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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 20, 1973
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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ScrambleSet Next Chief's Voting



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SaturdayFifteen --I. r t j w

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registered calves -n- + ThI J Jr

will be given away here 1
Saturday, September 29, s
during the Annual Calf rr t
Scramble at the Bradford

County Fairgrounds on US-301 k : ::3 fli$1
north of Starke.It el Next

will be the seventh run TuesdayRendering

ning of an event sponsored by WI
the Starke-Bradford County
Chamber of Commerce for the
of the local
purpose improving
cattle industry, the qualify of Just 21 votes separatedthem
Bradford beef, and to developthe in the first primarytwo
Interest of local youth in weeks ago and

the cattle business accordingto Plant HearingSet Acting Police Chief Bill
Marc Jackson, president of Chambers and challeng'rJimmy
the Chamber.
Bowen are takingit
Other activities planned for +l ( At 10:30: A.M. TodayThe down to the wire with
this year's Scramble program :
will provide an evenings fwl : the decision to be made

entertainment for the entire lrf '' u r atl< ? State Air and Water Pollution Control Board w ill hold a next Tuesday, Sept. 25, in
family, says Chairman t; 'r of } public hearing at 10 a.m. today (Thursday) in the County Starke's only second
n't bJ'
George Muggins. Commission room of the new courthouse to determine primary contest.
whether or not the National Protein rendering plant near
A Fish Fry sponsored by the
Hampton should be granted a permanent license to operate. "They always turn out
Bradford High School FFA pretty good for the chief'srace
Chapter will be served bet "
The plant has been operating for the past year under a states City Clerk
ween the hours of 4:30: and temporary pt'rmithleb was not renewed following Merrill Edwards who Wed-
6:30: P.M. at a cost of$1.50 per predicted a
numerous complaints by residents of the Hampton area nesday morning
plate. This is a fund raising concerning alleged offensive odors coming from the plant. voter turnout between 1,400
effort by the Chapter to and 1,500 or about 55 per centof
support their annual ac National Protein cooks waste from thicken processing the city's 2,380 registeredvoters
tivities.In r plants at high temperatures to produce high protein byproducts for Tuesday's voting.
addition to the three can ', for use in pet foods. It dumps waste material I into a "There's not too much to
scrambles, there will be tw ,. .qJ ; i ; lagoon-t)pe treatment pond, designed for consumption of the say; it's been a quiet race"
chicken scrambles foi !vtN waste by bacteria, but complaints have been made the veteran clerk says of the
children 7.9 and 10.12 year t+ frequently at County Commission meetings that the lagoons chief's race. "But I still expect -
of age. Entry blanks for th JA .Wk' 1i A must not be operating properly,judging by the odor, a pretty good turnout
chicken scrambles can

obtained from the Chambo J l Royal Jones, National Protein manager, says! that he is Chambers, the acting chief
Commerce office. frequently awakened in the early morning hours by since former chief Ken Fuqua
off the evenii, telephone calls from declaring that bad odors are suddenly resigned a month
Topping 1 ;} n 1 .1 I i! r1r1 } y' h t .i ,M', persons
entertainment will be a ; fix coming from the plant "Sometimes 1 go out there, and for prior to the election led the
1 I. spirited horse show under the \ the life of me can detect no odor," he says adding that in at first primary with 466 votes to
auspices of the Bradford least some Instances the offensive smell must be coming Bowen a former city coun-
Roping Club. from another source. cilman who is seeking the
Tornado Majorettes Lead Band Onto Field chief's post for the second
The Scramble is sponsoredby County Sanitarian Jack Tiawick says he was told that
local businesses, (Head majorette Anita Green leads the Fighting Tornado red uniforms costing 10.50O. Only some $2,000 remains to be "action would be taken" following the public hearing, as the
agricultural and civic band onto the field prior to the opening game of the I97j grid paid on the uniforms Bandmaster Dean Cassels announced Pollution Control Board decides whether or not to issue the
organizations; and by individual season against Ocala Vanguard. The new majorette corps in at the football game while the band members stood company a permanent operating permit.All .
donations. :Miss seen; Darlene Stancil, Liz Scott, Karen Howe, and resplendent before some 3.0(10( fans. Cassels publicly thankedthe
Financial sponsors of thisyear's Briar Patray. school board, local governments, local businesses and pt'rsons"iII be /given an opportunity to be heard pro or ,+e.
event are: Bradford- the general public for their support of the uniform di ive. The con at the hearing this morning..
Union Cattle m ens The band performed for the first time in its new bI. Ck and crowd\/ applauded when\/ told only $2,000) remains on the debt

Association, Starke Shrine
Club, Winn-Dixie Stores, E.I.

Owen DuPont Joist De of Nemours Florida, Inc.Co.,,

Starke Florida Rotary Bank Club at ,Starke Farm, Politics Has Fur Flying In HamptonFur

Credit Service of Gainesville, ... ---

Clay Electric Co-Op Inc., flew at the Hampton write-in vote Hampton at- hurled by partisans on both Fontaine, an applicant for qualified for the job." (See Page 8))
Florida Hydrocarbons Co., City Council meeting Tuesday torney Dudley Hardy, sides, not only in the Parker- election clerk, was "not Parker denied making such
Bradford County Farm night as Marshal Herschel however, quoted opinions of Phillips race, but in the
Bureau, Community State Parker requested a recount in the State Attorney General Mayor's race as well,
Bank, National Protein, Inc., the marshal's race in the City stating that the X mark was charging that unauthorized Work Slated By Oct. 15
Guaranty Federal Savings & election of September 11. required on write-in ballots. persons were allowed in the
Loan Association of
Gainesville, Jackson Building Parker, a write-in can- Following Hardy's opinion, city hall while votes were Jimmy; Bowen
being counted and that
didate, was defeated by Fred Councilman Ted Curtis madea some
Supply, Florida Power and
Light Co., Food Fair Stores, Phillips 68 to 50. motion to deny Parker's of them ballots actually during the"handled"the counting On CAM DevelopmentOn time who had 445.: votes.
Starke Jaycees, Civitan Clubof Seventeen votes for Parker recount request, and Coun-
This voted
was heatedly Some l,5r)0 in
Starke, Starke Builders were thrown out, however, cilman A. C. Dennison gave process. persons
because his name was writtenin the second. The motion denied with the pros and cons the first primary two weeks
Supplies Inc and BPOE 1802
in tongue-lashing each other to a 301 South Of StarkeEngineering ago in which two candidateswere
Starke. improperly, or some carried unanimously after draw. eliminated from thechlt'f's
instances checked
was not each Councilman expressed
Former Chief
with an X mark. himself as having confidencein The most torrid exchange, design is Final l plat ot the park initially. The plan also calls Bill Rosser race close to
in requesting a recount, the of the election side came between for small shopping area, came
the Drier integrity on a issue complete and initial work on layout shows a meandering a into the second
tun Parker said he had been officials who counted and Council Chairman Pat Glgver construction of streets in shallow lake of approximatelyeight including convenience type getting
advised by a Gainesville at- tallied the votes.Preceding and Mrs. Josephine Fontaine, Pinebrook Village, luxury acres, which Meeks said stores on the site. A central
torney that it was not the Council who challenged Parker's mobile home park at the was necessary in order to take sewage treatment plant will
necessary to place an X on aStarke action, accusations were alleged statement that Mrs. junction of U.S. 301 and High- care of drainage at the site. be installed by Environmental
way 18 south of Starke should lie added however, that the Protection of Jacksonville.The + a ii l
start by October 15, John lake will be spanned by footbridges park will also include
Woman Critical Meeks, vice president of CAM and will feature trails for horseback and
Development, Inc. said this Japanese garden style land- bicycle riding Holly Gillispie
week.A scaping, adding to the beautyof of Charleston, W. Va. will be
the park. park manager.
Youth KilledIn With additional area takenup Target date for completionof
Keystone mobile homes sales office by the lake Meeks said the the park is the fall of 1974 ,
SOUTHSIDE SCHOOL will be opened on the propertysoon park plan now provides Meeks saidPhillip .
as the first phase of the spaces for from 220 to 230 Carnes of Fort \ ,
P.T.A. Meeting Waldo Auto AccidentA operation to be ready for the mobile homes, although all of Lauderdale is president of I$;' > /\
public, Meeks said. these might not be developed CAM: p

MON SEPT 24 rW \
Keystone Heights youth, ment, but no injuries were Ernest Alonzo Spencer, -
7:30SOUTHSIDE: William Kenneth Sumpter, 19, reported. Alachua, struck a 1967 CAFETERIA was killed and a Starke A three-car pile up occurredten Chevrolet station wagon Thompson New CD DirectorJerry .I Ie .

woman Miss Odessa Thomas, feet north of Georgia driven by John Bellamy, .. .' ..L :'
42, injured in an auto accident Street, Sept. 12, when a 1969 Starke,on the left side, on Call
JUNIOR Monday on SR-24 south of Toyota driven by John Benjamin St., Sept. 12. The accident Thompson 27, a sday, Sept 12. in a special duties Monday, Sept. 17, at a Bill Chambers
WOMAN'S CLUB Waldo. Ingram of Greenwoodwas caused $200 damage to communications technician lOt etiing of the county salary of $72,00 p:r year, but primary in a third comeback
making a left turn. A 1972 Spencer's car and $300 to the from Gainesville, was apJrrrv oomnus,ision. on Oct. 1 he will receive the six, try. He got 428 votes just 17
Bridge and Sumpter was killed when his Ford pick-up driven by Robert station wagon.A Thompson assumed his new per cent "cost of all living"! increase fewer than Bowen and by that
19W5 Chevrolet station wagon Edward Rosier of Lawtey, 1966 Volkswagen driven granted county margin his comeback failed
Canasta Party crossed the center line, struck a 1971 Ford driven by by Alma Knight Baker, Lake employees. made the this year. A newcomer to city
board
striking a 1973 Oldsmobile Edward Wilson Connell, in the Geneva, was struck in the 2 ArrestedIn The after appointment politics, Jessie Branson,
driven by Miss Thomas. rear and knocked Connell into rear by a 1973 Chevrolet interviewingthe former police chief in Waldo
WED SEPT 26 Sumpter was on his way to the rear of Ingram. The accident driven by Mitchell Grady 1 .1 r Lnntey two applicants who had for been the and Macclenny\ got 188 votes.
2TO5PMAT work at Hercules Plant when caused $200 damage to Crawford while stopped for a position
the accident occurred. Roster's Ford, $600 damage to traffic light. Baker was Drug Haiti recommended by a screening The outcome Tuesday Isan'body's
THE CLUBHOUSE Connell's Ford, and $150 knocked into another vehiclein committee of county com guess; Telegraph
Miss Thomas was seriously' damage to Ingram's Toyota. front of her; the vehicle was Two persons were arrestedfor missioners Ralph Bryan and reporters have failed to detect
REFRESHMENTSPRIZES injured and transported to the not damaged. possession of marijuanaand Dave Paulk and Starke any deciding factor in
Veterans Hospital in A 1965 Sedan driven by The accident occurred Sept. 4e possession of narcotic councilman Vernon Silcox. questioning a sample of
Gainesville. She underwent Johnny Landon, Starke, was 15, 12 feet west of SR200.A paraphernalia Sunday by the succeeds persons on both sides duringthe
PIPER PERSON surgery Monday morning struck on the right side by a 1967 Ford driven by Bradford County Sheriff's Thompson past week, including the
who
suffering from internal. injuries 1971 Chevrolet driven by Ann Starling was Department.The Charles Hardy resignedlast candidates themselves. Both
Miss Thomas was Loretha Bradley Clay,Sept. 12 struck Cherry on the left side by a 1965 two, Timmy John successful month to make for an the un Chambers and Bowen sap
critical Tomberlon and Linda Marie nice things are "looking good.
in
listed Tuesday as on SR-16. Ernest
Ford Sedarmrtrenby!
.. .,
Court / H of Starko clerk
Lt. his wife were position city Probably the question will be
condition; she was a Landon was crossing SR-16 Cowart Cowart ran a stop ;, Tomberlon.
Commander in the Navy andis and pulled out in front of Mrs. arrested in their home in Hardy, who replaced Rep decided by how many voters
cIr : turned left on Orange
!; sign Frank Williams when he
now employed as a nurse at Clay. The accident caused Street and hit Starling. Lawtey when Deputies serveda make it to the polls and which
Mate> Sank the VA Hospital where she is a $500 damage to both vehicles. Cowart then left the scene of L: search warrant. They live resigned the county CD for post the to way supporters of Rosser and
patient. Landon was arrested for the accident. Bill Powell ran 'I'hoiiipnoiit on SR-12S. run successfully Branson swing in the second
Account Now INuredJ. )Five separate wrecks occurred violation of right-of-way and Cowart down and brought him 'I) Director Both were released on bondsof District Florida House post, primary..
To 120.OOO". in Starke, according to causing an accident.A arrested for pointed Bradford civil $1,001 each Monday on the
,.......1 0. ..h ln.ur..... Corp the Starke Police Depart- 1962 Oldsmobile driven by driving back. Cowart while was intoxicated. uclense director! last Thur felony charges. (See Page 6)) (See Page 8)PKY )




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Woman's Club Host To CouncilThe Sherry Ann Reed 57+ Blankenship-


Starke Woman's Club Mrs. M. A. Baldwin, Mrs. Birthday Party : Underhill, rr +
was host to the President's John Greene, Mrs. Douglas fv Rehearsal Party
Council for District Four of Hardy,Mrs.J. E. Hardy, Mrs. Little Sherry Anne Reed a
the FFWC last Friday morning W. H. Hart, Mrs. Hobert celebrated her first birthday ..,.. ftFt, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin
at the club house.21 clubsin Turner, Mrs. Olin White, and Sunday afternoon when her Williams entertained at a
the district were Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton. parents, Mr. and Mrs. dinner party last Friday nightin
represented. Thomas H. Reed Jr., gave a !' the Pecan Room of the
Following the 10 o'clock -Ao f Garden Restaurant for their
Cowbells NoticeThe party for her at their home on
meeting, presided over by Brooker Road. son, Wayne Blankenship, and
Mrs. M. E. Helms Jr. of 1 fiancee, Miss Pat Underhill,
Jacksonville Beach, District 4 Bradford and Union following the couple's wed-
director, luncheon was ser County Cowbells will meet The 12 relatives and a few .\. .r ding rehearsal.The (
Tuesday,Sept. 25, at 7:30: p.m. close friends attending en- U-shaped dining table
ved.On
the luncheon committeewere in the Union County Courthouse joyed a party in the afternoon was centered with an
Mrs. Ervin Andrews, followed by a buffet supper. arrangement of orange and

4r tf.1 t\ gold chrysanthemums flanked t :
candles .in silver t
by yellow
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"I .. holders. Bridal placecards

; .., .. ,,, marked the seating r
Jeanelle e :.. .. 1., 4,. who arrangement included for the the 35 honored guests It1'% :s n !I

couple, their parents and
Dr. Robert Glllespy, Jr., new director of the Bradford attendants. BPW Officers Attend
Wig Shop County Health Department is greeted at open house by Mrs. Mr. Blankenship presented I
Arlen McKnight, public health nurse, and Dr. A. Y. gifts to his attendants duringthe National ConventionStarke
Covington, retired director. dinner.
BPW officers for Nicaraguan Relief Fund.
126 N. Court Health Department Holds 1973.74 attending the recent The 1974 meeting will be
National Convention in Bal held in Chicago, and in Las
Harbour were (from left): Vegas in 1975.
Open House For New DirectorDr. GOSSIP Bea Kimmons, 1st vice
specialcapless (Old You Know?) president; Desta Dyal,

Robert R. Gillespy. Jr., Redfearn and Mrs. Jeri corresponding secretary; Jo AuxiliaryPlans
new medical director of the Hough, who have been addedto Ann Crosby, president; and
> Bradford County Health the Public Health Depart- The Methodist Women's Della Rosenberg, treasurer SupperThe
I Department, was honored at ment nursing staff.Refreshments Sunday school class enjoyed a and past State president. Bradford
uals County
J an informal refreshment hourat were servedin birthday dinner at the Italian Attending the meeting were will have
7 Cps the Health Department the lobby by members of Fisherman Restaurant in more than 2,000 members covered Hospital Auxiliary dish and a
yT $8.99 Monday afternoon to in- the staff. Gainesville from the U.S., Virgin Islands, supper
Tuesday night
troduce him to the residents of Approximately 100 called celebrating the birthdays of and Puerto Rico, and international meeting. in Monday the,Sept. 24, at 7p.m.
Methodist
Bradford County. Also introduced during the appointed hours 4 members from
I Ilf'i. t Mrs. Olin White and Mrs. A.J. Fellowship Hall. This is the
were Mrs. Mary to 5:30: p.m. Eaves seven other countries.
: eCar.af J'n SI'I/.AI I.ae.11.4 t tJ. Among the guests was Rosa and first all meeting members of the are new urged year to
Osorio, president of the
50th Mrs.J.M. Edwards Sr. will attend.
Observe / ,
McEacherns Anniversary
(/. Thurs. & Fri. t spend next week with her son- Managua BPW Club of
Nicaragua, who was
Only t On Saturday, Sept. 15, in a smorgasbord luncheon, a Mrs.in-law John and daughter Pere in,Orlando.Mr. and presented a check for more Dinner Party
t1 was given, con-
private dining room of the program than$14,000 from the national
-----------------_______ I World Inn on Lake Buena sisting of selections taken BPWC as a donation to the For GamblesMr.
from a "Golden" Memory Mr.and Mrs. p D. Fancher,
Vista, near Orlando, a twelve
noon luncheon was held in Book prepared by Mrs. Jr.joined the Shrine Campers Dukes ReunionSet and Mrs. H. E. Gamble
honor of the 50th wedding Searle. These anecdotes were Caravan at Kingsland, Ga. and family were honored at a
anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. memorable incidents in the over the weekend.Mrs. For Sept. 23 dinner party Sunday evening
ALONE James McEachern, former lives of Mr. and Mrs. by members of the North Side
residents of Keystone Heights.The McEachern from the time Bertha Pearce had as The eleventh annual Dukes in the church
large dining room was they met, until the present.All guests last week, Mrs. Ethel Family Reunion will be held Fellowship Hall following the
lighted by crystal chandeliersand were indicative of the Simmons of Richmond, Va., Sunday, Sept. 23, at the Lake evening service.
tremendous testimony of this Mrs. Clara Swails of Camilla, Butler Center. A
LUXURY QUILT candles. The room was Community The Gambles moved to
TOP
Ga. and Mrs. T, J. Thomas of
colorful with tables covered Christian couple. business session will be heldat Cross City Wednesday where
with orange-colored cloths, The climax of the Valdosta, Ga., Monday to 11 a.m., followed by a Mr. Gamble was transferredwith
arranged for seating four celebration was when the Wednesday; Mrs. B. Haynes basket luncheon at noon. the Florida Correctional
people each. A larger table, McEacherns were given the and daughter Martha, of Ethel Dukes Harris, secretaryof Division.
SAVE $40 SET centered by a four tiered opportunity to speak. Mr. Winter afternoon Haven and on Mrs.Wednesday Annie the group, extends an invitation Approximately 50 membersand
wedding cake,.with bouquetsof McEachern told that on a Mae Ensor; of Jacksonville to all friends and guests enjoyed the affair.
flowers on either side,, was salary of $10 a week he had relatives to attend.
Friday and Saturday.
at one side of the room. been able to save enough to

n A i r wore The a bride floor-length of fifty years gown ago of home make a for down-payment his bride. They on a spent Carlton Friday J.evening Simmons with, Jr.his The Magic Needle1517BessentRd.

moved into this home only two
tangerine-colored and a
crepe brother-in-law and sister, Mr.
LIMITED TIMEINNERSPRING corsage of white chrysan- days after their wedding.Mrs. and Mrs. James W. Todd, Jr., .

themums. McEachern advised all on his way back to Georgia Starke Fla
The celebration was the young couples who were Tech in Atlanta. ,
arranged by Mr. and Mrs. present that the only way to
or McEachern's two daughters, make sure that a marriagewill Mr.and Mrs. Roy Mathus of YARNS-
Mrs. Loureen M. Searle of last is to make Christ the West Palm Beach spent from
FOAM RUBBER Iowa City, Iowa, and Mrs. center of their lives and to Tuesday to Friday with Mrs. YARNS-
Mary Lou M Willis of read the Bible and pray Mathus' stepfather, L. F. YARNS
Orlando. together every day. Smith.
Between 80 and 90 relatives
Luxurious MedallionPuff NAME BRANDS-
-
and friends of the
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Patrick
Quilted to Foam tendance.McEacherns Among were the in friends at- Retired TeachersMet and daughter of West Florida, BERNAT BEAR BRAND -

several residents and Mr. and Mrs.J.R. Weldonof BRUNSWICK
'Regularj were
Keystone Heights and a Sept. 13thA Jacksonville spent the
weekend with their mother, SPINNERIN REYNOLDS
number of workers for the
Gideons in which covered dish luncheonwas Mrs. Gladys Weldon, and COLUMBIA DRITZ MINERVA
5995 organization Mr. McEachernhas enjoyed by the Bradfordand celebrated Mrs. Weldon's
been vitally interestedand Union County Retired birthday which falls on Sept. PLUS

actively engaged for a Teachers organization on 23. WE HAVE PATTERNSAND
number of Thursday, Sept. 13, at the
years. Methodist Fellowship Hall. Mrs. Errol (Corrine)
The occasion for
Twin size happy
mattress box
or matching spring
4 t Mrs. Grace Adams Stevensof Alvarez is a surgical patient in
t ; y Full size 69.95 each nished an opportunity for FREE INSTRUCTIONSON
; C piece families to get together so that Gainesville, a represen- Alachua General Hospital.Mrs. .
there were a number of tative of URTA, was the guest HOW TO USE THEMThere's
smaller reunions within the speaker. She discussed A. G. Loudon, Jr. was
1 ;/ Super King Size larger group.Following. pending legislation and in Riverside Hospital the first
delicious reported on the St. Petersburg of the week for observationand
a
259.95 Set workshop.Mrs. treatment.Mr. 7lu4

Queen Size 189.95 Set Moose Lodge president. Frances of the organization Hamilton,, and Mrs. Billy Dealingand

presided over a short business family and Mr. and Mrs.
Has InstallationAn session. A committee was Bob Stevens of Jacksonville,
appointed to check on the and Gene Pass and son,
enrollment ceremonywas possibilities of a "Fun Day" Kevin, of Gainesville were
Elegant Decorator held at the Moose Lodgeon for members. The meeting Sunday visitors of Mrs. L. D.
Print Cover North 301 Saturday night, time was also changed to the Green and Mrs. Elise Pass.
Sept. 15, with the Ritual Team third Thursday in the month.
Puff Quilted to Foam from Lake Shore Lodge 2020
serving as installing officers. *
Lou Ferrari, from Moose Jr. Club Plans
Heart, Ill. was guest speaker, No
89 95 95 giving an inspiring talk on the
/ 69 organization.The Card PartyThe
following new memberswere ?
Each enrolled: Elmer Kelley, Junior Woman's Club Hard
r'r + Piece H. H. Halle, Rodney Little, will have a bridge and canasta Feelings
Lyn Wilson, Charles He wet t, party Wednesday, Sept. 26
,,. Twin size mattress or matching box spring R. C. Crews. Ellis Rehbere. from .
t 2:00: to 5:00: p m. in the 44
t Full size 79.95 each piece Sinclair Crews, Ronald club house.
Payton and William Wentz.A .
{ f : Super King Size 299.95 Set dinner and dance followedthe
Refreshments will be
with music
x Queen Size 219.95 Set The ceremony Funsters,of Jacksonville.The by. served; prizes awarded. The Voters Of Starke Have
door prize was donated by Tickets will be $1 per person. Expressed

Bill Wilson of Badcock Fur- everyone is invited.ANNOUNCING Their Opinion On The City Management

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(And This Opinion We Will Live By).
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Two graduates of Bradford Mr. and Mrs. X. M. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Mr. and Mrs. Leonard F.
High School have recently and daughter,Terri, attendeda Hardy and Mrs. Pearl Ed- Smith,Jr.of Paxton, attendedthe
received with wards of Starke and Mrs. T. funeral of Mrs. Smith's
promotions and
birthday party family E. Herndon of Valdosta, Ga. ,
mother Lucile Davis on
their ,Mrs.
accounting firms. Mark reunion Sunday at the home of
Hamilton was promoted to Mrs.Smith's parents,Mr. and spent the weekend with Mr. Saturday at the Episcopal ee
and Mrs.J.B. Burnham in St. remained to
Senior Church. They
Accountant with the Mrs.Jerry Bolden, in Melroseon .
Tampa office of Ernst and Mr.Bolden's 75th birthday. Petersburg.Mrs. spend the night with Mr.
Smith's father, L. F. Smith,
Ernst. Hamilton relatives and
Gary was Sixty-four
J. R. Kite visited Mr.
made before returning to their homein
In-Charge with the friends enjoyed the affair.
Atlanta office of Peat, Mar- and Mrs. Burton Marsh and Paxton. They were accompanied -
wick and Mitchell. Mark and Kevin Crawford of Ocala Miss Lugenia Culbreath in by their daughter,
the weekend with his Bushnell Sunday and Monday. Sandra.
Gary are the two eldest sons of spent
Mr. and Mrs. Sherrod grandmother Mrs. W. H.
Hamilton.Mrs. Hart. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Johns of Mrs. Henry O'Hara
Carrolton, Ga. were Wed- returned Saturday after
.E.C.Dukes has had as Mrs. L. A. Weekly of Ocala nesday to Sunday visitors of several weeks visit with
visitors Mr. and Mrs. Curtis and son, Milton Weekly, and his parents,Mr.and Mrs.CarlL. relatives in Tampa, and at- 0
.
Edwards of Meridian, Miss. Van Sternberg of Daytona Johns. tended the Newberne family
on Monday and Tuesday, and Beach, and Mrs. Myrtle reunion. She was accompanied -
Little Mike Shaw underwent
Mrs. Maru Lu Hodge and Dendy of Jacksonville were home by her
daughter of Jacksonville on Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.E. surgery at Hope Haven sister,Mrs.Lenora Waddell of
Monday.Mr. .W.Hayes at Kingsley Lake. Children's Hospital Mondayand Tampa, who will be here for
will have another several days visit.
and Mrs. Marvin Earlyof Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sieg operation Friday for further
and treatment of the burns he Local admittances to
Quitman, Miss. were and daughters, Lauren
Friday to Tuesday guests of LeAnne, and Mrs. Anna received the early part of the Bradford County Hospital this TODAY .
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Early. Leapfrog of Jacksonville were summer in a tent fire. week include: Mrs. Barbara
weekend guests of Mr. and Cane, Hampton; Richard
H. Hall and Solze, Mrs. Mavis Goodge,
Charles
Mrs. Boyd Coker and Mr. Mrs. Leaving for the See The All
attended the christening of Universityof Zane Brooks, George Loper, New 1974
and Mrs. W. A. Coker of West Todd Hall and LeAnne Sieg at South Florida this week Jr., Mrs. Phyllis Phillips,
Palm Beach were weekend are: Gray Flynn, Brad
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guests Church Sunday morning. Greg Parkin, Mrs. Gertrude Mc- Chevrolets and
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PINE LEVEL BAPTIST Valued Contrlb suggestshat It's o weary( day for the
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ObituariesMrs.
touring the storestrying
housewife,
CHURCHFour women's lib probably
STARKE
but to find some beef I
wasn't started by women
- Sunday Sunday School, miles west of Starke on Lucile Davis by a lazy man. worth boycotting.

9:45: ; Morning Worship at 11; Highway Weekly 100.schedule: Sunday .... ....

(From Page 3)) Mr, and Mrs. Joe Bettes of Living"sermon; :Youth"Borderline Handbells, 5pm. Bible School, 10 a.m.; Mor- 73 Mrs., a longtime Lucile Tatum resident Davis of
Mrs. J. H. Faulkner underwent Worship, 10:50: a.m. Class RingsREMOUNT
ning
Church
Tuesday in St. Augustine spent Saturdayto ; Training, 6:15; 5 Starke, died Thursday, Sept.
Teens
surgery Singing p.m.;
Monday with her parents, Evening Worship, 7:30: ; 13, at the home of her
Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Padgettof Riverside Hospital. LTC and Mrs. V. J. Spengler. sermon: "The Need to Grow Evening Training 6 p.m. daughter,Mrs. H. G. Davis, in YOUR OLD
weekend Worship, 7pm.
Plant City were Misses Cindy Mitchell, Up. Evening
of Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Debbie Andrews of Wild- Wednesday Evening Gainesville.She LIKE NEW
guests Anne Haynes and Debbie Monday Boy's Choir, 3:30: ; born in Lakeland DIAMOND
of was on
wood was a Saturday guest 7:30. Choir
Reddish.Mr. Worship, :
Spengler of North Florida Crusader Bells, 4:15: Youth
; July 5, 1900, the daughter of
Kathy Casey. Junior College were home for Choir, 7 p.m. Rehearsal, 8:30.: the late Junius and Ida Wells ALL WORK DONE ON PREMISESBY
.and Mrs.J.S. Pickeringof the weekend. TuesdayCarol Choir, 3:30: ; Nursery open for all services Tatum, and member of DIAMOND SETTER
Mrs. Frank Weaver, Sr., of was a AN ADVANCED
Neb were Fridayto Carol Bells .
Fairbury, 4:15.Wednesday :
St. Mark's
Tuesday visitors of Mrs. L. Williston is visiting her sister Ken Whitehead underwent Family Night John Strickland, pastor; Episcopal Churchin
N. Pickering and also visited and family, Mr. and Mrs. W. surgery Tuesday of last weekin Supper, 6 p.m.; Hour of Gary Wheeler, youth pastor. Starke.
Sr. this week. Surviving are two
Mr. Pickering in the Starke T. Jackson Alachua General Hospital. Power, R.A., 6:30: ; Teachersand daughters, Mrs L. F. Smith, Williams

Nursing Home. Mrs. Linda Kay Johns is Officers Meeting, 7:15: ; SKATING PARTY Jr., of Paxton, Fla., and Mrs.
after Mrs. J. B. Bakken will enter Church Choir Practice, 8 p.m. This last Saturday afternoon H. G. Davis of Gainesville
home undergoing eye ;
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hazen the Gainesville VA Hospital Thursday Music Makers,
and four
of last weekin 23 youngsters, grades grandchildren. Jewelry
Tuesday
and family of Highland City surgery St Vincent's Hospital Friday for foot surgery.Mr. World Friends, 3:30: ; Pre- 2-5, from Mrs. Jimmy Funeral services were held
were Saturday overnight School Music Activities, Thornton's Sunday School at 10 a.m. Saturday in St.
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon George Kopelousos and Mrs. M. A. Baldwin Mission Friends, 4:05: ; Department at Pine Level, Mark's Church with Rev.
Reddish.Mr. were weekend f guests( of Mr. Visitation, 7 p.m. the Fred Yerkes and
returned home Tuesday after attended special party. It Rev John Jeweler"
and Mrs. V. J. Montuoro at "Starke's Largest Quality
held at the Lake Butler
in Riverside was Flynn conducting. Intermentwas
being a patient
and Mrs. David Mon-
Vero Beach. -Ben P. Bryant, pastor with in the in
Rink
and family spent Hospital for a week. department family plot
tgomery Mrs. Jessie Ricks Crosby Lake with
Cemetery
,
,
sponsors
In Lake City at the Alvarez returnedlast
Saturday
Jimmy A. B. Whitehead DeWitt C. Jones Funeral
Gene Winters of Hat- Mrs. Sr.,
home of Rev E. F Mon-
the
after
Miss was last Friday spending MADISON STREET BAP- Mrs. B. M. McRae, Mrs. Home in charge. -
tgomery Sr. and attended and birth-a Wednesday tiesburg. and Thursday summer in Europe as an FFA TIST CHURCH Thornton Johns, and Mrs. rv ; ;; ; ; '
family get-together student. Now Is Time
exchange
,
celebration for AlanMontgomery's guest of his uncle and aunt, James Broome, with Cynthiaand J 1
day II.E. Stokes
Dr. and Mrs. H. G. Bollinger. Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.; Donna Thornton and
12th birthdayand Mr and Mrs. Edward Sch- Morning Worship at 11; Youth Pastor Gary Wheeler Plants ForFailFertilizer I II
Rev Montgomery's/; : 81st Church Horace E. Stokes, Jr., 36, of
Training, 6:15: ; WMU the
W.Strickland in and heading activities.
Mrs.F. was wab of Merritt Island son, up
which fall in September
birthday. St Vincent's Hospital Mondayand Eddie Schwab of Gainesvillewere Prayer Circle, 7:15: ; Evening Refreshments, canned drinks Brooker, died Friday, Sept. I ( GROTONE I
TRAY
after illness. Born in 59
Service, 7:30.Monday: 14, a long
Tuesday for minor weekend guests of Mrs and cup cakes served af- WEED AND
Youth Choir Brooker on March 27, 1937, he
7
Farr has surgery. Myrtle Anderson. terwards. All had a great
Mrs Alvin was a truck driver and a FEED FOR
returned from Alachua p.m.Tuesday time! member of Rock Primitive Rye CENTIPEDEAND I '
Bible Study, 10 !
Mrs. J. W. Kincaid is a
General Hospital where she Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Van- Baptist Church.
underwent treatment for ten patient in Riverside Hospital. derlip of Tucker, Ga. were m.Wednesday Prayer WEEKEND Pine Level YOUTH teens and RALLY guests Surviving is his wife, DorisJ. AUGUSTINELAWNS ST.

days. Mrs. Kathleen Goethe of Saturday afternoon visitors of Meeting, Preteen Bible Study, have been invited to a Stokes, and his mother, Grass$1 .85 +4+1 '
East Palatka was a weekend Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mooty. 7:30: p.m.; Adult Choir, 8:30.: weekend Youth Rally at Berea Mrs.Alberta L.Stokes,both of SEED
and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell COVERS
Mr.
of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thursday Youth Bible Baptist Church, Jacksonville. Brooker; two daughters, Mrs. t.>
visited Mrs. Esma Yongueand guest Jimmy Andrews, who has Study, 8 p.m. Martha Ann Pittman, Lake 50LB. $14.95 2500 SOFT.
Thomas. Departure time is Friday
Mr. and Mrs. Emory in areas of Butler and Miss Sue
been active many Peggy ONLY $R'95 I
after school, and they will
Dean in Fairfield Sunday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green student life at BUS and Denton Sumrall,Pastor return Saturday Stokes, Brooker; three

returned last Friday after a Furman University, returnedto Special speaker will be evening.Wavne brothers, Dewey W. Stokes, + GROTONE l
GROTONE PELLETSWITH
and Mrs. William S.
week. He
this was Stokes
two weeks visit with Mr. and Furman Swearingen, nationally known Starke; Rudolph HARD I
Glover and family of freshman class represen- Kissimmee,and Donel Stokes, 3; MINOR ELEMENTS
Robert Genereux and GREENHARDENS
Mrs. youth evangelist.The
Brooksville have moved backto tative and was reelected to Brooker; four sisters, Mrs. > I DEAL LAWN AND
Starke where Mr. Glover is family in Westfield, Mass. teens will be coming ., I I
serve for his sophomore year. NEWS ABOUT all Mildred Martin, Fort Myers; GARDEN FOOD
from the State and
over ,
manager of the Holiday Inn. is president for ALL PLANTS if
He !
presently Mrs. Wilma Brannen
Mr. and Mrs. Ron Caimano Mrs. J. C. Dukes Mrs. freshman class. will spend the night, with a 50 LB 85
Lawson and Mrs the incoming to Fort Clinch the next Brooker; Mrs. Jewell :) j $3
of the Jimmy trip rEED
and daughter, formerly ONLY
Jimmy is attending Furmanon Keedwell, Brockton, Mass., PROTECTs
Starke Holiday Inn, have Jimmy Smith attended the dual General Excellenceand SERVICE MEN day, to witness and pass out TO .'
a and Miss Ruby Stokes,
moved to Brooksville where Junior Woman's Club state Track Scholarship. In gospel tracts. FROM THE Golden I DealFertilizer
Brooker and two grand-
board St. Peter- ; '
Mr. Caiman will manage the meeting in track he runs the 120 high and .. children. COLD

Holiday Inn there. sburg Sunday to Tuesday. the 440 intermediate hurdles. Win. J. Smith Funeral services were neia 50 LB. $f.85

He finished his freshman year PENSACOLA, Sept. 7 at 2 p.m. Monday in Rock 4-7-5. 09
with a grade average of 3.286. Navy Ensign Barry G. Firth, Primitive Baptist Church with ONLY

son of Mr.and Mrs Robert E. William J. Smith, 3 1.2 Elder Curtis Bass conducting. 1O-1O-1O $2 29
I
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen L. Firth of 535 N. Cherry St., month-old infant son of Mr. Interment was in Rock USE ORTHO 50 LB BAG.
Smith of Wetumpka, Ala. Starke, Fla., became a and Mrs. William Jack Smith, Cemetery with DeWitt C, VOLCK OIL
spent Monday night of last member of the 'Navy's died in a Gainesville hospital Jones Funeral Home in SPRAY NOW Fresh FallVegetable

_ DRESS FACTORY week with his grandfather, "Flattop Fraternity" after Friday, Se.t 14, after a brief I o.xo I
Smith, of Starke, PTI98
Leonard F making his sixth Carrier il'ness. He was born in w? Seed
while on the way to Mrs. Qualification Landing on- I
Gainesville on June 4, 1973.
Smith's home in Ft. Myers board the Aircraft Carrier QT $1 59 Now In Stock
Steve is attending the USS LEXINGTON.
REMNANT SALE Seminary at Emory This qualification completesthe Besides his parents, he is I II
University, Atlanta,and also basic propeller aircraft survived by paternal grand- I
serving as the Methodist phase of his naval aviation parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Yi: I We Spread Fertilizer t
pastor at Wetumpka. They training. He will now go on to Smith, of Baldwin, and
returned to Starke to attend more advanced phases of maternal grandmother, Mrs. i I Give Us A Call t
the funeral of Mr Smith's aviation training. Marlene Crawford, Starke. tt

SaturdaySepter.nber,22 grandmother, Mrs Lucile t

Davis on Saturday.Today' Funeral services were held GARDEN t
Some diets boast that they at 11 a.m. Monday at the I LORIDA
teenagers are allow !you to eat anythingyou ; .
graveside in Keystone Heights "Being put on a pedestal :
7:30 A M. Till Noon practical
Only want. More
getting so spoiled that their as effective Cemetery with Richard Tillis has disadvantages! which ONCENTERi :
and probably
conducting. DeWitt C. Jones \
own telephone Is! not enough. would be one that lets you you're apt to discover the
Funeral Home of Starke
bug.Now they want their own eat ford.anything you could af in charge of services was time lepV'you fail to watch your CMEMKAl CO. 539 964-5745 EAST CALL ST t

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For Chief of Police


JUST ONE DAY (Next Tuesday) AND HE WILL SUPPORTAND Mustang n Ohio


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5 Years As Police Officer 24 Hour Protection

2 Years As Councilman Against Break-in


4 Years As An Employer 24 Hour A Day to Preserve -
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1974 Ford Torino.The solid mid-size.
20 Years As An Employee '! Peace and Order

Torino's got a new young look this

Pitt All This Experience Will year Excitingly restyled outside .
Protect the Innocent / exciting new features inside.And

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I would like to sincerely thank the people of Starke for the fine vote given me in the First Primaryand optional tires and deluxe deluxe wheel bumper covers group., white sidewall FO R D

ask for their continued vote and support. To those who voted for the other two candidates, I
sincerely ask for your consideration in the second primary next Tuesday. See all the 74'sfrom Ford on September

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Lack Of Quorum Limits Action Of Zoning BoardNo I
Swindell, and Mrs. Edith
CHURCH ACTIVITIES LAW TEY Swinney visited Mrs. Robie
Faith Baptist Church Chairman John with a more modern and more
Radio Program over WPXE. Wellsman, of Jacksonville, official action could be present-- expensive unit.
them. Torode and E. W. Hodges.
,
8 a.m. Sundays. Bible School Mr. and Mrs. Lane Carter By Elizabeth Swindell and sons, and Mrs. who is recuperating from open taken by the Bradford County Member Rex Smith was M. C. Thompson was told it
10 a.m. Worship Services 11 and daughter, of Gainesville, Terry Edith Swinney attended a heart surgery at the home of Zoning Board at Its regular reported ill, and member Z. would be all right for him to
a.m. and 7:30: p.m. School on were Wednesday dinner birthday party in Jacksonville her son-in-law and daughter, meeting on Aug. 28, W. Hamilton, of Brooker, place a mobile home and
Bible Doctrine, Tuesday, 8 guests of their mother, Mrs. Sunday for the Robertson'sgreatgranddaughter Mr. and Mrs. Horace Beach, because of the lack ot a recently submitted his operate a bait and tackle shopon
p.m.at Pastor's home. Prayer Lois Carter. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas earlier on Sunday afternoon. quorum.Only two members of after several seven acres of property,
and Jay, of Live Oak Michelle Roberts (of Lake Mrs Hermie[ the seven-man board were resignation
Meeting, Wednesday 7:30: Mr. and Mrs. II.D. Sheldon, spent Kelly attendedthe months of nonattendance.The now zoned EA, on U.S. 301
last of her
Bible Sunday with their City) at the home retired teachers luncheonat
p.m. Study. North.
of Silver Springs, were Better PromisedBy Commission has
Eating County
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mr. and Mrs. the
Grace United Methodist and grandparents Methodist RecreationHall Bill Ahrano of Santa Fe
Wednesday guests of Mr. not yet named a replacementfor
Church Sunday School 9:45: Mrs. Oscar Carter. They had Moore. Julius Beach, in Jacksonville.There in Starke on Thursday.Mrs. Current Research Hamilton. Other membersof Lake reported two potential
a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. dinner at the Red Lobster Vicki Nicula celebrated her were 30'guests present. Bill Wolfe and son, of Tomorrow's consumer will the board are Jerome violations of zoning
and 8 p.m. MYF Sunday nightat Restaurant in Jacksonvillethat birthday"Slumber anniversary with a Coleman Phillips carried his Cape Coral, spent the probably find his beef more Johns, Art Kiefer, and Ernest regulations in his area. He ,
6:30: followed by Choir night. Party" last Friday mother Mrs. O. J. Phillips, weekend with her mother, tender and his pork a lot Triest.A said that one of his neighbors
Practice. Mrs. J. L. Heath, of Nora night. Those attending were: and his aunt, Mrs. Lois Mrs. Hester Hicks, and other leaner as the result of animal hearing on the applicationof appeared to be building a
Highland Church Starling, Sheri Shuford, to her aunt, Miss relatives.Mr. de within three feet of
Baptist Savannah, Ga., spent a week Kim Carter, see technology now being Leon Ellington for a changein structure
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. with her brother-in-law and and Marla Norman, Debbie Phillips, of Mac- and Mrs. Glen Shuford veloped. classification on 40 acres his side lot,, line, whereas
Annette
Worship Services 11 a.m. and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Austin, Monica clenny, last Friday. and family, Mrs. Bill Wolfe Research is currently being near Santa Fe Lake from R1A zoning regulations require a
7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting Dobbs. Tina Bryant, Dee Gaskins, and Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly and Danny, and Mrs. Hester centered on crossbreedingand (residential) to Open Rural side set-back of 7 1-2 feet
Wednesday 7:30: p.m. followedby Friends of Mrs. George meals Griffis. Brsides the two visited their brother and Hicks attended a birthday other to genetic the modifications cutabil- was postponed for a month Zoning director Gene Long
Choir Practice. Kelly regret to learn that she they were served ice sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. E. party honoring Mrs. Hicks' ity and improve feed conversion in due to lack of a quorum.In advised Ahrano that the party
is a patient in St. Vincent's cream Miss on Saturday. L. Kelly, Sr., of Middleburg sister, Mrs. Cora Hodges, of beef cattle. unofficial action, the erecting the building had
Friends of Mrs. Les Mc- Hospital. Miss Elizabeth Terry and Sunday. Jacksonville\ on her 80th. And breakthroughs alreadyare board: contacted the zoning office
Clellan regret to learn that she Kelly Fields celebrated his visited Arthurine Blanchard Miss Arthurine Blanchard birthday, and also a family being made with selec- -Advised Morris Johns that and had been advised about
is a patient in Jacksonville 11th birthday on Saturday at her sister Miss Enza spent Thursday in Jackson- reunion dinner at the home of tive crossbreeding in hogs to he could not replace his set-back requirements.Ahrano .
Memorial Hospital, of the home of his parents, Mr. Blanchard. of Macclenny, on ville and was a luncheon guestof her nephew, D. J. Parrish, produce pork with a lower present mobile home on Santa said footings for the
Jacksonville. Her room and Mrs. Jack Kuhne. Those Tuesday.Mrs.. Mrs. William Harrell. and family. There were 75 fat content. In the past 25 Fe Lake with a new home building had already been
number is 317-B, and she will who were present were Mr. Lissie Starling, of Friends of Mrs. Glen guests present.Mr. years, the amount of fat on a because the area is now zonedto poured with only a three-foot
appreciate cards. and Mrs. Jim Newson, Mrs. Jacksonville, is spending Starling regret to learn that and Mrs. Wm. Mobley hog carcass has been Further cut by exclude mobile homes. set-back.
Mrs. Nellie Parrish, of Nanette Hughes and children, Mrs.sometime with her daughter, she is a patient in St. Vincent's and daughter and nephew, of 15 to 20 pounds.are expected be-reductions Although Johns was "grand. Ahrano also reported that
Maxville, called on her in- of Green Cove Springs, Mr. relatives.Elsie Norman and other Hospital, Jacksonville.Mr. Tampa, spent the weekend tween now and 1985 as tech- fathered in" with his present the owner of Lot No. 33, Indian
laws, Mr. and Mrs. Owen and Mrs. Wm. Mobley, Mr. and and Mrs. J. C. Prevatt, with their brother-In-law and nological improvements con- mobile home, he would lose Beach Subdivision, appearedto
Anders,last Friday afternoon. granddaughter and Mrs. Fred Bennett Jr., of Gainesville, 'spent sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jack tinue to be made in this status if any change was be planning to construct a
Mrs. Maines Griffis and Tampa, Mrs. Carolyn Holmes were Reddish guests of Mrs. Bryant Saturday with their parents, Kuhne and family. aspect of American ever: made Chairman Torode said. second house on the property.
children, and Mrs. Virgil and children, Mike Griffis, on Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt. ture. Johns said that mobile homes Chairman Torode asked
Griffis, of Palatka, brought and Yancy Brown, of Starke, Mr.They were dinner guests of H. C. Harley, of Bushnell, are still being moved into the Ahrano to advise the owner
and
their mother, Mrs. Nellie the Kuhnes, Helen, Randy, Jacksonville.Mr. Mrs.. Jesse Knapp in was a Thursday overnight Safety Council Stresses area, and he could not un- that this would be in violationof
Wilkinson, home on Saturday and John. Homemade cake guest of his son-in-law and derstand why he was not the zoning on Santa Fe for
after she spent some time with and ice cream were served. Robertson and Mrs. J. F. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. allowed to replace his old one single family residences.
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Wayne Massey, and family.Mr. .

..._. ... .._ ... and Mrs. Hermie Kelly ,
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spent Wednesday with Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Estes of ,
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\'\ Brunswick, Ga. OO'{ Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Vogler A new system of automobile tire wear" the Guide emphasizes : Why Should

and family, of New Smyrna, tire rotation for maximum adding, '.'In some I I
\& spent Sunday with their safe tread life has been instances if irregular wear

eC parents, Mr. and Mrs. Doc adopted by tire industry experts !begins/ to develop rotation will You
Mosley. the Tire Industry safety he advisable less than fi.OOO( :
Reggie Norman, of It- Council reports today in a new miles.' "
chtucknee Springs, spent edition of its "Consumer TireGuide" ,
Saturday with his parents, The Guide says that in-
...A Mr. and Mrs. Truman Nor- bias Ilation should be recheckedafter Buy ANew
Using the new system
rotation to get proper
and belted bias rear tires
$115 man.Mr.. and Mrs. J. C. Prevatt, front and rear pressure I
moved slraighlforward
should be
Jr., of Gainesville, Mr. and relationship.
Co-Co-Co to Mrs. Truman Norman, Mr. and front tires crisscrossed Rotation time is also a good I I
I
and Mrs. L. H. Mr. to the rear wheels.
Harper time to inspect tires for
74- and Mrs. Wayne Harper and The old rotation system was damage and to remove foreign DodgeChrysler

All -;;- son, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy the reverse, front tires moved objects embedded in the 1 1I
Day ; Cj Harper and children, all of straight back and rear tires tread the Guide suggests.
Starke, and Mr. and Mrs. criss-crossed forward. The Guide cautions that if ,
Wishbone : Bobby Norman and children, The new Guide also Includesa different types of tires are
FridaySept,21 gathered at the home of Mr. i rotation pattern for radial used on front and rear axles
and Mrs. Carl Prevatt on tires. rotated the 1
should be on
..... Sunday for a family dinner Radials should be exchanged they axle. I
and get-together, honoring ironl and rear on the same
their mother and grand- same side of the aulon.obilf The new blue-colored Guidecan I I IM

mother, Mrs. Carl Prevatt, on the experts say. The; should be obtained free of chargeon I
I her request to: "Tire Safety, M fI
birthday anniversary.Mrs.
be criss-crossed. !
CHICKEN DINNER Linnie Gilchrist, of never"Proper rotation; Box 726 New York, New York or Plymouth
,, Brunswick, Ga., is spending procedures are spelled out in 1W)10.) Include a stamped self-

3 PCS. Chicken sometime with her sister, detail in the new Guide addressed business-size I II
if!) envelope.The .
Mrs. Mae Wells. On Saturday primarily because they are an
they visited another sister, 16-page booklet features '
Mashed Potatoes tire safety
: w/j ravy important and load tables for
Mrs. Ruth Barthlow, of Inflation
Middleburg.Mr. precaution", said Council current domestic passenger I !
Cole Slaw Chairman Malcolm R. Lovell. 1 Today I
and Mrs. Donald tire sizes and most sizes on I
Hot Buttered Bread Wilkison Jr., of Jacksonville, Jr. and tire popular imported cars plus ,
"Premalure uneven
spent Sunday with their tips on tire selection, care,
To Be parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald \\ear can cause poor steering and mileage. -
Fried Chicken The Way It Ought Wilkison Sr. response and possible suddentire safely The"Consumer Tire Guide"is FROM STARKECHRYPLYMOUTH

Phone 964-5858 236 S. Temple Ave. Mrs. C. A. North Mrs. S. L. explained."To disablement". Mr. Lovell published by the Tire In-
dustry Safety Council incooperation
realize the full potential with the National
of tread life, tires should be
SERVICE SATISFACTION SAVINGS SERVICE SATISFACTION -. rotated at fi.HH( ) to H.ouu mile Highway Traffic, the Safety American Administration -
Guide;
intervals the new Automobile Association the

; !says."The first! such rotation is American Petroleum In. DODGE I I I
,
stitute. the National Safety -
;"t.W. )hy far the most important in*
GOLD: t Council and the national Tire
: t C
"
uw ( 1 ;::; Dealers and Rclreaders

., '' -u Association.The U.S. 301 I N.STARKE

C3I ..- .- ItTj available Council a Tire also Safety makes and .

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: J'' contains the Guide, air FLA I

MEDAL tread depth
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z a I 1to; Let Us Show You How c4. C CharleyE.. # U.S. Farm Exports Up ,I Simple. I Ii

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H U To Start Living In .,o enC3 I hemisphere. farm exports countries to Western hita i t They Will I

w A About This Question: new high of $1.59 billion in I I
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Your OwnHome "A Milwaukee banker and 1972.
Very '
z
,<< political leader was sued The record was due chiefly II
'*' for $200.000 in a libel ac- to rising sales to Canada and
4"'J- (> O awarded Latin America according tc Not BeUndersold.
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enen C'(> 'II > the U.S. Department of Agri I I
I a' 4' 275000. Does this point up culture,
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53C3 with !
; people?" made to Canada, along I
:> < increases in wheat and other .
{Y = food products, plus animal
w o Charley E. and poultry feedstuffs to I I
Latin America. See Tom Collins Or
M JOHNS AGENCY
Additional rises in certainU.S.

I 3 Br. Double Wide For As Little As '700 Down I 131 So Walnut St. farm in these exports same are areas expected in- Ed Ripplinger Today

1973, the USDA said. I
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MENTAL HEALTH Jimmy Alvarez To Receive Top National FFA AwardJimmy I


MATTERS Alvarez of Starke, His nomination for the At the same ceremony in leadership activities. Farmer Degree are eligiblefor
former president of the American Farmer Degreewas Kansas City Jimmy's advisor, His Bradford High School the American Farmer
morgasbold Bradford High FFA Chapterand approved at a recent Paul Hutchms, will receive an vocational agriculture instructors Degree
Bertram S. Brown M.D.
National FFA Con-
National and KFA advisorsare The
the State of Florida FFA meeting of the FFA honorary American Farmer
Director organization, will\ receive the Board of Directors in Degree. David B. Smith and Paul vention is an annual event of
National Instituteof American Farmer Degree, Washington, D. C. One of 564 C. Hutchins, both of Starke the Future Farmers of

"ALL YOU CARE TO EA T" Mental Health highest degree presented by FFA, members nominated for Alvarez is the son of Mr and The American Farmer coveted American and with is carried the out U.S.in
the National FFA the American Farmer Mrs. Harold A. Alvarez of Degree is a high cooperation
Organization Degree, Jimmy will receivethe Bradford County and is award because it is presentedto Office of Education, of the
BANQUET FACILITIES Alvarez, recently returned degree in a special currently a student at Lake less than one per cent of the Department \If" Health,
from Thursday, Oct. total 447,000 FFA mem Education, and Welfare. This
***** ** *** The 525,000) young men unj a summer in Europe ceremony on City Community College. FFA
** sponsored by the National 18, in Kansas City, Mo., bership. It is presented only year over 12,000( mem-
women of the U.S. Jaycees can of the National Ft'A bers, vocational agriculture
FFA Exchange Work Abroad pending a final vote approval by
COCKTAILSSummer pl.iy a vital role in combattinga Program, is also a candidatefor by 115 student He earned the American Organization to members who teachers, parents and guestsare
major national problem which national FFA office, delegates who represent FFA Farmer Degree: on the basis of have demonstrated exceptional expected to take part in
bours attests more than 9,000,000()( having been nominated this members in Convention his supervised occupational agricultural and the 46th National FFA Convention -

11AM-2 30PM & 4:30PM-8:30PM Mon Sat Americans, it .ukled spring by the Florida FFA, business sessions. experience program and his leadership ability. .
Convention. Each American farmer The convention is conducted
Dr Morris E. Chaftt/, Director -
11:30AM 8:30PM on SUNDAY of the National Institute on Degree recipient will be entirely by student membersall
presented a gold key and between the ages of 14 and
Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism,
C.D. Director. the national National ,FFA, Officers
Six
FEATURING EVERY WEEK-END said that the grantiII support Peanuts Boiled Home certificate by 21.
of all business
FFA, organization. Recipients take charge
Jaycee programs to develop (From Page 1))
who attend the national I sessions and 115 official
Alaskan Crab Claws broad-based citizen participation October will delegates represent the
Friday King in the and resolutionof convention in
awareness
also be presented a check membership in voting on all
alcohol abuse served only a year as CD
Saturday-Steak problems.community director. Cooking at Its BestHome from the National ,FFA issues of business.
Since 1971 Thompson nas Foundation to help pay their In addition to the American

Sunday-Turkey & Dressing Educational programs will worked as a senior technicianfor travel expenses. Farmer Degree many other
emphasize five problem area: Southern Communications To qualify for the American FFA awards are presented
driving, health, family, peer. Service in Gainesyille, cooking is a phrase peanut sign or resist the ven Farmer Degree FFA mem- during 4he conventIOn. Con-
Mfii38i.ifliliBatfly group, and legislative aspects of maintaining two-way radio often used to say that's the dor's chant, "BOILED PEA bers must have advanced tests are held in dairy
,coy: drinking. systems for law enforcement way the folks who raise this NUTS!" through a system of degrees livestock, poultry, meats
the hospitals and fire food prepare it for their good Here's how many of the unique to the FFA, milk quality and dairy foods,
Although the will involve agencies
project -
IR sA stations. eating to overcome the mo- country store owners "homecook" organization. FFA members agricultural mechanics, and
eGSweden & all of Ihe 6,400()() local Jaycee Greenhands and Several
; chapters across the Nation, His education includes a notony of being around and their peanuts. Get a begin as public speaking. guest
S? o/ degree from Lake City handling the product pot that will hold 13 to 15 after one year of membershipmay speakers of national
pe five target cities Gill be chosen every be advanced by the local ( address the
House prominence
pace\ IMliailM" CSlOo/ for special programs which will Community College. born day. The method for "homecooking" pounds of raw peanuts. Wash chapter to the degree of convention audience and
CSI give individual emphasis to each Thompson! was in Florida peanuts is the peanuts. Pour at least 5/8/ "Chapter ,Farmer"_ The third entertainment is interspersedwith
Buffalo, :New: York but was
.... problem area. raised in Lake City where he boiling them in salt water. of a box of salt, (the ordinary degree, that of "State Far- the business. The convention

2400 S.W. lob St. it Ihrtis GtrdcisGainesville .. graduated from Columbia The newcomer to Florida round box) over the cold mer", is presented by the is the largest annual
High School in 15 He" was sets many handwritten signsin peanuts. Cover with water State FFA, Association and is youth convention in the
; Flu. 376-257 employed for several years as the country store windows and bring to a slow boil. Boil presented to two per cent of nation. It closes on Friday
an electronics technician bv that say "boiled peanuts." them 3 to 4 hours and taste the State's FFA membershipin (evening with the installationof
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the University of Florida and So, the first way a visitor can for the right I tenderness- any one 'ear. Only students six new National FFA
who have earned the State Officers.
was responsible for maintenance go: "native" in Florida is to crisp, medium soft or soft, as
of audio-visual got: some boiled peanuts. Un you like. Cut off heat when

equipment. like I lie advertising adage that they taste right. Then let

Thompson is an amateur the first one will make you them sit in the salt water for KEYSTONE MELROSE
radio operator, a licensed -
eat more, the first boiled
Nusfan9 radio-telephone operator a 30 minutes Drain and (enjoy
skindiver, photographer, and peanut you eat leaves a tasteof peanuts Florida Cracker sl'I lo. iUSINESS DIRECTORY
has completed the American doubt. They taste like they However, that is not theonly
Hed Cross standard course in ought: to be good; they don'ttahle
first aid. like roasted peanuts. So way peanuts are deli
cious. Roasted they add FISHER\IA SUPPLIES; I H\RDIVARK\ GARDEN-
lie also gained valuable you must eat two or three
MOBILE HOMES something to the plot of a
''Nt communication experience more to make a distinction
w hile serving with the Florida between the boiled and the movie. In peanut butter they SLIMS f'r e HAIDWAII
National Guard. roasted taste already make many foods taste good.{ ANt
1650 N. Temple A>e. 964-721 2 At present Thompson and recogni/e. you And in adventurous cooking, Fish -tTStuff
his wife and child live in they can be cooked with, iAR1E116ENTQLiv. '
And the fourth fifth
Starke Flu. Open 9B6 Sun. Gainesville, but he said he or served with and mixed in BoitMinnow A complete line ol Hdw.
goober: hooks you. From thenon
plans to move to Starke. can't boiled with many, many staple vegetables Crick.t..Shinn.r..Morm. BENJAMIN MOORE PAINTSPlumbing
you puss up a
meats and fruits & Electrical Supp.
Your Mobile Home Be adventurous and try TACKLE-RODS-REELS Cro-Teno Fertiliser

these from the Insecticide*
CustomHouse recipes Geor FISHING & HUNTING
gia Peanut Commission AMMUNITION Lumber & Building Mo'oI.1s) l
Center LICENSES
Shopping Plans ICE Hwy. 21) N. 200 yds From Light

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Featuring

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Ernest R. McLean APPLI\NCE:

1/2/ c. shortening Robbie's Camp ..0_.....
Year End Close Out Ht 1 Box 285-11 1 c. granulated sugar Trailer Solos'atety JlIUSUP
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2 .
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Keystone Ilgts; GdS C.C5. TV STERO
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Continues c. Price and Ctdtori on lot CAR AND PORTABLE
1 c. mashed bananas
ripe Hi Low I-xclusive TAPE DECKSCOMMERICAL
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12 x6;,- FtilltFurnished Want Correspondence From peanuts 3.S Mile, 4:03 S Of Keystone, SALES & SERVICE '

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With Air Conditioning RELATIVES OF Cream shortening and sugar ,

until light and flurry. Beat in RK\L KSTXTKUTOSKRICK: I
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edges and cool rack. Add 473-4692 'Good Tires
25 FT OF WATER HOOK-UP & 20 FT OF SEWER PIPE PLUS A SET OF STEPS on >e FLA 33030
topping. '.In.I i Knrpper4"t\.1 1 I

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Free 6 tbsp. softened butter
Classes Pries 2 egg{ yolks Nell VK.lck .\\" REALTOR

Door 1/3 c. light cream Beauty Sty If Shof Mrmbtr of "WI..I
GRAND I 2 tsp. vanilla extract t>l Residential Appraiser,
I 1 lb. sifted confectioner'ssugar "For a 1 lovelier "etvinn, I hi< .Area For 2G 3 ears

; I you"Phono Mrs \.lb,111"en' 4-3-4-40 I
& ..:- 1/2 c. finely chopped cocktail 475-221
Men Dolores liilmore 1"1-<60CMr"
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peanuts
-1t Between j 'luanne t.asett .j'5-1622
A
: Stir coconut in a skillet over ;Keystone Mr. I.e.lie, Robinson, 4"5-lH5(
low heat until golden brown.
Y Heights VMclros 'I
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and
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and peanuts Spread some of for The Complete
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Crafts layers. Sprinkle some of the HWY 21 D.'....." ServiceKeystone ,
peanut coconut mixture AAA
over K'ytton. it Mtlroi. --I
... the frosting. Frost sides and
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top of cake and sprinkle with
( :Nights: 4-J-2838
remaining peanut coconut
mixture.

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Sept 21 & 22 GIFTSCERAMICS My Neighbors Tractor Cloy Fill Work | James a', Bell, Owner

Hank Brunlng CommercialResidential

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llwy' 301 North 5 Mi. North Of Starke #fiI.' -A..,;..0.', ',\.. 1.1 1.// P.O. BOX 41 T Range Hoods Fixture .

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ocular note-my seat .belt U The Linda! Cads Homos Tires. Batted

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ji i j 1 "' BROOKER IN BRIEF *******************l Local Control Of Mental Health


By LINDA G. coy !

BROOKER BAPTIST Among these was Mrs. Linda 1"e C .: i Proposal Is Accepted FavorablyA
CHURCH[ REVIVAL Emslie, an associate teacherin : - There will be a Revival at reading, who will be *
the, Brooker Church working with Mrs. Brooks in CJ.V"V
Baptist ,
, proposal by the Bradford- The report noted that County Commission meetingis October 1. The report said this
30 to October 6 the reading *
at
: September program. By Union County Advisory children from the two countiesare like stepping back 50 yearsin selection was made at a
I 7:30: p.m. Dr. Paul Meigs, Committee to bring more sent to Gainesville for time' suggest respect for dinner party at the home of
I evangelist. During the business : Mona At chant local control to these countiesin therapy, and a children's the community?" the report the head of the University of
Dr. Meigs served as meeting, plans for the r. ,L the operation of their consultant visits Bradford and asked. Florida psychiatry depart-
I Director of Evangelism for Halloween Carnival on Oct. 27 Mental Health Clinics met Union Counties only once a Bradford-Union ment.
the Fla. Baptist Convention. were discussed. A committee The stomp over the Ocala There will be a dance with generally' favorable week. The Dr. D.A. Lund interim
I Song Service led by Lavern for further Knights, Friday night was a the football game statement also criticized
chairman meeting following response at a district meeting "Does the statement made to director of the ten-county
Outlaw, Sr. will be held Thursday fantastic 21-0 victory for .our tomorrow night at the paying $40,000 a will
Five who
planning Tornadoes. in Gainesville Monday night, by an administrator to a to be an administrator District !set up
Sept. 20, at 7:30: p.m. Fighting National Guard Armory with but no concrete action was mental health technicians' psychiatrist instead of a serve until Oct. 1 I. said later
BUS fans really showed "Mixed Breed" playing. The taken. class that 'attending a UnionSHORTTRIPPER of that many of'the 18 objections
doctor, and the manner
some spirit when two touchdowns lasts
dance starts at. 9 p.m., raised in the BradfordUnionreport
Tetston Family Plans After the meeting adjourned were scored by Terry until 12:30: p.m. with $1.50 selection of Dr. Jose Llinas to were justified.DON'T .
ReunionMr. refreshments were Hayes and one by quarterback admission per person. It is Led by County Commissioner become the new director on
and Mrs. George Tet- served in the school cafeteriafor Charlie Green. Charlie's sponsored by the Little Ralph Bryan of
stone cordially invite all all to enjoy the new in- sister, Anita, lead the BUS Women of the Women's Club. Starke, a member of the
relatives to a family reunionin terior. The paneling and the marching band onto the fieldas Advisory Committee, the ,
Brooker at the home of Mr. new lighting, a remodeling the head majorette.The Bradford-Union County:
and Mrs. Otis Tetstone Sun- project of the county, gave a ATTENTION: groups have protested that the
day, Sept. 30. Bring a covered Brand new look to the old Deadline for news materials local communities have no MISS
voice
in the
dish and enjoy fellowship cafeteria. During the refresh- each week is Monday af- program and
together. Friends are ment time and afterwards, the Junior Varsity plays ternoon,no later than 3 p.m. If administration their programs of
welcome too. parents and teachers had time tonight against Eastside, andI you have late news, it shouldbe units. J
know we want the Baby
to get acquainted.
in the following week'sarticle.
Tornadoes to come out Their report suggested a
The Brooker Elementary number one too. So come to plan for Bradford and Unionto THESE UsedSpecials
School PTA held its first the game and help support our enter into contracts with the
meeting for the 73-74 school SympathyOur team. Their next game is Mental Health Board for
year on Sept. II. The new of. heart-felt sympathy, September 27 against Orange The annual staff proudly services in order to retain 1
ficers are: Fred Johns! love and prayers are extendedto Park. elected Marian Dowling the as some degree of local control.
their Editor-in-Chief of Car
president; vicepresidentJames the family of Horace E. Varsity's next game is They maintain that all
She is
1974 BHS Annual. a
Watson; secretary Stokes, Jr. who passed away tomorrow night against and decisions now are made in
Joan Watson; treasurer Sept. 14.Prayer. Buchholz at 8 p.m. You have four-year veteran of BHS Gainesville.An .
Jackie Johns.Principal the spirit now show it at the the annual staff.
Phil Vellenga List: Shine Mott, games !Ml!! ad hoc committee on the I
introduced the entire staff. Zulene Harrell, Morris Dyal. proposal met with Bradford-

Wood, Laine, Union County representativeslast
Cathy Joy Friday and reported at
Latiane Herres and Cindy
the Monday meeting that the At
Be aWatt Watcher Gissy'Good will Luck be taking Senior'names page fora to idea was workable.The -A cool .

be published in the '74 annual. look for spring gadaboutsis
board made no final delineated in seersucker-
They will start taking the
decision,but received a report striped cotton. The wrap- TERWILLEGARMOTORS
names at the J.V.
game
kimono bodice with
and watch what save tonight and tomorrow night at from Bradford-Union cap styled sleeves tops a softly
you the Varsity game. The booth representatives listing rippled skirt. Its a Robbie
,_. s f fs <* ''fc. will be set up at the main gate examples of how the board is Rivers design in fabric by
with a cost of one dollar per not responsive to their areas. Peter Pan.
ha i--
name.
Starke Fla.

Uu ford Lake Butler Withhold
Any Juniors who have the SupportOf 1970 Squire Wagon
correct school credits and will
be graduating in June with the New Union Recreation, Parks BoardCity
present Senior class, shouldsee Full wer&
Mrs. Aljets in Guidance Councilman John Shaw chemical fogger to be used $1995 I
immediately. Credits will be reported to the City Council on strictly within the city limits. Air
checked and your student a recent meeting of the newly
;'-:,,- status will be explained. As formed Union County Parks
*.* .- isN' soon as you are approved by and Recreation Departmentat

s...,'"%4 we4'm'trA\% Mrs.senior Aljets status, to you have may have your meeting the regular last City Wednesdaynight. Council 301 1972 Pinto Tudor

FPL has put together a collection of Watt Watcher all of the other rights and Speed
Hints. teach how lots of privileges afforded to seniors.
They'll you to save watts. Shaw told the council that DRIVEIN $1895
And some money. Pick up your free hints at your the school board as well as the And Radio .
3 appliance dealer's. Or at any FPL office. county commission and the Show Begins At Sundow
4"' .- Senior Buttons can be city of Worthington Springshad
,
It's be Watt Watcher. PLttldawmherunaL1r' -
to a ....
easy already agreed to con-
,, purchased in the front office,
And it pays. KOftlD, *POWIM t ilOHT COMPANY before school, during first tribute to the newly formed Sun. Mon. 1969 Mercury
lunch and after school. organization and that only
Kaiford and Lake Butler had
L held back in their agreementto Cyclone H.T.
support the department.Shaw $1 095
Everybody said that he had put 351 4v Eng.
forward a proposal to the PRD
To Our that they take the area knownas
(
v y
the Lakeside Park on an as-
is basis in a leasing 1971 CheveroletBel
agreement and that they
would be entirely responsiblefor gkxr Aire Fordor
7th the maintenance and r4 $1495
operation of the park once the Power & Air
city had funded them the
requested $7,500.In K

f1 a unanimous motion put 1972 Torino Tudor
forward by CouncilwomanSharon
B. Minshew with a
second by T. S. Thomas, Jr. 11. T. 6500Miles
the council budgeted$7,500 for $2495
I participation in the project. FactoryVarranty
= Shaw said that he wanted to "
Kentucky ]fried ChickeN s make it clear to the council :.E METROCOLOR
and the PRD that once the city
had put forward funds they Sun. Mon. 1973 Pinto WagonAir
would expect a recreational
program.In .
We're Rolling Back "" another report Shaw told Conditioned
the council that they should

Our Price Of Chicken concern mosquito themselves control and with the 7500 Miles

Chicken council agreed to the foggingof $2695
Dinners the city for the next year Factory Warranty
I and the expenditure of $4,000to
7 Years be put into the hands of the

Dinners Health Department for a e

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ANTHONY K.MTONJS MCQUEEN/ 2 New 1973



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]HAMPTON[ c: ..................................... r City Election. ". "'",. 1 ''I,;' h :, i ". ----------------1" .
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statement but was disputedby was originally between '
Mrs. Evelyn Vaughan who Phillips and Ralph Vaughan Chambers 33, is making his 1'\ : ,
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insisted he had made the who died suddenly a few days first attempt for a political ;=-----0. ...PBJP,1.'. "YYF,-,< IlltXNX/
remark in her presence. before the election. A last- office. He was, appointed ,
The controversy ended minute write-in campaign acting Chief the city council
I
when Parker told Mrs. developed on Parker's behalf when Ken Fuqua .
'
F6ntaine, "You run your which he denies having any resigned the chief's post on .. ." At KOCHS DRUG
mouth too much" and part in starting. G June 19. Chambers has been .. I
wielded the gavel to restore Tuesday night however he with the Police Departmentsince II I II
order. stated that he would serve if a 1964 as patrolman of- I
ficer,assistant chief, and 130 DAY
now
Parker was not a candidatefor recount showed he had I
reelection, and the race defeated Phillips. .6 acting chief. I ,i/A l + SUPPLYMYADEC

Bowen 39, is making his I
second try for the chief's post.
.I He ran third lit 1971 against I HIGH POTENCY
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home Fuqua and RosBer.
Norman Named Charles Hull Promoted To Major E VITAMINS

Bowen was elected to the
STARKE city council IQ 1969 when he Charles H. Hall dean of Hall's wife Sandee, and 1 '
Phone 964-6200 Top DriverA. defeated incumbent Gerald students at Bradford High Major Quentin Till com ,
Williams and, Mrs. Maurice School was recently manding officers of Co (B-) FOR $499TABLETS I
Rental I Russell Norman em- White. He resigned his council promoted to the rank of major 4th Amphibian Tractor I
Hospital l Beds, Walkers, Wheel Chsics It Crutches. ployed by Sawyer-Slade Gas post to run for police chief in in the U.S. Marine Corps Battalion of Jacksonville. I 1
since 1947 and with 1,170,000 1971. Reserve in ceremonies in Major Hall, a veteran of 13 OR CAPSULES
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS miles without a traffic fine or Jacksonville. years is the executive officer I
received the the oak leaves is of Company B. 29'
accident has In Starke voting two weeks Pinning on I II
Phone 473-3176 1973 Jop Driver Award for the ago Clerk Edwards defeated I
state from the Florida LP-Gas I
Association. challenger Charles Hardy The director of the Chile I I BUY NOW FOR
1,048 to 483. On the same ballotan 600
dren's Zoo of the Bronx I
Norman and his wife
I I
amendment to the
city XMAS
Zoo is called I
r Muriel live at 1305 E. Call charter which would have a "zoo-per-
.'.fJP' t Street Starke. He received a intendent. AT SUPER SAVINGS I
:}
created I Ip
", bond and an appointive city .
$100 savings a
v'A post and eliminatethe I II
manager
\' the LADIES
plaque to commemorate
l1.1. occasion. was elective also defeated city clerk's 995 to post 477. ecala TIMEX WATCH I IREG.
record is
"FOOt\)3 Norman's driving I
Edwards is {beginning his
further enhanced by the fact eighth term as clerk and is n-----4\\ ,
9Free I
he has driven
that since 1962 .
senior COLORPACK
the
now city political POLAROID
l I approximately 500,000 miles of figure. '''A bore Is a visitor who can stay longer in an hour than I I TYPE 108 LAND FILM 511.95 I
I pumped 5,100,000 gallons others do in a week." (Anonymous) .

specla: propane agricultural to domestic accounts and and Chairman Two Starke Jimmy councilmen McHae- I I LIMIT 2 512.95 I

made 38,520 pumping stops Group 2, and Councilman 1 I
and had only two trucks with Vernon Silcox Group 4, were 'YOUR CHOICE I
almost negligible main- re-elected without opposition. GAINESVILLE 1 1 I $384
in that of time
tenance period McRae is beginning his fourth I I $997 I
according to Sawyer-Slade
term and Silcox his second.
.. President J. C. Sawyer.

Grease Business Directory :t" '

C\etS
DAYTIME
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FLORIDAWILDLIFE AUTO SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES I "'
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15'SOR I II

Job WithOil BRASINGTON Johnson& Faria, Inc. OVER NIGHT
I 99 I II II
COMMINTS ON TMI OUTDOORS J CADILLAC OLDSMOBILE SEIDS PLANTS -
12'SPRO
SALES 6 SERVICE Insecticides P.t Suppli.s I
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By Fine ..I.ction a. Used Cars FERTILIZERS
ryf Dr O E. Fryt. Jr. Tak.n On Cadillac Tod.. W. Rent Fertilia.r Spreader. I I
Change : Director 2001 N.W. nth Ph. 378.5301 224 N.W. 8th. Ph. 378.0'76
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.. -".. .. BEAUTY ACADEMY GLASS -a WINTERGREENISOPROPYL ,
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GAME AND FRESH WATER FISH COMMISSION
w ';::. POWELL'S LIDDELL

I I Beauty Academy :

FilterEd's T ALLAHASSEE-"Flshln' water. Water deterioration, Learn a Profession In Your Glass Company ALCOHOL ,

GulfU.S. just ain't what it used to pollution, development, and Spare Time Full or Part "Class For Every Purpose" I .89
be!", Is a recurring lament stricter trespass laws afford Time Store Fronts Mirrors I .- I

among fishermen and not less and less fishing opportunity. 219 N.W. 10 th. 378.2766 Tub Enclosures Showers El VALUE 19 cPT T'1
just Florida fishermen either. Furnitures Tops Class I '
301 N. 9648106Good All across our country, Still, the fishing is what it ReplacedNEW I II LIMIT 2DOUBLE I II

sportsmen are feeling the used to be. .and in some
For One Week Only crunch of growth. Each sea- cases it can be even better. ELECTRICMotor LOCATION I 4 29C ,
son finds more fishermen The catch is that the fisher- Repair Co. 1228 So. Main Gainesville I

,,.. competing for less fishing 'man must look a little harder Of Gainesville. Inc. 372.8191 372.1102 I I:
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and perhaps go a little farther Repairing RewindingNew I LIMIT
PICTURE FRAMES 2
afield to find his fishing. Butit And Used I PACK'I
is there. Fisheries biologists 2816_N.W. 6th Ph. 372.8318 Creative
C SAMPLE BALLO"rSECOND estimate that Florida anglersare MOVERS With I I
taking only five percentof
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PRIMARY its catchable bream and Long Distance Moving |I L I II
Storage Packing Personal ;
other panfish, and no more
GENERAL ELECTION Tooth _
Crating Shipping
that 20 to 30 percent of its I I Ii
Oval
Free Estimates Call Mats Prints Originals

Starke, Bradford County, Florida standing bass crop. Wildlife Drawing Etching 1 : I i ::=:- I

September 25, 1973 As with .many other resources 372-4366 373-4610 ,I ;;;. '
200 N.E. 16th. 3731 W, Univ. GRAIN
nowadays they are I I II
No. ____ there, but you have to be MUSIC IM1.-nn
willing to work for them. Vnn Service, Inc. I RaateicN'C ? I

Work, in this case, means 3540 N.E. Waldo Rd. G'vill. BALDWINPIANOS $ACCNANN
Initial of Issuing I ,
-'
time )in check- ii
investing some 17'1 "
OfficialSignature ing maps and riding the back 1 ORGANS I $1 28 I
AUTO SALES
SERVICE
roads to find those "hidey 1
------------------------------------ ------------- holes" that the average angler BLOUNT PONTIAC CHOICE OF THE ARTISTS I
of EJector doesn't know about.It means GMS., INC. I I

studying the fish to find BLOlnvTJ ,(Jiilt.{ Ac / I II

when they're biting and what MUSIC Co.
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they are biting on. By following
SAMPLE BALLOT these two basic premises, C'ville Shopping C.n. ,
and the following hints and Factory Authorised 372.5351 .
SECOND PRIMARY Po"i->c ,
tips, there's no reason Florida SalesPartsService I
GENERAL ELECTION fishing shouldn't be "good as 210 N. Mom Gainesville, Fla. 1 4- ,

it used to be" .or better! 377.2583 1I '' ''''
Starke, Bradford County, Florida For example find a day-in CAMPER SALES & SERVICE II'.,', Mthlle Hmit I I

and day-out good late sum- ..lr I SufffUs, 'Inc. f"sZ.

September 25, 1973 mer fishermen, who almost I Authoristd DealersFor
LAVORIS'laoz I IMamrwa8H
always has good success, andyou'll Gainesville. Evans Interthem
No._____ 100'SANOGAAGLE
most likely discover:
Initial of Issuing CAMPER MART, INC. Siegler. Heating aV
He'll already be on the
Official 3111) .N... Main Gainesville Air Cenditmg, Equips I M '' c I
water at dawn c
grey not get. :: rv"i: :::: 11 99
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ting ready to hit the road. 378-2954 T Bay Service Dept. Accessories Supplies I .'... .'.........

__L____ And he'll be back on a likely Complete Camping Store Parts and Service -l I IP
fishing spot with an hour of Sales: Concord, Volunteer, LIMIT ONE

daylight left. He may even Sm" key Midas, Adventure P I
stay there well into the night. W)....., Harris"' Monitor, Fan 4500 N.W. 6th St. Gainesville
Explorer Sports Coach 378-8902
----------------------------------------- Feminine
He'll spend the middle of I $127
the day along shorelines, fish- I

ing under overhangs. In lakes, Bulb Syringe
SAMPLE BALLOT he'll be fishing where the COBIA I II

SECOND PRIMARY bottom drops off sharply FABUGLAS GAINESVILLE JOHNSON I I II

from shallow to deep. / "-\ MOTORS
GENERAL ELECTION '' I
He won't quit by the Let Koch's Price

Starke, Bradford County, Florida clock, unless he's successful MA1 kIp 1
beforehand. But he might Your Prescription ,
September 25, 1973 take a nap at noontime, or 1030 E. University Avenue
look over surroundings for a Gainesville Florida

November.His good hunting. site come Phone 378-1591 LYNN HAMILTON I Kpchs Drug gives you 1 1I

To vote for whose it printed the ballot .
on
a name
person and baits will be 55 liP Fabu las I
gear Johnson 14W$ Trailer
$1495
mark a cross (X) in the square at the RIGHT of the 1

name of the person for whom you desire to vote. ing matched also to to hot the weather grass, weedsor fish 120 IIP Mercury Cruiser 17' Larson Trailer $1795 Savings & Service

under water obstructions 160 liP Mercury Cruiser 19' Larson Cruiser Tandem

CHIEF OF POLICE where he plans to fish. Axle Trailer S3495

Springtime baits likely will be I Senior Citizens Discount Plan. 1
For Two Years Vote For One left at home for spoons, pop-

ping bugs, spinners, jigs and O'o\C 1Vlarch 1 I II
ant
-1'0
Free
JIMMY BOWEN B and plastic wooly worms boogers, and will crickets replace Gooa pe:a cocip" 41.4 I: Delivery I II

earthworms. 'tco 1636 S. E. 3rd Ave. I
BILL CHAMBERS ,00 I CHARGE ACCOUNTS
Hell either have a map of Gainesville, Fla. r I
a'r ,
the lake showing drop offs 964-6757!

and deep holes, or else already 378-2459 ,
166 W. CALL ST. STARKE. FLA.
know where they are. 1----____ _______-a



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AROTC Program Offered To Freshmen At SJRJC I

Land Sales Total
July $575,046 PALATKA- Junior College the division at UF, an AROTC Army. Normally, the AROTC
students who anticipate a student could transfer his graduate serves two years on
military career can now begin program to any senior In- active duty and four years in a
Charles u.: Miight and Sarah Sophie L. Wolf, grantor to their training early at St. stitution which offers it. reserve unit as an officer.
In Theodore C.
Sales Armstrong and
Land July P.
reacheda John Sarah
A. Torode to When the student transfers Scholarship students are
M. Knight, grantor Leroy Lovette, grantee, three Johns River Junior College.
high of $575,046 In Brad Torode, Beatrice Farber Dorothy D. Armstrong, gran- Earl Meade Cunningham and lots of Santa re Shores for The Army Reserve Officers after two years of AROTC at committed to four years
ford County, almost Kimmons and Eldon Kimmons, tor, to Paul D. York and Eleanor -
$168,846more Edith P. Cunningham gran- $5,000. Training Corps (AROTC) the junior college, he enters active service and two yearsin
than June sales of$406 grantors to Elm Investors of M. York of Miami Beach tee, 22.5 acres of land,$13, Roy Carroll and Lula Car- program will be offered to the advanced course. At this a reserve unit.
block
200.Largest Jacksonville grantee one grantee, one of M.F. roll, grantor to Joyce A. freshmen this fall at the time he signs a contract to Mills added that persons
transaction in block of J.G. Alvarez Additionof Wiggins Subdivision, $3.400. 000.W.R.
July have in
Roberson and SonjaW. Stokes,.. grantee two lots of Palatka campus. accept a commission upon who participated
was the$60,396 sale for 38.74 Starke, $50,000. Robert A. Bishop and Barbara Roberson, grantor, to Arthur Ward ,; for$3,000. The of the programis graduation. junior AROTC in high schoolor
acres of a plotted subdivision Walter E. Riviere, Jr., and M. Bishop of Texas, R. Barr and Doris M. to develop purpose selected college "Juniors and seniors in this veterans should not enrollin
acreage near the Starke Golf Nancy L. Riviere, grantor to grantor, to William B. Stern, land college
Barr, grantee parcel of Vernon David Silcox and educated persons for positionsof program receive $100 a thejunior program.
and Country Club from T.H. Jerry D. Haynes and Joyce grantee one lotof Seminole along easterly boundary of PattIe Roberts Silcox, gran- responsibility as officers in month," stated the major. A These persons will receive two
Slade, Flora J. Slade, J.C. Haynes of Jacksonville, grantee Ridge, '$6,000.' Bradford County, for 25000. James B. Godwin and the active army and its six month advanced course years credit for their experience
and JoAnne two lots of Crosby Lake Carl L. Johns, Shirley S. andShirley tor, to the
Sawyer Sawyerof James L, Andrews F. Godwin grantee, reserve components, "said summer training camp is also and will enter
Bradford County, grantors Inlet, for $4,000. Johns R. Lamar Shaw and Niell Andrews grantor: ,to Peggy of lard: on SK-230, Major Mills of the Universityof held between the junior and advanced course when they
to Eugene Shaw and John Ko- OTT Corporation, grantor, Patricia Shaw, grantor to Mi- Lorenzo A. Alvarez and Annie parcel Florida AROTC which is senior years which earns the attend a senior institution.All .
pelousos, grantees, of Starke. to William F. Hayes and Sha- kel G. Denton, grantee, par- Lee Alvarez, grantee, parcelof $4,000.John A. Mattingley and Mar- sponsoring the courses. participants about $400. freshmen at St. Johns
Prices of transactions are ron P. Hayes grantee one cel of land of Lakeside, $15, land on Alton Road 5000. AROTC enables a college For the junior college will be contacted by mail and
jorle W. Matttngley grantor,
figured from documentary tax acre on SR-21, for 4350. 000. Julian' Glisson, grantor, to student to earn a commissionas student, the AROTC offers representatives of AROTCwill
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stamps affixed to deed's filed Paul D. Moore and Jane G. J.B. White, grantor, to Robert Vergie Slade, grantee, a par- to Robert II.Hudglns,grantee an army officer at the same three and two year scholar- be available at freshmen
in the county clerk's office. Moore, grantors to Jose De Griffis and Eva Grlffls, cel of land on the west boun- a parcel of land on Coast right time he earns an academic ships to those who are orientation Aug. 24 and 27 to
Listed are sales of $1,000 La Luz Saenz and Syble Rae grantee, one acre $3,000. dary of SR-200, 16000. of-way of the Seaboard degree in a field of his choice. strongly motivated toward a discuss the program. Any
Line Railroad for
and over: Saenz of Miami grantee, one James C. Bryant, Paula James T. Moore and Lucille 15000.and Mills continued in addressingthe career in the Army Each sophomores who are interested
Mansell Ayer and Lillian lot of Geneva Point Estates Perkins Bryant, John Charles V. Moore grantor to Frans C. Howell Nasworthy student personnel staff at scholarship pays for tuition, should contact the
Ayer, grantor, to George H. for $55,000. McConnell and Cheri Denise Dekeyzer grantee, two lots Elizabeth F. Kenneth Nasworthy and, St. Johns. He is prepared to fees and books and the student counseling center at the
Pierce, Gladys C. Pierce William R. Nelson and Ne- McConnell, grantors, to Wil- of Blanding Subdivision, $3 grantor Delma V.to W.Willis, grantee pursue either amihtary or a receives $100 a month for the college 328-1571
George W. Roberts, Jr., and oma S. Nelson, grantor to civilian career after duration of the award. "One-
liam R. Piper, Carolyn Piper,
A- 500.Brooker parcel of land, $8,500. third of the AROTC studentsat
Nancy W. Roberts, grantees James A. Hendricks and Richard F. Bordln, and Katherine Development Corp Collette Rosier fulfilling his military *
Seymoiuie
36.87 acres on SR-16 for $54, dolyn Hendricks, grantee, one A. Bordln,grantees one grantor, to E.W. I Hodges Sr. and N.B. Roster Jr., obligation. University of Florida are
grantor "
000. and one-half lots of Living- "Enrollment is to all on scholarships, remarked A returned traveler
lot of Smokerlse, for $15,000. and Ruby [Hodges; grantee, one to Guy D. Herman and open says
ston, for $15,000. Pauline Lott, grantor to lot of Shady Oaks Subdivisions students including women. Mills. they X-rayed hill luggage at
Lucille E. Ilenman grantee, and individuals who graduation AROTC discovered
Grady M. Overstreet and Charles Alexander and veterans Upon the airport and
Henry 1300.
J. Overstreet parcel of land, 8800. want to take students are commissioned has collapsed -
FAMILY NIGHT Dimples gran- Ann Alexander fuman just military that his two-suiter a
,grantee,
Daisy D.Green and Elise
tor, to Elmer C. Zarn and Clyde Columbia, grantor to science for academic credit. Second Lieutenants in the U.S. lung.
parcel of land, $3,000. Green Pass grantor to Don- Bill Ray Campbell and Geral- added.
AT DO! Olive I. Zarn of Wisconsin, and Mars- the Major
Garry R. Sawyers ald B. Hazen
grantee a par-
parcel of land right-of-way dine M. Campbell grantee The freshman course MI .
(DAY) SR-100 for $8,000. ha D. Sawyers grantor to cel of land near SR-16, $8,000 one lot of Crosby Lake Shores 201-"The Army as a
Wildon W. Stinson and Wll- Boree Painting & Decorating Don C. Mason, Jr. grantorto $6,500. Profession" will meet MIRRORS ,
Inc., grantee, parcel of land, Max G. Wells and RhedaH.
Maudle E. Gasque, grantor from 2 to 3:50
lodean grantor, to George E. $15,000. Wells Mondays : p.m. .. FOR ALL PURPOSESRICHARDYAXLEY
grantee, portionof
a to Carl E. Grtffls and LeathaS.
Ware and Mary A. Ware, The course provides trainingin
hLt$ grantee, three acres for$15. Town House Enterprises William of a block of Temple's Addition Grlffls( grantee five acres basic military subjects,
i Florida, Inc. grantor, to $51,500. right-of-way of SR-13 ,$10, equipment and leadership Ikl.i
5000. A. Godwin, Beatrice R. Melba K.. Hgen and Frank 500. techniques and earns one hour -.,- OWNER
J.E. Wall, Jr., and HazelM. Godwin, Larry C. Green and Ilgen, grantor to Raymond Charles Simchera and Lucy credit. .m 1
Wall grantors to Clyde Betty J. Green, grantees, one Graham Mosely and Mary E. Slmchera, grantor, to Malcolm "These are bonafide
G. Columbia, grantee, one acre In Knight's Subdivision, Teresa Mosely grantee, one Emerson and Viola M. transferable hours which QUALITY-
lot In Uvtngston's. $3,000. $4,000. lot of Paradise Shores$7,500 Emerson grantee one lot of count among the 60 hours of
C. Howell Nasworthy and Simon J. Temple's Addition, transfer credit accepted br Glass and :Mirror, Inc.
Elizabeth F.Nasworthy.gran- for $11,000. the University of Florida
.. Employer Support Sought tor, to Lloyd E. Mosely and Walter E. Reagan grantor, Florida," Mills explained. 3035 Northeast 19 Drive
..
...... Pearl Mosely. grantee 38 to L.G. DaB, grantee, two lots Although the program at St. 378-6396 378-7946
-BIG brazier For Men In Nat'l. Guard acres for 33300. of Pine Acres Park for$5,000 Johns is being sponsored by


French Fries The National Committee for The local unit brings into the
Employer Support of the community about $10.000())() per
-Beverageonly Guard and Reserve is working month paid to members for
throughout the nation to insure weekend training assemblies BonusBuy EveryDayLowPrice
99CBig that no man or woman conducted once a month. With FOOD
must leave the National the monthly payrolls and the
Guard because of a conflict 15 days of annual summer FLORIDA GRADE 'A'
Brazier packs '"'t Ib. of char with his or her civilian employer training the unit membersare pantry
broiled beel Into a |lumbo toast paid approximately REGULAR GRIND FAIR
ed sesame seed bun. Served $130,000 per year. FRESHFRYERS Pride OR ELECTRIC PERK
with fries and your choice ol In the one year of its
9oz. cold drinks! existence the committee has Each member of the unit
signed up over 69,000 employers receives from-t.1.12 to$180 for SUPERMARKETS
representing over 32 one weekend per month, and COFFEECENTER
million employees to pledge each receives four days pay STARKE'S
Dairif support to this program. They for four training assemblies 4 320 S. WALNUT ST.
have reached a point now 1-2 hours long on one Saturdayand
where they wish to bring even WHOLE LB C ::;:. LOW. nlKIS 0000 t DAT!
Queen Sunday of each month. C *<, SONUS SAYS OOOD TNMU
the smallest employers into "We have about 200 2 PER 5 5 7:5: "we,a.TO....T.......,?,IY.NTnr/Mt.

the program. members in the local unit," BAG L B BAG wt tn plated to accept
Capt. James R. Reddish, says J, E. Tomlinson, US.O.L1000 STAMP
brazier commander the local Guard Training UC and PSG in the
unit, says that employershave unit. He is vice president of COUPONSI.S.CIOICE
supported the Guard in a the Florida Bank at Starke,
"LET'S ALL GO TO ( 4.(;. fine manner generally. "It is and has been in the Guard for CUT I BONELESS cuT I CENTER CUT

DAIRY' QUEEN/ \].. hoped continue that because this the spirit Guard will is more Qualified than 20 men years.and women SIRLOINSTEAKS ; ROUND I; CHUCKROAST/= :'

I"A. here to aid the community, can join the Guard by visitingthe
Open Friday After state, and nation when called armory at 720 Edwards
upon to do so, and the Guard Road in Starke. Prior service I !
The Game Until exists because it saves the personnel may enlist in the STEAK ;
taxpayers money to have an grade discharged for a periodof

Midnight14O1 N. TEMPLE AVE adequate large standing Reserve Army rather that thana is Recent one year.promotions in the : $169 I t it1li

STARKE FLA paid full time," Capt. Reddish unit were: Kenneth Carlton, I. $159 1--9. *
PN 964-8911 said. Lloyd Gilpin,Jack Griffis, and I H riiiiiiif] II II
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Page 10 TELEGRAPH September 20, 1972 Tornadoes] Stun Vanguard






Tigers_ Romp 34-0) 21-0 In 1973 Grid Opener"Our I


In his first start at quarterback returning starters from last after after taking the kickoff, ... yardline
senior Charlie Green year's squad, Bradford's and set up shop on its own 31 only first down of the first Three runs by Tim Crews up I
By Hawthorne threw for two touchdown defense gave up only one first yard line. On the first the middle netted only a totalof
passes and ran for another as down in the first half and four from scrimmage, flan half.On fourth and eight from two yards' as 222-pound ,]
an inexperienced Bradford the entire game. In the second Haynes took a pitchout from their own 49, Ocala was forcedto tackle Glen Willis made two
team stunned Ocala Vanguard half, Ocala could gain only six quarterback Honnie Jones punt the ball away A44- tackles to force the Tornadoes
Ftunmngback Curtiss Sir- and George Douglas. one series and forced them to 21-0 in the 1973.season opener yards rushing againstBradford's and turned right end for a 12 yard boot then saw the Tornadoes (See + 11))
for both teams.Hevenging t-age
mont's loud the Union County With a new set of downs punt. This punt was downed on stingy defense yard gain and a first down, take over for the first
the Union County 31 yard line. last year's 21-14 Ocala won the opening toss which was to prove to be their time from their own five
Tigers the Hawthorne to a 3d-0 victory Hornets over the Hawthorne 34 yard line was to pushed the 25 after from On first down Sirmones strikes upset, Green of 11 l and pitched three yards scoring to -'A __...__.. = ,r.' .=U"__.!!''wu",___ .... -.. ... __w A'..,... -..... .........."..-"........... ".. "
Friday night in Hawthorne.Sirmoncs being hit with a 15 yard came out with one of his senior end Terry Hayes[ after
a junior, carriedthe penalty and a 12 yard loss. breaking runs that took the scoring the game's first ,,. '
ball 19! times for 322 yards This made it fourth down ball over to the Hornet( yard touchdown from
one yard out.
rushing, to be the offensive wilha( punting situation facing line, a 23 yard gam. The ,
senior-signal caller r
On the first down Sirmonesgot
standout in the Tiger 1973 Hawthorne.
finished the
the ball again and gained night with 130 i 0 tq r i t U
opener On the fourth down Starke the \j V .
yards on ground to lead all '
nine yards to the 37 yard line. 4 *' x k.
made three which
The Tigers' high-scoring a yard punt rushers and threw for another \\\ .1
quarter was the third, in was downed at the Hawthorne Then on second down quarterback
120 ,
yards completing 10 of 18
which they scored H points 15 yard line giving the ball to Abraham Perry kept :4,
compared to6,8, and six in the the Tigers the ball and made a nine yard passes.Tailback
Tim Crews ,
gained
first second and fourth With a first down the ball gain for the first down at the ,
88 yards on 23 carries as the 1
periods of the game. was given lo Sirmones who 28 yard line.Sirmones host Tornadoes amassed 227 .
Lake Butler received the made it to the nine yard line on the first down
was held to a two yard gain, yards Friday night on a wet I
opening kiekolf, and Sirmones with a second down. Then field.
got the ball two yards deep in Lorenzo Grilfin took the ballto but Perry kept the ball again Heads defensive
the end zone and ran the ball the five yard line for a four and made six yard to the 20 up play
however, the
was name of the
to the:33!: yard line for a :35!: yardrun yard gain. With another first yard line with a fourth down game as the visiting Knight'sof s ,.
back. do
Vanguard nothing
Then on first down Sirmonesgot Sirmones again and he went The ball was given to Griffin against the swarming Tor Ocala puts up a tight goal, line defense' but, dun-lie. Crrrn Friday night' 'in Slurkr.keeps .
and made the
the ball and took the ball the middle to the two necessary
up yard nado defense With just two the)all and runs around the end for a Bradford score I
across the 50 yard line to the Ime. On second down Sir- yardage fora first down, ,
Hawthorne :38 yard line, a :39! mones took the ball in for the putting UC on the Hawthorne 1 1t
yard gain on the first play of touchdown, which put Lake 18 yard Ime \
the game Butler in front 6-0 with 4:13: Griffin got the ball again New Tornadoes I !
Alter a series of downs the left in the first quarter. The and ran for seven yards Baby
Tigers were unable to make a extra point kick by Sirmoneswas followed by a run by Sirmonesof !
tirsi down and the ball was no good. six yards for another first HOW DO YOU GET RID OF BUGS? 't
turned over to the Hawthorne Each team had another down on the Hawthorne five --. \ C
offense at the Hawthorne 21 series of downs, but was yard line.Griffin. Meet Buchholz Toni I ,. ,
yard line.Starting. unable to do anything with it. pushed the ball to the EASYI I Call the exper. (ts at Florida' !
on seoind down the At the beginning for the four then Perry kept the ball '-'" i !Pest Control.. Their 1 Graduate Ento
Hornets offense exploded for second quarter Hawthornehad once to the two yard line and "Overall our defense is way secondary is gettingup players out. I He is 11)I}. urologists developed a quick safe. i i
runs of five, eight, and three the ball but the Tiger another over the goal line for a ahead of our offense,as usual, in the right areas and doinga but still a Treatment that costs just, pennies a ,
yard runs from Darryl I Starke defense held the Ilornets to touchdown making the score but our offense is lagging" good job," slated Hatcher. lacking your family, home, furnishings, evpn !
yl.u/
12-0, Tigers. behind what it should be, quarterback Jimmy Coach Hatcher
the Head[ Junior Varsity Prevail is the experts at Florida Pest Control toe!", We 1
On extra
Hi.I. point attempt says playing on offense Robert Best will
ISMiopMlcml 1'ro At Willou Lukes. Perry kept the ball and made Coach Harry Hatcher of and defense, plus doing the center and Joe / Yellow Pages! rfy r iggA||) ,
two points to make the score Bradford's 1973 Baby Tor kickoffs, extra point kicks and Jenkins, and i,
Harold "Bish" Bishop, the Azalea. Festival in 14-0 with 5:20: left in the first nadoes. punts. will be playing at and estimates \ 'p"UT
lormer outstanding Starke Falalka.He The Tornadoes '
half. Baby open "He is doing a good job for
Golf and Country Club golfer, was one of theJacksonville's No: other scoring by either their season this Thursday us and is one of the toughest (See Page ) ; 539: I:. Call: Si. \. "
I is. now the new Golf Pro at the represen- team was done in the night against tough Eastside lttlrll% "- "MINIUI (0
Willow Lake Golf and Country tatives to the :National Public remainder of the first half. of Gainesville in Bradford
l'lubalter working there since Links Tournament in Seattle, Two scoring drives were put StadIUm -
April u>> assistant. Dallas. Chicago and Indianapolis on by Lake Butler in the third Paul Jenkins was looking
Bishop took the place ofNeal and was once quarter, one starting on its real good at linebacker, ac-
Harris voted the JAGA Golfer of the own 40() yard line On the first cording to Hatcher and he
Bishop who gn'up in Year down Sirmones took the ball 20 will be calling the defensive
Starke has been the winner ot For the six months prior to yards to the opposite (o yard for the Heds. Also
numerou (tournaments m the his arrival at Willow Lakes. line. Then on the first down Pocking tough! on defense is '/,
Jacksonville are including Bishop played golf in Tampa Perry kept the ball and went Harry McWilliams at Your Garden
the .larksonrille, NAS In with the National Tournament noseman and Samuel Pitman Gct
vitationai at Cecil Field and Gollers Association (See Page 11) at tackle.

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I I Burs e Pleased With Showing; Of Young Team I


Senior quarterback Charlie h.. __ ____ ..
Green ran for 144 yards in 12 we"were v.iic more in the aggressive Jamboree than and his hard running'and faking bin plays," says Coach Sex- with Loper and Sexton hopes '---'
carries coming out in the we did,," says Coach abilities. that Norton will provide some the bandits. Larry Sherman made the good job at safety in his first
spotlight for the Hurse. According to Hurse both "Our hustle and total effort fewest mistakes of the
Bradford Tim Crews depth at the tackle varsity game according to
was the hardest Early Chandler and Dwight spot.
High varsity footballers fullbacks Ricky Hall and "We did made up for the mistakes that secondary, according to Coach Steele.
good enough
running back to
on the field and Barber at the linebacker spots win, "
Friday night in their opening Hurse was very pleased with Bruce Barnes did a good job of both turned in a real steady but not what we are capable of we made, says defensive Steele. "We got real good playing
Back Coach Keith Steele. David McMillian did real
game against Ocala blocking for the night. performance and "I thoughtfor on the offensive line, but we a from senior Ronnie Hall at
Vanguard, as the Tornadoes Tigers "I was very pleased with the their first time out on only have one senior there and .. cornerback, especially on the
1 stunned the Knights 21-0. Romp. defense and how they made a varsity they did a good job." I think we will improve with option plays," says Steele.
Also showing good running lot of improvements since the Chuck Norton played some each game," says Offensive Larry Sherman received thedefensive
4 ability was senior Tim Crews, jamboree and eliminated a lot defensive tackle switchingRegistration Line Coach Butch Redding. back of the week
(
From 10)) ,
who ran for 94 yards from 23 Page of mistakes they have been ., Donnie Sewell and Gary award, elected by the
carries for an average of 4.1 making,," says Defensive Line Wallace did the better jobs on coaches. Terry Hayes was
yards per run. Bruce Barnes Then on second down Sir- Coach Mike Sexton."I Still the offensive line according to -1 named best defensive
added another 26 yards from mones got the ball and was feel like we're going to Redding E lineman, Donnie Sewell the
four carries. held to one yard gain. He continue to improve and we'll Open For Bantam, "Fast blocking was one best offensive lineman,
"It's always nice to win the made up for it on third down need to improve to keep up Small thing we did not execute like Charlie Green the best back,
first game," sayd Head when he ran the ball 25 yards with our opponents. Buchholzis Fry LeaguesThe we should and we didn't drive Hayes again for best receiver,
Football Coach David Hurse. from the 32 to the seven yard a big physical ball club witha Small and everybody off the ball like we and Matt Hull for the best hit
"We didn't know lot of quickness Fry Bantam should award.
really what line.Then says Flag says Redding.
to expect because we are a on the next down Sexton. Leagues are now underway Bradford's defensive back- w !Tw
young ball club. Sirmones got the ball again Sheldon Hodge led the and the boys are field got together after the City Basketball
"I was pleased with the and took the ball six yards to defense with five tackles and season getting the ready first to of begin their game and named themselves
execution of the passing and the one yard line. On second two assists. Donnie Sewell The Small October. Meeting Set
running game," says Hurse. down a Tiger fumble made followed with three tackles sessions each Fry are holding Men's FlagMeeting
Green also threw the ball 23 them lose a yard backing and four assists. Mike Gaskins Monday and There will be another
them to the two made three tackles. Wednesday, 4-5:30: p.m. while Set
times completing 13 of them up yard line. the Bantam Leaguers meeting to form a Men's City
play on
for 44 per cent and 123 yards On third down Sirmones was Sexton was very pleased Tuesday and There will Basketball League at the RJE
Thursday 4-5:30 be
:
an
total held to with -the defensive end
passing yardage, one yard putting them play organizational Gym, Saturday afternoon
"Green did a very find job in back on the one Then Sir- with both Terry Hayes and p.m.Practice meeting, Sept. 22, at 5
sessions Tuesday, 25 p.m.
are being Sept. to form
a
his first varsity football gameat mones took the ball in for the Sheldon Hodge having a good held at the Pratt Street Men's Flag Football League.
quarterback and showed a score which was 20-0( ) with 3:05: ballgame and showing much Playground but their Anyone interested in The league is open for
lot of poise," says Coach left in the third period. The improvement over the tentatively scheduled gamesare to tering a team is invited en-to residents of Bradford County.

Hurse. extra point attempt was no Jamboree. be held behind the Middle attend. Team entry fee is set ft; They must be at least 16 years
Top receiver of the game good "Donald Loper and Steve School. Registration will at $50. The meeting is at 7:30: old, or older. If you are interested -
was senior Terry Hayes with After the Lake Butler Register at defensive tackle remain open until Friday, p.m. in the Recreation in playing, please
five for kickoff Hawthorne had the executed real well at their
receptions 65 yards Sept 28. Forms may be pickedup Department Office in the old attend this meeting.
ball its positions and both made
and two touchdowns. Hayes on o\wr20 yard line. some
at the Pratt .
Street Center. .
armory .
.aSa .
I averaged 13 yards each time After two sets of downs .4.ar.A. lwwnw. stw..n+H.tk.r

he got the ball. Bruce Barnes Hawthorne managed to make Ocala completes this pass against the Bradford defense WISH I'D SAID
caught four passes for 38 it to the 45 yard line but then Friday night but the Tornadoes won the game 21-0 in Starke.
yards and Pete Puckett was forced to punt by Lake Experienced Buchholz THAT
t&}
received the ball twice for 21 Butler.
yards. Lake Butler got the ball on Tigers Face Tough Chiefland
"In order to win the about its 20 yard line and on

Vanguard game, we had to the first play scored with a Will Face Union High gridders will this could be one of his better k '
long run by Sirmones, making TornadoesHere face their second opponent of teams," says Jones.
the score 26-0 and no time the year Friday night in their "We're going back and Overheard from a wife to
Baby TornadoesFrom showing on the clock for third second game on the road trying to correct some of the her husband, "I wish you had
period. The Tigers tried for against Chiefland, both teams mistakes we made in the spunk the government
( two points and made it which Tomorrow Night off of fine victories the week Hawthorne and will stay In the has. They don't let being in
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made the score 28-0 at the end before. game with them," stated debt keep them from spending -
"Looks like we could have a of the third quarter. "This will be the first big Roberts ."-Clarin D. Ashby
real explosive offense and test of the season," says Head "The I Md played an excellent -
with Bradford High footballerswill quick strong and very, have Umtah Basin ( Utah) Stand-
to drive
mostly freshmen which Is a BHS GolfersTo face the Bobcats of very mean, according to the the" defensive Tiger Jack Jones They'llprobably ballgame and I hope he aid.
real henderance to us, Buchholz High School of scouts. He also gets good line off the ball, says Of- be a little smaller does it again," says Coach
especially in the first couple of Get JacketsThe Gainesville Friday night in drops on pass coverage. Jones fensive Line Coach Butch than we" are, but a lot Jones of Curtiss Sirmones who "Remember when the doctor -
games," explains Hatcher. Bradford stadium was voted best defensive Redding quicker he says is the best back he has
in the man All was giving you a good
"They have a lot of potential! Bradford Boosters Club second game of the of the week in this'area by the Buchholz backs are Chiefland beat Dunnellon ever coached. bill
season. of health when he told
and
quick have good size. Two 21-0 the week before and Lake Sirmones totalled 322
Eastside will be Gainesville Sun. yards
running a 6- met Tuesday night in the Buchholz and Bradford
1 defense and Bradford both are "We got the usual threats to Bradford are Breck Butler ran 34-0 over the rushing last Friday night you that you were sound asa
lobby of the field house. coming off previous bumps
coaches have geared their In the past the club bought victories, BHS over Ocala and bruises against Ocala that three Weingart who intercepted hapless Hornets of against'( Hawthorne not including dollu.-WilJlum. R.
offense to run against that jackets for boys who letteredin Vanguard 21-0 and Buchholzover we will have to get over to win passes against Perry Hawthorne. an 85 yard pass that Lewis, The Lynden (Wash.)
defense for the game. the four major Perry 90"Buchholz the Buchholz game,". and Alan Culling who loves to "They feel like they have a was nullified because of a Tiibune..
sports, says hit people, according to the good ball club. McCall's been From that
Eastside is Hurse penalty. yardagehe
expected to football, basketball, track and is not quite as bigas
with the ball "To beat scouting report. there for about 22 years and ran for four touchdowns.
sweep lot Buchholz
a and baseball. Since golf con- Ocala but they are a lot we will
use a wing-I offense tributes points to the con- quicker and more experienced .
"We have real good size, ference trophy it was decidedto offensively and defensively," '
and the kids are really buy jackets for boys who says Head Tornado Dave Come the Oldsmobiles."But

hustling working and hard.doing They what are we received a varsity letter in Hurse. The bobcats have nine see 74 .

tell them to do," says Hat- golf.The club will meet Thur- offense returning and lettermen seven on on defense.their

.. cher. sday, Sept. 25, at 7:30: p.m. in Buchholz two platoons all the
"I hope that we can play the lobby of the field house.
exciting Bradford football for the" fans of Anyone interested in sup- way.According to scouting dad, all you said was that Cutlass Salon had reclining seats.

County, ended porting the athletic programof reports Bobcat quarterback

Hatcher. BHS is invited to attend. Rusty Pritchett is an excellent You didn't it in too:'
runner and throws the ball say came a new coupe,

Tornadoes Stun real well short or deep.
I Left halfback Simon Last year Cutlass Salon was a new coupe. Like the sedan, it has a new, lower Contoured seats that recline. And you can
(From Cromwell will be the quickestman \ kind of American; car-a sedan built for steering ratio for quicker! response. C even order a Landau roof.
Page 10)) BHS will face this season its readability Steel-belted radial tires to grip the toad. ..: r Cutlass Salon. Built in the Grand

into a punting situation. Bradford took and is good in the sweeps, m This year there's a Salon two-door Special suspension for tight cornering i 'p "'t. Touring Tradition.
over on its own
Neither team could move according to BHS scouts.
34 yard line and on first down -
the ball well in the first Green turned left "We will have to have #
end for a 27
quarter and after two exchanges yard gain, moving the ball further improvement on .BI5.S; w
of punts Bradford getting off the ball and more .
took over on its 43-yard line down to the Ocala 39. aggressiveness to win the .
On first down Green was On third and ten from the 39, ballgame,"says Coach Hurse.
unable to find an open Green found Bruce Barnes Linebacker Ed Jones, a 190
receiver and tucked the ball open for a seven yard pass, pound senior, will be a terrorto
away for a nine yard gain but it was not enough bringing the BHS offense. He is very
around left end. A personalfoul up a fourth down. From the 32,
Green then went right back to
penalty was then called
against Ocala, moving the ball Barnes for an eight yard gain RunnersLose
all the way down to the 33- and a first down on the 24. IA
yard line of Vanguard. Two plays later, Green 14
After an illegal motion found Terry Hayes all alone in
the end zone for the score. On ToBraves
penalty moved the ball back the conversion attempt,
five yards, Tim Crews p.eked Hayes pulled in another pass
up five yards around left from Green to make it 14-0
Bradford tackle before slipping down. with 3:41: left in the third Look Walter! Now we can get an air conditionerthat
then came right period.
back with the same play in the Minutes later Bradford got Cross Country runners from filters smells."
opposite direction, with Crews its first break of the game. Bradford High lost their first/

picking up 18 yards and a first After a pass interference call meet Tuesday afternoon in
down on the 15. against the Tornadoes moved Palatka's Ravine Gardens Not only does Tempmattc regulate offensive odors from the air entering{ the car front and rear. And underneath-a
the ball down to the Bradford against Palatka South 18-38.- temperature inside your car to a preset level, It's available on all full-size Oldsmobiles. suspension system that's as tough as ever.
Two carries by Crews gave 35 yard line. Two plays later low score winning. it also charcoal filters the air. The '74 Delta 88 coupe has a brand Olds Delta 88. It's really put together.
the Tornadoes a first down on Mark Hildreth recovered a Palatka's Braves took the. The filter acts to reduce many + new rooflme Hydraulic bumper systems, More than just another pretty car.
the five where the Ocala Knight fumble for the Tornadoes meet and all of the first three-

defense dug in. Three carriesby on their own 33. places, and three more places.
the senior tailback netted in the top 11.

only four yards to set up a On first down, quarterback Larry Paterson led the. :::7
fourth and goal situation from Charlie Green dropped backto Tornadoes, coming in fourth .
the one yard line. Quar- pass and after finding all of with a time of 13:44: minutes.
terback Charlie Green then
Kirk Hunsmger took sixth
his receivers covered, decidedto
...
faked the handoff the -
up run with the ball. After place clocking at 14:13:
middle on the bootleg and minutes.
shaking off a would-be tackler
sprinted around right end for behind the line of scrimmage In the first three places for

the score. Green then took off up the Palatka was Bennegal first
The extra point attempt middle, cut back to the right with 12:54: minutes, Dotson in-
failed and Bradford led 6-0 and scampered 55 yards second place with 12:58:
with 5:02: remaining in the before being bounced out of minutes and Fullwood in thirdat

half.Following bounds.On 13:05: minutes. Sapp took
the kickoff, Ocala fourth and nine from the fifth place for PS at 14 minutes
took over on its own 38 yard even.
14 yard line, Green kept the

line fourth the ,ball but and and was 14.forced unable to to punt move on From ball 10 yards on the a sweep for four the, and Bradford first picked down.was up over and Joe ninth Paul Gordon Parson places barely as for Gordon placed eighth "Hey! I didn't know we could get


Bradford seconds threatened of the half in the penalized five yards for illegal timed mat 14-33: minutest Toronado:'
closing Green rifled two straight as motion. Parsons 14:34: for BHS these new little windows in the
After an incomplete pass Laprina took seventh place
passes the to ball Terry his Hayes to Green picked up seven yards for PS clocking at 14:26: Order a Toronado with an opera roof and True-Track braking. etc, require your attention, there's even
from
down move to the Ocala own 45 around left end. On third down minutes and Deputy was tenthat and you get opera windows and a padded The t 1974 Toronado has a new an exceptionally accurate digital clock,
eight yard
from the two Green was 14:41: minutes. canopy of oxen-grain vinyl You can also instrument panel with a message center that quartz-crystal controlled movement with
line.Green then hit for the thrown for a one yard loss to Mike Sherman took 11th order a new interior with rich velour lights up to warn you when certain things Front-wheel drive Toronado. Q
third time and for Hayes an apparent bring up a fourth down from place for Bradford with a timeof upholstery, a high- nergy ignition system, such as your ga,, oil pressure, seat belts, Engineering can be beautiful
the three Green then threw a 15:11: minutes. Glen Mullins
touchdown only to have a' three yard pass to Terry placed 13th in his first cross
penalty nullify the play. Hayes for the touchdown. The country meet, and Mike -''

The fifteen yard penalty point after kick was good and McRae took 14th place at
moved Bradford took a commanding 18:32.:
the ball back to the 23
21-0 lead with 9:22: remaining.
where Green immediatelyrifled Running for experience's
a pass to his wide out fora Vanguard was unable to sake for BHS was Mike f ;1i

22 yard gain moving the ball make even a first down the Sanders and! Louis Cooper, 1
down to the one yard line. remainder of the game as the both running in their first
Tornado defense refused meet. Sanders clocked at
,,;, On second down, Tim Crews yield to the larger ocala team.to 15:58: and Cooper at 19:31. i
fe 1, found no running room over Bradford was running
right tackle. From the one, big without the talents of Captain
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Watson Green, a 230 pound Mark Hodges, Ricky Solze and 4L ., vhnro.x
tackle, broke through the STATISTICS Jimmy Cauley. ,
Tornado line and nailed Green Hodges, who didn't run
for seven yard loss. On fourth BHS OCALA because of a thigh injury,
down from the eight, Bradford could have gotten a first or
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which was blocked with 12 tri Ruthlng yard

seconds remaining in the half. 120 10110 Pttt Patting yardl > 10 39 be The next runners Tuesday next in meet Orange will He's got surprises for every member of the family in all the other V4's, too: II

hollowing 1 Fum Diet let 2 Park. The meet will begin at Cutlass S and and station
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Lakes Also DieThe AI It\'II I I I -- n n

Cb> 4. 1. was .. W Are you in the midst of Color is often the least
::: I ICetc4 I cleaning but feel you need a expensive method of perkingup

S1" 34{ 9 6OU"t touch of "new look" on your your rooms with a new
)) I home? Don't the possibilities touch, and paint is one of the
Council on Environmental 1 e utcK I of inside paint. most economical ways of
--Possible improper drainage here
Quality reported from Washingtonthis OT providing color. Paint is
structures installed by the Depart- I available in a very wide range
week that the nation must spend
ment of Transportation with the County of colors. Many are already
some $274 billion over the next ten I mixed. The dealer can
redesigning of 16
causingsome
Highway
,
to clean the J mix other colors to
years on measures up ( usually
muck to be discharged into the I Agents
environment, but should reap greater lake. I II your I

benefits in reduced pollution damage.The I II II I

report contained a bit of en- II I Notebook Color selection is a matterof
--Possible lake'caused I
sediment in the
personal preferance and
couragement by noting some improvement by the blowing of sand into the I I By should reflect the choices
air in
in national quality lake with prevailing southwest winds. I II "" made by you and your family. i
1971, its latest available estimate. Butit I I ::1..

pointed to a distinct and accelerating -The dumping of garbage and I BobbyTaylor II, Don'tbeafraidofcolorsbut I tl
increase in the concentration of carbon I \ do develop a respect for what
human waste into the lake by large- they can do for your home.
dioxide in the world's atmosphere and size boats that have been seen on I Remember that very bright or

blamed it ,on man's excessive burningof Kingsley at intervals this summer. Beautiful I very dark colors seem to take l
Round
Kingsley-- Like A Dollar.
fossil fuels. A cow-calf clinic is not for up more space, thus making a
cows, but it be room look smaller. A pale L
can a good
A sobering item in the report noted And last, but not leastthe general ------ Soon May Be Just Another Hog Wallow I ------- session for the owners and color will make a room look of I;
larger, and with an accent
of the lake due the operators of a breeding herd.
that some scientists fear continued overpopulation to brightness in the same color
Another
clinic
will be
carbon dioxide increases would createa increased popularity in recent years of our cattlemen in Palatka held for you might add the spark you

"greenhouse effect," trapping solar mobile homes, campers, and other S ee S a e a- beginning at 9 a.m. on want-for example, a pale color

heat and perhaps altering the world's types of shelter that can crowd threeor Talking FORESTRYIN Thursday, September 27, at will make a room look larger of,
four LETTERS the Palatka Civic and with an accent
climate.Of families onto a lot originally Center.
brightness in the same color
intended for one. About BRADFORD COUNTY I have reported before that you might add the spark you

the total $274 billion proposed these programs are well want-for example, a pale

expenditure during the coming Belatedlyjust about fifteen or LOCAL CONTROL planned and conducted and peach tone on a wall with-

decade, measures relating to water twenty years after it should have been ThingsBy FOR MENTAL HEALTH By John offer those attending some bright orange and brown

pollution correction and control would donea group of Kingsley property OTA good practical informationthat cushions.
eara
Dear Mr. Editor: they can use on their
account for almost half-- a staggering owners have petitioned the Clay George Hugglns farm and ranch. Qualified and Have fun painting- anon, ( t

$121.3 billionthe largest item in the County Zoning Board to rezone the I, as a concerned citizen of S -AS experienced speakers will forget to clean up your tools as

budget.All lake to R-B (residential) from its this County, ask that all discuss topics that are timely. soon as you are through.
Thursday and Friday of last equally concerned citizens When
classification of pioneers first settled The morning program will
present week were two great days in vocally and physically stand Florida
they brought with include winter feeding Have you been furniture
of which brings us to ponder-- "Agricultural. Gainesville. The big at- behind our County' Com- them a certain amount of alternatives, the advantagesand shopping lately? Or are

just how the heck did we allow our- traction had to do with Florida missioners, and especiallyRalph reckless Ingenuity for clear- disadvantages of the thinking ol in the near future you?

selves to get into such a polluted mess? The request was made with the Farm Bureau. Bryan, in their attemptto Ing trees. They had no bull- exotic breeds, cross breeding, Here is something to consider.It's .

realization that no lake can support clarify the position of this dozers or dynamite for stumpsbut and heifer management. The fairly easy to locate the

The answer is, of course, the age-old unlimited density of population, and dedication Friday morning of our was Florida the regional and mental to health their equipment while afternoon session will be on care instructions on wearing
place
program crude and
any limited
ef- production including
was forage apparel, but this is not alwaysthe
human habit of failing to lock the barn that is just what will happen with the Farm Bureau's brand new mental health program (in fective. control of mole crickets and case for such items as

door until the horse is stolen. present agricultural zoning. The headquarters building. I'll not this County) under local other insects. upholstered furniture. When

proposed change in classification is in attempt description to because give I don'tknow any administration and local"control" The process they employedwas buying upholstered furniture,

keeping with Clay County's com- how. You would called "tree-deadening;" Since there is a lot of in- you are concerned with a color

For a graphic local instance of this prehensive zoning plan which aims to have to see it to even get just a Regional, state-wide, Instead of chopping down the terest in beef cattle, I hope plan and furniture style..
heavy oaks and towering that a good number will attend Usually when find
you
frustrating shortsightedness we have lower the density of population around vision of what an approximately national or international
.
We will
pines, they girdled the trunks meet at the something you like at a price
to look at what is happening to the county's beautiful lakes in $3 million mental health programs Bradford
only many building be like. and administeredby with axe blows. Using only an County Agricultural you can afford to pay, you
might controlled
Kingsley Lakeonce the most order to protect them for present and "untouchables" should be axe to chop out the heavy building at the fair grounds in buy, often forgetting that

beautiful natural lake, and best suitedto future generations.A Farm Bureau is the largest shunned as one would the undergrowth and till the land Starke at 8:00: a.m. We should some day it will need to be

swimming and water sports of any general farm organization in "worse of diseases". As earlyas they planted their first crop return by 4:30: pm cleaned.
In fields with trees still stand- If the furniture fabric can'tbe
lake in Florida. For those who are commendable step was taken in Florida. Producers of all 1958, former FBI undercover Ing. I mentioned some of the cleaned, have to live

newcomers to the community, it is stilla this direction recently when the board agricultural commodities agent, Matt Cvetic, important management with it soiled you or go to the
belong to Farm Bureau It is warned that unAmericanforces
cut above other lakes in the area, but responded to a petition from residents known nationally as "the had weaseled into the By the next year, the trees, decisions facing that today our cattlemenare at the expense of slip covering or

for those who remember the pristine around Lake Geneva and reclassifiedthat voice of agriculture." Some Free World's Mental Health brittle and dying, would be Bradford-Union Cattleman's replacing it.

loveliness of its crystal clear waters body of water R-A, the highest way, every day, Farm Bureauis Programs 'and to the extent easier to fell; the settlers Association meeting last

and white sand bottom, the present classification of residential zoning on working for agriculture.Two that it had become (even in ches cleaned from the the debris trees and and bran ranked week. Of course I did not have fabrics Some, such of today's as some popular of the

condition of the lake is revolting.The the books. 1958)) a potent arm of the answers to questions about velvets,
general business section of the the heavy logs together fora may prove very
professional what is going to happen to
difficult to clean. So when
sessions were held to discuss in the log rolling. All schoolchildren -
Communist
Party of beef or what
prices our
eminent marine ecologist, Dr. When the Kingsley petition was matters of interest that are United States'. Dr. Robert everywhere must be feed situation will be in the shopping should, try be to cleaned find out before how a

James B. Lackey, who resides on heard on September 6, with four important to the success of the Morriss former Chief Counselof familiar with the stories that next year. My purpose was to piece buying it .
have been
handed
down
Melrose Bay, once said that "a lake members present, the motion to grant statewide organization. Proofof the Senate Internal Security the tradition about get our cattleman to try to
die it is created." the was lost for lack of the interest in everythingwas Sub-Committee, said that of barn raisings abreast of the situation,
begins to as soon as rezoning a the fact that 58 counties Communists are well and house raisings. star: to consider all current If mere are no care in-

And the cause of its death What else second, and two members of the board were represented. I believe established in the field of indications and trends when structions, there may be a

could it be but the malpractices of that (only four were present) suggestedthat Farm Bureau is organized in psychiatry Another danger In the towns or near the they make their decisions to code on some fabric style

great abuser of the environment-- the petitioners should settle for R- only 64 counties.I'll pointed out by Dr. David main-settled areas, street buy, sell, expand, or cull. numbers that will give you a
Rosenhan Professor of trees were generally left, although clue to care needed. Along
mankind. C, a lower classification.It ,
mention again that we Psychology and Law at often In the places I also stressed the need for with style number, you may
are ending our Farm Bureau Stanford University, after he where future street lighting good records and record find letters. For example:
Ask a dozen people what is causingthe was difficult for the petitioners to year September 30, here in conducted several experiments posts and power lines, as Beef cattle

rapid deterioration of KingsleyLake understand why Kingsley, generally Bradford County with 625 read about it in an well as street rights of way production today \is a businessthat You can use a water

and you'll get a dozen different considered the finest lake in the area family members. Right now it article in '"Science" (Journalof would one day push throughthe requires close operationto base cleaner or foam. S:
appears that it will be past the the American Associationfor towns. be profitable. Even though Fabric can be cleaned with a
answers. Each individual has his own (or was at one time), should deserve
middle of October before we the Advancement of prices received are higher drycleaning solvent. W-S:
personal ideasalways excluding of only R-C zoning, when Lake Geneva can have our annual mem- Science) "We know we For a long time after that than they have ever been May be cleaned with either
says
course, anything that he himself has had already been granted R-A. The bership meeting. In fact, right cannot distinguish sanity from trees were leveled as a mat- before,prices paid, or the cost water base or drycleanmg

done or may wish to do in the future in, fairness of this proposal could not be now, the date is set for October insanity. How many peopleare ter of progressand to meet of production are even higherin solvent. X: Neither water
20. Bradford County huge demands for native proportion than have base nor drycleanmg solventis
on, or to the lake. justified on any logical grounds.The sane but not recognized as they
You have woods. South Florlda'splentlrul been.Speaking. recommended brush
people are busy. to such in our psychiatric in- ever or
start way ahead if you want to stitutions?" mahoganies disappearedInto vaccuum only.As .
And it is true that there might be as schedule an event and the date railroad ties; southernred of cattle the 7th these are voluntary
,
many as a dozen different causes for petitioners hope that the two you prefer is open. This is rather depressingand cedars fell to the saw Annual Calf Scramble will standards, they are not

this deteriorationeach contributingto opposing members of the board will frightening and points out and the demand for pencil start at 6:45: p.m. Saturday, always used. But, if you and

the deadly cumulative effect which reconsider their position by the October CALK CATCHING TIME: to me why we need local wood, chests and closet liners. Sept. 29.This other customers demand
and information
administration more on
con-
will ultimately end in killing the lake meeting time and grant the You read the first real news trolled by true Americans Cypress became less pre- activity is helping to upholstered fabrics ,

for everyoneperhaps not in this much needed R-B classification. When release last week about our .properly trained to aid and valent because of Its value meet the demand for beef by manufacturers will do an even

generation; but surely it would take a and if this is done, property owners on Chamber Starke-Bradford of Commerce County Calf help those needing mental for shingles, house trims, putting fifteen 4-H and F.F.A. better job of labeling.

grossly selfish and unconcerned Kingsley Lake should lose no time in Scramble. It is definitely set health treatment. This is our poles and crosstles. These boys in the cattle business
responsibility as well as our useful, historic and environ- each year. It is one program
person not to have some considerationfor organizing a Kingsley Lake Protective for September 29, and that is speciesare
elected officials Get behind mentally Important that tends to reverse the trendof
the pleasure and well-being of the Association which can speak with before the end of this month. them and then insure that only among native species the putting the small farmerout My Neighbors

generations to come. some authority when a matter of vital The date for this event was set properly screened persons Division of Forestry Is growing of business I hope you

importance to the lake arises. This has about 10 months ago. control this program locally.Do In Its nurseries to help have made plans to support -.

Some of the most likely causes of been done on several other area lakes All committees are making not be satisfied with "just restore a semblance of the and attend this worthwhile 3Wt6
volunteer" natural landscape..much of event.
threatened pollution and/or general (notably Lake Geneva and Melrose good reports. A final meetingwill any which has been obliterated or A ..1

deterioration of the lake are these: Bay) with gratifying results. be held Monday night and Fred Johnson artiflclaHzed. Miss Kathy Brown and I ,
we will be ready for master of
Church St
307 S.
ceremonies David Smith to have begun our 1973-74 4-H

The strong possibility that thereare Where one or two individuals speak sound off.During. Environmental crisis has program in all areas of the r
numerous septic tanks, placed too WORD FROM BLAKE brought about a new cry of county. There is a lot of in-
with a voice that is often inaudible in the "Save the Trees." terest and it looks like this

near the shore line, which overflow in high places, a group, speaking throughan ceremonies we will opening have a Dear Gene: year will be one of our best.

times of heavy rain, dumping raw organization, will be heard. parade of the calves that were As there seems to be little or As of We are getting a good numberof
July, 1973, a total of
sewage into the lake.Overfertilization caught last year. This will let no publicity from the local 25 cities and counties In Florida adults and parents involvedas .....

The time for complaining to one you see what the boys are post office concerning my have adopted tree protection 4-H leaders and helpers. We
recent retirement I wish know that our 4-H programwill
doing to
from nutrients Everybody ought to be ,
another about deplorable conditions on ordinances, designedto be better if it is a "Look, you can impound
at the Fair Grounds to advise my many friends in family
into the lake from enjoy
washing detergents, Kingsley Lake is past. With the this evening of action, Sep- Bradford County that I retired preserve certain types of affair. Call us, or let us know .if all my coupons while I run
and
sewage, and the practice of feeding belated, but now rapid growth of this tember 29. after 34 years of service on trees to take requiring devel- you would like to be a part of 4- home and get my money,
opers precautions not
lawns with commercial fertilizers, area, conditions will continue to June 30 of this year. As near to damage trees. Another 25 11 this year. OK?"

which leech out into the lake with the worsen around all of lakes BRADFORD:MOSTLY ET as I can tell from the records, ordinances are
our at an pending action.
next rain. Many of have I was the second oldest in
very accelerated rate. you may Historical Commission I
laughed wondering if I years of service of full time

The practice of the Clay County The ultimate result is death.It Well thought, there you did are not parts know of that.the local employees office,to being retire surpassedby from the pressures All communitieshavegrowtJa and Bradford County Organizes Elects Slate
I IAn
road department of repairing eroded county that have not had the myoid friend, Ellery Is no exception. The competition ;

roads with clay, which washes happened to Lake Apopka. It rain other parts have had. Davis, who worked some 38 for available land The trustees plan to con-
into the lake with rain. years.I space Is going to get bigger organizational meetingof
downhill every could happen to Kingsley. Out on Road 16 East I am and A the newly appointed tinue renovation and repair of
bigger. service

supplied the entire with the
building
what of working with
am
experiencing some currently Bradford Historical
by the Division of For- County
assistance of the Florida
our vegetable in W. T. Jackson in the railroad
leafy growers Board of Trustees held
Is was
estry a
county
; resource National Guard and other
the Heilbron have had. track business and this
Employ IIlIamlicappf/(- area as study to help Judge which lands Thursday night, Sept. 13, in .
*I_ The difference is my three keeps me away from home the courthouse for the local groups A portion of the
are dispensable purposeof
'tIWiliiji garden rows at a cost of less quite a bit I miss my daily and to Industry: electing officers.E. building will be reserved for a
which In
than $1 as compared with contact with all the people I are some way Museum of Bradford County

their thousands of dollars. knew in the Starke area. vital as green spaces, recreation L. Matthews was elected History.
areas and nature la- The next meeting of the
Most of the old timers in the boratories.The chairman of the board; n
CrRI Our markets should be full trustees will be held tonight '
Judge Elzie Sanders
+ : co of mustard, turnips and local post office have retired, vice County chairman; and James F., (Thursday) in the former
left with
collards, but we still do not and the only one of serviceis any urban forester Is the Bloodworth, secretary- School Board offices in the old

ACTIVE : have a variety that will grow appreciable length counterpart of the rural or treasurer. courthouse at :
pq in mud. When do have Bill McRae. After talking The historic building was
N you him I feel he \is County; Forester. One Is concerned -
with giving
o o ) some good fresh vegetablesyou to retirement with economic Improv- Don Page, Jr., local deeded by the County Commission
\ roes should just be glad they much thought ment of land space; both can counselor for the Division of to the School Board
himself.I .
are available and say nothing Youth Services, after the new courthouse wasemtoil
help communities appeared
rION BOB G. FERGUSON: JOHN: M. MILLER with environmental
about cost. We have already I am going/( to move back to Improvement and before the board and asked for A "1'l'II.wl\ \passed! !

Published each Thuraday'end entered Publiahers experienced some foods not SUirko ono in the I near making a city; or county; more office tipaee in I Ihl' old\ fourIhiHiso l h> the I h17:1: t ophUiliirefi ,
Fla. under Act of March 3, 1879. as Second Claus Muter at the goat Office! at St.rUe, being in the store, regardlessof future I(i.oel willing/ ) and\ I settle livable, cleaner and Ho was .uhisotl th.ilI 'oauM, (lie HIl1"\l'l. \ 'l'i'uMccs
money. Good food is still a down with sonic of UK- Ix-xl greener.llnlil I ho fitisiooH\ ,110 noin tho .'h..h.\II1'\ \ :M liool. H.-'I'd'

Subscription rate in trade area: 16 pet year: $3.50 six months. bargain. folks I have over known iniHosN ol "irnnv.ilm I ': ollnvs to Irul.tt9'. title to llu now
Outside trade l hIh,' M.ito' KmiiMiionl : IHMII! Got Itoiihonkiw
Phone 964-630 area: $7 per year: $4.00 six montha. fur use -
Starke, Fla.J Productivity S/xirA.t --lll.ikf.l.K'k.son lire.auar: |'| Nom h'v. l but lli.it no List. I Meek apiuiinloil\ ,'

Progress 'IHHtli.iy.sliotoApNPfiisjcolj.' ; lav, .;,/,."lit Illnl'i' spate is "io..ullor! l..'- members.lui \\ III *oi\c
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OF INTENTION TO Noon preceding Thursday FOR RENT Small 1 room apt. FOR RENT 12' wide mobile RENT LEASE Mobile Home
REGISTER FICTITIOUS before publication FOR RENT 1 Air Cond utilities furnished homes outside city limits. J.B. space BRADFORD PARK.
NAME Minimum Charge 2.00 $60.00 per month. Millard White. Ph 9646114. If no City water & sewer $30
(Covers 15 Words) Judd 127 Lafayette St. 964- answer call 964.6152, tfchg monthly $300 yearly. N. Experienced Cutter.GROUPINSURANCE
Notice is hereby given that 5951. 1tchg Temple. ADULT PARK. Btchg
the undersigned. Jeannette Each word over 35, 10* 9.27
-- - -
-
Warren sole All Classified Ads must be -- ... -- .. -
owner, P. O. Box
home in
FOR RENT Mobile - - -
723 Starke, Fla. 32091, intendsto paid for in advance unless Lawtey. 12 x 60, 2 bedroom 1 ,
engage in business under you have established account -
1-2 bath air cond., large lot.
PAID VACATIONS
the fictitious name JEANNETTE'S with the Telegraph in Also trailer space for rent. Ph. FOR RENT 2 bedroom fur- BILL'S B. RADIO EQUIP.
WIG SHOP at 126 chat event 50 nished apartment. 202 N.
7823655.
extra chargefor 9646214 or 1tp
North Court Street, Starke billing. Not responsible Broadway. Up 321 N.Temple Ave PAID HOLIDAYS

Fla, 32091 and that she will for when Stark., H'..
errors given - -
over - -
register said name with the SALARY OPENPERMANENT
Clerk of the Circuit Court, the phone or when copy is SPECIAL 10

Bradford County, Florida. not the typed office.and brought to Be a Defensive Driver 1 ear a :J.e DAYS

Jeannette Warren, sole BEARCAT 23B BASE STATION
owner. Dated this 11th day of & STEADY

July 1973. 9-13 4t 10-4 Service bLIC. : REG. 279.95 NOW 219.95

PRODUCERS NEEDED FOR
"SEDINSURED NEW PEARCESIMPSONTOM EMPLOYMENTCadillac
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL GREEN PINE FENCE POSTSIN CAT.

CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRAD-
REG. 129.95 NOW
FORD COUNTY THIS AREA FREE ESTIMATES 1O9.95.

WITH EQUIPMENT. OR WE WILL PO BOX 605 HURRY BUY BEFORE

CASE NODONNA D. VARA Wife- .SUPPLY EQUIPMENT / hdioay :J1oiJa HUNTING I SEASON OPENS. Uniform Co.

Petitioner and GLENN K. VARA, 475-2233 DAY OR NIGHT
HusbandRespondentNOTICE CHEYENE CROSS Horn or Magnetic Signs

THE CONINE CO. LJ BONNELL 7J Hour Service 441 E. BROWNLEE
OF ACTIONTO
8/30-13T-11/22 964 8346 or 964 S361

HOMERVILLE GA ((9121) 487.2514
GLENN K VARA
2049 Cherry LaneChesapeake.

Virginia 23323

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an Tuna As You Like ItThrify

action for divorce has been filed

against you and you are requiredto
serve a copy of your written Hearty'SteakandPotatoes'
defenses if any to it on R iGf
Franklin Ritch Plaintiff's attorney, .
whose address is POBox 1113. MealY /
Gainesville Florida on or before / / 1
October 8, 1973 and file the .1

original with the court either 1 /
before service on plaintiff's attorney I
or immediately thereafter S I' 1 1' 1 I /
otherwise a default will be entered

against you for the relief 1 1 1 I I I.r
demanded in the Complaint or
Petition
.
WITNESS my hand and seal of
this Court on 7th day of Sep \1\e. SAVE u1. }s SAVE 2:11111' :
+
tember, 1973 a 4 '. f 1 QUART

Gilbert Brown \ BOUNTY EAGLE 10W40
itallat
Clerk of Circuit Court at PAPER TOWELS MOTOR Oil

By Beulah M Moody t eY'ties'
Deputy Clerk \e '

beSe
9-13 4t 10-4( ,

k f Olsrwnr P.,,. war 3.1.29 "-,.,,,??, P..,, ... S3c I
Y rMSI ,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH s

JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF 120 two ply sheets, Factory approved I
FLORIDA IN AND FOR v MEN'S oUny 11x11 l l IN Absorbs 'G 'M Ford All '
BRADFORD COUNTY. 0 1 spills like magic w.-oiher. blend I
CIVIL ACTION i.1-v FAMOUS MAKER Bounty towels ore brtcatos' belie ,Land I!

Case No. 73-227 t IMPORTED Strong wet or dry lasts longer None I
CLINTON ERVIN DAUGHERTY & looking for ways to Now, the nation's top nu- AssortnJ colors n ,,s .., better One Quart I
LOSSIE W DAUGHERTY his save on your food bills. But trition experts are advising : DRESS SHOES
wife. Plaintiff -vs- ADOPTION you can't serve macaroniand consumers to use more tuna 4I LiMIT 3
Defendant. cheese seven days a in main meals because it '
NOTICE OF SUIT week. And your kids won't has the same complete pro- q Net In All All St0r Style*
NO PROPERTY go for lentllb.Jrgers-ditto tein as lean beefsteak. One \

TO: Shirley Ann Daugherty, 1424 soy loaf. \\ouldyou believe 7-ounce can of tuna actually essi ; SAVE 203 SAVE 2.IS
1-2 Kathlean Road Lakeland they still want steak and provides 100% of the recom- All loather Italian, 'ai.- 31 GALLON'sY PROCTORSIIEX2SIICE j
Fla. potatoes? Okay. Make it mended daily dietary allow- Imports by Romano ryv'
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat tuna steak and potatoes. ance for complete protein Luxurious, both in FESCO
an action for Adoption has Just open a can of tuna, as well as important vita- i design and comfort
been filed against you and you serve It In a "nest" of de- mins and minerals. And it's Choice of styles GARBAGE CANS TOASTERS

are required to serve a copy of licious. cheese sauced easily digested. and colors. Sizes.
your wnnen defenses if any to mashed spuds -and your Here are the basics for 71012. I
it, on the plaintiff's attorney youngsters will have some fixing the Tuna Steak in I _
whose name and address is thing super to lick their Potato Nest. As you can \ vv

Hon. George H. Pierce, P. O. chops over.Canned see, the recipe's easy f ,
Drawer 1080 Starke, Florida tuna in vegetable enough for beginner cooks. MEN'S FAMOUS On<.uns lime war P. awes..J965311I6 P.! eqwe.

and file the original with the oil has always been one of TUNA STEAKSIN MAKER ORLON SOCKS !
Select Roueontro .010'
duty plastic .
Heavy
clerk of the above styled court your best food buys on the POTATO NESTS e7rk
'
that odustsS'u.l0
WA.-'K now with lock lid Mom r : ,
on or before September 24 market-and certainly one V/i pounds (about 4 medium) and Horest
13 mum strength Q loo."nglrme
1973; otherwise a judgementmay of the most convenient. potatoes .h.h, ,_... carrying ability 4t goldSchmmek
be entered against you for Boiling water G Seamless, tust proof u.y + '' fin, sh U.L Listed
the relief demanded in the 3 teaspoons salt divided I $x4} s, A+ and easy to clean Yi, Guar T6UH
1 complaint or petition. 1/3 cup milk 9

WITNESS my hand and the seal unto suDbCribe my' name and 2 tablespoons butter or 4y

of said Court on August 22, cause the Seal of the town to be margarine 1 SAVE 207. SAVE 1.00 ___ ._ ._. SAVE IO.OO SAVE 2IX
1973. hereunto affixed this 12th day of '
t MULTI BANC EAG' E
GILBERT BROWNAs n WOMEN'SFASHIONABLE WOMEN'SBARFUS ._- __
September 1973 A D
l'i' teaspoons chopped PORTABLERADIO -' A.T.F. FLUID
Clerk of said Court .
chives = PANT TOPS I tG WITH OEXRON
DRESS SHOES
James E. McRae, Mayor T TMEN'S _
4 (3/ each)
cans ounces SAVE!
By: Beulah M. MoodyAs ATTEST: Merrill Edwards tuna in vegetable oil Em; -' .. .._--. mm t
Deputy Clerk City Clerk SURFER & GOLF JACKETS!: Ell ")
Pare and quarter potatoes. <;)
Court Seal)830) 4t 9.29 It 9.20 L
( _.. wAS S'dt
Place --- i
in with wASY7a WAS i'l.aa
a saucepan am ...s.J.:1(
1 inch boiling water and Smart, distinct, 10O" .e.ylie. III FM Par AIR _ t_ General Motor*
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT' 2 slew ___ I PBi WB Solid Approved. For
SCHOOL SWILL BIDS teaspoons salt. Cover of 100'. cotton surfer 'iv footwear, long top all
} automaticcotta
ASKED Notice of Examination and cook until soft, about or 52% polyester' and 48'i* crafted in quality ithzipper, back. E: __ stare electric battery.tod o. "on.mo.on.C ,
15 minutes. Drain. Turn into cotton golf jacket. Both, hoveZ'ppered \ vinyl. Comfort Choice, of b.au- -- -- AC DC switch and power I.....
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la 't. Slction tiful/ mult.colon-: = a, .. '
tit .
.
The Bradford County School Notice is hereby given pursuantto large mixing bowl and mash f fronts & many features a I, of I styles I and S.i.s. S, M, L. = .....5i Earphone i jack. ing. ft y Uem.. .
Board bids Chapter 16C-7, Florida Administrative well. Add milk, butter found .in better ,lockets S.M.L.XL. color. 5 to 10.Choice Model 1410G On Quart.AM
swill
on to
requests
Code, Rules and chives and remaining 1 tea-
seven be picked school up cafeterias daily from the the Regulations Governing Water spoon salt. Keep potatoes SAVE 1.00 SAVE 2.00 SAVE 1.00 jnl SAVE 42 % SAVE 20%
in
county. Well Contractors in Florida; of warm. Turn out tuna, keep- DICKIE MEN'S LEATHER \ WOMEN'S II )rtl i PLASTIC EAGLE

Bids will be opened at the an Examination for a Water WellContractor's ing in single piece. Spoon WORK PANTS FAMOUS MAKER POLYESTER HELL r 1 DRY POOL
License. The mound of mashed SLACKS FLASHLIGHT ACID
October 2 school board potatoeson \
it
examination will be given at the each of 6 plates. (
meeting. All bids must be Top :I/g anOre ; Fa
received in the office of following times dates and with Cheese Sauce and Ell ED
Superintendent Jim Temple locations to all qualified applicants whole tuna steak. DRY .I .. -
before 9 a m. on Tuesday Oct. whose applications are YIELD: 6 servings. WAS) !7a ? WA..k1 us-"f 1 wAS. np"A6
ACID
2, to be considered. received in the offices of the 50"t & ; I Mad of .
polyester Sturdy .
Cheese Sauce For bother
,.
comfort
;
Goodyear welt. 100 'ch
of Natural po .
Department ; Stenon withshape hfimpaet plattic.Aiftoffd
9-6 2t 9-20 and I
peels
Resources, Division of Interior 2 tablespoons butter or n and Cushonudinn.d -. lye fabric.sterstretch Pull-on color*. protection by d..
.ol..Oil resistant
Resources Tallahassee not less margarine soil releaseEauer 1/ l'I' For ham, ofIv. /
laundering sole. All d. / style. with, elastic 8wo creating pH
offic
than two days prior to the Choice ofcolo.t. .. construct waf uand. or pool water
i in*
I I. James E. McRae Mayor of examination dates. 2 tablespoons flour i J 29-42. ion.Snes6'-12.' /flare legs.e-18. eluded feria not 10 Lb..
the City of Starke Florida, by 1/8 teaspoon salt
virtue of the authority vested in 10:00: A.M., Monday Sept 24 IVi cups milk rt S1 SAVE 20'/ SAVE 21'/ SAVE 14. SAVE 20% SAVE 207.
me by law, do hereby call a 1973 V cup shredded American MEN'SORESS MEN'S KNIT GIRLS' NYLON PACKAGE OF 2 50 FT. VINYLSPRINKLER
Second Primary Election to beheld Agricultural Agents Office and cheeseIn SHIRTS TENNIS SHIRTS SLACK SETS BATTERIES
at the Fire Station, in the
County Commissioners Meeting \

aforesaid on Tuesday City by September qualifiedvoters 301 Room McKenzie Avenue butter medium: blend saucepan in flour melt and Em !k f' Em tal BIIu..J.:16

25, 1973 A. D., for the purposeof salt. Remove from heat and f ltfZ / l
Courthouse Annex was ..2--88
election the following officers stir in milk. Return to heat .......4--6 was 18t '
Panama City, Florida and cook stirring 651 polyester 1005 cotton with 11P 100 nylon.Long Twin, pack of famous Mad of heavy
constantly l
r
:: 35i cotton with .: y vnch fttylmg .1.I ... turtleneck Burgess duty vinyl with
until mixture .
10:00: A.M., Tuesday. Sept. 25, thickensand long sleeves rn or collar fttyleft, stripe'' top transistor batter brow coupling.
CHIEF OF POLICE 1973 comes to a boil. Add o variety of pot- a trotting trim ont with matching ies. Steel ,locket A 7-tube ftprmk-
\ \ ,. neck and ftletveft solid, TRANSISTOR for better pro lr that regress
TWO YEARS cheese stir until melted. terns and cola pan".n i
Department of Transportation Site S, M, L rt.6q Full cut comfort. fashion e.I.... BATTERY uenonandionp and becomet
Second Engineering District For more tuna specialties e and U'7' to 17. 1 .. S-ie. S. M, L. Sues, to 14. wo mes ran .. I life.,' .soaker
JIMMY BOWEN Headquarters Conference Room from burgers to company 1
BILL CHAMBERS Lake City Florida fare send for the free attractive r
SAVE: 27 7. ,1.- SAVE 2SX SAVE: 140
booklet. TUNA AS YOU \ SAVE 20% SAVE 207.
Inspectors for said Election: 10:00: A.M., Wednesday Sept. LIKE IT. The address is: GLEE II HEAD 11" SPATTER -."" 1" X 60 YARDS 3-TIER STEEL
Irma S. Buford Insp. 26, 1973 TOOTH PASTE ,,,,,,,,,,, SHOULDERS 'i SCREEN ''I, MASKING TAPE V UTILITY TABLE
Clara F. Colson Insp. Council of Governments Office TUNA AS YOU LIKE IT. 7 oz. .'rIt<".. SHAMPOO ; ,
Leona Mathews Insp. Dept. 600, Tuna Research .
3rd Floor, Courthouse Annex I.
Susan K. Rosinski Insp. Daytona Beach Florida Foundation 215 Cannery _. I w.W ..- '---I '
Barbara Valmski Insp. Street, Terminal Island, 9i w.S1+1 3'1 rASM 6
Calif 90731. I-=- u.He! I J
Louise Tenly Insp. w
10:00 A.M, Thursday Sept 27. 1
.... !
Judy Dukes Insp. 1973 \I ....m .J..rl"-> meih. For .1 You'll find many All steel with
Peqgy SI'dllm< Insp Board Room of the Southwest i cooking or fry I uses around thehouse electrc outlet.White .
the Old 7n& Cleans and re. YOUKCHOICI'' ing It protect*, or office -- only 30"
Bessie M. burns Insp. Florida Water ManagementDistrict .eshes ; ;--') J OZ. LOTION steams, strains 'for this roll of high. 13" Ii 20"
Ella Mae Chastain Insp. NYC v/J/ .. k J f vany. \ nouth.LonglasthInq. your- '_' "' a05.JAR and has many ..p.. Useful In .h.I.... Rolls
Kenneth M. Struth Insp. Brooksville Florida \ SOZ. TUH other u.*ft. \ hv..eon.lOalon. on costers.Steel .

-' LIMIT 1 \

ALTERNATES FOR SAID 10:00: A.M., Friday Sept. 28 .
ELECTIION: 1973 _

Mrs. R. O. Dansby Mrs Flood Central Control and Southern District Florida NMY y Use Our Convenient If You're Not Shopping At Eagles Starke Florida

Margaret Prevatt Mrs. Eston 901 Evernia Street /r'N Family Discount Store You're Not Phone 964-7513 I
Year
Jordon Mrs. Shellie Gerle.In West Palm Beach Florida1t Round ,
"Are you a thoughtful:

t..testimony, whereof I here 9-20 doubter" or a doubtful Layaway Plan. Saving Money!
thinker?

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For sals or rent. fAYAGtL CTr
HOUSES FOR SALE
Bradford County: Telegraph.

STEAM CLEANING Engines of FOR SALE Sept. Special Add MILLER Irtwe JIMMY MOORE'S. -- IIIPP @V-?& TRACTOR CoeT.Iephene

VICTOR CHAMPION ELEC- all types, automotive, farm UHF to your present antenna,

TRIC Add Machines. $99.50. machinery. Boyd Service, Ph $22.95. Bob's TV. Ph. 964-8801. FOR SALE Two, 3-bedroom SM Spurn 3723464

Ideal for home or office.- NO 964-8359. tfchg 2tp 9-20 homes, each with onehalfacre FARM MACHINES
MORE BOAT FOR
all metal. Bradfotd
plastic
lot, 5 miles out on State
County; Telegraph.) ------------ YOUR MONEY
-
-- ------- Road 16. Very low down New & Used

ELECTRICAL sub-contractor will WATSON'SHOUSEOFVACUUMS payment. Make offer. Call VOLKSWAGENNew Stark. Ph. 964-5791.
do remodeling and 964- collect, Ocala, 629.5985 or 4 Mi. North on U.S. 441

t HElP WANTED ) 8087. 4tp 10-4 repairs. Jacksonville, 733-0056. 4tchg 8. Used Complete Outboard & Stem
brands of
Many$39.00 up. Used new machines vacuums Soles S.lcoJIIJ! Drive Service and Repair. GAiNESViLLE.FLA."Whore .
------------
-- - -- -- from $10. Complete; Fiberglass Repair
Expert Repairs all
makes. Parts and Accessoriesfor FOR SALE New 3 bedroom 1 Mi. North of the Moll Custom built Fiberglass Service I Is The Bettor Idea"

FEMALE HELP WANTED: all vacuums. Built In brick veneer, 2 baths, living GAINESVILLE Fishing Boats.

Custodial with salary range END FOUND central vacuum cleaning room, kitchen and dining

from $2.20 to $3.00 per hour systems 712 N. Main, area. Good location. .....
depending on experience. Gainesville 3767110. Financing available Call

Apply Bradford County Buford Mitchell, 9646853. United Farm A&H ROOFING

School Board, 582 N. Temple ,... tfchg
----- -- --- Agency IncReg. RileyPaving
Ave, Starke, Fla. Itchg. STRAYED Solid white German ,

Shepherd female If seen, WE NOW HAVE diamond INSURANCEAT Real Estate Broker 259 N. Bay St.

------------ 6114.notify J.B. White. Phone 964- needles for any make or model REDUCED RATES Paul & Irene Faulkner CoDriveway Starke 964-668O
2tchg
stereo player. Dahmer'sDiscount AUTO. FIRE. BOAT Associates
WANTED Full time mechanic House. tfchg

needed. Keystone Auto DOYLE E. CONNER 206 S. Water Street Call Billy AlvarezSPECIALIZING.
Service 4734052. Itp. INSURANCE AGENCY
------------ Stork FI a. 964-5065
AUTOMOBILESUSED tch,. Parking Lots
WANT TO
------------ SELL OR
.
LATE 8-TRACK Tapes, fully
RUY REAL ESTATE? Day4732127
guaranteed. Dozens to
choose from. Now only $2.98 POULTRY EQUIP OF Call Us For Best Prices Asphalt ShinglingAdd
WANTED
part time salesman
at Dahmer'a Discount House. Prospects Waiting Nights 473-2102
Mustang Mobile Homes. FOR SALE 59 Ford truck 3-4 9tchg 11-11 ALL KINDS. t c h g Ons & RepairsAll
-
Retail sales experience ton stake body, $250. 964-
necessary. Apply in person 8699. 1tp P.O. Drawer F Work GuaranteedFor
------------ R. Q. Simmons
1650 N. Temple Ave. Starke.

------------ ------------ AM Er FM RADIOS with stereo Equip Co. Keystone Hgts., 1 year.

players. Console models,
--
-
HELP WANTED Special FOR SALE 300. 1967 Falcon, closing out at $149.95 Dah- 317 E Brownl.. St. Fla.
Franchise you should earn 4-door, six cylinder. New mer's Discount House. 9tchg I

about $10,000 first year. Use battery, tires, shocks, tag and 11-11 Stark., PI a. FIAT TF STARKE BUILDERSA
our records to sell members brakes. Radio and heater.

when they are ready to buy, Runs good 22 MPG. Call 782- Soles Port Sorvle Complete Building Service
----------- Phon. 964-6819
we offer training, profit. 3532. 1tp Now and Used -
sharing, group insurance. FOR SALE Registered Angus S SAVE1 Phone 964-5270 219 E. Washington St.

Bull Calves you pick one tfchg USED IMPORT CARS Starke, Fla.
Must be High School --- ---- -----
Graduate. Promotional now, will be weaned Oct. 1.J.B. FRED DAVIS
opportunities -
HAIFIEI AUTO CONGOLEUM SHINYL VINYL
to executive FOR SALE 1972 Ford 1 ton White. Phone 9646114. BUICK PONTIAC

position. Write in confidence stake body truck, perfect tfchg Your IMPOITS, INC. CMC TRUCKS "The No Wax Floor" $4.59

to: Director: Farm Credit condition, extra tires. 964- 509 E. Unlver.ltyCaln.nlll..3724373 E A LITTLE RIDE CAN Comoleirlv Installed Compare At $6.50 p'c Sq. Yd.
------------
7616.
Services, Inc. P.O. Box 432, Itp Real Estate
Mayo, Fla. 32060 3tp TF SAVE YOU A LOT'5/73
FOR SALE ACRE HOMESITES Broker BEAUTIFULLY SCULPTUREDHI
-- ---- ----- GREEN COVE SPRINGS!
one-half mile south of town on NYLONMany

FOR SALE 1972 Econolme truck west side of 301. From $2,695. BUY ..SELL TRADE.APPRAISALS 0. C. Cirnts Nursery Colon To Choose From A 07

MISCELLANEOUSSLADE made into camper. 2 beds, Ph. 9646191. 2tp. 9-13 Thousand. of Plants PUMPS Eiet.d. F.H.A Sp.clfle.tlon. $ .

stove, 73 tag, only 1200 miles. Fruit Trees Shad Trees, 'It
P.r Silo Yd.
Compl.t.ly Inmll.d Ov.r Rubber P.ddlng
Ph. 473-4572. tfchg --- ---- NEW AND
Call Bill Powell Evergreens, Camellias, USED

Aioleas, Roses SHAG
- -- LINOLEUM FLOOR Covering 6 x SALES
964.6464 Most In Can. Plant AnytimeLANDSCAPING Th. Carpet With The Now Loold
PLUMBING Specializingin 9, $3.19; 9 x 12, $5.98;; 12 x PARTS loop Continuous Fll. Nylon

new residential work, FOR SALE 1964 Ford pickup, 66 12, $11.30; 12 x 15 only 24 Hrs. A Day 23 MI. S.E. Of Stork.. SERVICE Many Color To Choo. From $v ff
remodeling light commercialand $14.95. Many patterns and 100 Com:>l.t.ly tnet.lI.d Ov.r Rubb.r P.ddlng P.r Sq. Yd. / .TD
engine, excellent Hwy.
9625.repairs.3tp 9-27 Free estimates. 376- condition, new paint $650.running Ph colors. Dahmer's Discount, tf Floaho..659.2165A.A Deep and Shallow W.II.
------------
964-8087. 4tp 10-4 0ooo00

----- -- --- LOTS Zoned for mobile homes LONG CHAMPHome
and houses. Several sub- Plumbing SuppliesEXPERT Cane.

REAMES AND THORNTON divisions to choose from.Only ,.. MEETING SERVICE Sugar

line and water line main-gas r FOR SALE ) $95 down. Monthly paymentsto and Building FRIDAY NIGHT ON ALL MAKES

tenance also service for gas suit your budget. Ph. 468- "Materials

appliances. 24 hours service.Ph. 1551 or 9648331. tfchg 8:30: P.M. PHONE 964.7061DURRANCE Cutters Needed

964-7730 or 964-8279.4tp. WE BUILD-
309 N. CHERRY ST.
10-11 FOR SALE Living room suite, "Your Plans Or Our. '
------------ GUARANTEED MINIMUM WAGE OF S2.OO PER
PUMP & SUPPLY CO.
dinette,2 children's chairs and "
Your Lot Or Ours.
FREE HOUSING FOR WORK BEGIN
------- -- HOUR PLUS
1 odd chair. All with new GE COLOR TV, now f.iom Want To Drink, That's
upholstery. See at Roger's $179.95, with trade. Brand FREE ESTIMATES Moved 5 Blocks North NING AUGUST 6.

WORK WANTED Male accountant Upholstery. 301 N. 9648350. new, at Dahmer's Discount R.mod.ling Repairs Your Business 864 N. Temple" Ave I FOR FURTHER INFORMATIONSEE
and-or office
Itp House. 9tchg 11-11
manager,25 years experience.Best Additions Want To Stop That Our INTERVIEWERS ON WEDNESDAY.

of references, also wife - - -- Homes Bought Sold Business SEPT. 26. FROM 8 A.M. TIL 10 A.M. AT THE
wants job in Public Relations Trad.dACREAGE MAITIN CAMPERS STARKE EMPLOYMENT OFFICE IN THE OLD

cashier, typist or accounts 3 Bedroom, Living Room, FOR SALE U.S. 90 West Lake City
CALL ST. OR
payable and receiveable. Will FOR SALE Simmons half-bed Dining Room, Kitchen, 11-2 COURTHOUSE AT 209 WEST

work as a team. Ph. 259.4098 $20, mini eight track tape bath, CB construction in City. 'U."" Phon. 752.3723 CALL 964-8O92
player with 11 SEWINGMACHINE For Best
'
country tapes Selection Of
or Box 356, Macclenny 2tp 9- Hwy. 301 S. Starke TF I
$40, 2 1-2
miles
27NEW west on 16 at 3 Bedroom, Living Room,
TRAVEL TRAILERS
Savage trailer park. Danny Dining Room, Kitchen, 1 -- -- - -- -

Patterson. 1tp bath, CB construction in City. MINI-HOMES
------ -- ----
Sales and Service TRUCK CAMPERS FACTORY HELP NEEDED

NURSERY OPENING --- --------- 40 acres, good location, pecan CARL BEGGS PFAFF ELNA AND TOPPERSFull

trees, large frame house in
experienced mother will open Gulf Service New Home Line Of Parts And needs dependable able
in Keystone FOR SALE Good spinet piano. good condition. Owen Joist of Florida, Inc.
nursery Heights,
will accept children of all ages. 927FOR Call 964.6475 after 6 p.m.2tp Large lot, well landscaped, high WHITE Service TFMobile bodied factory help. No expert nco necessary.

Will be open all hours including and dry close to all con- $49.50 up Steady work, overtime, fringe benefit
weekends. Limited USED
veniences in City. r
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enrollment. Call 473-2427 to Parts & Reoairs on to

register your children. Itp SALE New and used 10 acres, with pines, quiet all other mole machinesNATIONAL ".n"on' IP YOU ARE WILLING TO WORK APPLY AT
neighborhood, just out of PARTSFor
household furnishings and Homo.
------ -- -- City.

appliances, very reasonablePh. SINGLES & DOUBLE WIDES OWEN JOISTAN

STRAYED One cow, owner 964-5606 Itchg Three nice lots in country, each Most Makes (Of Cars Expendo. Rooms & Add

can claim by identifying and lot has paved road frontage. On Rooms
pay board bill. Contact Fisher --- --- ----- ((1)) 3.56 acres 24 Hr. Wrecker Service 611 W. Univ. Ave. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

Gaskins, Rt. 1, Box 89 ((2)) 2.89 acres Fr. Delivery and &et Up
Lawtey, Fla. Ph. 782.3316ltp FOR SALE 2 bedroom 1 bath ((3)) 2.22 acres Hwy. 301 N. Waldo Gainesville, Fla. 100 MILE RADIUS Lincoln City Road- Monday through Friday

trailer, air cond. and dish- BANK FINANCING"'
------------ Phone 468.1998
washer. Furnished or unfurnished 10 acres with double wide 378.1355 HWY 17 NORTH.

REDUCE safe and fast with 12 x 64. Ph. 533- mobile home approx. 3 mi. GREEN COVE 5/73 7:00 A.M. To 5:00 P.M.
-GoBese Tablets and E-Vap 2101 2tp 9-27 from City. TF
Tel. 284-5001 264-7111 a e S 0 S e e e S e e e ee. -
"water pills" Andrews PINEHURST GROCERY AND VARIETY STORE
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Pharmacy, 356 W. Madison, Call us, we have more. .......................................
Starke. 10-18 ................,............. ...................;
5tp Special One Week Only On

FOR SALE 40 Ft. extension ApplicationsAre
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ladder, Sunray range Couch
and chair. 522 W Adkins St. GEORGE ROBERTS DOUBLE KNIT MATERIAL
LOSE WEIGHT safely and fast Itp REAL ESTATE i Now BeingAccepted For

with X-II Diet Plan, $3.00. $4.99 Now $3.99HWY

REDUCE Excess Fluids with 986 N. Temple Ave., Starke
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X-Pel, $3.00. Money Back Ph. 964-7826 $3.99 Now $2.99 Store Hoar An
Guarantee at Koch Drug. 18tp 100 Ease
Wayne Douglas, Associate
Of St rk' And Chrl.lln. D... 7 Days A Week
U.rr.ll
11-8 FOR SALE Knuckle hull _. Ph. crowders. You pick In your EXPERIENCEDSEWING

containers, $3.00 bushel.
------------ per
41 1.2 miles west of Lastey. Rd. ------------

WANTED Used furniture, 225.Itp W.M. Patrick. 7823863. Strout Realty, Inc.NO Phone 964-6061 \ FREEr

mere refrigerators Discount, washers House.- tfchg Dah CITY TAX ,:' i.'f ESTIMATES MACHINE MECHANIC
------------
3 Bedroom Bungalow Acre 7

------------ Lot, Town Edge. Just $11,000
FOR SALE Contemporarywalnut
DON'T merely brighten car- triple dresser, 4-drawer WELLS ELECTRIC SERVICE Only steady full-time workers seeking

pets Blue Lustre them chest,full size box springs and
no rapid, reselling. Rent mattress. $225. Call 9648058. PAVED ROAD FRONTAGE (EublUh.d 1949)

hampooer $1. Devrlck Inc., Itp i Permanent Employment i
2 bedroom, 5 miles from town, 744 N. Thompson Starke
301 E. Call St., 964-6163.
$8 2iO.! Warranty Is As Important Price
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---------- Apply in Person

MOBILE-HOME MOVING. Also WE HAVE AVAILABLE we've stood behind both since 1949
mobile home hurricane anchoring A.J. THOMAS-REALTOR Acreage from one acre to 10,000.

and mobile home roof 964-6162
coating. Olin's MOBILE Home AssociatesFred TO BUY OR SELL
Service.964-5608, Rt. 100 W. Sackett 468-1753 Strout Realty, Inc. Paid Vacation Paid Holidays Salary Open

Starke, Fla. tfchg Lillian Pearson 782-3806 Phone 964-6609 OLINS MOBILE HOME SALESHWY.
2117 N.Temple Ave.
'
$4,000 handy man special Starke 100 W. PH. 964560&l...,, ;t
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$9,000 2 BR, 1 bath frame Special Double Wide > tr 01'
r
NURSERY Pre-school in- $15,600 3 BR, 1 bath block Vemle P. Odom associate (

struction given daily. Ages 3 $17,500 3 BR, corner lot 964-6476 Summer Clearance Sale VOGUE MANUFACTURING CO. INC.
Eddy Allen, associate
thru 6. Hours 9 to 12. Ph. 964- $18,750' large frame-terms to
Everything priced sell
8404. Itp $38,000 4BR-- 1 acre
Farms from 3 to 75 acres Mary K. Brown, Mobile Home New & Used Furniture HIGHWAY 100 STARKE

------------ Land from 19 to 50 acres Branch Manager a III I Dark "Won <.r. Noon nark On SUndnv 4/71 ........................................................................................





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. SENIOR CITIZENSAlmost VET NEWS HAMPTON AREA NEWSG.I.Bill I TRAVEL' J CommunityNews


every newspaperhas repairs, or labor of this kind? TIM, ANO ;

articles and pictures Transportation in and education and By JoMphlne Fontaine
about being old and poor. It is around CUBB area was Happiness Without Hassle
benefits for thou-
disgraceful to read the storiesof thoroughly discussed. We training
sands of Vietnam war and family on High- If arrive
elderly persons having to have only one taxi for our CITY NEWS Rodriguez you at the airline
Conflict veterans Mrs. Rimer is Mrs.Rodriquez' counter 30
Korean 221
post way minutes or so before
eat dog food, pilfer food store needs and that is very ex
shelves scrabble in garbagecans pensive.. will expire on May 31, 1974, The City Election was held sister.BIRTHDAY you are asked to, you'll
for scraps of meat and A Committee of 5 was according to W.B. Mackall Sept 11 at the Hampton City have a better chance of get

scrimp along in order to exist. named to work on this director of the Florida Affairs. Hall The polls closed at 7 p. GREETINGS ting a window* seat* By Elizabeth (Civen: Walker
Division of Veterans *
Jack Anderson puts it bluntly, problem, Harry Eib Keystone m. and Bonnie Trisler appeared -
that the If
It is emphasized Belated greetings to David you can't get u window
at 7:05 to the
"All age groups have felt the Heights Lewis and Bernie : tally
and May 1974 expiration date does that she had Barnes who was 11 years old ask for seats as far forward as Baptist Church which terminates -
impact of spiraling inflation In Smith, Bill Richards Joe votes stating CHURCH NEWS
not affect the G.I.Bill on-the- possible. It's for the day
Sept 16.Mrs. quieter! services
one form or another. But older Kerrigan. Included within this called Mrs. Flynn and that
Americans have probablybeen Committee are Pat Farn- job, farm cooperative apprentice Mrs. Flynn told her she was to Debby Rimer had her New Bethel Baptist and at Allen Chapel.
victimized to a much sworth, CUBB Director, and or flight training tally the votes. Mrs. Hall who 21st birthday on Sept. 12. If you're travelling with Ebenezer Baptist Churches All members are asked to
benefits for those veterans. and Pat Crawfordwill children under 12 don't the Men'sDay
greater extent than any other Rep. Williams. We will meet has worked on the election for Peggy pay Rev. Leroy Davis, pastor please remember
Most education benefits for their 12th birth extra for their accommodations. Each member is
celebrate ,
-
activity
segment of society. and discuss this problem and several years, told Miss Weekly and services for
those discharged prior to June 23rd with a cookoutat At Holiday Inns in asked to for success
Sept cooperate
How long can we toleratethe take necessary steps toward Trisler that she would have to day. Sunday will terminate for this
1, 1966 will expire on May 31, their home on Highway 325. Hanover, Germany and all .
death trap nursing homes solution. take a seat with the rest of the week to attend the Mt. Sinai
where so many elderly and Our Meeting ended with 1974 the eighth anniversarydate observers because if Miss over the world they can stay Association in Gainesville, at
This law in their
of PL 89358. SENIOR CITIZENS: parents'room for free! SCHOOL NEWS
of delicious Trisler had anything to do
crippled persons are burned refreshments allows each veteran eight rDon't First Baptist Church, Rev
alive? Nursing homes shouldnot cakes baked by Peg with the ballots they might as let Games pastor. All membersand
to his training luggage be
be above one floor and be Richardson and ice cream years complete well throw them all out. Miss Don't forget the meeting your friends are invited to All interested Adults are
The time is computed from tomorrow night 7:30: p. m at overweight. In tourist class invited to attend classes in the
remodeled or built with donated by Houston and Trisler was a candidate for attend the activity, September
date of are allowed 44
veteran's
the you pounds
fireproof materials. This calls Marion Driscoll in honor ofMarion's City Clerk Miss Trisler then the old School House. 1923. Rev Leroy Davis, various centers for their
for immediate Federal and 79th birthday. discharge or from whicheveris the effective moved a chair over next to the I II"III" .... ..... Moderator. convenience. For informationcall
date of the law '
State Legislation. A vote of thanks to Bill later. ballot table and tallied the SCHOOL NEWS ( I ;) 1 964.6150 or 964-6683.

Rep. Frank Williams gave a Richards House Chairman PL 89-358 did not include votes as they were counted. \. Greater Bethlehem

timely, instructive talk to 55 who worked so hard in flight, apprenticeship on-the- After some confusion and Hampton have ElementarySchool \, Freewill Baptist Church Rev. VISITINGRev.
walls
senior citizens and guests, preparation of this meeting. and farm cooperative recounting of the votes the suddenlycome .: Jasper Williams pastor.
job,
alive with Snoopy Wise and Mrs. W. II. Walker
City Councilman Charles Thanks again to Rep. for this following officers were an- Last Sunday services were
Schaefer, Jesse Brown and his Williams and his assistant, training.of Eligibility was added by nounced as elected : Mayor Old Owl Happy Faces and I, Nn very impressive. Rev. had their relatives visiting
type training and
wife, Mr and Mrs. George Jimmy Crosby, for a very PL 90-77, approved August 31, Arthur Bruno; City Clerk, many other characters.colorful The o cLJ Williams spoke from Job Miss Ossie Walker from Fort
Cheshire at the Civil Defense productive meeting. 1967. Consequently, entitle- Shirley Forsyth; Marshal, meaningful 282728.: The evening messagewas Lauderdale Mrs. Ella
these
Bldg., Starke, Sept. 11, "How We meet again Sept. 25, 1 ment for veterans pursuing Fred Phillips; Councilmen, A. captions accompanying i son taken from Psalms 121:12. : Jackson from Daytona Beach
an Idea Becomes Law." We p.m. at the Pratt St. Rec. such will not C. Dennison, Frances Wad- characters indicate that great and Mr. John Givens and
training expire
highly commend Frank for Center. until Aug. 30, 1975. eight years sworth, Hamer (Hank) Lott events are to occur 29th from! international flights, 70 Weekly services began with children from St. Petersburg.
this service. after the date such benefits September 14 through pounds domestic flights. Ushers Board No 2 and Choir
Copies of H.R. 2227 relatingto -Joe Kerrigan were authorized by law. Jr.The MayorCommissionerform Part of the students' questionswere C No. 2 meeting Monday night. Irene D. Goodwine was

the $10,000 Homestead of government was answered on Friday When flying with children, Senior Choir rehearsed given a surprise birthday
Exemption Act cosponsoredby WifF.Ji' defeated so Hampton will when Sgt. Paul Carter Patrol request seats near the bulk- Tuesday night, Prayer party recently by Mrs Clara
Gibson Orlando Ylv Some 537,000 women veterans continue to have Florida Highway Mae Mrs.
Rep l a regular head that divides 'the first Meeting Wednesday night Covington Mal'gieJenkins.
Frank Williams and others 1 ",, // Including 9,000 dis- elected mayor. Safety Officer, appeared with class and tourist class sections. Tonight (Thursday) the Circle Mrs Beatrice Desue
were distributed. This act was DEPT.If charged from military ser- Fire Chief Fred Phillips impressive movie films and You pay no more but they will meet at the home of Mrs. and Mrs. Lydie Pitman. 18
voted upon overwhelminglyby "llk I vice during the past fiscal reports that the old Fire Truckis suggestions for bicycle and will find more room to play in. Sarah Prince. Friday night friends helped to celebrate the
the people of Florida in two your wife does all the year, will benefit from the in A-l operating condition. pedestrian safety. Parents are Prayer Band will meet at the occasion.
elections previously sup- dishes if your family is aver new "women veterans bill of Bill Trinks donated a 250- requested to encourage their home of Mrs. Inez Daniels.

ported by the Governor for age, and if you made a stackof rights" In the recent veterans gallon water tank that was children to follow the rules of -------------- Saturday the League will sell
people 65 years and older with all the dishes pots and eduatlon and train- mounted on the truck making safety as outlined by Sgt. WALTER TIPPY his dinners from the kitchen.
residence in Florida for at pans your wife washed last Ing law, says W.B. Mackall the capacity of the truck now Carter and to keep their eyes says Sunday is Trustee Day. The
least five years. The people month it would reach the director of the State of 1''l0- 500 gallons There were also and ears pen for more to brother-in-law has a new Youth will be in charge all

voted for it, what's the hang- top of a 17-story buildingand rida's Division of Veterans repairs on the truck as follow in the next two weeks job riding shotgun on a day. Dinner will be served at

up? Discussions and weigh 1,000 pounds. Affairs follows: A new generator, a A Steering Committee meat truck. 12:30.: Evening service, 6 p,m. .
suggestions were made and That's an average of 3,750 new voltage generator and meeting was scheduled for 7'&t0G

noted by our Legislator pieces not including silver, Women veterans now com- new cross-over pipes for Sept 17 to include *
Greater Allen AME
Other problems raised were in 30 days. prise 1.9 per cent of the nation's manifold. Mr. Phillips also representatives from Grades Chapel,
who 3, 4, 5 and 6 along with Principal We divide Church Rev. B. C. Williams I < I
Mobile Homes, use of generic The average women veteran population, with reports that they have been our days among / ( ( '
names on prescribed drugs washes dishes by hand spendsfive 307,000, or 57 per cent with having a good turnout at the Tom Casey Mrs. Connie eating sleeping, workingand pastor. ,
have the Social Security Of- to six years of her life at World War n Service. fire meetings. Clark and Mrs. Kathereme leisure. Lct'i all try to Sunday School 10 a.m. ,.:,i
fice located in or around the the job. Wigglesworth regarding the sleep more; it's the only one Morning service, 11 a.m. with "\\liat society! rails the

old Court House in Starke. It is not unusual for husbands The new "Bill of Right" FRIENDS & NEIGHBORS safety program. An interested of the four we can really af the Junior Choir renderingsong smart lliiiifl/ tn tin in often

Why should we have to pay to buy their wives a equalizes Veterans Admin Mr and Mrs. Carl Rhoden parents meeting was to be ford. service. Fellowship pretty dumb."
sales taxes on labor on installation dishwasher and say: "llonej. Istration benefits for women Jr. are the proud parents of a held the same evening to Hour 3 p.m., Ebenezer

of appliances, auto let me help with the dishes veterans, allowing them to new baby boy Randall assist in the safety program.On .
You load-and I'll turn the receive additional GI Bill DeWayne. The Rhodens have Tuesday, Sept. 18, Mrs

machine on." payment for their husbands, three other children, Tammy Phyllis Talley Art Instructor,
VA and planned to advise students on
and making dependents Stacey Timmy.
educational assistance.For Mrs. Bertha Rhoden of methods to be used in con- Sawyer Slade GasThe
M y Melrose was visiting Mr. and structing safety posters.
Mrs. Walter Rhoden and Posters must be completed at
EXCITING! further information on the family last Thursday. school in order to qualify for
1r above or on matter regarding -
any Mr. and Mrs. Greg Rimer awards to be presented to Number 1
veterans affairs, con-
and can bet HI7p.m. who were recently married in each of the Kindergarten
on
you
tact either local County
your through 6th grade classes.
Michigan have decided to Sales & Service Firm
Veteran Service Office
,
any make their home here in the Mrs. Carol Shields reports
office of the Veterans Administration that her 5th grade studentsare
NIGHTLY write Mackallat Hampton area. While Installing The Number 1
or
progressing well in con-
here fell
honeymooning
txcept Sundays Petersbrg Post Office 33731.Box 1437, St. in love with this area and they have structing tools canoes, Heating & Air Conditioner In The Nation;
moved next door to the costumes and other items

I'' MATINEES needed to complete their
--- miniature Indian village.
Mondays, Wednesdays & Saturdays Besides regular clssses the

WEDNESDAY students are enjoying their
a r wonderful library with Mrs.
NIGHT FISH Maureen Paul on hand for

assistance.
SPECIALCocktail They are always happy to
see Mrs. Jo Benson appear for The Ultimate In

'1a' /11=1t + $ }75 delightful music sessions. The
Physical Education programis
Heat & Air
Lounge also very worthwhile with Central
All,
Air Conditioned Theater Type Seating-Snack Bars >-BeveragesTelewagering The Fried Flounder Mr. Rick Ezzell as director .

at Your Scat-State Law: You must be 18 You Can Eat

Free Parking-For Reservations Oc la area, 591 2345 INCLUDES CHOICE OFPOTATO GOOD I 80,000 BTU Carrier Gas FurnaceThermostat

Gainesville .
area, 3769044SR HUSH PUPPY & PIRATE'S SLAW

l 311 JUST EAST US 441 2 Ml. EAST OF 1-75
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ALL SEATS 75c to $1.50 3500 SW 13TH ST GAINESVILLE. FLA. 378-2931 Controls Five, Year Compressor WarrantyAll

Labor and Materials
Seven Air, Supply Ducts
Y 24.000 BTU Cooling
One Return Uuct
Carrier Oil, Furnace Available

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better-than-ever w ay jj l [

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...,- HOSTING, THE OOPUE-SC: START
Caprice Classic. Introducing an elegant HAVIM,
motor cai ju-t ,i-kinr; to lie l enjo>ed. Out- YOU I IKJ FEOMT StlOlJLP"F'ALL'INTERVENE THe"UESTS, $139000

+ule: an impo in_ ore _rnlle. and on 4 5 &BACEFUI.LV.' fow" TRY TO
the Cuupc a di'liu<'MM new DROWN'7I- OUT ciiiRAcr' % COMPLETELY

roof line Insiili': pent'. --" ASK THEM.' OWE.FOIZ OF rxAMPLE.yoU 1HE "c.>"ESE,MI&Mr' ;i; INSTALLED

anti ,flOUT THEIR' CHILPREN SlHOOL
quiet < onvcnirni i r
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\V itli -land.mi ]Inner AMOTHee PlEASANT WAY TO pvIERJ'' / PLUS ANY
steering to of the tin tun- stau t v >< Of'FH'I EACH A (StA<7$ OF
A REFRESHING' I&ErEA..
hard fi WORK OR GAS
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IIIMII and ntnfoit "f f a iIt ,ii that'W to mow half the lawn.CARPET.

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latear'I llnlorTr d {[eon- 0.-1,1 RUG

ono Car ofllie 1 Pal i \nil _-:' t. MalibU Classic.
; A luxury Che\elte, new this year. Withfull
for mill Uriii-r : .
/ Mender'i .P" foam seats. A fold-dol\n front armrest. Wood-grained CleaningRESIDENTIAL
Choice" aBt>l l"nnonn ,
C- I accents. Elegant inner door panels.
=p \inyl Extremely
Vtlan for .the. 'last three
tasteful upholstery and pile nylon carpeting. I
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Tear* 1.1 lesluipednoop L- R1 "
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as classic I in character and I
nicer "rlll'I; I rll't'* .
detail I I Yet
Ilst interior COMMERCIAL
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and colors,I IMu I
new mOl good
it remains mid.size. And, i +
(hinge; i to make! it better See what II'tike to dri\e inner'.
it remains all Ch eve II e, AUGUST

With Che\elle handling

Camaro. The way it look and at a Che\ele! price. r 'N SPECIAL
%y i is the way it poe Quick! Now that >ou'\e looked, ALL MAKES OF AIR CONDITIONINGCALL

I sleek and nimble. With come and see the new US FOR FAST. PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

t a lore. a ide stance. reoIalihu! Classic-and all 10'OFF

s y *pon-i\e st'ering.n,1 the 1974 Che\ rolets.The 964-7701

A 1 l r' /f comfort that's rare in ones shown here plus REG. PRICE

a car that handles so Impala :Monte Carlo
-
well Plus classic new Nova Corvette, pickups, ...I I"t Free Estimate SAWYER SLADE GAS AND

and from ,'ansand all
ling plushness our new Boyd ServicePhone
the and. trucks.At Bul/dirlQa6ertrrwayrobcedleUA
cut-pile carpeting up. cars
964-8359 AIR CONDITIONING

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