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Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 8, 1974
Publication Date: 1888-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Question Hearing on School's


ZoningObjections



proposed plan to to Lawtey's have., Jne) $6.635 MillionBudget
county administer its future
zoning and building codes
were voiced at the Council
meeting Monday night by
several citizens, one of whom
remarked, "Let Starke run 15
Starke, and let's run Lawtey." August
Councilman Robert Scott
agreed, "We don't get much
consideration from the
county. We were supposed to
have a meeting with them to
figure out the cost of the new City 1974-75 spending bill totaling $6.635 million was adopted Tuesday,

one-registration system, but 6. and a public hearing, required by law, was set for Thursday
we never had the meetingand Stick by 15, at 7 p.m. by the Bradford School Board
the next thing we knew list of school expenditures and for 1974-75
they just sent us a bill"Wayne revenue is advertised on Page
Trw. Massey,chairman of -this issue of The Telegraph another action approved Tuesday by the
the vigilant Lawtey Citizens board preparatory to final adoption of the spending bill on August 15
Council said there was too to the State Department of Education. Aug. 15 is the final date

little land in Lawtey for the "This thing budget can be sent to the state. The hearing is set in the board meeting
owners not to say what they
.1 Ir M VF k 'mt could do with it. He said the right. It was done in the school administration building.
YMw'
county zoning requirementthat What you're doing
prohibits a person from wrong," said a in the newest form the percentage i 1 I much was spent in a specific
replacing an old mobile home spokesman to the is 6.3373, the roll is of the category in 197374. Supt.!
-.?:,'1f't" with a newer and better one, missioners announced in last roll. That Temple admitted the short
once the property is zoned Aug. 6. "working" multiplied by $487 coming last week, saying he
residential, "would not be in On hand to In Monday's mail, arbitrary amount hopes to have that remediedby
w 1 ; the best interest" of some) again the location Jim Temple came Legislature in the 1975-76 budget.
Lawtey citizens who might not Liquor Store near "computor print- $1.5 billion The fact remains, however,
July Wettest Month be able to afford conventional section of the budget figures education, gets that the school board has
,, 1 homes. Road and the school staff local required approved the 1974-75 budget
Y B.F. McCulley, who owns Starke, a small hurriedly make up a 75.The guided only by figures sup-
more than 30 acres in- the Reno residents new plied for 1974-75, with no way
southeast section of Lawtey attempt to get the to which cludes a $400 to compare item by I item what
Another Hash flood last Thursday afternoon brought a return of scenes like this along/ U.S. and\ is now engaged in cattle sioner's approval referred increased raise for was budgeted and what was
'. :Sol at the intersection of Temple Avenue and Pratt St. Almost 15 inches of rain has fallen in raising, charged that the City opening of the board's local and $620 for actually spent in 197374.
,. Bradford County during the past six weeks. would be destroying the value Emmett Bright effort, or amount the continuing The budget adopted
of, his property if they zoned has been issued must remit to the three years of Tuesday for presentation to
August was ushered in with section of the county, while bringing the total for the first the area residential. Although license by the State some $19,000 to service. It also the public and the State
another flash flood Thursday, New River fire tower reported seven months of 1974 to 36.80 McCulley would be "grand- Department and up from the $679,281 pay increases Department of Education
Aug. 1, when 2''a inches of rain only 1.2 inches during this inches. July was the wettest fathered in" with his cattle operating a store last week. That instructional shows an operating budget of
was dumped on Starke in less period, and Louis Hill tower at month so far, with an averageof operation, he asked if the with the state funds under received large (4,491,521 with only ii I < than an hour turning busy U. Highland had only eight tenthsof 9.8 inches. May was second proposed zoning would proval has been School Finance 1973-74, as reserve fund for the o.. ...d
S. 301 into a miniature river in an inch. The downpour highest with an average of prevent a new owner from operate a store in by the same $19,000, Temple, when year which began July 1. Debt
8.05 inches. January was the cattle The site selected total state funds received only $ Service totals S760.70K with
spots, as cars were drowned tapered off about two miles carrying on a operation
out in low areas south of town south of town, and Keystone driest month so far with only in case McCulley sold out. "If for construction of at $4,058,205 as estimated payments on the
and along N. Temple Ave. in Heights escaped without a 1.1 inch. this is not permitted, then the Starke is about 100 last week. for school bus board's several bond issues in
a the city limits. Several had to drizzle. Rainfall by months for the resale value of my property is of Brownlee includes an cafeteria 1974-75 to total $340,336 and a
be pulled out of the water by More than 24 inches of rain first seven months of 1974: ruined because it would not be Lawtey Road, in taxes of ap maintenance men required fund balance of
wreckers and highway patrol has been measured in the Jan., 1.1 ; Feb., 3.25; March, suitable for sale as residential zoned for eight-tenths of cases doubled in $420,372. Contracted
cars county for the three-month 6; Apr., 1.75; May, 8.05; June, lots." poses in 1956, or some $107,164 in drive by the Programs for 1974.75 total
t" Starke was the hardest hit period May, June, and July, 6.8; July, 9.8. McCulley said he, and many commissioners. ministration to $47,234 in the newest budget, a
,."C .. others have lent Jackspm.il'.e( Application has the county is employee as change from some $200,000 in
... ". to get away from such to the Starke to its education week for last week's work draft which
and Emmett Bright as twice the $329,000)) possible. was not explained Tuesday
. restrictions, are now
Council OK's Area being threatened with them and a public This year the Throughout the Capital improvements set
Planning here. "That's the reason 1 left the application at local required effort 1974-75 budget, for 74-75 total $1,404,992.
there," he declared. "I hopewe no protests were according to have been boosted by $1.2 million in state
don't back there," A delegation of revenue certifica which the
run
you
For Water Pollution ControlCity Councilman Scott replied. the area school board now has on
. County Zoning DirectorL.M. earlier meeting deposit at the Florida Bank at
Games, who presented a lor the Starke at 8.5 percent.Construction .
,
Council Tuesday night respective Departments of plication available in '7879. proposal at the last Council ride the action of for the '74-73
unanimously accepted an Pollution Control. In Florida, The planning area meeting to have the county board on moral school year includes $200,000for
engineering report on the four regions have been setupfor recommended by the office administer the proposed "That location a Phase 3 at Bradford
planning area for water this purpose and Starke is engineers encompasses a 15 Lawtey zoning and building with the zoning Middle School, $600.000 for
pollution control facilities as located in the Santa Fe Basin square mile section with codes for $1,462.110() a year, did and I'll not sign a Phases 4 and 5 at Bradford
presented bv its engineering; Hegion. Applications Starke as its center. not attend Monday's meeting, someone shows me High. $7,615 in work to the
iirm, Bessent, Hammack & originate in the political sub- On approval of the application so many of the questions not comply," said present Phase 3 of BUS.{
Kuckmann, of Jacksonville.The divisions, which may be a city funds will be made raised went unanswered.1lay'orCommissioner worth, chairman of Club $10,000 for school lunch
hearing was held in or a county. available on a 75-25 basis to : Gene Zoning Board. equipment, $10,000 for ad-
connection with the city's Timing schedule for the the city. For each $4 expended Pearson assured the After a further ditional science equipment at
implication for federal funds local grant is divided into $3 will be federal funds and $1 questioners, however, that the with the delegation muddy grounds, which his and BUS, $20,000)( ) in additional
totaling some $2.5 million to three phases, with the first supplied locally.In Lawtey council would have possibility of a 2)A mosquitoes, not chitectural firms equipment at BUS, $13,543 for
be expended over the next five release of $50,000 to be made other actions the com the last word in all zoning brought against and a lack of to operate, but it additional equipment at the
years on water pollution available in 1975; a second missioners: matters, even if the codes approving the were a few of the clude what middle school. $49,331 for an
control facilities. grant of $100,000 to $200,000 in -Approved the petition of were administered by the request to override registered with missioner's had in off-street driving range for
During the hearing, 1976.77, and a third grant for Leonard Moore to close a county. No codes would be board the matter commissioners by "What we driver training to be located
engineers Craig Batterson: the remainder of the ap- street in the South Gate Sub- adopted without a public when \ Dowling. speaking preliminary just west of the new
and Bill Armentrout, present-i; Division, following a public hearing, he declared. Neil Tucker said, Bradford County Chairman Ralph 2)i operations center adjacent to
I ed alternative means of wastes! hearing on the matter as Lawtey's hand is being nothing further Monday, Aug. 5. !Moore the middle school complex,
treatment and disposal. They Rains Damage advertised.At forced in the matter by a new do. These folks have some help. We firm be retained and $133,574 for the operations
explained that funds being the request of CharlesE. state law providing that all with our 50 to 61 riders up sulting basis at an complex now under con-
sought by the city were made CarpetingAt Johns, representing the Florida municipalities must cannot legally Saturday night of$1,000, which struction.In .
available on a national scale Recreation Department, have building codes by without putting" places the grass for about 50 hours other action Tuesday, the
by a special act of Congress, School agreed furnish 10 light poles January 1 in order to par jeopardy. feet high and you $20 per hour. school board okayed the
appropriating $90 billion for High for another Softball field with ticipate in revenue sharing comfort because of This would following recommendationsmade
this purpose. the money to be supplied from funds. Although the law does and the arena to continue their on the meeting agendaby
Funds are distributed to the Recent torrential rains federal revenue sharing not mention zoning codes, Scrap in a mess and can two minor projects Supt. TempleA :
states by the Environmental totaling almost 10 inches in director Gaines said it would Recently, my under -- $20,043 payment to
Protection Agency, and redistributed July, have caused water funds.Agreed to lease from L.M. not be practical to try and To Be was hurt when her to provide more Triest Construction for workon
through their damage to carpeting in the Gaines, property known as enforce building codes withouta in a hole and fell the the off-street driver'srange
Bradford County High School "Quigley Park" to be used for zoning code to back them up. Dowling said. dangerous the request submittedby
according to BHS principal recreational purposes at $1 No action was taken on the Here Aug. referred to is brought in for Architect Don Morgan.A .
Charles Francis. per year. The lease will be on matter Monday night, on the Bradford repairs at the payment of $11,831 for
lOUjrOIaamQIrirr. } Water flooded two buildingsdue an annual basis starting awaiting a final report from Recycling pays Fair Association No response work completed on the
1 to inadequate drainage September 1, 1974. Gaines and Lawtey city attorney citizens 15 cents per north US 301, used on an advertised operations center under
Er Francis said, and three roof .-Approved a replat of Gene Shaw. all-aluminum Club for their to tear down an construction as recommendedby
leaks appeared in the new Pineda Sub-divison located Gene Failing, who operatesa includes soft drink house on Cherry Morgan.
science building completed in east of Valley Road, between garbage collection service, cans, frozen dinner to making an rear of the
late 1973. He estimated that SR-230 and Bessent Road. The gave the Council somethingelse pans, margarine the commissioner's Health See Page
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KK more than 2,000 square feet of old plat of record calls for six to think about when he variety of frozen assistance in on Church Street.
carpet was damaged. lots in the sub-division. The re- informed members that a tainers and pudding the deficiences which the house
School Superintendent Jim plat increases the size of each representative of the State Air containers Dowling also been designated as
Temple reported notifying the lotand reduces the total lots to & Water Pollution Control Tuesday, August on behalf of the area for the
architect and contractor of the' five. Board had told him this from 10 to 11:30: to participate in a use, but cannot
UNION COUNTY roof leaks after the rain of -Authorized the advertisement agency planned to close the nolds Metals .' funds for available until the
SCHOOL BOARD July 3, which dumped 4.55 of a call for bidson sanitary land fill west of aluminum recycling and asked the removed.
Aug. 139am. inches of water on Starke. accumulated scrap metal, Lawtey by September 1. It has be stationed at purchase a time The matter was 2)I
Temple said the main- to be opened at the meeting of Square, Highway $800. The latter Commissioner
----- tenance department has September 3. (See Page 5)) the public 15 cents denied but the who was
determined that problems for this materials. to assist by negotiate with a
BRADFORD COUNTY include leaks in the roof "in-kind" services, indicated a
SCHOOL BOARD drains not completed, and the trouble spots in removing the
Aug. 13, 7p.m. inadequate capacity of County Draws NearerTo drainage and In other matters
existing drain' grading the arena day'wmeeting the :
----- -Held
High water problems in the a public I
school area stem from Inade- was also informed previously
LAKE BUTLER quate drainage of U. S. 301 $1.5 Million BudgetSubjecting land had one protesting the
CITY COUNCILAug. near Pratt Street. Pipes and made available part of the Kirby
14, S p.m. drainage structure funneling more parking space The petition to
water away from 301 terminate Recreation fairgrounds and was requested by
Randall Davis,
----- in a swampy area several budget In use and the mosquito tainer
Director failed to in
behind Saratoga Heights sub- requests to further justify recreation to help in America,
the minds of the com-
SENIORSCome division, to the west. When the examination and hearing three ball fields, the pests. meeting by Bob
pick up proofs swamp is filled a backup from some department headson missioners, a request for the and playgrounds, ap- -Following. a The Real
Orders have to bet made for fundsto inclusion of $15,000 as thecounty's courts and two
occurs during flash floods, their justification resolved an con, taints Williams
by Friday)Ic even though the water be included in the next budget contribution to the with operational service problem Tommy

eventually drains off throughthe the county commissionersin recreation said department.Davis that basically. his funded by the city of of some concern unauthorized The Telegraph regrets an
__., swamp into Alligator another work session department was under the amount of $ meetings. The trash and garbage error last week In which the
''Creek and on to Santa Fe Monday. July 29, drew nearerto but supplemented by a 1973 act by the the county roads, wrong photograph was used
of the
mfJr (!I sponsorship city of $7,500 since 1971.
Uomtnunfty River. a final total figure of appro-- that the residents requires: a instructed Road for Tommy Williams, can-
g tatr )lank Efforts to improve the ximately $1.5 million dollarsto from over outside years the city were This year's to negotiate for Leon Ellington and didate for City Council, Group
be bF the an item of $3,000 services for
drainage problem in this area expended- ugh in the over- any Jack Trawick to 5. Pictured above is "the real
have been made by the city in three fund division-of the now participating and struction of a new more than on the offenders Tommy Williams, who is
T. $...oo.k.... U. recent years,but the system is county; The general fund all that recreation about S3 program of thosein ball park, which Moore. Architect, possible to supply challenging the Incumbent,
percent
....... 0.a....-c- still not adequate to cope with road and bridge, and the fine the athletic did not missioner's gave an ex Charles Schaefer, for the
flash floods. and forfeiture fund. reside In the city.program (See Page of the act under (See Page ) Group 5 seat.PKY .

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Page 2 TELEGRAPH August 8, 1974


I r School Hearing .... ... ..... ... ... ...........,............ .. ....... .. ..... .. Mosquitoes. .

t 'TIt (From Page 1)) week. Chairman Seeber Goodmanalso From Page 1

Cliff Harrell of D & H worked out a deal with
i -An extension of 20 days Construction of Gainesvillewas Noon Burney for donation of of the guilty parties to the
t contruction time making a present at the board's fill dirt for the school board, if Sheriff's Department: for
c. final completion date of Oc- request to introduce his the quality of the fill is ac prosecution.
L t '" tober 8, on the operations company which is low bidderon ceptable. Harrell, Morgan

f : 1' q 1 Y center. The recent steady paving the fill dirt for the Burney, and Deputy Supt. --Sanitarian Jack Trawick
r (1111.FlS'i..a' )4p rains have delayed work. operations center. He said D & W.L. Kilpatrick were detailedto reported that new signs
W 11 --A special meeting next site to see if which
L 4 H has an asphalt plant in look at the fill read BRADFORD COUNTY ,
Tuesday, Aug. 13, at 7 to the board's use.
p.m. Alachua and for the past two the dirt suits RESIDENT DUMPINGONLY I
open bids received Tuesday on has done of
years most the has been
erected at
a reel lawnmower for the thecounty's
+ ; type Alachua County School
landfill site
: BIIS Athletic Department a Board's work. Harrell said the The board, in a unanimousvote near l
Heights.
Keystone Residentsof
seven man blocking sled for with Board Member
1 firm has $1 million invested in
Alachua Clay and
Putnam
the Athletic Dept., food ser- equipment 'other than the Rodney Hall absent entered
vice items, and discussion ofhardh.get asphalt plant and is just into a formal agreement with counties are of using their the dump to j'
dispose garbage.
items asked on beginning to expand outside Architect Don Morgan on
',, k, previous bids, specifically file Alachua County. construction for 197475. Trawick said.
folders.
-.A county safe schools
l proposal, and authorized the
superintendent to submit the Let's Our ChildrenFor
proposal to the State Prepare
Department of Education for

,r"' '' .: its-A OK.master plan for staff Ahead
The Jobs
v'
.......-.:., : -< '" ,, development, and authorizedthe Big
superintendent to submit
., ...' that to the State Departmentof
:L Education for its approval.That .
the superintendentcall Instead Of The Big Times

for bids on investments of
._ ,_. available school board fundsin
.,.---- '".'.'-
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cash deposits from area
Gary Rowe of Starke fame out of this accident without a When State Trooper asked Rowe If he thought about banks, including but not Ahead !
. scratch jumping of his car before the train hit him the youth said limited to banks in Starke,
all he could think of was to"hang on and ride with it." Gainesville Lake Butler,
Green Cove Springs, and Re Elect

. .r Youth Unharmed When Hit By Train"I Levy Jacksonville.County bank Temple offered said 9.2 a JOHNNIE BLAINETHOMPSON

percent interest on the bond
knew it was going to hit after being hit by an oncoming tersection of Hwy. 18. would be picking you up out funds deposited in the Florida 1 1I
me'! I put the car in reverse Southern Railroad After recovering from the of the dump over there." Bank at Starke at 8.5 percent.
. I and floored it. but it wouldn't train Wednesday July :31. initial shock of the accident Rowe's car was struck in --Policy changes for a
budge." said Gary Rowe. 17. around dusk on SK-100 just but otherwise unharmed, the right front fender, rip- revised 1974-75 policy hand-
of Rt 1. Box 272-B Starke west of Keystone at the in- Rowe said he was traveling ping off the entire front side book as recommended by a .
I Palatka to work when the hood and front bumper. committee of BUS Principal ..
accident occurred. Damages was set at $630 for Charles Francis BEA ; A MEMBER OF THE
Controls 38 SAVE HOWDifferent 1/Ie said a car went throughthe the car and the train's President Louise Koren, and '
Spectracide crossing just ahead of damage was negligible. other staff members. r_
I 1'
Copper Plants 259 him Oren though the signal "Guess I'll just have to putit --Payment of $1,277 to cover ,, School Board
lights were flashing. Rowe in the junk yard," Rowe the maintenance service on
Pests Incl. then pulled too close to the board's Model 2850 '
I Rubber Plants $31913oacns up said. DIST. 1 COUNTY-AT-LARGE
the railroad track to see Multihth printing press for the ,
Schefflera where the train was, because When Rowe asked the 1974-75 year.In .
e $919I bushes to his right were Trooper if he was going to items not on the agenda, Family !Man Businessman
Concentrate Lawn & Dracena blocking his vision. get a ticket Abrams replied the board listened to a lengthy L1 Vice-Chairman School BoardB1airle
I Garden Spray. $319Ono Rowe said he left Starke 'why should I give you a explanation from Max
around 7 p.m and Trooper ticket? You've got enough Fillingham, a Gainesville
Fern
Pt. Makes 48 Gallon $259 Abrams of the Florida Highway problems."I roofer and Larry Richards, of Thompson Is Old Enough To Know The Job .
Contains 25% Crotons $319 Patrol reported that he just changed my oil the the firm that sold the materialfor
got the call around 7:30: p.m. the BUS gym roof on why And To
Diazanon other day, the young man the Young Enough Do The fob .
i 5 Oz. $187 Trooper Abrams fixed the said adding a little humor to new roof still leaks.
train's speed upon impact the tragic cir Fillingham said there is a
1 Pint $377 20% OFF at 20 to2; mph. Rowe said he cumstances possibly; and there it crack in the gym roof deck Blaine Thompson is a progressive and experienced young
thought it was going around which expands and contracts
I 1 Quart On Above 60 mph when it hit him. goes'down the drain. with heat and cold causing the Businessman. Owner of Wishbone Chicken. He is now serving on
$657 Prices "If that had been the case, He is the son of Mrs. Doris leak. Felt impregnated with the School Board as Vice-Chairman. He is concerned about our
Trooper Abrams said, "we Summerlin of Starke. tar manufactured today will schools, and is doing all he can to make them better at the lowest

Free .. ........,............................... not stand the amount of expansion cost to the taxpayers. lie has attended all school board meetings I
I v yBaggii Co. Budgetapproving (From Page 1)) due to short without fibers pulling in today's apart during Ms tenure as a member of the Board.

artificial materials used in I
I O'Kit1 $10,000 tor the the recreation amount de of request Approval of Dr.was Bill given Lennon to the the felt, he said. Both said such a There fs \Time For On The Job Twining !
partment.The Division of Mental Health for condition is not covered by the
$10,000 approval cameon 1747375. compared to last leakage prevention guarantee I
I the motion of Commis- :year's amount of 14180. Dr. which the roof is under SCHOOL ':
Lennon said that effective because the leak is not a ,
sioner Dave Shuford and the Elect
(' I I'l second of CommissionerEddie September 16 the name of his failure of the roofing material, Re THOMPSON BOARD
Allen. In a 4-1 vote of department would be changedto but caused by expansion of the MEMBER
roofing deck. Fillingham is to
Now with the motion. Commissioner the Bradford-Union
'l George Roberts dissented. Guidance Clinic.Approved get an estimate of how much it (Paid Political Advertisement by Johnnie Blame Thompson)
will cost to the i
L every21inch Also approved were the the budget repair joint by
amounts of $1.000) each for the request of Sheriff Dolph late this week or early next
Reddish in the -- - -- --
recreation departments of amount of
powerI / Law ley. /Hampton Brooker 177175. Reddish had mmmmmmmmmimmm mmmwmI "
drive and Theressa and $500: for requested the amount of$7,500
Pleasant Grove.A to be included as a reserve for
Toro ta ; conditional approval was contingencies in his new Have You Registered tfl
i given to the request of the budget but the com-
Whirlwind} ? Bicentennial Commission and missioner's failed to approvethe
/ the Historical Association who additional $2,500
$15995 had jointly requested the sum requested ForGuaranty
of $10.000()()() to be used in The budget of the Bradford
securing matching funds for County Health Department I
the renovation of the "old" presented by Dr. Robert
county courthouse. The two Gillespie; in the amount of Federal
Model bodies have submitted an $33.992.46 was approved. Starke's Office
'TORO'We 7t p 16273 application to the Florida Restored to the budget was
Bicentennial Commission fora the amount of $700 of the
Take Mowers In Trade grant in the amount of Bradford County Fire
Offer Sept expire 15.1974 Reguardless Of ConditionAMMCUC $20,000 which is to be mat Department for the purchaseof
ched in local funds of 20000. Scott Air Pack Equipment. GU
The commissioner's agreedto The item was listed in the
lOIIDA GARDEN include the amounts of original budget request as
:. $2.000 and $8.000 in the budget SCUBA, which the com- .
EST CENTER with $10,000 to be paid if the missioner's thought was
grant is approved as diving gear and deleted it as 11FLE
OMIIOL. 539 East Call St. requested and $2,000 will be such from the budget. Upon !

PH. 964-5745 contributed if the grant is clarification of the item and a \ .
denied. its intended use the $7()() was s

restored to the budget. You must register _
Failing to get the nod of

Dairif approval missioners was from the the amount com-of G. F. Office prior to catching I :

$7,500 for the operation of a
Queen child day care center at a total that winning fish v
It cost of $60,000.( (> ( ) The proposed
facility is designed to care for
brazier about 50 children ages 2-5 of So Come On In
r7- mothers in the lower income
The remainder
group. of the
1401 N. TEMPLE funds were to be supplied on SIGN UP TODAY !

STARKE 964.8911 application funds. for Title IV-A i| aI

$12.000() for the continued '

Home Cooked operation of the "Headslart" I Anyone Can Win An
Breakfast program failed to get an okay. I I
Sally Nelson executive Drawing
director of the CUBB agency | Electric
Served said the amount was needed to Trolling
care for a present enrollment Will Be
of 54 children, who are cared | .
6 for 5 days a week. Motor

10 A.M.Special. .. . :........... 'I Sept 9,1974

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COUNTY TELEGRAPII Mrs. Frank C. Clark 10 Lb. Bass .Wh.n.nlnu..nOW.d to compound dally
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Guaranty Fed. J
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Janine Gay, Bride-elect Birthday PartyForRonna

I Honored at Tea Hill f7/w Jt !

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Miss Janine Gay, whose A linen and lace cutwork Ronna Hill celebrated 'her
marriage to Ronnie Sellers cloth covered the tea table fourteenth birthday Sunday Chi0
will be an event of August 17, which was centered with a afternoon when her parents, cla43 Wlooty Society ,
was honored at a tea Sunday silver epergnette holding Mr. and Mrs.C.G. Hill, gave a __u__ ...... --- ----- ------------- --- --
afternoon given by Mrs. JohnW. yellow chrysanthemums and party for her at their home at
Griffin, Mrs. Edwin baby's breath and yellow Kingsley Lake.
Williams Mrs. J. R. Kite, tapers. Mrs. John Arthur During the party hours, two Scoggins-Meng Loretta Starling Weds I IThe
Mrs. II. P. Herres, Mrs. B. C. Reddish presided at the to six o'clock the ten guests,
I lloltzendorf, Sr., Mrs. Cynthia crystal punch bowl. including Rev. and Mrs. John Mr. Gabriele At Fort Jackson
Schmitt, Mrs. R. G. Patersonand Flynn, enjoyed swimming and Wedding PartyEntertained
Miss Lillian Stump at the Assisting in serving were skiing followed by a barbecue
home of the latter. Mrs. Brian Hamilton, Mrs. chicken dinner and birthday marriage of Specialist assigned: as a Finance
Marc Jackson and Mrs. B. C.lloltzendorf cake served on the dock. Gary M. Gabneleand Private Specialist at the Fort Jackson
A yellow and green color Jr. First Class Loretta J. Starling finance office.
scheme was carried out in the The hostesses presentedMiss Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Scogginswere took place on July 1 in a quiet The bride is the daughter of
decorations and floral and Mrs. hosts at a buffet supper ceremony at the home of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. William J.
party Gay Eppersonwith
KlineBrannenDate Thursday evening for their and Mrs. William Snodgrassin Starling of Starke, and is
arrangements.Guests yellow pompom cor- t
son, Randall, and fiancee Columbia, S. C. to the Fort Jackson
assigned!
the
were greeted at and also to Miss Gay 4
sages
Set Aug. 23 Miss Sallye Meng, followingthe is the of
door by Miss Stump and Mrs. the platter to her chosen china Sp4 Gabriele son Station of Choice office.
Kite. Standing in the receivingline pattern.Approximately. couple's wedding Mr. and Mrs.John S. Gabrieleof The couple is residing at 806
were Mrs. Holtzendorf f, 150 guests Mr. and Mrs. William Klineof rehearsal.The Springfield, Mo., and is Cedar Terrace, Columbia, S.
Miss Gay and her grandmother were invited to call betweenthe Flushing, Mich announcethe supper was held at the C., while awaiting reassign-
Mrs. W J. Epperson. hours 4:30: to 6 o'clock. approaching marriage of Scoggins land Street home where on Westmore the buffet WilliamsHunterMr. ment to Germany in the fall.

their daughter, Beverly Rose, dining table was covered witha
to Adel F. Brannen white linen cloth. and Mrs. Levi James
Jacksonville, son of Mr. and the Williams announce the Mrs. Rick Riccardi of
included
Great For Back To Mrs. R.A. Brannen of Lake honored The 14 couple guests, their parents, engagement of their daughter, Miami is spending a month
Bedford. out-of-town guests, and attendants Shirley Ann, to Jesse Hunter, with her brother-in-law and
The wedding will be an son of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse sister, Mr. and Mrs. F.W.
School event of Friday, Aug. 23, at 8 Miss Meng and Mr. Hunter, Sr. of Jacksonville.The Strickland. The Stricklandsalso
DEXTER 11 p.m. in Hope Baptist Church, presented personal wedding will take place have as visitors this week
Theressa, with a reception Scoggins to their attendants August 17 at 5:30: p.m. at 1116 Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Smith of

following recreation hall.in the church Capt. and Mrs. Michael Foster gifts during the evening. Jenkins Street, Starke. Memphis, Tenn.


invited All friends to attend.and relatives are Lead Busy Careers in Texas I. .

Army Captain and Mrs. Houston, Texas, and is VOTE FOR and RE-ELECT
Michael W. Foster, of San detached to the 5th Army

;]);1 YoJrww Antonio Texas, have had a Flight Detachment at Ran-
Air Force Base.
$2600I busy spring and summer, dolph
1 5 5'ttiyS what with homework, exams, Mrs Foster was a March
Wiggins Mr. and and Mrs.family Jimmy of and college diplomas playinga graduate at the University of m QEUL2[ :I CIJ vE6rt I:!: rne
significant part in their South Florida in Tampa, .
,
Jacksonville spent Sunday
lives. where she earned a Bachelorof
with Wiggins.Mr. and Mrs. Orie Capt. Foster, son of Mr. and Arts degree in sociology. A I!I](!'[[1,6;( r{: (CILCEC( L(4pl)
Mrs. Charlie P. Foster, of member of Phi Kappa Phi
National Honor Society, she
Mr. and Mrs. Joey Reese of Keystone May with Heights Special, graduatedin Senior graduated Cum Laude in the COB? (!) ;1 GCGGfifFCECJ( ( ]
Ocala visited his mother, Mrs.
of her class in
Honors from the University of top two percent
R.W. Reese, and Mr. and Mrs.
Steve Simmons over the Tampa, with a major in the College of Social She and is [GJ VII((5 [
weekend.Mr. criminology and a minor in Behavioral Sciences.
business. lie was assigned to the former Barbara Peters of

and Mrs. Keith the University of Tampa Clayhatchee, Ala. and a 1970 ECIi000: PLEat'CEEED (
under the graduate of Enterprise State
Degree Completion
Gillingham and children of
I Program, where he attended Junior College.
Tampa weekend will spend the classes for 17 months, com- Mrs. Foster has been accepted ; Y 1In mi: (lJn''
with her
parents,
for by the graduate
pleting requirements a
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale. The
Bachelor of Science degree.A schools at Trinity Universityof
children will remain with
1962 graduate of Bradford Our Lady of the Lake
their grandparents for two .
weeks. High School, Capt. Foster College's Worden School of
attended St. Johns River Social Work, both located in

&aaStump's Mr. and Mrs E.S. Sheppard Junior College before entering San Antonio. At present, SCHOOL
military service in 1962. His however she is busy begin a
and children of SEEBER
Deompolis military career has includedtwo wife, and a mother to two GOODMAN BOARD
Ala. visited his mother, Mrs.
Kate the tours of duty in Vietnam, children, Michaelle, 7, and D.
Sheppard over
weekend. during which he was awarded Johnathan, 2, and enjoyingher MEMBER
medals which include the role of housewife
Mrs. Corrine Nooner and Bronze Star, the Purple "domestic engineer," if you He is running on his own record. He is now Chairman of the

children of Benton, Ark. spent Heart the CommendationMedal prefer. School Board.
and Air
last week with Mr. and Mrs. numerous
Medals.As .
Rudolph Sapp at KingsleyLake. an Armor officer, he was DUPLICATE BRIDGE Seeber D. Goodman .
recently presented the Army's CLUB RESULTSMrs. will continue to be conscientious fair impartial and loyal to the
Senior Aviator Wings and is Rhea Johnson and office and the people. He will continue to work for better
Leslie Johns of
Macclennyis
visiting her grandparents, now assigned to the 7th Army Mrs. Hilda Dey were the cooperation between schools and the community and closer
winning couple at Duplicate
Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Ritch, for Headiness Region at Fort Sam Bridge Tuesday night. Mrs. relations between parents and teachers. lie will continuouslywork

several days. Bernice Brinke and Mrs. for adequate facilities, for better education in keeping

Lucille Davie were second and with modern times, and will always keep an open mind on the
Mrs. R.W. Underhill and
T.A. Sundem and Mrs. Liza of education.Paid .

I I h Y+ $2200 children Mrs. J.W.of Indiatlantic Walker and and ::b /JoJ/ now Minesinger were third. problems( Political Advertisement by Seeber D. Goodman)

daughter of Fort Lauderdaleare
.
spending this week with Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Vining .
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. and children of Palatka were
J.H. Moncrief.Mrs. Sunday visitors of Mrs. L.D.

Harvey Edwards has Vining. .
returned after two weeks in Miss Beth Fuller of Now'S U

Y. Baptist Hospital, Jacksonville Moultrie, Ga. spent several
where she underwent days last week with Mr. and
observation and treatment.She .
Mrs J.H. Moncrief.
had as visitors during the
weekend Mr. and Mrs. Richard and Mrs. chancecILtr
Mr.\ Barney
Dept. Store Dennis of Callahan, Mr. & McHae were guests of Dr. and your
Mrs. Joe f Hill and daughter of Mrs. Barney McHae, Jr. of
Bradford Square Starke Florida Ocala, and Mr. and Mrs
Lake City Friday to Sunday at
Tolbert Edwards and childrenof
Dr. McRae's camp on the
Jacksonville. Suwannee River. to

SPECIAL OFFER Mr. and Mrs. M.L. Lawson
and family, Mr. and Mrs. H.A.
Lawson and Mrs. Ewell
NATURAL Lawson of Starke and Miss
COLOR PORTRAITREG.
Myra Lawson of Dothan, Ala. a
attended the Lawson family
reunion in Auburndale Sun-
$25.00 VALUE day.

BIG 8x10 PORTRAIT (See Page U(1a..l
foraride.BIG
Only $3.95plus IN COLOR .

.65 film charge Up to five members of the same family at no
extra charge over five 1.00 per person.





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were able to buy two
Enjoy the friendly atmos

God phere at and the the First presence Baptist of truckloads ((16)) of NEW PINTOS

,
l 7rV Church of Starke this week
tt and MAVERICKS from FORD at

s Great Singing I .

l Bible Preaching I reduced prices.


Hear This our Pastor Sunday Preach: With increased prices on 74's and


11:00a.m. anticipated increases on 75 models
"The Church Seducedby

Family Group in living color with several poses to select'- no Revelation Jezebel"2:18.29 these cars are EXCEPTIONAL BUYS

obligation to purchase additional portraits. Extra's may be
ordered if desired at greatly reduced prices. 7:30 p.m.
Vacation Bible School
A I Babies a Specialty all minors must be accompanied by Commencement"THE
.: parent F

CHURCH WITH A
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ptat <&. m. "C" HEART.OFSTARKE"Corner IN THE HEART ;' % .. *, k: 'n.: -. Tfi,, V I
of Clark and

A ORANGE PARK. FLA. Jefferson Phone 944-4562 Streets FORD ,- '.


& BEN BRYANT
+ OF STARKIU. Pastor


.5. 301 NORTHHOURS .' WILLIAMGEORGE
TERWILLEGAR MOTORS
Min.of Music [

: THURS FRI & SAT

Aug. 8, 9 & 10 Corner Jefferson of Clark Street and 206 W. MADISON STARKE, FLA. 964-7200

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I people 7JouJ(now ...................'................... ,.................................... .... .................................... Four Arrests By- Deputies- Over WeekendA I

Also arrested Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter, Mrs. E. M. Davis has beenin Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter, variety of charges Vernon Mobley, 50, of Clifford Miller, 59, who was was
(From Page 3)) Sr. had as guests during the Gainesville daily, visitingher Sr. were vacationing at Stone brought the arrest of four Lawtey was arrestedSaturday with charged with shoplifting by
weekend Mrs. Art Tyler and sister, Miss Mamie Anderson Mountain Ga. last Tuesday to persons by Bradford County charged Hampton city marshal Fred
Mr and !Mrs. 1.11. Hazen of BIRTHS daughter, Judy, Mrs. Lucian of Archer, who Is in Friday. sheriff's deputies over the shooting while in a dischargedIn dwelling.The Phillips. Merchandise of less
Jacksonville were weekend Johns and family, Ronnie the intensive care unit at weekend. firearm was than $100 value was taken
guests of !Mrs. A.E. McKinney Myers and Miss Mary Adding- Alachua General Hospital.Mr. Elsie Stapleton, 22, of the trailer home of Mobley, from the Hampton General
ton of Jacksonville, Mr. and Sale-Reduced % Starke, was arrested Sundayon as reported by arresting Store owned by Arthur Bruno,
!Mr. and !Mrs. !Mark Moodyof Mrs. Gary LaMonda of and Mrs. Edward Sch- Leila's a forgery charge. The deputies Green and Don according to the report
Mrs. Helen Kicks of St. Lake Butler announce the Gainesville and Mrs. Ran- wab of Merritt Island and check for more than$100, was Denton.
Louis !Mo. is visiting her birth of a son, Paul Mark, on dolph Crosby and Mr. and Eddie Schwab of Gainesville passed at Williams Jewelry
brother and sister-in-law! July 24 in Alachua General Mrs. Henry Carter of Max- spent the weekend with Mrs. Neva Jayne Flynn is Store, according to Chief Police Thwart Burglary
and Mrs. L.ll.! Gibson, for a Hospital. Maternal grand- ville. Myrtle Anderson.Mrs. visiting her grandparents, Mr. Deputy Robert Green.
week. parents are Mr. and Mrs. R.A. and Mrs. Fred Field, in Don Barnes, 34, was I
Colson of Starke.Mr. Sale-Reduced Va Donald Koretz and Tampa for two weeks. arrested Sunday by deputy Try At Jackson's
Mrs. Essie Spellman of St. Leila' daughter, Manya of Alex John Dempsey and chargedwith
Augustine and Ben Taylor of andria, Va., is spending six Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tannerof possession of a firearmby
Ocala were last week ofIMiss and Mrs. Ricky Frick of Mrs. Harold Godwin and weeks with her mother, Mrs. Baldwin and Mr. and Mrs. ,a convicted felon. The activation of a silent building.
Norma Canova.guests Mountain View, Calif. an- family, Mrs.Maxie Cafter, Jr. Arlin McKnight, while LTC Charles Fields of Jacksonvillewere .........>.............r..... burglar alarm at Jackson Sheriff's John deputies ,Glen
Moore, Dempsey and
and Mrs. Martha Sunday visitors of Mrs. Building Supply, located on
son Spencerand
nounce the birth of a son, Koretz is on a month's tour of Backus and officers
Thirty teenagers from Pine Ryan Dean, on August 3. Mrs. Eve Godwin spent duty in Germany. J.H. Fields. Mrs. Lucia StrongMrs. North Cherry Street in 1,Starke about Steve with a pack of dogs from the
the weekend at Ormond Thursday, August
Level Baptist Church are Grandparents are !Mr. and Florida State Prison
hurried were
attending Youth Week at Arlington !Mrs. Walter J. Frick and !Mr. Beach. Sale-Reduced V Sale-Reduced ft Lucia Baisden Strong, 12:37: a.m. brought three a Starke soon on the scene to assist in
Baptist School in Arlington and !Mrs. Cecil Whitehead of Leila'sDr. 65, died Sunday, Aug. 4, in response from
Mrs. A. C. Dowling of Belle Leila's Westchester, Pa. She the police officers, J. L. Howard, the search.
Texas August 4 to 10. Starke. was
Accompanying the group are Glade was visiting her son-in- Rick Johns is vacationing in .and Mrs. H.G. Bollinger daughter of the late George W. Scotty Rhoden and Julius E. Their efforts since were the in vain
Rev John Strickland Kev law and daughter, Mr. and the Bahama Islands this flew to Asheville, N.C. over and Zuela Carter Baisden of Eunice. The officers arrivedin however, elude his suspect
Mrs. C. R. Scoggins, last Starke. time to get a glimpse at a managed to would-
Wheeler Mrs. A. B. week. the weekend to visit their
Gary and the
week. The family was joined fast-moving pair of heels be captors, dogscouldn't
Leonard Miss Funeral services will be
\\ hilehl'IHI.Irs! daughter Marilyn
!Mrs Gladys Weldon over the weekend by their son- off from the rear of the pick up the scent.
taking
held at
10 in
:Moore. Mrs. Owen Alvarez Mr. and Mrs. T.B. Harding, Bollinger. a.m. Thursday
returned last from Recovered at the
Wednesday in-law and daughter, Mr. and building as the officers ap premiseswere
Lake
Crosby
Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Vernie Sr. returned Sunday from two Cemetery with
three weeks visit with her four skilsaws left behindby
Mrs.
son- Mike
Sistrunk .
'1 horn ton. !Mr and Mrs. of In- weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Bob G. Rev. Ben Bryant conducting. proached.The
in-law and daughter, Mr. and dianola, Miss. and the two in the
they all Local fleet-footed suspect suspects
Jimmy Thornton Mrs. Elva Harding, Jr. and family in Ferguson and daughters spent arrangements were in
!Mrs. C. M. Patrick and familyin attended the officers, break-in, one of whom was
Meng-Scoggins outran pursuing
:McHae and Mrs. Carl Thorn Odenton, Md. Enroute home the weekend at Daytona charge of Jones Funeral
ton Landa Thornton and BobKoistmen West Florida.Mr. wedding Saturday afternoon. they visited their daughter, Beach, and also spent a day at Home. Rhoden and Eunice, when he barefooted with no further
identification being known.
of the
took to the woods north
are remaining in Miss June Harding in Marco Polo Park.
and !Mrs. James P. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barks-
Arlington and Mill enter Ar- Atlanta.Mr. .
O'Brian were camping at dale are spending Wednesdayand
lington Baptist School. Mr. and Mrs. A.M. Thomasof
Ocala over the weekend. Thursday with Mr. and
and Mrs. A.S. Harrison Bradenton were weekend
Mrs. Oliver Murray in St. returned last after of Mrs. E.C. Dukes.SaleReduced .
:Mrs Bill Marchant and Mrs. Robbie Shaller was in George, S. C. Thursday aweek's guests WELLS ELECTRIC
visit with their son-in-
diuglu-rs. Mona and Tara the Alachua General Hospitallast
and son Hicky. spent the Tuesday to Friday where Sale-Reduced 1,2Lelia's law and daughter, Mr. and Va
weekend in 1 lames City she underwent ear Mrs. Charles Meyers and Leila's
surgery. family in Atlanta and at-
.. Mrs. Natalie Thornton and
- - tended the wedding of their
grandson, Danny Meyers, on Mrs. Edna Hart attended the SERVICE
Saturday, July 27.SaleReduced. Thornton family reunion at
Gold Head Branch on Sunday.
I: : Vote For Electrical Contractors

Vi Local admittances to
lot 'iyf' Leila's Bradford County Hospital this
v week include: Mrs. Hazel
Mrs. Frances Hamilton and 1Cen
HAROLD WATERS ) Thomas, Mrs. Grace VanPelt,
Mrs. W.H. Hart attended a .
.' .. i" ; Retired Teachers Insurance Mrs. Allie Kirkland, Mrs. 1\.0\\1 \atCS

\ T :.... i Clinic in Gainesville Monday. Lucy David Herlong, Artemus '- S\\
Brown, Lizenbee Joyce
: '" Clemens Mrs. Janet Bowden, serJ1ceRESIDENTIALCOMMERCIALINDUSTRIAL-
CountyCommissioner Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert
'. Joseph Bran-
Goldwire returned Wednesday Lacy Kigdon
1 tley Mrs. Ida Jones, Darold
of last week after I
McRae, Starke Mrs. Gae
;
several days visit with Mr.
Leavitt and Robert Holden,
i: and Mrs. Goldwire in
Vineland, N.J.Ray They broughtback WaldoIartin; Rosier, DIAL 9646061SERVING
Mrs. Patricia Suter,
Lawtey;
their grandsons, Hal, Mrs. Dorothy Kerrigan and STARKE AND SURROUNDING AREAS SINCE 1949
Greg and Ryan, for a month'svisit.
E District 4 James Heights;Sheffield Kenneth and Keystone Lena 744 N. THOMPSON ST. STARKE 32091


I've been working a door to door Mrs.Mrs.Curtis Lex Sanders Green, Mr.and and Mr. Clemons, Lake Butler. P.O. BOX 607


campaign since I qualified. This is my and their Mrs.families W.H.attended Green and the

rededication of the new organat
GIVE YOUR CHILDREN A MAN
the First PresbyterianChurch
way of finding out how you feel! about in Gainesville Sunday.
They joined Mr.and Mrs. R.A.
Green and family for dinner at WHO UNDERSTANDS
issues and what you expect of local the Primrose Restaurant. THEIR


government. I do not claim to have all Sale-Leila's Reduced V4 EDUCATIONAL NEEDSFlorida's


1st Lt. and Mrs. John
the answers. I listen to people Warren and family are

spending two weeks leave

because it is the people I will have to J.D.with Warren his parents, after, Mr.which and Mrs.they present appointed Commissioner of Education is not an educator, he cannot even

will return to their base in qualify to teach in a classroom. John S. Shipp is an educator. He has been a classroom teacher

to if elected. Talk to whenI Karlsruhe, Germany. Mr. and and a school principal.Thomas D. Bailey,who was Superintendent of Public Instruction for 16
answer me
Mrs. Jeffrey W. Warren of years, said of Shipp, "He shares my philosophy of education. Our children need him." If you
for
the
Tampa joined family
I to door Harold Watersis the weekend spent at the agree with Tom Bailey, if you are concerned for the welfare and future of our children, put a
-
come your Jackson cottage on Spring qualified educator in as Florida's top school officer Your contribution, no matter how small

Lake. will get the message to the rest of Florida. And your vote will elect John Shipp, a qualified

a listener. Thank You Jim Johns, son of Mr. and educator. Send your check or money order today to:

Mrs. M.L. Johns of New

River, left Tuesday for six JOHN S. SHIPP CAMPAIGNP.

Elect Harold E. Waters weeks Lackland basic AFB, training San Antonio at, O. BOX 10202TALLAHASSEE

(PAID POL. ADV.) Texas. FLORIDA 32302
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Jfif Approved by John S. Sh/pp. Dem.,

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Our residual oil costs have. atMustang


And those increased costs.ire barrels a day to generate your directly to the suppliers.
reflected your electric bill in the electricity.It would l'be even more than While we have control over
Form i>t the"tucl.1djustl11ent"the that if we didn't also use about 28% the increase the fuel adjustment i

main cause behind your higher bills. natural gas and about 20% nuclear causes in your electric bill we are ii'i
To give you an idea how high Both of these
less
energy. cost than oil. doing all we can to hold any future '
our fuel Costs h.'lVene., in just one The charge we on to increases Mobil Horn
pass you to a minimum and to bring '.. *
year(July to July)I. Isulphur for our higher oil j( prices does not all our customers the most dependable
residual oil delivered to FPL has
gone reflect our total additional cost. electric service '
From $4 08 to $11.72 a barrel. A la7% Furthermore we make no profit from possible. Now ..r-p ? -

increase!And we use over 100.000 the fuel adjustment. It is passed and in the future. ..........._."__. StarkePagel -

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Union School Budget Lee Drawdy Qualifies ;N tt Law to Bon Noisy Vehicles Jan. 1 I IThe

Florida Highway Patrol equipment necessary to en- ,"
For County Commission a advises that anyone thinking force this new law by January f
about purchasing a motor I. 1975. Under the old law, ,
Pegged at $1,976,364o'ollowin vehicle which makes excessive 'excessive noise' had to be ';'1
noise, or spending (determil\l'\ l by the officer's "
Lee Drawdy, former chair- County's successful future," v rI money to modify their present hearing; however, the new
a public hearing and Union County Adult High. he would report for duty on man of the Clay County he added. ;I ,terh motor vehicle to make more law sets maximums which
Monday Aug, 5. the Union and to establish a salary of August 19. Zoning Commission, has Lee also believes that this noise should think twice will be measured by sensitive
County School Board ap- t5,630 for the Adult High In actions, the Board: qualified as a candidate: for experience and familiarity before doing so as they may instruments"
proved their 1\174-75\ budget of Principal This latest request Oter to continue an in- the District 2 seat on the Clay with Clay County's government well be wasting their money. .(
$1.976.3fi4. and Supl. James would abolish the previously for the benefit of County Commission In the and its growth needs Col Eldrige Beach dIrector Race cars competing on u
Cason announced the millage approved position of Super- employees as was done last Democratic Primary.Encouragement will enable him to present and of the Patrol reminds drivers race track emergency ':
rate would be 6.3373 mills vising Principal for the Lake year. The estimated cost was from many serve all the citizens of Clay rt that, "Effective January I, vehicles construction or agricultural .'
slightly lower than the Butler Elementary and $3.000 for 50 employees at $60 fellow Clay County citizens to Countl' 1975 the Florida Motor Vehicle equipment and ;,
previously announced rate of Middle Schools.It per year each.Appointed help provide leadership and IRe s active involvement t Py. Noise Prevention and Control manufacturers testing their
6.929 mills. was announced by the Chairman Ray direction needed for Clay includes chairman of the Clay Act of 1974 goes into effect. motor vehicle arc the only ex-
Cason said that 86 percent of Superintendent that Attorney Crawford and Morris Dobbs to County's future were cited by County Zoning Commission, The Highway Patrol and the ceptions.
the school's income will be Bryan Hayes of Tallahassee represent the School Board as Lee as the main reasons for president of the Methodist Department of Pollution
derived from State and had been retained to serve as members of the Board of Tax his candidacy. Men of Orange Park United Lee Drawdy Control are in the process at Cot. Beach concluded by
Federal sources and 14 per- co-counsel along with At- Adjustment. A special Because of Clay County's Methodist Church, charter Diet 2 Commission this lime of setting up saying. "Now is a good time to
cent supplied locally in- torney Val Bates of Gaines- meeting of that Board will be accelerated growth, today's president of Clay County operating procedures" start making plans to meet the
cluding a cash carry-over ville. held on September 3. for the problems will not necessarily Young Democrats and 4-H currently Is employed as the He continued, "The legisla- new law which becomes effec-
from last year's budget rJf The Board and Superin- purpose of taxpayers wishing be tomorrow's problems," Clubs as a youth. executive director of the ture set the maximum noise tive January 1. 1975 if your
approximately $70.0JO.( tendent are defendants in a to be heard on the newly says Drawdy. "Our decisions lie is a graduate of the Piping Industry of Northeast levels and we expect to have motor vehicle makes too
lawsuit brought by Bruce assessed values. will determine University of Florida Florida much noise."
Over half of the total expenditures property today Clay and men trained with the proper
Clarke and Richard Hue
52 percent will be
for instructional purposes following their dismissal in ... ..
next yea r. April ,. '. .
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Wayne Carroll Attorney for ';
Unanimous approval of the >
budget the Board, said that a con- "
was
given by the "
school board following the ference has been set for
appointed hour of 4 p.m set Wednesday. August 8 for the
for the public hearing ut attorneys to discuss the
which no member of the selection of an impartial .
public appeared to inquire or hearing examiner as ordered ; ?
protest any of the items in the by Judge Charles Scott of the A' rJrv7c @c
recommended U. S. District Court in Jack-
budget.Cason U\S.
told the board that sonville.An 1JjJ'J] ( f
the personnel allocation was impartial examiner \

being reduction reduced Is being by one.accom-The the must plaintiffs also have the in approval the case of U.S. 301 Sum CEN TERG SrkflaJ "

plished by combining the Clarke and Hue. If an agree- ,: ;0 @ CflC L@IbCra'lo'a
be reached the
career placement education positions and into the job ment examiner cannot by both parties on to ; ;

They had formerly been filled one. the suit one will be appointed .............".'< open Mon Wed 9 To 8. Thurs. Sat 9 To 9 Sun 12 To 8'G
by two members\ of the instructional by the presiding judge. ra O CRAYONS") : !
staff. Salary for Some doubt now exists in
the combined the case. Richard Hue has
position was set Golden
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board's Cason authorization,also requested for four the be but effective the reinstatement until August will 19.not It \ 64 Ct Pkg.: PENCILS If I I"g ;

principals one for each of four was reported that Hue has """ whth bullt n 7 kJ.I 'I.Ij i
schools; Lake Butler Elementary. accepted full time employ- : 1-
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too low and poorly drained for Would be installed under the f'I"O III ]I %,.- j
a satisfactory land fill oak trees bur the use of (a.,..VO'.....:-"" 2L ,:: ; I---
tourists and local citizens, and
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the area would be landscaped.
action is taken his !>l'rviceslIuld Assorted! Pkg. 8 7 .: :;:: :.. I
\\ he available to LateyIIn The city's millage was set at :.. :;
a temporary or permanent 2.171.! the rollback l figure ; bnlllant ; ad PKG' I\
basis 10 haul the lown's recommended by Tax assessor colors'' - '. 11 /A!
garbage to the land till near Gene Long to bring in the % s s E
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Keystone 1It.'lghts. same tax revenue as was I I GoldenBflfl"T" ,
Massey asked: for md was raised on the old assessment imi"GLUEAll t h
gi iI'n 'mmcJl approval for the roll by this year's 4.673 levy r\: :\ i
l'Ilill'ns (Committee to Several citizens complained ,
plans for wayside about drainage problems and u.
prepare
park 111 Iron) of I the city hall, asked that the city undertake t; < t 1" '" \ 1 100 Ct. book. 43 \
illld apply for state matching 10 clean out culverts and uEtfs 4 Squeeze I I [1; '
lunds as a Bicentennial ditches that are blocking :ia. 3 3 ;: i Assorted. colors.:.. _ Ea. Ilill I ,. ; "'ht J
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District One "': :.:.. BOSTON- ,-f'-'-- !:.

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Raiford CouncilOK's Horse Only VictimIn Tentative $748,145- Budget....., OK by. UnionLAKE


BUTLER A ten- used in getting a garbage On a discussion for a road Union Ambulance Service,
Plans for : Five Accidents tative budget calling for the disposal program underway right-of-way easement Inc. for Julv.Appointed CommissionersPaul
expenditure of $748,145 was in the county. proposed by Mrs. Meridith,
Riherd, Gerald
Five accidents were on Jackson, failed to stop approved by the Union County Preliminary planning on the Mrs. Land and Mrs. Thompson M.and C.U. Crews to
Municipal reported by the Starke Police before crossing Walnut Street, Commissioners, Tuesday, garbage disposal plan calls the board deferred actionon Griffis the Board of
Building Department and the Florida and struck the 1965 Ford of Aug. 6, with a millage rate for the placement of 60 con- the matter until certain membership on and set
tentatively set at 4.15 tainers throughout differences could be workedout Tax Adjustment a
Highway Patrol during the Donald John Martin, 45, of being the county for that board to be
demise Starke, who was mills,with the stipulation that and the purchase of a Demp- between the parties involved meeting
I-mat plans lor the new fire truck and other fire past week, with the of going nortt held on September 3. At the
K.ulord fighting equipment) and the a horse occurring in one. on Walnut. final approval of the 1974-75 sey Dumpster for the pickupand will
municipal building Police Officer budget would not be for- of the Jerry Wilson, Emergency meeting any taxpayer
.11111) lire station remaining third will be usedus At the early morning hour of G.A. transport garbageto have the opportunity to be
were approved a meeting room for the 5 a.m. on Thursday, Aug. 1, a Tomasovitch set damages of thcoming until after a public the landfill site. The gar- Medical Technician, renderedto
their assessed
Monday night at the heard newly
council. Bids will be ad- large brown horse was killedon $100 to each vehicle.On hearing Is held Tuesday, Sept. bage disposal known as the the commissioner's his on
of values.
i regular meeting the
U.nlord City Count vertised for four weeks and US 301 six miles south of Monday, Aug. 5, about 3.Clerk "Green Box" system. report of the operation of the property
f flans 1 were presented by will be opened at the regular Starke when it was struck by tI:50: a.m., Charles Hardy, of Robert A. Driggers' ,- n 10
l.t'Umd Braillier, chairman of council meeting at 8 p.m, the 1970 Chevrolet of James Starke, traveling south on US proposed budget to the Board
me building\ committee for a Monday Sept 9. It is hoped 1 to Merrill Hanna, 41. of 301, near the Pratt Street reflects the amount of$557,045for Why Buy A New Car?
the General Fund
and
\ M-tool; get started on the building Jacksonville intersection, was struck by
i building
masonry withing 30 days after the The horse was attempting to the 1970 Ford of Donna Davis $191,100 for the Road and
in constructed lot t on a 50 x 200- contract is let Braillier said. cross the highway about 140 Crawford, 18, of Starke. Bridge Fund. Make Your
IIM it! recently purchased by When We Can
i he itIrom\( (the Southern The building will be paid for feet north of the SR-221 in- Hardy's 1972 Plymouth The big revenue items are:
lt.ulro.id for $1.500 The old largely by revenue sharing tersection with US 301 1, when it Station Wagon was going Racing Commission Funds,
funds received by the city walked into the path of the south on the inner right hand $123,550; Local Taxes at 4.15
which has New
depot building not Old Car Look Like
hl'PIIIScd in recent years,will from state and federal oncoming vehicle. lane of the highway and was mills, $96,208; State Revenue
IH removed b the sources. Damages to Hanna's passing a petroleum tanker Sharing Funds, $53,926;
> city as soon
.., Raiford levies only 3 mills Chevrolet was set at $!>00 in truck which was stopped in Emergency Medical Care,
is granted
permission by
(On "Florida Public Utilitiesi ad valorem tax) the minimum the mishap and the horse was the outer right lane of the $44,764; Fines and forfeitures,
i 'mission required to be levied by all valued at $300. roadway The Crawford $30,000; and a sizeable cash ,
Kuullier said two-thirds the municipalities in order to Trooper R.S. James in- vehicle was attempting to carry-over of $65,309. e ,V v ,
participate in revenue investigated the accident. make a left hand turn onto 301 The new budget is an in t ,
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in' municipal buildmgwillbc(
II-'d, b tor storage of the city's sharing. Rcssie Tucker Dow ling, 64, from a driveway just north of crease of $74,458 over last 1 *)'
of Hampton, was slowing New Method Cleaners, with a year which amounted to
. down his 1971 Ford pick-up view of the oncoming traffic b83,687 for 1973-74. 3
truck because of a stalled being obstructed by the tanker Clerk Driggers told the
Vote For \chicle in front of him, when it truck.The impact occurred as commissioners that no indication
was struck in the rear by a the Crawford vehicle pulled in had been received
11IiJ! Mack truck and trailer front of the stopped truck into from the Hospital Board of
operated by Billy Fred Black, the southbound traffic lane Trustees with reference to a
27 of Jacksonville.The striking the station wagon in millage levy for the coming
impact of the two the right front and rear. year. Last year's millage rate
vehicles caused the truck and Police Officer E.D. Phillips, for the hospital was 3 mills.
trailer to jackknife after the who investigated the accident, Driggers was authorized to
collision causing damages of estimated damages to the notify the hospital trustees of
$1.500 to the truck and trailer Plymouth at SHOO and to the the millage delinquency and
< and $1.000 damages to the Ford $700.Mrs. ()). request) a resolution from the ? ,
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pickup. .Crawford was chargedwith trustees on the millage levy eSd
The accident occurred failure to yield on en- that will be required, if any. Y
Wednesday! July 31, about tering a through highway. The commissioner's are
4:43: p.m. on US :301 south unaware of any change in the
near the Longhorn hospital's status since it was Ruth
Restaurant, with Police) Of- closed a few months ago.
BillGlover ficer H.E. Lee investigating. 111111I In other matters considered Painting Good Work & Body
Damages of $100 was Tuesday the commissioners:
sustained by the 1972 Old- I J- Authorized Clerk Driggers,
Work2'riveri
smobile of Mrs Joan Tenly County Attorney Hal Y.
Hurst of Starke, Thursday r..! I"" \. Maines and Sanitarian GlennS.
Aug 1.The t.- JJ Howard to initiate an application ; PAINT &
for loan
accident occurred as : a throughthe
the Oldsmobile was Farm Home Ad- BODY SHOP
crossing
-\n ,111<:lI'nl Chinese
City Council Madison Street from the Court fiipgodw.t ministration in the amount of
Street intersection, beingstrul'k n.in-formed in modernlinn $75,000. The proceeds of the
I to .. god of fire HWY 21 473-2387 KEYSTONE HGTS
Group 3 by the 1970 Chevrolet of i engines' loan, when approved, will be

Michael Thornton Odom. 17. .
of Starke. hich was travelingeast .
R Concerned Permanent on Madison.
Police Officer M L. Siblcy
Resident: Who Lives and investigated the accident
Another minor collision T G
Works In Our CityPaid occurred Friday. Aug 2. at & =
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Augusts, 1974 TELEGRAPH Page

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School Board Bradford County





1, Proposed Annual.School Budget



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Debt Capital Contract I'..................................................,.............................................

Appropriations Operating Service Improvement Programs. -


1. Administration Salaries S 99,760.00 S .00 $ .00 S .00 If I i
6,930.00 .00 .00 .00 )
2. Administration Contracted Services
3. Administration Other Expenses 9,030.00 .00 .00 .00 (BCj.\J.
115,720.00 .00 .00 .00 ,r./ : -
4. Total Administration )
5. I I:1
6. Instruction Consultants & Supervisors 83,380.00, .00 .00 .00 Sehool board Of bra-- ord: ( L
7. Instruction Principals 224,560.00 .00 .00 .00 ounry
8. Instruction Teachers 1,560,872.00 .00 .00 5,761.00 JIM TEMPLE SUPERINTENDENT '
248,290.00 .00 .00 1,850.00 DISTRICT OFFICE 582 WORTH TEMPLE AVENUE
Other Instructional Staff
PHONE 1104/954-5100
109. 413 575.00 00 .0 0
Vocational & Adult Ed. Personnel 9,454.00 Shark e. Florida.
11. Secretaries, Clerks & Aides 212,483.00 .00 .00 11,421.00 320QI .,
12. Textbooks 29,676.00 .00 .00 .00
13. Materials & Supplies Libraries 6,607.00 .00 .00 218.00
14. Teaching Supplies 91,786.00 .00 .00 267.00
15. Other Expenses Instruction 38,575.00 .00 .00 4,621.00 The School Board of Bradford County Will Hold a Special Budget
16. Total Instruction 2,909,804.00 .00 .00 33,592.00
17. Operation of Plant Salaries 130,500.00 .00 .00 .00 Hearing on August 15, 1974, at 7 P.M.' at the County School :
18. Contracted Services 1000.00 .00 .00 .00
19. Other Expenses 139,000.00 .00 .00 .00 Administration Building, 582 North Temple Avenue' Starke,
20. Total of Plant 270,500.00 .00 .00 .00.
Operation
Florida. A Copy of the 1974-1975 School Board
21. Maintenance of Plant Salaries 69,601.00 .00 .00 .00 Proposed
10250.00 .00 .00 .00 :
22.23.: Other Contracted Expenses Services 29,175.00 .00 .00 .00 Budget is Printed Herein and Additional Copies May be Obtained

24. Total Maintenance of Plant 109,026.00 .00 .00 .00- b I Interested Persons From the
25. Pupil Transportation Services 147,841.00 .00 .00 .00 y Superintendents Office.

26. Food Services Salaries 129,752.00 .00 .00 .00
27. Food Services Purchased Food 180,000.00 .00 .00 .00
28. Food Services Materials & Supplies 16,000.00 .00 .00 .00
Services 1,000.00 .00 .00 .00
29. Food Services Contracted
30. Food Services Other Expenses 500.00 .00 .00 .00 ch47
7,980.00 .00 .00 .00 'r
31. Attendance Services \ '& ,
32. Health Services 9,600.00 .00 .00 .00 d"-_ 'Kr
33. Total Auxiliary Services 492,673.00 .00 .00 .00 Seeber D. Goodman Chairman Jim Temple Superintendent
34. Fixed Charges Insurance 104,936.00 .00 .00 .00 School Board of Bradford County Bradford County School

35. Commissions, Tax Collector .00 4,000.00 .00 .00
36. School Board Retirement Contribution 330,961.00 .00 .00 1,431.00
37. ,Other Fixed Charges .00 .00 .00 1,922.00
38. Total Fixed Charges 435,897.00 4,000.00 .00 3,353.00
39. Total Current Expenses 4,333,620.00 4,000.00 .00 36945.00
40. Capital Outlay Sites .00 .00 49,331.00 .00 7
OFF FOR SO M E FUN
41. Buildings & Additions 3,700.00 .00 941,190.56 '.00 ,
42. Remodeling 8,000.00 .00 .00 .00
43. Original or Additional Equip. .22,875.00 .00 53,543.00 10,082.00 'Z
44. Replacement of Equipment 65,189.00 .00 .00 .00 1 J
45. Library Books for Existing Libraries 4,107.00 .00 .00 94.00 J" % ; '
46. A-V Materials Non-Consumable .00 .00 .00 113.00 nb s C

47. Total Capital Outlay 103,871.00 .00 1,044,064.56 10,289.00
48. Community Schools 15,790.00 .00 .00 .00
49. Payment of 237.161 Loans .00 20,375.00 .00 .00 ,r C
50. Payment of Bonds & Time Warrants .00 123,000.00 .00 .00 ii 1111M '
51. Interest on 237.161 Loans .00 1,019.00 .00 .00

52. Interest on Bonds .00 220,189.00 .00 .00 ( ....
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53. Other Debt Service .00 4,061.00 .00 .00 /"
54. Total Debt Service .00 368,644.00 .00 .00 t I \I )
21,289.00 .00 .00 .00 )
55. Outgoing Transfers to Debt Service --
56. Total Appropriations & Transfers 4,474,570.00 372,644.00 1,044,064.56 47,234.00 V
57. Unappropriated Fund Balances 16,951.56 388,064.00 291,510.86 .00 \
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4,491,521.56 760,708.00 1,335,575.42 47,234.00 ::;::;
58. Total 1 Appropriations, Transfer Bal.


'. Debt Capital Contract SURE I I WHY NOT ?

Revenue Operating Service Improvement Programs ..
BUT, REMEMBER
1. Federal Impact 23,000.00 .00 .00 .00
2. Drug Education .00 .00 .00 7,639.00 THE SEASON'S LATER AND THE SUN'S HOTTER
3. Fla. Education Finance Program 3,290,659.00 .00 .00 .00 AND
State .00 .00 .00
4. Capital Outlay 43,543.00
YOUR HANDY-WAY KEEPS A
5. Withheld S. B. E. Bonds .00 99,911.00 .00 .00 NEIGHBORHOOD!
6. Withheld S. B. E. Admin. Expense 2,185.00 .00 .00 .00 FRESH SUPPLY. OF THE THINGS YOU'LL NEED
7. Racing Commission 39956.00 183,044.00 .00 .00 / SUCH AS';
8. State Textbooks 29,676.00 .00 .00 .00
SUNTAN OILS AND SKIN LOTIONS, BUG SPRAYS,
9. Driver Education '500000 00 00 00 SNACKS, ICE, DRINKS AND MANY OTHER ITEMS.
10. State License Tax : : : : :
11. State Food Supplement V 19,409:00, : ;o ..oo ..oo TO MAKE YOUR FUN MORE FUN

12. Career Education 33,759.00 .00 .00 .00 DON'T FORGET
13.'Safe School Act 5,359.00 .00 .00 .00
14. Community Schools 11,000.00 .00 .00 .00 HANDY=INAY IS OPEN EARLY AND LATE
15. Work Study .00 .00 .00 2,500.00
'16. Adult Basic Education .00 .00 .00 12,500.00 SO YOU CAN SHOP GOING AND RETURNING_

17. Federal School Lunch 169,047.00 .00 .00 .00 WE'LL BE HAPPY TO SEE'YOU
,18. Federal Non-Food Assistance .00 .00 10,000.00 .00
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19. Highway Safety Act V .00 .00 49,331.00 .00
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20. District School Tax 696,625.00 .00 .00 .00
21. District Food ,Service 149,000.00 .00 .00 .00 H d m
22. District Interest & Sinking : .00 36,092.00 .00 ',.00 I an q. aq "" .,
23. Union County 15,000.00 .00 .00 .00 v. .
24. Transfer From Operating .00 21,289.00 .00 .00 OPEN 7.00 A M.
25. Fund Balance 50.56 420372.00, 1.232,701.42 '243'69.00 F 0 0 D 5,0 R E 5 TO 11 .00 P.M
26. Total Estimated Revenue 4,491,521.56 760,708.00 1,335,575.42 47,2J.lOO' EVER DAY


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NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF SCHOOLNEWS service at 3 p.m. By Elizabeth Givens Walker Jeannette Prescott

Ralph Bryan has made Application I THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- Adult Basic classes did not Weekly services as follows:
to the Bradford County-I CUIT, IN AND FOR BRADFORD close last week as was stated. Bible Class and Prayer conclude services for the dayat captains are asked to contact nesday night before 3rd
Zoning Board for reclassification I COUNTY FLORIDAIn There are three more nights to Meeting combine each 10 with Leo DeSue Supt., in each member. Sunday Choir No. 1 will NEW RESIDENTSWe

of the property described below go, August 5, 7 and 12, for Wednesday night. Visitors charge. MT. PISGAII AME rehearse. welcome as new
from OR to BH: A portion of the re: The Marriage of S. BRUCE classes meeting Monday and always welcome. KHKNEZKK BAPTIST CHURCH. Rev. B.F. Franklin The Ju.tior Choir will ap- residents to Brooker, Mr. and
SW1/4 of SE 114 of Sec. 24 Tn. JARVIS Petitioner and MARIE Wednesday night. All interested NEW BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH. Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. Sunday School will pear at Antioch Baptist Mrs. John Neighbors. Mrs.
7 S, Range 21 E, Bradford JARVIS Respondent. adults are invited to CHURCH Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. Bible Class and terminate services for the Church Friday night, Aug. 9, Neighbors (Geneva) is the
County, corner of Road 18 and attend. There have been pastor. Weekly services begin Prayer Meeting Thursday day. Regular services will be on a Choir Anniversary. The sister of Malcolm and Guy
Hwy.301,1 acre more or less, to NOTICE OF ACTION Inquiries about sewing and with Prayer Meeting and night. Starting Monday night, held next Sunday. 3rd Sunday evening the pastor Harrell, and has lived away
allow him to operate a ToMARIE: JARVIS tailoring classes. If this desireis Bible Class Wednesday nightat August 5, Rev. Davis will be CHURCH OF GOD IN and congregation with Choirs from Brooker 44 years. Her
mart and gasoline pumps.grocery 2037( E. Baltimore St. made known to Mr. Brown 7:30.: Sunday services begin conducting a revival in UNITY, Elder D.R. Williams 1 and 2 will leave the church at family is happy to have them

This change in classification is Baltimore, MarylandLast and enough students registerthe with Sunday School at 9:30.: Gainesville Friendship pastor. Weekly services 2:30: to appear in Eustis. home.
subject to a public hearing to be ( Known Address) classes: will be organized.For Morning service at 11. Baptist Church for Rev. S.J. begins with Bible Band These are some of the sick
held on Tuesday, August 27, information call 9646150. Communion will be given In Brown. Sunday services will Tuesday night at 7:30.: Prayer in the community that have Mr. and Mrs. Harold
1974 at 7:30: PM in the County YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a the 6:30: service. Visitors conclude with Sunday Schoolat Meeting Friday night, 7:30.: been reported: Mrs. Dora Griner, of Tallahassee, were
Commission the Petition for Dissolution of always welcome. 10 a.m.GHI'Ann. Sunday services will begin Hawkins, Nelson Ghent, and visiting her parents, Mr. and
room at
Bradford County Court House Marriage has been filed againstyou DELL CHAPTER OES MT. ZION AME CHURCH, BETHLEHEM with Sunday School at 10 a.m. Mrs. Gary Reddish. Please Mrs. Guy Harrell, on Saturday -
at
which time all interested In the above named Court Dell Chapter 168 will hold its Rev. Kittles pastor. Sunday FREEWILL: BAPTIST Morning service at 11. remember them in your July 27, and attended the
shall be heard persons for or against the and you are required to serve a regular meeting August 8, in services begin with Sunday CHURCH, Rev. Jasper Y.P.W.W. at 6:30.: Communionwill prayers and with cards and Kelly-Cranford wedding.
proposal, as specified In the copy of your answer or pleadingto the Masonic Hall on Brownlee School at 10(*.a.m. Morning Williams pastor. Monday, be given in the 7:30: service visits. Mrs. Leroy Davis, Joyce Stokes entertainedwith
Code the Petition on the Street. Members, please service at 11. Communion will Tiny Tots and Choir No. 3 reporter.IN.
Zoning of Bradford a cookout Sunday, Aug. 4,
Petitioner's Attorney, CAROL remember the month of be given in the 4 p.m. service. Ushers Board met. Tuesday FREE CANAAN TRUE
County. for her visitors, Mr. and Mrs.
WILD SCOTT, 11 West University August came in on Thursday Presiding Elder R.E. Lamb night Senior Choir was! held. CHURCH OF GOD IN UNITY, MEMORIAMIn : Michael Castlen, and son,
John Torode, Chairman Avenue, Gainesville, Florida, which was the first. All will hold the last quarterly Wednesday night Prayer Elder Sampson White pastor. loving memory of Mr. Josh and Mrs. Castlen'sbrother
Bradford County BoardL. 32601, and file the original members are asked to pleasebe conference for this conferenceyear Meeting. Thursday night, Weekly services begin Ben McDougald, Sr., who Jeff, and Cam
Zoning answer or pleading in the officeof present for a very important on Sunday, August 18, 3 Ladies Circle will meet. Wednesday night with Prayer passed away four years ago, Marien, all of Long Beach,
the Clerk of the Circuit Courtin meeting. p.m. Friday night. Prayer Band and Terry service. Friday August 6, 1970. You were a and
M. Gaines, Director Calif. Sgt. Mrs. Tony
8/8 and for Bradford County, The annual Women's Day will meet. Saturday, dinners night Teaching and Prayer loving husband a devoted Castlen; and Steve, of
1tchg Florida, on or before September program will terminate will be sold from the kitchen. Service. Sunday services will father, grandfather, and Mr. and son Mrs. Patrick
4, 1974. FAMILY REUNIONMr. Sunday, August 25. All Sunday services will begin begin with Sunday at 10 a.m. brother. To your grave we Tampa Castlen, of Lake Butler
NOTICE If you fail to do so, judgmentby and Mrs. James Prince members are asked to please with Sunday School at 9:30.: Morning service at 11. always wander, and place Patricia and Eddie Castlen, of;
Dore Rotundo has made default will be taken againstyou and daughter, Mrs. Elane cooperate with this activity. Morning service at 11 with the Evening service 7 p.m. flowers with great care. No Jacksonville and C.L.
Application to the Bradford for the relief demanded In Lee, will go to Milwaukee Success depends on each Youth in charge. Rev. Visitors always welcome.ANNOUNCEMENTS. one knows our heartaches as Atkinson of Brooker.Mr. ; .
County Zoning Board for re- the Petition. Wis. for a family reunion and member. Williams will deliver the we turn and leave you there. .
and Mrs. Wilson Green
classification of the property WITNESS my hand and seal have an extended visit with AIT. MORIAII UNITED message. At 6 p.m. the : God took you to his beautiful and of Tenn.
baby Memphis,
described below from R1A to this 29th day of July, 1974 their daughter, Mrs. Emma J. METHODIST CIIURCII Rev. Women's Home Mission will 1'he Home Mission Societyis garden because you needed their uncle and
EA: In Sec.25 Twp. 8 Rnge22 E Matthews. They will also visit Willie Stitt pastor. Choir be in charge of services. scheduled to meet each rest and in his garden he only were visiting
and
aunt, Mr. Mrs. Evan
off Hwy 21 on right side of road GILBERTS. BROWN in Chicago. rehearsal each first and third GREATER; ALLEN Monday night before the 4th takes the best. Sleep on, and
NW 1/4 of SW 1/4 of Sec. 25, Clerk Wednesday night. Sunday CHAPEL AME: CHURCH, Sunday in every month. darling and take your rest. Mrs.Hodges Mamie, grandmother Hodges last,
,
Twp. 8 S 22 E. By Beulah M. Moody School each 10 a.m. Kcv. B.C. Williams pastor. Sister Louise Jackson, We'll love you but God loved
Miss Catherine Sundar' week. The Hodges have their
Crawford
This In classification is of services will Each first Sundayis best. Sadly missed
change Deputy Clerk Bunnell is Sunday conclude Sunday begin, at president. you by little grandson, Barry Gnann,
subject to a public hearing to be 8/1 4t 8122NOTICE/ Mr. and visiting her services for the day. 10 a.m. Morning service at 11. Youth Day. All youth are your wife, Alice McDougald, of Middleburg this week.
parents Mrs.
held on Tuesday August 27, Crawford in Linwood PLEASANT GROVE At 3 p.m., Official Board asked to please cooperate. your children, grandchildren, Prayer List: Rev. Jim
1974 at 7:30: PM in the County OF INTENTIONTO Lawtey. UNITED METHODIST meeting. Evening service Wednesday before 4th Sundayin sister and brother. Countryman and Grady Hart
Commission room at the CHURCH Rev. Willie Stitt, : September the Associationwill
REGISTER 5:30.All are still patients in the
Bradford County Court House at CHURCH NEWSST. pastor. Prayer Meeting each members are asked to begin at Pleasant Grove
FICTITIOUS NAME BIC PEN'S. The Office Shop. hospital. We pray that they
which time all persons interested JOHN BAPTIST Tuesday night at 7:30. Prayer please cooperate with the Baptist Church, Keystone 19 cents and 25: cents. will be well soon and able to
shall be heard for or against the Pursuant to Section 865.09 CHURCH, Rev. Willie Huff- Meeting each Thursday night, Rally Day activity which will Heights. All members are return home.
proposal, as specified in the Florida Statutes notice is man pastor. Sunday School is 8 p.m. Sunday School will terminate Sunday. Aug. 25. All asked to cooperate. Wed -

Zoning Code of Bradford hereby given that the undersigned held each Sunday at 10 a.m. -
County. Linda S. Hildebran Church services each second

and Gary E. Hildebran P. O. and fourth Sunday at 11 a.m.
John Torode, Chairman
Box 1273, Starke, Fla. 32091, pp- -
Bradford County Zoning Board.L. .
doing business under the firm entered against you for the relief

M. Gaines, Director name of "PEE WEE NURSERY" demanded in the Petition. EvcryDayLowPrice FOOD EvcryDayLowPrice, ,
202 N. Thompson Street,
1tp 8/8 Starke, Florida 32091, intends to WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said Court on the 30th
said fictitious
register name
NOTICE under the provisions of aforesaid day of July 1974. CHUCK LYKES
Harold V. Smith has made statute. GILBERT BROWNAs FAIRSUPERMARKETS

Application to the Bradford Linda S. Hildebran and GaryE. Clerk of Said Court
County Zoning Board for re- Hildebran Owners. By: Beulah M. Moody '

classification of the property Dated this 15th day of July A. Deputy Clerk STEAKS BEEF STEW
described below from EA to BA: D.. 1974, at Starke Florida. 8/1 4t 8/22
This change in classification 7/18 4tp 8/8 STARKE'S
would allow me to operate a I I. NEIL TUCKER, MAYOR OF BEEF BLADE 320 SOUTH
Body shop and This THE CITY OF STARKE,
garage. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT WALNUT ST.
property is located as described: EIGHTH FLORIDA BY VIRTUE OF THE ....
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF
VCHVOAV iOW PftlCIS OOOD
Com. NE Corner of NW 1/4 of AUTHORITY VESTED IN ME #I A WIIN soul.ii..OOOD THMU C
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR ... .. ,
WIDNISOAV AUQ '0 174 QUANTITY
SW 1/4 of Sec. 3 Twp.' 6 S. R. BRADFORD COUNTY. BY LAW. DO HEREBY CALL 9 8 NIGHTS' NISIMVID 24 oz Can 6 9
22 E. approximately 1/4 mile FIRST PRIMARY ELECTION TO .
I CHOICE I M jn ptuad to tcaftULtDLl
west of Hwy 301 on Magayri CIVIL ACTION BE HELD AT THE FIRE LB Hillil FOOD IIIM1
! Road. STATION IN THE FORESAID
coupoorsI
This change in classification is ROSE MARIE BATES Plaintiff CITY BY QUALIFIED VOTERSON
subject to a public hearing to be vs. ROBERT f. BATES TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER
held on Tuesday, August 27, Defendant. 10 1974, A. D., FOR THE -
1974 at 7:30: PM in the County PURPOSE OF ELECTING THE EveryDayLowPrice f EveryDayLowPrfce T EvcryDayLowPrice: : BonusBuyU. i
FOLLOWING OFFICERS
Commission room at the NOTICE OF SUIT :
Bradford County Court House at ToRobert F. Bates ASSORTED runeGROUND
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GROUP 1 SMOKED S. NO. t
which time all persons interestedshall "UNKNOWN"YOU -
Address
be heard for or against the One Commissioner Two Years Pork LoinCHOPS PICNIC 3TVUIWATCft WHITEPOTATOES
proposal, as specified in the ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat GROUP 3 AOOEiySHOULDER
Code of Bradford One Commissioner Two Years
Zoning ii
an action for Divorce has _
GROUP 5 .
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County.
been filed against you and
you _
One Commissioner Two Years
are required to serve a copy of _
John Torode, Chairman written defenses if
your any to
Bradford County Zoning BoardL. it, on the plaintiff's attorney, INSPECTORS FOR Ai'.w: AI
SAID ELECTION: LB BAG
whose name and address is _
M. Gaines, Director Hon. George H. Pierce, P. O.
Up BiB Box 1030, Starke Florida and Leone Mathews Inspector
file the original with the clerk of Clara F. Colson Inspector lonusBuy ryDaytowPrk Every DflylowPrkc tvcryDaylowPriccUOKTOMt CvcrytaytowPrk* "es'SLICED Oontlr8uy
the above styled court on or Peggy Shallot Inspector CAROLINA Paul OtTOM flAO! PORK SMOKED UlSCIOWf FRISN
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT before September 3, 1974: M s.J. C. Dukes Inspector Pork Shoulder SPARE"o""RIBS CORNED Blir California FIRM RIPETOMATOES

EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT otherwise a judgement may be Louise W.Vatinskl Tenley Inspector BACON ROAST BRISKETSOMILjjS wNYHAMPLUMS i
Barbara Inspector

FLORIDAFile BRADFORD No. 74.186 COUNTY, entered petition.demanded against in the you complaint for the relief or Kenneth Buford M. Struth InspectorIrma Inspector 79c 4 PKO.TOI* 79.5 JTOan ma 79 3TOSLB PNQ $119> : 68: LB 29 LB


C. P. ((1-2206)) WITNESS my hand and the Mrs. L. N. Pickering Inspector .

seal of said Court on July 29, Mrs. Shellie Genie Inspector (v fyDayt.owPrk W ImyDayLowPrk*W ImryDaytowPrk*] W IvcryDaylowPriM W omnluyCalifornia BonuiBuyflUSH"
In Re: Estate of ERNEST D. 1974. Sj NLtlNtX OIIDIIItCRIMOIIA OPEN Pit
McCOLSKEY Deceased. ALTERNATES SAID ELECTION FOR: BREAD KIMC IM I PRINT I COFFEE I ""P.2"1 |i"i:. RIO OK WHITtGRAPES BOILING
Gilbert S. BrownAs I I
NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo Clerk of said Court Mrs. Martaret Williams Mrs. TOWELS CREAMER .. SAUCE. PEANUTSEveryDayLowPrice

all creditors and all persons By: Beulah M. MoodyAs Eaton Howell.IN Jordan Mrs. Ruby
having claims or demands Deputy Clerk

against You are this notified estate:and required 8/8 4t 8/29 HERE TESTIMONY UNTO SUBSCRIBE WHEREOF MY I COMPARE ;:.'CO"'O.. :. .. ;. .COMPARE' o':.'n":' .'.COMPARE'; ;;K6' o

by Statutes Section to file 733.15 any claims Florida and NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO OF NAME THE AND TOWN CAUSE TO THE BE HERE-SEAL Hormel Franks .:::a 99c 20. .I SunnydSausage"( .{:::: .:' 5189 10. I Chipped Meats ..3'.go::G.. 45' 6.

have REGISTER UNTO AFFIXED THIS 6th DAY MO'N '0" ".""' OU"N.. ;ar; .,:, "U CI. ,
against demands the which estate you of may Ernest D. FICTITIOUS NAME OF AUGUST 1974 A. D. Roll Sausage '? 59. Dinners .m" :: ::;; 5119 20' Cooked Ham :0 "P": 5140 20

McColskey, deceased in the American Cheese :CC: N 99 10. : Cooked Ham ,, CI'a 5159 30. : Low Cal Yogurt .': :':::'' 23c 6.

Circuit Bradford Court County in Bradford and for Florida Pursuant Statutes to Section notice 866.09 is Attest Neil L.: Merrill Tucker Edwards, Mayor Cornish Hens ;D''C.:.. 0.0:: :_'''.'.. 69c 10. i Skinless Franks ;':a..o':: 59c 14' i Cottage Cheese ":-::'::; 59' ..

Florida County, within Courthouse four months, Starke from, hereby given F, G. that Mueller the, P.undersigned O.- 8/8 4t 8/29 City Clerk Baking Hens D'D:..C. :.:e'uM;. 49c 10. .. Sliced Bologna "r'NO': ; 79c I.. .1 Sour Cream ::a..u.:: .:: 49' 6.ua. .

the date of the first publicationof Box 1255, Starke, Florida. Meat Loaf Mix-I"'I: ::" 79c '10. : Cream Cheese .a. rNn 39c 10. : Fish Portions "'S..o.: ". 99c 20.
this notice. 32091 doing business under the IN THE' CIRCUIT COURT OF
Each claim or demand must firm name of ALLIGATOR FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL
be in writing and must state the CREEK RANCH" U. S. 301 CIRCUIT IN AND FOR I
EveryDayLowPrice EveryDayLowPriceETAM
place of residence and post- South, Starke Bradford BRADFORD COUNTY. EveryDayLowPrice'HUNT
office address of the claimant County Florida. 32091 Intendsto IMPORTED I
and must be sworn to by the: register said fictitious name CIVIL ACTION REA LEMON; LAMBRECHT FrozenPIZZA
claimant, his agent, or his at under the provisions of aforesaid CASE NO. SNACK
torney. statute. In re: Annulment of Marriage of RECONSTITUTEDLEMON
Each creditor shall deliver sufficient Fred Mueller sole owner. JOYCE ATKINSON STOKES "* "" PACK LOAF

copies of his claim to Dated this August 7, 1974 it a/k/a JOYCE HECKLER, and JUICE _PUDDINGS FRUITS I3oz PEPPEAONI1201 CHEESE
enable the Clerk to mail one to Starke, Florida. RALPH CURTIS HECKLER ALL PORK OR 1402 SAUSAGE
each personal representative.Dated 8/8 4tp 8/29 Respondent.

July 24th, 1974. 32ozBTL. 4-PACK 2lCOMPARE_ _120Z_ YOUR
NOTICE OF SUIT
Elizabeth H. McCoiskey 2002 CAN CHOICE

As Administratrix of the ToRALPH: CURTIS HECKLER

Estate of Ernest D. McColskey Deceased IN THE EIGHTH CIRCUIT JUDICIAL COURT'OFTHE CIR Address Unknown COMPARE O::.oCI..a,. :" ;. ; o":,*co"'a tVIKT LOW IAV U | ;COMPARE O:::,ca"o; : ; "


8/12t 88NOTICE CUIT BRADFORD OF FLORIDA COUNTY.IN AND FOR Petition YOU for ARE Annulment NOTIFIED has that been a Hot Dog Relish 1wi:u $4/l/ 111 ; Vienna Sausage ::;r 29c nor ;I Lindsey Ripe Olives'w z 47c 4.

CASE NO.74203In filed against you and you are Boot Polish Kit i':0':; :: 3/5l/ 451 I Frozen Bagels .oc:: r3Jl: / 1r i Plus Meat "... .... 69c .1

REGISTER OF INTENTIONTO Re: The Marriage of ED- Answer required'to or serve Pleading e copy to of your the Ice Tea Mix .,:.i" 3/29/ IKto ; Air Freshner Mw U. 69c 10>>1 ; Taco Casserole 79c 101

FICTITIOUS NAME WARD Petitioner MANN and TUCKER.DONNA JR.W.. Attorney Petition, on GEORGE the Petitioner'H. PIERCE* Insect Spray .w, 88c Instant Tea 9ge 34IK>> I Southern Maid Grits = 69c to>>

Pursuant to Section 866.09 TUCKER, Respondent. P. O. Drawer 1030. Starke, Flavor Ice _& 79c VHM I Butter Beans == 2/8/ < i Southern Maid Meal = 69c 10.
Florida 32091. and file the
by Florida given Statutes that the, notice undersignedEdwin Is here- NOTICE OF SUIT original Answer or Pleading in French Dressing '=. 3/51/ < i Fish Cakes N 3/51/ 1E1 ; Quick Grits "::.""..:... 22c 4.

Hornsby.L. Hornsby Route.1 1 and Box Faye 160 C., To: DONNA W. TUCKER the office Court of on the or Clerk before of the August Circuit Italian Dressing w 3/51/ 13. ; Economy Dinners p's 2/8ge/ I. Baby Powder 5119 20.

Starke. Horida' 32091, doing YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat 26, 1974. If you fail to do so, t 99cCurad ....' '_ ,.
business under tha firm name of en action for dissolution of Judgment by default win be Moth Balls = 45c 4IK< I Banquet Suppers BandagesListerine : 2/51/ :I

"COLBY ENTERPRISES", marriage has been filed against taken against you .for the relief BrushScrubBowlPotatoes 2/5l/ ; Corn Flakes "-:.:_"3I'1/ a< ; 51" M,
and are required to demanded in the ...itian.
Starke, you
160, you
Box
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Route of written NNgU lASS.. UtilitySizeBaggies .". 3/51/ 201 Stainless Blades 39 ::10.
Bradford County. Florida, serve a copy your This notice shall be publishedonce 3/51/ 27. ;
p 32091 Intends to register said defenses, if. any. to It err each week for four consecutive sect

fictitious name under the provi- RICHARD E. WELTY Attorneyfor weeks in the Bradford h.O.lPrk. W EraryDaytowPrk* Iwc.yo.ylowPrke ryDayLowPrk cl EvcryDayLowPrkc W EvcryDayLowPrktOu.H.SHBf.L

sions of aforesaid statute. Petitioner whose address County Telegraph. ., 000 FAIR J."__,
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114 N. Walnut Street, P. O. Box Dated 28 1974. ICE TEACLASSES
Edwin L. Hornsby and Faye C. : July BEEF LABEl ICC MI ONION HAMBUMCI FRIED I OJVILlp
Starke. Florida 32091 and
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Dated this 1* day of August file the original with the Clerk of Gilbert S. Brown dork STEW ., CHICKEN _
Starke Florida. the above-styled Court on or By: Beulah M. Moody 1
A. D.. 1974 at 8/t1 3/l $1.79 5
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CITY NEWS
The Hampton City Council
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Mr. and Mrs. Floyd J.
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I I'age/ 12 TELEC.RAPII: Augusts, 1974BHS' .
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I The South came from touchdown drive on their own The North set up shop on the keep the score at 12 to 7 in Veteran Bradford High
behind in the second half to 46-yard line. South 37-yard line Lecount favor of the South. Coach David Hurse said
defeat the favored North 18-15 engineered one first down andon Another North bobble setup "Hayes did a very fine job and
Williams Starts the fourth of the next I am real proud of his effort.
in the Annual All-Star game In nine plays Terry Lecount play the South's final touchdown.
last Saturday night at Florida of Jacksonville Raines and a series, Milton tried a 44-yard Lecount fumbled for the Northat "If Hutchinson from Winter
Field in Gainesville before a future Gator marched his field goal that was short and their own 26-yard line and Park had not done such a
sparse crowd of 4,800 fans. to Don Enclade the South took over on their Walton once again recoveredfor great Job on the North Defense
team a score.
For North All-Stars 20.Kynes. that a number of Coaches felt
Terry Hayes of Bradford of Fort Walton Beach and a own the South.
High saw action as the left Gator drove then drove his teamon Hayes would have gotten the
Tin- South cam Irom hall. Wayne Armstrong of He was assisted by some defensive end on the North future tackle for six yards over and right the a long 17-play drive that After a six-yard loss, Ray North Lineman award,
behind in the second half to Baker in Okuloosa Countynear strong rebounding efforts by Defense and did an excellentjob score with 5.38 remaining to carried over Into. the second threw a long pass to Bain at "It was a good experiencefor
detest I ho !North; 82-71' in the (Yestview, and Ron Ricky Gallon of Tampa Jef- by making six crucial play in the first quarter. Amos period. They scored on a the 2-yard line and he carted it Terry and he made some
:,\th Annual AII.Stal'lal11l'/ ulMhgalor Anthony ol nearby (orson and a future member of tackles and recovered two Milton of Blountstown and beautiful pass play from in, for the touchdown with the fine contacts that he will keep
Alloy on the OFnnpus Jacksonville Fletcher sparkedthe the University of Louisville South bobbles, one of them on Albany Ga., State booted l the Kynes towide receiver Gerald play Carrying 32-yards. Tony the rest of his life," Hurse said
< in Gainesville; before :North: to its first half (ead. Team) with 24 rebounds in the a crucial extra point. lie also extra point and the North led 7 Bain who caught the 11-yard Green was stopped in attempting of Haves.
,1 i 'lI"l'al11l11g: crowd ol over Anthony and Bonner quickly contest. Michael Thompson of just missed by a hair blockinga to 0. pass play on the one and tookit to run for the extra
Midi) I,illS. got in loul trouble in the Miami Jackson, another punt. He was one of 20 future in for the score. Bain is from point. The score was now
"hII''ilhmns of Bradford second half and the load was University of Minnesota Florida Uators on display in Hollywood Hills and is a South 18 North 7 with 3.32 "The North made too many
I liHh /nave a good account of squarely( on I the shoulders of prospect, pulled down 16 the contest on both teams. On the third play after the future Cowboy from remaining in the third mistakes in the second half to
himself in the contest by Armstrong.! He kl'pllhe North: rebounds The r North after holding the North kickoff, Bill Kynes of Oklahoma State. Nick Ray of quarter. win the game," the BUS
scoring six points, for the close in the contest with Lockhart wound up with the South at bay after they Tampa Plant and a future Tampa Robinson and the A punting duel ensued for Coach added.
North loam, two in the lirst Homier on the bench and South most valuable player received the opening kickoff Gator; fumbled and Hayes University of Tampa, extra the balance of the game until
hall, before picking up three Anthony staying on the floor trophy and was the game's forced them to punt and the jumped on the ball like a cat point try was wide to the right the North took over for the
quick fouls in I the first five until he fouled out. high scorer with 23 points. North started their first for the North. and the North led 7-6 with 7.30 final time at their 20-yard line. FootballPhysical
minutes of the contest. His Thompson and Andre Jones of -I IT remaining in the half.
l hrsl half ha.skcl put the ;North; With the score Gl-til(;) in the Pahokee and Broward Junior Neither team had a scoring Lecount mixing runs with
.iheiul (i-5 alter the South had I linal stages of the contest with College scored 14 points, threat for the balance of the short passes moved the North
iuniH'l| to an carlv 5-2 lead. Anthony louled out for the Gallon had 11 and Cecil Rose ,. a downfield and Earl Carr of
half.An Notice!
:North; :and Bonner returning to of Miami Jackson and the All-Star Band consistingof Orlando Oak Ridge and a
University of Houston 230 members from 50( future Gator,knifed off his left All Varsity and Junior
The ;North; then steadily: action with lour fouls
rounded out the South team schools in the state performed guard from the three for the Varsity football players
pulled ahead with i t I their Osbourne) Lock hart of :Miami
members in double figures. before the and duringthe score with 8 seconds should their physicals as
Inmost/ lead in the first half Jackson and a luture Golden game get
Bonner had 17 points to lead halftime intermission remaining in the game. soon as possible, according to
being/ I pointsat :37 to32 and Gopher at the University of
the :North, while Armstrongand Gerald Goodman of Lecount then dove up the Head Coach David Hurse,
mill ::1-1! at the half. They were :.Minnesota took charge lor the
led in this half bv the steady South and scored four quick Anthony had ten points Bountstown took over the middle for the two point extra You are encouraged to go to
play ol future University' ; of baskets, made some steals apiece. Bonner had 15 reins of the North team at the point. your family doctor if at all
Florida" player Al Bonnera 6-6 and pulled down another rebounds and Armstrong had start of the second half and possible Dr. Adams'
strongman Irom Pcnsacola rebound to open up the contest 13 rebounds. Bonner receivedthe promptly fumbled the snap The North tried an on side physicals will be free of
\\',Iihll11tonho/ scored 13 of and spark the South to North most valuable rff from center as the South kick but the South recovered it charge. Dr. Felos will charge
his 17 points in (the opening the come from behind victory. player trophy. h'f defense put a lot of pressure in as time ran out with the final $5 if he has been treating you
Bradford High Coach Mike\ the middle of their defensive score South 18 North 15. and $10 if he has not. Dr.
fell the ball and Dr. Her
line. Goodman on Sundusadee
Sexton said that "Williams dida
and that he and recovered it for the North. 1 om McEwen Sports Editorof nandez physicals will be free
good job was
When they did not pick up a the Tampa Tribune of charge if they have been
L'LL of his effort
(LLt' T (LLLLiLLLGROUP l proud he was the first especiallysince member first down a short hunt put the presented trophies to both treating you and $10 it he has
South on the North 46 teams for the North Enclade
Tornado basketball teameer
THREE of a to be chosen for the North When the South did not was the best back and Scott not.All boys not having a family
Hutchinson of Winter Park doctor in should contact
: make any headway they town
Team and also a starter which
?- made it a greater honor for punted to the North who put and a future Gator as the Coach Hurse, if undecided as
NPso'EPPS Williams their 12- outstanding North. Lineman which doctor to to.
Abu!' and Bradford High." Terry Hayes Abie the ball in play on to go
All-Star Football All-Star Basketball yard line. On the second play Kynes was given the South If you do not have a physical I
The victory was the North'sHi Goodman fumbled again and best back and Bain was given form, you may pick one up at
in 25 games starting with team: made too many reports week after next to St. this time Dwight Walton of the best lineman award the Field House office.
f.IRNESTL Y SOLICITS YOUR VOTE AND { the contest in :Miami in 1950. mistakes and the North's big Johns River Junior College in Bradenton Manatee and a
<;(t/PPORT ON SEPTEMBER Wi fI. "I 1 started. I really had towork man missed too many baskets Pulatkahere he and BUS future member of the FloridaA
for it," Abie Williams close in in the second half, teammate Curtis White have and M team recovered for Clay Paving & Construction
, f... i 1 mat my 18 years of administrative work i ii well A said Saturday morning when.iskea Williams said. been signed to .play basket- the South at the seven yard
,''I, i Ifme to serve as a member of your City .. now mucn ne played The Starke all-star player ball. 473-2127 COMMERCIAL CIRCLE KEYSTONE

t i'i<,",n, il and I will, do my best to merit your vote and support hridav} night. The South all- line.On the second play Dano
star team did not have a Junior Boys Place Second In State Bivins of Palm Beach Gar Drive Ways Parking Areas
r'7df1 letter club but the r NorthINFLATION and Colorado State went
YOU
(Paid' POl Ad i The Starke Junior Boys Jeffrey Norman receivedthe dens
Softball All-Star team placed Most Valuable Player off his right tackle for 8yardsand Fill Dirt

Second in the first Boys State Trophy, only trophy presentedother the touchdown that put
. -------------------------------!3000000000000000.,) in Haines than first and second the South ahead for good with Land Clearing Lime Rock
------------------------------- Tourney played
in the third
I I II City Aug. 2-3, with a 1-2 place. 6.10 remaining
I I record. The boys to play the first quarter. Ray who alternatedwith & Clay
! The Juniors lost their first Boys State Tourney from Kynes in this half, I FREE K.L, REEVES
ESTIMATES
game to Rockledge of Cocoa, Starke are: Mike Kitchens, fumbled the snap and Hayes OWNER
1 I II recovered for the North to
I I II II 8-0, but came up and defeated Jerry Sullivan, Wade Winkler, I
I II (hem in the second game 4-0 Jeffrey Norman, Dinky Kilby.
on Dinky Kilby's three-run Jay McNeal, Billy Lundy
triple. The Juniors came Jeffrey Jockel Eddie Keep Frank Williams
I home with second place as Akridge, Jackson Prevatt
I I II I they were defeated 9-2 against Chris Williams, Louie Brown,
FOP You Full
Time
I I II Haines City the first place John Samons and Laurence Working
I I II team. Patrick. y'yt .
I I II
I I II II II "' Frank Williams Has been a Full Time

I ELECT. l
I FIGHTER p Representative
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I I I II II II II II II II II II II II II WM. G."BILL". GRAUDONS Frank Williams Had A Perfect

I I t, Y Attendance record in the 5 regular & special

A MEMBER OF YOUR } sessions of the
I Yy Legislature

I I / 4 It I A.r( SCHOOL BORRD e, Frank Williams Had a 99. 89% voting

I I I -f w DISTRICT 5 COUNTY AT LARGE record missing only two votes in the 5

I i \ aEASY t liicf Engineer/: Bradford 'ounty Hospital .,' regular & special session of the Legislature
I r'urmrr Sii|>vr\isor Maintenance; Bradford County Schools
I I Instructor Vit-Trch Center Keen Frank Williams
''JI OWNS) : Kl'KINKSS: : -FUIII.1.1: :';
(Paid Pol_Adv ) Working For You Full Time
I'' Let 'a Equip Our Young People Today-
For Our Leaders Of Tomorrow. (Paid' Pol. Adv I

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Cunningham Wins Men's Norman's Farm SecondIn --------------. Calves to Share


I TournamentNorman's \I Union Honors with

Slow-Pitch Title 17-0 Oct. 12
Pigs on
].'urmI on second Norman's ended the lour-
Bombing liruoker 22.3 and place trophy in the Women's! nuim-nt' with a :l-2 recordNorman's : I County I
I4-J.: Cunningham Cull; of| with Cunningham placed first off of back-to-back homcruns -0 lead in the l first inning on Slow-pitch l District II Tournament : deleuted The Sling I Kilteen quality grade. heifer
Keystone Heights I became a 17-0( record: First IA Terry Ilardee and Bob Iwo back-to-back homerunsbv held at Wcstside. Aug. Irom Drannc Park-7: Inland I II cuKcsare being ought for the
(Champions: ol I the l'J74 Men] record Baptist second Baldwin place with 17-4 Allen lor a 2-0 lead. Brooker Terry 1 Hardee and Bob 2--4, and now will I proceed lo Kuipmc-nt: ) (of U't-sburg 4-0 \Sports I eighth unnl11 I, ('Scramble
Slow-Pitch KccrcatioiiiilSoltball third : Chevcrolet. came up from behind in the Allen, two triples by Hardee the State Tourney in and Johnson Hayes ol I i hil'i' selection committee
League\ lasl Tuesday and Law place ilh lied]1-4; Brooker lxltom of the first, scoring and Allen and two doubles by Tallahassee. Aug !9-10. Gainesville 7-0. Norman's was I iI I headed by County Agent
night ley lor fourlhpll'e three runs on two singles and AndY Harmon and Larry The Comets of Satellite deleated by The Comets I.J-5 lit bht Taylor and Arthur
As (lirst hall champions. Brown with, fifth 4-6 each; Smith and errors lor a 3-2 lead Allen. Brooker had trouble Hoard placed lirst I with an and 5.4.Diane. 3 Undefeated InUnionSlowPitch (iaskins..
place, with 2-10 Cunningham bombed with Cunningham Jordan hit the Plans for the annual event
Hrooker went undefeated ]120( record, and away keeping up uncleleated record of4.(1(I. only :
lo a. !league. playoll'against winless First !Methodist] seven runs in the top of the as they scored only three runs against Stork Stars of Ocala home run out of !Norman'slive to be held October ]12. were
with
second-ha' champions a O-io. second lor a 0-3 lead and had against Cunningham's 14. Johnson Hayes of Gainesville names' and had the iiiiimunccd l by (i i. T. lluggms
In the best
Cunningham lull: with a 17-o( game series two out of three control of the game lor a Cunningham dominated the and :Nornian's: Farm highest baiting average of the The second hall ol I the Union Call Scramble' chairman, lit
record as I the season ended opened II1111'1,1 Cunningham Ideal of 22.3.Cunningham. hitting 16-4 for the League team ol 547First County Slow-1'ilch Softball the monthly meeting!: of !the
last :Monday' night. game in the opened the Championship. League began last week and Chamber ol Commerce board
lust inning, scoring Iwo runs second game again, but with a To end I the second half of FSP SetsPlaynay alter the dust cleared only ol Governors last Thursday'
I play Cunningham streaked BaptistTo three men's teams remain Muggins said thai in addition
12-i over Baldwin Cheverolet, undefeated. Io\the boys! who compete
with one grand slam by Bob ]First beat Lake by scrambling lor the Ireecalves
7 Baptist
LIL:( cLLL(! Allen, and outhit Baldwin 20-6 Host Butler in live innings 15-5.; the evenl w ill include a
MA U R I ICEEDWARDS week's Softball 'I he Florida State Prison
during last! and the Union Andrews Drugs look six innings \pig scramble for the children
led the Correctional
Joe Hobmson Hill Glover,
play Center will to beat KMO.: ] iii-Ii 1< < and presidcMteleilol
team 4-lor-4 on lour singles. sponsor a "Family ChurchTourney First Christian Iwo I ho chamber. was appointed -
won exciting -
Play Day"
Aug. 24 at Pistol finance chairman,
JR. Itange on the prison grounds beat games last week They 17- and Harold 1 Ia\'is was! given!:
T Ceramics ClosedThe for all Worthington Springs
employees and their
!the job nl linding arena
families Ui in a long H-inning slug lest
Ceramics class will be judges.
andalsodeleated Kailord IH-K
Fr closed all this month and will am I'lay and Day last will begin al 9:30):: First Baptist Church of scoring 11 runs in the top ol Sponsored iinnualls' by !the
v Your re-open: the first !Monday] in and will:: all-day be Games Starke will be hosting a six the seventh inning to remain chamber the scramble gives
September, due to the fact prizes olfered for team ASA Church Slow-Pilch undefeated local youths the chance; to
School Board Member that Mrs. Lillie Ann Johns, all ages be, held also a for big cookoutwill District II Tournament ]In other games played.KMC carelora I grade registered
tYf instructor, is on vacation. everyone Friday and Saturday. Aug. 9- ] knocked Worthington animal. Muggins said. Alter
OOOOOOOQOOOOOOCMDeWiff III, at Westsido Park. ]12-7. and Kailord came from winning the Ilghl against the
r District I behind in the bottom of the 400-lb. U'l'I'Ugl'H'lghl calves
i I G Jones : 'Irophies will be presentedto seventh inning lo defeat and leading !them J Irom I the
one ol' I the! lolloping teams Providence, 12-11 Thl'omen's arena, the boys! must then
as pla>ed: Hockledge Irom all care lor I he animals tuo \earslieore !
\\
games were
I WILL, IF ELECTED, STAND UP FOR OUR Finer Home Cocoa. Wesley Methodist, rained out last Tuesday night.\ selling Ihl'm'TIll'
Starke First Baptist Bunnell record hooks of previous
First Baptist. Ocala Trinity scramble winnersill! be
CHILDREN, THE CITIZENS, AND THE STARKE PHOr\IE 964-6200 and SAugusl\ ine Cathedral TENNIS::;: collected and ,fudged 1111S.'ptt'mhl'I'
REf TALKERS I 15Muggins : .
The Union County men'sdoubles
HOSPITAL BEDS. WAL WHEELCHAIRS !Uocklcdge will lake on tennis tournamentwill commended alike
TAXPAYERS OF OUR COUNTY tialokl; iii.: ol I.UIl' for I
ft CRU TCHES Wesley: Methodist 8:15: p.m. start August \111 in Luke
Friday night to start the donating a cull to this year'sscramble
Butler The4 1 entry lee must
KEYSTONEPHONE :: HEIGHTS
U aUC:0: :[ : tourney. Starke First Baptists be paid by August! II al the in appreciation lor
(Paid' Pol Adv ) 4 733176T Bunnell First Baptist al Recreation Department office the one he won in the contestseeral
!/l1I::| p.m. Jo'ridaylight./ Ocala on the second' lloor of the years ugll.t. .
Trinity vs. losers of first game Union County courthouse.First .
at !:30: a.m. Saturday ht ] and second place

Augustine Cathedral vs. trophies will be aardlod.omen's .L.LIrLLLLeis (
losers ol the Baptists churchesat A \\ singles tennis

& Week End \\10:45' nrll'rs: ; a.m.ol the Saturday.Tourney will by tournament the Recreation is being planned Depart ;( :t L1.i( :ILL

: proceed to the Slate Tournament ] ment lor all ladies ho hate
I in Tallahassee! Aug. been taking. I the Tree tennis
I Hi-17 lessions.


Green Machine,, Cunningham by Nell Crawford

ttk* Specials Little I Orangeill proh.il l
family center Ton
State
Go to moments he, l'l'II1Jlllw laces during ol severalliassnuistcrs the

Two local learns, Green play-oils t mill w.is rem aided nionths ahead
:Machine and Cunningham second place w ith a :I I-3; .lecorddreen 'I Ins was probablv the hest
m CJLWt mru s OapQ[!J On Sale Thurs. Thru Sat. dull, won I the lh'Slow/ ; -. ( :Machine Kited' its overall tournament; in Ihe
Pitih District II Tournament.UU
only di-leal ol 14-5; against its hllolol'01. I the I liassmaslcrClul \
\ :; --t. and will now proceed lust game with I( Cunnmgh.iin ) :Several ol the
While Quantities Last totneStJle I ': Toul'Jll'ug.. !a-Id) Cull as home runs wcie' jut l h\ basMn.isiers had l lug lish t min
U.S. 301 South SCHE0NPTTRG Starke Fla in Panama City Tern IKirdce. Hob Alton ..milLairy hut were unable lo land them
Green Machine l'nll'n'dlw\ Allenireen Palelch and I'arlIu'ol': :
I our no\ as delendingchiimpions ( Machine: won against lhe Ion
to
OooMon.Wed9T08 Thurs. .SaI.9T09. Sun 12 To sav > plan put a n.
6 and lelt it as \\ \\' (i.lClI l (imm'i'o\ IlIc' l bu rope on their reels Ix-lorc t Ihenexl
ch.impions nl I the 1974 District'I lorlcil.\ Ci-vi' I Decor ol iiala.) : (tournament lion,
Our Tourney\ with i I a 3-1 record t 117 I and12.. Cunningham 'I l humpson said something got
(Cunningham Gulf lost toGreen (.nil lt-5; and j-'! hold ol him tiM). IoU\!< lie
K' Machine' in (he linal Cunningham laced its onlyMeat t needed a \\ tutu mounted: on II
( by Green Machine ol :i- liiooni stick to turn a hiiwglike /
\ !' Nip .' and li-:> that "Sock it to cm
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Grills and Looks like the pn'ud1l'1 I is
oil lo a gixslI.u'1 I, s.i\ '" hewmiuldIIketoIishinIhe&'Lisle

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// up. he also, will be 'lough
'I 1 Ill' club voted in Iwo mine
members Joseph (K: :M.ulinu.mil :
A Hibachis E. i \l\in helper didn I ell
the I b.issni.isters hurl
0 M'/ odel4434 J because) Ihe.v had I to lie good. lobe
JohnsAbout voted in."so look out
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t .a. I nll'l'l'ollInn in (.allll'!<\llll'

l/2 Price "I might have known my I'm sure'I the wives: will keep
MIII b.issm.isters mlormed ol
boy would lose that school Ibis event come on out and
M4t 1 instrument. lie forgot it on h.ive a good' time
the bus and it's just gone. I think Julian :\Idal' plan
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Page II TELEGRAPH 8,1974WHITTLING




I A Lost Art I HOME NOTES

FROM<; YOUR EXTENSION HOME


How long has it been since who had to sweep up the The joys and techniques of chunk of cut-plug. The other {.p r: ECONOMICS AGENT J: J
shavings every afternoon was for whittling. This blade .
you saw someone sitting on a whittling have been describedby .
... ...
If. i:
following a session by the honed to
street corner bench whit- the editor on an Illinois was a razor edge BROWN U
= BY KATHY
tling..just whittling. cracker barrel! boys who sat weekly newspaper in the literally. After a period of L

around the stove just whittlin' following eulogy which merits tender and careful honing, the '

Maybe that's what's wrong and spittin' all day long. reproduction here as a tributeto owner would lick the back of I've been catching quality and safety of the food
don'thave up on
folks
with the country -- his left forearm
and for
a lost art which might help try that reaches
time to just sit and One such incident was settle the nerves of the sharpness. If it shaved, it was some reading recently, and us.
whittle anymore. related by the late Ben Rowe, sharp enough. If not -c ran across some interesting If lunch to
who recalled the days when he country if it could be revived: more information on several topics you pack a carryto
honing was necessary.
with each
Time was when the white operated a market on the WHITTLING that might be of help to you as work you day, as
I do, or pack one for
pine shavings lay thick aroundthe main drag in Lawtey. One "The -:- a homemaker, who Is constantly your
the decline other
"I rise to deplore thing which set atrt..a. : y husband or children you
benches at the corner of especially obnoxious loafer and passing of the ancient and the expert whittler apart was looking for ways to probably worry about food
Call and Walnut Streets -. but in the KAIIDON improve your family's health
would ,
drop by early honorable art of whittling. his seemingly ever ready JACKSON poisoning from time to time. If
no more. If someone was seen morning, pull up a chair and When the whittler has at last supply of whittling timber. Be and happiness. you're using brown bags it's a
there today, just sittin' andwhittlin' sit there whittling until he disappeared from the con- it known didn't that
you use just Made in For example, now good idea to buy them
he'd more than art dozed off in midafternoonamid temporary scene we shall any old thing for whittling. Shifts Supervisory sliced bacon packages in the specifically for lunches In-
be regarded as a mental case a pile of shavings.Mr. have lost of the few
one Good straight-grained white stores have new back windowsor stead of using the bags you
and rushed off to the booby Rowe stood it about as remaining bulwarks of an age pine was the thing. Sassafrasor Positions at Camp BlandingCol. bigger front windows you bring home with groceries. A

hatch. long as he could, then one day more gracious and leisurelythan catalpa would do in a pinch, can see at least 70 percent of a lunchbox) is better than a
But it not ever thus. ours. but white pine was the length of a slice of bacon In- paper bag...it.s easy to keep
was when the shavings pile was General Maintenanceto
M. Hatcher Jr. Support
whittling wood par excellence. Harry side. What do you look for clean and sterile. Also lunch
popular and theloafer's
Whittling was a
especially high, "The dedicated whittler Director of Maintenance, all Army National Guard
of the village loafers, began to when you gaze into this boxes, especially insulatedones
pastime snoring units located in Florida.
and could be distinguished from "What did they whittle? recently announced a changein window? Most people want hold the cold much
with checkers just disturb customers, "Uncle
along Lt. Col. Jackson has been
"standing on the corner Benn" sneaked around behind the common or garden variety Why, bless your heart, they supervisory positions at bacon with a lot of lean. The better than paper bags. Thereare
with the maintenance divisionat
whittler by two things. One didn't whittle The Camp Blanding. Lt. Col. of lean within several
anything. distribution a to keep
watching all the girls go by, the whittler, struck a match, Blanding for 25 He is ways
Robert C. Jackson (left) has years.
his knife. It whole
of
was pocket was object whittling was slice of bacon affects its taste. lunch food cold. Take along
to the title of a once the in
according and sent shavings up a veteran of World War II and
of the finest steel and To been promoted to Assistant a
always whittling. make something Wljen fried, bacon with some Ice. To make ice for a
and the loafer
of
popular song. blaze glory, the Korean conflict. He and
had at least two would have Director of Maintenance and
always spoiled the whole several strips of lean lunch bag, clean out a plastic
But bounded out the door -- or blades. One blade was for the thing. will work as Col. Hatcher's his wife Hilda, reside in distributed throughout the margarine tub. Fill it with
whittling could also be it the window --
a was
nuisance, especially to the perhaps at least to ordinary fare of life, such as principal assistant in all Keystone Heights. slice will tend to be more water, put the lid on, and
to return -- Rardon to
proprietor of the general store whittle.never slicing off a proper-sized "0 Time! 0 Change! Goneis matters involving the Maj. came crispy. While bacon with the freeze it. When frozen, stick it
from the Field
the passenger pigeon maintenance division. Blanding same amount of lean that's in the lunch bag or box to keep
stomach bitters, stump plow !Maj. Donald L. Rardon has Artillery in 1969 when Camp concentrated in fewer but the lunch cold. You can also

and whittler. And it is just as been promoted to Com Blanding was opened as a larger sections will tend to be freeze some sandwiches and

well. What would we do with manding Officer of the Training Site for the Florida more chewy. And since bacon put them still frozen, into the
etHTCXRIALS National Guard. lie tran-
his whittlings with no Combined Support Main comes in one pound two lunch bag. They will thaw out
cookstove to fire up in the tenance Shop located at Camp sferred to the Maintenance pounds, 12 ounce and half- in time for lunch..and also
morning? And what would he Blanding. The Combined Division in 1971. lie and his pound packages be sure to help keep the rest of the lunch
VaBHBBBB BBBHiHfi9BB5raSB HMHHMBBQ0 whittle? Pasteboard boxes Support !Maintenance Shop wife, Barbara, reside in check the weight comparing cool until then.
m BH'HB
nn9BBBiHi Starke.
provides both Direct and prices.

As every parent knows,
.,
r r e+nMn By the end of next year you preschool children rarely stop

County Agents 4 CORRECTIONAL may notice some new lids on looking for snacks to tide them
Following in A GreatTradition glass jars containing meat over to the next meal. Some

and poultry products. The lids good snacks for them are

Notebook r O TR ING NSTITUTE N.nMy
screw-on and snap-on type. cut-up raw vegetables, cheese
EIIP = THE_ C TONAL The problem with the current cubes, crackers spread with

By lids is that space exists bet- cottage cheese or peanut
ween the inner edge) of thelid's butter and cereals. Children

l rim and the container should be programmed to
Congresstoo often the butt of And yet, on television, we heard him BobbyTaylor itself. When the jar stands select snacks that carry their

criticism and derision from its constituents speaking of how men in the past had I around on shelves dirt and weight in food value. Don't let

has taken a giant stride forwardin given their lives for our constitutional insects sometimes collect sweets become the rule. How

the estimation of the American publicas system of government, and wondering inside the lip of the jar lid. else are you going to keep

a result of the restraint and seriousness do their When you open the jar, the them out t of your own
still elected
"if the people want
seal is broken and the chocolates? Serve a child
t l r vacuum
shown by a majority of the House fulfill their oath Activity at the Farmers ;,1
representatives to to Retail Market has been a little in-rushing air may carry the small sized portions and let

Judiciary Committee members during preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution slow for the last week or so. dirt into the jar. Newly him come back for seconds if

last week's historic impeachmentdebates. ." After talking to several folks designed lids should eliminatethis he wishes. Some children get

who have been coming to the problem by eliminatingthe fat because they are taught to
between the lid and eat more than they need, even
Market, Bob Allen and I have space
If ever television proved its value in Then there was Ray Flowers of decided that we should close the container..or by placing a as infants. It's possible that
Arkansas whose home district gave 69 seal over the space. The the habit of overeating in
the scheme of things it was demonstrated the Market for a few weeks Complete Resident TrainingThe
this occasion. Without being per cent of its vote to Nixon in 1972. Did until our fall gardens and change becomes effective infancy and early childhood
on December 10, 1975. It's result in in later
Mr. Flowers because of may obesity
pull punches for harvest.
any are ready
crops Relations the Correctional
at
the
able to see the actual proceedings on to know that the and those of who
Florid. Division of comforting years, us are
that fact? He did not. as a matterof The Market will not be open on Training Institute in Raiford.
electronic media, the American people a regular basis on Thursdayand Corrections has announced government and the food fighting a weight problem
law and because I have faith that the
the Woodrow industry are constantly now certainly want to protectour
would never have believed, perhaps, Saturday this week. that Jones, JamesA. The employees also
patience, calm and utter fairness with people of this country believe in a This project has received Douglas Donald Bryant received nine semester cooperating to improve the children from that.

which chairman Peter Rodino conductedthe system of law to which all men are many favorable comments James I'. Meece, H. E. Decse. credits from Lake City

subject. ." he voted to recommend im- from just about everyone who B. K. Wilkerson, G. P. Community College for their
hearings, and the orderly dispass- had interest in Raymond and Ronald R.Sommers. in the
peachment.But an growing, participation computer Marion
Pettit
To Seek
ionate manner in which his colleagues selling. and buying (pictured IrI'ho) assisted l training program, to

debated the issues. vegetables. Many said that are employed at Florida State upgrade capabilities and I
all of the political sacrificing was this is what we have neededfor Prison have successfully elfectiveness of existing

While all of the committee members, not done on the part of the Democrats. a long time even before completed an intensive IHO( () personnel and to train and Dist. 6 Senate Seat

with possibly one or two exceptions, distinguished Consider the case of Caldwell Butler, a food prices began to rise and hour resident training qualify new needed manpower

themselves by putting aside Virginia Republican whose impeach the costs of production program in Correctional to achieve standards for An Alachua Marion I
man
Administration. Correctional
reached such a high level. treatment control and
pettiness and needless wrangling, none ment decision may have been hardest of Starting next January I Operations and Iluman habitation. Petit, announced that he will p r3Xj

did more to reassure the American all. He won his seat in the House two plan to hold a series of be a candidate for the District

people on the soundness of their political years ago with just 55 per cent of the meetings on vegetable 6 Florida Senate seat, formerly t

system than did the Southern vote, while Mr. Nixon was sweeping production for anyone who FORESTRY held by Sen. Jim \Vil-
Hams, D-Ocala, who resignedto
Democrats. These men have often been Butler's home district with 74 per cent. would like to l>>arn more about Terry H edy run for lieutenant governor
what is involved in
portrayed in song and story, on tele- garden. Timey; topics growing such as a I I IN BRADFORD COUNTY 'arm Forester with Gov. Rcubin Askew

vision and in the movies as a group of Weighing on his conscience was the land selection and r

country bumpkins or red-necked fact that he is a Republican, a long-time preparation, soil sampling, Pettit, a certified public

demagogues interested less in great Nixon admirer, and a freshman Con- liming and fertilization, sands, the sand accountant, retired from state
cultivation, pest control and Today I thought that would pine government in 1971 as
principles than they are in pork barrel gressman from a very conservative dis- predominates while the other
marketing will be covered as write about the ecology of a Assistant Auditor Generalafter
projects for their home districts. trict. In spite of all this, he never lost we go through our next spring typical Florida sand hill area. trees decrease in numbers. working 24 years with

sight of the fact that he went to Con- gardening season. When ,Although Bradford County has the few the state auditing state and

Those who criticize and demean themas gress representing the very part of vegetables are ready for very little of this forest land decades During, man has past attemptedto local government units. Since rr b

lose Virginia that such Jefferson harvest Miss Kathy Brown, type itself, many portions of his retirement Pettit has been
a group sight of the fact that produced men as put these sand hill sites into
Home Economist, will the state have these high and under contract with the
these men are the heirs of such great Madison, and James Monroe.In our then conduct a series of dry sandy conditions.Five production. The slash and Alachua County Board ot

statesmen as Thomas Jefferson and meetings on food preser loblolly pines were the species County Commissioners to do

James Madison, and this heritage stood the face of the overriding evidence vation. A schedule of these hundred years ago to considered their fast most growth desirable and good due their internal auditing. He

them in good stead during the impeach- presented to the committee, Mr. Butler meetings will be available so before man made any effect quality of wood. Unfortunately also maintains a private
reached this conclu- folks can arrange to attend upon the environment of accounting practice in
ments debates. It is to their eternal finally agonizing people did not
all the Florida forests, longleaf pines Alachua.
credit that they put personal political sion: "If we fail to impeach, we have any 1 had or a good of visit meetings.with Lane stood on these sand hill sites.In realize that these dry sandy

considerations aside and voted their condoned and left unpunished a course Gaskins this week and we some areas, such as the areas were not suitable sited Pettit joins Rep. Buddy mission which suggested cost."

consciences after hearing the evidence, of conduct totally inconsistent with the discussed our tobacco deep sands around Ocala, for the slash or loblolly. It has !Mackay D-Oeala, in seekingthe cutting to state government,
taken of attempted lie statl'S.P'ettit .

in spite of the fact that most of them reasonable expectations of the American situation. Even though the sand pines were found. Why many plantings years for us to vacant Dist. 6 state senate
seat. District 6 includes
represented home districts that voted people. My present inclination is to outlook production for has future had its tobacco and were before these the trees intrusion present of realize the futility of our ways. Alachua, Baker, Bradford, is a half brother and to
former state
ups senator
for President Nixon in 1972, as many support articles incorporating my viewof downs recently. Lane is op- modernized man? The answer !Many slash plantations Columbia, Dixie Gilchrist. acting Charley E.
Democrats did. the of obstruction of located on sand hill sites are Hamilton, Lafayette, Marion, governor
charges justiceand timistic about his future as a lies in the topic of fire. Johns of Starke. lie describes
abuse of power. But there is no joy farmer and tobacco producer. Wildfires frequently burned just hanging on, being outclassed Nassau, Suwannee. Union, himself as a lifelong residentof

Walter Flowers of Alabama, for instance in it for me." He remarked that to stay in large tracts of land. These sand pine by'the in adjoining longleaf natural or and parts of Clay, Levy Alachua County. He
business fires were caused by lightning Putnam, Taylor counties. It is
now requires good
spoke of being unable to sleep stands. graduated from Alachua High
and strikes or Indians the same geographical area
attemptingto
management attention to
School and received his
accounting -
during the impeachment procedure "Many people in my district will disagree details. One example he gave open up the land for hun as Senate Dist. 5, the seat now degree from the

because he wanted to believe in and with my vote here," said Walter was a small savings he had ting. Both species of trees that We the have sand come pine is to definitely realize held by Sen. Bob Saunders D. University of Florida.

support his President, but could not do Flowers, "I have enough pain for them realized by buying and using a mentioned can survive a fire. useful for pulpwood. Studiesare Gainesville."I .

so in the face of the evidence, and me." higher analysis fertilizer for The now showing that it can be feel I am well qualified to Pettit and his wife,
his tobacco. Instead of using a longleaf pine can used for rough lumber as well. represent this district becauseof Winonah. live in Alachua.
"If the trust of the in 4-8-12 tobacco fertilizer at the withstand fire during all but a
the
people wordof No doubt these men were subject to few of its life. The The longleaf has long been my experience, Their daughter, Judy lives
years young
the rate of 1 ton acre at a cost
man to whom they have given per considered a desirable background and interest in and teaches in Gainesville
much abuse from the Nixonadmirersback seedling sprouts with only the
their highest honor is betrayed if the of $140 per acre he used 1,000 bud and a clump of needles species. During colonial days government," Pettit states. Pettit is a member and
people cannot know that their President home and some may even lose pounds of 8-16-24 fertilizer at a above The this species was used for ship He lists four major items he active deacon of the First
their seats in the House because cost of $80 per acre, applyingthe protruding ground still the Citizen's
is candid they in this masts. Longleaf is would like to accomplish if Baptist Church, the
and seedling
truthful with them stays "grassstage"
then same amount of plant
followed the dictates of their conscience for anywhere from two more desirable species but is elected: Advisory Council president of
the very basis of government is under. nutrients per acre with a difficult to plant by the Alachua Lions Club, a
instead of the dictates of very
political ex of to 12 years while the root
$60.
mined. Mr. Flowers took his stand savings machine due to it's long 1) Reduce state !Master Mason\ and belongs to
in pediency.But This may not sound like a system develops. Only dUl'ingthose the bureaucracy and return of
spite of the fact that 66 per cent of the when the seedling taproot. Sand pine on the Alachua Chamber
but years
big savings, when this
to the
people in his Alabama district to its other hand, is easily plantedand government people. Commerce.
voted for principle of management and begins develop stem is it
rather than their site
being pained, needs little or no
Mr. Nixon in 1972. efficient production is susceptible to ire. By the timeit 2)) Double the current
constituents should be proud to be represented followed on every phase of reaches a diameter of three preparation as it can develop homestead exemption of County Building
shade of other trees.
under the
by such men as Walter every crop, it can mean inches, it has developed an $5,000 to $10,000 for everyoneto

James Mann of South Carolina Flowers, James Mann. Ray Thornton success and staying in outer bark thick enough to Last week I mentioned a list provide meaningful tax Permits Total
received 66 per cent of the vote in his and Caldwell Butler. These men were business when costs of withstand all but the most reform for middle and lower
of trees identifying ap
home district in 1972, but Mr. Nixon living up to a tradition that would earn production rising faster intense fire. proximately 1,200 trees on the income families. $299,425, July

topped him with 80 per cent. It is easy to them a place in "Portraits in Courage"it if than products.prices received) for your The sand pine is by no University of Florida campusin 3) Start an effort to reapportion -

imagine Mr. Mann's sleepless nights in were being written today- tradition Rainy weather conditionsare means fire resistant as is the Gainesville. Anyone the Florida According to figures

deciding to cast a vote that would bring that too many other Americans seem to making it mighty difficultfor longleaf. On the contrary, it is desiring a copy of this list may the Legislature, with one house released Monday, Aug. 5, by
office in
him much scorn and derision in his pro- have forgotten or believe to be out our cattlemen to get hay in extremely flamable during all pick Bradford one up at my Agricultural based on population and the Zoning Director L. M. Gaines
Nixon district. the barn for winter feeding. stages of development. !It hasa County other on land area. 58 building permits totaling
moded. This could mean a shortageand thin bark which will burn Building. $29D,425 were issued during

high prices for hay and quite readily. How then can it 4)) Promote the Universityof July by his office, including:
other winter feeds for live with fire? Its pine cones Florida in all respects and
cattlemen who have held many too remain closed for several the Otd.1VJnE/l strive to keep it the numberone -4 permits for single one-

pRIt CQ many cattle on their farms years on the tree after university in the state, as family dwelling units totaling
development. It will reseed well as all other phases of the $106,400.
this year. I have been asked
4n miliijF by several cattlemen about the burned-over area by the state educational system. -34 permits totaling

e p., wheather to sell or hold thisyear's opening fire-killed of trees.these cones on the ,1 Pettit also recommends the $165,300' for mobile homes in

oti calf crop since pricesare Q I legislature's returning to a the county.
lower than they have been
C rws1rt Along with two-year budgeting process -20( permits amounting to
for many years. My these pines one which he
BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER says would be a cost
ON Publishers suggestion is to consider their normally finds the turkey and saving feature over the $27,523 for additions alter-
i own winter feed prospects and bluejack oaks. These are both ations or conversions of
current annual .
Published each Thursday and entered as second Class Matter at the Post Office at Starka Fla. under Act the possibility of having to buy small short-lived scrub oaks process."I existing buildings.

of March 3, 1879. additional high priced feed if of no commercial value at this feel the legislature as Since January 1 a total of

Subscription rate in trade area: $6 per year: 3.50 six months. they hold their calves. I don't time. You can also find well as the executive branch 371 permits amounting to

Outside trade area: .7 per year: 4.00 six monthe. believe there is anyone who clumps of sand live oak and "Every baby resembles the relative should take advantage of the $2,685,326 have been issued by

Phone 964-6305 Starke. Fla. knows the answer to our scattered cherry laurel on the who has tit. moat money." recommendations of a recent the Bradford County Zoning
present cattleman's dilemma. sand ridges. On the deep governor's efficiency com. Board.




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I J 1AW'rEy By Elizabeth Terry r.I /k$ ". 1i 7 ittlt _}" 1 I Ir





CHURCH ACTIVITIES home.
Our love and
CI1UKCII OF GOD with them. prayersare
Sunday School 10 a.m. Wor- Mr. and Mrs. SAWS SHARPENED, work HELP WANTED: Strong LOW DOWN PAYMENTNew $ SAVE $
Services 11 Wesley WANTED -i: dependable masonry homes, 3 We now have a /ulltlm appllanca -
ship a.m. and 7 Thomas and Jay, of Live Oak guaranteed. Call 964-7509 or help for general
p.m. YPE and prayer meeting were Friday overnight leave at Jackson Building house cleaning. References. bedroom 2 bath, central heat FRED DAVIS repairman for all your
guestsof
Saturday at 7:30: p.m. their parents, Mr and Mrs. Supply, Starke or Keystone Need own transportation. and air, wall to wall carpets. repair needs.

FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH Fred Moore. On Heights. tfchg. Phone 782.3796 before 3 p.m GMC TRUCKS
Radio Program over and Mrs. Seeb Saturday, Mr. week days. Itchg 8/8 28 acre farm, good house, barn, BUICK PONTIAC Call Badcocks"A
Andrews and - - -
WPXE 8 a.m. Sunday. Bible family, & Wayne of Wild- WANTED Used furniture, ----- ------ pecan trees, fenced and cross LITTLE RIDE CAN 964-528
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- wood Mickey Moore, and Mr. refrigerators, washers Dahmer's LICENSED DAY CARE: Home fenced pasture, on paved road, SAVE YOU A LOT' TF

vices 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. and Mrs. Tom Casey and Discount House tfchg fenced yard, clean HELP WANTED: CUBB Hampton area. GREEN COVE SPRINGS"

School on Bible Doctrine lamily, of Starke, gathered - - surroundings. Meals Economic Agency, Inc., is
Tuesday 8 p.m. at Pastor's at the home for a family TBT WRECKAGE Junk cars provided. For toddlers up. accepting applications for 5 acre tracts, on paved road

home. Prayer Meeting dinner honoring their mother, and scrap iron Day night 964-8464. 8/1/ 2tp 8/8 Project Director for Full Year north of Starke. OLINS MOBILE HOME SALESHWY.

Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Bible Mrs. Moore's birthday an- weekend. Phone 9648217. -- -- --- --- Head Start Program In day. n

Study. niversary.. 7/18 4tp 8/8 GET YOUR GOLD METAL Union, Baker and Bradford Nice waterfront home. 100 W, PH. 9645604C;; Lt -

GRACE UNITED Mrs. C.D. Sellers, of -- -- --- Social Security Plata now. counties.. Must have ability to FRED SACKETT-REALTOR 'if JI. 1:

METHODIST CHURCH Auburndale, spent the Mail maintain records and write J(
your name, address. SS 205 N.Temple(US-301))
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. weekend with her sister, Mrs. number and ,$2.10 to Mrs. reports; supervise and train 964-6522 LARGE SELECTION OF PRE-OWNED &

Morning Service 11 a.m. Pierce Crews. Mrs. Crews r FOR SALE ) Percy Green, P. O. Box 283 personnel;work with children; Nile 4681753R. REPOSSESSED HOMES IN GOOD
August 11 Sermon Topic will returned home with her. On Raiford, Fla. Allow three implement and maintain curriculum -
be "The Heavenly: Rag Man." the next weekend Mr. and weeks for delivery. 1tp 8/8/ for pre-school disad- CONDITION AT A REASONABLE PRICE TF

Wednesday night Choir Mrs. C.D. Sellers went to ------ ----- vantaged children in accor-
Practice 7 p.m. United Lantana and visited with their LOU SANDERS NURSERY & dance with HEW Guidelines;

Methodist Fellowship 7:30: son-in-law and daughter, Mr. WATSON'SHOUSE KINDERGARDEN. Pro- and must be willing and ableto T. Lovorn Realty
and Mrs. Carl work with all related JIMMY MOORE'SSun
p.m.
Hyman. They OF VACUUMS School Instruction. Ages 5 473-3254 BRASINGTON
HIGHLAND BAPTIST then went to Tallahassee and years Phone 964-8404. Itchg groups. Degree in childhood SportsMORE
473-4672 CADILLAC-OLDSMOBILE
CHURCH Sunday School visited with their soninlawand 88FOR education, social work,
9:45: a.m. Morning Service II daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Many brands of new vacuums psychology and/or related SALES& SERVICE BOAT FOR
----- -- --
a.m. Choir Practice 6:30: p.m. Keith Brockman. From there $39.00 up. Used machines fields, or equivalent experience Crystal Lake Fine selection of Used Cars YOUR MONEY TF
Evening Service 7:30: p.m they went to Cottonwood, Ala. from $10. Expert Repairs all desired. Salary Hesidentiailiomesites I Taken On Cadillac Trades
-
STARKE PH 964-5791
With Lake
Prayer Meeting Wednesday lor a few days. Then to Union makes. Parts and Accessoriesfor starts at $7200 per year. Access 2001 N.W. 13th 378-5301

7:30: p.m. Springs, Ala, and visited their all vacuums. Built in t MotorCYCles ) Submit written resume to From$100 t,800 Average GAINESVILLEBootsBootsBoots COMPLETE OUTBOARD ft
x 185
NORTHSIIIK BAPTISTCHURCH brother and sister-in-law, Mr. central vacuum cleaning CUBB Economic Agency, STERN DRIVE SERVICE
Sunday School 10 und Mrs. W.S. Rivers They systems. 712 N. Main, Inc., Post Office Drawer 970, REPAIR
a.m. Worship Services II am returned to Auburndale. Mrs. Gainesville 3767110. TF Starke Florida 32091, by -- AND

and7:30: p.m. Prayer meeting Sellers and Freddie Hyman -- --- -- SALE: 1971 Yamaha RS August 30, 1974. AN EQUAL Same Area COMPLETE FIBERGLASS

Wednesday 7:30: p.m. brought Mrs. Crews home and FOR SALE: 14 foot fiberglass 350 CC. Street Bike $400. OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER Large Cape Cod4BH.2Bath REPAIR
spent a lew days and then boat with canopy Tilt trailer Phone 4734210. Itchg 8/8 8/8/ 2tchg 8/15 Justin & Wrangler CUSTOM BUILT FIBER
returned to - -- - -- GLASS '''FISHING BOATS
I'KltSIINALS. Auburndale. with spare tire. 50 HP Mercury - ---- --- I''i,4 Story
Mrs Flossie Hosier, and Motor, 2 6-gal. gas tanks. HELP WANTED: CUBB Closed Leather Belts
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lock and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Carter Phone 964-5064 between 8-4 FOR SALE: 1973 Harley Economic Agency, Inc., is $35,000Lot Garage FOR SALE: All sins of

family, and Mr. and Mrs. und daughter Shellie, visited weekdays only. Itchg 8/1 Davidson Ty-125. Good accepting applications for Size To Size 56 masking tape. The Office
200( () 185
condition, make offer. See Health Coordinator for Full x
Jerry Jackson and daughter, Mrs Arnie Abstein, of -- - -- -- at
entertained with a cookout Micanopy un Sunday. They 746 N. Walnut St. 1tp 8/8 Year Head Start Program. Western Shirts Shop.
FOR SALE: 2 John Deere -- -- --- Must have ability to -- --
July 20 honoring W.E. GaultJr. also visited Silver Springs, -- coordinate
., on his birthday an- while there. Tractors 1950 H Models comprehensiveHealth Indian Moccasins
niversary. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Vogler Need work. $200. 25" RCA STARKE CYCLE CENTER, 207 Services and Nutrition New Homes Machine

Mr and Mrs. James Anders and family, of New Smyrna T.V. Console. B & W. $45. N. Temple Ave. Ph. 964-6020, program and maintain records MidTwentiesWith CARRADINE'S Sewing

of Palatka, came Beach, were Sunday guests of Plays very good. 1969 Dodge Your authorized HODAKA system; will be required to Lake Access RepairAll
Saturday and took their their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dart Swinger 340 Eng. 4 dealer tfchg. travel in Clay, Union, Baker Near KH School LEATHER SHOP
parents, Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Doc Mosley.Mr. Barrel carb. Good car. $995. ------.------ and Bradford counties. Finances Arranged makes cleaned, oiled and

Anders, to Jacksonville and and Mrs Earl Teston Phone 964-5801. lip 8/8 Medical related experience Phone 782.3400 adjusted, $7. All work guar
St. Augustine, where they and family attended the All - --- --- -- helpful. Salary commensurate anteed. James Strickland,

enjoyed the scenery, and thento Star Football Game at Florida FOR SALE: Beautiful finger-tip FOR RENTFOR with ability. Submit written 440 Acres (portions cleared) Lawtey Florida Morgan Road and SR-16. Ph.

their home in Palatka, Field in Gainesville Saturday bridal veil with tiera headpiece resume to CUBB Economic price $1100.00 per acre, liberal 32058 964-8733 or 782.3189.tfchg .
where they stayed until night. Terry Hayes, brother of dotted with tiny seed pearls. Agency Inc., Post Office terms.

Monday afternoon. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Randy Hayes of Used once. Good as new. Drawer 970, Starke Florida - 7/24.10/17

Anders brought them home. Hampton played in the game. $35. Phone 473-2210. RENT: Furnished Bachelor 32091 by August 30 1974 AN 20 acre tract, with well, It. Pole,
Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly He will enter the University of -- - -- apartment. Air conditioned EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EM- and septic tank for quick sale,

attended Homecoming at New Florida in the fall FOR SALE: Two white Landracesows. $80 mo. 633 McMahon near PLOYER. 8/8 2tchg 8/15 $23.000.00. Davidson

River Baptist Church on the Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. One with 7 pigs and one BHS 964-6279. Itchg 8/8 - -- - -

Third Sunday. Carter and daughter Shellie, with 9 pigs.. 872-3544. 1tp 8/8 ___ __ n __ 3 BR, 1 Bath Masonry 3 A. PumpsNew Mobile Home ParkIn
Mrs. Horace Cox, of Waldo, of Columbia S.C. returned - -- -- -- AutomobilesUsed Cleared, Paved Road outside
spent Monday with her homeFridayaflera visit with RENT: 3 bedroom house, City. And UsedSALES City Limits
HP Chrysler
FOR SALE 75
their mother : large yard near
mother, Mrs. P.L. Dinkins. Mrs. Flossie new shopping - -
16 h. boat and trailer.
Sympathy of the community Rosier and other relatives. engine Good ,condition. Kids lost center$125 a month. Call 964- NEW HOMES: 3 BR, 2 Baths, $30 Per Mo.
extended to the Mrs Joyce Futch, of 8378. 1tp 8/8
is family and interest. Must sell. 473-2210. carpeted, Con H/A, some PARTS
relatives of former Mayor Blackshear, Ga., stopped by --- -- -- FOR SALE: 1970 Olds Delta 88, appliances Garage or Carport, SERVICE Walk To New

Charlie Shuford who passed Sunday morning for a short tfchg------ -- FOR RENT: BRADFORD VILLAGE 4 dr. hard top gold bottom in City$$23,000 up; out of City DEEP a SHALLOW WELLS Shopping Center

away Monday in Tampa. Our visit with her sister Miss FOR SALE: Baby Calves Dairy APTS., modern fur- black vinyl top. AT AC, PB, with Paved St., 36000.00 up. City Gas Water I Sewer
love and prayers are with Elizabeth Terry. and Dairy crossed $25 and up. nished, A/C, 1 BR, walk-in PS, TG Tilt steering wheel, - Plumbing Supplies
them. Friends of Burney Dobbs, closet enclosed radio.40,000miles. $1,995. A. Keystone Heights Waterfront
Maurice Edwards, Jr., Ed- patio, off On 301 South
Mr. and Mrs. Barry Watts son of Mr. and Mrs. Arlie wards Road. Phone 9646096or street parking. 315 W. Varnes 496-2001, Lake Home with beautiful Grounds EXPERT SERVICEON
and Lee have returned Dobbs, regret to learn that he Fla 3900000.
Barry 9648510. 8/8 4tp 8/29 Washington, Ph. 964-8601 Butler Itp 8/8 Jolu Motel
home alter two weeks visit was seriously wounded in a
a after 5.30: p.m. or week-ends. - - -- - -- -- ALL MAKES
-
- -- -
with their father and stepmother car wreck on Saturday lie 8/8 4tchg 8/29 FOR SALE: 64 Galaxie 5002 dr. Property Management and 964-8310

Mr. and Mrs. H.V. had surgery Saturday night SALE: ELECTROLUX Vacuum ----- - HT AC tape deck. Very good ppraisals Solicited.A. PHONE 964.7061
Ilinson, of Beckley West Va., and is in intensive care at St. Cleaner 1974 MO 1205 condition $400. Phone 473-
and their brother-in-law and Vincent's Hospital Delux with power nozzel and FOR RENT: Nicely furnished air 4210. Itchg 8/8 .J. THOMAS, Realtor Durrance

sister, Mr. and Mrs. Frank JacksonvilleOur love and all attachments 3 rrto. old. conditioned apartment. - - - 621 1 WALNUT ST..
llomaker and family also of pra t.l's arc with them. .Guaranteed. 117 N. WalnutSt. Couple only 337 N. Walnut Tel.964-6162 PUMP a SUPPLY CO. SpecialNew
Mr and :Mrs J.K." Robertson Itchg 8/8 St. 1tp 8/8
Beckley, W. Va. Then on to 864-TEMPLE AVE.
Feasterville, Pa., where they MsiUii: Ilii-ir hon-m-law - -- - I HOUSES FOR SALEFOR Doublewide

visited friends, Mr. and Mrs. and daughter. Mr. and Mrs FOR SALE: General Electric TV FOR RENT: Mobile Home 12 x Your

:Mervm Walters, and family.Mr. ('.K. Cowan, ol Jacksonville sets from $69.95 at Dahmers 60, 2 bedroom. Forsyth Road. Real Estate 3 Br 1&% Bath
and Mrs. Hermie Kelly on Sunday. Discount. 7/25 4tchg 8/15 Call 964-5261. Itp 8/8 2698
Mr and !Mrs. Bob Warner Only $6995
went to visit his older brother, ------- --- Broker
- -- ---
and daughter ol Scoll- SALE: Trailer 12 x 52,
P.W. Kelly, of Winter Havenon
Wednesday. They visitedhis sborough, Ala.,were Saturday FOR SALE: TV antenna from FOR RENT: Unfurnished 3 BR practically new. Air con- SellTrade. PLUS TAX &TAG

wife who is very ill in the overnight guests of Mr. and $7.50 at Dahmei Discount. concrete Available house in Saratoga ditioned. $200 down and Buy ..... Your Doublewide
hospital.Mrs. Mrs. Jack Kuhne and family. 7/25 4tchg 8/15 Heights. Sept. 1. $86.64 monthly. Call 964- AppraisalsCALL
$125 mo. No children. First 7767. 8/8 2tp 8/15
Specialists
Mr. and Mrs Fate Redd, - -- -- -
.
Reddish
Bryant and last month plus $100 BILL POWELL .
- -
--
and mother, Mrs. O.J. .
returned home Sunday from
FOR SALE: Epiphone Guitars Security. Call now 378-2405 til6p REAL ESTATE
Tallahassee after a visit with Phillips, visited their cousins, made in Japan by Gibson now .m. No collect calls. tfchg. FOR SALE: 3 Bedroom home 964-6464 Big "G"
her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and !Mrs. Jim Phillips, of 1/2 mile N. of Lawtey. Call J. "
at Dahmers Discount. tfchg. -- - ---
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pons. Theresa on Tuesday. F. Lavender, 496.2842, Lake ASSOCIATES: Mobile Homes
- - -
Mrs. Myra Rafuse returned Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly FOR RENT: Three homekeeping Butler. Itp 8/8

Saturday from a visit with her visited their sister-in-law, TV Color picture tubes only $79 rooms completely furnished. --- ------ Ralph Bryan Hwy 90 E. Lake City, Fla.
Mrs. Thelma Kelly, in labor, Dahmers Discount Inquire at Underwood Motel.
uncle, Jeff Davis, and cousin, plus FOR SALE 2 bedroom 752.3201
Mrs. Charles Vele, of Virginia Gainesville, on Wednesday.While tfchg. :301 1 North. Itp 8/8 house in:city limits. $8,500 nice 964-6208 TF
Mrs. C.D. Sellers was - - -
Beach Va. - - -
cash. Call Bob Milner
Crews 964-5347. 1tp 8/8 ......
Mrs. Pierce
with ,
they
Mrs. Ruth Stemhouser of FOR SALE: 46 speed records on FOR RENT: 2 BR Mobile Homeon -- -- ---- -- --
Jacksonville, and Mr. and visited their brotherinlawand sale at 96 cents at Dahmers Kingsley Lake available FOR SALE: 1969 Parkwood 9646026Acreage Cash & Carry Tlr...
sister !Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. David Johnson of 24 31 and 31
Discount. 7/25 4tchg 8/15 Aug. thru Aug.
trailer 12 60
x see at Rt. 3, Box
Atlanta, visited their cousins, Waldo Pringle,oC Worthington -- -- -- --- thru Sept.7. Phone 5332026. -1 to 100 AIJD/ 4.12E.CALL
328
Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Anders, Springs their sister, Mrs. 1tp 8/8 Starke Fla. Very reason Bradford & Alachua
INVENTORY
Thursday afternoon. I 1)R. Shaw, of Lacrosse, and REDUCTION: On able. lip 8/8 ; TIRES
- -- --- 376.4551
Mrs. C.R. Crews and brother and sister-in-law, Mr. ranges, refrigerators and dish - -- NEW :3 BR, 2 Bath Central I
FRONT END
Glenann returned home and Mrs. G.W. Rivers, of washers. Dahmers Discount. FOR RENT 12' wide mobile I FOR SALE: Good deal 1974 Heat and Air, Carpet, on 4222 NW 13th St )

Friday night after a visit with Graham.Mr. 7/254tchg_ 8/15 - homes outside city limits. J.B. Brigadier Double wide Trailer wooded, high-dry acre lot, Gainesville &

their son-in-law and daughter, FOR SALE Registered Angus White. Ph. 9646114. If no 3 BR 2 bath, central air, outside city. Two to choose BRAKE SERVICE

Mr. and Mrs. Bill 'Woodardand .and Mrs. Edward Sands cows. Heifers and bull calves. answer call 9648775. tfchg. washer and dryer. Den, dining from.
of and and of West and J.B. - - room. 6 mo. old. Carpet C. B. 964.5800
family, Largo, son. Key Mr. White. Ph. 9646114 or 4311911. 8/1 :3 BEDROOM bath well Drilling
their son and daughter-in-law, and Mrs. Lane Carter and 964-6775. tfchg. FOR RENT: Two Air Con- throughout. with Heat and Air Carpet QUALITY TIRES &

Mr. and Mrs. H.C. Crews and family, of Gainesville, visited - - ditioned cottages on Kingsley 2tchg 8/8 beautiful in Starke. 15 x 30 Fast Rotary SERVICE FOR LESS
--- -- --- -- --
daughter of Clearwater. Mr. their mother, Mrs. Lois Lake. family room with fire place.
Phone 6
after 533-
and Mrs. Crews and daughter Carter, Sunday afternoon. FOR SALE: 6 by 9 linoleum 2366. tfchg. p.m FOR SALE: 4 BR Trailer, 12 x 60, Drilling EquipmentFor

brought them home and spent $3.50,9 by 12 $5.98, 12 by 12 --- 1970 $4500 cash or take over Nice 3 BR, 1 Bath CB in Excellent
------ -- -
the weekend. $11.95 and 12 by 15 $14.94up. payments of $91.50 mo. Location
Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly DAHMERS DISCOUNT FOR RENT: 1 bedroom fur Phone 4732164. 8/1 2tchg 2" Thru 6" WellsCall TFNH TFNHOOMCA
visited Mr. and nished apt. Private bath. Gen- 8/8 and
their cousins, tfchg- Beautiful Building mobile Us For
Mrs. Paul Seaver, in NEWS ABOUTSERVICE - - tlemen preferred or Bachelor ---- --- -- -- home lots Inside and out
Jacksonville, Tuesday. girl. 964-6884. Itchg 8/8 side city Your Water System Needs
------------
Clarence Dobbs, of San- UNITED FARM AGENC.Y. INC

derson, and O.D. Dobbs, of MENMarine FOR RENT: FREE! Two months Reg. Real Estate Broker Want to have one built? We 954.7061Ourrance Sell's More

Lake, Butler, spent Saturdaywith MISCELLANEOUSBUTTON rent on yearly lease Mobile Paul Faulkner Broker can help you there also. Pump

their brother and sister- Home Lots. Pick your lot. Irene Faulkner Assoc.
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Arlie From $25 monthly." Bradford Robert Faulkner Assoc. CHECK WITH US Supply Trail Bikes

Dobbs. Sgt. Arthur D. Park at Bradford Motel. 8/1 Louise McRae Assoc. WE MAY HAVE WHAT Developers Of
Mrs. Wilbur Marshburn of HOOK COLLECTOR; 5tchg 8/29 YOU WANT
of Mr. and Mrs.
Griffis, son
Tallahassee Saturdayand Wants to buy grandma's high ------------ LETUSHELPYOUBUY.SEH..TRADEI Under Ground Water
wither Paul Griffis of Lawtey, has 2305 N. Temple Ave. Than Anyone
Sunday uncle and button shoe hooks and glove I
Fla.
participated in "Express Starke 964-5065 864 N. Temple Ave.
aunt Mr and Mrs. Hermie hooks. Prefer china, glass, or
a training exercisenear
Charger Starke Fla.
Kelly., the Marine Corps Air brass handles. Any unusual WANT TO SELL OR BUY Else In The
Eunice of t HELP WANTEDWANTED 1 INSURANCEAT Sales & Service TFN
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Station, Cherry Point, N. C. types. Send description, REAL ESTATE?
Graham, visited their He took part in maneuvers name and address to Button- REDUCED RATES '

parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold designed to test the coordination hooks, Box A, Starke, Call Us For Best Prices AUTO, FIRE, BOAT Champ -. World !
Eunice, Friday night. and operational readi- through August 15. Itp 8/8 Prospects Waiting tfchq Long
and Mrs. Jeff Morganand .... Lady to work in DOYLE E. CONNER
Mr ---- ----- : a
of Marine air and
Corps .
ness ...
son, David, of Albany. ground support units. office tome typing. Prefer INSURANCE AGENCY Home and "

Ga.parents, are, Mr.guests and Mrs.of Morris their Marine Griffis serves Aircraft with Wing the 2nd at MOBILE mobile HOME home MOVING.hurricane Also anchoring over Drawer 30 years A. Starke old. ,Reply Fla. to tfchg A, For Sale TCHG [Building MaterialsWE ] f!!

and mobile home roof
Kelley and family. They planto Point. ------------ BUILD
go to Louisiana later to visit Cherry coating. Olin's MOBILE Home I 4 Br. Frame .

their other parents. Service. 964-5606, Rt. 100 W, I ALCOHOLICSANONYMOUS | "YOUR PLANS OR OURS I
----- 1 MI Out Of City HODAKAI
Miss Angie Garlitz, of Starke, Fla. tfchg Minting Needs A Full Time YOUR LOT OR OURS" j I

Hilliard, returned to visit her homeon with Michael F, Myers, son of - - Service a Setup Man I On 1 Acre With Trees i,II FREE: ESTIMATES I SIHVICE SALES
after
Saturday a Mr.and Mrs.John A. Myers of LOSE WEIGHT safely and fast

Vickie Nicula. Route 1, Raiford, is under- with X-11 Diet Pan $3.00. Must B. Experienced' I Priced ForImmediate 964-5148 I REMODELING REPAIRS Full lire ft. ".'1:111>>:.Caasenraimwrccl.e 0.-Carts
Redd and I '
Mr. and Mrs. Fate
going ten weeks of basic REDUCE Excess fluids with t FurnKIt. Reference' Sale ADDITIONS and Mlnt-m. P m. MCMMTM
their mother, Mrs. O.J. military training at the Coast X-Pal $3.00 Koch Drug.. 8/8 8 A.M.9 A.M. lor ill. m.M. and eadelaSTARKE
II You Ar. Ambitious. Honest.
visited her sister-in- I SOLD
Phillips Guard Training Center 5tp 95BILL'S HOMES BOUGHT
Cape 964-7826 964.6593 12 MIDNIGHT -1 1 A.M.
law, Miss Debbie Phillips, of May N. J. ------------ A Can Work For A Woman I TRADED CYCLE

Macclenny Sympathy, of recently.the communityis He will receive Instructionin Home Remodeling. Apply In Person Ii i George Roberts 964-7959 [ ACREAGE FOR SALE CENTER
seamanship, damage con- Service: Electrical plumbing .
1860 N. Tempi Av. Stark
extended to the family and trol, close order drill, first aid, and carpentry. Fast service. If I Real Estate 2 P.M. 5 P.M. 984-6853 207 N. Tempi 8 Stark.
relatives, of Miss Robin marksmanship Coast Guard it's in No Phon. Cabs
the home we do it. Call HWY. 301 S. STARKE Tl"j
Florida
HiSglnbotham. who passed at the history, and military regula- 964-8087.. Itp 8/8 Good Pay a Fring 8nlltsFOR ''' Starke 13IP-9/29 964.6020 T1,
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Produce Market Alcoholics Anonymous Form
Baptist Youth RevivalSet fdKt ,

I For Aug. 18-21 I r n To Be Closed New Organization in Starke

Members of Alcoholics The first and second
.... Until Fall
,
-- ----, Anonymous recently formed a Thursday nights in each
The First Baptist Church of r. i p_ A new group in Starke. Called month are open meetings and
Starke Invites young people The produce market at the the Bradford Group its anyone interested in
as well as adults to attend the Starke State Farmers Market meetings are held each alcoholism may attend. The
youth-led revival to be held li. : will be 'temporarily closed Thursday night at 8:30: p.m. at third fourth, and fifth
August 18-21. The 7:30: p.m. ., Itil, starting today (Thursday), 626 W. Madison St. Thursday nights are closed
services will be led by Jimmy plUlOL.Ce'; Manager Bob yVUen said that meetings and are devoted to
who thinks he or she
Saunders evangelist with sales will be resumed when anyone
Mike Duduit music may have a problem with
fall vegetable are readyin
crops Douglas Nichols\\ alcohol.All .
evangelist. These two young sufficient volume to
men are sent out by the warrant the I \ of those who have a
School reopening
Florida Baptist Departmentof Nametllnsllrallce problem with alcohol are
Evangelism.Mr. 9:45: a.m.; Morning Worshipat market. invited to attend, as are their
11 o'clock, sermon: "The Man Quarter relatives and friends. Doctors
Church Seduced by Jezebel"; members of the clergy and
Duduit attends Stetson Church Training 6:15: p.m.; Allen said that response ontpart others who may be interested
University and has been Evening Worship at 7:30: of consumers as well Douglas Nichols of 1018 in the problem of alcoholismare
o'clock Vacation Bible had been) en- Southgate Drive was honored
-
active in church related activities -
Mike Duduit also welcome to attend.
School Commencement. over operation of recently by his associates and
while there. For the First! Baptist Church Monday--Youth Choir SP-4 Fenton Is Sworn In the market for the spring and the management of his Alcoholics Anonymous is a
years he has been selectedhim fellowship{ of men and women
summer vegetable and district when they
Practice.
Youth "Come join us in this great crop
Week Pastor of his life who share their experience,
Helen Masters that had expressed a as the exceptional
home church Arlington experience says the pastor Tuesday-- At Ceremony desire many for the market ito' of the strength, and hope with each
Rev Ben Bryant. Group at the Church, 10 a.m.; Camp Bla"ding insurance man quarter.
in Jacksonville other in order to solve their
Baptist
Children's Music Activities, 2p.m. continue when produce is He was presented with a
common problem, and to help
.; Ida Darby Group at SP4 Kathy A. Fenton was Canton, Ohio attended Kent available. personalized plaque others recover from
home of Mrs. Kate Sheppard sworn into the 653d Engineer State University and was an acknowledging the merits of alcoholism. j
2:30: Lorena Epperson Group Det (TM-HF), Florida Army Administrative Specialist in his achievement.The Since the fellowship was J
at home of Mrs. L.U. Morgan National Guard, the U.S. Air Force for four Allen said an announcementwould selection was based not
ELECT Camp founded in 1935 membership j
Sr., 3 p.m.; Brownlee Groupat Blanding, by MAJ Donald L. years. She will be assigned as be made later con- only on his sale of life Insurance has grown to more than v:
the home of Mrs. Tom the of the for the quarter but
Unit an Administrative Specialistin cerning reopening T
Rardon, Recruiting
attitude 650,000) () persons in 20,829 local I
Casey 7:30: p.m.WednesdayFamily. Officer. the 653d Engineer Detach- market. also on his general throughout the world.
Night SP4 Fenton is the wife of ment at Camp Blanding. toward the industry. groups The only requirement for

Supper Power,, 6:30:6 p.m.p.m.; R.A Hour, 6:30:of David L. Fenton, who is ............................... National Nichols Life represents Insurance Liberty in the membership is a desire to stop
associated with Moore
p+v, Jimmy Gainesville office. drinking.There are no dues or
Teacher's and Officer'sMeeting
x p.m.; Sun in Starke. They ObituariesA.
1 Sports fees and A.A. is not allied with
+' a Y. 7:15: p.m.; Church. have one child, Adrain who is "Nothing is quite so an any other organization. The 4
Choir 8 o'clock.ThursdayVisitation
Practice eight months old. noying as to have someone primary purpose of A.A. 1
err o'clock., 9:30: SP4 Fenton graduated from go right on talking when N. Harris WISH I'D SAID members is to stay sober and
Visitation 7
a.m.; Hoover High School North you're intel'rupting.Eliza.bdh help other alcoholics achieve
-Ben P. Bryant, Pastor
W. The Ken- THAT ; sobriety.
Spalding -,
Anthony Nathan Harris, 69,
o oti THANK YOU NOTE tucky(Bardstown)Standard. of Starke died Wednesday, ** *
We would like to thank eachof July 31, in Bradford County
"Families used to be con-
our friends that helped us in
Hospital after an extended ST. M,XUK'SKIMSCOI'AI.fllt'KCII
!Minister to congregation:
our time of need. Our gratitudecan sidered shiftless if they lived
"And to those of you who illness. A retired farmer he \ \
never be shown enough bywords from payday to payday. Now born in Lake Butler "What budgets is
have been on Dial-A-Prayer, was on gums up Sunday--8:30: a.m., Holy
may I say welcome back to ,but we can only say"We" they wish they could.-Fred April 17, 1905.Surviving yearnings out-stripping earn- Eucharist.
live action." appreciate it ever& so much. W. Grown, The BergenN. is one daughter, ings.-Ben P. liagwell, The August 11-1(1( a.m., Morning
-William, Rita B.B.Rogers
Cnon Day In D A C News ( J.) Citizen. Mrs. Irene Groover Hialeah; Pickens (S. C.) Sentinal.! Prayer

_n.____________ ____.__._._. _. -___ ___,_ w .. three Mark brothers Harris Sebe all of Will Starke and; l
five sisters Mrs. Ruby t4".4'Make. * *
VOTE FOR and Mrs. Helen
Thompson
JT' Meyers both of Starke; Mrs. It Happen !
A Virgie Slade Hampton; Mrs.
Blanche Crews Ocala; and
ltiti'rwR
I 'II. PARRISH Mrs. Evelyn Dicks Plant _.
J. T. City; and one granddaughter.Funeral BILL '..wtaiiii
,... ..? I, rf. '\1, N services were heldat
.. 11 a.m. Saturday in Jones I
.a.'I"0 "I'e' .II y, Memorial Chapel. Intermentwas
PT (1 tV'III. FOR MEMBER OF in Elzey Chapel Cemeteryin [
'IiI, : :: Union County under cI :
i direction of DeWitt C. Jones

FRED SAPP SCHOOL BOARDj1A Funeral Home. House Oft


HigginbothamMiss RepresentativesDistrict

City CommissionerGROUP : DISTRICT 5 Robin Deanna Higgin-

botham, 17, of Lawtey died 25
1 Sunday morning after a long

Family man with three school age children illness.10, 1957 Born, she in was Starke a junior on July at DemocratCast

Fair/ and Equal GovernmentIn Farmer and Businessman Bradford High School, and a It

A Fair/ and Equal/ Manner I promise to handle situations and problems of the school boardto Baptist member Church.of the Evergreen Your Vote For Strong &

the best of my ability. Surviving are her parents,
(PaId J Pol.| Ad) Harold and Bonnie Starling Effective LeadershipMarried

(PAID POL ADV I Vote and Higginbotham; one brother
I Will Appreciate Your Support. Harold Jr., Lawtey; paternal
..
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----- -------- ---- grandmother Mrs. Gazelle
14 years- 2 daughter
Sweat Macclenny; maternal -Native, of N.E. Florida
grandmother, Mrs. Daisy Member of Orang. Park United Method.it Church
Starling Lawtey; and Chairman of the F inanca Committee
-Sawyer Slade maternal great-grandmother Member of the Administration Board,
Mrs. R. H. Futch Lawtey. -Graduate of University of Florida Engineering
Funeral services were held School
of Florida Law School
Graduate of University
at 2 p.m. Tuesday in Ever-
in Clay County
Gas Ei- Air Rev.green Walter Baptist Mathis Church officia-with Experienced Practlcing.ttorn.y Legislative attorney

Conditioning: ting. Interment was in the Activitie, Include: Clay County Bar Association.'
Lawtey Cemetery with DeWittC. Clay County Health Advisory Board. Charter
Jones Funeral Home in member Clay County Association for the R.tard.d .
Past President Clay County Cancer
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