Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 4, 1973
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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":,.1 The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven ,'I'' "

Vol. 95 STARKE, FLORIDA 15ji

No. 10 Thursday/, October 4, 1973 Copy

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MayorVeteran &: __l Face CountyIn

Starke councilman elSI

Neil Tucker was

elected 1973.74 mayor-

commissioner night and four new Tuesday city
i Near FutureJones
officials were sworn in for SI rc .r' ELM 7 Yt i

two year terms.

Taking oaths of office were
City Clerk Merrill Edwards "This garbage thing is

beginning his eighth term; 777111Fn coming up to a pointnow

City Councilman Jimmy ," Sanitarian Jack
McRae, Group 2; Councilman Ambulance Trawick told the
Vernon Silcox, Group 4. and County
newly elected Police Chief. Commission Monday,
Jimmy Bowen.Councilman. pointing out that
Tucker was i Service ExtendedBy beginning January 1,
elected mayorcommissioneron ; ,,, 1974 the state Pollution
a unanimous vote from his
fellow councilmen. He suc- c Control Board will

ceeds McRae who has servedas trf"a require permits to

the city's first mayor- BoardDeWitt operate land fills.
commissioner and who has' County
Trawick was before the
been chairman of the councilfor '
$l ti tis board to report on outside-the-
years. ; r Jt'' county use of the Bradford
Tucker is completing his iS C. Jones Ambulance Service will exist at land fill near Keystone
fourth term the council
on ,
having first been elected in 1 /' fs least one more month, until October 31, it was Heights on SR-100, consideredto

1966. He previouslyserved two decided by Jones and the county commission after be the best land fill in the

years, 1970-71( and 1971-72, as s+va. r + s'r'r both parties agreed the county does not have county because of the high

chairman. Tucker's primary sufficient equipment to handle the iob. sandy soil that stays
relatively dry even wet
goal in city government in -
recent has been to "I'm ready to go out but 1 1can't situation will be corrected and periods. But the sanitarianonce
secure years a new electricity leave the people of Bradford officials have again hit on the county
generator for the plant Bradford County without notified St. Johns the vehicle wide problem of garbage
which is fast reaching power its firm, service," Jones told the will be returned, according to disposal and the fact that
capacity and that engine is board. To assume service the Chairman Ralph Bryan. county operated land fills at

now on order as part of the y ya.a.wl..r.11iyE. county was depending on a Meanwhile the county is left Starke. Lawtey and Brookerdo
second medicalcare not meet pollution stan
council's $2.5 million bond L. Matthews! president of the Historical Board of Jim Temple, left, and James F. Bloodworth hold sketch of rescue vehicle being with only one rescue vehicle. dards the state is expected to
issue service for power plant and Trustees, receives deed to old Bradford Courthouse from the 71-year-old building by artist- :Millard Judd. supplied by St. Johns County There is no way the hospitalcan impose. Trawick promised
sewer Improvements. handle all
School Hoard Vice-Chairman S'ber ioodman. School Supt. under terms of an agreementwith emergency Monday to come up with a
calls with
one vehicle
Veteran Councilman. Orie, #' Jacksonville officials Hospital Administrator proposal to handle the
Wiggins was elected mayor who are heading the federally George Canova told the countys! garbage problem.The .

protem.The NewEraSlatedFor Old CourthouseA financed eight-county commission Monday. He dump at Hampton in a
firm of Hardy and emergency medical care agreed that Jones should be low wet area, was voluntarily
Pierce was appointed city project.But subsidized for an additional 30 closed by the town last week,
attorney. Merrill McMillanwas new era began for the old deeded by the School Board to Pictured at the deed and James F. Bloodworth, a second used vehicle days until Bradford Countycan Trawick said, and that town's
reappointed city sur Bradford County courthouse the newly created Bradford transfer ceremony at the secretary-treasurer of the supplied by St. Johns County secure at least a second garbage is now being hauledto
veyor. Tuesday when the 71-year-old County Historical Board of School Board meeting trustees. turned out to be a rust eaten rescue vehicle. the Keystone land fill.

The council, on Schaefer's structure was officially Trustees. Tuesday are (from left) : hulk which came to the The county is now hoping to Trawick also pointed out

suggestion, agreed to leave ------- _____u__ ____ __ ____ School Superintendent Jim Shown in the background is Bradofrd County Hospital get another vehicle from that unused area is about t gonein
appointment of a dog catcherin Temple; E. L. Matthews structure a new drawing of the red brick minus necessary equipment it Jacksonville to replace the the City of Starke dump on
the hands of Police Chief president of the Historical as it appeared about was supposed to have under "piece of junk', being the Old Lawtey Road nor-
1910. The sketch
Jimmy Bowen. Trustees; Seeber B. Goodman Starke artist Millard was made Judd by the agreement. Project returned to St. Johns County. theast of the Reno area.
Coordinator John Waters of
School Board vice
that Only of other appointment was chairman, presenting deed; (See Page 7)) Jacksonville has said the (Sea Page 5)) (See Page 6))
George Flynn, Sr to _

with plant.veteran the bond(operation See Flynn of trustees that Page is of board.a the 7)entrusted) 26-year power qb; ,j .. New Steel Plant To Locate In City., I IOver I

A steel fabricating plant is completed though until the annual business in steel employ from 15.20 persons at land be made available to

._ I'W expected to soon locate in the BCDA's attorney draws up a products, such as door the start, all but one of whom D&H Steel and his motion was

hr ; twM i tr industrial park on Edwards contract incorporating a )Irames. would be employed locally, approved.
J i
> Loop Road as the result of a reverter clause and it is Wells said it is a non- and that the wage scale would When Wells was informed
': \ '-'--.-:- meeting held Wednesday accepted by D&H Steel. corrosive industry and that in range from $2.30 to $5 per about the reverter clause, he

September 26, by the Bradford That clause will stipulatethat seven years of operation no hour. was less than enthusiastic
dt as County Development the land will revert backto complaints were made by After further discussion about it, but he agreed to wait
Authority. BCDA in the event that the persons living in the area. He Wells left the meeting room, until an attorney draws up the
Under an agreement steel company ceases to said his company would not be and then the members contract before making a
reached at that time the operate the plant here or sells in competition with Owen reviewed all aspects of the decision. He said his company
BCDA will sell five acres of out to an operator not ac Joist Corp., which fabricates proposal. is prepared to start up soon
td the industrial park to D&H ceptable to the local agency. steel beams.In Chairman Jimmy Moore after the contract is settled.On .

Steel Co. of Columbus, Arthur G. Wells, a partnerin making application for a stated he was in favor of another matter !Marc
.r Georgia at the nominal priceof the company told the plant site Wells said that the selling the site, and that he felt Jackson, president of the
Rummage SaleAT $250 per acre to facilitate BCDA members that D&H company was not asking for the new industry would be Bradford County Chamber of
obtaining a new industry and wanted a five-acre site for a financial help, or any other beneficial to Starke and the Commerce reviewed the
payroll. plant here. He said his consideration in moving here. county. Member Zedra
: The transaction will not be company does a $1 million He said the plant would Hamilton then moved that the (See Page 6))

SATURDAYOCT.. 6 CHURCH 3,000 Attend 7th Annual Calf Scramble I

8.3O NOON failed the and Forehand took
3,000 spectators dampen spirits of Byron
the continuing
chance they might not
-- eagerly watched as 15 livestock improvement otherwise have. hunders of horse lovers "small fry" honors for
JUNIORWOMAN'S for the horse children under 12 on adult
Bradford youths won program. The event is held to Another highlight of the present show.
CLUB registered calves at the improve breeding stock in the night was two children Sam Roach took home $105 for horses.
Seventh Annual Calf and riding his horse less than 20 Ronnie Willis earned top
county to give some boys scrambles for youngsters
Bridge and Scramble, and a fish fry the chance to become the aged 7-9 and 10-12, which gave seconds in the jackpot race. points in junior boys and
Bonnie Nettles close Trena Addy won junior girls.
sponsored by the FFA owners of a registered calf, a the little people a chance to ran a
Canasta Party Saturday. second, taking $35. Junior riders range from 13 to
bag a prize.A
A total of
THURS., OCT. 11 horse show after the calf 115 contestants 19.Ladies
Winners of the 15 registered
raced their horses to win eight powder puff races
7:30: P.M. pf, r Black Angus and Hereford Tux Refund scramble was sponsored by trophies. Points were given to left Cookie Morrell and Dean
AT THE CLUBHOUSE: calves caught in the three the Bradford Roping Club. the winners of the pole key- West tied in the top position.A .
Judges for that event were
scrambles were: Jimmy hole race, clover leaf, basket
REFRESHMENTSPRIZES Duncan, Harold E. Waters, Hard To get Jean Underhill Robert Underhill weave, and pole bending.Sevenyearold tie between Dwayne
Sr Jr., Joe Meng. Jack Parrish, R. M.. Hersey, and Rhonda Addy and Walter Parrish
Wayne Gann, John Kilby, It's an admitted double Wayne Hersey. Henson won the class resulted in the men's senior
SI, PER PERSONRummage ,a ? Mark Harris, Mark Joyner, assessment and Bradford Judges for the calf scramblewere pony class. Bill Tomlinson compiled -
Mike Cole Andrew Knight, taxpayer Mary. Howard is duea Arthur Bruno, Warren high points in the Jack
Sale Robert Carter, David refund, but the county can't Carver, Rep. Frank Williams, Sturke Women Benny class for men over 39.
Baldree Randy Joyner, find a way to pay it. Arthur Gaskins Marc!
Tommy presidentof
HAMPTON FIRE '4 ., _- Horace Sellars, and Charles Problem is, the double Jackson and Bobby Allen. Killed lit Waldo the Bradford Roping Club
HOUSETHURSDAY n5 4 4ay Starling, Jr.Former assessment occurred in 1972 Master of Ceremonies for the described the action
Bradford County but was not discovered until event was FFA advisor DavidB. Mary Alice Burch a 27 year very
& FRIDAY small children and men
Agriculture Agent George recently Tax Collector J. R. Smith while chamber old Starke woman was killed grown
5PM. TO 7 P.M. steered their horses throughthe
Huggins was chairman of the Kelly has disbursed all 1972 president Marc Jackson gave Sept. 23 when struck by a car
SATURDAY9A.M. scramble, sponsored by the tax monies to the county and the welcoming address and while walking on a Waldo twisting, turning courses.
TO 7 P.M. Starke-Bradford Chamber of school board and has sub- presented registration papersto Road, north of Gainesville.The good"We time hope and everyong invite them had all a
BENEFIT FOR HAMPTON which mitted his list of and calf winners.
Commerce. The event, errors the 1971 Florida Highway Patrol "
back to ride with us anytime,
VOLUNTEER FIRE: DEPT started at 7p.m., was held at omissions for 1972 to the state. Marla Reddish was the said Mary Alice Burch was Reames said.

AND HAMPTON the Bradford County No funds are available to lucky winner of a side of beef walking in the south bound The Calf Scramble was
SENIOR CITIZENS Fairgrounds following the fish make the refund Clerk Gib obtained through Blalocks lane when she was hit by a car sponsored again this year by
C..i r ..rulie lr,. s fry that was sponsored by the Brown told the county com- Meat Market. The winner ol driven by Jimmy Clifford the Starke-Bradford County
Bradford High School Chapterof mission Monday. The school the meat was deemed mrougn Gilland of Gainesville. The Chamber of Commerce and
ommuuUy(!! the Future Farmers of board has asked the county a drawing. Gilland car was traveling was made possible by

&tatr HankAMonnte America. how it intends to handle the "We enjoyed good weather about 55 miles per hour, and donations of various
The farmers served some problem. and a good crowd," says Gilland didn't spot the woman businesses, individuals,
600 dinners, the proceeds of County Attorney Gene Shaw executive vice-president of until it was too late. and
"It was a lot of work, but I got it." seems' to be the expression agricultural civic
e6laral UpT. which will be used for local Inherited the !Mon
problem the Starke-Bradford Chamberof No charges have been filed
organizations. Except for the
120.000 b, on this girls face as she bring In her chicken that
chapter needs. day. Meanwhile, taxpayer Commerce John in the apparent accidental
Fxhril fepOT buorutc Corp Myers.A chicken dinner sponsored by
she at the Sixth Annual Calf Scramble Saturday
caught Scramble is Mary Howard is
The Calf an for
waiting brief delay due to death, the highway patrol the FFA chapter the
night. annual 1 event in the county and reimbursement of over $100. malfunction of the time clock, said. scramble is free.

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JohnsonSovaMr. Sherry So/ze/ George Hamilton// United in Home CeremonyMiss Myrick-Burns/ / Susan Diane Fill Weds Farelon McClellan I

and Mrs. Seeber For- Vows ExchangedIn In Quiet Ceremony In Keystone HeightsMiss
sythe announce the Sherry Solze daughter families and a few closeof points of interest in the living
engagement of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. friends. room were frsangements of Houston Susan Diane Fill, sister, Cheryl Ann McClellan,
Patricia Ann Johnson, to Solze, and George Hamilton, The couple' stood In front of late summer flowers. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. serving as her new sister-in-
Charles Graham Sova, son of son of Mr. and Mrs. Sherrod a table which held a large fan- Mr. and Mrs. William Robert Fill of Kingsley Lake, law's maid of honor.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Sova Hamilton were united in shaped arrangement of pink The bride, given in Ar.4 Robert Myrick are living In and Farelon McClellan, son of After the ceremony Mrs.
of Callahan.The marriage Saturday afternoon and white chrysanthemums, marriage by her parents Arlington, Texas following Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mc- Wolfe served!the family croup
wedding will take placeat at 4 o'clock at the Hamilton gladioli, carnations and baby wore a floor length gown of their wedding of August 17 in Clellan of Starke, were joinedin a four tiered wedding cake
7 p.m., November 3, in the home. Rev. J. C. Brown breath, balanced by two beige polyester with pink the Helmer Street Baptist Holy Matrimony, Saturday, and punch.
United Methodist Church, performed the ceremony in burning) tapers in crystalthe flower print, trimmed with ,.3 -, Church, Houston, Texas. September 22, at 6 p.m., Aleica Dawn McClellan attendedthe
Callahan. presence of the immediate holders. Highlighting other lace at the round neckline and Officiating was !the Rev. John before an intimate gatheringof sister of the groom,
short sleeves. She carried a Duckett. family members.The wedding along with thecouple's
pink and white nosegay cf) The bride Is !the former Miss vows were exchangedin respective parents.
carnations, Fuji mums and Martha Lou Burns, daughterof the home of the Reverendand
statice with! long pink satin Mr.and Mrs. W.S. Burns of Mrs. William Wolfe, Sr.in BefoSgmoPhPlans / /
streamers. Houston. Her attendants were Keystone Heights with Rev.
Dairif 'I p!. Charlean Miskeska, Kathy Wolfe officiating. RitualBeta
4 S Following the wedding :x Fitzpatrick and Nancy Burns. Jimmy Wilson of Keystone
Queen \ punch and cake were servedby The bridegroom Is the son of Heights served as Farelon's
1\1\\I Mrs. Mark Hamilton, Mrs. Mrs.Vesta M. Myrick and the best man with Farelon's Sigma Phi will have
John H. Andrews, Mrs. Harry late Robert Myrick of Starke. their Ritual of Jewels Mon-
so.ebraZIBc Mooty and Miss Rhonda Best. He was attended by Bill Birthday Party day,Oct. 8, at 7:30: p.m. at the
Burns, brother of !the bride Homestead Restaurant in
Out-of-town guests were Alan Angelone and RonaldFitzpatrick. : Keystone Heights.The .
Gary Hamilton of Atlanta, Mr. For Beth TannerLittle Owl Prowl dance,
: Fri -Sat. & Sun and Mrs. Mark Hamilton and The bride graduated from sponsored by the sorority, will
children of Tampa, Miss I high school in Houston and Beth Tanner be held Saturday,Oct.6,at the
Sandy Fogg of Jacksonville, attended the Bible Baptist celebrated her fourth! birthday Armory.JunorCubHos.
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Rosier,Jr. Seminary in Arlington, Texas. Saturday afternoon when her
Superroo and family of Lake City, and She is now a secretary at parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oral S.
Misses Vicki and Pam Carterof Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton are Cummins Sales and Services, Tanner, gave a party for her / /
Daytona Beach. residing at the Nollman
at their home in Lawtey.
apartments on Adkins Street. Inc.Mr.. Myrick graduated nom Stork Shower
Bradford High School class of Colored balloons and
.. Burger Woman's ClubTo 1970, and is now a student at streamers were used in For/Mrs. Smith/
A .r. If your rooms the Bible Baptist Seminary in decorating.The .
Meet Oct. 10 Arlington 13 youngsters enjoyed The executive board of the
Fries look tired or cake and ice cream during the Junior Woman's Club met
The Starke Woman's Club party hours. Tuesday,Sept. 25, at the homeof
hopeless call will have a program on Party Given For Mrs. Johnnie Johnson,
Coke Narcotics at the luncheon- when Mrs. James K. Smith
us for help. meeting Wednesday, Oct. 10, Julie HolllngsworttLittle i Bennett FamilyTo was honored with! a surprise
at 12:15 at !the clubhouse. stork shower given by Mrs.
We'll send youa Hostesses will be: Mrs. E. Julie Hollingsworth Hold ReunionThe Johnson and the board
95c Eugene Tanner, Public Affairs celebrated tier third birthday members.Mrs. .
Sla h'ii decoratorfree. 4 chairman, Mrs. A. Y, Sunday afternoon when her descendants of the late Smith was presentedwith
Covington, co-chairman Mrs. parents,l\lr.and Mrs. Tommy Richard D. and Hettie Lang a play pen and a
I 1 Plus Tax G. S. Brown, Mrs. Edward Hollingsworth, gave a Bennett will have a family sweetheart rose corsage
Burns, Mrs. Jim Chasteen, masquerade swim party for reunion Sunday, Oct 7, at 12 accented with miniature
Mrs. Neil Crawford, Mrs. her at their home at Shady noon at the home of Mr. and hand-crocheted bootees. After
Penneys James V. Crosby Mrs. Willie Oak Trailer Park on Hampton Mrs. Billy Anders in Lawtey.All the gifts were opened and
Free Mae Denton, Mrs. L. O. Lake. relatives are invited to refreshments served, the
Custom Hazen,Mrs. J. C. Hobbs, Mrs. The party was held in the attend and bring a basket following activities were
MR. WILSON AREN'TYOU J. D. Odom, Mrs. Guy Sale, yard where balloons were lunch. discussed: the club is plan-
.J HUNGRY Cone Decorating at and Mrs. Robert Ward.CaTr1age. strung from the trees. The ning a Harvest dinner on
11 refreshment table was Saturday, Nov. 17 at the
Cedar Hills. covered with a party clown Mike Rhoden Weds clubhouse. The dinner will bea
WITH THEPURCHASE cloth centered by a birthday traditional I Thanksgivingmeal
O J OF 771-6361 cake topped with three Miss Weeks and a rifle will be given
r: Tra&e clowns,each holding a candle. away. Tickets will be
Walt Disney records were available shortly from any
Super Braziera"Scrumpdillyishus" JCPenneyWe played on the stereo during Mr.and Mrs.J.M. Weeks of member of the club.
know whatyou're Mr. and Mrs. Danny Ray the party hours, 2 to 5 p.m. Green Cove Springs announce The following new memberswere
Patterson of Starke announcethe The 17 youngsters were given the marriage of their voted into the club: Mrs.
looking for. birth of a daughter party favors and went daughter, Janice Carol, to Bobbie Autry, Mrs. John
8t 11/22 Pamela Kay, on Sept. 21 in swimming the latter part of Michael Wayne Rhoden son Holloway, Mrs. Alicia Steffa,
Alachua General Hospital. the afternoon. of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Rhodenof Mrs. Ronnie Kirkland, Mrs.
-170000OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCINOW-- Out-of-town guests were Mr. Starke Marty Payne,and Mrs.James
and Mrs. Floyd Smith and O'Brian.
daughter, Stephanie, of The marriage took place on
Banana II Jacksonville Sept.29 in Kingsland, Ga. and
Split OPENCrawfords ; Mr. and Mrs.
the couple is residing at
Robert Frye of Lakeland; and
Mr. and Mrs. George Shep- Kingsley Lake.DCPLICATE. The club held a bridge and
pard and daughter, Kimberly, canasta card party Wed
of Gainesville. nesday, Sept. 26, at the
Dairy een BRIDGE clubhouse. Mrs. Johnnie
59c 66 CLUB RESULTS Johnson presented a candle
II arrangement to high scorer,
Brazier Mr. and Mrs. James C. Mrs. Paul Johnson and Mrs. Mrs. M. A. Baldwin. The
Parker of Starke and Mr. and Louise Baringer were the refreshment table was cen-
I Mrs. George Flack of winning couple at Duplicate tered with an arrangement of
1401 N. TEMPLE AVE. STARKE. FLA u. S. 301 S. Starke Fla. jj jjooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooex Gainesville and their families Bridge Tuesday night. Mrs. pink carnations. AssistingMrs.
964-8911 attended !the Shriners circusat Dorothy Strickland and Miss Johnson were Mrs. J. C.
the Coliseum Sunday. Bernice Brenke were second. Dukes and Mrs. James; K.

........ Tying for third were Mrs. Smith.
Hilda Dey and Mrs. Rhea The next card party will be
. . Johnson, and Mrs. Sherrod held Thursday evening, Oct.
Hamilton and Mrs. M. A. 11 from 7:30: to 9:30: p.m.at the

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Shower Mrs. Fuqua Given/ For P2P2 qJC0CU 8u\fC0CW\ l

I 1 y Local admittances to
Recent BrideMrs. E 3. Bradford County Hospital this
week include: Mrs. Patricia

Kenneth Fuqua, the k Sumpter, Keystone Heights;
former Miss Toni Stone, a t 4 I ri Mrs. Mae Combs,Macclenny;
recent bride,was honored at a r "" Mrs. Dornenica Robinson,
bridal shower on Sept. 18 l Lawteyi Mrs. Winnie Davis,
given by Mrs. C. A. Parham, a I ,.51? Raiford; Mrs. Juanita
Mrs. Lacy Mobley and Mrs. Dinkins, Marion Crews, Mrs.
Kenneth Quinion at the homeof Ida Mae Bishop, Birdie
the latter on W. Madison tir1 Allen.Mrs. Peggy Yeager,
Street. George Kopelousos, Mrs.
The refreshment table was r Frances Hamilton, Mrs.
covered with a lace cloth and Grace Brown, John W. 0
centered with an arrangementof !; Powell, Mrs. Mary Williams,
fall flowers. Highlightingthe Mrs, Judy Carlton, and Mrs.
buffet was a live water Annie Alvarez, Starke.
fountain. Mrs. Parham cut the
cake,Mrs. Mobley presided at Mr. and Mrs. Orie Wigginswere
the punch bowl and Mrs. in Jacksonville over the
Quinion served the guests. weekend visiting Mr.and Mrs.
Games with prizes were Jimmy Wiggins.Mr. .
enjoyed by the 12 guests
between the hours 7:30: and 9 I_ and Mrs. X. M. Smith .
I..J and daughter, Terri, attendeda ... .
p.m.The hostesses presented the A birthday supper last Friday : .. ..
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night at the home of and . 1
honoree with a vegetable dish Mr. .. .. . ,
1 Mrs. Carl Parker in .. ., .'"
from her chosen china patternas I ; ETiu ..
Gainesville .. : ..:.
honoring Mrs.
a memento of the occasion. I. .. ..
Mr. and Mrs. Alvarez HonoredAt Mike Smith. ..... .. .

Travel Bags \.,. .
Dinner On RetirementA Ladies and Men
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Mat- ParfumLadies
thews entertained the retirement dinner for Mr. sales representative from guests attending the dinner.Mr. and MenBullington's fA
directors of Guaranty Federal and Mrs. Leon B. (Red and Standard's Jacksonville .and Mrs. Alvarez closed g"E
Savings Loan Assn. and Thelma) Alvarez, long-time division office, is shown their station here this week at 104 West Call Street u rs ,
their wfM at supper last service station operators in presenting Mr. Alvarez with a the corner of Call Street andU. Starke FloridaMr. .
Thursday night at their cot- Starke, was given Monday plaque in commemoration of S. 301, which has been a .
and Mrs. J. W. Ritch
tage on Kingsley Lake. night at the Garden
his 27 years of service with the Standard Oil location since the
Twenty-eight guests were Restaurant by William (Billy) company. At left are Mrs. 19:?0's. The company does not returned Wednesday of last
present from Gainesville, Silcox, local Standard Oil week after a week's visit with
Alvarez and Mr. Silcox. plan continued use of the site
Starke Keystone Heights, and distributor.A. Other S. O. officials from for this purpose since the lot is their daughter, Mrs. BarbaralIarvt'y
Lake Butler. J, Knapp (right), retail Jacksonville attending the not considered sufficiently in Atlanta and Mr. SOME fl71EY9rn
and Mrs. Paul Ritch in
dinner were Joe Fordham, large for the modern designnow Gastonia N. C They were
and D. E. Crozier. Other
area required by company
accompanied by Mrs. Ritch's

NOTICEDR. dealers were_among. _. the_. 16 policies. _. _. _. .... mother, who Mrs.stayed Daisy with
- -.. - - Perryman
K. SUNDUSADEE ANNOUNCES HIS NEW -.:;1'Y Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Moore in Buy "EtAl ,1973Il
Mrs. Frances Stone has Blackshear, Ga. while they !!
OFFICE HOURS FOR THE PRACTICE OF Mrs. Vergie Flynn spent the returned to her home in were gone.
GENERAL MEDICINE AND SURGERY AS first of the week with her Woodbine, Ga. after a two IISM
sister, Mrs. Bessie Flynn in weeks visit with Mr and Mrs. Mrs.\ M. A. Baldwin and
FOLLOWS: Gainesville. Dave Paulk. Mrs. J. R. Kite are attendingthe ... (etltlletA J tatstlsssssl. Pat
Hospital Auxiliary district
MON.. TUES.. THURS.. a FRI.! Travel Hags Ladies and :Mm Rev. George Harper is in meeting in Gainesville todayat
Parfum Ladies and Men the Alachua General
9.AM. TILL 5PM. Greenwood, S. C. visiting his
Hullingtnii's, 101 I I't'st Call mother who is seriously ill. I Hospital.
WED. AND SAT Street, Starke, Florida

9A: .'.M. TILL 12:00: NOON Capt. and Mrs. Stroughton Travel Bags Ladies and !Men
Sterling and Capt. and Mrs. I I'arfum Ladies and Men >
Mrs. John W. Griffin will
attend the Griffin Robert McConnell of liullington's. 101 West Call
PHONE; 964-65OO 2T-1O/4'' reunion in Ochlochnee family, Ga. Jacksonville were Saturday Street, Starke, FloridaMr. B aldwinChevrolet
over the weekend. guests of Mr. and Mrs. John
Myers at Kingsley Lake
and Mrs. Dave Paulk,
.. .
- Mr. and Mrs. Dave Shuford,
and Eddie Allen attended the
convention of the State
Association of County Com Olds.
missioners at Miami Beach,
TRUCKLOAD APPLIANCECatalog week.Sunday to Wednesday of last

3 New 1973 Oldsmobiles 4 Door
Mrs. B. C. Holtzendorf, Sr.,
Mrs. David Montgomery,
Mrs. Herbert Herres, and

Store SALE! 'Mrs.District John W.5 Griffin meeting attendedthe of the New 1973 88 Oldsmobile 4 Door

Suwannee Presbytery at the
First Presbyterian Church in

f tiFI Palatka last Thursday. 4 New 1973 Omegas 2 Door

i I lu1 S-Sgt. and Mrs. Jerry
: Lawson and family of Fort

: Walton weekend with Beach his parents spent Mr.the New 1973 Nova Hatchback 2 Door

I and Mrs. Ewell Lawson.
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enR --
I Travel Bags- Ladies and !Men New 1973 Chevelle Coupe 2 Door
AAOIVTCOAAHR I I'arfuni Ladies and MenBullinglon's. -
i 101 West Call
"\ Street Starke, Florida
I Ii Iir I s1 I 2 New 1973 Monte Carlos 2 Door"Demonstrators"
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mathews
visited Mr.\ and Mrs. Bruce
Mathews and family in
$10.$64OFF Maitland from Wednesday to ,.
Saturday.Bud .

Lawson and Terry
Wheeler Marion, N. C. were
Sunday visitors of Mr. and

II Mrs. H. A. Lawson.Mr. 1 Loaded Caprice Coupe .

and Mrs. H. R. Stein-
meyer and Mr.and Mrs. F. V. \ 1 Caprice 4 Door Hardtop
Herlong were Sunday visitorsof
J fr Mrs. W. F. Herlong.

EVERY MAJOR APPLIANCEIN Travel Bags 2 Impala 4 Doors

IN STORE ON SALE! Ladies ParfumLadies

Hurry in now for big savings on every Bullington's and:Men "Cleaned Up And Ready"
appliance in stock) Deluxe models included 10"'est Call Street
Starke, Florida
r -use your Wards "Chargall'z
""' account-just say, "Charge it."Come '
-' in and see all the great buys today I Mrs. Verda Johns spent the ToGo -
first of the week with her
niece, Mrs.l\IabeIMaxwell, at
PLUS. Otter Creek, and also visited And While You Are Here
her sister, Mrs. Dicie Pet- ,
1 terson. who underwent
surgery in North Florida
Regional Medical Center. Take A Look At The New 1974

Miss Esther Romero of
Tampa was a weekend guestof
Hardy and family. and Oldsmobiles I IThere's

ENDS OCT. lOth HURRY! Chevrolets

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Glisson
SAVE $30-19" Diagonal color TV, SAVE $64-Deluxe 22-cu. ft.f frostless have returned from a visit
one touch color control, AFC instant 3-door side-by-side refrigerator- with their son and family Mr.

and Mrs. Leroy Glisson, in Bound to be One
picture and sound, UHF, VHF 29988 freezer. Freezer holds whopping Tacoma Wash. While there

Antennas. Reg. 329.95. 237 Ibs., 7-day meat keeper, 4 adjustable they visited Mt. Rainier
National Park and Seattle.
SAVE $10-30" Over-Under Range, shelves, 2 cold controls, on Just For You.

Continuous cleaning eye level oven, rollers, ice maker opt., extra. 385'' .

black glass door, waist high broiler 18988 Reg. 449,95gas . . . (See Page 4))

or elec. Reg. 199.88. SAVE $40-Deluxe 15.2 cu. ft. frost-

SAVE $50-12 cycle dishwasher, 6 less refrigerator freezer, large 166 THE:BRADFORD
level wash, 150, 160 sanitizing Ib, freezer section, adjustable COUNTY TELEGRAPH

washes, forced air dry Walnut top. 26988 shelves, rollers, only 60" high. 24988Reg. Published every Thursdayat

319.95 . Reg. ::2 8 9,95 .,_ . . Starke 138 W.Florida Call Street 321)91) ,

Second Class postage paidat
Transportation Extra On All"Items
i, 353 N. TEMPLE AVE. Starke, FloridaSubscription ,at 'rata nain750ct
In trade area: $6.00 per
year; $3.50 six months I

: ;: :: r: ::1_ Outside trade area: $1.00 or Later Your Favorite \
LY arfltiliYl / per year: si.oo six months
Dealer"t 1\\

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The Morgan Road Baptist
Church will have an old Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.;
fashioned dinner and Morning Worship, 11 a.m.;
homecoming on Sunday Oct. Church Training, 6:15: ; WMU A 1
7, on the grounds with singingin Prayer Circle, 7:15: ; Evening .NCR"Democracy r 4 "" s1 .f, (.From .Pnn-,,a 3))
Service 730.:
Featured the afternoon.during the Monday\ ( Youth Choir, 7:30: is a system "':: q5r Mr. and Mrs. Neal E. Boling Mrs. Olin White, Mrs.
J of Bradenton were Friday to
will be The Evangels under which a fellow who Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hall Robert Barksdale and Mrs.J.
program p.m.Tuesday Bible Study, 10 ; and family Monday guests of Mr. and E. Hardy had lunch Mondayat
from Bryceville The Week's didn't vote can spend the rest were Sunday Mrs.J. G. Holton and Mr. and
Family from Green Cove a.m. of the year kicking about the '\ guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Eston Jordan This Ole House in
Springs, and other local Wednesday Prayer candidates the other fellow Richard Sieg in Jacksonville. Jacksonville on Mrs.Barksdale's .
groups. Everyone is cordially Meeting, Mission\ Friends. elected.-Lois W. Matson Wendee Hall attended theShriner's Mr and Mrs. W.T.Jackson, birthday.
Circus with her
invited to attend. Denton Sumrall Pastor The Kiester (Minn.) Courier. r grandmother, Mrs. Anna Jr. and family visited her
Mr. and Mrs. Bill
Leaptrot in the afternoon. parents Travel Bags!
0 f I ,t ) Wall, In Lake City Sunday. Ladies and Men
They all had
at t the
/ t. Homestead Restaurant in Joy St. John underwent a PurfllmI.adlf'1I
tonsilectomy in tile Bradford and MenBullington's
.+ l .. honor of Mrs. Leaptrot'sbirthday.
Do Your Family Finances Need A County Hospital last Friday 101 West Call( Street
Bradford County Zoning Commission Chairman John
Torode (left" ) presents handsome plaque of appreciation to Travel Bags Ladies and Men Travel Bags Ladles uiul MenParfum Starke.Florida
Tax", Assessor Gene Long upon the latter' retirement last > I'arfum Ladies and Men > Ladies and :Men .
"SHOT THE-ARM ? week as director of the zoning commission since its Inception Hullington's. 101$ West CallStr..et. Bullingtoii's. KM West Cull Mr. and Mrs. Marion
In August. 1970. At right is I.. M. Gaines, Long's successor as Starke, Florida Street, Starke, Florida Harrington and daughters of
zoning director. Ormond Beach and Mr.\ and
Inscription on the plaque said: "In grateful appreciation for Mrs. W. S. Harrington and
his untiring efforts in behalf of the Bradford County Zoning Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Gay Kenny and Greg Elder of daughter of Keystone Heightswere
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville spent the Sunday visitors of Mr.
Board.Without his dedication' and labor, zoning would still bea
dream rather than a reality." Jimmy Lewis and family in weekend with their grand- and Mrs. C.N. Christy.
Perry over the weekend. parents, Mr.\ and Mrs. E. O.
,; -- \ Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Glover Elder, at Kingsley Lake. The Mrs.\ J. W. Kincaid returnedlast
were at Marco Island on Elders took the children to Friday after 15 days in
/; 4-el". >N Q Plaque Presented To Long business over the weekend. Jacksonville Zoo on Sunday. Riverside and Hospital treatment.for observation -

I eQJ Mrs\ R. V. Turner and Mrs.\
I : For Aid To Zoning BoardConcern Travel Bags James Barron visited Mrs. W.
the \ Ladies and Men
\ f T. Brinson in the Brentwood t *
over possible that this could not be done, but ParfumLadies Nursing Home in Valdosta
\, / overuse of a lot in Lake he would be given another and MenBullington's' last Friday and picked Kay Holiday visit (to Grand-
,..... -6' Geneva Estates Unit 1, temporary permit, and Turner at the North Florida up molker's house are fine, as
-- designated for recreation allowed to live in his mobile 104 West Call!Street Junior College who came long as Grandfather has a
purposes, caused the Brad home while constructing a' Starke Florida home for the weekend. few minutes'/ warning so ha
ford County Zoning Com house. can go out and buy the fried
mission to reject a plat as The board discussed the chicken.
submitted by Wilbur Emery of report that J. B. White is
Gainesville at its regular "squeezing" mobile homes P
meeting last week. onto lots that are too small to y Ri'+ .
Attorney George Pierce, meet zoning regulations. The r
who accompanied Mr. Emeryto new zoning director L. M.
l the meeting,explained that Games, was asked to check on I
the proposed plat was a the areas owned by Mr.\ Whiteon T T' !
revision of an earlier plat Highway 16 near Mrs.
previously presented by Mr Crosby's store and the vicinityof hf
Beckwith which had also the Northside Baptist i&pfia
been rejected because of some Church near Heilbronn
80-foot lots. Bradford County Springs.
C zoning now requires a Member Art Kiefer
minimum of 100-foot lots on reported that Antonio Riveria
waterfront.The of Highway 21-B in the SantaFe
new plat showed one lot Lake area had moved an is c at Wc
on the lake reserved for old army barracks onto his

recreational use of the ownersof property and was making a ..... .. .
.. '
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upland lots without duplex apartment in a single ':' .I l \/ -'. ,- NT4 4
waterfront. Mr. Emery was family zoned area. tie also A .....<.;1 .'''' ?anr++m.ai
advised by Chairman John said that the complaint of !Mr. :}::1' .' .
Torode that the board was Ahrano on the setback I .iol
Sure You Go concerned about possible requirements of a building
overcrowded conditions being constructed by Mr. and Itev. John Strickland pastor of the Pintl.cxel' Baptist
(Church turns the first spade of dirt at groundbreakingceremonies (
resulting from access to the !Mrs. Smith on Santa Fe Lake
lake by the owners of back had been checked out and the last Sunday afternoon for the new Sunday School
lots Smiths had adhered to the buildi'tJaddition.' |/; .
7 12 -
To The Right Place The board voted foot setback.It .
unanimously to reject the plat was announced that !Mrs. The new structure ill add 20 feet to the length at, the
as submitted, but left the door Marguerite\ Hall, Tormer present Suiulaj School building, and will provide( an ad
open for review of another member of the City Zoning at Pine Level ditional HWI square feet of space. The building! ill be tornpletetl -
revised plat in the future. Board had agreed to assist by the first! of the year, and will be used for two adult

\May We Make A Suggestion. Ellington The request for rezoning of Leon of secretary Mr. Gaines as a part time Sunday !.School departments.

near Santa Fe Lake
property - - - -
from RI-A to OR was
A Savings Account At presented, and Chairman
Torode recommended that it Jackson
be rezoned from RI-A to Rl-C BRIM srBA110N "
permitting mobile homes. The
Federal board approved a motion to
Guaranty Savingsand that t effect. 'iJEn Building. Supply 1
oct.6 10-2
Leroy Norman, Jr. asked ; '
permission to place] a mobile
Loan Assn. home on his property on High- Stare N. CHERRY ST CORNER HWY
way 229 (Brownlee Road), tit STARKE 21 & 100

.'._., In Gainesville Since this property is now 964-6078 KEYSTONE.HGTS.
.l ': 220 N, Main St. Phone 318.1431 zoned Rl-A the board objected 473-4973
to spot zoning a small
'- area, and delayed action untilan Peddlers Home Center
: I
"t','. 3501 W. University Ave. Phone 373-8482 inspection of the property it

.. InStarki: the could next be made meeting.for a report at y't't it t "United In Service Quality Value"CASH

-..:' 395 W. Madison St. Phone 964-5000 Hal B. Walling stated that i ----- & CARRY SERVICE
he had already purchased two if I --------rFOR ----- -
In KiyjtontHtljhti: temporary permits for his i THE FOR THE----

1.:.[ Corner of Lawrence and Sylvan Way mobile home on 301 :North' L.; ; 1 I -WOMENBlue i -MAN-
.. which is now zoned EA, and 1"'j" (
----w' Phone 413.4952
requested a reclassification to '
residential. He was advised II' Lustre I Jig i Saw

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I 2 Wrecks Injiify>< FreeNo ,'k'R.'Id'tXl'( iW x trlf lD r.p P! Ambulance. (From Page 1))

.ik'f1'a "It,
injuries occurred Chevrolet. The county commission also County Hospital to help
during has instructed Canova to finance the new EMC
driven by t
the two separate wrecks in A 1968 Dodge
of Starke, +Ag69adTttV"" af'tf come up with specifications on program.
Starke during the week Phillip H. Regan ,
ac !Ut 'iilUTaQ1 ;% M
sedan driven by f ti 1f ti4l what type of vehicle is! "It's only right to extend his
cording to the Starke Police struck a 1972 '' 1lll
'i N 'ta ,
eAhtt(2'f B f l' contract month If don'thave
Department. Marian Rafuse Garland, in ', ,"d 4 necessary under the federal one we
"y for vehicle. the equipment, stated
A 1970 Chevrolet truck, the rear as she was stopping program a rescue
driven The accident Idea Is for! the county to Commissioner Dave Stiuford.
by Willie Pittman of for a stop sign.
to the purchase a third vehicle as a "We can't leave the people
Starke, struck a 1972 Ram caused $250 damage ( "
bler, driven by David Andrew sedan and $200 to the Dodge. t back up emergency unit and without help. It wasShuford's
fs v motion which
Pratt of Zephyrhills, on the zrW t7 to handle routine transfer and upon
other non-emergency type the contract extension was
right side. The truck was .
cases. The board decided Itprefers made.
passing then began to change Brazil discovers a whole
Jones reiterated that
to spend money on a
lanes and struck the Ramblerin
the right side. accident new river it didnt know It t new vehicle than to keep a providing ambulance service
caused The had. Either that, or one of Mt v Z used vehicle in working has been a losing propositionto
$5M( > damage to the
Its other rivers has sprung condition Nobody was certain his firm. It has been
Rambler and $100 to the
leak \ ;+. l Monday, however, what typeof necessary to keep three
1rrd vehicle can be purchasedthe employees more than it takesto
cheapest and still be operate his funeral! home,
%! sr r t adequate under a new state he said. That cost $19,000 per
t a (OO) CASH ., law which just went into ef year compared to the $18,000
$ o fect. he has received from the
V +11I Agreement with Jones for county. Ambulance tees madeup
REFUND the coming month is to supply some of the difference but
secondary service of a non- most of the time, Jones said,
SENT DIRECTLY TO YOU FROM GENERAL ELECTRIC UPON COMPLETION OF I llY emergency nature. Jones the ambulance service portion
INSTALLATION OF PURCHASES BETWEEN SEPTEMBER 17 AND OCTOBER 31, t ,rr hopes to use some of the six of bis business went slightly
1973. INSTALLATION MUST BE COMPLETED NO LATER THAN NOVEMBER 30 {. ;P"' hospital corpsmen when they into the red each month.
1973. OFFER APPLIES TO MODERNIZATION OF EXISTING HOMES ONLY, i are off-duty, since he had Bryan pointed out that the
already laid off some of the
.1i' under the
MODELS 24,000 BTUH 60,000 BTUH plan EMC program
( ambulance staff.He" asked 1 1- has been to have two vehicles
t'v 2 hour notice, when possible."If equipped for use in
pure I've got to render ser emergencies, plus two more
1 1iaq' I vice I've' got to have.help," vehicles for routine transfer
1 Jones said Monday to the and non-emergency calls
1 HEAT PUMP f county commissioners. The Apparently now the county
county has been subsidizingJones commission and hospital
CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING ',,IA "ae"' ""a $18,000 per year, but officials feel that t three
that amount has now been vehicles will be sufficient to
1 ,; r, g,... slated to go into the Bradford' begin service.

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S These eight students walked away with lop honors at the right) Kimberly llo/ie, second! In beginner! and Michael 5hankJOlt6
Hampton ]Hike Uoadeo. Pictured in front are kindergarten \\illiainson, first KevinVilliamtun, second in senior d :. .' '
r l I tricycle winners Ann Baker, runner-up and Andrea Allen, ilMsioit 11 ml Tommy liradley, firfct. Daniel Francis, second w +.R-
winner. Bicycle winners in the back row are: (from left to in the junior group, and Junior Curtis, first. i

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i For your vote of confidence in electing me your '

,; t' Chief of! Police. My statement in making my announcement ]
to enter the
rb >w a race was:
One Unit! One Constant Temperature! .

All Year Long 'r L't' Q* 4 "As your Chief of Police my fundamental duty

} t ti will be to safeguard lives and property; to protectthe
A Weathertron" Heat Pump provides both h..ting FAMOUS ci eunr-i innocent and weak, and the peaceful against
and cooling to Keep your home comfortable QUALITY fCATURCStulnin violence and disorder; and to punish the guilty.
very day of the year ThIs space-saving' Weaihtr- tayunnna.Iaar. t6.
Iron unit will maintain, your desired comfort level,, a I,M h t*. i
Dung the automatic' thermostat, it even changes "I the of
a wt..tit toduwIII recognize badge this office as a symbol of
from cooling to heating or heating to cooling ... ,, .t'. v'uArdimll
kiM-Ul cortleutomitocilly. M public faith, and I will accept it as a public trust to

Bro n's be held so long as I am true to the ethics of the
public service:'

RefrigerationAir Itocena SanUngini watches as Brian Clark circles thefigure Highway Patrolman Paul Carter lleftl) and
-t'lght.| Greg; ;IHoxvry and Junior Curtis stand in line to Chief Deputy Sheriff Itobt. Green right) inspect This I will do Thanks again
try their luck at going around without touching a line. the bicycle ridden by Donna :Mowry.

f 226 S. Walnut St. Starke, Fla i / 80 Take Part In Hampton Roadeo PD( POL. ADV.I) JIMMVBOWEN: -

10/4 4t 10/25 Eighty excited children, for second, Stephen Spell and Ronnie Rodriquez.
from kindergarten to sixth
e grade, participated in the
first Annual Hampton
ice. / Bicycle Uoadeo Saturday.
f Bicyclers in senior, junior
and beginner divisions took B 69
part in 10 events. Contestants
rode through an obstacle
course around a t iigure-cight(
and straight down a line,
r/ along with other safely

1 maneuvers.Tommy Bradley won top Anniversary
y honors in the senior competition
with Kevin
Williamson taking second

r / place.High scorer in the junior CUSTOMERAPPRECIATION:
1111 division was Junior Curtis
U with Daniel Francis second.
Beginner winner Michael]
Williamson was followed by SALE
runner-up Kimberly Hozie.
The kindergarten tricycle
BACK competition went to Andrea
Allen, first place and Ann

Baker Chief second.Deputy Sheriff Robert ca You Can Buy With Confidence At Badcocks.

FROM A LONG TRIP ? Patrolman Green all and Paul the Carter bicycles.Highway inspected [ca' Customer Satisfaction What We Strive For.

Carter worked with studentsat

Hampton Elementary over We Finance Our Own Accounts
the past month in a unit on

A FELLOW (OR A FAMILY) CAN GET bike safety teachers., pedestrian in cooperation and with bus caVe Have Free Delivery

AWFULLY HUNGRY AND THIRSTY "With bikes on the the growing road children numberof

need to know the safety

rules The,"last Carter roadeo said.in Bradford BADGOGKS IS YOUR FULL 0;,

JUST RIDING AROUND. County was held around ten
years ago, according to the
best recollections of Tom
Casey Hampton principal. SERVICE STORE.
Asked who thought of the idea .
Those folks on the moon will have to wait a while, Casey responded, "some
teachers brought it up and we

but around here we have ingeniously located our all activity"Jean agreed for Clark it the would children.headed be a "good the From The Carpet Up ,

stores just about one good hunger pang apart. has organization gone smoothly and everything" Casey

said.County Supt. Jim Temple, We Have Anything In Household Goods.

on hand for the roadeo,

CLEVER OF US, saying congratulated good for"this the children has the really"effort been Bill Wilson, Owner Of Badcock, Extends A Personal

WOULDN'T YOU SAY-! During the week before the
bike roadeo students took partin The To ComeIn
Residents In Area
STOP IN ON YOUR WAY TO HADLEY RILLE a poster contest. The Welcome To New
children promoted safety in

was their chosen posters from and the each best grade.one & Shop Badcock Where You Will Find All Name

OPEN 7 :00 A.M. TO 11 00 P.M. EVERY DAY These were the winners Robin:

Krenach Kindergarten.; first grade: Andrea Brand Merchandise.
Allen; second: Dee Dee
: WeltersThird; : Tract Hozie;
Lori Stone fifth: 128 S. WALNUT
fourth: ;
Handt-Uati) .,,r., y Marian Trisler and sixth: 1904 964.5289
| ,, Scott Davis. BESTABLISHEO
In the category of cautious
pedestrians the beginner first
place went to Michael

FOOD STORES Mowry Williamson, runner-up.with Advanced Donna HOME FURNISHING CENTERS

and tied
Tommy Uodriquez I

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Garbage -----------------------
has strewn around them creatinga had suggested.
an annual budget of Trawick I
(From Page 1)Trawick's ) around $50ooo.. The county loading problem and an
contributes $26,000 of that, unsightly mess. That systemuses Shuford argued against the
suggestion the state the balance. strategically located proposal, citing experience I
Monday was for the county to Another dump near Raiford containers which a specially gained in Lawtey where the
take bids on a countywide Is county owned, the property equipped truck picks up and town had imposed a garbage
privately operated garbage having been donated by a empties. tax and then had trouble
Revenue to
pick up service. timber firm, and Jointly collecting it.
pay for the pick up service After recessing for lunch the
Bradford and
could be derived from Union operated Counties.by board met again to pay bills
N s A residents through a charge Trawick and got into another to blame
(rl'r reported Monday "People are going
added onto electric bills, he discussion of the garbage
that the
approximately 60 per the ad- the one who
out. Several countiesare problem, debating
pointed cent of the refuse said. "The
going into money, Shulord
visability of getting into the
handling garbage the Keystone Heights land fill best thing for us to do is to
and in garbage collection business.
w v'Y this manner some
ix t1 comes from sources other contract with a franchised
residents are required than Bradford County. A tree operatorlet him do the work
Trawick added."We've Roberts proposed a tax
participate. surgeon from Melrose and the collecting. If there are
electric bills with
talked we've charged on
gone recently dumped nine loads of complaints, he can handle
that to for any
thing for revenue going a
over this garbage so pay "
trees hauled
there from
f s long..." stated Chairman Melrose until he was stopped, franchised operation, as
Ralph Bryan. Trawick said."Keystone .
."We're close now to havingone is getting stuff City Fish
land fill In the entire
they won't allow them to
county." How many land fills &
dump Clay, Trawick said.
does the county have Com-
He suggested that a full
& missioner Dave Shuford time man be hired to patrolthe Meat Market
rMu 4. '; asked. Trawick replied three, KH land fill and that the
; Starke, Lawtey and Brooker, land fill be fenced. The 964-8077 .
now that the Hampton dump Is
-4'4 1 commission gave the go- '
E. Brownlee
closed. Shuford pointed out ahead on both suggestions. 611
that the dumps at Starke, Trawick further suggestedthat
Lawtey, and Brooker are city if a central land fill CHUCK ROAST SMOKED PICNIC
owned, adding the county operation is begun in the HAM .79 LB
owns) only one, the Keystone
1 county, the KH land wouldbe
Heights dump. the best site.
Though the land Is owned by FRESH RIBS SHOULDER ROUND
The sanitarian also pointedout
the towns, the county with its that Levy County Is FOR .98 LB ROAST OR $1.39 LB
state and county jointly beginning a central garbage BAR-B-Q STEAKCLUB
funded Mosquito Control Unit collection service as he
maintains all the dumps. The suggested above. Suwannee PORK LOIN
City of Starke pays $5,000 per County has the Dempster STEAKS $1.39LB CHOPS S1.O9 LB
year to the county to have its Dumpster system that
dump maintained but that Is Bradford several
the only such funds the county investigated 1/2 OR WHOLE SUNNY LAND
Trawick said, but
years ago
1 SKS> receives. residents don't put their trash SLAB $1.09 LB SMOKEDSAUSAGE .89 LBCARPS !.
The mosquito control unit into the containers but leave it SMOKED BACON

One calf tackled and another on the run. this was a familiar picture at the Sixth annual c n\
Sera itiblo last Saturday night; at the Bradford County Fairgrounds.Sf .

I ,.ellIlllt. CUBB Voted Due Saturday [ GOING OUT

(({From Page 1)}

Residents in Clay, Union, voters will elect represen- between Mrs.Catherine Dean, S .
chamber's plan to erect a new Baker and Bradford counties tatives from Districts 1 and 3, present CUBB Board mem-
headquarters building on a will cast their votes on while the present represen- ber, and Mrs. Juanita Griffin,
corner of Walnut and Madison Saturday. October 6, between tatives from District 2 will be 22 year resident of Starke who
streets and asked:: the BCDAto 8 a.m and 5 p.m., to decide retained on the board until has worked in Neighborhood
loan funds to the chamberfor who will represent them on next year. Service, RAYC and NAACP.
that purpose. He said it the Board of Directors of Residents of Bradford Candidate from District 3
would be repaid over a periodof CUBE Economic Agency. Inc. County's District 1 (Starke \Hampton and Brooker) will OF BUSINESS
10 years with interest. In accordance with the and Heilbronn Springs) will be Reverend Preston Perry,
rotation system previously vote at the NeighborhoodService life time resident, active in
adopted by the board of Center in the RJE PTA and church work,
The proposal was tabled for directors, Bradford County Building and will choose
ID days with the understanding -
that the chamberwill -
solicit all other help
available in the form of ALONE
donations of materials and
labor, and then determine how
large a loan will be needed.

Even though no papers have
been signed yet it looks as if
they are very much interested
in coming here Its just a

aiiq matter legal of matters.clearing up details SAVE $40 SET !

'ew members Arthur
Gaskets and Arthur Bruno
were seated on the board andit fi-.jLi r
was reorganized with Moore
being re-elected as chairman,
Guy Andrews ;is vice chair
man and L Ervin Andrews as LIMITED TIMEINNERSPRING
secretarytreasurerOthers I
in attendance at the
meeting were member
Freeman Register and or
executive secretary John
MyersJacksonville FOAM RUBBER

.... Luxurious Medallion

.. Puff Quilted to Foam

.s Regular

DirectoryAuto 79.95 5995Each

Savings Galore

Siilei and !Service ; ; t

Parriih Motor ..F 1' %' t Twin size mattress or matching box spring
"'i >' i Full size 69 95 each piece
SAI.FS Thru Out Store .

RER PARTS' Super King Size

"I..,* Goad yard Cm... 4 o 259.95Set .

Ml L.OISt.. .-..Pk.PIANOS .assrf 15.515- m Best A Pedie Queen Size 189.95 Set All Items Reduced


Y.1.II.I'L' \ O 'r
CO\S( : and KIMHAM.KltlltAI.I. : Elegant Decorator

-g' Puff Print Quilted Cover to Foam

4 :_ Regular 89.95 6995Each 3 0 %

IWt.ANS. "SV\I.N: .KR"

Rooiev.lt Mall I 383-8519
2929 N. W. Ijth, Gair vlll. Twin size mattress or matching box spring
r ;1s 'r Full size 79.95 each piece

FURNITURE v s t l ti \,., Super King Size 299.95 Set

AT Compltl.DISCOUN. .4 Queen Size 219.95 Set .


Up things T II I0e Savings
Boxley Choir Co.

Malone's revolutionary SILENT SEAL Box Spring.
64? Ca.t.rt I Bleu
Fran I 10 triple coated with Space Age Sealant. NEVER RUSTS
Jochtoft.il. 3d.174). ) SQUEAKS OR RATTLES I

M. II". C .Hann
AUTO ELECTRIC [ "7.t-Hrrm.: ,. !': Makers of the famous REGAL mattress '
PE 4 \V Ilrolher I, Sales Final

lilfrtric Cn..
...,,1" I
"Alt.rs.t.n Starter Denmark, Furniture C". 01 Starke ".,

C..ratMs R.gvtatoriAUTO paT No Refunds Or : ,

TRUCK. tWlj t Exchanges t.. :

DIESEL ....:...= ....
4044 LunaM ..". Jan.

387-2529 1'W..CALL ST PMONI M4-SI27 'TAU I. PLO|IDA


4. 1973 TELEGRAPH Page 7

TuckerFrom ...............,.... ..................................... ....1..1..., New Era ........................:..t.e ............................................

( Page 1)) expected to be released in two twice the estimated cost. (From Paqe 1)) office Employment f Service.Florida State Rent mission The has County also budgeted Com

In other action, the council: weeks.approach Braswell the zoning was advisedto board. -Agreed with Clerk MerrillEdwards' rT-----: 1 from an old photograph received from this tenant will $1,000 for use by the Trusteesin
-Appointed Pat Farnsworth told suggestion to showing cows grazing along be used to buy materials for the restoration work. It is
-was by Surveyor
chairman of the city McMillan that an easementfor proceed with negotiating an the Call Street sidewalk, and continued renovation of the planned to seek further
zoning board, now down to sewer line to< the Hardce's electrical tie-in with the Cityof an old iron fence surrounding building. Labor for the contributions from civic:
three members, so that hamburger stand now under Gainesville.Set the courthouse. restoration work is being clubs other local govern
organization can meet and construction on North Temple Work of restoring the provided by the local National mental units and individual
begin to< function. Chairman Avenue is In an a meeting next building has already begun Guard unit as a community donors as the work
L. M. Gaines resigned to being sought Tuesday Oct. 9, at 7 p.m. to and a suite of offices is now project, and by other volunteers progresses.
expedient manner.
become county zoning begin work on the 1973-74 being occupied by the Starke .
director and veteran member Discussed; the state budget to total over $1 million. -
Mrs. Marguerite Hall, Department of Tran- Clerk Merrill Edwards
resigned. sportation's proposal to widen handed out copies of the
-Advised Charlie Braswell SIMS west from US-301 to the proposed budget for study. His r She GasThe
who asked city limits. The council is figures submitted to the Sawyer -
locate a mobile home to reluctant to commit funds to council include across-the- __
on the when the board 5.5 cent
Epperson Street, that project city per salary
board the needs sewer lines in other increases on top of the 5.5 per Number 1
zoning has in effect
a 60-(
day moratorium areas so badly. Widening SR- cent cost-of-living raise the
on mobile
16 east cost the city some employees received three
homes in the
city, pending Sales & Service Firm
results of a land use study $120.000 in relocating) utilities. months ago.

Installing The Number 1

Second Annual Florida State Heating & Air Conditioner In The Nation


right wrestling with the calf Horace Sellers battles to
OCTOBER 5 6 & 7,1973 get the halter on this calf and does to become one of the Carrier
winners of the 1973! Calf Scramble.

Blut Grass Sptoial Country Music Park, Lawtoy, Fla.

Rain' or SIa,....Shflttr Provided Bring Lawn Chair-No A Itohelie B ".ratl... SENIOR CITIZENSTwo
The Ultimate In
IN PERSON subjects of vital im- presided by Pat Farnsworth

portance to senior citizens and attended by Rep. Williamsand
all retired and disabled Asst. Jimmy Crosby and Central Heat & Air
persons in Bradford Countywere the Committee of the Senior ;
Citizens Club elected at ,
Y discussed and action our
decided upon.Working last meeting, Lewis and
in conjunction with Bernie Smith, Bill Richards. 80,000 BTU Carrier Gas Furnace
the Social Security Adm. Harry Eib and Joe Kerrigan I
Gainesville our club had i drew up plans of action. A
taken the task of calling a Committee of four from Five Year Compressor Warranty
Thermostat Controls
at the Palatka were also
meeting Rec. Center. present All Labor and Materials
Pratt St. Oct. 16, 10 a.m. The Wm. and Mary Fry Carol Seven Air Supply Ducts
subject is "Supplementary Giardina and Gloria Dewd- 24,000 BTU"Coolmg
MAC:WISEMAN BILL MONROE RALPH STANLEY Security Income" for the ney Putnam County Com- One Return Uuct .Carrier Oil Furnace Availableriflfl.7
aged, blind and disabled. As munity Action Agency who !I
GRAND OLE OPRY of Jan. 1, 1974 all persons also have transportation
receiving Social Security problems. With the held of all
checks and who are also these people and support of
r1WAY OCT.I the people of Bradford Countywe
dependent on Old Age fl
Assistance or Welfare will Be hope to start the wheels ; >
BUI Moon ...
tad hta Bluafnaa Boyi 0, Moody
Had Rids Ita 81..11'''' Tarhaal. Show Slaria at transferred completely for rolling. I
Noon Till Midnight. income through S.S. At our last Club Meeting,
This is a big task. There will Sept. 26, a book "The Stone L1tt
SAT,OCT.S.1:00 P M,and. Ts.F.... be many problems. In order to Baby", was shown to the
expedite: this program our membership and placed in our
Jim and.Jaaaa ud UM Virginia 80,.. Sill Honroa and. Club is working closely with Public Library in loving t
tha Bluafrata 80'.1. Mourn.Ralph SUnWj and Mr. Gentry Mr. Fisher and memory of Martha Sundem. / $139000COMPLETELY
UM CUnch Mt.Bo,..Don ReDo and BiD Kurrall and Ih.' .t
Mr. Fontana of New members to our Club
the S.S. Adm.,
Tana. Cutup Mae WlMnua, ftrtty Flahar. Th.
Frkmb of Blo.......Tha 81..11'. '''T.rb.. ... Ojd. Gainesville to get this job were\ Walter Hoffman, Ger- '
Moody Bad Ractor. 4 completed so that no senior trude Wentz and George ; INSTALLED
citizen or others will be left Cheshier. Happy Birthdays, _
SUNDAY.OCT.7 out. Cooperate with us and Emma Morton Vernon Olin, PLUS ANY
attend this important meeting Ed Roberts Elfie Newton, NECESSARYELECTRICAL
Jim nod.Jaiaa aid Tka Virginia! Bo.lIaIph Stanley JIM and JESSE _
and William Wed-
Oct. 16. Representatives of the Bradley.
and tha Clinch Mountain Bo,.. Mac Wlaanua. Th.
Sullivan Family. Jamn M......... Doe Rano tnd Bill S.S. Adm. will be present. ding Anniversaries were Art AS
Harrvll and Tha Tens. Cutupi. DM Friaada ofBliwfrua. The second point under and Irma Lockwood, 55 years; D PIPING
discussion and action to be Joe and Elsie Stein 56 years;
taken was Transportation.This Houstone and Marion
The Biggest Show OJ Ole Time anJBluegras*Music is a difficult problem Driscoll, Blears. Many"Happy

Ever To Appear In Fla. .Strictly Family Entertainment; which has been brought to the Returns Day to all. /
attention of our County Other matters of great IfMmillllllllllllllll
ADMISSION DIRECTIONS Commission Sens. Bob importance have and will be
PRL .OO.IAT..DO SPECIAL WEEKEND PASS S.HIWAVS01 Saunders Jim Williams and discussed at our meetings. We i /
i" SUNDAY KM ATIILODGATE 7MINORTHSTdRKEFLA Rep. Frank Williams. on Sept. meet again Oct. 9, Rec. PrattSt.
,(I. UNDER 14 YES.,(1.00 PER DAY IN LAWTEY,FLA. 27 we took another step. A ., 1 p.m.If IIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIU
meeting at the CUBB Office, the senior citizens don't .
_. stand together, we won't get
aronoro anywhere.
-Joe Kerrigan


I II if:
I September rainfall was 3.63
inches above the 50-year

BANK OF STARKENow average Bradford for County.that month in

Bradford County's total I
rainfall for September was 5.6
inches almost three times the
50-year average of 1.97 inches ServiceALL
for that month. Santa Fe fire
tower reported the heaviest
rains during the month, with a MAKES OF AIR CONDITIONINGCALL
total of 6.5 inches. Louis Hill US FOR FAST PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
tower at Highland recorded an
even 6 inches while New 964-7701
River tower had 44. .
Since January 1 the county
has had 61.78 inches of rain,
more than 4 inches above the
50-year average of 57.75 for
the first nine months. The
61.78 total is within 2.14 inchesof AIR CONDITIONING

the 50-year) average for an
entire year 63.92. inches.


5 %


LN'J<< 3,



H 60x24 OAKRIDG 3 bedroom with family room

-.. ($20000 OVER COST

Interest On Pass Book Savings Effective : asS S

other double-wides as low OW

Oct. 1,1973' .:i' $
3 9 9 5
12wides starting at
Interest Paid '
Semi-Annually :;
.,' New American Repossession, small equity

'. and Assume Payments.

Deposits Made, By 10th Of Any Month OLD MEDAL MOBILE HOMES

Earns Interest From The 1st Of The Month r'' 4620 376-1452 N.W.13TH ST. tIL


.". '
Member F.D.I.C. b
Accounts Insured To $20,000.00

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r -- : __ T r _- Girls Invited To Compete For Miss Florida Teenager .OQOQOOQOOOOOOOOOO0OOOQOO0OOOOOC

Any teen-ager interested in THANK YOU
Young ladies of this area Florida Teen-Ager Pageantwill entering the Miss Florida
are invited to enter the Miss receive a scholarship, Teen
-Ager Pageant write I

"c l,+ti, IY li ,. r Florida be held Teen-Ager at Winter Pageant Park High to other trip prizes to and compete allexpensepaid in the for Mrs.further Sybil information Shaffer may 215 to I would like to thank the voters of

School. Winter Park Miss National. Teen-Ager Piedmont Avenue, N, E. Starke for once again placing their
111.y' January 19, 1974. Pageant.Contestants Atlanta caiiarea
Georgia 30312 or
must be bet
code 404 659-4610 or 404 confidence in me as your City Coun
ween 13 and 17 years cf) age as
659.*; 964.
The Miss Florida Teen-Ager
of) September 1, 1974. cilman.
Pageant is the official state
preliminary to the Miss New Members WelcomedBy iiii
National Teen-Ager Pageant
;h .to be held in Atlanta Georgia j | My pledge to you is to serve you, the
>fr 1 1s August 31, 1974. The Officiaihost Roping ClubSix
l hotel for the three day | j people of Starke, for the continued

event is the Langford Resort new families were win a trophy.Annual .
and betterment of our com-
Hotel Winter Park. welcomed as members in the dues are $5 a year, JJ growth

++t The reigning Miss Florida Bradford Roping Club at its and persons interested in munity.
; + pwy + Teen-Ager is Denise Watts of meeting here Monday night.It joining may call 904-8713 or

Lithia. was voted to ride every 9645057. The chuck wagon is Q
Saturday night, giving high open for refreshments every
+ \ 11n
Contestants will be judgedon point trophies every fourth ride night and the general Sincerely
Scholastic Achievement ride night for each class, from public is welcome.
Leadership, poise per. one year old through junior Thanks were extended to /
sonality and beauty. There is boys. A second place belt the public for the large turnout (

1 sYl no swimsuit'or talent com- buckle will also( be awarded. It at the Calf Scramble and
petition.The is not necessary to be a Horse Show last Saturday
winner of the Miss member of the club in order to night.

IM / 1 1 ? !b'u tk 1y 1' l t .I I1:. '. 1

It's hard to tell Mho's winning this battle but eventually Horace Sellers in the dirt ends up csutrnsae
with the halter on the right end of the calf in the Calf Scramble Saturday night

N M 11

. Speed Reading CourseParents /AIiL1

of high school swindle is now thought to be at interested In buying a speed Vi VA
first check
students in Florida are work in Florida. reading course
with their local high school
According to McMahon the
cautioned to be on the alert fora
man traveling around the person visits high schools guidance counselor or the 1' I 1
state selling speed reading where he purchases lists ofstudents' Florida "Department of
names from other Education states McMahon
William McMahon students. He then contacts the

assistant director of the students' parents offering a
Department of Agriculture's speed reading course for $220 Low Income 1 SAVE a*"7- SAVE "1Z SAVE 21;%
which he claims will increase '
consumer services division MEN'S VINYL DOME .r S1RAINJACKETS
reports that a man using reading skills by 85 per cent. 0 UMBRELLAS Jy WALTZ GOWNS
"I understand the FBI is Housing
has bilked
various names
parents of students in Penn- investigating these activities 4 mm J.WAS.!It
sylvania and Michigan out of but in the meantime I strongly Loans / i / ... SAVE 4.7WOMEN'S
thousands of dollars. The recommend that parents Ii w..s.J.a.t. A"( w..s LBS nl/;
"' 1O() % acetate. PANTY HOSE
\Heovyduty vinyl ,1''
1 lace trimmed
AvailableThe \ Removable umbrellas i j't Bound neck
at a
i f'-u NURSERY snap on hood SAVE ZS7. many attractive s I and arms. Pas
withdrawMEN'SDRLONRIBBEDSOCKS bright colors and f. i tel colors. 2f1-9f
1. SPECIAL Farmers Home Ad- patterns, v ill V'SizesS.ML.' wAS
ministration for Florida has flap v.ntilaL,. 100% stretch n y.
'l11 subsidized tion lb 1 I. 1 I on. Opaqueshades.One
J Azaleas Lg. S169 up resumed making r !
''I" ..... loans to help low income Ion vent- 75% orlon acrylic, 25% stretch f fits., all. sue
\\I,. .;ifj: Vlbernum Lg. S169 up families buy rural housing, \ holes.S.ML. nylon.Expertly styled for perfect
l" according to Charles Snell, ft., Sizes 10 to 13. I
;. I Ligustrum Lg. S169 up county FHA supervisor basedin -, 1'

r ._ .::::J All Trees Lg. 15% Off The Alachua program County. allows

federally subsidized mortgage
FALL VEGETABLE Interest rates as low as one
per cent per year for low in-
PLANTS come families who could not

Tray otherwise afford adequate ,, +' 6CtwL ii pbif'tlttli ,
3 Trays housing according to( Snell. LI I
59c $167 Last year the Farmers
For Home Administration) loaned b4yhl'toe6 /I L I II
$83.5 million in Florida. This SAVE a a 7. j I b,Atyl.$'bndeo 1 /
WINTER RYE GRASS 5Lss185 year. 1973.74, that figure will 4 MEN'S MONEY BELTS MEN'S COTTON BRIEFS astIzs$5,, SAVE 32;% SAVE 21 %

be cut considerably "but we'll + kw WOMEN'S BIKINI PANTIES GIRLS' SHORT SLEEVE BLOUSES
for lawns and pasture 50lS S1495 still be able to( make a lot of Y- 01. ( WAS WAS
loans," Snell says. I -1 1d 1 /
FHA funds were placed wu..1dt' 1003 cotton. Extra '4s-
4 7 5 Now is the time;:;..... 1501b. under a moratorium In Trav.lerbelt with secret zippered .t ran g.Salt and I '
77% 23 S .
100% nylon Elasti- cotton, Wide
To but have been Holds and long J tricot. polyester.
apply January, now pocket. money keys.Black wearing
cized. Lace selection' of fashion
2.19 released Snell out. only. Sins 28 to 42. White. S,MLXL, trim, popular prints in
weed and pointed pastel colors,Sizes SMl. many colors Sues 7 to 14

feed for //-.1' I .1pede funds There; will monies be available no additional now i. ) -

4-8-8 the fall will come from the regular 1 ri.
cent-! applications.FHA r
50 lb. 2.19 regular home( loans 4 'FSAVE zS/. SAVE 207 I a t, SAVE nY.GIRLS' '

_. now come with an 8 1-2 per :I MEN'S' MEN'S 'ptA$ i/1R' ty Dtl MDa wa egwSO4P
.. A
.. 7 cent interest rate, Snell said, TENNIS DICKIES s4ne. NYLON I t

1 0 10 1 10 St. Augustine since September 27 Interest \ POLO SHIRTS WORK PANTS ,g PULLOVERS t' _ _
La"ns. rates jumped last week from 7
so lb. 2.29 Covers 2.500 sq. ft. $595 3-4 per cent; prior t9( that they t/ I 01

were 7 1-4 per cent. .
The low income family }, a WA5.LW 7.
WE SPREAD FERTILIZER loans will be used to provide "" 10m cotton SOS polyester, 1 100{ nylonS -- __ JOHNSON'S
decent safe and sanitary "qtr -
with vneck SOS cotton, I-lretchfashion
housing for rural residents, \ White with with chape/set r ., knit
ORIDA GARDEN according to Claude L. Green, eontrostin and soil re* :24d top In color.
r" -s
,. Jr., state director of FHA for $ ; trim on neck lease.Popular stripes.Long .
1STONTROL Florida. { rf and sleeves.SizesS.M.L. colors Sizes29 ., :S Xt sleeve. WAS
CENTER Low income loan funds can to 42. Sizes 7.to 14. envelopes package
be used to buy a lot, furnish
539 EAST CALL STN. water and construct a t( L---

I OIIMICAL (0.64.5 minimum adequate house( _. .. ,

SAVE 1S7. SAVE 22% "yr.
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Columbus missedAmericas e p I

\ 9Y wAa4.1' $y
; NN ell tryl.. I Ii
i .;"yf' I In all Wane. __ _
,- PermanentPressPotch SA VE soX
35% cotton ,
',;, tailored Beautifully pockets.47. 1 s SAVE: SOX
white withlangpointcok in II//Iflh////JA// //// J.M--WAS 1 VASELINEINTENSIVE CARE LOTION

discovery lor. UVj-17. 1 ti.w ti. Wide sol action of fashion ..!'..!..,525
: style and col.

.. Ors. Sizes 8V to 3. 10 ounce for dry skin.a .


SAVE r "' (rY'


?= De Luxt. heavy Na 111 sylug


z Corduroy tar. Copetype. SAVE 11MEN'S ;% SAVE 33 7.MEN'S .sAVa". ;7.WOMEN'S SAVE SO ;7.

Discover "Fried Chicken, the
ought to be." And your familywill patch ing hat.pock.Bill w"s QII .2.9t w..s Fa ,2196 wAf a wA _

enjoy something Columbus et.. Sizes-
8 to 16. Cool, comfortable shoe with Durable, long .wearing. work White fabric with dark stitch Comfortable, soft foot fashions
missed. Wishbone is crispy on the n; cushioned I innersole. Assorted sho.s.Browevinyl uppers I ing.Cushioned innersole.Crepenan Wide selection of styles and
outside and so tender and done rr'\ ft colors.Crepe sale. Sizes 7-12, pren.non-.lip soles.Sizes7-12 skid sole. Sizes 5 to 10. colors. Sins. 5 to 10.

through and through. Head straight
for Wishbone. it's the right course. \1 9. -. ... .. .
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STARKE FLA. tP ... .-* OUAIAMMI0 Ol YOU 1.1k.MONEY 1.,1Ni1.11 lACKI:; Wl:n.II1IIVI: ':,.':''N' THI:.::RIGHT::. TO YLN LIMIT::.I/QUAMTITIMI:11'1/t1I: : s NYNN:N :11N0: :: ':NNIY Y'NNil': 'u

PH. 964-5858 )1. "i r'fi 1 11 yi u'1fAifl.f,l1 }; ''fit 'tb, try killlly't a Y! li r rl1/, }} s't t itil frll 5 s"rlitiill t tilts rr rf71111h 1 M1 1;rltili,!{ 1 bJi} ii''r s''lttilb rifEil'a, ,; '1141tisi titlllio'g, ;ifitii killlrr ,+ iltit IrfiA klli 1
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Wishbone Fried Chicken J Use Our Convenient If Yau'rellat Shopping At Eagles Starke, Florida

Fried. chicken, the .way .it ought to.be. II* Year Round Family Discount Store, Yau'rellat Phone 9647513Page I
*"* MM" !*) *
Layaway Plan. S.inc"ane,!
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Bradford-Clay Realtors Meet Armed

At the September dinner Realtors saluted the home of the Board of Realtors,
meeting of the Bradford-Clay builders of BradfordClaycounties expressed his sincere appreciation Robber
Board of Realtors held at the to the many
Club Continental, the area Frank W. Brown, president builders present for the high
standards of quality main CaughtStarke
tained by them throughout the
j years.Guest. Police caught, then
Thank YouI speaker for( the event 1l Y \ 1 It I turned over to the Bradford
was John A. Gilliland, rl M. Sheriff's Department CarlosE.
Presidnet of Stockton, -n Moore of Gainesville,
I would like Whalely, Davin and Company arrested for) armed robbery..
to thank the citizens of who( spoke on the Moore held up the Handy
Starke for their confidence in present economic condition 1r l 1 ; I At, y, Way convenience store( on
me by re- and: the money market. t: West Brownlee Street at the
electing me to your City Commission closing time of 11 p.m. on
September 25 and took about
unopposed for the next two years. Thieves Take $100 from the store cashier'''

Tools, CigarettesSome I tr"r 1 Bessie Moore Carter.appeared Thursday

I will always : before Bradford County Judge
endeavor to serve you $500 in tools were Elzie Sanders, who( ordered
th.e people of Starke. stolen Friday during the night that the man be held without
Please feel free
to from the K.OA. Camp G bond. The public defender's
call on me anytime. Ground's store room. ,/ office was appointed to the
Missing from the store room I : case that probably will end up
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Page 10 The Sweetest Strawberries TELEGRAPH TM Side of Heaven October 4. 1973 Dard' 's Foot Lifts Jackets 16-13

Injury Torn BHS As Injuries Hit Five Tornadoes

St. .
return by Bryant
from behind by Richard
Tim Crews lost On down
by yard.
final two quarters
the its
Tony Dardi's Augustine started on own
the St. Augustinesix.
third and 11, Charlie Green Starratt at
: the left side
the winning inning through 28-yard line and drove down to
night as the St. the Tornado line. swept right for a 19 yard carry the 41 before runing out of
Yellow Jackets Steve Register,who anchors and a first down on the 23. On the next play, Green steam. On fourth and 10, the
Face Live Oak Behind the running of Crews fired a TD pass to Bruce
To the favored awn the left side of the Barnes in the end zone. The 'Jackets were forced to punt
and Green the Tornadoes
nadoes, 16-13,in a iTiado defensive line left kick by Green then hit the the ball away but a roughing
injury moved the ball out to the 35
with a knee
Conference game. tf game the kicker penalty was
crossbar and fell as
lam 1 the second quarter and where they found themselvesin Bradford,
With the score Bradford took a 6-0 lead with assessed against
Dardi booted the diinot return to action. His a third and nine situation giving St. Augustine a first
in the first
Tim Crews then cracked 5:20:: remaining
abrice sorely felt by over
Here Friday NightTommy out ning with field 7:10:goal Brlford was as St. Augustine left tackle and rambled 59 quarter.After. kickoff (See Page )
14 yard
yards before being dragged a
game. Bradford pic.-d up 125 yards rushing in
the closing the>cond half, as opposed to
excellent running back and Sherman returned 63 i.the first.
effort out of them, concluded an
Randolph should be nurse, whose team will be hits the hole quick and has punt 57 yards, Bu of the yardage was t
that will
the best quarterback seeking it second win of the good speed. At linebacker he St. Augustine 18 picki up by sophomorerunng
the Bradford Tornadoesthis
face is hardnosed and quick. Four Charlie back Eddie Bryant
season and first in Florida
season and they shall find Star Conference play, BUS is The other linebacker for fell incomplete, who hished the night with 122
out this Friday night at now 111. Live Oak is Buzzy Taylor, a Bradford was yardan 27 carries.
Bradford Stadium starting at and senior who is real pick a first Tht St. Augustine win
Pro man for the Bulldogswill up
8 p.m.when Live Oak will visit quid Bradford led at revend last year's score
be Tony Hacker who is a has good pursuit on 11)I
Starke. plays and plays straught as Green hit on when IB Tornadoes won 16-13 .
Not only will BHS face the good blocker, a good receiver, i.. /
ahead well. to Bruce Barnes in Stale. Friday's game was
and a good set of hands, according -
of the
t toughest quarterback to the scouting report.At Team comments from the Hayes. In the 11)'f played on a wet SA field
but will
week this week they
fullback will be Clint Live Oak scouting report are: however, St. before standing room only '1dk
also have to fill the for
spots Warrens, a very quick and the Bulldogs run the option completely crowd hich included a large i
seven varsity starters excellent blocker that hits the well, are very quick and field of play, contingit of Bradford fans.
be out this week
might Randolph, a 186 pound hole very quick, says the aggressive, have a good punting Tornadoes to only Frorrthe opening kickoff,
team and have nine down.
report. Bradfoj: found going
senior, is an excellent signal
players going both ways. Bradford could
hard Johnny Chambliss is going rough ( a face mask call
caller, a good runner
Last the Tornadoes only 10 yards total
both both ways for the Bulldogs at year gave St.Vugustine good field
and an excellent passer I
bested the Bulldogs 20-7 in the second half .
deep and short, according to running back and linebacker.At position>.n its own 49 yard '
Live Oak. Augustine spent
thP rnnnina hark soot he isparter'iS
the Bradford High scouting line.On
report. tht first play fromscrimmag
"Live Oak is always an the Tornadoeswere
agressive team. They are a Baby Reds Win 2O7Bradford's Over penazed on a personalfoul
fairly young team and haven't movir: the ball down to
the Tornao 33 yard line.
yet. but they are
junior varsity The defensive secondary of second quarter for There the Bi Red defense dugin
extremely Head Tornado dangerous David Hurse.says gridders rolled 20-7 past Glen DeSue, Emmett Bright, first score. The and force the 'Jackets to y'f'f'fter 'fv
"They are not real big in Orange Park's Raiders and Lavern Morris was was no good, leavin punt on foun and eight after
size but are real scrappy and Thursday night in Orange credited\ by Coach Trezza with 7-6, still in Terry Haye sacked quar-
with our injury situation as it Park leveling their record 1-1 giving the best performancein favor with ::02 terback Ton>Dardi for a six
is now we are going to have to so far_this season. the loss to Buchholz on remaining in yard loss.Starting.
hustle this wffk." The Baby Tornadoes absorbed Citizens Field in Gainesville quarter. fern their own
The Baby Red record for the line,Bradford found
"How quickly our injuries a tough 6-0 loss to five-yard
heal and whether Donnie Gainesville Buchholz Tuesday season is 1.2eradlord (See Page ) the going roughs, two carries I
Sewell and Steve Register night. Both the Baby Red had a total of 202
play Friday night will make a offensive and defensive units yards rushing while holding
big difference in the game;' made too many mistakes, Orange Park to 66. Passing 6 Local Winners St I
to Coach Ed yardage for Orange Park was
"Our kids are working hard according 26 yards from two passes,
and we exoect a real good Trezza. Tornadoes
while the Baby For PPKSix
racked up 30 yards.
The Raiders drew first ,* 'yRk
blood midway through the boys aged 8-13 from group;; Roger layers of l7
Starke and Heightswill Keystone in the lyear: olds,
first quarter, 4:03: remaining, Keystone
HIGHWAY 21 4L and Steve Wfeeler of
when Orange Park scored on a compete at Englewood in the ISyear olds. Quarterback Charlie Green gets stopped hard by a Yellow Jacket In St. Augustine Friday
MIDDLEBURGColonial 26 yard pass, then making High School Saturday mor- Keystone night when the Tornadoes lost 16-13.
larVnGUESl good the extra point kick to ning at 9 after winning local (See Paqe'M' )
l take a 7-0 lead. titles in the Ford Punt, Pass,
L A"J.f'll"p e/c 1 Early in the second quarter and Kick in Starke last Tigers' Curtiss Sirrn ones
Bradford started a sustained Saturday, sponsored locallyby
Lampsand running from its own 25 yard Terwillegar Motors of
line to the Orange Park's goal. Starke.
Chandeliers Glen DeSue ran 52 of the 74 Winning the first places Named Back OJ.Weel
a_ yards covered by BHS but listed with their age group are
t OUR SPECIALTY fumbled in the end zone while -Jeffery Johnson of Starke in Union High's football two weeks before.
trying for a touchdown. the eight year old age group; running back Curtiss Sir- In the Tigers' opening game
Orange Park recovered and Clayton Norman of Starke in the against Hawthorne, the 61.
e mones was tagged by
PH. 282-4361 took over at its own 20 yard the nine year olds; Bill Godgeof Gainesville Sun as the of- 175 pound junior demoralizedthe
I Starke in the ten old Hornets with a 239' -yard
t year fensive back of the week in
4T-1O/18 line.Freddy Bell carried the ball age group; Tony Williams of this area. effort on the ground and then
up the middle late in the Starke in the 11 year old Sirmones earned this title came back against a fired up
Chit'fland team to gain 104
with his performance last yards in the 7.3 loss to the
1 1l Friday night when Lake

THE 74's ARE HERE 0 Cross Butler City for rolled the Bears.night 44-6 He over followingtwo ran the 233 Sirmones Indians.Last ;year gained as a 620 sophomore yards for

last year's 8-2 Lake Butler
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This Bradford player catchcsthe ball and gets tackled soon
after Friday night in the Rant against! Augustine: as the FOR
Tornadoes lost their first ganieif the season Hi13.BniiUiniFlf".


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4,1973 TELEGRAPH Page 11

I Tiger Offense In High Gear, LB Beats Cross City* 44-6 I IUni(1It I

High's offense got it quick pitch to Sirmones and he the extra point kick, which with a third down. mones who got the ball at the yard line with a first down for twice before Lake Butler got
on Friday night as they ran to the right side of the line was no good. Then Peppers threw one to 10 yard line, broke four the Tigers. the ball again but during that Tigers. Then the two. point
stampeded 44-6 over the Cross and was infested with Bears. On the kickoff the ball went Leslie Rodgers for a gain of 35 tackles, and following good Griffin got the ball again but time the Tiger defense extra point run by Sirmones,
City Bears lit Lake Buller, One of the Bears knocked the out of bounds and the Cross yards and a scoring set up. blocking took the ball back to was stopped hard for no gain. recovered two fumbles.On making the score 296. This
making it 2-1 for the Tigers soar ball out of Sirmones' hand and City offensive unit took over at With one yard to go for the the CC 45 yard line, a run back On second down Sirmones was the only scoring in the
( this season. recovered the fumble for the 40 yard line. score on a first down, Paul of 45 yards. tried but the CC defense held iirst down the pass from third quarter.
Curtiss Sirmones was the Cross City.Cross On the first down Cleve Corbin took the ball over for After three plays LB had him to one yard. Perry to Buddy Perry was
highlight of the game with a City had the ball at Timmons took the ball from a the score and the game was moved down to the 35 yard line On the third down play incomplete. But on second STATISTICSLB
total of 239 yards rushing, the Tiger 37 yard line but was quick pitch and escaped withfour tied 66. The point after at- with just inches to go for the Perry connected to Jack down Perry completed to
including two touchdown runs unable to move the ball yards against the Tigers. tempt was no good and the first down on a fourth. McGill in the end zone for the McGill for a gain of 19 yards CC
of 85 and 92 yards. against the defensive front On second down the Bears teams were deadlocked with Griffin got the ball, loweredhis score, and LB led 12-6 with which put the Tigers on the 28
Two weeks ago Sirmones line of LB and on fourth down attempted a pass but it was 10:30: seconds left in the first head and went for the 7:12: left in the first half. yard line. 14 First Downs 4
rushed for 322 yards against the Tigers expected them to picked: off by a Tiger and LB middle, then broke loose with Perry's kick was good and After an incomplete pass on 377 Yds.Rushing 50
Hawthorne. He almost broke punt. They didn't. With two had the ball at its own 26 yard half.Receiving the kickoff for the good blocking and speed and Lake Butler led 136. first down Perry connectedwith 63 Yds. Passing 123
3M()) yards this week but one secondary men out of the Tigers was workhorse Sir- gained 24 yards down to the 11 The ball changed hands Sirmones on second for 11 517.1 PC-PA-PI 5-14-3
way line.After to the 17 line and
yards yard a
two 1 Fumbles Lost ,2
run 81 yards was called playing deep, the Bears incomplete passes
first down.
back because of a holding completed a 25 yard and a one yard run by Griffin 62 Yards Penalized 130
On the first down John Ross
penalty. before the Tigers could do LB was forced to punt and CC
Sirmones wasn't the only anything. got the ball at the Bear 35 yard was standing almost on the Score by Quarters:
explosive the Tigers were That beautifully executed line. On first down a 15 yard goal line and Perry hit him CC 06006LB
carrying. Lorenzo Griffin play must have made the pushing penalty put the Bearson with a pass and Ross wobbledover 6 15 8 15 44
the line for the
carried the ball for 116 yards. Tiger defense their 20 yard line. t
Both of these mad because in score. Now the score was 19-6 Then Sirmones made a two
in high school.runners are three downs Cross City didn't Then they attempted a pass with only 15 seconds left in the yard run up the middle for the
juniors move the ball an inch. On and again it was intercepted, score in the fourth quarter and
The Tigers received
kickoff and after the fourth down at the nine yard this time by Glenn Kemp who half.Then Sirmones ran the ball the point after kick by Perrywas
opening ,back a line, Cross City attempted a took it back to the 30 yard line over for the extra two points good and the score was 36-
three yard run by Sir- S
Lake Cutler field goal. It was no good but a of LB. making the score 216. 6. On a kickoff return Sir-
mones line. was on its five yard off-sides penalty Then Perry put the ball in mones ran the ball from the

23 The yard Cross City defense against LB put them on the the air for LB and the ball In the second half scoringwas two to the score for 92 yards
four yard line with another changed hands again as and
contained LB on the first done like this. A one yard Griffin made the run after
series of downs down to go. Robert Peppers interceptedthe f run by Lorenzo Griffin aftera making the score 44-6 at the
from the forcing themto Cross City ran Paul Corbin, ball and Cross City had it sustained drive bv the end of the game.
punt 31 yard line. a 195 pound senior up the again this time on the 45 yard
Then the Tiger defense was middle trying for a touch-
put to work and work they did, down, but he fell a yard short line.On second down after an -AA
containing the Bears to three and the Tiger offense took incomplete pass they tried for ->= r WEDNESDAYNIGHT
downs and a punt. over at its 1 yard line. another. This one from
Lake Butler got the ball on Two conservative plays Peppers to Timmons on a FISH
its 40 yard line but didn't keep turned into be big gainers anda screen was complete and
it long On first down LB ran a touchdown for the Tigers. Timmons made a good run SPECIALCocktail

With the first down, quarterback after getting it and moved the ,.
Abraham Perry gave ball closer to the goal by 25 'T. ,
g f. WISE the ball to Lorenzo Griffin, yards. 91175
who broke loose off the right Two penalties, one of five Lounge
guard for a 4 yard gainer and yards for illegal motion of A1, The fried Flounder
RENT another first down at the 15 backfield and the other 15 You Can Eat

yard line.Sirmones. yards for grabbing the face INCLUDES CHOICE OFPOTATO.
The practical answer to got the ball this mask, put the Bears back to .
temporary needs time and on a similar play the 40 yard line, still with a
took the ball 85 yards for the first down.
first score of the game. With it On second down, a pass This St.Augustine runner looks like he might be in trouble Friday night as Tornado defensiveman 3500 SW 13TH ST GAINESVILLE. FLA. 37B-2931
6-0 and 2:34: seconds left in the from Peppers to Corbin put came to the attack.
first quarter, Perry tried for the ball on the 35 yard line

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BABY'S FURNITURE r Injuries struck Bradford with broken hands played Tim Crews was the leading- Placing went as follows in

PLUMBING TOOLS footballers last Friday night throughout the game from the runner for Bradford with a the different olds-second age groups: 13 will

YARD & GARDEN TOOLS during the game against St. first period. total of 22 yards from nine year Watkins and third Gregory weighin
SICK ROOM SUPPLIES Augustine, which was a major Hayes and Loper will be out carries for an average of 2.4 12 olds Norman;
cause of BUS of competition for at least year Jeffery
MOVING EQUIPMENT losing 16-13 yards per carry.Quarterback in second and Marcus Guce in
making the Tornado record 1. three to four weeks, accordingto Charlie Green
MISC. ITEMS third 11 olds George favor.
1-1 so far this season. Hurse. threw 17 passes in the game Payne; in second year and Leonard your :
Send for complete list "It was a very physical ball Running back Tim Crews for 72 yards from the five Jonson in third; 10 year olds -
game and as long as we had was hit with a knee injury completions.
Scott Allen and Clark
our physical people in the during the game and was not Sheldon Hodge led the Kenny ;
old Richard
A7VZ3RRENTAL game we were all right," says running to his full ability.Two defense with seven tackles year and group FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE
Head Bradford Coach David other defensive players that and two assists. Ronnie Hall O'Donoghue Barry King; _
old Todd JeHe ion at Clark Street
eight year group -Telephone.964.7050
Nurse usually start for the Tornadoes made five tackles ( ;
Steve did not play Friday Denton.'
Register, senior Green received the of-
center, went out with Injuriesin night also because of injuries.
43O8 N.W 13TH ST fensive back of the week
the second Mike Gaskins at monster
quarter Donnie
1 BLK N 39TH AVE.GAINESVILLE. award and Terry Hayes
Sewell also went out in the position and Ricky Hall at the
earned the defensive linemanof
FLA. second period while Terry pro man position did not startin
the week.
373-8596 Haves and Donald Loper both the game. Effective October 1 1973.
This made seven startersfor ,
the Tornadoes that were
hit with injuries this week. SA Beats III IS...
"We felt like we beat our
DeWitl C. Jones Funeral Home selves although St. Augustinehad (From Page 10))
a lot to do with it,
"We down on the Tornado 26.
commented Hurse.
STARKE played a tougher game than Seven plays later, Bryant r
Phone g6 -6200 SA but it seemed like all the scored from one yard out for
the first'Jacket TD. The extra .
injuries happened at one time
Rental this week." point attempt by Dardi was \' .: "

Hospital; Beds, Walkers, \Wheel Chairs & Crutches. The Tornadoes had a good good and St. Augustine took a
and Coach 7-6 lead with 6:50: remaining in
practice Monday ",
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS nurse feels that they can fill the half.
some of the gaps and that to The extra point attempt was
473-3176 \ and Bradford took 13-7
Phone good a
win BHS will have to have a '
better effort than last week. lead with 2:35 remaining in 1i '..
the second quarter.St. *'''',
Augustine made it a 13-13
tie with 11:10: remaining in the ..
game as Bryant scored .
around left end on a one yardrun. n.
The drive originated on i\\ '
the 'Jacket 40 yard line with .
Nus/80ft five running plays off the left .('
side of the Tornado line, >
netting 58 yards.
The extra point attempt was

MOBILE HOMES blocked.On the. next series of downs,

''Ne. Bradford was unable to pick ..- ,.
up a first down and the

1650 N. Temple Ave. 964-7212 Jackets took over on the
Tornado 40. After moving the Interest on Pass-Book

Starke, Fla. Open 9-8 -1-6 Sun. ball to the 15 where it was first
and 10, St. Augustine was

Your Mobile Home and unable Dardi to move kicked the an football 18-yard AccountsPayable

field goal with 7:10 remainingto Savings
be played.

Shopping STATISTICS ( Semi Annually)

Bradford St. Augustine

6 First Downs 6
[Altair Ara ArgoBoanza Bronzwood Capella Crescent! 85 Yds. Rushing 188

Ora 0 Elmwood Sheffield 75 6-18-0 Yds.PC-PA-PI Passing 3-10-0 12 This Is The Highest Rate Allowed

1 Fumbles 1

Year End Close Out 77 Penalties 70 By Law For Commercial Banks

Continues BHS JV Wills...

1973 Draco (From Page 10))

Repo Jimmy Prevatt edged Funds Deposited By The 10th Of Any Month

12x65 3 BR BATH & 1/2 through Orange Park's

defense for the second score,

12x65 Fully Furnished giving point lead the over Tornadoes the Raiders.a five. Earn Interest From The First

3 Br. Bath & 1/2 With Air Conditioning The Raiders blocked the extra
point kick, leaving the score
Assume PaymentsStill 12-7, Bradford with 5:55:
$6395THIS remaining in the third period.Glen .
DeSue charged
through the Raiders defense
IS YOUR COUPON FOR once again in the fourth
= quarter 'on a drive up the
., NOT 10,000 BUT 15,000 S&H: GREEN middle from Orange Park's
m.. one. Ken Aycox ran for a two Florida FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE
STAMPS WITH THE PURCHASE OF A NEW 73 HOME point conversion leaving National *
Bradford with a 20-7 victoryover ofFlorida STARKE FLORIDA
downs keeping Orange Park
25FT OF WATER HOOK-UP a. 20 FT OF SEWER PIPE PLUS A SET OF STEPS down to nine, whilehalms

over 50 yards
against the Baby Tornadoes.

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Let It All Hang Out By m' .'" .

Bobby r

Inability to see the forest for the The arguments in favor of federal Taylor t: !

trees is a time-honored American trait financing of federal campaigns are

of which we are all guilty at one timeor many and persuasive. First of all, the The 1973 edition of the "Calf

another. equal financing is seen as an "equal Scramble" was one of the best

opportunity" measure, enabling the we have had.

That does not mean we should candidates of both parties to have the
The 4-H[ and FFA membersand
complacently 'accept this failing, but benefit of equal financial resources the calves put on a good

rather should don our bifocals and with which to wage the enormously show for the crowd. I hope

make every effort to penetrate the expensive battle of the TV screen. In that everyone who contributedto

depths of the forest.In 1972, outsize contributions by wealthy efforts the are scramble justified feels, and their will

corporations and other big-money be looking forward to an even
any proceedings as complex and contributors enabled the GOP to bigger and better scramble

complicated as the Senate Watergate throw nearly twice as much into the !It J next year.

Committee hearings it is to settle did the r
easy presidential campaign as v r' tS Even the
though men
for the obvious and fail to get to the Democrats. who scrambled for young the calves

heart of the matter. This is the pitfall had to work hard for their

that entraps many who denounce the, Likewise, in the Congressionalcontests prize their work is just

hearings as an exercise in political the big money advantagewas beginning. They are requiredto

revenge, and call for an end to the twice as great for incumbent keep and manage their
heifer for two
a period
investigation on the grounds that the candidates of both parties as for their before acquiring year full

testimony has become boring and the competition. Such an obvious in- ownership. During this period,

hearings are diverting Congress from balance of financing tends to perpetuate each boy must carry out a

"getting on with the business of the in office the incumbents who pasture program, keep
records on his project, and
people. have an enormous advantage over show the animal at each Fair

their challengers.: .2i and Scramble during the next
As a matter of fact, the real purposeof two years. We hope this experience -

the IS the business of will be beneficial to
investigation We can only how able,
the people, and we are not speaking would-be aspirants guess to high many political the boys and possibly be the
Peas start of successful in
Zipper Zip To SuccessAlong career
of the of Along
primarily burglary office are discouraged from entering the beef cattle business for

Democratic National Headquarters in every national campaign by the each one.

Washington, deplorable as this action nightmare of spiralling costs. Time

might have been. We are speaking of was when the traditional American with Ernie Ford, Cone says his current crop and another in the fall. The to all these qualities, it is Our pecan looks pretty
the virtual disenfranchisement of youth could dream of becoming former county agent George is yielding at the rate of 75 to fall planting usually yields a extra popular with the good this year crop despite some

thousands of American voters by President with some degree of hope-. T. Huggins might be saying 85 bushels per acre, and bit heavier than the spring housewives because of the insect and disease problemsthat
"Bless your little pea-picking bringing an average price of crop. Cone says the Zipper is ease with which it can be
election are nut
having our processes but now, faced with the prospect of heart"as he kneels knee-deep $5 per bushel. It isn't all profit, by all odds the heaviest shelled"Just as simple as drop. Now causing is the some time
prostitutedactually being sold to the raising $60 million to reach this goal, in a lush growth of seven acres however as all of his costs, yielding pea he has cultivated. pulling a zipper," Hugginssaid prepare your orchard for to

highest bidder for fantastically large few would be foolhardy enough to even of Zipper Cream peas on the including labor, are up -and that is how it won its harvest. Begin to mow or disk

sums of money, much of it obtained try. Clyde Cone farm near proportionately. But Cone Huggins, a connoisseur of name. excess weeds or grass and
from "sucker" corporations who were Brooker. seems well satisfied with good eating, sings the praises remove fallen limbs and
results- the extent that he The Zipper was developedby
of the
the mellowist
Zipper as
coerced (blackmailed might be a more As be there will be Huggins and Cone have debris so harvest will be
might expected, plants two crops of Zippersper munchiest, mouth-wateringist Dr. A. P. Lorz; who
fitting word) into coughing up hundreds and has been strong partisan worked hand and glove for the yearone in the spring pea ever sprouted. In addition managed to combine the best easier. Bob Allen Farmer'sMarket tells

of thousands of dollars for resistance to election reform. In the past four years to introducethe qualities of several different that he is manager, me
to Bradford checking our crop to
new pea varieties the
benefits implied or actually promised. Senate only five Republicans joinedthe County and make it one of the popular crowders, including and white determine the time for our

twenty-six Democrats in ad- most prolific and popular acres. His experiments first auction. Looks like it will

Results of a Gallup poll made public vocating public financing of national varieties in the area. In fact, Letters continued over a period of be between the first and
BLS. middle
last week report that sixty-five per campaigns. President Nixon, the chief Huggins is so voluble in his to more than ten years before November.

cent of those interviewed now believeit beneficiary of the $60 million praise that he has won the the pea was released to the aI
honorary title of "Mr. Zipper
would be a good idea for the Federal Republican slush fund, quite naturally Pea," general public. Ryegrass and clover are

government to provide a fixed amountof has opposed the proposed legislation, the Editor. Cone takes pride in the fine two winter forage crops that
Huggins takes pride in the are adapted to most areas of
for the campaigns of and his administration spokesmenhave quality of his Zipper peas and
and be used to
fact that he talked staffers at finds our county can
a ready market for all he
presidential and congressional can- taken the position that public the University of Florida can He doesn't dependon help offset higher feed costs

didates, and to prohibit all private financing of Federal campaigns was Experiment Station out of two sales grow to retail outlets, but for wintering cattle and other

contributions. This percentage has "not a subject for hasty legislative pounds (of the newly developed Editor Telegraph: are operated and controlledby sells his peas at the field, and livestock. Ryegrass seed and has
increased substantially over the action"-- meaning, we suspect, that the variety in the spring of 1969, foreign ownership. Your to individual buyers in Starke tripled in cost limited.year You
number who favored such measures in several months before its Congratulations on your fine stewardship to the free press and Gainesville. Sales in the supply is can
2,500 would be about
year right. scheduled release in the fall of editorial entitled, "Lakes Also has been commendable and I Starke are handled by !Mr. reduce the seedling rate of
Watergate hearing days. that year, and before it had Die." wanted you to know that I join Cone's sister, Mrs. M.\ F. ryegrass up to 25 per cent by
even been named. He broughtthe It was outstanding, and its with many others in expressing Hazen, and every morning removal of top growth
Approval of such a measure is But the Watergate testimony has handful of peas home message is appropriate not my thanks to you for during the season the lawn at together with a light

already strong enough in the Senate to clearly shown that the time is right- dried them, and persuaded his only for your circulation area, your determined efforts to her home on Lafayette Streetis cultivation of your pasture to
Brooker friend to make a test but for our nation. For this maintain home ownership of stacked with enhance seedling germinationand
of election hampersof
assure passage an right nowl! And the best vehicle so far survival. This means
reason, I wanted to have it you
has free
planting Cone been the to fill orders
press. peas placed by
reform bill in the upper house. Thirty- suggested for public financing of growing them in ever in- reprinted in The Pat Thomas Zipper pea fans of which can cut seedling rate from 25

one Senators, including both the national campaigns exists in the creasing quantities ever Congressional Record and Rep., 10th District there is an ever growing to 30 pounds per acre down( to
Republican and Democratic leaders, proposed $1 checkoff for political since. thought you would be interested (Florida House of number. about 18 to 23 pounds per acre.

have already endorsed public financingof campaign funds (equally divided in having a copy of RepresentativesWHO Clovers produce excellent
; :::::::::::::::':::::::::::::::::::::::::::::'::::::::::: ':::'::::: my remarks.
presidential and congressional among the parties) that was i. qif You are doing an out quality forage and every
campaigns, and the momentum-- authorized by Congress in 1971, but ::;::: BKVOFOIU COUNTY :::: standing job with The IS IT? i iiiTiTIN livestock producer should

thanks to the Watergate hearingsis did not apply to the 1972 election. :j:: SCIIOOLMENU :::; Telegraph and I enjoy readingit Dear Sir: make an effort to grow this
if he has suitable soil.
clearly on the side of favorable action. :K:'i OCTOBER 8.12 :: every week. I, as a member of the BRADFORD COUNTYBy crop Adequate lime, fertilizer,

Since incumbent Congressmen have Don Fuqua Bradford Roping Club, cannot moisture and good

Unrefuted testimony before the such a big advantage in their Menus" subject to change due Member District of Congress2nd (Florida understand why it is so dIfficult management are the most
(tor impossible) to get
Senate committee has shown that the reelection bids naturally there will be to deliveries. permission to park our John important factors for successful
1972 presidential campaign was uniquein partisan resistance to this reform. The MOMV (Editor's Note: Following are visitors' horse trailers on the O'Mearaa production.

the amount of money (now admittedas advantage of incumbency and, by CorndogsBaked Congressman Fuqua'sremarks the Bradford County Fair _
preceding __ __ _
$60 million) raised on behalf of Mr. implication, the explanation for this Beans reproduction (of the editorial, Association grounds are grounds not otherwise when the We've been talking about

Nixon's reelection.The Congressional resistance to basic Cabbage Salad "Lakes Also Die" in The being used. food shortages fuel shor-
reform, has been spelled out by the Banana Congressional( Record on The Bradford County area is tages, seed and feed shortagesfor
number of
Biscuit September 26) At the request of the Fair gifted a large several months.It .
raising of campaign funds by organization known as Common Cause, Milk pecan shade trees. Most of

explicit or implied promises of favors a "citizens lobby" that has been "Mr. Speaker, the Bradford drawing Association event, of our the largest is these trees were planted years appears there will be a

and the actual selling of favors is one of pressing hard for public financing of TUESDAY- County Telegraph of Starke, held on the same day year as theca ago by residents who were fertilizer shortage this fall and

the seamy sides of the Anglo-Saxon election campaigns.Their Hamburger on Bun Fla. has long been recognizedas If scramble. Naturally, interested in growing pecans spring. You should plan your
political system. But no party, in our Lettuce, Tomato, Pickle one of the Nation's out- parking is limited outside the commercially.As fertilizer needs well in ad-
French FriesApplesauce standing weekly newspapers. fair grounds. Since the Fair vance and find a dealer that
documented history, has ever reachedthe analysis showed that the Starke has grown pecan
the or Oven Apples "In the September 20, 1973 Association has plenty of groves have had to give way to can supply your needs at the
excesses practiced by incumbent Cookie
average representativeraised issue of this paper, the space not being used we houses, so it is not an uncommon proper time. In any case, it is
Republican Party in 1972.It about $60 thousand in reelection publishers printed an out- asked for permission to park sight to see many more important now for( you to

funds, compared with some $30 \\FDESIY: standing editorial that I would the horse trailers there. We large pecan trees shading this use soil tests to determine
is a matter of common knowledgethat thousand for his major party like to have reprinted in the were directed to the individual"in area's homes. your lime and fertilizer needsso
for donors Record for others to read. charge" of it. However, your crop can make more
wealthy challenger. The incumbent Peanut
many years Butter SandwichHalf
average of fertilizer
when he was asked to unlock During this time of year efficient use
individuals or businesses, have soughtto Senator raised $525 thousand, compared Deviled Egg "Their comments about the gate, he flatly refused conspicuous, large tentlike applied
purchase favors including such with less than $250 thousand for Buttered Peas pollution of a lake in their area saying that he could not do it. webs can be seen on the outer
choice plums as ambassadorships, his challenger.But Macaroni and Tomato can be transposed to literally branches of pecan trees in I'll be happy to discuss your
cabinet positions, and lesser offices, by Milk Peach Half hundreds of thousands of Assuming we would have no most any area of the County. winter feed or pasture
similar circumstances across difficulty getting the gate These webs are the work of program with you at any time.
excessive campaign contributions. But if the members of Congress of the Nation. Ultimately, the open we sent out the invitations the Fall Webworm. Its habit of Just call or come by your
last year there were admitted instances both parties are sincere in their THURSI \Y- solution to many of the and it was very locating its web at the outer County Agents office at your

of Republican fund raisers denunciation of the campaign tactics pollution problems in the embarassing trying to park ends of branches distinguishesthis convenience.half .

seeking to-pressure companies and and financing disclosed in Watergate FishwichGrits Nation citizens will become come when concerned local the trailers all jammed into insect from most other
the small availableto .
corporations'chat were in some way testimony, now is the time for them to Cabbage Slaw enough to take an interest and us.very It wasn't space too convenient "tent caterpillars" the cypress volume

dependent upon favorable government prove their good motives by sup- Green BeansOrangeJuice do something at that level. for the people trying to get out Though not considered an growing in this Country. Most
action and in the end less Bars or Orange of the remainder is located in
no than porting campaign reform legislation The stated either.It economic forest pest it occasionally -
Juice Jello "As Telegraph Georgia and South Carolina.
seven "blue chip" corporations admitted regardless of its effect on their per- Milk we got into this mess because doesn't seem to be an does considerable
making illegal campaign sonal reelection finances.As people just would not get impossible request, if we damage to commercial pecan Bald cypress has been one
contributions out of corporation funds.If FKIDVYDry interested until it was too( could just nail down the groves. When disease, of the prized lumber trees of
sta rvation do not
late." person or persons with the the Southeast since colonial
the Senate hearings continue Beans with authority to give us per- sufficiently control the insect, times. It is the same driftwood

the Republican Party can uncover there will doubtless be disclosures of Tomato Wedges Rice Dear Mr. Matthews: misom.i Can anyone tell us chemical control may be colored, graceful tree that

comparable improprieties in the other reforms needed to require more Mixed Fruit Cup who. it is? necessary. attracts millions each year to

Democratic camp let them proceed. complete control of campaign spen- Buttered Carrots Conner Commissioner has informed Doyle that Mrs. Robert Underhill Most homeowners simply Cypress Gardens.

That is the purpose, as we see it, of the ding. But the time to start is now, and Cinnamon Rolls you and your sons-jn-law me will Route,Starke ignore the webs of this insect. More than one hillion board

Senate committee. Let the Senatorsget the place to start is with federal continue to operate your very However, if you want to get feet of cypress lumber was ,
all the HAMPTON; ROADEO rid of the unsightly silken web reported milled in the year :
facts out where we can see financing of federal elections. MilkWISH newspaper. and caterpillar larvae, just
IS GREAT SUCCESS 1913 its peak year. From thenon
the broad expanse of both parties for I'D SAID How refreshing it is to see remove them from small trees there was a decline in .
that is the only way in which election O. K., Mr. Congressmanthe ball is people who represent fine Dear Mr. Editor: and burn them production. In 1954, the last '

reform( will be brought about. yours. THAT actively Florida engaged stock remaining in an im- With a great deal of pride, I Bald cypress may be on the forest such records were kept, j'
industry cut 240 million
of the report to you that the small way back as an important
portant segment
news board
feet. Today in Florida
community of Hampton did timber tree, particularly in
media in our state! few
t something great for children Florida and Louisiana. These very mills reportedly use

RIQq BRADFORD Bud Dickinson last Saturday! The success of two states encompass over County However, Bradford jl
tE COU of Florida our "Safety Roadeo" far does have a cypress
A 1 / -aINVi ta7eZj "A man is known by the Tallahassee, Florida. exceeded our highest ex sawmill in the Lawtey area. '
ACTIV[ it: r company he keeps. Kindnessand : pectation. Eighty children To enumerate by name all
p4 who would
helped consume a
rra honesty are contagious" Dear Mr. Matthews: ages 5-12, participated. ; and of editorial Evidence suggests a
o ) -0. R. Wright The Lebanon we didn't dispense one band- large portion your general build-up in the supplyof

OCR here school
mutual at
two Mo. Through our friend, aid! page. So we second-growth cypress, and
( )
RusticRepublican. Conner, I recently trust that you will convey, Florida
Doyle with 1.4 billion cubic
1Tjor BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER As Sgt. Paul Carter so ably
had "Letters to theEditor"
that arrangedto through
Publisher learned you put it, "Not one of us could your feet reported in 1970,
keep The Telegraph in local column, our heartfelt possesses one-fourth of the
Published each have
it alone-it
Thursday and entered as Second Class Matter at the Post Office at Starke, "Some hands through the transfer of took a thanks to each one of those nation's What.
Fla. under Act of March 3, 1879. people are so anxious total community effort." I growing stock.
to make' living that your ownership of the paper to personally feel that the who gave of themselves to is now needed to help boost

Subscription rate in trade area: 16 pet year: U.50 six moo*. they've forgotten how to your sonsinlaw.It's donation of $25 by a twenty make it a great day for this valuable wetland species r

Phone 964-6J05 Outside trade area: 17 per year Si.OO aix i moo... Starke, Fla. live."-Fred W. Grown The sad year old Hampton resident children. Is a market that will use small
.rsren (N. J. certainly a day Illustrates the dedication of Sincerely, size cypress so over-stocked
I ) Citizen. when our local newspapers the entire community. Jean Clark stands can be thinned.

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Community Classified -------
and of issuance, the -
REGISTER FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL description of the property, and
the names in which it was
BRADFORD COUNTY. assessed are as follows: CLASSIFIED AD HATES WANTED horse saddles what INTERESTED In baby sitting at
Certificate No. 14 NewsBy home. For details Phone 964-
Notice is hereby given that have you got? Dahmers
the undersigned, Jeannette CASE NO.73.243 Year of Issuance 1970 Deadline for insertion Discount tfchg 7286. 2tp 10-4
Description of Property: Com at
Tuesday Noon
Warren, sole owner, P. O. Box preceding
723, Starke Fla. MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE SW Cor of NW Quarter of SW Thursday before publication. -- -- -- -
32091 intends - - -
Quarter and run E on Quarter Minimum
to Charge 2.00
engage\ in business under Elizabeth Givens: / Walker
the fictitious name, JEANNETTE'S MANDY GRIFFIS and THELMA Sec. Line 760' for POB, then N (Covers 15 Words)

WIG SHOP at 126 M. GRIFFIS, Plaintiffsvs- 300', E 100', S 300', W 100' to services for Sunday. Each word over 35, REDUCE safe and fast with

North Court Street Starke' KATHERINE M. RITTER, POB ex. S 200'. Sec. 22, T-6S, SCHOOL NEWS minatmg Regular services Sunday, Oct. 10 cents LOVING CARE for your child in GoBose Tablets and E.Vap
home day or night. $1008
"water pills" Andrews
Fla., 32091, and that she wulregister
said name with the All interested adults are 14.Ebenezer Baptist Church, All Classified Ads must be a week. 964-6032 Up Pharmacy 356 W. Madison,

Clerk of the Circuit Court NOTICE OF ACTIONTo Name in which assessed: John invited to attend the classes Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. paid for in advance unless you Starke. Sip 10-18
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Bradford County, Florida. and Mary Lennon organized in the various Bible Class each Tuesday have an established) account -

Jeannette Warren, sole : All of said property being in centers for the convenience of night. Prayer Meeting,' with the Telegraph, in that - - -

owner. Dated this 11th day of KATHERINE M. RITTER the County of Bradford, State of working people. Anyone can Thursday night.. Sunday event 50 cents extra charge
422 East McCord Florida. attend for self Improvementor for billing. Not REAMES AND THORNTON gas
July 1973. 9-13 4t 10-4 School, 9:30: Morning serviceat / responsible for LOSE WEIGHT safely and fast
Centralia, Illinois 62801 Unless such certificate or for a better job offer. For errors when given o\er the line and water line main-
11. Evening p.m with X-II Diet Plan, $3.00.
certificates shall be redeemed more information call Vo- Greater Bethlehem phone or when copy is not tenance also service for gas
REDUCE Excess Fluids with
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an according to law the property Tech, 964-6150. f'reewill Baptist Church, Rev, typed and brought to UK office appliances. 24 hours service.. X-Pel, 300. Money Back
In Ph. 964-7730 964 8279.
action to foreclose a mortgageon described such certificate or or 4tp.
Jasper pastor. Guarantee at Koch Drug. 18tp
certificates will be sold to the CHURCH NEWS 10-11
the following described
CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR BRAD- Weekly services began with 11-8
property In Bradford County, highest bidder at the court
FORD COUNTY. Ushers Board No. 2 and Choir
Florida: house door on Monday in Monthof New H>,-e Baptist Church, - - -
No. 3 meeting Monday night -- -- - --
CASE NO.DONNA October, 1973, which is the Rev. S. W. Mosely, pastor. ,
The Senior Choir rehearsed MISCELLANEOUSTen
D VARA, Wife- Lots 8 and 9 of Block 29, Peek'sAddition 22nd day of October, 1973. Sunday School, 10 a.m. WANTED
Tuesday night. Prayer AT THEBradfordUnion
Petitioner, and GLENN K. VARA, to the Town of Starke, Dated this 14th day of Morning service at 11. Afternoon Meeting Wednesday night. For information on World Book
and in Section September, 1973.GILBERTS. service 4 Area Voca-
HusbandRespondentNOTICE lying being 29 p.m. Encyclopedia call M. A.
Ladies Circle meets each
6 South BROWN, CLERK Visitors always welcome. tional Technical Center. Please
Township Range 22 Payne, 964 6560 after 5 p.m.
OF ACTION East, according to the plat By: Beulah M. Moody Greater Allen Chapel AME Thursday each night. Prayer Band delicious colors of soft tip apply in person after 2:00: P.M. tlchg

thereof recorded In Plat Book 1, Clerk of Circuit Court of Church, Rev. B. C, Williams, meeting Friday night. pens, Expresso Showcase. For more information call 964-
The Ushers will sell dinners
TO: GLENN K. VARA Page 40, public records of Bradford County Florida. Pastor from the kitchen Saturday Bradford County Telegraph. TF 6150. Itchg _. - -

2049 Cherry Lane Bradford County, Florida; 10.4 4t 10.25 The fourth and last Quar Monthly Sunday SchoolTeachers

Chesapeake, Virginia 23323 terly Conference was held
conference will be
has been filed against you and Sunday, Sept 23, with Rev. R. WANTED Used furniture, CARS CARS CARS
held at 6
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an you are required to serve a copy E. Lamb, Presiding Elder of is Pastoral refrigerators washers Dahmer's -
Sunday Day. k4.
action for divorce has been filed of your written defenses, if any, FOR the West Jacksonville School at 9:30. Morning Discount House tfchg DEPENDABLE TRANSPORTATION
Sunday -
to it on Dudley P. Hardy, TAX DEED District, in charge. The :
against you and you are requiredto Sec. 194.16 FS. service at 11 Dinner will K PLUS 30 DAY WARRANTY
serve a copy of your written plaintiffs' attorney, whose business session was very be served at 12:30. Evening ON MOST CARS
if address is P. O. Drawer 1030, informative.
defenses any, to it on R.
Franklin Pitch Plaintiff's attorney, Starke, Florida on or before NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, All activities are leading service, 6pm. The annualMen's SUB CONTRACTOR Elec-

whose address is P 0. Box 1113, November 10, 1973 and file the that W. R. ALDERMAN, the toward completing the con- Day is scheduled for trician will do remodeling and OWNED OPERATEDBY

Gainesville Florida on or before original with the Clerk of this holder of the following certificates ference year's work. Con- October 28 All members are repairs.. 9648087. 4tp 10-11 A STARKE MAN
has filed said certificatesfor asked to please cooperate with
October 8, 1973, and file the Court either before service on ference will be held in
original with the court either plaintiffs' attorney or immediately a tax deed to be issued November in St Augustine.All this activity. -- -- - -- Marchant Auto Sales
thereon. The certificate, numbersand
before service on plaintiff's attorney after; otherwise a members are asked to No hunting ; for sale and
or immediately thereafter, default will be entered against years of issuance the work hard toward the termination rent signs.. signs Bradford County GAINESVILLE A
for the relief demanded in description of the property and of the Men's
otherwise, a default will be entered you Day Telegraph. TF 1636 S.E 3RD AVE
the Complaint. the names In which it was October 14. All
against you for the relief program J M
demanded in the Complaint or WITNESS my hand and the assessed are as follows: members are asked to Filing Cabinents; office fur MARCHANT WILL

Petition. seal of this Court on September25th Certificate No. 32 cooperate with the captainsfor niture; index file drawers. TREAT YOU RIGHT '
Year of Issuance 1970
WITNESS rrw hand and seal of A. D. 1973. the success ofthe Bradford County Telegraph. TF
Description of Prnnertv. Lot 1

this Court on 7th day of Sep- Sly 25' of Lot 2 BikYiri'Te-ple;; program.. .. .. _. Household bleach ---------- -- ..........
GILBERT BROWN i\ew oetnei sometimes -- -------------
tember, 1973. \ Baptist Church,
Clerk Circuit Court Add in NW Quarter of NE Rev Leroy Davis pastor. turns drip dries and

Gilbert. Brown By: Beulah M Moody Quarter, Sec. 28, T.6-S, R22. Prayer Meeting Tuesday crease-resista nt clothes yellow. LAST 10 DAYSWorld's

Clerk of Circuit Court Deputy Clerk night; Bible Class Thursday Never use a bleach on "treat
10-4 4t 10-24 Name in which assessed: Joe night Choir No. 2 will ed cottons. When "treated

By: Beulah M. Moody ,- Morris Napier. rehearse Friday night at 7:30.: lotions" become !yellow, the

Deputy Clerk IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF All of said property being in Sunday School!, 10 a.m., ter- discoloration can be removed I Fastest, Most I Dangerous I I Game
the County of Bradford, State of by soaking the garment in a
Florida hot solution of
9-13 4t 104NOTICE CUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND any cnmniprrial ;,.

FOR BRADFORD COUNTY certificates Unless such shall certificate be redeemed or I the cMcLt'eStnJou wonder color where remover tlw.I.low Anliyou'll and you can bet on it!

OF CONTINUATIONOF according to law the property went
PUBLIC HEARING CASE NO. 73182IN described in such certificate or *

certificates will be sold to the ay ANN D ALLEN Finu
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY RE: The Marriage of ALICE E. highest bidder at the court t'aies and porcelain tile often r

CONCERN: ARWOOD, Petitioner, and house door on Monday in Monthof These arc the d.iva when stand out like a sore finger.

WESLEY L. ARWOOD, III, October, 1973 which is the one is hearing the word, protein You can eliminate Ihejn with Matinees

You are hereby notified that Respondent 22nd day of October, 1973. ,n lot more. Protein comes (the help of a solution of Ajax 12 Noon ''I .

the public hearing regarding Dated this 14th day of from the Greek, who surely All Purpose Cleaner in warm

National Protein Inc. which was NOTICE OF SUIT September, 1973.GILBERT had a word for it! It means writer, a sponge and rubber Mon.. Wed. r r rI'

held on September 20, 1973, will S. BROWN, CLERK primary or holding first place gloves! Try it, don't knuckle & Sat.

be reconvened on Wednesday To S-5: Wesley L. Arwood, III By: Beulah Mo Moody and tl>.it's because protein is under i Air Conditioned Theater Type Seating Snack Bar Bev r gesTelewagering -

October 31, 1973, at 10:00: a.m. 265907961HHC Clerk of Circuit Court of u vit.il part of every single cell Want to mike :jour! candle C at Your Seat Stitt Law: You must ba 18
Bradford County Florida. in the human slams ? Scrape as
in the County Commissioners' body.Perhaps wax wane '
78th ENG. BN S. W. Fret Parking-For Resarvatioos Ocala
10.4 4t 10.25 ar a, 591-2345
much off the cloth
Meeting Room in the Bradford as possible
| too, one of the re-
APO, New York 09351 Gainesville 3769044SR
County Courthouse, Starke, sons! we hear so much about with a dull knife Place cloth ar.a.

Florida.All YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat NOTICE OFAPPLICATION protein in! became it can't be between two white paper napkins 318 JUST EAST US 441 2 Ml. EAST OF 1-75 ALL SEATS 75* to $t.5Q
Interested (for towels) and
persons desiringto an action for dissolution of FOR stored( in the body like fat or press
speak at this public hearingwill of the with a warm iron.
marriage has been filed againstyou TAX DEED some vitamins. You

do so.be given the opportunity to serve and a copy you of are your required written to Sec. 194.16, F.S your need. ,protein diet lacks every. I protein day. When, the Sirvice *. Selection e Savings Service Seltotion' Savings *.

defenses, if ary to it on SHAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, hodv draws it from muscles, .

FOR THE DEPARTMENTOF & KOPELOUSOS. Attorneys for that W. R. ALDERMAN, the n mi you stand a chance of

POLLUTION CONTROL: Petitioner, whose address is 142 holder of the following certificates feeling very tired, definitely |I. Suwannee Valley f fI fi

R. L. Caleen, Jr. West Call Street P 0. Box has filed said certificatesfor not a new you.

Attorney for the Department 1086, Starke Florida 32091 a tax deed to be issued True, meats, poultry and

and file the original with the thereon. The certificate numbersand fish 'are a hnsic source of protein .

2652 Executive Center Circle Clerk of the above styled Courton years of issuance, the But with rising prices

Montgomery Building or before November 5, 1973, description of the property, and and supply fluctuations the Mobile I
Tallahassee, Florida 32301 Homes
otherwise a judgment may be the names in which it was question does occur, "Where I i

entered against you for the relief assessed are as follows: d.i we !get the protein?"

demanded in the Petition Certificate No. 25 I. "
< ( not forget milk which
WITNESS my hand and the Year of Issuance 1969 .
NOTICEOF INTENTIONTO i-i alai II fine source of high
seal of said Court on the 27th Description of Property: Lot 4 .
REGISTER quality| protein, meaning that, .
day of September 1973.GILBERT and S 15' of Lot 5 Blk 28 in LT -
f HCTITIOUSNAME "it. true comes! from an animal, 0
and Co's Add. M :::I
and romaine' the amino acids

o Pursuant, to section 86509 S. BROWN w huh raii't lie faked by mannf .
AS CLERK OF SAID COURT Name in which assessed
r4rrda" Statutes notice is .iclurt* or synthesized in a l.i- :
By: Donna M. Branson Jerome Griffis. 12 Wides TotolElectric12X05 :
hereby given that the un Deputy Clerk All of said property being in Ixir.ilorv Two-thirds of a cup .
lei signed, Maitland Whitehead of milk gives much
as protein o
the .
10-4 4t 10.25 County Bradford State of
"d Stanley L Whitehead. Florida. at /mi ounce of meat Cheese,
itung business under the firm --- -- wlmli is really concentrated

'lameofM, Whitehead Builders NOTICE OFAPPLICATION Unless such certificate or milk ran filto replace ounce Start $3995LIVE
certificates shall be redeemed
Ri, I 1. Mimosa Manor Starke FOR law for ounce some of the meat !

Bradford County Florida, in- TAX DEED described according in to such certificate the property, or .you're nut, getting' 2Br 2 Bath

'ends to register said fictitious' Sec 194 16 F S Protein foods have .
certificates will be sold to the n way
name under the provisions ofOoresaid highest bidder at the court of "implementing! each other
house door on Monday Monthof Cere.ils, h.ne some protein
Dated at Starke, Florida this that W. R ALDERMAN:. the October, 1973, which is the lint add. milk fo them and

4th day of August A D 1973 holder of has the filed said following certificatesfor certificates 22nd day of October, 1973. have a Netter protein combi'Ultion you- f 24 WidesStart i

Dated this 14th day of
Maitland Whitehead a tax deed to be issued September, 1913.GILBERTS. .
Stanley L. Whitehead thereon The certificate numbers
ki4 I,) 4t 1025 and years of issuance the
description' ol the and $6995
property Clerk of Circuit Court of TAX DEED : Q .
,' the names in which
Bradford County, Florida. Sec. 194.16, F.S
Ill.( > i 11H 1 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF assessed are as follows 104 4t 10.25


.\DFORD COUNTY Year of Issuance 1968 NOTICE OF that W. R. ALDERMAN the ,

Description of Property Com APPLICATION FOR holder of the I
H". Estate of LEASTON A. 860', E and 30' N of SW Cor of TAX DEED following certificates %
has filed said certificates '
". >NN" Deceased NW Quarter of SW Quarter, N Sec 194 16. F S for a tax deed to be issued I Register NOW 1 g

100'. E 50', S 100'. W 50' to
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thereon The certificate numbersand
NOTICE' TO CREDITORS POB Sec 22. T.6.S. R-22E that W R ALDERMAN. the years of issuance the >' *"

,> ,el creditors and all persons Name in which assessed' holder of the following' ceitificates description of the property and ; For Color TV &
Frances SlocumAll has filed said certificate! the names in which it was :: >
1 wing claims or demandstqjinM for a tax deed to be issued assessed are as follows .

.1 you, said and estate.each of you arei the County of said of Bradford property being State of in and thereon years The of certificate issuance numbers the Year Certificate of Issuance No. 43 1970 1: .1 Other Prizes To Be Given ;.

<" ieby notified and required to Florida description of the property. and Description of Property Com at .I .,
present, any claims and demands Unless such certificate or Away Sept. 29
NE Cor
certificates shall be redeemed the names in which ItVas of NW Quarter of SE -.
winch you or either of you may follows Quarter and run S. 525' W .
assessed are as \ /
... *"
''civs the of according to law the property -.-
against estate '
Certificate No 29 315', for POB, then W 155.3'. to WE .ERN
I EASTON: A WYNN. described in such certificate or HWY NE of rd. 193.6' 121'to .... ... --
Year of Issuance 1970 en
It-ceased to the Judge of the certificates will be sold to the .
POB ex R W. Sec. 32 T 6 S.R22 t -
Description of Property W Half AirConitioningAvailable
highest bidder at the
did Court Starke Courthouse court
Bradford County. Florida within house door on Monday in Of Lot 4 of Blk 17 Ex. N 5' ol LT TODAY IN A 5

months from the date of the Month of October 1973 whichis and Co's S-D Name in which assessed: Joe With All Homes: .

last publication of this notice' the 22nd day of October FraiserAll
Name in which assessed
Each claim or demand must 1973Dated of said
JACQUELYN E McKINNONAll property being in
De in writing and must state the this 14th day of the County of Bradford State ic Free *"
place of residence and post- September 1973GILBERT of said property being in of Delivery
office address of the claimantand S BROWN, CLERK the County of Bradford. State of Unless such certificate en

must be sworn\ / to by the By Beulah M Moody Florida or
Within 100 1 1 !!
certificates shall be Miles
.claimant, his agent or his attorney Clerk of Circuit Court of Unless such certificate or .
Bradford County FlondaCJ10-4 certificates shall be redeemed according to law the property CD
or it will become void
described in
law 4t 10.25 according to law the property such certificate or
according described in such certificate or certificates will be sold to the
Each creditor shall deliver -- ,
certificates will be sold to the highest bidder at the court
Miflicient copies of his claim to NOTICE OFAPPLICATION !
house door on the Monday
highest at the court in Valley
nriiible Court
the to mail one to FOR
house door on Monday in Monthof Month of October, 1973, which
"IKK h personal
representative. TAX DEED ;
October, 1973 which is the is the 22nd day of October,
D.I led
September 25 A D. Sec. 194.19, F.S.

l'J/3 22nd Dated day of this October.14th 1973 1973.Dated this 14th day of Phone 37.f515 '
day of
Mary Williamson Wynn NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,

Fruo Joyce Wynn Duncan that W. R. ALDERMAN, the September 1973 September GILBERTS., 1973. Mobile I S3 1 N.W.I3tbSt. '
A'. F"rJrulrlCI1'1 uf the Last Will holder of the following\ / certificates -
By Beulah M M By: Beulah M. Moody
and' | I"'I'rfI'"t! of Leaslon A has filed said certificatesfor Clerk of Circuit C ,i" "dv of Clerk of Circuit Court of Gainesville I I I1.A F1a.

W/nn,, Itxusrtiiii.If ( |. a tax deed to be issued Bradford
Bradford County Fi' ia County, Florida.
i III 10 ;7t, thereon. The certificate numbers 10 4 41 10 25 10 4 4t 10-25 Saviacs ferric* I Service Seltctioa' *


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, mobile home hurricane anchoring FOR SALE Registered Black AT REDUCED RATES S SAVE $ U.S. 90 W..t Lake City

and mobile home roof AUTO FIRE, BOAT CARL BEGGS Phen.
Angus bull, 8 years old. 7523723
Paper Work .
coating. Olin's MOBILE Home Contact Vernon Reddish 964- DOYLE E. CONNER FRED DAVIS For Best Selection
Service. 964-5606, Rt. Made Easier Gulf ServiceUSED Of

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TV Color picture tubes only S79 R. Q. Simmons SAVE YOU A LOT'' AND TOPPERS
t STEAM CLEANING Engines of plus labor, Dahmers Discount RilejPaving J

all types, automotive, farm tfchg Equip I Co. COVE SPRINGS Full Line Of Port And

machinery. Boyd Service. Ph PARTSFor
964-8359. tfchg ---"------ CoDriveways 317 E Brownloo St. Service tf
FOR SALE Registered Angus Stork., Flo. Most Makes (Of f Cars
..... Bull Calves you pick one FRIDAY NIGHT
now, will be weaned Oct. 1 1. 74 Hr. Wrecker ServiceHwy. 'I!J'
LOST AND FOUND J B. White. Phone 364-6114. Parking Lots Phone 964.6819 8:30: P.M., Apti
301 N- Waldo
When ItsPrint in tfchg ttchfl 309 N. CHERRY ST. Mobile Homes

Day 473-2127 Phone 468.1998 SINGLES & DOUBLE WIDES
t .. Eiipanoo Room & Add
STRAYED LATE 8-TRACK Nights 473-2102 Want To Drink, Thct'i
One cow, owner Tapes fully On Rooms

can claim by identifying and Business, f forms guaranteed. Dozen's to JIMMY MOORE'S Your Business Free 0.11...,)' and >ot Up
pay board bill. Contact Fisher letterheads save choose from.! Now only $2.93 I IM>. n rnwt'r 1 F SB Sperts 100 MILE RADIUS
Gaskins, Rt 1, Box 89' at Dahmer's Discount House. Want To Stop, That'lOu,
Lawtey, Fla. Phone 782-3258: you head- 9tchg 11.11 MORE BOAT FOR BANK FINANCING

4tchg 1025, aches. We follow Keystone Hjits., YOUR MONEY Business HWY 17 NORTH

your orders. ------------ Flu. GREEN COVE seta
-- - Starke Ph. 964-5791
5cal..Partl.S.rvlce T.l. 784-5001 -264-7311

LOST in Hampton area, one Bradford County WE needles NOW for any HAVE make diamond or model TF Complete Outboard & Stern New and Used SEWING

black Scofield Reference Telegraph I stereo player. Dahmer's Drive I'! Service I and Repair.I USED IMPORT CARS PUMPS
Bible If found please Ph. 431- Discount House, tfchg Complete Fiberglass, Repair, MACHINE I

1775. Reward offered. 1tp Custom built Fiberglase' HAIFIII AUTO NEW AND USED
Sate and Service
------------ 509 E. UniversityGainesville. ELNA SALES

AM & FM RADIOS with stereo Home and Buildinc 372-4373 TF New Hom. PARTS
players. Console models, SERVICE
Materials WHITE
( HELWANTED J closing! out at $149.95 Dah
0.., and Shallow WellsPlumbing
A.J. THOMAS REALTOR mer's Discount House. 9tchg WE BUILD MILER, IrtwBVOLKSWAGEN $49.50 u,
964.6162 11-11 0. C. CIHIMThousand Nursery
"Your Plant Or Ours
Part & Repairs
el Plant on
Your Lot Or Ours." Fruit Tr..., Shad Tree.. all SuppliesEXPERT
Nice 3 BR. 2 bath, 2 other mole. machinesNATIONAL
HELP WANTED story ------------ I
on farm -- -- -
egg 5 3 BR, 1 bath, family room FREE ESTIMATES Evergreen, Cornell lot, SERVICE
9646528 days a week., Male or female. 2 BR, 1 bath,, corner lot WATSON'SHOUSE I A..I.... Rate* ON ALL MAKES

Uchg 3 BR, 2 bath,, family room OF VACUUMS I Remodeling RepairsAdditions Meet In Can Plant AnytimeLANDSCAPING PHONE 9647061DURRANCE

3 BR, 1 bath,, on 4 acres New 8. U,.
3 BR, 1 bath in Raiford Many brands of new vacuums Homos Bought Sold d. 23 MI. S.E. Of Sta,",
19 acres SR-16, $16.000 $39.00 up. Used machines Traded Sale ., Hwy. 100 511 W. Univ. Av .

AUTOMOBILES 21 acres, US-301. $30,000 from $10. Expert Repairs all FI..h.",_. 65 .2165 PUMP & SUPPLY CO.
ACREAGE FOR Gainesville, Fla.
makes. Parts and Accessories SALE1MM53
USED 32 acres, SR-100, $37,000 1 Mi. North of the Mall
for all vacuums. BUilt. I in Moved S Blacks North
.. GAINESVILLE 378 1355
--- - -- ---- central
.vacuum 712 N.cleaningsystems. Main, Hwy. 301 S. Stark TF n t t:7 S64 N. Tempi Ave I

FOR SALE 1970 Camaro FOR SALE Gas Range 3 Gainesville 3767110. ear 5 J'ee

350 Cl, power steering disc burner apartment size $25. UOS PRODUCERS NEEDED FOR
964-7672' Up United Farm
brakes tilt wheel 4 speed. ------------ Your
$1,400 firm if interested call Agency, Inc
533, 2531. 2tp 10-11 - - - LINOLEUM FLOOR Covering 6 x Real EstateBroker Real Estate Broker GREEN FINE FENCE POSTS

9, $3.19; 9 x 12, $5.98, 12 x 2eg.
- - - FOR SALE 4 x 7 utility trailer, 12, $11.30; 12 x 15 only Paul & Irene Faulkner INSURED IN THIS AREA
cypress bed, new tires. spring $14.95. Many patterns and
FOR SALE 1968 Ford Associates
body $150. 4734308. No colors. Dahmer's Discount. tf BUY.SELL TRADE FREE ESTIMATES

2 dr. hard top 6 cylinder collect calls Mrs Singletary, ____________ APPRAISALS 206 S. Wafer Street SUPPLY EQUIPMENT
automatic. Good condition Crystal Lake- 1tp L' Starke, floe 964-5065 PO BOX 605 .,....
economy car. Dolph E. homes '
Reddish 964.7220. 2tchg. - - - and houses Several subdivisions Call Bill Powell WANT TO SELL OR m arose, JoriJa
to choose f rom. Only 96 .6464 UYREALESTATE?. 475.2233 DAY OR NIGHT THE CONINE CO.
- - - $95 down. Monthly payments Call Us For Best "ricel CHEYENE CROSS -
Call Street back of shoe tosultyourbudget.Ph..ui8- 24 H rs. A Day Prospects Wo'.inq:: LJ. BONNELL
or 9648331 tfehg
FOR SALE 1964 Ford pickup, 66 repair Sunday Oct. 7, 10 a.m. tfchg _B/3CJ-13T-11/22_ _
engine excellent running Antiques, tables tools

condition new paint $650. Ph clothes, hunting knives sink, ------------
964-8)87. 4tp 104 old milk can, novelties, misc. IIIPP (4& & TR\CTOR CO.Telephone.

items, too much to list. Itp GE COLOR TV, now fom, ATTENTION
$17995, with trade. Brand
- - - new, at Dahmer's Discount FARM MACHINES
HOUSES FOR SALE House. 9tchg 11-11

SIDEWALK SALE Saturday, Opportunity is yours. Will you give New & Used

1tp t.6.S.W""ot, Starke up one or two nights a week to take 4 Mi. N..h.. U.S. 441

FOR SALE New 3 bedroom _ _ _ ( FOR RENT ) advantage of its
brick veneer, 2 baths, living GAINESVILLE. FLA.
room, kitchen and dining
area. Good location. watch "Where Service Is The Better Idea"

Buford Financing Mitchell available., 9646853.Call 964 dog.10-11 6475 Pit B'h i: ;; : homes outside city e Adult Band. Lessons willbe

tfchg White Ph 964611AI14.tsIJ All Musical instruments _ .
given on - ---
--- -- answer call 9646152. tfchg
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homes, each with one half -- --- ------
acre lot. 5 miles out on State FOR SALE ACRE Law for the Layman Course will
HOMESITES, One-half mile FOR RENT 2 BR, Mobile
Road 16 Mvekry10fwf downpayment south of town on west side of Home Air Owen Joist of Florida>> Inc. needs dependable, able
Call Conditioning Wall wills deeds contracts and
collect, Ocala, 6295985 or 301 From $2,695. Phone' 964 to Wall Carpet, inLawtey, Call cover bodied factory help. No eperl tnee necessary.

Jacksonville, 733 0056. 4tchg 6191. 964-6214 Trailer Space.or 7823655.1tp Also other legal documents. Steady work, overtime, fringe benefits.

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FOR SALE Lake Front Home, $244 PER ACREI 40 ACRES Art: Learn to yourself inpencil I' YOU ARE WILLING TO WORK APPLY AT

Lake Geneva w/w carpet air, COLORADO, Highway express

excellent condition. Rental Frontage. Hunt, Fish and Ski HOUSES fOR RENT drawing water or oil paints. OWEN JOIST
Mobile Home in property.in the Rockies. $95 down. $95 ,

Many extras. See to ap per month. Total price 9750.
preciate 473.2232. pit 10.4-73 Financed at 6 per cent. Call AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
Owner Now. Only got 2 left. information Please Call
room furnished,2 more
806.376.8690.1tp Lincoln City Road Monday through Friday
bedroom house. Quiet neigh-
borhood. 7823279, Box 153, 964-6150 Bradford-Union Area
3 Bedroom, Living Room, - - -

Dining Room Kitchen, 1 1-2: Lawtey.2tp10-4 Vocational-Technical Center 609 7:00 A.M. To 5.00: P.M.
bath, CB construction in City. TF
FOR SALE Pensacola ---- ------ -- .
hay just iee-e S- -0 e- -- -
Street Starke
3 Bedroom, Living Room. being cut and baled 80 cents North Orange ,
a bale behind the baler. R. K FOR RENT 3 bedroom
Dining Room, Kitchen, 1 furFlorida 32091.
Smith, 964.7679. nished house 2t-io/4 2
Itchg on.
bath, CB construction in City. Lake from now until June 1. STAKKE<< BUILDERS

- _. - No pets. Married couple A I
Complete Building Service
40( acres, good location, pecan
trees, large frame house in preferred. 9647753. Uchg I Pho:.ie Wt'O) Jl r.. .a.hintton "'t.
gold' condition/ KEEP carpets beautiful despite Mirkr. I I' ...s.
-- ----------
footsteps of a busy family. -

Earn lot, well landscaped, high Buy Blue Lustre. Rent UM SHINYL VINYL
dry, close to all conelectric shampooer $1. Dev- FOR RENT 5 room furnished, 2 ATTENTIONYour (I. 59
veniences in City. rick Inc.. 301 E. Call St., bedroom house. Quiet neighborhood "The No Wax Floor" $4.

964-6163. No pets. 782.3279. nmoUtrlv InstallH 1 (..I'mrar.1 $(,.*.O P" Sq. V*
10 acres, with pines, quiet 1tp ,
neighborhood, just out of GARAGE SALE-Gas range, Future-is BEAUTIFULLY SCULPTURED

City. washer, Duncan Phyfe sofa,
New MobileHome HI. LOW NYLON
china cabinet, hall rack utility
Three nice lots In country, each table, kitchen cabinet Many Colo.. To Chooi From $697
desks Will Be Given
lot has paved road frontage. cedar chests misc. furniture Park G. .D. Examinations E.c..d. F.H.A. Sp.cirtc.llon.

((1 n> 3.56. acres and bnc-a-brae. 10 a m to 4 of October 8th 1973 Applications ____________Compl.Kty____ ___tn.ull.4_______over____Rubb.r______P__.ddin____.__P"___lq.___Vd-___.
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LAW TEY NEWS ABOUT FIRE DEPARTMENTThe HAMPTON AREA NEWSBy the their following help and in all making others the for

of The Safety Roadeo so successful:
Ladies Auxiliary
Sgt. Paul Carter of the Florida
By Elizabeth Terry Hampton Volunteer Fire Josephine Fontaine Highway Patrol, Deputy
met Monday evening at
and Mrs.
the fire house. Several Report is that Mr. Collins is faithful service and all joinedin Robert Green,
children of Jacksonville spent Riddick Mr. and Mrs.
CllimCII ACTIVITIES Service 7:30: Prayer meeting members were absent due to home. singing "For He's A Jolly Joseph ,
with her mother Mr. and
Wednesday, at 7:30 p.m. Saturday illness. Plans were made to Good Fellow". Later in the Warren Stevenson,
Mrs. Loca Raulerson. Rich Mrs. E. W.
Mrs. ,
Faith Baptist Church- participate in the Halloween[ FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS day the faculty gave Mr. Roger
WPXE FAMILY REUNIONThe Frank Dorman of Fort Know, Ky Aug. 9 Hodges, Mrs. Ronald Stinnett,
Radio Program over ,, Parade. Also plans were madeto Rigdon an electric saber saw
Starke, Bam. Sundays. Bible Jacksonville called on his Army Private John Hall, Jr., have a Turkey Drawing for Mrs. Uvie Vincent of Ft. and a beautifully decorated David Godsey, Jerry McGriff,
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- decendants and sister, Mrs. Bryant Reddish, whose parents live at 1403 Thanksgiving. The next Worth, Texas is here with the cake made by, Mrs. Blonnie Pat Glover Mr. and Mrs.
vices 11 a.m. and 7:30 pm predecessors of Richard D. last Thursday. Estella St.,Starke, completed meeting will be on November family of Mrs.Byrd and Mrs. Derkman, cafeteria manager. William Shields, Mrs. Andy
School on Bible Doctrine, and Hettie Lane Bennett planto The Carlton Family eight weeks of basic trainingat :3 at the home of Mrs. Barbara Forsyth, during the operation.She Everyone at the school joins In Santangini Lester
Tuesday, 8 p.m. at Pastor's ( have a family reunion at the Reunion was held Sunday in the U. S. Army Training Bruno. is their aunt. wishing Mr. Rigdon many Wigglesworth, Jr., Connie
home. Prayer Meeting, home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill the Recreation Building in Center, Armor, Ft. Knox, Ky The firemen will meet next Peck Dennison, Frankie happy years of retirement.On Clark, Miss Bonnie Trisler,
Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Bible Anders on Sunday, Oct. 7. All Lake Butler. Among those He received instruction 1 in Monday at the fire house. Jean Keys, and Susie and Mrs. Janet Roark, Rick Ez-
Study. relatives of Mr. and Mrs. present were: Mrs. Charles drill and ceremonies, Mary Beth Singleton visited zell, Miss Laurie Chisholm,
Grace United Methodist t Bennett are invited to attend. Simmons and family, of weapons, map reading, The Rummage Sale sponsored Disney World on Sept. 26. and Forrest Trisler. Mrs.
Church-Sunday School 9:45: Each family is requested to Atlanta, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. J. combat tactics, military by both the VolunteerFire Peck reports that they had a Monday, Oct. 1, Jean Dolores Meng thanks the
a.m. Worship Services 11 am bring lunch, which will be L. Goodman and family children Mrs. courtesy, military justice, Dept. and the Senior good time,but sure had to do a Drapeau,was on hand to workas Hampton Fire Auxiliary and
and 8 p.m. MYF Sunday night served at the noon hour.PERSONALS Eula Carlton and first aid, and army historyand Citizens Club is going this lot of walking. custodian at the school. Senior Citizens for their
Monroe Carlton, Mrs. Carolyn traditions donations of delicious refreshments -
at 6:30: followed by Choir week every afternoon from 5 The Safety Roadeo held at
Holmes and children Mr. and .
NEWS the school on September 29
Practice. and will be all CITY
to 7 p.m open
Mrs. Robert Carlton, Mrs. Mrs. Maureen Paul, School
Highland Baptist Church- Great Lakes, 111., Sept. 25 day Saturday from 9 a.m. to 7pm. was a big success with a good
Jim Newsom and son, Mr.and Librarian, states that the
Sunday School 9:45: a.m.. Mrs. Horace Cox, of Waldo, Seaman Officers for the coming year attendance and splendid
with her Mrs. Jack Kuhne and family Navy ApprenticeEric will take office Winners in all Kindergarten class has begun
Worship Services 11 a m spent Thursday Tomlinson of Mrs on Oct. 5 at the cooperation.
and son
mother Mrs. P. L. Dinkins. Marjorie Denman, Mr divisions with using the library. All school
Choir Practice, 6:30: ; Evening Emma L. Tomlinson of Route Hampton City Hall were presented
While here they visited her Mrs. Will Carlton and family, an engraved trophy, and children are encouraged to
son and daughter-in-law, Mr. of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. 1, Brooker, completed the !NEW' ARRIVALSMr RECREATIONThe runners-up were given name take home books. Perhaps the
and Mrs. Charles Dinkins, of Gordon Carlton and family, of Fire Control Technician imprinted citations. Winnersin parents or older members of
Starke.Mr. Palatka, and Harley Carlton School here. and Mrs. Mosley an- Hampton Senior the Trike Contest were: the family can assist childrenin
FLORIDATHEATRE and Mrs. Burney Dobbs and daughter, of Lake Butler maintain Fire control and technicians electronic nounce the arrival of a new Citizens Club will meet one Champion, Andrea Allen; enjoying these books.
operate -
and granddaughter, Tammy, Approximately 100 persons electrical and baby daughter, named Leticia week late due to the special Runner-up, Ann Baker; Mrs. Katherine
of Jacksonville, were Sunday were present. mechanical used in Trachelle. She is the grand- meeting of the City Council for Beginner Bike, 1st Michael Wiggleswcrth attended a
dinner guests of> their parents, Jerry Hewitt of Orlando wasa modern equipment naval daughter of Mr. and Mrs. the swearing in of new officersof Williamson; 2nd Kimberly meeting last week at the
Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. Friday overnight guest of Sidney Dell. the City. So all Senior Hosie; Junior Bike, 1st Bradford County Health
Other guests of the Dobbs his grandparents, Mr. and systems. Citizens take note, the next James Curtis; 2nd Daniel Department for School Health
were their son-in-law and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. GETWELLNOTES!' meeting will be Oct. 12, 7:30: Francis; Senior Bike. 1st Coordinators. Mrs. Cecelia
Showtime--Weekdays 7:00( daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Er- Mrs. Joe Dorko and Mrs. p.m. at the Old School House. Tommy Bradley; 2nd Kevin Young, Area Leader
Sunday 3:00 nest Hewitt of Tallahassee, Ernest Wells took her sister, WISH I'D SAID Mrs. Ann Byrd and Mrs. Williamson; Beginner information and gave
Saturday 1:00 Mrs. Llruiie Gilchrist, homeon on assisting
who spent the weekend with Shirley Forsyth underwent HAMPTON ELEMENTARYOn Pedestrian, 1st Michael
them. Also Mr. and Mrs. Joey Sunday. Mrs. Wells THAT"A surgery for a kidney tran- Williamson; 2nd Donna crippled children to become
r Dobbs and daughter, of remained with her until from Mrs. Colson Advanced happy, well adjusted citizens.
r i. Sat. Sun. splant Forsyth to Friday, Sept. 28, Mowry: ; :
Jacksonville, spent Sunday Thursday.Mr. Mrs. Byrd. As of this date, the Rigdon, who worked as Pedestrian, 1st Tommy
afternoon with them. and Mrs. J. C. Bench, report is that all is going well custodian of Hampton Rodriguez; 2nd Stephen PAYROLL ENVELOPES, I
Mrs.Joe Shuford visited her Mr. and Mrs. C. A. North and with both. Elementary School for many Spell. The Safety Poster Bradford
......... family, Mrs. Francis Cowan County Telegraph, I i
.. 1'Y aIN sisters Mr. T. H. Connalley, Peck Dennison underwent years, was honored with a Contest winners were: Robin Ph, 964-6305.
and Mrs. Elizabeth Brooker, and Bryan,and Mrs and Mrs. (great many people handle minor surgery on Thursday, program given by the Krenach, Andrea Allen, Dee i
of Miami, over the long John Cowan and daughter all the truth carelessly- Sept 27. Report is he is doing students. On behalf of the Dee Wolters,Traci Hozie, Lori IF WE DON'T HAVE IT '
THE LIFE AND TIMES OF weekend of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs.J. others never touch it at all." well PTA, Mrs. Harold Waters Stone, Marion Trisler and we'll get It for you. Office
F. Robertson
I 1 Miss Arthurine Blanchard and Mrs. -Mrs. Gary Hiott,The Pick Mrs. Ruth Matchett is not presented Mr. Rigdon with Scott Davis. Supplies, Furniture Equipment -
spent the weekend with her Edith Swinney gathered at the ens (S.C.) Sentinal. feeling well. several records and a record Mr. Casey joins Mrs -Bradford County
home of Mr. and Mrs.
1 LPANAVISION cousins, Mr. and Mrs. O. L. S. L. Mrs Ruth Dennison is also player. Principal Tom Casey Katherine Wigglesworth and Telegraph.
Johnson, of Jacksonville.While Swindell and family Sunday under the weather. thanked Mr. Rigdon for his Mrs. Jean Clark in thanking
there she visited other evening to help Mrs. Swindell -
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relatives and friends. celebrate her birthday anniversary
Friends of Mrs. Les Mc- They served cake,
Clellan regret to learn that she ice cream, coffee and punch.
is a patient in St. Vincent's Mrs. Oral Tanner en- Bonus
Hospital, Jacksonville.Mr. tertained for her daughter, Buy FOOD
and Mrs. Britt Rosier, Beth, last Saturday on her Bonus Buy
of Green Cove Springs, visited fourth birthday. Fifteen of her
Mrs Elnora Privett, last little friends helped Beth FLORIDA GRADE 'A1 Beef PotFFRRyEESRHS
Saturday.Mr. celebrate the occasion.
.and Mrs.Jim Burton, of Refreshments of birthdaycake FAIR
Jacksonville, were Thursday and punch were served
evening dinner guests of their Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jones Roast
*. mother, Mrs. P. L. Dinkins. and daughter, and Mr. and
TECHNICOLOH IS'I Mrs. Maines Griffis and Mrs. Earl Wilkerson, of SUPERMARKETS
A National General Pictures Release children, and Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. BONE IN STARKE'S
[fficr Virgil Griffis and family, of Raymond Wilkerson of
Raiford, and Mr. and Mrs 2T03 LB PKG. 320 S. WALNUT !ST.
Palatka with
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Timothy Wilkerson and
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Thursday and Mrs. O. J. Anders on PMNYOUR -4 ((111111''

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afternoon with his parents, '
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Rosier. PROTECTIONPrepared ; !
Pork Loin
Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly FRESH ; PORK FRESH
visited their cousins, Mr. and by The Society of
Mrs. Paul Seaver, of Chartered Property & Casually j ; CHOPS i
PGI NATIONAL GE Nt HAL Jacksonville on Monday. Underwriters, the national pro- SHOULDER
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spent the weekend with her designation by meeting high 2 TO 1 c
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Jacksonville, spent last a car. Will it cost more BUTTS
& Sat. Sunday afternoon with their Bacon120Z
insurance! if the car and insur .
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Anders.Mrs. John Shepherd and mine A. No. The premium is basedon PKG.Pantry. 89c tt:. ales'

Mr. and Mrs. J. Bruce Boyer, the age and driving record of
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brother-in-law and sister, Mr. not on the age and record of the ; I
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