Josephine Fontaine CommunityNews


REGISTER FICTITIOUS will be a public hearIng Hampton School Enrolls 174 that her Fifth Grade studentsare
NAME trip recently back to her old on 20 doing a unit on Indian
home town in Harriman at 10:30 at the Bradford Hampton Elementary School culture. They are presently
Notice Is hereby given that completed the Involved In constructing an Indian -
Tenn. There she enjoyedmeeting regarding the second week of
Mr and Mrs. Paul Prescottand
the undersigned, Jeannette visited Mrs. up with friends at the Protein Plant near Hampton. school with an enrollment of ceremonial village. The
Warren, sole owner, P. O. Box Johnny 174 students. children are enthused about
Church she
Prescott's Mrs. Nellie used to attend. In Residents are urged to be pre
723 Starke Fla. mother making tools bowls, costumes -
32091, intendsto
engage in business under Pringle, and Mrs. Prescott's a few days Mr. McDavid sent and give their views on Mrs. Connie Clark, first and other necessities By Elizabeth inns; Walker
sister Miss Emma Pringle in joined his wife. They enjoyeda this matter.
the fictitious name, JEAN. visit with Mrs. McDavid's grade Instructor Is working for primitive life.
NETTE'S WIG SHOP at 126 Lakeland over the Labor Day brother and sister-in-law, Mr FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS with Mrs. Katherine Wiggle- Mrs. David Canova's KIn- DELL CHAPTER OES Circle will celebrate the birth-
North Court Street, Starke weekend. and sworth this year on an dergarten class have adjustedto days of Mrs. Rebecca Allen,
Mrs. T. S. Pridemore, at Allen J. Lare and
Fla., 32091 and that she will Relatives enjoying a get- their home Watts The Improved safety program. school life In a remark- Dell Chapter 168 OES will Mrs. Emma McKay, and Mrs.
register said name with the together at the home of Mr. Lake. wife, of Miami were over-Mrs. Mrs. Clark reports that a ably orderly fashion. meet Thursday, Sept. 13, at 8 Sarah Prince in the church
Clerk of the Circuit Court, and Mrs. J. C. Ramsey on Mr. and Mrs. McDavid also night guests of Mr. and Florida Highway Patrolman Is The general atmosphere at p.m. in the Masonic Hall on library Friday night; Prayer
Bradford County Florida Thurs., Aug 31, were: Mrs. Arthur Bruno and family. scheduled to visit the schoolon the school Is cooperative between Brownlee St. All members
visit with .
enjoyed a Mrs.McDavld's
Jeannette Warren sole Nell Ross, Mrs. Beulah Perry September 14 to outline a the Principal, Mr.Casey please attend. Plans are in the Band meeting. Saturday
Dated this and Mrs. Merle Hinnant of brother-in-law and Bill Fralich has moved from special project to emphasize for the annual activity dinners will be sold from the
owner. 11th day of sister, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. He all the school personnel making
July 1973. 9-13 4t 10-4 Melrose; Mrs. Maude Hampton to Highway bicycle pedestrian and play- and the students. Besides the "Feast of the Five kitchen. Sunday is regular
Pruitt at
Robinson Mrs. Oreon family will surely be missed by all pastoral day, starting with
be soon.
ground safety. concern of dedicated teachers Tables to presented
Johnson Angela Johnson and Crossville, Tenn. Then theMcDavid's his friends In Hampton. Mrs. Wigglesworth attendeda the students have an excellent Each member is asked to Sunday School at 9:30.: Mor.
Sanders of Gainesville.Mrs. on to their at 11. Dinner
Nancy ning service
School Health Coordinators with this effort.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Pearl Markey accompanied mountain home in Highlands, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Mer- library with Mrs. Maureen cooperate served at 12:30.: Evening
FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL Mr. and Mrs. N.C, where they stayed the cer and family of Miami Workshop during the summer Paul In charge. Mrs. Paul Service, 6pm.Ebenezer .
months. She Intends to utilize Invites all students and their ADULT CLASSESAll
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BRAD- Marston Jordan and daughterof following week. were visiting Mr. and Mrs.
the knowledge gained with activities interested adults arer
to visit the
parents libraryand
FORD COUNTY. Adklns the first of the Church
Keystone to J.G. Baptist ,
Mobileir.Ala. to Improve the health see all the excellent books invited to attend classes in the
Mrs. Ell- Davis
There they spent week. On Thursday of Bradford Rev. Leroy pastor.
CASE NO.DONNA of Waldo and and safety of students. and other learning aids avail- various areas Bible Class each Tuesday
Mr.and Mrs.W.A.Bishop. All zard Rahme, For information call
D. VARA Wife. enjoyed a few days on the and Mrs. George Tet.stone Mr. and Mrs. Fred Albright, Mrs Carol Shields reports able. 964-6150 County. or 964-6683. night. Prayer Meeting
Petitioner, and GLENN K. VARA, beach. cordially invite all of Miami, were guests of Mr. Thursday night. Sunday
Husband-Respondent x Mrs. Fred McDavid took a relatives to a family reunionin and Mrs. Adkins. Mrs. Albright School 9:45: ; Morning Serviceat
Brooker Sun. Sept. 30 at the will be remembered as Cool and Nutritious DrinksSTRAWBERRY Greater Allen Chapel AME 11. Evening Service 7 p.m.
NOTICE OF ACTIONTO tJrrs. Sr..srrrrrrrrs Sr.. home of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Alta Rahme of Hampton. Church Rev. B. C. Williams New Bethel Baptist Ohurch,
Tetstone. Bring a covered dish pastor. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Rev. Leroy David pastor.
: GLENN K. VARA SENIOR and enjoy fellowship together. Mrs. Miriam Kelly, of Win- Morning Worship at 11. Choir Tuesday night rayer.
2049 Cherry LaneChesapeake. Friends are welcome too. ter Haven and Mr. and Mrs. COOLER Union will be held in Lake Meeting Wednesday night,
Virginia 23323 CITIZENS C.E. Adkins of Oklawahawere 1 cup reconstituted Carnation instant nonfat dry milk Butler at 3 p.m. Sunday. Bible Class at 7:30.: Sunday
NEW ARRIVAL visiting relatives Hampton ''h cup fresh or defrosted frozen strawberries Evening service, 530.: Junior School 10 a.m., terminating
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an .. .. Tuesday and Wednesday.Mr. 1 tablespoon sugar Choir practice each Thursday, services for the day. The
action for divorce has been filed Congratulations to Mr. and and Mrs. John Haslett 1 scoop strawberry or vanilla ice cream 8p.m. Association will be held on the

against you and you are requiredto Bradford County Senior Mrs. Kenneth Starling on the Jr. are spending a few weeks Blend milk strawberries and sugar together with rotary Men's Day activity is in the 4th Sunday in September.

serve a copy of your written Citizens called a meeting to birth of a son, Kyle Darren, on with Mrs. Vaughan. Mrs. beater, mixer or blender. Chill. Just before serving, pour planning stage and will ter-
defenses if any, to it on R. launch a North Central August 11. He joins two Marrlon Veltman and son Ed- Into 12-ounce glass and top with ice cream. minate Oct. 14, All membersare the OId1'vmuJ
Franklin Pitch Plaintiff's attorney Florida Council of Senior brothers Randy and Kevin. die have returned to Illinois asked to cooperate with
whose address is P. 0 Box 1113, Citizens. They came, not to Maternal grandmother is and John Robert Haslett ni this activity. i/J
Gainesville, Florida, on or before complain about their Mrs. Betty Witt, of Brooker; has returned to Colorado l
October 8, 1973, and file the problems but to decide what to and paternal grandparentsare Springs Air Force Academy. SPICED MILK Greater Bethlehem )
original with the court either do about them and how to do Mr. and Mrs. Roy Starlingof 4 cups reconstituted Carnation instant nonfat dry milk'h Freewill Baptist Church, Rev. _
before service on plaintiffs attorney it. Delegates present were Graham. CARD OF THANKS teaspoon cinnamon Jasper Williams pastor. The :
or immediately thereafter; Anita Tassmari Gainesville, _,,__ The family of Ralph M. 'h teaspoon nutmeg activity of Ushers Board No. 2 TflL' Q
otherwise, a default will be entered Executive Director of Vaughan wishes to thank all teaspoons sugar and 3 began weekly services. ,
for the relief MADISON STREET their friends for the kindnesses Senior Choir rehearsal each
against you Alachua County Older Blend ingredients with rotary beater mixer or blender. "Just because things
demanded in the Complaint or Americans Council Inc.; BAPTIST CHURCH shown during the Illness Tuesday night. Prayer go
Chill for at least one hour. Makes four 8-ounce servings.
is indication
Petition. Sally Kilgore,Sec.; Zeia Sapp, and death of Mr. Vaughan. Meeting Wednesday night. wrong no you
WITNESS my hand and seal of V. Pres.; E. Albright Susie Sunday School 9:45: ; Thursday, Sept. 13, the Ladies must go with them."

this Court on 7th day of Sep Andrews, and Carrie Murray Morning Worship, 11; Church -------
tember, 1973. from Lake City, William Training, 6:15: ; WMU Prayer
Maxwell, Hampton; Emery Circle, 7:15: ; Evening Service,
Gilbert. Brown Batman Green Cove Springs; 7:30.:
Clerk of Circuit Court and our own Executive Board. Monday Acteens, 5:30: ; EveryDayLowPricc: EveryDayLowPriccl FOOD
Youth Choir
Supporting Delegates were 7pm.
By: Beulah M. Moody Rep. Frank Williams Pat Tuesday Bible Study, 10
Deputy Clerk Farnsworth, Dir. CUBB and a.m. FLORIDA GRADE 'A' pantry

Lee Clowers, Program Wednesday Family Night GRIND
9-13 4t 10-4 Consultant Div. of Economic 6:30: p.m.; Prayer Meeting FRESHFRYERS PrideREGULAR FAIR
Opportunity Tallahassee. Mission Friends, Preteen PERKCOFFEE
Keynote address by Joe Bible Study 7:30: ; Adult Choir,
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF to Income Thursday Youth Bible
Sen. Cits., pointed ,
sUi ::;
FLORIDA BRADFORD IN COUNTY.AND FOR a National Health Insurance Study 8 p.m. '

Plan to cover man, woman
CIVIL ACTION and child Health Care locally, Denton Sumrall, Pastor 32O S. WALNUT ST.

Case CLINTON No. 73.227 ERVIN DAUGHERTY & Generic prescriptions names, and tran-on WHOLE LB 7:5C: ".,WI,,.wa.ow.a.aooow.a...oxu..u.. .. ..,". ou.wnn.000,wwuweo
LOSSIE W. DAUGHERTY, his sportation, an immediate Cancer 59c .,.."......10
wife Plaintiff, ADOPTION, concern, thru Federal or local B BAG I w i vt pleased 'to iccept
Defendant. funding. Crusade BAG U.S.D.1.FOOD STAMP
NOTICE OF SUIT- Statewise, we discussed the COUPONSLEAN
NO PROPERTYTO $10,000 Homestead Exemptionthru
: Shirley Ann Daugherty, 1424 a Bill H.R. 2227 in- AwardsCancer

1-2 Fla. Kathlean Road, Lakeland, troduced Rep.by Gibson Rep. Williamsand Orlando MEATY SLICED 1/4/ i SMOKED

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Legal Aid for the elderly, poor Crusade awards pre- FRESH PORK
an action for Adoption has and veterans. sented and 1973-74 programswere PORK LOIN I PORK I :''
been filed against you and you The word is Unity of Actionto discussed at the annual
are required to serve a copy of co-ordinate our demands to luncheon of the Bradford BUTTS
your written defenses if any to Federal and State Legislators.This County Unit of the American IIIMRi ; CHOPS !; SHOULDER

it, on the plaintiff's attorney, is our first faltering stepto Cancer Society on August 21.
whose name and address is activate our public servantsas I PICNIC' STYLE
2 TO
Hon. George H. Pierce, P. O. to our needs. We propose a Three very successful programs -
Drawer 1080, Starke, Florida, meeting every three monthsto In 1973 were the fund 4 TO 99 C 3 LB S 9g ; 6T0 88 C
and file the original with the analyze and review our raising Crusade, the local
clerk of the above styled courton work. Cancer Prevention Study and 8 LBS PKG. 8 LBS LB
or before September 24, Galloping inflation is eating the local patient services program -
1973; otherwise a judgementmay into our vitals. We can't strikeor The Crusade made 131%
be entered against you for picket but we can petitionand of goal, with $3,893 raised. EvcryDayLowPrkeMEAT EvcryDayLowPrke EveryDayLowPriccPLUMMOSE EvcryDayLowPrkeLYKES EvcryDayLowPrke
the relief demanded in the write to Washington and Bradford County volunteers CARNATION
complaint or petition. Tallahassee and VOTE. returned 95% of their ques- Freezer QueenDINNERS SAUSAGE SLICEDBOLOGHA
WITNESS my hand and the seal Quote from Congress of tionnaires In the Cancer Prevention INSTANT
of said Court on August 22, Senior Citizens Newsletter, Study, ROLL DRY MILK
1973. "Behind us are decades of
GILBERT BROWNAs indifference and hostility rIi
Clerk of said Court toward social progress. For Mrs. Arlln McKnlght .public 159PUHCH
the sake of all Americans we health nurse reported on ser-
By: Beulah M. MoodyAs pray that the elected leaders, vices for twelve cancer pa-
Deputy Clerk National and State, have the tients. Local services avai- NESTLE 1
(Court SeaDS) -30 4t 929 wisdom and courage to improve lable Incline eoulnment loans McCormick ; 1

the intolerable con- transportation, dressings, and
ditions that are plaguing some nursing care. The BradfordCounty SKILLET i Chocolate i
of the elderly In the United loan closet, operatedby ; LAUNDRY
States." the Public Health Nursing
CIRCUIT BRADFORD, COUNTY.IN AND FOR plementary Security Income the best In north Florida. | QUIK DETERGENT
All elderly
Program. per- DINNER, HELPERS
CASE NO. sons now receiving Old Age Cancer education 1

Assistance local or State Payments Welfare Dept.from Bradford limited County last much year to & VARIETIES' ; O< ; 840z / 99
Re: Estate of ALVIN were pretty 3/li2LBf may,,,] f/7ArDArl
Office will be automatically .
the public schools. About 20 YOUR {
deceased.EVERETT McKINNEY, JR., plementary transferred Income to the Program.Any Sup-. percent of the school materials childrensaw CHOICE i IrWPR/Cff/ m OASST 1 BOX

films and other
older not
creditors of the estate of person available from the American
Old Assistancewith
ALVIN EVERETT McKINNEY, receiving a monthly Age income from Cancer Society office In Gain BonutBuySWIIT BonusBuyU. BonusBuy BonusBuy EvcryDayLowPrke

JR., deceased, are hereby any source of less than $130 esville. Programs for adults row CROP KLEENEX
notified and required to file any month or a couple with a are solicited from local A MlllOW S. NO. 1

claims or demands which they per monthly income of less than churches and clubs. Golden Rip* WHITEPOTATOES YELLOWONIONS ;' WESTERN PRINT

may have against said estate in $195 a month should apply CARROTS TOWELSLIBBY'S
the office of the circuit Judge of NOW to the local Social Crusader certificates for BANANAS

Bradford County, Florida, i n the Security Office for inclusion in the volunteers who worked In ,
courthouse at Starke, Florida, the Supplementary Income the residential drive were received 10 ROLB <
i i within six calendar months from program when it becomes by Father James Cre- BAG
, the date of the first publication effective Jan. 1, 1974." behalf of Mrs. H.H.
I of this notice. Each claim or "RELATIVE SUPPORTAND Adams, Evelyn Hamilton, LAMBRECHT Frozen i i BORDEN'S INSTANT
! demand must be in writing and PROPERTY LIEN Bertha McCulley Mrs. David
must state the place of residence ABOLISHED. Whether the .Montgomery and Jane Wat- ; ; Breakfast
I and post office address of the person is now on OAA or not, son. PIZZA :
claimant and must be sworn toby the receipt of a Federal
I the claimant, his agent, or his payment will not impose the President Lillian Stump re Pineapple :
attorney, or it will become void onerous requirements of celved the certificates for PEPPERONI-120Z CHEESE DRINK

according to law. securing support from their Charles Francis, Mouse to SLICED CHUNK J OR 14oz SAUSAGE
Dated this 20th day of children or the imposition of a College chairman; the Starke i
August, A. D. 1973.MYRTIE lien on his real property (i i.e., Auxiliary Police; and Mrs. CRUS PACK
H. McKINNEY give the government the first Margaret Miller, treasurerand 15.5oz SHIED j YOUR I 32oz
Administratrix of the Estate of claim on funds realized from memorials chairman. A h& 1m"" 99
ALVIN EVERETT McKINNEY, the sale of his-her m., "rnar!
property sword trophy for Frances Jen- f mm" BTLS.r.
CANS ; .
JR., deceased when they die.") klns recognized her as the i CHOICE ,unx::,:.

This is a far cry from the volunteer with the most yearsof

8-23 4t 9.13SCHOOL proposed $4,500 per year in- service In the Cancer EvcryDayLowPrke EvcryDayLowPrkeBAMA Every DayLowPrkPintry EvcryDayLowPrke V EveryDayLowPrkc
come for a married couple Crusade. _
and$3,000 per year for a single PET Prid*

SWILL BIDS person at the White House Miss Stump received a gold APPLEJELLY Toaster POUND
Conference but it is COFFEECREAMER ENGLISH
ASKED on Aging, pen as Crusade chairman;Father ;
a step in the right direction Cregan accepted a swordof Pastries CAKE MUFFINS

The Bradford County School although it hardly meets or hope lapel pin; and Mrs.
bids on swill to catches up with today's and McKnight accepted a certificate
< <
be pick up daily from the future plaguing inflation.Don't .nextmeetingTues.Sept.11lp for her work In patient 239 3/97
seven school cafeterias in the forget our services.
county. at the will be held at the Civil Those present adopted resolution
Bids will be opened a -
Defense Bldg. 830: Edwards ---------------" ;; ;---
October 2 school board to support the Uterine CvcryDayLowPrtc'r 'CvcryDayLowPrke EvcrytayLewPrlc* tDsylosrPrke -
meeting. All bids must be Road. Rep. Frank Williamswill Cancer Task Force, with the Pantry Pride I JUNI BOV LIBBY'S BRECK

received in the office of address us with the aid of goal of a Pap test for every I INSTANT.10olCOFFEE I PEANUTBUTTER .SECRET"n..'__'_.' SHRAMPM00 or
Superintendent Jim Temple charts and slides. It will be a adult woman by 1978. Local CORN......... OIODOIRANT HAIlTsPRAYas RINSI
before 9 a.m. on Tuesday Oct. very interesting meeting.Joe groups Interested In health I ma ; and JIllV .A..a....._,"........." '

2, to be considered. will be asked to help get this WITH" THI owo..ro.u">COUPON... AT .*NTHVNIOI I ,18., 59 .ou' 5/$1 CA as 69 C'..s 3lLEGALS '
9-6 2t 9-20 project started this fall. COUPON JU COoC'
Kerrigan -r.rr.r.rrr-r-J

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The Sweetest Slraivkerrle TM Side of Heaven

Tornadoes Not
Page 10 TELEGRAPH September 13, 1973 AggressiveSay

BHS QuicknessMust Coaches Of Jamboree

Bradford High gridders lost middle put on the !speed and
one and won one of the two went! for 55 yards to the Hum's
quarters of football at the 2.1 yard line.
Overcome seventh annual preseason Then on first and I second
jamboree Florida Field last downs Crews carried the
Thursday night losing to ball for three and one yards: ,
Gainesville High School 7.0 putting the ball on the it\) yard !
and beating Eastside of line. On third
Gainesville 146.Bradford. terback Charlie i ir
in the first tempted a
Vanguard SizeQuickness quarter against Eastside held Puckett, but
the Rams to three first downs necting the ball. I
and also made three first down on the 19 \
v downs against them. BHS held Green tried
will be (the advantage guard John Orone. 162 things that hurt us in the the Rams to 43 yards rushing. one complete to !
for Bradford High, pounds; center Mike Alford. Jamboree the deep bomb and Working for Bradford, senior end Terry Hayes
and sure and strength will be 170 pounds left guard Keith the optional" says Defensive Tim Crews racked up 108 the ball on about
(the advantage of visiting Daniels. 180 pounds, left back. coach Keith Steele. yards rushing all the rushing ran it the rest of
((1l'al.1 Vanguard when the two tackle Sam Johnson 209 "We'll have to take our yardage for the Tornadoes. Trying for the
teams meet in the Bradford pounds and split end Mike quickness to beat them and if During the Gainesville High multi-duty man 4 4 I
Stadium. Friday night openingthe Johnson. 163 pounds. Average we don't use it we will not be School quarter the Hurricanes made the kick
regular football season for weight on the front line is 186 able to run against them" defense proved more than led the game L _
both !teams. pounds.According. says Offensive line coach tough for the BHS offense. minutes and 55
The game will start at epm. to the scouting Butch Redding. Bradford lost eight yards for the game.
/ and. the Tornadoes will report Ocala quarterback "Vanguard is a big physicalball its total yardage for the night. BHS kicker
1)(' looking for revenge on the Ronnie Jones is a cool club. They are capable of The Tornadoes lost seven Crawford booted 11)y_
team. that surprised them last operator scrambles well just overpowering people so yards I in rushing and one yard the 15 yard line on
year. when Ocala won 2114. throws under pressure well we are going to have to be sure in passing. and Eastside
"Vanguard. will be the and can throw deep extremely to eliminate defensive The Bradford defense didn'tlet Nobles; ] picked it
biggest: team that we will face well mistakes and play good sound Gainesville get away with to the 32 yard line
this year, plus they have an Offensive comments of the defense comments much holding them to 40 The Hams gave 1
outstanding quarterback and scouting reports are that the Defensive line coach Mike yards rushing and 25 yards Wayne Sullivan I II
some. big/ offensive linemen" team size is excellent the Sexton. passing during the quarter. once for one
.says Head Tornado Coach linemen tend to be a little "We feel that by the end of Gainesville had three first middle a loss of I { w
)David llursc. slow back are big and hard the week we'll be working downs and BHS had none. end sweep then a I
This is the Ocala front line: runners. and the quarterback together as a unit and we'll Bradford scored on its first putting the Hams
Tight end l llarrell Washington likes to keep the ball on the have a good TEAM defense," set of downs in the first :36 yard line on
IHII pounds; right tackle Ken option. concluded Sexton."I quarter against Eastside. The Eastside :
Strickland. 215 pounds; right "We expect them to do two look to see quite a bit of BITS received the kick off and downed at the : I
passing from them and Tim Crews ran the ball from line.Then
hether we can compensatetheir the 17 yard line to the 22. BUS put
Starke Skating Rink size with our quickness is Then on the opening play of work giving him I
301 SOUTH PHONE 964-6O7O a question that can only be the game Crews got the ball (s.. Page ) I orkhur.e'I'iiii ( lews Hun
OPEN 7.00 EXCEPT P.M.1000 SUNDAY P.M. NIGHTLY answered Hurse. Friday night," says found a hole to .Jii in the .

Ocala platoons its team, one

ENTIRE MATINEES ADM FAMILY' SAT S1.25 SUN -2-5 S2.5O P M for going offense both. BITS ways.and has"This five one can men Cordflf'nse. bea Barber To See Action On Gator Varsitv IA I

FREE INSTRUCTION FOR major"factor in the fourth Lawtey boy former edge in speed nt 4 6 for 40 their "Klond.i kit
quarter says Hurse. and ability are ihe Bradford open season) ;at ind ollcilsivo' lai. .. Inc
BEGINNERS SPECIAL RATES outstanding Bradford grid yards.Barber's. Cndder's I Field :Mate ,
"Had a good practice Vernon outstanding assets.!; against ,111..1" Kradlonl hull.I : I'ailiei' A.I-.
FOR GROUPS & PARTIES !Monday and the spirit has star of action Barber this will see fundamental Coach Knolls pointed out Freshman Barber, was.. l.ibbeil h"11 MUiied: ( l.i-t! i I.dl, .1-.1i
HOME OWNED AND OPERATED plenty Saturday football knowledge, his speedI moved to the Bator ,
picket up. I see signs of Red night when the of "Coach 1Il'lIllIursalld his! / up varsity a i developed I'limmh:
REED JONES. MGR Pride developing" ended Florida's University + I staff have( done a t tremendousjob this \\1'1'1..1111' 'third t'F! Iresh- to possilily" si'i-1 I sunnv.irsiu
Hurse Fighting Gators training! the gUIII' has man moved into a l varsity< |Ii ohlor dctiuuit the I .Itin- I.ill HilU'tinitcly ,
very good basic knowledge." I the opener Barber..vin.I'm h.isliecM 11111''' '-''\ ''
.- .- .- .- Knotts An outstanding staled linebacker second 1 pounds man, is at now Ihe the weaksulo ialor's; (Coach in. practice KnollsH.irbor's Ibis (all -.it"

I : What Type Of Chief Of P olice p \ N;": "i .. .... .. Doug I'F Imcbackmgspol.delensi\e Knotts"He'll coordinator according'' to. notion' so .,early.;chance I ::1',il'in\.n 111.'II""\

\ ('' .I. comes I"'('..111"I air
be in a lot ol action. injury. \\ h"11 middlelinebacker ,
f] Coach Knolls told the ; Sammy irccn(; uainiurcd ,
I .,. Telegraph \\ ednosd.iv. h..th..1. .. '' startiim wcaksido, ,
Do You .j 14'// weak.. .. side linebacker,, and on 111I.h.III..III.n' (: <'.mienni" u.i-
;.I < .several I specialty teams.. moved to 1111 (irccn. -|pal' i
tl;;L'<' I Harbor I is currently playing 'I h.II 1'10' ,"I! \ '.... >!n'" "
-- TIll I I behind .sophomore. .. .loo. Mien ( ..micron1.1 I MIL -l'il' nnHie
: The People Of Starke De ? '10, ......I. ._,.- who has more experience\ WC.IK-I It I .1d I |>illiei( the.
serve i .-:' .. ...-* .Allen alionl the same I'oight; l.i-i. i deM'liipinu,' lialhci; inl.i,
--- ..... as I Harber.. ha..- a weight advantage Iho soiondIn! at 'lilt to" ""
hut H.n'ber has the Mile

"Oil no. on the contrary.IH' .
The Best Qualified l- Me UII in l.irjir. moilrrnhuilililijK
and Meadili. Ion.l .
Vermin BarberUnion l Lid i l our nay balL l to tlii.*'

: of Course

Tigers Open
'\ '' r,

i BILLCHAMBEI!IS Friday InHawthornc:, OWN ONE >0 NSp'-, 1'i----1'. NOT

'We did not do as w ell in the Gerry; )Duki's.) I I.Vi; ; at guard
jamboree as I would have Kichard Kllmcton.: IK. and TODAY SOMEDAYIT
liked but \\(,'.working hard Howard. ;:; ..
Andy IIi at tackle\
______ on those mistakes. and il looks and Jitk1cdl/ .. : {;
__ improving
.________ hkl'l're" in pretty gout w.', al( tight endPclcnsiM'ly. CAN BE EASIER THAN YOU THINK
fiT !shape says [load Football I Jones has-John
; r NIt .tYr Coach Jack Jones of Union lass and Ken: Hank at end 1972 COUPE DE ViLLt
: tlr 4'' County Ihgh Aiuly Haulerson and Freemanlulo Wlnte, vinyl, over blue blur '.ilwn,,, interior, AM FM it ten.. 'onrtipol
The Tigers meet Haw thorno \\ at tackle, hirdnosrddelensne ; i-loctric windows, .mrt. so.its.! nnwi-r sti., ..rniq" 1 i .-,. .
High School in Haul homo captain KichanlYarhiirnuiih brain's ,iTiiisc (control nr
,--C The Friday night opening the in the middle
season for both learns. Hamilton and Craig; Sli.idd atlinebacker. 1972 FLEETWOOD BROUGHAM
"They are like U.. I they wereunsuccessful James Moblcy. 4 Door hardtop "wtuh' vinyl, ovo'' red white, leather AM fM
'--3- x13e too and ironing it out. it looks ('lanlmi Stillf.'' Buddy !Perry locks. 60 -10 seats light spntinal
like it Mill ho the team th.it .and. surprising mntiinrade'riIcnn
works the most to get! the most (;( Kemp 'protecting deep 1972 SEDAN DE VILLE
'lce .
mistakes out commentsJones. 'I \\alllinp .I} as. mans :as I Green with (jrpon' fabric AM FM Mnreo. "tilt and ti.'lcscopic'
\ possibly. can in order to tt 111. blo'"",,') whpcl. power door locks electric' windows dad se.its
<* The front line for I nion Jones' explains. 'It helps hi |XWt r steering power Ijrakps.. cruise' control
Count> is made up of iKivul build! morale.. and will pas oil
n- liramion.'ii.'i: ; newcomer
1972 SEDAN
Terry Hamilton. IHII and (S.. Page 11)EXCITING) 4 Door hardtop, blue vinyl over "white, white' 'leather AM FM
iwwpr" door locks electric, windows' and seats power steering

Is Now Serving As Chief. So Why Change.eciated. l rower" brakes 1972 COUPE DE VILLE

White with, gold (.ibnc interior. AM FM power door locks power
steering! !power brakes electric windows, and seats
Vote For & Elect A '
and you can bt on Iffi 1971 SEDAN DEVILLE
4 Door hardtop black vinyl over gold with black fabric AM FM
1 ,
I : Professional Chief r i stereo tilt, and telescopic steering wheel electric windows/ and
i 7p.m.. NIGHTLY scats. |110''wnr steering power brakes power door locks

xceptSundays 1971 COUPEDE MILE'
Bill Chambers I 2 Door hardtop brown vinyl'over gold with beige!} leather AM
MATINEES IZ noon FM Stereo tilt" and 'telescopy steering wheel power door 'locks

Bill appreciates all the support he recieved l Mondays, Wednesdays & Saturdays extra clean

from the fine Citizens of Starke Tuesday White' vinyl over 1970 turquoise FLEETWOOD, with BROUGHAM white leather, loaded. with' t
DCa'aE6 equipment.' AM FM Radio power door locks 60-40
split front
Your Vote & Support Will Be Apprc seats and much more ',_

: For The Qualified Candida te tr 'a BRASINGTONCadillacOldsmobile 1

AM. (Conditioned; Theater Type SeatingSnack Bar 5-'-8 ever agesTelewarjennqat
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....... ALL SEATS 75c to $1.50 I Phone 378-5301 Gainesvillnmili


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13, 1973 TELEGRAPH Page 11

Benefit For McNeal Baby Red Gridders Open Sept. 20
I Softball Tournament Raises $505 Jay I

At Home Against Eastside Rams

54. East SR-100, to Washington D. had extremely good results. Teams that participated in
Gainesville Johnson-Hayes won the of losers bracket to take the title. The fund was toward sending C. to the National Acupuncture A total of $505, after expenses the tournament were Johnson- Bradford High junior varsity offensive line.Freshman .
Jay The two time J-H beatNorman's footballers will face their first Prevatt is
months Hayes of Nor Jimmy
recent was raised the
McNeal Benefit Tournament Jay McNeal, son of Mr. Clinic. In by Gainesvlllei
held last weekend at Westside ; they won 6-1 then and Mrs. Norman McNeal of many cases like Jay's have benefit tournament man's (alocksMeat competition Thursday night, looking real good and has a
September 20, at home lot of at the
Park, as five other both of Starke, Mr. B's potential quarterback
Softball Teams women's Flag Football and Diamondeltes both of against tough rival Eastside spot, according to Hat
first place. competed for tiP Jamboree... Macclenny and Lauton's Gangof Rams of Gainesville.The cher.
Norman's Registration Jacksonville. Baby Tornadoes have Jimmy Clark will be at the
Farm in of Starkewas (From Peg 10)) Norman's wishes to thank been out in pads for three fullback position.Clark is a
runner-up tour all the local Businesses and weeks and were out a week 6-foot 200 pound freshman.
nament after
Under Now
losing two Way donated before that in shorts.They will Good at the tall
straight games fo times in a row, one first down friends who either prospects
Johnson- or time to help with have five weeks of practice back spot Is Andrew Carts
Hayes who rose from included, after gains of seven, money
the Starke's Recreation under their belts before the
two, two, two, and four yardsto this tournament.A and Ken Aycock, both fresh
Department? is now put BHS on its own 40 yard special thanks goes to Jim first game. men.
registering boys ages 7-9 and Garlington, Jerry McGriff, The offense seems to be the Lovom March and Emett
Tigers... 10 12 for its flag football lineThen a near interception by Dale. Brown, and Steve strong point of the team so far Bright are the two running
league. Eastside ended up in a 28 yard Thomas who donated their this season according to Head backs for the Baby Reds.
((From Page 10)) Registration forms may be gain for BHS when quarterback time and stood out in the Coach Harry Hatcher.
picked up at the Pratt Street Green threw the ball blistering hot sun for two days What seems to be the first Paul Jenkins has been look-
later in the season." Center, Monday through to Terry Hayes. The ball was and officiated the tournament, team so far Is Robert Best. Ing real good at guard and
"We have some oung men Friday, 3.30-5: p.m. tipped but fell back into the says tournament chairman lOtti, at center; Paul Jenkins linebacker and Lazenby from
with ability, and I think are Small Frys (7-8-9) will hands of BHS at the Ram's 32 Sandra Norman. 10, at strong guard; Rex SI- Tampa is also looking real
willing to dedicate themselvesto begin their practice sessions yard line. "We want to express our cmer, 10, at strong tackle; good, according to line Coach
being a winner, and we Monday, September 10, at the 1I Then on first down Crews deepest thanks to everyone Jay.oOaWU1o 9, at tight end Roger Chllson.
have some leadership." Pratt Street Playground from took the ball on the right side involved in this benefit Joe )Lazenby, 9 at weak guardGary Chllson is one of.the three
Lorenzo Griffis looked goodat 4:00 be: held to 5:30: p.m. Practice will t of the line and found a hole tournament. It is very hard to Bakken, 10, at weak tackle new JV coaches this year The
fullback in the jamboree, each. Monday and that led him to a touchdown, put into words what is in our and Freddie Beall and otner two are t-nuno! L,onza-
according to Jones, and Larry Wednesday.The making the score 13-0. hearts," expressed Mr. and Sharone Galney taking\ the lez on the line and Defensive
Hamilton was the best Bantam League ((10-11- Green's good extra point Mrs. Norman McNeal. split end positions making the Back Coach Ed Trezza.
12)) will
defensive player while open its practice kick made. the score 14-0.
schedule Tuesday -
positioned at linebacker. September One series of downs each
Along with Griffis in the 11, 4:00: 5:30 p.m., at the took place for each team
Pratt Street 6r
Playground, with before Gainesville High
running department was 1
teammate Curtiss Sirmonesand sessions being held each r iWySN. School was able to score Slade GasThe
Tuesday and
also doing a good job on Thursday. Inl 1 against the tough Bradford Sawyer -
defense was captain Richard ? 1r defense.
Yarborough. "When you are in deep After receiving Bradford'spunt
"We plan on throwing a lot water, it is a good idea to ,,.'rI.Mp+ pIdM-r 14 by Green, Gainesville Number 1
with Abe Perry at quar- keep your mouth shut.- n quarterback Randy Craig ran
terback, throwing to his 'x'f'r the ball on the outside for an 11
James II. Russell,The Belton Sales & Service Firm
favorite receiver Jack McGill, yard gain and another first
6' 4 and 195 pounds at end." (Tex.) Journal. down.
The Number 1 114
On the next down Craig Installing

threw a pass to end Barney & Air Conditioner In The Nation
0000000 Warren who ran the ball over Heating
the goal line for a TD that was
called back for an illegal

procedure penalty.On .
the next down, still first Carrier
i This 20 yard pass from Charlie Green to Pete Puckett is down, Gainesville tried a
incomplete during the Jamboree against Gainesville High reverse that was foiled by the
morqasbord School. yards.BHS defense and lost four

Then Craig completed The Ultimate In
Big Red Band To Perf orir I another pass of 25 yards to put
"ALL YOU CARE TO EAT" his team on the BHS 26 yard
line. On the next play Craig Central Heat & Air
Tomorrow In Uniforms took the ball himself on an end =, ...
BANQUET FACILITIES sweep 26 yards for the touchdown -
that won the game. The
** ** *** ******* .: The Bradford High School Birt, Katherine Chism, and extra point attempt was no 80,000 BTU Carrier Gas FurnaceThermostat

COCKTAILS I band will be resplendant Rosa Padgett, MOO each! ; good."Overall.
: Friday night in new uniforms Bradford County Telegraph, I was very
being purchased by the Band American Legion and displeased with the Jamboree, Five Year Compressor WarrantyAll
Summer hours : Boosters, the school board, Rollim ers, $105 each. we were not aggressive in Controls
11AM-2:30PM & 4:30PM-8:30PM: Mon Sat < and donations from individuals either of the quarters," says Labor and Materials
Seven Air Supply Ducts
t and businesses. The Also contributing were Head Coach David Hurse. 24,000 BTU Cooling
11:30AM 8:30PM: on SUNDAY ; new uniforms will be worn for Cooper's Nursery, Western "But I was pleased with the One Return Duct
: the first time tomorrow night Auto, E. D. Patray, Julia's execution of our plays." Carrier Oil Furnace Available
EATURING EVERY WEEK-END for the opening of the 1973 Florist, Nancy's Flowers, Defensive line Coach Mike
I football season when Bradford James E. McRae, Libby's, Sexton feels that BHS gave up
High takes on Ocala Vanguardon Sears, James Temple, Nancy two touchdowns too easy and %''
Friday-Alaskan King Crab Claws the Bradford Field. Bradely, J. R. Kelley, Dolph that it wasn't so much that
Businesses and individualshave Reddish, Gene Long, Handy- they were overpowered,it was
Saturday-Steak so far donated about Way, Judge Elzie Sanders, they had some defensive
$8,000 but the band Booster Flowers by Larry, Hurst breakdowns that resulted in
Sunday Turkey & Dressing bunch is still a few thousand Shell, Merritt Williams, scoring."I .
short of the $10,500 cost of the thought we had some
100 uniforms. Jimmy Bowen, Eagles, bright spots on the defensive
l111fulHhss. Donating toward the purchase Garden Restaurant, Barrett line and we had some breakdowns
'C.SPe of the uniforms are the Concrete, A. J. Thomas, ," says Sexton. / $139000
the 01" following: Owen Joist of Medical Staff, Register Oil, "We looked terrible on the /
SA Starke, $200; W. T. Jackson, Draw-Tite, Starke Builders offensive line and the onlv one .;, COMPLETELY
ecoSweden & Inc., DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Supply, Dr. Harry Gruen, that came off the line like he >;%/ INSTALLED
/0/ Home, Winn Dixie, Clyde Leila's, Colonial Florist, should was Gary Wallace at
House A Terwillegar, Florida Bank at Vogue, Winkler Electric, H. strong tackle," says offensive PLUS ANY
\\OCe &oo.1111. Starke, Community State H. Houston, Starke Motor Line Coach Butch Redding."He NECESSARYELECTRICAL
p / Bank, Miss Lillian Stump, L. Parts, Seeber Goodman, had a mean streak in
...... II. E. Andrews, George Pierce, Nolan Woodburn, Mallard's, him and he was hitting WORK GAS
Irene Faulkner, Chamber of Florida State Telephone ," says Redding about D ORG
2400 S.W.131k St. .! llvus' G.rd. j Commerce, C. C. And'n, Company, Leila Mundy, people .

Gainesville Fin. J76- ?57 ITT Rayonier, Bs ..in Tommy Thompson, Ronnie "As a whole we didn't strike
Chevrolet, Mary and 10. L. Kirkland, Dr. and Mrs. R. S. and didn't get off the line j II I
Mullins, Shaw and together, which let
Kopelousos, Mrs. James H. Gainesville hold us to minus-7 $ YIIUt8111111111111111GhIII
Waters, Badcock Furniture, yards rushing," commented fl
A. C. Williams, Cadillac Redding. '% IHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIYIII
Uniform,Dopson ChiropracticClinic "In the Jamboree we did
Dr. O. L. Haynes, Dr. make a lot of mistakes in the / IIIUIIIUIIIIIIIIIII'g
Watt Wayne Whiffen, Bobby Biggs third quarter and out of the '
Watching.A Body Shop, Gay's Appliances Jamboree performance Mike
Pine Hurst Grocery, BradfordFurniture Gaskins at monster man did a
Rotary Club, arid pretty good job," says Keith
Dupont.Palatka. Steele, defensive back coach.

new old idea. Merchants)

I r'- Win LaboPalatka r Day Go

R RE' Be aWitt Watcher

I' Merchants took Palatka had to defeat
and watch what
you save. first place in the First Annual Bradshaw Insurance of
CU RC Y Labor Day Men's Softball Gainesville 8-3, B & H of
Tournament, co-sponsored by Gainesville, 8.2, and Lawtey ServiceALL
the Starke Jaycees and Skating Rink 16.10 during the
How to Save BothIT Baldwin Chev-Olds of Starke. tourney. MAKES OF AIR CONDITIONINGCALL
wit llw 1 li.M ,.Mi....H'.thrMri, Palatka went undefeated in The Road Runner's games
jrtni N-NIn muni* .. after four went follows GE of US FOR FAST PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
t ou MB.HAM*.U ihr light nil w -l I ltml ,- r- the tournament as :
AI..1..Mill._.Inv to.*..........-.".-!6y it*". lit M> games to take the cham- Gainesville, 9-1, Waldo 16-0,
Ill'"Alin. ...4rolw., MW. IlxrM.... .1 pionship trophy. Baldwin Chevy-Olds of Starke 964-7701
IIx ""w.I.
1-.Inr.nwr n. 1 'w
!.d Ib.I4aln'nr-bn' Innnl,, ... ,W-. Runner up in the tournament 9-2, and lost to Palatka
TO. ....".'."._"" I were the Road Merchants 6-4.
"."lfi'Sw1',' ; :,".\;, .,..... AND
LN ILLII Runners of Macclenny SAWYER SLADE GAS
.. ,..,.
"..."_..,_.I14.......nil..... 1 followed by Waldo in third Waldo won all of its games
.'.::.,J"t'1....'.::.:'.-::::..:'.:.;:.:. place and Lawtey Skating against Lee's Electric of St.
I :"Ii"...... ,........ Rink in fourth place out of the Augustine 17-5 GainesvilleTire AIR CONDITIONING
r:. :;.a.y.M/J;:: ::1.1::1:
"",',:,':::::1:. .......... 17 teams participating. 6-3 Aero of Lake City 11-
1's.: n..a;: ':'':: ,/b. Before the' finals began 6, and Oxy of Jasper 172.
-.- -il7.; ::..": '.=7; get into the finals, one being a It took Lawtey four wins to
; ., forfeit by Hastings, who didn'tshow
.. .,. ---
..::7t...=,:::" Nn.nR..IMN, -.-.,...... c" ...._.. ., ,'... 1a-_ They beat Town Tire of
;:. a r.: r./'2 nN' :J'r'': wY..u,"h.'.I ::viwI:+,:::l::11". .:1:;!:'.'lu. ::.'-'", Gainesville 10-3, Toni's Pizzaof
,.. : = .
,. ... ,. .
... .. .. ... .
.. .
.G :: '... ... .. ,.... Macclenny 9-8 and then
... .
......'.".... .. -.." ....I""'. .
., .
w' .. n %
Ccwwnlr) EUrirtc. Urn DMftMi.zsr.ttsKi -I "*' eliminated Toni's Pizza with a
_.... ... .. ..
. ..
-"' "" Banks
. .__.... .. ,.. National
-- ,
.._i 1.r /.." ... .,4,....."..........IFw.,, /W 17-11 win. Florida
._......_.. -''c"r.-......_-.......,....,..'" ._..".,.-...... \01... In the quarter finals Waldo
\:::: : [:j:! :.: ;:..= SFc:. defeated Lawtey 10-9. thus

; ......._. .. .,,, _.... .. Road
-._- .-...---_--..-.--_.-.... ," -. having to play the
Runners. It was a tight game

1918 1973 out but ahead the Road 6-5 Runners to go them into came and the make all kinds of loans.

game against
1 If you read the newspaper watch TV or listen to radio, you're Palatka MerchantsThe
probably aware of FPL's Watt Watcher Program a concerned effort to Merchants defeated the

help our customers save money.While helping save electricity. Road Runners by the same
But watt-watching is nothing new. And this is not the first time score as the RR's beat Waldo,
l handleall
J. Americans have been concerned about conserving energy. The electric 6-5 to take the championship.The We also

.;/ industry was promoting economical, efficient use of power more than 17 teams came from
1+ half a century ago. We feel that when electricity is used wisely it's one Gainesville, Macclenny, SI.
Augustine, Lake City, Jasper,
of your biggest bargains.So Palatka and Waldo.
be a Watt Watcher. You'll save yourself some money. While Kenneth Carlton of Starke of
carrying on a grand old tradition. received the home run trophy kinds trusts

1=1=11.2.= with a total of six home runs. .
Twenty-two home r _.. .. .
hit during the tournament. '

Be Watt Watcher and watch what you save. make Starke's the Labor Jaycees Day plan tour-to FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE .

nament an annual affair '
according to Dale Brown of Jefferson at Clark Street Telephone: 9647050September

. the Starke Jaycees.


Page 12 TELEGRAPH September 13, 1973


Mental Health Control School Lunch 11 Fail To Answer

I Menu Summons To Plea DayEleven

Topic Of Joint MeetingAn SCHOOL persons failed to with disorderly intoxicationand

1 1r appear for plea day in County their bonds were
agreement to seek more Bryan currently is expressing Bradford, now depend on the i MENU FORSEPTEMBER Court Tuesday morning estreated. Leroy Clay's bond
local control of the operationof extreme mental health unit to care for I THE LAW 17-21 during the traffic session but was estreated on the charge of
the North Central Florida dissatisfaction with the alcoholics and mental I all persons were present or having no fishing license.
Community Mental Health operation of the mental health patients, both of which under : m.lUepreMcntntive SEPT. 17, Monday accounted for at the afternoon Fines assessed in the
Program, in which seven unit to which Bradford Countynow new federal laws, can no I by Frank l j Spiced Luncheon Meat session which involves cases morning court were $26 or
north Florida counties participate contributes 80 cents per longer be jailed. Such persons i Sandwich other than traffic. two days in jail for having no
has been reached capita annually, double the 40 must be treated as ill and I Beans and Rice Persons that failed to appear valid inspection certificate;
by the Bradford and cents when the program medical care must be sought I Squash were Donald Bruce Sylvester Ray Jenkins, $36 or
Union County Commissions. began operation three years under the law, although the j' District 25 Green BEans Southerland, Charles Perry three days in jail for having no
Dissatisfaction about a lack ago. Bradford's commission law pertaining to alcoholics Orange HalfButterscotch Bias, Ben Smart, Jo Ann valid driver's license; Joseph
of voice in hiring practices has agreed "reluctantly" to has not yet been fully im- I I Squares Hamm Pedrick, Jeffrey Mace Louis Hart, Jr., charged with
been expressed by Bradford budget $10,880 to the programfor plemented.The | Milk Schoenholtz, Priscilla Ann improper passing and fined
Commission Chairman Ralph 197374. joint meeting was also I Starling, Earl Byron Hooten, $26 or two days in jail; Jimmy
Bryan and by Union Com In that light Bryan prepareda attended by Bradford Clerk SEPT. 18, Tues. James M. Elliott, and Laura Doy Brookes and William
missioner C. U. Crews, who 10-page proposal calling for Gilbert (Gib) Brown, Union Some eight Bills were ternal fund.Admission Mae Gilmore, each charged Owen Arflin, both chargedwith
represent the two counties on more local control and set up Clerk Robert Driggers, and passed in the 1973 session to the first gradeof Fish Portion with unlawful speed and unlawful speed and fined
the District 5 mental health the joint meeting of the two Union County Attorney Hal Y. which relate to the ad- a child six years school of age by Buttered Grits William Fredrick Ackerman, $46 or four days in jail; Clif-
board of directors. Both county commissions. After a Maines. ministration of public schoolsin June 1 of he the attended year kin- Hush Puppies charged with having no valid ford Alan Taylor, $36 or three
directors said last Thursday full discussion, in which Union Florida. provided Cabbage Slaw driver's license.In days in jail for failing to have
night in a joint meeting in the commissioners Paul Riherd, First Senate Bill 1025 dergarten and passes a Orange Juice the afternoon session vehicle under control; Carlton
Bradford courthouse, that David E. (Skip) Woodington, authorized each school readiness test is permitted in Jello With Fruit eight defendants pled not Scott Whitehead, $36 or three
they lack any voice in local Gerald Griffis and Crews, as Hunting district to establish and House Bill 513. Also House Bill Milk guilty to charges against them days for improper change of
implementation of the well as Bradford com maintain a job placement and 425 permits the admission at and trials will be set for their lane; James Daniel Ricks, $46
program. missioners Bryan, Eddie followup service for all any time during the school cases. or four days in jail for wilful
Bryan said that when Allen and Dave Paulk, all took Calendar- students graduating or year of a migrant child or one They are Perly Mae Sim- and wanton reckless driving,
technicians were hired, no one part, the boards agreed to leaving the system, includingarea prevented from entering SEPT. 19, WednesdayFried mons and Emma Doretha and Mark Everett Baillie, $46
in Bradford County was delegate Bryan to present vocationaltechnicalcenters. earlier by illness.A Martin, both charged with or four days for careless
employed. Crews said he findsit their views as the next The act also requiresjob Chicken gravy disorderly intoxication, Don driving.
difficult to find out what is meeting of the mental health Tallahassee Florida'shunting placement personnel to one year maternity leave Rice II. Crawford, charged with
calendar for the 1973- point out curriculum without pay for teachers is Collard Greens
going on in the operation.Both board directors. writing a worthless check;
agreed the District 5 Bryan suggested that, if 74 season as set by the Game deficiencies to the school authorized in House Bill 32. Carrot Sticks Edward G. Tennant, chargedwith
board, headquartered in their objectives are not met, and Fresh Water Fish board. Finally, House Bill 899 Peach Half profane and indecent
Commission is as follows: Next Senate Bill 161 permits the discipline or Rolls
Alachua County and which the two boards explore language; Lloyd Aldridge My Neighbors
has members from seven area alternative plans for authorized an annual electionfor expulsion of a pupil for Milk charged with improper
counties, listens to their operation of a mental health September 1 Rail and chairman of the school unlawful possession or use of display of dangerous weapon,
views, but does not follow program. gallinule season opens. (No board and House Bill 1238 drugs to be waived if the pupil SEPT. 20, Thursday and Ronald Earl Martin,
suggestions. Area counties, including open season on Purple authorized the board to hold successfully pursues a drug Thomas Edward Manning and
Gallinule.) regular meetings at any rehabilitation program.For Hamburger on Bun Russell Earl Manning, each
--- appropriate place in a county. any further information Lettuce and Tomato charged with participating in ,
September 8 Archery season House Bill 1299 provided for contact Representative Frank French Fries an affray.In v
opens. lunchroom funds to be Williams, P. O. Box 1063, Corn other action during the l .11
GAINESVILLE deposited in the district school Starke, Florida 32091 or Cake afternoon court Calvin Ilenly r II
September 30 Archery fund, instead of being an in- telephone: 9647202. Milk was fined $36 or three days in
season closes. jail for disorderly in-

Business DirectoryAUTO October 6 ,First phase dove Eniployiiient Ser vice Enlarges Staff SEPT. 21. Friday Alston toxication.charged The case with of writing Joseph a
Lasagna with Cheese
season opens. Deer hound worthless check was con-
I training season opens. Now Located In Old Courthouse.which Lettuce Salad with tomatoes tinued. Alston may pay a fine Ti
SALES GARDEN SllPPLIES Field Peas with Snaps of $26 and make restitutionand
October 28 Deer hound Pears the case will be closed.
The State Employment was closed last week, Oatmeal Cookies
BRASINGTON Johnson Faru, Inc. training season closes. Service has enlarged its staffin formerly served agricultural French Bread Eugene B. Edwards, Wayne "It's all very nice but IM
CADILLAC OLDSMOBILE SEEDS PLANTS Starke and is located in the workers and employers in a Milk Baily Walling and Gus still rather have my two
November 4 First dove Jr. all
phase Johnson, were charged
ten-county area. The case load
SALES & SERVICE Insecticides P.t SuppliesFERTILIZERS season closes.November old courthouse at 209 W. Call from this office is now being weeks vacation with pay"
Fin. t.l.ction of U..d Cars
handled in the Gainesville
Tok.n On Cadillac, Trod. W. R.nt F.rtilia' .r Sprvodcrt 9 Rail and The office is offering serviceto
office, while the Starke office \
employers in Bradford
2001 N.W. nth ph. 378.5301 224 N.W. 6th Ph. 378-0476 gallinule season closes. County, as well as to people will serve agricultural, as wellas My Neighbors \

seeking employment. It is a non-agricultural employers
BEAUTY ACADEMY November 10 Deer, L4i71 rAOHOW-
GLASS turkey there is mainly in Bradford County. (
state ar no
wild hog, squirrel, quail, to The staff at the Starke office -
POWELL'S LIDDELL snipe, woodcock and second plicants for employers this service. ap- will consist of: Robert Barry, \ 1-1'I :
phase dove season opens. office manager; Robert Cake,
Beauty Academy Season open for turkey Current job listings will be employment specialist; '::7'H! >t q 't EASY I Call the experts at Florida
maintained not only for \ : -
Glass Company Robert Greene \I "j \ Pest Control. Their Graduate Ento
in northwest employment
Learn Profusion gobblers only \PJ )
a In Your Bradford County, but also for ) .
,Florida. Bear hunting in interviewer; and Mattie i ) mologists developed a quick safe.
Spar Tim. Full or Port "Gloss For Ev.ry Purpos" and Columbia Jacksonville, Lake City, Brown, National Youth $iWFLCOM *
Baker Palatka, and Gainesville.The Corps vt Monthly Preventative Treatment that costs just pennies a
Tim Store Fronts Mirrors, counties and special huntsin Orange Heights officeof trainee in clerical work, Y \\ JwtJiWlr day, yet protects your family, home, furnishings, even your
219 N.W. )10 th 378-2766 Tub Enclosures designated wildlife assigned to the Starke officeon I { '
Showers Call
the Employment Service, I clothes. the experts at Florida Pest Control today We
26-hour week basis. :
Furnitures Top. Gloss management areas only. a per :: I are listed in the Yellow Pages! IORIDA
Wild hog hunting in The office is open from 8am -
Reploced specified counties and in to 5 p.m., Monday Vl- r
ELECTRIC NEW LOCATION designated wildlife the Old 1Mlz Z, through Friday. Persons /" :-. -. Free inspections and estimates 'p\ EST
the office asked to ;::-- ...,
visiting are ..
'""l OHI ltcfesr
Motor Repair Co. 1228 So, Main Gainesville management areas. use the Call Street entrance to "I was just passing 964-5745 539 E. Cull St. <
Of Gainesville, Inc. 372.8191 372-1102\ November 22 Duck and coot the courthouse. when" I aw your sign...." co

Repairing Rewinding season opens.November .

_2816_N.W. 6th Ph. 372.8318 Creative 25 Second phase
dove closes.
MOVERS Custom Framing. season AnnouncementGEORGE

with December 15 Third phase
A I; "Influence U i what
Long! Distance Moving!! L dove season opens. you
Storage! Pocking! PerienolTcuth think you hu>e until you try
Crating Shipping' January 6 Deer turkey and to use it."
Fr. Estimates Call Oval Matt Prints Originals wild hog season closes
except northwest ,Florida.
Wildlife Drawings Etchings Bear season closes in Baker March 9 Spring turkey
372-4366 373-4610 and Columbia counties. gobbler season opens southof

200 N. E. 16th. 3711 W, Univ. State Road 50.
January 7 Third phase dove
MUSIC season closes. March 23 Spring turkey
Van Service, Inc.: gobbler season opens northof

3540 H.E. Waldo Rd. G'ville January 10 Duck and coot State Road 50.

372-4271 BALDWIN season closes. March 24 Spring turkey i d7f0179[ 1 131}7 tit'' 'I"i w

PIANOS A ORGANS January 12 Special scaup gobbler season closes south .' ri 1
(bluebill) season opens. of State 50.

GMS., INC. January 13 Woodcock season April Spring turkey gobbler ROBERTS to \ .J
/ north of State :
closes. season closes __
I 1tfI.4 ....
et.ocvr Road 50.Shooting.

",I II ,_ MUSIC Co. January 20 Deer, turkey
I gobbler and wild hog season hours for all

G'ville Shopping, C.n. closes in northwest Florida. resident game are from one- OUR NEW OFFICES ACROSS FROM NEW COURTHOUSE
Factory Authoriied! half hour before sunrise to
PO+s..c 372.5351 January 27 Special scaup one-half hour after sunset.
Sal... Pai.-S.rvic. (bluebill) season closes. Shooting hours for migratorybirds
210 N. Main, Com..vII., Fla. other than dove are from
372-2581 ,February 24 Quail and one-half hour before sunrise to GEORGE ROBERTS INSURANCE INC.

CAMPER SALES 4V SERVICE Klrky's M thlli H.m. squirrel season closes except sunset. Shooting hours for ,
.lr 1 Si. n in northwest Florida. dove are from 12-noon to
).i, Int. closes
Snipe season sunset.
Dealer statewide. Sportsmen are urged to
"nt'" .e I check their summary of
For EvanS'lnterthem March 3 Quail and squirrel hunting rules and regulationsfor

CAMPER MART, INC. Siegler Heating & season closes in northwest bag limits, special
Florida. regulations and local ex-
3111 N. Main Gainesville Air Conditing, Equip ceptions.

378-2954 T Boy Service Depf.Complete Accessories Supplies
Camping Parts and Service Lester Crews Attends, Citizens
Sales: Concord Volunt..r,

Sm, key, Midas, Adventure
Wheels, Norris, Monitor, Fan, 4500 N.W 6th V. Coin..vi lie Councils AAeetin g In Mississippimerica AT

Explorer, Sports Coach 378-8902
The Citizens Council of A held its 18th Annual

Leadership Conference at the C<)iliseum Ramada Inn in Jackson,

Mississippi, on Friday and Saturd ay, August 31 and September 1. 986North Temple Ave. -Across Fronl New CourthousePhone
The C.C.A.'s local Council, the !Santa; Fe Citizens Council, which

COBIA serves Columbia, Union, Baker and Bradford Counties sent a
FABUGLAS large delegation. Over 500 deleg lies from 20 states attended this
national strategy conference wi ose theme was "Strategy for .
/,-' -1 MOTORS Americans."

lIA fIC. Insurance Personnel INSURANCE Real Estate PersonnelAuto
Highlights of the conference in eluded,: a major address on Friday
night by Alabama Governor Geol ge C. Wallace. Wallace stood up
1030 E. Univenlty Avenue for his speech in which he praise d the Citizens Council spirit, and
Gainesville, Florida said he hoped he would be able to speak all over the country in Eula Mae Smith Casualty Wayne Douglas

Phone 378-1591 LYNN HAMILTON the 1976 political wars. At the banquet, Mr. R. D. Lawrence of Licensed Fire
Lake Butler presented the Ala)lama Governor with 12 jars of Salesman

55 HP Johnson 14'i'' Fabu las Trailer 1495 Union County honey. Insurance Agent Life

120) UP Mercury Cruiser 17' Larson Trailer :$1795 Delegates were taken on a tour Saturday morning of the Council .

160 HP Mercury Cruiser 19' Larson Cruiser Tandem largest School in Foundation's the world. system of private schools !in Jackson, the Marian McRae REAL ESTATE Elaine Smith

Axle Trailer It349fcaaebtc Insurance Residential I SalesladyProfessional

Santa Fe Council Directors atte riding, were: Mr. R. D. Lawrence

of Union County, Doyle Loadho It* of Baker County, Mr. Lester Commercial -

Crews of Bradford County and I Mr. S. F. Strickland, Sr., of
l\lurchun ti"' Industrial
Columbia County.
O 9 pi' Fast-Efficient
GOO" oc6'b ,,
Farms and Service
Tt'"s4 1636 S. E. 3rd Ave. ,oo The Citizens Council is the I I irgest organization in America

Gainesville, Fla. r fighting government.for racial integrity, at ite's rights and Con! itutional"isement Courteous Service AcreageAmple

(paid adve )
9-K-73 Parking Facilities 2t-9/6-9/13

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rot h li/D iAYRO(1 Meek WHIT AGENCY /D IIIY Rm 1 7 0I
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fNY au I Au i aVminM

',""YRqLLWINTERS CL ttJ1I""" tiles.

and approved by millions FOR SALE Good Used Tin L Ilsllaltl .. r.
of homemakers. Blue Roofing, $1 a sheet Phone 964- INSURANCEAT

Lustre carpet cleaner !tops. FOR SALE Argentina Hay baleor 8612 ltpMARTIN LONG TRACTOR
Devrick Inc., 301 E. ton Call A B. Whitehead, Jr
964-6163. will resume classes Sept. 3. 964.5630 Lester Johns Road or AUTO. FIRE. BOAT T.lephon.372.3464
Registration begins Aug. 30 SR 235. 1tp and Building
Phone 964-7098 after 4pm. DOYLE E. CONNER
or see at 396 N. Cherry Street ---------- -- CAMPERS INSURANCE AGENCY

Dorothy Salazar instructor U.S. 90 Wet. Lolte Clty tchq. WE BUILD New & Used
tap, ballet. & modern FOR Phone 752.3723
dance 2tp 9-6 one-half mile south of town on "Your Plan. Or Our
west! side of 301. From $2,695 For B." Selection Of ooOoOOOOOOOCARL Your Lot Or Ouri." 4 Mi. North on U.S. 441

- - -- -- Ph. 9&46191 2tp. 9-13

FOR RENT 12' wide mobile NURSERY OPENING Experienced - -- - MINI-HOMES Remodeling .
homes outside city limits. J.8. teacher opening TRUCK CAMPERS Gulf Service Addition Repair "Where Service Is The Better Idea"

White. Ph 9646114. If no progressive nursery. Pre FOR SALE-Zipper cream peas, $5 AND TOPPERSFull
answer call 964-6152. tfchg school instruction given daily. per bu. Clyde Cone Brooker Home Bought Sold
Ages 2 thru 6. Hours 9 thru Ph. 4852521. 1tp Line Of Parti And Trad.dACREAGE
USED ------------------
--- --- -- 12. Call 964.8404 to register Service TF FOR SALE944U53
children. Limited enrollment. - -- - mm PLASTERING I
"DR RENT 2 bedroom house. Itp H g
314 N. Church Street. Clyde FOR SALE Registered Angus PARTS Hwy. 301 S. Starke TF n AND DRY WALL Inc. .
Bull Calves ,
Columbia 1 1tp you pick one PUMPS
now, will be weaned Oct. 1.J 1. I Phone 782-3578 Or 782-3896 .

- - - AUTOMOBILES .B. White Phone 9646114. NEW AND USED I For Most Makes (Of' Cars P.O. Box 605 Lawtey, Fla. I
tfchg MILLER Ir...
FOR RENT Mobile home 2 BR USEDFOR SALES 24 Hr. Wrecker Service
air conditioning Large Lot in HARDCOAT STUCCO
--- ---- -- PARTS
County utility Shed. 473-3237 Hwy. 301 N. Waldo I

- - SALE 1972 Econoline truck FOR SALE General Electric TV SERVICE Phon. 468.1998 : SIMULATED BRICK
Deep and Shallow I
made into camper 2 beds now for sale at DAHMER'SDISCOUNT WelU I II
RENT LEASE Mobile Home stove, 73 tag, only 1200 miles black and whiteor VOLKSWAGENNew I "We Make House Calls
Ph 473-4572 tfchg. color. 9-13
City water & sewer, S30 Plumbing SuppliesEXPERT & Used I 13t-9/6
monthly $300 yearly. N. JIMMY MOORE'SS. Sales S.r.lc.WI -- ----------------
- -- -- -- --------- -- SERVICE
Temple. ADULT PARK. 5tchg
9-27 OH ALL MAKES .. Sptrts
FOR SALE 1972 c-20 DLX. Sub AM & FM RADIOS with stereo 1 Mi. North of the Mall PINEHURST GROCERY AND VARIETY STORE I
carry all trk. One owner H D 964.7061DURRANCE
exc. condo frt. & rear A-C trl! players. Console$149.95 models Dah-, YOUR MONEY GAINESVILLE Special' One Week Only On I
closing out at -
HELP WANTEDMAID Htch. $3700. No. 21 West
mer's Discount House. .
9tchg Stark Ph. 964-5791
moreland Tr. Pk. C. O Chase '
Starke Fla. 1tp Unite
''Complete Outboard & Stem Farm I'

Moved 5 Blocks North Drive Service and Repair. Inc $3.99
- - -- Agency $4.99 Now
------ -- ,
864 N. Temple. Av.
WANTED Underwood I Complete Fiberglatt Repair
Sea,. Rrol' Estate Broker $3.99 Now $2.99
Motel Phone 964-7169 1 1t* 9-13 LATE 8-TRACK Tapes, fully Custom built Fiberglav Store Hours
FOR SALE-1960 Impala 2 dr., 348 Paul \\iWY 100 East
engine, power steering guaranteed. Dozens to INTERESTED IN BUYINGOR Fishing Beati. Irene Faulkner "i-if Surlc..e. M.utl And Chletin. D... 7 Days A Week
- - -
standard shift choose from. Now only $2.98at Associates
good condition. SELLING?
$195 or trade for motorcycle. Dahmer's Discount House. 206 S. Water Str..t
WANTED part time salesman, 431.1109 9tchg 11-11
Mustang Mobile Homes. CONTACT Starke, Fla. 964.5065 OLINS MOBILE HOME SALESHWY.
Retail sales experience A.A. MEETING WANT
-------- - TO SELL OR I
- -
necessary. Apply in person GEORGE ROBERTS RUY REAL ESTATE? 100 W. PH. 964-5606

1650 N. Temple Ave. Starke. FOR SALE 1964 Ford pickup, 66 WE NOW HAVE diamond REAL ESTATE FRIDAY NIGHT Call Us For Best Prices Special Double Wide :;; !

engine, excellent running needles for any make or model 8:30 Prospects ; ,
- -- -- : P.M. Waiting
condition new paint $650 Ph stereo player. Dahmer's dories Zlpp.r.r .tfchg Summer Clearance Sale i

HELP WANTED Special 9648037 4tp 10-4 Discount House. tfchg Wayne Douglas 309 N. CHERRY ST. Everything priced to sell I

Franchise you should earn Associat.sPHONE '
first Use 'I COMPLETE Mobile Home New & Used Furniture :
about $10,000 -
year. ---------- -
our records to sell members %%.7826 Want To Drink, That' HOUSE H I 1.1 Dnrk Mon! C;nt. NJoon Doric On "Mjn;
when they are ready to buy, r FOR SALE J WATSON'SHOUSE 421 W. MADISON ST. Your Butlneti CLEANINGInside
we offer training, profit- & Out .
sharing, group insurance. Many brands of new vacuums Want To Stop, That' Our STEAM CLEAN ,

Must be High School $39.00 up. Used machines 0. C. C.r." .NvrMry Butln Mildew Paint Stripping A&H ROOFING I
Graduate. Promotional ***
from $10. Expert Repairs all Carpet Floor Service
- - - i Thousands of Plants &
portunities to executive makes. Parts and Accessoriesfor Fruit Trees, Shade Tr....
position. Write in confidenceto GE COLOR TV, now f.iom all vacuums. Built in Evergreens, Cornell. las 259 N. Buy St.
: Director: Farm Credit I PHONE 964.8359
$179.95, with trade. Brand central vacuum cleaning Aialeos SEWINGMACHINE i
Services, Inc. P.O. Box 432 ,
new, at Dahmer's Discount systems. 712 N. Main, Most In Cans Plant AnytimeLANDSCAPING Starke 964-668O
Mayo, Fla. 32060 3tp House. 9tchg 11.11 Gainesville 376-7110. Before 8 A.M. after 4 P.M.Compl.t. 1

- - - i 23 Mi. S.E. Of Starke, Janitorial Call AlvarezSPECIALIZING
- - - Billy
---- Service
Hwy. 100
HELP WANTED: Tree Companyin LOTS Zoned for mobile homes A.J. THOMAS REALTOR Floronome" 6592165Pnviog Soles and Service BOYD SERVIfF

Melrose needs one climber and houses. Several sub 964-6162 PFAFF- ELNA .
and two ground men. Full divisions to choose from. Only AssociatesFred New Horn
time only. Driver license $95 down.
Monthly paymentsto 468-1753 AephultSisinglingAdtl"
required. Call 475-2233. chg EQUIP
suit your budget. Ph. 468- Lillian Pearson 782-3806 Riley
8-23 9-13 1551 or 9648331. tfchg $49.50 up ALL KINDS. On & Repairs

$4,000 handy man special
$9,000 2 BR, 1 bath frame CoDriveways Ports & Repairs. AH Work Guaranteed
- --- --- -- on R. Q. Simmons
MISCELLANEOUSEl.ECTRICAL $15,600 3 BR, 1 bath block all other moke machinesNATIONAL For
LINOLEUM FLOOR Covering 6 x $17,500 3 BR, corner lot Equip Co. year.

9, $3.19; 9 x 12, $5.98; 12 x $18,750 large frame-terms .-.---- ----

12, $11.30; 12 x 15 only $38,000 48 R, 1 acre Parking Lots 317 E Brownie St.
1495. Many patterns and Farms from 3 to 75 acres

sub-contractor will colors. Dahmer's Discount tf Land from 19 to 50 acres Stork, Flo. STARKE BUILDERSA
do remodeling and repairs 964- Day4732127 611 W. Univ. Ave. I
-- -- -- I
8087 4tp 10-4 Complete Building Service

FOR SALE Two large chicken Nights 473-2102 Gainesville, Fla. Phone 964-6619 Phone 964-5270 219 E. Washington St.

- - Starke Fla.
houses with automatic 378.1355 tfchg
feeders & waters. Ph 964- .0. Drawer

In new residential work, 4.59
remodeling light commercialand Keystone' ugh. .. Your "Th No Won Floor" $
-- - - -
repairs. Free estimates. 376- SALE New 3 bedroom TomoletHv: Installed Compare: At $6.50 P'" Sq. v l.

9625 3tp 9-27 FOR SALE Wizard Citation brick veneer, 2 baths, living Flu. Real Estate

Refrigerator 21.2 1 yr Old, Frost room area., kitchen Good and location dining TF BrokerBUY BEAUTIFULLY Y SCULPTUREDHI
- -- --
Free, $150009647696GARAGE FIAT LOW NYLONMany
Financing available Call .
Christian lady wants Buford Mitchell, 964-6853 Color To Choo. From $6.97
-- -- -- '
babysitting or maid work five -- tfchg r $ SAVE S Sale Parts Service Eac..d P.H.A. Specification

days a week. Call 9b4-8046 from New and Died Compl.t.ly to.t.It.d Ov.f Rubber Padding Pt Sq. Yd.
five to SIX. 1tp SALE FRED DAVIS Call Bill Powell I
Saturday Sept ---- -- -- -
15, 9 to 4, behind Denmark
- --- -- -- Furniture Co. BUICK PONTIAC 964.6464 The Carpet With Th. Now LooM
Itchg Strout RealtyNO CMC; TRUCKS HAIFIEI AUTO !OO'!. ConUnuoue Fil. Nylon

-- --- ---- -- L LTown A LITTLE RIDE CAN .IMPORTS, INC. 24 Hrs. A Day Many Color To Chooft FromCompl.l.Iy $/7.V.5
Will babysit in my home CITY TAX InalalUd Over Rubber Paddinc Per Sq. Yd.
five days a week. Phone 964- SAVE YOU A LOT; 509 E. Univertitx

8612. Up FOR SALE Cow half Holsteinand 2 Bedroom Bungalow Acre Lot GREEN COVE SPRINGS*3 Gain.ivllie. 372.4373 TF ................,..............,..........................................................
Half Angus. 468.1536. No. Edge. Just $11,000 -
- -- -- --- collect calls 1 1tp ApplicationsAre

FREE good- 7 home.lovable Call puppies 9b4 6568 need after t -- - -- PAVED ROAD FRONTAGE Phone 964-6061 : .{ : FREE Now Being Accepted For '

FOR SALE 2 bedroom, 5 miles from town
One-half -f--- ESTIMATES
5pm 1tp acre in G .. /y4
beaut. Fredncsburg Va. An
(Battlefields) 4
- - -- lakes clb.
House, swim pool etc PIC- WE HAVE AVAILABLE
tures. $4500(() will sell for $2000( Acreage from one acre to 10000.
WANTED Used furniture, Have Deed. 21 Westmoreland SERVICE EXPERIENCEDSEWING

refrigerators, washers Dahmer's Tr. Pk. C. 0 Chase Starke Fla. TO BUY OR SELL (ubluhd 1949)!
Discount House. tfchg Itp Strout Realty Inc.
Phone 964-6609 744 N. Thompson, Stork

-. - - - -- - 2117 N.Starke Temple Ave. STARKE FOLKS serving STARKE FOLKS MACHINE MECHANIC

mobile home hurricane an- Vemie P. Odom, associate
spinet-console stored
choring and mobile home roof Reported like new Responsibleparty locally Only steady full-time workers seeking
coating. Olin's MOBILE Home Allen, associate
Service. 964-5606, Rt. 100 W. can take on low payment Eddy ::1(IiGIDDIDDDlllatHELP i firs t a s t rinnnnnnr :
balance. Write before we send
Starke, Fla. tfchg truck. Joplin Piano Box 103. Mary K. Brown, WANTEDNo Permanent Employment c
Panama City Fla 32401ltp Branch Manager
- - -- -
Experience Necessary Steady Work, Apply in Person
--- - -
all types, automotive, farm ,.n Fringe Benefits
FOR SALE Sept. Special Add :
machinery. Boyd Service, Ph

964-8359. tfchg $22 UHF 95 to. Bob's your TV present Ph 964-8801 antenna, SINGLES & DOUBLE Hom WIDES. APPLY AT Paid Vacation Paid Holidays Salary Open

2tp9-20 EM....... Room & Add NATIONAL PROTEIN INC.
- ----- -
On R......
LOSE WEIGHT safely and fast -- ---- - -

with X-II Diet Plan, $3.00. FOR SALE Almost new $200 Big Free D.Ilvery.ed Set Up Road 21 Hampton Fla.

REDUCE Excess Fluids with Home western padded saddle, 100 MILE RADIUS MONDAY THRU FRIDAY
X-Pel, $3.00. Money Back breast plate & bridle Best offer BANK FINANCINGHWY
Guarantee at Koch Drug. 18tp takes It. Dahmer's Discount 17 NORTH 8:00: A.M. TO 5:00: P.M. VOGUE MANUFACTURING CO. INC.

11-8 1 Itchg GREEN COVE airs An Equal Opportunity Employer

-- -- ------ - - -. Tel. 784-S001 ? 11 M .a a._... .-.-.JUULM . .X. . ..HIGHWAY................100...e..................................................STARKE................

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