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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 27, 1973
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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;.r .- wnc..rrrdA..r Jimmy Bowen, who
squeaked into the run-off by 17
votes, defeated Acting Chief

pwY '1, 2,500 Expected Bill Chambers by 208 votes
., ibni Tuesday to become Starke'snew
chief of police.

Voters marked Bowen 657

i times and his opponent,
For
Saturday Chambers, received 449 of the
total 1,106 turnout, 46 per cent
of the city's 2,380 voters. This
second decision of Starke
voters drew fewer -
Calf ScrambleAnother par-
ticipants than the first
primary election September
Architect's rendering shows how the new Bradford Square Shopping Center will look 11 which decided the city
upon completion this
December
large crowd is president of the Chamber of clerk's post and the questionof
expected Saturday night, Commerce. a city manager for Starke.
September 29, at the seventh Participating in the
New Shopping Center Over Half annual Calf Scramble and Scramble will be: Jimmy 1973 Total votes in the previous
Complete Horse Show at the Bradford Duncan, Eugene Gowens, election was 1,550 or 65 per
cent of the
County Fairgrounds. Everett Hayes, Harold E. 2,380 voters.Tuesday's .
i turnout
[ Waters, Jr., Joe of 1,106
Meng Jack
Fast Last year the event drew a was fewer than the
taking 1,400 or
f Temple Avenue shape(US-301)on South) and Sims says."They're. At one time the shopping arranged by Stockton, proach to development which crowd of about 2,500 and an Parrish, Wayne Gann, John 1,500 predicted last week by
I Edwards Road in Starke is the a good bunch of center was scheduled to open Whatley, Davin & Company, combines complete designand equally large turnout is expected Kilby, Mark Harris, Mark Clerk Merrill Edwards.
$1.3 million 78,720 boys, I tell you," Sims added. for Christmas but some The construction loan com- construction services in a this Saturday. Joyner, Mike Cole, Michael
foot
square Scott, Andrew "I'm pleased and
tenants have very
l now decided mitment was received from Knight,
single
Bradford Square Shopping Sims says he has been told, to Barnett contract. The firm'sannual The Scramble annually Richard Clemmons, Len proud to be the chief of policeof
Mortgage Trust in
Center, an artist's rendering wait until after Christmas to Jacksonville.The construction volume, provides 20 FFA and 4-H boys, Moore, Robert-Carter, David Starke and thank the voters
It of which is shown above. InjuredIn open for business. which includes manufacturing members of the Bradford Baldree, Randy Joyner, for turning out," was Bowen's
plants, distribution
centers, County Chapters, the opportunity Horace Sellars comment
The new shopping center Major tenants include: Preston H. Haskell office buildings and and Charles shortly after the
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will serve the people of Winn-Dixie Food Store with Company, headquartered in centers, located throughout shopping calves. to win 15 purebred Starling, Jr. Selected as results were in Tuesday night.
Bradford, Union, Clay, and '22,270 square feet; T.G. & Y. Jacksonville, is leader 'the Random choice alternates were: Joe Lazenby,
. a in the Southeast, total. in excessof selection of the contestantswas Mike Nettles, Eddie ."I( will serve as a full-time
Alachua Counties, according City family store with 30,000 "total responsibility" $25 million. Akridge,
f to the owners, Haskell Realty square feet, the largest ap- made by Marc Jackson, Billy Stone, and Arnie Gibson.

.{ Developers, a division of tenant; Eckerd Drugs with Lucky winners are requiredto
Preston H. Haskell Company 10,000 square feet, and keep the calves for two
[ of Jacksonville. Bradford AccidentThree Stump's Department Store, a years, enough time to allow
Square marks this area's first leading Starke clothier, with 2 Die them to start their own herds. 7
major merchandising ad- persons were 6,000 square feet, and several Injured Each winner is also requiredto
vancement since 1962 when smaller stores.Occupying .
seriously injured Sunday on institute a pasture Im-
Starke Plaza was constructedon SR-16 at Old Lawtey Road in 10 acres of land provement and feed
Madison Street in west Starke, when a 1969 Pontiac the new shopping center will production program on his
Starke. driven by Arthur Steven provide parking for over 500 farm, and to show his calf at

More than half completed, Hewitt, Starke, collided with cars. the Bradford County Fair.Actlvit.les .
is Jack C. In
Leasing agent US-301
the back of
a 1965 Chevrolet Crashcollision
the new center will be ready driven Davis of Preston H. Haskell Saturday will
by George Gabriel
for tenants to move in this Company. Permanent begin with a fish fry at
Enyedy of Orange Park. supper
December, according to Job financing by the New York $1.50 per plate, served between

Superintendent Bob Sims. Johnny J. Mosely of Life Insurance Company was The Bradford County Starke was moved to the 4:30: and 6:30: by
has point beneath
Ham hurt
in a high-
progress Jacksonville, was a members of the
passenger Traffic Bradford
fatality toll University
reached Hospital in bill board.
paving the parking area, but it with Enyedy, who was on his five for the year when Jacksonville and listed in way Future Farmers of America
is now beginning to take Starke Eleiu.
Sims way to the V.A. Hospital in Margalina Keatn, 42, and satisfactory condition. Hulsey remained pinned Chapter.
shape, says. Gainesville to be admitted, is Johnnie Dale Browick, 23, inside the pick-up until David Smith, Chairman of
I The City of Starke, which now admitted with a broken PTAToMeet died in an accident at the Douglas Cribbs, 15, of rescuers could pry him free. the Calf Scramble Committee
will provide the shopping left leg and lacerations. The Starke crossroads of US-301 and SH- Starke was treated and All other occupants of the two from 1970 through 1972, will be Chief Jimmy Bowen

center with electric power, Hewitt's carskidded 294 feet Parent Teacher Elementary Associationwill 18 near Hampton Friday released at the Bradford vehicles were thrown out. at the microphone as Masterof
water, and facilities night. County Hospital.The Ceremonies. The chief and will do
sewerage from point of impact, turning hold its first regular Investigating Officer C. R. evening my best to
"is events will kick-off at
cooperating 6:45: make the
beautifully people of Starke
over and throwing Hewitt out meeting and house at Cory said that the car did not
, open Four other persons suffered Florida Highway Patrol with a welcome by Chamber proud of their
of his vehicle. The vehicle was 7:30: p.m. in the school injuries in the mishap- reported the accident occuredat have seat belts. Cory added President Marc Jackson, ment." police depart-
rested on top of Hewitt and cafeteria Monday, October 1, 10:15: that the number one cause of followed by the
p.m. Friday night presentationof Bowen
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bystanders pulled him out. 1973. Johnny Hawkins, 21, when traffic deaths in Florida is former city
a 1963 Chevrolet registration
two- to the
councilman
costa aripr papers and
the Hewitt was taken to the Hampton was listed in door sedan victims being thrown out and 1971 Scramble city
driven
.. ,,,- Bradford County Hospital Refreshments will be satisfactory condition in the failed to by Hawkins crushed by their own vehicle.In winners. policeman, has now suc-
then transferred to the served after the business University of Florida Medical the stop before crossing The first Scramble is ceeded in this, his second
Medical Center in Gainesvillewith meeting and parents will have Center where he. was treatedfor The northbound lane of US-301. other county accidents scheduled for 7 p.m., the attempt at winning the job of
internal injuries. an opportunity to visit their a fractured leg. 1973 Dodge pick-up driven Jack Edward Eaves, 29,. of second at 7:15: p.m. and the police chief. He ran third in
child's room and meet his by Hulsey struck the auto Starke ran off the Sampson third at 7:45: Two chicken 1971 behind former chiefs Ken
Enyedy was treated and teacher. Randall Brooks, 15, Starke, throwing out the fatally in- Lake Road causing $600 scrambles for p.m.children bet- Fuqua and Bill Rosser. .
released from was also transported to the jured
Bradford persons.
damage to his 1965 Ford truck, ween the ages'( of 7 through 9 Bowen served on the city
County Medical Center for treatmentof
: Hospital with head Members of the executive Impact of the vehicles September 22. and 10 through 12 are :council: in 1969, defeating
injuries. Enyedy's internal injuries. Brooks spun
car was board
are stressing that the
knocked 224 feet into a Starke Elementary PTA plansto was listed in satisfactory the car around, ripping the Woodrow Harper received scheduled after the second incumbent Gerald Williams.
condition Saturday. engine loose and sending the injuries when a car driven by calf scramble. He later resigned that post to
(See Page 5)It's ) uphold the slogan" "People wreckage 120 feet. The pick- Cleo Carl Thornton left SR- Entrants for the chicken make the bid for police chief
FOOD FORUMDo Taking Action,. Gregory Hulsey, 17, of up stopped 160 feet from the 229.: scrambles will be announced in 1971.
just prior to these events. At the present time Bowen
Leaping Children catching a chicken is employed at Terwillegar
Prices Bug You? will be awarded a choice of the Motors and also owns

AwfulResidents Say Of Rendering Plant chicken or one dollar cash washeterias in Starke. He has
ATTEND'Panel : prize. Entries will be acceptedat promised to serve as full-time
Discussion v the Chamber of Commerce chief of police during the close

Rising Food "indescribable." plant and Hampton residentswill -at least until October 15. That Melbourne, the hearing plant alterations in an effort to office until 5 p.m. Friday, campaign.

Prices-Causes It causes loss of sleep and have to continue holding was the grace period allowedby examiner, to allow National curb the rendering plant September 28. Four candidates originally
Effects brings on asthmatic attacks.It their noses-off and on, that is- attorney Pierce Wood, of Protein to make emergency odors. The program will continueat qualified for the race Bowen
8 p.m. with a horse show has now won. In the first
Wednesday causes dogs to nigh-tail-it The State Department of staged by the Bradford primary Chambers, a veteranof
October for the nearest gopher hole to Pollution Control, through its Roping Club. the Starke Police Depart-
8p.m. stick their noses in. Murder Rioting Trials Are SetTrial attorney, R. L. Caleen, pushed Free to the public, the an- ment as patrolman and officer
hard for immediate closing of nual Chamber sponsored who was appointed acting
It causes strong men to get the plant, stating that it had affair, has been made possibleby chief this summer for-
Ag BuildingU.S. up in the middle of the night dates for two defendants disposition of a number of begin October 15, with two already been given an extra 30 the contributions of local mer Chief Ken upon Fuqua's
.301 NorthSponsored and move their beds to an air- charged with first other cases, when a 40-page days allowed, the trial of days to make revisions, that business, agricultural and resignation, earned top spot in
tight room. degree murder were set docket was sounded in Circuit Elisha Pittman, indicted June its temporary permit expired civic organizations. first primary voting with 466
By It makes a nearby Monday by Circuit Judge Court. 5 for the fatal shooting of July 15, and that it was now votes.
woodyard worker get sick at Theron Yawn, as well as Judge Yawn scheduled operating illegally, without
EXTENSION SERVICE the stomach and home and to Samuel Clark in Hampton. a In second place 21 votes
,
--- go Aaron Green will serve as permit. Deaths Increase back was Bowen with 445
causes a Hampton school
principal to lose his Guns Stolen From Home defense attorney in the case Woods argued, however, votes. Former Chief Bill
Dance! for fried chicken.In appetite brought by Asst. State At- that the hearing had been Pedestrian deaths in Florida Rosser, making a third
Some $1,000 in radio home are a two-way radio bay torney Ken Herbert against called for the purpose of for the first half of 1973 In- comeback try, got 428 'votes,
STARKE NATIONAL shortit's awful, according equipment and guns were station, a tape deck, seven Pittman. deciding on a permanent creased 28 percent over the just 17 fewer than Bowen and
GUARD ARMORY to Hampton area stolen during daylight hours rifles, and one shotgun. One of Richard Sherman Williams, operating permit, and the same period last year the missing the second primary
SEPT. 29 residents testifying on the Monday from the home of the rifles is a Florida National also indicted June 5 for the I issue: of whether the plant Florida Highway Patrol has run-off by that margin. Jessie
odor problem at last Thursday's Virgil Jordan who lives just Guard M-14 rifle designatedas fatal stabbing of a fellow should be closed while announced.The Branson, former police chiefof
8:00: TO 12:00: all-day hearing on north of Alligator Creek on a match piece for use by inmate, Jimmy Ross revisions were made was not factors most likely to Waldo and Macclenny,
Peace Machine whether or not National Flume Road which runs Jordan in rifle matches, according Freeman, at the prison, will within the scope. "I have no be present when a pedes trailed with 188 votes in his
Protein should be granted a between SR-16 and SR-230, one to Deputy Sheriff be tried October 1718. authority to close the plant trlan Is killed by an auto- first attempt at Starke
c-.r .f permanent operating and one-half miles east of John Dempsey. Trial has also been set for 18 down," he said, suggesting mobile are: Male 75 or politics.
permit for its Bradford Starke. The Jordan home was en- inmates charged with par- that if DPC wanted to follow older jaywalking In dark Starke will officially have a
the; (!Cumnuutitti! County plant, the subject of The theft was reported by tered through a rear window ticipating in rioting at the this course it would have to go clothes in good weather from new head for the Police
g tatr Sank controversy since it openedone the Bradford Sheriff's sometime between 8:30:: a.m. Union Correctional Institutenear the injunction route through 8 p.m.to9AmonFrld4; Department when the city
year ago. Department. Deputy John and 4:15: p.m. Monday. About Raiford. Seven separate the courts. council convenes for its Oc-
But due to a procedural Dempsey says the burglary is 90 per cent of such burglariesoccur cases involving the men will Patrol figures show that 221 tober meeting next week.
Account. Now hound Up problem, developing during under investigation but during daylight hours be heard on October 29. Strong arguments for im- of 281 pedestrians killed First primary voting also
no
F......1 o.T.,I2O.OOO... .......br.....Carp the course of the hearing, no arrests have been made. when residents are away from Charges range from mediate closing were made by were mostly at fault, usually saw' veteran City Clerk
immediate decision was home at work Deputy possession of a weapon by a trying to cross the roadway Merrill Edwards defeat
reached on the fate of the Missing from the Jordan Dempsey pointed out. (see Page 5)) ($.. Page 12)) when there was Insufficient
time. (See Page )



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BCH Auxiliary Opens Janel/ Titus, Tommy Trlest Reception Given For Mrs Denton" I


Season With SupperThe Exchange VowsMiss Mrs. Mikel! G. Denton, brideof chid corsages made from
August 8, the former Miss orchids grown by Mrs.

..1.1i" Bradford County products have been raised Janel Lenora Titus, Gainesville, organist, Nancy Lee McLarty of William H. Murray.A from the. bride'schosen
Hospital Auxiliary started from 10 cents to 15 cents and a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. presented a program of Memphis, Tenn., was honoredat platter china
was to
their new year with a covered new Coca-Cola machine will Bryce C. Titus, Sr., of Starke, nuptial music. a reception Tuesday, Sept. the presented hostesses
dish supper and meeting be purchased. The price of and Tommy Triest, son of Leon Triest attended his 18, at the Starke Woman's the honoree by :
Debra Moseley Mrs.
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t' /. Monday night in the Methodist Cokes have gone up to 25 centsa Mrs. Inez Triest and the late brother as best man. Ushers Club. Mrs.* .
Mrs. Jack
Jones,
., try v Fellowship Hall. can. Thomas Triest of Keystone were Tom and Bryce Titus II, A pink and green color Roger Eddy,
Arthur Gaskins
I The dining tables were It was announced that the Heights, were united in brothers of the bride. scheme was carried out in the Mrs. Mrs.
Johns, Mrs. Eldon
decorated in the Fall theme next general meeting will be marriage Friday,Sept. 21, at 8 Mrs. Cindy Cummings of decorations.Mrs. John D. and Mrs.
with arrangements placed at held Nov. 26 and the Christ- p.m. in the Morgan Road Lake Butler served as matronof Eldon Hardy greeted }Hardy Dudley
intervals along the long mas tea will be on Dec. 14. Baptist Church. Rev. Bob honor, wearing a Navy blue guests at the door and Hardy.Approximately. 125
tables. The arrangementswere Members were also given the Cooper performed the nup- checked dress trimmed with presented them to receiving guests
invited to call betweenthe
on display from the privilege to wear Auxiliary tials. white. She carried a daisy line composed of Mrs. John D. were
Hospital Hospitality shop pant suits while on duty. Highlighting the altar were nosegay. Johns, the honoree, and Mrs. hours of 7:30: and 9:30: p.m.VickeryCh .
made by members for sale at Members have been asked to baskets of yellow and white The bride, given in Willie Mae Denton, mother of
the shop. try and enforce the visition carnations, gladioli and marriage by her father, worea the groom. Mrs. Johns in- / ismEngagement/
T Mrs. M. A. Baldwin, hours, 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. A new daisies, and a single can- white crepe dress with troduced guests to the
president, conducted the magazine rack has been delabra decorated with baby's chiffon bodice. Her Juliet honoree. ToldMr.
meeting, when it was an- added to the lobby sitting breath. crown, trimmed with seed The refreshment table was
nounced that the project for room. The October board Mrs. Polly Brown of pearls, secured her veil, and covered with a cutwork cloth and Mrs. Edwin
the year will be to raise fundsto meeting will be held the she carried a white rosebud and centered with an the
1lfi H ; f fa fr pay for the Bovie Electro- second Thursday instead of DKGMee//ng/ and orchids nosegay.A arrangement of pink and Vickery engagement announce of their daughter,
Surgical Cautery machine the first Thursday as it con- reception was held in the white pompoms, roses and Debra, to Randall R. Chism
that the hospital has pur flicts with a district meeting.New Macclenny/ American Legion Post 56 baby's breath, flanked by pink II, son of Mr. and Mrs.
I chased from the Lake Butler members voted into building, which was tapers in silver candelabra. Randall R. Chism.
Hospital. The cost is approximately the Auxiliary are: Mrs. Ben Alpha Nu chapter of Delta highlighted with baskets of Punch was served from a Wedding plans will be an-
$2600. Holtzendorf, Sr., Mrs. John W. Kappa Gamma, International yellow and white carnations, silver punch bowl. nounced at a later date.
The Hospitality Shop Griffin, Mrs. James R. Society of key women gladioli and daisies. Mrs. Roger Jones, Mrs.
chairmen, Mrs. L. C. Early Lawson and prospective teachers, met on September The bride's table and punch Debra Moseley and Mrs. J J...J,,....fl,. fl""If"ff l. D...fl fl fl.II,
and Mrs. Kay Baillie, an- members, Mrs. Eunice 18 at the Christian Fellowship table were covered with white Dudley Hardy poured punch .
nounced the vending machine Searing, Mrs. Linda Temple in Macclenny.The linen cloths edged with lace' and served as floor hostesses.Mrs. Mrs. Carolvn Redgrave and
Hildebran Mrs. of Jack Eddy and Mrs. Mrs. Shellie Gerle spent'lastweek
r Ruby Hersey inspirational was givenby Mrs. Jackie Titus
and Mrs. Sharon Brewer. Mrs. Tommie Nolin, and Columbus, Ga. cut the cake Arthur Gaskins cut the cake visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Sharlene/ Ann Ellington Weds Becky SemerHonoredAt/ Mrs. L. A. Canova won the Mrs. Lonita McGill presented and was assisted in serving by and served the guests. Brad Locke and family in
Mrs. Mikel! Denton and Mrs. Bradenton and Mr. and Mrs.
door prize. Mrs. Baillie and information on the scholar- Mrs. Roberta Titus of Starke.
Mrs. hostesses for Brenda Triest sister of Willie Mae Denton wore or Charles Parker in Cocoa.
Graham ChurchSharlene Early were ship program of Delta Kappa Miss ,
Mr. Addison/ / the evening. Gamma. the groom, kept the bride's
Linen ShowerMiss The program. "A Need for book.
Ann Ellington, The bride, given in UDC NoticeThe Continuing Education,*" was After a wedding trip to ONCEAYEARSALEATHON r
daughter of Mr and Mrs. marriage by her father, worea Becky Siemer, whose presented by Mrs. Lucile South Florida the couple is
Leon Ellington of Graham, white taffeta gown overlaid marriage to Mark Patray will Payne. Music was provided by residing at Bedford Lake.
and Wayne DeWitt Addison, with traditional organdy lace be an event of Sept. 29, was W. T. Weeks chapter, Mrs. Mona Canova The The bride is a 1972 graduateof
son of Mrs. Dorothy Elouise and long sleeves of sun-kist honored at a linen shower UDC, will meet Wednesday, president, Mrs Muriel BHS and is employed at
Addison of Columbus, Ga. and accented with pearl buttons. Monday night given by Miss Oct. 3, at 3:30: p.m. at the Norman, presided at the Guaranty Federal Savingsand
DeWitt Addison of Lake The raised waistline was Cheryl Phillips and Miss Pam home of Mrs. Lester Crews business meeting.Refreshments Loan in Starke.
Butler, were united in accented with a velvet bow. A Macy at the home of the with Mrs. Bertha Pearce and were servedby The groom is a graduate of
marriage Friday,Sept. 14, at 8 crown of pearls secured her latter. Mrs Walla Lipsey as co- the Macclenny mem- Keystone Heights High School Singer zig-zag .
.
p.m. in the Graham Baptist handmade floor length veil of The refreshment table was hostesses. bership. and is an electrical contractorin .
machine
Church with Rev. John E. illusion. She carried a cascade covered with a lace cloth over Attending from Starke Keystone Heights. sewing
Ross, Jr., of Raiford, arrangement of pompoms, ADK Sorority
per- white linen and centered witha were: Mrs. Muriel Norman, ..... ..... ..... .....
forming the nuptials. carnations and imported blue and green flower Mrs. Kate Sheppard, Mrs. p--4)-J , I ,'" 79
Decorating the altar were English ivy backed with arrangement.The Met MondayAlpha Tommie Nolin Mrs. Edna
gold and white arch can- wedding lace and miniature the Brenda Woodard, Jina Kay
hostesses presented Hart, Mrs. Marilyn Vellenga,
Delta Kappa Sororitymet
delabra holding white tapers seeded pearl hearts and satin honoree with sheets and pillow Monday night at the homeof Mrs. Evelyn Haney, Mrs. Cleo Franklin and Kay Turner of REG. $89.95 ..
flanked and white picot streamers.A North Florida Junior College,
by two gold cases as a memento of the Miss! Madge Middleton. A Andrews, Mrs. Adele Mit- The Fashion Mate sewing '"
baskets of white and pink reception was held at the and Ed Gillispie and Brant ;
Gibson
occasion. Show and Tell chell, Mrs. Maxine ,
lavender home of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. program Turner of Valdosta State machine that does a beau-
gladioli, mums pink attended Lucile Mrs. Mona
Mrs.
Eighteen guests followed the business Payne,
carnations,and imported jade Rivers in Graham, grand- meeting College spent the weekend tiful all-around Job. With"fchoice
between the hours of 7:30: and led by the president, Lucille Canova, and Mrs. Sue
greenery.Mrs. parents of the bride. 9 p.m. including the honoree's Winkler. with Mr. and Mrs. R. V, of stitches, exclu-
Vernie. Thornton, The bride's table was mother, Mrs. Otto Siemer and Payne.Refreshments were servedby Turner. sive Singer drop-in front
pianist,provided a program of covered with a lace cloth Mrs. Don Patray, mother of Miss Middleton and Ruth ---- ---- ----- bobbin, snap-on presser
nuptial music. accented with green, with the the bridegroom-to-be. Frazier. feet. In addition, it W
Wilbur W. Rogers attendedas bridal bouquet as a cen-
buttonholes,
sews
best man and Larry Taylor terpiece. The three layer Thank .You .All sews on buttons, j
, cake witha
..of Starke and Dennis Rogersof wedding was topped
Raiford were ushers. bride and groom. Dorter'sANTIQUES mends, withoutattachmentsl
" Mrs Wilbur W. Rogers Guests were greeted at the My many friends of Starke, many thanks for your 1 t

served her sister as matron of door by Mr.! and Mrs. Rivers HIGHWAY 21 active support in re-electing me as your city clerk, Carrying case #575 257

honor. She wore a mint green Miss Donna LeFevers of MIDDLEBURGColonial and also keeping your rights in your hands by sale-priced at $16.95
satin gown with an overlay of Graham kept the bride's book. ] I
Miss Alice Atwood of Starke defeating a change in our type government that '
floral sun kist featuring long Many other Sale-A-Thon special SColeman's them all!
sleeves, pearl buttons from cut the wedding cake and Miss would have abolished the city clerk as an elected
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top to waist, and a U-necklme. Tina Kelley of Lawtey I p ic official. This is one of the few rights we have left, to
She carried presided at the punch bowl.
green mums Lamps elect whom wish to in office."I .
to we serve public
Following
backed with Oregon fern and a wedding trip
satin streamers.Mrs. Silver Springs and Six Gun Sewing
Larry Taylor of Territory, the couple is and Chandeliers shall never betray your trust."
Starke, and Miss Cathy residing on SR-16 East, J. Center
OUR SPECIALTY
LeFevers of Graham were Starke. t' Your Friend \
attendants. Their gowns were The bride is employed as
identical to the honor attendant's accounting clerk II at the 4 PH. 282-4361 morntrdwardd 138 E. CALL STREET ',
except Mrs Division ot Surplus property I'

Taylor's Miss LeFever's gown was was in lavender.pink and in Mr Starke.Addison is employed at M. 4T-10/1B City Clerk City Of Starke STARKE FLA '32O91 PHONE 9O4-964-8312 1

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Teresa McKinney, daughterof Mr. and Mrs J. D. Yeager
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard returned Monday from a two AppearingMonday
McKinney, was flower girl, weeks visit with friends and
and Joel Ellington, brother of relatives in St. Augustine and
the bride, was ring bearer. Miami.NOTICE. M

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Mrs. Hamilton Recent Bride, ComplimentedMrs.

George Hamilton, a The gift table was covered Hamilton.
recent bride was honored at a with a white cutwork cloth and One hundred and twenty-,
shower Tuesday night of last centered with a bridal parasol five guests were invited to call ?'J
week given In the First with white pompoms at the between the hours 8 and 10 c BALDWIN
Christian Church fellowshiphall. base. p.m.
Hostesses were Mrs. The refreshment table was
Homer Hart Mrs. Emory also covered with white
Prevatt Mrs. Edwin cutwork cloth and centered Tetstone i tA':
Williams Mrs. Charles with a crystal punch bowl Family
Zipperer, Mrs. E. M. Prevatt encircled with greenery and ; I Chevrolet Olds
Plans Reunion >t 1v
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Miss Betty Jane Morgan, Mrs. coral vine.
Gerald Griff, Mrs. Virgil Two bridal games were
Jordan, Mrs. Fred Brown, played during the party hours Mr. and Mrs. George Tet- 1 S
Mrs. Fronie Crews and Mrs.J. and prizes awarded.The stone invite all friends and
C. Brown. hostesses presented the relatives to a family reunionat d4
Standing in the receivingline honoree with a Better Homes the home of Mr. and Mrs. !:
were the honoree her cookbook and corsage as a Otis Tetstone in Brooker on OK Used Cars
mother.Mrs. Richard C. Solze memento of the occasion. Sunday Sept.30. All attending
and Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton Corsages were also presentedto are asked to bring a covered 1'w7
mother of the groom, Mrs. Solze and Mrs. dish. h ]

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Power Steering, Power Brakes, Radio and Heater And All the

Worlds -MQ t Fascinatint! Robb Chrome Molding. Silver Gray and White.


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515 Alton Rd. Rhonda Patricia Underhill 1973 Oldsmobile 88 4-Door SedanLight

Weds Wayne BlankenshipThe
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Reynolds Chapel at Petersburg Beach, Leaton Transmission, Power Steering Power Brakes, and Only 5000
Camp Blanding was the Morgan III and David Silcox, Miles. Clean.
setting for the wedding of Miss Miss Pam Underhill at- Super
Rhonda Patricia Underhill tended her sister as maid of
and Herman Wayne honor. Bridal attendants were $3995
Blankenship on Saturday Mrs. Maxie Norton, Mrs.
MONDAY EVENINGS 2:00: TILL 5:00: P.M. Sept. 15, at 8 p.m. with Rev. Craig Padgett, Miss Mary Sue
Bob Cooper performing the Underhill and Mrs.! Wayne
MONDAY NIGHTS 7:00: TILL 10:00: P.M. nuptials Wynn.
TUESDAY NIGHTSWEDNESDAY 7:00: TILL 10:00: P.M. The bride is the daughter of The attendants were 1973 Olds Vista Cruiser i WagonNine
dressed alike chiffon
Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. in gowns
NIGHTS 7:00: TILL 10:00: P.M. Underhill and the groom is the with apricot bodice deep Passenger With (You Name It, It's Got It). Power inflows
son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin orange skirt and standup And All. Dark Brown Paint With Wood Pant.'lingAnd a Glass Vista
Glazes Stains- Williams and the late I.t. collar The empire waist was Dome Hoof. Only 5,100 Miles. Sold New For Over 5900.
Sprays Herman W. Blankenship. accented with a satin ribbon
Decorating the altar were which tied in back and extended -
Greenware two pedestal baskets of to the floor. The sheer $4695
, orange and bronze gladioli sleeves and bodice, front,
Firing mums pompoms and were enhanced with ruffles
greenery against a accented with miniature
Gifts background of arch, spiral I embroidered fall flowers. 1972 Chevrolet Vega 2-Door
r and tree candalabra entwined Their eye length veils were
t with greenery and holding secured with matching bows
YOUR CERAMICS
PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW FOR
white tapers. A trio can- with seed pearls. They wore Automatic Transmission Air Conditioned And Only 21.000 Miles
r XMAS TREE. A TREE THAT WILL LAST FOREVER delabra was lighted during the silver pearl necklaces, a gift
ceremony to symbolize the from the bride and carried One Owner, Very Clean.
two joined together as one inGod's brown wicker baskets filled
with yellow, orange and
sight.
; The Action Is Paul Faulkner organist bronze roses carnations and $1995
there ow and Mrs. Vernon Reddish baby's breath
Co soloist presented a programof Sonya Raulerson cousin of
By tog pn nuptial music. the bride was flower girl and
$top Ronnie Tomlinson attendedas Chad Reddish, nephew of the 1972 Ford Pinto 3-Door

Eloise's Ceramics best man and the ushers groom, was ring bearer
were Harry M. Matcher III, The bride, given in Automatic Transmission, Hadio and Heater.V; 'lute Side Wall Tin's.
William M. Meng of St. marriage by her father wore
nnnnatwae an empire gown of white One Ow ner. )Dai\ 'k Riot With Dark Blur 1'iny'I'l'op.l
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sequined '

I" fitted lace-adorned a high neckline bodicefeatured and $1895 ..: ..

full bishop sleeves l Her A-line
silhouette skirt which was

I edged decorated with with sequins Chantilace and 1971 Ford Pinto 2-Door Coupe

satin ribbon swept into a
i jeLL a3 .. cathedral train. She wore an ANo
and Air. (I'onditiomnir.
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opal necklace and earrings a lug I :ngine
/ 1 GROUP OF gift of the groom, Her LiiKK.iKe Hack\ On 1"1''I'Y Sharp; la'llle I Car.
4 ? I fingertip veil, was secured to awhile
; ; SlacksREG (ulict cap decorated
: with imported chantilace and
: S1OOO sequins She carried a $1795
whilerosebuds
cascade bouquet of
$666 stcphanotis' and.. ivy
and was centered with. .1
corsage of yellow and' unite'
carnations. 1971 Chevrolet El CaminoPower

A reieplion was 'held .it the .
Officer's) Clnl) .it Camp Steering. Power" Ur.ikes., \ \ s Kmjine.ulonulit:i : 'I'ransmission. :
HI.Hiding Mrs. C N. Chnslv
and Mis .1. I I D. Sl'y mOil r Clean( As New (One, (Ow ner' ). Light Cirrii.iml I;" Pan
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{ r Mrs. Jeffrey) Jackson kepi the
bride's I hook, and Mis II. 1\1., $2495
? Hatcher. .Ir 1 presented guests
III the mewing( line' l'III11IH'S'el|
( JLSi\ of (he bride and gnmm their
patents.. and. 'biidalaltendanls'I .
'he bride's 'table was 1969 Ford G-500 Coupe
oveied with' a while linen

doth garland edged" (of giernetv with lace At and one I a New While Side \\':ill Ti...(..... V ,s l Iii: ;inr. .\ulom.ilurransmission.i .

11.1111' the' table was a' (luceliiMd Solid \\hiteilh Ulne Interior (Coldir (Conditioiu-i Clean. OneOw
cake vilib :a live founl.iiiimlxlwccii ...
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'Mil- cake was ilci mated wilh $1395
Yellow, 1n.ehuilsaod)' eneirNel 1
with ivy and pompomilusleis ...
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J- 'the (ladle was mi' migemcnl i ( 1973 Kawasaki Motorcycle .350 \
of mixed rail llnueis'I
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will a while, linen Onlx)' :U.'OU' Mlles \'ei \ Clean dud: Sli.up I lake. Newlll 1Vlib.'
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? Season With SupperThe Exchange VowsMiss Mrs. Mikcl G. Denton, brideof chid corsages made from
Miss orchids grown by Mrs.
t August 8, the former
., t tg' Bradford County products have been raised Janel Lenora Titus, Gainesville, organist, Nancy Lee McLarty of William II. Murray.A from the. bride's
Hospital Auxiliary started from 10 cents to 15 cents and a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. presented a program of Memphis, Tenn., was honoredat platter
china was to
their new year with a covered new Coca-Cola machine will Bryce C. Titus, Sr., of Starke, nuptial music. a reception Tuesday, Sept. chosen the presented hostesses
dish supper and meeting be purchased. The price of and Tommy Triest, son of Leon Triest attended his 18, at the Starke Woman's the honoree Debra by Moseley, Mrs.:
Y Monday night in the Methodist Cokes have gone up to 25 centsa Mrs. Inez Triest and the late brother as best man. Ushers Club.A Mrs. Mrs. Jack
Jones, Eddy
Fellowship Hall. can. Thomas Triest of Keystone were Tom and Bryce Titus II, pink and green color Roger ,
Arthur Gaskins, Mrs.
T The dining tables were It was announced that the Heights, 'were united in brothers of the bride. scheme was carried out in the Mrs.
Johns, Mrs. Eldon
decorated in the Fall theme next general meeting will be marriage Friday,Sept.21,at 8 Mrs. Cindy Cummings of decorations.Mrs. John D.and Mrs.
with arrangements placed at held Nov. 26 and the Christmas p.m. in the Morgan Road Lake Butler served as matronof Eldon Hardy[ greeted Hardy( Dudley
: tea will be Dec 14. Church. honor blue at t the door and Hardy,
,' intervals along the long on Baptist Rev. Bob wearing a Navy guests 125
tables. The arrangementswere Members were also given the Cooper performed the nup checked dress trimmed with presented them to receivingline Approximately guests
invited to call betweenthe
on display from the privilege to wear Auxiliary tials. white. She carried a daisy composed of Mrs. John D. were and
Hospital Hospitality shop pant suits while on duty. Highlighting the altar were nosegay. Johns, the honoree, and Mrs. hours of 7:30: 9:30: p.m.
vy ( made by members for sale at Members have been asked to baskets of yellow and white The bride, given in Willie Mae Denton, mother of
the shop. try and enforce the visition carnations, gladioli and marriage by her father, worea the groom. Mrs. Johns Introduced Vickery-Chism/ /
+ Mrs. M. A. Baldwin, hours, 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. A new daisies, and a single can white crepe dress with guests to the
president, conducted the magazine rack has been delabra decorated with baby's chiffon bodice. Her Juliet honoree. Engagement Told
a meeting, when it was announced added to the lobby sitting breath. crown, trimmed with seed The refreshment table was
,, that the project for room. The October board Mrs. Polly Brown of pearls, secured her veil, and covered with a cutwork cloth Mr. and Mrs. Edwin
the year will be to raise fundsto meeting will be held the she carried a white rosebud and centered with an the
announce
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Vickery
!!f l 7 pay for the Bovie Electro- second Thursday instead of DKG Meeting and orchids nosegay.A arrangement of pink and engagement of their daughter,
wShorlene the first it held In the white pompoms, roses and
Surgical Cautery machinethat Thursday as con reception was Debra, to Randall R. Chism
the hospital has purchased flicts with a district meeting. MacclennyAlpha American Legion Post 56 baby's breath, flanked by pink II, son of Mr. and Mrs.
I from the Lake Butler New members voted into building, which was tapers in silver candelabra. Randall R. Chism.
Hospital. The cost is approximately the Auxiliary are: Mrs. Ben Nu chapter of Delta highlighted with baskets of Punch was served from a Wedding plans will be announced
$2600. Holtzendorf, Sr.,Mrs. John W. Kappa Gamma, International yellow and white carnations, silver punch bowl. at a later date.
The Hospitality Shop Griffin, Mrs James R. Society of key women gladioli and daisies. Mrs. Roger Jones Mrs.
and .. .
chairmen, Mrs. L. C. Early Lawson and prospective teachers, met on September The bride's table and punch Debra Moseley Mrs. :z1"1.I"1 >-1>"'"1 .,I"1. ,.,.
,a and Mrs. Kay Baillie, an members, Mrs. Eunice 18 at the Christian Fellowship table were covered with white Dudley Hardy poured punch
nounced the vending machine Searing, Mrs. Linda Temple in Macclenny.The linen cloths edged with lace' and served as floor hostesses.Mrs. Mrs. Carolyn Redgrave and
Hildebran, Mrs. Ruby Hersey inspirational was givenby Mrs. Jackie Titus of Jack Eddy and Mrs. Mrs. Shellie Gerle spent' last
and Mrs Sharon Brewer. Mrs. Tommie Nolin, and Columbus, Ga. cut the cake Arthur Gaskins cut the cake week visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. L. A. Canova the and assisted in and served the guests. Brad Locke and family in
/ Ann Ellington Weds Becky Slemer won Mrs. Lonita McGill presented was serving by
door prize. Mrs. Baillie and information on the scholar- Mrs. Roberta Titus of Starke. Mrs. Mikel Denton and Mrs. Bradenton and Mr. and Mrs.
ChurchSharlene Honored At Mrs. Early were hostesses for ship program of Delta Kappa Miss Brenda Triest sister of Willie Mae Denton wore or Charles Parker in Cocoa.
Mr. Addison/ / Graham the evening. Gamma. the groom, kept the bride's
Linen Shower The program "A Need for book. r
Ann Ellington, The bride, given in UDC NoticeThe Continuing Education,*" was After a wedding to ONCEAYEARSALEATHON
daughter of Air. and Mrs. marriage by her father, worea Miss Becky Siemer, whose presented by Mrs. Lucile South Florida the coupe is r
Leon Ellington of Graham, white taffeta gown overlaid marriage to Mark Patray will Payne Music was provided by residing at Bedford Lake.
and Wayne DeWitt Addison, with traditional organdy lace be an event of Sept. 29, was W. T. Weeks chapter, Mrs. Mona Canova. The The bride is a 1972 graduate
son of Mrs. Dorothy Elouise and long sleeves of sun-kist honored at a linen shower UDC, will meet Wednesday, president, Mrs. Muriel of BUS and is employed at
Addison of Columbus, Ga. and accented with pearl buttons. Monday night given by Miss Oct. 3, at 3:30: p.m. at the Norman, presided at the Guaranty Federal Savingsand
DeWitt Addison of Lake The raised waistline was Cheryl Phillips and Miss Pam home of Mrs. Lester Crews business meeting.Refreshments Loan in Starke.
Butler united in accented with a velvet bow. A with Mrs. Bertha Pearce and served The is graduate of
were Macy at the home of the were groom a *
marriage Friday Sept. 14, at 8 crown of pearls secured her latter. Mrs. Walla Lipsey as co- by the Macclenny mem- Heights High Schoolands Singer zig-zag .II..
p.m. in the Graham Baptist handmade floor length veil of The refreshment table was hostesses.A bership. an electrical contractorin sewing machine .
Church with Rev. John E. illusion. She carried a cascade covered with a lace cloth over Attending from Starke Keystone Heights.

Ross forming, Jr.the? of nuptials.Raiford, per arrangement carnations and of pompoms imported, white blue linen and and green centered flower witha DK Sorority Mrs.were: Kate Mrs. Muriel Sheppard Norman, Mrs., p-...,,....,..,....,..,...,..,.., I no. $1000 f: '

Decorating the altar were English ivy backed with arrangement Met Monday Tommie Nolin, Mrs. Edna tL : 'r.
gold and white arch can wedding lace and miniature The hostesses presented the Alpha Delta Kappa Sororitymet Hart, Mrs. Marilyn Vellenga, Brenda Woodard, Jina Kay .'-1"'" I
delabra holding white tapers seeded pearl hearts and satin Mrs. Cleo Franklin and Kay Turner of 589.95 I
honoree with sheets and pillow Monday night at the homeof Mrs. Evelyn Haney, REG. ; :'
flanked by two gold and white picot streamers.A cases as a memento of the Miss Madge Middleton. A Andrews, Mrs. Adele Mit- North Florida Junior College, The Fashion Mate sewing ;; \-' I'
baskets of white and pink reception was held at the occasion. Show and Tell, chell, Mrs. Maxine Gibson, and Ed Gillispie and Brant J
program machine that does beau-
home of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Turner of Valdosta State a h'
gladioli, lavender mums, pink Eighteen guests attended followed the business meeting Mrs. Lucile Payne, Mrs. Mona '
all-around With
I
Rivers in Graham, grand College spent the weekend job. !
carnations, and imported jade between the hours of 7:30: and led by the president, Lucille Canova, and Mrs. Sue
greenery. parents of the bride. 9 p.m. including the honoree's Payne. Winkler. with Mr. and Mrs. R. V, choice ol stitches, exclu ;+
Mrs. Vernie Thornton, The bride's table was mother, Mrs. Otto Siemer and Refreshments were servedby Turner. sive Singgrdropin front
pianist, provided a program of covered with a lace cloth Mrs. Don Patray, mother of Miss Middleton and Ruth ------ -----. ------- bobbin, snap-on presser
nuptial music. accented with green, with the the bridegroom-to-be. Frazier. feet. In addition, it xv
Wilbur W. Rogers attendedas bridal bouquet as a cen "
sews buttonholes,
best man and Larry Taylorof terpiece. The three layer Thank ..You All sews on buttons, I
,. Starke and Dennis Rogersof wedding cake was topped witha
mends without
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bride and Porter's!
' "Mrs.Raiford Wilbur were ushers.W. Rogers Guests were groom.greeted at the A 1 My many friends of Starke, many thanks for your attachments! t

served her sister as matron of door by Mr. and Mrs. Rivers. HIGHWAY 21: + active support in re-electing me as your city clerk, Carrying case #575 257
honor. She wore a mint green Miss Donna LeFevers of MIDDLEBURGColonial and also keeping your rights in your hands by sale-priced atsie.95
satin gown with an overlay of Graham kept the bride's book. ANTIQUES defeating a change in our that 1
floral sun-kist featuring long Miss Alice Atwood of Starkecut l type government Many other Sale Thon special See them aColeman's !
sleeves, pearl buttons from wedding cake and Miss "J efp CliniC' V would have abolished the city clerk as an elected
top to waist, and neckline Tina Kelley of Law lev o official.This is one of the few rights we have left to
She carried green mums presided at the punch bowl. Lamps elect whom we wish to serve in public office.
backed with Oregon fern and Following a wedding trip to
satin streamers.Mrs. Silver Springs and Six Gun Sewing
Larry Taylor of Territory, the couple is and Chandeliers "1 shall never betray your trust:'
Starke, and Miss Cathy residing on SR-16 East, OUR SPECIALTY Center '
LeFevers of Graham were Starke. F' Your Friend
attendants. Their gowns were The bride is employed as
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identical to the honor at accounting clerk II at the PH. 282-4361 mll,.,. ll t GJwa.ch 138 E. CALL STREET I!
tendant's, except Mrs. Division ot Surplus Propertyin 4
Taylor's gown was in pink and Starke. 4T-1O/18 City Clerk City Of Starke STARKE. FLA'32091 PHONE 904-964-8312 '
lavender. Mr. Addison is employed at M
Miss LeFever's was ..
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Teresa McKinney, daughterof Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Yeager I
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard returned Monday from a two Appearing \
McKinney, was flower girl, weeks visit with friends and
and Joel Ellington, brother of relatives in St. Augustine and
the bride was ring bearer. Miami.NOTICE.

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Mrs. Hamilton Recent Bride, ComplimentedMrs. I

George Hamilton, a The gift table was covered Hamilton
recent bride, was honored at a with a white cutwork cloth and One hundred and twenty..
shower Tuesday night of last centered with a bridal parasol five guests were invited to call
week' given in the First with white pompoms at the between the hours 8 and 10 BALDWIN
Christian Church fellowshiphall. base. p.m. I
Hostesses were Mrs. The refreshment table was
Homer Hart, Mrs. Emory also covered with while
Prevatt, Mrs. Edwin cutwork cloth and centered Tetstone
Williams, Mrs. Charles with a crystal punch bowl Family
Zipperer, Mrs. E. M. Prevatt, encircled with greenery and Plans Reunion Chevrolet Olds
Miss Betty Jane Morgan, Mrs. coral vine. -
Gerald Griffis, Mrs. Virgil Two bridal games were
Jordan, Mrs. Fred Brown, played during the party hours Mr and Mrs. George Tet-
Mrs. Fronie Crews, and Mrs.J. and prizes awarded. stone invite all friends and
C, Brown. The hostesses presented the relatives to a family reunionat ; T Tjhi
Standing In the receivingline honoree with a Better Homes the home of Mr. and Mrs,
were the honoree, her cookbook and corsage as a Otis Tetstone, in Brooker, on OK Used Cars
mother, Mrs Richard C. Solze memento of the occasion. Sunday,Sept.30. AH attending.
and Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton, Corsages were also presentedto are asked to bring a covered 1
mother of the groom, Mrs. Solze and Mrs dish.



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Equipped With Air Conditioning, Automatic Transmission,
: Power Steering Power Brakes, Radio and Heater And All the

ost Fascinatini! : Chrome Molding. Silver Gray and White.

The Worlds IobbEloise'sCeramics

At $3895

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515 Alton Rd. Rhonda Patricia Underhill 1973 Oldsmobile 88 4-Door SedanLight

Weds Wayne BlankenshipThe

9645602Hours Yellow With Saddle Trim, Air Conditioning. Automatic
Reynolds Chapel at Petersburg Beach, Leaton T Transmission Power Steering Power
Camp Blanding was the Morgan III and David Silcox Brakes and Only S.nnn
setting for the wedding of Miss Miss Pam Underhill at- Miles. Super Clean.
Rhonda Patricia Underhilland tended her sister as maid of
Herman Wayne honor. Bridal attendants were $3995
Blankenship on Saturday, Mrs. Maxie Njrton, Mrs.
MONDAY EVENINGS 2:00 TILL 5:00 P.M. Sept. 15, at 8 p.m. with Rev. Craig Padgett, Miss Mary Sue
Bob Cooper performing the Underhill, and Mrs.\ Wayne
MONDAY NIGHTS 7:00: TILL 10:00: P.M. nuptials.The Wynn.

TUESDAY NIGHTSWEDNESDAY 7:00: TILL 10:00: P.M. bride is the daughter of The attendants were 1973 Olds Vista Cruiser i Wagon
Mr. and Mrs. Richard A, dressed alike in chiffon gowns
NIGHTS 7:00: TILL 10.00 P.M. Underhill and the groom is the with apricot bodice, deep Nine Passenger With (You Name It, It's Got It). PowervVindows
son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin orange skirt and standup And All. Dark Brown Paint With Wood Paneling And a Glass Vista
Williams and the late U. collar. The empire waist was Dome Hoof. Only 5,100 Miles Sold New For Over 5900.
Glazes Stain Sprays Herman W. Blankenship. accented with a satin ribbon
Decorating the altar were which tied in back and extended -
Greenware two pedestal baskets of to the floor. The sheer
orange and bronze gladioli, sleeves and bodice, front, $4695
Firing mums, pompoms and were enhanced with ruffles
greenery against a accented with miniature
Gifts background of arch, spiral embroijered fall flowers. 1972 Chevrolet 2DoorAutomatic
and tree candalabra entwined Their eye length veils were Vega
with greenery and holding secured with matching bows
NOW FOR YOUR CERAMICS
PLACE YOUR ORDER
white tapers. A trio can- with seed pearls. They wore Transmission. Air Conditioned And Only 21.000 Miles.
XMAS TREE. A TREE THAT WILL LAST FOREVER delabra was lighted during the silver pearl necklaces a gift
ceremony to symbolize the from the bride and carried One Owner Very Clean.;
two joined together as one in brown wicker baskets filled
God's sight. with yellow, orange and
The Action IsEloise's N' Paul Faulkner, organist, bronze roses carnations and $1995
here ow and Mrs. Vernon Reddish, baby's breath.
'W farStogy soloist, presented a programof Sonya Rau lerson. cousin of
"BY Ing On nuptial music. the bride, was flower girl and
!Ronnie Tomlinson attendedas Chad Reddish nephew of the 1972 Ford Pinto 3-Door

Ceramics -- best man and the ushers groom, was ring bearer.
-- M. Hatcher III The bride, given in
were Harry ,
Automatic Transmission, U.irlioami Heater. While Side Wall Tires.
her father
William M. Meng of St. marriage by wore
an empire gown of white (One Owm-r. Dark. Blue With Dark. HI no Vin>'l 'I'op.
. . . . . . . . . .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- ..-. .- -- -- organza graced with imported
sequined chantilace. The
(fitted lace-adorned bodice
featured a high neckline and $1895
!!' full bishop( sleeves. Her A-line
silhouette skirt which was

decorated edged with with sequins Chantilace and 1971 Ford Pinto 2-Door Coupe

satin ribbon swept into a
J"Lfct; cathedral train She wore an
and Air ti>iulitiomn j. AIohiiKKa :
opal necklace and earrings a Hig Kntfine.: rltilinhtlie'l'ran'mission I \ >
GROUPOF gift of I lie groom) Her : : 'e K.it'K On Top.Vr>' Sharp Little C.ir.
,,I I ingcrlip! veil was !secured to awhile
Slacks juliet cap decoratedwith
imported( cluiiitiKicc/ mill
REG. S1OOOendofmonth sequins. She earned a $1795
cascade bouquet| of while
S 666 rosebuds+ stephanotis/ and ivy
and+t was centered with a
corsage of yellow) and while
carnations.A 1971 Chevrolet El Camino
reception was hold Lli I the

(Officer's lilanding.\) Mrs.Club C at N. Dimly Camp. Power Slfcring:, 1'iwer" Uraki's. VS:; Kniritu1.: AtitnMi.ituTr.m. "

and Mrs. .1. I). Seymour sl1Ii,,!>>inl1, (Clean, As New ((Out* Ov\ ner1.1) Light; (Jn-eii;' :.mil Tan.
greeted, guests al the door
Mrs..Irffrty Jacksnnkepi thebride's I
limit, and Mrs.. II. M.Hatcher. $2495
Jr. presented guests
to lhe receiving( line composedof )
tin bride and groom.( Iheir
/Ak l>;trcntsjiml brutal attendants 1 1
The bride's I table/ WilS 1969 Ford G-500 CoupeNew
covered) with awhile hum
clolli edgctl( with) Im'I'11111 a i
[ gnrlanil: of greenery( Al I one White, Siile Wall Tires. V :S; l''Miine.: .\utoin.ilic' 'rraiisiuiNsu'n.

viol I of, I Ibe I.i Mr was a 1 Ihrcoln'icil Solid WhiU1 With Ulue Interior, I'ol.lir (I'niulilioner. (Clean\ One)
coke with /it live 1'foini"
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Post Office Dept. Recognizes Rotary Governor Visits KeystoneDr. t
<
CP8(0CP 8 9JUj Monitor As Bonafide NewspaperThe Paul Mori, Rotary in the U. S. Navy, is a memberof
Cancer
Governor for District 694, was the American
Lake Region Monitorhas The news must be valid and the honored guest at the Society and has received
Meeting Held Joint Birthday Party been recognized by the be of particular interest to Keystone Rotary Club many honors for his researchin

U.S. Postal Service as a bona readers in the local served by recently. the cancer field.
Home
Home
At Brown
Monday Barry Given At and granted a Dr. Mori was entertained
the Also the
fide newspaper paper. paper Dr. Mori has been a Rotarians at the home of
Gamma Theta chapter of presented by Mrs. C. W. Dale Brown, who was 4 on joyed by the 25 youngsters second class mailing must Interest serve the community's readersas Rotarian for 16 years and was ty Col. and Mrs. Jim Chessington
Beta Sigma Phi met at "The Slade, Mrs. Gene Cox and Sept. 18, and Kim Brown, who attending. They were also privilege.This to the, by' events informing of interest president of the South Thursday evening at an in-
Magic Needle"at the home of Mrs. Grady Overstreet. was 6 on Sept. 20( celebrated given party favors occured September 10 occuring in coverage; area. Jacksonville Club in 196465. formal club assembly.
Mrs. A. J. Barry Monday, The hostess, Mrs. ArthurPa their birthdays jointly last The refreshment table was after 18 issues. He served as a medical officer
Sept. 24, where each member tray, and co-hostess, Mrs. Wednesday afternoon when covered with a party cloth and
received individual in- Philip Nichols, served their mother, Mrs. Dale centered with a birthday cake This permits the Monitor to To qualify. fora second class Realtors Hear to sub- permit, a must meet
structions in needlepoint. refreshments. Brown, gave a party for themat decorated with lavender mail newspapers paper ,
their home on SR16. florets. scribers as second class criteria established by the it was organized.
Tickets for the Oct. 6 dance, Post Office S.E. McKay of McKay
The party was held in the Assisting were Mrs. matter, a reasonable mailingcost. Department. They
After the regular meeting! a the "Owl Prowl", are Realtor Keystone Heights
must at least 25 cent
Florida which McRae Mrs. Nora Before this permit is carry per the Board's
,
program on literature was available from members.Mr. room was Dewayne at BradfordClayCounty Mr. McKay was
decorated with balloons. Cason, and Mrs. Ronnie obtained it costs publishers 4.8 news copy and less than 75 per spoke Board of l Realtors first president and held that
cent ad
Games with prizes were en- Thomas. cents a copy to mail to each copy. indoctrination course for new office six other terms.
Brooker subscriber but after the 18 in
Baptist!! associates September ------------
second class permit is issued, The Monitor is published by Park.
- - - - Orange
Revival StartsSeptember and Mrs. H. B. Frazeeof the postage is determined by the Bradford County McKay, a charter memberof "Nowadays a lucky coin is
Ocala were last Wednesday the pound weight. Telegraph on Thursdays. the organization, gave an any coin you still have."
30 visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. PINE LEVEL BAPTIST Roping Club Wants early history of the Board and
Caldwell.Mr. CHURCH 4 miles West of -
Revival services will startat Starke, Highway 100: More Participation
the Brooker Baptist Churchon and Mrs. R. O. Dansbywere
Sunday morning, Sept. 30, in San Antonio, Texas Sunday School, 10; Morning The Roping Club Horse
Show Is held first and
followed by a covered dish last week visiting their son Worship 11; Sunday teen choir every MR ONLY 44
dinner. Fried chicken will be and family, 1st Lt. and Mrs. practice 5 p.m. i, Sunday third 7 Saturday. night startingat

furnished by the church and Mickey Dansby. training hour 6; Sunday p.m.Everyone is invited to come b r '
everyone is welcome to at- evening worship 7 p.m. m -
tend. Robbie Barksdale was Wednesday evening Worship and participate as a rider, or th C.4" ry
as a spectator. A special effortis
Services will be held at 7:30: ( readmitted to Shands 7:30: ( ; Choir rehearsal 8:30: T o
made to cater to children
Hospital Wednesdayof ,
p.m. nightly through October Teaching \ o
especially those living in '
6 with Dr. Paul Meigs as last week for further p.m.Thursday visitation 7pm. 'r8xl0
evangelist. Song service will treatment for injuries Nursery open for all services Bradford County.
Those who need
be led by Lavern Outlaw, Sr. A received in an automobile help in
nursery will be provided for accident the early part of One service could change getting fairgrounds their may horses call to Gene the L .$;L :

the convenience of parents.Jehovuh' summer. your life. Underhill at 964-8713, or
John Strickland, pastor
;
WitnessesSet Mr. and Mrs. John An- Gary Wheeler, youth pastor. Tommy Reames, president, at
964-5057. Portrait f*
derson of Callahan spent the Parsonage Telephone 964-
Membership fee in the club
weekend with Mrs. Myrtle
Conference !9407) ( Church 964-6-190.(
Anderson.Dr. is. $5 per year, and persons
interested in becoming No Appointment Necessary Plus 5Qc Film Charge

Representatives of the and Mrs. D. W. Whiffen members may call the above Full Selection of Poses LIMITi, 1 Pet Person -1 P.r Family
Starke congregation, were guests of Dr. and Mrs. ABOTIiSERVICE numbers. The club sponsors Additional Sublets| $3.95
Jehovah's Witnesses, will Armando Valdes in Tampaover NEWS several cookouts and trail No Age LimitAll Croup 1.59 Per Person
participate in a two-day the weekend while Mrs. rides during the year, and new Work Guaranteed
Ministers Conference, Sept. Whiffen attended the members are needed, with
29-30, at the Lake County executive board meeting of MEN new ideas.
Fairgrounds building in the Florida Optometric "We ask you to join and
Eustis, according to Willie E. Auxiliary. support this worthwhile Never Before At This Price
McCollum presiding ministerof sport," President Reames

the local group. Mrs. J. G. Jackson and Mrs. says. "Trophies are given in
Highlights of the meetingwill Earl Cook spent the first of each event every fourth ride
include a public address, the week with Mrs. Bessie Y ., night. Come and enjoy the fun Wards
"Act Wisely as the End Draws Epperson and family in with us, and watch all the Montgomery
Near", on Sunday, Sept. 30, at Chicfland. horses perform
2 p.m., by Charles Sinutko, w 353 N.TEMPLEAVE.
district director for Jehovah's Mrs. Gladys Weldon was ll "You should l.arn from the STARKE. FLA.Oct.5&6Fri&Snt.
Witnesses in Florida, Georgia, visiting her son and family, mistakes of others. You can't
and Alabama; and ordination Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Weldon, in live long: enough to make all
ceremonies for new ministers
Macclenny on Sunday. of them yourselfDaleHoldridge
added to the group in the last 1 10-1
PHOTOGRAPHERS
HOURS
The LangfordS.D.
six months.All 2-
sessions are open to the Little Amy Adams of ( .) Bugle.
public with free admission Athens, Ga. spent Friday to
and no collections taken Wednesday with her grand-
-- -- - -- --
according to McCollum. A parents, Dr. and !Mrs. H. H.
peak attendance of 3,000 is Adams, while her parents
expected.Mrs. were attending a conventionat

Jekyl Island. t Dinette Price-Break !

Mrs. B. J. Eggers and Mrs.A. .
J. Eggers and son of
Ella Moody visited her Jacksonville were last
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Thursday visitors of Mr. and
and Mrs. C. H. Fink, in Green Mrs. Tullie Norman.
weekend.Cove Springs over the KEITH TETSTONENaval LUXURIOUS DINETTES, FOR $ 95..7 PC. GROUPS!

Mrs. J. C. Brown, Jr., Mrs.
Gerald Griffis and Mrs. Hospitalman Apprentice -
Mr. and Mrs. F. V. Herlongof Charles Zipperer of the First Keith M. Tetstone,
Jacksonville were Sunday Christian Church attended an son of Mrs. Mildred Tetstone,
supper guests of Mrs. W. F. annual "Women's Retreat" at 709 S. Westmoreland Street,
Herlong.Mr. the North Florida Christian was recently meritoriously
Service Camp in Keystone advanced from Seaman
and Mrs. David Heights Sept. 14 and 15. Over Recruit to Seaman Apprenticewhile 1
Christopher and daughters of 110 women attended the in training at Recruit mUCHESi) i '' r
Fitzgerald, Ga. were weekend retreat from Christian Training Command at
visitors of her parents, Mr. Churches in the North Florida Orlando He compiled a 4.0
and Mrs. C. L. Dinkins. area. The theme was "ThingsAre military average out of a .
Different Now," with possible 4.0 score.
Mrs. W. H. Hart, Mrs Dora Mrs. Maxine Fream of Keith is now specializing in
Beasley and Mrs. Shi Smith, Shreveport, La. as speaker.Mrs. EKG at Naval Hospital Corps J
Jr. spent Friday to Tuesday in Betty Gray of Tampa led School in San Diego, Calif. _
New Orleans where they the group in songs.
attended the funeral of a ashe /r l
nephew, John Jenks. Mrs. A. J. Eaves attendedthe CAMP LEJETJNE. N. C. ? frht4
Girl Scout camp director'smeeting Sept. 12 Marine PFC. Ar- .:
Mrs. Rhoda Dampier was Jacksonville thur V. Norman, son of Mrs. ,
the weekend guest of Mrs. Tuesday. Faye Barnhill of 4510( ; _
Pauline Sears and Mrs. Cra wf ordville Road :i
Montine Barnes in Ocala and Tallahassee, a member of the r
attended the Missions Fair at Eighth Communications + s' 1 1e
the Central Christian Church. Battalion here, has left for a ,
six-week deployment to the
;
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Firth Mediterranean. Scheduled _, w Ji
returned Sunday from a three port visits include Athens .

weeks tour of Spain Moroccoand Greece,and Barcelona, Spain. ._ 4JJ lif4
Lisbon, Portugal.

Mrs. Cary Smith and Fl}

daughter, Mary Catherine, of '' ,
Jacksonville were Sunday
afternoon visitors of Mrs F. J.
,
Shaw.
PRE-TEEN SIZES

Mr. and Mrs. Homer i
Stearns were visiting !

relatives in Williston Sunday. ; ".

Seaman Vincent St. John of <
Port Canaveral was home for
the weekend and the family . .
celebrated William St. John's
19th birthday.

Local admittances to '

Bradford County Hospital this Y v..
week include: Richard Merry, r1'L'
Waldo; Granville Wright,
Melrose; Mrs. Virginia } t,
Grizzell and Mrs. Lavenia

Lamoreaux Keystone I a0 Three years ago researchers Inlaid Oval 36x48x60 in. Table Bronze ToneAvocado, or Blacklegs
Heights; Curtis Muse and shoe
began to investigate the SIMILAR TO ABOVE SET '
Mrs. Betty Parrish, Raiford; NEW LOOK-Cotton cordu filling problems the important +
Mrs. Dovie Hogan, Hampton; roy turns chameleon for fall preteen 7 to I 11 year old >
Mrs. Swinton Crosby, Wor- taking on the look of flannel. age group. The researchers WE'VE OFFERED YOU BIG VALUES IN DINETTES BEFORE
thington Springs; RichardLee Here it's smartly adapted to reported a void in the proper WITH FEATURES
Jr., Mrs. Eva Gentry, one-piece bib hijackers witha suing far this group BUT NEVER ANYTHING LIKE THIS I THE WIDE RANGE

Foy Clark, Mrs. Robbie zip-front checkerboardtopper. At ages 7 lu 11 girls move YOU'VE SEEN OF STYLES THE SPLENDID DETAILS. ARE REALLY
Nichols, !Mrs. Jimmie Teems Designed by Alli from child' size 4 into a
James McDaniel and Harold son's Closet. White Stag'snew woman'n a size 5'/4.' "A child' ON DINETTES UNHEARD OF AT A PRICE SO LOW

Shelden Starke. junior division. foot in still growing rapidly AND EVERYTHING WIPES CLEAN WITH DAMP CLOTH! 95
------------------ -- the adolescent
during early PRICED $119! $99
"
yearn, nays Charles Smith,

WEDNESDAYNIGHT Kinney'a expert

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FISHSPECIAL THEBRADFORD

COUNTY TELEGRAPH
Published every Thursdayat isf
'v 138 W. Call Street
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INCLUDES<:: : CHOICE OFPOTATO Subscription Rates: .. 964-5827
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Bowen Injured. ******************* Gelling Hack To Nature I

(From Page 1)) (From Page 1)) -0.. .
'"
), Rock Cily Gardens Provides Inspiring] Selling
challenger Charles Hardy telephone pole and a fire
1,048 10483.On the same ballotan -"( '- hydrant. 1 LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN, GA a simple solution. Walking Viewing the naturally formed
amendment to the city j Both vehicles were totaled; :n .,.C0..01- 'Listen-, and the flowers will along the flagstone paths and rocks is an intriguing exper
charter which would have ,,f the accident is still under Please leave viewing the towering trees and ience. As the trail winds
created an appointive city j" I "'" investigation by Claude C v whisper them untouched a prayer.for others to colorful flowers Is a fascinatIng through nooks and crannies,
manager post and eliminatedthe : ,, }J1' Hardce. hear This courteous greet experience In itself. !the visitor feels almost like an
elective city clerk's post J... --r Three other separate ac- By InR is placed on a sign In the The closeness to nature that intruder.But .
was also defeated J95 to 477. ., 1 ,' cidents occurred Sept. 20-23 Atona111arcltant'' entrance of Rock City Curdens the visitor feels is totally in- he Is most certainly not,
The city manager was opposed ,: "'- reporting no injuries: # \ \ located on historic describable, oven after considering for the scenic wonderland is
by both Edwards and : A 1971 Chevrolet driven by Lookout Mountain near Chat the fact that Rock designed especially for his in
Hardy. InnooRii, Tenn. City is one of the top twelve dulgence.
Louise Burch, Madison, was
The Fighting Tornadoes tied Machine" playing. The dance most frequented travel attrac- Mountain moss follows the
.. backing into a parking space the score 14-14 with Buchholz starts at II p.m? lasts until 12 Though It would take n tions In the United States. trails along, clinging generously
Edwards will begin his : : and hit a 1973 Sedan owned by Bobcats last Friday night on p,m. with $2 admission per dreamer to actually hear the Plush mountain laurel end a to smooth rock formations -
eighth term as clerk and is r Clara Fay Hazen, Lake touchdowns made by Ronnie person prayers supposedly uttered by variety of rhododendrons cover and accenting; the kaleidoscope
now the senior city political rfiCOVERUPCuffed Buller, on the left rear; the ]Hall. the varied species of beautiful the sides of the trails with ) of flowers nativeto

figure. ':" .t. sedan was parked. The accident The BHS Pep Club got up flowers, the In serenity the rock gained wonderlund glistening beauty. the area.
Two Starke councilmen ;"' ;II occurred Sept. 20 on and showed their spirit duringFriday's ATTENTION ALL from merely bcMnR near one ornl1lure's In May and early June tourists Wild azaleas and day lilies
Call Street at 12:58: ,m. The are awed by the flowers'enchanting
p and prolifically In carefully
Chairman SOPMOMOKES:
Jimmy Mcltae, I'.J Pep Rally : most !generous: olferinss grow
-- Chevrolet had $150 worth of beauty. Hoveringover the trails.
of
shouted at the ball !!! p'arned sections
Group 2, and Councilman game is gratifying. the paths are massive
Vernon Silcox, Group 4, were pant damages.A Sedan driven We all need spirit like the Pep Glenda Epps is running for In nn em when man I is! cles white pines and hemlocks, But the flowers, trees, and
fall
styles crop up this in 1970 by diverse rock formations are
Club. Vice-President
re-elected without opposition of the petalely seeking to net buck providing welcome shade in
fashions for the young, Bobby Lee Sparks of Brooker of nature's wholeIn
very only a part
,
in the first primary kepi 11. Sophomore class. She would to nature. Rock City provides! summer months.
too. They turn up here on struck a 1973 Ford driven by this Inspiring setting
all of
Chairman RIcKae appreciate voles!
will
begin your - - - --- - -
blended cotton knit kiddy- Cleveland Morris, in the right --
his fourth term and Silcox his ails complete with pocketsand

second an all-cotton zip-front.turtleneck Underneath body is rear.through Morris decided a yellow\ was to light coming when out.The tonight The Juniop against Varsity Orange plays Parkin Last Saturday, Speech and r-Giant-Sale! Giant Savings!
pull
Sparks Park. Even if the Drama
GO; 'l'or"lIIJf suit for added comfort. Both Orange classes went to
accident caused $275
is help support our Jacksonville to
Carter's.Vegetable game
by away University a
worth of damages to the Ford JV team we don't want the Speech Workshop organizedby ON FAMOUS HUDSON VITAMIN PRODUCTS :
and $150 to the sedan. The JV Cheerleaders doing all of Mrs Fuller for the Speech
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T0-T1:1;; accident occurred Sept 23 on the work do we JV? Their next District _
SH-16 at 12IS: pm game is October 4 against They had a talk by Mrs. I I
I 1. 1 A 1965 Oldsmobile driven by Buchholi. Weeks on the fundamentals of VITAMIN E VITAMIN E H004V VITAMIN E

Plants For Fall Fertilizer Teresa Mae Ilerndon was Varsity's next game is debate. Then, after an 400 I.US 200 I.US (Eguiv to 19 0001 CREAM.U 1HHOUNCI
headed north on Water Street 00 CAPSUIE9' 'ooCAPSuLEJ ONE A DAY PLUS IRON)
tomorrow night against St. exhibition of a debate team, )1
'100YACU( ) \ET<)
1 TRAY .59 GROTONE in Sta rke making a left turn on Augustine in St.. Augustine at 8 they split up into groups to
WEED AND s Call\ Street when a 1973 Ford p,m. We will show St. learn more about debate. $495 $295 $139 $350 $595
driven by Victoria Dean Gray
FEED FOR Augustine Mho is boss on the They also learned different
I Rye CENTIPEDEG cut in front of her. The accident field when w c shake 'em up!! speech activities and different I ree.'650 rei.')" rei.'175 rei.'SM rei.'850
of
YI caused $5M( ) worth kinds of interpretations
AND ST damage to the !Ford and $300 I I II
ANIMATES SINUGEN ADAVITE-M/ ccolocv
AUGUSTINE to the Oldsmobile. The accident -
5 rass$1, 85 LAWNS occurred Sept. 22 on There will be a dance this Don't forget to pay your I (Equiv to PALS) (Equiv, SINUTABS) (EquIV 10 ROSE IIIPS
THERAGRAN M
SEED COVERS North Water Street at 5:30: Saturday night at the National FBLA dues of $3 before Oct. I IOOTARLEfI, 100TAB1ET; OOTABII', ) (VITAMIN's,JAallI C)
50LB. $,14 .95 25OO SO FT .t II p.m. Guard Armory with "Peace IK Just because you did not """'C. "'''Me.

I ONLY $C.9S: I II come mean to that the you meeting still can't, doesn't join. I $169 $295 $32.9 $250 $395 I

GROTONE I Trials Get that money !in!! I '195 $3'0 $3f5 'J5O 'SOl I
I GROTONE PELLETSGREEN . (From Page 1)) The results of the District rei. rei. rei. rei. rei.
HARD I
:: WITH MINOR ELEMENTS state prisoner to aggravated be heard on a "pleas docket" follows representatives are as SUPER U-COMPLCX SLEEP FLAVORCEE

HARDENS ., I I f DEAL I LAWN AND assault and assault with intentto day set Oct. 5. A jury will be District: I: Brenda Thom- I 4"tI"r"'t I'LUSIHOH TABLETS ,NEWAs1E.ennI
GARDEN FOOD murder. empaneled now only which a Golden (Equiv loMITCHUM) ( '1pp1AB1f'G
pkins Alvaughn Equiw toNVTOL
ALL PLANTS )
'OOtAOI IT' ,
Two other inmates have scheduled. I
1 ONLY I II trial is Rodney Holland and Deborah 1 OZ. '1OO TABLE 5MI 1ME
AND TREES' $3.85 requested a change of plea number of cases
& The large
I TO PROTECT-_ 'J ONLY and will be heard on Oct. 5. pending trial now indicatesthat Bright.District 11: Sonja Biggs. I $139 $179 $159 75c $1Z5 I
They are Willie B. Brown, October will be a very
FROM THE Golden IdealFertilizer District III: There will be a reg.g.tl'0Saving's
COLD charged with possession of a busy month in circuit court run-off between Jan Searle rei.'165 fegs2TS rei.'1'5 rei. 9Sc
by a state will be needed
weapon prisoner and that juries and Matthews this
50 LB. $0.85 and James Jackson, charged during the weeks of October 8, Develyn
4.7.5 2.09 with assault with intent to Friday.
** 15, and 29.During
I ONLY District IV: Chuck !Notion:
murder plus possession of a the session Monday, and Debbie Scott, & Service
10-10-10 weapon. Asst. State Attorney Harris .
t $2.29t District V Reddish
USE ORTHO SO LB BAG : Tommy
Twenty-nine persons Tobin served as prosecutorand
t VOLCK OIL t tt decided Monday to change the defense attorneyswere and District Jeff McKae.VI Vorcse Patrick : At
SPRAY NOW Fresh Fall their pleas rather than face Asst. Public Defenders : t
o.Two and Lewis.
t t tt trial. These cases were Jeff Barker and W C. AirthCKUlUBCATniEK Christy
The results of class
.I. PT .98 transferred to the change of
,
t M.P. VegetahleSeed.. pleas docket to be heard Oct. ., Senators: : KOCH'SDRUGwhere :
12th Grade Pete Puckett.
.: :
,
OT .59 Now In Stock 5.
t $1 Tim Crews and Pam Ke>burn.
"Docket day, held Monday -

:I schedule is designed circuit to expediteand court Kim 11th Hodges Grade: Suzan and Janice!Macy. : YouV ill Find Senior Citizens Discount Plan :

: We Spread Fertilizer Onion Sets proceedings. Instead of Davis
r 4 Grade Debbie
t Give Us A Call 59c lb. cases simply setting to be a tried number con of y Douglas 10th Lewis :Cooper and t Free Delivery &: Charge Accounts II t


t t secutively defendants, change then have their many plea Sharon Freddie Hth> Grade Bell.Crosby: Jimmy and Prevail.Beth I: 964-6757 166 W. Call St. StarkeEffective I:

GARDEN' to guilty thus wasting a juror's Davis I n. 1
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EST
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V ONTROL : and those defendants who
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I August Property Sales Reach $767,2OOAugust


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$20,000. Louie Bell Crosby grantees, a Walter B. Babcock Jr., and !
$17,000. E. Osborn, grantees, a parcelof
Land Sales reacheda Glen B. Crawford and land for $18,200. Gene D. Adams and EmmieK. parcel of land right-of-way of Verna Jean Babcock, gran- morgasbord

high of $767,200 in Bradford Marlene R. Crawford, Leslie K Childs and Jose M. Adams, grantors, to W, T. US301. Griffis and E. L. tors, to Glen B. Crawford,
County $376,102 more than grantors, to Edward M. Childs, grantors, to Robert C. Lowe and Ann Lowe, grantees Martha grantee, one lot in Crystal
last sales of two lots in Indian Beachfor Griffis, grantors, to John Lake Homesites for 2000.
year's August Powell{ and Janet M. Powell, Sheppard and Mary D.
Griffis and Ira EAT"
391198. grantees a parcel of land for Sheppard,grantees, 3.90 acres $29,000.() Edwin Jane Baker II. Bailey and Jessie "ALL YOU CARE TO
Largest transaction in $35,000. right-of-way of SR-100 for Lake Properties Inc. Griffis. grantees( 2.0 acres of K.Bailey, grantors, to Glen B.
August was the$97,300 sale for William P. Ford and $20,000. grantors, to Allan L. Simmonsand North Orange Street for Crawford, grantee one lot in FACILITIES
176.8 acres near Brooker from Mildred C. Ford grantors, to Verna Lee Smith, grantor, Faye D. Simmons, $$4,000()() Andrews and Elizabeth Crystal Lake Homesites for BANQUET

Ruby Waldron, Fred Waldron, Wayman P Dowdy and GraceT. to E. W. Hodges Jr., grantee, grantees, two lots of S.Guy Andrews, grantors to 1000. ** ** * ***
Cliff Kelley Flora Kelley, for Smokerise, for 2300. Francis W Funk and
Dowdy, grantees,40.7 acres two lots of Brooker $3,800. A. and Lillie Mae
Theo Dyal L. L. Dyal, Lavan for $41,000. Mary Lois Hutton, grantor, Town House Enterprises of Rufus Riley three lots of Doreen Funk grantors, to COCKTAILSSummer
A. Kelley Louise Kelley, Joseph A. Stein and Toni G. to Lois R. Smith and Willa Florida, Inc. grantors, to{ Riley, grantees Subdivision for Leonard K. Whitehead and
Letha Persinger, T. E. Per- Stein, grantors, to FrederickM. Jean Smith, grantees, 13 acresof Kiert Sundusadee and E. W. Hayes Belle Whitehead, grantees, hours
singer, Odessa Hall, Arthur Jablonski, grantee, two Woodlawn for $17,800. Suthilak Sundusadee, grantees 6000. two parcels of land on
Hall. Louise Harrison, Paul lots in Crystal Lake George F. Wolfred, Jr. and one lot of Taskins Addition Charles R. Shuford, Lakeview Drive for 3500. 11AM-2:30PM & 4:30PM-8:30PM: Mon Sat
Harrison Arthur Kelley, Jean Homesites for $2,700. Lydia C. Wolfred, grantors, to for $25,000. grantor; to Millard M. Jordan Donald E. Champion and 11:30AM 8:30PM on SUNDAY
Kelley, Steve Kelley, Maxine Boree Painting and Norman G. Marlow and Melba E. Williams, grantor, and Barbara J. Jordan, Lorraine Louise Champion,
Ronald Adams L. C. to Calvin Rodney and Eleanor grantees, a parcel of land eastof grantors, to R. V Durranceand
Kelley, Decorating Inc., grantors, to Luella G. Marlow, grantees,
Kelley and Annette Kelley, Thomas W. Osborn and Mary one lot in Saratoga Heights for Rodney, grantees, four lots in Seaboard Coast Lines for Ann Durrance, grantees, FEATURING EVERY WEEK-END
grantors, to John A. Torode Temple's Addition, for$17,800. $2,000.( six lots of Temple's Additionfor
and S. G. Denmark, grantees, Joe W. Jones and Barbara $14,000.
of Starke. Emory D. Eunice and Sarah II. Jones, grantors, to Robert Bennett L. Wilkison and Friday-Alaskan King Crab Claws

Second largest transactionwas FLORIDA Frances Eunice, grantors, to R Ledford and Maureen Lorraine Wilkison, grantors,
the $90,000 sale for 2,917 WILDLIFE Samuel H. Eunice, grantee, Curry Ledford, grantees, one to Octavian Nicula and Vera Saturday-Steak
acres which is 14 sections of one acre in Woodlawn for lot in Crystal Lake Homesites Nicula, grantees, two lots in
Bradford County from W. 6000. for $1,300. Lawtey for $5,000. Sunday-Turkey & Dressing

Hogan Smith, Lewis W. Smith COMMINTS ON TMI.. OUTDOORS u Ernest Allen and Opal E.
and Edna L. Smith, grantors, Allen, grantors, to Glen B.
to Thomas Smith, grantee, of Crawford grantee, a parcel of IlIIIILi111Isda ,co
Bradford County. *, By land of N. J. Jones' Additionfor DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home ire ,.
Prices of transactions are ... .. ( Or O. E. Frye.Jr. $7,000.\ I

figured from documentary tax .f Director, Martha Sue McCain, 0C.0Sweden sAe/
affixed to deeds filedin STARKE
stamps P- e grantor, to Lois Tenton C; 1P
the county clerk's office. /d.,4;-- Bullington, grantee, one lot of
GAME AND FRESH WATER FISH COMMISSION Phona 96 -6Z00 House
Listed are sales of $1,000 II
,-' :::. Butler Court for $16,000. \oC.e 1J 'oeoa/
and over:
Warren James Lang, Rental
N
Maitland Whitehead and to R. M. and |L.
grantor, Centry aaluIH/IIa
Beds Walkers Wheel Chairs & Crutches
Hospital ,
Doris R. Whitehead, grantors, TALLAHASSEEInJanuary Governor in 1897 while the Ruth F Centry, grantee, two
to James Ronald Lawson and the Game and Fresh county sheriff served as fish lots in Crystal Lake KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 2400 S.W. 13th St. at llvns. GarcUii

Linda J. Lawson, grantees, Water Fish Commission celebrated warden. In 1899 the sale of Homesites for $6,000. 376-8257
one lot in South Gate Replatfor its 30th birthday at an venison was prohibited with William Petton Saundersand Phone 473-3176 Gainesville, Flu.

$3,000. and Mattie official meeting in Talla- the person furnishing the evidence Ailien Saunders, grantors ttjitttumitteffttttrrrrfrrrf rrrrrrf fffff-p*"*'
Julian B. Brown
to Gilbert Q. Crosby and
B. Brown, grantors to Lamar hassee. In my opinion, the of game violations
C. Bevill, grantee 28 acres in mere fact this agency is in receiving from one-fourth to
Woodlawn for $24,000. existence is a testimonial to three-fourths of the fine.
Charles E. Knight and the forward thinking of out It became obvious to the
Sarah Knight grantors to door enthusiasts from years Legislature in 1913 that the A SAVE TO

George W. Ricks and BarbaraJ gone by. Though I have not existing manner of establishing LOW .
Ricks, grantees, a parcel of been with the Commissionsince regulations was less OFF OUR LOW, cram.S

land for 1000. its birth In my 27 years than desirable. The result wasa DISCOUNT PRICES!
W. C. Barnes and Joan
around here, however, I have law establishing state MILLION DOLLAROVERSTOCK :
Barnes, grantors, to Dovie L.
Durham grantee, two{ parcelsof seen considerable progress In ownership of game and fish I
land right-of-way of SR-18, all our conservation efforts.To and a Game and Fish Com

for 1300. fully appreciate our mission as the regulating !
Gloria Starling and Paul progress though, it is necessary body. The same law repealedall SALE

Starling, grantors to{ Julia to go back even farther local game laws, established -
Anne Davis grantee one lot than 1943 when the Com a license structure and

of Robert M. Smith's Sub- mission was established as we various regulations, Includinga SATURDAY

division Edgar for Burrell$12,100 and Frances know it today. bag limit of 500 quail per THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND

Burrell, grantors, to Frank H. Even before statehood, day. Being somewhat less eZ h v' ', I
Brown, Jr., and Dorothy H. Floridians began to recognizethe than adequate, the Commission .
Brown, grantees, a parcel of necessity for hunting and was abolished in 1915.
land right-of-way of SR-200 for fishing regulations. In 1828 a Between 1915 and 1922,
$1,800. law was enacted prohibitingfire sportsmen were again faced 1

Peter D. Johnson and LillyJ. hunting west of the with a rash of confusing local

Johnson, grantors, to C. M. Suwannee River, and later laws that varied from countyto ts4 o a.ioS'
Varnes and Louise Varnes. that year was extended to county. In 1923 the Com 0 iaA 0 MEM'S v ., I I' I Iop
grantees, one lot of A. L. include the entire Territoryof mission was reestablishedand 0 t' FAMOUS MAKER t

Alvarez Addition for $7,000. Florida. The first fishing lasted for ten years onlyto /' DRESS PANTS d ; d
James L. Patterson and regulation was enacted In be abolished again and 1111
to ;1St.. ,: 110
Vivian Patterson ,
grantors hIFV90UANTLa
Francis G. Armstrong and 1832, requiring licenses to placed under the Cabinet, I.,.", 1SA
take salt water fish and sitting as the State Board of
Arbutus Armstrong, grantees, SAVE 71-
-70
VIE :& :& _
a parcel of land north of SR- turtles. A bounty was placedat Conservation.{ This procedurealso l t i' S election/ of 4-ROLL PACKAGE ONE QUART CAN
225 for $25,000.F $4.00 for grown and $2.00 proved undesirable, and SAYE 20
)
Brooks Herman, grantor, for young wolves in the same in 1935 the agency was ester blends.colorspo.' MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS CHARMIN TOILET TISSUE EAGLE MOTOR OIL ND 40.30 W

to Harry L. Wheeler and divorced from the Cabinet Perman.nl; r ,
Marjorie L. Wheeler, grantees year.The first fresh water and a five member Commis- press Superb E 1 1 ED r 1tdj'
14.21 acres north of fishing law recorded In our sion re-established. In 1941 ly tailored of a
.
SR.229 for $44,000... state was passed in 1855 and the State Constitution was the finest fabrics Our Drr..nr Ida. W.. .44' Our DI.....!Pile., oAs > 34e' 0. ah....,Pri., .w., -." --
the No.
Elmer Williams and Joyce by
Bradley, grantors, to George prohibited non-residents amended to provide for the %' y tion's I No. 1 65% polyester, 35% cotton Hand. d seen on TV. Squeetobly Eagle' premium non detergent oil.
H. Hand and Millie M. Hand, seining in Leon and Jefferson Game and Fresh Water Fish 'I maker. 2842. somelytador.d.14Y.17.5.M.LXL. soft Charmin in many colors Selected pure virgin, crudes.
grantees, one lot of Woodlawn Counties. A variety of laws Commission. The 1941 act ,
were enacted between 1855 carried a referendum clause
lor 1600. SAVE Carl L Nibert and Janice H. and 1877 with a few of the and in 1942 was ratified by / MEN'SSPORTSMAN
1 GALLON
Nibert, grantors to Howard most notable being the establishment the voters of the state and MEN'S MEN'S COTTON MURIATIC cr t
C. Kerry and Delores Kerry, of a September 1 became effective on January AMOUS MAKER POCKET WATCH
grantees one lot of Lincoln WALK SHORTS1) ? R T-SHIRTS ACID
through April 1 deer hunting 1,1943.
City for 3000. season; a penalty of one hourin Obviously there have been E rr f1r r -

and R. M.Margaret Crosby Nick E. Crosby Crosby,, the pillory or 39 stripeswas many conflicts regarding conservation > > n

grantors, to Frank Porreca provided for trespass vio in Florida in the WAS 2.* t WAS.9ge Intl t Aif Insures WAS..l.U- r Water WAS 1O94.

and Esther Porreca grantees, lators; non-residents could past and probably there will Ploidsandsol Short sleeve, free walls scum and stainless resistant steel;
two parcels of land for $37,500. not camp in Florida to hunt, be more. I am confident not ids in many sty White and col 1 slim, free III' fJ back; Swissmovement. -
Peggy H. Thomas, grantor, nor was Sunday hunting everyone will always be les. 28 to 40. ors. S, M, L r I ters. I I
to Daniel Edward Cooney and permitted. At the same time, happy with everything we do, f
Ella Lorraine Cooney, a law protecting birds of but I believe that the record : tie SAVE as 2 SAVE IX / SAVE 1470lANTERN
grantee, a parcel of land eastof plumage, their eggs and nests will show that the Florida i, y$1 GIRLS' 1 POUNDS 70%

county road for 2900. was passed. In 1893 shooting Game and Fresh Water Fish I SLEEVELESS GRANULAR AND
Raymond W. Bryan and BLOUSES CHLORINE BATTERY
fish became I ir
illegal. Commission has done a
Laura J. Bryan, grantors, to
Thomas M Boyette, grantee Florida's first game war pretty good job in managing WAS I
a parcel of land for $15,500. dens were appointed by the Florida's wildlife resources. SAVE asXWOMEN'S J,#

Colon M. Thomas and wAf / was 5.66'
y.p ;
Marion N Thomas grantors r r LONG SLEEVE Prints and sot 1 7 pounds con Long range
to D-P-H Inc. .48 of '- cemrotsCan
,
grantees SHIRTS one6voltbotlorstyln.t .
;: : ids .Many col
:
an acre right-of-way of a i trols growth ofalgae.
graded road for 6500. i -1/ tery
James T. Cashwell and Ag mllwreF
Elnor G. Cashuell. grantors, } d l 'ws.1.IQ SAVE ao% SAVE 1.00
0 t: GIRLS'' 12 CUP ELECTRIC TOILET
to James Craft and Carol Ann Polyasterny ,
Craft, grantees one lot in t lon and cotton i1 RESSSLACKS PERCOLATOR SEAT
INVESTMENT IM LAND BUILDINGS LIVESTOCK
Crystal Lake Homesites for blends. Sam ,
AND EQUIPMENT HAS .e eGround IN LAST 20 YEARS ,
$1,300 100% cotton. e {' y j r r
Sanford R. Hicks and NitaG Assorted col .1 tt k r t
Hicks. grantors to John G. lorstylesand n, t WA .+ i LOWPRICEI WA33.6G
Dampier and Josie M colors. Sty _1 SOS poly.st* Avocado.Insu- Magnolia."
Dampier. grantees a parcelof EF THE WORLD'S 25O.OOO KKIOWN PLANTS. LESS bshprintsand .r. 50% cot latedbaseand Whitepinkyel-
'
land for $1,500 THAN 100 ARE USED OM A SIGNIFICANT SCALE AS FOOD s solids.Sizes* i ton.Foshion handle. Come low, green,
32 to 38. : S with AKED ENAMCU
/ I colors714. plett cord. and blue.
J D Erwin. Barbara A. MOLDED WOOD.
Erwin R. C Polhamus and

Judy Polhamus. grantors to A*'JL'T?w W'A*'A'* w 4?*i*dt?*3?*A* !?4?'JL***? SAVE EXCEDRIN 17*
Eugene D. Blye. Jr grantee.two "
lots in Sunny Acres for P.M.
OFF was Z RATTAN SAGSwlsiWnt.wl.ii


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=New Sunday School Addition e ] e A

"Sonny & Help's Ccmin1".bringing rjpAS.LW

you the Dinner On The Grounds275AttendanceGoal .Assorted jlyUl. wasi!' a1' rwas417e' vp+I B. -
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newest soundsmm Black 64 ounce was Whit*lined.A.
brawn w.ipht.i O Iaa now 59C. 9" (Iry pan.B.
country to rock. Sas. Sisa- 1 gallon was C 2gtsouupan.

They can play 1'line'> WOT ALL STVLI 7.11. v' ,7 to 12 fie now 49c. C.I ql.sa.pan.
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I ij n Roadeo Set Hampton \\elAeJ1tnry Ground Breaking :

to L ,ter ,
All Hampton Elementary Set .
The "fUXjdeO1'\ will include Sundl\Y '
students are eligible to par- events W trHts for kindergarten -
ticipate in a Safety "Roadeo"on jt.l1ci i first grade At Pine LevelThe '
Saturday, September 29, at students; t>t1 bikes for 1pPb
9 a.m. in Hampton. beginner-( (jes 1, 2), Pine Level l Baptist !
This committee activity is of sponsored bya Juniors-( >'0te 3,4), seniors- Church, three tulles west of ;
parents, (grades 5, 0) and for Starke on SR-i teachers, interested citizens
and local law enforcement, pedestrian, beginners! (K, 1, having a ground< breaking
2)) and
adduced-\ service this Sunday September
culmination as a In additltyi) W these events, 30, for the new ad--
to safety units of Sgt. Carter VI)1) conduct a
dition to the Sunday School
study which have been in
safety c\eW station for building. $L
progress since Sept. 14 bicycles. fcPh'es' will be There will be dinner on the
Sergeant Paul Carter, i
awarded IQ i eAch of the six grounds after the Sunday
Safety Officer of the Florida
divisions nd\ refreshmentswill ,4ta
morning services with the 4 1 ,
Highway Patrol, has con- be Betwed J pjp the Senior *v 4
ducted two programs for the Citizens apt] Volunteer groundbreaking following the
meal.In .
and students pedestrians on bike,safety.school bus, Firemen. Aa cili0ry of Hampton. noon the last three years the 1*'

Pine Level Baptist Church has i w
continued to grow. The church

I I Mental Health :Meeting Set UuiJ\esville Sunday has outgrown School their facilities present and 1 a r

must expand to Accommodate
Three important meetingsof Commits t pas been called for the people. All friends and
the Dist. 5 Mental Health Tuesday, tyst; 9, at 7 p.m. members are invited to attend
Board will be held early in The >Ejtfeirurive!:: '! Committeeof this special service.
, October. Dist. 5 WIll meet Tuesday,
, The special committee Oct. 9. ftt 5 b.rt,.
recently named to review the All meetitgs svill be held in .' -
Bradford-Union County Room <{0Of the Alachua VET NEWSMany -- -
proposal for more local
AnJUhoUse and
are
control of mental health County to the: These men and women are qualified bus drivers by the Brown Hazel Sapp Marie Morgan Margie Wade, Jackie
clinics in Starke and Lake open pub' c. State Board of Education after taking a 40 hour course at the Mersey, Marlecn demons Beverly Mathews Sylvia Reddish -
Butler will meet Monday, Oct. veterans are unawareof Bradford-Union Area Vocational-Technical Center I). E. Bnatwrlght( Margie Packham, Patsy Griffis,
1, at 7:30: p.m. the fact that they may be Dorothy Brown, I.eoma Whitehead, Betty Griffis Albert
State representatives will The r>tai i attend this meeting to discuss desk Baby Oqe wall/ to government expense after Castlen, Mae Ititch. Willie Williams, 'Trod Molt, Linda Margie Mott. and Walter Perkins
State requirements, and the stay b meeting is open to all Citizens reunion of/ the class armed forces, says W. B. Standing are Brenda Jones, Albert Dell, Etta Thointon, Ida Coarse Coordinator Roger hkelton.

Advisory Groups and the 10 year/ ahead of Mackall, director, Division of
general public.A yours.Announcing Veterans Affairs,for the State VET News- Parent Teacher Conference
meeting of the Personnel A of Under Florida.the Veterans NEW BOOKS AT THE LIBRARYThe Day. I
current
Administration dental c reprogram CHECKS SPEEDED TO GI Set Oct. 12 In All County SchoolsFriday
BILL STUDENTSA Face of Jalanath (Hardy dellty(Clifford); A History Of
a veteran qualifiesfor (Heaver) ) A History -
> Hassle And The Med- Lighthousees ;
one episode of dental care, new Veterans Administration Iclre Man (Adams); Weapon Of Tunnels OBeaverTheAmerican () Oct. 12, will be the to see the teacher.
he to the VA
provided applies computer program to Heavy (Reese); There Is A Heart'Assn. Cook first of four scheduled parent- "We always hear about
within one year following from speed checks to G. I. Bill Tree More Ancient Than Eden book; The Vikings (LaFay), teacher conference days at all public apathy" but I don'tbelieve .
release
discharge or "Oneepisode" students Is expected to become (Forrest); The Book Of Love, Beyond Freedom And Dignity Bradford County schools, that, states Temple."I
The Of military for service.this operational this month.In The Book Of Sansevero (Glo- (Skinner); Plastering Skill And Superintendent Jim Templehas believe the people of
Opening the purpose announcing the new "one vene); Portrait Of A Summer Practice (Van Den Branden); announced. Bradford County sincerely are
veteran and
receive means dental may stop" service! VA Administrator Virgin (Lyons); The Ungodly: Unsafe At Any Speed ((Nader). Students will not be in at- interested in the schools
a informed. I
program only be
want to kept
tendance these days so that
Donald E. Johnson! explained A Novel Of the Donner Party The Growth And Develop-
once, sufficient to correct all is what in the
Reames cavities and. other dental that when VA receives (Rhodes); The World Of Apples ment Of Mothers (McBride)>; parents may have time to know this want we to have
defects revealed by the dental separation papers (DD 214)) (Cheever}); The Under- Your Prostate (Rowan)); Pic- privately discuss their child'sprogress school system I forwardto
looking
examination. from the military VA com- taker Wind (Masterson)>; Pie- torial Travel Atlas Of Scenic with teachers. happen. am all the
Dental for eligible puters will automatically ces Of Night (Elliott}); The American (Jordan); How To "Better communicationsneeds a big turnout conference at
care be established bet schools on these
Natural Gas & Oil erate package of to Thing to
veterans may: be authorizedand a papers Billion Dollar Sure Grow Your Own Vegetables "
schools and
the
paid by the Veterans veterans. These Include a (Erdman) The ProgrammedMan (Kressy); The Joy Of Camp- ween days.
Administration, and may be Certificate of Eligibility (C- (Blankenship); The This- Ing (Langer); Rabies In Ani- parents, Supt Temple
Appliance Repair rendered by a Private dentistin OE) required when applyingfor tle And The Hose (Plaldy); mals And Man (West); Ameri- states. these WISH .I'D SAID
the veteran s home town. any V A benefitan application World Without End Amen can Folk Medicine (Meyer), "By having shouldbe con
ference ,
An exception might be the for education trainIng CBreslln) The Plot That Real Food For Your Baby better days Informed parents of theschool's THAT ,
veteran who lives within and a form for schools! to Thlckend (Wodehouse); hisMajesty's
+ .JR. REAMES easy curriculum and their
use to certify enrollment. U-Boat (Reeman)
commuting distance of a VA ; ADULT REFERENCE child's Teachers
: FORMERLYOF dental clinic, in which case the Previously! each of these Baby Boy (Gregg> Stand Like should also progress.gain a better
was a separate step for students Men (Sheburne) The Cater-
work would be done by a VA ; Glenn's Complete Bicycle understanding of the child.
or schools. pillar Cop (McClure> Dr.Moore's .
STARKE NA"JRAIGAS.. dentist. Manual (Coles) Complete
When a veteran is The package) also will tell Legacy (Young), In Outdoors Encyclopedia; (Spar- "Anytime talking you about can commongoals get "lie who blows his own
released from veterans their remaining ]Bf A (House Unknown (Hltchens) horn seldom is able to listento
HAS OPEN P HIS OWN discharged or ano); Roget's International you stand a much better
military service, and he finds Bill eligibility time, about Spy In Chancery CBenton);The Thesaurus; Congressional chance for success." the band.-Clarin I).
w < that dental care is needed, he counseling and tutorial ser- Yellow Jersey (turn} The Utah
sNpp;: Directory 93rd Congress; The four conference days Ashby, Uintah Basin ( )
vices, how to apply for educa- Inner (Cardiff) The
should report to his local Steps ; Looking For Employment In will take the place of planning Standard.
Service Officer and file an tional assistance and about space Between (Spencer) ; Foreign Countries (Angel). days previously scheduled.
application with the VA. If he courses that may be selectedfor Harvest Home (Tyron* The Schools will send notes hometo "There's nothing right
HE SERVICES ALLAS is found to be eligible, the training. Curse Of The Kings Molt)>; YOUNG ADULT arrange scheduling for the about America that the anti-
Johnson said that under this Over (Wakefleld)
!
Veterans Administration will Starting
who does
parents. Any parent Americans aren't doing theirdarndest
authorize the new concept veterans can Mister Target Olarrington});
\ necessary Deathwatch (White). not receive a note, by some to change.-
complete the application and The Music Within (Trevino)
APPLIANCES & OIL HEATERS: examination and treatment.The ; oversight, is asked to contactthe '
veteran should not present It, along with the COE, The Cowboy And The Cossack JUVENILE: FICTION schools to a time Harry Powell, Laurens
GAS LINES & WATER: DINES obligate himself for any to school officials at time of (Huffaker> Back To The Top arrange County (Ga.) News.
registration. The school! in Of The World(Ruesch)
dental care expense, since the ; Every Good Ethan (Fox> Once A
Veterans Administration will turn will complete the enroll- Man Is My Father (Wilson Year Witch (Vaixa: ); Hoof-
pay for any service which is ment portion and forward the A Great Day For Ballgame print On The Wind (Clark) Genealogical.Research
;
Reames Heating Service authorized. entire package to VA for processing (Dawson); Operation Luke The Truth About Mary Rose .

NATURAL GAS OIL The first benefit (Caldln) Future City (El- (Sachs); To Catch A Tar- Want Correspondence From
checks should be received wood); It Must Be Now The tar (Hall> Find The Cat
964-7730 064-8279 Every hunJOrt problem can shortly thereafter. When veterans Kingdom Coming (Lentz) Alligator (Livermore.) One For The
be solved, as long as it is request advance pay- Gar (Sullivan). ; RELATIVES OF
Price Of Two (Jameson))
24 Hour
Service not turned over to a study
ment on the application forms,
Mines's The Best CBonsall)
group with. a large budget checks will be waiting at the ADULT NONFICTIONPet No Ducks In Our Bathtub (A-; "MARY PEARL LENA STEVENS"MARRIED
to spend Institution for delivery to them TO HENRY CLAYTON SAPP
lexander)); Cowslip (Olaynes).
--------- -""" ----------- upon registration. Parakeet MARCH 20.1906
t Schools with approved cour- Guide (Roger; I Managed
ses for veteran have been notified Good, But Boy Did They Play LIBRARY HOURS DIED MARCH 1916, LAWTEY. FLA.
Announcement of the new form and pro- lad: Bouton), The Woman
cedure Alone (O'Brien)); All Out A- Monday: 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. CHILDREN GEORGE WASHINGTON. ELBERT

--- gainst Arthritis (Lewis); Disaster TRUBY.CLARA BELLE HENRY WILLIS
Major American Ca- Thursday: Fri-
Tuesday:
WRITE TO MRS. S
I Effective October 1 1 tastrophes; In One Era And day: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. F. MATTHEWS
1973 Out The Other (Levenson) 30201 S.W..

I I III Helping Children Grow(Cass) Saturday: 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. 172 ND. AVENUE
I Air Engineers, Inc. in Starke will I The Gulf Stream (Gaskell),
mwIII Garbage: The History & Future CLOSED ALL DAY WEDNES! HOMESTEAD. FLA. 33030

become Don Brown Inc. Of Garbage In America DAY.
solely (Kelly),

owned by Don Brown. The Picture Framer's Handbook -
I I II (Burnett); The Disney

".\ class reunion In a time Films (Martin); Samuel John- DREAMS
when old school l mutes ettotrt'ther son: His Friends & Enemies
I who l is. (Quennell) The Modern Guide
iiiul
to out
Warranty on installation ; To Skin Care And Beauty(Lu-
falling; apart. bowe>) Understanding High Fl-
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Inc. will be honored by Don CustomHouse REALITY


Brown Inc. Plans
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HOW GENEROUS ARE YOU?


spend a weekend at the home of a
I nu needn't he a acuhhy f..iend..1'! should (CA) Present

philanthropist to give gencrotnly I; your host' or hostess with a gift,
i>l'yourself.. r\en; il you're in the
(tBl)
Express appreciation
PRESS SUCCESSFULLY your
HOW TO WASH PERMANENT
:
.' .. Cal! wtLi low-income, category, you ciiniloclop erballyor (C) Oiler to pay for

Permanent Is it a 51> Wash in the permanentpress r n (gift 'lor gil'I-!giting! jour keep?
press. or wash, and wear cycle- winch will he |nirliciiliily "ipprceiiilcd -
miracle or a myth 9 That dependson Me 5. If"u're an airline or
using hot or warm water (depending hy rcupienls. This lest
the big IF if permanent railroad passenger and a "porter. .
on amount of soil) and will give yon ti |1I""d l idea i"I'l how
press items are laundered curries your htijts. you should (A)
cold, rinso water temperature.If generous you really arc.I. .
propi'rly. Tip him II quarter (III1'ip) l him u
From home economists at the your washer does not have a 1. When | ilk-enien or firemen iiiinler| lor each: "hug t thai lie
permanent press cycle, follow Mop by lit your' Imnie seeking to
Whirlpool Corporation, where curries or (1C') Ncvcr tip him more
this procedure: At the end of the sell tickets to :If hall you 11 should>
extensive tests have been per tutus a clolliir.
wash period let the washer (IA) 1)1''' c''llhem' null udoniiiion, For the .
formed to discover the best way coitcit IIII"CI'lie
then ifr" cl.n'll.flend. the nllair
to launder permanent rclou.
press drain almost completely, then (IB) Explain!; lo them" lli.il" viiu'll be
items so no-iron characteristicsare ANSWERS: I. (IAI) Buying.
the control until date in
slowly advance mil ol town on the I '
retained here are some the washer begins to fill for deep question and mukc no contribution I tickets you emit use may deprive
suggestions/ : washer to complete of others' who want lo attend front
Allow C)
rinse. or ( Buy a couple
11) Wash frequently! -Because the cycle automatically. Finally 4v tkkcls. even ihmijih >ou can'l going lo I the hull. So. if you can't,

permanent press garments stay the washer through an attend? intend, make n small tonIrihnlion .
put
fresh looking, its tempting to additional rinse cycle. Always 2. II )tlU"C taken a short ride jmy w'ay, even though

delay laundering. But avoid this use hot or warm water and cold in n taxi, you should (A) Give the you can't use" Hit! tickets. 2. (IB)
because body oil stains (not Give him a minimum of 25 cents.:
rinse temperature. driver 15 percent of the (are, c\cii
always noticeable) may build up, fares, of IS
though I the fare was less than a For higher give a tip
Ube fabric softener-in
making them difficult to 6)) a
.,1'2S percent. 3. (IC) Send tinners,
remove. the deep rinse to reduce static dollar, (B) Give a nlnlmumllp
and cents, or (tCI) Tell him jou'verun Mowers are a universal sjmlnil ol
21| Pre-treut stains-Saturate electricity prevent clinging.
and will he
stained area with concentrated Follow hung-tug instruct.ionsregarding out ot chin nge: and give!) tip, ? sharing sorrow
3. If a business or personal especially appreciated by
liquid detergent or with a paste bleach use, is Newly elected( KKA officers! (I-r) : )Becky Hutch ins, Clinton president; Tommy Miller and Debbie Douglas associate of yours 'has' lost a loved mourners. A condolence card and
made from regular detergent. Oil 7)) Tumble drying re coin-
mended-but don't overload the St'lIt'rsndy Italdrrr. David, Kaldier, Paul lIut hlllll, Jr., one the first thing to do is (A) phone call, if possible also
stains (especially collar ring) on Send condolence card.(B)Makea be kind. 4. (A) Present the hostor (
brightly colored shirts can be dryer since garments must a
particularly emburrasing. To re- tumble freely to avoid formationof telephone call telling him of hostess with a gift. Offering to
ElectedPaul
1973-74 FFA Officers lorour is
keep a
move them, simply saturate area ",rinkles. Drying smaller your regrets, or (C) Send flowers pay reflection on their hospitality poor S
loud avoid wrinkles to the chapel or the home of the
with helps too.
dry cleaning solvent-then ,
((8)) Tip 25 cent for each bag
with concentrated detergent and 81)' Remove clothes from the llutchins Jr.? was son of Mr. and"Mrs.! Paul C. C. A. Baldree. David a two Clinton Sellers is the son of bereaved? earned the

wash, regularly dryer! as soon as possibletoavoid elected president of the 1973-74 llutchins. Paul is a four year year veteran and Andy a three Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Sellers. 4. When you're, Invited to run up lo although more than a sum dollar may

3)) Sort properly-as you wrinkles. That's how to Bradford High School Senior veteran of the Bradford FFA year veteran of FFA. Clinton is also a four year

would for a regular load. Perma launder permanent press itemsso FFA Chapter last Wednesday Chapter. His sister Becky, is Debbie Douglas is the veteran.

vent press naturally develops you won't have to even touch September 19. a three year FFA veteran. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Miller is the son of For Sale
static electricity which attracts them with an iron. One additional The Bradford Chapter held Andy and David Baldree are Edward Douglas. Debbie has Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Peterson.

lint givers from lint receivers in caution, though its first meeting September the two sons of Mr. and Mrs. been in FFA two years. Tommy is a two year veteran.
both washing and drying. quality of permanent!; press 19, to elect 73-74 officers 14-FT. BOAT. TRAilER WIINDSHIELD. 24 H P..

Separate white, light and dark items may vary from brand to Other officers are Andy ELEC. STARTER ft STEERING WHEEL.
colors too, because permanent brand. And of course, a poor Baldree vice-president; Private Ambulance Service

press items pick up color readily. quality garment will not retain Becky Hutchins, treasurer; I 12-FT.
CROWDING permanent press characteristics Debbie Douglas secretary; ALSO:

4)) Wash smaller loads- no matter how well you wash it. Tommy !Miller, reporter; End After 40 YearsAfter FISHING BOATAntimr.ed

CROWDING causes wrinkles. So, when shopping, look for a David Baldree, sentinel, and Comes To

brand name you know and trust. Clinton Sellers as chaplain.On ONE
Select garments with flat seams September 29, the been available.To in with the eight other .' HUTCH
without more than 40 years of counties in communications TABLE
\ puckers. Bradford Chapter and get the federal funds the a
Chamber of Commerce will providing service emergency to Bradford ambulance county had to agree to use any network, also part of a ONE LOVE SEAT ONE CHAIR

.. sponsor the annual Calf funds it was placing into EMC federally subsidized program.At .
County, DeWitt C, Jones EARLY VICTORIAN
;r Scramble; it will also be care to supplement the federal one point there was talk
HOW DO YOU GET RID OF BUGS? Ambulance Service is giving donating the
', sponsoring a fish fry. Ticketsare program. So the county will of Jones county a
each. notice service will cease effective vehicle for transfer purposes, C. E. JACKSON. 1313 W MADISON STARKE
$1.50 put its $18,000() )( into the new
ruIlC ,_I On October 6, Bradford midnight September EMC program being operatedat but that has not materialized, 2T-1O/4
( 'l EASYI! Call The experts at Florida FFAers will attend Leader- 30."It's Bradford County Hospital. Canova said.

'hi Pest Control. Their Graduate Entomologists ship School with 24 other like" cutting off your
right arm, DeWitt C.
oJ' developed a quick, safe. chapters at Lake City Junior says
Jones who began his am- The has six
Monthly Preventative Treatment that costs just pennies a College. Oct. 11, Bradford! county now
bulance service here
shortly technicians employed at BCH
day. yet protects your family home furnishings, even your chapters will compete in a
after World War One. and all with 80 hours of Slade GasThe
clothes. Call the experts at Florida Pest Control"' today! We forestry field day at Camp Jones served notice to the emergency medical care Sawyer

are listed in the Yellow Pages! r I IQRIDA the O'Lena.National They FFA will also Conventionin attend county several years ago that training now required b.y the

a' the emergency ambulance State of Florida. There are
and ? EST Kansas City. Attending the service was a losing two ambulances Number
Free inspections estimates one new one
convention will be two advisors
\ proposition and asked in operation since August 9
964-5745 539 E. Cull St. \ tOMliOl, Gregory Alvarez and
financial aid. Since the early1960'S and one used unit from St.
Sales & Service Firm
Stnrke> '"'io ,".aICAL CG Paul C, llutchins. the county has sub- Johns County which must be
Paul Hutching!:, Jr., is theWorld's
sidized the ambulance
ser- painted repaired, and ad- Installing The Number 1
vice, first at the rate of $12,000 ditional equipment installed

per year and this past year at before it can be put into use.
& Air Conditioner In The Nation
I I Fastest Most I Dangerous i I Game $18,000. In the meantime Jones has Heating

Since the subsidy been helping the county with .-'''.

arrangement began the transfer problems and Jones ..

hi+ and you can bet on it! County Commission has t had an ambulance availableat .

pm discussed taking over the the bad wreck on US-301 at Carrier

emergency ambulance ser SR-18 south of Starke last

DAILYxcept vice, but always figured it was Friday night according to

cheaper to subsidize Jones. Hospital Administrator
Sundays / r But that changed in 1973 when George Canova.
the City of Jacksonville, in The Ultimate In

order to get more funds for Canova is currently: tryingto

itself, included an 8-county get two vehicles of some
area, including Bradford( in a type through the Florida Central Heat & Air

federally subsidized Surplus Property Division to

&Sat. Emergency Medical Care use as back up units and for

Air Conditioned-Theater Type Seating Snack Bars BeveragesTelewagtring Program which has now non-emergency: type cases. He

at Your Seat State Law: You must t 18 begun operation with much feels at least three vehiclesare 80,000 BTU Carrier Gas FurnaceThermostat

i Free Parking For Reservations Oca la area, 591-2345 more sophisticated equip necessary to provide
ment including emergency ambulance service. In the
Gainesville
area, 3769044SR
medical treatment and heart meantime, transfer cases and Controls Five!, Year Compressor Warranty

318 JUST EAST US 441 2 Ml. EAST OF 1-75 ALL SEATS 75$ to $1.50 monitoring on the way to the other non-emergency basis All Labor and Materials
hopsital, than has previouslyintroducing..new are scheduled when possible.All Seven Air Supply Ducts
persons using the rescue 24.000 BTU Cooling
units or the "transfer" One Return Duct
Carrier Oil Furnace Available
vehicles will be billed, Canova

says. Rescue charges are a

flat $25 for anyone in the Cityof

Starke, and$25 plus a dollar
R per mile for all calls beyondthe

city limits. Transfer

vehicle charges will be $1.50 ,; ,
per mile. /i
4w /r E
At present the EMC systemis
7+ +g A N dependent on the sheriff's

,??>? brwal ash I radio communications systemfor

communication with
7 hospitals in Gainesville or $139000

I se Jacksonville. The new microwave :

tower near the courthouse COMPLETELY
will soon tie the county INSTALLED


,
Tender -_ PLUS ANY
Peanut NECESSARYELECTRICAL



plans Hon it is a coniol.taly NEW lint of homos Bean Casserole WORKOR GASPIPING

for today's, fwoiilios. Thoy'ro comfortotli. Thoy'ralonnod j

for tlVIMG Choooa yours,sod will kaoinonlooacomtmciion ij
i for c i in on your snporty almost
>.. imsMdJiotoly. 2 c, French style sliced
a lzi 1
INSTANT MORTGAGE FIMAHCINGjj green bean IIIIAIIINIIIIIIIIIIIII, uIIORI
llWlAL > s iirti iMl sjrojtMiif sxanaMft 1/4 butter
Mt jx k c. AIRIIIIIIIIII
IUU II U I II T DIII
*4 1/4 c, finely chopped butter IUIIIIIR
r M COMPLCTf FA CTS AMD COSTS FREE! 1 can cream of mushroom '

the SCB ft ING L ru 1 tri'P'Ii1 _R _waal yaw la know all_Ida lacls lha aucl soup mu AgiJlH1 M
4 8.<(room, f Bl e1114 and what yaw atanlkly norlaaoa aanaiial waali ka U 1/2 c, finely chopped salted
,, kuiU wjw ckana af Bora Ikan tapmly kaimi la wkal-
< a ar slata af Hnia caaiolali.ii yau lum V| mtmt ywto peanuts
c.7Ii. koow aiara akMI lha MaMuls wa'll via and aaoalaw 1 c, finely crushed potato
the LAUDERDALE "L, 1 oaalily coaslracliMi malhaA Call, sloa ay at land chips
,
3 floon f Btttt lha canaoa la oar aajctsl Jim Wallar kiaock Md naana -
1-a Ikis Mionaoliaa vtllwil coil or ahliMiaa la km 1/2 c. grated natural cheddar
cheese

-. When Jim Walter builds for you, here's what you get... 1/4 c. chopped pimento %,

"y11 .Your lleW home compl.Ily finished on the outside' including, ,FOUNDATION ROOFING SIDING
the MONTE CARLO \WINDOWS/ DOORS AND PAINTING.
Cook and drain
J A.are.m, r (0, 4 V beans. While
Options to purchase Inside materials and Installation, ot ELECTRICAL WIRING. PLUMBING beans are hot, add butter and
FLOORING \WALLS/ DOORS & TRIM' KITCHEN AND BATH FIXTURES. mix. Add onion mushroomsoup D

-- A LGte Haw nearly' complete you want the Intarier of your homo is up to you The mart you do lor yourull, Ion your pimento, and peanuts
,,,,ec. cost will, be. Options' can b* purchased" 'individual, l l for
1 p SPAJOetdol.re J M'. !: pelages you to insl.ll or to to conplatoly. instated to bean mixture. Toss
Jim .. lightly.
0 by If you steel to hove Jm, Writer Install all of' the 'Interior options you will, need only to
paintor "paper the walls finish the trim unnact to outside utilitias and move In. ether war she con Place in greased casserole.
... 61 n kw included in your magege.rJriij Combine crushed potato

Whui xa Spread evenly over top. Bakeat
? JIM WALTER HOMES
(Mail to ncorsm efdcvi 350 for 30 minutes. CarnUh -
; r I
f.j!: MAKES OF AIR CONDITIONING
I would !fib 'lo bore "morInFarmotlon with paprika and sprigs
..
and Hi* amt of
buildtng an my property, I Ijndtmfand I of parsley Yield: 4-6 sere CALL US FOR FAST. PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
thr. would bno .
JACKSONVILLE FLA. 322Ib OCALA FLA. 32670 I obligation to : .:'. ings. 964-7701
: .
that you would y"th.::: :ajfoctt ::" .:._ I
P.O. Box 16965 fro. ol charg

6227, Phillips' 3001 South" PIne St I NAM1 .
Hwy. I

U.S. No. 1 Sewth, P.O. Box 954 I ADDelSS ____ days In it these can still polluted be SAWYER SLADE' GAS AND

Ph. 733-3250 Ph. 622-8118 CITY ___ ___ __ITAH,__ I said that the air in autumn
I Tetephen.ar, ( ".,.hb.rs)______ i* like wine.
If ,.... ..... -- I AIR CONDITIONING
rural' i iI O' a ..1..11.{ ... Cheap wine, naturally/
00PIN S'lilS ___ OPIN'til 6PMt"f\I
.. Sat. aV Sun. \.V I LE.". ..'...-nv- In.-- _-- -_ .County" [

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WISH I'D SAID
Tanks Limit FHA] Loans To
Farmer's Home Ad- Septic cityexpecially sportation covering maintenance THAT '
ministration representativefrom of school flashing
Gainesville told has -Randall Davis office. Tax signs which will be erected at
the if houses are Lamar Streets. the Reno sewer service reasons preventeda
Starke city council last week are Recreation Department head, direct transferral from the intersection of SR-16 and
concentrated, like the Reno James Prince, spokesmanfor high priority. Engineers Grand
Street, and
that the federal agency will be section. the group last week at the presently drawing plans for submitted a$41,964 budget for Standard Oil to the Chamber.The at the
forced to loans for housesin said, the coming year, compared to Chamber the a juncture of Washington Street
stop Due to wet weather plus council meeting, said that all the expansion, McRae gave city and US-301.
the Old Lawtey Road improper drainage along the the septic tanks are working but explained that it will be at $34,078 for 197273. First parcel of land on East Call -Directed that all "Politics is the art of making
section of Reno due to east side of Old Lawtey Road properly this week. He added least six months or longer priorities are resurfacing of Street at Alligator Creek.A ment heads submit depart- yourself popular with
inoperative septic tanks. some two dozen homes were he is certain the improved before work can be expectedto tennis courts at a cost of$3,000 motor vehicle main- to Clerk budget people by giving them grantsof
requests City Merrill
Charles Snell, supervisor of inconvenienced by improperly drainage will help during the begin.It and the building of a new.ball tenance program was
the Alachua the diamond for $4,000, major discussed but the Edwards as soon as possible.The their own money.RexGoldthorpe
: County FHA operating; septic tanks last next wet period. was also explained to suggestionby
office, said is increases in the budget, Davis Councilman Vernon Silcox city's fiscal year starts Tri-County
Tuesday Sept. 25, week. Half a dozen home The group asked the council residents that no paving Oct. 1.
that the federal agency "will owners appeared at the Sept. when they can expect to be being done in that area said.The was not acted upon. (Wis.) Press.
have to restrict loans in those 18 council meeting to ask served by city sewerage because the city wants to lay council approved Approved a motion by 4
areas (of Starke) where high relief on the drainage,sayingraw treatment plant. Snell also sewer lines under the streets trade of property with the Commissioner Orie Wiggins. You have to be care "If you think time heals
concentrations of homes not sewerage was floating in asked that, stating no more first. Chamber of Commerce to give that a clerk be employed ful about local pride. everything, try sitting it out
on the city sewer system." the streets. loans will be available until Snell asked and was given the Chamber the lot at the Gas Department to keep No American likes to in a doctor's office."-Robert
There are areas in Starke Acting immediately, the the area is served by the the address of the city Madison and Walnut Streets records. be told that the politics Schnedier, Times Birdsboro
where FHA will approve loans city last week opened the treatment system. engineers so he could per- donated by Standard Oil of -Signed agreements with in some other state is
for houses with septic tanks, main drainage ditch on Old Mayor Jimmy McRae,main sonally find out what kind of Kentucky for a new chamber the Department of Tran- worse than In his own. (Penna.) Dispatch.
Snell stated. But there are Lawtey Road and on Calvery spokesman for the council, progress is being made on the
also areas, like Reno, where Street. This Tuesday, Sept.25, pointed out the city is proiect
the type of soil and the water after the area dried out some, presently implementing a $2.5 "The' engineers said they
-table prevents proper the city deepened ditches: on million dollar utilities improvement are working on the project and
operation of septic tanks, Tom Hall, East Jenkins, and program and that that the Reno area has a high
priority,"Snell said Tuesday, This Warning Is Too Late !
w but he added, "They are aboutas
Second Annual F10ridaStateBWE vague as the council on a
time table. The engineerssaid
it will be from six monthsto
GRASS MUSIC CONVENTION 18 months before work will
begin, Snell said. SOMETIMES IT'S
OCTOBER 5,6 & 7, 1973 In other action at the Sept.

Blue Grass Special Country Music Park,Lawtey, Fla. 18 Student council meeting TellsExperiences: HARD TO GET AHEAD !

Rain or Shin.Sh.lt.r Pro."'...Bring Latcn. Chair Alcoholic Beteraget

IN PERSON *


In Europe Football Back But So Are Those


r Impressions of Russia and September "Back To School Bills!"
other Communist satellite
countries were given at the
Starke Rotary Club last
Wednesday by Miss Carolyn
Brown, of Starke, who had
just returned from a two- G
month tour of Europe con- ill
MAC WISEMAN OXMONVOC BALPH STANLEY ducted by the International +
Intercultural Studies, Inc.
GRAND OLE OPRY This exchange student
program is sponsored by the
United Methodist Church.
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vast difference between the
Bill Moon ud hi. BliMfrw Boy. 07_ MoodRd /. the Soviets talk about the
Rods Th.BIiMfnat TarbMla, Show Start at way
NOM TIll Midnlfht. supposed benefits of Com
munism, and the way these
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in practice.She told of seeing /
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gr.rBor.Jam..Maora.R.IpI8tulg.adusCtlecIMt.Boys and doing other menial tasks *
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Cutup, Mae Wile....... BMtj rUwr. ThFrfeMte usually performed in the USA
of Blutfraaa,The Blwgru Twhwto. OJM) by men. She also told of experiences L '
Moody Red Rector. In Czechoslovakiaand &
Hungary where, she said
SUNDAY,OCT.T a black student is somethingof

.Jim ud...JMM and Th. Virginia Bqa.Ralph SUaUyud JIM and JESSE a novelty and the subject. of sr
It. Clinch Mountain Boy. Mac W......., The considerable curiosity.Miss f
Brown is a graduate of
Sullivan Family JamM. Mourn Don Rmo and Bill ,
HarraU and Tb. T. .. Cutupa, TM Frlmda of BHS, BethuneCookmanCollege l r
BltwfraM. Daytona,and is now
attending the University of
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The Sweetest Slrawburrie Tfiit Side of Heaven WITH TORNADOES

Page 10 TELEGRAPH September 27, 1973


Fleet Buchholz Back


Unfastened Chin Strap



Hands Tigers 7-3 Loss Earns Cats 14-14 TieFleetfooted



running back the big play for( Buchholz. just 22 yards total offense and short 23-yard punt by The Bobcats took the kickoff
Simon Cromwell returned a Trailing 7-0 in the third one first down In the first two Buchholz. On first down, in the second half and after an
To Chiefland IndiansLake Bradford kickoff 67 yards quarter Cromwell scored the quarters of play. Terry Hayes caught a Green exchange punts,put the ball
Friday night as the Buchholz first 'Cat touchdown on a 63- Crews was the game's pass from between two in play on their own 26 yard
Bobcats rallied in the fourth yard pass play from quar- leading rusher with 155 yardson defenders for an 18 yard gain. line. After two carries by
Butler's Tigers lost by The lack of depth seriouslyhurt 70 yards called back." quarter to tie the fifth-ranked, terback Dale Robinson. The 27 carries as Bradford After a first down pass fell Cromwell netted only one
their own chin straps Friday the Tigers Friday night, Friday night! the Tigers will Tornadoes, 14-14. pass covered nearly 30 yardsas finished the night with 249 incomplete( Charlie Green yard, quarterback Dale
night as they were upset 7.3 by according to Coach Jones, but be at home for the first time With the game tied, two would-be tacklers yards on the ground and rifled a 19-yard play action Robinson hit Warren Jacksonon
the host Chiefland Indians. plans are to try and eliminatethe this season as they take on the Bradford had a scoring opportunity collided together and another 54 through the air. pass to( Hall for the score. a ten yard pass for the first
Trailing 7-3 in the third problem this Friday night Cross City Bears. Both teams late in the game buta Cromwell pranced into the After fumbles halted driveson Green's kick on the extra down.
quarter the Tigers drove 70 as he plans to start 19 players are now 1-1 for the season Charlie Green's field goal end zone unscathed. the 28 and 10 yard lines of point attempt was good and On the first down from the
yards for an apparent touch- against Cross City. after Cross City upset a attempt was far short as the Behind the strong running of the visitors( Bradford scoredits Bradford led 7-0 at the half. 37, Robinson then found(
down, but the go-ahead score "It definitely hurts you, highly-touted P. K. Young Tornadoes elected not to( go( senior tailback Tim Crews, first TD with just 1 1:23: Buchholz came back fired. Cromwell coming out of the
was called back on a penalty w hen your running backs play team. 108."They're, for the first down on a fourth Bradford completely( remaining in the first half as up in the second half, both backfieldand after two wouldbe -
Officials said that the Tiger both ways," added Jones. physically' a real and one situation from the dominated the first half of Ronnie Hall scored on a diving offensively and defensively. tacklers ran together, the
running back, failed to have "Late in the game we were strong team, commented Bobcat six-yard line. play, grounding out 150 yards catch. The Tornadoes( could manage junior tailback danced in for
his chin strap fastened. just tired. Jones. "They beat us 8-0 in the The Tornadoes, ranked fifthin rushing while the Tornado( The drive originated on the just two first downs in the
The name of the game was "Curtis Sirmons also had jamboree and we are going to the state among class 3-A defense held the Bobcats to Bobcat 37 yard line after a third and fourth( quarters. (See Page 11))
defense with the Indians played a great game for us. have to play one of our better schools, completely
coming out on top. Lake They were certainly keying on games, lust to( stay with them. dominated the game from a
Butler's lone score came on a him, but he gained over a 100 (See Page 11)) statistical standpoint, but Eastside Squeaks 8-6 By Tough Baby Red I
30-yard() field goal by Curtis yards ((103)) and had one run of twice Cromwell came up with
Sirmons in the second quarter -
which gave the Tigers a 3-0 r -- Bradford's Baby Tornadoesheld scoring on its side of the field and ran Eastside made a two-point
lead at the half. Eastside to 12 yards After the ball exchanged it back to the BUS 25 yard line. conversion run for the leading
Chiefland took the lead in rushing and 25 yards passingand ownership of the teams twice Then Eastside's receiver score of 8-6.
the third period as Kim no first downs but still lost BUS had the ball on its own 40( got out in the open and was hit BUS got the kick off at t the 33
Layfield scored from seven- 8-6 Thursday night in Starke. yard line but was forced to( with a pass that he ran in for( yard line On first down
yards out after Lake Butler Bradford racked up a totalof punt.Eastside. the touchdown that tied the (See Page 11))
fumbled on its own 19 yard 176 yards rushing and 27 received the ball game 6-6.

line. Danny Rifle kicked the yards passing and made six ............... OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOWe
extra point boot. first downs. ------------- -

"'I thought that we played "We were real agressive on
poor enough to lose, but good 1t defense, as we stopped the don'tpromises.make
enough to win" explained Eastside linemen. They
Tiger Coach Jack Jones. "We picked up about 12 yards at
could do nothing offensively, the first of the !tame but didn't
but would have won if it do anything after that," says
wasn't tor the chin-strap. Head JV Coach Harry Hat .
"Our quarterback got cher of last Thursday night's
sacked six times for a loss of game."Quarterback.
,rV1. 4 We. make
51-yards Our offensive line Jimmy guarantees.
just got beat all night long." Prevatt did one heck of a job,
Jones praised the defense, with outstanding jobs (on offense -
saying that they had only punting and kicking off, With all the options and
touchdown in two he did everything we asked ofhim"says 'vx
given up one
games and that was after a Hatcher. (i offers we can make, there's no
fumble on the Tiger 19. After BUS received the earthly reason why we'd guarantee
"Our linebackers all did an kick-off on the 25 yard line the
outstanding job," Jones said. Baby Tornadoes pushed to the : \ 1 you something we can't possibly

"Terry Hamilton at strong- 50 yard line, then fumbled to ..,.... I. deliver. And we won't .
side line backer had nine Eastside. BUS held the Ramson
unassisted tackles and 21 1 our down and got the ball I + If we guarantee you Europe,
assists. Richard Yarborough, .' on its (own 35 yard line. After
at middle linebacker, was in two plays that put BUS on U start listing all the places you want
on 17 tackles, and Craig Shad, about the 50 yard line Kenny .. v.:. .r So wont forget
at weak side,had a total of 16. Aycox broke around the righton :;. .i' !to see, you any
\Ve shut the door on them a sweep and put on the 'J( when you thereEverything .
liucliholilof>nsi\c back John Montgomery; almost intercepts: a Bradford pass Intended for : '! get
the entire first half. Theydidn't speed for 50( yards to the ..> tJ
Larry SlKTin.ni. The ball fell incomplete lint the !play' was indicative of the way the Tornado < < we guarantee
even make a first down luck ran Friday night. touchdown. 1 : (
until near the half when we Prevatt was no good, but BUS will be down in writing. In a
put
went into our prevent still led 6-0 with about four 1' r
defense." minutes left in the first period. I f" legal document that you get a copy
IF YOU'RE 8 TO 13 YEARS OLD
After the kick off BHS held
the Old 1t/7nE/l YOU HAVE A CHANCE TO Eastsjde to three downs, < ;L'i of. (If you sign for computer training j

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EXCEPT SUNDAY end of the field. The quarter front what
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ended after BUS made four We'll give you a you

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I SA Defensive Front Will ]Face Tornadoes Friday. ::1



R! Bradford varsity gridders off the ball to the for St. Augustine are Ned who is real quick but not as aggressive ball team; they Tony Dardi will be quarterback good blocker. Thomas .
' will face the biggest defensive according At Ross, a 205 pound senior, that strong as Ross, but gets to the like to run inside on the for the Yellow Eddie Bryant will be the SA "St. Augustine's offense Is ,
'I scouting report. right is and ball according to the isolation they have four tailback, the best runner on similar to the Buchholz offense
front line they have yet this guard Wetherington is very strong mean. He is quicker, ; big Jackets lie is a smart
season, (Friday night in St. quick Wayne and fires off the supposed to be very tough on report. down people on defense; the quarterback and throws the the team because of the way so it should not be hardto
t Augustine) the front four ball very well and is a good trapper the run and is very Team comments of the kicking game is good, and ball real well. Pro man i is Billy he hits the hole ''hard and has get ready for them, but we
averaging 200 pounds, two of aggressive. Then at right scouting report are: St. Dardi is a good runner and an Wells who Is very quick with good speed. At fullback will be do need a lot of work on the
them weighing 205 pounds Backing the defensive liner linebacker Is Ricky MillerCoaches Augustine is a very quick and excellent quarterback good speed( and hands; and is a excellent blocker Mike offense," says Coach Hurse.

"They are a fine team as

4 usual defense defense., and running are big with They people a split on 4- Like Tornado Effort. Disarbnointed In Score I

are -- ---- -- -- - - --- n -- -
aggressive and they'll get -I J. .1.-
after you," comments Head Most Bradford High varsity game. I hope that we can Sexton."I "We lacked aggressiveness, "Early Char dle'r'did a off," says Redding.
BUS Football Coach David r coaches seem to be pleased profit from the game so that front thought did that the whole but we played an excellent really good job of hitting and During the game Tim Crews
Hurse. with the performance of the we can be ready for St. seven good but was game with Mike Gaskins he hit a linebacker real hard led in the rushing department
"We will have to play better gridders last Friday night Augustine," says Hurse. very formance pleased of with the per- playing exceptionally well," and even knocked his helmet running 28 times for 162 yards.
Buchholz was more Dwight Barber, says Steele. Barnes followed him
offensively than we did against Buchholz High School Bruce
against Buchholz to beat St. when the teams tied 14-14. aggressive than Ocala Donnie "Sewell and Steve Ronnie Hall got the best Tigers Los with 72 yard from nine
.
Register,
Augustine," says Hurse. "We are veryvery disap- Vanguard and St. Augustinewill says Sexton. defensive back of the week carries. Quarterback( Greenran
Two of the outstanding pointed in the outcome of the be more agressive than Senior tackle Steve Register award for his good job of intercepting (From for 28 yards in five
work received the defensive Page 10))
linemen on the St. Augustine game, but I thought Buchholz so we've got a ball and a good carries.
offensive line are Ken good defensive and offensive cut out for us and have got to lineman of the week award, run back "They have good personnelwith Green threw 14 passes and
Selmore left have a good week's practice to because he played a heck of a "I feel like we improved 100 six of them for
at tackle. He is ball, but the mistakes will kill defensive a fullback named Cobin completed an
very big and strong and quick you every time," says Head beat SA, according to with Hurse."I the Sexton. game according. to per cent over last week but who goes over 200 pounds anda average for 36 per cent.
> Tornado Coach David Hurse. was very pleased just faced a better passing tough offensive and Steve Register and Sheldon
defensive playing. Any time "We got a good steady attack that had "
Bradford fumbled the ball good speed defensive tackle (Kent Hodge led the defense with
'
performance from
can hold your opponet to Terry says Coach Steele four tackles and three assists
four times you named the
and Buchholz Woods) who was as
34 yards rushing you've got a Hayes at split end, Early "If we get the same
FLORIDATHEATRE recovered two of them. per- Gainesville Sun's Defensive each. Donald Loper, Terry
"We ha ve.no excuses really good ball club, and I was Chandler at linebacker, formance again in St. Back of the Week for his Hayes and Donnie Sewell all
Donald
UELSUBSTITUTIONthe at and
with the Loper tackle
pleased with little
'We tell our ball players the especially Augustine just a performance against P.K.Y.STA'I'IS'1'ICS made three tackles.
Sheldon
team that makes the fewest front defensive seven, says Hodge at end, says more aggressiveness we'll be o :
mistakes usually wins the Defensive line Coach MikeBuchholz Sexton. in good shape( for SA and the LB. at
"We played a good "
rest of the season, com- 14
ballgame, except for one play, mented Steele. 5 First Downs
85 Yds Rushing 203 WISH I'D SAID
Showtime-Weekdays 7:00 Btich and we had people in positionto "We look the best we have
: (From 33
.2 Yds. Passing
Page 1 0)) make the play but they yet says offensive Line THAT
3
PC-PA-PI
4
3:00 didn't, says Defensive Butch ; -.
Sunday : Saturday 1:00 Coach Redding. We
down to the Buchholz 14 yard 3 Fumbles Lost 1
score. sacked up on his own 10-yard line where it was first and ten. Secondary Coach Keith came off the line like we are 30 Yds penalities 45
The conversion kick by Trell line. An off-sides penalty, Crews took the carry on first Steele capable of"
Friday 7130Saturday Hardy was wide as Bradford however, was called againstthe down and picked up 3 yards. The strong side of the line According to Jones, the I
maintained a one point lead 7- Tornadoes and Buchholzgot Barnes picked up four yardson Squeaks did a agood job and especially offensive) line has worked hard
6 with 5:06: remaining in the its third big break of the second down after almost Gary Wallace who receivedthe this week. Changes include "People who live in glasshouses
1130 4: 3D 7130: quarter. game. best offensive lineman of ,
breaking loose for the score.A Richard Walmsley a second- might as! well answer
Sunday Moving the ball from their On the second kickoff, third down carry by (From Page 10)) the week award, according to string defensive tackle who the door bellDuane')

own 24, the Tornadoes carriedthe Cromwell fielded the ball and Barnes netted only one yard running back Glen DeSue Redding. has been moved up to starting C. iHjiKs; !, New London
3tOO 6iOO: 9:00: ball out to Bradford 44 after momentarily losing it, got Steve Register, Donnie
found
and Ronnie Jones,
and the Tornadoes center, Iowa Journal
,
the ball and carried it nine ( )
yard line before punting it raced back 67 yards for the and Sewell, and Terry Hayes did a middle
themselves with a fourth moved up to guard.
away on fourth and inches. score down the right sideline yards to the 42 yard line. On good job( in the eamp
The wait is over! I one situation from the six yard the next play DeSue was
Green got off a good kick as after getting around the line. Coach David Hurse then
thrown for loss of two ,'
yards
a
1 b thrill the punt rolled out of boundson Tornado wide man. in the field goal team and
sent
them back to the 40
u can putting
the Buchholz 15 yard line Just 19 seconds after the
Green attempted a 14 yard
Bradford scored its second yard line. DeWtt: C.
again to the The 'Cats could do nothing touchdown, Robinson hit boot remaining.A which.fell short with 4:12: On third down quarterback Jone"

soundin against the Tornado front line Warren Jackson with a sprintout both Jimmy Prevatt completed his
happiest the conversion barrage of passes by only pass of the night to
and forced into pass on
were punt teams in the final minutes all
Emmett for 27 yards FUNERAL HOME
attempt to tie the score at 14- Bright
world.
all the formation on fourth and 10. fell incomplete as the game taking BHS to Eastside's 33
14.After ended in a 14-14 tie. yard line. STARKE FLORIDA
Bradford failed to
tt Ronnie Hall fielded the punton move the ball following the Then Prevatt was caught
the 50 yard line and on a kickoff, Buchholz moved the behind the line for a loss of
fourth and fifth effort, scored ball down to the Bradford 48 STATISTICS seven yards putting BUS AnnouncementAmbulance
his second touchdown of the on a 32 pass from Robinson to BItS BUCHHOLZ back to the 40 yard line with a
night. Hall was apparently Greg Boston. 13 First Downs 3 second down situation with
tackled on the five yard line, Two consecutive 249 Yds. Rushing 34 less than a half-minute left in
passes will be discontinued
but managed to shake loose then fell incomplete and on 54 Yds Passing 105 the game. Prevatt tried service by DeWittC
from a host of tacklers to go in third and ten, Ronnie Hall 6-14-0 PC-PA-PI 3-14-2 another pass that was intercepted -
for the score. picked-off a 'Cat pass for the 2 Fumbles Lost 0 by Eastside at its Jones Funeral Home on Midnight, Sept. 30th,
Green's kick was again goodas Tornadoes. 5 Penalties 20 own 35 yard, line.
the Tornadoes took a 14-6 With Bruce Barnes Eastside was unable to do
pickingup 1973. The Board Of Commission has
lead with 11:44 remaining in 34 yards on two carries and Score by Quarters: anything with the ball and the County
the game. Crews 12 on a Bradford game went to them 86.
The lead was to be short moved the ball carry.from its 40 BUS-7 0 7 0 14 "We really had good team served us notice of contract termination on the

.."...........,..N...." lived, however. On the Buchholz 0 6 8 .14 effort. They didn't move the
ROIJCERS...HAMMERSTEINSwemTat1 : following: kickoff Jeff Madisonhad ball against us at all and we're above date. For ambulance service after
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1' t r Food prices getting you More and more of us are aspec's that we do not un- By George Hugglns

1 w down? Attend a FOOD making purchases on one derstand.This week, I'll try to September is slipping away

FORUM, on WEDNESDAY, credit plan or another. We give you some information on and in doing so we will be i
J OCTOBER 3, at 8 p.m. in the need to rate credit-wise, and how the credit system works.To talking about one of the best
AGRICULTURE BUILDINGon to do this we must know how to get credit, you must first beef calf attractions we have
US-301 North in Starke. get the privilege of using fill out a credit application.
had in Bradford County
... -ttiiRSr A panel of consumers, credit. And that's only the The general Informationasked ever You sure want to be at the

? farmers and others, includinga beginning, because onceyou've for will include: your Fair Grounds Saturday afternoon

consumer education gotten that privilege, name, age, marital status, and enjoy everythingthat
specialist, will be on hand to you must know how to keep it. number of dependents, place happens. Noise and action -
discuss the problems and There's more to getting and and length of residence and (
Ron Salter, National Protein president, shows keeping credit than begins when the gate
causes of the recent rapid meets the employment, where you have swings and five beef

plans for plant Improvements. price increases for food. The eye. Mostly, the credit your checking and savings animals open weighing about 350
public Is invited. granting system operates accounts, your other sourcesof each rush into the
Today, we're living in a behind the scenes, and, credit, and the names of two pounds Ten anxious, and active
arena.
therefore, there are or three credit references.This .
credit-oriented economy many FFA and 4-H boys, at the

More About d ors Crowded hearing room awaits testimony of ; C' a information guide. for will credit be usedas in- signal The,boys will charge who are after fast them.and

residents. vestigation.A
lUmplon catch a calf first.
I f_ credit investigation is a strong may
But maybe before he can
study to find out what kind of ,
(From Page 1) and, among other corrective wrestle the calf down enoughto
source" at National Protein
to wash the air coming from credit customer you are. It is
measures, suggested that a halter on him, he may
a put
chemical the rendering ) was and that the necessary in- more extensive than most
John Ketteringham, process r-\\ the
floor sealer is needed on the break loose and give boy
engineer with DPC'sJacksonville inadequate and that DPC plant study to find the sourcesof floor ; people realize, because it's chance. No two
factory
spillage areas waiting a good
district office. could not issue an operating such odors could not be a ( done without you knowing
should be booster have their hands on
paved, a
He said, "We are dealing withan permit "with what they have made under operatingconditions about it. Each creditor you boys may said
should be added to the a calf at the same time. I
lie said that "a r : listed of credit
overall plant engineering now. as a source is all
scrubber to move more air halter him, but they are
problem" adding that the Kettenngham declared that fugitive source" may be contacted and asked several
faster and that heifer calves.
plant's scrubber (mechanism there is "a serious odor compounding the problem needed, to be installed expellers in are the questions concerning what Now Saturday afternoon is
kind of credit account
process cookers. you fish-eating time so get hungry
have, the amount the
He said that the two weeks you owe, and come on soon after, or at
down-time necessary to make amount you usually charge 4:30: so you will have an houror
during a month, the amount of
could be to eat. Our FFA
EDITORIALS such a study used by more
the plant for a thorough cleanup your whether monthly payment, chapters are providing this
you are prompt or
is
fish supper and the price
slow in bills and
The proposed shutdownwas the sources paying of your credit right. Unless you buy a cold
Ron you drink later everything else is
strongly opposed by listed when. you applied lor ,
National free.
Salter Protein
,
credit with them.
president, who said this would The three-part calf

Go To The Horse's Mouth mean loss of pay for the creditor Such information good gives of a scramble will give 15 boys a
very picture
plant's 30 employees, and the kind of credit customeryou calf, Five of the 20 boys en-
would be a hardship on the tering will lose out on a calf.A .
are. You no doubt
can see
four chicken plants bunch of boys and girls
processing Billy S. Marlin shows deodorant spray given to him to the importance of keeping free
will catch
that depend on the Hampton try to a
credit accounts in
inmb.it odors. your good
Any worthwhile project requires a Likewise, the Commission's attorney operation to dispose of their shape.A chicken, maybe for Sunday
stated that with waste products. P. Z. Pitts, an engineer with deodorant, Martin said, "If creditor dinner. Only trouble is that
lot of effort and into a may investigateyour
usually runs anyone Kettcringham said that the Jacksonville firm of you spray some of this in here, credit there will probably be a lot of
varying degrees of opposition before vacant forty or fifty foot lot that was while this might be an in- Reynolds, Smith and Hills, it won't be five minutes till the without the worthiness of credit the Mamas who have never

the goal is reached. platted before Clay County was zoned convenience to the processors, also retained by National loom is empty." bureau. Generally help though a a killed and cleaned and

would be "grandfathered in" and requiring some rescheduling, Protein, explained that the To which Examiner Wood creditor will use the servicesof dressed a chicken. One

Ask anyone who was around when permitted to build on his property.The it would not present a major main cause of trouble was the wryly remarked, "That might a credit bureau for such scramble for a chicken is for
problem. "We need time to No. 1 lagoon, which he offer a solution to lots of investigations.A ages 7 to 9 and one for ages 9 to
Bradford County got its first hard- pull in people with expertise described as anaerobic (one in things." 12. I understand they have

surfaced highwayold State Road 13, statement has also been made-- from Tallahassee and which waste from the plant is Thomas L. Casey, principalof good'credit record is a secured some chickens that

which is now better known as U.S. 301- and unfortunately some people believe Orlando" in order to explore dumped to be consumed by the Hampton Elementary possession that's well worth fly like sea gulls.

and they'll tell you there were those anything that is told them with a every possible emission bacteria through the processof School, offered a letter from protecting. If you have a good Then, horses galore! You

(even some local businessmen) who straight face.. that the rezoning would, source of odors, Kettenngham putrification). Other two of his teachers, Norma record, all you have to do is will probably wonder where
said. continue treating your credit all from and how
lagoons at the plant are Jean Clark and Kathryn B. they come
strongly opposed its construction, per se, increase the tax assessment of In answer to attorney aerobic, and eliminate odors Wigglesworth, protestingodors obligations with the same our people of all ages learned

saying Starke would be ruined by this the property. As every school boy Caleen's question, "Would our from the waste by chemical which they said had sense of responsibility, as in to ride so well. Tommy Reams

link to the outside world because all knows (or should) there is no con- department be in a position at oxidation, using oxygen from been a problem at the school the past. I If you do have is looking for 150 or more

the money here would go out of town nection between zoning and tax this time to recommend the aerators placed in the lagoon. for about a year, "and so problems, it is important that horses Saturday night. Plentyof
issuance of an operating strong atl times that to remain you go to your creditor, explain attractive action and no
because of easy access to Jacksonvilleand assessing. The only possible relation the situation, and work restricted list,
permit? Ketteringham Salter said that a rush!: order outside'would make one part is on the
Gainesville. They never thought, between the two would be if zoning replied, "No." for aerators had been placedin physically ill." out an agreement with your This is a great big family

of course, about the additional money enhanced the value of the property, The engineer added that order to convert the Casey testified that one creditor that will suit your affair.

that would come INTO Starke because which it might very well dobut, on "We had a gray area when we troublesome No. 1 lagoon to morning recently the school financial situation. There is one major change.

people in the trade area could arrive the other hand, if it is not rezoned and issued a temporary permit, aerobic status, and he cafeteria was having fried This year, since I am servingas
and with the continuing odor believed this would largely chicken for lunch, but the odor general chairman and
here without the lake becomes because of
stuck in polluted
easily,
getting _
that has been an easy task!:
problems, we need some solve the problem. was so bad "it turned me off
the mud or sand. overpopulation, it would surely reduce review of design." Hampton residents, who on fried chicken that day." County my wife persuaded me to let

the value of the property. Those who As the lengthy hearing had waited patiently throughthe Leonard A. Hall, living a somebody else announce the I

Glance back through old files of The don't want to pay any taxes certainlywill opened in a jam-packed morning session of expert quarter mile from Hampton Agents program. Well, it was difficult

Telegraph and you'll find there was not have to if their property is County Commission meetingroom witness testimony, were givena Junction, testified that the for me to agree with her, but
chance to air their views odor was so strong on August 7 she usually wins out.
opposition, from some sources, to worth little or nothing show, Salter said he intendedto after lunch, assured by the and 14 it could be "cut with a Notebook I immediately thought of the

every school bond issue; to the first reasonable"we can give Examiner Wood that knife." An asthmatic, Hall one who has worked hard at

paved streets in Starke; to initial For those who might be worried there will be assurance implementationof that everyone would have a chanceto said he had to have special By this program several years

construction and each succeeding about replacing their mobile homes on the best technical ability be heard "if we stay here shots on these dates by an and even though he is teaching

expansion of the power plant, and the lake, the Zoning Commission, at its available" to correct our till Hampton midnight" Mayor and allergy lung specialist congestion.to relievehis BobbyTaylor 1' somewhere vocational else agriculture this year, he

every other civic improvement that September 6 meeting even said that in problems. businessman Arthur Bruno Mrs. Frances Wadsworth, has kept his interest and
lie said that National '
was ever madejust name it. the case of a burned or winddamagedmobile Protein, which converts waste questioned why the corrective newly elected Hampton helped us with this year's

home it could be replaced on from chicken measures were necessary councilman, said that on someoccasions" program all the way through.

Now, of course, there is some opposition the same lot if done in a reasonable plants into a high-protein processing when the plant designers the odor smells like So, David Smith will be in the

to the proposed rezoning of length of time. This would also applyto ingredient for animal and should have and foreseen the horse burning hair chicken feathers between or Committee reports and what high stand is happening.to tell you all about

Lake-- from those who poultry feed, offers the only problem incorporatedpreventive especially decision at the final Calf
Kingsley Agriculturalwhich want to move off an old measures in their 12 midnight and daylight. She Don't miss this big programthis

( it never should have been in the mobile home and replace it with a disposal practical of solution such material.to the design. He noted that none of questioned why this should be, Scramble night indicated meeting Monday that Saturday, September 29.

first place) to Residential B (single newer, more modern one, according to Burning or burying are rot the plant owners lives in the since the incinerator is sup- everything is "Go" for the Go to church on the 30th and

family residences) information at the September 6 satisfactory solutions, he said, area, and questioned if this posed to be self-contained and 1973 edition of this outstandingevent. you will have had a perfect
ending for the month.
"the knew howit odor free.
because
his was ? have
meeting pointing out that company Many people to
smell. He also Mrs. Williams
would Dorothy
,
had spent in excess of $750,000 think that this is a worthwhile
We don't to the
object opposition so protested the "leaky trucks"he mother of Emily, testified the
to construct a pfant to fulfill project to continue their Booster Club
!!
much.that do Perhaps the final and National Protein odor unbearable
was expectedbut we most said was so one
the need in, this part ot for seven years.
object to some of the propaganda thatis ridiculous bit of propaganda, is that a Florida routes through Hampton, day that she called the plant support The only area short this lIoldilUeeting!!

being used, unfairly, in an attemptto person would not even be allowed to Salter said the Hampton site dripping obnoxious fluid from about 6pm. and was told by year is financial support.
that he
the
chicken waste. operator on duty
stall the rezoning so that every rent a room in his home if the lake is was selected as "ideal" Salter replied that to his "had to open the door becausehe Ticket donations being The Bradford Booster Club
because it met the solicited by 4-H and FFA
person with a narrow strip of lakefront rezoned RB. Some scare tactics need requirements of being on a knowledge the trucks did not was cooking blood and members have not reached met Tuesday, Sept. 18 in the

can crowd just as many housing refuting, but this "red herring" is too major rail line, a major high- leak. "On occasions we have couldn't stand it." expectations yet. However, lobby of the fieldhouse.

units on it as possible, with no thoughtof silly to be dignified with a reply. way, having sufficient electric hauled water in them" with no Noting that a majority of members will still be workingat The club voted to send one
leakage whatever, he said. complaints concerned odors athlete to the Fellowship of
the present or future condition of power, and being near the scramble time.
Joseph Keddick, who lives from around 8 or 9 p.m. to Christian Athletics camp.
the lake. Also so that everything froma Since several rezoning opponents processors. one mile from the plant "as daylight, the examiner asked The dollar donation idea felt The Bradford Booster Club
started because
rendering plant to a jook joint can be stated at the September hearing that However, he admitted the the crow flies," testified that why this should be. was that there were a lot many of people sponsors jackets for all

constructed next door to the nicest they did not understand the difference plant ran into trouble when the odor "is unreal"* and must Oglesby replied that odor who would like to participatein athletes who receive a varsity

home, with a few hogs thrown in to between regulations for RB and RC "We found that waste strengthwas be smelled to be believed. He potential is greater in hot sponsoring the Calf letter in the major sports,
greater than anticipated introduced a log of weather and at night becauseof football baseball, basketball
,
lengthy ,
boot.It in Scramble but could not afforda
of
( the fact ,
zoning spite that they'dhad ." The plant also ran dates when the odor had kept the inversion factor, which track and golf. All of these
five months to find out, since the into "extremely severe him awake at night. starts after sundown in this big contribution. Your sports contribute points to the

is being toldwe are reliably petition was first circulated last April) electrical problems," Salter James M Broom said he area. "This tends to hold the donation interested will and tell will us help you make are conference trophy.

informedthat houses now occupying the Zoning Commission allowed them said. Fluctuating voltage lived about 300 yards from the odor closer to the ground due this an annual affair Becoming a member of the
caused electric motors to burn plant and noticed bad odors 15 to atmospheric conditions," activity club entitles the member to
forty or fifty foot lots cannot be rebuiltif another
thirty days, rescheduling a for years to come.
r many
out over a period of six to eight out of the past 30 days. "I Oglesby said. two tickets to the annual
the home should The scramble will "kickorr"
be -
destroyed by continuation of the hearing for October weeks. "It was a once in a moved out in the woods to get Ben F. Watkins, regional football banquet and two

fire. 4 in the courtroom of the old Clay lifetime ordeal," Salter away from bad odors, and now engineer with DPC's nor- dinner at served 4:30: p by.m.the with Bradford a fish tickets to the Spring sports

County Courthouse at 8 p.m. declared. they've followed me," he said. theast region in answer to a FFA always banquet.

Anyone who attended the hearing in The shakedown period "It's putrid. I've even seen the question by Caleen, testified have Chapters.a good meal They for the Anyone wishing to become a
Green Cove ended about the middle of dogs take off, hunting for a that he did not feel that member of the club can join)
Springs on September 6 Between now and that date, we whole family. Give the cook a
December Salter said, and their
gopher hole to stick National Protein carried out by calling 964-7934 or 782-3140
knows this is not the truth because the humbly suggest that anyone who the company believed noses in.. National Protein the terms of their construction break Saturday and eat with or contacting any member of

Zoning Commission was asked this really wants to know the difference everything was operating all should have put their plant 20 permit He said the scrubbing the David Future Smith Farmers.last the club.
year'schairman
very question and the reply was that between the various classifications ot right for a period of weeks. miles out in the woods." process installed was not will be Master of The club will meet Tuesday,

the policy is to consider this a "hard- zoning in Clay County should go to a But heavy rains last May Emily Williams, another adequate to prevent lagoon Ceremonies and will start the Oct. 2 at 7:30: p.m. in the field
occurred at a time when the nearby resident, said her odors. interested
house. Anyone
ship case" and permit the rebuilding ofa realiable sourcea member of the program promptly at 6:45:
waste strength in No. 1 lagoonwas family could no longer enjoy He said there was a greater should plan to attend
home that is "grandfathered in" on a Zoning Commission, the office staff of high, and overwhelmedits outdoor activities, such as odor potential in the anaerobic p.m. After the short

narrow lot. It would certainly make no the Commission, or the Zoning manual capacity, causing putrid cookouts, and found it hard operation, which does not scramble preliminaries will, start.the first You

sense to forbid rebuilding on a forty or itself. odors to escape. "to wash the car with one provide 90 per cent treatmentn should be ready for an hour of and discussion from the
fifty foot lotworth from $8,000 to Salter 1 said that he and other hand and "hold your nose> with all cases. "We want to be fun and entertainment. standpoint of the farmer or

$10,000 (or more) at the present Do not rely on misinformation National Protein be officials the other. sure that the lagoons are big Calves for the scramble this producer, the processor and
wanted "to good neigh- Billy S. Martin Route 3, enough and contain enough distributor, and the
market priceand have it sit there, supplied by those who, for selfish bors" and were "extremely Starke, an employee of ITT- aerators to take care of 'year ranch are in Brooker from the and Paul the Emery J. R. wholesaler and retailer of food

unoccupied, from now to eternity. purposes or other reasons best knownto sensitive to complaints." Rayonier's woodyard located emergency situations," he Wainwright farm in Starke. products. The program should

Common sense should dictate the themselves, would sacrifice In an effort to comply with across the railroad track from said. "Operation and main- They are crossbred calves and be very informative and is
DPC regulations he said his National Protein, said the tenance
fallacy of this argument. Kingsley Lake for personal motives.ijCilj are very important. should put on a good show open to the public.
had retained En- outside couldn'tstand
working Spillage must be cleaned
company men up, before being caught and This is one of our efforts to
vironmental Science and the odor at times, and and areas where this occurs get our people informed
haltered the These on
Engineering, Inc. of one load operator got sick and must be paved." calves will by be colorful boys. and reasons food prices have risen
,
Gainesville to design plant had to go home. He said the Attorney Gene Shaw, should to be fine in the last several months
ORI04 revisions to take care of the men notice some odor "every representing National grow-out cattle fifteen without blaming farmers or)

CO odor problem. day we work," but at times it Protein, said that his client different breeding farms in on anyone of the other handlersof
our county.I
!_ Scott Oglesby, engineerwith is worse than others. intended to comply with food products. It is always
will be
know they a good
the Gainesville firm, Martin drew a laugh from whatever
requirements were
easier to improve the situation
OtrIIMEfR rgrlON p4 testified his willingness to the audience when he made by the Department of County addition Fair to at our show Bradford time. or solve the problems when
G bottle
Q certify that measures exhibited a large of Pollution Control.At people understand the
causes.
All this is to say Saturday is
recommended by his com- deodorant he said a National one point, when the and You will be better informed If
I the
hope
a big day. you
would stop the odors and Protein official gave the examiner asked Shaw to
BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER pany step whole family will be with us. you meet with us October 3rd.
that such changes could be woodyard workers to use to the back of the room so a

Publi.hed each Thursday 'and made In from 12 to 14 weeks.In when the odor became un low-speaking witness would
entered! Mauepacthe Miss Kathy Brown, our / t .
Fl. under Act of March 3, 1879. as Second Class Post Office ac Starke, the meanwhile, certain bearable. have to raise his voice to be Extension Home Economics a I .w"y.VINq.UNGI

stopgap measures could be "But the only place you can heard,Shaw remarked, with a Agent, has planned a Food- S)
Subscription rate in trade area: IS per year: 13,30 aix month. implemented within a matterof use it is inside the office," he glance around at the hostile Forum on food prices at 8:00: -L aiH ..

Phone 954-630 Outside trade area: |7 per yean! $' .00 .ilt months. Starke days, making it possible to said. "We can't load wood Hampton residents, "I'm not p.m., Wednesday, October 3 at =il
Fla. operate the plant with while holding this in one so sure I want to go back Ihe Agriculture Building in (
"minimal odors/ he said. hand." Kelerring again to tne there." Starke.There will be speakers /-\4'1 ;:

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LAW T E Y
CHURCH ACTIVITIESFaith Women held their regular .
:meeting Tuesday morning at son and daughter-in-law, Mr. Postmaster Jeanne L
Baptist Church Radio the home of Mrs. Ernest Decorating by Mrs. mother Mrs. P. L. Dinkins. and Mrs. Don Boyette and announces that a new lets
Program over WPXE 8 a.m. Wells, with Mrs. Wells and McGee. Eight ladies Beverly By Elizabeth Tarry While )here they visited her family, of Lakeland.Mr. drop has been recently
Sundays. Bible School 10 a.m. Mrs. Perry Kemp as present. were son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kuhne stalled in the Lawtey P
Worship Services 11 a.m. and hostesses. Light refreshmentswere Dinkins of were dinner guests of their office, for mail on which y
and Mrs. Charles
7:30: p.m. School on Bible served first followed by and Mrs. Tommy Clayton and Mr. and Mrs.. Robert Mc brother-in-law and sister would like a Lawtey Po;
Doctrine, Tuesday, 8 the meeting. Mrs. Coss gave PERSONALS son, of Jacksonville.Mr. Clellan and Jeffrey,of Starke. Starke. Chief and Mrs. Vernard mark. This drop is mark
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Cox
pastor's home. gayer the devotional. After briefly and Mrs. Sam Minton, Mr.and Mrs.S.D.Andrews, are Hughes and family of Green "FOR LOCAL POSTMAf
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Howe the proud parents of a baby
of visited Mr. and of
Meeting Hawthorne, Wildwood, spent Sunday Cove Springs on Sunday
Wednesday 7:30 ONLY".
: p.m. discussing business the of Lakeland, born Sept. 18 in St. The mail fro
spent; ; Thursdayof Mrs. Harold Eunice and afternoon with girl
Bible Study. meeting was adjourned. last week with Mrs. Elvie their parents, Vincent's Hospital evening. Helen Kelly and Lawtey Post office has be-
Grace United Methodist Fourteen ladies attended. Reddish. family on Tuesday. Mr, and Mrs. Fred Moore. Jacksonville. Paternalgrandparents John were Saturday overnight processed under the An
Church-Sunday School 9:45 Lynn Boch spent Sunday Jackie Pons Eddy West- guests of the Hughes and Mail
Highland Baptist Church Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dinkins Richard are Mr. and Processing System at tl
afternoon with Miss Sheila cott.
Barr Jim returned home with their
a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. Sunday School 9:45: a.m. and David Jacksonville Sectional Cent FI
of St. Augustine Mrs. Roy Cox. Maternal
and 8pm. MYF Sunday night Worship services, 11 a.m. and spent last weekend with their, Elixson, of Worthington Bacheman, and Frank grandparents are Mr. and parents.Randy. Post Office for over a yea
followed by Choir Practice. 7:30: .m. Prayer Meeting Springs.Mrs. Langston were Friday Fields, son of Mr. This means that the mail
p parents, Mr and Mrs. Carl Mrs. Harold Norman. The yi
Mrs. Selma Eunice spent overnight guests of Jackie'sgrandmother and Mrs. Jack Kuhne was a
Truby Wainwright, Wednesday 7:30 placed In the outside box or
p.m. Carter and
Mrs. P. L, great grandmother is Mrs.
Mrs. Hermie Kelly, Mrs. Leo followed by Choir Practice. Dinkins. the weekend with her son-in- Mrs. Bryant Rafuse. weekend guest of John( Riggs, the post uffice has bee
Dyal. and Miss Arthurine law and daughter, Mr. and Reddish. They with Mrs. Myra of Brooker. ,cancelled with Jacksonvll
Mrs. George Roberts and Mrs. Tom and family, Reddish attended football Mrs. E. W. Williams and I
Blanchard attended the Barry a Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee postmark. We hope that tl
Miss Arthurine Blanchard son, of Wellborn, and Mr.. and
Gainesville in Jacksonville. game at Macclenny. attended the Lee Reunion at
Financial Interpretation attended the Summerlin of use of this new letter drop wl
funeral
of
Mrs. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. J, Mrs. George College Park, Ga., on Sunday
Workshop for The Lawtey Home Makers Keefee Harrell for be an added convenience I
at Giddens- Lake City, stopped by a
United Methodist Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kuhne F. Robertson's grandson, 9. They visited their son-
Women at Club meeting was held at the Griffith Funeral Home in visit with their brotherinlawand Sept. our customers in the Lawte
were last Sunday overnight Bryan Cowan are happy to in-law and daughter Mr. and
the Wesley United Methodist Agricultural Building in Jacksonville sister Mr. and Mrs. area and will help kee
Church in Gainesville .on Starke on Thursday morning.The morning. Saturday guests of their brotherinlawand learn that he will receive his Hubert Priest, Mrs. Manuel Martinez:, of Fort LAWTEY ON THE MAP. A
sister, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. National Honor Society Awardon on Wednesday.Mrs. Worth Texas, while on their
Monday. main feature other mail will continue to b
was a
Mrs. .
Horace( Cox of Waldo Maines Griffis and
,
The United Mobley( of Tampa. Thursday,27th, at Lee High vacation.
Methodist demonstration of Cake processed by the Jacksonvill
spent Thursday with her Mrs. Les McClellan School, Jacksonville. The children, of Palatka spent Sectional Center office .
returned home from Robertson Swindells, and Sunday afternoon with her' Mrs. Robert Lee visited her
Memorial Hospital in Mrs. Edith Swinney will at mother Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon *
Jacksonville last Friday. tend the service.Mr. and sister, Mrs. Daisy L. Peterson of Keystone Of course, it ilorsn't
While in the hospital, her son and Mrs. Burney Boch. Heights on Sunday. Her father make much difference
THAT SEASON IS HERE AGAIN and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Dobbs and granddaughter, Mrs. C. R. Crews spent returned home from If you win or lose.

...... Mrs. Ronnie McClellan, of Tammy,of Jacksonville, were Friday until Tuesday with her Memorial Hospital on Sunday What counts is what
,,'"..,. Jesup Ga., visited her. Her Sunday dinner guests of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. after spending two weeks the rest of the leagueis
\ guests on Saturday were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arlie daughter, of Jacksonville there doing.
i. mother, Mrs. Robert Futch, Dobbs. Other guests of the who spent Sunday afternoon
.... Mrs. John Devore Mrs. J. R. Dobbs were their soninlawand with the Dobbs.
.,"." ....'. ''; '".....' wI1"-, Raiford Mrs. Maxie Reddish, Ernest Hewitt, of Tallahassee Jr. and family, and their GAINESVILLEBusiness
_!It ,f I\'; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jones, of who spent Saturday andSunday parents. Mr. and Mrs. O. J.
"'. \'" I ( Starke and Mrs.Azure Johns with them. Also Mr. Boyette, Sr., of Lake City
4........p." (( of Jacksonville. On Sunday and Mrs. Joey Dobbs and spent the weekend with their

/) DirectoryAUTO



Water RecedingOn SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES


BRASINGTON Johnson& Faria.Inc.

CADILLAC OLDSMOBILE SEEDSPLANTSSALES -
i Half Moonlocated & SERVICE Intecticidei Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS
Fin. selection of Used Cars
Taken On Cadillac Trades W. Rant Fertiliser Spreaders
2001 H.W. (3th Ph. 378-5301 224 N.W. Bth Ph. 378-0476
Water continues to dr op in the Half Moon Lakech on State Road 100.

area since the outfall dit, on Half Moon has been have Torrential added rains to the in the area BEAUTY ACADEMY GLASS
When the rush of fall activities problemwith
deepened and opened a::nd canals cleared through water flowing from the POWELL'S
Putnam County.Half chain of lakes originating in LIDDELL
Camp Blanding, flowing into Beauty Academy
tightens schedule makean Magnolia Lake Lake Glass
up your Moon has dropped 25 1- subsided and is open to traffic. Brooklyn, Keystone Lake, Learn a Profession In Your Company
2 inches since September 8, Water covering State Road 100 Spar Tim. Full G r PatTI "Gloss For Every Purpose"
dropping three inches bet. is being controlled by a pump Lake Geneva, Old Field Pond, ,.,. Store Fronts
end run down to HandyWay.We've ween last Thursday to Mon and sand bags lining the high- Mirrors
under State Road 100 into the 21" N.W. 10 th. 378.2766 Tub Enclosures Showers
day.Putnam way., reservoir in Half Moon Lake.
asked Furntures Tops Glos.R.ploc.d .
County The natural outfall from Half
conditions have
got the game plan for grant Governor a two Reubin week extension Askew on to been Flooding plaguing Half Moon and Moon to the Prairie had grownup t

the declaration of state of Putnam residents since the with weeds and debris ELECTRICMotor NEW LOCATION

emergency last week but it middle of July. Residents Repair Co. 1228 So. Main Gainesville
hearty appetites and quick meals was denied. The governor have been fighting the rising through the years and the
rejected this proposal but water with sand bags and water was unable to flow Of Gainesville. Inc. 372.8191 372.1102
offered the county the blocking up their homes to nat.'rally. as it should have, Repa+ring RewindingN
assistance of the Departmentof keep the water out of their on through the {prairie' and And PICTURE FRAMES
that will with Used
score big residences. Falling trees,
canals
Putnam
your Transportation and through in _2816 N.W. 6th Ph. 372.8318 Creative.
Department of Natural their roots loosened by the County on its route to the St. -
Resources which would water soaked ground have Johns River.Governor. MOVERS C intern Framing 1
favorite fullback.OUR accomplish the same purposeas also been a danger.. Septic Rubin Askew With
an extended state of tanks and wells covered with declared Half Moon and Long Distance Moving A l "
emergency. the rising water, polluting the Putnam areas a disaster area Storage Packing Personal "
"QUICKOPENER"(, PLAY LETS ,YOU, IN AT 7:00: A.M. AND After the meeting held last lake and drinking water, have September 5, after frantic Crating Shipping Touch u s,
week on the matter of Putnam also created a drastic health residents demanded some Free Estimates Oval Mats Prints Originals'
WE STAY OPEN 'TIL 11:00: P.M. WITHOUT EVER BEING CALLED County placing a dam in Clay problem. relief to the flooding situation. Call
V Vlldllfe' Etchings
Drawings
County at the outfall on Putnam County has waged a Since that time through the
FOR "DELAY OF THE GAME." Magnolia Lake, Clay County war with Clay County in which efforts of the Department of : 372.4366 373.4610
filed a resolution opposing the they placed the blame for the oration, the NationalGuar !00 .M.E. 16th. 3731 W. Univ.'
construction of such a dam over abundance of water and Putnam County
or permanent to flowing into Half Moon lake Civil Defense the water has MUSIC
temporary
WE LIKE YOUR STYLEJOIN THE TEAM Governor Askew. through the natural outfall continued to recede. Van Service. Inc.

George Duck, Civil Defense 3540 N.E. Waldo Rd. G'.i II. BALDWINPIANOS
WE'LL' MAKE YOU AN ALL-AMERICAN Director for Putnam County, 372-4271

stated the proposal of placing Farmer Gets Less Than Half A ORGANS
such a dam on Magnolia had AUTO SALES SERVICE
been rejected) as the water
OPEN 7:00 A.M. TO 11:00: P.M. EVERY DAY was beginning to flow rapidly of Food DollarLatest BLOUNT PONTIAC CHOICE OF THE ARTISTS
through it's natural course in CMS., INC.
Putnam County. 4JPJ. .
Charles DeLuca, a figures from the Ever wonder how much of ai.ouNr
homeowner on Half Moon, Department of Agricultureshow your food dollar actually goes MUSIC Co.
stated he had given his per. that farmers last year to the fellow who producedthe
received of 40
Handu-lUati for Putnam to an average food? G'ville
mission County cents from each dollar you Authorimed. Shopping Cen.
open another outfall locatedon spent at the store for farm- Factory 372.5351
his property, which will produced foods.If Pontiac
enhance the outflow of water The USDA study also SalesPartsService
showed that the typical 210 N. Main Ga.nesnlle, Fla.
from Half Moon into the you bought a dollar'sworth household
spent $1,311 for 372-25S3
of canned in 1972
FOOD STORES r prairie. This operation is to corn farm-produced foods at the Klrky'i Mtkll Htm
the farmer who that
begin next week. grew store in 1972. CAMPER SALES 8. SERVICE
The water across SR-26 has share.corn got only 11 cents as his R.,.Ir &. Sep ls) 'Int.Authorised .

Other food items and the This was 33 per cent more [ DealersFor
farmer's share of the dollar than the same food cost 20 -a--- G.iinnville.
spent are: white bread-IS: years ago but farmers' share Erans-Int.rthen,
cents; frozen peas--16 cents: rose only 13 per cent. Biggest CAMPER MART, INC. Siegler Heating &
potatoes 27 cents; dried factor in the increase was
beans-43 cents; fryers-49 processing and marketingcosts. 3111 N. Main Gainesville Air Condi;ting Equin
cents-and eggs-57 cents. .
SAVE J7S-2954 T Bay Service D.pt. Accessories. Supplies

Complete' Camping Stor. Parts and Service
Sales Concord Volunteer

Sm, key, Midas, Adventure
SPRINTINGOperate Whaelt, Harris, Monitor Fan 4500 N.W. 6th $t. Gometville

Explorer, Sports Coach 378-8902

\\ ( LIKE STRIKIN

& n@e.fZ

Li; = ? COBIA

l l FABUGLAS GAINESVILLE JOHNSON

(( ) r4 j 111r ,,... '\ MOTORS

R3 WITH PRICES LIKE THESE r
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N 60x24 OAKRI G E 3 bedroom with family room Phone 378-1591 LYNN HAMILTON


($20000 OVER COST) In Top 55 HP Johnson 14H! FablJ las Trailer $1495IZOilP

1 Mercury' Cruiser 17' Larson Trailer 795

other double-wides as low as 6995 Form. 160 tiP Mercury Cruiser 19' Larson Cruiser Tandem
.
12 wides starting at $ 3 9 9 5 Axle Trailer.34)5>

Whatever forms need
Young American repossession, small equity you
and assume payments. for yoi/r business. bills, ledgers, CARS CARS CARSMDEPENDABLE

labels, work sheets, envelopes, TRANSPORTATION
Ask about out lease purchase plan.
letterheads, file cards. count on SERVICE AFTER

OLD MEDAL MOBILE HOMES us for expert help. We'll be happyto THE SALE

4620 NW. 13TH ST give you suggestions.Ask .
376.1452 4c, OWNED 8 OPERATEDBY

GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA ..t- for free Estimates A STARKE MAN

47b Quality, PrintrrsBradford; Marchant Auto Sales

V : County GAINESVILLE
!1t 163 S E. 3RD AVE. '

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Pineapple . 4 20 CANS 01 $1 Family Bread 20 LOAF 01. 26C Cluster Rolls 3 Jlsi. 89 Green Onions 2 PKGs.49c

SAVE 20c THRIFTY MAID CUT DEL MONTE GRAND TOUR BARTLETT SUPERBRAND TWIN POPS OR

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LOTS Zoned for mobile homes
,CLASSIFIED AD RATES STEAM CLEANING Engines of and houses. Several sub eoooooooaooooooos
all types, automotive, farm INSURANCEAT

day Deadline Noon for preceding Insertion Thursday Tues- 9648359.machinery.tfchg Boyd Service, Ph t: FOR SALE $95 divisions down. Monthly choose from.payments Only CARL BEGGS REDUCED RATES BILL'S C.B. RADIO & EQUIPMENT

I before publlcatlon. to suit your budget. Ph. 468 Gulf Service AUTO. FIRE BOAT 321 N. TEMPLE AVE

I Minimum Charge $2.00 1551 or 964-8331. tfchg DOYLE E. CONNER STARKE. FLORIDA

(Covers 15 Words) INSURANCE AGENCY 964-8346 OR 964.8361JOHNSON
FOR SALE Farmall Cub tractor tchn
Each word over 33, lOt with mower disc, cultivator, ----- ------- USED
All Classified Ads must be LOST AND FOUND planter and fertilizer 123'SNEW

paid for in advance unless distributor. $1,275. 9648253. GE COLOR TV, now t.ionr RETAIL PRICE $159.95

you have established acc- Itp '$179.95, with trade. Brand PARTSFor
new, at Dahmer's Discount
ount with the Telegraph, in House. 11.11 JIMMY MOORE'SSuSprts HUNTING SEASON
that STRAYED Solid white German ------------ 9tchg
event SOS extra
for billing. Not responsible charge Shepherd female. If seen, Most Makes Tf Cars SPECIAL $124.95
notify J.B. White. Phone 964-
for errors when given over 6114.2tchg FOR SALE Mobile home with 24 Hr. Wrecker Service MORE BOAT FOR DISCOUNT ON BASE & MOBILE UNITS
the phone,or when copy is 10 x 40 front addition. Car- t FOR RENT 1 YOUR MONEY
-- --- --- ---
not typed and brought to peted living and dining room. Hwy 301 N. Waldo BILL SAYS DON'T WAIT TILL LAST MINUTE ON THESE
the office, Call Bud 964 Stark Ph.
LOST in Hampton area, one Harley at -5600 or Phone 468.1998 964.5791 HUNTING SEASON SPECIALS
black Scofield Reference 9647317. Itp

Bible. If found please Ph. 431- Complete" Outboard ft. Stem HOME OF MAGNETIC
1775. Reward offered. ------------ FOR Drive Service and Repair.
1tp RENT 12' wide mobile SIGNS 72 HOUR SERVICEExperienced
;
MISCELLANEOUSMOBILE homes outside city limits. J.B. LONG Complet Fiberglass Repair
CHAMPHome
---------- -- White. Ph 9646114. Custom built
If
FOR SALE -4 x 7 Utility trailer no Flb.rgl.ssFishing
cypress bed, new tires, spring answer call 9646152. tfchg Boat.
body $150.00. 473-4305. No and Building =S=B=
HOMEREPOSSESSIONS r HELP WANTEDHELP ] collect calls Crystal Lake. Up ----- ------- Materials

MOBILE HOME for rent 2 BR, WE BUILD/ Cutter
1, 2, 3 or 4 BEDROOMS ------------
SEVERAL TO CHOOSE FROM air conditioned, large lot, "Your Plant Or Ours MILLEt Ir...
utility shed, in 473-
county.
TRANSFER FREE WANTED. Service TV Color picture tubes only $79 3237. Itp Your Lot Or Oor ."
GAINESVILLE 372-1J plus labor, Dahmers Discount. GROUP INSURANCE
Itchg 927NOTICE station attendant part time tfchg FREE ESTIMATES
midnight to 8 a.m. 9648253. ------------
------------ 1tpHELP Remodeling Repair C PAID VACATIONS
----- -------
All RENT LEASE Mobile Home Addition VOLKSWAGENNew
shoes that have .
PAID HOLIDAYS
been In shop 30 days or ----- -- ----- space, BRADFORD PARK. Horn. Bought Sold
must be picked at more FOR SALE automatic washer, City water & sewer, $30 Traded 8 U.ed
up once. $25 Phone 964-8149 after 6 monthly $300 yearly. N. Sol. o SALARY OPENPERMANENT
Slone Service
Shoe Repair, 114 W WANTED- Mature lady to 'WI
ACREAGE FOR SALE
Call p m 1tp 1 Temple.ADULT PARK. 5tchg
St. Itp live in and care for elderly
couple In modern home in 9.27 9444153Hwy. '
1 Mi. North of the Mall
------------
--- ------ --- Starke, close to all con- 301 S. Stork.
TF (
veniences. Call 473-3224 for GARAGE SALE Sept. 29 3 GAINESVILLE & STEADY

WILL baby sit In my home. Call details. 1tp wheel bike lawn mowers, HOUSES FOR RENTFOR I
9647498 1tp used tires, compost mill, leaf
-- --- ----- -- raker girls shoe skates misc. Your Farm EMPLOYMENTCadillac
items. 426 N. Walnut St. 964- United
------------ Real
Estate
5390. Itp Agency, Inc

TEACHING piano to beginnersor AUTOMOBILESUSED ------ ------ RENT 5 room furnished, 2 BrokerBUY ,Htg. Real Estate Broker
advanced students. Ages 7 bedroom house. Quiet neigh- Paul
S Irene Faulkner
and up. Phone 9647710. Itp 24 x 65, 4BR, 2 full baths with borhood. 782-3279, Box 153, SELL TRADEAPPRAISALS .
den. Deluxe throughout. Lawtey. 2tp 10-4 Associates Uniform Co.

------ ------ Small Transfer and assume 206 S. Water Street
FOR SALE 1964 Ford pickup, 66 payments. Gainesville 376- ------------ Call Bill Powell Starke, Flo. 964-5065
SUB CONTRACTOR engine, excellent running 9934, dealer. Itchg 9-27 441 E.
Elec- BROWNLEE
trician will do condition, new paint $650 Ph. 964-6464 WANT TO SELL OR
and
remodeling 964-8087. MARTIN CAMPUS BUY REAL ESTATE*
4tp 10-4 ----- ------
repairs 9648087. 4tp 10-11
FOR SALE Elcon travel trailer. U.S. 90( West Lake City 24 Hrs. A Day Call Us For Best Prices

-- --- -- ----- 1965 22 ft. self contained, Phone 752-3723 Prospect Waiting
I
tlchq
extra clean. $1495. Ph. 964- For Beit Selection Of \

SWAP lot on Suwannee River, HOUSES FOR SALEFOR 6262 or 964-8417. Itp TRAVEL TRAILERS POULTRY EQUIP OF PRODUCERS NEEDED FOR

septic tank, well and elec-
----- ------- MINI-HOMES/ ALL KINDS.R. GREEN PINE FENCE POSTSIN
tricity for tractor, give or take.
Ph. 4681155, Hampton Itp TRUCK CAMPERS .
SALE Two, 3-bedroom FOR SALE 2 bedroom 1 bath AND TOPPERSFull Q. Simmons THIS AREA

------- ----- homes each with onehalfacre trailer, air condo and dishwasher 1-
lot, 5 miles out on State Furnished or unfurnished / Line Of Parts And Equip Co. [FIAT WITH EQUIPMENT. OR WE WILL

Road 16. Very low down 12 x 64. Ph. 533- Service SUPPLY EQUIPMENT
SLADE PLUMBING Specializingin payment. Make offer Call 2101. 2tp 9.21 TP 317 E 8ro wnloo St. Sales Parts Service
new residential work collect. Ocala, 629 5985 or
remodeling light commercialand Jacksonville, 733-0056. Stork Flo. New and Died
4tchg --- -- --, ttae -
repairs. Free estimates. 376- USED IMPORT CARS THE CONINE CO.

1 9625. 3tp 9-27 - -- - FOR SALE Good
I spinet piano. An Phone 964-6819
HAIFBED AUTO HOMEHVILLE. GA. ((912)) 487-2514
Call 964-6475 after 6 p.m.2tp -
- -- - FOR SALE Mobil. Home*
New 3 bedroom 927 tfchg .IMPORTS, INC.
brick veneer, 2 baths, living SINGLES & DOUBLE WIDESExpanse
REAMES AND THORNTON room, kitchen and 509 E. UniversityGoin.svill..372.4313
gas dining -- -- -- --- Room & Add
line and water line main- area. Good location. ; T F
On Room
tenance also service for gas Financing available. Call $244 Per Acre! Colorado40Acres. Free Delivery" and, Set Up Riley FREE
;
appliances 24 hours service. Buford Mitchell, 964-6853. Phone 964-6061 : ,
Ph. 964-7730 or 964-8279.4tp. tfchg Surveyed near River, 100( MILE RADIUS .
10-11 A Mile and a Half High in the BANK 0. C. C.rnM NvrMry ESTIMATES
FINANCING/ Co ,
Colorado Rockies. $95 down Paving -
------------ Thou onda of Plant -::.-.. -
-- -- - $95 per month, total price HWY 17 NORTH Fruit Tree, Shod. Tree*.
Strout Realty, Inc.NO $9,750. Financed at 6 percent GREEN COVE sin Driveie'ay91Parking Evergreens, Cornellio.

WORK WANTED Male accountant Call Owner 806-376- T.I. 284-5001 .264-7311 Azalea. Rote WELLS ELECTRIC SERVICE
and-or office CITY TAX 8690. 1tp Lots Matt In Can Plant AnytimeLANDSCAPING I (Eilabluhed 1949)

manager, 25 years experience.Best 3 Bedroom Bungalow Acre
----- --- --- 23 MI. S.E. Of Stark. 744 N. Thompson Starke
of references, also wife Lot, Town Edge. Just $11,000 PUMPS I

wants cashier job, typist in Public or Relations accounts, A.J. 964-6162 THOMAS-REALTOR NEW AND USED I Day 473-2127 Floraheme Hwy. 100- 659.2165 ; : 24 years of Fast Service, Fair Pricesand

payable and receiveable. Will PAVED ROAD FRONTAGE Associates SALES Nights 473-2102 Quality WorkmonsMn make us prove It I

work as a team Ph. 259-4098 Fred Sackett 468-1753
or Box 356, Mdcclenny. 9- 2 bedroom, 5 miles from town, Lillian Pearson 782-3806 PARTS !I'.O( DrjinerF f
27 8250. SERVICE tear :Jee --------- -

$4,000 handy man special D..p and Shallow/ Well Ke>-stoiu> H .!i-,..
WE HAVE ;
- -- AVAILABLE
$9,000 2 BR, 1 bath frame A&H ROOFING
Acreage from one acre to 10,000 $15.600 3 BR, 1 bath block Fla. Se.lIice

WANTED horse $17,500 3 BR, corner lot
saddles, what
have you got? Dahmers TO BUY OR SELL $18,750 large frame-terms Plumbing SuppliesEXPERT TF 4t. 259 N. Bay St.

Discount. tfchgINTERESTED Strout Realty, Inc. $38,000 4BR, 1 acre SERVICE
Phone 964-6609 Farms from 3 to 75 acres ON' ALL MAKES INSURED Sturke 964-6680
2117 N. Temple Ave. Land from 19 50
------ ------ to acres -
Starke PHONE 964.7061DURRANCE S SAVE1 FREE ESTIMATES Call Billy AlvarezSPECIALIZING.
------------
in baby sitting at PO. BOX 605
Vernie P. Odom associate FRED DAVIS
home. For details Phone 964- 964 WE NOW HAVE diamond
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HAMPTON AREA NEWSBy attendance. ::-J:

SENIOR CITIZENSThe Richard Ezzell, physical "
education director, outlined ', Community
Hampton Senior Josephine Fontaine plans for organized structural KNOW:
Citizens met Sept. 21 with a activity on the school grounds.
good attendance. Plans were Touch football groups are
made for a rummage sale to BIRTHDAYS CORRECTION being organized along with News
begin the week of Oct. 1, at the softball, baseball, and .
Hampton Fire House. This Scott Bruno 11 years old In the front page story on parachute activities. Mr. THE LAW :

will be for the benefit of both Sept 23. Wayne Scott, 15: years the Hampton Council meetingIn Ezzell said also that a
the Volunteer Fire Dept. and old, Sept. 24.HAMPTON. last week's Telegraph, basketball court is being I
the Senior Citizens. The certain remarks made at the planned, and an obstacle court tl r by Frank WilliamsRepresentative By Elizabeth, Civens: Walker
Firehouse will be open from 5 AREA NEWS meeting by Chairman Glover may be acquired. Physical

p.m. to 7 p.m. Monday thru were incorrectly attributed to fitness tests will be given with i I DELL CHAPTER OES invited to attend. Various
Friday and all day Saturday Mrs. J. G. Adkins Mr. Parker, the marshal. prizes and trophies awardedto Choirs of the city will be
this will be Oct. 1 to 6. We also celebrated her with These statements were made and
birthday a boys girls par District 25 Dell Chapter 168 OES will present, to appear on the
bake sale for by Mr. Glover in an exchangewith
plan a Saturday.Oct. party given by her three ticipating. program.
>ld its regular meeting
6, combined with the daughters, and their familiesat Mrs. Fontaine. The Mr. Casey announced plans a. i
i lursday (tonight) at 8 .
rummage sale. The door prize Lake Geneva. Those Telegraph regrets the error for tennis courts to be erectedon members are asked p.m.II to New Bethel Baptist Church,
Mrs. Nannie Mrs. Joel Smith and apologizes to all con- the school _
was won by present were grounds,and will be present and on time. Rev. Leroy Davis pastor.
Watterson and prizes and Mrs. Calvin cerned. welcome volunteers for this please
game family itf/d legislature Department of Revenue is Tuesday night at 7:30: ,
went to Buck Dennison, Ruth Richard! and family and Mrs. project.Mrs. me law Prayer Meeting. Bible Class
enacted a revising responsible for the administration CHURCH NEWS
HAMPTON ELEMENTARY
Dennison, Josephine )Fon E.M Prevatt and family. Connie Clark outlined completely the "Florida of this Wednesday night
taine, Eugene Taylor and Bill Mrs. Adkins' birthday was SCHOOL NEWS plans for the Safety Programand Revenue Sharing Act cf 1972" parLThis Greater Bethlehem
Maxwell. The next meetingwill Sept 25, but the party was Rodeo planned for the "Uniform law furthei-crentes the Freewill Church
and creating Baptist Rev.
be one week late as the held Sunday so that all could Hampton Elementary PTA Saturday Sept. 29, from 9 Financial "Uniform Local Government Williams New Bethel Baptist Church
falls attend. met Monday evening in the until Local Government Financial Jasper pastor. and Ebenezer Baptist Church
regular meeting on the a.m. about noon. Florida Management and
and
ReportingAct" Weekly services began with
School Library with the Management members and officers will
night the elected officers Patrol Officer ,
new Highway Safety Reporting Act" which
The latter provides for Ushers Board No. 2 and Choir
will be sworn in at the City SYMPATHY EXTENDEDThe : president, Pat Glover, Sgt Paul Carter, is provides for financial attend the Mt. Sinai Ministersand
all unitsof
No. 3
financial reporting by meeting Monday night.
Hall. So all mark your presiding. Ralph Trisler was supervising plans for the reporting to the Departmentof Deacons Union which will
calenders for Oct. elected Vice President; Mrs. The local government. Senior Choir rehearsed start Thursday, Sept. 27, near
12, 7:30:: Hampton community Rodeo. Hampton Senior Revenue Banking and Finance by
"Florida
Tuesday night
The Prayer
p.m.FRIENDSANDNEIGhBORS. extends sympathy to the Charles Williamson Citizens and the Fire units of local government. Keystone Heights at Pleasant
GeraldBrown Act of 1972, as Meeting was Wednesday
family of Mrs. Lena Keath, Secretary; and Mrs. Department Ladies Auxiliaryare Sharing Grove Baptist Church, Rev.
Committee Sub- The Ladies
revised by night. Circle
) :: who was killed in an Treasurer. assisting in furnishing Every unit of local govern Robinson pastor.
stitute for House Bill 1176, meeting (tonight) Thursday
in- :
Principal Tom Casey
ment is
automobile for this
accident last refreshments event. required to begin its
revenue sharing trust Prayer Band will meet
Peck Dennison and his Friday night. She was the troduced the faculty and The Annual PTA Halloween creates funds for counties and fiscal year on October 1 of night. Dinners will be Friday sold Greater Allen Chapel AME
sister, Mrs. Shirley Norman, sister of Mrs Waters, of welcomed all parents to the Carnival is planned for municipalities. This law each year and end on Sep- from the kitchen Saturday. Church, Rev. B. C. Williams
spent four days at )Fort Myers Waters Grocery. Intermentwas meeting. Mr. Casey emphasized Saturday, Oct. 27, with Mrs. for eligibility tember 30. Sunday is Educational pastor.Sunday School, 10 a.m.
that it the provides Day.
was
visiting relatives. They went in Hampton Harold Waters serving as
Cemetery Missionary service 11 At
a.m.
for units of local will be heldat
by car and enjoyed sight last Monday. purpose of the faculty to assist chairman. This is the principal requirements to participate in The Department of Ad- Morning 11 Worship Dinner served 3 p.m. there will be an
seeing as they made the trip. Also sympathy to the family in teaching children to be fun and moneymakingevent government sharing beyond the ministration is required to file 12:30. a.m.Evening at. honorary service for Mrs.
useful citizens. revenue : Worship 6pm.Mt.
and friends of Johnny Dale of the year. Therefore.Mrs. entitlement for an annual report as to the (Hester Dommon and Mrs.
Brow rick of Longwood, Fla, Membership dues were set Waters will welcome minimum any appeals made by sheriffs and Annie Randolph, two of the
Mr\ and Mrs. J G. Adkins during fiscal year Moriah United
at 50 cents member. All quarter any
who killed the per volunteers to make the its
was in same rulings thereon. This law oldest members of the church.
spent last Monday with and also for apportionmentamong Methodist Church Rev.
are encouraged to Willie
accident that took the life parents Carnival Mr. also adds
friends of a success. Casey provisions relating The public is invited to attend.
and
in Newberry the counties
become PTA members and Stitt pastor. Sunday serviceswill
:Mrs. Keath His intermentwas mentioned that a nice sized to municipal assessment rolls
Johnny Hawkins is in the take an active interest in municipalities based on begin with Sunday School
in has been donated and and schooland
Cottonplant Cemetery, county, municipal
hospital recovering from an pig may formulas. All members are asked to
school affairs. After tallyingthe certain at 10 a.m. An Educational
Marion ; be auctioned at the Carnival.Other district
in County last special millages.
auto accident local work hard toward the termination
Tuesday room count of parents suitable items will be Also governments are This act became effective Workshop will be held Sunday -
present! it was found that the welcomed for the auction. not to use any portion of the July 1, 1973. to acquaint each member with of the Men's Day
received in excess of on October 14. All
moneys the duties of each office in the program
Kindergarten third and fifth Colson Rigdon is retiring on For any further information
the guaranteed entitlement to Captains are asked to please
church Dinner
at 11 a.m. will
tied for 28 after 12
grades September nearly contact Frank
Representative
representationof assign, pledge, or to set asideas be served on the grounds. contact each member to
parents present. Con- years as school custodian. Mr. Williams, P, O. Box 1063,
KEYSTONE trust for the payment of remind them about their duty.
MILIOSE a Choir No. 1 will hold its
will be
these always Starke Florida
sequently, grades Rigdon 32091 or
interest on formsof is working hard
principal or Everyone
anniversary Friday night at
received $5 each for best remembered for his cheer telephone: 964-7202.
iUS 1 HESS DIRECTORY fulness and faithfulness indebtedness. The 7:30: Sept. 28. The public is for the building program.


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FISHER I.\\'S: SUPPLIES | H\RD1VARE GARDEN r r
<'1:_ LEGALSNOTICE

SLIMS fl I t BonusBuy.EveryDayLowPrice FOOD
!:! vie AtAc DARE I
OF INTENTION TO
Fish TTStuff
i NRDlN; anna REGISTER FICTITIOUS FLORIDA GRADE ;

Llv. Bait A complete line of HJw./ NAME 'ACHUCK FAIR

Crick. fShinn i .-Wormt I BENJAMIN MOORE PAINTS Notice is hereby given that FRESH

Minnow Plumbing &. Electrical) Supp.. the undersigned, Jeannette
TACKLERODSREELSFISHING Gro-Tone Feriiliiere Warren sole owner P O. Box
InsecticidesLumber Starke Fla. 32091, intendsto
& HUNTING 723 SUPERMARKETS
LICENSES AMMUNITIONICE i Building. Materials the engage fictitious in business JEAN-under FRYERS ROAST STARKE'S
name
Hwy. 21 N, 200 From
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Light
NETTE'S WIG SHOP at 126 329 S. WALNUT ST.

K.y.ton Hgd. 473-4357 Keystone Heights 4733663FELEVISION North Court Street, Starke .
Fla. and that she will WHOLE tiJ .rlNro.r_... LOS..N cu deep r DYI
32091, a 'OM. .YO 0000 TMNY ,
C.\MPTKAlLbKS AIR COD register said name with the 49 C 8 8 C no.,,'...Ocr NI.IIV.D. 1 1073 Ou.NTITY.
Clerk of the Circuit Court 2 PER
< THKISES: TV fc Bradford County Florida. BAGCHUCK LB LB U.S.D.LFOODSTAMPCOUPONS
Jeannette Warren, sole L
Robbie's Camp ;APPLIINCEQLUtSiur owner. Dated this 11th day of LiLili_ _
Trall.r Sales July 1973. 9.13 4t 10-4

oat.. ri'rugut ENT E R CUT falr"ric/
tLow (,as Price IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF !
and
Gators on loi CAR AND PORTABLE FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL
Hi Low HxclusneToning : TAPE DECKSCOMMERICAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR BRAD

/ Insurance ANDRESIDENTIAL FORD COUNTY STEAK 1 1 ROAST I I ROAST

JA'iESROBISOJ.\ : : PROP AIR CONDITION ING CASE NO.DONNA I
BONE IN-2 TO 3 LB. PKG.
D. VARA Wife-
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:Miles Of Keystone
SALES & SERVICE Petitioner and GLENN K. VARA
4'52037REAL tt -- tiiIrIIt
Husband Respondent
KEYSTONE 473-1651
98

ESTATE AUTO' SERVICE NOTICE OF ACTIONTO 1 I <

Richard T. Lovcrn KEYSTONE AUTO SERVICE 2049 GLENN Cherry K.LaneChesapeake. VARA

Ksg.: Real Estate Broker Virginia l 23323 Every DayLowPrkeIONELESS
'}- End:
tont Alignment Speed Htf 1
LAKE PROPERTIES Wheel Balancing YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
:
action for divorce has been filed POTROAST
RESIDENTIAL 4 An conditioning Service
4
against you and you are requiredto
BUSINESS ACREAGE Brake Service serve a copy of your written i
defenses if any to it on R
INSURANCE
Oil
Lubrication Change-
Franklin Ritch Plaintiff's attorney ILdIC
Keyttone Hgti. 473-3254 Tune Up'Goodyear whose address is POBox 1113, t t tr _
Gainesville Florida on or before
4 i 3-4692 Tires October 8, 1973 and file the

bin i Knepper *"*- III 1 original with the court either CARNATION LIBBY'SCORK PUNCH

Martha Durbin i'(4 : 1 BLK. Off E. 21 and 1 BLK. before service on plaintiffs attorney -
lim 1 Fox i' '-, IrBkAIee N. Off 100 or immediately thereafter; INSTANT
( \1 t- .- .1 I KrVSTONE; IIGTS. .j'34052S. otherwise, a default will be entered LAUNDRY
against you for the relief

BEUTSHOP K.: demanded in the Complaint or
\IcKay, !Kcaltor DRY MILK DETERGENT
Petition. I 16.Sol (OLDEN N CREAM STYLE
WITNESS my hand and seal of OR 17o WHOLE KERNEL
Nf"ll'Beollly .E. Me KAY REXI.TOR I

Style Shot Membi'r of No*. ,ietit \ this Court, 1973.on 7th day of September mitt C U rm;; il
Ri"-i,ieniial! Appraisers rM"relr.T7 I U Illdl I 84oz (
Mil HIti 99
"For a 59
,you -en .mo :Ihs, Area For 26 ears Gilbert S Brown ENVELOPES I YOUR 5/l / BOX 1 *weir

Phon. \Ir--. Slrlba! (llgen "3-4740 Clerk of Circuit Court 10 QT.EveryDayLowPrke. / CHOICE ;

.elier. MrDolores "'limo3360C,
By Beulah Moody
B.tw ::;;: e I Mr arm tr.t! 475-1622 Deputy Clerk BonusBuyU. EvcryDayLowPrkeHIS BonusBuy EveryDayLowPrkeNE3TU

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9-13 4t 10.4 SWIIT MIUOWGolden S. NO. 1

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Melro.e ''
4 OffiLt/ Phone 43.4816 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH CARROTS MELONS

JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF

Lon.ll'. r-. Rays Shell FLORIDA IN AND FOR 10LB
Bourlqu -1j'j' Wrecker BRADFORD COUNTY. 727
... Service) BAG
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Stytei and Accessor! \ "" We CIVIL ACTION
channek
monitor 13 C.B.
Case No.
73-227
For The*' Complete, t 24 HRS IJIIII. ;. CLINTON ERVIN DAUGHERTY & McCormick Pantry i RED DART

HWy 21 oman B.tw*.n ServiceK.y.ton. -, .,yyr wife LOSSIE, Plaintiff W. DAUGHERTY, -ADOPTION, his, SKILLET PrideG GRIND I CUT GREEN

K.y.ton k Mlro. ..../ AAA Defendant. ; R RKI!


475-2211 r Day!Nights: Call 4'3-2838 473-3083 : Shirley NOTICE NO Ann PROPERTYTO OF Daugherty SUIT- 1424 MAGIC i; COFFEE !I BEANS

1-2
Kathlean Road, Lakeland DINNER, HELPERS

Fill Dirt FUctrl.eal:: Contractor YOU Fla. ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat ASST SIZES I I n."urr.in"i I (

Beach Sand Bell Electric Co. an action for Adoption has & VARIETIES $ i LB 7:5: C BD.IMonte.$1

Cloy FillTractor Work James V, Bell, Owner are been required filed against to serve you a and copy you of YOUR // ','.''ii"BAG! I ,

your written defenses if any to CHOICE
Hank BrwnlngKEYSTONE l CommercialResidential it, on the plaintiff's attorney
HEIGHTS whose name and address is EveryDayLowPrkeMOTT'S EvcryDayLowPrke EveryDayLowPrkeRICE EveryDayLowPrkeParly EveryDayLowPrke
Hon. George H. Pierce P. O.
PHONE '-73H61PO. R..pairaEI..crrlcal Drawer 1080, Starke Florida, KLEENEX Flak* FRESH BAKED
Fixtures and file the HOWN'N SERVEDROLLS S3 JELLY
original with the PRINT
BOX 41 APPLESAUCE
Range/ Hoods clerk of the above styled courton A-RONI

LAKE GENEVA Keystone Hgts. 473-3602 or before September 24, TOWELS ROLLS
1973; otherwise a Judgementmay
CONTRACTORSTRIANGLE ** be entered against you for 100SOUARI
AUTO SERVICE the relief demanded In the a FEIT 3/l f: 3/l

"R"ENTERPRISE. JOHNSON AUTO TUNE UP complaint or petition.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
INC. General! Repairing of said Court
on August 22
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GENERAL CONTRACTORS Minor! Machine Shop Work 1973. Pride CverytoyLowPric I.Dey\.owPrice E..rywyLo rprlcs I wry sylowPtke IluyDlyLPrke
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GILBERT .
Licensed Ineured Automatic anemjssion BROWNAs c..o..o sanityrid. SUAVEl
Featuring : Air Conditioning Clerk of said Court sot FREEZE OMEO Box I IVAPOHATIDMILK FABRIC B RECK. _ORANGE_
i "''C SHAMPOO
The Linda Cedar Home Tires Batteries COFFEE i iVITM SOFTENER HAIR SPRAY _....-.-.... = JUICE
473N. Mon. Fri. 7:30: A.M. 6 P." By: Beulah M. Moody I OFF 4tfWe>MMH** ,..,,,.
Sf Rd 21 473- 3'42 As Deputy Clerk THI. *COUPON, 11000 ""INNYI}' _. C ,a.. 2$1 eo. 6$1
Sat. 7)30 1 P.M. .., .M10.0ONH ,""H...3/39/ ONI AO< 13 6 9
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