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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 22, 1974
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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fLJWLLj qtryy. Santa Fe Swamp in Bradford -
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Opens DOORS! Endangered Lands
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MondaySchool Regional Planning Council.The .

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almost wholly owned by Mrs
starts Monday, Aug. Dorothy K. McMillan of
26. with a few changes for Charlotte. N.C., is recognizedas
some 4,107 Bradford County 1 an important rechargearea
students ending their two for the Florida Aquifer
month summer vacation. and said to be endangered by
Lunch prices have been ;> the possibility that it might be
raised a nickel in all Bradford purchased in the future and
County schools and pre-school .t&I drained for housing or other
children can start first gradeat type development. Ecologists
five years of age without a have predicted that draining
year of kindergarten the swamp would seriously
"talking about children extremely :- alfect the water supply of this
Li L--- ready," and who can section of Florida.
qualify under an extensive JI Gainesville recently movedits
testing program.Those water supply system from
r students whose l the Paine's Prairie area

__ parents feel can be entered southwest of Gainesville to a
into first grade at five years of location in northeast
age, must apply for an application I e Gainesville where its wells
for testing by Sepi i I \ apparently tap the aquilci
tember 4, from Cirriculum partially supplied by (tin
Former State Senator and Secretary or State Richard
The new scrubber reaching 73 (feet into the sky has been powered by a 200 h.p, motor lower right, through/ the Coordinator Richard Jockel.An (Dick) Stone, right, is ho"nith Union Sheriff John Santa Fe Swamp
installed at the National Protein rendering plant near gigantic! drum which sprays the air with water and old state law was that Whitehead at the latter's ancestral ranch New Itiver. The Interagency Planning;!
near
I Hampton to eliminate odors which drew complaints during themicals to remove any odorous solid particles. children had to be six: before Democrat Committee (I IPC>I. a state-
Stone is hop ing to open the door to the U. S. Senate
public Iwal'ingir is pulled from the plant by a huge fan January 1 but a new law states seat being vacated by Republican Sen. Edward Gurney and agency, has approved this
the younsgers have to be six Whltt'headas area as qualifying for a
helping Saturday by hosting some 3,000) )
during the school Florida bond
year. people from across north Florida in one the sheriff's one-of-a- program
&:/1 Bradford High School developed to provide for the
kind rallies. It was just. corny north Florida politics, as Stone
students will classes
begin at purchase of environmentally
NewAirScrubberlnstalled14t seems to Illdit'att'Ith the ear on which he was chomping(
8:50: a.m. until 3:10: p.m. and endangered lands.: but
will report Monday to the BUS recommended that any move
Football stadium for an toward acquistion of the Santa
Assembly and information Stone And Fe headwaters be deferred
concerning schedules. Lunches 3,000At until all other qualified
Hampton Rendering PlantInstallation will be 55 cents per proposals for environmentally
student each day in the school endangered lands have been
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-' cafeteria. considered.In .

of a gigantic air the duct work from the plantto will have a purity approaching ground and cooked for a Bradford Middle School Chicken Bog making its report, the
scrubber and purifier is the scrubber.In 100 percent and will period of several hours and students will begin school at North Florida Regional
nearing completion at the operation the air will be be free of odor National the animal fats removed. The 8:43: a.m. until 3 p.m. To Planning Council said the
rendering plant facility drawn from the cookers inside Protein officials claim resulting end product is a very determine which room a Richard ( Dick ) Stone form 01 "blue grass" music, state should purchase the
operated by the National the plant and into the scrubberby The National Protein Plant dry fine meal, rich in protein. student has been assigned to, former Secretary of State and and some of the political swamp area if the Bradford
Protein Company north of a 200( horsepower electric at Hampton is one of only two The dry meal is used as a the pupil should go to the current candidate for U.S. promises: floating t around County Board of) Count!
Hampton. motor operating an exhaustfan. of its kind in the state. The protein rich supplement in the information tables located Senate, was the honor guest, were slightly corny, too--but itwas Commissioners fail to trine
Expected to be put into other is located near Pensa- manufacture of chicken feed outside by the gymnasium. but a flock of other candidates a great old-fashioned suitable land use and /.oninj!
operation in about two weeks In the process of removingthe principally, but is also used in Lunches will be 55 cents per state and local political rally. such as only regulations for adequat-
the specially designed system air it is washed and cola.Raw products received for other kinds of animal foods. student each day. couldn't pass up the op- North and West Florida can protection of this area. \
will provide for the cleansed by a special water processing are brought to the The plant's present production Starke Elementary students portunity to "mix: andmingle" produce. Some 3,000 to 4,000 such move has so far !been
elimination of obnoxious odors treatment inside the scrubberand plant in specially designed is about 150 to 160 tons per will report at 8:50: a.m. until at a combination political bulfs from an made by the Bradford Zoning
emanating from the animal then subjected to a transport trailers from Plant month. There are 35 regular 2:43: p.m. Students names will chicken "bog" and barbecuelast estimated 30 counties Board or the County Commission -
by-products rendering plant. chamical treatment for the City, Jacksonville, Alachua employees and some part be on a roster outside of the Saturday afternoon at streamed in from the time the although L M
According to Plant Superin-- removal of solid particles and Gainesville and consistsof ( time workers at the Hampton main office to tell which room Sheriff John Whitehead's first of 1.400 chickens came off Gaines, county zoning
tendent Roger Jones the 75 before final exhaustion from waste products after facility. The weekly payroll is the pupil has been assigned to. ancestral farm just across the the grill at 1 pm. until after director, said he planned to
foot high structure is being the scrubber. slaughter of hogs, cows and over $5,000 and the plant has Lunches will be 45 cents per Union County line. sundown, some eight hours confer with Alachua County
installed at a total cost of The cleansed and purifiedair chickens. been in operation for two student, each day. There was corn boiled in the later. Dancing and con- officials in a joint effort to
$80,000, and was originally treated by the scrubber The waste products are years. (See (Page 4)) shuck, musical corn in the versation continued several peed up purchase of the
scheduled for completion in hours longer, until around swamp lands by the state.

February. midnight. "The swamp serves as a
Certain material shortages, water storage area and is vitalto
including steel, needed for the School Budget Okayed After 6-Hour SessionHebert Stone himself a product of the water conservation
construction of the scrubberhas the Miami "Gold Coast," program of Bradford and
caused a lengthy delay in seemed right at home among Alachua counties." Gaines

getting the project completed. After more than six hours of calling for an 8.5 percent roll- same amount of taxes, some change," Hall said, but his fusion in which board the corn-fed crowd and got said.
Remaining to be done after explanation by Supt. Jim back in property assessments.That $389,000, as the 5.497 rollback motion to adopt the resolutiondied members sought advice from into the spirit of the thing by Robert McVitey.
the final assembly of the Temple the Bradford school Hall said, would make figure. for lack of a second. The Supt. Temple and Board rendering a harmonica solo representative of the Florida
structure is the completion ofia board last Thursday night put the 6.3373 mills the board is "I'm going to recommend to resolution was thoroughly dis- Attorney Gene Shaw. The (with a sour note at the end, Board of Trustees of the In-
its final stamp of approval on being forced to levy raise the the tax assessor for a cussed during a period of con- attorney said the board had which he apologized for) and a ternal Improvement Fund,
.'" ... the $6.635: million 1974-75 made its point simply by dis- spoon-clacking routine which told Gaines that inquiries had
"w cussing the matter. was quite a feat t, what with his been received from Alachua
{ 1tvt aa1nIIritr: ( l budget."You've done somethinggood Murder "That the gross taxable right arm in a sling--result of County concerning the portionof
.. Charge DroppedGuy an exhuberant but ill-advised
-. -< for Bradford County and value be reduced from the swamp contained in that
attempt to jump the net aftera
its above partisan politics," $115,710,165 to $98,000,000 for county. McVitey suggested
Supt. Temple told the weary Wayne Riddell 56, of discharging the rifle, the said that physical Bradford County or 8.5 per recent tennis match. coordination of efforts by the
board members about 1:30: Starke was released from bullet killing Mrs. Riddell. evidence at the scene of the cent. By so doing, the stated But then Stone is no two counties and the North
a.m. Friday hen the meeting Bradford County jail Monday, Batten jumped Riddell a shooting supported the mandated millage of .0063373 stranger to the Whiteheadfarm Florida Regional Planning
.. which began at 7 p.m. August 19, following dismissalof second time and a second testimony of Hiddell.Batten's and the tax yield therefrom as having attended severalof Council in behalf of protectingthe
.,.<'<'.... Thursday, Aug. 15, was charges for second-degree bullet struck BaUen.Absentee wife testified that applied to the 1974 tax: roll, Sheriff Whitehead's annual swamp lands.
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:0<" ,_ gaveled to a close by Chair- murder and assault with intent she heard only two shots, would be the same dollar "birthday parties" which are The Regional Planning
0'-=- man Seeber Goodman. Budget to commit murder. Ballots confirming Riddell's value as produced by the ten pretty much a replica ofSaturday's Council report pointed out that
figures are unchanged from Riddell was charged with statement ((10)) mills as annlied to the rally. the swamp lies between two
those announced the previoustwo second degree murder An autopsy indicated that (See Page!: 4)) Among the other state main highways, U.S. 301 and
weeks,but a much clearer following the shooting death of Available Now the trajectory of the bullet candidates taking advantageof State 100 and would therefore"be
Eastern Star picture was given last his wife, Clara Bell Riddell, Absentee ballots for the upward from the stomach to Fishing Trip Stone's candidate party were Tom expected to be influencedby
Covered Dish Supper Thursday by Supt. Temple's 34. of Starke, on April 17 and coming Sept. 10 election are the heart was in agreementwith gubernatorial development pressures
Adams state senate hopefuls,
assault with intent to commit( ; generated by these two major
Riddell's testimony. Nixed
supplying 10-year comparison now available, reports ThiefA
Saturday, August, 7 p.m, figures in broad categoriesand murder of Larry Batten, his Elections Supervisor Neva According to Sheriff Dolph By Buddy MacKay and Marion urban areas and lesser
Pettit Rufus 0 Jefferson,
a more detailed break son-in-law, on the same date. Flynn. Reddish, past lamily differences thief with a presumedtaste seeking; a seat on the District population concentration
Masonic Hall down of expenditures.The Thestate dismissed charges Mrs. Flynn said all those indicated hostilityand for fish got away with Court of Appeals; and Sam between. The proposed area is
budget carries with it a against Riddell after com- qulified electors eligible for ill-feelings of Batten the necessary equipment to Spector, candidate for the located near Santa Fe and
----- 6.3373 millage levy, .8 of a mill pletion of an investigation of the ballot should make toward Riddell, Herbert said. satisfy his hunger late State Supreme Court Little Santa Fe Lakes whichare
higher than Tax Assessor the incident. RiCdell: had arrangements as soon as Saturday, August 17, to the in an area currently un-
FLEAMARKETSaturday Gene Long's recommended claimed that the shooting was possible to vote absentee. dismay of R.L. Morgan. Stone made two brief dergoing fairly rapid growthby
rollback figure of 5.497 mills. accidental. Deadline for voting via 011 t Worry... Shortly after 6 p.m. speeches during the af private home owners,
August Regaling still the untenable Assistant State AttorneyKen absentee ballot is 7 p.m. Saturday afternoon, Morganhad ternoon, but perhaps he especially for vacation home
9 a.m Till Till . position of having to levy Hebert said the testimonyof September 10, but the Inches To Go his boat all set and ready should come back and repeat sites.
millage set by the state, Supt Riddell and Batten varied required application to With nine inches of rain to go fishing after closing his them later, without so much Due to this development, the
FIRST CHRISTIAN Temple conceded for the first widely, but the physical receive a ballot must be filled during the period August 1-19, barber shop on North Temple competition from the corn area has become the subjectof
CHURCH time and the board agreed the evidence supported Riddell's out and returned to the the county still has five inches Avenue. shuckers, the blue grass boys, much concern primarily
millage increase would have claim elections supervisor by 5 p.m. to go to equal the 50 year Just before taking off on the crying babies, and the airplane because the large number of
West Call Street to be advertised as requiredby Batten's testimony Indicated September 9. Such applicationmay average of 14.03 for August. fishing trip Morgan returnedto droning 'overhead septic tanks being installed is
a new Florida law. The advertisement that he circled the be made either in personin Louis Hill fire tower at the barbershop to ac- trailing a banner proclaiming causing a deterioration of."
is printed in this home and Riddell fired at him the elections office in the Highland recorded the comodate a late calling "Panama City Is Rolling for water quality in these lakes.
edition of The Telegraph with two times with a ,22 caliber county courthouse or by mail. heaviest rainfall during the customer. Upon his return to Dick Stone." Some attempts have been
Ca.w.1 an accompanying notice, not rifle. Those eligible to receive week ending Monday, with 3.7 the boat, which was parked Saturday afternoon Union made to harvest timber in the r '
m (!! required by law. in which the Riddell said that Batten absentee abllots are: inches; Starke had 3.65 and behind the barbershop, -fish County was rocking for Dick swamps, but have not been
tit Inmmunity&tntr
board disclaims responsibility broke down a door of the home specifically disabled, those New River, 2.5 County hungry thief had removed Stone-but it is all "a matter of very successful because of the
BankT for setting millage or making and struck Riddell and his who will be out of town on average for the week was 3.28. most of Morgan's fishing gear maintaining momentum up inacessibility of the area.
property assessments. wife who were standing just election day, those who cannot Since January 1, the county from the boat.According until election day," according Mrs. McMillan owns 4,340
N.w .......,. Uo There wes a move Thursday inside the door at the time. attend the polls because of has had 45.78 inches of rain, to Police Officer to the candidate himself, acres of the swamp; William
T. 120._ k* night, by1' Board Member The impact of Batten's blow religious beliefs, the poll more than two-thirds of the Scotty Rhoden's report four indicating his intention to Alderman, 271 acres;
"..._.. Dgm.i --c- Rodney Hall, to have the knocked RiddeU and his wifeto workers and elections office annual 50-year average of rods and reels valued at $140 rolling until September Rayonier, Inc., 120 acres; and
keep
board adopt a resolution the flooij accidentally employees. 63.92 inches. were taken. Douglas Hardy 140 acres.


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I Teachers Protest Transfer Of Aides Cole_Promoted. August 30 Is Contest I Deadline I

At luau
Saying teacher aides have Mrs Carole Shields, haven't asked you where half-pint for low fat chocolate. ding August 30 is the deadline for Complete) rules and entry
proven invaluable to their In- grade teacher at ) thought I should cut," Farm Best had the milk bid The promotion of Cw4 mailing entries in the seventh blanks for the contest can be
structional program, a small Elementary when Temple answered. last year.Authorized. Edward Cole (above) to the annual "The Highway and Its obtained from the Federal
group of teachers Monday referred to his $16,000 the superin- supervisory position of Environment" contest, Highway Administration in
night protested Supt. Jim fund for a $4.4 Temple's plan to reassign operating budget we had the opportunity that the board accepts its offerof Foreman atth'Combined Highway Administration to Information Office, Florida
seven such non-professional "We all that the board" without your 25.36 cents per gallon, Support Maintenance Shop, recognize efforts) of in- Department of Tran-
personnel to increase his weak balance agree too low your Mrs. Ferguson exclusive of state and federaltax ft1lr Florida Army National dividuals, businesses or sportation, 605 Suwannee
said
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reserve fund in the 1974-75 Verna Schmidt, first back. for its quota of 63,410 # +a, iter Guard, Camp Blanding, was government agencies in high- Street, Tallahassee, Florida
Bradford school budget. teacher at ladies have proven gallons of regular gasoline. announced yesterday by Col.( way beautification.First 32304.
Plans are to transfer the in our reading That was the only chance the Harry M. Hatcher, JI" second and third
Elementary ? -----------
seven aides to the Title 1 said Mrs. Carolyn board had to Director of .
"I recognize, ladies, purchase gas at Maintenance.Cole prizes will be awarded in 10 FOR SALE: Magnifying glassesof
program of the federally another Southside less than street prices. has been employedwith which will
there is categories all sizes with handles. At
subsidized Elementary and always an "I can't teach the Dealers which did not have the Support Maintenance recognize outstanding
about 'from The Office Shop.
Secondary Education Act. comes'," of program I "teach today the school's business in 1972, Division, FANG, for 26 years. examples of:
stated,
This would free some $26,000to Temple the aides, said Mrs. which Gulf did, cannot bid on h.
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Tuesday
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superintendent he has just
account, but would mean quota is based on 1972 and
seven aides would have to bused special meeting praised the Improve- they cannot get the gas.
to work only with disad- "There are other in the reading program stressed
Supt. Temple to the
vantaged children. think you could cut," still boils down to whereI 1
board the gas is for the school 1 1 .
"Yes, we understand that, Mary Agnes Ferguson I it should be spent," bus transportation system for
we just don't agree," said superintendent. .stated. getting students to school and

home again. Other uses of
don't want what is
REGULAR ELECTION for the you children Mrs. buses may see school agencies increases 1 Sept 1974
persisted. purchase gas at street prices,
HAMPTON, BRADFORD COUNTY, definitely do," Temple he said, such as for field trips

SEPTEMBER 10,1974 and athletic trips. by MALONE

other acton Tuesday
the board: Koren To Head
-------- the 74-75 school
Signature T Elector contract to Skinner's
Initial of Jacksonville at 9.5 Teachers Group!
per half-pint for whole $120.00 1 MOO
suing
Mrs. Louise
milk, and 10 cents per Koren, 8th .tcfi pleas

No.___. ____________ grade history and social
studies teacher at Bradford EA. PIECE Mattress or box spring
--- ---- AJQHA Middle School, was elected -- +- ITWIN SIZE

Stub No. 1) Monday to succeed herself as
O> ( president of the Bradford
-a. Education Association.
!Mrs Koren was elected to a
E REGULAR ELECTION : Jr., son of Florida Doyle second term 82-58 over Mike
of Agriculture Reddish, DCT advisor at
2 HAMPTON, BRADFORD COUNTY, Conner, was elected Bradford High with some 135
of the American educators voting Monday i
SEPTEMBER 10, 1974 Quarter Horse afternoon. ,

Initials (A.J.Q.H.A.) at John Snell, career specialistat s 1
suing convention recently BHS, was elected vice- e.

No.______________.__ Oklahoma. president for 1974-75 after a
18-year-old Conner has run-off election with Vickie 1 I
raising fine quarter Beal, third grade teacher at
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with his dad for years Southside Elementary Other REGAL MAJESTY t I I
(Stub No. 2) has been active in the 74-75 BEA officers are Mrs. ,
since its In- Mary Agnes Ferguson, SS /
in 1970. He served as a kindergarten teacher. i INNERSPRING rr1 fFJ9.I!
director for the past secretary, and Mrs Susan f
CITY ELECTION LIFEBEST
B"I years and represented Scott, Brooker Elementary or 6" FOAM RUBBER .. \
at all of the teacher, treasurer. The latter
HAMPTON. BRADFORD COUNTY, . national con- were named in an election last

SEPTEMBER 10, 1974 At this year's summer.
) and show, which Bradford teachers also
representatives from 38 voted overwhelmingly for OF TWO WORLDSOLD
Make a Mark X opposite the name of the and 2 Canadian unification with the Florida
Florida placed Education with no national
your choice in overall ratings. affiliate. Alachua County WORLD HAND CRAFTSMANSHIP NEW WORLD SPACE AGE MATERIALS

president of the teachers made that move in
Available in twin double, and king sizes.
June and queen
., Conner will be in since Gilchrist,
FOR MAYOR Ohio in October to Levy, and now Bradford have
the All-American made the same move. NEW Square Deep Dacron Puff-Quilted Cover
Vote For Term One Local professional teacher
One Yearn Horse Show Congress
New Regal, with the luxurious surface softness of deeply Puff-
organizations) heretofore have TORSION COIL
is the largest horse Quilted Dacron, is the most comfortable bedding in the world.
ARTHUR BRUNO in the world. The been affiliated with both the Surface Regal's heart is the revolutionary new square Torsion Coil, engineered -
month he will be in FEA, the state organization, ." Softness to give a gently soft sleeping surface with deep-down firm
LONNIE THOMPSON ,Kentucky at the 1st and the National Education .'}. :;::'y BlocK Innersuppo, Old World Craftsmanship and New World Space Age
Quarter Horse Association It is felt, r. ." ____ __ ____. materials make Regal, by Malone, the finest mattress In the world.
..!E CHARLES WILLIAMSON National Finals.TIIXIWADIOIU school however funds, that in Florida since come most Comfort See it, try It at your favorite furniture or department store.

C. eaaa.r.o from the state that more Block
'I New "Torsion Coil" Box Spring
: ) emphasis is needed at tN ill' ----1.--
('Ul'Nn'' state level from teachers
FOR MARSHAL .. nUat\PII; organizations, Mrs Block has been designed especially for the Regal mattress. Torsion
** every Thursday Koren. says ___ __ Coil gives, extra strength and support to the box spring. The
c atl.MW.!: Call Street 2 Torsion Coil combination of mattress and box spring Is the finest
Vote For One Term One Year Starke, Florida :tiom I Since part of dues paid Comforl luxury sleeping in the world.
which were $80 last year but Block
('lus, po"tI/IC"Iaid/ which have not been set this __ __ _ __ Torsion Coil is found only in Regal by Malone.
R. H. PARKER al Slark. Hoi l hl l.i year, will no longer go to ,
!NEA, more money should be {AJAlOHg *jATTmrtf
available for the local FROM COAST TO COAST '
FRED PHILLIPS SuhvcrlptloaHole'I; .. Climatized for lit Seasons
Inlsud./ren/ : $11.111I111'1'| organization, Mrs Koren
DENNIS (BUDDY) ROARK year: Sl.Vlsix ""11I111... says. That money will be

) activity needed in for the increased BEA LLV1ttIi1 !I1iJb I
Outside uilr in'<>n: $1.-u coming year
your: 1$1..uo( six months !Mrs. Koren says. AT



FOR COUNCILMANVote "THE TRXPHYER'S VOICE"

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TED CURTIS, SR. a:1: ; i For ,OUtFIttER.Denmark LES Furniture Co. Of Starke'

LESLIE JONES li tr v ? GHASTAIN i n

RALPH E, TRISLER 44 ri- -,' FOR i


EVELYN VAUGHAN ;' I1"J. COUNCILMRNGROUP

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---SEPTEMBER IO. 1374

For Appointive Chief of Police . . . . Resident Ol 134 W CALL ST. PHONE 964-5827 STARKE FLORIDA
37 years Representative Of The PeoplePaid
Against Appointive Chief of Police . ( Pol Ad) aWE ><0



SHOULD BE EDUCATING OUR CHILDREN TO j


USE THEIR HANDS AS WELL AS THEIR MINDS. OUR


FUTURE RESTS IN THESE HANDS.


BUDDY MacKAY HAS BEEN LEADING THE FIGHT

., t''\ FOR VOCATIONAL EDUCATION IN FLORIDA. .
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r' Buddy Mackay has fought to reorganize the state department of education to place greater em- I
phasis upon vocational education, and to fundourumversitiesto provide the resources to serve our
manpower and training needs.The |job demands in Florida today require trained skills, people who
: : can use their hands carpenters, plumbers, auto mechanics, nurses, and others. For sill years Buddy t b
MacKay has fought for programs to meet these needs and has sponsored and passed laws to assure
;. : and allocate the resources lor these needs We must be able to offer every child in our state
"as the opportunity to benefit from our educational system, and to achieve his or her maximum use of
v r ability,whether through vocational or academic education.
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WE SHOULD DEMAND NOTHING LESS AND

BUDDY MacKAY BELIEVES WE SHOULD AC-

CEPT NOTHING LESS. C


Pd. Pol. Adv. by Malcolm R. Duggan, Jr., Campaign Treasurer.






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I Lightning Causes Blackout From Lake City To Palatka ; ''f, I II I

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Loss of electricity from a lightning arrester on one of Palatka to locate the trouble in some areas of the store lunches, bank deposits could I
Lake City through to Palatka the main transmission lines spot. The trouble was found could have led to shoplifting.One not be reported by machine or $
and in Keystone Heights for Monday night, but failed to within minutes on SR-18 in patron of the Keystone any deposits made throughthe '
around an hour and 45 minutes blow the unit until around Graham between Brooker and Beauty Shop had to have her automatic tellers but I
Tuesday was attributed to Tuesday at 11:15: a.m. US301. Power was restored to hair combed out damp, the other than that, business in '
heavy electrical storms experienced Lightning u.ually just gets Lake City within half an hour. drug store couldn't serve Keystone seemed to go alongas r
over the last week. distribution lines which don't Millican stated he regrets sandwiches on toast or hot usual. 'I
Tommy Millican assistant cause power shortage to sucha inconvenience caused the _
manager of Clay Electric vast area and is not as customers and especially
Cooperative in Keystone difficult to restore, Millican commercial districts, becauseof Traffic Light Not NeededAt _
Heights, stated after power power shortage.
had been restored, that said.Around 15 vehicles patrolledthe While power was out in the
evidently lightning had struck lines from Lake City to Keystone area Clay Electric Starke Shopping CenterDepartment
phones rang constantly. -
Millican stated the
I Candidate Judge Of Dist. Court cooperative is able to handle of Tran- Tucker Mayor-Commissioner Neil
that traffic requested Chief
around six calls per minute sportation says
Rufus O. Jefferson, He is married to the former and it probably handled, with signals are not needed at this Bowen to prepare copies of the --
18 traffic
the flow of accidents so that he
six in time for controlling
Tallahassee attorney and Barbara Beckman of phones operation
could initiate
judge of the Juvenile Court for Jacksonville and is the fatherof around 600 calls or more. traffic on US-301 at Bradford Governor's an appeal to the
16 years, has announced as five girls. Customers were turned Square Shopping Center. .Highway Safety
candidate for Judge of the away from local service In a letter dated August 16 Department.The
District Court of' Appeals, stations which were unable to from D. Littlefield, Traffic of the trouble spot is expected CHEVROLET
Watson's Food Operations Engineer
Group 1. His legal experience pump gasoline. worsen in the near future
DOT, read at the city com-
includes service as legal Store closed its doors until when McDonald's for
assistant to the Governor in power was restored. missioners meeting Tuesday business opens
just across the street
1955-57, and as assistant At One cashier stated she had August 20, the commissioner'swere from the Bradford Square
advised that the resultsof
torney General, 1952. to crank the cash register by Center
In announcing, !Mr Jefferson hand while another cashier a recently completed traffic
said, "I believe my 15 punched the buttons. She also survey concluded that there
need at this time for OLDS
was no
years: experience at the trial stated another reason Wat-
court level, along with yearsof son's closed the doors to the installation of traffic Keystone Bank
to control the flow of
that darkness signals
private legal practice and customers was
in that
traffic
qualify published me legal for this writings position.well I Roping Club area.fast moving Wins DepositOf

am mindful of the grave the The Starke city commissioners Police and END OF THE YEQRLEARANCJ
responsibilities inherent in the Bradford County Roping Department $200,000
position, for in the majority of Club invites all residents of concerned about a great
of traffic accidentsthat
number
cases this is the court of final Bradford County and adjoin- Bid on a $200.000 certificateof
appeal" s ing areas for games and have occurred since the deposit good for 30 days has
Among his many civic and frolics every Saturday nightat opening of the shopping center been awarded by the Bradford
legal activities, Jefferson was the Fairgrounds at 7:30: requested the DOT to conducta School Board to the Keystone
president of the Florida p.m. for enjoyment and entertainment traffic study that would State Bank at 11 percent in-
serve to reduce the tea est.
Council on Crime and y
probability of auto accidents. Keystone State Bank won
Delinquency in 1967-68, and Police Chief Jimmy Bowen out over Florida First
received the Jaycee c 1 said that 18 accidents have National Bank of Jacksonville
Distinguished Service Award 1 1 occurred in the last six
in I960.! ...n3 months involving vehicles which percent.was second high at 10.51

turning off of US-301 into the The$200,000 is a portion of a
parking area or to those regular monthly paymentfrom
3 HFTER BUY2PLUGS pulling out of the parking area the state in education
onto 301. funds, according to Business
INVENTORY The letter contained no Manager Eddie Douglas,
recommendations for the which won't be needed for
needed traffic control, but salaries and the like until late
NOW IS THE TIME TO SAVE AT F. P. C. 2-QtS. OIL said that traffic signals were September when teachers
not needed. receive their first paycheck of
HOLIDAY INVISIBLE and the new school year.

Flea Collars 50% OFF 2BOTTLESFLAT Crosby Home deposit The 30-day will earn certificate the school of 1 1t

SERGEANTS & BANSECT PROOF Broken Into board some $1,800, accordingto

Flea Collars Cog a Cat 20% OFF The home of Jimmy Crosby Other Douglas.banks bidding on the
and Jr. on West Adkins Street and deposit were First National ol
4 LB. BAG 5% Johnson's Feed Store on East Gainesville at 10.055 percent,
Brownlee Street were broken the Community State Bank of I
Sevin Dust 20% OFF SAVE$370with into,according to reports filed Starke and Bank of Green I
with the Starke Police Cove Springs, both at 10 THEY/I
DUST OR GRANULES Department percent; Farmers and
Chlordane 20% Thieves entered the Crosby Dealers Bank of Lake Butlerat
OFF thisCOUPON home August 12 or 13 by 9.5 percent; Florida Bankat
HOLIDAY prying; the screen from a back Starke and Barnett Bank of
door of the residence. Jacksonville at 9 percent.
Foggers 15% OFF Removed trom the premiseswas Declining to bid because of a
a stereo record player lack of collateral available at
and tape deck, 48 tape car the time were the Sun Bank of
No. 835 Sarlo NOW IN STOCK tridges and 40 record albums Gainesville Atlantic Nationalof
valued at $668.50. Jacksonville, American
JAWA CZ The break-in is still under National of Jacksonville, and
Lawn El/Sower/
investigation by Captain First National Bank of
Harold Crews. Gainesville.
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I Demo Rally Dates Set School Budget............................................................ School Starts. Hearing Set In
From( Page 1) (From Page 1))
1974 tax roll and Bradford It was nearing 1 a.m. The proper certification of millageto Lawtey Elementary I
Dates for four Democratic to work out details of the County property owners board was still silent. the board. The attorney students will begin! classes at Extortion TryA
political rallies were set at a rallies with Mrs. Lucille would find immediate "It galls know Hampton
relief me as you to argued that telephone calls 8:30: a.m. until 2:15: p.m.
of the
meeting Bradford Green as chairman Harry from their tax burden," states have to run that advertise. and memorandums do not Students names will be on a
County Democratic Executive Green, Elizabeth Walker, and the conclusion of the ment," Temple began again. constitute certification. roster outside on each preliminary hearing is set Bruno. Threats of property
Committee August 13. Jimmy Crosby. Starting time resolution.The "This budget is that he has damage to the Hampton water
argued
not
dates Temple classroom door. Lunches will at 2:30: p.m. today (Thursday, to
Hampton
Rally and locationare and
and other details will be announced resolution offeredto palatable to any of us. Fundsare received sufficient certification be 45 cents per student each Aug. 22)) in County Court on works both owned
was by
: Store,
next week. not there. If you recall to satisfy him and 66 other two local men charged with General
August 27 Brooker In other business atTuesday's counter a possible move to back in the Spring, we said Florida school boards."If day.Southside Elementary attempting to extort money the mayor, were made unlessa
Farmers Market. meeting, Mrs. Lila roll millage back to Long's there would be $45 the board in that Arthur certain amount of money
supply you get students will report at 8:45: from Hampton Mayor
The
August 30 Lawtey City Rae Yawn was elected recommended figure. money (per student) in the fix, it'll be your responsibility a.m until 2.45: p.m. Students Bruno. was turned over.
hall secretary of the committee, rollback\ motion never came. school." Hardy has been charged as
high (Actually, thereis Temple told Shaw.
will be roster
names on a
September 3 Hampton and !Mrs Sylvia Reddish, "We were prepared for anything $29.50 now.) "I'll take the Charles Lester McCullough, a principal in the first degree
outside each classroom
Elementary School.September treasurer. Guy Andrews is ," Supt. Temple said "A few people out there responsibility.I'll on 31, of Hampton, and Dennis extortion attempt."I .
be to take it the
glad be
are door. Lunch will 45 cents .
Lee 27, of Starke are the real McCoy
6 Starke BUS chairman and Mrs. Lucille later. to make Hardy think its
trying
stadium.Allrallieswilistartatep. with political attorney replied from across per student each day. being held in county jail Chief
Green, vice chairman. Supt. Temple pleaded mileage," Temple continued."If the states Deputy
the board in a 15 minute post- room. Hampton Elementary following their arrest last Green of the Bradford
.m. ------- we'd had a fairer press it "You'll get a fist in the students will report at 8:25: week the Bradford Robert
discussion to by
and candidates for state office midnight adopt would not be so bad," he mouth in a minute," Temple am. until 2:15. Students will Sheriffs ShenfrsDepartment.-------_ _
If Washington is the seat of the budget, which he said the Department. ---
will speak after candidates for could not stated. stated, accusing Shaw ot "ill proceed to their class grade. has been FOR SALE: Lettering Guides -
government, then the tax- board operate McCullough
officesIt "It's time to put all this advising the board." Lunches will be 45 cents
county per with extortion by Stickers stencils and tem
is the
payer pants pocketMickey without.we behind us," Temple cOn- "Oh, no. Oh, no," Shaw student each day. charged
to At The Office Shop.
Porter' in Akron Beacon pared this budget to telephone calls Mayor plates.
was announced that the Journal tinued, calling for an end to replied waving a copy of the Brooker Elementary
the bone. It is bone dry. Wecan't
Lawtey Volunteer Fire without it partisan politics "that should state law, "This is the ]law." students will take in at 8:25: I
Department would serve food operate have died two years ago." "I'm not worried about a.m until 2:15: p.m. Students
at the Lawtey rally, and the The things we do at Temple stated. Finally veteran Board SALE
Christmas touched that, said Temple of Shaw's names will be on a roster
witha Charles
Starke Woman's Club at the are Local resident Member H. A. Lawson movedfor referral to the law. "If you get outside of each classroomdoor. :
final rally in Starke. Other certain grain of extravagance Johns backed Supt.. Temple on adoption of the .." .
beautiful in the budget the board into that fix.. Lunches will be 45 cents
will at as some that point. "Really super- for
groups probably serve calling compliance wtih student each
day.
ways as the extravagance of intendent is right. The issue of Shaw countered mat the per
law
Hampton and Brooker, but the on levying the millage.
have not been announced >et. nature in June. who should be blamed shouldbe Blaine Thompson gave the only box the board was being The school will not furnish SPINNERIN LATCH HOOK RUGS
Robert Collyer quoted by Edward paper and pencil this term.
completely secondary to hemmed into
A committee was appointed I Murphy Woman Day second. The budget was approved -
adoption of the budget. approve Changes to the Bradford
Temple's budget
5-0 on a roll call vote
Bus-Schedule
requested by Chairman immediately.The County is 20% OFF
printed on 13.
Seeber Goodman. difference of opinionwas page

Let Your Voice Be Heard! agreeing Supt. that Temple.the millage while second more time calmly as discussed Shaw explained a Monday Teachers,Aug.19 started,for their work pre- SELECTED: PATTERNS
planning period. Students will
to the board that legal
increase must be advertisedas
attend school for
180 days with
certification should consist of
per state law a one- school ending next June 6, a
ELECT a letter containing the Department
quarter page with type size at In between
Friday. in ad-
least 18 points, inch high, of Education seal and fh
/.t dition to Labor Day Sept. 2, .
and in two editions of a signature the commissionerof
will
there be two days vaction
SPENGLER newspaper a week apart, education or authorized re- at
Thanksgiving, Nov. 28-29;
suggested the board run a presentative. at
10 days Christmas Dec. 23-
second advertisement on top Temple responded that the January 7; and five days of dte
of the required one. The millage as required by the Spring vacation, March 31- I
School'Board Member T second ad, which also appearsin state would not fluctuate April 4. In addition there will
this edition of The further and the board had no be six teacher planning dayson '
Telegraph disclaims any responsibility legal option but to accept the which students will have a /
District by the board for 6.3373 mills and advertise the 'holiday, set for Sept. 20, Nov.
d setting millage. and assessing increase in the paper for a 27, Jan. 6, Jan. 24, March 10, 1517 BESSENT ROAD
property.As public hearing. In addition, and April 28.Teachers .
I, PAT SPENGLER, Want To Serve You On I 1L/ required by law the boardis .337 mills\ will be levied for will\ work 196 STARKE HA
Your School Board. -. advertising the millage debt service, as voted in the days, making their year end PHONES 964-5149 964-6300
increase this week, August 22 past. next June 12.
and has the first of two
I, PAT SPENGLER, Will Represent Your Dol- required public hearings set Hitting at property

lar In Investment. S ii for 7 p.m. Monday, Aug. 26. assessments which have increased SAVE PINTO SAVE MAVERICK SAVE
The millage increase ad, with by 96 percent, almost
I, PAT SPENGLER the board's accompanyingcounter double, this year in Bradford CD! C
Realize You Have A Very Valuable Investment In Your attack will
be printed
County, Shaw referred to
Child's Education And Future.I again in the August 29 editionof school systems as the "scape- 1CO
The Telegraph and the goat" in traditional COo I

PAT SPENGLER, Also Realize Your Dollar Investment, If Not Carefully And second required public maneuvering to increase Novfsflee

Wisely Spent, Can Cause You To Pay Even More In Taxes Than in 1974. weeks hearing,of required the Aug.within 29 two advertisement property property values.values Statewide have not,

will be set when jumped
anywhere near 96
I, PAT SPENGLER, Want To Represent You On Your School Board, Help Protect > the board meets Monday. percent, the attorney con-
Your Investment Continue Our School System As One Of The Best In The Attorney Shaw told the tended. 10 fale(
State,And Let You Speak Through Me As A Board Member. certification group that the of law school states millage that LLJ COm

must be received from the <
State Department of Education dealer
Please Accept My Sincere Thanks And Appreciation For Your Vote before the board is
And Active Support In My Race For Your School Board Member obligated to levy 6.3373 mills. COo 19
"Mr. and I
District No. 2. Please Tell Your Neighbors, Friends And Relatives this point Temple which was agree the on 2
They Need Pat Spengler On YOUR School Board. reason for that flare-up a few t ..rryP forarkie. --

_ minutes ago," Shaw said. r ccUJ O
During a recess of the
(Paid Political Advertisement, by Judy Dukes,Campaign Treasurer) board Shaw and Temple

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August 22. 197-1! TELEGIIAI'll, I'ageS


I 11 Dogs Bother Lake Butler Residents ; Author Will Autograph Copies of New Book I:


And Leslie A. Davis, of 517 reared on a farm in New real estate publications; Friday, and copies will be
Hogs Shouldn't Be There At All Haistens St., Starke,will be at England, and attended Clark found a modest and somewhat autographed for purchases by
Dowling Produce Market College in Worchester, Mass., run-down cottage at a the author.
Two members of the animal further action against the further at a special meeting of meeting is the limit of liabilityfor from 1 to 5 p.m. Friday, Aug. and Fitchburg Teachers reasonable price, and spent -----------
kingdom were the subjects the council and the board on "vandalism" damage. 23, to autograph copies of his College. the next year remodelling it FOR SALE: Typewriter and
under discussion by the Lake offending partierAppintments Monday, Aug 26. Larry mystery story, "Pike's Although spending years as into a comfortable home, Adding Machine ribbons at
Butler City Council Wed- of council -Approved a millage levyof Peninsula," which will be a school teacher and a farmer, doing most of the work The Office Shop.
nesday, Aug. 14. members to five operational Powell,Recreation Director is 7.858 mills on the city's released by the publishers in his long-time avocation has himself.Mr. ------------
"I 1 get about three calls committees recommended by concerned about "vadalism" newly assessed value of September.Mr. been writing. He likes to write Davis has already FOR SALE: Tapes 3M double
week about dogs," a Mayor John Shaw were ap- damage that might occur and $3,836,993, as certified by Davis has resided in stories in which children playa completed another novel, stick, 1/2 inch and 3/4 inch
John Shaw said. "It's hard Mayor to proved. The committees are: the inability t t'?make payment Willard croft Tax Assessor. Starke for over year,coming leading part, although they which he hopes to have wide magic tape. Also
explain to people that from the limited funds in his Last year's ,levy was 8.326 here from Interlachen wherehe are not children's books. published at an early date. Masking Tape 3/4 inch, 1
can't do anything about you FINANCE Margie Cason, recreation budget. Expectedto mills on an assessment of purchased his first Florida He first came to Starke in "Pike's Peninsula" will be inch, 1 1/2 inch and 2 inch
a Chr., Bill White and John be resolved at the to advertisements in sale at this .
stray dog, but that's what we Shaw. joint $3,352,961. property He was born and answer on Dowling's tape. All at The Office Shop.wHLI
have to tell them." SANITARY Sharon -
Councilwoman Sharon Minshew, Chr., T.S. Thomas,
Minshew then gave a com- Jr. and Shaw.STREETT.S..
mittee report on the problemof .Thomas, Jr.,
stray and homeless dogs Chr.,Margie Cason and Shaw. ;
and recommended that the ORDINANCE Margie
city, in cooperation with the Cason, Chr., Sharon Minshewand
county commissioners, set upa Shaw. &
dog pound on the site owned UTILITIES Bill White,
by Union County at the motor Chr., T.S. Thomas, Jr. and J lT7-Tr|
vehicle inspection station. ShawIn A r Q c[
"The area is completely o
-
enclosed by a chain link fence other actions at Wed- [!3BliJffi( L t 1
and there are no houses within nesday's meeting, the L8 .a _

300 yards," Mrs. Minshew council-Earmarked: the sum of :U.S. 301 South SHOPPING Starke Fla.'

said.The suggestion was well $42,000 for the city's paving C NTER J 0 j 0 [
the council and account fund to be included in
they vote to include the the new budget. _
project in the new budget,and -Received and Open Mon Wed 9 To 8 Thurs. Sat 9 To 9 Sun 12 To 6
approved the site for the dog approved a Crayola CRRNS J
pound,subject to the approvalof addition petition of for record for the Go a o Sale Good Thursday-Sunday 22-25 August
the an 11.818 acre plotof
county commissioner's.Taking
land on the southside of SW \ Golden "T"t ,
action ,
on a com- 7rl
plaint raised by certain 11th Street. The proposal to .. i
residents about hogs being annex is being the property to the city ""g CO"" 64 Ct. Pkg.: \' \ /
penned and raised within the planned by Mayor ,* ** PENCILS
John E. Shaw, built-in
city limits Councilman Bill joined by J.B. Oil''" 771I
and Golda Mae The
White said that, "It is my Kelley. I 1
land sharpener.
will
improvement plot rl
understanding: that we had a contain 33 lots for future Colorsl!
6 Ct. Pkg.
referendum the p
on question a Brilliant -
homesites and calls for the -
few and the i : -
horses
years ago #2 leadAssorted
addition of four new streets. .
and cows won but the pigs and '
chickens lost." Attorney Wayne Carroll is r- colors! PKG. _Fh
representing the petitioners. __; Crayola QRftVONS,
White was right. Attorney Because of his personal In- -- -
Hal Y. Maines read
a Golden "T" wN.wwrv
adopted ordinance terest in the proposal Mayor : ,
previously Shaw abstained from
swine prohibit within the the enclosure corporate of the matter. votingon <; \, .' ..O PENCILS t so evr .tt

city lirr.its of Lake Butler -Failing to reach an ,e N' 16 Ct. Pkg. ; <: U,
By unanimous approval of agreement between the j
the council Attorney Maineswas council and the Parks and Assortedbrilliant 23 23 Ct. Pkg. 87PKG. ","" ",:"N
authorized to advise the Recreation board
involving a --
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in violation of the recreation colors I _
were ordinance board action was --
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. Peggy Sue Allen Weds Don Nettles In Grace Baptist ChurchMiss r------


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daughter of Ernest Allen and I
Mrs. Opal Allen, and Donald i
Lee Nettles, son of !Mr and
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marriage Monday J
July 22. at 7:30: p.m in Grace
Baptist Church. Starke. with
Rev Leon T Odom. Jr performing Rehearsal Party ForFaulknerTedder Lingerie Shower For Jean Martin At Bagwell HomeMrs. I
the nuptials I
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Highlighting the altar was a WeddingA Norma Jean Martin, The refreshment table was The hostesses presented the i
large basket of blue and white whose marriage to Jimmy covered with a white lace honoree with a corsage and a
summer flowers with two candelabras rehearsal dinner for the The 31 guests attending Ray Epps was solemnized on cutwork cloth over pink linen floor length lace gown at a
with burning white : I Faulkner-Tedder included the wedding party August 17, was honored at a and centered with white memento of the occasion.
tapers I party was given wedding by the and out-of-town friends and lovely lingerie shower on wedding bells encircled with 15 guests enjoyed the affair. !
Monteen Brewer of relatives.The Tuesday pink and white and
groom's mother, Mrs. George evening August 13, pompoms --------------
Keystone Heights pianist t. dining table was cen- given by Mrs Johnnie P baby's breath. The coffee
presented a program of Baldesare at the Holiday Inn tered with a blue and white Johnson and Mrs Donald B. service cart was also IM A. Baldwin attended the
nuptial music Friday night August 16, and at the decorated with the weddingbell 75 Oldsmobile show in
following the mums arrangement Bagwell home of the
Larry O'Neal served as best \ rehearsal I of Kathleen wedding burning candles. A toast was latter on S. Cherry Street. theme. Atlanta on Monday.
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man and the ushers were ] Faulkner and Richard Ted- given by the groom's sister,
Rodney Griffis of Starke and der !Miss Linda Tedder of Atlanta.

Lex Miss Johns Robin of Corbin Macclenn of Starke FOR PROVEN LEADERSHIP


She attended wore as a light maid blue of empire honor. punch bowls. Mrs. Joann South Florida the couple is Stork Shower For Mrs. McKinneyAt AND CONTINUED PROGRESSLet's

A-line knit gown with five Beckham of Hawthorne kept residing at Griffis Loop.
white seed pearls down the the bride's book.Following ( Mr Nettles is employedwith Newland Home
front panel. She carried a a wedding trip to the City of Starke.

nosegay of blue carnationswith Mrs Gareth F. Jones and Andy decorations were usedon
blue and white Mrs. Randy Newland the door and tables. The Keep
'Singing Teens' Heardat were
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streamers.Sue hostesses at a stork shower buffet centerpiece was an
Ann Nettles, niece of and luncheon arrangement of pink, blue,
August 14 at
the groom,was flower girl and Youth Meet in Texas 12:30: p.m. honoring Mrs. yellow and white pompoms. BLAINETHOMPSON
Lawrence O'Neal, nephew of Dewey B. McKinney held at After a special toast to the A' JOHNNIE
the bride was ring bearer. Starke was well representedat Davis, !Marlon Thornton, the Newland's home on honoree by the hostesses,
Given in marriage by her the 1974 National World Richard Hall, and Bob Kois- Kingsley Lake.Raggedy lunch was served to the
father the bride wore a white Baptist Youth Conference in tinen. A total of 49 enjoyed the Ann and Raggedy twenty guests.As ;
lace gown over blue organdywith Arlington, Texas, August 5-9 week of outstanding Bible a memento of the occasion -
an empire waist and A- with over 6,000 people from 17 preaching and competition at Sonja Biggs the hostesses
line skirt with a blue satin states. The "Singing Teens" the Arlington Baptist Schools. presented Mrs. McKinneywith
ribbon interlaced down the from the Pine Level Baptist HonoredOn an orchid corsage,a baby +y A MEMBER OF TilE
front. She wore a small gold Church, entered the choir clothes hamper and a hand- ,
necklace with the name Peggy competition with two num- Retirement Dinner made baby quilt. //J. kI SchISard
on it. and carried a white bers, "Come Holy Spirit" and 16th BirthdayMiss
Bible topped with white car- "Happy Am I. Under the Given For 1 DIST.COUNTY-AT-LARGE
nations with blue and white r. :
direction of Pastor John
streamers and green ivy. Her Strickland, the "Singing Capt. EdwardsCapt. honored Sonja Biggs was SheppardCowartEngagement \ FAMILY MAN BUSINESSMAN
at a surprise lun-
lace headband, interlacedwith Teens" went on to take first I VICE-CHAIRMAN SCHOOL BOARD
blue satin ribbon securedher place in the Class I Choir and Mrs. J. E. Ed- cheon and party on her 16th ToldMr. ,
shoulder length sheer Competition.The wards of Raiford were honor birthday August 12, given by )
white lace veil.A Choir traveled on their guests at a retirement dinner Laura Kay Thomas and Julie and Mrs. William J.
reception was held in the church bus and stayed at the given for Capt. Edwards at Griffis at the Thomas home on Dooling of Starke announcethe There's No Time For 011- The-Job
301 S.
church Reception Hall. Scottish Inn of Texas. After 7:30: p.m., August 2, at the Highway engagement of her
The bride's table was the final meeting on Thursday Union Correctional Institution Those, attending were Cindy daughter, Sandra Sue
centered with four tiered Employees' Club House. Gissy Nancy Ormsbee,
a afternoon Six Flags over Sandra Sheppard, to Huey Columbus Training
wedding cake and at each end Texas was a welcome sight. I. C. McKenzie, security coordinator ,Susan Biggs, !Mrs. Bobby Cowart, son of Mr. and Mrs.
were punch bowls. The table with the Division of Biggs Faulkner Laura
The "Singing Teens" were Charley C. Cowart of Starke.
Thomas, Kathy Locke Jenny Blaine Thompson is progressive and experienced
was covered with a paper cheered on by Mr. and :Mrs. Corrections( presented a !Miss Sheppard is a 1974 a young
table cloth with pictures ot the Vernie Thornton Mr. and plaque to Capt. Edwards com- Tomlinson and Julie Griffis. graduate of Bradford High Businessman. Owner of Wishbone Chicken. lie is now serving on
bride on it. Blue crepe paper :Mrs. Jimmy Thornton, Shane memorating more than 22 Kathy Locke assisted in School. the School Board as Vice-Chairman. lie is concerned about our
was draped on the wall behind Thornton Mrs. Leoma Whitehead years of distinguished service which serving the the honoree luncheon opened, after her The wedding will take placein schools, and is doing all he can to make them better at the lowest
the punch table Mrs. Shirley Moore with the Division of Correc- November.ectfC cost to the
:Mrs. Joyce Johns of ;Mac- Mrs Elva McRae. Mrs. tions. R. D. Massey superin- gifts. taxpayers.
clenny cut the cake and Beulah Thornton !Mrs Julia tendent of UCI, presented Mr. Johnnie
Martha Brantley and :Miss Alvarez. Bobby Smith, John Edwards with a fresh water Blaine Thompson Has Served Four

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Funeral Home I I chicken smoked,bear.smoked venison, and ., INTEGRITY


STARKE PHONE 96462OORENTAL Capt.reside and in Mrs.retirement Edwardswill EARNESTLY SOLICITS YOUR VOTE AND I; .;: EXPERIENCE
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I Miss Kathleen O'Dell Faulkner Becomes Bride of Richard C. Tedder Jr Woman's Club Observes Teachers Luncheon Given For Mrs. Coran I IMrs.

The First Christian Church
of Starke was the setting Presiding at the punch table The Junior Woman's Club of button of 14 cakes to the Cula Coran who will Orleans and Mrs. Morgan
Saturday, August 17, at 7 p.m ;dpl.lirw were Mrs. Henry Tomlinson Starke observed its annual county schools. leave Saturday for Carmichael Darby of Gainesville.
for the wedding of Miss Kath and Mrs Dan Harley. Teacher's Appreciation Day, Mrs. Alicia Sterfa, educa- Calif. to make her The buffet table was
leen O'Dell' Faulkner Floor hostesses were Misses Tuesday, August 20, by distrl- tion chairmal'1l, says that the home, was honored at a buffet covered with a white cutwork
daughter of 1\11' and Mrs Lisa Reddish and Paula Lock Junior Woman's Club has luncheon last Saturday given cloth and was centered with
James H. Faulkner, to Passing out rice bags were Gay-Sellers scheduled monthly activities by Mrs. W. B. Mundy. an arrangement of white
Richard C. Tedder of Ilamp Robert Carver and James which will In some way show The 13 guests included the daisies.
ton,son of 1\1rs. George Balde Carver, nephews of the bride. Wedding PartyEntertained the club's appreciation to the Gleaner's Sunday School class The class presented Mrs.
sare of Atlanta. Ga and Following a wedding trip, teachers of Bradford County of the First Baptist Church, Coran with a devotional book
Benny Tedder also 01 Atlanta the couple is residing an for their devotion to the education Mrs. Isabelle Weldon of New signed by all the members of
Jim Shaw, minister 01 the Hampton.The process. the class.
First Christian Church in bride is a 1973 honor William Arlen Gay, Sr. of 88th Birthday --------------
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graduate of Bradford High
Hampton performed the Jacksonville was host at a
nuptials. School and attended Atlanta dinner party Friday night, Misses Debbie Spengler and Observed by Ensign Barry Firth of
highlighting the altar were Christian College In Atlanta August 16, at 7:30: p.m at the Anne Haynes returned to Corpus Christi, Texas was
two standing baskets of white Mr. Tedder is a 1971 Garden Restaurant honoring North Florida Junior College Saturday overnight guest of
gladioli and blue mums graduate of Columbia High his daughter, Janine on Monday. Mrs. R. H. FutchMrs. his parents, Mr. and Mrs R.
against a' background of arched School In Atlanta attended fiance, Ronnie Sellers, following E. Firth
and tree candelabra with "r Atlanta Christian College, and the couple's wedding R. H. Futch of Lawtey
Is Alton Box Bealof 1\11'5. J. W. Kincaid visited
burning tapers. A unit: candle employed by rehearsal. Mr and Mrs Hoist C. celebrated her 88th birthday
was also used.Providing et' Board in Whitehouse, Fla.BIRTHS. The dining table was cen- Macon, Ga. are visiting her Sunday August 18, with a her sister Mrs.C. C. Hoppe in
a program of t'II. tered with an arrangement of mother, Mrs J. L. Gentry, party held at Strickland'sLanding Tampa last week
nuptial music were Mrs John while gladioli and yellow several days 'this week. on Kingsley Lake
1\11' and Mrs Art Landmanof
A. Reddish, pianist I
and Mrs mums Sharing the happy occasion
Vernon Reddish soloist. Guests Included the bridal Mr.and Mrs Robbie Shaller with Mrs. Futch were New York City spent four
approximately
visited Mr. and 1\1rs. days last week with Mr. and
Guy Tedder, grandfather of party the bride's grand- Edgar 75 friends and
the groom served as: best parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Gunter and family in Mel- relatives. Those from out-of- 1\11'8. Hex Brown
man. Ushers were Benny 1'' Mr. and Mrs. Jerry E. Epperson, the minister, and bourne over the weekend. slate were: Lacy Futch and
kidder. father of the groom, w Redding of Heilbronn Springs close family friends. They brought back with them daughter, Patsy, of Waycross, 1\11' and Mrs. James Barron
Butch Faulkner. brother of announce the birth of a The honored couple ex- Mark and Elaine Gunter for a Ga.. 1\11' and Mrs Ronnie and I\1rs. E. 1\1. Davis visited
the bride J. Warren Carverr daughter, Angela Carol, on changed personal gifts and weeks visit 'With them and 1\IcCellon and children of Claude Anderson in a Jack-
brother-in.law of the bride August 6 in St. Vincent's. presented gifts to their atten- with their grandmother, Mrs Vadalia Ga and Mr.and Mrs. sonville Nursing Home and
and Robert E. Smith Given in Hospital. Maternal grandparents dants during the dinner Nancy Gunteil' Arle Blevins of Lynox, Ga. Paul Etheredge in Jackson
marriage by her Mr. and Mrs. ville on Monday.
are
1\1rs. J. Warren Carver father the to a satin headpiece.The gown
bride wore a gown Ralph J. Darley, and
attended her sister as matron with and veil were designed and -
of honor. Miss Linda Tedder bodice Chantilly lace and satin constructed by the bride.A maternal greatgrandmotheris
sister of the groom was and satin cummerbund reception was held in the Mrs. Maggie A. Glisson, all
bridesmaid I. and Miss Christie ended long lace sleeves that church Fellowship Hall where of Starke. Paternal grand-
in
scallops at the wrists. Mr.and Mrs L. A. peeial
parents are
Faulkner sister of the bride The skirt of 1\11'5. J. M. Edwards Jr.
as junior bridesmaid. The lace and satin panels ended Chantilly with greeted guests at the door. Redding of Lawtey and
a Miss Sandra Tomlinson paternal great-grandmother
attendants kept
were gowned alike wide
satin band
at the
bottom.
Mrs. Ceceila of
IS Redding
in long blue the bride's book.
you ns with white She
wore round

waist design and featuring short sleeves.an empire They arrangement and carried of opal white a cascade earrings carna- covered The bride's with a table white was lace Raiford. A Large Quantity Of Merchandise

cloth centered with three-
wore blue straw hats with tions with blue streamers on a a Eastern StarBanquet
white satin trim and carried white Bible tiered cake topped with a
a gift of the
long stemmed blue carna- groom tier waist length veil wedding wedding couple cross. and Miss a Nancy silver Aug. 24
tions. of Chantilly lace Has Been Drastically Reduced.
was attached
Fullwood, Mrs Edwin .
E Williams and Mrs Gerald Starke Chapter 22-1, Order of
//rt Griffis cut and served the the Eastern Star will have a
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VOTE \
FOR AND RE-ELECT cake. covered dish supper Saturday,
The punch table was cen- August 2-1, at 7 p.m in the
H.A. tered with a crystal punch Masonic Hall.
bowl encircled with fern and Special honors will be given
LAWSON blue mums and balanced with to Robert Morris, founder of BuNOwE! Save
a ceramic bride and groom the Order of the Eastern Star
and all Master Masons.

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of Kingsley Lake announce couple lit Duplicate Bridge
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Elizabeth, to Randall Ray were second and Jeff Wren-
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The double ceremony will --------------

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Lake and Mrs. J. 1\1.
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into Focus :; HST = .J';.if' is easy to postpone or neglect some of the important
.1 # things that should be done on our farms when we are gettingso
/ < ( : '; much rainy weather and flooding conditions However, to

.%. postpone things like taking soil samples and having equip-
i ment ready for land preparation and crop harvest when
A much clearer picture of Bradford better qualified to pass on the huge 1 1 '",. q qi'1 conditions permit could be costly to some farming

school operations which puts the budget document. Hut the budget clearly was I '..:." operations.. Here are just a few of the things different far-
break.down into a more concise form unfamiliar to the board. l r mers should be thinking about now.

was given the School Board, the public,
The information however welcome As soon as tobacco harvest is complete tobacco stalks
and the press by Superintendent Jim should be destroyed. This destruction should include the
the board's came (too late in the budget procedure.For I! i them to the
Temple last Thursday at plowing up of roots( in order to expose drying
.
public hearing on its new $().633 someone not expert in school ,;.s.r'.:'. action of the wind and sun. Nematode populations can be
bill. finance, it will take weeks to digest the Fpta. reduced by plowing out the roots. Destroying the stalks will
spending( new information. The board should not r f.t.t' It \ l rf' also reduce populations of several insects and diseases and

I / / ...,. thereby make control easier. Horn worms flea beetles,
have had to act on that information the
The school board meeting room full of II viruses, and other insects and diseases can live on suckers
educators and some private citizens, same night it was received.We / ':. ::': and unharvested leaves and thereby increase their numbers,

dwindled in number Supt. I j ', which will make control more difficult next year.
/
gradually; as i ;1;
do respect' Mr. Temple's! repeatedvow -
Temple painstakingly explained thl'budgl't of openness. It was made clear to ..... (':i :'' Fertilizer shortages and prices are causing those interested -
item-b>-item for some t 6 1/2 I .> in crop production to take a look at cover ciops
the and last Thursday night / :"ti1t
press public From the standpoint of soil fertility, possibly the greatest
hours before the document was givenlinal ".:Jil' ..
that the superintendent will discuss "any ;? :""-'.:-, 'I' contribution of a cover crop is to increase the amount of
by the School Hoard.It w i ; \ ;
approval IZ.
matter and answer any question to the ;; ,' ,. .. vegetation returned to the soil to be converted into organic
fullest. We plan in the coming year to ... ..: matter. Some of the functions of soil organic matter are as
was indeed an exercise in "open him to the test. There are still things follows: acts as a storehouse of nutrients nitrogen, phos-

ness" which the superintendent has put we'd like to know about local I sl'hoolbudgl.tary phorus, sulfur, etc, increases the water holding capacity ;
talked about From this information, provides energy for microorganism activity: releases
problems.Now carbon dioxide stabilizes
; increases exchange capacity
will understanding
study give a greater
structure and improves tilth. Legumes, since they have the
of school spending in 197475. But into it can be seen how much moneyis ability to fix atmospheric nitrogen produce organic matter

the wee hours last Thursday night going into administration, how many higher in this element than do grasses, Many grasses, under
School Hoard members thumbed administrators are included under the adequate fertility levels will produce more vegetation than
legumes but since it is lower in nitrogen content, it decom-
the as the
through pages, as puzzled; heading of supervisors or consultantsand
(converts into soil matter)
more slowly.
organic
audience not always able to" I find the charged ott to instruction. It can be poses

page to which the superintendent was seen that comparatively little is left for Pastures that are to be used for deferred grazing should be

leteinng. routine maintenance. The number of fertilized in late August or early September in north Florida
and about a month later in the southern areas of the state
professional "support" personnel
Since the quality of our perennial grass forages decreases
"You may not think so, but that compared to the number of regular rapidly with advancing age, mature grass used for deferred
budget is up here" Supt. Temple told a classroom teachers can also be ascertained. 1 The Christian' Scianc Monitor grazing will be low )in quality I Out: can lit into a forage.

reporter pointing an index finger program when supplemental protein and energy are
toward his brain. provided.

With information such this,
We believe Supt.! Temple has grownextremely as many According to some of the livestock outlook information I
familiar with the complicated questions can be answered, perhaps and received recently, Florida feeder calves will not show a price

But still do not many more asked. Supt. Temple has Letters to the Editor. improvement even though prices for fed cattle seem to be
education budget. we
announced that any person can obtain a increasing slightly Large numbers of feeder calves and
think the School Board or public had of the budget he handed out heavy dependence on trucking will keep pressure on (Florida
proper information prior to Thursday copy prices. Good 430 to500( pound steer calves will likely stay in
night on which to base an opinion on the Thursday night, simply by request. the$25 to$28 range during August and September This is not
hud l't. It m'1.Y I from the "Two Bit in Gainesville also require good news to our cattlemen who\ are having to sell at this
Those interested in the county's education 'smutY SIGHT Politician." (Some are not persons involved in alcohol- time.

It the board could have studied for a system would do w'lIto study thehudgl't. worth 25 cents) to the Power related olfenses to attend
Editor Teleuraoh: \\it>ldmg Super Politician in mental health clinics but AA
admits
trw weeks the budget information given Supt. Temple some
the United States and All Over is their primary organizationto
out last Thursday, come back: and had things in the spending bill can be I would appreciate in The World, stand belore their send persons with alcohol Farm Bureau Directors

inestions answered it would have been (questioned. Rightly so, we think. }our letters column to space reply to own mirrors, that Sunday a problems. In fact Mental

the "Sorry Sight" letter by half hour before normal Health in Gainesville almost Review Plans
Randme Johnson of Jacksonville Sunday :Morning Services, and invariably sends persons with Building
in your issue of August I- truthful with themselves, alcohol problems to AA The
The Promiseof The Tragedy 15. (rn(1 one person solitaire reason for this is contained in Bradford County Farm agent's office conference
Did all of you readers do cheating), and decide before "Alcoholics Anonymous as "a Bureau directors are in the room, and storage space.
your home work alter readingour God, if their own lives are Community Resource, process of finalizing plans fora Huggins said the building
Mr. Ford oj"ftlr.lrixoll latest propaganda article without any lies, blemishes published by the National headquarters building in the would be headquarters lor a
put out by our honorable Representative dishonesty, or moral turpitude Council on Alcoholism, Inc., area of the County Agriculture Farm Bureau service man
i Frank Those that sense their and distributed by AA and Center, GT. Muggins, and complete informationabout
Richard Nixon Williams own faults after this "SelfAnalsis" mental health clinics all over president of the organization all FB( programs will l be>
during a long ansoml.tim's
The Nation breathed a collective sigh Who is Randme Johnson: could then take that our nation The first said following a directors available The office would be
of l relief when Gerald K. Ford took the productive) political career, Who did she work for in "One Giant Step" toward paragraph in the book is the meeting August 12. open live days a week during

oath ot office as President and then, in a mastered the intricacies of political Bradford County Who is she Peace, Prosperity and AA Preamble, the second is Huggins said it is hopl 'to regular office hours.
quiet firm voice, assured us that "our power, but somehow failed to master now married to? You find Freedom, throughout the wh} Mental Health uses AA I have "materials on the The building will be
| national is Richard Nixon, That was his downfall.Mr. these answers and then your? World by correcting their own quote: ground" to start constructionby financed by t the sale of
long nightmare over. eyes shall really be opened to( faults and misdeeds and "Alcoholism is known to the time of the Farm revenue ceititicales. Huggins
fact or fiction. trying to live more closely to Bureau's annual meeting in said, which will pay a good
social work of the
As bind the internal wounds of : Nixon was a tragically flawed today as one
Wl' "Golden Rule. who
up It is always interesting t to( The and baffling October. Details of the site rate of interest to those
\\atergate more painful and more President who could not and would not note that at politicking time most complex the worker faces as selection and building con- purchase them.Bradford .

poisonous than those of foreign wars" admit error, and regarded his personal our Representative is avail- William II Summers problems he attempts to help families struction will be released as County Farm

:Mr. Ford added, "let us restore the political enemies as the Nation'sl'nemiesu able, but after an election Hampton, Fla, solve their problems. Few are soon as completed, Huggins Bureau now has a total of 631

Golden Rule to our political process and enemies who must be exterminated committee meetings, com'en- the social workers who have said. substantial membership families, last a
tions, and visiting other gain over
.VTIIY TOWARD AA not heard of Alcoholics
AP
let love hearts of at cost. The FB headquarters here
brotherly purge our any districts have priority over us and its year. Huggins said. In
Anonymous great will be modeled after Union
suspicion and of hate. here in Bradford County. statewide the
in enabling tens of membl'rshlf'
In the end this man of some admitted Did you ever carefully read Dear Mr. Matthews: success thousands' of alcoholic men County's facility, and will (Farm 2.000
These simple words and the overwhelming the ads placed by the honor- house a reception officesecretary's new membership families last
.ability allowed his worst instincts to Thank for publishingour and women to win their way office, insurance
you he added
\ feeling that Mr. Ford is the dominate his actions and the actions of able Frank Williams Please recent article about the back to sobriety. Many have year
man who can make them become a note the wordshelped, Bradford Group of AlcoholicsAnon been curious to know how this
his underlings, in crucial decisions. That helped, helped. A vote by the
reality, were like a fresh breath of pure again, was part of the tragedy of' raise of your hand.. a nod of }mous. It is rewarding to group has other succeeded individuals when and so 22ml Annual Florida

mountain air after the twojear stenchof Richard Nixon. your head while falling asleep find about a person his fellow truly concerned and groups many have failed, to learn
Watergate.The will\ give the "help" t to another man more about its workings; and
willing to help The article
Representative who really did finally, to discover how they Folk Festival To Feature
But if the former President's seventh the work for his district. reached at least one still-
President relate to Alcoholics
new projects an easygoing and him can
suffering man guided
and his crisis
hopefully finalpublic How many bills did :Mr for the benefit of
charisma, and the image of a man ended in tragedy for him, it also ended in Williams prepare for sub- to our group. Anonymous their clients" Starke TalentThe
who l'lIbe trusted because he himself Keystone
\ ; mission Whatere they"flow
a long overdue triumph for our constitu- Since you have known our ,
trusts others. tional process. If Mr. Nixon and Water- many passed Most of family for I-don't-know-how- What we found in Bradford
all--out of his efforts what did I feel free to County, with the exception of 22nd annual Florida Florida, but continues his
many years
Judging by his past record Gerald gate did nothing else, they taught us he accomplish for us (the
write to you and tell you some jour newspaper and some Folk Festival set on the banksof activities as folklore advisorto
Ford( is not likely to become a brilliant that we are still governed by a system of people) in Bradford County? of the problems we have individual members of the the Suwannee River in the festival

President, or one who\ will go down in laws and not of men. But we will be It would be interesting to encountered in setting ua local Jaycees, was almost White Springs Aug. 30-31: and Dr. Bertha Bloodworth,

history as especially innovative or paying the high price of that lesson for know. group of Alcoholics complete apathy and lack of Sept.. 1 will present a large English professor at the
-Nancy K. Causeyf"CETHEIllUWn in Bradford Our Mental will cite of
imaginative in his administration. But years to come. Anonymous understanding delegation of highly qualified University origins
County. An AA group has Health Clinic personnel, Dr. performers and craftsmen many place-names in Florida,
during" a quarter of a century of public never succeeded here, and we Lennon and Dr. Anderson, from the Alachua Bradford a subject which has interested
lite he has learned to reconcile differences Many questions remain unansweredas ; used eight months deter- seem willing to cooperate but Putnam Clay county area, her for years She is coauthorof
without making (enemies.., to to Mr. Nixon's future. Should he be Since the demise of mining why before we even don't seem to have the time to according to Thelma' A. a book soon to he publishedon
make honorable compromises in order to prosecuted for obstruction of justice and Watergate is beginning 1 started. My wife and I have devote to AA. This is sur- Boltin, long-time director of "Florida Place-Names";;
assume the "Halo Factories" had extensive in since according to our the The fourthgenerationFloridian
experience prising nationally publicizedevent
abuse of in the interest of
get the job done... and to know the value power, equal
all over the World will come to working with AA groups in information Dr. Anderson ( has wide knowledgeof
ol candor in dealing with\ his colleaguesin justice under the law, or should he be a screeching halt, due to a New York my wife 17 years went to a three-week Starke Keystone Heights the state's folk tales
the Congress and with his constituents (dismissed as a former President and left slackening market. The and myself nine years. workshop in Avon Park to Gainesville Palatka and legends and history.

back home. He has proved hiscompetency alone in retirement? It is a difficult majority are right, in insistingthat learn specifically about Crescent City will be Among popular singing and
in political give and take, dilemma, and whichever course is taken "No man is above the One of the things we did was alcoholism and how to treat represented during the week- instrumental groups returning -
law," so no doubt Richard M investigate AA in surrounding persons with alcoholism end of folklore music, dan- to the Florida Folk
it will further and the threatof
and more important in this post- bring pain Nixon, like anyone else. counties, how many groups problems Our Bradford cing and craft demonstrationsat Festival from Gainesville will
Watergate climate his basic decency.As greater national division. should pay the penalty for his they have and the attitude of County Judge and Sheriff's the 250-acre Stephen Foster be the Mildew Brothers the
transgressions Yet during the newspapers, judges, law Dept want to send persons Memorial park, A total of 34th St Laundromat string
he humbly acknowledged in his Some Americans feel that the former "Two-Year Nightmare" there enforcement officials and with drinking problems onlyto seven programs are band, and George and Marilyn

low .ke. swearing-in address, he is President has been sufficiently punishedby has been such a bumper crop mental health clinics towards our Mental Health Clinic scheduled no two alike. They Heaps-Nelson.
America's l first President of self righteous persons, I AA What we found in St.- because it is a State agency.. will be seen and heard at 10 Ltd by Ray Valla the Mil-
to the
gain his resignation from office, but it is
wonder how many will survive Petersburg Ocala They seem completely a.m., 1:30: and 7:30: p.m. dew Brothers feature blue-
White House without the aid of the difficult to see how this course of actioncan this over-crowded market on Gainesville Palatka unaward of the approach of Friday and Saturday, Aug. 30- grass mandolin and guitar
ballot box. The secret deals and be reconciled with the tradition of the strength or weakness of so Augustine, and Jacksonville almost every other County in 31, and at 10 a.m, on Sunday numbers. Valla plays mandolin -
obligations to big-time campaign contri- equal justice under the law. The final many dubious virtues was without exception, Florida to the problem of Sept 1Starke, and guitar Bob Higgm-
butors were wholly absent from his ascension decision of course, is to Special For the minority who many successful groups alcoholism. Since alcohol. will be representedby botham banjo. :Mark Morrell
up sucked the last drop of established cooperation of related crimes are more than W. B. McKinney who will dobro guitar John Macefield
to the highest office in the land. Prosecutor Leon Jaworski, and it will political life blood out of judges law enforcement 50 percent of all crimes play his violin at the festivalfor fiddle Mike Herman bass and

Therefore, he is perhaps the first undoubtedly be the most difficult'' Richard M, Nixon primarilyfor officials, newspapers and committed their attitude and the fifth time, featuring guitar
American President to assume office in a decision of his life. their own political mental health clinics. lack of knowledge of what is Stephen Foster melodies and The 34th St. Laundromat

position to be 100 per cent his own man, salvation or the thin fringe of being done in the alcoholismfield religious numbers. His accompanist group Florida's 1973
with no strings attached \Ve believe that in order the news media who hated his Using Alachua County as an is surprising. vVe believe is Mrs Mona champion old-time band, is
to the
secure for I wish there it this is the AA has
guts years example, since joins reason Canova. led by John Johnson, guitar,
Mr Ford's debt Nation from any threat of future was some way that they could Bradford the judges send never succeeded in our Keystone Heights will be fiddle and vocals; Jack
only now is to the tyranny the due and full process of the have the confined life in a persons directly to AA, if County. represented by the Plainsmen Schuster fiddle mandolinand

American people and to history. He is in law must be applied to !Mr. Nixon as it Prisoner of War compound, there is an alcohol.related a group of young singers guitar; Leilana Cook,
an enviable position to prove himself would be to any other private citizen. for a taste of its tortuiebrainwashing crime or offense involved and Thank you again for being and instrumentalists who guitar, dulcimer and vocals;
worthy of their trust. indignities fora they (the Judges) require truly concerned about your perform regularly at the and Doran Dater sabine flute
few months or longer proof of attendance at AA fellow man Feel free to do Goldhead Branch State Park. and banjo.J Oster who makes
Perhaps they would return meetings. Sometimes judges anything you wish with this Led by Randy Brown guitar some of the group's Instruments -
I ORID,4 with a. little better judgment, letter, and with the information the group includes Ricky ,will have a booth in the
cot, thinking the plus factors of contained in it. Brown banjo Ricky Under- crafts area where he can show
4 Richard M Nixon far out IhE: OCd 12 wood guitar and Azell Nail, his work
N nctwl mili: F shone his human nature l2&tNrv We in AA wish to remain guitar Mr. and Mrs. Heaps-Nelson,
N MEMBER p4 faults, as I believe future anonymous at the level of Dr. Alton C. Morris well- who recently returned from a
historians will judge his press, radio, and T.V. known Gainesville collector of two-year stay in South
OC C political career! 4oea However, feel free to keep my folk songs and long-time America will make their
> 1913 I would like to suggest that advisor and mentor of the
third at the
BOBG, FERGUSON JOHN M MILLER name and my wife's name on appearance
1ON Publishers Rev Billy Graham, :Nixon's file, and to give our names to Florida Folk Festival, will Florida Folk Festival. He
close friend and spiritual individuals if they request appear on the Friday morning plays harmonica and guitar,
Published each Thursday and entered as second Class Matter at the Post Office at Starke Fla. under Act adviser proclaim some them. program. His subject will be she plays banjo, guitar and
of March 3, 1879 specific Sunday as a "Day Of "Florida Heritages are Re- accordion.The .
Subscription rate in trade area: $6 per year $3 50 six months Atonement" in respect of -Two Who Were HelpedBy flected in the Florida Folk event is sponsored by :
Outside trade area: $7 per year: $4.00 six months Richard M. Nixon. On that Almost everyone wants to be Alcoholics Anonymous Festival. Dr. Morris has the Stephen Foster Memorial I
Phnnp qTvt RTOS Starke, Fla. day, Rev Graham might better but not right now." retired from the English Department with assistance of the Florida
suggest that every politician at the University of Federation of Music



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Out-of-town guests at the SAVE W TyI
wedding of Kathy Faulknerand 7
Rick Tedder Saturday ;
night were Mr. and Mrs.
George Baldesare, Steven tVwT//
Baldesare Mr. and Mrs. 1
Benny Tedder Mr. and Mrs.
Guy Tedder Linda Tedder \
Stephen and Donna Platt Mr. I
and Mrs. K. M. Sean all of
Atlanta; Mr. and Mrs. Lou S
Faford of Merritt Island, Mr.
and Mrs. George Pontious of
Miami, Bob Ritchie, Doug
Boehme Joe Risse Daytona
Dee Rindge, Charleston,S.C., L LQuantify
Mr.and Mrs. Edwin O. Ward,
Sr. and Edwin O. Ware Jr.,
Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. C.
J. Tyrrell, Cirdy: and Kevin. l
Munford Tenn., Mr. and Mrs. tiF
Sam Superior Mr. and Mrs. BEEF PEO
George Davidson Orange EF !
Park Mr. and. Mrs. Ray L
Provost Debbie and Donna
and Mr. and Mrs. R. B.
ville.Hubbard and Bruce Jackson


Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Rights
Cassidy of Keystone Heights ReservedWINN
visited Mr. and Mrs. Tullie
Norman Saturday.Mr. PRICES GOOD THURS. AUG. 22 THRU WED. AUG. 28 'COPYRIGHT' DIXIE: STORES 1974 INC

.and Mrs. T. K.Stokes of
Jacksonville are spending this W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF BOTTOMROUND LOIN SLICED
week with their son-in-law and
daughter Mr. and Mrs. Bill SLICEDOR'li PORK"
Sessions.Mr. ROAST cON PS

and Mrs. Eldon Sappare
spending several days
with Mr. and Mrs. Sidney SAVE
Emanuel in Casselberry. $ :. ... 1
c q-
71 HVGRADC ;
Rev and Mrs. J. D. Robinson IB.IB.. .
attended the homecomingat i38 BALL PARK 98

near Center Ocala Hill on Baptist Sunday Church where FRANKS 1.L8.

speaker.Rev. Robinson was guest I-IB.PKG. $119 PKG. L8

_ _ _ _
Mrs.Ewell Lawson,Mr. and USDA INSP. W-D BRAND PURE (NO ADDITIVES) USDA GRADE "A" QUICK FROZEN W-D BRAND ASTOR PURE VEGETABLESHORTENING

Cherie Misses Mrs. Jimmy Debbie Lawson Blackwell Lawson attended and and the GROUND BEEF BAKING HENS

Woods family reunion in Point .
South,S.C.over the weekend.


Bradford Local County admittances Hospital this to JINNII-0 $ 9 9 'f. _. '"J"' / SAVE 20c $ 29

week include: Mrs. Inez WHITI 4 DARK MEAT fr .t .' -
Green Mrs. Christina TURKEY 3
5 49'S
Leverett Harvey Cooper ) j 1fj'
Jeffry Hart James Thorpe, ROAST LB. LB.
John W. Smith and Mrs.Helen li ; .:...,
Henley, Starke; Mrs. tPKG.. $199 PKG L8. CAN
Catherine Thomas and Mrs. Limit 1 with $7.50 or more purchase excluding cigarette
Maggie DeWaters, Hampton;
Cornelius Suter Keystone
Heights Alexander Rogers,
;
SAVE" 31 1c WO BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF ROUND OR
Raiford; John Bennefield SAVE lie PORK SHANK HALF OR WHOLE SIRLOIN; I SAVE 40c USDA CHOICE IAMB RIB OR HUDSON VIVID COLOR

Lake Melrose.Butler; Victor Black Fresh Ham LS 88C Tip Steak . LB $188 Sirloin Chops LB $189 Napkins .3'V0Y $1

SAVE Tit FRESH BOSTON BUTT SAVE 30c W.I[ BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF SAVE 40c.USDA CHOICE LAMB THRIFTY MAID

Loper Coach and and family Mrs. returnedlast George Pork Roast . La 88C Chuck Roast L.98C Loin Chops La $1"SUPERBRAND Applesauce 3 -"s':: 88C
weekend from an extended -
SAVE 30 USDA CHOICE SAVE 3UWD BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF COFFEE THIRST QUENCHER

duty in vacation Washington and ,military D. C. Leg 0' Lamb La $139 Chuck Steak L. $108 Creamer . 5 &1.. $1 Gatorade 3 Vus; $1
Highlighting their vacation .
included being special SAVE SIcWD BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF PORTERHOUSE OR BANQUET FRIED (10 OR MORE PIECES. FULLY COOKED) SAVE I7t THRIFTY MAID FRENCH STYLE DOUGLAS WHOLE

the Commandant of guestsof the T-Bone Steaks La $198 Chicken..2 & $199 Green Beans 41'N' $100 Chicken . 'CAN 99CSAVE
Marine Corps,General Robert
Cushman, at a lawn -party 2I< W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF TOP ROUND OR SWIFT PREMIUM FULLY COOKED SAVE 17c THRIFTY MAID MIXED SAVE 33c THRIFTY MAID STEWED

parade reception.at the concert Historic and Marine Sunset Sirloin Steak LS $198 Ham Patties '& $139 Vegetables 4 CANS 6 $100 Tomatoes 4 CANTS $1

Barracks in honor of the Vice
President. Other highlights
included Coach Loper serving ASTOR FRUITCOCKTAIL THRIFTY MAID GREEN ASTOR
at the the USSC relay vs.coordinator USA Inter for I I

Championship national Track in Durham and Field N. LIMA BEANS J iORANGE JUICE

C. over the July 4th holiday ,Astor ,
along with the family's :" \ SAVE 3O6oz.
"
touring the sights of Washington SAVE % )ncGt SAVE" .

Appalachian and hiking Trail.part of the 29. & J r 33 $ .)&&o"&r. MAZOLA OTRS.) 6 9

Charles Schaefer is 3 8 11. CORN OIL
representing Post 56 at the .MARGARINE .
56th National Convention of 16-01. 1 6-oz. CANS
the American Legion being CANS CANS 1 Le. 75c
held in the FontainebleauHotel 'ICG.
at Miami Beach this -I
week. LIPTON LOWEST PRICE IN A YEAR AND A HALF TYSON CHICKEN. BEEF OR TURKEY
U.S. No. 1 VENT VUE '
Mr. and Mrs. A. Russell
Norman have returned after a TEA BAGS POT PIES
month visiting in Canada and S POTATOES .
Pennsylvania two weeks in L A ,
North Carolina and at
Crescent Lake Fla. SAVE SAVE

Mr. and Mrs. Mark 21c ,. I t LOJHHU 32c $
\ tanbags!
Hamilton and children of V U.S. Na. 1POTATOES 1
Tampa spent the weekend 5 8'' VENT-VUE 68 RIODI WIP
with her parents Mr. and TOPPINGCAN
Mrs. N. B. Rosier.R. 48-CT. I 8-01.
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PKG. 7.0'
L. Epperson, Sr. and 20 lAG $133 65c PIES
daughter Mrs. C. K. Mizelle))
of St. Petersburg were
weekend guests of Mrs.
SOUTHERN BISCUIT SAVE 10t DIXIE DARLING PRESTIGE SEEDLESS WHITE CALIFORNIA SAVE 17c BETTY CROCKER LAYER

George.and Anderson.Dr. Mrs.J. E. Denmark Flour . 5 SAG 68c Rolls . 2 J1S5; 88C Grapes . 2 LBS 88C Cake Mixes 2'P: Gs'; 88C

attended the wedding of their KRAFT BARBECUE SAVE IQc DIXIE DARLING US No I RIPE & JUICYPeaches SWANSON (CHICKEN 7 oi HSALISBURY 6"0' i OR TURKEY
niece, Susan Alderman to Sauces ''a:,' 39C Buns V PRO 59C 4 $100 Entrees 2 V.oV $1
Honey
George Drawdy in Gainesville . LBS . .
Sunday afternoon at which SAVE TOt CRACKINGOOD SAVE lie TABLETS U S No 1 NEW CROP YELLOW FOX DE TUNE HAMBURGER SAUSAGE OR

flower little Allison girl. Denmark was a Saltines . 2 US 88C Alka-Seltzer TPIG: 49C Onions . 5 : 79C Cheese Pizza 'V;,;,s 79C

SAVE 1X CHACKIN- GOOD TOASTED US Na 1 WASHINGTON PRUNE SALAD ITEMS BIBS OR BOSTON LETTUCE. ENDIVE ESCAROLE OR POLY BAG SHOESTRING

daughters Mrs.Mary of Batts Phelps and, grand-N. Y.i i Pastries . 2 Jte 88C Plums . .4 LBS $100 Romaine .3 PKOS $1 Potatoes 411 PII.G LB $119
were last Tuesday visitors of
SAVE .c DIXIE DARLING SANDWICH HARVEST FRESH SAVE 38c SUPERBRANDFudge PET

Mrs. J. H. Fields. Bread . 2 LOAVES 24.a 88C Lettuce . La 19C Bars. .2 1.3: $100 Pie Shells . &: $119

Newland Mr. and Of Kingsley Mrs. Randy Lake .............................. .............................. ... ........... -- .......-.-...- ............-.-......- ........ ,..........--. ............ .. '!
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and George Mr. and of Mrs.Palatka Stephen were W. / EXTRA 1 EXTRA ,1 r EXTRA: EXTRA: ,:' ER 1

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CARNATIONInstant 22 01 JAR 1 THRIFTY MAID : TAIMADGE FARMS
ARROW DISHWASHER + :1 +"
Clark of / "
Mr. and Mrs. Bill 1
Milk Detergent CoffeemateGOOD ,. Soups ,. Country Ham ',
Melbourne are on an extended
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spending several days in dN.. GREEN STAMPS. I I 6*.. GREEN STAMPS I I 4vi GREEN STAMPS I I d_....L GREEN. STAMPS... .... ::1 I I .4Yt. ..GREEN..... STAMPS. .. ;
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and
daughter and .1 i VIRGINIA' THICK I HORMEl SUPERBRANDCoffee MINUTE MAID :' LIBBY '
James daughter, Christie Montuora while Mrs. r.. Sliced Bacon Canned Ham Creamer Orange Juice :! LimeadeGOOD
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-------------------- FOR SALE: Medium point Office
(From Page 11)) Mr. and Mrs. Herb Herres Shop pens, 19 cents each,
and family returned last CP8(0CP 8 qJ(0CU JKUCW1 I $1.80 per dozen. When
is at-
Hardenbrook
Mrs. W. A. Collar and Thursday from a two weeks Mark buying 6 doz, each dozen
school with
family of Springfield, Mo. visit with his mother, Mrs. FT. tending a mapping costs$1.65. Buy 12 dozen and
were last Thursday overnight P. Herres, Sr., in Bellefon- Honey cult Associates in St. the price per dozen is $1.50.
guests of Mr. and Mrs.\ T. L. taine, Ohio. Tom Harper, who Rev. and Mrs. George Mr. and Mrs. James Biggs Misses Mona Marchant and Petersburg for two weeks. Buy our pens and save. The
Casey. graduated from the Univer- and son returned to their Office 135 W.
Harper returned last Wed- Shop Call St.,
Cindy Gissy attended the and Mrs. J. E. (
Mr.and Mrs. Herbert Green sity of Florida this summer nesday from a three-week home in Murray, Ky. last Mr. Hardy Starke, Fla. 32091 Phone
Mrs. Montie Gurvitt and fita three weeks Taylor Publishing Co. conven- spent the weekend in New
and daughter, A and Mrs.J. with a BS degree in Friday after visit 9646305.
daughters of Columbus, Mo.\ H.Fields spent the weekendin chemistry, leaves this reunion camping on trip the Skyline and family Drive, with her parents, Mr. and tion for school year books, Orleans.
visited Mrs. George Andersonlast Cocoa visiting Mrs. Harold weekend for Johns Hopkins Va.,Blue Ridge !Mrs.Henry Stefanelli. Joiningthe August 11-14, in Tampa. I I FOR SALE: Magnifying glassesof
Tuesday. Ford in a Nursing Home and Medical School in Baltimore, Bedford,Va.They were joined family the previous week- all sizes with handles. At
Miss Norma Canova spent also attended the Softball Md. David Harper will enter by Rev. and Mrs. George end at their mobile home on The Office Shop.
the weekend with Mr. and tournament at Satellite the University of Florida as a Harper, Jr. of Duke Univer- Hampton Lake were Mr. and
Mrs. Dick Bush in Palatka.Dr. Beach. junior this week.J. sity, Miss Naina Harper of !Mrs.Albert Stefanelli of Jack- J
Martinsburg, W. Va. and Mr. sonville and Mr. and Mrs.
B. I Hunt of visited Robert Stefanelli of Gaines-
and Mrs. Malcolm Pow- Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Holton Bonifay and Mrs. Don S. Lewis of ,
Jr. N.Y. his mother. Mrs. Henrietta ville and their families. ,
nall of Hamilton are spent the weekend at Tomoko Richmond, Va.
spending two weeks with his State Park. Hunt last Tuesday to Saturday j
mother Mrs. Pownall, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nobles Mrs. F. L. Starling and
and family of Jacksonville children of Arlington, Texas
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*O OO O O*S> C - --- and Mr. and Mrs. Randy spent two weeks recently with !
Johns and family of Starke her Tomas Mr. and Mrs. W.
were last Tuesday night L. ,while Mr. Starlingwas )
VOTE guests of Mr. and Mrs.Donald at National Guard Camp.Mr. j
Thornton at Kingsley Lake ata and Mrs. Thomas took 1 1R
cookout.Mr. their daughter and family I
home and remained for a Ii
and Mrs. Don S. Lewisof week's visit. On their return (. i,
Herman ; Richmond, Va. are spen- trip, the Thomases visited
ding this week with her friends for two days in South I
parents, Rev and Mrs. Carolina. ,
George Harper, and
JOHNSON celebrated their third wedding
anniversary Monday night at
Archie Green
of Miami Gatorsuede
a family gathering.Mrs. i
visited his mother, Mrs. L. J.
Green, over the weekend.Mr. .
Cula Coran will leave
Saturday for Carmichael Put your toot down tor ti... !
Calif where she will make her and Mrs. J. B. Bakken, M II
Jr. and sons will I
return
Bradford County Dedicated To The home. Friday from a two weeks visit RANDStump's
Kevin Crawford of Ocala is with his parents,Mr. and Mrs. ,.
EducationalNeeds visiting his grandmother, Bakken, Sr. in Wahpeton, N.FEEL i
School I Board Mrs.V.. H. Hart, this week. D.
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I Lake Butler Wins Girls Of Going All The Way. To State I IWork


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outs began for the 1974 both college prospects with Wayne Scott, Tommy Ed- quickness. it all man," Hurse says.
Softball football season at Bradford quick feet and good ex- wards and Chuck Cox. Danny Anderson, 5'10-200, Glen "Beaver" DeSue, 5'7--
j Play Aug. 17 High School this week with perience, essentials for great Hildreth is 5'11--185 used letterman showed good im- 160 tailback is a deceptive
Head Coach David Nurse defensive play. Sewell is 6'4- primarily as an offensive provement in the spring tough runner. He runs very
saying that this team has the 212 Ibs and runs the 40 yard tackle last year but coaches should play lot at center, and low to the ground and is goodin
1 Melissa McGill's home run, In the final game of the Lake Butler in its first game, best prospect in years for dash in 4.8. lie is a letterman hope he will develop into is a hard worker and fine short yardage situations.
after two outs and the game tournament Lake City was but came back and whizzed 29- going all the way to state. switched from middle guard. defensive man. He has good competitor. DeSue played JV ball last
I, tied 7-7 in the sixth inning of ahead of Lake Butler 7-4 in the 3 by White Springs in its Two-a-day practice sessions He will be very helpful in quickness and good potential. Marlon Thornton is 5'9--175 year.
the final game against Lake top of the sixth inning. Lake second game. Debbie Coltrane will continue this week with defensing option teams. Clark is a 61--196 pound letterman, with good Tommy Reddish is a senior
I City won the championship of Butler pulled through with two homered for Starke. In its the Jamboree scheduled for Hodge at 6'4--190, also let- sophomore with tremendous quickness. lie started last letterman at running back at
I the Columbia County Girl's outs when the Union girls third game Lake Butler Sept. 6. BUS will play terd last year He runs the 40 potential. He is the quickest year when Steve Register was 5'11--175 pounds. Reddish has
Double Elimination Softball scored three straight runs to squeezed by Starke 7-6. Gainesville High and East in 4.7 seconds. Anytime of 5 lineman. Could also play injured and should play a lot been injured during the past

Tournament of 8-7 for the tie the game 7-7. Melissa Merri Ormsbee and Janice $: -..-.. -""" -... at center. year and a half and lias never
Lake Butler girls. McGill slammed a home run Jockel of Starke and Martha Donnie Neal, a 6'1--280 been full speed until now. He
,.I for Lake Butler's winning run Williams and Melissa McGillof letterman has shown good runs the 40 in 4.7 seconds.
The tournament was played with the score ending 87. Lake Butler were selectedto improvement at the center
In Lake City Aug. 17 with three Short stop Hattie Sirmonesof play in the All-Star Tour ., position. Neal has a fine at-
j, other teams competiting Lake Butler received the nament to be held at a later r titude toward the game.
including the Starke Yellow Most Valuable Player trophy. date. Jimmy Prevatt, 5'10--160 Mickey Agiier
Birds who finished third. Lake Starke was defeated 11-6 by sophomore lettermen is in the
City was second and White starting quarterback slot. He
: Springs fourth. has shown tremendous improvement New Bronson
Tennis since being pulledup
Open TourneySet from JV last year. Hard
Lake Butler finished with a Plead Coach
work over the summer has
4-1 winning record with two
wins over Starke 11-6 and 7-6, improved his passing and
and two wins over Lake City 3- At Club HereAn added 10 pounds to his weight. The Bronson Eagles will be
He is the second ninth graderto directed this season by former
0 and 8-7. Lake Butler lost its .
{ a letter in the past 18 years. Bradford High School football
only 10-7 to Lake City.
game "" : +r
Prevatt will be
"The girls played with only "open" tennis tour- An entry fee of $3 will be + Quarterback and add a running another star Mickey Agner as former
nine players but had a great nament is scheduled the weekof charged for each singles entry l.rAL dimension the offensive Vickers Bronson grid coach Buddy
to down
stepped to
defense and terrific teamwork September 2-8 at the Starke and for each doubles team.
," stated Union Entry fee for the game plan. devote more time to his dutiesas
County Golf and Country Club with 12andundergroup
u Mike Gaskins, 5'9--155, is a Athletic Director.
I Recreational leader Larry play in three divisions and not will be a can of three letterman and defensive standout
Agner was a
Powell.( new tennis balls.
limited to club membership. t ,q? Lar monster-man as well as fullback for the Tornadoes'
Preliminary play in each of Trophies will be awarded to
1 Gaskinshas
quarterback. State
0 backup 1966 Championship
the winners and ( S
the three age groups 12-and- runners-up of 4
Helicopters In Farming; each division. good quickness and is a outfit. He then went on to
-
under, 13-17 and 18andoverwill -
Helicopters are being used good competitor. Sanford University in
The tournament is
be held to
Monday through
in a of in open Johnny Nichols 511-170, Alabama on a football
variety new
ways Friday Sept. 26. All semi- all persons; membership in Coach Mike Sexton talks before
agriculture. In nut-growing the club is drill begins... letterman, is a defensive scholarship where he played
areas they're used to blow finals will be played Saturday, country not cornerback with good speed fullback and linebacker for
pecans and walnuts off trees. Sept. 7, with the finals set required.It and good attitude and a hard three seasons before a neck
And when excessive rains Sunday, Sept 8. -m hitter. He is also a halfback injury ended his playing
threatened to rot the cherry The tournament is open to
may be> that men are not prospect. career.
crop Washington's Yakima both men and women. Play
Bruce Barnes, 5'11--170 has four
in all a Agner years of
equal but
respects,
Valley the down-draft will be held in both singles and
letterman back is the assistant
running behind
M coaching
they are n
from equally men.
helicopters helped
dry doubles but no doubles in the
fastest the witha
the Hugh Gaitskell. quoted by man on squad him. The new Bronson mentor
crop.
12-and-under group. Geoffrey Me Dermott in Leader Lost 4.6 second running of the 40 was the linebacking coach at
L ri yard dash. Vernon Barber Ocala Vanguard for the past
1972 star new at the UF, is the four seasons.
only other 4.6 man the team The departure of Vanguardhead
IM It I\ has had. Barnes is a fine coach Byrd Whighamand
WELLS ELECTRIC i blocker and the halfback who other changes al

Y will line up in different Vanguard and the opportunityto
positions depending on the act as head coach prompted
offensive play. Barnes is a "do Agner's move.


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Side during the lour team seconds or better for the 40 fullback and Nurse would like
competition. yard dash is very good time. to play him at line backer.
The first game will follow on Coach Hurse explained. Clark has 4.9 speed in the 40.
DIAL 9646061SERVING Sept. 20 at Ocala against Another letterman contender Scott, 6'--175 is up from JV
Vanguard. is Dale Haas, 64180. and will develop with a lot of 4
STARKE AND SURROUNDING AREAS SINCE 1949 Hurse gave this quick run Haas is experienced and will hard work. Edwards 6'1-220 ,

744 N. THOMPSON ST. STARKE 32091 down of the players Tuesday serve the team well. worked at defensive tackle in
after only two days of drills. Darren Scott, 6'--175, is up spring and progressed
P.O. BOX 607 Defensive ends Donnie from JV. Scott could see a lot satisfactorily. Also played
Sewell and Sheldon Hodge are of action and is a fine offensive tackle.
prospect. Cox is a transfer from
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r' position. think he will help defensively.
r Two veteran linebackerswill He played defensive end and 1 FISHING
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ArthurSCHOOL
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'".", t Chandler 5'11-175, is a two Pooser. 5'10-170, is a
.' year letterman who runs the nose man (defensive middle :
y 40 in 4.9 seconds. He is a good guard) who moved here from ,
>.,. hitter and should add a lot to Miami. He had a fine spring,
". ...,. the defense Barber is 5'10-170 is one of the quickest linemen,
,",' and serves as defensive with a good attitude. He is a Fish Wieghing Station
,t/fI'f./ i ', >, .' signal-caller. He runs the 40 in great competitor, Hurse says.
Tr : 4.7 and will have a lot( of Allen Norton, 5'9-'175, letterman GUARANTY FEDERALFISHARAMASEPT.9

> : ...Ot.1 responsibility this year. looked good at of-
it ---::-:.r-\. David Harper will be the fense in spring and is battle
third linebacker and also for starting offense guard

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>-......: -160. a letterman and Curtis Crawford, 5'9-150
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A vote for Arthur Gaskins is a vote for a wise phychology and sociology than in theology It is more concerned PLYWOOD BOATS ONLY 2 LEFT 40.
about preserving the whooping crane and alligator than about
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worth. For the School System and the taxpayers of With everyone working together we can have a preaches Christ as a great social reformer rather than as a WIGGLER WORMS "o"'

the County. School System we can all be proud of, and can af spiritual savior. It limits His work to earthly benefits for mankind,
ford. If this is not done our millage will soon be back and Paul said, IF IN THIS LIFE ONLY WE HAVE HOPE IN ZEBCO COMBINATIONS up

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I""" Starke's First Baptist Is Runner-Up In StateFirst

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'::1-1'11\" "..'......n:.._ ..,: Baptist of Starke win. St.l\Iary's\ was the 9-1 lead In the third inning homer to put Starke ahead 8-6. performance,' says Coach
finished runner-up to Turkey defending state champion for Turkey Creek duplicated its In the bottom of the seventh Hatcher.
& 7bt Creek Baptist in the Fla.State the past two years. In the first feat with another eight hits Hickory had runners on "The average age of our 10
Church League Tournamentin inning First Baptist had six and seven runs for a 16.1 lead. second and third with two outs starters was 21,5 years. If this
Tallahassee, Aug 16-17, hits and scored five runs. First Baptist came back in the and their third and fourth ball club will\ stay together
according to Coach Harry St.Mary's was never able to bottom of the third inning with hitters coming Melvin, the they will be the best in the
up. "
Hatcher. recover and Starke went on to five hits and five runs behind third batter, had: earlier hit a State of Florida, Hatcher
In the first game First score 14 runs and held St.- 616. First Baptist just home run but he flied out to says.
Baptist faced the Deacons out Mary's to two runs. couldn't keep up with Turkey tart fielder Randall McGee to Johnny Powell had an excellent -
of Davenport. The game Johnny Powell went 3-for-5 Creek as they were defeated put First Baptist in the tournament and keptus
started out very evenly with one home run. Randall 199. This game )put First Championship game against in the ballgame especially
matched but Starke slowly McGee went 3-for-4 and Baptist in the loser's bracket. Turkey Creek. against Hickory when he
pulled away and won the Donnie Bagwell went 3-for-4. First Baptist then had to In the finals against Turkey robbed the Milton team of two
c aManager game 12.2.Bill Starke's First Baptist had 19 play Hickory Hammock out of Creek, Starke scored four home runs. McGee did an
Kelton went 3-for-4 with hits and held St.Mary's to four Milton.: Turkey Creek earlier runs in the first inning but excellent job as he led the
two home runs and six runs hits. had narrowly beaten Hickory Creek was still hot and team in hitting with a 650
batted in. Randall McGee In the finals of the winner's 9-8 in extra Innings. score five runs. The game average and hit two home
went 3-for-5 with one home bracket First Baptist met The game started out very followed the same as the first runs. McLeod and Bill\ Kelton
run. Danny McKinney went 3- Turkey Creek Baptist. At this evenly matched and after game. Turkey Creek always also did a real fine job.
for-5, Wayne McLeod 3-for-4, point both teams had been three innings the score was 2- kept a step ahead of Starke. McLeod had one homer and
Eddie Hazen 2-for-3 and Matt undefeated in 2 games. After 1, First Baptist leading. After Turkey won the game and the Kelton had three, Hatcher
I Ii Hull for-4.. Overall First the first inning of play Turkey six innings of play the score State Championship with final stated
i Baptist had 21 hits. Creek led 21. But things was tied 6-6. score of 2210."Overall Donnie Bagwell, veteran
h'
In the second game First quickly changed in the second, First Baptist was visitors in the Starke team starter for Starke, had a
Baptist's faced St.Mary's out Turkey Creek erupted for the top of the seventh as played real well and I am tremendous tournament. He
State Tournament: Harry llatchpi in Tallahassee accepts the,lug:second. 16 and place 17. trophy for the First Baptist team at the of Pensacola and got a 14-2 eight hits and seven runs for a Wayne McLeod hit a two run extremely pleased with our hit .647, the second highest

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BHS Joins New Football ConferenceBradford e ke1'stGret

s, JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY State
students which Ray9ts
1,900 puts
High School is the Adding North Marion to thisyear's 0 '
them well out of Starke'sleague
seventh member of the Big schedule caused the ()

Sun year Conference with Leesburg.beginning North this Palatka.osof\ the Next game year Palatka against Schedules. would not permit g6a f c.ro Cash & Of Starke, Florida, Inc. J'.cf<1 o0a
between Starke and
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Marion Forrest Ocala's and Gainesville's Vanguardand will consolidate with Centralto games Leesburg or Ocala Forest this "Peddlers Home Center"Damaged 9?
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Junior Varsity footballersstart
ference championship in Big September 1 to shape up for the up- ITEMS Acces.aries
Sun this year.Machine. coming season this week with
First official gun of the 1974-
Seventh 75 Florida hunting season will from practive 4 p.m.sessions, Coach scheduled Harry : Pro-Finished
sound on Sunday, September Hatcher said Tuesday. Bath Tubs $1500
1 1. with the opening of the From -
will be
(First practices in Molding
In season for
RegionalThe hunting migratory
shorts,shoes and helmets with
marsh hen and
Florida full pad workouts set for early '
gallinule. 8' Batten 65cIntenor
next week. Hatcher expects 40 -
Green Machine's Men'ssoftball According to an announcement & Exterior
team came home in by the Game and to 60 youngmen initially itself with 8' 1/s Corner 75
seventh place out of ten teams Fresh Water Fish Com- the squad trimming as
trom the Regional Tour- mission the season, shooting time passes. K Doors 7' 84c. -
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I Florida Voters To Face Some Previously HAMPTON AREA NEWS by Josephine Fontaine -------------------- .

Four AmendmentsFlorida Termed Ineligible:, CANDIDATES INVITEDTO Hampton Senior Citizensare have returned from vacationing Smoky Mountains while
OPEN FORUM planning a good represen- in the Mountains of Gatlin- Steven is at camp.
voters will be askedto The amendment relating to For Food StampsThe William II. Summers, out- tation at the meeting of the burg, Tenn. Mrs. NesSmith Mr. and Mrs. Joe Oliver
register their approval or disabled persons adds Food and Nutrition spoken critic of the Hamptoncity North Florida Coalition of says she would like to live have been vacationing in the
disapproval in the November physical handicaps to race US. administration, has invited Senior Citizens, to be held at there. Carolinas. They visited the
of the
FNS
Service )
(
general election of four new and religion as characteristicsfor all candidates for officein Starke in the Pratt Recreation Charles and Jo Ann Hicks, Tabernacle Baptist Church in
proposed constitutional which denial of con- Department of Agriculture for the the September city electionto Center. Sept. 3 at 10 a.m.CHURCH their son Randy, and daughter Greenville, S. C. where they
amendments. stitutional rights is issued new regulations participate in an open Laura, have returned from were the guest of Rev and
II approved, the four specifically prohibited food stamp program. forum discussion at the NEWS camping in Highlands and Mrs. Oliver Green.
measures would: The school bonds amend- The new regulations Hampton City Hall Monday Rev Hamel, pastor of the Ashville N. C., where Charles Mrs. Shirley Hamel and her
Grant the Judicial ment was sponsored by State became effective Federal upon night Aug. 26, at 8 p.m. First Baptist Church of got mountain fever and wantsto mother are in California
Qualifications Commission School Superintendent Ralph publication in the The meeting will be under Hampton, announces the go back. where they are visiting rela
States must
nearly lull independence from Turlington, a former Register, July 15. of the guidance of a moderator, opening of a Christian Schoolon Mr. and Mrs. Howard Rowe tives.
the Florida Supreme Court, legislator, during the 1974 complete implementation which Mr. Summers said, and all August 27, prekindergarten and daughter, Grace, for- Mr. and Mrs. R. V
and increase the panel's session. Without the amend- the new provisions city candidates will be alloted through 12th grade. merly of Jacksonville are Durrance of Hampton Lake
ability to investigate past ment,authority to issue school directly relate households to the certification five minutes to explain why The young people of the making Hampton their new have a new motor home
conduct of judges. construction bonds, backed by of by they are seeking the office, church left last Saturday for a home.( Mrs. Rowe will be camper, and they enjoyed a
Provide that 1 Floridians the gross receipts utility tax, November 1. 1974 for all new how they will work toward a week at Bill Rice's Ranch at remembered as Barbara Jean camping trip in the mountainsof
cannot he deprived l of their would expire on June 30, 1975. applications and any sub- better Hampton, and what Murfreesboro, Tenn. Mark Hhoden. Nashville Tenn.
constitutional! rights because The tax will provide about $38 sequent applications and by steps they have in mind for NOKMA: SWEENEY and Rhonda Brown are the Mr. and Mrs. Contoise are Mrs. Ethel Tidwell is home
fiscal March 1, 1975 for all other achieving their goals. in South Florida after spending some time in
they are phyjically han- million in the next yearto DISCUSSES; BHAZIL chaperones.PERSONALS vacationing
dicapped. pay off future school construction households.The "After the fiveminutetalks where they are camping with Bradford County Hospital.
-Continueauthority to issue new regMliUons will the voters will be invited I their five children.Mr. Mrs. Marjoe Harris is home
bonds lor higher education make the following changes: to talk with each candidate Norma May Sweeney was a Mr and Mrs. J. R and Mrs. Wallace after having surgery in the
construction\ and allow the lh& Old 1i/rnEJ ---Broaden eligibility 1 eliminating any trace of visitor at the Hampton NesSmith, of Hampton Lake Collins are vacationing in the Medical Center Gainesville
categories to include the animosity, Christian Church last
profanity, personal Sunday- -
revenue to be used to build SALE I
elementary, middle, and high .(} elderly in federally sponsored etc.," Mr. Summers said, but she was really just
schools, well housing,and drug addicts and "but the public will be en- coming home, as she is from
as as
university
buildings.Extend. J alcoholics in private nonprofit couraged to mention their Hampton originally and the
\
i; residential treatment likes and dislikes in building a Hampton Christian Church.
authority to issue
lri nspora lion bonds, 11 facilities. bigger better, and more Miss Sweeney has spent the PUBLIC NOTICE
the --Allow the elderly to use friendly Hampton for one and past 19 years as a Missionary
\ revenue could w Mr-a* v j*i"Saving
providing lor any sort of transportation is simple just food meals coupons in specified to communal purchase all." fourth to Brazil furlough, and is home now on during her
not just! highway make than
more money jour situations.
dining that time. She is stationed at
construction\ family can spend: Require states to give Cattle present in Sao Paulo (St. Paulto
welfare recipients the optionto Rustling us), Brazil, and spoke to the
have the costs of their congregation about her work
coupons deducted from their Growing with both the adults and StaIHng's
grant and the coupons mailedto children of that country. She
LUMBERIAJi them. Rampant also brought a display of
Allow recipients affectedby precious stones that are to be
the unavoidable break- Hustlers made off with 4/0<; lound in Brazil, some necklaces -
down of food stamp equipmentto ,hand-carved boat, and a
-- head of cattle worth $112,2(10( CiraceryRemaining
apply for food stamps under Brazilian Bible.
-No: 2 Yellow Pine emergency eligibility stan- Commissioner through May of of Agriculture this year Miss Sweeney will be
dards. Doyle Conner reported. touring the U. S., visiting
2x4x8 . . each 88 ---Require that income churches, until next May
include the actual value of when she will return to her Stock Will Go On
2x4x l(> . . euch 51.282x4x14..each'1.85 housing received in kind froman That's an increase of 179 missionary work in Brazil.SYMPATHY .
employer but not in excessof percent in number of animals
$25 per month. stolen and a 103 percent increase -
'Allow households living in in value over the same :
2x4x16 . each '2.06 remote areas of Alaska to use period last year Conner said. The Hampton Senior SALE
During the first five monthsof
food coupons to purchase Citizen's Club wishes to extend -
2'4x18. . . each *2.56 certain hunting and fishing 1973, there were 165 animals sympathy to Joe
equipment for procuring food. stolen with a value of $55,383,
Kerrigan, who is president of
Plywood Particle Board --Require that recipients be stated Conner. the Starke Senior CHizen'sClub. Fri. Aug. 23rd
citizens of the USA or legally on the death of his wife _
1/2X4X8-4-PLY 5/8X4X8 permanent residents. "Despite the fact that cattle
-.-Ban participation by prices have dropped and we Dorothy.
SHEET SHEET strikers after a court has are seeing lower meat pricesin
$S.95 S4.QQ KECUEATION: :
the market, thievery still is
determined the strike illegal.
The
Hampton SeniorCitizen's 5D %
on the increase, Conner said.
--Reduce from 15 to 10 days Club held their off
SHEET ROCK the advance households notice whose period Thieves compared took with 81 head 11 in in May.May regular meeting August 16.
given
I/2x4xl2/ . . "sheet *3.30 benefits are being reduced or 1973. In April, thieves took 30 Mrs Happy Belle Birthday Brown was and sung all to
cattle and one hog.
terminated.
enjoyed cake and punch and
(CASH f antl CARRY Provide for a standard Red meat production in coffee. Ruth Dennison won the
utility allowance unless the April was 4'J-163,2(; pounds door prize, and game prizes Remaining Stack
LQNGCHRMPSBuilding recipient can verify his actual with inspectors condemning went to Frances \Vads\vorth, :
costs.
Evelyn Vaughan and Ruddy
370,400 pounds as un
--Require recipients to wholesome. DeWaters. The next meetingwill Starke
Materialsu. Poultry 102 E. Brownlee
report changes in their in- production was 13,088,218pounds be a pot-luck Dinner on ,
301 SOUTH STARKE: PH. 964-6853 come and deductions within with 1,032,109) pounds Sept. 6 at 6 p.m. Regular
ten days, if the change is $25 condemned as unfit. meeting will follow
or more.



, AREA VOCATIONAL-TECHNICAL CENTER fe. c*

( \ BRADFORD-UNIONse : #
The North Florida Crown Counties v



9 : ot' Fall Registration ":qJooO'


t Registration For All Classes Listed Below Begins Friday, August 23 thru Sept 6 OO,. O,. C

Register From 8 A.M.10 P.M. Mon Thursday & 8 A.M.-4 P.M. On Fridays ""ftli"

CLASSES BEGIN AUGUST ,.


All Courses V. H. Approved



DAY COURSES


ADULT EDUCATION VOCATIONAL-TECHNICAL COURSES ..'


Adult BasicAmerican Auto Mechanics I Horticulture I & II

History Building Trades-Masonry I & II Radio & T.V. Repair I & II/ .

English Building Trades-Carpentry I & II/ Sewing I & II/

High School Review Business Machines Basic Typing

Math Cooking & Baking II Advanced Typing

Computer Science Vocational Office Education-Clerical

G.E.D. Data Processing Vocational Office EducationSecretarialTESTING

SCHEDULE Diesel Mechanics I CosmetologySeniors or Adults 18 yrs old with 10th grade completed.Sept. .

9-13 1974 Drafting I & II Heavy Equipment Operator and-or Maintenance. Must be 18 years old.

Dec. 2-6 1974 Electronic Technology I Commercial Vehicle Driver-8 week course-must be 21 years old.

Mar. 3-7 1975 ., "

Jun. 2-6 1975 Registration FOP RH Classes Wit Be Held Rt The Vocational Center


EVENING COURSESCOURSE



DAY HOURS LOCATION COURSE DAY HOURS LOCATION

Adult Basic M & W 7-10 PM RJE Kung Fu-Karate To Be Arranged Vo-Tech

Adult Basic M & W 7-10 PM Lawtey Music Appreciation To Be Arranged"' Vo-Tech

Adult Basic T & Th 7-10 PM Vo-Tech Bunko Embroidery Mon MO Vo-Tech

Adult Band '.. Tues 7.10 PM Vo-Tech Auto Mechanics To Be Arranged VoTechBeginning

( ) : ;;', Shorthand To Be Arranged. Vo-Tech

Adult Band' Thurs 7.10 PM Vo-Tech Typing To Be Arranged .r Vo-Tech

(Advanced) Lineman & Cables. To Be Arranged L Vo-Tech .

Algebra I M & W' 7-10 PM Vo-Tech Sewing (Lawtey) To .Be Arranged :\ < .. l r Vo-Tech ; ".

Art. Thurs 7.10 PM Hampton Radio & T.V.Basic To Be Arranged \ Vo-Tech '

Americanism vs. T & Th 7-10 PM Vo-Tech Cake DecoratingBookkeeping To Be Arranged ;. Vo-Tech

Communism MTWTH .6.10.i' Va-Tech. '.

American History M & W 7-10 PM V -Tech Diesel Mechanics To Be Arranged Vo-Tech

English T & Th 7.10 PM Vo-Tech Refrig. & Air Cond. To Be Arranged Vo-Tech

General Math M & W 7-10 PM Vo-Tech .Sewing (Starke) To Be Arranged Vo-Tech

High School Review M & W 7-10 PM Vo-Tech Basic Recruit Peace Officer Training 320 Hours ((20 Hours a week) .

Arty Tues To, Be Arranged
Driver Education To Be Arranged To Arranged Vo Brooker-Tech All Registration Will Be Ht: The Vocational Center I

Health Education (Women) To Be Arranged To Be Arranged Call 9S4-6 50

Health Education (Men) To Be Arranged To Be Arranged -
All Classes Will Be Arranged To Meet Your Schedule Where Possible!


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(' 16 TELEGRAPH August 22, 1914


Three Phase Murder Trials



Opens Dove Season Oct. 5 : Are SetTrial I


,
I w f Y ; sN date has been set for entering and grand larceny.
A Florida sportsmen will n MH two defendants charged with Eddie Kenny Bradley,
again have the opportunity to second-degree murder by assault with intent to murder;
hunt dove during a three- Judge Wayne Carlisle. David Isaac Kersey, robbery
phase hunting season for a On Monday, Aug. 12, in David Griffin aggravated
total of 70 half-days of hun Bradford County Circuit assault.
ting. As during past seasons, Court, Judge Carlisle set the Transferred to the juvenile
hunting will be allowed from date of Oct. 8 to begin trials of division were the cases of
12 noon to sunset with a daily Lillie Mae Hood and Willie !Leon Bell, 17, charged with
limit of 12 birds Jenkins, both( of Starke. breaking and entering and
While the three phase Hood will be tried in the Dwight Martin Goettsch 17, a
season has not been officially pistol shooting death of her for falsely reporting a bom-
adopted by the Game and husband J. C. Norris and bing,
Fresh Water (Fish Commission Jenkins for the death of Cleo Francis Leo Moss, 41, pled
the proposed seasons McNeal.A guilty to escape charges and
are as follows: October 5 thru Bradford County Grand was sentenced to 4 years The
November 3, November 16 Jury returned an indictmentof sentence to be in addition to
through December 1. and second-degree murder the one now being, served.
December 21 through January against both defendants on A psychiatric examinationwas
13. July23. ordered by the court in
According to Commission Also to be> tried on other the case of Samuel Lee
Director Dr. O. E. Frye, the tt charges are the following Harris, charged with
Commission has traditionally L Th defendants who were aggravated assault.
selected the split type dove arraigned Monday: !
hunting season in order to Joseph John Smith, AnthonyLee -------- -'
provide maximum hunting Middle; School Perfect Attemlersto 1 1 I Martin and Norman Sta- FOR SALE: Tapes, 3M double
opportunity for Florida pleton charged with escape stick 1/2 inch, and 3/4/ inch
sportsmen The early season !l[ !!l/ffI \Nort Bradford Middle School students were cited for perfect attendance for the 1)73-7I!) school Donald Dennis Barnes, wide magic tapa. Also
allows a harvest of dove that year. Edward Derrell Mathis and Masking Tape 3/4 inch, 1
would otherwise migrate ? HISIOIV They are: Janice Jockel, Marion Elizabeth Puttman, llikekrldge, Randy Andrews Julius Lynn McKenzie inch, 1 1/2 inch, and 2 inch
through the state and be lost Frailer Bass George Holiday, Raymond Trainor, Leonard Johnson, Valerie Chandler, Teresa charged with breaking and tape. All at The Office Shop.Stump's .

for all practical purposes. DUVALfiCOUNTV Milliard,Kart'nl.ynneJohns (perfect attendance for six years), Teresa Knrpprr. ('hull.ynne . .".". . . . .
.. :. :. .. I ; ; ; ; ; . .
The U. S. Fish and Wildlife Starling Deborah Lynn Thomas, Timmy Cissy! Itenita Jean Norman Dale Rogers, Marvin ..A..A.. .
. . . . . . . .
Service establishes hunting Lamar Tyson. Melanie Morris! Edmoml Johnson Tim Kelley, Thomas Chris Williams! ,
regulations for all migratory Frederick Levon Woods (perfect attendance for seven years), Teresa Itoyce.Dwayne Carlton,
game birds and the states Rowland Cummings Marvin Sanders Katherine Covington William Adams Leslie Bedford Some people believe that
may select an open season Teresa Booth, Tammy Kelley Alisa! Morris Elaine Nugent Karen Ann Reddish (perfect attendance "hot cross buns" will keep
within a general Federal for eight years), Elaine: Bishop Jackie Kirkland Shirley Johnson, Tony Itlckman for a year without becoming
(framework but may not exceed : Oliver Marks,and standing with student! Principal Lennard Register.Ciirl moldy, and hang them up
for good luck I S S
total allowable days ESTAOl/SHCD ,
IN FLORIDA
--------
Dr. (Frye said. WAS DUVAL. IT IS S. t
-------------- NAMED FOR THE 1 to date: "1 can't let Ants :: .
Fire The IncreaseIn S.
IU SALE:: Notebuekslenlo FIRST, TERRITORIAL .' .'; >ou goon taking me to these on
|>.i ls. envelopes| GOVERNOR4'.J.t:; :, expensive placjs; Stan, :. :.
in.irkrrs. adding machinemil; WILLIAM POPE. N ., : .1 unless you start picking up

I'lisli. rt'H./ IHlI'I'| | Tin Olfin! .....DUVAL.run.." "I I ho i'y checks.jo.iLhxn" C.irtoonft" ol ISo Bradford And Elsewhere .
!Shop. ", nn, ,

Imported fire antsI ith grounds and playgroundswhere the original cost.
their sometimes deadly sting, they arc a menace to Under current regulationsof
are continuing to spread over young children, Conner said. the Environmental lilt liii
(Florida, and are on the increase They are also a danger to Protection Agency, extra
FRANK in Bradford County, young livestock, which are caution must be used in
according to County Agent known to have died from the treating fire ants around any
Bobby Taylor. poison stings of ants bedding pond, lake, river, or stream
Commissioner of m pastures. with Mirex. In some areas, .S S S .S S S .. ..S. S S.r
Agriculture Doyle Conner Taylor said that the cost of aerial application is not
WILLIAMSFights says that fire ants now infest :11 irex, frequently used for fire allowed within four miles of
some 24 million acres-more. ant control is continuing to the coast.
than. half of the 37.5 million rise By next year, he said the
acres of land in (Florida. Fire cost is expected to reach 25 Taylor said that a supply of
iints arc now invading school cents a pound almost triple Alirex bait is available at the
Agricultural Building at a cost
of $8 per 50-pound bag for any
Hot Weather And landowner who wishes to
Far apply it to his property on an
individual basis. He said the
\il Fish Kills Go TogetherWith State Plant Board also $1 799
.' : \ operates a lly-in service to
considerable a fish kill. distribute Mirex by plane and I
Lower1 Find regularity!\ during the warm It is important to remember this service would be
House of spring. md summer months, however that algae available here if a sufficient
Came and Fresh Water Fish blooms are not all bad. They number of landowners signed
\ Commission offices serve as a source of food for up for it, Taylor said.
Equitable RepresentativesDISTRICT throughout the state receive small lish and are detrimentalto C'hlordane dust or spray can
telephone calls from alarmed a lish population only when also be used to fight fire ants, .
25 citizens urging. the agency, carried to extremes. This the county agent said.
,
I "Si-nd somebody out right extreme is evident in :areas of There have been reports of
(DEMO)
TaKes away. All my lish are dying!" heavy pollution and in ut least two persons in the
l According to Commission agricultural pasture land or Orlando area and Pinellas
lisheries biologist Gene even lawns where fertilizer ('uuntylho have been stung
g Godwin, while the grieving may wash into a pond increasing by fire ants with near fatal
pond owner usally imaginessome its enrichment results.
Steadfast Williams- ) dreaded. fish disease or
repulsive p.lrasite attack the *
JJt s 1 problem. is often a lack of
U1illi jojtbaCt urges a oxygen. This l Lu k ot oxygen is
: usually attributed to algae Re-Elect CHARLES DETER

1\1 tlla e l"r.juiu:."'Ju':.) mill i I I age bloom blooms.generally The intensity controls of the the I S C Il 1 ILL rI2:

! On on severity of the fish kill
\ ) e enndum YOUR
vote
. vran u"e Described by many us pond
; \\et'l'esel'\aU'Ie B\\\'IIc'II'h\ \0 "aten\ Johns ttu;rollback scum, algae is a living plant CITY COUNCILMAN
a OI1 1.\\1' 1 and like all plants, it requires w: 4Ip: GROUP 5
draW counde4 \S q:welt both carbon dioxide andoxygl'n Store
;a; Bl'adON \ too +ceeaso 1.\\ RESIDENT OF STARKE 25 YEARS Dept. iiAlustanej
a e
;kwf to grow. Both of these
's roUh ckwMlarns, ; wip .... >trI1W aeeekb'1tSt8dvar tes\dl gases are dissolved in water A MAN OF PROVEN ABILITY
-' ; \p Representative Frank
Ayyoe who Very'
, ..'' \a amgbyTOm\\ Williams proposed and are used in the processes .\f STa"'DS FOR BETTER .
: r it.i\ot\ .-whit deSCfl as{"a\ t amendment to House) Bill nFor of photosynthesis.Plant respiration. and i- :.". ADMINISTRATIVE PRACTICESYour CJOQlJQC) [! ( 0f( Jrul3

-:; Appears ll1ally 11'1..ir Tjl meanlnti 1331 last Wednesday which respiration like
0 \'
ca1; Hwy 301 South
/troPert be CltizellS end e _one eftC would have provided for a animal respiration usesoxygen Vote And Support Will Be AppreciatedPaid Starke
'rlares tae trf.ere The' OOSe millage: rollback in proper- and gives off carbon
// ff"9tt'a slg jlll ', dioxide. In the of ( Pol. Adv I
-Djs'ye: : ti"fn<* ferr:" tion to the increase in new process
i
tit
o somete Frank men photosynthesis the algae
*
> ct2s legisl. assessments caused by thetfe2 absorbs carbon. dioxide and
: t Ss&S e! Upcoming! valuation -- - -- - --- _
: $ do ? : Il.errya4ll E' pro- givesolf oxygen which 'is then -- -- 4

' gOOSe areIII Serj safe. ?sibs ton age j lea roll alJ W a TheFro"lJrE': 'OAH to ;available Most: oxygen lor I lish.depletion lish / Corral Round Up

r egg'. '. k 8,f ;gtklJ 7t fasiS; $611: tv.h' ee ::cfec rea'e r m Taxa pass 1 9h 0:1r"," :1//0: E' kills occur following during: extended or immediately =

S golrt. lakj.. 9 "' .
f 'ar,,. Is 3E periods of heavy cloud cover

?; ; toi1bc1ck1 IrI'P l PSPI *E'3 or the darkness.rate. in which During oxygen this lime I is Caught l.r
Mittage ern )
E: en iafirarlo produced through I .
bag"e:
o<:- / photosynthesis is decreasedIrom I Some Super Summer / .
;.tr rPrnr .'ghrea 01' R.7I that produced during : qtBARGAUNS9A&
e, /11 l7b b"Oi"IPd Ii"k"
d" sunny days.
r Fails' ; Williams" < "P P"t4t: ) Oq"d"'d I,. /0.7/! occur in warm periods during j
r tor"p < isla ,Jt ,j winter months resultant fish ( I
:'I: bl/l;; Coo Re// IayrI ro tfe..ts kills are limited mostly to J
>0 Again "'4"q nq"I 9"I' 0r9, l.QfI CO spring and summer when <
Try F.
water
eo.5 raid "e-/ ?rrwide temperatures are
. to h""",'he': ., k.PI} 'an higher. The ability of water to '
:; lit ,, Come By & Check Now r;
hold is decreased
oxygen as
I rbed 01'
tax
THe T .evVnKm. u %U.WX' XSf 4 1&L! water temperatures increase. ji X
_
.s>: Rep. Fra,; kSR'l ants E State said 1 "The b po looming!
: Thill' o day, 1\1'4 proposed hike thc 4 p ,0" 1'0" 'ho .ation 01 all depletions may cause fish
) amendment to house Bill ahead u 4' rPry Owr/g4rs prPr count tot. kills. In polluted water, bluegrel'n Ar
; ; I' I1ltitf'.t
have pI'OVmandatDr) ; o 4"ors o
: 1331 which would hOf'Pd" '' ns" pyrpa.fiits full value algae blooms may giveotf
; ; ided millapo rollback Inproportion propertY in'pb sad /0 a' toxins which are poisonousto !
d e to
t.. :. to the Increase! In per cent 0'o!''as/s: 14j:40 / got pass a fish. Once any algae blooms ..
new assessments! caiiscd by \getrull' A'" ''';(>)dar/naI de4e ewerdback I or the reach a certain concentration, New / '
.. ; f Models Arrive ,
:, ,the upcoming revulllatif'n| l "'I/j 4 'If'' thI f ba tf +ner In this state it will start to die off resulting ( ,
:.l program failed to pass thu se'vei-ovnernullec prg4rs awefir"li, "/>,. >be severely hurt in aerobic decay of plant cells.
Finance awl T.IalOlCom.: sadlr f>e't 0/4" Plan .)isms. This process! also uses up
Z.:', but he plans to inlro- gerrd+'''y w rbPbr 10"drbat .)us county dC) ASS68 oxygen and may also result in We Want To Clear f9'
- duce the :same; amendment bPr. Ida ;Pr the
the bill comes before sorb e,., IPPa/ v" .ave predicted that the I
when I
+ the full Legislature 'h 'e-It )1' at'P 0 r4/ 'ilte./luatio n program will 1 ? ei \ foorNort
; \
,. Bill 1331 deals pn- 4"'eoIIl'e ) : ; House r, 8'to.
C'01l/ hf'/roeP barP :,, .SUNSHINI SI Aft IN HISTOIV
manly wIth tax assc"oUI'.t rty! percent or mere if the ,,
mil a/d y 'JPd ; \
4ngsOw'P
assessments so ,, legislature
:;. and tar < doesn't pass a A DEVASTATINGHURRICANE
'
1"01) '
:; I.age rollback proponents tyroorbs ::9; '.oafs' w4lc, '/ nillage rollback. "HIT THE '
s;. It is a goodclucle to or.l" C'01l. If.lit.: UPPUU< .YS seer, 2, Savings Galore1'lIg Th
: 193 f. UPWARDS Of *1COplOPlt
.a PCCIJHCD. THC
:
... STORM ALSO DESTROYED at

Keep Frank Williams/ ; 0AIPOC-h-- AND aYFLALSSRAfROAD TRACK USED -

TO I Mustang i JJ -
4 ,4. y as Kerr wn

For Volt Mobile Homes -- LYI
Working> .. NLtevCANeMaVVU = '

.' NIAfjaAfobD.4 1650 N. Temple Ave y ts f r
/ (
(Political,,, "'M"'._' Paid for by Frank Williams,, ) Starke, 964-7212 '
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25 Earn L Adjustment Board Making



StraightA's 1Iir IIWM ,' Progress On 61 Petitioners



AtBMS before the board. Facts from
No meeting date has been value of their land has been realtor's or other additional
'
a set by the Bradford County reached. information must show that
Board of Adjustment but some More than 20 adjustmentshave the value of the property is
progress is being made to been made to his less than assessed before
1T.Ili. decide on the actual cash satisfaction of property adjustments will be made.
.p a A value of land contested by owners who issued complaints Five-day notices will be sentto
A group of 25 students t petitioners calling for lower before the board on July 25. petitioners before the time
I earned straight A's at assessments.Gene However, the board reports when the board will hear their
Bradford Middle School of Long, county tax that nothing can be done to requests, long said.
some fifth six 1,200 weeks.attending for the assessor reported an ap- help the persons who failed to Long says that market
pointment with an attorney sign and file argicultural value equals what a willing
The fifth six weeks honor representing the Holiday Inn. applications.Long buyer would give a willing
those The Inn claims that their explained that the seller, neither being bound to
roll earning grades of B $767,323 valuation is ex- April deadline for those applications buy or sell. "Assessing is an
or higher numbered
about 123, cessive. In prior years the is the same as art, not a science and an
student 10 per cent of the value has been placed at homestead exemption and if appraisal within 10 percent is
Straight body.A students w t ) $293,550, the attorney says. not turned in, extra tax must real close," Long said.
are: Long says that 61 persons be paid until the next year Long said he has made some
will need to appear before the when the document is signed. adjustments where he was
r Linda Eighth Grade board for final decisions The burden of proof rests absolutely convinced ad-
Mr. Richardson and Mrs., daughterof Tillman because no agreement on cash with petitioners who appear justments were justified.

Richardson of Starke.
Neva Flynn, daughter of ,
Mr. and Mrs. George Flynn of r ,1 9 i WALL TO WRLL
Starke.

Christie Redding, daughter
, of Rev. and Mrs. Norman
Redding of Starke. 1x CRRPET CLERN1NCSPEOHLIST
1
Kenny Rodnque son of Mr. h
and Mrs. A. P. Rodrique of
Pictured are students that made straight A's at the
.. Starke.Carolyn Roller daughter of Bradford Middle School for the 5th six weeks grading period.They Clay Paving & Construction AND DYEING
. Mr. and are, front row (l-r): Terl Bement Sandra Darley
Mrs. Roller
George of
, Lawtey. Sylvan Williams; 2nd row: Chuck Johnson, Darlene Shirley 473-2127 COMMERCIAL CIRCLE KEYSTONE
Lord Stinson Carolyn Nolles Neva Flynn Jamie Jockel
Darlene Shirley, daughterof
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shirleyof Michele Wright; kneeling: Christie Redding Tracy George. Drive Ways Parking Areas
Susan Massey Sharrie Dobbs Linda Richards Cilitia
Starke. Hawkins; standing: Kenny Rodrique, Kevin Miller. Richard Fill Dirt Co.
and
0 Lori Stinson daughter of Miracle Carpet Cleaning Dyeing
Mr. and Mrs. Wildon Stinson Smith Joey Riggs, Linda Johns, Irene Wainwright. Sara
d S of Hampton. liiggs and Andrea Eaves, Land Clearing Lime Rock
Glenn W. Smith Textile Dyer and Chemist
Cilita Hawkins daughter of & Clay
o Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Bement of Lori Shinn Susan Talcott, KL REEVES 108 E. Call St. Starke, Fla. ((904)964-5355) (904)473-3406( )
Hawkins of Starke.
Starke. Kevin Tillman, Marvin Tyson, FREE ESTIMATES
Sandra Darley, daughter of Debbie Harper Randolph OWNER CALL NOW FOR FREE ESTIMATE
Seventh Grade Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Darley of Blankenship, Teresa Boyce
S Sherri I Dobbs, daughter of Starke. Julie Chambers, Linda Hall, ----
' Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dobbs of Joey Riggs son of Mr.\ and Carlos Hernandez Tim Kelly
Starke. Mrs. D. A. Riggs of Starke. Virginia Kenney, Jack
S Andrea Eaves, daughter of McKenzie, Freddie Mack,
e Mr. and Mrs. Jack Eaves of Other A-B honor studentswere Henry Pete, Kendall Thomp-

e5 Starke.Tracy George daughter of Eighth: grade Matthew son.Sixth grade Tina EveryDayLowPrice FOOD EveryDaylowPrice

Mr. and Mrs. William Georgeof Box Mark Box Janet Boyce Chasteen, Retania Coleman,
Starke. Cindy Canova, Chris Crews Virginia Crawford, Lou Ann
Linda Johns daughter of Paul DeArmond, Ricky Johns DuBose, Christie Faulkner, Freezer QueenDINNERS NIBLETS WHOLJ2RNEL:
Mrs. Virginia Johns of Starke. Charles Register, Priscilla Terry Goodge,Betty Herndon, FAIR
Susan Massey daughter of Stalnaker, Kathy Taylor Cynthia Lawson Teena CORNGREEN
Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Massey of Merrl Arwood, Cheryl Norman,Tammy Powell, Lisa o.
Lawtey. Boyette, Phylis Contreas, Reddish Craig Scott, Sherree GIANT
Sylvan Williams daughterof Rhonda Griffis Becky Harper Shinn, Deborah Overstreet, SUPERMARKETS
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Yolanda Hernandez, Ann Brooks, Rhea Corbett STARKE'S
Williams of Lawtey. Laytonya Johnson, Tammy Timmy Gissy, Mary Griffis, 17oz GOLDEN CORN
Sarah Biggs daughter of Kelly, Christopher King Mike Griffis, Raymond 320 SOUTH CREAM STYLE
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Biggs of Peggy Moran, Karen Reddish Hillman, Teresa Knepper 2 Lb. Pkg. WALNUT ST.
Starke. Donna Samons Guy Smith Rhonda Norman, Paula 99C .0Ar1 VfftvDIV 0 ....LOW. SONY1 PRICES Sun OOOO ROOD BIVINtMNU
Irene Wainwright, daughterof Gerry Sullivan Sonya Tenly. Parker, James Roberts and weD AUO 3B IBM QUANTITY
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wain- Peggy Morgan. Karen Red- Pamela Underhill. All Varieties NIGHTS_' RISIRWIOon_ _ _ 379EvetyDayLowPrice
wright of Starke. dish, Donna Samons, Guy jrt plsnid to accost
Carla Wright, daughter of Smith, Gerry Wullivan Sonya Except Sliced Beef & Gravy IL1D.IL FOOD STIMPCOUPONS
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wright of Tenly.

Hawthorne. Seventh grade Angela VET NEWSST.
Andrews, Duane Baldwin _
Sixth: Grade Marlene Campbell. Vickie PETERSBURG T T
Edu
--
Karen Lynne Johns, Corbitt, Lisa Crawford, Bruce cational EverypayLowPrice BonusBuy
training under the GI
daughter Robert Johns of of Mr.Starke.and Mrs. Donley Tamera Etheridge Bill is not limited to classroom Carolina. !: Prizc| { I I IFtOMOAGRADC'A1 FRESH k CRISP
John Eaves, Lee Felton, Joey
_
type learning, W. B.
Janice Ann Jockel says B B ,
,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jana Funnell Godwin, Timmy, Marcia Gaskins Goodge, Mackall Florida's director Division of the Stateof of _____Sliced/ ________'T__ 'r FRESH CaliforniaWHOLE
Richard Jockel of Starke. :
Nelson Green, Carol Hayes, Veterans Affairs.
Leonard Johnson son of Sharon Hobbs Sheila Holmes ,
Mrs. Anna Ruth Johnson of Donna Johnson. Debbe Kite. _
Starke. )Helen Kuhne Tom Lock, There are many good woo rnu rooD r.n _
Kevin Miller, son of Mr. and Melody McDonald Melanie paying jobs for which __ 2 PERBAG .
Mrs. John Miller of Starke. skills are LARGE
Morris, Patty Mullins, Pat specialized _I LhUDtE _
Richard Smith son of Mr. Mundorff, Jeff Norman, required, so the GI[ Bill offersa _:_ HEAD___
and Mrs. E. J. Smith of Nancy Payne, Cherry program of apprenticeshipand _
Starke. Prevatt. Cassie Reddick, on-the-job training. While
Teri Bement, daughter of Montez Ritch, Dale Rogers, you are learning you are also EvcryDaylowPrk EvcryDayLowPikc'M EveryDayLowPrkc EveryDaylowPdce EveryDaylowPrkcKIBILAOf sonus8uy BonusBuy
earning, and receiving GREENDELl kt M>.IO f M UftVt BOSTON.L40I inEN CALIFORNIA' TMOMPIOM
Veterans Administration pay- Cubed BeefPATTIES MEATLOAF Pork Shoulder GROUND CHUCK GREEN SEEDLESSGRAPES

WHY ments to supplement your MIX ROAST REEF ROAST CABBAGE

WILL YOUR MONEY EARN l' 4 O 0 SETTLE income.For instance if you are ....,. 199 iO 79LI io 711i DueA.Ln79c VVu 1? 9C LYft 39 C?
FOR LESS? single and take on an approved -
program of apprentice
training the Veterans Ad-
FIRST TWO ministration will pay you $160a SS KINO SIX* PACKER OPIN PI1
month for the first six ((6) LABEL BAH mQUSAUCE
MORTGAGESPROVIDE PROGRAMSAVAILABLE months. In addition, your BREAD MUSHROOMS rkl
employer will be paying you
regular wages for that job.
1. 14% Annual'/Arturn I "un'ONLY -it oool Together they add up to a ..eN

2* ftNvrt Atonthly T.' .PaymtntX ,"In.nm"nt .(l:I w.nlhly til klm'flt 11..NICK.nINN_p..d.N INVIlTMIMtlltutNIO ; 41 program is hard of on-the-job to beat. If trainingthat it has COMPARE O 0.:...'.%'O .UP.r. :COMPARE, >::0': : '. (COMPARE U UUI'I: :,:' .";:'

4. rintMiitFtorltf '.\wI" WltH, Hit ,n.
been less than eight (8)
years
.II.*,butt "MINI" since you left the service, and I Pork Loin Chops .,.::e, .. 98c ". I Franks Oscar Mayer "':' J.,; 99 20 IYLA
5. C.rp.r.tt ProrvCarp. ,..... 2. ill' .OMODTItlNO-tl 000 .
N...rfr.0l .... .,......,.. your GI[ Bill entitlement has 01 01. i /AN.-rIIrn.l i S I'd "" u "u. ', 8 '0.
PY"'INIr Hld 'menthly.m.' payment' I ISIOJ .1 nNOSA1ISCHARCI not been used you may be Cornish Hens QUICK)U AVO MOIN!. 69 10. Skinless I Franks :::: 59 unny Sausage 'FN: ;;,' 1

03 eligible for up to two ((2) yearsof Baking Hens MISA MOttH OIAOIAOUCH 49c 10. : Sliced Bologna I.7 ';:;:'' 79' 14. : Hormel Franks :- ( 99c 10,
training or an 4 tOAIt *VO !
on-the-job ..... .
...,
unlimited trade apprentice Turkey .H''U"'IO''.'?,, -'''.:'''N 39c '0' I Chipped Meats t ""PlC'.0" 45 I Roll Sausage "":'" 59 10,
HOIIDA RfSIDENTSONlfCAt
.WWII Ot COM! IHKJ '0ll DttAfll ship.For further information on Cor'd Beef Briskets w '1 .1 119 20, I Cooked Ham .-'IC'" S140 20' : American Cheese KCIDI.H 99( 10.

I---------I the matter above contact or any either veteran your Cottage Cheese '.:-:;'::;.' 59c 4' : Low Cal Yogurt .':.,"::, 23c .' I Cream Cheese .DI.,1 39c 10.

: FINANCIAL RESOURCES CORP.I I: local County Veteran Service
'41 K ILOIIOANATIONAIIAN' Office any office of the
: JAr?SONVIIII' /10.10AJNONS t04.)>.26M I Veterans Administration or EvcryDayLowPrkcREA Every DayLowPrkc Every DayLowPrke Every Day LowPrkcUSBVS
WAYS I write Mackall at Post Office
:IAor'rt55 I Box 1437, St. Petersburg 33731 LEMON PFEIFFER SPECKLED
CIty' I (including your VA Claim Pantry Pride SALAD
I number Social Security RECONSTITUTED
SUTE
number Service number or DRESSING
(PHONE NUMBED -a any means of identification). LEMON JUICE Tea Bags
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FRENCH* ITALIAN
.FKOZEM 201 POtY BAO
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J 32ozBTL. COUNT 8ozBTLS. 3 289COMPARE

BOX .
[[c(! .IY (c!1lBU(![ MAURICE .

.:::R.:":COMPARE: O icK;: :' '0; {COMPARE :;:c,:..: ';

Roast-N-Boast ,ItO' P.0 4/'l/ ''. I Foam Cups '::,. 59c '0. | Banquet Suppers .,:: 99c so.

EDWARDS JR. Hot Dog Relish ,zi"f: 4/1/ I" 19" White Plates .. :SCeI". 69c i 0. i UtilitySizeBaggies N" 3/'l/ 30.

Dill Pickle Chips -.>,.:. 37 .. i 9" White Plates ..cc\:: \.", 99c 10. j Colgate Toothpaste .Dt 77 lit I

Your Plus Meat "".' 69c .. I Round Bowl .'::CH.. 37c .. \ Toothpaste, rarer 5515'.LOS ruD' 49c tot

School Board Member Taco Casserole ".e.T0r;; 79c '0. 19"Design Plates ..H.C:... 49c I. I Toothpaste '"N i.;:;.' 49c lOt

Southern Maid Grits :::> 69c 0. I Aluminum Foil ; 4/1/ "' Efferdent Tablets 79c 21.

I District Southern Maid Meal Ui; 69c 1. I Aluminum Foil .*10 N*.tO VM.OI*T. '169 I0. J Listerine '' Jl" \\4t

Quick Gritsratr", : 22c I. I Stay Free Mini Pads T::,e" 4/'l/ '*. i Mouthwash "-;,".'.""" ,59c, lOt4tt

I WILL IF ELECTED STAND UP FOR OUR Aluminum Foil tyw: : $1" 10. I Pantry Pride Wipes .... 49c '0. I Herbal Shampoo '.",'::a"': '.' 59c ,

Frosting Mix rr.-.vr I ; ; 39c 10. I Pantry Pride Cups H 69cT5S" .. Stainless Blades ""r039: < JOt

CHILDREN THE CITIZENS AND THE
I I IvcrfDiytowPik* EncryOiy LowPrkcANOUITL tftryhyLowPrkcLnlS
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t >MOMDINNERS> 0"' HI
TEAGLASSES m.rt
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TAXPAYERS OF OUR COUNTYPaid BEEF FlAVOR ENGLISHMUFFINS PIZZA

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III 'nI.I'mt\l>1I August 22. 1U7I!


Minor Traffic Violations No Longer Crime In Florida Fiiuil Senior Sct

Sittin M
II'

TAIJJVIIASSKK( : Senate Ixith Icus amputated! ( 1 or have (it 25 cents: for handling plus case was tried shall report the ",1/" .. Next Wednesday
Kill 171 which decriminalizes lost I the use of one or both legs actual postage rounded! up to I final disposition to the Department '. : '
minor Irall'ic violations was and who request( such tug by the .m-arest five cents. It of Highway Safety und I [)" "'.I Wednesday, Aug. 28, will be
line ol :.VI bills which cleared annual application to the 1 Department !requires: the use of !tirst classina'il Motor Vehicles.SBSW7 '., ''''!''j'...'. ) for late Senior
;';J'I"1 the last day
the/ 117-t! Legislature and wenttoliov. ol' Highway Safety for registration and provides that no local ''' ', J !, i.j:,: :? to be taken in the
.
Keubin Askew for consideration. and Motor Vehicles.! It also plates. law or ordinance will ... ')'- pictures, Office at BUS.
-" Attendance
provides! that t\a\ penalty for liB ::1m2 exempts a wrecker preempty any provision of the ": .!. : ,.. missed previous
who
....., t., 12 Those
The bill provides (hatpersons |irkinn on streets highways towing another vehicle Irom section which deals with the I I fwo will have their I
,
cited lor specific or metered spaces shall Ix Ira II ic control requirel1ll'nlsl'l'lating power of the Department of Ifho appointments"If miss this
IIl1nor trail ic violations will borliurncd levied upon person issued! a to maximum size; SB Transportation to enforce ', I last chance. will you have to
with none ri mi mil in- "IV"1 or international wheelchair 55J: reduces the charge for laws regulating outdoor advertising. %;,'1'/1\1'/ \ ,. '"i.;\\il"!,: ;:, one again you takensomewhere get

Iruclions and may pay a symbol Ian and licensed issuing duplicate registration 1""'<1 your photograph else, in order to bepublished
tfundard civil penalty post to drive in Florida.UK wlilicjiteslrom$2 to,10 cents lIB {lit requires police officers .. in the yearbook"
.ind forfeit bond or appear :2r! >(il2 creates I a 10- hut provides a charge of 50 attending motor vehicle CHOOL D/.... Annual Advisor Charles '
Ix'lore! a stale or municipal member joint legislative cents lor issuing a transfer of accidentsbodily injury, death says \
indue to determine( it'an infraction committee( to continue study 1''gislratiol1 cert, it ica(c. or greater than $100 damage .... Hall. '
need only to wear a
has Ijccn committed.Trul ol transportation needs between SB 1125 restructures the to report to those parties ,,- Buys There is
nor
I it; violations remaining Jacksonville and Miami Tampii-llillsborough. County suffering the injury the name white shirt. for girls !
riminal lenses cind exempt' and to prepare a ,report with Kxpressway: Authority to and address ol the vehicle's : ( : required fee is dress one dollar. ,
ironi the new law are llccingit recommendations by 1>1'C. 1 I. consist! of seven members, owner and driver; license Sitting 1','
'" attempting to elude u police1 HI74.\ with four to be appointed by numbertif the vehicle; and the { .
'.Ulcer, leavinu I the scene ol liB :M71 requires that the the (;iovernor and confirmed name\ of the covering insurance '1 \', '
.<\n accident ; driving'or l cinnin owners and driver ol any by the.? Senate, one each to be comp ,in\ actual physical control ol.ui vehicle hauling aggregates the mayor of Tampa or his provides that every accident .. / ,
\ \'l'hicll'hile under I tl1l' which may tail or plow I rom designate, a county commissioner form include a. provision for {: {
influence ol alcoholic the vehicle are responsible to and the district recording the policy. numbers ill t.C. ,.... .4.7.I"! .--' ;,
i"cerajtes.. and reckless prevent such materials Irom engineer for the 1 Department of liability insurance carriers ; ., y. d J,;. -- ",.
tin inn tailing blowing or escaping ..I l Transportation.SB covering any vehicle involved .r-, 11'\I--\ -' : If1
:Ml l'(H" requires the Depart- by covering mill securing it : ,.exempts: structures in an accident. :'
i fill ol Transportation toHlopi With a close-lilting tarpaulin .ind advertising signs thereon lIB 218 provides that a ,;.-\-1\. \ t
a system( ol liallicniilrol or other ;appropriate covering within the right of way motor vehicle bearing a jt" ",' \I.c"" 1f'lli--1-[ \
,, deMces lor use on tinirci'ls '* SM IK4 names the causeway boundaries of any road or current valid inspection J .
.ind highways Mir'imilinu .. on Stale !toad 111)) in Palm highway within municipal certificate may be presented -
.' all public' .llld I'.each County the "MarjorieMerriwealher : corporate limits or county tor inspection at any time
IIIIV.MC schools in r'lorida. ; Post Memorialrauseway" road system when such are prior to expiration of the 'ilJ ;
l In', lull also proudes that ;i ; ; SB ::1-t0() primarily: I lor the comfort, certificate. SB 50 provides
,'iiiii.il he piihlislied' I h is I liie* designates .Old .Culler, ITnaW in ronvcniciuc and salety of that the authorized receipt \J: {),
I )( >'l concerning spcc'ilicu'IOIIN I >ade County as'a sliii'. 1iis- school, children or general' issued to the driver of a car Shy little four yar old Stephanie Duku is shown ",,' !4, d11C. Irtf1Z" -- ,

.ind( re<|uireMiienls lor"'lisirilnilion lone highway: :SB r>::12! public Irom state law (ailing inspection shall act as registering for her first year at school Kindergarten Ith .. \ .........;, ..;.,).-.1,
to local such lor 10 days, her nvw teacher. IMs. Donna Brewer,and her mother .-. \'; "
novcrniMiUil designates: State Itoad( tCiliIrom : rcgul.iling provisions.SB a temporary ,Mrs. J. :\ : ...... ,
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units and I to establish, ." that in permit lor C. Dukes. This is Ms. Brewer's first of r ""
!HJ!)> to SK Il2li:! in Dade : 7 provides cases inspection purposes year teaching at "
i .initeiiaiice\ once erectedIhfM' County as "I)olphlll KxpressCS :: nl l'Ullltl'l'\'il'W ol suspensionsor of driving to and Irom Slarke Elementary.: She was formerly a third grade teacher
I bills cleared the \\(1\( I lor I II IB |:II!I3iles'ignates ; re\ '. M.I, I c Tra. nsp > "\ chaired b> :Sen.l..i County the "(iandvx ill,' ilie district courts ol appeal.! slat ion.The hill was vetoed
"! |">li I'oslon. D-.Miami.: lioad" and CS lor I 111\\ lint;; 1 :S tin- SB 7l! requires that :SB 227:! "requires !DOT to Presented To Board I
l.i.'h, handled; 121:! bills and designates SU III in Santa whenever any I person orenl ity .idopt minimum uniform Strip Mining Regulations To Be
>'JlI"l nved 112.:! 'I'lnrly-iunc Uose and Kscamhia: counties liuldmii real property in the -.tandards lor design, construct
"in.nncd in committee andM'M'ii .is "The ('diversity ol \\ehlKlorid.i lorm nf a partnership, limited !ion and maintenance of A proposed ordinance conform to the environment of Action was. discussed Bradford County is now /onedItIA '
died eithi'r in other I Causeway. I. partnership: corporation public curb and curb ramps; providing regulations for strip the area and will be designed against Mrs. Annie Cooper of I ingle lamily rcsideii
"111 nil II('l'S or on t the 1 House 1 : Hit :!lM.:! .> deletes the reiiireineiit | irtist or' in any lorm of representative :SB Mil allows !DOT to use mining operation in Bradford by architecture students atSKJC tin If is Loop, who Gaines said lial ) and that they could not
iiid. :Senate calendars.Ml thai 'one company may capacity lor.iiiulluT. change orders I instead of County will be presented to Mrs. Gray said. has a number of junk cars grant( a variance The
I t 1211:! provides I hat l-'lordki not have consecutive: service enters into( a I land supplemental I contracts for the Board of County Commissioners Ralph Bryan was given parked! in her yard in violation, \\lmldons were given |"HT
',HIt'ntsho are nmtorMhicle stations along one side ol the transaction with any governmental changes in construction at its first meeting in permission to advertise for of the zoning code. Mrs.Cooper mission, however, to obtain .1.
owners! md wheel- "Klorid.i Turnpike but provides unit he must make. a contracts if the change is not September, Monday the !9th. rezoning Irom OK to BII on was denied last month temporary" six-months: permit
''i.nr users shall be issued aii that one company may no) imblic disclosure under oath in excess of $10.000 or two County Zoning Board one acre at the northwest of a petition lor rezoning to to move a mobile home on the
nloi vehicle license I..gllh. have more" than one station itI subject to jieiialties of perliiry. percent of t the original contract members approved the ordinance corner of the intersection of permit operation of a junk property and occupy it \\ hilc
.uluvlcliair user s> n\bol.\ I he station constitutes more" lit every person having aIxMic whichever is greater. as presented by I lighways 301 and 18. The new vard on the property. The they were building a m
..11!! Ht>7 reiiests| : the' Hum ::>i 11> per cent of the service ii-ial interest in the realproperty. House Memorial\ 2li4l urges Director L. M. Gaines, at the classification (Business- hoard instructed\ G.uncs; to U'lilional 1 type home
,"i\, "c-i'Mor to direct the I>OT to stations on the turnpike Congress to permit loreign board's July meeting, subject Highway) would permit a l'onlel'lith Mrs. COOIHT and :Mrs. Ann Lee VanKlta: wa-
''Hirdin.ile' a :study to be tin- project. CS lor lIB MB;:, deals with vessels to carry passengers to a few minor changes. Strip convenience store operation then take action if t the cars denied a similar request in.
ii'il.ikcn' by I II()ri'! counties liB :2!!I 122:!:! establishes the i egiil.ilion and license lor hire IxHween the ports and places mining regulations are being with service siation facilities were' not removed.Two move ilia mobile home' on lot .
"nid i-ities to determine ollense ol dl'ivlngllh an motor, vehicles : liB I71(> of the U.S. in view of the sought by the Zoning Board but would not permit'a bar ortavern ('(IUl'slsl'I'e denied in I the I'umpkin I'atch ..('1'1111I1
I lorul.rs transportation "unlawful I I blood alcohol pro\ul'' : that the right of energy crisis; und SB :)!U2aUows because of a pending phosphate the board said. involving "hardship eases": on ol Little Santa I-V Lake. MisVanKlla ,
"','d-: .ind to present findings: level". <1.111!<> per cent )I. and certain, railroad and canal in cases of driving, mining operation which Merrill Dees was given Santa. Ke Lake. :Mr. and :Mrs said her present
H the' Senate Transportation: IH'iultics lot violations and i oni'|>,nnes to condemn\ land JBBle Intoxicated!, the court to is considered a possibility in permission to advertise lor a Tlienm D. \\hiddon. Sr.. ol cabin was not suitable. lor cold
1 .uuniiltee I .it least till days pi ov ides lor a pre-arresl lor 1'I'mlllallaclhhos be Mne a court request lor reinstatement the future in the western part change in classification Irom ,/;Il'ksonville.hll said they \\calhrr. and she would like l liiltach I..
i ,mr, to the Il7li! Legislature breath lest l h\ a police ollicer Mil inn" !male to any governmeiiliil .dl. temporary of the county. (OK to KIC on )If(> acres ontirill'is had "a !ohal'k" on their lot oil the mobile home in.. nlor
ilh .1 luilhei report( to I heMI mill the operator's written entity's right to con- restricted driving permits Several controversial loop. across Irom the Santa. Fe and desired to use in winter months:
senate, unseiilI ileiiin.ilion through eminent provided theclelendant has no for reclassifications Smith chicken farm. Zoning replace it with a. mobile home The hoard advised that n
requests
| iiiiiiniltee' :Subslitule lori I 111\\ li.V! :> removes the .">(11 ""111.1111..11: III requires that previous I ml I conviction and the agenda for the Director L.M. Gaines; said since they' were being forced could not grant( liei rcqiH"-!
i I; I.Hi\ provides" lor the i-cnls maximum charge lor! ,\II hiliU\ days alter final -required! 1 ID enroll. in and are regular on zoning board meeting that Dees planned a mobile by circumstances to give up under I lie regulations, bill said I
--nance ol III1" license the mailing, ol motor vehicle tudiciiil disposition,,; ol all. "complete' a lriver improvement 27. These include home subdivision with a their home in Jacksonville sheoiild liaxe the' light 'u" >
Tuesday Aug.
i .ilr- to r'lorida licensedvixir i euistralion and license plates miivinu, : I rail ic violations the course lor alcohol. a request for rezoning central water supply and The board advised that all appeal. I the case to the Board' ,.
who" have bad <> square loot lots. lake I runt property in Countv Commissioners
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north of Starke, just off, U. S.
301 to permit the operation of
an Auto body shop close to a
residential subdivision.At .
the July zoning meeting,
BRINGGOVERNMENT Gaines reported 51 building
permits issued in June,
totaling $280.900ith( revenue
to the county of $833.50 from
fees. Gaines said the average
take from building permits is
averaging $940 per month.

The director also told the
board that the recent land use
study developed by Dr.
Uobert Heighten and his
University of Florida group
has been accepted by the U.S.
Department of Housing and
BACK TO THEPEOPLE Urban Development as a

the model nation.In for use. in other parts of

land use actions Tuesday
night:
The application of John
Gribble lor a change in
classification from Open
Rural to H1C on 2' acres
: south of Starke on the eastside
of U.S. 301 was denied by
the County Zoning Board
Tuesday night following

"YOU THE VOTER WILL HAVE TOLL FREE PHONE protest owners by in a the group area.of property

Gribble now has two mobile

SERVICE TO BILL HESTER EVERY DAY OF THE YEAR. I homes on the which property under ..
(OK zoning "requires one-

WILL GO TO THE PEOPLE I WILL LOOK FORWARD acre desired lot to for place each three home.more He .-... ......... \\filllfflif I

mobile homes on the property i
TO MEETING EACH AND EVERY ONE OF YOU IN for his children but the* board *
advised that even with a 11

YOUR HOME TOWN. THE FOLLOWING IS MY change in classification to
ItlC, which requires only I I II EASY LIVING FOR YOUR FAMILY
20.000) square feet per mobile I I
"
COMMITMENT TO MEET WITH YOU home, he still could not I II
d comply with the requirement I I II IN A MOBILE HOME
; of 100-ft. frontage per unit. I I II
The request was denied I I II II
vllarold B. Smith was given II I -
1974 I
November Starke 1975 December Clay HillPonce II I
to advertise for
permission a l l ll
December Orange Park 1976 January De Leon change in zoning from Exclusive I I NO LOT RENTAL DUE l i iI
Hotel Agriculture to BABusinessAutomotive I I l lI
1975 January Palm Valley February Lawtey ( ) on 7 I I I Il
February acres on the west side of U.S. I FOR FIRST HALF OF YEAR l I II
Lawtey March Orange Park
I l lI
301 North near the KFA farm. I I II
March Green Cove April St. Augustine L.K. Whitehead, part owner of I I II II I l lI
April Vilano Beach II I I l ll
May Hampton new subdivision in the
a area I l i ii ii ii ii ii ii ii ii ii ii ii ii ii
May BreakerKeystone June Green Cove objected on the grounds that I I II II SEE OLIN'S FOR DETAILS il l
June Hgfs. July PalmValleyBrooker the residential neighborhood
July Pica lata would be harmed, since Mr. I
August Smith planned to establish I I II
August Hampton September Keystone Hgts. and operate an auto body I I II II II Mobile Homes are goingfast!
September AAiddleburg October Vilano Beach shop. The petition will be I
October Switzerland November Starke heard at the August 27 I
November meeting. I I II ACT NOW BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE i
Starke December
Middleburg Zella Grady of Gainesville I I II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II i
i

advertise was given for permission a change to in I I I 3 Used Mobile Homes i i

classification from KIA I AV/UUBIE/ i
(residential to K\ (Exclusive I i

W 0U I] approximately Agricultural 40 acres) west on I I BUY NOW WHILE THE PRICE IS LOW I i i

of Highway 21 near the I i

Speedvdle Mrs. Gray settlement.said that several I I See Mark Olin Today lie Is neatly To Save YouMoneij i i

I i i ii
wished establish
families to the a I OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 9 A.M. 8 P.M. SUNDAYS 1 P.M. e P.M. i i ii
community on property
I i i ii
and engage in farming and i i ii

MAKES IT HAPPEN we livestock can live operations off the land"to"see She if I I I ni iii'c HOBILE i i

said the Mrs. Dore Kotundo, a I ULIIl O i ii
professor of Architecture at I HOMES i i ii
Santa Fe Junior College was I i i ii
a member of the group and I i i ii ii ii ip"jt"
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 25
'had already started construction I Hwy 100 Starke 964-5606 i i
Paid For By the Bill Hester Campaign Fund ED DEESE, Treasurer of a residence on the i
property. Other residences, aoooooooooooooooooooooaoocx>oooooooooooooa<>ooooc>aLI
planned to be built* will! I


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August, 19'''' TELEGRAPH Page 19


BROOKEU IN BRIEFBy Citizens Help Dorothy Kerrigan Wilmont StarlingWilmont Youth ChargedWith


Jeannette Prescott Needed InLand Community Mrs. Dorothy Kerrigan, 70, Starling, 68, of
died Thursday, Aug. 15, at her Starke, died Sunday, Aug. 18, Falsely
KUMMAGK
SALK home on Silver Lake after an in a Jacksonville Hospital
A Rummage Sale, sponsored 45 cents per day or $2.25 per Use illness of several :years. after an extended illness. He
by the young people of week. In order to purchase Mrs. Kerrigan was born in was born in Lawtey on Oct. 22, Obtained DrugsA
New River Baptist Church, tickets for the week, students Plan ing Process News The Bronx, N.Y. on March 3, 1905, the son of the late Jim
will be held Saturday, Aug, 24, must bring l lynch money on 1904, and had lived in the and Nettie Griffis of Starke. local youth was arrested
from 9 a.m to 4 p.m. on the Monday Starke area since 1945. She He was a retired carpenterand Sunday, August 18, and
corner by the Barber Shop in Highlights of the various was an active member of the a member of the Baptist charged with falsely obtaining
: Brooker. Please come and PERSONALS elements of the second phaseof ELIZABETH GIVENS WALKER Bradford County Senior Church. barbiturates at a local

i I help the young people out. Mrs. W.A. Bishop, of the land use study currently Citizens Club. drugstore.
SCHOOL NEWS Day will be observed at New
> Fair hope, Ala. underway In Bradford county Gregory Jarrell Gay, 19, of
is
visiting school bells Bethel Besides her husband, Joe Surviving are his wife,
NEW \' -: BAPTIST Mrs Pearl were reported at a public Pre-planning Sunday, September 8. survived Starke,was taken into custodyby
Markey. They All Kerrigan, she is by Mary Kathryn Starling, of
Monday morning August members arc asked to
, The of visited Mrs. meeting Thursday evening, rang Police Officer E.D. Phillipsof
young people Safety brother Nelsonof
Bishop's
Mrs.
in one sister, Alyce Jacksonville; two daughters,
19th for 1974-75 school term please cooperate with this
t Harbor Baptist Church will Marston Jordon,and family in August 15, in the county for West Belmar, N.J. Mrs. Frances Smith, Wildwood the Starke Police Depart-
the
Bradford activity. at 6
County, Sunday
I perform an all musical Keystone commission room. p.m. ment, after police were
Heights last In accordance with her and Mrs. Patricia
will Youth will ;
bell be of
teachers. School ring in
at New Hiver l Saturday. Mrs. Sarah Students of Dr. Robert II. charge alerted by druggist Lester
! program Baptist Pitt of for students Monday, August service. Miss Sandra Bonds wishes, Mrs. Kerrigan's body Bunker, Jacksonville; one
the
I Church on Thursday, Aug. 22, Jacksonville was also Mrs. Heighten, professor in 26, for all schools in Bradford will speak. was given to the Anatomical son, DeWayne Starling, Titus- Crews of Mitchell's Drug
at 7:30: p.m., under the Markey's guest over the Urban and Regional askedto Ebenrier Board at the University of ville; two sisters, Mrs. Louise Store.
All Church,
i direction of Thomas Brown. weekend.Mr. Development Center, County. parents are Baptist Gay, following Sunday's
with the Rev. Florida for purposes of Starling, Starke, and Mrs.
!, Everyone is invited to attend.CIIURCII01"(00 and Mrs. A.L. Green University of Florida and each were please of cooperate the school for the Thursday Leroy night Davis Bible, pastor.Class medical research.ST. Lorena Starling, Daytona purchase from druggist Bob
were visiting their children, introduced program Beach two brothers, Percy, Autrey, has been charged on
benefit and ;
of the children.DELLCIIAPTEK Prayer Meeting. Satur-
I !Mr presented short, informal of ob-
and Mrs. Allen Mesmoreand of Ocala, and Joe Starling! three counts falsely
I OFl'HOI'llKCY I : children, in Washington, reports of the research they day evening at 5 p.m. the MARK'S EPISCOPAL Jacksonville; and ten grand- taining the drugs and one
168O.E.S. pastor will meet with the
I Sunday School, 10 a.m. D.C. a few days. While there have done this summer. CHURCH children. unsuccessful attempt.
I Worship Services, 11 a.m. and they visited around the The importance of citizen Publicity committee. Sunday Gay is alleged to have made
Dell E.S. will School will services at .
participation in the planning Chapter 168 O. begin Saturday 8 a.m. till noon:
: 7 p.m. Sunday. Ice Cream country, including Baltimore, Funeral services held purchases on forged
were
hold its regular meeting 9:30: which will conclude for all hands.
stressed by Mrs. Work Party
7:30 Md and process was prescriptions on July 30,
Churning : p.m. Wed Williamsburg, Va. at 11 a.m. Thursday in Jones
Thursday night at the Masonic services for the day. Holy
Colleen and Mrs. Sunday- 8:30: a.m.,
Mr and!Mrs. D.R. Eagan August 12 and August 18
28.
nesday, Aug. Everyone Minton Bobbie Zeman as they Hall[ on Brownlee Street. All Everyone is asked to attend Eucharist. Memorial Chapel with Rev. E.
invited. Lakeland The unsuccessful attempt to
were visiting in members are asked to pleasebe Fellowship Hour. 25 -- 10 a.m., Mor- C. Harvey conducting. Inter-
their research August
reported on
relatives made atEckerd's
/siuiooi.M\\s! : in Brooker a few ment was in Bethlehem purchase drugs was
School will begin Monday days last week. They spent the county. A public in- present. Pleasant Church Grove, Rev.UnitedMethodist Willie ning Prayer. Cemetery near Lake City Drug Store in
26. Hours will Wednesday and formation program and a Starke, also on Sunday
be
Aug. the Thursday CHURCH NEWSMt. Stilt, pastor. Everyone is under direction of DeWitt C.
same as last year ((8:25: to night with Mr. and Mrs. Paul community-wide survey were Zion A.M.E. Church, invited to attend Bible Class IJ Neighbors Jones Funeral Home. August 18.
2-15)) for Prescott and among the recommendations Gay has been release on
: except Kindergarten Johnny. They
Rev. Richard Bethel at 7:30
of pastor. Tuesday night : prayer
drove Mrs. Prescott offered as a means getting bond.
students who Shands
will be !Medical I citizens involved in planningfor Sunday services will begin meeting at 8 p.m. Wednesday "'r''1 <
dismissed at rio: Center Thursday .
p.m. with School School at 10
at 10
Sunday a.m. night Sunday (
Zeman
Mrs.
The price of lunches will be was morning released, for tests, and she explained the future.the guidelines for Women's Day will be observed a.m. Sunday at 3 p.m. The UC Rape Charge Dismissed I

Saturday. establishing a citizen par at 11 a.m. Miss Annie United Methodist Women will :; '
I ticipation committee under Bell Anderson will be the meet which will terminate i1- -=, Union County Circuit Court a later date and the trial rescheduled -
the contract specifications set speaker. At 4:30 p.m. a services for the day. r scheduled to begin Monday, for the October
Did You Know ? ? ? out by the Department of Musical will be presented Mt. IMoriah United r August 19, with Circuit Judge term.
Freewill Methodist Rev Willie
Housing and Urban featuring Baptist Church Wayne M. Carlisle presidingwas
Development HUD( ), Church, Philadelphia Baptist Stitt, pastor. Sunday School postponed until ThurThe jury venire drawn for
Church Choirs and the Whites. will terminate services for the
Sheldon and Larry the
Zipkin iJ1' sday, Aug. 22, following this week's trials were
Sticca reported on their The public in invited to attend. day. at 10 a.m. All membersare state's dismissal of the trial of dismissed until Thursday,
study of the Mrs. Olivia Scott, chairman, asked to attend with
background Jimmy Coney, charged Aug. 22.
\ II. it\:\;
and Mrs.Mariam Houston Bethel \'
iG circulation systems in co- Fellowship Hour at .
rape.Dismissal
e d dI Bradford County.. Each chairman. Baptist Church.LAWTEY. of the case was
student emphasized need Greater Allen Chapel K permitted by Judge Carlisle he Suledto begin Thursday
and importance of planning in A.M.E.: Church Rev. B.C. because of the state's failure jury trial of
I the future as costs of road Williams, pastor. Service to produce two key witnesses Solomon Ham, aggravated
C maintenance continues to schedule as follows: Sunday for the trial. assault and Rafael Baez, for
increase. Fifty-four additional School will begin at 10 a.m. The defendant, Jimmy possession of a weapon by a
miles of road will be returnedto Morning service at 11 a.m. Coney, will be re-arraigned at state prisoner.
the county by the state for The Rally will terminate By Elizabeth Terry
maintenance. At this point, Sunday All members are
budgetary considerations will asked to cooperate with the CHUKCII ACTIVITIES visited his brother and wife, f
become necessary to offset Leaders in this activity. All Church of God Sunday !Mr and Mrs. George Teston, ELECT. .
the added expenditure. Boards are asked to make School 10 a.m. Worship Ser last Thursday and Friday at
I Among the recommendations their reports. At 3 p.m. All vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. YPE Land of Lakes, Fla. On their WM. G."BILL". GRAUDONSA
offered to consider was members are asked to attend and Prayer Meeting Satur- return they visited Mr. and
construction of a bypass, or the Fellowship Hour at New day, 7:30: p.m. Mrs. Buddy Brown and Mr. r'
alternate 301, west of Starke. Bethel Baptist Church Faith Baptist Church and Mrs. Baker at Sanford. MEMBER OF YOUR
similar to the one in Sunday, September 8, Rev Radio Program over WPXE, 8 Donna Carter, daughter of
Hawthorne in Alachua R.E. Lamb, presiding Elder, a.m. Sunday. Worship Ser- Mr. and Mrs. Richard Carter, SCHOOL BOARD r
AMERICA'S NO.1 1 will hold the last quarterly and celebrated her tenth birthday
Countv. vices, 11 a.m. 7:30: p.m. DISTRICT 5 COUNTY (-
AIR An" environmental conference for this conference Prayer Meeting 7:30: p.m Sunday afternoon. After I/
Carrier assessment study was year. Annual conference Wednesday, Bible Study. playing several games, Chief Engineer Bradford County Hospital '
CONDITIONINGMJKER reported by Dave Jahnig, starts in Jacksonville Sep Grace United Methodist refreshments were served. Former Supervisor uf Maintenance, Bradford County Schools
environmental engineering tember 1013. Rev Williamswill Church Sunday School, 9:45: There were 16 present.Mr. Instructor at Vo-Trch Center
student who said that environmental be attending. a.m. Morning service, 11 a.m. and Mrs. Russell Wood OWNS BUSINESS-F.1MILY MAN

Did You Know That You Can answer to the planning needs of should the Freewill Greater Baptist Bethlehem Church, Rev Topic Look Me for Over.August" Wednesday 25 "(ley, school attended reunion Mr. Wood's at t the 25th Hilton high Let'a For Equip Our Our Leaders Young Of People Tomorrow Today. (Paid Pol Adv)
Williams in Jacksonville
citizens. His final report will Jasper pastor. night choir practice, 7 p.m. Hotel
the critical of Service begins with Tiny Tots United Methodist Saturday night.
point out areas Fellowship
Save As Much As 40% With and Ushers Board No. 3 The United ...... .
preservation, conservation, 7:30: p.m. --------------- ------- --I
meeting Monday night.-
and delineate those areas Methodist Women will meet at
which can take greater, intense Tuesday night Senior Choir the home of Mrs. Truby VOTE FOR
Our Special use.Curtis rehearsal. Wednesday night Wainwright Tuesday the 27that
Beville and Fred prayer meeting. Thursday 10 a.m.Highland.
Diaz reported on their recent night (tonight) the Ladies Baptist Church -
studies in the recreation areas Circle will meet at the home of Sunday School 9:45: a.m.
Close Out Prices and the health systems of !Mrs Bradshaw. The Prayer Morning Service 11 a.m. Choir ] T. PARRISHFOR
Bradford County He Band will meet at the home of Practice 6:30: p.m. and .
l7 Rev and !Mrs. Jasper Service .
recommended that the county Evening 7:30: p m
OnWindow think about buying resource- Williams in Jacksonville Prayer Meeting Wednesday
is Youth
Friday night. Sunday
oriented recreation areas now 7:30: p.m.
MEMBER OF
Day. The Youth will be in
used Northside Church
as the surrounding lakes Baptist -
Units by citizens have become charge. Sunday School will Sunday School, 10 a.m.
recreational begin services at 9:30.: Mor- Services 11 and
crowded. Land Worship a m.
facilities,such as playgroundsand ning service at 11 a.m. 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting SCHOOL BOARD
baseball fields were found Evening service at 6 p.m. Wednesday 7:30: p.m.
From to be adequate for the areas Visitors are always welcome.
served. St.Johns Baptist Church PERSONALSMrs. / : 1A
Diaz outlined a model for Rev. Willie Huffman, pastor. Truby Wainwright : DISTRICT 5
ODD To 2G,000 BTUs studying the health systems in Sunday services will begin/ visited her sister, Mrs. Frank
with School
Bradford County based on Sunday at 10 a.m. Rowe, Macclenny! last
similar studies carried out by Morning service at 11 a.m. Tuesday and Wednesday.
the Tampa Bay Regional Evening service at 3 p.m. From there she went for a Family man with three school age children

Sawyer Slade Gas: Planning Council. His Class Weekly and services include Meeting Bible visit with her cousin, Mrs. Farmer and Businessman
Prayer
researchwasdirected more to Loca Whitten, at Lake Butlerfor
finding a guideline for future combine. each Wednesdaynight. two days. I promise to handle situations and problems of the school boardto

& Rirconditioning J m-depth studies in the health Billy & Scotty Anders, sons the best of ability.
Free Canaan True ChurchOf Anders my
of Mr. and !Mrs. Bill ,
care area. (Paid Pol Ad )

332 W. Madison 964.7701 Lester Dr. Heighten Sol in and introduced Frank Sampson God In White Unity, pastor.Elder celebrated party, ages a 10 joint& 6,birthday with a / Will Appreciate Your Vote and Support.

Martin, representatives from Weekly services began small family group. Cake and ___._ ______ __ L _____
Wednesday night with Prayer
the North Central Florida punch were served.
Regional Planning Council, Meeting and Terry service. Mrs. Fred Moore spent last
with Friday night Teaching and with her sister Miss
ELECT who will be working Friday
Bradford County cicizens in Prayer Service Sunday Schoolat Rachel Boyer, in Jackson Know Your CandidateWhen
10 a.m. Morning service at
the final phases and implementation -
ville.Mrs.
11 a.m. Evening service at 7
of the land use Elsie Norman attended

:r &L. study.The meeting concluded witha p.m.The church is grateful to all Juniper the Springs Starling on reunion Sunday.at You Go To The Polls September 10Don't

presentation of the maps who help make the appreciation Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Priest
.' from last year's study by Dr. service for Deacon spent last week with their
Vote I
1 Heighten. An informal Dean a success. daughter and son.in.law.Ir.! Blindly
question and answer period :New Bethel Baptist Church, and Mrs. John Morris Jr., at
followed in which those Rev. Leroy Davis, pastor. Knoxville, Tenn. While there
citizens attending had an Weekly services will begin they visited Mr. and Mrs HaroldWATERS
:
opportunity to discuss their with Bible Class and Prayer John !Morris, Sr., who live -

with the students, Mr. Meeting Wednesday night near by. ..
views .. : .'
Sunday School at 9:45. Morning
: and !Mrs. J.E. Teston
Sohn Mr. Martin, and Dr. Mr. .
Worship at 11 a.m. At 3 \ .: '"
Height on. p.m. Fellowship Hour. Family ;/ '"

Political Signs
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w Serving Florida Posted IllegallyTo [". ... ...I...j" &'.t'<< '.*':,
tir; '
CountyCommissioner
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; : kZd ; +fI CordiallyWelcomes illegally Political by signs candidates posted or District \

Mrs. Carolyn Ml', u their state overzealous highway right supporterson of way, .

Eaves M' will be removed and _
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destroyed by Florida Harold Waters is: ,

wI Representative W You and Your Department of Transportation

maintenance crews, DOT a deacon of First Christian Church Starke
Ph. 964-5812 ,
Family To Your officials announced today.
I PT \r ,, 613 S. Colley Rd. a 17-year veteran of Hudson Pulp & Paper
r. r New Home Unfortunately, removal of
the illegal signs not only a Bradford Fair Association board member

FRED SAPP StarkeThe State Of FloridaIt DOT produces maintenance added workload crews for, a 4-H leader in the Hampton Community .

already responsible for married and has 3 children

Is Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome and numerous other chores, but a past-president of the Hampton Rec. Dept.
CommissionerGROUP also costs tax dollars in
City Acquaint You With Your City. equipment costs and salaries. past-president of Hampton Elementary PTA

1
II you era new In the are, a phone call
Political signs are IF YOU KNOW HAROLD WATERS, YOU'LL WANTTO
Fair and Equal GovernmentIn will bring you a prompt visit from your local' hoalsssPlaaa prohibited under Florida
Statute 479.22 which states VOTE FOR HIM SEPTEMBER 1
Fair and Equal Manner *give h.r a oalllSh "...no political signs shall be 10\
erected, posted, painted,
has map and many fra. and wondarful tacked,. nailed or otherwise

gifts for you from local busln..... displayed, placed or locatedon The People's Man
(PAID POL. ADV.) If or above any state or .
(Paid Pol. Adv)
county road right-of-way

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Lelgzls I Ito New Plan Set For FesvaIAllglls" ; 30,31

NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Ms. Shellie Gerla Inspector Southeast Quarter(W 1/2 of NE Court for Bradford County,
REGISTER 1/4 of SE 1/4)), In Section 11, Florida, in the Courthouse at There will be a triple-play audiences according to the the Festival director said.

FICTITIOUS NAME ALTERNATES FOR the satisfaction of the Street Township 5 South, Range 22 Starke, Florida, within four ((4)) fiesta aspect to the 22nd an- sort of program they prefer to Programs on the main stageare
SAID ELECTION: Chairman, the Chairman has the East, AND the West Half (W calendar months from the dateof nual Florida Folk Festival on hear," says Miss Thelma scheduled at 10 a.m., 1:30:
Mrs 1/2)) of Lots Band 9 first publication of this Labor week-end with and 7:30 on Friday
Pursuant to Section 865.09 Mrs. Martaret Williams, right to warn the person once and the the Day Boltin, festival director. p.m. : p.m.
Florida Statutes, notice Is here. Eston Jordan, Mrs. Ruby and after this first warning, the North Half (IN 1/2)) of Lots 23 Notice. Each claim or demand visitors to the Stephen Foster The large tent will be set up mid Saturday, Aug. 30-31, and
that the undersignedEdwin Howell.IN contract !is considered broken if and 24, all In Section 12, must be In writing and filed in Memorial having an extra some 200 yards from the main at 10 a.m. Sunday, Sept. 1.
by given L. Hornsby and Faye C. TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I the error is not corrected in a Township 5 South, Range 22 duplicate, and must state the attraction offered in the formof stage,and will be on the site of Mini-Concerts will have the
1. Box 160 HERE UNTO SUBSCRIBE MY reasonable length of time. In East of WOODLAWN accordingto place of residence and post mini-concerts which will be the soon-to-be-built amphi- same hours, except they will
Starke Hornsby.I Morida Route 32091 doing, NAME AND CAUSE THE SEAL such case, the contract will be map or plat thereof recordedin office address of the claimant presented daily by dozens of theatre between the Foster not be held at night.

business, under the firm name of OF THE TOWN TO BE HERE remade with the next bidder in Plat Book 1, Page 17 (formerly and be sworn to be the claimant, the Festival's star per- Museum and the Suwannee
COLBV ENTERPRISES", UNTO AFFIXED THIS 6th DAY line. Plat Book 1, Page 1)) public his agent or attorney, or It will formers. River, not far from the Foster

Route 1 Box 160, Starke, OF AUGUST 1974 A. D. 5. The City of Hampton records of Bradford County, become void according to law. "Because crowding around Tower and the boat landing.
Bradford, County, Florida, reserves the right to reject any or Florida AND Lots 27, 28 and 56, DATED this 13th day of the outdoor stage and the "Our artists will be doing
32091, Intends to register said Neil L. Tucker, Mayor all bids. all in Section 13, Township 5 August, A. D., 1974. crafts area has sometimesbeen double duty, but folk fans will FLORIDATHEATRE
Attest Merrill Edwards South, Range 22 East of a problem in past wonderful
fictitious name under the provisions : Bids may be turned in to the years have a close-up
of aforesaid statute. City Clerk City Clerk no later than Sept. 2, WOODLAWN, according to O. J. UNDERHILLBy the mini-concerts have been opportunity to see and hear
Edwin L. Hornsby and Faye C. 8/8 4t 829IN 1974. These bids must not have map or plat thereof recorded in : Ray D. Helpling scheduled morning and after- some of their favorites in

Hornsby, sole owners. the name of the bidder on them. Rat Book 1, Page 17 (formerly Attorney for Administrator noon as a means of dividing these bonus performances,"

Dated this 1st day of August, The Clerk will assign a numberto Rat Book 1, Page 1) public SCRUGGS, CARMICHAEL, .

A. D. 1974 at Starke, Ronda. THE CIRCUIT COURT OF the plain envelope they will be records of Bradford County, LONG, TOMLINSON, ROS- Fri. & Sat.
8/1 4t 822IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- sealed in and the bids will, be Florida AND Lot 39 in Section
CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR opened at the next City Council 14,Township 5 South, Range 22 COW, PRIDGEON & LANGDON 301 DRIVEINFri. COLUMBIA PICTURES PflMntl
East of WOODLAWN, according -
BRADFORD COUNTY. meeting in Sept. CHARLES H.SMEEfl Production! '
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF CASE NO.74203In to map or plat thereof Post Office Drawer "C"

THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Shirley Forsyth, recorded in Plat Book 1, Page 17 Gainesville, Florida 32601

IN AND FOR BRADFORD Re: The Marriage of ED- City Clerk (formerly Plat Book 1, Page 1)) 8/22 2t 8/29/ & Sat

COUNTY FLORIDAIn WARD MANN TUCKER, JR., 8/22 2t 8/29 public records of Bradford
Petitioner, and DONNA W. County, Florida; SUBJECT,

re: The Marriage of S. BRUCE TUCKER, Respondent. HOWEVER, to public roads, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT THERE'S NOTN1N' THEY WON'T TRY!!
JARVIS, Petitioner, and MARIE The City of Hampton is now utility easements and that EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF n SS1qM

JARVIS, Respondent. NOTICE OF SUIT accepting bids for their certain easement for ingress and FLORIDA IN AND FOR
Sanitation Contract which will egress recorded In Official BRADFORD COUNTY.

NOTICE OF ACTION To: DONNA W. TUCKER run from Oct. 1974 Oct. 75. Record Book 119, Pages 52.55, IN PROBATEIN
The following stipulations were public records of Bradford
ToMARIE: JARVIS YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat x e'
2037 E. Baltimore St an action for dissolution of attached to the contract by the County, Florida. RE: Estate of JAMES E. i

Baltimore, Maryland marriage has been filed againstyou Sanitation Committee: HUDDLESTON, Deceased.

(Last Known Address) and you are required to AND
serve a copy of your written 1. Garbage must be picked up NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a defenses, if any to it on once per week on the day set up Begin at the intersection of all creditors and all persons G
of by the Sanitation Committeeand the of line of having claims or demands (
Petition for Dissolution RICHARD E. WELTY Attorneyfor easterly right way {MIMII4 PiCIU llj.DIVIW*Of COtUMIIA KtVHI KWHWt iNt
Marriage has been filed againstyou Petitioner, whose address is the person whose bid is Seaboard Coast Une Railroadand against said estate.

in the above named Court, 114 N. Walnut Street, P. O. Box accepted. In case of rain, the the Northerly right of way You, and each of you, are I'liis"Ilercrthes
and you are required to serve a 995, Starke Florida 32091, and garbage can be picked up on the line of Lawtey and MiddleburgRoad hereby notified and required to IJllliY) I iVIUny IIU'ZV: 1.1lIIIYIPG \

copy of your answer or pleadingto file the original with the Clerk of next working day. and run Easterly along said present any claims and demands

the Petition on the the above.styled Court on or 2. Only garbage in bags will Northerly right of way line 179 which you, or either of you may 1t COLOR BY DE LUXE" in
Petitioner's Attorney, CAROL before September 2, 1974, be picked up. These bags must feet thence run North and have against the estate of JamesE.

WILD SCOTT 11 West University otherwise a judgment may be be set in the driveway or some parallel with aforesaid Easterly Huddleston, deceased, to the The Haunted
\ Avenue, Gainesville, Florida entered against you for the relief other convenient place near the right of way line a distance of Judge of the said Court in the
:32601 and file the original demanded in the Petition. roadway. All leaves to be pickedup 100 feet, thence run Westerlyand Courthouse at Starke Bradford Plus"Tile

tinswer or pleading in the officeof hand and the must also be in bags. parallel with aforesaid County, Florida, within four World"
WITNESS
the Clerk of the Circuit Courtin my 3. Trash (limbs, old tires, Northerly right of way line 179 months from the date of the first
the 30th
and for Bradford County, seal of said Court 1974. on leaves, etc.) will be picked up by feet, thence run South along publication of this notice. Hot Rock"
of July,
I lorida. on or before September lay GILBERT S. BROWNAs the bidder at the disgression of Easterly right of way line a Each claim or demand must Sun Mon & TueSTREISAND
4. 1974 Clerk of Said Court the bidder and the Chairman of distance of 100 feet to point of be in writing and must state the ,

If you fail to do so. judgmentby M. the Sanitation Committee. beginning, also being the place of residence and post-
Beulah Moody
defdult will/ Iw takun againstyou By: Deputy Clerk 4. Only trash piled by the side Westerly 179 feet of Lot 7, Townof office address of the claimantand Sun. & Mon.maRK .
for the relief demanded in of the road will be picked up. Lawtey East of Railroad must be sworn to by the
8/22 ..
41
8/1 t'T"
tlw Fi.tition. 5. If the job is not completedto according to map or plat thereofin claimant his agent, or his attorney .

WITNESS my hdnd and seal the satisfaction of the Plat Book 1, Page 6, all in or it will become void ..., --

this. 2:)'h day of July, 1974 Sanitation Chairman, the Section 23, Township 5 South, according to law. mail -r4 r,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Chairman has the right to warn Range 22 East. Each creditor shall deliver ..;:.. ........... rt-
GILBERT. BROWN FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL the person once and after this sufficient copies of his claim to COLOR

Clerk CIRCUIT IN AND FOR first warning, the contract is has been filed against you and enable the Court to mail one to OF '*-tJiy 1 4

By BuuldhM Moody BRADFORD COUNTY. considered broken if the error is you are required to serve a copyof each personal representative.

Deputy Clerk not corrected in a reasonable your written defenses if any, Dated, A. D. 1974. tJiyoeviL :IZICNIIDRFN......_UNO"'......If..ROMI"IO_....
1 1011 ti 22 CIVIL ACTION length of time. In such case, the to it on EUGENE F. SHAW, : i
CASE NO. contract will be remade with the Plaintiff's Attorney, whose June H.ThomasAs
In ru Annulment of Marriage of next bidder in line. address is Post Office Box 1086, Administratrix of the
,iN, I HIE. CIRCUIT COURT JOYCE: ATKINSON STOKESd 6. The City of Hampton Starke Florida, 32091, on or Estate of James E. Huddleston
> ( .IIUI JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
k d JOYCE HECKLER, and reserves the right to reject any or before September 23, 1974, and Deceased
i, I IW.DIURD'iiKIDA) COUNTY.IN AND FOR RALPH CURTIS HECKLER. all bids. file the original with the Clerk of 8/224t 912IN a REDFORD

Respondent. Bids may be turned in to the this Court either before serviceon

CIVIL ACT ION City Oerk no later than Sept. 2, Plaintiff's attorney or immediately THE CIRCUi. COURT OF TOGETHER!
NOTICE OF SUIT 1974. These bids must not have thereafter; otherwisea THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- HALLMARK
the name of the bidder on them. default will be entered againstyou RELEASING CORP. prwnti"DON'T
CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR THE
MiSt\ MARIE BALES 1 Plaintiff!
To RALPH CURTIS HECKLER
The Clerk will assign a numberto for the relief demanded in BRADFORD COUNTY CASE
HOUIH1 I. BATES.NOIICbOf .
vs I.. '111111 Address Unknown the plain envelope they will be the complaint. NO. 74-216 WAY
sealed in and the bids will be WITNESS my hand and the

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a opened at the next City Council seal of this Court on this 19th IN RE: The Marriage of LOOK BASEMENT" WE
SUIT
Petition. for Annulment has been meeting Sept. 3. day of August, 1974.GILBERTS.. RONALD D. CRAWFORD, T E WERECOLUMBIA
l I" H<>l h'rt I. Bates, filed and are
against you you
AtklrubS "UNKNOWN" Petitioner and DOROTHY RITA ...THE DAY THE INSANE TOOK OVER THE ASYLUM!
tequired to serve a copy of your Shirley Forsyth, BROWN CRAWFORD, Respondent. PICTURES...,PASTAS HODUCTlOHS! M?.I IARAYSTARRSYDNEY
Answur or Pleading, to the City Oerk CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT ;: [R r uNwn PlJU.\CK Narrow :
YUUARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Petition on the Petitioner's
8/22 2t 829NOTICE
NOTICE OF SUIT
Ihrfl .In tiction for Divorce has Attorney GEORGE H. PIERCE COURTIN AND FOR BRADFORD
Ijoen filed against you /and you P. O. Drawer 1030 Starke, COUNTY ,
Ire required to servo iI i copy of Florida 32091. and file the OF ELECTION Dorothy: Rita Crawfordco = 5-:
Beulah M.
By: Moody
voni written defenses, if tiny to original Answer or Pleading in Be it known that I, DorothyW. Jackie Gagnon

it,, on I ho pldintiff attorney, the office of the Clerk of the Lir, Glisson, Secretary of Stateof 8/22/ 4t 9/12 Deputy Clerk 41 Brook Street Good Counties Don't Just
wliusu. ininic, ,11 K) address is CUlt Court, on or before August the State of Florida do here Lawrence, Massachusetts

I km Cx-orge H. Pierce. P. O. 26, 1974. If you fail to do so, by give notice that a GENERAL 08144
Box 1U30. Sl.irke, Florida, and judgment by default will be ELECTION will be held in
die tho oriyiii.il"" with\ the clerk of taken against you for the relief Bradford County, State of CALL FOR BIDS YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Are
I the iibove stylud court on or demanded in the Petition. Florida, on Tuesday next Sealed bids will/ be receivedby an action for dissolution of Happen They PlannedELECT
hclora 3 1974. the first in marriage has been filed against
September This notice shall be publishedonce succeeding Monday the City Commission of the
otherwise be November, A. D., 1974 the said you and you are required to
i luikjemnnl may each week for four close City of Starke, Florida at the City
, mured against you for the relief cutive weeks in the Bradford Tuesday being the FIFTH day of Hall in Starke, Florida until 7:00: serve a copy of your written
NOVEMBER fill the defenses, if any, to it on
demanded in the complaint or County Telegraph. to following
on Tuesday September 3,
p.m
RICHARD E. WELTY, Attorneyfor
E' W.HODGES
i tition, Dated: July 26 1974. offices: .
1974, at which time and place all
whose address is
Petitioner,
WITNESS hand and the
sudl if said Court my on July 29 United States Senator bids received will be publicly 114 N. Walnut Street P. O. Box
! ( Gilbert S. Brown Clerk
and read aloud
19/4 By: Beulah M. Moody Representative in Congressfor opened on the 995, Starke, Florida, 32091, and t.
Deputy Clerk the 2 Congressional DIstrict following: file the original with the Oerk of 4IhI.uI1YOUR
Scrap iron and other materials
Gilbert, S. BrownAs 8/1 4t 8/22/ Governor and Lieutenant the above-styled Court on or
including three ((3)) junked
Clerk of said Court Governor before September 23, 1974,
trucks.
By: Beulah M. MoodyAs Secretary of State PUT THIS BID otherwise a judgment may be
Deputy Clerk Attorney General entered against you for the relief
IN ONE PRICE
demanded in the Petition.
IiB4t829 ComptrollerState ,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF ,
-
WITNESS hand and the
Treasurer my
FLORIDA, EIGHTH JUDICIAL Also one GMC 1954 Bantam
seal of said Court on the 18th
Commissioner of Education
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO BRADFORD COUNTY.IN Commissioner of Agriculture' Dragline IN SEPARATEBID day of August, 1974.GILBERTS.. County Commissioner

REGISTER Two ((2)) Commissioners, Flo-
FICTITIOUS NAME PROBATE CASE No. rida Public Service Commission PRICE BROWNAS
State Senators for the CLERIC OF SAID COURTBy DISTRICT 4 j
May be seen at City Garage on Beulah M. Moody
Pursuant to Section 865.09 following Senatorial District 6 :
In re: The Estate of CLARA : West Washington Street.
Florida Statutes, notice is BELL RIDDELL, deceased. Member of the State House of Deputy Oerk
The said city reserves the rightto
hereby that the undersigned 8/22 4t 912Fishing
given Representatives for the
accept or reject any or all And He Will/ Our
F. G. Mueller, P. O. NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll following: bids. Help I
Box 1255, Starke Florida
House District 25.
creditors of the estate of Ir
32091.doing business under the CLARA BELL RIDDELL, Board of County Com- Club
City CommissionCity
firm name of ALLIGATOR deceased, are hereby notified missioners, Districts 2, 4. of Starke, Florida County Plan For The "'.
CREEK RANCH" U. S. 301 Members of the School .
and file
required to any claims or
By: Merrill Edwards 4r4
South Starke. Bradford demands which they may have Board, Districts 1, 2. 5. City Clerk Rules Discussed ..;i
County Florida, 32091, intendsto In Testimony Whereof I have
said ,
against estate in the officeof 1t 8/22 Future t.: ,
register said fictitious name the Circuit Judge of Bradford hereunto set my hand and affixed TALLAHASSEE-Does the t"tft

under the provisions of aforesaid County, Florida, in the Court the Great Seal of the Stateof popular sport of TournamentBass I .,, ...
statute. house at Starke, Florida within Florida at Tallahassee, the Fishing in Florida
Fred Mueller, sole owner. Capital, this the Nineteenth Dayof SALE BY SEALED BIDS
four
((4)) calendar months from require state regulations, andif
Dated this August 7, 1974 at the date of the first publicationof August, A. D., 1974.DOROTHY missioners The Board of of Bradford County Com so, by whom and how much, LOCAL BUSINESSMAN TAXPAYER
Starke, Florida. Countywill
this Notice. Each claim or were some of the topics
8/8 4tp 8/29 demand must be in writing and W. GLISSON receive sealed bids to be worked over during a recent
must state the place of residenceand SECRETARY OF STATE opened on September 6, 1974 at meeting between represen- OWNER STARKE PAINT CENTER
8/22 4t 912IN 10:00: A.M. for the following:
postoffice address of the tatives of several bass fishing
1 Metal
Scrap
I, NEIL TUCKER. MAYOR OF claimant and must be sworn to 2 Used Vehicles organizations, the Game and BORN IN! BRADFORD COUNTY, 44> YEARS OF AGE.
by the claimant his agent, or his Fresh Water Fish Commission
THE CITY OF STARKE, THE CIRCUIT COURT OF These items may be seen and
FLORIDA BY VIRTUE OF THE attorney or it will become void THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- also the bids will be opened at and Ray Scott, GRADUATE BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL
law. founder of the Bass
AUTHORITY VESTED IN ME according to AnglersSportsman's
CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR the Bradford County Main.
BY LAW, DO HEREBY CALL A July 31, 1974. Society ,
BRADFORD COUNTY. CASE North
tenance Shop on Grand
the MARRIED FATHER OF 3 CHILDREN
FIRST PRIMARY ELECTION TO NO. Street in Starke. Bids will be acknowledged by many as ,
AT FIRE Lawrence Batten Jr, Father of present day tour
BE HELD THE
accepted
STATION, IN THE FORESAID Administrator of the Estate of JAMES HAROLD EUNICE ANDJ. also the Board on one reserves or all the items rightto nament bass fishing I ACTIVE MEMBER FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH,

CITY BY QUALIFIED VOTERSON Clara Bell Riddell, deceased S. EUNICE, JR.. Plaintiffs, reject any or all bids. Bill Woods, chief of STARKE
8/154t 9/5
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER vs. ALBERT EDWARD LANE, Fisheries for the Commission

10, 1974 A. 0., FOR THE Defendant. Gilbert S. Brown, chaired the meeting whichwas MEMBER BRADFORD COUNTY HOSPITAL
PURPOSE OF ELECTING THE The City of Hampton is now Oerk to Board aimed at determininghow
FOLLOWING OFFICERS: accepting bids for their Mowing NOTICE OF ACTION 8/22 2t 8/29 best to provide adequate BOARD AND AMERICAN LEGIONE.

Contract which will run from recreation for both the bass

GROUP 1 Oct. 74 Oct. 75. The following ToSP4: Albert Edward Lane IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF tournament angler and the
One Commissioner Two Years stipulations were attached to the 263 B6 2381ABTRY FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL general fisherman

GROUP 3 contract by the Street Committee 1/81 Fa CIRCUIT IN AND FOR _
One Commissioner Two Years : A.P.O. New York 09035 BRADFORD COUNTY. r...,. W. Hodges is a Man of Proven Interestin

GROUP 5 1. All City-owned dght-of- YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an Case No. 74188CPIN

One Commissioner Two Years way must be mowed, includingthe action to enforce a lien on the the Progress of Bradford
cemetery, which is to be following property in Bradford RE: The Estate of LEA M.
INSPECTORS FOR mowed twice a month. County Florida: LAPORTE UNDERHILL. If.Jj.do-

SAID ELECTION: 2. The person whose bid is Lots 3 through 10, Lots 29, 31, Deceased. ' accepted will be paid per roundof 33 and 34, Lots 39 through 49 '\
Leona Mathews Inspector mowing rather than once per and Lots 56 through 60, all in NOTICE CREDITORSALL And with Proven Ability to get the

Para F.Colson Inspector month as in the past. Section 11, Township 5 South, CREDITORS of LEA M.

Peggy Shaller Inspector 3. Mowing will be done only Range 22 East of WOOOLAWN LAPORTE UNDERHILL who Nature, it seems, is the Job Done.
Mrs.J. C. Dukes Inspector on orders from the Chairman of according to plat or map thereof died on April 30, 1974 while a popular name for milliards
Louise W. Tenley Inspector the Street Committee. It must recorded in Plat Book 1, Page resident of Bradford County, and milliards and milliardsof

Barbara Valinski Inspector be done in the time set by the 17, (formerly Plat Book 1. Page Florida are notified that they are particles playing their (Political
Kenneth M. Struth Inspector Chairman at such times as he II) public records of Bradford required to file any claims or infinite game of billiards and Advertisement Paid For by H .W. Hodges; )

Irma Buford Inspector thinks the gras needs cutting. County. Florida..AND the West demands that they may have billiards and billiards.

Ms. L.N. PICkering Inspector 4. If the Job is not completed Half....of the Northeast Quarter of against her estate in the Circuit _pl.r M.ln, Grookt I DoublxKy




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Buying $ $ HOUSE
FOR SALE: 15' 6" Carlson Ski I WILL BABY SIT In my home. PAINTING INTERIOR & Your
Boat, 100 H.P. EXTERIOR: Good work for a $ SAVES"FRED Well! DrillingFast
t'i.AssiKiri; > ADiimsIM'iitlliiii' : Mercury Any shift Mon Fri. Between fair price Free
estimates. Call
Motor. Blue with Metallic Real Estate
Lawtey Starke, Phone 964- .
473 4309.
Ga. 1tp 8/22 Rotary
ATLANTA Do
you l lor I""I'UIIII flake, complete rig. Dannie 6915. Itchg 8/22 DAVIS
-
meat according to its - -- Broker
cost
buy
rn'hri.) Stewart 9648373. Itp 8/22
:Neon;. -- --- --- ---- Drilling EquipmentFor
Is the preceding| GMC TRUCKS
pound? price sticker /!
per I'hur.ri I , ------------
'10.
your only meat buying consideration 1l bli! iiblifuliim. FREE TO GOOD HOME: Large Buy Sell- Trade- BUICK PONTIAC"A -
lull ll
? 111\1'' .. ,VIIII:! FOR SALE: Appaloosa GD., 8 female Collie dog. Has been t FOR RENT l LITTLE RIDE CAN 6" WellsCall
Thru
If it is, be '"l" Gentle AppraisalsCALL SAVE YOU A 2"
you may over- Ktii: li Muni. yrs. Pleasure horse spayed. Mrs. Walter Martin. LOT" TF
looking some better selection ""i I 15lltrvnN ; $300. Call 533.2825 : SPRINGS-
after 5 301 North Itp 8/22 BILL POWELL GREEN COVE Us For
criteria-namely, how much p.m. 8/152tchg _
8/22 REAL ESTATE
--- ------
Your Water System Needs
FOR RENT: Two 2-bedroom
get for the -----
you your money, 1It ------ 964-6464
eating quality of the meat and n.issiliiMl.K. ,mst, I hI'llalll OPENING September 2nd, mobile homes. Also lots.

how much work you have to lu\, I.in- )In advance(| ,lnU.ss N,?, TV Color picture tubes only $79 Academic Kindergarten. Ages Prefer married couples. 964- ASSOCIATES: Sewing Machine SB47OE1Durranco(

into its preparation and in eelabli.hed| -ioiiiil; plus labor, Dahmors Discount 21/2-5. Call Lu Sanders to( 6365. 1tp 8/22

put cooking. Because all of these \\lIh ;.lie I'elrgr.lph' |\ (111 Ihat1'111 tfchg. register. Phone 9648404. -- - -- -- Ralph Bryan RepairAll Pump

factors enter into making a "I..\.. i::-u M.UK extra charge, ,, - - Itchg 822BILL'S FOR RENT: Furnished 1 964-6208 makes cleaned, oiled and Supply
r. 'lit irxpon.thlr| IUI'( --- --------
satisfying meat purchase, (.rill. \\1"11! ,,!h ,. bedroom apt. Prefer bachelor adjusted, $7. All work Developers Of
? ho
smart shoppers buy meat "".. over | WATSON'SHOUSEOFVACUUMS Home Remodeling or woman. No pets. 570 W. Bob Milner guaranteed. James
ur i "hull is Under Ground
according to its cost per | not Service Call Phone 964-5884, Mrs. E. Strickland, Morgan Road and Water
p'd| .mil,, I 6, electrical, plumbingand
: .nnht to the uflice.
serving U S. Department of carpentry. Fast service. If J. Dowling Itchg 8/22 9646026Acreage SR-16. Ph. 964-8733 or 782- 864 N. Temple Ave.

Agriculture (USDA) quality it's In the home do Call --- --------- 3189. Also scissors sharpened -
Many brands of new -vacuums we it. Starke Fla.
grade and how" they intend to 1 to 100 $1.00. tfchg
964 8087. 8/22
1tp
$39.00 up. Used machines FOR RENT: 2 bedroom block Sales & Service TFN
It.Since Alachua
cook Bradford &
- -------
the majority of the red from $10. Expert Repairs all home furnished. No pets, on

most makes. Parts and Accessoriesfor LICENSED DAY CARE: Home, Griffis Loop. Phone 9645690. NEW 3 BR 2 Bath Central
:
meat consumers buy is
r
beef USDA's Agricultural FOR SALE J all vacuums. Built in fenced yard, clean surround- 1tp 8/22 Heat and Air, Carpet, on --------

ings. Meals provided. For -- --------- Wooded, high-dry acre lot,
Marketing Service (AIMS) ___ central vacuum cleaning Cosh ft Corry TiresI
toddlers up. 964-8464. lip butside city. Two to choose
how systems. 712 N Main
offers some tips on you HOUSE FOR RENT: School 2698
the most for beef Gainesville 3767110. 8/22 from. 412 E. CALL
can get your FOR SALE: Two heaters. teacher's special. 2 bedroom
gas --- --- -----
-- -- - -
buying dollar. One $35 and one $25. 518 N. furnished house on Kingsley 3 BEDROOM 2 bath C. B. TIRES

Different beef cuts have different Water St 964 8162. Itp 8/22 JOB WANTED: Mature woman Lake. Will rent from Labor with Heat and Air Carpet PLUS TAX & TAG

percentages of fat and -_ wants full or part-time office Day to June 1st. $125 per beautiful lot in Starke. 15 x 30 FRONT END
-
bone so each one doesn't nec- t WANTED j work,typing expr. Phone 473- month. Call 533-2208. After 5 family room with fire plac& &

essarily give you the same FOR SALE: 1 wringer washer 2352. tip 8/22 p.m. 8/22 2tchg 8/29

number servings per pound. electric fencer. 2 new window -- --------- ----- ----- Nice 3 BR, 1 Bath CB in Ex. BRAKE SERVICE .

Snuff|, tits \\II iiiglu-r costs! screens 30 x 613/4.333/4k CUSTOM HAY cellent Location 964.5800
BALING: By FOR RENT: Mobile home
59, 1
per pound also give you more aluminum walker. 1013 WANTED: Old junk cars and bale or on percentage. Phone Minutes west of QUALITY TIRES &
Butler Rd. Itp 8/22 spaces. Beautiful Building and mobile -
servings per pound making
scrap iron. Call Jr. Reames. 7823715. 8/22 4tp 9/12
Starke. $35 Month You
pay inside and outside SERVICE FOR LESS
-
lots
their costs per serving more -- -- --- 964-7730 or 9648477. 8/15 - -- ------ all home

comparable to those of the FOR SALE: 39 inch Electric 3tp 829WANTED electricity.9645606. Skirting city. TFN
required. tfchg.
lower priced cuts. Since the MOBILE HOME MOVING. Also _
Range, good condition. 207N. ---------- -- ------ -
--- --------
cost per serving isn't listed on Church St. Phone 964- mobile home hurricane anchoring Want to have one built? We

the label however you may 6602. 1tp 8/22 Used furniture. and mobile home roof FOR RENT: Two mobile homeson can help you there also.

not have considered this. But -- -- -- ---- refrigerators washers Dah- coating. Olin's MOBILE Home Griffis Loop. Call 9648816. JIMMY MOORE'S

you should because it's amore mer'siDiscount House. tfchg Service. 964-5606, Rt. 100 W. lip 8/22 CHECK WITH US Sun PDIRS BuQ.

accurate guide to how FOR SALE: 1 all state truck tire -- -- - - Starke, Fla. tfchg --- -- ---- WE MAY HAVE WHAT SportsMORE
much will for 700 x 16 and tube like R. YOU WANT
get new.
you your BOAT
- - FOR .
FOR RENT Nice furnished
WANTED: Mature lady to live :
.x H. Grider. 600 HELP YOU
> MIMl I gcrrd'.t\ > South West LET US YOURMONEY TF
moreland St Itp 8/22 in, keep house, drive car. Call LOSE WEIGHT safely and fast apartment. No pets. Phone BUY, SEL'l.., TRADE I

-- --- -- 4734982. James S. Meir- with X-11 Diet Plan 300. 9646947. Itp 8/22 STARKE PH 964-5791 376 4551
--- -
wether. 8/22 -- --- -- ----
1tp REDUCE Excess Fluids with 13ih St
To compute the cost per FOR SALE: 357 Magnum 4222 NW
-- -- --- X-Pal $3.00 Koch COMPLETE OUTBOARD &
serving of any cut you need to revolver. Also 12 Ga. Mag. Drug. 8/8 FOR RENT: Unfurnished 3 BR FOB SALE: All sizes of Gainesville

know about how many ser Shotgun, ventilated rib, 5tp 915WINTERS concrete house In Saratoga masking tape. The Office STERN DRIVE SERVICE

vings you'll get from pound pump, both like new. Ask at P" - ----- Heights. Available Sept. 1. Shop. AND REPAIR

of each different retail cut. Bush's Tackle Shop one block Motorcycleso. SCHOOL OF $125 mo. No children. First COMPLETE FIBERGLASS

Here's the approximate off 301 on Edwards Road. DANCE: Will resume classes and last month plus $100 REPAIR PumpsNew

number of 3-ounce servings 1tchg :3/22 !o... Sept. 9. Phone 9647098. Registration Security. Call now 378-2405 til CUSTOM BUILT FIBER

you'll get from an average 6 p.m. No collect calls. tfchg. GLASS'FISHING' BOATS
23 between 4
-- -- --- 22 &
pound of these following cuts -- ----- ---- R. T. Lovorn Realty And UsedSALES
FOR SALE: Winchester CYCLE CENTER, 207 p.m. and 6pm. 396 N.
of beef (information from the Automatic 12 Cherry. Dorothy Salazar FOR RENT FREEI Two monthsrent
gauge shot gun. N. Temple Ave. Ph. 964-6020, : 473-3254
National Livestock and .:Meat Good condition $100. Antique Your authorized HODAKA instructor. Acro, tap, ballet & on yearly lease Mobile 473.4692 PARTS

Board). dining table best offer. dealer tfchg. modern. 8/15 3tp 8/29 Home Lots. Pick your lot. DavidsonMobile SERVICE

Two servings per pound: Phone 9647895. 1tp 8/22 - - -- From $25 monthly. Bradford
-- - - Crystal Lake
porterhouse steaks T-bone Park at Bradford Motel. 8/1 Home ParkIn DEEP a SHALLOW WELLS
-- --- ----
steaks top loin (club) steaks Residential HomesitesWith
rib steaks and roasts chuck FOR SALE: 1966 Barracuda, 5tchg 8/29 Lake Access City Limits Plumbing Supplies
-- - --- ----
steaks and blade chuck and rebuilt engine and trans I t HElP WANTEDWANTED J From $1,800 Average

arm chuck roasts. mission. Radio, heater, power MISCELLANEOUS FOR RENT 12' wide mobile 100 x185Same $30 Per Mo. EXPERT SERVICEON

steering. Automatic, and air.
Two and a half servings per homes outside city limits. J.B.
S600. 9648750. 1tp 8/22 --- Walk To New ALL MAKES
pound: sirloin steaks and White. Ph. 9646114. If no
-- -- ---
-
boneless chuck roasts. : Lady to work in answer call 964-8775. tfchg. Area Shopping Center PHONE 9647061Durrance

Three servings per pound: FOR SALE: Wurlitzer REDUCE safe & fast with -- - -
organ office, some typing. Prefer Large Cape Cod City Gas, Water & Sewer
rib eye steaks and roasts ten $200 down take GoEese Tablets &
up E-Vap over 30 years old. Reply to A,
derloin (filet mignon) steaks payments. Call 964-7424. FOR RENT: Two Air Con- 4 BR 2 Bath
lip "water pills" Andrews Drawer A, Starke, Fla. tfchg On 301 South
ditioned 1'/a Story
round flank 8/22 cottages on Kingsley
steaks steaks
Fharmacy, 356 W. Madison, PUMP a SUPPLY CO.
- - -- -
sirloin' tip roasts boneless -- --- ----- -- Starke. 8/15 5tp 9/12 Lake. Phone after 6 p.m. 533- Closed Garage Jolu Motel
2366. tfchg.HOUSES. $35.000 864N. TEMPLE AVE.
rump roasts and boneless COOK WANTED: 6 days
FOR SALE --- ---- --- per
: Registered Angus Lot Size 200 x 185
briskets. - ---- -
cows. Heifers and bull calves.J. week. Off on Sunday. Applyin 964-8810

Four servings per pound: B. White. Ph. 964-6114 SAWS SHARPENED, work person. Garden Restaurant. -....
ground beef stewing beef 964-8775 tfchg or guaranteed. Call 964-7509 or 8/152tchg 8/22 ----

cubed steak and liver. Jackson BootsBootsBootsJustin
leave at Building ---- - --- FOR SALE
--- ----- --
New HomesMid.Twenties
Divide the approximatenumber Supply, Starke or Keystone
of servings per pound FOR SALE: 1973 Chevy LUV tfchg HELP WANTED: MaintenanceMan t... ....

into the cost per pound andyJu'lI Truck Excellent Condition. Heights. mature. Must have With Lake Access SpecialNew & Wrangler
- -
get the cost per 3-ounce $1950. Call 468-1835. Itp 8/22 some exp. Apply in person Near KH School

serving for that cut. -- --- ------- FREE PUPPIES: 5 weeks old. Holiday Inn, 301 North. Mrs. UNITED FARM AGENCY. INC Finances Arranged Doublewide Leather Belts

Buying according to the cost FOR SALE: 1964 Dodge P.S., Call 4681310. Waldo. lip Nugent or Mr. Glover. Itchg Reg. Real Estate Broker To Size 56
3 Br 1 &/. Bath
A.C. 8/22 8/22 Paul Faulkner
per serving makes sense. That Automatic, inspected, Broker

way you do not buy solely by a good tires, dependable, 964- ---- ---- -- --- -------- Irene Faulkner Assoc. LOW DOWN PAYMENT Only $6995Your Western Shirts

cut's price per pound, but 7822, after 4 p.m. $250 Firm. Robert Faulkner Assoc. New masonry homes, 3

rather by how much you get Itp 8/22 Louise McRae Assoc. bedroom, 2 bath, central heat Indian Moccasins
from it. ---------- --
and air, wall to wall carpets.
In the same respect, buying FOR SALE: 6 by 9 linoleum 2305 N. Temple Ave. Doublewide

according to the USDA quality $3.50, 9 by 12 $5.98, 12 by 12 Starke, Fla. 964-5065 28 acre farm, good house, barn, Specialists CARRADINE1SLEATHER

grade also makes sense. If the $11.95 and 12 by 15 $14.94 pecan trees, fenced and cross SHOP

meat you buy bears a USDA up. DAHMERS DISCOUNT 902 SOU1H STARKE. WANT TO SELL OR BUY fenced, pasture, on paved road "G"
'd'" Big
IMcDon REAL ESTATE?
quality grade shield you can tfchg WALNUT SL FLORIDA Hampton area. Phone 782.3400
be assured of its eating ,S

quality--meaning its tenderness - - Call Us For Best Prices 5 acre tracts, on paved road Mobile Homes Lawtey, Florida

juiciness and flavor. FOR SALE: Epiphone Guitars Prospects Waiting< tfchq north of Starke. Hwy 90 E. Lake City, Fla. 32058

'"or a specific cut-sirloin made in Japan by Gibson now McDonald's
NOW
HIRINGImmediate
steaks tor example-you can at Dahmers DIscount. tfchg. aa Nice waterfront home. 752.3201 7 24. 10, 17
the following dif- 440 Acres (portions cleared) TF
expect - - -
ferences the top three price $1100.00 per acre, liberal FRED SACKETT-REALTOR
among all shifts for full and
FOR SALE: Beautiful fingertip openings on part terms.
205 N. (US-301)
USDA quality grades: Temple ) ,
bridal veil with tiera headpiece time help Male and Female Apply In ii in ii iiL iiLI HLMU i M pii|
USDA Prime beef offers you person -- - 964-6522

the ultimate in tenderness, dotted with tiny seed pearls. Monday through Friday between the hours of 10 20 acre tract, with well, It. Pole, Nite 468-1753 LonChampHome

juiciness and flavor. It has Used once. Good as new. AM and 3 PM at 802 South Walnut St. In Starke.W and septic tank for quick sale, HOCAKASell's
Phone 4732210.
of $35. $23.000.00. and
abundant marbling-flecks will train you.
-- -- -
fat within the lean-which - Materials

enhances the flavor and juici 3 BR, 1 Bath, Masonry, 3 A. For Sale More [Building ]

ness. It is the highest grade FOR SALE: 75 HP Chrysler An Equal Opportunity Employer Cleared Paved Road, outside WE BUILD

.
engine, 16 ft boat and trailer.
City.
available and most of the
Good condition. Kids lost 4 Br. Frame YOUR PLANS OR OURS
- -
more desirable cuts of this Trail Bikes
interest. Must sell. 473.2210.tfchg. NEW HOMES: 3 BR, 2 Baths,
grade are sold to restaurants. 1 Mi Out Of City YOUR LOT OR OURS'
USDA Choice beef is very carpeted, Cen. H/A, some
tender juicy and flavorful. It -- - - PERMANENT.FACTORY appliances Garage or Carport, On 1 Acre With Trees Than Anyone FREE ESTIMATES.

has slightly less marblingthan FOR SALE: Baby Calves Dairy 'm City 23000.00 up; out of City REMODELING REPAIRS

Prime but is still of very and Dairy crossed $25 and up. with Paved St., 36000.00 up. Priced ForImmediate

Edwards, Jr., Ed- WANTED - ADDITIONS
high quality. Choice is the Maurice EMPLOYEES Sale Else In The
grade most commonly foundin wards Road Phone 9646096or Keystone Heights, Waterfront HOMES BOUGHT SOLD

supermarkets. 964 8510. 8/8 4tp 8/29/ Home with beautiful Grounds 964-7826 964.6593 TRADED

USDA Good beef often .- - -- Steady Year-round employmentNo $39,000.00. World !
[ ACREAGE FOR SALE
pleases thrifty shoppers be. -- - George Roberts

cause it is usually somewhatmore Property Management and 964-6853
shoulder and in the front -
in the
and Appraisals Solicited. Real Estate
lean than Prime
Experience Necessary Earn While You Learn.
and hind take longer to HWY. 301 S. STARKE TF
Choice. It is only slightly less legs heat. Overtime Available. Production Bonus Paid In Ad. Starke Florida .-.._.. _. -..
moist A.J.TIIOM
cook and require : VS. Realtor ------ "-'- .
tender than Choice but because dition To Regular Hourly Rate. Fringes Include Paid
the
from
The more tender cuts 1121 .N. UALM'TST..
it has less marbling it And Vacation. In
Holidays Addition, Company Paid
less used musclesin Tel. !9615162LILLIAN ( :!
lacks some of the juicinessand "suprort"back take Hospitalization and Major Medical.
flavor of the higher the I HODAKAI ? ALCOHOLICS
less time to cook and can be
grades. with heat.Here's Apply At Owen Joist Lincoln City Road 8:00: A.M.to We now have a Julltime appli- I SAliS

While all meat t is inspectedfor either cooked a list dry of the cooking 5:00 P.M. Monday Through Friday. C. PEARSONReal ance repairman for all your I stnvicr r,71 ANONYMOUS

wholesomeness by Estate repair needs.
for each beef
methods to use
USDA or state agencies not Pull line of Hod k4 ft Chaparral.
cut: 782.3806 Badcocks motorcycle alto' aura Go Cart. 964-5148
all of it is federally graded. Phone Call ,
Dry Heat: (broiling, roasting An Equal Opportunity EmployerOAKS and Mini-ftikM. panes accttftorla
beef soldin 944-5289 -
of and modaltSTARKE
About 85 per cent for all masse
8 A.M. 9 A.M.
panbroiling panfrying rover
supermarkets as steak and Crystal Lake Homesites
roast is graded. Grading is a charcoal) tenderloin with Lake Access CYCLE 12 MIDNIGHT 1 A.M.
steaks porterhouse steaks T-
service available to ,
voluntary bone steaks, top loin (club)
for fee. OAKS CENTER
the meat Industry a steaks rib steaks sirloin OAKS - BRASINGTONCADILLACOLDSMOBILE 964-7959
So if concerned about
you're ) steaks ribeye steaks sirloin 207 N. Temple a Stark 2P.Mf5P.M.
the quality of beef you buy, Small House on 1 acre
the tip roasts (In top grades only), SALES&SERVICE
look for cuts bearing 964-6020
USDA grade shield. rump roasts, rib roasts, and HUGE HOME SITES - Fine selection of Used Cars TF 13IP-9/28

much easier ground beef. Taken On Cadillac Trades
Some cuts are
and quicker to cook than Moist Heat: (braising Q Virgin unspoiled area off Highway 315 near Smith 0 10 Acres on SR 230 East 2001 N.W,13th 3185301GAINESVILL I

others. And If you're like mostof stewing liquid)pot round roasting steaks cookingin flank A & Hall Lakes in Clay County. A OLINS MOBILE HOME SALES

us, time is valuable, so - -
your steaks blade chuck steaks Roads, power, Top School Dlttrlcl Tnll.rt.. OK. K ;'\
you've got to spend it wisely. and roasts, arm chuck steaks K 15 v.or Financing by own '.unit or no bl.ck|.ck oak. HWY. 100 W. PH. W4-5604 ,., .
of time f1t .1
Consider the amount New HomesAcreageAvailable
Start MMO par pared, MJ INSURANCEAT 111
and roasts, stewing beef S p.r mo.
and have to into .dI
effort you put l< !
corned beef brisket short ribs LOW DOWN PAYMENT REDUCED RATES
cooking each cut properly. - -
and beef shanks. LARGE SELECTION OF PRE-OWNED: a
Generally beef cuts can be Decide how much time and CALL 1.378.2308 West Central Reality AUTO, FIRE BOAT
divided into two groups each DayEveningsand REPOSSESSED HOMES IN GOOD
effort you're willing to put into DOYLE E.CONNERINSURANCE
with different cooking re- Gainesville Fla. Weekendsfor CONDITION AT A REASONABLE PRICE
the cut then select
,
cooking
quirements. The less-tender OAKS OAKS OAKS your real estate needs AGENCY TFAugust22,1J7.I
the one best for you. TCHG
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7:30 Refreshments will
: p.m.
TALLAHASSEE -- A bill bers or identification marks misdemeanor. to a third My beloved wife, Senior you know that less than course was the proper an- sidered a direct method of be served.
which would establish a from personal property with degree felony Citizen Dorothy Kerrigan, half or the people in Bradfordand swer. 20 percent would call the accessing the system.
statewide criminal analysis intent to prevent identificationby SB '983 amends the law to died very peacefully Thursday Union counties would hospital. 17 percent would call In Bradford County direct
laboratory system was one of the true owner; 1113 2738(; exempt from Ihe term night, August 14, at 10:10: know the best thing to do in an their doctor. 5 percent would access can be obtained only by
22 bills out of the Senate creates the crime of intentionally "juvenile traffic offense" the p.m. May she "Rest in emergency? call the Police, the Sheriff or phoning the County Sheriff's PINE (mO\'CHURCH
Criminal Justice Committee, killing, maimingor use of a motor vehicle by a Peace." Dorothy was a A medical emergency, thatis the Highway Patrol. Another Office or the toll free Pine Grove Congregational
which cleared the 1974 disfiguring another per child to flee or attempt to staunch advocate for the : a severe heart attack, an member of the family would Emergency Medical Number. Methodist Church, Raiford.
Legislature. son's animal. elude a police officer, ', leavingthe elderly and poor, but in the accidental serious injury, a be called by 2 percent. 3 While the call to the Sunday School, 10 a.m ;
SB 284 creates state CS lor liB 15m: provides for scene of an accident involving past few years she became too broken or fractured limb, percent would seek the aid of a Hospital is not a direct access, Sunday morning service, 11
operated laboratories under the expunging of orficiall'II\II.t death or personal weak for any activity. But she perhaps anykind of a friend or neighbor 1 percent it is considered preferable to a a.m.; Sunday evening service,
records relating t ti> the arrestof injuries, driving while under! accident that would would call either Cecil Fieldor
the jurisdiction of the did encourage me to continuemy mishap or call to a physician. Such calls 7:30: p.m.Prayer.
Department of Law Enforcement iI i person not previously the influence oi alcohol, drugsor work. require the immediate at- the Red Cross. Finally 3 are often "deadly" and a meeting and Bible
; existing convicted of a crime or or- other stimulants and 1 use of My sincere thanks to Norma tention of expert medical percent said they simply major effort must be made to study Thursday evening 7:30:
laboratories in Brovvard "111I.ll1ee'iolation., upon a motor vehicle in violation of Thompson, Barbara Reardon, response to save life or limb. wouldn't know what to do in an change the attitude held by p.m.
Dade. Palm Beach St. Uieie motion\ alter acquittal or federal law. Mrs. Kedfearn, and Mrs. M.F. 51 of every 100 citizens are emergency.In more than 17 percent of the Rev. Ollie Mae White
and Seminole counties release! without adjudication Ill :30!()(>4 makes it a first Ila/en of the Bradford County unaware of the fact that the commentary for population A better
become eligible 'for state of gu dt. :Nonpublic records arc degree misdemeanor to Loan Closet which provided emergency medical servicesare Bradford County, which accompanied distribution of emergency
matching!: funds ,md tie-in retained by the Department of publish or transmit the many appliances for available to them by the survey findings telephone stickers would --------------
with such other laboratoriesthat Law I Enforcement.: telephone credit number or Dorothy's use and comfort, simply placing a call from the it was stated that, "The serve to improve phase three Uecannot all be great but
provide rinuanl analysis 111)3277: creates the Florida other credit device ith intentto and especially to our two nearest telephone to a special results of the survey showed survey results (Phase three is we can always: attach ourselves
services. Emergency: Telephone Act of avoid or to cause another to wonderful friends, Agnes medical( emergency telephone that Bradford County at- another survey to be conducted to something that is
The bill provides that the 1SI74! and authorizes the avoid lawful charges. Drake and Peggy Payne, who number 1-800-342-1516 in titudes very closely approximates in June. 1975)\ ) great.
department have full control 1 Division of Communications HB 2751 provides) that a were of inestimable help to Jacksonville. the seven county Another question in t the Harry Emerson. Fosdick
over the laboratories and to develop and implement a warrant may be issued for Dorothy and me during these -1of! every 100 people in totals. An unusually high sampling was'l': have
makes those specified eligible; ,statewide emergency search of a private dwelling trying times. Bradford and Union counties number of respondents in- attempted to distribute Al local
lor 75 percent state and 23: telephone number "911" to when a crime has been The North Central Florida would know that expert dicated they would seek help telephone( stickers listing the overheard our library.' I
a man asking 'ora
percent local matching funds. enable law enforcement committed or evidence Coalition of Senior Citizenswill medical attention is availableon first by calling the County phone numbers to call in the book entitled 1 "Man. fl.','
I It t (also offers these agencies and other relevant to pl'oinglwt\ a meet Sept. 3 at 10 a.m., a round the clock basis hospital The tact I hot the event of an emergency. Have Superior Sex.' "...Iction."
laboratories the option to organizations providingl'll1l'rgl'nCY crime has been committed is Starke Kec. Hall, Pratt Street through the facilities of the Bradford County Rescue you received one of (thosetickl'I" the girl at the desk told him
become state operated, and services to be contained in the private Invited guests are Rep. Frank Emergency: Medical Care Units are hospital based could "'" 53: percent of (hose frostily, "is two aisles "
creates a crime laboratory contacted quickly and ef- dwelling. Williams and CongressmanDon services to the citizens in explain this; however, a call called had received stickers Mrs H Youl'il, ,.n i 1Vnn.so\ over.s Own,
council to be appointed 1 by the! hcit'iitly. HI I 292i\ (; makes it a third Fuqua. Max Friedson, those counties. to the hospital is not con and 47 percent had not. I .I'M
Governor. MB Mil( amends the law to degree!: felony the making or president of the Congress of Those figures are the resultsof
The committee chaired'by provide that a person oho possessing any device capableof Senior Citizens of all Florida, a random sampling survey I I
Sen Richard Pettigrew. D! obtiimes food or lodging; duplicating tones or sounds will be the main speaker. completed in May, 1974 as to _
:Miami handled t 110 bills having a value of less than for purposes of avoiding Interested seniors of Bradford how people would re-act in an *
during the session, approving Mot\ () at a public lodging or food payment of long distance County and Starke are cor- emergency situation. Step out in Levis.'Panatela
411 and holding!: f 1i2> Of the -IB. 22 service establishment with telecommunications.t dially invited. Results of the survey were
passes the Legislature and 40 the intent to defraud is guiltyof HB 3
were left in other committees a second degree of animals of cattle or and develop "Senior Power." Camp, Public Education ; slacks I I
misdemeanor, and if $100 or hlll's's', their Inbrids. is
or a
.or on the House and Senate In this manner only, can we Coordinator of the Eight .
calendars more, violation is a third felony of the third degree get our national, state and County Emergency Medical Just For :WM..'N.
1115 2.-W: ) establishes! the degree: felony. local politicians to listen to us Care Project of Northeast Right
SI B :344 provides that courts
orreetional standards and develop legislation and Florida.
i
council which is to make ,..halll'msidl'r restitution in a Don Fuqua pass it into law for us and Now that's bad. But its still Back To School
.innual. reports to the mitigation III'111l' severity of those of you who will be the better than a similar survey
governor: and Legislature an otherwise appropriate senior citizens of tomorrow.Our conducted in September, 1973,
\\ith recommendations for ,sentence. where defendantsare To vote is a powerful when only 35 out of 100 would
legislation in the field of lound guilty for crimes Appear weapon. It was won after know what to do and 65 out of
corrections. The council's involving property but not many deaths and bloody 100 were still in the dark.
duties includes providing injury lo persons. cracked skulls. We must keepit Some progress has been made
qualifications tor corrections ('S for SI < 74 provides that August 30 and use it judiciously to during the eight months
officers developing officer \the trial judge in a bifurcated select the best candidates passage of time between the
and setting trial, may impanel a office in .
\training programs seeking government two survey samplings.One
curriculum lor second jury or summon aOPl'CI.II U.: S. Hep. Don Fuqua. D-
of nationally, state and locally, of the questions askedin
juror to determine the Altha. will be at the Garden
training. : who will not only promise but the survey was: "Who
SD 43i\( allows law enforcement pciiiilty when the trial jury or Restaurant on North; Temple keep their pledge to theelderly would you call for help in a + +rf.!
otticer and a member is unable to Avenue in Starke next Friday. disabled and d
persons poor, medical emergency? 49 ra'tr. +
hisquest
,tcungunder l direction of a law reconvene.CS Aug 30. from 3-4:30: p.m in veterans with better percent of those called said
enforcement officer to intercept lor SB 739 provides that for re-election. legislation. too long we, onset they would call an ambulanceor
wire or oral communications ..mv ground !l'vl'lur first floor Most of his campaigning has incomes mostly below the the rescue unit Which, of ,
to obtain licensed business establishment to be confined weekends poverty level, according to .
idence! of crime when such shall provide at I least t one due to the press of Congressional Bureau of Labor Statistics,
person is a party to the easily i accessible entrance and duties have been pushed around. For $1 2 $1800Stump's --
communication\ t or when all exit for use by t the physically our own sake we must use our
parties to the communication handicapped including! the vote and question all can I 1 4 Dept Store .
have given prior consent: to blind. didates for office on what their ""fimatelar
such interception. The billi Ill It :l'J.\ .">7 makes it a third efforts will be in our behalf. I
., unlawful to intercept degree to Ihl'oa hard sub still working with
i krs it People
i WI' purpose of cornnutting Miince. or a ,shooting: missile at incomes of $11,000 to $20,000per The Shawnee Indians used to aaaQaac( ( [oaa! :)1ac s
a criminal act. ,ininto a 1101111trarn: and year know of the "Battleof dip a buffalo tail in water and
Committee Substitute for provides penalty distinctions) ) the Market Basket." What shake it gently to produce 301 South Starke
SB tI\iS: !) defines( the act of in- lor property damage and about us"7 With an income of rain. Hwy
Mluntiir.sexual. : battery to threat to life. less than $3,000 per year we
include rape, sodomy and Ill 2724 provides for know that from week to weekwe
sexual battery, and provides definitions ami penalties for find increases in prices
penalties. Inquiry into vic disclosing: or copying trade from 5 to 20 cents: or more on
tims' prior sexual conduct is seciets, ; SB \171:! defines s.atL'ltlOl'nl'y and all commodities. How much SCHOOL BOARD OF BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
strictly limited.Ill investigators further can we stretch our
2179 rewrites the 10:1: \'l'Sl1l'11\ \ arrest t powers, dollars' It is factual thatelderly 582 North Temple Ave. Phone
criminal code to give fair pursuant to completing and poor people in our Starke Florida 32091 904-964-6800
timing of prohibited conduct (ruining/ required b> Police country have resorted to ,
and to clearly define the standards: Council eating dog food. SHAME! Jim Temple, Superintendent
material elements of an of- SB 947 amends the lato In unity there is strength.
tense .IS well as the required increase the penalty for President Lincoln aptly August 19, 1974
state of criminal mind. abandoning or willfully described this when he
SB til makes it unlawful to relusing" to redeh\er a hired showed an audience that one
erase or deface serial num vehicle from a second degree toothpick could be broken
There are vital measures easily but when he took a
pending I>I.>fore the House bunch of toothpicks bound
hich would aid the economy together they couldn't be NOTICEALL
To The VotersOf and help curl inflation which broken. Therein is a lesson.
we should proceed with all
By building a strong, unified
(deliberate :speed to enact. I coalition of senior citizens in TO
Starke leel that lie I people of the Florida we can have "SeniorPower" :
I istrict( willunie'rStanilwby it and have influence: on
will be 11l''l'ssal'to restrict legislators.We .
Before I Qualified For The City mv personal campaigning.." our are non-partisan, non-

Council I Advised My EmployerThat he Fuqua said. said the I lie Second profit support organizations.any political We party.don't PARENTS OF BRADFORD
(District of the largest t in
is
onl' ( Nationally we can muster 28
I Would NOT ACCEPT A the nation in urea but that he million votes, multiplied by
would visit every county prior relatives and friends. We have
Transfer From Starke, That My 10 the \Democratic primary in the power of the ballot box.

Family And I Had Returned In SeptemberThe Congressman: stated LET'S whatever USE happens IT! Because to the COUNTY STUDENTS

Order To Make This Our Per- 1 that he planned to wage< ( a senior citizen and poor can be
I positive campaign based on beneficial or destructive to all
manent Residence If ElectedTo iiis record of service and of the people of our country.Our .
spend much of his time next meeting is August TRANSPORTED BY SCHOOL BUSThe -
Our City Council I Will Fulfill listening to the views of the 27 at 1 p.m., Pratt Street
people he is able to see. Recreation Center. We need
My Obligations. Fuqua is a subcommittee each other in these days of .
chairman of I the Science and chronic inflation. God helps
Astronautics Committee aswe11 those who try to help them
as being a ranking selves. Join us and help in the
Thank You, member of the Ciiivernment struggles which are still withus
t Operations) Committee. Prior and just won't go away.
Bill Glover lo his election to Congress at Joe Kerrigan
\the age( of 28 he served two bus routes for the 1974-75 school year will remain the same as for the 1973-74 school year

terms Representatives in the State from(House his of with the following exception: The students who were picked up in the Reno section in the morningby

Vote For home county of Calhoun bus No. 34, and bus No. 52, will be picked up this year by bus No. 2, with the driver yet to be

.Fuque's( Second named. The following morning schedule will be observed:

t Congressional I [District I encompasses
:22 north Florida

: '+lpVea 8:05 Old Road at Limit
counties from Bradford in\ the : Lawtey City

east to Jackson County the 8:15: Old Lawtey Road at S.R. 16 Pick up children enrolled at Southside.
west including Jackson.Calboun. .
Liberty. Franklin ; 8:25: Southside Elementary

t, Waukulla.. Hamilton..Il'!fl'rson.Suvvannee.Columbia. Leon.Tavlor. .. ll apu/I 8:35: S.R. 16 and Old Lawtey Road. Pick up children enrolled at Starke Elementary School.

Baker Union. CQ".cQ 8:45: Starke Elementary School.
Bradford. AI lchlla, Leon,
l5 iilchrist Dixie.: :Madison
M iadsden, and part of Holmes. Sunday -- Sunday School, 8:55: Bus Garage.
9:43: : a.m.; Morning Worship
at 11 o-clock Sermon: "The
BillGlover My Neighbors Deacon and Deeking"; There may be some additional changes made, effective Thursday, September 9th. If your child is

Church Evening Training Worship at 6:13 7:30: p.m.p.m.;, involved in one of these later changes, he will be notified by memo during the preceding week.If .

Sermon: "Real Greatness." there are any questions concerning any route, contact the school your child is enrolled in or

r- Monday .- Girl's Ensemble, Mr. Ken Young at 9646800.

( '/ 6:30 Practice.: p.m.7 p.m.Youth Choir School will open at the following times: Southside at 8:40: Starke Elementary at 8:40: Hamptonat

City Council {9l' L1 Tuesday -- Junior Choir 8:30: Lawtey at 8:30: Brooker at 8:30: Bradford Middle School at 8:50: and Bradford High

..... Practice 3:20: ; Youth Choir School at 8:50.
Group 3 ) Practice 7 p.m.Wednesday .

} -- -- Family :Night; Ken Young
A Concerned Permanent 1 yw .L Supper[ 6:00: pm.; Hour of ,
1l Power, 6:30: ; Teachers and Coordinator of OperationsKJYr
Resident Who Lives and ..: Officer Meeting 7:13: p.m.;
Church Choir Practice, 8pm.
Works In Our City Thursday Visitation. 9:30: :
a.m. Music !Makers
; Chapel
"Say something nice about
Bells, 3:20: p.m.; Visitation, 7
(Paid, Pol Adv) her work how It makes p.m.
such attractive scrap or like
that ;' Ben P. Bryant Pastor






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