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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 15, 1974
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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.a s rY'' w .; N Up for comment from the public tonight (Thursday, ---- ----- -- -

2i August 15)) at 7 p.m. is the Bradford School Board's proposed

p. y k 1974-75 budget totaling $6.635 million, including an r
operating budget of some $4.544 million.

Making up part of the operating budget is a state 1

,1 required local effort of $696,625, which, in turn, requiresthe
\i levying of 6.3373 in local tax millage to raise That is
\ 1 of mill $107,164 in dollars above *
r eight-tenths one or some w
i'yh the $589,065 raised in local school taxes in 197374.

So far school taxes are the only ones to be raised above

{ Tax Assessor Gene Long's recommended rollback< figure.
Long recommended that school millage be rolled back to

; s' 5.497. The school board approved that figure, but since has

4 ti been required by the state Florida Education Finance ., i
Program to send the $696,625 to Tallahassee in what is

termed "local required effort."

y, Bradford's tax roll virtually Position of the school board
doubled under Assessor( and Supt. Jim Temple is that
Long's reassessment this the state is setting the tax levy
':., 'L er year. and this has caused the for the school board. But
school board's local required under the Florida Constitutionthe
effort to go up, since the local state legislature is pro
required effort in any county hibited from levying property
(school district) in direct taxes, the Constitution
relation to a county's part of reserving that source of in-
the total state tax roll. come for local governments.

The $696,625 the county is Nevertheless, the school
contributing to the educationbill board's 1974-75 tax levy is up -
is twice the by .8 of one mill or some
over $329,000of
Coolillg They know how to cool off on a hot,
$107,164, and therein lies
197374. This year, tltecounty's a humid Sunday afternoon in Keystone
bone of
contention.
Roasted pig was the celebration feast main course followln, men in the group completed two weeks training at Camp local required effortis It! Heights evidence Julie Crabtree In Lake
I the parade review last Wednesday of the First Battalion i lila mling an part of an exchange training program with units determined according to the The school board maintainsthat Brooklyn.Adventists.
:2'NHh!! Infantry of the Puerto Rican National Guard. The 82(I from the Florida National Guard. percentage the county tax rollis ( since the state is actually
of the entire state tax roll. setting millage for the local
That percentage multiplied by (See Page 2)

A Different Sound At Blanding $487 amount million set ,by an the arbitrary Florida Won't

Legislature to be raised state Gentle Reminder

what together forms Latin one thousand miles east- states of the Union, the wide make from property of the taxes state'stotal to When the Brooker fire chief
by{'PT Shaun DarraghMorroCAMP American music. It is country southeast of Miami. Presentlya common wealth of Puerto $1.5 up billion part education bill asked for a test time to check
BLANDINGSoundscoming music and like country music Free Associated State to the Rico also has a National the in local, out the fire alarm, one Reopen HospitalIn
$696,625
gives
from the barracks at everywhere it tells of life, United States by virtue of a Guard which is an integral required effort for 1974-75. councilman jokingly
night the past two weeks were love, and broken hearts and treaty freely entered into by: part of the National Guard of suggested Sunday noon mightbe
the same sounds one usually dreams. Only in this case the two free and sovereign the United States. It takes 6.3373 mills under a gentle hint to local
hears from citizen-soldiers country it pertains to is Puerto peoples, the island has been Also like many states, the the new Bradford tax roll to ministers.
relaxing after a long days Rico. under the U.S. since its Puerto Rico National Guard raise that $696.625; therefore, Several agreed on the Union CountyLAKE
work the shouts, the calls, Puerto Rico is the eastern conquest by the United States predates the founding of the the school board's operating community benefit of such an
and the music. Only this most island of the Greater Army in the Spanish- United States The most budget millage must be set at alarm; the move received no -
music is far different from the Antilles chain and lies roughly American War. Like many (See Page 4)) 6.3373. votes but did gather laughter. BUTLER 'I study is being conducted by
plaintive strains of country or regret to inform you that our Health Care Facilities, Inc. of
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the frantic beat of hard rock. -- uu Board of Trustees felt that at Fort Lauderdale, and their representative -
The music is 100 percent this time we could not enter Bernie Boxx, had
American, but it is unlike any into an agreement to assist in recently been given an audit
music that most Americansare the operation of your report on the hospital and a
accustomed to. There is Lawtey Dump Hit By DPC hospital was the message set of the building blueprintsin
the faint rasp of the 'guiro', a ; contained in a letter addressed the continuing study by that
gourdlike Instrument to W. Buckner Lewis, organization, but no report on
inherited from Indian chairman of the Board of their decision has yet been
forefathers and sounding Trustees of the Union General made.
something like a scraped Hospital.The Tuesday's meeting was the
,washrack. To Remain To PublicThe long awaited decision of first held by the trustees since
Rebounding in and over the Open the Southern Adventist Health the hospital was closed on
guiro' are the unashamedly and Hospital System of May 13, three months ago.
african beats of the and'
bongo Orlando was made public at a
conga drums, accentuating Lawtey dump does not r Needed improvements at meeting of the trustees held
both musical preference and comply with state regulations, the Lawtey dump were listedas Tuesday, Aug. 13, in Lake BrookerMillage
an ancestry that goes backto but the dump will not be ek.w : an all-weather road, full- Butler the first meeting of the
the Dinga, Mandinga, closed leaving the residents no time attendent, fencing and a trustees in three months since
Congos Western, and Africa.Jelope peoples of place to dispose of garbage, gate, perimeter ditches to the hospital closed its doors.A .
according to the Departmentof allow drainage of rain water, study of the Union County
And there the
finally,
are Pollution Control. and covering the garbage Hospital facility has been
commanding rythms of the
cuatro and every day. underway since !May 30, and
Spanish
guitar
John solid waste conducted !Mr Grove
which came from the ancient Hedquist, At the Starke dump, closedon was by
MulledBROOKERNo
and Air. of the
coordinator and
George lleifsnyder
kingdoms of Leon and Castilleto Sunday and Monday when
Southern Adventist
staff.
place its cultural stamp one Graff, enforcement coor- the attendent is off, the in-
visited The resulted in the
dinator, Monday study action was
spectors found a dead cow and
Bradford County land fills at garbage uncovered. State development of a 100 page taken on setting millage
Lawtey,Starke, and Keystone sanitary regulations report on the past history of !Monday night after Mayor
i onni rier garbage to be covered require or the hospital's operation, it's Roy Carroll told City Councilthe
buried daily if dumping oc patient load, a complete auditof town's federal revenue
III curs. it's financial records, and a sharing funds would be cut: if
Land Use projection of it's future out- Tax Assessor Gene L ng's
Relatively little commentwas look. Upon the completion of recommended rollback figure
1 made at the Keystone the study and it's submissionfor is accepted.
ProgressReport dump. further review by the Further discussion will be
Board of Trustees of the held following consulationwith
DPC is not taking steps to Southern Adventist System, the assessor. The millagewill
close the Lawtey dump, at this resulted in their decision not be set at a special meetingthis
SetAn time, even though the list of to enter into an agreementwith month or in September.
needed improvements is the Union County Boardof Long recommended a 1974-
BHSCIasiof '64 informal progress reporton lengthy. Hedquist says that Trustees.A 75 tax levy of 2.474 mills to
Planning Meeting the Bradford County land significant improvements shortage of local physi- bring in the same $2,082 the
For 10-Year ReunionIn use and planning study will be nave been made over the past cians was a decisive factor in city received last levying
The Department of Houuuon Control bound a large pile of garbage at the Starke dump in an year
DecemberMon. six months at Lawtey. He denying the assistance from
given at a public meeting to be 4.369 mills. Property
inspection Monday which should have been buried but on Tuesday when this photograph wax
held in the county commissionroom taken the garbage had been buried. Dally of solid waste is one of the necessary credits County Commission the Southern Adventist assessments have doubled on
coverage
.,Aug. 19, 7:30p.m.: Chairman Ralph Bryan with System the letter indicated.
in
Starke tonight the after wholesale
here this average a
procedures outlined by John Hedquist, solid waste coordinator, on his inspection tour
(Thursday, Aug. 15)) from 7:30: week. coordination of the progress Chairman Lewis announcedthat reassessment carried out for
Pee Wee Nursery to 8:30: p.m. made. another investigation and Long's office by a private
All Interested residents of Heights and listed needed worst shape, the SLarke dumpwas Keystone Heights dump was One appraising firm, Hunmcutt &:
ALL CLASSMATES criticized too but the found to be the best alternative to a dump
the county, including the improvements. The Lawtey in con Associates from St. Peter
URGEDTOATTEND separate municipalities, are dump was rated as in the relatively high and dry dition bf the three. site, if the closed Lawtey dump be is Youth Dies sburg, necessitating the
eventually might
as
invited to attend. millage rollback to keep from
has been done in Putnam
----- Lester Solin of the North taxes
raising although
F.LEAMARKET Central Florida Regional 3,017 Voters Registered In Union Co. dump County.was Inthe closed Melrose and the area DPC a Of Injuries taxes will be paid on property more
Planning Council, will conductthe recommended of which more than doubled. in
meeting and provide a LAKE BUTLER At the Precinct totals are: 1-532; 2 General Election on transfer stations placement to.. hold the value.
Saturday Aug. 249a.rn.TIII general explanation of the of the From WreckJames County Zoning Board
close registration periodon November 5 Mrs. Archer
-660; 3A- 441; 3B 155; 4- garbage until the end of each
land use study to date. total of Chairman L.M. Gaines will be
July 27, a 3,017 290; 4B 383; 5A 99; 5B 437. said. day when a truck would come
FIRST CHRISTIAN Several students and their voters had registered and will Von Kendall, 18, of invited to the October council
CHURCH' professor from the Urban and be eligible to vote in the upcoming Although the deadline has All of Union County's 8 and haul the refuge to some Hamption, died at the Shands meeting to discuss land use
Regional Development Centerof September 10 passed for eligibility to vote in precincts are ih US centralized landfill and Teaching Hospital in regulations in Brooker.
W. Call Street the University of Florida Democratic Primary, ac the September primaries, Congressional District No. 2 buried.A Gainesville, Saturday, Aug. Council Chairman Carl Ed-
will accompany Mr. Solin and cording to Mrs. Lottie L. registrations are still being and in State Senate Districts:Sand trasfer station Is a large 10 as a result of injuries wards, who sits on the county
c-r. present short reports on areas Archer Supervisor of Elec taken for those wishing to vote 6. container, a green box, whichis sustained July 23 when his zoning board, suggested that
of research currently underway tions. in the General Election. District 15 of the State used to hold garbage. motorcycle crashed into a city the county or state will en-
<3Hjr (flammunflu Areas to be discussed Of that number 2,982 have Registration books will House of Representatives Gainesville uses the system utility truck. force building codes after
state ilunkA Include transportation, en- registered as Democrats, 30 remain open for those SA include and precincts 58.Districts. 1, 2, 3B, 4B, and Union County presently The Hampton youth became January 1,and the communitymust r'
vironment, citizens' par as Republicans and 5 as qualifying for the General trying to get acceptance of an Bradford County's sixth decide which would be
ticipation, and health "other. Election until September 21, 26 and 27 of the FHA loan to purchase several traffic fatality of 1974. better.
T. *New O.ooo irwi 1,. u. systems. Black registration In Union after which date they wilt State House of Representatives green boxes and a loading The fatal accident occurredon "If we join with the county,
r..... 0.- c:.,.. Citizens are encouraged to County is 405, % little more remain closed for all include 2 precincts. truck to solve their solid waste July 23 on SR-16 near the the Brooker Council can
attend and ask questions.( than 13: percent of the total. registration until after the They are 3A and 4A. disposal situation. northwest city limits. (See Page 3)



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"''age:z TELEGRAPH August 15,1911


Hearing Set Tonight On School Spending Bill..e.e..e..e.e..r.........R.............S e..S.. Tug Deadline Is Tuesday

three days remain in which to purchase 1975
Just
(From Page 1) I law is apparently in conflict," much was spent in a specific shows an operating budget of boosted by$1.2 million instate additional equipment at the i automobile license with thousands yet to be sold, accordingto
Long says. "We've got so category in 1973-74. Supt. $4,491,521 with only a $16,000 revenue certificates which the middle school, $49,331 for an the office of Tax Collector J.R. Kelly, tag agent, before the
board, the local board does not many laws on the books that if Temple has admitted the reserve fund for the budget school board now has on off-street driving range for deadline next Tuesday Aug. 20.
have to advertise a tax In- we don't get some ruling, I shortcoming, saying' he hopesto year which began July 1. Debt deposit at the Florida Bank at driver training to be located through Wednesday, Aug. 14, are
crease as is required by a new don't know where we'll be...." have that remedied.The Service totals $760,708 with Starke at 8.5 percent. just west of the new "Current 74-75 tag sales but there's lot
Florida law. Supt. Temple is Construction for the '74-75 center adjacent to running slightly ahead of last year's pace a
"I'm just advising them in fact remains, however, estimated payments on the operations August 20 deadline,"
seeking an opinion from At- time for them to think aboutit that the school board has board's several bond Issues in school year includes $200,000for the middle school complex, more to be sold before next Tuesday's.
torney General Robert Shevinon ," Long states. Like Temple, approved the 1974-75 budget 1974-75 to total $340,336 and a a Phase 3 at Bradford and$133,574 for the operations Kelly said Wednesday morning.Kcllv's
that question, and has Long says he is not trying to guided only by figures sup required fund balance of Middle School, $600,000)()( for complex now under construc office in the county courthouse is open from 8:30a.mtospm
repeatedly stated he will start an argument. plied for 1974-75, with no way $420,372. Contracted Pro- Phases 4 and 5 at Bradford tion. through Friday, but closed Saturday.To .
recommend the board adver- The difference of opinion is to compare item by item what grams for 1974-75 total $47,234in High $7,615 in work to the ,............................. Monday
tise a tax increase if the at- more than likely to come up at was budgeted and what was the newest budget,a change present Phase 3 of BUS, Most people quit smokingin avoid waiting' in lengthy lines which will inevitably
torney general rules the board tonight's hearing, especiallysince actually spent in 197374. from some $200,000 in last $10,000 for school lunch equip two stages: first they give develop in the final hours Monday and Tuesday, residentsare
should. Temple insists he is Aug. 15 is the final day The budget adopted week's work draft which was ment $10,000 for additional up their cigarettes, then they advised to get their tags at the earliest possible momentin
complying with the law. for the school board budget to Tuesday for presentation to not explained Tuesday science equipment at BUS, give up yours the last three days. About half of the 15,000 tags remain to
But Tax Assessor Gene be adopted. Should the board the public and the State Capital improvements set $20,000 in additional equip Mickey Porter In Akron Beacon be sold, Kelly's office says.
Long, also insisting he is decide to delay further, an Department of Education for 74-75 total $1,404,992. ment at BUS, $13,543 for Journal
complying with the new law, extension would have to be ---
says the school board must requested.
advertise since its millage will Besides the operating mill- PRICES EFFECTIVE THURS., FRI., SAT. A MON.ONLYfMR. i ;
bring in more funds that were age, the new budget also in-
raised in 1973-74. To that end. cludes .337 mills to pay off a
Long has written the school voted bond issue which built VALUE HUNTER HAS
board, in a letter hand the Bradford High auditoriumback
delivered to School Board in the 50's. p R DOLLAR STORES I IAT
Chairman Seeber Goodmanlast
The new spending bill includes
Thursday stating: a $400 per year pay
"Please be advised that this raise for beginning teachersand /
office can not extend your $620 for teachers on con
proposed 1974 millage, until tinuing contract, over three / rr rrrrr
you have complied with 1974 years of continuous service. It 1
Florida Statutes, Number also includes $125 pay in- I #
200.065, paragraph 3." The creases for non-instructional 155 W. Call Street
law stales a tax increase by a employees, who received
local board must be adver- large pay raises in 1973-74, as Starke Florida
tised twice in a newspaper and promised by Supt. Temple, ,
two public hearings held in the when teachers received only BIG SAVINGS TO HELP YOU REALLY
increase over a period of two
$315.
weeks Non-instructional salaries, STRETCH; THOSE: HARD EARNED DOLLARS!

"That's the way I interpretit. for school bus drivers, .
That's the way our associa cafeteria workers, and main '' 2tJoI BIG &,LITTLE GIRLS BIG GIRLS'
tion's (Florida Association of tenance men, in many cases I 4o : EMBROIDEREDPOLOS
Tax Assessors) attorney has doubled in 1973-74 in a drive by URGE PACKAGEFILLER ; k', % POLYESTERSKIRT
interpreted it," Long states. the school administration to 1// a '
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School Opens. September 3 n U. C O. SeekingUnpuidSupplenlents Rue Files 2nd Suit



LAKE BUTLER Another Court for damages not to
Kathryn Sobach, Kathy C. WArd and garet D. Crawford and suit has been filed against the exceed $1,500.In .
LAKE. BUTLER School Adult Lunch, 76 cents. Marie Guerrero, Howard H. D Durrance, toRue's
opening date, personnel Personnel recom- McNeill, Pearl Dyer and Epperson, Connie Clyatt, Delores R. Rogers. Raymond D. Massey, Jr. Union County School Board, contention, according
recommendations and new mendations were approved as Audrey Wilson. Patricia T. Pittman, GeorgiaE. Substitute Teachers Non- In other actions at according to Wayne Carroll, claim, is an unpaid
school lunch prices were follows: Calvert VansEvers, Band Watson Earlene Knight, certified: Adelaide Saunders, Tuesday's meeting the board: attorney. portion of a $300 salary sup-
established Tuesday, Aug. 13, Instructional appointmentson Director, Union County High Norma H. Walmsley, HarriettM. Iris Parrish, Carolyn Warren, -Accepted the bid of Farm- Carroll told the board at the plement._ __ __ __
by the Union County School annual contract at Lake School. MeKusker, Drucilla G. Linda Cochran. Dorothy L. best, Inc. for whole milk and Tuesday,Aug. 13 meeting that FOR SALE: Lettering Guides -
Board. Butler Middle School: Steve Substitute teachers Cer- Wright, Nancy K. Fillyaw, Seay, Dottie Willits, Joyce other dairy products, the only Richard Rue had, on July 25, Stickers stencils and tern-
Union county teachers will Lovelace, Stephen W. tified: Myrl Brown, Thethus Patricia Pearce, Nancy L. Cox, Martha Walker Mar\ bid submitted for those items. filed suit in Union County plates. At The Office Shop.
report for duly on Monday, McLeod, Terrell Bass,Carl A. -"
August 19, and school will Durrett, Paula A. West and
begin Tuesday, September 3, Caroline R. Conner. At Lake 3 Thefts Reported (
according to the school Butler Elementary MarthaB. 88" Tuxedo BedC
calendar dates approved by Pillow. ..- Sofa
the board at Tuesday's Transfer of Bruce Clark as
In Starke
In WeekThree
Butler
meeting.The principal of Lake
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school opening bells will Middle School to Principal of ..
ring at 8:20: a.m. with classes Union County Adult High break-ins were pried open. Missing from the : ] I
beginning 5 minutes later at School, effective August IS. reported by the Starke Police premises were four knives t jA"r I
8:25.: The dismissal hour was Transportation: Department over the weekend and a can opener valued at -' -- -
set for Lake Butler Resignation of Mrs. Jan the county's motor vehicle -
Elementary at 2:40: pm. and Harrison, bus driver. inspection station, the com- $20.Beuford Neighbors, an -r I _
for the Middle and High Non instructional appoint- munity Head Start Program, overnight visitor from Hawkins ,1
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School 10 minutes later at 2:50: ments: Transportation Mrs. and an overnight visitor being vi lie, Georgia, had his t.
Carolyn Griffis, bus driver; the victims. truck broken into Sunday .
p.m.The work day for teacherswill County office Mrs. Brenda When Mervin Jackson night at the Holiday Inn. I IFzi f L /
begin at 8 a.m. and Jones, Personnel Aide; Mrs. opened the MVI station on Thieves had used a wire to -
conclude at 4 p.m., with an Martha Tylk, Secretary II at North Grand Street for unlock a side vent glass of the
allowable dismissal time at Lake Butler Middle School; business Tuesday morning, truck and then to open the rr _
3:30: p.m. for teachers on Mrs. Diane Turner, SecretaryII Aug. 13, he noticed that t a door of the cab. Removed *s J
approval by the principal.A at Union County High break-in had occurred some- from the truck was a Bearcat
new school lunch price School; Sylvester Warren, time during the night. Entry 23 channel citizens band AVOCADO.
schedule will go into effect on Custodial 1 at Union County had been gained into the mobile radio, a speaker and .I+
the opening day of school.At High School, effective Aug. 12. building by someone who had two antennaes. OR BLUE VELVET
Lake Butler Elementarythe Food Services: Sam removed the screws from the AVOCADO OR BLACK 1 +L'
new prices are: Breakfast, Jackson, truck driver, Ethel siding and pulled back the tin. Large Matching VINYL
30 cents; Reduced Breakfast, Crews, Stella Mae Tomlinsonand The office door had also been Fall Just Around Tub Chair
10 cents; Lunch, 45 cents; Annie Laurie Waters as pried open and the desk
Reduced Lunch, 20 cents; lunchroom worker III. drawers had been gone
The CornerIt
Adult Breakfast, 40 cents; Transfer of Mrs. Jane through, but nothing of value
Adult Lunch, 76 cents. Campbell from Secretary II at was reported missing.The 1
At Lake Butler Middle Lake Butler Middle School to Community Head Start may not seem like it now
School: Lunch, 50 cents; Bookkeeper at Lake Butler program, located at the RJE but Fall is just around the
Reduced Lunch, 20 cents; Elementary School effective High School Building on North corner.
Adult Lunch, 76 cents. Aug. 19.Adult. Pine Street in Reno was en- Teachers go back to work
At Union County High Education: Carl tered by someone who had Monday, August 19, and -. -- ,
School: Lunch, 55 cents; Green, Sharon Minshew, Iris pried open a side door of the school opens in Bradford t With 2 >
Reduced Lunch, 20 cents; Parrish, Kathryne Epperson, building. After gaining entry County the following Monday, 't-t
into the building a door to an August 26. Sofa Pillows IiIIft 'j. ,
._-._.-._-.._-.._-._.-..-..--- .-_n-_'_ inside storeroom was also If that doesn't feel enough Sofa Opens
like Fall, the first football In Durable VmylPlast.cor Velvet To Bed At N ehf
Brooer ... game is five weeks away, on
VAN H. PRIEST September 20 with Vanguardin Magnificent room beautifying Sofa Bed for
(From Page 1)) Ocala. comfortable sleeping and relaxing. The 88"
Bradford's 4,067 students Sofa opens to a full size -""uble bed $19 9
override the decision," Ed- will go to school one week, upholstered in long-lasting vinyl plastic in
then have i' holiday Monday,
wards said.Members.
your choice of today's most popular colors
SpecialsDOUBLE agreed that Sept. 2, Labor Day.
planning and zoning are Students will attend school
especially when for 180 days with school en-
I Alachua necessary County becomes ding for them next June 6, a 93" Sofa of Sheer Spanish Comfort
crowded. If a city or county Friday. In between in ad-
I refuses to enforce minimum dition to Labor Day, there will
KNIT I building codes the state will do be two days vacation at Foam ComfortShown
$447 It for them after Jan. 1, 1975 Thanksgiving, Nov. 28-29; 10 Exactly Deep
under a new law. days at Christmas, Dec. 23-
It was announced that the January 7; and five days of
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MATERIAL YD fire alarm will be sounded Spring vacation, March 31- ..
next Saturday at noon, but it April 4. In addition there will Colon: cT ,1 JP
will be only a test. Chief be six teacher planning days, RED I
George Pierce told the council on which students will have a BLUE '' 3i y t S, +
that periodic testing of the holiday, set for Sept. 20, Nov. i v J 7 J E rce.t
ALL SWIM / equipment is necessary and 27, Jan. 6, Jan. 24, March 10,
Councilman Ken Young and April 28.Teachers .
/2 OFF moved that the alarm be will work 196 #
WEAR I sounded each Saturday. days, making their year end r .
II I next June 12. : ; .

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Rep. Williams, Raiford Woman __ _


Lightning bolts- shocked and The rally was called: off beforeit James T. Richardson who had pain which, he said, is
injured two Bradford started. to return his wife to NAS for gradually diminishing. The
residents amid thundery, "I'm thankful I can stand another check Saturday bolt also burned up the I
rainy weekend weather but around and talk about it," morning due to the severe Richardson's TV set. cente.r :
both are recovering nicely stated Williams Monday f family
from minior injuries.Mrs. morning. .
Juanita Richardson of
Raiford was struck down "I'm recharged and readyto Different SoundAt .
Friday about 5:30: p.m. while go," joked the candidate

talking Richardson on the picked telephone.up Mrs.the who Bradford was County checked Hospital out and at mruDrrnlffi( (!) ) 01d1iJi3: (
starke Fla
ringing phone and the shock ordered to spend the weekend Blanding. U.S. 301 South
knocked her to the floor up- resting at home. Williams
conscious. The lightning bolt received minor burns on his (From Page 1) common. One of the most Open Mon Wed 9 To 8 Thurs. Sat. 9 To 9 Sun 12 To 6
apparently came into the which the
right wrist, was on
house via an underground metal pole, and on his right current predecessor of the famous landmarks in Puerto
Rico is El Morro Castle and its
phone line. The phone com- ankle where the current PRNG is the old "Milicia
pany termed it freak accident exited his body. Williams Disciplinada" (Disciplined distinctive guard towers built
which "was not supposed to reported Monday that his Militia) founded under the into the walls. These towersare 1
happen," according to Mrs. right hand and foot still Irish General Alejandro called "devil's towers"and
Richardson's husband. "tingles," and a weakness in O'Reilly in 1766. O'Reilly's may be found in
Rep. Williams was leaning his right side. militia, however, was a St.Augustine as well.
against a metal railing aroundthe reorganization of an earlier The silhouette of this highly
concession stand on the Mrs. Richardson was militia system founded by stylistic'sentry tower
KH football field under which checked out at the naval Air Puerto Rico's conqueror and overlooking the ocean is a :
early rally spectators had Station hospital in Jackson- first governor,Juan Ponce De common theme in many I ,,
gathered to get out of a sudden Leon. photographs of both
ville and still in
Tuesday was :
thunder shower. Williams bed from the The name Juan Ponce De St.Augustine and San Juan. It PINKING
recovering
received the biggest jolt of his Leon is one which should be may also be seen on the
shock. She suffered
political career when light- severe familiar to all Floridians. He epaulettes of the 1st Battalion, y SEWING
pain due to muscle spasms,
296th PRARNG, for
Infantry
ning struck a power tran- landed in Florida in 1513
and burns to her left earlobe BARBER
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it is the battalion'sdistinguishing
sformer 40 seeking the fabled fountain of
some yards away, and ankle where the current /
traveled across the ground to entered and exited. The youth and founded a set- insignia.The GARDEN
the metal post on which at home when the tlement near what later battalion numbering
family was
Williams was leaning.The accident occurred. became St.Augustine. He approximately 800 men, just KITCHEN
shock knocked Williamsto became involved in a fight completed its two weeks
"Oh it
was a great
the ground unconscious. weekend." said husband with the Indians, was annual training period at this SURGICALETC.
__ wounded, and later returnedto Central Florida National a
m Cuba where he died. What Guard Training Site. ,.. .
Asked about the reason for
few Floridians realize,
Clay Paving & Construction however, is that Ponce De sending a Puerto Rican In-
Leon was actually of fantry battalion to train in
governor
473-2127 COMMERCIAL CIRCLE KEYSTONE Puerto Rico at the time he Central Florida, LTC Rafael Ground to a perfect uniform edge by experts
landed here and that his hope Doitteau-Rodriguez explained with the finest commercial equipment avail.
Drive Ways Parking Areas was to become the governor of : Your 0
O able. in all scissors.
Bring
two overseas Spanish "Well, you know, we could your
Fill Dirt possessions. His family perform all the training neighborstool! All work done while you shop.
continued to reside in Puerto missions we're performing
Land Clearing Lime Rock Rico after his death and the here back home in Puerto
names of his descendents may Rico but it wouldn't be as
8 Clay still be found in the San Juan challenging. You see, what we Reg. BJIibP Pinking 09
K.L REEVES phonebook.Juan have there is a very small 7 $1
FREE ESTIMATES Ponce De Leon isn't area that we use every year.
OWNER the only thing that Floridiansand Naturally after the men have
Puerto Ricans have in been in the battalion for a few
years they know the Salinas Sales Rep. In Store 10 A.M. 6 P.M. Two Day Only Fri. Sat. Aug. 16-17
Training Site very well. By d
moving them here to Camp
Blanding we are forcing themto
Rooster CombOPEN utilize several basic skills HOOVER
that they might otherwisetake
for granted such as map
reading, in addition to the
valuable experience of CONVERTIBLE
FOR BUSINESS maneuvering over such a
large area."
The men have reacted to 2-SPEED MOTOR Automaticallyshifts w
Wednesday 17 both the training and off duty with attachments.
recreational pursuits with to high
almost equal enthusiasm. .
ADJUSTMENTLow
For An Appointment Call 475-1465 Herson"You know Morales-Sosa," observed who 2LT C INSTANT pile to RUG deep shag.EDGECLEANING .

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----Hampton Weathers Withering Blast '


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The Hampton City council teered his services in for the last two months organization) of a public forumfor that you stay home" Mayor the city election being held on
weathered a withering blast of a list of the without result and called t the purpose of all the Bruno replied. the regular meeting date of
criticism directed principallyat qualified voters of Hamptonwith upon the council once again to candidates to give an expression On other matters at Tuesday. September 10.
Mayor Arthur Bruno and the understanding that he supply it. of their views before Tuesday's meeting, the -Authorized the purchaseof ( .T\\
Chairman Ted Curtis at would receive a copy of the list In another suggestion at the election." council: an auxiliary pump with a [ \
Tuesday's Aug, 13 meeting at on completion He said that he Tuesday's meeting Summers "I'll attend any forum that -Set the next regular 7,200 gallon per hour pum-
the city hall.William had been trying to get his copy said, "I would like, to see the anybody sets up, providing meeting for Tuesday, September ping capacity to be used in ,
II Summers, a J. at 8 p.m. because of penning the tank on the fire u..
former Starke !Motel operatorwho truck used by the Hampton
now resides in Hampton, 5 Volunteer Fire Department
Lunch Prices
submitted a letter to the School Up -Head a letter! from AlbertC. ''c'-.
council calling for a detailed BIll dies Thomas who had d'ry /

discussion on the present Caught in a squeeze of new term beginning Sept. 2 school lunch 10.5 cents per previously qualified to seek
status of the recreation field, higher food prices and a l live cents across the board. plate,a reduced price lunch 35 the office of Marshall in the
the city hall and the proposed $40,000 deficit from 1973-74 to cents, and a free lunch 50 ToGo September 10 election, t 'V
location of the fire That raises the price of an Food that his
city's avoid this year, the Bradford cents, according to requesting candidacyfor
school lunch from
house. elementary that office be withdrawn.Set .
Services Coordinator Betty
School Board
After a reading of the letter approved 40 to 45 cents, a high school Brannon. In AugustDon't the city's millage rate
by city clerk Shirley (Forsythin Tuesday Temple's recommendation night SupJim\ to and middle school lunch from "If we get the anticipated at 1.455 mills to provide a Prolonged Pumpkin
50 to 55 cents, and adult lun-
which
Summers questionedthe increase from the federal look but revenue of $1,578 from ad-
Brad-
school lunch now
raise for
widsom of the council in prices ches went from 75 to 80 cents. government, five cents will lord County has more than valoren taxes, based on the John \V Kelly is pictured with a 20-pound elongated
spending thousands of dollarsof Average cost of putting a cover it," Temple said. eight inches of rain yet to city's new assessment figureof pumpkin grown In his garden at New Kiver There might be
Hampton money on the development Union Co. school lunch plate on the table Temple made the recom- come this month,if the 50 year $1,167.638 1973's assessed larger pumpkins than this, Kelly says, but he doubts that
of a bull-held whichis last term was 70.25 cents, mendation to raise lunch average for August holds value was $545,838, and the there are longer ones, lie has no idea what made the pumpkin
not now being used, and, Business Manager Eddie prices a nickel after the board good millage rate was i.8')2!) mills develop in this unusual shape
according to Summers has told the board
Douglas accepted new food bids
So far this month (
Aug. 1-13)) .
not been used in Trial Term (Federal school lunch
many a program Tuesday night. Food prices the county has received an
month Mayor Arthur Bruno funds, expected to increase were"somewhat higher"than
of 570 inches while
,
said, "We listen to your ideas, this year since not as many last year but not too much so, average the for
!Mr Summers. If we like commodities are available, Mrs Brannon said. Ham- 50-year average WELLS ELECTRIC
Set MondayTrial August is 14 03, according to
them, we accept them. If to the
wedon't. are expected raise burger meat or ground beef figures supplied by the
we reject them" difference in what students was bid at 62 cents per pound. Florida (Forest Service.
Summers charged in the dates for the week pay for a lunch and cost per Last year it went from <60(>
letter that the council was 1 HI), Last the federal Starke was the wettest area
resentful beginning Monday August plate. year cents to $1.20 per pound, for
of constructive have been set for nine defen- government paid a regular instance in the county so far this SERVICEElectrical
criticism and that in his dants in Union County Circuit month,with an average of 6.70
opinion that there may have Court by Judge Wayne Carlisle Starts Fire Home BurnsA inches Louis Hill tower at
been serious errors in sensible Explosion Highland reported 6.60 inches, Contractors
judgment.In while !New River tower was
his scathing attack On Monday, August 12, gasoline explosion which p.lrtment, Toombs had sent a comparatively dry with only
the council Summers upon also Judge Carlisle scheduled the set the entire house afire neighbor to get some keroseneto ::1.-t7! inches reported. //'I,' //.f/'
requested that immediate beginning of the trail of resulted in a total loss of a be used in his small two So( lar this year the countyhas ... i lT p .'gee
Jimmy Coney charged with home and its contents in burner kerosene stove. It was '" }
es
be made received an of
arrangements for average } l \
with the trials of other lat er determined that gasolineh
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9.
himself, the mayor, the rape Hampton Friday Aug. 42 40 inches of rain since '241o'
defendants to follow. been placed in the tank s. S\\\
The small
five room house -
chairman and the city clerk to January I 1. two-thirds of the50'ear
David Heed, Rafael owned by Mrs. Elic Woods and instead of kerosene and when vice
go over the city's financial Walter () annual average of .
records monthly reports, the Baez,William Wims and W.T. occupied by Joseph Toombs, Toombs lit the two-burner the W.92 for a 12-month period SetRESIDENTIAL ,, ...
transcripts of the Jackson Jr., all to be tried on both of Hampton, was com- explosion occurred setting the i I.'
monthly lire to the entire house. Fortunately for the farming
of of a pletely destroyed along with COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL
council meetings for the last charges possession -
industry the heavy July andAuJtu
the
Responding to the alarm
contents the
its
state prisoner. in blazing
two and further by a
back weapon
years if inferno the Hampton Volunteers assistedby !>t rains come in the offseason -
following explosion -
necessary William A. Charbelois for No injuries were the Bradford County (Fire between spring and DIAL 9646061SERVING
Summers suggested that escape and William Clayton reported. Department Irom Starke tall ciops The only thing
such arrangements be madeat Bragg for escape and larceny According to Fire Chief cent ined the blaze to the home being harvested at this time is STARKE AND SURROUNDING AREAS SINCE 1949
Tuesday s meeting of a motor vehicle. Sylvester Smith of t Ve and prevented further tobacco and most of it has 744 N. THOMPSON ST. STARKE 32091
"What you're asking will Solomon (Ham, for Hampton Volunteer Fire De- destruction to other nearby been pulled by this time.
take a lot of time !Now, if you aggravated assault and Frank property. Former county agent G.Tlluggms P.O. BOX 607
will provide some kind of Joseph Fittro Jr. for assault The house was valued at said there is a
compensation lor the clerk'stime with intent to commit murder. THE BRADFORD $2,500 and the value of the possibility of some corn
and sl'rvice. we might" Thecases of Clarency Ennis COUNTY:: TELEGRAPH contents has not be deter- damage if the rains do not let
consider your request, and Carl Elson Shriner Published every Thursdayat mined. up soon LEE DRAWDY
countered the
:No proposal Mayor for comp charged with breaking and 138 W.Call Street Adequate Facilities and Services
entering was dismissed. Starke,Florida 32091
nation lor the time involved .1 t<
was made by Summers (Five defendants chargedwith More recreational facilities for the Jouth and citizens Of
the stabbing and cutting Second Class postage paid Re-Elect CHARLESSCHAEIPEC:
death of John Emmett Orn- Starke, FloridaSubscription Clay County.
In the healed discussion that
followed the reading ol the dorff on August 7, 1973 at the ::;?
Union Correctional Institutewere Rates. :
letter it was necessary for
dismissed by the court. In trade area: $6.00( per YOUR Additional fire and
Chairman Ted Curtis to call police protection to make Clay Countya
for 'order in the house" on Those defendants were KluidBomlla year: fit.50six months CITY COUNCILMANGROUP
several occasions.In Kenneth Moffelt, a safer place to live and raise your family.
another matter Summers Ramon Verona, Robert Outside trade area: $7.00
I six months RESIDENT OF STARKE 25 YEARS
Stanley and Samuel Cruz. per year: $1.00
complained that he had olun-
.. --.. A MAN OF PROVEN ABILITYST Will work for improvement of the roads and highways of
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At Bridal Jackson Janine ShowerFor Gay HomeMiss For Open And Mark Baby House Moodys SonMr. --7--j; 64.ide i-ff -- 1




Janine Gay August[ 17 &
bride-elect, was honored at a and Mrs. Mark Moody c;ffa43 llooly &ciety ..... -
bridal shower Thursday and new baby son, Paul, were -- ------------------- ----

evening of last week given by honored at open house Friday
Mrs. Robert A. Brown, Miss ewning, August 2, at their Kathy Faulkner Sallye Ann Meng Becomes Bride Of Randall Scoggins, Aug. 3 ,.
Becky Jackson Mrs. W. T. home on Rt. I, Lake Butler,
Jackson Sr.. Mrs. Malcolm given by Mrs. Jesse Ricks, Out-of-town guests were
Sanders, Mrs. Lila Rae Yawn, Mrs. Wesley Moody Mrs. O. Honored At SeriesOf Miss Amy Vasques of San-
Mrs. Margie M. Dowlmg and R Alvarez, Jr., Mrs. Donald dusky, Ohio, cousin of the
Mrs Marc Jackson at the II. Bagwell and Mrs. Leonard Bridal EventsMiss bride Miss Marty Johns of
Moore.\ FortMcCoy,and Mr. and Mrs.
home of the latter
on Mimosa
Sistrunk and daughter,
Drive. The refreshment table Mike
was Kathy Faulkner,
Games covered with a white lace 4l of Indianola, Miss brother-in-
were played during August 17 bride-elect of
the party hours,B to 9:30: p.m.. cloth and centered with an Richard Tedder has been law and sister of the groom.

and prizes awarded to Mrs. arrangement of mixed honored at several parties '
Brian Hamilton and Miss Gav summer flowers. Miniature l recently in Atlanta and
The refreshment table was diaper shaped favors filled Starke. ilvir' )
covered with a hand- with candies were on a silver OnApril30a kitchen showerwas
crocheted tablecloth and tray at one end of the table. given for Miss Faulknerby
centered with an arrangementof Mrs. Wilbur Waters was incharge Sandra Tomlinson, Dee
pink, white and red Mowers of the gift table. Rindge and Connie White in ? H s
in a silver epergnette with Approximately fifty guests the Dean of Women's home at W4
pink candles. called between the hours 7:30: Atlanta Christian College rw8 -
The hostesses presentedMiss and 9 p.m. where Kathy was a student. y t. ---
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Gay and her grand- The party room was y :
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mother, Mrs. W. J. Eppersonwith decorated with white wild ..

white pompom corsagesand Mr. and Mrs. James Hurst daisies. VletCQIQ
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also gave Miss Gay a and family of Frostproof were -. +_ y The hostesses presented the
place setting of her chosen weekend guests of Mr. and honoree with a matching
china as a memento of the Mrs Carl Hurst. Sandra and pitcher and glassware set anda : The friendly people of the
occasion. Karen hurst returned to long-stemmed blue carna Lj! First Baptist Church of
Approximately fort guests Frostproof with the James tion. : Starke invite you to join
were invited to attend Hursts for a week's visit. Eighteen college friends them in Bible Study and
attended. worship this Sunday.

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FLORIDA THEATREFri. 1 On June 22 a bridal showerwas Miss Sallye Ann Meng candle and fresh flowers. MORNING SUNDAY 9:45 am.WORSHIP SCHOOL

: given in Atlanta by Linda daughter of Mr. and Mrs. PaulI. The bride's table was ll:00a.m.
Tedder. to introduce Kathy to Meng of Hampton Lake, covered with a satin and linen CHURCH TRAINING
friends and members ofRichard's became the bride of Randall cloth and centered with an
Sat. 6:45p.m.
___ family.A Eugene Scoggins son of Mr. arrangement of gladioli REVIVALSERVICE
green and white color and Mrs Clarence R. daisies roses, statice and
"IT CAN BE SAID, SIMPLY scheme was used in the decor- Scoggins of Starke, on baby's breath. At one end of 7:30 p.m.

AND WITH THANKS, THAT Doris Sue Kelley Weds Mr. Cranford ations and refreshments. Saturday, August 3, at 4 p.m. the table was a threetieredcake REVIVALSunday
Games were played by the Father Michael Williams over a miniature foun-
\ / IT IS AN ABSOLUTELY In. First Baptist Church, Brooker ten guests attending.Miss performed the nuptials in St. tain, and topped with fresh August 18-21- Wednesday, 7:30p.m.:
Ott ; tJi TERRIFIC MOVIE: Faulkner was William's Catholic Church Ilowers.At the other end of the

I Jay, Cock. The Brooker Baptist Churchwas The punch table held a presented with a white carna- Keystone Heights.The table was a fountain punch YOUTH EVANGELISMTEAM
; I{ umn I Maga"n. the setting for the silver punch bowl set in a bed tion corsage and a pink altar was balanced with bowl encircled with fresh
marriage of Miss Doris Sue of At one of the negligee. two arrangements of gladioli, flowers. Mrs. Bobby Patrick
THE THREEMUSKETEERS Kelley,daughter of!Mrs Doris tables greenery.was a chocolate ----- daisies and baby's breath and sister of the groom and Mrs. Jimmy Saunders
I Kelley and O.C. Kelley, of groom's cake topped with awhile identical arrangements were Kenneth McClure,sister of the Preaching EvangelistMike
Brooker to Robert Terry sugar piano and A pantry shower was given placed on the side altars. An bride, cut the cake. Mrs. Duduit
A HlHNIlM.W" ,. Cranford,son of Mr. and Mrs. decorated: on the second tier 30 by Mrs. L. L. Fullwood arrangement of greenery was Danny Waters sister of the Singing EvangelistAfter
r PRINTS' u'I" jO'f C J William Cranford. of Branford.Rev. with frogs mushrooms, and and!Mrs. Vernon Reddish at centered under the main groom and Miss Joyce Meng
James L. Temple per- deer. Mrs. Lennox Kelley and the home of the latter on altar. sister of the bride presided at Service Youth Fel
formed the ceremony on Mrs. Winston Kelley presided Bayless Highway for Miss !Mrs. E. A. Lamm organist, the punch bowl.Assisting lowship with EvangelismTeam
Saturday, July 27, at 8 p.m. at the punch table and were Faulkner, provided a program of nuptial in serving were 8:30 p.m.
Highlighting the altar were music. Mrs. Harold Waters, Mrs.
assisted by Mrs. Betty Hayes. Orchid corsages were
THE MOST FANTASTIC two pedestal baskets of white presented to Miss Faulknerand Dwayne Hardee attended as Freeman Register, Jr., Mrs.! "THE CHURCH WITH A

UNDERSEA ODYSSEY EVER FILMED and pink gladioli, pompomsand Following a wedding trip to her mother, Mrs. James best man and the ushers were Francis Meng, aunt of the HEART, IN THE HEART
Bobby Patrick and Danny bride, and Miss Amy Vasques, "
mums against a H. Faulkner. Orchids were OF
20th Century fox presents South Florida the couple is
and Waters, brothers-in-law of the cousin of the bride.
background of palms residing in Brooker. used to decorate the living 'Phone 964-6562
THE NEPTUNE FACTOR branched and tree candelabrawith room. groom. Following a wedding trip to
burning Miss Catherine Lewis South Florida the couple is Ben P. Bryant
tapers. the
PANAVISION' PRINTS BY DELUXE* _[!!] Mrs. Bob Fletcher Mrs.Bradford Cranford Middle is a teacherin School 20 Games guests were attending.played by served as maid of honor, residing at 423 S. Mable Streetin Pastor
the
organist, and !Mr. and Mrs. The hostess gift to the wearing a lime green organza Starke.
Donnie Crawford and Mr. and and Mr Cranford is a draftsman honoree was a gold and white gown fashioned with empire The bride and groom are William George
Sun. Mon. Tues Mrs. Doyle Bell, vocalists, for General Electric in bakeware set. waist, sweetheart neckline both 1974 graduates of Min. of Music
presented a program of Alachua. and A-line skirt with flocked Bradford High School. The
t nuptial music. ----- flowers. She wore fresh bride is employed at Colonial Corner of Clark and
Keith Cranford attended his daisies in her hair and carrieda Florist and !Mr. Scoggins is Jefferson Street
6 A bridal shower was given of yellow and DuPont, at
nosegay by
brother us best man. Ushers employed Downtown Starke
of the
by the Lydia Circle lavender daisies, yellow
were Pat Bell Doyle Bell, rMelvin Highland.
Church in the
Christian
First
II James Cranford, Donnie Hall roses, baby's breath and
on
church Fellowship
Crawford, J.D. Goss and statice.
August 1 for Miss Faulkner. Given in marriage by her Florida
Jr.
Lavern Outlaw Serving
e- s d dn !Mrs. Bobby Dyal of Games were played by the father, the bride wore a white
30 friends attending. ::: Since
Brooker, sister of the bride, crepe gown with empire ''',1 1950
White aster corsages were waist, lace with sweet- '
served as matron of honor. top ;Ii"'
Bridal attendants were !Mrs presented to Miss Faulkner heart neckline A-line skirt, .. ) Jr .!)
Doyle Bell, !Mrs Donnie r and her mother. Miss and puffed sleeves. The gown :JloriJa reel'iny j erf ice, nc.
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Faulkner was also presentedwith 'Ct
enhanced with pearl trim
? Crawford, !Miss Dana Dyal, was
"Meals in Minutes"appliance
a around the neckline and "
Miss Diana Freeman.Irs.! from her hostesses. : ,.' I Cordially
Harold Griner and Mrs empire waistline. Her lace ;
Kenny Williams.The Refreshments were served covered cap with seed pearl Mrs. Carolyn* 0/;'" r. I I
from a table covered with a trim secured her fingertip veil
matron of honor and
] and centered Welcomes I
attendants were attired alikein white lace cloth of illusion. She wore a cameo Eaves
with a silver candelabra with necklace and gold watch gifts
L ___ long pink lutesong gowns Representative
with empire waist, rounded blue tapers. from the groom, and carried a You and Y .r

neckline and long sleeves. cascade arrangement of Ph. 964-5812
eucharis lilies, Family To Your
Clusters of flowers !i in their stephanotis
hair secured their nose length FaulknerTedderMiss caladium leaves, ivy andbaby's 613 S. Colley Rd. New Home
breath with white satin
carried white
veils. They
301 DRIVEINFRI.SAT. wicker baskets filled with pink Kathy Faulkner and streamers embroidered. with StarkeThe
seed pearls.A
and white and daisies centered and pompoms with Tolleson Richard Tedder will be unitedin reception was held at the State Of Florida
marriage on Saturday,
home of the bride's parents on
16-17 kissing angels. 17, at 7 in the
AUGUST Miss Terri ToldMr. August p.m. Hampton Lake. !Mrs. Theron It Is Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome and
Lynn Boatright Engagement First Christian Church with a of the
sister bride
Hunter.
niece of the groom, served as reception following in the Acquaint You With Your City.
DOUBLE FEATURE greeted guests at the door,
and white
flower girl wore a church Hall.
Fellowship
and Mrs. Cecil C. and Miss Beverly Meng, sisterof
and satin
long organza gown friends and relatives
All
are
Melvin of Brooker announcethe bride'sbook.
the bride kept the In the a phone call
trimmed with tiny pink invited to attend. II you are new area
and
rosebuds and satin sash. engagement approaching The bride's book table
pink
marriage of their was covered with a satin and will bring you a prompt visit, from your local hostess
of the
HIP-EST HEISTIN Dion Kelley nephew
THE daughter, Donna Gail, to linen cloth and held a memory
bride was ringbearer.Given Sellers Please give her a calli!
Joseph Calvin Tolleson, son of Gay ,
HISTORY! in marriage by her --------------
Mr. and Mrs O.C. Tolleson of
brother, Charles Kelley, the She has maps and many free and wonderful
bride wore a silk organza Lake Butler. Miss Janine Gay and Ronnie neopiaouJ{ gown with high old fashioned The wedding will be an Sellers will be united in gifts for you from local businesses tf!

ffsWBERMflNS Alencon lace collar. The event of October 5 at 8 p.m. in marriage Saturday August (See Page 9)
bodice and neckline, were the Brooker Baptist Church.All 17, at 8 p.m. in Reynolds
embroidered. with pearls. The Chapel, Camp Blanding witha
friends and relatives are following at the
gown had long lace sleeves reception
and chapel length train. Her invited to attend. Starke Golf and Country Club. Voice Be Heard
satin headpiece secured the Let Your
chapel length veil of illusion.
z Their all new adventure! She wore a gold cross a gift of
1- ,, IN CH.OII'WIN' : JN PICTURCS RELEASE( | r J the groom and carried a "THE TAXPAYER VOICE1'

cascade of pink and white ... ..

PLUS daisies sweetheart, roses.A pompoms. and :: 'c'I( -I J rote . . . ForCHASTAIN ELECTPAT

incredible reception was held in the SPENGLERSchool
most
the
Trained to commit church Fellowship Hall. Mrs.
Tommy Outlaw kept thebride's ion
conceived. t', c.r
ever book.
caper .
; Board Member
The bride's table was '.. ..... FOR
covered with white
I a organza y .
cloth over. satin and centered COUNCILMHNGROUPS District 2
with a three-tiered cake
decorated with rosebuds and 1 ::1'<'. -;

O r t tto topped Mrs. Jerome with a wedding Kelley, cross.Mrs. SEPTEMBER 10.1974 I, PAT SPENGLER, Want To Serve You On

Donald Boatright and Mrs. Resldenl OrStarke Your School Board. 'j
Representative Of The PeoplePaid
James Cranford cut and 37 Veen

Cdvdmnaon wand..AN..M Po.ert'r7-J. served the cake. ( Pol. Ad f I, PAT SPENGLER, Will Represent Your Dollar ,11

In Investment. ea I -

Sun. Mon. Tues. Frank Williams Work

mmm f I, PAT SPENGLER, Realize Y Have A Very Valuable Investment In Your

rgr .:::;:-_ RT4J1k1 To CutGovernment Child's Education And Futt. e.


THE MASSAGE PARLOR RACKET LAID BARE: : Spending:: I, PAT SPENGLER, Also Realize Your Dollar Investment, If Not Carefully And

Wisely Spent,Can Cause You To Pay Even More In Taxes Than in 1974.
}I
mob muscles In r Frank Williams stands for economy In
When the I, PAT SPENGLER, Want To Represent You On Your School Board Help Protect -

e fc oh the Massage Parlor.. ', : government and for effective action Your Investment,Continue Our School System As One Of The Best In The

I, the girls rub em down ? State,And Let You Speak Through Me As A Board Member.

: ...then rub 'em out! a r ,G to cut bureaucratic fat. This is why

1IJ he voted to scrap the inflationary For Your Vote
THE Please Accept My Si'1lJere'Thanks And Appreciation

$4.9 Billion Budget. And Active Support In My Race For Your School Board Member

1 1 District No. 2.Please TeU Your Neighbors, Friends And Relatives
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,; ) \\Nlll\1'1)IJ\ ) a Working K..D Frank For You Williams Full Tim They Need Pat Spengler On YOUR School Board.



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Birthday PartFor Mrs. CuttinoMrs. L -
Loper-Davis;
Vd .
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Myldred Cuttino BIRTHSMr
was poms. The buffet table in the I
honored at ? Marriage ToldMr
a
dessertbridgeparty
y
dining room was covered witha : I, ard _
on her birthday,Friday, white embossed cloth and
i August 9, at 7:30: p.m., given centered with and Mrs. Randy Hut-
floral
a pink rMtAllenLuther and Mrs Grover Davisof
by her daughter, Miss Melody chins of Live Oak announce
I, Cuttino, at the home of Mrs. J, arrangement. several the birth of a daughter, Keystone Heights announce
Following
W. Ritch. 4 in the marriage of their
ry Tammy Lynn, on August
'F The two progressions of bridge, prizes daughter, Jennifer Davis
Suwannee
bridge tables the
were were awarded to Mrs. J. W. Count
Loper, to Gordon W.Allen, son
covered with Live Oak.
white cloths with Hospital,
Griffin, high Mrs. H. H.
; of Mr and Mrs. John M. Allenof
Mr. and Mrs. B.
yellow( flowered borders and parents are
Adams, low and Mrs. Cut
; Starke.
centered with yellow E, Akridge of Starke.
pom- tino r"
bingo.BHSCIassOf'64 a iM The ceremony, with only
( members of the immediate
Sharon LavenderIn ( Terry Lynn Kite Weds families present,took place on
Monday, August 5, at the
Birthday Party "Who's Who"Of Jimmy MatthewsTerry w home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
To Plan Reunion Schmitt in Starke with Mr.
For Karen Schmitt conductin the
Hodges High SchoolsSharon h Lynn Kite, former
Members of the Bradford Starke resident ceremony.
and daughterof
Little Karen Ann Hodges High School class of 1964 will Mrs. Tom Following the ceremony,
Byrnes of
celebrated her Lavender, a seniorat dinner was enjoyed by the
third
birthday have a planning meeting for Jacksonville and
Terry Kite
Bradford ,
High School, at the Garden
August 4 when her mother was family group
their December reunion on Jr. of Bostwick, was united in
recently notified that she will Restaurant.
Mrs. David Hodges, gave a be featured in the 8th annual Monday night, August 19, at marriage to Jimmy Dale
party for her and 30 guests at edition of "Who's Who 7:30 p.m. at the Peewee Matthews,son of Mr.and Mrs.
the home of Karen's grand- American among Nursery. All class membersare OE. Matthews of Jackson.
mother, Mrs. Doris Miller. High School( ( to attend.Christopher kl ville DUPLICATE BRIDGE
Students urged on July 8 in Kingsland,
The party was held in the I973-7V' the largest Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bennettof CLUB RESULTSMrs.
yard where refreshmentswere student publication in the Lawtey announce the en- Liza Minesinger and
served and favors of nation. DopsonHas o o.o.oa oxo o t2iI gagement and approaching T.A. Sundem were the win
whistles were given to the Sharon is the daughter of i7 marriage of Linda Darnell ning couple at Duplicate
youngsters. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Lavenderof Birthday PartyLittle ? YoJnow Allen to Harlen Lynn Luther, Bridge Tuesday night. Mrs.
Lake Butler, and is an son of Mr. and Mrs. James H. Billie Johnson and Mrs.
active member of the Science Christopher Dopson rw Luther of Starke.A Lucille Davie were second and
Ladies Council Club, Ecology Club, Glee Club celebrated his first birthday November wedding is Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton and
(See
and Chorus at BUS. She was Sunday afternoon, August 11, Page H) planned. Mrs. F.J. Shaw were third.
Plans Flea MarketThe president of the chorus during when his parents, Dr. and
her sophomore year, and Mrs. R. E. Dopson, gave a -
Ladies Council of the secretary during her junior party for him at their home on
(First Christian Church will year.In. Lake Geneva.
have a (Flea Market Saturday, addition to having her The 15 guests enjoyed refreshments Gina Ann Statzer, Freeman Reed VOTE FOR and RE-ELECT
August 24. at 9 a.m. at the biography published in the and games during
church on West Call Street. book, Sharon will also com- the party hours, two to five Exchange Vows In JacksonvilleMiss .
pete for one of ten scholarship o'clock.Mr. +11
awards of$500 to$1,000 fundedby white eyelet and
Gina Ann Statzer apron
Mrs. Olive Gregory of the publishers and will be and Mrs. J. B. Dansbyof daughter of Mr. and Mrs. carried a basket of white rose f] (!a &IJ ELrIQEEELTLEE l
her
Gainesville is visiting invited
to to
in Saturday
participate the Perry were
James T. Statzer of Jackson- petals.
sister, Mrs. Myrtle Anderson, firm's annual of Mr. and
"Survey of High Tuesday guests ville, and Freeman C Reed, Master Derrick McCormick
for two weeks. Achievers." Mrs. R. O. Dansby. Jr. of Gainesville, son of Mr. served as ringbearer.Given ; k, lIc. GGJfIIJ ;(

and Mrs F. C. Reed of in marriage by her
f c> r> ij u i Hamptoii, were united in father, the bride wore a tradi- (! '
(ECLrCE [lIaJ[
marriage on July 1 at 7:30:, tional white, floor-length
p.m. in the Arlington Baptist sequined Chantilly lace gown
\ Church, Jacksonville. Rev over bridal satin featuring an EtC[ ) V EGEECJEG [
o fieancfteoWSh0 Wilferd McCormick per- empire waist, high lace collar .
formed the nuptials. sheer bishop sleeves, and
Decorating the altar were chapel length Chantilly lace CEEEG .. 1 Citf (L!((Ef i! U
two standing baskets of white train. Her shoulder length veil
gladioli, red carnations, white was secured to a Juliet cap, '
; ) CEECEEncp: ;
pompoms and blue statice and she carried a nosegay of yF
against a background of arched white carnations, blue statice
and tree candelabra and white streamers with a ,
-. 964-5769 Court St. decorated with fern. red detachable corsage in the .
Presenting a program of center.A .
nuptial music were Mrs. reception was held in the District 5
Marilyn Childres, of Jackson- Arlington Baptist receptionhall
ville, organist, and Drucella which was decoratedwith SEEBER
Summer Sale Srnelser and Glen Smelser. red, white and blue GOODMANt!\tlie
soloists, of Bristol, Tenn. streamers above the tables,
Gerald Williams of Starke with the same flowers as in
served as best man and ushers the church behind the bride's
Capless were Mike Reed and Pat table. is running on his own record. lie is now Chairman of the

Cascades Reed, brothers of the groom .Standing in the receivingline School Board.
Wiglets Casuals and Jimmy Statzer and were the bride and groom,
Timmy Statzer. brothers of their parents, and their at
Seeber D. Goodman .
Reg the bride. tendants. Miss Janice Russell
$999 $699 $699 249s; !Mrs. Leon Raub of Jack- kept the bride's book. will continue to be conscientious fair, impartial and loyal to the
sonville attended as matron of The bride's table was office and the people. He will continue to work for better
honor, wearing a navy blue covered with a red cloth and cooperation between schools and the community and closer
Capless Elura BandAmericard & dotted swiss oldfashionedgown centered with a white cake relations between parents and teachers. lie will continuouslywork
decorated with red flowers
with wide ruffled botLliJlll..Mathered -
for facilities for better education in
adequate keeping
at the waist and blue trimmed bells. The
Reg. *30 $1499 Master Chg. Welcome with white daisy lace, puffed cake had two large bottom with modern times and will always keep an open mind on the
sleeves gathered above the layers with four white pilars problems of education
i O o o rj Q elbows with the same lace and supporting two smaller layers (Paid Political Advertisement by Seeber D. Goodman)
square neck with daisy trim. with doves on top.There was a
She white hat bride and groom centerpiecein
wore a picture
with navy blue ribbons and the middle of the pillars ., .. ... .. I
white daisies and carried awhile separating the layers. Mrs.
wicker basket with red, Linda Sw a rti cut the cake and .e-
white and blue i flowers and Mrs.Archie flyers presided at
red white and blue the punch bowl. eFIRST .
streamers. Following a wedding trip to
Miss Elizabeth Travers, central (Florida and Jackson- ,
Miss Teresa Statzer, and Miss ville Beach the couple is
Tamara Statzer, sisters of the residing at the Lamplighter
bride, served as bridesmaids. Trailer Park in Gainesville.Mr. TOHANDY .
They wore gowns fashioned and :Mr Reed are both
identical to the honor at- graduates of Bradford High
t __ 41 tendant's, except the dresses School. Mrs Reed is em- WAY'
v.rpC'
r' were red and they wore white ployed; at Southern Bell .
picture hats with red ribbons. Telephone Co. in Gainesvilleand
They also carried white Mr. Reed is a postal clerkin

and wicker blue baskets flowers with red white and the Gainesville post office. and then make tracks ,

streamers. Tommy Chastain and Miss
.
tnw 1r tended Miss as Donna flower girl Mowrey and worea at- Kim Applegate Sunday dinner of Gainesvillewere guests of to the beach, pool, park.

his Mr and Mrs. T.
red dotted 'swiss dress with parents
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HAMPTON USDA GRADE "A" QUICK FROZEN

AREA NEWSby W-D BRAND BROAD BREASTED SAVE Wiry



Vandals Josephine CITY broke NEWS into Fontaine the City uI ;i fl J


Hall some tamily We extend broke general of Von windows sympathy damage.Kendall and to who did the fl__ E YS ALTh Li ,


passed away last week. Alsoto
Miss Carla Meece Mr.
Kendall's fiance They had
planned to be married in
September.

I'HIE.iUS&.i.IGIiBOHS:. :.
R.E. Cutchen and his 10 IBS.
nephew, G.K. Elmore.of Ash-
ford Ala were visitors) last
week of Mrs. Mary Watterson. & UP
Miss Mary Louise Wat-
terson is visiting her grandmother -
!Mrs Mary Wat-
terson, for several days.

Mrs. Belle BIRTHDAYS Brown August PRICES GOOD THURS., AUG. 15 THRU WED., AUG. 21

21.
Essie Bias, 39 years old Quantity Rights
August 9. LB. ReservedWINN
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<*t DIXIE STORES. INC
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RECREATIONThe >* ra "r COPYRIGHT! 1974SLICEDoA
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Hampton Senior *"<- _. > ;a
Citizens will meet Friday
August 16. Regular meetingsare
SWEET USDA BRAND NO ADDITIVES PURE THRIFTY MAID
INSP. W-D ( )
held the first and third
Fridays of each month at 7:30: I
p.m cON I = TOMATOESSAVE

Please bring or send your
news items to me Josephine
Fontaine, Box 160, Hampton, e\io\
or leave them at the Hampton ..A \ \ $
General Store as I have a ...< soc
news box there.Remember 8 9 .:. .;" '..i:0 \>> $399
if you don't tellit ::::-'::<"... _.,... 5
what's, we have going no on.way of Knowing l-LB. ".". J ,. y !!- LB. PKG. TOMAYOe 16oz.
'
PKG. h.::.s- PKG. CANS

;" Limit 6 with $7,50 or more purchase excludinq cigarettes

Scouting USDA GRADE "A" QUICK FROZEN W-D BRAND W-D BRAND PORK SHOULDER SMOKED ARROW BATHROOMTISSUE


e"I I 964-5812 Carolyn News Eaves BAKING HENS j PICNICSWHOLE



Today .Thursday, Aug 15)is ) SAVE
closing day for Nepali Girl
Scout Day Camp on Kingsley \
Lake hiking We had, eight swimming full daysof L ) \ W-O UAND'FRANKS 4813 2-ROLL 88.

canoeing cooking, sleepingout '
crafts, singing and fellowship, dancing games, LB. 1"o .. U7 AQcPKO. LB. PKGS.

There were 38 registered,
including non scouts and
scouts from the Cadette troop
W 0 BRAND USDA QUARTER LOIN SLICED INTO
Junior Brownie troopsin CHOICE BEEF
troops SAVE THRIFTY MAID
THE ENERGY DRINK
Starke Hamption and and Brownie Raiford.troopsin An Chuck Steak lB $109 Pork. Chops L898c Fruit Drinks 3s. 38C Gatorade 3 BTLS: $1 T
excellent staff included SAVE tOe W D BRAND WHOLE HOG HOT OR MILD
W 0 BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF THRIFTY MAIDPork&
Frankie Rouse from Cler- 1 IB C DOUGLAS WHOLE
Stevenson Chuck Roast 98C Sausage . !PKG 89 12 01'
from mont. and Becki, Laurie LB Beans. 5 CANS $100 ChickenMONOGRAM . CAN 99c
Hampton W O BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF SAVE 70c LB W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF WHOLE
Mullms Janet Kimutis CUT & WRAPPED FREE ((6/8/ LB AVG.) THRIFTY MAID VIENNASausage LONG GRAIN

Dukes llarnette Donna Jackson Gruen Marjorie, Kathy Calif.I Roast . lB $119 Tenderloins . LB. $289 . 4 CANS 5.0.' $1 Rice . . 3 IBPKG.. 98C

Casey. Nancy Fullwood W.D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF SIRLOIN W.D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF WHOLE ((7 TO 11 IB AVG ) THRIFTY MAID BETTY CROCKER UrtN

Glen Eoline!Mullms Green and Karen Mike! Glover Crews.A Tip I Roast . lB $169 Sirloin I Tip .. .40e.lb. LB $159 Potted Meat 6 CANS 3.0.. $100 1 Cake Mixes 2n&.. "JOO
big thank to the staff fora .
you SHENANDOAH DARK MEAT. W 0 BRAND PURE SAVE THRIFTY MAID KRAFT BAR B QUE

Saturday.job well done August. 17 is Turkey Roast 4 PKG LBS, $299 GR. Beef .10 PKG LB $749 Apple I Juice 2 32'0.CANS. 88C Sauces . . '"ITl.BEEFBY '".. 39c
registration for all new girl
scouts, at the Methodist
Church 10 a.m. to noon.
Parents are urged to bring THRIFTY MAID CUTBEANS
their girls at that time so they

can fall.be placed in Carolyn a troop 964-5812 Eaves this HASH ,. GREE I ORANG'JUICE



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,11 I Or Of Thanks til | 9c J 2SC $ 6

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15 i/a-o z. GREEN 16oz. 6oz. T
YOU CAN CANS CANS Uf M *
Many thanks to all my friends,

and Bradford a special County thanks Hospital to the _
personnel, for the flowers and THRIFTY MAID CREAM STYLE OR WESTERN RIPE MORTON ASSORTED MEATDINNERS
attention during my recent stayin

the Bradford Martha County Jane Hospital.Maynard W. K. CORN CANTALOUPESSAVE


............................ EXCEPT HAM A BEEF


We would THANK like YOU to thank our 47e $ u* $
many friends for the kindnessand .
sympathy extended to us in 5 2 $1
the loss of our loved one, Mrs. 16-oz. r f' _
Frankie Hazen. God Bless You. : 11-oz.

-. Don&Minnie Lou Patray CANS ; FOR PKGS.THRIFTY :

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MAID THRIFTY MAID. SAVE lOc.DIXIE DARLING RAISIN CINNAMON. FRUIT OR LillY LIMEADE OR REGULAR OR PINK

We would THANK like to YOU thank each Applesauce 3 CANS 88C Corn 6 CANS Bo.. $100 Pecan Buns . VKG. 53C Lemonade 7 CANS 6'0.. $100
of friends that hel ped us in
our
SOUTHERN BISCUIT SAVE CRACKIN'' GOOD CALIFORNIA WHITE SEEDLESS SUPERBRAND IC! CREAM

our time never of be need.shown Our enough gratitudecan bywords Flour. 0 5 BAG68C Saltines. . 2 pl pl88c' Grapes..2 IBS 88C Sandwich . ''P 99C
but we can only say -
BEST OF SHOW
TUNA SAVE CRACKIN' GOOD TOASTER U S No 1 REGULAR OR RED BLISS SUPERBR4NO!

much."We appreciate" it ever so Cat Food . 6 CANS $1 1 Pastries . 2 PKGS.: 88C Potatoes 10 BAG'' 88C Fudge Bars 2 PKGS.12 PR.: $1

-Wilber, Rita&B.B.Rogers THRIFTY MAID MIXEDVegetables SAVE I7c DIXIE DARLING FAMILY HARVEST FRESH

............................. 6 CANS $100 Bread . 3 "ACVES $1 1 Peaches . 3 LBS $100
SAVE 20c.ASTOR. FRUITCocktail SAVE I7c DIXIE DARLING HAMBURGER BUNS OR HOT DOG HARVEST FRESH SUPERBRAND WHIP

The family THANK of YOU William Bzie . 6 CANS O $100 1 Rolls . 3 :pYo's: 88C Lettuce . LB.23c Topping . -2 CTNS: : $100
Raulerson wishes to express our .......... ......... ....... ............................. p.. ........................... ........-................-.... .........................._. ..
appreciation for the many .
'
prayers food flowers and more EXTRA: EXTRA ::1 Ex.--R, EXTRA EXTRA, :
during the great loss of our loved one, such kindness and / WIVM Knr.n.COWPOM AMD PUICMAM OP / W tw PI.tOUPOM MO PVKM I O* WITH Mlw f*l*C4WMM MO PbMCMAII O* / witM ---n.COWPOM PW.AM.M orlLB / WITH MlwtPAMP. COUPON MO ru.am a
thoughtfulness can never be for 1 1 IB at CAN TIT n 9.01 PKG CRACKIN' GOOD I CAN / 2.IB. !PKO. '
14 o= BTl SURE MAGIC ROACH 6 III TWIN WAVY OR TWIN !lAIN ASTORCoffee. BANQUeT'Cleaner
gotten. 1 Ant Bomb:1: Potato Chips Fried Chicken :
-The Raulerson Family GOOD THRU AUGUST 21 GOOD THRU AUGUST 21:1: GOOD THRU AUGUST 21 GOOD THRU AUGUST 21 / + GOOD THRU :
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Shop. Colorbrite Non-Face 1 2 IB. PKO 1 ONE 4 LBS OR MOU" 8 ... PKG. MORNINGSTAR. FARM 1 32'0. PKG. ON COR / THin 6-.. CANS //
20 cents each. Thick lead 1 FREEZER QUEEN / USDA CHOICE BEEF "' BREAKFAST / B..f.lalbbu M Slull.d P.pp.rDoubleEntreeDinner / MINUTE MAID
opaque colorama 30 cents Meat Dinner Boneless Roast : Patties or Links Grape Juice
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August 13.1974 TELEGRAPH Page
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ACTIVITIES Out Of- State Hunters [:
Church of God Sunday on Friday night on Road 16.
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- LAWTEY Leslie is in Bradford County CommunityNews Need Safety TrainingFlorida I
vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. YPE Hospital Starke, and Earl is -
and Prayer meeting Saturday in North Florida Regional sportsmen planning planned."
7:30: () p.m. ty Elizabeth Terry Hospital, Gainesville, with his hunts in other states this fall
Faith Baptist Church -1 I leg broken just below the will be out of luck unless they States and provinces

Radio Program over WPXE 8 baby daughter Kelly Ann 'aturday at St. Augustine knee. Our prayers and love successfully complete an requiring hunter safety
a.m. Sunday. Bible School 10 born August 7 in Lake Shore Beach, and Sunday afternoonwith are with them. approved hunter and firearm certification are: Kansas,
a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. Hospital Lake City. Mr. his brother and sister-in- On Thursday night Mrs. safety training course prior to Colorado, New Mexico,
and 7:30: p.m. School on Bible Duncan is Principal of Lawtey law Mr. and Mrs. Benton Jack Kuhne and children, and departing the Sunshine State. California, Connecticut,
Doctrine Tuesday 8 p.m. at Elementary School. Futch and family, of Starke. Mrs. Carolyn Holmes and ELIZABETH GiVENS WALKER According to Captain JamesW. Delaware Michigan, Min
Pastor's home. Prayer Mr and Mrs. Ricky Taylor, Miss Terry returned home children were guests of their Carter, Hunter Safety nesota Montana, NewHampshire
Meeting 7:30 p.m. Bible of Clay Hill are the proud with them on Monday for a brother-in-law and sister Mt. Zion AME Church, Rev. Training Coordinator for the New Jersey, New
Study. parents of a son, Ricky Glenn, vacation.Mr. Chief and Mrs. VernarciHughes SCHOOL NEWS Kittles pastor. Sunday School, Game and Fresh Water Fish York, Oregon, Pennsylvania,
Grace United Methodist born August 7, in Baptist .and Mrs. Ernest Hewitt, and family, of Green Adult Bassic classes closed 10 a.m. At 3 p.m. Rev. Lamb Commission, 21 states and Utah Rhode and Island South Dakota,
Church Sunday School 9:45: Hospital, Jacksonville. of Tallahassee, are spending Cove Springs for a barbecue.Mr. Monday night at RJE. Each will hold the last quarterly Canadian provinces now Washington Canada
a.m. Morning Service 11 a.m. sometime with their parents, .and Mrs. Harry Busbee, interested adult is asked to conference, August 18,for this require certification) of provinces with therequireme'lt
August 18 is "The High Cost of PERSONALSMr. Mr.and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. Mr. of Jacksonville, spent keep in touch and register for conference year. All members training before a nonresident are Manitoba,
Low Living." Vacation Bible and Mrs. Leon Starling and Mrs. Cecil Dobbs and Thursday with their sister, the fall and winter term, invited to be present. hunter can obtain a hunting Ontario and Quebec.

School will be August 19 and Mrs. Louie Belle Payne, family, of Huntsville, Ala., Mrs. Loca Raulerson. which will begin in Sep- The annual Women's Day license. Information about Florida's
through the 23. Wednesdaynight of Orange Springs went to the who came down while their Mrs. J.E. Mciver, of Ocala, tember. Any course desired program will terminate Carter said, "Requirementsvary Hunter and Firearm Safety
Choir Practice 7 Smokey Mountains brother spent sometime with her may be requested. If enough among the states and
p.m. N.C. for Burney was in Sunday, August 25. All Training may be obtained by
United Methodist Fellowship several days.Sympathy surgery and remained for his sister. Mrs. Wilma Wainwright students register it will be members are asked to provinces. One state or writing the Game and Fresh

7:30: p.m.United. of the community funeral, returned home offered. cooperate with this activity. province will require 16-year- Water Fish Commission, 5950
Methodist Women is extended to the family and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Pleasant Grove United olds to take the course while West Colonial Drive, Orlando
met at the church on Tuesdaywith close relatives of) Burney A.E. Massey, pastor of Durban, of Atlanta, Ga., CHURCH NEWS Methodist Church, Rev. Willie another will make it a 32804.
Miss Arthurine Blan- Dobbs who visited with their brotherinlaw Greater Allen Chapel AME requirement for 21-year-olds,
passed away Faith Baptist Church, at- Stitt pastor. Prayer Meeting ----------
chard presiding. Mrs. Coss early Monday morning in St. tended an Annual Missionary and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Church, Rev. B.C. Williams each Tuesday night at 7:30.: so it's best to check hunter Be yourself. Who else is
gave the devotional. This was Vincent's Hospital Conference at Clarksville O.J. Boyette, and other pastor. Services will begin Bible Class each Thursday safety requirements well in better qualified?
their regular business Jacksonville. Our love and Baptist College and Bible relatives. Cheryl and Angela with Sunday School at 10 a.m. night at 8. Sunday School, 10 advance through wildlife Frank 1" Giblln II
meeting, after which meeting prayers are with them. Baptist Church at Clarksville, went home with them and Morning service at 11. At 3 a.m. Morning service at 11. agencies where hunts are
adjourned. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Tenn. The Conference was spent a week. Their parents, p.m. the Choir Union will be Evening service 3 p.m.
Highland Baptist Church Thomas Smith and family Tuesday through Thursday.He Mr. and Mrs O.J. Boyette held at Macclenny, Allen Mt. Pisgah AME Church,
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. regret to learn that their went with pastor and Mrs. went to Atlanta and got them Chapel AME Church. Evening Rev. B.F. Franklin pastor. (1 l ID L D44 QCI'Luia( '(!J (B ccs(
Morning Service 11 a.m. Choir trailer on Old Lawtey Road Jim Washer, of Missionary then they went to Sum service 5:30.: Sunday School, 10 a.m
Practice 6:30: p.m. Evening burned July 28. They are Faith Baptist Church, of mervllle and Charleston, S.C. All members are asked to Morning service at 11.
Service 7:30: p.m. Prayer living in an apartment in Hollywood.Mrs. visiting. Their cousin, Rodney please cooperate with the Evening service, 5:30.: n GROUP THREE
Meeting Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Starke at present. They planto Jack Kuhne, John and Rentiers, returned home with Rally Day activity, which Free Canaan True Church HPROL
Northside Baptist Church get another trailer as soon Randy were Monday over them. terminates Sunday,August 25. of God In Unity Elder
Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship as it can be worked out. night guests of her sister, Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Quincy All captains are asked to Sampson White pastor. EPPS
Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: Jeanne Lee and sister Wm. Mobly, of Chiefland. Godwin, of Lakeland, were contact each member, and Wednesday night Prayer
p.m. Prayer Meeting Wed. Bettie Tresca, of Keystone While there she visited her guests of their brotherinlawand each member contact the Meeting and Terry service. I

nesday 7:30: p.m.SCHOOLNEWS. Heights, spent Tuesday af- stepfather and mother, Mr. sister, Mr. and Mrs. captain. Friday night Teaching and EARNESTLY SOLICITS YOUR VOTE AND
ternoon with their parents and Mrs. Jim Newsom. Harold Eunice, Saturday Annual Conference will Prayer Service. Sunday SUPPORT ON SEPTEMBER 10I
: Mr. and Mrs. G.L. Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Edward afternoon. begin in Jacksonville, Sep- services will begin with
All parents and students are of Dowling Park. Broward and family, of Miss Robyn( Tinsler tember 10. Rev. R.E. Lamb Sunday School at 10 a.m. I feel that my 18 years of<< administrative work ;:' .
reminded that school will Mrs. Luther ]Milliard and Jacksonville, spent Friday returned home Monday aftera will hold his last Quarterly Morning service at 11. well qualify me to serve as a member of your ''.;-t../t... .
begin on August 26 at 8:30.: Daryl Mrs. Effie Ogilvie and with their mother Mrs. Loca long visit with her grand- Conference September 1013. Evening service at 7. City Council and I will do my best to merit your vote
There have been no changes Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Kite and Raulerson. parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Rev. Williams will be at At 3 p.m. an appreciation and support.
planned in bus routes so pupilscan their daughter, Cathy went in Pete Peterson of Steele, of Livingston, Tenn. tending. service will be given for Thank You
expect to be transportedby their motor home to Six Flags Gainesville, stopped by for a Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellan Pleasant Grove United Deacon Horrace Dean at the (F'alel Pol. Adv.)
the same schedule as last Over Georgia, and on to the short visit with Mr. and Mrs. and Rev. and Mrs. Cecil Methodist Church, Rev. Willie church.
year. Smokey Mountains Maggie Barry Watts and Barry Lee. Crawford enjoyed a vacationin Stitt pastor. Weekly services .. i
Any parent who has not Valley N.C., Rock City and Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Cherokee, N.C. and went began with Choir"rehearsal

registered their child for Chattanooga, Tenn. They Norman and girls, of Miami sightseeing. Wednesday night. Sunday Priest's Final I
Kindergarten should plan to spent one night with the were Friday overnight guestsof Donald Wilkison spent the services follows. Church
come by the school before Emory Eunices.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Edward weekend at Kingsbay, Ga. School, 10 a.m. Morning
August 26. Parents are also and Mrs. Fate Redd of Roberts; also Mrs. Flora with the Army Reserve. Worship at 11. At 4 p.m. the Summer Clearance Sale
Mr. and Mrs. Chuckle United Methodist Women will
urged to get Het.lth Macon, Ga., returned to their Roberts and son Ulysses of
Examination and Immunization home after a month's visit Miami and Mrs. Beulah Rentiers and family, of meet concluding services for <
papers complete with their mother Mrs. O.J. Norman. On Saturday they Summerville, S.C. visited Mr. the day. Now On
before school starts. Phillips, and Danny. with the Roberts, left for and Mrs. O.J. Boyette and Ebenezer Baptist Church,
Parents are asked to en- Mrs. Jack Kuhne and Mrs. Pineknot Ky., to visit their family. Later they went to Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. 4I sf. )
courage their children to use Henry Hodges took 32 of the grandmother, Mrs. Becky Lakeland and visited Mr. and Weekly services begin with .
Mrs. Don Boyette, and en- Bible Class and Prayer
the new sidewalk if they plan young people of the church ona Wilson. While there they wentto
for them to walk from the City skating party at Lake Butler Boone, N.C. and met Mr. joyed several points of interest tonight at 7:30.: Communionwill
and Mrs Oscar Carter Sheri while there. be given Thursday night. i
Hall to school. Children Tuesday night. ,
area 1 /2 Off
Mrs. Daisy Boch, Lynn Sunday services will begin
who ride bicycles are asked to Mrs Albert Bennett and and Danny Norman. They (
use the road and practice daughter of Seville were returned home Friday night. Basil and Michah Griffis, of with Sunday School at 9:30.:
Palatka were guests of Mr. Morning service at 11. Dinner
Wednesday overnight guest of Mrs Gloria Licea and
proper safety precautionswhen her sister-in-law. Mrs. Michelle of Miami are and Mrs. Thomas Whaley, of will be served at 12:30.: Regular : c.
going to and from the
Douglasville, Ga., Monday to Evening service, 6
school. Darlene Norman, and sons. spending sometime with their p.m.
Mr. and Mrs. Friday. The Home Mission Society Price
Ralph Futch. Jeff and parents, Doyle ,
Paul McCIellan. of Vidalia, is scheduled to meet each
Karen, of Black Mountain Starling.
;NEW; AIUUVAI.S Ga.,and Jeffrey McCIellan of Monday night, before the Has Been Made On r"
:.Mr. and Mrs Jim Duncanare N C. spent Friday to Monday Friends of Leslie and Earl
Starke dinner fourth in each
Sunday Sunday month.
with their aunt, Miss Phillips regret to learn that were
the proud parents of aCCCCCCCCCCCCCOC of their Sister Louise Jackson Items At This
Elizabeth Terry. They spent3OOOOOOOOOOQOOOOO they were hurt in a car wreckcccccccacccccca guests grandparents, Many Big
Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellan. president. Wednesday night
Mrs. Rosa Lee Brown and before the fourth Sunday in Store Wide Summer
Mrs. Pierce Crews visited September the Associationwill '
Gary Jordan, who underwent begin at Keystone Clearance Sale.

heart surgery at North Heights, Pleasant Grove All Close Out Items Are r
Florida Regional Hospital, Baptist Church. Senior Choir
INFLATION Gainesville, on Monday.Mr. rehearsal was held Wed First Quality Goods u.
nesday night.Greater.
and Mrs. Nicholas
Bethlehem Item In This Sale Was A Good Value
Craddock, of Alexandria, Va., Freewill Baptist Church, Rev. Every At Regular Price

Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dees, Mrs. Jasper Williams pastor. But At Half Price UnbelievableVan
Dorothy Dix and family, and
Monday night Tiny Tots and
Mr. and Mrs Sammie Batton, Ushers Board No. :3 met. H. Priest Store Is The Place To Go For Half Price Sale
of Orange Park, and Mrs.
Tuesday night Senior Choir
Elizabeth McGuffey and rehearsed. Wednesday night When Van H. Priest Company Says Sale They Mean Sale!
IGHTER family, of Jacksonville, Prayer Meeting. Thursday
prepared lunch and came to
the Ladies Circle
night will
see Mr. and Mrs. Russel Wood meet. Friday night Prayer
and family on Thursday night Band will meet. Saturday Van H. Priest Company
for a get-together and dinner will be served from the
fellowship. These families kitchen. Sunday services will
used to be their neighbors and begin with Sunday School at

surprised the Woods. 9:30.: ( Morning service at 11. Starke Florida
r Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Dinner will be served at 12:30.:

Pringle, of Worthington Evening Worship, 6 p.m.
Springs were guests of their
sister, Mrs. Pierce Crews, on
Tuesday.Mr. .
and Mrs. Virgil Griffis f ELECT
and family and Jerry
Robison, of Palatka, were
Sunday dinner guests of their
mother, Mrs.[ Nellie Wilkinson -
1 Mrs. Daisy Bah, and t 4
Lynn. ArthurGASKINS
Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Ren

tiers, of Charleston, S.C. were
Friday overnight guests of .
Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Boyette,
Jr., Saturday they were
..
.
........ .' dinner guests of their parents,
"-' .. Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Boyette,
,W Y Sr., of Lake City.
Mrs. Iva McKinney spent i
Y Re
Sunday afternoon with her ;

EASY LIVING FOR YOUR FAMILYIN cousin, Mrs. Pierce Crews.
Mr. and Mrs. J.F. Robertson SCHOOL BOARD
,visited their brother,C.E. '
A MOBILE HOME Campbell, who is a patient in 't ,p ,
St. Luke's Hospital MEMBER
Jacksonville, on Sunday.
Mrs. Elsie Norman and her v

aunt, Mrs. Lillie Boree, of

NO LOT RENTAL DUE Middleburg three weeks, went visit by with plane her fora t ; DISTRICT 1


FOR FIRST HALF OF YEAR and son-in-law Mrs. Robert and daughter Vance,, Mr.and COUNTY AT LARGEA

son,of Portland, Ore.This trip
was a gift from the Vances.
During the layover in
SEE OLIN'S FOR DETAILS Chicago Mrs. Mabel Y' 4( F

Peterson son and daughter,
visited with them two hours. vote for Arthur Gaakina is a vote for a wise investmentin


Mobile Homes are going fast! sea While"Cando.fishing there" Mrs.they on went the Norman deep boat your ehilds future and your tax dollar


I I ACT NOW BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE They caught also two went large to salmon.Ilwaco, Arthur Gaskins is active In civic and community affairs,

i Wash and toured the and Is respected for sound and economic judgment, and

I Columbia River back to will be trustworthy and reliable) in spending your tax
I ALSO Used Mobile Homes Portland.They went on Mt.
3 up
I Hood and threw snowballs dollar Arthur Gaskins will be humble In serving you as

I AVAILABLE and to Dalles Mountain, to your school board member. He understands your child's

I Vancover, Wash. and to educational needs and will be a representative of all
I I BUY NOW WHILE THE PRICE IS LOW Sovice Island. citizens as a member of the school board.
I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Napoli, of

I See Mark Olin Today He Is Ready To Save YouMoney Jacksonville, were recent
I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Give ARTHUR GASKINS an opportunity to prove to you ARTHUR GASKINS believes In Integrity and honesty

I OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 9 A.M. 8 P.M. a SUNDAYS 1 P.M. 6 P.M.OLIN'S Hilliard and Daryl. he Is concerned with your child's education as well government and will never be too busy to ditcuss-
I
I ------------ as your tax dollar with you your child's educational needs and Improve-

I FOR SALE: All kinds of office, ARTHUR GASKINS will always have an open mind to ment In our school system.
MOBILE home, and, school supplies.
I far advancement of our educational
I Coma by'The Office Shop or suggestions ARTHUR GASKINS Is strong-willed, strong-minded and
I call 964-6306 for Mrvice.NfEO system and is sincere in his desire to be your school forward.
I HOMES ------------ board member from DISTRICT ONE. straight
I TO CLEAN YOUR
I TYPEWRITER? Cane by The Your vote and active support will appreciated
I Hwy. 100 Starke 9645606lOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOOOQOOOOOOQOOOi. Office Shop and pick up some
I liquid or sheet cleaner for your Paid Pol. Adv. Arthur Gaskins
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--,- --- BC Juvenile Arrest Rat OneDf- Lowest -------'. --

etHTOTCJALSOur County Agents
GAINESVILLE -- Total The arrests are based on the Taylor counties had the lowest Persons interest., in
juvenile arrests for Bradford "Juvenile Age Population at juvenile arrest rates in the 19- receiving copies of the
W ._ Notebook County decreased 22 in 1973 Risk" which includes all county District II, Governor's newsletter should contact:
_
!:t leaving the area with one of youths between ages 7-17 Council on Criminal Justice Public Education and In-
the lowest juvenile arrest according to the Florida area served by the Public volvement Project, P. O. Box
rates in North Central Florida Department of Youth Ser Education and Involvement 14572, Gainesville FL 32604.
By with 4 arrests per 1,000 youths. vices The arrest figures were Project which released the The newsletter also gives i
There were 12 juvenile compiled by the Florida information in a monthly brief summaries of the latest ;
BobbyTaylor
National i:, arrests in 1973 compared with Department of Law Enforcement newsletter, Inside-Out, legislation in the correctionsarea I
Long ; :34 in 1972 for Bradford County devoted to community and provides current !
which has a youth populationof Bradford along with Baker, corrections programs in recommended reading. \
2.969. Dixie Madison, Nassau and District II material '
Nightmare Is Over I'\

-
While dry weather is
with the press and other media, and seriously threatening the corn
No strife no bloodshed no above board government. and soybean crops:!! in the Mid-
heads rolling from the West, our folks are wondering

3imple resignationin when these daily rains will
guillotine just a
address convincedus
Mr. Ford's
Though end. Some of our local areas
payment for committing "high crimes that he is everything that Mr. Nixon are getting over an inch of
and misdemeanors" in the highest officeof only pretended to be, in the way of rain almost daily This is
the land is making it difficult to get a
honesty and candor, that not to say
good quality hay in the barn
Where else could it happen but in the that he has instant solutions for all thenation's when it looks like cattlemen O t 1 1 I
ills. might be facing one of the
United States of America?
most difficult winters ever as SHOPPING Eta
loathsome Mr. Ford's strength is that he believesin far as feed and cattle pricesare U.S. SOl South CENTER Starke .
the atmosphereof concerned.
Suddenly
talk compromise with the other
open
nivance suspicion and, abused intrigue authority deceit, con has branches of government and the importance With this in mind I have Open Mon Wed 9 To 8- Thurs. Sat 9 To 9- Sun 12 To 6

of setting a good example of been encouraging cattlemen
vanished from the White House, and in
consider their
morality for the Nation. management
GARCIA-MITCHELL 300
its place has come an atmosphere of practices and produce a high

openness, candor honesty, simplicity to be that he quality forage as efficiently as If YOU CAN OWN ONE 8PINNINQ
weakness
and straightforwardness. Washingtonand His may prove possible. A good forage REEL THE 3OO SHOULD BE ITI
is a conservative partisan man, confronted is the cornerstone on
program
the Nation can breathe freely again The Mitchell 300 is the standard of excel
problems that which virtually sue 1
without the of lung pollution. by staggering every lence against which all others are measured -
danger might require drastic remedies, both at cessful ranching operation is And with good reason The 300 is
home and abroad. As observed by built. A successful program the most solidly engineered reel made Two 1499
Most of the major democratic governments "Good must supply a sufficient spools-each with different line capacity-
of the world have changed handsin columnist James Reston, quantity of good quality feed more than double its versatility. Smooth,
character and good intentions, which are when the feed is needed. y 'Constant-cycle' gear train, tungsten car
the last few monthsGreat Britain, now changing the mood in Washington, 1 bide line guide, one-spot lubrication, cor
France, Germany Japan, Israel, and will not themselves deal with high Several inter-related factors ros resistant finish, new Teflon drag and
finally the United States, but nowherehas by such as selection of oihte bushings
the transition been smoother or inflation prices unemployment money" forage plants best suited for
than shortage and high interest rates. the intended purpose, good
under more trying circumstances liming and fertilization

here. Mr. Ford has called himself "a practices and good pasture GARCIA-AMBASSADEUR 5000

moderate in domestic affairs, an inter management techniques are
Perhaps that is best although we involved in developing such asprogram. THE WORLD FINEST BAITCASTINQ
nationalist in foreign affairs, and a conservative .
Forage quality is REEL WITH UNIQUE PEATURESt
have natural revulsion to aides
seeing
a in fiscal policy." This sounds simply a yardstick used to
and underlings go on trial and perhaps, the value of The 5000 combines more accurate, .
like winning combination, but becauseMr. measure a foragein
a point casting with less possibility of
to jail, for perpetrating crimes, while the Ford is a more genuine and higher producing animal products lash than any other casting reel. 2988
one who set the scene and gave the conservative than Mr. Nixon, Some of the terms used are ugal brake anti-backlash mechanism,
principled digestible energy, total calibrated mechanical brake.
orders either is"punished"
,
implied or explicit the new President has sometimes, in the digestible nutrients crude free spool, silent level wind, no-tool
by resigning from otlice witha past, shown evidence of being more protein and digestible : down, smooth and powerful fully adjustable
$60,000 annual pension and. $90,000 rigid sometimes even stubborn.His protein. l star drag
annual expense account for life.

Forage quality is influencedby s .
toward the -- -
generosity
past management factors suchas
Our fear in this situation
greatest since his first days in liming and fertilization, '
Pentagon
however, is that Mr. Nixon, never fackle. file 1)1i'lIes.
!
and
Congress has been exceeded only by his plant species plant .
admitted his
having clearly guilt, toward domestic social maturity at the time of
blaming his resignation on "lack of tightness grazing, or harvest. There are fresll""u'csuit'
leaderhe
As House Republican
by the Congress," without programs. significant difference in
support Medicare, housing bills, raisesin value between
fought feeding groupsof
that lack of existed,
saying why support
the minimum moves to divert plants such as grasses
will succeed in his efforts to down in wage
go versus legumes. Legumes 99
highway funds to mass transit, the Zcbco4O4 3
history as a martyr and a folk hero (clover) are almost always '
and for ,;
rather than one whose abuse of power poverty program grants higher in feeding value than '
and obstruction of justice brought us to education and the alleviation of grasses. Research at the Beef e Brawny metal gears
Of such "tightness" in Research Unit Gainesvillehas .
the brink of dictatorship.The pollution. course in Spring-loaded drag
these areas is what many Americanswant shown that beef cattle e Silent, selective anti-reverse

or at least what they say they grazing grass-clover pastures e Filled with Zebco premium lineLEW'S
changed atmosphere of the White generally have higher calving
House was very much in evidence in Mr.Ford's want. percentages and wean heavier
speech following his oath-taking, calves than similiar cows on

and again Monday night as he addressed But whatever his shortcomingsand grass pastures. SPEED STICKSWITH
all have themMr.. Ford has
men one
both houses of Congress and the Nation. There are also differences
The tone was one of cooperation, conciliation overriding advantage over his pre between grasses. Winter "SPEED-RING GUIDES
and compromise rather than decessor. At least we can watch him on forage grasses such as rye.
with the that he is and and
television feeling ryegrass oats sum
and double-
dogmatism, deviousness
the truth. mer annual grasses like millet
telling us
)
1888
dealing.In and sorghum x sudangrass,
are of be'ter quality than E
1
!
How sweet it is to have an approachable
such the 1
contrast to the Nixon Nightmare of perennial grasses as
if 'UJ'MA"O '
human in the White House bahias i
being and bermudas.
closed doors, bugged telephones, and \
rather than However these annuals
again an unapproachable
whispered intrigues Mr. Ford broughtus
robot. grasses are expensive to grow
the promise of open doors, candor political and good management is
necessary to make them
economical to use. "INGSspmmos'ec


You Could Ask Questions greater Plant effect maturity on has forage a

quality than any other single
factor. Very simply, old plantsare II

All Night LongSchool than lower young in plants.feeding Quality value of QUALITY MONO LINE

plants decline rapidly as they 8 to 30# 119
reach maturity, and cattle
budgets have always been such evidence or to question the super will consume less of a low S.,11ley..

complicated to reporters attempting to intendent and his staff about the budget. quality quality forage forage.than of a high

explain the workings of education

spending and taxation. But in the past Questions rarely result in a specific Nitrogen fertilization In-

two years "73-74 and now '74-75 we feel answer. It's always "in the neighbor creases the protein content of
despite hundreds of questions and hood." Actual figures rarely see the lightof grasses. The other fertilizer
Stream
numerous meetings we are giving the day. Figures are quoted off the top of elements do not have an appreciable Old Pal Wood r?

shabbiest the head then later changed.It effect on quality,
explanation ever.
but they do help determine the
quantity of forage produced. YOUR .
The public is being shortchanged.What boils down to the school staff being :-

reluctant to supply specific figures or Since quality and quantity CHOICE

we want to make clear is that unable to supply such data which shouldbe forage is necessary for a

local newsmen have attended school readily available. successful operation, and
fertilizer costs
since are high
board budget work sessions and regular while cattle prices are low, I
meetings as always in an effort to learn Supt.Temple indicated Tuesday nighthe have urged cattlemen to $ T66

the intricacies of school finance. Admittedly and his staff have prepared budget consider a grass-clover forage 1560 Tackle Box
comparison information going back 10 program if they have clover
news reporters are not experton
school finance. years and a summary of proposed expenditures land We have a good circular 23 compartments-'inJ3"trayaJprallJtypespfjures 1550 PLANO Tackle I Box
for 1974-75 by line item. This that outlines the steps for [ and tackle. Traysare ribbed for
more efficient legume '2 ABS Stay Dri i Ribbed I trays have
Our .best efforts at understanding information has been repeatedly (clover) production. Call or extra) strength..... -- Color........Burnt. Orange.-- 20 for all sizes of
leave us still minus a basic understanding requested of the superintendent and Lf come by for your copy and get Miracle Polypropylene.7 compartments
of the 1974-75 budget adopted by the it is brought to light tonight should your program underway. baitS. Burnt Orange

school board Tuesday night and to be provide a better understanding of the

aired at a public hearing tonight school budget though virtually after the Santa Fe Trustees 12' SEMI-V ALUMINUM BOAT


(Thursday Aug. 15)) at 7 p.m./ fact. 9,, ....::
Meet 3:30 Today ,'

School board meetings henceforth,
Reams of paper have been distributed will be held on the second Monday nightof GAINESVILLE August 12-
to the press and school board members the month at least until after the The Board of Trustees of
though board Santa Fe Community Collegewill
members are often
election.
The public hearing on the hold its regular monthly
provided additional material not supplied budget is tonight.The meeting at 3:30: p.m. on
to the public or press. Perhaps the Thursday, August 13, at the
board members know more than we public's presence demanding college's Northwest Campus

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,\ / 'rELEGRtI'll "age 13 First Baptist OfStarke Sweeps





'II y District 2 Softball Championship



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First Baptist Church of HockledRe of Cocoa 20.7 and In state championship back to way; 25 hits against 9 for all the teams enjoyed a
!/, Starke swept four consecutive the final game Sunday af- Starke, Milner said. Bunnell in the first game, 23 fruitful experience
d, games to win the District II ternoon defeated St.Augustine Six teams played In the hits against 14 for First Baptist will travel to
\ church slow.pitch softball Cathedral again 11-6. tourney which rocketed St.Augustine in the second, 25 Tallahassee for the first state
tournament at the Westside "We are looking forward to Starke First Baptist into state hits against 13 for RockledgeIn tournament game slated at 9
Park here last weekend.In participating in the state competition. the third game, and 14 hits p.m.This
the Friday night game tournament at Tallahassee against II for St.Augustine in note comes from
First Baptist walloped this weekend, Aug. 16.17." During the four game streak the final game. members of the First Baptist
Bunnel1 First Baptist 215. Bob Milner said Tuesday. the FBC team racked up 82 Best average attained by a Starke team:
,y"j Saturday morning beat There will be 10 teams from hits from 172 times at bat hitter went to Wayne McLeod "We want to express our
SI.Augustine Cathedral 17.9, around the state and First That's a 500 team average and with an average of 647. sincere appreciation to all
; y i r Saturday afternoon whipped Baptist Starke should have an more than 2D hits per game. McLeod smashed five homers who made our tournament
w/ f: yor, Pa/a4 defending district champ excellent chance to bring the The breakdown went this and earned 14 RBis for the such a success. The list is too
t laAlwnt tourney. long to mention all. but particularly -
S1AltuI ', Other lOp hitters were: Norman Farms
O"I\'o" Tennis Machine Second, Johnny Powell, 611 and Grey team, Dale Brown's Dairy
Open Tourney Flynn, 571. Danny McKinney Queen, and Charlie Schaefer
S' 2 Local Teams and Randall McGee hit 529 for for donating the beautiful

.....p9tR A. J the four game series and three trophies. Randall Davis and
.
r \Q1t' Set At Club Here Lose others tIed at 500, Donnie Ute" recreation department
> 'Tourneys Bagwell,Eddie Hazen and Bill Charles Francis, our
Entry blanks be picked Kelton. scorekeeper and all those
\\Ullk' An tennis may Three Starke softball teams
"open" tournament up at the golf pro shop, and Rain hampered the event working in Ute concession
"" [is scheduled the week went to separate tournaments
I" must be returned by 5 with postponments but all in stand.
of September 2-8 at the Starke pm of the past weekend with stiff
Golf and Country Club( with Saturday, August 24. Parings competition knocking out two
fl. for the tournament will be
F't three divisions and not and the third winning second
limited to club posted by 3 p.m. Sunday,
membership. August 25, at the country club place
Preliminary play In each of Interested players should The Green Machine came FREE $799
the three 12-and. home with second place in
age groups -
''ue
enter the number of
early as
t\, I -: .; "" under 13-17, and 18andoverwill participants will be limited. competition at Panama City
1 "I be held and will travel 10 Satelite
( Monday through
j/ J 1"l"t Friday, Sept 26. All semifinals Beach next Saturday to play GRASS CATCHER
{ t: Game time is
will be In regionals.
'' { played Saturday, Lake Butler
/ .f
Sept, 7, with the finals set 9:30 a.m.
1 t1J : t : Sunday, Sept. 8. Cunningham Gulf lost out In With Purchase Of Any
l-t ,- The tournament Is open to the Men's Open District II
: ,1/ :, ;t tS both men and women Play Wiggles By tournament but played hard HAHN RIDING MOWER
(. i I will be held In both singles and and well to get as far as they
: 1:,":, } h Pit doubles, but no doubles in the did this year. Priced From
," J ,' : I. 12-and-under group. YellolvBirds In Women's Open District II $52775For

;' .' ". : ,ro, j' )1M. An entry fee of $3 will be state tournament, Norman'sFarm
:: )
." ',, \ ..t' t ''''''. Y charged for each singles entry won their first game A 28' Cut, 7 H.P. B a S Engine
.J,. .:, h-'. and for each doubles team. by IIjalmar McMillan Friday night againstGrampa'sofFt.Iauderdale r To
'"'.,' ." \I Entry fee for the 12-and-under Last Thursday Starke's 6- $75995
3 ,y.ts' group will be a can of three Yellow Birds traveled to Lake 3 but dropped the next two -

: / new tennis balls. Butler to play softball. Both games Pensacola Suburban For A 30" Cut 10 HP.
Trophies will be awarded to teams played a great game Realty won 11.1 and Travelers .
the and of SI. Petersburg beat them 74 Syncro Balanced Cast Iro
winners of
with Lake Butler
BITS football oach Ua\hlllurse (front center) begins/ his 17th year In Starke this year runners.up winding up .
hacked by h0 returning/ t'oacht's and four new men each division. on top 1716In B & S Engine
harry lIatdwr III (1:11'11: row left) begins/ his third coaching year and :Mike Sexton (3rd row The tournament is open to the first inning l, Merrl All Models Carry 2 Yr. Warranty On Pow R Trac Gear
right) has bt't'n coaching/ for IZ years.Nrwcomerslalhe all persons; membership In Ormsbee lead Starke off with Dick Stone
the country club is not Drive Trans Axle System
tan are; Ilenny lid n t'n (12ml 1'0'pft' ), Bill Ilughes/ (2nd row right) Roger a home roo. Tracy George hit
Chilsoll (ht 1'0t'ft! ) and Reddy Coy (ht row right). required. a single and Nancy McNeal a We Take Mowers In Trade!
double. Teresa Hobbs hit a Rally SetAugust
single and went to second on
21 Seniors Veteran Coach Lead BHS Jv Gridders an error bringing in 2 more
runs.The Yellow Birds played 1 7 Stop Pests Now:
a strong defense and kept LB Plants
Meet Friday
Bradford High Football "ideouts on offense. Ill' comes "We look for good leader- from scoring.In A barbecue-rally honoring 12%
Coach David lIurse begins from Western Illinois where ship from our returning lettermen the second Inning, Sharon Richard (Dick> Stone, candidate .
season seventeen when he performed as a defensive ," lIurse said. Good Prospective junior varsity Hobbs got on base by an error. for the U.S.Senate, will Chlordane If's The
pregame work.outs begin bad. For the past several speed and quickness, football players are Invited to Luana Mundorff slugged the be held Saturday, Aug. 17, at Season
,. Aug. 19 for the '7-1 season. years he was head coach at a hopefully, will make up for a pre-practice organizational ball and ended up with a the John Whitehead farm [in Concentrate Controls
lIurse expects 21 seniors small high school In Illinois whatever size advantage the meeting tomorrow (Friday, double. Donna Samons hit a Union County.A Liquid for Planting
back along with a few Roger Chilson"ill coach the team might give up. Aug. 16) at 9:3D: a.m. in the single and got to second on an free barbecue with the Ants Roaches & Termites
returning lettermen from the jUnior varsity defensive line For the first time two field house,according to Head error. Starke scored 2 more usual corn on the cob and '4" $397
sophomore class, and junior lie played on the 656BiiS/ platoons may be used by the JV Coach Harry Hatcher of runs. Merrl Ormsbee got a oUter "trimmings" will be Pt, Pee. 15
varsity hopefuls. champIOnship ball clubs and BItS gridders.Some boys may Bradford High. base hit and went on to second served during the afternoon. ; 0
Four new coaches will be graduated from the Vniv. of go both ways but Hurse hopes on an error. A total of four Country and Blue Grass music % ChlordaneGranules
1'1a. runs scored in the 2nd. will be live
the staff to direct the to run separate offensive and provided by bands.
joining Michael 'Heddy" Cox will defensive squads.DEFENSIVEThe. Again the Yellow Birds held The public is Invited.AllSports Off On
in Jill
of the
potential Hed" uniforms young this men work with the junior varsity a: L1W E DlE LB to no runs. Plants
Big year. offensive i line lie attended slowest In the third inning Starke Club
Bill Hughes will coach the Mississippi Stale before man on the defense runs 4D eerea; Uru( failed to score as did LB. for Lawn & Garden Now In
offensive hne. Ill' graduated moving to St. Augustine. yards in 4,9 seconds, Hurse In the top of the fourth, 81 Stock
from FSV after playing high Coach I Ilurse[ call lack of says.A Merr[ Ormsbee scored and Joe hull president of 1974. 4 lb. Bag. Reg '2" $1LO.IDA
school ball in Cocoa Fla. his Tracy George followed with a 75 Bradford All-Sports Club,
home town is Winfield W Va depth a problem which this weakness of will the be three the home run The Yellow Birds announces that the first

Denny lIansen will direct team along with most high down Inexperience linemen had 9 runs. meeting of the year is set for
( and
nose man
the defensive secondary and school teams will have to two tackles>. This can be by !leU) Crawford In the bottom of the fourth, next Tuesday, Aug. 20 .
work with tight ends and contend with this )'ear, LB came alive. They scored 7 The All-Sports Club, formerly
... .. .. .. slam called Booster's Club GARDEN
- ------------------ runs, Including a grand
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Neil Crawford Is the winner 1omer.' and quarterback club, will
'En
:' of the Bassmaster Fisherman Starke failed to score [in the meet at 8 p.m in the Bradford CENTER

of the year award for the 73.7-1 5th while LB poured on more High School Field House ONT10l. 539 East Call St.nt.rlM ,
Hull Invites interested
eTREEaFOWRS season. steam and scored more runs.
\ Harold Branham finished The Yellow Birds trailed by persons to attend the meeting, 01. PH. 964.5745

second. The nine pound hawg one.In especially parents of athletes.
Neil landed back In Ute June the sixth Inning Janice
tournament on the Johns Jockel hit a single, Merrl
River was the deciding factor Ormsbee got to first on an
between he and Harold. error and Debbie Coltrane got
Harold Is a real on base with a fielder's choice. What Does
Nancy McNeal took a
Bassmaster. I'm sure he will
be a tough contender for the powerful swing and hit a
7-1-75 title. grand slam bringing In four
This award Is presented at more runs. Starke raised their H Honest This Spell ?
score to 13.
the end of each season. The
JIl' Slur/if' !'/a. season begins In August and Lake Butler scored 6 runs In A AbleR
21"1", 1'f'IlIJ1/fO r' & Landscape ends the following July, the 6th and lead the Yellow

The Bassmaster landing the Birds by three. Responsible


@(!JLJaaaaaQaaaa J(} ( ( $ ]( (B a$ 0aJl1 during most pounds Is the the of twelve winner.black Each tournaments bass. to single Starke win.and Sharon had Brenda one Hobbs last Sumner chance hit got a o Open ,;_.., .. _I

bass must measure 12 inches on base by a fielder's choice. L Loyal -I
Her sister, Tina, then plowed
Bud & Blaam FoIiagePlants or Dr better.J.E. Denmark was the the ball into right field for a D Dedicated I

winner of this award for the single. Donna Samons hit a _
Philodendron two previous years. Bill Tilley double, scoring Z runs for
Geranium Gal.51s9 :agc caught the biggest bass for the Starke Merrl Ormsbee hit a
72-73 season. double and Donna came E. Energetic 1..

Mix Varieties & Pothos Bill and J.E. can be tough, home.The game was tied at 16

so Bassmasters you better all.Lake
5.49 949S229 fish hard. Butler scored one run
Caladiums Gal Rex
Begonia The nine pound hawg Neil and the ball game was over. \V Willing
1 landed In the June tournament The final score Lake Butler 17
Angel Wing Sta! was also the biggest bass and Starke 16. A Above Board
Ligustrum Gal Begonia The Yellow Birds now have
Box Gal caught by a club member
I during the 73.74 season. a 3-1 record. T Trustworthy '

I Green: Varlgated Living Totem st history.The 73.74 Also season our first Is tournament now. Starke Lake Butler this will afternoon come to E Earnest

5229 (Thursday) to the Yellow
of the 74-75 season Is '
Plttosporum Gal Hanging Baskets S3seP history. At this point we find Birds again. lame time Is 5 R Reliable .

Denton Sumrall leading, with p.m. '
S Sensible
Bobby Allen in close second -

:J J Fill Dirt &- Lime Rack not These leave Bassmasters too much slack better in fly Neighbors Harold E.WatersDistrict 4

their lines. If they do It could
, Hauled When & Where You Want It spell trouble..
y Commission
r I heard one Bassmasler say County
; 9&4-BtD4 To Place Your Order that he Is tired of coming In
?,1 1 Call last. He plans to use every

j method In the book, he might
't 5rrvices Include even use the book. District 4
I Our There Is one way Denton
Dozer Work could be knocked out of first
Fill Dirt Landscaping place, the club could vote to elect Harold E. Waters
have our club president' EarlMuse"
Back Hoe Work
' to west
Landscape Design Lawn Maintenance carry Denton
Florida on a hawg hunt.
Sprinkler System August 20th will be our next ,
Sodding Sprigging meeting, so make plans to 5 ha fJ"opl. d man
attend. Don't forget the club
!' Estimates banquet August 2-1. 7,30: at the (Paid Part Adv.)I

Free .. : University Inn. Gainesville "Coafuclua say "
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. First Baptist Upsets Worthington SpringsFirst !! CP8(0CP i 8 qJ(0CU tK\f(0CWf

Baptist upset Department 1974 BRADFORD HIGH TORNADO
previously undefeated First Andrews Drugs won two -

Christian Women 10-8 and games last week, 19.7 over FOOT SCHEDULE (From Page 91) Mr.and Mrs. Jimmy Carter Mr. and Mrs John Miller;
Worthington Springs shut out Lake Butler and 9-8 over First SupperTo Honor and daughter, Pam, and Brad daughter, Mary Anne, and
Poor Boys Grocery 23-0 in a Baptist, and First Christian VARSITY Mrs Vergie Flynn has and Monica Miller of Daytona son, Kevin, attended the
game that last just two innings downed RMC 8-3 to remain the returned after a week in North Robert MorrisThe Beach were weekend guests of Florida Crown Printers picnic
as the second half ofWomen's only two undefeated teams inmen's S'pt.20 OCALA VANGUARD AWAY Florida Regional Hospital and Mr and Mrs S. M Miller. and swim party Saturday in I
Slow-Pitch Softball Softball action.
has visiting her her sister Green Cove Springs.
27 BUC1HIOLZ AWAY annual covered dish
began last week under the Lake Butler won its first Sept. Nora Price of Robert- .
Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J G. Jackson
in honor of Robert
Union County Recreation game of the season 11-8 r Oct. 4 ST.AUGUSTINE HOME sdale, Ala., for several weeks. supper Morris is set for August 24 by visited Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Miss Kathy Myers of
Oct. 11 LIVE OAK AWAYOct. members of the Keystone Griggs and baby daughter in Kingsley Lake and Miss ,,
Lets. Put A Ilardii'ttrkingtmtj\ 18 BOLLES HOME Mrs Ann Segers and sons of Heights Chapter No. 279 Jacksonville Sunday. Gwynn Phillips of Atlanta are
Oct. 25 EASTSIDE (HC) HOME Camden S.C. and Mrs. Katie Order of the Eastern Star. touring the western states for
llusinessnian To Work For Us Nov. 1 MACCLENNY AWAY Lee Gentry of Columbia, S.C. The supper will be held at Norman Ketchie of three weeks.
were last Thursday guests of Thomson Ga and children
the home of Worthy Matron
Nov. FERNANDINA HOME Mrs. J.L Gentry. Shannon and Lisa of
and Patron Nell and Wesley.
Nov. 15 ORANGE PARK HOME Lonnie Worthy Rhoden Lake Valdosta, Ga., were weekend ;Mrs.. H. B, McLendon
on
[ 1; I Ij Nov.22 NORTH MARION AWAY Mrs Mary Hansmeyer of Serena at 6:30: p.m. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bob arrived Thursday from .
Canoga Park Calif., Mr and Members are urged to Ferguson at Kingsley Lake. Orlando to spend several days
Mrs. Edward R. Scales and with her brother and sister-in-
GAME TIME 8 P.M. come and bring a covered
and law, Mr. and Mrs. E. L.
daughters, Debbie Cindy, dish and enjoy the Mrs. Elizabeth Stalnakerand r
of Miami and Dr. and Mrs. fellowship. children, Mrs J, G. Matthews, at Kingsley Lake '
j JUNIOR VARSITY John B. Heilman of Dolton Jackson and Rhonda Sue
Ga. will be weekend guests of Alvarez visited Mr and Mrs. Friends will regret to learn
S'pt.19 LIVE OAK AWAY the women's) parents, Mr. and Don Ray Tilley in Hollywoodlast that Mrs. Gladys Ayer is in
f' Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Carver
Mrs. Thomas S. Williams week. intensive care at Alachua
Sept.26 EASTSIDE HOME and
family were vacationing J
General Hospital following a
Oct.3 GAINESVILLE HOME in Lancaster, N. C. last week
.\ Rack Ladies Dresses Mr. and Mrs. Charles sudden illness last Friday
Oct. 10 NORTH MARION HOME '/2 Price at Stump'sMrs. Patrick of West Florida spent
:\\j Oct. 17 PAI.ATKASOUTH AWAY LTCandMrs. V Spengler the weekend with her mother
n
jt and guests, Mr. and Mrs
1 Mrs Gladys Weldon and
PARK K.G. Duncan of West
Oct.24 ORANGE HOME
Badman of New Brunswick
Lloyd
a -
t r Point, Ga. spent the weekend picked up their daughter,
_. ._ _. ..:.1fJJJ Oct.31 EASTSIDE AWAY with her son-in-law and Canada, visited Cape Cindy, who had spent the past HOKAcell's\ -
Nov. 7 BUCIIHOLZ HOME Mr and Mrs. Kennedy and Daytona Beach two weeks with Mr. and Mrs.
daughter Rudolph Crawford. Mrs. Sunday and Monday.Mr W.A. Weldon at Crystal Lake.

MARC JACKSONFOR GAME TIME 7 P.M. Duncan was accompanied by and Mrs. George Mrs. James Simmons and More'

Football """"""I.............................. her son and family Mr and Hamilton of Hampton, Tenn. daughter, Teresa, of Jackson-
Mrs K.T. Duncan who
(From Page 13) spent and Gary Hamilton of Atlanta ville visited Mr.\ and Mrs. C.
overcome by hard work and the weekend at Crescent spent the weekend with their and Trail Bikes
City Council that spring training produceda Beach. Mrs Duncan and Mr. G. Hill daughter, Ronna,
stiff competition Hurse parents, Mr.and Mrs. Sherrod Lake several l
says. pleasant surprise when two and Mrs. Crawford joined the at Kingsley days
GROUPl Both defensive ends are offensive guards developed Hamilton. last week.
family at Crescent Beach on
Than
We !Must Grow And Prosper experienced players and both freeing last year's guards to Sunday. of Children'sSummer Anyone
Rack
linebackers were starters last Harden-
But Orderly.We concentrate on defense. Mr. and Mrs. Don

!Must Serve The People Adequately- year.The defensive secondaryare The center position looked Local admittances to 1/2 Price at Dresses Stump's brook.Mrs.Miss Nelson Beth Green Wimberlyand visited Else In The
Bradford
But At The Lowest Cost Possible. good experienced players. strong he said.throughout the spring, week include County: Hospital James this R. Ricky Crawford of Mr. and Mrs. John Layton in

CHECK HIS RECORD -THEN YOU'LL should Overall be, defensively better with, the a team little The former weak-side guard Griffin,Jr., Frank Strickland Brooksville is spending two Callahan Sunday. World !
has been moved to strongsideto Mrs. Susanne Short, Marvin weeks with Mr. and Mrs.
MARCTIIE BALLOT Paid PO depth to back the starters.OFFENSIVEHurse Bill McGovernand
( Advl) up Rudolph Crawford. Gay, Randy
Mrs. Janet
fill a vacancy left when one Rosier Bowden,
says player was lost due to grades. A.G.Frame, Lloyd Gilpin Jr., Mark and Lee Harden- '-
I This leaves an opening for a Mrs. Ethel Woods, Mark Michelle Sapp daughter of brook were vacationing in the '
weak-side guard which must Milner Ancil Davis Karol Mr. and Mrs. George Sapp Smoky Mountains from
be filled. Zacek, Mrs. Cary Griffis,Mrs. celebrated her first birthday Friday to Monday.
[(! G (!(l.f1BU The two tight-end positionsare LaJuan Whittle, Mrs. Linda Sunday at the home of her ,
Marie McMillan of St
Mrs.
MAURICE grandparents, Mr and Mrs
well manned by three Thomas, Mrs. Ivy Wester and "
Dale Sheering. Guests included Petersburg spent Thursday to
experienced players. Mrs Ruby Starling, Starke: HOOAKASAtlt
with Mrs J. L
The team will not have an John Polk, Brooker; Mrs. aunts, uncles and Sunday \.d.
experienced quarterback and Lena Hozendorf. Melrose: cousins. Gentry. SIRVlCK. -
EDWARDS JR. will therefore depend more on David Browning and Mrs.
e t running than in the past years !Nancy; O'Guin, Raiford; Mrs. r_I.iiiilr.ll. .. .,_._1IIo.1.. _1II':3.:
*,v when strong passers Mae Combs, Macclenny; and e' NOW IN STOCK
dominated the offense. Earl Phillips, Sr., Lawtey. 1 TOUR
Your Four good running backs LEGACY FROM
will be utilized to carry the Ladies Pants Suits JAWA CZ
School Board Member ball. This will add versatilityto One Rack Only THE MEDICINE MANWho
; the offense and prevent Va Price at Stump's CALIFORNIASTREET
keying by opponents. With would ever think on entering today's
Districts only one runner available, Mr and Mrs. Edward streamlined pharmacy that many of the medicines BIKES
rival schools shifted to watch Pfiester and family returned available had their early beginnings with
for that man. Now the running Sunday from a three weeks the medicine man. Of course they have under- 175ee & 125ee
chores will be spread out and camping trip in the Smoky gone many changes and refinements. In early $

I WILL, IF ELECTED, STAND UP FOR OUR that will "keep 'em honest," Mountains and along the days certain Indians plants chewed In order on to roots extract(or leaves a "maglo) of Also

Hurse said. Atlantic seashore up to substance". This later evolved to a "more
Two running backs move Washington D.C. sophisticated" technique of cooking the roots
400 GRAND PRIX
CHILDREN, THE CITIZENS, AND THE over the 40 yards in 4.7 for hours and then boiling down the resultant w
seconds. "We'll be as strongas Mr and Mrs. E.R. Smyth of -- liquid. --
any team we face with Largo were Monday overnight MOTOCROSSERSpecial
TAXPAYERS OF OUR COUNTY these two runners," Hurse guests of her mother Mrs. Thousands of years have passed since these
said. Bertha Pearce. earliest processes were begun. Our contemporary .
V LLLL: [(:5 In the fullback slot two drugs may bear little resemblance to their
crude ancestors. But many of the basic chemical
will leave
players stand out. Onea Charles Green 19732
strong
(Paid Pol Adv) substances do date back to the medicine man.
senior and the other a Friday for Jones County
sophomore. Junior College Ellisville. YOU OR YOUR DOCTOR CAN PHONE I'S 350 HONDA
-- - - Miss. when need We
- -- delivery. deliver
--- -- - ------- -- -- you a will
jammmmmmI .. .. .. .. .. promptly without extra charge. A great many IMMACULATE

Miss Trish Myers has people rely on ua for their health needs. We
returned after two months welcome requests for delivery service and charge
Have You Registered counseling at Camp Merri- account. 775
Mac Black Mountain, N.C hone 9g4.67g7
Full line 01 Hodaka ChaparralmotorCyfl.
.
:: For Dependable DeliveriesKOCH'S '., alto" Dura Go Carls
Ladies & Girls and M.n'.Bke.' Pare A accessorialfor
all make and model.*
Summer Shoes DRUGSPRESCRIPTION
S ForGuaranty Va Price At Stump's CHEMISTS STARKE CYCLE

Mr. and Mrs. Homer
Stearns have returned from a. Ki 166 W Call Starke, Fla CENTER
i Federal's four weeks visit with relativesin 5-3-74
Starke Office l Climax, Mich. 207 N Templa Starke
Nl T 964-6020 "

Mrs Howard W. Meyer


:: IlU0m ( (a( D JaJ "" ., !. in her Mr spent Atlanta son and the and Mrs.past while daughter-in-law Charles ten Mr.days Fray with, An Independent Young BusinessmanWho .


I $! k underwent brain surgery. Will% Devote As Much Time As Nec-


I t""' '''.. ,. &,. 1t. \ visited Mr and Mr.Mrs.and Bill Mrs.Session T.K. essary To Get The Most For Your Tax

.ii ; .. Stokes in Jacksonville'Sun-
:\\i .,"{,\' .. .,,1@=, I day. Dollar Without Sacrificing Quality
Jt. rLLPLE51P '!if ""
: fl. _
I You must register t j ,.", Sharks-Hawaii Among those football attending game the Education.FOUR .

:, -I '. Wednesday night of last week
G. F. Office prior to catchingthat fi1. were Mr and Mrs. Kenneth YEARS SERVING ON YOUR BOARD

: ,,, Grider Dr D. W.Whiffen and WITH A 100 PERCENT ATTENDANCE RECORD
son, Michael Gilbert Gold-
winning fish I wire and grandson, Hal, and
"
B "), Wade Winkler.

I So Come On In ''.t;. Re-Elect

"' .
JOHNNIE BLAIIfETHOMPSON
SIGN UP TODAY '
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I Anyone Can Win An
Drawing.: Al /

A MEMBER OF TilE
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Will Be i Y School Board -

Motor I Charley L' k

i Sept 9, 1974 : E. DIST. 1 COUNTY-AT-LARGE

(IE"nl If You Don't Fish) J'
t ; ?:; FAMILY MAN BUSINESSMAN

: All That You Need Do Is REGISTER 2 P.M. Johns ;;, .aG VICE-CHAIRMAN SCHOOL BOARD
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U You Need Not Be Present To Win About This Question: Blaine Thompson Is Old Enough To Know The Job. .


I Current Leaders SAVINGS INFORMATION : "Hunting can be expensive And Young Enough To Do The Job. .

i in Fishing Contest t t Mn Annual Annual, loss of guns from damageor
Type Account 'Investment Min Term Rat Yield :
Passbook Savings' None Non. fisH si.% theft cost of personal Blaine Thompson is a progressive and experienced young
Steve Noegel 12 oz Bream New Certificate "000 90 Days Sts''Ifo S 92% injuries liability for injury Businessman. Owner of Wishbone Chicken. He is -
New Certificate II 000 t Year' a 90% I now serving on
New Certificate: : SI:000 2',Years 929 H : ::: to others. I hear you have the School Board as Vice-Chairman lie is concerned about
J E. Chrissman 17 oz Shellcracker New Certificate ".000 4 Years '>>H '" our
I insurance that covers all schools,and is doing all he can to make them better at the lowest
Mrs. Frank C. Clark 10 Lb. Bass Whtfi earnings' are allowed to compound daily these risks guns,personal cost to the taxpayers. He has attended all school board meetings
-A lubtanllallnlere.'penalty"it required lor tarty injury and liability. Can it :
during his tenure as a member of the Board. .
withdrawal on certificate plan. be bought for a hunting

: Guaranty Federal I trip of 3 to 30 daysrCharley There Is No Time For On The Job Training




-I Savings The Friendly and Loan Savings Association Centerl IQUAlIOUSINC S) ....04'..+..,.\ NOM'4:'. $:: ..JOHNS AGENCY E. Elect THOMPSON BOARD SCHOOL MEMBERPaid .:tRe ".'


\: LENDER k 131 SO.WALNUT ST.

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Obituaries First Baptist Revival Set Aug.18 2] '.
.1- Ll'lJa.! ..


Gertrude Priest Sunday, August 18, marks
the first day of a four-day

IN THE CIRCUIT Hevival at the First Baptist(
NOTICE THE EIGHTH COURT OF r Gertrude Inez Priest, 57, of Church of Starke scheduled t
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Starke, died Monday after a each night through Wed-
OF FLORIDA
Merrill Dees has made Ap BRADFORD AND FOR brief illness. She was born in nesday, Aug. 21. T
COUNTY.
plication to the Bradford County ; Baker County on Sept. 13,
CASE NO. 74203In ((1.1 ox
Zoning Board for reclassification t Ii1/a IIOI; 1916; was employed as a Mike Duduit will serve as .

of the property described below Re: The Marriage of ED- waitress and was a memberof Music Evangelist and Jimmy .rT '
from OR to RIC: SE 1/2 of SE WARD MANN TUCKER, JR., CQ.QOPPORTUNITIES the Baptist Church. Saunders will serve as 1
1/4 of NE 1/4 ex. 5A on Gritflj Petitioner W Revival Preacher.
and DONNA .
across from Smith'sChicken Surviving is one brother,
Loop
Farm. TUCKER, Respondent. Kenneth Garrett, of Jimmy Saunders has been

This change in classification Is FOR Tallahassee; five sisters, Mrs. licensed to preach by the
NOTICE
OF SUIT
subject to a public hearing to be SERVICE Delores Futch of Lawtey; Eastside Baptist Church of

held on Tuesday August 27, To: DONNA W. TUCKER Mrs. Lois McStephenson, Plant City, Florida. He has h 4
1974 at 7:30: PM In the County YOU ARE HEREBY Sunday--Sunday School, Jacksonville; Mrs. Loma won Best Singer and Best
Commission room at the Brad- NOTIFIEDthat 9:45: am., ; Morning Worshipat Yarborough Macclenny; Actor Awards at Hillsborough
ford County Court House at an action for dissolution of 11 ()o'clock sermon: "The Mrs. Clara Crews, Fer- Community College, along
which time all persons interestedshall marriage has been Tiled againstyou Church that was Dead and nandina Beach; and Mrs. with his work in church ac-

be heard for or against the serve and a you are of required written to Didn't Know It"; Church Charlene Chambliss, Forsyth, tivities such as youth retreats, To bingAt, Pine LevelThe
proposal, as specified in the copy your Training, 6:15.: Evening Ga. Teens for Christ Club, Youth
defenses, if any to it on from the Bible of
Code of Bradford Worship at 7:30: p.m. Revival Choir and Director of hinging group Baptist Temple
Zoning RICHARD E. WELTY, Attorneyfor Team: Preacher Jimmy Funeral services were held 'hildren's Church in Plant Jimmy Saunders Warner Robbins (;a. will present the "Sounds of Joy" on
County. Petitioner whose address ia Saunders Singer Mike at 10 a.m. Wednesday in Jones City. Friday, August 1(> at 7:20;) p.m. at the Pine Level Baptist
114 N.Walnut Street, P. 0. Box Duduit. Memorial Chapel with Elder Church, three miles West of Starke on highway 100. The
John Toroda, Chairman 995 Starke, Florida, 32091 and O.M. Yarborough conducting. "Come worship with us and public is invited to attend.
Bradford County Zoning Board file the original with the Clerk of Monday thro' Wednesday- Interment was at 1 p.m. hear Jimmy's messages for a -
the above-styled Court on or "WOW" Training led by Mike Wednesday in Macedonia wonderful and meaningful
L. M. Gaines, Director before September 2, 1974, and Jimmy, 1:00 3:30 p.m.; Cemetery in Baker County experience," invites Pastor
Up 8/15/ otherwise\ a judgment may be Visitation with Mike and with DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Ben Bryant. LEE DRAWDY has Integrity and ExperienceAs
entered against you for the relief Jimmy, 3:30: 5:00: p.m.; Home in cha rge.
demanded in the Petition, Youth Choir Practice 7 p.m.;
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO WITNESS my hand and the Revival Service 7:30: p.m. your County Commissioner, I will faithfully execute the

REGISTER seal of said Court on the 30th Each night following Revival duties of the office openly and honestly.
FICTITIOUS NAME day of July, 1974. Service Special Youth Activity I
GILBERT BROWNAs Monday a "Rap G.
Pursuant to Section 86509 Clerk of Said Court Session"; Tuesday a weiner ; GRAUDONSELECr. I
Florida Statutes, notice is here- By: Beulah M.Moody roast; Wednesday, a swim- I A candidate's interest in public office is a continuation of

by given that the undersignedEdwin Deputy Clerk ming party. "BILL"A MEMBER OF YOUR ti t a sustained interest in public and community affairs.
L. Hornsby and Faye C. 8/1 4t 8/22/ Thursday-Visitation, 9:30:

Hornsby, Route 1, Box 160, a.m.; Visitation 7:00: p.m. SCHDDL BORRD i

business Starke Horida under the, 32091 firm name, doing of I I. NEIL TUCKER MAYOR OF Friday-Leave Church for DISTRICT 5 COUNTY AT. LARGF % I have served as a member of the Clay County Zoning
THE CITY OF STARKE, Youth Camp Karis, 4:00: p.m.
"COLBY ENTERPRISES", FLORIDA, BY VIRTUE OF THE Returning Saturday evening.Ben Chief Knginrrr/ Bradford County Hospital y* Commission, the Young Democrats of Clay County and
Route 1, Box 160, Starke P. Bryant, Pastor Former of Maintenance Bradford County Schools
AUTHORITY VESTED IN ME Supervisor
in business and industry.
Bradford County, Florida have executive experience
BY LAW DO HEREBY CALL A Instructor at Vo-Tech Center
32091, intends to register said -- ---- ----
FIRST PRIMARY ELECTION TO. ISUSIXESS-F.y1111,1.' : : :MAN '
OWNS
fictitious name under the provi- FOR SALE: Typewriter and Clay County Commissioner
BE HELD AT THE FIRE
sions of aforesaid statute. Adding Machine ribbons at Let's Equip Our young People Today I' District Democrat
Edwin L. Hornsby and Faye C. STATION CITY BY QUALIFIED IN THE FORESAID VOTERSON The Office Shop. For Our Leaders Of tomorrow (Paid Pol Adv ) tf (Paid Pol. Adv >)>

Hornsby, sole owners.
Dated this 1st day of August, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER abandoning a portion of a -
10, 1974, A. D., FOR THE graded road hereinafter
A. D. 1974 at Starke, Florida
PURPOSE OF ELECTING
THE
8/1/ 4t 8/22 described and described as
FOLLOWING OFFICERS: lying within the confines of the

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF GROUP 1 following property, to-wit: EyeryDayLowPrice' EveryDayLowPrice,

THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT One Commissioner Two Years A portion of a graded road
IN AND FOR BRADFORD GROUP 3 lying and running through BEEF
COUNTY FLORIDAIn One Commissioner Two Years Section 5, Township 6 South LEMON
GROUP 5 Range 21 East, and the East REA
re: The Marriage of S. BRUCE One Commissioner Two Years three-quarters (IE 3/4)) of Section SIRLOIN

JARVIS, Petitioner, and MARIE 6, Township 6 South, Range 21 RECONSTITUTED
JARVIS Respondent. INSPECTORS East and being known as a
SAID ELECTION: portion of the Kirby Crews SUPERMARKETS

NOTICE OF ACTION Road all lying and being in STEAKS STARKE'S LEMON JI I E
ToMARIE: JARVIS Leona Mathews Inspector Bradford County Florida 320: SOUTH
F. Colson
Clara Inspector
2037 E. Baltimore St. WALNUT ST.
Baltimore MarylandLast Peggy Shaller InspectorMrs. and renouncing and disclaimingany
( Known Address) J. C. Dukes Inspector right of the County and the \ $ I 68 '.:' "J' '"
DAYS WEFK BONt %OOC
..
Louise W. Tenley Inspector general public in and to the land 1HRV WFI IDD: .-, .Nt1 32oz
49
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a Barbara Valinski Inspector lying within the confines of the RIONIR RF s I R./f C
Petition for Dissolution of Kenneth M. Struth InspectorIrma aforedescribed land. <
Marriage has been filed againstyou Buford Inspector Dated this 5th day of August, LB [?M1'1 U.S.O.LF000STAMP
in the above named Court Mrs. L. N. Pickering InspectorMrs. A. D., 1974. COUPONS
Shellie Gerle Inspector
and you are required to serve a
Board of County Commissionersof
copy of your answer or pleadingto
the Petition on the ALTERNATES FOR Bradford County, Florida LowPricc I T BonmBuy
Petitioner's Attorney, CAROL SAID ELECTION: Every Day EvcryDayLowPrke EveryDayLowPricg_
Mrs. Martaret Williams Mrs. By: Gilbert S. Brown
11 West University I'FtowDAGHADe
WILD SCOTT. -
Avenue Gainesville Florida, Eston Jordan, Mrs. Ruby Clerk of Said Board BONEUSSfiEEFSTEAKS ( HEF'atAbe: AFRESH CALIFORNIA

32601. and file the original Howell. Itchg 815NOTICE
: :
ICEBURG
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I
answer or pleading in the officeof
the Clerk of the Circuit Courtin HERE UNTO SUBSCRIBE MY :
AND CAUSE THE SEAL I i. FRYERS LETTUCE
and for Bradford County, NAME OF EXAMINATIONNotice ROAST
OF THE TOWN TO BE HERE-
Florida, on or before September
UNTO AFFIXED THIS 6th DAY ,
4, 1974. is hereby given pursuant rDOD rRR IDDO rwRLLDItIEE
If you fail to In bo, judgmentby OF AUGUST 1974 A. D. to Chapter 16C-7 Florida Ad- HEAfr

default will Ix taken againstyou ministrative Code, Rules and U.LCNOIC! 4p
for the relief demanded in Neil L.Tucker Mayor Regulations Governing Water _
Merrill Edwards
the Petition. Attest: Well Contractors in Florida of _
Clerk
WITNESS my hand and seal 8/8 4t 8/29 City an Examination for a Water WellContractor's Every DayLowPricc EveryDayLowPrke Every DayLowPrkeBONI1ISS Every DayLow Price Every DayLowPrke BonutBuy BonutBuy
this 29th day of July, 1974 License. The
Examination will be given at the B NLISSBEtr BEEF RIBROAST CHUCK POTROAST BIIF BONELESS SMOKED FRESH SlNEDLES0NSHOULDER

GILBERT BROWN Clerk IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF following locations to times all: qualified dates, and applicants STEAKS ... ,...... ." BEEF W. HAM CELERY ] GRAPES

By Beulah M. Moody FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL whose applications are $168 a
cag Sj$5 : 3c c
$149 $139 3c
Deputy Clerk CIRCUIT IN AND FOR received in the offices of the m:*:i La | CO!:: ; vIC .NO J t_ ERCM 1U49 .
8/1/ 4t 8/22 BRADFORD COUNTY. Department of Natural
Resources Division of Interio
w-
CIVIL ACTION Resources Tallahassee not less s '
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, CASE NO. than two days prior to the /i PAMTWV PMDfl1-. _
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF In re' Annulment of Marriage of Examination dates. 7i1 d POTATOCHIPS _
.t'
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR JOYCE ATKINSON STOKES : _

BRADFORD COUNTY. a/k/a JOYCE HECKLER and 1.00: P.M., Tuesday, August 27,
RALPH CURTIS HECKLER, 1974, Board Room of the South-
CIVIL ACTION Respondent. west Florida Water Management _

ROSE MARIE BATES. Plaintiff, NOTICE OF SUIT District, Brooksville, Florida COMPARE D.Ne'K. W.COMPARE: "" ;COMPARE : ''A

vs. ROBERT F. BATES, 10:00: A.M., Wednesday, Boneless Hams ,: '.'.:. s3Sq so. I franks Oscar Mayer 99. ( ICubed Beef PattiesGREEe a Est
HECKLER
Defendant. ToRALPH:: CURTIS August 28 1974, Central and .
Address Unknown Southern Florida Flood Control Young Turkeys ':I'.Ou'OI..t 49c i 0, i SunnyI'd Sausage ::.. 1a i Cottage Cheese RN.. 59< I.

NOTICE OF SUIT District Annex ConferenceRoom ,,'. .," ... ,."."" I ,..
,
To Robert F, Bates, YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a 901 Evernia Street, WestPalm Dinners ".co.. ,,,.I',"' "'" ..... s11Q 10, I Hormel I Franks 99\ 'i> i Sour Cream 49c R'

Address, "UNKNOWN"YOU filed Petition against for Annulment you and has you been are Beach Florida Cooked Ham :;;":0 sits 1''. I Roll Sausage ..,, .- 59\ '10, I Daisy Cheese ""

ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat required to serve a copy of your 10:00: A.M., Thursday, August Skinless Franks "; ::;.0' 59c i American Cheese W.' .""' 99, ''0. ; Cheese Spread 99< ,,,.

been an filed action against for you Divorce and you has Answer Petition or on Pleading the Petitioner's to the 29. 1974.Office Council, 3rd Floor of ,Governments Courthouse -- Sliced Bologna ',:;"a''I 79c 't : Cream Cheese 39< : Perch Fillets 69< '0,

are required to serve a copy of Attorney GEORGE H. PIERCE Annex, Daytona Beach,,
your written defenses, if any to P. O. Drawer 1030 Starke Florida
it, on the plaintiff's attorney, Florida 32091, and file the EvcryDayLowPrice I EveryDayLowPrice EveryDayLowPrice I EveryDayLowPrice
whose name and address i i. original Answer or Pleading in 10:00: A.M., Friday August 30,, _
Hon. George H. Fierce, P. O. the office of the Clerk of the Circuit 1974, Room 203 Penningtor PFEIFFER I ETC MONOGRAM 100% PUKE FLORIDA
Box 1030 Starke, Florida and Court on or before August Building Tallahassee, Florida NIB
file the original with the clerk of 26, 1974. If you fail to do so, 1t 8/15 SALAD LONG GRAIN
will be
the above styled court on or judgment by default O
before September 3, 1974.: taken against you for the relief '
demanded in the Petition. N IW1 /
otherwise a Judgement may be notice shall be publishedonce IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FRENCH&ITAUAM WHCU KIRNIt mOQEEM*M CANS
entered against you for the relief This each week for four consecutive FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL _
demanded in the complaint or CIRCUIT IN AND FOR .

petition.WITNESS my hand and the County Dated weeks Telegraph.: July 26 In the 1974.Bradford BRADFORD COUNTY. 8orBTLS..3/I 13-79 BAG ir 5/89

seal of said Court on July 29 IN PROBATE CASE No.

1974. Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk COMPARE Ou::1 vf o.w W' COMPARE : ",. :!' {COMPARE ;: "I, .: ,"
Beulah M. Moody In ra: The Estate of CLARA
As Clerk Gilbert of said S. Brown Court By: Deputy Clerk BELL RIDDELL deceased. Stay Free Mini Pads TEF: 4/4/ 161 I Plus Meat OIor i0 69c I Butter Beans ':::,. 2/89c/ 2a.

By: Beulah M. Moodf 8/14t 8/22 NOTICE TO CREDITORS Pantry Pride Wipes '0, 49c 1oTaco; Casserole M; 'o;=CO 79c01 i Fish Cakes : ,: 3/51"/ IS.

8/8 4t 8/29 As Deputy Cleric NOTICE OF ADOPTION OF RESOLUTION OF- CLARA AH creditors BELL of the RIDDELL.estate of Pantry Pride Cups H! 69c 61 Southern Maid! Grits ::a 690.. I Economy Dinners ',:1ij;' 2/89c/ I.

I COUNTY OF COMMISSIONERS THE BOARD deceased, are hereby notified Waffle Syrup :::: :::0': 49c 11. I Southern Maid Meal ::a 690.. Banquet Suppers '. 99c sd/
and required to file any claims or .
NOTICE OF INTENTION OF FLORIDA BRADFORD CLOSING COUNTY.AND demands which they may have Snack Packs HUNK IIAVOMII Ol 4-PAK AM t 2/51/ ,.. I Quick Grits. '":':.:"' 22c3f 4< I Lambrecht Pizza ,.':: 77e 12.

l't FICTITIOUS TO REGISTER NAME ABANDONING ROAD PORTION KNOWN AS OF against the Circuit said estate Judge in of the Bradford officeof Frosting Mix s'a: : ;: 39 10Monogram; Rice .1..0 99' 'IOC4t Utility Size Baggies r,; 3/s1/ ad/

, Pursuant to Section 866.09 A THE GRADED KIRBY AND CREWS RUNNING ROAD County at Florida Starka, Florida in the Courthouse within- RoastNBoastHot '0. WO 4/l/ til : 9" Design Plates ." '::',:"'", 49 Foam Cups '.:,:, .O 590..

Florida Statutes, notice i il THROUGH LYING SECTION 5, four 14)) calendar months from Dog Relish I o0:1: 54/1/ S6| I Aluminum Foil ..':.a ,w 4/S1/ 10, 19" White Plates 'AC::."" 69c0..

hereby given that the undersigned TOWNSHIP SOUTH, RANGE the date of the first publicationof ,.. Aluminum Foil .:::;;: .:;., 5169 lOell 19" ..' ".
Each claim ;
F, G. Mueller, P. 0. 21 EAST AND THE EAST this Notice. or Sandwich Bags "pc", : 49c II White Plates :::e. 99c 10.

32091 Box ,1255 doing, business Starke, under Florida the, TION THREE-QUARTERS 6, TOWNSHIP 8 OF SOUTH SEC-, must demand state must the place be in of writing residenceand and Dill Pickle Chips ::: ',R37c 6. ;I Lighter Fluid "; o ':. 28' ; Round Bowl .' .M '. 37 6.r .

postoffica address of the
firm name of ALLIGATOR 21 EAST BRADFORD
CREEK RANCH" U. S. :301 1 RANGE FLORIDA.TO claimant end must be sworn to JMrTO tlamPika
South Starke, Bradford COUNTY, by the claimant, his agent, or his UIMUIT*. L6""IC"T "......

County, Florida, 32091 Intends: WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: attorney or It law.will become) void BEEF FLAVOR / FRIED !!Z
to
to register said fictitious name Notice !is hereby given that on according July 31, 1974.Lawrence. STEW ICE CAKE CHICKEN .-. ._.-
under the provisions of aforesaid S, 1974 In accordanceiviS
.
statute. 166.041 Florida 79c .51.79August .07.7c
Section
-_.
\ W. Batten,Jr. ; ..
Fred Mueller, sole owner. Statute the Board of County _
Administrator of the Estate of
Dated this August 7, 1974 .t Commissioners of Bradford I
Clara Bell Riddell deceased
Starke. Florida. County. Florida adopted a 8/15 4t 9/5
r 8/8 4tp 8/29 Resolution closing, vacating and .
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Dear Editor:
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I was a resident of Bradford

County for 23 years before my FOR SALE:45 speed records on REDUCE safe & fast with II III
marriage. We are now CLASSIFIED AD RATES sale at 96 cents at Dahmers GoBese Tablets Er E-Vap Your $ SaVE $ w.n Drilliln

residing in Jacksonville.On Discount. 7/25/ 4tchg 8/15 "water pills" Andrews< HELP Real Estate .

Monday, July 29, I was Deadline for insertion ------------ Pharmacy, 356 W. Madison WANTED FRED DAVIS Fast Rotary
on my way home from Starke Tuesday Noon preceding Starke. 8/15 5tp 9/12- Broker Equlpment.4tFor fr

I had stopped at the Jiffy Marton Thursday before publication. ------- l teak Clerk, Hod..., Part GMC TRUCKS Drilling

the Doctor's Inlet road. minimum Charge 12.00 WATSON'SHOUSEOFVACUUMS Time| Office Work. Apply In ''Buy Sell- Trade BUICK PONTIAC"A -

While waiting to pull back out tCOVf'r15! Words) NEED CHILD CARE? Will baby person Holiday Inn, U.S. 301.tarke. LITTLE RIDE CAN I I
Each word over IS sit in my home 2 to 3 children AppraisalsCALL 2" Thru 6" Wells r
on the road I saw a sight! S Itp SAVE YOU A LOT1 TF'
cents brands ot vacuums on weekly basis. Any. time L
10 Many new
A the side of
car stopped on BILL POWELL GREEN COVE SPRINGS Call Us For I
7
the road with four young men I $39.00 up. Used machines from a.m. to 6 pm. Will REAL ESTATE ;1
All Classified Ads must be all furnish meals and snacks I. Your Water System Needs
in it. They got out with a sign from $10. Expert Repairs HELP WANTED Waitress 964-6464 ':
and started towards a "Frank paid for In advance unless you, makes. Parts ando Accessoriesfor clean surroundings. Please : ;
wanted Hornes Restaurant.U. I
have an established account: Built In call 964-6382. Itchg 8/15 at Machine 9B47OS1Durrancv! .
Williams" sign. Since it ha* all vacuums. S. 301 at Lawtey. An equal ASSOCIATES: Sewing
in that ------------
been with winds with the Telegraph
raining high central vacuum cleaning
50 cents extra charge: Opportunity Employer Itchg Ralph RepairAll Pump &
event Bryan
this weekend I thought how systems. 712 N. Main LOANED: A wooden< and wire 8/15
nice to see young men helpingMr. for billing. Not responsible for Gainesville 376-7110. TF carrier for cat. Much needed. makes cleaned oiled and Supply
------------ 964-6208
Williams replace his errors when given over the ---- ---- -- Please return to 803 S. Colley adjusted $7. All work Developers Of :

signs. phone or when copy Is not Road. Margaret Jackson. WANTED: Lady to work In Bob Milner guaranteed James

Boy, was I ever wrong! typed and brought to the of FOR SALE: 14 foot fiberglass Phone 9646053. Itchg 8/15 office, some typing. Prefer Strickland, Morgan Road and Under Ground Water .

While I watched, to my indig- fice.TV boat with canopy. Tilt trailer ------------ over 30 years old. Reply to A, 9646026Acreage SR-18. Ph. 964-8733 or 782- 864 N. Temple Ave. ...
nation, they knocked down the with spare tire 50 HP Mercury Drawer A, Starke Fla. tfchg 3189. Also scissors sharpened ry i ,
and and to tanks. SAWS SHARPENED, work $1.00. tfchg Starke Fla. ,I ,
sign post proceeded Motor, 2 6 gal. gas ------------ -1 to TB8)
put up a "Bill Hester" sign. Phone 964-5064 between 8-4 guaranteed. Call 964.7509 or Bradford ft Alachua Sales & Service TFN ,
When I reproached them lor weekdays only. Itchg 8/1 leave at Jackson Building HELP WANTED: CUBB
'
destroying someone else's r FOR SALE ) -- - - Supply, Starke or Keystone Economic Agency, Inc., is NEW 3 BR. 2 BathCon E
accepting applications for hral Hat and Air, -.
property ( I believe, that IS GARAGE SALE: Men's pants 2 Heights. tfchg. Carpet or' -
for Full Year
Director
against the law ), I was met pr. $5.00. Men's tennis shoes.men's - - .- Project wooded, high-dry acre lot, cash Carry Tlre s
Head Start in day,
Program butslde
with city. Two to choose
laughs.Is Color picture tubes only $79 shoes from $1 to $5 a Baker and Bradford f
Union from. S2698
this what a political plus labor Dahmers Discount. pr.Jump suits$6 pr. Coveralls Must have to 412E.CAlL
counties. ability .
candidate, Bill Hester for one, $6 pr. Hot water heater $20 3 BEDROOM 2 bath C. B.: .
teaching to our "children"? tfchg. r WANTED 1 maintain records and write and Air I : TIRES
Toys Watches Jewelry rain and train with Heat Carpet I PLUSTAX&TAG iArts.
- - reports; supervise '
Win any way you can or get boots. Women's slacks work with children beautiful In Starke. IS x 30 : )J FRONT END .
personnel ; +
FOR SALE: Girl's Schwinn ;
the other guy first, second, Canvas shoes dress shoes. maintain curriculum family room with fire place. j &
bicycle and boy's Columbia implement and -
and-or third? I
Children slacks and shoes get
I can only believe this bicycle. Good condition. WANTED: Old Junk cars and for pro-school disad- BRAKE SERVICE I
In Excellent
them ready for school. Many Nice 3 BR, 1 Bath CB -
and Phone 9645390. Itchg 8/15 scrap iron. Call Jr. Reames. vantaged children in accordance -
candidate knew encouraged -
more items. Sat & Sunday. 8 Location 964-5800
964-8477. 8/15 with HEW Guidelines; I'
------------ 964-7730 or
behavior, as this most candidates type of FOR SALE: Appaloosa GD., 8 a.m.Uwtay.to 4 ftMtowen's p.m. Z." Green N. of 3tp8/29 and must be willing and able Beautiful Building and mobile QUALITY TIRES & W,, ti ;1 I' i

would let their workers know yrs. Gentle. Pleasure horse Maun-on 301. Jip: A/16 ------- --- -- to work with in all childhood related home lots Inside and out II SERVICE FOR LESS tc
what they can or cannot do to $300. Call 533-2825 after 5p.m. groups. Degree
--------- WANTED side city.
: A part time job. education, social work TFN
ensure that no mud be attached 8/152tchg 8/22 II ,
FOR SALE:" Florida Wed. Sat. Equipped do
: tent camper to psychology and/or related )
to their name. ------------ .j
Unfortunately, I cannot vote FOR SALE: TV antenna from gas stove ice box sleeps six, any kind of office work fields or equivalent experience Want to have one built We .

for Mr. Williams as I am not in $7.50 at Dahmers Discount. canvas and zippers in excellent example typing etc. Phone desired. Salary can help you there also. JIMMY MOORE'SSun +,i
condition; $350 M. A. 431-1621. 1tp 8/15 starts at $7200
7/25 4tchg 8/15 per year
his district, but I can let the CHECK WITH US -f
Payne phone 964-6560, after -------- --- Submit written resume to
of his district know -----------
citizens SportsMORE
WE MAY HAVE WHAT
5pm. Itchg 8/15 CUBB Economic Agency,
what kind of man is running INVENTORY REDUCTION: On WANTED Used< furniture, YOU WANT
-- --- -- - Inc., Post Office Drawer 970 BOATFOR
101 i
him. ranges refrigerators and dishwashers
against refrigerators, washers Dahmer's LET US HELP YOUBUYSEtt.TRADEI
All thieves and big scandals Dahmers Discount. FOR SALE: Trailer 12 x 52. Starke Florida 32091 by YOUR MONEY TF 1
Discount House ;
start small. I hope I did not 7/254tchg 8/15 Practically new. Air Con tfchg August 30, 1974. AN EQUAL STARKE PH 964-5791 376-4551
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witness the beginnings of four ditioned. $200 down and OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER 4222 NW 13th St.
------------ ,
new thieves today! FOR SALE: Poodle puppies $86.64 monthly. Call 964- 8/82tchg 8/15 FOR SALE: All sizes of COMPLETE OUTBOARD Ot Gainesville; "
7635. lip 8/15/ -----------
AKC. 2 males 2 females masking tape. The Office STERN DRIVE SERVICE
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-Ha ndme Johnson black.$50 each.431-1883. t MotorCYcles ] Shop. AND REPAIR
1738 El Prado,No. 6 8/1 Itp FOR SALE: 1964 Dodge bus
COMPLETE FIBERGLASS
Jacksonville, Fla. partially converted into -I
------------ LOST AND fOUND REPAIR
P. S. The car was a small camper. Has stove refrigerator PumpsNew
orange one with 4SD-563 sink and carpeted CUSTOM BUILT FIBER.GLASS'FISHING
STARKE CYCLE CENTER", 3b7"
BOATS
license plates.NEWS Engine needs work $225.
1964 Chevy 1/2 ton pick.up N. Temple Ave. Ph.964-6020, R. T. Loyorn Realty And UsedSALES
,.
J truck $575. Feeder $20 Your authorized HODAKA REWARD OFFERED: For the
v and $25. 2 Sows pigs dealer tfchg. whereabouts of a red female 473-3254 I
400 Ibs
- -- - -- cocker spaniel 4 years old. 473-4492 Davidson PARTS
\ ABOUTSERVICE //r'' each $250. Will sell separate.
Answers to Sherrie. Was SERVICE
Phone 7823193
lip 8/15 wearing Palm Beach County Crystal Lake Mobile Home ParkIn
--- --- -- -- DEEP a SHALLOW WELLS
tags Dr. Kidder Vet. Call Residential HomesitesWith ,
MEN WHY 00 !XMOr rE FOR SALE: Registered Angus ( FOR RENT 1 473-4386. Itchg 8/15/ Lake Access City Limits Plumbing Supplies
cows. Heifers and bull calves. From$1,800 Average
"d[; --- -- --- ----
A, J. B. White. Ph. 9646114 or 100 x 185 $30 Per Mo. EXPERT SERVICEON U
I. GlESrkiMOR45rAar 9648775.
/ / / tfchg

IN ----- --- FOR RENT: Unfurnished 3 BR ---- Walk To New ALL MAKES

BUS Grad Retires 1'YsHOPS FOR SALE concrete house in Saratoga I HOUSES fOR SALEFOR Shopping Center
: Epiphone Guitars PHONE 964.7061
From U.S.ArmyFORTMcPHERSON Heights. Available Sept. 1. Same Area
GA. ? made in Japan by Gibson now $125 mo. No children. First Large Cape Cod City Os,. Water t & Sewer

Sergeant !Major T. Shull, Jr., at Dahmers Discount. tfchg. and last month plus $100 4 BR,2 Bath Durrance
4099 Tiffany Drive Decatur, - Security. Call now 378-2405 til SALE: Two mobile homeson 1V4 Story On 301 South-

Ga. has been awarded the FOR SALE: Beautiful finger.tip 6 p.m. No collect calls. rfchg. Griffis Loop. Call 964-8316. Closed Garage PUMP ft SUPPLY CO.
Jolu Motel
Legion oflerit! upon bridal veil with tiara headpiece --- -- ---- 1tp 8/15 $35.000 864-N.TEMPLE AVE.
dotted ----- ------- Lot Size 200 x 185 ,
retirement from the U.S. GORDON with tiny seed pearls. FOR RENT 964-8310
12 60
: x Mobile
Army following a military AIR! CONDITIONING Used once. Good as new. Home$100 Mo. $100 Deposit.Call HOUSE FOR SALE: 2 Bedroom
$35. Phone 4732210. ----
25
nearly
career spanning & HEATING CO. after 6:00: p.m. 4733412. Concrete block house on
--- -- -- --
years. Itchg beautiful corner lot. Air BootsBootsBootsJustin
The Legion of !Merit is the COMMERCIALREFRIGERATION 8115- conditioned. 1003 New HomesMidTwenties .
SouthgateDr.
-- -
FOR SALE 75 HP Chrysler -- -----
highest award accorded by :
engine, 16 ft. boat and trailer, 964-6118. lip 8/15 With Lake Access SpecialNew
the Department of the Armyfor MOBILE HOME SERVICEINSTALLATION FOR RENT: Furnished Bachelor & Wrangler
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military service other than Good condition. Kids lost apartment. Air conditioned Near KH School

combat. SGM Shull was cited AND interest. Must sell. 4732210 $80 mo. 633 McMahon near Finances ArrangedLOW Doublewide Leather Belts

for exceptionally meritorious SERVICE ON ALL MAKES tfchg. BHS 9646279. Itchg 8/8/ LILLIAN C. PEARSONReal
service in his final assignmentas --- -- ----- Estate 3 Br 1&/i Bath To Size 56
--- --- --- --
sergeant major Office of BOB GORDON FOR SALE: Baby Calves Dairy .J
the Adjutant General. U.S. STATE CERTIFIED and Dairy crossed $25 and up. FOR RENT: 2 nice furn. 1 bdr. Phone 782-3806 DOWN PAYMENTNew Only $8995 Western Shirts I
homes 3
Army Forces Command, Fort ASTER H.A.RV. Maurice Edwards Jr., Ed- Apts. No children. No pets. masonry
2 central heat
bedroom bath
McPherson, Ga. LICENSED.INSURED wards Road. Phone 9646096or Married couples only. Phone Crystal lake Homesites Indian Moccasins I ICARRADINE'S
and wall wall
air, to
9646947. 1tp 8/15/ with Lake Access carpets.
The son of !Mr. and !Mrs. 9648510. 8/8 4tp 8/29 Your Doublewlde .
------------
E.T. Sr. of Jacksonville,
Shull ------------
28 acre farm, good house barn Specialists
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SGM: Shull is a graduate of PHQNE 473.4777 FOR SALE: Lawn mower self FOR RENT: Trailer space. pecan trees fenced and cross
LEATNERSNOP
Bradford School. He and

his wife, Betty High plan to make RT. 3 BOX 266 STARKEON best propelled offer.high Ph.wheeler.964-6653.$40 Itp or Morgan Leaton Road Mathews after 7:00 964-7942.: p.m. Small House on 1 acre fenced Hampton, pasture area., on paved road Dig "G" Phone

their retirement home in HY. 100. 5 MILES SO. 8/15 1tp 8/15 782-3400 1
- Mobile HomesHwy
Decatur. OF STARKE ---------- -- Lawtey, Florida
IfI ------------ 5 acre tracts on paved road

FOR SALE: General Electric TV FOR RENT: 2 bedroom block 10 Acres on SR 230 East north of Starke. 90 E. Lake City, Fla. 32058

sets from $69.95 at Dahmers home. No pets. Prefer coupleof 752-3201 1

Discount. 7/25 4tchg 8/15 2 bachelors. Phone 964- - Nice waterfront home. TF 7/24.10/17-

--------- -- 5690. 8/15
DeWitt C. Jones Itp FRED SACKETT-REALTOR
FOR SALE 6 New Homes--Acreage
: by 9 linoleum ------------ 205 N.Temple(US-301))

$3.50, 9 by 12 $5.98. 12 by 12 9646522Nto ,
I FOR RENT Two Air Con-
I Funeral HomeSTARKE $11.95 and 12 by 15 $14.94 ditioned cottages: on KingsleyLake. - 468-1753 HODAKASell's Long ChampHome

I I II up. DAHMERS DISCOUNT.
Phone after 6 p.m. 533- Availabls Day-Evenings
I I II tfchg and
PHONE
I I II 964-62OO 2366. tfchg. and Weekendsfor
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RENTAL -------- --- '
I I II your real estate needs Building Material
I I II HOSPITAL BEDS. WALKERS.WHEEL CHAIRS FOR For Sale More
RENT 12' wide mobile -WE BUiLD
I I II lit CRUTCHES

I! I I KEYSTONE HEIGHTS I MISCELLANEOUSMOBilE White.homes outside Ph. 9646114.city limits.If J.B.no UNITED FARM AGENC.Y. INC 4 Br. Frame Trail Bikes I "YOUR PLANS OR OURS

II I PHONE 473-3176 answer call 964-8775. tfchg. Paul Reg.Faulkner Real Estate- Broker Broker 1 Mi Out Of City I YOUR LOT OR OURS"

- - Irene Faulkner Assoc. On 1 Acre With Trees Than FREE'ESTIMATESREMODELING:

HOME MOVING. Also FOR RENT: FREE) Two months Robert Faulkner Assoc. Priced ForImmediate Anyone ) REPAIRS

mobile home hurricane an- rent on yearly lease Mobile Louise McRae Assoc. 1

choring and mobile home roof Home Lots. Pick your lot. Sale Else In The ADDITIONS d
coating. Olin's MOBILE Home From $25 monthly. Bradford 2305 N.Temple Ave. HOMES BOUGHT
Park at Bradford Motel 8/1 Starke Fla. 964-5065 964'-7826 964-6593
I Service. 964-5606 Rt. 100 W. TRADED '
j Starke, Fla. tfchg 5tchg 8/29 World !
[ ACREAGE FOR SALE
LUMBER ------ ------ WANTTO SELL OR BUY George RobertsReal
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REAL ESTATE? 984-8853 :;

-- WINTERS SCHOOL OF Call Us For Best Prices Estate HWY. 301 S. STARKE TF

No 2 Yellow Pimr- Sept.DANCE 9.: Phone Will resume 964-7098.classes Registration t HELP WANTED 1. Prospects Waiting tfchg Starke, FloridaWe .

22 & 23 between 4

2x4x8. . . each .88 p.m. and 8 p.m. 396 N. '
440 Acres portions( cleared) ALCOHOLICSANONYMOUS
Cherry. Dorothy Salazar
2x4x10 . each 1.28 Instructor.Aero tap ballet & HELP WANTED: CUBS price $1100.00 per sere liberal now hove a/ulltlme appliance -

modern. 8/15 3tp 8/29 Economic Agency Inc., is terms. repairman all your

2x4x14 . . each '1.85 ------------ accepting applications for - repair need .
HOUSE Health Coordinator fix Full 20 acre tract with well. It. Pole full lln* *t H4.h. Ceaeari.i I

2x4x 16 . . each '2.06 EXTERIOR PAINTING: Good INTERIOR work at &a. Year Head Start Program. and septic tank for quick sale Call.. Badcecks m.terteel. Must have ability to coordinate 2300000. M4-52S .
(or all malMt ntf mwtafeSTARKE "
fair price. Free estimates. CaN e A.M 9 A.M. .
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2x4x18 . each 2.56 473-4309. comprehensive
Itp 8/15 Health Services and Nutrition 3 BR 1 Bath Masonry, 3 A. CYCLE 12 MIDNIGHT .
Plywood rticl* ------------ program and maintain records Cleared, Paved Road outside

WILL BABY SIT: In home 2 system; will be required to City. BRASINGTONCADILLACOLDSMOBIIE CENTER 964-7959
5/8X4X8 travel in clay Union Baker - -
1/2X4X8-4-PLY Board old and 7
yrs. up. a.m. to 5 _
207 N. Temple Stark 2P.M.-5P.M. ;
pm. Meals Furnished./ 9646610. and Bradford counties. NEW HOMES: 3 BR,2 Both, :
SHEET 55.aS { SHEET $4.OO 1tp 8/15 Medical related experience carpeted, dm. H/A, acme SALES 4 SERVICE 984.6020'TV' > '1

------------ helpful. Salary commensurate appliances, Garage or Carport Fine selection of Used Car ..13lp.a2e
with ability. Submit written n Cltyt23.000.00up; out of City Taken On Cadillac Trade

SHEETROCK BILL'S Home Remodeling resume to CUBB Economic with Paved St., 36000.00 up. 2001 N.W. 13th 37S-5301. 1

Service: Electrical plumbing Agency Inc., Poet Office - GAINESVILLEINSURANCE d

/2x4xl2/ . sheet. '3.30 and carpentry. Fast service If Drawer 970 Starke Florida Keystone Heights, Waterfront OLINS MOBILE HOME SALESHWY. ,

it's In the home we do it. Call 32091 by August X, 1974. AN Home with beautiful Ground

CASH and CARRY 964-8087. 1tp 8/8 EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EM- 3900000. I 100 M. PH.. ",5606" L,

------------ PLOYER. 8/8 2tchg 8/15/ - vfA,7M
AT REDUCED RATES 1:1:
LONGCHflMPSBuilding ------------ roperty Management ndAppraisal
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LOSE WEIGHT safely and fast
Solicited.< AUTO, FIRE, BOAT LARGE SELECTION OF PRE-OWNED
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with X-11 Diet Plan 300. COOK WANTED: 8 days per

Materials REDUCE Excess Fluids with week. Off on Sunday. Apply A.J.THOMAS. Realtor DOYLE CONNERINSURANCE REPQSSESSED HOMES IN GOOD

X-Pal $3.00 Koch Drug. 8/8 in person. Garden Restaurant. .21 N.WALNUT ST.. AGENCY CONDITION AT A REASONABLE PRICE.
U. S. 301 SOUTH STARKE PH. 964-6653 5tp 9/5 8/152tchg 8/22 Tel. M4-CU2 TCHGi TFdPage

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