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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 12, 1974
Publication Date: 1888-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Belying a surface calm that indicated apathy and a

'V light vote, 66.6 percent of Bradford registered

I {, demons Mofoley Democrats turned out Tuesday to make a clean sweep of

4 so-called School Board "yes men" incumbents, giving the
nod to candidates who campaigned against high ad-

/ a ministrative costs of the school system.
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The 66.6 percent turnout, under clear skies following a

ThomasTriumph week of rain, was another uncannily close prediction for

Supervisor of Elections Neva Flynn who, a week before

election day, forecast a 66 percent turnout of voters here.

In Union RacesOf Falling before the onslaught of anti-high-cost voter !

sentiment was a majority of the School Board, including

incumbents Blaine Thompson District 1; 24-year veteran
3,017 Union County voters Pamela Bolls Thomas the members II.A. Lawson, District 2; and Chairman SeeberD.
approximately 1,600 went to only woman on the Union
the polls in Tuesday'sPrimary County ballot, scored a win bya Goodman, District 5.

and elected one 191 vote margin over In-
incumbent for another term cumbent Ray Powell. Mrs. "I'm shocked and Arthur R. Gaskins, Lawtey
bt 'twI and put one new face on the Thomas won the District 5 delighted," commented one poultryman, who fell 31 votes
school board and one on the School Board seat with a total school teacher when informed short of defeating Thompsonin ;
county commission with two vote of 911. Powell received of the sweep. 1972, staged a commanding
incumbents, one on each 720.KHMelroseResidentsAsk. first primary victory, polling
board to continue the battle in 1,896 votes, including absentees -

the second primary to be held to a combined total of
Tuesday October 1. Marc Jackson 1,829 for his two running
T,7'
[ District 2 county com- mates. Thompson ran second
missioner Gerald Griffis will! with 999, while Herman
I % __ be opposed in the second Johnson, first black school
primary by contender RobertJ. board candidate, ran a close
(Bobby) Anderson whose Chas. Schaefer third with 830
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second place total of 612 votes "

put him in the run-off with NO.,Johnson1'
high man Griffis' total of 769. .

Ellcano\ Reeves, a third
contender was eliminated in Win In Starkerace

Auction Draws Crowd the first primary. Reeves ,
polled 297 votes in third placeon I
the ticket. STARKE Two city coun- with 283 votes. Second I
Auction Days drew a large crowd last Saturday us about Articles that were auctioned were donated by downtown The new face on the comp cilmen, newcomer Marc primary is set Tuesday, Sept. I
, ':.,500 -Auction, Money was collected, according to AucStarke merchants who have been giving out Auction Money issipn will be that of Archie Jackson and incumbent 24, in the city. :{P
r.; Bonier Jean Hoznowski. with purchases in their stores T Auction :Money may be ,.t"lemons in the District 4 Seat Charles Schaefer. were Starke businessman Marc {
used in bidding for the merchandise, ami "money" not used Clemons': had a winning decisively elected Tuesdayand Jackson, 28, won handily, 770- I
Kill Wilson left, and serve as may be saved for other auctions in the future. margin of 16 votes over a run-off slated for the 443 some 327 votes, over Fred
,Auctioneers. A Starke business firm donates a piece of merPersons not yet having a supply of auction money may veteran commissioner J. third post between T. Carlton Sapp in the Group 1 race. That
chandise to the auction which Is sold to the highest bidder. obtain some for bidding by making purchases In cooperating Felton Smith, who is the Chastain and Harold W. Epps. post being vacated by veteran
The largest bid was placed on a $2:> certificate at Leila's store. board's present chairman. Councilman Orie Wiggins whois
Dress Shop for$,">(00.) Badcock's Furniture had second highest Next Auction Day will be Oct. 5 In the Community State Clemons vote was 811 com- retiring after serving 16
bid of $|j|) on a Hamilton Toaster. Bank parking lot.All biddersarewelcometoattend. 1 years on the council.
pared to Smith's total or 795. IIIi.
The retirement of another .
Tommy Mobley the highest
vote-getter in the election veteran councilman, Mayor-
Pat Spengler
Commissioner Neil Tucker
polled 977 votes to retain his '
District 1 School Board seat who has served eight years on received near solid support in
School over contender Nathan t-T TIt the city board, opened the way the county's two
Building ProgramDue Trowell whose total was 606. for the 3-way Group 3 race still predominen t black

Mobley's victory margin was J in contention. precinctsLawtey No. 2.
by 371 votes. Incumbent Schaefer where he received 187 to
School Board veteran doubled challenger Tommy Gaskins' 33 and Thompson's
Donald G. Dukes missed a Williams in the Group 5 race, 36; and Starke No. 7 (Reno),
Monday Explanation first primary victory over two polling 802 votes to Williams'
opponents by 44 votes. Dukes 406. Schaefer faired well as an
had a total of 803 votes againsta L v. n incumbent in a city-county
., ... combined total of 847 votes election which ousted three

A special school board Bradford High School a third dustrial arts home economics left out if there is no participation polled by contenders Carl R. C incumbent school board
meeting is set Monday night, phase of construction at suite administrative suite, a by the board in (Bobby) Hawkins with 431 and t :. .. members and gave a veteran a fy
Sept. 16, at 7 p.m in the administration Bradford Middle School, plus general vocational shop, and evaluation or at least study in Walter F. Williams with 416. Marc Jackson county commissioner a very d
building on North new construction and some music.At evaluation, Hall stated. The battle for the District 3 rough time.
Temple Ave. for board renovation at Starke and Starke Elementary and School Board seat between Epps led in the 3-man Group 59 percent, or 1,236 of the .ry rr.r.
Thompson withdrew his 3 race with 595 votes to 332 for city's 2,086 registered voters ,
members to be acquainted by Southside Elementaryschools. Southside Elementary are Dukes and Hawkins will be .
motion and the matter will be .
the school staff and ArchitectDon planned three new kindergarten decided in the second primaryto Chastain, a 262 vote margin.Bill 1 -
Morgan on the upcoming Action was not recom- classrooms each (See Page 6) be held Tuesday, October 1. Glover was third in that ,

$1.2 million building program.The mended on the construction new toilet and a heating l++ :
program calls for a package by the administrative system. Existing classroomsat }
fourth phase construction at staff until the both elementary schools w ''''
board gets a thorough review. will get new lighting and a ...t
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The 1975 construction plans reverse cycle heat pump in
i s Iaam Irilrr continue a school building each room for heating and Arthur Gaskins
program that started back in cooling.
; r 1965 at Lawtey elementaryand The BIIS auditorium will Help On Thefts Burglariesareas where he polled 197 toGaskins'
mow 4. and Thompson's 5.
"w has seen some $5 million- also get new lighting and a ,
plus spent on new county reverse cycle heat pump for .q U Johnson also narrowly carried
school buildings. Most of the heating and cooling. "We are appealing to you "We have increased our are building up much { Starke No. 12. which includes

program was completedunder The current program is for some kind of help for the patrols by 90 percent in the faster than others and a lot rib 1w
former Supt. Tom being financed with a $1.2 burglaries and thefts that last few months in that section more people are coming in. t i
Casey. One building, the third million state education bond keep on occurring down our and have made several Then too, you have to consider
phase of BUS, has gone up sale for capital outlay. way." Dwight Arnold told arrests," Reddish said. that a large number of these
under Supt. Jim Temple On construction currently Bradford county com homes on the lakes are
Plans at Bradford High call under way, Architect Don missioners Monday, September "Contributing to the vacation homes and othersare ".-

CAR WASH for four general classrooms, Morgan reported the 9, at their regular layout.problem It's is the geographical used just on weekends," Charles Schaefer 0
where four
Saturday10a.m..2 two art rooms, an industrialarts operations center and bus meeting. an area Reddish said.Reddish .
p.m. complex, a home barn near the middle school is Arnold speaking for a small counties, Alachua, Putnam. cited figures from went to the polls Tuesday. The
economics suite, DCT and CF more than 90 percent complete delegation of lake residents, Clay and Bradford come the recently: released National voting list is down some 350
and
has
been
together always
Hurst's Shell rooms. four business Pay request number said that an increase in Crime Report which indicatedthat names after the list was
a trouble spot for the law
StationBAKE education rooms, an five was approved upon breaking and enterings in the authorities break-ins in rural and purged by County SupervisorNeva
agriculture complex, an Morgan's recommendation in Keystone Heights Melrose m each county. (See Page 2)) Flynn after the city
Another is that these
SALE exceptional education suite the amount of $30,466 to lake section of the county had thing registration was placed under
rest rooms, storage, and Allison Distributing Co. of caused the victims to become the county by a new state law.
Saturday heating.At Jacksonville. The building is more concerned about the & .. There were about 2,400 votersin
10am. UntilIn the middle school four scheduled to be completed lack of police protection.He 2 Arrests Made MondayTwo the city last year, but
general classrooms are early October, Morgan said. said residents who live outside the
Front OfStan's planned an art room, in- that his home had arrests were made Clifford Miller 55, of Starkewas city limits have been purged
until been broken
The board delayed into four times
with disorderly from the city rolls with Mrs.
charged
Bootery Monday at the request of within the last three years and Monday night, one by Starke George Roberts
intoxication Monday night at Flynn going by state law.
Budget Hearing Set Police and the other by -
Hall twice lust time
Board Member Rodney recently. Each
The first counted
Sponsored by articles of value taken Bradford County Deputies. : race :
approval of a "Com- were Miller !
Church of God Tonight In Brooker prehensive Plan for Bradford and his losses just keep Donald Anthony Hall. 18, of was charged with Tuesday night was group one. kr1a
Florida 197475." The Keystone was charged with cursing Mrs. Annie Mae Polk Jackson received a kiss from
County mounting. while on her front porch at her his wife, a round of hand-
BROOKER The Brooker report is a lengthy document, Arnold suggested to the two felony drug counts: Pos-
----- will session of than five home on Brownlee Road. shakes and congratulations,
Council meet Thursday actually a small book, setting commissioners that additional more
Starke Police Lt. then informed
night Sept. 19, at 8 p.m. for a forth goals of the district manpower should be made grams of marijuana and possession Scotty was by
Rhoden made the arrest Chairman Neil Tucker that a
BRIDGELUNCHEON'Wednesday hearing on a proposed millage education system over the available and that 24 hour of narcotic parapher work _
Monday night. city budget session is
increase as required by state and each nalia.
next five years tieing surveliance be provided,
Both cases were to be tentatively set for Monday
law.The goal to a budget figure. It is particularly of some Charges were filed on Hal
persons
; before Bradford "if Merrill Clerk
brought night, (
City of Brooker must the State who of two hours after he was pickedup
Sept. 18 required by were under suspicion
County Judge Elzie Sanders Merrill Edwards) can get it
levy a minimum of three millsin Department of Education, but having had a part in the by Deputy Don A. Denton "
Tuesday for first (the budget) ready in time
Tickets 2.25 order to participate in state Deputy Supt. W.L. Kilpatrick break-ins. at 10:45: Monday night.September appearance.
Tucker evidently means to
and federal revenue sharing expressed the hope that the Of those victimized, Arnold
Junior" Woman's Club funds according to Brooker Education be one cut by said that their properties were 1-9 BringThe ;s 6.64 Inches of Rain lose new no city time fathers in acquainting with the the
City Clerk Joyce Stokes. Other CommissionerRalph valued
at not less than $50,000
c.Mt..e Bradford towns having to Turlington. each and with taxes being so first nine days In where 8.90 inches were problems they will face'- the
raise their ad valorem() leviesto 'Johnny Blaine Thompson high they were being short- September brought an recorded in nine days. Starke first is a budget in which r
the ((Community!! three mills are Hamptonand moved that the plan be approved by the lack of average of 6.64 inches of rain reported 5.72 inches, and New expenses exceed by some y
the
schools River tower recorded 5.30. $202,000 anticipated in
Lawtey with Art to Bradford toppingoff
: Holliday police and fire County
& pro- E.
'tat iBankT. W.
The regular council meetingwas seconding the motion. tection in the area. three and a half feet of rain Complete figures from Santa come. Hodges
not held Monday Night since the four-month wet Fe tower were not available. Tucker has catagorized the
"I L would like to read it Sheriff Dolph Reddish was Lincoln
.""". ...w..4 V.. Mrs. Stokes said.*- andnecessary first," said Rodney Hall, asked into the meeting and season started in May. Since January 1, the county city's present and future votes to City Gaskins'receiving 54 andThompson's 63
T.see 000 hr business will has had of problems as financial anticipated
be an 54.54
adding he'd like time to digestthe Wettest spot in the county so average
..d-.l D.s__Cm gave a report on the steppedup land 52.
transacted at the of the growth,
83 use
hearing on book "before we rubber activity by his departmentIn far In September was Louis Inches percent annual
the 19th stamp It." The school board is that section of the county Hill fire tower at Highland. 50 year average of 63.92. (See Page 2) (See Page 2)



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I 3 School Board i Members Beaten ..................................... (From Page 1) .

By

( From (Page I ) will face each other in a Hampton Lake managed a (White Acre) McMullen, of for Alcee L Hastings, black isolated areas were up by 137 work from being done was
second primary run-off. 186-vote margin to defeat his Live Oak; and 426 for Don attorney of South Florida. In percent over the previousyear. county road crew the
l.iwson's low key campaign Parrish led the field in his opponent Harold E. Waters, Pride, Tallahassee. In state. statewide voting, Mayo won ; trouble keeping bus
based on the need for group with 1,119 votes, Edwards 1,859: to 1673. Hodges will wide voting Smathers and on the basis of Incomplete After appearing before the open for school to
maturity and experience on was second with 940, succeed incumbent Eddie Dozier will be in a second returns. commissioners, the delega- The board agreed
the hoard, was not enough to Goodman third with IKK! and Allen, who did not seek re primary runoff.Incumbent Don Fuqua, 2nd District Re- tion retired for a further job completed. as Representative Frank
oil( 'set Mrs Spengler's aggres- William G. Graudons ran election. State Comp- presentative in Congress, conference with Sheriff possible.Authorized won another term in
*>i\'<* attack on the school ad- fourth with 702. The county races above troller Fred O. (Bud) scored a four to one victory in Reddish, with no action being of 25 seat with a
commissioners. firm
taken the chitectural
ministration in winch\ she In County Commission include absentee ballots Dickinson, currently un- Bradford with 2,623 votes to by two to one victory
District Forester A. G. and
charged excessive spending District 2, incumbent Georges. counted Wednesday. Absentee dergoing grand jury investi- 659 for his Tallahassee opponent May Hester of Orange
with
Jr. his plans
on buildings and supervisors Roberts eked out a six vote votes on the state races were gation for actions in office, Tony Wesolowski. McCullers, gave June reportfor 30 proceed of the in Tuesday's first
the renovation
at the expense of needs of the cad Tuesday night over his not counted at press time was high man in Bradford In the non-partisan judicial year ending and Primary.
said that forest
and \
studentH A chronic attenderol oppnnentMark B. Adkins, and Wednesday. with 1,644 votes to 1,240 for races Bradford favored in- 1974 County jail with the three-county total was
( board meetings during won by 27 votes when the Gerald (Jerry) Lewis, former cumbent justice Joe Boyd, resources now comprise 80 retainer plan 7061 to Hester's
Bradford Bradford architectural
i went years her promise of absentees were counted Wednesday County con- Dade County State Represen Ben F. Overton, and Arthur J. percent of County'sland
tributed its bit to GovernorAskew's and that for last agreed
tiding herd on soaring school Roberts totaled 1,803 tative. Napoleon Bryant ran England for seats on the State area retainer Hester 116 to 104 in
First about cords of which provides
administrative costs walkaway third in Bradford with 409. Court. year 71,000 $1,000
apparently to Adkins' 1776. Tuesday'stotals Supreme Incomplete Park
Primary win over three op Dickinson and Lewis pulpwood had been harvested hours of service by attorney's
will
hit indicated that
a responsive wereRoberts: 1,714; returns these Williams
of Askew with value of swept
chord among tax-conscious Adkins, 1708. Adkins carried 8 ponents. The team compete in the second three were also statewide a stumpage $1.4 tects. part of St. John's
and J. II. (Jim) Williams of million.
voters She staged" a close but of the 17 primary run-off winners.
county's precincts VoteFrom almost 5 to 1, polling
Starke
Ocala for lieutenant site for
A a
decisive :l-vole( victory, de- and Roberts 9. governor State Treasurer Thomas D. For District Court of Appeals prospective Hester's 373.
liMtmg! the incumbent 1 1'M)7! () (to "It's got to be a total backlash received 1,420 Bradford votes, O'Malley, also under investi- Group 1, John Paul landfill operation near Lawteyhas ( Page 1)) beat Hester by a
while Ben Hill Griffin, and his been approved officialsof
1,6-11 l < (; ," said a veteran county gation for practices as insur- Howard carried Bradfordwith by of
2855
Third member 'l/ill/ l Is>fore politician of the vote receivedby wife for lieutenant governor, ance commissioner, carried 935 votes, with Wilson W. the Department of Pollution planning, and the margin and to
the team with Control and a soil analysis test fill site. The Clay County, by a
the ins-out trend was second virtual unknowns Parrish were runner-up Bradford County with 2,030 Wright the runner-up with 751. new land
votes. Tom Adams for will be made in the near to one majority in
1,205 deteriorating
votes. Jack Shreve Brevard has a
incumbent chairman ,
term and Adkins, and the clean
Goodman, 'A ho ran third in \ made against school Governor ran a poor third County attorney and former There will be a 2nd Primary future, county sanitarian Jack system with old, 2693 to 769.
sweep here with 604 votes and in this between Trawick told the com and totaling 413 in the
member run-off race spring leaks
\District 5; where J. T1'arnsh. board. members House ran second
Norman Bie trailed with 147. E.R. Mills, Jr. and a undetermined missioners.The with had not been
political) newcomer\ In I the District Commissionrace with 581, while Fitzhugh yet disposal plant
Bradford also followed the board to at press time Wed
ind Maurice Edwards: Jr E W I lodges, Jr. of Powell of Jacksonville polled opponent.REPUBLICAN agreed water.
statewide trend in giving top negotiate for the purchase of The city Is also but could not affect
place in the U. S. Senate race 482. O'Malley was a First BALLOT the land. utility rates which of the election.
to Bill Gunter of Orlando, a Primary victor.Commissioner. Bradford Republicans Trawick suggested that the skyrocketed with is completing his
'Disney On Parade' Scheduled For former Representative in of Education favored Jack Eckerd by 46 to Board continue seeking costs and the in the House, and
Congress. Gunter received 850 Ralph Turlington of Gaines. 34 over Paula Hawkins for the another site for more landfills natural gas to the to remain a full-
Jacksonville Memorial Coliseum votes here to head the 11-man ville polled 1,924 votes in U. S. Senate nomination. and recommended locationsin which necessitates .
Senate race. Former Bradford, more than the Eckerd was also a statewide the Keystone Heights and ning of No. 2 fuel oil real proud.
I Secretary of State Richard combined totals of his four winner. Camp Blanding areas. The some $8,000 per you what. So many
Stone ran second with 830, opponents. John S. Shipp ran For Republican nominationfor low water table throughoutmost curtailment is for 177 in all three counties
followed by Mallory Home second with 423; Sheila C. State Treasurer, Gene of Bradford County the current year and so good to me, I'm
with 361; Richard Pettigrew, King, 346; N. E. Fenn Jr., Tubbs received 42 votes hereto restricts most areas for land- pected to be over 200 wordless," Williams
344; and Glenn Turner the 220; and Zollie M. Mayrard! 41 for Jeffrey L. Latham. fill use Trawick said.Representatives year. The new budget Tuesday night.
indicted cosmetics promoter, 194. of the the council is about to really grateful. I think
282. Others "also ran." In statewide voting i Latham narrowly beat Tubbs Kerr-McGee Industries were shows $547,576 just gave me a

i Bruce A. Smathers of Jack- Turlington won out over the .statewide............................ introduced to the board by fuel costs to get back in and do"
sonville was heavily favored field Tuesday.. Attorney George Pierce. The $115,000 in 197374. job, and I intend to.
father to another
here for Secretary of State, For Public Service Com One : company officials were in- To make ends re-election
is the awkwardage
at
receiving 1,763 votes, to558 for missioner, incumbent William "My son terested in the county's remainder of this carried all but four
Beverlv Dozier, ofTallaha'ssee T. Mayo carried Bradford too young but old to spell establishment proposed adoption of year the city has in Clay County and

: 492 for J. L. with 1,862 votes against 1,094 it." enoughto regulations for strip-mining of percent surcharge precinct in St Johns
jr defy phosphate at sometime in the tricity. Counties. If the
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} VOTE They were advised that the won bigger, Rep.
FOR ordinance was still in the said when asked how
I P preparation stage and when Hampton low turnout affected

.r 'tr: completed that a public over Orange Park
( hearing would be held before Mayor Hester.
adoption. The officials were are tired of politics,
J. T. PARRISH invited to attend the public HAMPTON[ With said. "National
Jy t hearing when held. cent of the town's is what turned people
p4T" ; : ,, On other matters at Mon polls Tuesday, voters
day's meeting, the com- that
: k 1 a new mayor apparent in
.' FOR MEMBER OF missioners: put a woman, Mrs. had a rough time
'
: -Took under advisement a Vaughn on the city I believe being an
from a map Voters decisively was a stigma, but I
publishing firm to publish a Arthur looked closer at
74-56 Mayor
SCHOOL BOARD book of maps showing all of recommendation of man was in of
the county's subdivisions and marshall be appointed
plot plans of record The book
council. Voters also
A
race for Stale Senate
made avail-
would be
maps
the mayorship to 6, Marion Pelttt.
DISTRICT 5
able to the commissioners at a Williamson, 37, over auditor and
price of $3,995 per thousand
Arthur Bruno by a
public accountant
with a suggested retail valueof
$5 each. The publication is Lonnie Thompson Bradford County with
with three school children votes in the 3-way to 1,282 for Kenneth
Family man age
two
updated every years by
"' .... ...... race. The new ( ) I\l l ...'\-...;; "': a- .. Farmer and BusinessmanI the-publishers.Approved the transfer of former In district-wide voting,
;; promise to handle situations and problems of the school boardto resolution Hampton resident of MacKay won the
$23,000 by
1 "NDON FUN -Bert. the chimney sweep. joins penguins Pearly and a DuPont vacated]
ind and large cast 1 for a romp ,m the park in one of seven produc- the best of my ability. ... authorizing the Department. of Council .vorshlp"V seat by Ralph
, i,,leafing Sept 18-22 at the Jacksonville Memorial Coliseum. Tickets funds for the purchase of Commissioner of Edu
his with the
MI-'" priced 5350 $450 and 5500 with children 12 and under half / Will Appreciate your Vote and Support. right-of-way and certain other strength

once, on all performances ----- ------........ ... ----- expenses in the re-building Mrs. Vaughn polled a former House
for second place
has been cited for
.. project of SR-16 from US-301 second the
------- ""I seat in
limits of legislative ser-
to the west city
Starke. race. Incumbent the past. Pettit, who\
Slade -Sandra Hall, a resident of Ralph Trisler and just across the
Leslie Jones tied with
the Lake who County line near
Sawyer Crystal area, In
each. Hampton, the
had made a complaint about is a half-brother of
candidates
run in a
bad road conditions and E. Johns of
With two offices
debris left behind by the the two highest open

Gas Er Air county road department after won the seats. Enough To
ConditioningAmerica's doing some work on the roads Dennis (Buddy)
near her home, requested a edged into the Around
definite date for the clean up
by two votes over
to be completed. Commis- Fred Phillips, 5856. BUTLER Oh! man.
No. 1 Air Conditioner Maker sioner Dave Paulk said that Marshall R II. Parker turnout I never saw
heavy rains during July and
y 35 votes in another try crowd of people. It's
had the
August prevented marshall's job. bad that we ran out of

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iij didate about their kept coming but the
Saving System E 1 .. special was all gone. I would,
c.' j like to apologize for
Installed i1 Political I I.issue of Sept. 9. ; 1 shortage and

Completely to those who were
!@ at the supper. The
f. just turned out way
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Teenage Volunteersmet the home of their sponsor, !
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Tuesday night, Sept. 3, at Mrs. Linda Johns, with ten 64.fide qTheiVewad
members and Mrs. James ;;

Angie Bacon Lawson, sponsor, present. / Wool Society Cdilor '

Miss Anita Green, ? ,
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Greg Dodd _____ .
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president, presided at the J v ------ "
Angie Bacon, former meeting where Debbie Bryantwas

resident of Raiford and elected vicepresidentand Crutchfield Becomes Bride Of Robert Mullins Jr. In Jacksonville I :
Given
Shower
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.L.E. Lisa Ekard, secretary.The Melinda .
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Turner Jr. of Raiford, was club voted to sell candy
united in marriage on August during October for a money featured Camelot sleeves anda miniature pompoms, Fuji For Susan Macy 1:
with train and Mrs.
full skirt mums
greenery.
making project.
24 to Gregory A. Dodd, son of
The met with Mrs. scalloped at the bottom. Her Dan Anderson Thomas cut the
Mr. and girls
Mrs. W.O. Dodd of Miss Susan Macy, whose .
secured her cake, assisted by Mrs. Ken-
Starke. Lynwood Bobo, R.N., at the i Juliet headpiece marriage to Randy Gaskins I

The marriage took place in orientation.hospital Tuesday night for She chapel carried length the veil family of illusion.bride'sprayer neth The Sennholtz.punch table held two was an event of Aug. 30, was .i;'

Donalsonville, Ga. .. book topped with a silver bowls and was centered honored at a bridal shower f f'
I + with of Saturday night, August 29, 'I''
v cascade arrangement of white an arrangement light '' f
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{ 4t I orchids, stephenotis andbaby's yellow and white pompoms given by Mrs. Charles Zip-
and Dr. perer, Mrs. Max Newport and J
iiirn'' Gaskins-Brown breath.A Fuji mums. Nancy at the
Richard Carter
I Mrs.
reception was held in the Thomas and Miss Cathy
home of the latter. :
church social hall, which was Cothern presided over the
Mr. and Mrs. E. color
Wayne A pink and green
decorated with arrangementsof punch bowls. The buffet snack
Douglas of Starke and JamesW. scheme was carried out in the
Grass tfiafs GreeneThe Gaskins of Lawtey announce light yellow and white table was centered with an party decoration The
Fuji mums and arrangement of white and
the engagement of .1'r dais. yellow and Fuji refreshment table was
their Linda Dianne pompoms cloth and
daughter, covered with a lace
grass on the other side of the fence Mrs. R. E. Lee of Jacksonville mums.
Gaskins, to Jimmy L. Brown, centered with a pink floral !
doesn't have to be greener. FPC can get -0 _.f LOIIDA son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl greeted guests at the Following a week's cruise to arrangement. Mrs. Zipperer
Islands the
Bahama
the ,
Elizabeth
door and Miss
rid of your chinch bugs, and Fungus! 'p tit Brown of Starke.A Perry kept the bride's book. couple Is residing in Gaines presided at the punch bowl. I
...and help you at its ., February wedding is Standing in the receivingline ville. A get-acquainted game was
greenest. Your awn..WHERE THE GRASS ..*. os planned. were the bride and groom, The bride graduated from played by the 45 guests.
IS ALWAYS GREENER. their parents, and bridal Terry Park High School and The hostesses presented the
honoree with the serving
attendants.The has attended Jacksonville
SouthsidePTA bride's table was University for two years. She pieces to her silver pattern as
centered with a three-tiered will attend the University of a memento of the occasion.
Sets Fall MeetingThe temple wedding cake toppedby Florida in the fall as a music a_ It .
light yellow and white major.Mr. .
A special ring Southside Elementary miniature pompoms and Fuji .Mullins graduated from Lt. and Mrs.Don R.Thompson -
PTA will hold its first meetingof mums. The cake was flankedby Bradford High School and is a and family of Landover,
the school year on Sept. 17 two silver candelabra senior at the University of Md. have been transferred to
for the at 7:30: p.m. in the school decorated with nosegays of Florida in the College of Ar Jacksonville NAS and are
cafeteria. The executive light yellow and white chitecture. living on the base.
board will meet at 6:39: () p.m.
Class of 76. prior to the PTA meeting in SAVE PINTO SAVE MAVERICK SAVE
the school office.
The devotional will be _._-_...__.-.......!-r .-.-...... --
presented by fifth grade wore picture hats with pale Z NowVirch&nce
students under the direction of Miss Melinda Crutchfield, Q I
yellow ribbon streamers and
Mrs. Eugenia Whitehead. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
carried of light
nosegays
Ralph E. Crutchfield of Jack
Guest speakers for the COLU
daisies, Fuji mum'sand
yellow
evening will be Seeber sonville, became the bride of O
School Robert Stewart Mullins, Jr., baby's breath.
Goodman, County
Given in marriage by her
member Miss son of Dr. and Mrs. Robert S.
board ; father, the bride wore a
Mullins of Starke, on August
Margaret Hardy, School 31 at 6 in the Southside traditional gown of white
Guidance counselor; and Mrs. p.m. imported lace, embroideredwith 10 talk
Beth Freeman, Title I School Jacksonville United Methodist, with Church Rev., iridescent sequins and ; COm

Program. seed pearls The gown 3 .
Robert
Special guest will be Jim C. Boggs performingthe

v A Temple, County Superin ceremony. derforaride.
tendent of Schools. Standing baskets of white Junior Club Sponsor a

.,., mums, Fuji mums, daisies, ::Q
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Mr. and Mrs. K.O. Padgettof against a background of arched Bridge
\ Ptl Plant City and Elder and candelabra with burning
t'p Mrs. Comer Crawford of tapers highlighted the altar. Junior Woman's Club is rrUJ O
aC n Orlando will be weekend Mrs. Carolyn Foster, sponsoring a bridge-luncheon .
d guests of Mr. and Mrs. P.D. organist and Elizabeth Wednesday, Sept. 18, at 12:30: >
Heddish. Perry soloist, presented a p.m.at the club house. Ticketsat
\ \ program of nuptial music. $2.25 each may be had by Q
TilE BRADFORD Glenn Wesley Mullins attended calling Mrs. Bobby Autry,964- ANY NEW 1974 1 COm
It'll be another 100 years before another class can claim a COUNTY TELEGRAPH his brother as best 6749.

ring like this one. Our special design, commemorating Published 138 W.every Call Thursdayat Street man.Randolph Ushers Crutchfield were ,Stephen brotherof

America's 200th birthday, can be combined with your Starke,Florida 3201)1!) the bride, and Michael The Club held its first PINTO50MAVERICK

school mascot or colors. Or it can stand on its own. Come Mullins and Tommy Howell, meeting of, the new 3.year Mrs.on
Second Class postage paid cousins of the Tuesday Sept.
by now and see the ring that distinguishes your class from at Starke,FloridaSubscription Miss Patricia groom.Carol Mullins, William Winn, District Four 2m

all the others. It's on display now. sister of the groom, attendedas Junior Director, was guest
Rates: speaker. She gave a concise
maid of honor and Miss
WILLIAMS In trade area: $6.00 history of the Florida Feder-
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_ Miss Barbara Lorraine Farris and James Jackson McMurtry Exchange Wedding VowsMiss Leslie Morris Griffis Austin To Wed Sept. 27 I I

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4'a Miss Pamela Farris, sister ol Jr., Mrs. Eric Redfearn, Mrs. enjoyed by the bride, groom Birthday PartyLeslie Mr. and Mrs. George R. All friends and relatives are ,i
the bride, Mrs. Victor Ivan Gouldethorpe, Mrs. parents of the bride andgroom Griffis of Law.tey announcethe invited to attend.
Civitarese Mrs. Joey John- Charles Clark, Mrs. Kerry ; and many guests. 10th Morris last celebrated his approaching marriage of I I
son, Miss Cynthia Turknett, Page and Mrs. Delbert birthday Wednesday their daughter Rhonda Faye,
cousin of the bride, Mrs. KyleE Bennett, who also directed the Following a wedding trip to afternoon with a party at his to Richard Junior Austin, son Mrs. John Miller and i
McMurtry, sister-in-law of wedding. west Florida and New home on Raiford road. of Irene Austin of Lawtey. daughter and Mrs. Bob I
the bride and Miss Twelve boys attended and The wedding will take place Ferguson and daughters
groom Music for the reception was Orleans, the couple will make
served hot
Cheryl Tomes. were dogs with Sept. 27 at the Highland visited Miss Madge Middleton
provided by Scott McCall of their home in Keystone
All wore identical empire Jacksonville and dancing was Heights. chill, homemade ice cream, Baptist Church with a in Riverside Hospital on i
styled gowns of dotted punch and cake. reception following in the Sunday. Miss Middleton
4 organza over taffeta, featuredby Sunday school building. returned home Tuesday.
a low square neckline and Mr and Mrs. Stocks Will Celebrate 60 th AnniversaryThe L III
long sleeves. The maid of

honor appeared in olive green, childi. of Mr. and To My Friends
while others were dressed in
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of Mrs. T.K. Sti Sr. requestthe
alternating fall colors
and brown.In honor of \ n' presence at
yellow orange the Stokes' their hair, they wore two
TT Champagne daisies draped anniversary reception all 4' I
Saturday, Sept.21, from 3 to 6p.m. 5 '
4 with ribbon colored to com- helped mein my ,
t in the Fellowship Hall of
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the Franklin Street
carried an arm bouquet of Baptist
r dried wheat, Red Rover Church, 16th and Franklin campaign for CityCommissioner
chrysanthemums and Streets, Jacksonville.Mr. .
Champagne daisies accentedby I'I '
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I tn German Statyce. married Sept. 23, 1914 in A
Following the weddingvows Gainesville. They have four want to thank each A

the couple took two children, T.K. Stokes, Jr'i

remaining burning candles un-lit to candle light, the to Juanita of Jacksonville Lent, Jack, Mary Stokes Ella of you for all of your effort May God

the of the Sessions of Starke; tour
signify unity
and six Bless You
marriage.As grandchildren great All Thanks,
the couple left the altar, grandchildren.No .
the mother-in-law bride paused with to presenther a rose. invitations are being sent relatives, but are all Invited friends to attend.and w w'A*w'3f w w*<*>''*' ,Pd Pol. Adv I Fred Sapp


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ducting the marriage rites. her mother with a yellow rose, groom cut the traditionalthree
The bride, daughter of Mr. wore a gown of imported tiered wedding cake
and Mrs. Raymond Farris, candlelight, crystal, silk which was mounted on tfft
and the bride groom, son of Chantilly lace in a rose pedestals over a fountain, family center J PREVIEW
Mr. and Mrs. Kyle J. Mc medallion design. The bodice, featuring gold, orange and
Murtry, both of Keystone accented by an empire yellow chrysanthemums and
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| Farewell Party For Sandra Chitty Altar Society Plans 1\\
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Sandra Louise Chitty, The girls enjoyed swim ( f Activities For Fall SeasonMrs. I

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ming, boating, skiing, oi
Carl Hurst, was honored by homemade Ice cream and a Michael Gilhooly Mrs. Bob Blakewood
her mother last Saturday with hamburger fry during the presided at the Fall Meetingof volunteered to serve refresh-
a "Going-Away" and "Back- afternoon party hours from 1 St.Edward's Altar Society ments at the next meeting
to-School" party at the Hurst to 6:30: p.m.Sandra Friends of Mrs. Brian Mr. and Mrs. Lenox Cox of held in the Parish hall on scheduled for October 1 in the .
cottage on Santa Fe Lake. will be entering St. Hamilton will regret to learnof Maryville, Tenn. were Sundayto September 3. Parish Hall at 7:30: p.m.
--- Augustine Blind School this the death of her father, Thursday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Richards Members were requested to
week and will be home each William H. Thomson, of Mrs. George Huggins. announced that Mrs. Gladys participate in a kitchen
DUPLICATE BRIDGE weekend. Monticello, who died of a Weldon took care of church
shower to be held that eveningfor
CLUB RESULTS Invited to share in this heart attack Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. A.S. Harrison altars during August. Mrs. the of replenishing
Mrs. Paul Johnson and Mrs. occasion were Sandra's Mr Thomson is also the visited their son and family, Richard Coss is doing this parish purpose hall supplies.F. .
Ralph Fountain were the Sunday school classmates and brother-in-law of Mrs. JohnW. Mr.and Mrs. W.L. Harrison in work in September and Mrs.
winning couple at Duplicate teachers. Griffin and Miss Lillian Waycross, Ga. last week. Henry Stefanelli volunteeredfor
Bridge Tuesday night. Mrs. Stump. October. M. Norman
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Hilda Dey and Mrs. Rhea / t Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ways and Means Chairman,
Johnson were second; Mrs. Martha Struth and Nancy v Local admittances to St.John and daughter, Joy \Mrs. Bob Blakewood, Family ReunionThe
J.D Odom and Mrs. George Fullwood have entered Lake Bradford County Hospital this spent Labor Day weekend in proposed that workshops be
Miller were third. week include: Mrs. Lena of Mr conducted by members for
City Community College. St.Augustine as guests F. M. (Tobe) Norman
Holzendorf and 'Mrs. Bertha and Mrs. Perry Gills and purposes of handiwork family held their annual
r- Gandy, Melrose; Cornelius family. They were joined by creativity. Mrs. Robbie reunion last Sunday at Camp
If yoU are planning to replace your old warm-air Suter,Keystone Heights; Mrs. Charled Burton Saturday on a Shaller was named chairman Montgomery.The .
furnace this Minna McCurdy and Mrs. fishing trip.Seaman of a covered dish dinner to be five living children
(
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year Electric will makeit j Cleo Dykes, Lake Geneva; held in October following attending were G. C. Normanof
worth your while to replace with a compact Barton Bennett Wedding Aug. 10 Mrs. Ethel Alldredge, Lake Vincent St.John Scriptural Rosary Services. Tallahassee, A. Russell ,
Butler; Mrs. Elda Gerkins, celebrated his 22nd birthday Mrs. Joseph Gissy, social Norman and Frank Normanof
system that gives you BOTH heating and Louella Barton, daughter of Mr. Bennett is a 1968 Waldo; William Hall, Hampton Sunday with his family, Mr. chairman, announced that Starke, Mrs. Mattie Ellis of
Cent CondrUonlngtoo! Mr. and Mrs. Austin Barton of Graduate of Bradford High ; Rodney Griffis, Mrs. and Mrs. Richard St. John, coffees would continue to be Alachua and Mrs. Carrie
Vancouver, Wash. and Jacky School. Julia Thomas, Mrs. Mary William and Joy, and Mr. and held each Sunday in the Belle Green of Fort Myers.
Bennett, son of Mr. and Mrs. The couple is making their Rowe, Mrs. Louise Griffis, Mrs. Larry Taylor. Mrs. Parish Hall following Mass. There were 68 grand-
Louis Bennett of Starke were home in Battle Ground, Wash. Mrs. Reba Starling, Mrs. Taylor baked the birthday On September 15 a bake sale children, great grandchildrenand
united in marriage August 10 where Mr. Bennett is em Virginia Holly, Mrs. Lillie cake and topped it with a will be conducted with the great great grand-
S50CASH in Vancouver. ployed. Browning, Mrs. Eva Cole and picture of the ship Vincent is coffee with Mrs. Gissy and children attending.
Mrs. Freda Edwards, Starke. stationed on at Port Mrs.\ Gilhooly in charge of

Becky Jackson Is ComplimentedAt Canaveral. Vincent returnedto arrangements.Mrs. .
after three Rudy Chism reportedon
his base Monday
Only 8 floor models left. 5,000
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Bridal Shower ThursdayMiss -21,000 BTU air conditioners.Must weeks leave. messages
and condolence sent
General ElectricWEATHERTRON9 F go at cost.SawyerSlade.
Becky Jackson whose Barbara Schmitt. Gas during the summer months. Mr. and Mrs. John L.
Friends of Sharon Hall summer months.
marriage to Bruce Scott will Corsages were presented to And Air-Conditioning Members voted to continue Bradley. Jr. of Kingsley Lake
Locke will regret to learn of
HEAT PUMP be an event of Sept. 14, was the honoree, Mrs. Jackson, 964-7701 sponsorship of Glenda at announce the birth of a son,
the death of her father,Arthur
between Sept. 2 and Oct 4.19(74( honored at a bridal 1 shower Sr., Mrs. Scott and Mrs. Cash & Carry Only Hubert Hall Sr. of Sunland Training Center with Stephen Drew on Sept. 7 in
A.,.,._.....,....._..10_Or_......... FM mA P...-._ ixniiwuxul Thursday night.Sept. 5, at the Margaret Jackson. Miss Jacksonville, a former, monetary and personal Alachua General Hospital.
-- home of Miss Lillian Stump Jackson was also presentedwith Grandparents are Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Polo of contributions well as
Lacayo resident of Starke for as
many Mrs. Bill D. Clark of Mel-
of her
and Mrs. J, W. Griffin. a place setting
weekend visitation.
chosen china from her Tallahassee were years. Sharon, the daughter of personal bourne and Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
with Miss
I I Hostesses Stump pattern of Mr. and Mrs. James Catholic Charities Chair-
Amazing Different! and Mrs. Griffin were Mrs. hostesses. guests Mrs. Shellie Hall Gerle of Bradley,Sr. of Kingsley Lake.
Barron. Starke, resides in Bradentonwith man, Mrs. Richard Welty, is
Cynthia Schmitt, Mrs. W. J. with to attend __ 1 _
her husband, Bradford assisting plans
ONE System Epperson, Mrs. Ronnie Birthday Party LTC Don Koretz, who has Locke, and three sons. the Convention on the Aging Miss Jayne Hardy, of
Sellers, Mrs. L. V. Harden, been on a tour of duty in scheduled for September 14 at Atlanta, Ga., daughter of Mr.
Mrs. L. T. Crews, Mrs. J. R. Germany for a month, has Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Jacksonville's Christ the King and Mrs. J.E. (Hardy has
COOLS & HEATS i I Kite, Mrs. R. G. Paterson, For Shannon HicksLittle joined Mrs. Koretz and Goldwire returned Friday parish. completed the requirementsfor
Mrs. M. R. Sanders, and Mrs. daughter, and Mrs. Arlen after ten days in Vineland, Mrs. Victor Ashline and a Master of Arts in
your entire home Capacity Range Margie Dowling. Shannon Hicke cele- McKnight for two weeks N.J. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Richard Pernini were Education. Miss Hardy is a
efficiently and Standing in the receivingline brated her first birthday leave. Mrs. Koretz and Ray Goldwire.They took their welcomed as new members. 1967 graduate of BUS. She
dependably*. 24.OOO to 60,000 were the honoree, her Saturday afternoon, Aug. 10, daughter have been visitingher grandsons, Hal, Greg and Father James Cregan received her undergraduate
The Weathertron System uses BTU/h mother, Mrs. W. T. Jackson, when her parents, Mr. and mother, Mrs McKnight, Ryan home after a month's announced that textbooks for degree from Tift College in
much less energy than an ordlThe Weathertfon System Is de- Sr., Mrs.Edna Scott, and Mrs. Mrs. Glenn Hicks, gave a the past month. visit here. Enroute home the religious instruction have Forsyth Ga. in 1971 her
nary electric furnace. Delivers pendable, too. General Electric Margaret Jackson, thehonoree's party for her in their back Goldwires visited Rev. and arrived. Parents are urged to master's degree was con-
from 1 Vol to 2% units of heat(destarted building heat pumps In grandmother.A yard.The. Mrs. Vergie Barksdale Mrs. William McAliley in have children attend classes firmed August 18, 1974 from
pending on climate) for every 1935. The Weathertron unit built yellow and green color Mickey Mouse themewas spent last week with Mr. and York, S.C.James scheduled to begin after Masson Mercer University in Macon,
unit of electricity It uses. Opertoday Is the result of exhaustive scheme was carried out. The carried out in the yard Mrs. Frank Bowen in Boiling September 22 for first Ga. Miss Hardy has been
ating costs are surprisingly low. testing and technical skill. tea table was covered with an and table decorations.The Springs, N. C. and Mr. and Blackshear un- through sixth grades. Classesfor employed with the Clayton
Call your GE Central'Air Conditioning Dealer Today for F...EaUrnat I imported linen cutwork cloth ten little guests were Mrs. Oliver Murray in St. derwent surgery last Fridayin Jr. High and Sr. High County Board of Education in
and centered with a silver given favors of balloons, hats, George, S. C. the Alachua General students will begin Wednesday Riverdale Ga. for the last
epergnette holding an whistles and candy cups. Hospital.Mrs. Sept. 25, from 7 to 8 three years and is teaching
arrangement of yellow and Assisting were Shannon's J. O. Winters of Hatties- p.m. first grade this year.
Don Brown Inc. white chrysanthemums and grandmothers, Mrs. R. V. burg. Miss. is visiting his Olin White, Mrs. M.A.
yellow, lighted tapers with Durrance and Mrs. S. R. brother-in-law and sister Dr. Baldwin, Mrs. Robert
I satin streamers. A four-tiered Hicks. and Mrs. H. G. Bollinger, for Barksdale and Mrs. J.E. NOTICE
cake at one end of the table -------- ten days. Hardy had luncheon at The
964-8041 was decorated with yellow Mike York of Malibu, Calif. Sisters restaurant in Orange
and white rosettes. spent last week with Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. A. Russell Park last Thursday Dr. Dopson's Office will be
Assisting in serving were Norman were visiting in celebrating the birthdays of
1 Mi. S. of Starke U. S. 301 South Mrs. Marc Jackson, Mrs. W. and Mrs. Mrs.F.W. Strickland Donald Thornton.and Mr. Tampa Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Baldwin and Mrs. White. closed on Sept. 20,21 &
T. Jackson, Jr. and Miss While there Mrs. Norman
I' attended the State Board Michael Bishop 12 years 22. .
meeting and workshop of the old, Mrs. Faye Whitehead and

.. Delta Kappa Gamma Societyat Miss Charlotte Whitehead As The Doctor and Staff Will Be
the International Inn on celebrated their September
-Saturday. Mrs. Norman is birthdays at a dinner party Attending An Educational SeminarSept.
serving on the State Scholar- Labor Day at the home of Mr.
ship Committee and on the and Mrs. A.B. Whitehead, Sr. 12 a 19
. State Research Committee.Mrs. .

Charles W. Schaffer of -
Atlanta visited her sister,
NOTICE Mrs. F. J. Shaw, from
Thursday to Sunday. End of SummerGood

Only 8 floor models left. 5,000
-21.000 BTU air conditioners.Must .
go at cost.SawyerSlade.

, And Air-Conditioning Gas k\- //P

964.7701 _
OF TAX INCREASETHE Cash & Carry Only _

Mr. and Mrs. H.M.
Richarde, Jr. and family of
Gainesville are spending
several days with Mrs.
Richarde, Sr.

Miss Trish Myers left last
Thursday for her junior yearat
Wesleyan College.

I
Mr. and Mrs. Bud Duke of
CITY OF LAWTEY, FLA. Auburndale spent the

weekend visiting the Lawson
families.

Mrs. Frances Hamilton,
Mrs. W.H. Hart, Mrs. Ruth
Frazier and Miss Mary
Faulkner attended the retired
teacher's convention in St.-

PROPOSES TO INCREASE YOUR PROPERTY TAXES. Saturday.Mrs.Petersburg. Thursday to C


A.G. Loudon and Mrs. r}
Grady Overstreet attended a
hair styling show at .Jekyll
Island on Sunday.

,
Mrs. Bill Epps of Starke and
Mrs. Lonnie Rhoden of

A PUBLIC HEARING ON THE INCREASE WILL BE HELD ; August Melrose 13 were to 17. in Nassau Selection Of


Mrs. Myrtle Dendy of
,I Jacksonville was weekend Doublewides. Choose
guest of Mr. and Mrs. E.W. To

Hayes. &- 12 W ides from
Only 8 floor models left. 5,000
-21,000 BTU air conditioners.
Must go at cost.SawyerSlade.

ON SEPTEMBER 19, 1974 AT 7:30 P.M. And Air-Conditioning Gas Don't Buy A Home Until You Have

964-7701 Checked With John Brown. He Can

Cash A Carry Only
,," Save You Money
Mrs. Sandra Forr of Ventura -
Calif. spent several days
last week with her grand-

,. mother, Mrs.Nelma Keen and John Brown's 473-3775
aunt, Miss Carolyn Keen.
; CITY HALL LAWTEY FLA. ;.:
.
David
.. <,It, SFC and Mrs.
SNu Montgomery and Aberdeen Price Mobile Home Center
'June :5 to Sept. 9 in .
.' 'Md. where Mr. Montgomery
.. :attended the Artillery School
.at Aberdeen Proving
Grounds. Montgomery made Dawn Payment
the highest grades in his class flakRbautOurExclumiv
while there. Ha Small,.
Rental. :
On
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie .9350
Wiggins of Stockton, Ga. were Purchase Plan Some Ham.
Sunday visitors of Mrs. L.D.
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Funds ApprovedFor County Joins Search For New Library I



Grade 1-3 with the recently purchased by Mr. Badcock Furniture Stare The until July 31,1975 to find a new
Library
County Commissioners met Monday but was written oft meeting and Mrs. William Wilson! of new owners gave the library home. I
with members of the County as a possible future library Board showed only 25,96132cash : ..
.. _.. --- -------
on hand and in bank with ------- ------ ,
Library Board Monday in a home because of its relatively .
Reading Program move to start negotiating for a small <">%,-100 square-foot) floor accounts payable of $5.377.13. I II Ij
showed
The report tSvOTJS
new home for the facility space.
c:;; CJremedytng when it vacates its present '"At present the library has stock inventory cost> in the I

St34.H9'a total of ltsrt.341\ many reading quarters next July 31 3.0M square feet and is: building committee-operated" oz4t FASHIONEDCity
ItII federal Title I: funds: under problems carry It is a meansof Commission ChairmanRalph already bulging: at the retail store "Soiff'nTbimgs.
the Elementary and Secondary presenting problems which Bryan said the only seams." Bryan. said. Charley E. Johns is
Education: Acl has been occur tater in: a student's tangible thung> to come out of Bryan said the original planof president of the Building: I
approved. Bradford schools career: he expiams. :Monday's meeting was a trying! to obtain matching Committee corporation. with
and will be,.;ted for the second Eleven teachers: and 19 feeling that "W e'n have to Federal funds for a Sioojno John Sanders vice: presidentand
.ear in a row in a concentrated teacher: aides wiB be employed help them find a new home,or library building seem treasurer. j Wide I
reading program in in the Title 1 program they It have to go out of hopeless: due to the: fact that. The building corporation
grades i. i.and:r..according to this year Some SiM.063. is business." Federal funds are no longer purchased: a site several years I
Richard Jockel curriculum'ccnrtdmator budget f"- !the teachers and Bryan said the Community available for library projects. ago for the proposed library at
State Back winch will be Likewise the December the northeast corner of Walnut
$S.1'3 .or aides These 31.
The Title t program is: up personnel will be used to work vacated when a new bank 1973 -statement of cacic tion" and Jefferson Streets. The IiJREVIVAL!
{from 393.))> last: !: year. Jockei with some) 437 students ingrades building is constructed at of the Bradford County property was paid for with
old the School Board Monday I. i, and 3 who> are at some future date was inspected Library Building Committee $3.000) contributed by local
ughi when he informed the the 3Kh! percentile and under by the two groups Inc.. as revealed at a recent donors various times raising
ooard of the State is a statewide reading projects sponsored by the
;
Department testing; :
>l Edaratien:: approval!; ; of the program. The Mth percentile! Starke Woman's Club, andJ2J.X 11 21
)) contributed the
Bra .lQl ;,:Jet] ;: he has is[ considered average. Jockei School Building I From Page 1, ................ of Starke. by City I I Wednesday Sept. -
ritten 1 ie reading program explains anything below is "It locks like we have three
.s oemg concentrated, IB the c'=row' average. taketsup at the Monday night cuts will be made in the aides ,'' said
:lrs> three grades m hopes of 1'e: .progr; .. budget also meeting Temple said. Another area options Tuesday: Bryan I II
I
menus H.9tW in teaching Deputy Supt Kilpatncfe which could require more 1. Find the
library a to
supplies, St.083: for other m- suggested that at some time money might be retirement move; place I Fill Local Chunchvs &
301DRIVEIN soructioeai supplies such as the board might set aside: an funds if teachers transfer to :J. Helpit construct a
field trips paper planbooks.Si ; entire meeting for the the Florida Retirement ,
building
.J39 m audio-visual supplies discussion: of curriculum System from the teacher's 3. Discontinue thes valuable Mm mhmrm Br* Invited
I
: 53.L:9: in insurance for within the system. retirement system. Temple service to the public.

employees retirement and S9-4 115.793 such: indirect costs Ween the 17th "
as : Supt.; somewhere else. another to fold up. He said the Com
program evaluation and Temple asked joking with the teacher said
mission had
FRI.SAT.JAMES ii; -.I:''Jr' salary board that it is: already Last year more latitude was outlay funds as some: a possible capita I This Great Cause
I m catching flack; on it. meeting Sept. IS and Sept. 19. allowed with EOO.OOO in local source of construction aid if
outJ'm going to stick with It." :so how about in between In a funds being put back into the
BOND IS BACK the Library Board comes up
locket says of the program serious veto. Temple program Temple said. "This with a feasible plan.
-i1I'fi' :' JG\IM'.Il2E'n: 3 CCL::::;.... emphasis on the first three reiterated his previous year we do not have thatflexibility. Register building now I II
Here
M R..1IIItG'S grades Teachers argue that suggestion that the board bold ." he said. housing the library was Are Some Of The Gospel Singing Groups. II I
the should be the I
program spread two meetings a month
'
From RUSSITJJuNo spec-rum. first for business the secondon I
: Jockel says but he curriculum. "I'm san in
,vm'll.CVE argues that in the past the favor of that. the superintendent Suspect Jailed In UnionLAKE I Windy Johnson I Messengers I
program has been spread out said.
@irf tV.IAUllECI( O7;; ; too much to be effective. A The board will meet again BUTLER Raymond She was reported missing at Byrd FamilyRUllatiolls I
id0it; 1 study last year revealed" that Thursday. Sept 19. to award Stone. 33.: sought for 9 a.m. by her husband. Marvin Starts
,':* .' I !!.. -tlurlt rs X : .oncsntratuig on grades 1-3 bids: opened :Monday night! on questioning in the death of Smith. when neighbors found I II
mproved students in furniture for Starke\ Mrs Jacqueline Joanna the abandoned family car
mathematics and spelling as Elementary food items and Smith, by Union County about a mile from their home.
"" eil as reading. Jockei says. paper plates. Sheriff John Whitehead was Stone, an ex-convict. farm Salazar
------------- Staff reports) included an apprehended in Missouri last laborer who resided with the I Family 7:30:
On second Thought A announcement by Ted week following a traffic accident Smith's also disappeared on I
:ouple was. considering a Oglesby.! vocational-technical there in which Stone the same date as Mrs. Smith Ephesians
Son. & Mon. divorce but after pricing director that two grants was: involved. and became a prune suspect I I
1 takers, decided: to paint the approved by the school boardseveral Stone was held by the in the woman's disap-:
'\louse .nstead. weeks ago have now Missouri authorities after pearance.A I I IBradfordHiqhSchDDI

.:.... c .II........ :..a.iaeer been approved by the State they found that he was wantedby nationwide alert was put
1.JLUE' Department of Education. the Division of Corrections out for Stone following the
do"sETTAkGEE.a.f .. ,One: grant is: for $:,01)) for for a sex crime committed in discovery of Mrs. Smith's : :
heavy equipment and the 1970: in Flonda. decapitated and partially
other is for SU.351 for special He has been returned to dismembered body in the
... C ::. oW FLORIDATHEATRE education classes at the vo- Florida and is now in custodyat Santa Fe River on September- I Auditorium
I. tech school Lake Butler. 1Sheriff I
GiC The board approved school Mrs Smith the mother of John Whitehead said
2: .c= board polIcy updates and three small children, failed to Wednesday that the latest I I II
changes which were her development in the case wasStone's
return to Providencehome
DOR' BY LOVE distributed to the board and on August 23 after return to custody by I lOur Revival Has Been Delayed Due To Weather & The Elections I
public at the August 6 Florida authorities, and that
until the
A.NO BASK ROBBINGH.VOUN Fri. Sat & Sun, meeting Approval came on General working Electric midnight Plant at near his investigation was being I Come On Out & Join Us In Our Revival 11rII1GPt8tCrIyII

recommendation of the administrate Gainesville. rigorously pursued. _
CU.r4".r" I IXU.a"i' -e staff One policy -----------------------

J+ti. "sx.ssrloa3 .UtaJ setting mileage rates for using
I school buses for field and
athletic aj deleted Prices Good Thurs. 12 Sun. 15
I from the adopted policies at 1
\c\ the suggestion of Board ,
I"tIfRgW Member[ Rodne Hall _
t9 )>> .
TO an i MANY FR L'IL S '-hanging 12 cents per mile for : -..-
incise INDIANS,MEXICANS, a regular school bus and 6
'cents for a mint-bus will be i
Pone) WHITES,
AiDOTMERCOt1 /!D PEOPLE 1 handled administratively
Confusion over collective
"'..ounu mm: .OWM bargaining was not cleared up ttH center
I u cajMu OOC"'JII MHO-TO. m.'PG i presented to the board by0-
+ICaixt2ife c
Tech Teacher Joe Warren

.D using Hall the stated meeting that Warren to\ discuss w.as a 301tE ([(!: ( ( f! lf(]

split within between the system two groups U. S. LLSHOPPING CENTER St ar k e. Ha.Ocen .

The stated
superintendent
.. .. n that no one knows at this time .:: Man WJ: 9 To 8 Thurs. Sat 9 To 9 Sun 12 To 6
.' Eastman what the collective: bargaining
'T cr bills says and suggests that
guidelines will help school
boards across the state to
:xwroa.c-ass A film fcr the "
=
-. .. v...o'e' fare, -=- understand how to implement
1_ .__s.awucwrraea w. the regulations
Ir--e e..tr/' the S'SS AJs' *.
Warren charged FEA
Florida Education Assoc: >
with misleading: teachers. He
asked clarification on {five AUI t
points which he says are
stated in the bill1> arbitration
is not binding on the
school board '2 failure of SHEETSand
DOUGLAS
REUNIONThis board to appropriate funds for
an agreement is not an unfair
Sunday labor practice < 3 the law does "'
not say that boards must PILLOWCASES C-
listen to teachers 4 administration -
15 New miracle
Sept. I permanent -
: must furnish at) f *
'no iron '
press
materials required to make
up
At Lake muslin
ButlerIn the budget '5 compensation of fine quality
for moderators shall be borne yarns. 50% Polyester
Recreation Center by the party requesting\ it SOT. Cotton, with
The board withheld 128 threads
comment per
Registration Starts At 10 a.m.
on all the points until square inch for long
guidelines are presented. -- wear. White only*
Business M..ting At NoonA No mention was. made of the

previously stated recom !. 1.
Picnic Lunch Will B. mendation to transfer aides ,
S.rv.d at 1
p.m. .
from the schools to Title I aide -- PILLOWCASES
classifications until Carolyn $19
All 'Family Conn.cfions' and Friends are invitedto i Canova an elementary Standard soe.

com and bring> a picnic lunch. teacher. brought the subjectup
i at the close of the meeting.
U the utility costs exceed

budgeted amounts the first r.1: SIZE $29

Fitted.FULL Ea,
This is your invitation to hear


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September 15th 20th .i

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The Hampton NEWS Senior WINN.DIXIE STORES. .INC.
i COPYRIGHT 197.o
Citizen's Club met L I _-
\Friday, Sept.6, for a Pot-luck -
Supper Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Krieger of Waldo and Mr. and .
Mrs. Raleigh Brannon of i
Bedford Lake were new
members. Guests were Joe
Kerrigan and Mr. and Mrs. LL
Ted Curtis. The rest presentwere
regular members. It wasa
wonderful evening of
fellowship, good food and fun. w ,,,,t! a, I e I ,
Our regular meetings are the
first and third Fridays of each ( ''''1 'IL j Y eEEF PEOP
month, with the next meetingto t
be September 20 at 7:30: A44$ ; r
p.m. The door prize was won I ; FOOd
by Josephine Fontaine, and Stamps

game Krieger prizes Sarah were Taylor won by, Buck Paul 1 further at PRICES GOOD THURS. SEPT. 12

Dennison, Ted Curtis, Ruth
Dennison, Raleigh Brannan, /Un-Dixie THRU WED. SEPT. 18GRO
Bill Fontaine, Joe Kerrigan, LB.
and Genette Krieger.The 1

Hampton Senior EEYe.
Citizen's were well INSP. W-D W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE IRISH RIB HALF OR WHOLE

September The Senior represented North Citizens Florida at 3 the at that meeting the Council was Pratt held of of ANDiEEF CHUCK ROAST P LOIN

Street Recreation Center in
Starke. Mr. and Mrs. Gene
Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn SAVE s SAVE
hall Mr. and Mrs. W. Fon- $ 99 _
taine, and Mrs Evelyn 31c 2Vr
Vaughan all attended from u ,j u, 9 8
Hampton. 5 3 SAVE .. '
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CITY NEWS : :N. L B.A .
The Hampton City council :.G. 40c U S. C C LB. ,
met September 4 due to the
political rally at the
Elementary School in USDA GRADE "A" QUICK FROZEN WeD BRAND WeD BRAND BRAND USDA CHOICE PORTERHOUSE OR
Hampton on the 3rd.The early

date which election meeting of is to the the was be regular Hampton held due Sept.meeting to City the 10, BAKING HENS CHUCK STEAKWD STEAKS


Council. It was a short

meeting contract going with to the Don mowing Brown E 08 S 98
and the garbage contract $ rE $
going to William Barnes, ;
BAVI 10WD
these two being the low bid- 49
ders for each of the contracts. 1 ( ) BRANDFRANKS
:: :
There ment except was for very Mr.little Summers com- LB. lB. :::i: -

asking for more information I y.r69cMONOGRAM LB.
about the fill-in on the City
b-
property.If .

you have any news you LONG GRAIN SAVE 20e W.D IRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF BONELESS SAVE tOe FRESH PORK SAVE 18c DIXIE DARLING I

can General at P.O.leave Box Store it at 160 or the send Hampton Hampton it to me or Rice 3 lAG La. 98C: SHOULDER Chuck OR Roast II. $1'q Spare Ribs . $119 Family, Loaf 3 LOAVES 20.,..' $100

THRIFTY MAID
call me at 4681156. SAVE 21c W.D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF SIRLOIN OR SAVE lie FRESH BOSTON' BUTT SAVE 17e DIXIE DARLING HAMBURGER

Luncheon Meat V68C: TOP Pork Roast . 88C: Buns 3 A& 88C:
SCHOOL NEWS Round Steak $198 LI. . .
KRAFT BAR.B.QUESauces LI.
Hampton ElementarySchool SAVE lie FRESH BOSTON BUTT SAVE 17e DIXIE I DARLING .
is operating in full As 39C: SAVE 31c WO BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF BONELESS
I swing with enthusiastic ' Round Steak $188 Pork Steak . LB 98C: Hot Dog Buns 3 AS 88C:
students and faculty. The ARROW ALUMINUM LI
TALMADGE BRAND
VINE

present 155.Mr.. Casey enrollment is serving stands as at FoilSAVE . . 3 ROllS 2S' 88C: SAVE Chunk lOc W-D BRAND Bacon SMOKED LB' 99C: Sliced Bacon 'A?: 99C: Tomatoes RIPE . 3 lIS. $1

principal and also conducts lOc JUMBO SCOTT SAVE lOc HORMEL BONELESS US. No.1 VENT VUE REGULAR 20-L5. BAG $1.49
science classes. Mrs. Noelle Towels 2 88: SELECTED (SKINNED 4 SLICED) Cure 81 Ham $1"1 :
Potatoes 10 79
Silk teaches kindergarten, ROLLS Beef Liver . LI.99c: . BAG
Mrs. Jean Clark is first grade
teacher Mrs. Deborah
Patrick has second and Mrs.
Ernestine Denmark teaches STAR-KIST LIGHT CHUNK BETTY CROCKER LAYER CALIFORNIA WHITE SEEDLESS


third selene teacher Wigglesworth grade.Zimmerman is Mrs.,Fourth Mrs.Kathryn teaches grade Ear- TUNA FISH J CAKE MIX GRAPESSAVE


fifth and Mrs. Carole Shields
: instructs sixth graders this t
year. Mrs. Arleen Rich is SAVE

again special assisting reading students needs. Rick with IT612oz. 12c $

Ezzell conducts Physical 3& 88* 3
Education classes for entire 'w

student specialized. Mabel body every Sanders afternoon.Mrs. aide isteacher's CAN 181/2-OZ.PKGS. LBS.

with the fourth, fifth and sixth Limit 4 with $7.50 or more purchai excluding cigarette*.
'
grades. Mr. Roger Rich and
Mrs Dolores Meng are aide's KRAFT ( SUPERBRAND TWIN POPS OR
:
\,\ith the primary grades. Mrs. ) ( )

, again assisted Blonnie as Dirkman cafeteria by Mrs.is manager serving Neva MAYONNAISESAVE I GGREEN-BEANS FUDGE BARS

Williamson and Mrs. Florrie
Belle Brown. Mrs. Lucy
Hodges is the cheerful school
secretary and helps out in SAVE o SAVE
many other areas. Mr. Wiley IT kRAJr $ $
Sweat is the efficient 17c Sac
custodian. The school i is aAV I 2
fortunate to have Mrs. 32-ox. J 12PACKJAR
Maureen Paul as librarian.
Mrs. Phyllis Talley conducts CANS 1'.r' PKGS.SAVE .
' regular art classes, Mrs. Jo
i Benson delights students with
music classes, and Mrs.
Margaret Hardy comes in as lie THRIFTY MAID CORNED FRESH FLORIDA .MORTON MACARONI 4 CHEESE!! OR SPAGHETTI 4 MEAT GREEN GIANT NIBLETS CORN

guidance On the evening counselor.of August, 23, Beef Hash . r58c: Avocados. 3 FOil $1 Pot Pies . 4z'I $1 On The Cob. .2 6!S: $1
Mrs. Carole Shields accompanied -
"THE ENERGY DRINK"Gatorade U S. No.1 RIPE JUICY AStOM HOllOWAY

attend graders the to the historical St.Augustine fifth and drama sixth to . 3" :r.. $1 1 Peaches . 3 iFRCSH $100] Orange Juice 3 CANS $1 1 Pork HOUSE Chops STUFFED '%* $199

\ SAVE 17c DEL MONTE GREEN SUPf RSRAND WHIPPED
"Cross and Sword. Mr. and HOLLOWAY HOUSE STUFFED TURKEY
OR
I! and Mrs. Tom several Casey parents, Bill Shields and Catsup. . 3 ltz $1 1 Cabbage . u12C Topping . 3 )CTNI.Dar. 9 1 00 Beef Roll . 'VS;:;:: 139

friends accompanied the SAVE He JIP PEANUT U.S. No'l YELLOW SUPIRSRANO COFFEC MRS.
group to this wonderful, inspiring '11 o" : : 16er $ 100 PAULS BUTTERED
production. Butter . . JAR 79C Onions . 5 .L:G 79C Creamer. . 5 CTN Fish Fillets 'ft,:?: $119
DEEP SOUTHPeanut MORTON CHICKEN BEEF OR TURKEY FOX 01 IUXE HAMBURGER. SAUSAGI OR

Butter "x; 99C Pot Pies . 4 SS't $1 Cneese Pizza 14-o SIZI. <. 69c Chicken DOUGLAS WHOLE aSsr 99C
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ONt OF 1 MEN CMOSCM" I d7( GREEN STAMPS I I GREEN STAMPS Jet GREEN STAMPS ( JfX GREEN STAMPS I
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SELECT A PtUMANCNT :i TWO JUMBO ROLLS i BOXCARNATION TWO PACKAGES All FLAVORS c ,.-... CAN i "' MB.c CUPSUPIRBRANO ---w I
JITft FOR THE!: CAPITAL SCOTT McVITliSCookies IVSOl SPRAY CREAMED
OF FLORIDA. : Paper Towels InstantQTnstant Milk I DisinfectantGOOD e Cottage
Cheese I
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1333 TO EXPLORE THE THRU o-o CANSMINUTI
STUFFED GREEN PEPPER" OR i 14I1 TOWN SQUARE '
REGION IN AND AROLJNOTALLAHASSEE. MAID
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September 12,197-1 TELEGRAPH Page


Union County Voting Results 1 Runoff SERVICE MEN ''I


Prec Grand For BoardIn Navy Firemen Jeffrey L. Starke. 4\
1 2 3A 3B I 4A 4B 5A 5B Total Aba Total Baker, of Hampton, and Their training included
.. I William O. Knowles, of instruction in seamanship
Robert. {Bobby) Anderson; ...... --96 "154 87 40 48 43 23 87 578: _3.4----PRJ ClayGREEN Starke, recently graduatedfrom military regulations, firefighting

.Gerald Griffis -- -:1.J: ,. .6 '120"- 8'''' Z6 ;LSLl". = .X26 28 43-_. -19 Naval recruit Training training Center at the, aid, and,close Navy order history.drill, first

Ellcano Reeves 38 61 46 3. .--21.... 89j 2 2 8 22.L'' COVE SPRINGS Orlando.
_County CommissionerDist. .;! 4:. I i ;i With 3133 votes, former Baker is the son of Mr. and Knowles is scheduled to
61 _.95__ _._.773 _. 38 811J. Clay County Zoning Board Mrs. Jeff Baker of Hampton, report to Machinist's Mate
gO-i-32 t
Archie demons 5? .
_.. ..113.. ,,197.13.. ._" .. \ 45 795 Chairman Lee Drawdy holds and Knowles is the son of Mr. School at Great Lakes, Ill for
'Blt.Q..ll.sm1th .. ",,12.1_ .51. ]".3 _.27.10' 8 1 120 759. I i the lead in the race for Dis- and Mrs. O.L. Knowles of further training.
School 1 f trict 2 county commissioner.
.. ... I
Tommy Mobley .. .. ___ .148.. 232.. 1f9---5.Q Q4 113--24. tl!+ ?5_ _.5a--9l'L1{ Laurence 555 votes E. Jones Robert received C.-

Nathan. Trowel) .. .. ,_ 89. ,11_ _9l---3J.: .. .89_ ..86_1r I __68 79 27 606-1 Hilyard had 472;; Edna P. Norman

..School Board D1st.. 3.: I Griffith had 368, and Larry
Donald G.' Dukes 115 169 125." ...24 ,,109. ..1QO..__"..17"..LJ.o 7943-: A. Kelly Jr. trailed with 230.

62 53 13 __ Former deput" sheriff T.
36
J&f..l B. (Bobby) Hawkins 73 73 35 --- Construction

1.1fttter.1:! Williams 53 I I 119 75 22 24 ,,42 .,14 \ 521-.__ 401 15 ? ,416 ?. tractor H. Bruning Roy led Tayler building, 2545 con to

School Board D1st-2..=. I i 1,859, in the District 4 county \
-- Aay' Powell- 129 ; 196 99 39 49 73 12 ; 81.i:. t- ... 681 39 720.Pamela commissioner race. .i4..L1.Q8! 124 32 i l4 I 869__ 42. 9:1.1.: .. Charles J. McGlave had a e'( """ : _
B s Thomas .1J.5J..R: ,. 2,498 to 1.890 lead over incumbent \\\ t\ \ =- I
Richard T. Lovornfor :;:: I
the District 3 school 'fJ'e .. __ .__-
FOREST SAVER..:
RAIN ISA
board
race.
Town Too Small Now ... BUT WHEN I'TS DRV AND I i I

HOT.ONLYYQQCANPREVENT.FOREST FIRES Clay Paving & Construction Remodeling

For Committee Of 100There 473-2127 COMMERCIAL CIRCLE KEYSTONEHas Additions

*
the rain got you downin
will be no Committeeof from the Chamber.
-Heard from
100 at least for the present Suggestion was that the a report the mud-
George Huggins on the plans Concrete Work
time the Board of Governorsof group undertake projects for for the 1974 Calf Scramble set \\ *
the Starke-Bradford the betterment of Starke and
Chamber of Commerce Bradford County.An for along Oct., Huggins 12. Plans said are rolling as. he 1r ll I d Let us pave the way for you.
decided at its
meeting open discussion
reviewed committee
ap- 533-2871 782-3352
Thursday, Sept. 5. followed, during which pointments. He named Ray K.L. REEVES or
It was the consensus of the President Pierce explainedthat FREE ESTIMATES
assistant cashier at
Norman OWNER 4IPd
Chamber board, following the concept of a "com the Community State Bank, to Be extra Careful with
discussion, that the Bradford mittee of 100" is popular in head the committee to judge matches and eampfirctl!
County Development larger cities to( promote and record books submitted.
Authority and the Industrial area and attract new industry.In Huggins announced that the
Development Committee of other action, the -
FFA will not have a
supper
the Chamber will suffice to Chamber Board
: before the scramble as in past
handle any projects such a -Was informed of FFA and 4-H memberswill LOAD
committee might undertakeand President Pierce's appointment years.ask donations on tickets TG& Y
that the present size of (of Freeman
in the
for a side of beef as past. :
Starke does not merit such an Register III as vicepresidentof
organization now. the Chamber, replacing
President George Pierce Gordon Howell, DuPont plant J
read a proposal submitted to manager who has been HOME -UP
the Chamber that a Com transferred from the area. tht
mittee of 100 such as that of -Was advised that a new family center
the Jacksonville Chamber of city map will have to be NOTESBY
Commerce, be formed in published soon. Advertising -: :. .:
Starke. The proposal was that spaces 2>'2 by 2'/i inches
the committee be of not less square will cost$30and will be KATHY BROWNA ITru00 OQ ru Q J
than 100 business men with sold to Chamber members ,
annual dues of $100, and that only. The board approved the week or so ago I was u. S. 301 SHOPPING CENTER S1arka Fla.Open Won Wed 9 To 8. Thurs. Sat. 9 To 9 Sun 12 To 6

(the organization be separate project. visiting with a homemakerand .

_. ...... .-..-. .-....... we were discussing her Prices Good Thurs. 12- Sun 15
------ -------------'- -- -- and whether another
carpet,
STRRKESER fiber might have given her Use Our
better wear and less upkeep.
This is a subject that many of GINGHAM
FOODCENTER you may be interested in,
especially if this is the year
you've decided to carpet some KET
of the house.
You need to know what's Lay loo .
.. .. Acrylic
available, and what you are gingham soft blanket. + a.
UNDER NEW looking for before you make print in colors. Popular
such a major investment.
.
MANAGEMENTOpen Remembers, carpeting isn't '
something you buy every dayor A :
-
( even every year), so some 4"Nylon

Six days a week9:00a.mtil7:00p.m. knowledgeable necessary. You'll buying be living is Washable

with your choice for many
: : years, and it's better if you
are happy choice.and satisfied with Way j "*- Ea. j-
your
All hinds of Whether you're thinking of ERMAL '
adding wall to wall carpetingto '' J
Florida Fish in Season the living room, a room size
carpet in the family room or
EVERY PURCHASE HAS A MONEY BACK GUARANTEE an area rug in the back hall, Plan
try to learn about the many
carpet fibers, styles, and Acrylic blanket v
hear 72'x
90
Come see us-you colors available.To 4 nylon
edge. "
consider carpet cleaning, Colors, ,i'I as 1
We Are Now Accepting Food Stamps
,
cost and durability you'll
212 E. WASHINGTON AVE. need to know various types of :i '
fibers available in carpeting.Wool Throw 66fa. :
964-8740 the most expensive
carpet fiber available, has
always been considered the
elite of carpeting and has been

X:> ,) the different standard fiber performances.Wool in comparing. PillowsSolids C011

keeps its appearance for
long periods and has the excellent -
property of resilience.
This means the carpet will t
spring back to its original and ManyAdditional ,.; S
appearance even after furniture -
has been placed on it or
The Safe' Select Now fall there's been a lot of traffic. Prints

Insect Wool also has good abrasion Styles
VegetablePlants resistance which means it's
Control fairly strong and won't wear

:VegetableJFlower On All out today repellents.quickly.are treated They Wool burn with carpets slowly moth $ 1 00 To Choose From In Stock

and extinguish fast in case of a

fire.Nylon carpets are probablybest
Etc.5Sev'inDust. known for] their strength,
C durability and moderate 1
69
priced.Nearly.
all types of nylon FD .
Tray carpet fibers available today
have improved soil hiding
|41b. Bag Get An Early Start abilities and keep their new
Reg- $137 With Your look much longer than older Electric Blankets 1s

1 Kills Fleas & Vegetable Garden nylon carpets. FIra"S'
Plant Acrylic carpets resemblewool CNinB
Too Now
On Animals in both appearance and co erlled Pill
M
Twin and Full Size
feel more than any other man- rWSws. r, .r
made fiber. All acrylic carpet

Save 30 Now resistance fibers have, they're good abrasion rated $1588to$18
umo
medium to high in resiliencyand C t
have good resistance to :
soil and stains. Acrylic,
although being cheaper than --
Power Drive 16275 wool,compares favorably to it
in durability.
Olefin carpets are widely BATH
21" Whirlwind used in the indoor-outdoor
carpets and have the strengthand
Wind durability of a nylon )-
3.5 HP- Famous Toro
won't rot,
carpet. They TOWELS .
Tunnel Housing That Vacuums mildew,stain,stretch, shrink, Beacon "

Your Lawn As You Mow discolor build up even static under fade outdoor or 100% Cotton terry towels. 22" x>< 42" & r 1 r' '1-,'

weather conditions.And 22" x 44". Many patterns. "' 1' t d'
PI
finally, there are the ; ; aI
15995Regular
polyester carpets. Polyestersare 45x72
high in strength, have a 44

Price s189" soft like,wool luxurious they're appearance resilient, ; Stadium 100% Acrylic
they resist shedding and they :
tOIIDA GARDEN' clean easily. Many of the new Slight
shag and plush pile carpetsare $ 88

EST CENTER Ultimately made of,polyester.carpet's color, Irregulars Each Blankets 4

011101. 539 East C.U St. texture and pattern may be
more Important to you than its
PH. 9.64-5745
a.... performance characteristics.

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CAN AFGOv ; I I.I Second Project ConsideredFor FORESTRY

< .Bless yam. IN BRADFORD COUNTY
y .
Gb1NN3y :;;;

-.I -0en Bicentennial FundsBoard

=:::- Terry Reedy
Farm Forester!
(:0 at an earlier meeting Appearing before the School wholeheartedly considered.
Monday for use of the former Board earlier Monday night, The thing that is particularly I
6'b RJE school building in the Judge Sanders asked the interesting at this time is that So .
Reno section as a community board for its approval of the the community seems to be Long ,
education center, including community education center behind the effort." Oak trees play a significantrole
recreation facilities, meeting concept for RJE, and stressed F/FELLOW$ : in the makeup of the
to spearheadtwo rooms, and office space. that the work would be done Board attorney Gene Shaw forests of the United States. ,

Bicentennial proposed Mrs. C.F. Bateman, head of with no cost to the board. It is read a state statute giving __ 7'VE ..sUFFERED The many species of the genus I
projects were made Monday Quercus make the most
that up
hoped reconditioning school boards the
the authority to
night Bradford at a meeting of the Education county's program Community, outlineduses maintenance, and upkeep can allow use of educational ENOUGH important aggregation of I
County Bicentennial done with local hardwoods found on the North
be
to state, and facilities by the
which the community.
Committee in the new courthouse building American continent The oaks
federal funds
under a Board member w.
would be put if rehabilitated Rodney Ac
provide more native timber
and said it would be patterned Bicentennial grant Judge Hall's motion that the board
:'Committee Chairman Elzie after a successful neigh- Sanders said. give its approval and intent to annually broad-leaved than any other trees.groupof The

Sanders reported that approval borhood service center Supt.\ Jim Temple termedthe cooperate was unanimously / conifers (pines and spruces),
had just been given by facility in Green Cove request a legitimate one approved however still provide a much

the Bradford County School Springs. that "I'd like to see Chairman Seeber D. larger volume of lumber herein

Goodman said, "I qI the United States.
appreciatethe
Point[ ; view suggestion. I,
11III : of: : .... ......... .... .. .... ..... ... ... .. .. .. .. ... .. have been looking for personally a use for, Other uses that certain
that building." species of oak have providedfor
yIQEIY l man include cork taken
Col. Harry M. Hatcher Jr. f94 > Q from two species that grow
was named chairman of a principally in southern
I The Kitchen Is Getting HotCity committee to draw up plansfor PPrRDDNotcrr5 Europe. Tannin was also

the RJE project and r obtained from certain species
present them to the Bicentennial and ink used to be derived
Committee for approval Dp (}l0o from the insect leaf galls of
before forwarding to European oaks as well The
Councilmen elected in Tuesday's And the worst apparently, has yet to Tallahassee for a requested I DrusrM'N: western tribes of the U S.

voting will have their work cut out for come. Due to the shortage of naturalgas grant. Others serving on the 6E WE MASS WE co5'rs Indians found acorns to be a

,them during the next two years, with the city could obtain only enough to committee are Mrs. Batemanand I staple of their daily diets
Mrs Altamease Chandler Today as in the past wildlife
the city facing serious financial operate the plant for 188 days this year. Coupe 'su FeR'L such as deer and squirrels

problems, which apparently will get Since it costs about $2,000 a day more to THF1T / feed heavily on acorns of such
worse before they get better. operate the plant on diesel than on gas, E.L. Matthews was named K E oaks as the live oak here in
chairman of the
committee'sother Florida. Many whiskey
this added expense made it necessary

Right off the bat, the newcomers will for the city to place a 35% surcharge on reconditioning Bicentennial of the project old, oak.barrels are still made of white

be faced with a 1974-75 budget that, at electric bills during the months of June, Bradford County courthouse,

this writing is some $202,000 out of July August, and September. which has already been for- The oak group which is saidto
balance (short of revenue) after all warded to the State Bicentennial consist of over (60; native

sources of anticipated revenue have Rather than being a temporary office in Tallahassee ina species in the U.S.. crosses
grant application for $20,000 readily creating many hybrid
been tapped. measure, it now appears that this sur-
in state or federal funds. species. Even on one
given
charge must be continued, or even in- tree there can be a tremen-

The seriousness of the situation was creased, since the city has been notified Matthews said the sub- dous variation in leaf form,
that another 100 will be off committee on grants will meet considerable
discussed at a civic club last week by days lopped creating con-
Monday, Sept. 16, and word is
fusion in identification
Mayor-Commissioner Neil its natural gas allotment in 1975. In 1976 proper
retiring expected the
on grant application -
This extreme variability
Tucker, who categorized the city's natural gas will be curtailed for 276 after that meeting. provides one of the most

present and future problems as: finan- days, and in 1977 for 315 daysmeaning I He said the Tallahassee office puzzling problems in
cial..anticipated growth..land use that the power plant will have to be had indicated the old courthouse taxonomy jet unanswered.
diesel for all but 50 days. project was being
planning..and the need for a new land operated on
regarded the
favorably on
do oaks
Not only produce
fill (garbage dump) site. To this might The staggering cost to the city at that state level as a desirable lumber and other commercial

also be added a deteriorating sewer time is obvious, unless something Bicentennial project. Serving products, they are also used a
with old trunk lines happens to relieve the natural gas with Matthews on this com- great deal as shade trees
system springing leaks and, original flooding the disposal supply shortage, or lower the price of mittee are James F. Blood- .......,................ .................................................... ........ ....... ... around the home. The pin oak,
diesel. worth M.A. Baldwin, and white oak and northern red
plant causing the outflow to fall below Mrs. C.A. Knight = oak are used a lot tar this

the standard of purity set by the State The picture, present or future, is not t tok purpose, Here in FlorIda oaks
Pollution Control Board. good and since the City Council has Starke Recreation director are also used in the yards, to
County Agents By .
Randall Davis said that the ..
ward olf the summer sun The
already cut its options by setting its local National Guard unit and '

j "We have just spent $750,000," millage at a rollback figure before work the Recreation Departmentare Notebook Bobby ., :l" UIY! HIGH PRICES? live most oak common laurel ones oak die waiter the

Tucker said "to enlarge the capacity of started on the 1974-75 budget, there coordinating their effortsto oak, and on high, dry sites. the
the power plant," with most of the seems to be no alternative but another develop an additional ball Taylor Letter To The Editor: turkey oak. The water oak

remainder of the $1,250,000 bond issue increase in utility rates.In park on school property and { seems to be the most popular
interest in ob-
being earmarked for sewer repair and expressed Have you or your wife ever oak shade tree in the Bradford
taining funds through the gone to a store to buy some County area.
his of the
expansion needs. presenting picture city'sfinancial Bicentennial program. He food? Have ever
you won-
situation Tucker suggested was told to submit plans and I glanced over the articles I have written this year and dered why the high, higher, Many think that oaks
three cost estimates at the next have found that most of them started by about the slow
The city's immediate financial crisis possible solutions: talking and still higher prices? are very growers and
was precipitated mainly by the shortageof regular meeting of the weather and the seasons. These two things do have a lot to do are, therefore, reluctant to
1. Short termanother upward ad- Committee on October H, 7:30: with the success or failure of our crops and livestock. Well let me give you six plant them. Some also feel
natural gas required to run the power justment of utility charges. p.m. Another reason I taft about t them is to remind our folks to get reasons, there are many, that it is hard to get one to
t plant and the horrendous increase in certain things on their farms on the way. many more, but space survive. This is not the case il
the price of diesel oil which must be used prohibits. attention is given the tree
when the gas gives out. 2. Long termthe possible tapping of I have mentioned before that our cattlemen are facing when planting and during its!
nuclear power supplied by generating Scouting more problems now than they have for many years. Very Number one is Caesar first few years of growth.I WIth i

For instance, the tentative budget plants yet to be constructed. few, if any, see any prospects for any chance to make a profit Chave, Marxist agitator, and fertilizer and water applications -
.'I News for many months. To most it will be difficult to survive unless other labor unions such as given at the

prepared by City Clerk Merrill Edwardsas 3. Intermediatea tie in to obtain they increase the production efficiency on their farms and Longshoreman's andWarehousemen's you can get an propertimes oak to
Council consider- ranches.
a starting point for A.F.L. into shade
when needed from Carolyn Eaves develop a very nice
ation, shows $547,746 budgeted for power neighboring C.I.O., United AutoWorkersand tree in 20 to 25 years If you
diesel in 1974-75, as compared to distributors.The 964-8812 In my opinion the best way to increase production efficiency others. don't feel like waiting that
is to improve forage production I have
$115,000 spent for this item in 1973-74. Council will begin its budget Many thanks to the people of been promoting clover and hope that many programs.of our grass Number two is Communistslike long transplanting, you have trees the that option have of

sessions next week, and MayorCommissioner this area for their support pasture will be seeded to clover next month. Research has Harry Bridges and The already been growing a few
The price of diesel has increased from Tucker has announced his inten- with the Girl Scout Fund shown that a 50 percent clover stand in a clover grass mix National Council of Churches, years.

$770 for a 7,000 tank load last year, to a tion to invite newly elected Councilmento Drive. We have refrained ture will provide up to 100 pounds of nitrogen for summer and others.

current price of $2,013 per tank load. At sit in on these meetings, the better to from unless calling we could it a explain fund drive what fertilizer grass production.program This since could nitrogen mean is a one real of savings the most in costly your Number three is Hate AMERICAN The April 1973 FORESTS issue; of

this time of year with air conditioningunits prepare themselves'for events to come. the need was. It is our desireto fertilizer elements. Clover also provides a high protein feed Peddlerslike Stokley Car- magazine contains the
going full blast the power plant Theirs will not be an easy task during have eight roundup tents to when most needed in a cow-calf operation resulting in michael and others. American i Forestry

consumes more than a tank load a dayat the ensuing years, and they will need all be used for troop camping that healthy and heavier, better producing animals. Number four is the prices, Association's "Social Registerof

a cost of $1,200 a day more for fuel the help they can getboth now and in would round remain basis.in Starke These tents on a Here are some suggestions when consider and labor common senses Big Trees," This is a list of
fuel last year you establishing will tell when it the largest trees of every
than this same cost year. the future. are now costing at least $80. clover this year: anyone costs
of tree known to
more to get a product to given species
We are still receiving
donations and would -Select soils that are naturally moist but not market a person must get be growing in the United
to
ap- subject
more out of it at the market. States. Included in that list
preciate yours. A special prolonged flooding. and the additions contained in

I Expletive DeletedWe thanks donating to Terwillegar a tent.Motorsfor Also -Have your soil tested and apply the recommended kinds Number five is devaluationof the June 1974 issue of
the dollar which is done AMERICAN FORESTS are 88
generously contributing have and amount of limestone. Remember that adequate pH and
only by The Federal Reserve species of oaks. This includesthe
been Torode Oil Co., Com- calcium levels are necessary for your pasture and clover to
I munity State Bank, Florida get the benefit of the high price fertilizer that you will be System. Only Government native species and hybrids
that have been
through The Federal Reserve developed i The
can only surmise what dire circumstances The ramifications of such a course of Bank at Starke, DuPont applying. System can increase The state of Florida is home for
must have caused President action mind and Guaranty Federal Savings & National Debt of the largest individual tree of
boggles the offends the Loan Holiday Inn of Starke, -Prepare an adequate seedbed for planting so that will get that
Ford to make a 180-degree reversal of sense of justice. It is as if the captain of a Koch's Drugs, Nancy quick germination and rapid growth. Government. Then there is four species of oaks included
last but not in the Social These
least The In- Register
his previously announced position and captured pirate ship were turned looseto Flowers, Dr. Gruen, Denmark
ternational Bankers include the Chapman oak
Some of the white clover varieties recommended in our and The
grant President Nixon a full and com- enjoy a lifetime pension, a handsome Furniture, George Pierce, area are Louisiana S-l, Nolins Improved White, and Regal International Socialists who located within the Ocala
plete pardon before he had even been stipend for "expenses," and other George Roberts and Dudley Ladino. There are other annual clovers such as red clover are doing their best to National Forest, turkey oak

charged with a crime. emoluments too numerous to mention, Hardy. and crimson clover that might fit into your program. collectivise all means of near Branford; sand post oak

while his subordinates, from first mateto Please plan to attend PTA. production in order to destroy near Alachua; and myrtle oak
Proper inoculation and subsequent nodulation frequentlymeans The Free-Enterprise located at )Fort Clinch State
Surely Mr. Ford must have had some bosun, who carried out the captain'sorders Come a little early and the difference between success and failure of a clover System. Park near Fernindma Beach.

overriding reasons, best known to were placed in irons. register your daughter for planting. Inoculation Is the placing of bacteria on the seed Well this is it. It is up to you

himself, for taking a course that seems, Girl Scouts.for We are making that will start the nitrogen forming process when the clover to do something about it. Some of the most spec-
to meet the
to us as illogical as it is irrational.We We are constantly reminded that thenation's end plans of the troops month so we need by to begins to grow. We have a good publication that explains the Remember, The Word Of God tacular oaks listed in the
chief executive is, after all, justa register all new scouts. inoculation process in detail. Call or come by our office for teaches that the Christians Social Register amazed me.
your copy. have the only chance to I'd like to share them with
are constantly told that a man is man elected to the highest position in change the Devil's of you

presumed innocent until adjudged the landnot endowed with ruling by Anyone with used scout uniformsnot Even though rye and ryegrass are expensive crops to action Only God, through way his largest today. The trunk oak circumferenceat with the

guilty. Therefore, we must assume, in "divine right" and still subject to the law bring being them to the are First asked United to grow they will be necessary on a number of our ranches. children, can resist the wilesof 4.5 feet above ground is a
of the land. Why then, should not he These two forages can be used economically and efficiently if the Devil.
the eyes of the law, that Mr. Nixon is an Methodist Church or to live oak (Quercus virgmiana)
innocent manunindicted, untried, and take his punishment Like a manno more Carolyn Eaves. Thank good management practices are followed. Some of the (Eph.6:11): ) located in Texas. It has a
you. varieties of for
fall
rye late and early winter grazing are Thank you for this space. circumference of 35'2"l The
less than those he
and to
unconvicted. no his ? persuaded ................................ Wrens Abruzzl, Gator, Florida Black, and Weser. Varietiesfor funny part is that it is only 44
out strategies winter and
carry early spring grazing include Elbon, McNair Fred Johnson feet tall, with a crown spreadof
Therefore, what precedent is there for : Bradford School I: Vitagraze, Pennington Wintergrazer 70 and Explorer. The 307 S. Church St. 89 feet. The tallest recordedoak
If Mr. Nixon were a man of good : Lunch Menu ryegrass varieties are Florida Ruse Resistant Gulf Starke.Fla.
innocent ? The I: is the Durand oak
act pardoning of pardoning an must be man interpreted mere as conscience, he could take no joy or reliefin Magnolia, Northrup King Tetrablend 444, and Pennington (Quercus durandii) at 13!) feet
.
his own pardon while those vic- Monday Hamburger on Wintergreen.The in height. Located in
a pre-judgment on the part of Mr. Fordof timized by his leadership languished in bun lettuce and tomato and Mississippi, it has a 17 foot
Mr. Nixon's guilt. Otherwise, how pickles French fries month of October is the best time to establish clover
orange, 1@@If1: E circumference and 71 foot
!
If he much of them
prison. thought as as and !
could he be pardoned for crimes for milk. rye ryegrass. I hope that you are making arrangements : crown spread. Last is the
he professed to do he might even preferto for some of these crops by selecting fields, taking soil Bebb oak
which he stood convicted? (Quercus xbeb-
; never samples and placing seed and fertilizer orders. I'll be
serve along with them. happy biana) found in Kalamazoo
Tuesday Tuna salad to discuss your pasture with at time. Just
1 on program you any TI.RRlTo.'AL Go".ItNoR County) Mich. It has a fan
lettuce call or come by office
peas and carrots, my in Starke. WILLIAM tastic of
f. DUVAL MET crown spread 270
pRIbd orange juice, jello with WITH INDIANS" July .a60, feet, while only UH feet tall and

( BRADFORD Comilijjr bananas, saltines, milk. ............................................................... ,124 AT ST MARKS TO 12'11" around. The crown is
I p OT: \\o-HAM: TO VACATE: three times greater than the .
Wednesday Spaghetti with TH.I--. LAND" A40UMO tree's total height.
p4
meat sauce, cheese, tossed pe VIVB.I TALLAHAsse..
salad, Next time you see an oak,.
0 apple sauce, French '
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0 bread, milk.Thursday t"ITANGQI don't just think of it as just
t rs another tree.
.I Remember that
BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER
.gT10 / it belongs to a very important

Publishers Hotdog on bun. / I diversified and long-lived
Published each Thursday and entered as second Class Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Fla. under Act baked beans, cabbage slaw, \ II I family of trees.
of March 3, 1879. cake, milk.

Subscription rate In trade area: $6 per year: $3.50 six months. When Philip V of Spain and Louis XII of France could w.w Mart than half of all auto
Outside trade area: $7 per year: $4.00 six months. Friday No School. not bearo. yMllp in
grow their loyal object shaved theirs off trips the United Status
Phone 964-6306 Starke. Fla too as not tot embarrass coverlv.
K their rulers! mile
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Bradford Voting Results September 1%, 1914 TELEGRAPH pageU


Prec. I Grsnlenetort Raiford Town Hall Delayed e'l I
fl. Fl. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13A l B 14 15A l5B Total Aba Totu.

n."p.. BBl mar to II A .. ... .' I Faced with the dilemma of
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Robert Brewster :I 'A .'" A A 1 II. RAIFORD Construction ofa surety company.A
B1l1 Gunter 4 .. !I 6 .. .. '" A"" A t t ... the sealed bid was submitted not having a valid bid on hand
Dav1d B. H1aa1nbottom ,.A. -1 "A II.. ,..... AA .... A" ... 51'" "I. ,. 11 A'. Town municipal of RaiCord building will for be in- by Jack Hall building contractor the council authorized the
Mellor E. Horne 12 A 5 'I. '' II' I 6. t oft until bids of Starke, but Hall had return of Hall's unopened bid
Neal E. Just1a 33 11 9 13 4' U 10 18 61 31 II 19 Ii 3 U l' 4 3111 definitely delayed told Councilman Lee BraiUer and will re-advertlse the:
Dualn. Macoa 4 6 2 9 7 2 1 7 1 1 2 182 can be rc-advertised.bid opening that the sealed bid did not building proJect at 8 later .
R cnard A. rex .. 'n advertised In a special for Monday, contain a bid bond. date. J

IffCliard G enD W.lDlc1 Turner tone ... ..., '4 'Ia"; .t. 3 .3. 344 September 9. In which It was .. .

BurtOn; Young 32 I"& jt _1.. 11 1& 2L 1 ., 1L 21 -. L 1L L ..a. expected to award a contract
R..rire Don sen Fuqua t.B ve n e .I ,. t 11.. for fool the building construction for oC municipal a 35 x 55 DeWitt C. Jones

Anthony P. IAlI 'I.N 113 1.1 171 12'1' 'lA4 171 19' 11I7 ,.,.. ". t88 34 tn 9 94.. 51 627 purposes, the council failed to
Lieutenant Go- 63 oU :u 17 70 16 19 87 59 36 69 25 46 1 "9 18. 'if 659 receive a valid bid. Funeral Home

Adame McCormick .. ... . As advertised, prospective
A& .. .
::18
Askew Williams U 6 &0 6'1. 1& AA .. All .A 11 1n AnI. bidders were required to .
';c. "' .... .... ..... .
Ble en 0'. 76 .e. 'II' Iv.. itA' ,. tll6 ".0 .t "4 H 142n submit sealed cost estimates STARKE PHONE 964-6200 "
1. -
Griffin I Griffin 3 II A & Ii 3 14 for the construction of the .
Secretary State, t49O 62 '19 In 19 a 99 1. 82 90 S7 79 12 47 46 37 1205 building, accompanied by a Rental ,

.1 Bever L White Lv F Dozier 'I. -1'1 tt tll ... U. .. ..... ... 'II. "" ... .. ., ..... bid bond certified or cashier's Hospital Beds, Walkers, Wheel Chairs 8 Crutches )
Acre) amount of five
the
check in
McMulleo 43' !
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6n 26 19 31 62 II 11 37 ''I' !O '3 .. 411 ,.. .. U 9 .
a 4q estimate.
the
of
.. percent KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
'11'1'' ,
State Bruce'' omntrol A Smathers .... 117 AI A7 ... Itlli ,CO ...1. ,.... Alii''R ,,& to 7. 61 t. '4 7 t76'ill Dick Pernini, a Lake Butler
er building contractor present PHONE 473.3176DODC9000QDOOOC60000
Napoleon Brvant'n: u 1& 1& ,.. A 1&2 "' .1 'A for the bid opening said that ,
Fred 0 lBud) Dick neon ,,, ,. ,.. tA tA It 4 6119 1
unable to
t. 0' no ,.. ., .... 1..0 It.. ". fin 'II. he had been provide
State Gerald T..a.ur..r.(Jerry Lewis n. ''In lilt 11I'1 .." "" ,.. ,.... I'A Inl ...- ... ''''I ... A" 'In -164J..'O"" the required bid bond or

Fitzhugh"", no;;; ; n.Powell'M.1au 9 ..,. .A Itt ... ._ .,u ..... .." .., ..... 'A. I"" .. at .,.. J. '>n"'n' performance the surety companies bond because had set DAYCARE

Jac k 5hreye 48 31 16 15 49 16 20 42 !17 44 31 22 35 6 15 14 11 482 their standards too high. CENTER
Comm se one of' d 64 27 35 t6 7J: 19 II 1lA &''I; 50 33 U 40 1 19 21 8 581 Pernini said his net worth "
ca 10n I
N. E.lEd Fenn would have to be equal to the J FROM ARM BABIES
Sheile C. Kina Jr. I t.. tA ... till A ,.... amount of his bid to obtain the TO
ZolUe M. Mavnard 51'. 'I" 'I.' toe 'I" II 5 8 346 required bonding from a SCHOOL AGE
John 6. Sh1pp 8 9 9 9 13 3 .10 1 194 CONSTANT CARE2 -
'1 '. "" --
Ra1nh 3 1'1 6 lQ 4 423
TnI' nlltoD ++++++
Public Service at U.. A., I., 1 a>&. BALANCED SNACKS
Comm1se10IlI
Your garage floor may
Alcee L. Haetin .., a, .... II.. .., &11 11 ... a.. ..... A'" All IIA ,.. .., '2 III 1Q2.1. damage your tires I!you don't NOW OPEN 7:00: A.M. TO 4:30 P.M.
William T. Mayo 187 711 .,. 0& uco 9'1 !IB n. "t t311 t'l& 75 l'l3 28 90 63 40 1862 keep It clean, warns the Tire REASONABLE RATES
Industry Safety Council.
Accumulated oil from parking WE WILL'WORK WITH MOTHERS TO SOLVE.
surfaces can coat tires and
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THEIR PROBLEMS
Revival Set Sept. 15-20 At Pine level cause deterioration .
Toeing In and toeing out is
Safe driving Is sound t+++++
--- bad for tires, says the Tire economy too says! the Tire Keep your tires properly Greater Bethlehem Free ,t..
services at the Pine Level Industry Safety Council An Industry Safety CoJuncll. For aligned to steer more safely/ :
Baptist Church, Sept. 1520. Improper setting, with wheels longer tire life don't drive too and save on treadwear. Tires Will Baptist Church "t "f

The Sunday, Sept. 15 ser- r on the same axle pointing fast don't corner hard aim which roll straight make 1101 CHESTNUT ST. AT ASH ST. 964-5136 OR l-tl
vices will be at 11 a.m. and 7 towards or away from each away from chuck holes and proper economic use of tread
other will tires to FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL 964-8866
cause drag
I p.m. The Monday through other obstructions and avoid de8ign.
down the road rather than roll
and + +++++
darts
Friday services will be at 7:30: abrupt stops.
p.m. ((1.0'; smooth and even.
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l\Ir.Swearingen was born in Iwo -
Miami on August 30, 1950, and .ruo'CQ..Jl '
F' attended the University of
MiamI. He entered full time
service as an assistant pastor
at the age of 19. and started OPPORTUNITIES EveryDayLowPrice ErDayLo Pate
full time evangelistic work FOR SERVICE: ,
when 21. Since that time he I
has preached in many of the SUNDAY Sunday School, BEEF NIB LETS
largest and fastest growing 9:45: a.m.i Morning Worship _
thurches. at 11 o'clock sermon: "A Fan- PACKED
1ZoWHOLE c. CORN
The public is invited to join tastic Faith"; Church SIRLOIN .
the Pine Level congregation in Training, 6:15: ; Evening _
these meetings. There will be Worship at7:30: p.m sermon: GREEN
special music and nursery "Don't Forget!' STEAKS SUPERMARKETS GIANT
STARKE'S
open nightly. hot GOLDEN
The church is located four MONDAY Girl's Ensemble 320 SOUTH CREAM STYLE CORN
Evangelist Wayne miles west of Starke on High- 6:30: ; Youth Cpoir, WALNUT ST,
Swearingen will hold revival way 100.S1.Mark'e. 700p: .m. ; y T.NaH 0000a. sivis
: :.:: .
TUESDAY Ida Darby w11 ONYIY" 00Tu
.
t$178 000 SIP II IOT OY.NTITY YOUA iC
Group meets at home of Mrs. alas' Nls.vm CHOICE / 79
Mrs. Pearlie Starling : Episcopal Church George Flynn,Sr. -Mrs. L. G. I 'U
TODAY 5:00: p.m. E.Y.C. Powell,C-Hostess,2:30: p.m; F:1;: {f
Pearlie Thomas Starling l\leeting. Junior Choir, 3:20.WEDNESDAY COUPOIISO.L1.L-f000
73, of Graham died Tuesday SUNDAY 1:00: p.m. Sr. Family
Sept 10, following. a sudden Warden's Committee-Home oflllllard Night Supper, 6 o'clock; Hour
illness. & Applean Brown. oC Power, 6:30: ; Teachers and
Services are set Friday. THURSDAY 3:30: p.m. Officers Meeting, 7:15: 1 / ,
Sept. 13. al 2 p.m in Antioch Junior Choir Practice, 7:30: Church Choir Practice, 8 1.t1iii r
Baptist Church near LaCrosse p.m. Senior Choir Practice. o'clock. /
James and FRIDAY 6:00: p.m. _
with Rev Starling THURSDAY Inspiration _
Rev. Alton Dobbs conducting. Stewardship Conference at and Visitation, 9:30 a.m.; _
Burial will follow in the Camp Weed Thru Saturday Chapel Bells and Music
church cemetery. SUNDAY Sept. 15 8:30: Makers, 3:20: ; Visitation, 7:00:
Born in Bell Florida on a.m. Holy Eucharist, 9:45: p.m.
'eb. 22, 1901.Irs.! Starling a.m. Church School, 11:00:
was a member of the Graham a.m. Holy Eucharist, 6:00: BEN P.BRYANT T ?I P000 real
Baptist Church. p.m. E.Y.C. Meeting. Pastor

Survivors include. two- sons.. : LLfMOEE LLgllq
Jennings and Morris Starling, _
both of Graham: four Santa Fe JC Registration
brothers: William Thomas of I IMnOIIvLowPrtc. 2rery0.;=ke atayD yLo.lirk+ MryO.ytellk IonIes8uy twryD.yLetr tiaOrlfe
Jacksonville, B.T. Thomas of Now AGARS esr CHUCK w/NMLL BONDU5 wsa0.s. sw/11rlowuaP
Graham, Lewis Thomas 01 UnderWay Boneless CHUCK tiOT cualD stir C.IUoeela G.,,,." .''IN

Palatka, and Ernest Thomas HAMS ROAST STEAKS PAnllS _...._.....I, PLUMS BANANAS
of Orlando: five sisters: Mrs. GAINESVILLE Regular thwest Campus near Highway

Mrs.Nellie Cannon Ora Thomas of Branford of credit term at registration Santa Fe Community for the Call 1-75.Registration will be conducted co: $359 39 9C. .:: 199 :..o S 135 La 2ge ..J.L.4C

Gainesville, !Mrs Doris College is under way Sep-- between the hours of
Strickland and !\Irs. Orva tember 11-13 and Is set again 8:3Hl:30: ( : a.m and 1:3G-3:30: IEntyD lyLowPrice E"cryO.ylow""'",.. Bonu.Buy 'rvcryO.yLowPnc.lYllti .
Dyal, both of Miami and Mrs. 16-11 at the College's Nor- p.m. each day with additional ... .
Ollie Hines of Archer: six night sessions from 6-8 p.m. on BEEF FABRIC GREEN FRESH

grandchildren great-grandchildren.and seven Leaton Morgan September Since the opening 16-11. date of the STEW SiOFTINER CABBAGE CARROTS

Gets Certificate until Call term September has been 24, two delayed days < 69c 59c ,,9c :fo 15cCOMPARE'

of schedule adjustment and ,, .
Leaton Morgan, Jr has continued registration have a PIKI.:",' ":' 10' i'OMPAR' !! :iiKi:: ::y '10' COMPARE o.:..:...:' '10'

received oC a certificate service to for the 15 been Credit set registration for September fees 1920.are Pod Shldr Roast -:- 19 501. I Clipped Meats: 45 .. 1 Biscuits --.- 49c ist .

years Bradford Soil District and Water The due the by cashier's 8 p.m. September office at 17 the to I Spare Ribs r::":".. ... 'Sge r... I Cooked.:0... 'let -- I Cream Cheese .==- 39c ...

xP_ I Conservation presentation was made last Northwest Credit classes Campus.far the fall Smoked Ham ..EE.63c 501' I Boneless Hams SIACAN 359 Hf I Low Cal Yogurt -:.'.. 23c ...

4 week 23rd annual in Tallahassee meeting at of the the term will end on December 14 Sliced Bacon '::'r 9.ge 10. t Franks Oscar Meyer I:OLNw 99c -- 1 Cottage Cheese --=a 59c ..

;I41 tJicstellai Conservation Florida Association District of Soil with scheduled the to start winter on January term Cornish Hens ,Ufc:! *Er'u:: 6ge 10. i Sunnyl'd Sausageooa.--L; '119 '0cI I Sour Cream er=- 49c ..

CQ..cQ Supervisors.Jim Faulkner served as 7. Baking Hens .;::::::..? 4ge ier I Hormel Franks LL M 99c 20. I Daisy Cheese 51" ,...

voting delegate and was accompanied -
by his wife, Grace. FOR SALE: Magnifying 1 t '
We Invite you to worship Also attending were Mr. and glasses 01 all sines with
and study God's word with Mrs. James Watson and handl. At The Office Shop
the friendly people at the children. .
'ucltlng First Baptist
Church 0'' Starke, Florida. .
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Ii e 91
Sunday School 1 r Serving Florida ww.waA

':4S..m. / Since 1950
Classes for every person
in the family ;

Morning Worship :110"J4 ],..Un, J.rvfcy.!Inc.Cor'dially' _


2 Chlldrens 11:00a.m.worship services COMPARE o..:,,C'. ,1'0;' COMPARE' D.:.""'.,.Y TO' ;COMPARE :.C'' TOO'

foryoungerchildren Mrs. Carolyn j Cherry Preserves .' ::o:-.I 5ge 2. t Cherry Peppers "r":: : 25c I. 1 Iced Oatmeal ...:::.:."'.. 48c II

Church 6:15p.m.Training Eaves Welcomes I Str'berry Preserves :r SSe 2. i Roast-N-Boast 'h:. 4/$1/ s.. i Iced Spice ...:'r':::: 48c I.

Helping mature In Christians their faith to Representative You and Your Crape Jelly .;M:'::;. 1ge ice ; Yellow Mustard ""Z; ::.... 39c I. ; Fiddle Faddle H' 3/$1/ 11.

Ph. 964-5812 Family To Your Crape Jam ':"UT0II: 1ge 'es t Kraft Mustard 1.01 ,.2ge I. 1 Yellow lonkers K.w "'O 3/$1/ 11.

Evening 7:30p.m.t Worship 613 S. Colley Rd." New Home Str'berryPreserves ,:.:.':;:I99t Se. VlasicRelish N::'::1'MI:: .i1:GZ 4/$1/ I. Cat Food x'ONc; ';;;-.01.": 6/$1/ I,

Great Singing 5125 2.. S Dills 8ge I. 1 a."' 39c S"
Bible Preaching StarkeThe Peanut Butter .ff o: Kosher Fresh : 1 Wilkinson Blades : 1t

THE CHURCH WITH A State Of Florida Peanut Butter 1100:H.:o;:,;11651 I. t Dill Pickle Chips :;'a,;.::; 37c .r 1 Cainesburger W'''r; : 3/25c/ 'II

HEART, IN THE HEART It Is Our D.slre To Make You Feel Welcome and p'nut Butter & Jelly :;a,:.:. 63c '21. Butter Chips v.eac..."r 7ge I. Dog Food P16/79c: : / 21,

OF STARKE"We Acquaint You With Your City. Peanut Butter rM00/MN:r/YNfN1 69c -. Pantry Pride'Fudge '.0. 48c i. o Norwich Aspirin 'w' 29c 10.

Phone m'loron j 1964.6562 people I Pantry Pride Catsup ': 29c I. Pantry Pride MacaroonS 48c If Dial Deodorant ===n:::' ?/s1r No

I'you u. new In 'the ores a phone call .

BEN P.Pastor BRYANT will bring you a prompt visit from your local hostess.Plea. -----j' i-GE ;S'" Bonu..'...., [vcryO.yLowPricc [vcryOdyLowP"cI

.give her a 0.111 COFFEE I TASTY BANQUET iL.NQ GI
WILLIAM GEORGE i I'' KAKE POT PIES "'"
Mln of Music She has maps and many fr.. and wond.rful 2 La CAN
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w COUPON 0000 ON1T ITPINTA
Corner Jefferson of Clark Street and cats for you from local' bu.. ......... If .... ,&0000,.',"0...0.oT..'11011 COU.ON.TN..',I 2. 139 c ,. AI/$1 .., 29 c

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FourSuwanneePoweTo Keystone Golf Invitational i


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Clyde Terwillegar of Starke took first place in the time has held championships second, Charlie Barrett, In- minus handicap. First, Al
Meet at Seminole Club III dian Beach, 85-76--161 third, Richardson, 15J: net; second,
Friday Night Championship Division of the 12th annual Men's Invita- ;
Tom Fraser,
Jacksonville for four years Bob Everleth, Palatka, 86.79-- Keystone, 161
tional held at the Keystone Golf and Country Club, September and had a five year reign at net; third place tie, Paul
7 and 8. Starke 165.Fourth Flight first, Bob Newell and Ed Steele, both of

At LB For Jamboree Shooting rounds of 35-36--71 and 38-36--74, Terwillegar Adams,present Starke Club Porch, Palatka, 87-80..167; Keystone, 163 net. Paul
won by two strokes over Bret Cole of Keystone Heights champion, was named second, John Jett, Keystone, Dan Snieder Richardson, I"t. Lauderdale, and
medalist winner when he 87-86--173; third Earl: Voyles, Triangle
and Bill Adams of Starke.Terwillegar "
"H, playing in their lirst
LAKE BUTLER Four in the third person and Union mente! Head Union Coach stroked a one'under par 71 on Lake Santa Fe, 8986175. tournament
Suwannee Conference and Cross City will wind It up Jack Jones. one of the his credit. He was first the first day to tie Terwillegar Fifth Flight first, Bill Cole, competition were
powers for their
will meet in a preseason in the fourth quarter. Listed are the probable Union original founders of the Starke crowned club champion of for the lead. Scores were Keystone, 87.89--176; second, err given orts.a special prize
football jamboree Friday There are 19 seniors on the High starting lIneups- Golf and Country Club, has Steubenville, Ohio at the matched hole by hole to Mack Murray, Greater The Golf Club
ni ht In Lake Butler with Union squad of 39. Twelve of Offense center Richard many club championships to young age of 14 and since that determine the medalist Mandarin, 110-88..178; third, hosted Keystone a steak dinner on
Williston, Cross City, and them are on the starting Wolbley, senior; guards ---- winner Adams won it with a Bernie McFadden, Keystone Saturday night for all entrants
Chielland to lIneups. Jerry Dukes and Danny birdie on the par 5, No 3, hole 9288180.
visiting compete and door
guests. Many prizes
along with Union County. "Chiefland and Cross City Peirson, seniors; tackles Cole, Keystone's junior Sixth Flight-first, Clarence
were given during the
Williston takes on Cross City should have the strong teams Lanier Clyatt, junior, and champion, scored rounds of Wesse, Keystone, 95-85..180; evening. Merchants away donating
in the first quart er,then Union at the jamboree but they Craig Shad, senior; split end 74-73--147 for second place in second Jim Watts, Starke, 9"9..188 prizes were: Keystone
third Don Wilkinson
plays Chielland in the second. ohouldn't be qUite as strong as Joe Maxwell,senior tight end the Championship A Division. ; Jewelers, Scales, Hedfellrn
Williston will play C'hiertand they were last year," coinWomen's Boysy Perry, freshman; Adams, also scoring a 147, palatka Seventh, 95-95--190. Scores Appliance, Andrews Drugs,
quarterback Danny Hazen, 4lHJM1:3 was not available for a sudden Flight Hayes Sport Cl'nter. Wilson'sFood
death play-off for second and
junior fullback Andy
; Store, Keystone Stale
Tennis Program Howard, senior; run- was awarded third spot. Ceramics Classes Bank, 'ish's Meat Market,
Ricardo Orella
,
an
ningbacks Luke Smith and ,
I Holiday Lounge Ducky'sDepartment
Curtis Sirmones, juniors. amateur champion from Chile 16
To Reopen Sept. Store.
Manning'sHardware
Set By Recreation Dept. playing with the Lake City l\IcKay Realtors
,
... I".f"se defensive enJs Community College golf team Ceramic classes will reopen HWC
Enterprises,
Hal BiddIX and Tim this shot a 77-71 to take Guaranty
sel110r year Monday, Sept 16, from 7-10
An 8-week Tennis session. Federal, Lovorn Realtors.Jackson's .
register for the
program Whitehead, junior; tackles first place by four strokes in p.m. at the Old Armory under
i
will be initiated for Women Persons interested In partici- Fredrick Warren, sophomore, $ the Championship B Division supervision of the Starke Hayes Meat
Only beginning Tuesday. pick a Registration Market, Nelson's Realty and
pating may up Second
and David Brannon, senior; place was won by Recreation Dept
17 the Starke Recreation Trus Fab Inc
Sept. by Recreation form at the Schnieder man of
linebackers Billy Cain, Andy Barry
Department.To Department located at the Old Howard, Freman White, Gainesville with 7676152.
be eligible, a woman Armory, or they may call the seniors; defensive corners C.C Corey, Palatka, and Bill a'
must be at least 18 years old office at 94.6792(; to assure Jimmy Mobley and Sonny i Epps, Starke, tied for third lal 1 n tti3
and out of high school. The the roster, or wait
getting on King, juniors; safties Buddy each shooting 153 for the two
sessions will be conducted and register at the courts
Perry and Doug Bennett rY days
each Tuesday evening from 7. during the sessions but no seniors. Brothers Skip and Marty OUR LEGACY FROM
9 p.m on the Pratt Street more than 20 will be accepted. Murray of Jacksonville shot a THE MEDICINE MAN
playgl'ound'nnis\ courts. Persons having their own "Practice has been going team low net of 65 to win the
Sessions will offer a mixture tennis racket are asked to real good so far this year but Best Ball Am-Am event held Who would ever think on entering today's
of instruction and organized bring them, but the the kids are gelling tired of the Friday before the In- Jr streamlined pharmacy that many of the medl-
play depending on the Recreation Department has a hitting each other and are vitational. Skip was last cines available had their early beginnings with
abilities. ot the pill.ticipant. A limited supply of rackets for ready to hit some different year's invitational champ, but the medicine man Of course, they have under-
participation lee of $5 will be those who do not have one. people," stated Coach Jones Ricardo Orellaoo, left, won the championship In the B was unable to defend his title gone many changes and refinements In early $
charged to cover the expenses Tennis shoes or sneakers Division while CIYlle Terwilh'gar of Starke took first! place In due to other commitments. days Indians chewed on roots (or leaves) of
of the pl'ogram. Because of are required. For information Admission for the jamboree the A Division during Keystone's annual Men's lntilationaL Two teams tied for second certain plants In order to extract a "mag-Ie
limited facilities only 20 call Recreation Department is $2 for adults and $1 for in the Am-Am. substance"". This later evolved to a "more
persons will be allowed.! to at 964-6792. children. spot and m sophisticated" technique of cooking the roots
Jim
n __ Herman Schoening a for hours and then boiling down the resultant a
Watts from Starke and liquid.
STARKE, FLA. 18 Finalists Set Clarence Porch of Jackson-
5 & W MUFFLER SHOPS ville and Bob Porch of Palatka Thousands of years have passed since these
(father and son) scored a net earliest processes were begun. Our contemporary -
INDEPENDENT DEALER To Sun. 66. drugs may bear little resemblance to their
U"S Compete Other winners out of the 74 crude ancestors. But many of the basic chemical
entrants in the invitational substances do date back to the medicine man.

J Eighteen players will go Howard, said the most outstanding were: YOU OR YOUR DOCTOR CAN PHONE US
into the finals of the Starke match of the semi First Flight Tied for first, when YOU need a delivery. We will deliver
Golf and Country Club Tennis finals was when Larry White Bob Pater, Keystone and Jim promptly without extra charge A great many
@ Tournament this Sunday after beat Mike McHae in the 13-17 Kipvelto, Gainesville, each people rely OD us for their health needs. We
MUFFLERS BRAKES making it through the semi- year old boys singles. The stroking an 81-77--158; third welcome requests for delivery aervlce'1\nd charge
STARTERS SHOCKS final'. last weekend at the match lasted over two hours place Jim McLaughin, 'V accoUDU. ''V
Starke Golf and Country Club. with l\lcHae winning the first Palatka, 8180161. f
PH. 964-5677 ELECTRl A'
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Organizer of the tour- Second Flight first
!set 6-4 then White took the last
ALTERNATORS CUSTOM TAIL PIPE BENDING PARTS nament. Coach Grover two set 7-5 and 62. Charles Conturba, Keystone Phone 964-6757

--- In the 12 and under group 8"-82.-166; second, Percy w For Dependable DeliverieslIKOCH'S ,
the girls and boys were mixed. Reid, Jacksonville, 84-83-167:
Steve Griffis beat Joey Herres third, tie between Herman DRUGS
8-0; Janice Jockel beat Todd Schoening, Starke 81.87--168
Off ice Samons 8-4. This group played and R.L. GlIsson, Palatka, 83- 166 W. Call 5.3.74 Starke, Fla -
W ti 85168.
pro sets in which the first
player to win eight games Third Flight first, Steve d! s y, s a a + a I.Il s
wins the match. Herman. Keystone, 85-73--158;
13-17 year old girls singles -
Shap Jennifer Jockel beat Ruth
Hazen 6.1, 6-4; Debbie 1\1lt-
chell beat Lynn Pierce 64-,6.4.
Jockel and Mitchell play in the QGJOQOQDDQOC

135 W. Call St finals 13-17 2 Boys p.m.Doubles Sunday.- Tucker

and McHae drew a bye being
the of three teams in the
Complete Stock Of Anything group top; Andy and Handy
Crews beat Jeff Jockel and ( QL( Q
John Samons to land a berth in
the finals against Tucker and

You Need In Office Supplies I\lcHae 18 and at over 6:30: glens p.m.Singles Sunday.- 135 W. CALL ST. 964-6305

J.E. Tomlinson beat Doug
Slosser 6-3, 3-6, 6-2; Steve
o 6 l\Iattlingly beat Randy Jones
6-3, 63. Tomlinson and
Now Offers
Mattingly will play for the :
final championship 3:15: p.m
Sunday.

Tomlinson-Mattingly Coach 1I0ward said match the Fast Service On All

\ should be one of the better
matches Sunday. lie said the Your Printing Needs.
Jockel-I\Iitchell match should

Mattingly be 18 real and good over and too.Men's Tomlinson Doubles Call Upon Us For:

drew a bye; Bill Shields and
Jerry McGriff beat Richard LETTER HEADS
Roberts and Ricky Johns to go
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I Tracy IIjalmar Slosser McMillian will meet and for CHURCH BULLETINS

:r; \ finals at 5 p.m. Sunday in the
18 and over Womens. These WEDDING INVITATIONS
were the only women to enter.
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I BHS Plays Two Scoreless Quarters In Wet JamboreeHeavy .'. ,



rains drenched the in the heavy rain. and Sexton has done a great "The defensive unit did a Tommy Edwards did a good practice on Ocala Vanguard's n,.
1974 All-American City In the fourth quarter, a job of molding these kids intoa great job and I am real consistent job at offensive offense and defense.
Football jamboree Friday Buchholz fumble on the fine unit," commented Head pleased with Sheldon( Hodge tackle and the entire line did a
night and Bradford High Bobcat 15: yard line set up Rod Bradford Football) Coach and Dale Haas at the defen- real good job of getting after Vanguard has a potent
footballers played even 0-0 Henry for a touchdown run David Hurse."Offensively.although. sive ends," stated DefensiveLine people," stated Hughes. offense in the Houston veer.
ties with Eastside in the first with nine minutes left in the wedidn't Coach Mike Sexton. Hurse said this offense is hardto
quarter and Gainesville High period. move veil or score Jimmy Clark and Mark "Mike Gaskins at the stop. They run the Split-40
School in the third period. Then Buchholz scored when points,there were some bright Hildreth were playing at the monster man spot did a real type defense. "With two S''k
Favored Buchholz fell 6-0 to quarterback Dale Robinson spots. We only practiced two tackle spots and Scott Pooserwas good job and there was a lot of weeks to work on handle this it we" I IA
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be to
surprising Eastside in the found Warren Jackson open in days preparing for the two playing noseman. Dwight pressure put on him and he should L
second quarter of play when the endzone and connected for different defenses for the Barber and Early Chandler really handled the job well," commented Hurse.
Eastside scored on a Bobcat the score despite the wet Jamboree," commentedHurse were the two linebackers. said Defensive Back Coach Hurse was pleased with the
fumble. football. Then for the extra "They were carrying out Denny Hansen. blocking of fullback Matt Hull -
Battling in mid field most of point attempt Robinson Coach Hurse was well assignments well and the along with Richard Lashley
the period Eastside and BHS handed the ball to Brett pleased with Sophomore defensive techniques at this "All the defensive backs dida and Johnny Nichols. Both : ,.
traded possesion of the ball, Weingart who ran the ball in Quarterback Jimmy Prevail. stage of the game look real decent job and I am satisfied Tommy Reddish and Beaver
neither team moving the ball for two points to give Buchholzan The young signal caller is good.We are concentrating on with all of them this early in DeSue are doing good jobs
past the opposing 20 yard line. 8-6 victory. maturing more and more the Vanguard offense now," the season. We can put the" running the ball. : I Iu
Similar type play in the "I was well pleased with the every day and {gaining needed said Coach Sexton. next two weeks to good use, "It looks like our ends have
third quarter saw BHS and defensive play. They are confidence to play quar- "Marlon Thornton did an commented Hansen.
come along and with
GHS just suffer the game out ahead of what I anticipatedFirst terback, outstanding job at center and I Monday the gridders were Donnie Sewell way
rained out for outside practiceand we can move
didn't see him miss a block the ,
commented had to practice in the him around to strengthen '
First Christian's 10 9 Win entire Offensive game line, Coach Bill gym. Tuesday Coach Hurse positions" where we need ,
Hughes. said they were starting to depth, said Caoch Hurse.
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BUTLER First Christfan took first Members of the winning Cute little and always smiling Kathy Locke performs a
Christian edged 10-9 by First place in the first half of the team and receivers of trophiesare ,y rn side lunge squat as she practices for the coining football
Baptist Friday night to take season while First Baptist Frances White, Earline I IY game, September 20 against Ocala Vanguard.
the final Women's Softball rolled 13.3 over Poor Boys' Knight Harriett McCusker, Kathy, 16, is described as quiet studious and packed full
Championship after falling to Grocery to capture the second Linda Miles, !Harriet Riherd, M' of school spirit. She Is also a very sweet person and Is very
third place in the second half half championship last Shelly Riherd Nan Walker, considerate of others as told by fellow students. Kathy Is the
championship.The Tuesday.Worthington Springs Sonya Yarb rough, Judy daughter of Mrs. Charlie Torode of Starke.
surprised First Christian 23-16 Crews, Sheila] Williams, Kathy was awarded the Who's Who honors She plans to
winner of the first halt the same night allowing the Kathy Bates, Patty Mobley, attend the University of South Florida and major in accounting -
championship and the winnerof Baptist to take first place. WS Patty Parrish, Jane 4 after graduation.
the second half cham- ended second place in the McGovern Vicki Jastrom 4a1"r II IIw
pionship play each other for second half, First Christian, and Carolyn Douglas.
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Drugs finished a perfect automatically gives them the Danny Johns, Donald Rosier, Pick Up and Return4&B987a
964-6061 season in the Union County season championship. Bill Hosier Mike Henderson,
Men's Softball League Andrews finished the Jimmy Mobley Gene Melvin.
SERVING STARKE AND SURROUNDING AREAS SINCE 1949 Monday night after beating complete season with a Daniel Crews Marvin Griffis
744 N. THOMPSON ST. STARKI 32091 Worthington Springs 18-14 to perfect 13-0 total record, 6-0 Ellis Griffis, Herby Whitten
capture the second half the first half and 7-0 the Terry Hamilton, John
P.O. BOX 607 championship. second. Browning Dusty Butch
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.. LEGALS .. ---,- I
NOTICE ELECTION LAWTEYI

Be It known that I, Dorothy In Section 33 Township 6

W. Glisson, Secretary of State described in such certificate or County Florida, will sell at South, Range 22 East, City of
of the State of Florida, do hereby certificates will be sold to the public sale the following Starke,
BV EIIoo.eth; !: Terry
give notice that a GENERAL highest bidder at the court described real property in

ELECTION will be held in house door on the 30th day of Bradford County, Florida, town and renouncing and disclaiming Mrs. Ronnie McClellan and of Arcadia, and Mr. and Mrs.

Bradford County, State of September, 1974. : any right of the City of Starke CIIURCII ACTIVITIES PERSONALS sons, of Vidalia, Ga. were John Broward and family, of
Florida, on Tuesday next Dated this 23 day of August, and the public in and to the land Labor Day guests of her in- Jacksonville.Mr. .

succeeding the first Monday in 1974. A parcel of land containing tying within the confines of the Church of God Sunday Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Jones, of laws, Mr. and Mrs. Les Mc- and Mrs. Earl Mosley
November, A. D., 1974, the said Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk 8.13 acres, lying in the aforedescribed lands. School 10 a.m. Worship Ser Columbia, S.C. were visiting Clellan. spent the Labor Day weekend
Tuesday being the FIFTH day of By: Beulah M. Moody Southeast quarter of Southeast Dated this 6th day of August, vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. YPE their mother, Mrs. Flossie Mr. and Mrs. Richard camping on Suwannee River

NOVEMBER, to fill the following Clerk of Circuit Courtof quarter (SE 1/4 of SE 1/4)) of A. D. 1974. and Prayer Meeting Saturday Rosier, Monday and Tuesday Chesser and family, of San- near Oldtown.

offices: Bradford County, Ra. Section 6, Township 7 South, at 7:30: p.m. While here they, with their ford, were Labor Day guestsof Last Friday night Linda
9/5 4t 9/26 Range 22 East, (being also City Commission of the mother, visited Mr. and Mrs. their brother-in-law and Denman of Starke was the

United States Senator portions of Lots 3 and 4 of Davis City of Starke, Florida Faith Baptist Church Claude Jehns in Keystone sister, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne honored guest at a birthday I

Representative In Congressfor IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Bros and Truby's Subdivision Radio Program over WPXE Heights. Massey, and family. party at the home of her uncle II
the 2 Congressional District THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- according to plat recorded in By: Merrill Edwards Starke 8 a.m. Sunday. Bible Mr. and Mrs J.T. Godwin and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Jack

Governor and Lieutenant CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR Deed Book E, Page 680 of the 1t 9/12 Clerk of said Board School, 10 a.m. Worship Ser Mrs. Purvis and June and daughter, Elaine, of Kuhne. She received many

Governor BRADFORD COUNTY. CASE public records of said County); vices 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gainesville visited their lovely gifts. Several games l
Secretary of State NO. 74216IN said parcel being more particularly School on Bible Doctrine Norman, Kenny and Dave, brother-in-law and sister, Mr. were played after which
Attorney General described as follows: Tuesday 8 p.m. at Pastor's went to Jacksonville Zoo on and Mrs. Harold Eunice, on refreshments were served.

ComptrollerState RE: The Marriage of Commence at the Southeast NOTICE OF ADOPTION OF home. Prayer Meeting Labor Day. They enjoyed the Monday.Mr. There were 25 guests present. II:,
Treasurer corner of said Southeast quarterof and the and Mrs. Hubbard Mr. and Mrs. Percy Wood
RONALD D. CRAWFORD, RESOLUTION OF THE BOARDOF Wednesday 7:30: p.m., Bible scenery watching i
Commissioner of Education Petitioner,and DOROTHY RITA Southeast quarter (SE 1/4 of COUNTY COMMIS- Study. animals.' Harley, of Bushnell, Mrs. of Vidalia, Ga., and Mr. andMrs.
Commissioner of AgricultureTwo CRAWFORD, Respondent. SE 1/4)) and run North 0 SIONERS OF BRADFORD Jackie Smith Suzanne and N.K. Wood, of Fort Ii
((2)) Commissioners Florida 07: minutes and 30 Saturday with I
degrees, COUNTY, FLORIDA, CLOSING Craig, of Auburndale, stoppedby George, spent
Public Service Commission NOTICE OF SUIT seconds West, along the AND ABANDONING A POR- Pastor A.E. Massey flew to Friends of Mrs. Don Denton for Saturday overnightwith their son and daughter-in-law, II
State Senators for the Easterly boundary thereof, TION OF A GRADED ROAD Tulsa, Okla. Thursday of last regret to learn that she is a their son and daughter- Mr. and Mrs. Russell Wood, i

following)/ Senatorial District: 6 To.:Dorothy Rita Crawford 141.75 feet to a concrete KNOWN AS THE KIRBY week for a Bible Conference at surgical patient in Bradford in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Joe and family.Mr. .
Member of the State House of c/o Jackie Gagnon monument for point ol CREWS ROAD LYING AND Grace Baptist Church. He was County Hospital. Our love and Harley, and family.Mr. and Mrs. John Pace, of
Representatives for the 41 Brook Street beginning. From point of RUNNING THROUGH SEC one of the Bible Conference: prayers are with her. and Mrs. Les McClellanand Jacksonville, spent Sunday

following: Lawrence, Massachusetts beginning thus described, TION 5, TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH, Speakers. He returned home Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Teston North Mrs. Margie Reddish, of with their cousins, Mr. and
home from
House District 25. 08144 continue North 0 degrees, 07: RANGE 21 EAST AND THE Monday. Bro. W.M. Stephens came the State Farm, were guestsof Mrs. Lonnie Teston. Other
Board of County Commissioners minutes and 30 seconds West, EAST THREE-QUARTERS OF of Sanford, preached for him Flrida.Regional Hospital, their mother, Mrs. W.H. guests were their son-in-law

Districts 2, 4. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat 303.25 feet to a concrete SECTION 6, TOWNSHIP 6 while he was gone. Gainesville, on Saturday after Hall, of Jacksonville, last and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
several there.
Members of the School North 89 days and family of
monument; thence Saturday. Charley Mosley
an action for dissolution of SOUTH, RANGE 21 EAST,
Board Districts 1, 2, 5. marriage has been filed againstyou degrees 58 minutes and 20 BRADFORD COUNTY Grace United Methodist Mr.and Mrs. Jim Burton, of April Vogler, of New Highland.Mr. .
In Testimony Whereof, I have and you are required to seconds West, 1136.95 feet to FLORIDATO Church Sunday School a.m.Jacksonville: Beach, were Smyrna Beach, spent last and Mrs. Henry
hereunto set hand and affixed iron located the service 11 Mrs. Mary
my serve a copy of your written an pipe on SermonMorning overnight guests of week with her grandparents, Slonecksy,
Tuesday .
the Great Seal of the Stateof the Sept. 15 Dudeck and Mrs. Harriett
Easterly boundary of Mr and Mrs. Doc Mosley. ,
defenses if any, to it on WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Topicneeds their mother, Mrs. P.L
Florida, at Tallahassee, the RICHARD E. WELTY, Attorneyfor right-of-way of State Road 200; "Lawtey to be They carried her home on Glaquewski, of Chicago. lit,
Capital, this the Nineteenth Day Petitioner, whose address is thence Southerly along last Notice is hereby given that dynamited." The United Dinkins. Sunday.Mr and Mrs.Julia Khristen, of Du
of August A. D., 1974.DOROTHY aforesaid and on Methodist Women will meet at 'Quion 111., came by on
Easterly boundary ,
114 N.Walnut Street P. O. Box August 5, 1974, in accordancewith Mrs. J.P. Wyrick, ot
995, Starke, Florida, 32091, and along the arc of a curve concaveto Section 166.041 Florida the home of Mrs. a.m.TaUahassee, returned to her and Mrs Irby Monday and were dinner
W. GUSSON the East and having a radiusof Newport,on Sept. 17 at 10 of St.Mary's Ga. guests of Mrs. Hester Hicks.
file the original with the Clerk of Statutes, the Board of County home on Thursday afterspending Hightower, ,
SECRETARY OF STATE 5669.58 feet distance of Wednesday night Choir All of them with Mrs. Hicks,
the above-styled Court on or a Commissioners of Bradford a week with her stopped by to visit Miss Ar-
8/22/ 4t 9/12 21.64 feet as measured along a Practice, 7 p.m. United : Blanchard went to Daytona Beach and
before September 23, 1974, County, Florida, adopted a sister, Miss Elizabeth Terry. thurme Sunday
otherwise a judgment may be chord having a bearing of South Resolution closing, vacating and Methodist Fellowship 7::30. Mrs. Joyce Futch, of afternoon on a return trip spent from Monday to
10 degrees, 29 minutes and 55 Night Service 7:30: on Sunday. from visiting their daughter in Saturday. While there they
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT entered against you for the relief abandoning a portion of a Blackshear, Ga., was their
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF demanded in the Petition. seconds West, to a concrete graded road hereinafter dinner guest. They carried Tampa.Mr. went to Disney World,

FLORIDA. IN AND FOR WITNESS my hand and the monument; thence North 89 described, and described as Mrs. Hermie Kelly, Mrs. Mrs. Wyrick to the bus at and Mrs. Robert Lee, St.Augustine and
BRADFORD COUNTY.IN seal of said Court on the 18th degrees, 43 minutes and 05 lying within the confines of the George Roberts Sr., Mrs. Raiford. enjoyed a party with their Marineland. On Sunday
PROBATEIN day of August 1974.GILBERTS.. seconds West, along a jog in following property, to-wit: Truby Wainwright, Mrs. Mae sister, Mrs. Betty Tresca, of before leaving for the plane in
said right-of-way, 5.09 feet to a Wells, and Miss Arthurine Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson, Mrs. Keystone Heights, on Labor Jacksonville, they were

RE: Estate of JAMES E. BROWNAS concrete monument; thence A portion of a graded road Blanchard attended a Daisy Bach and Lynn, Mr. and dinner guests of Mrs. Hicks
HUDDLESTON Deceased. CLERK OF SAID COURT Southerly, along last aforesaid lying and running through workshop on nominations for Mrs. Virgil Griffis and family Day.Mrs.. Cedric Rosier's home and Mr. and Mrs. Glen

By: Beulah M. Moody Easterly boundary and along the Section 5, Township 6 South, United Methodist Women at and Jerry Robison, of was the setting for a bridal Shuford and family.
NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo Deputy Clerk arc of a curve concave to the Range 21 East, and the East First United:! Methodist Palatka, Mr. and Mrs. Gary shower honoring Miss Rhonda Mrs. Oda Paschall, and
all creditors and all 8/22 4t 9/12/ East and having a radius of three-quarters (E 3/4)) of Section Church, Gainesville, last Buckley and family, of Griffis, bride-elect of RichardJ. Mrs. Maude Richardson, of
persons
having claims or demands 5674.58 feet, a distance of 6, Township 6 South, Range 21 Saturday.: That evening! they Raiford, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Austin. About 47 guests Jacksonville, spent Sunday
against said estate. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 173.86 feet as measured along a East, and being known as a were joined by Hermie Kelly, Albert, Mr. and Mrs. David attended. After Miss Griffis afternoon with her sister-in-

You and each of you are THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT chord having a bearing of South portion of the Kirby Crews Rev. and Mrs.John Steitz and Albert, Herbert Crews, Mr. opened her lovely gifts, law, Mrs. Pierce Crews.
hereby notified and required to OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR 9 degrees 52 minutes and 20 Road, all lying and being in son, and Josie Kapart, and all and Mrs. Bobby Page ami refreshments were served. Another guest on Sunday was

present any claims and demands BRADFORD COUNTY. CASE seconds West, to a concrete Bradford County, Florida. attended the Gainesville family, all of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kuhne her cousin, Mrs. Iva

which you or either of you, may No. 74-234 monument located at the end of District Rally. The main and Mrs Irene Austin, and family were guests of McKinney, of Starke.Mr. .
have against the estate of JamesE. said curve; continue thence and renouncing and disclaiming speaker was Bishop Joel D. gathered at the home of Mr. their parents Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Thomas N.

Huddleston deceased, to the IN RE: Adoption of CHRISTO-- South degrees,59 minutes and any right of the County and the McDavid. and Mrs. Bill Harrell, of Jim Newsomeof Chiefland on Curran and sons Nick and
Judge of the said Court in the PHER MacLAUREN STROUD 40 seconds West along said general public in and to the land Jacksonville, for a family get- Saturday.Mr. Matthew, of Fairfax, VA.,
Courthouse at Starke, Bradforc' Easterly boundary, 111.86 feet lying within the confines of the Highland Baptist Church together honoring Mr. and visited Mrs. Curran's grand-

County, Florida within four NOTICE OF SUIT to a concrete monument; thence aforedescribed land. Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Mrs. Robert E. Smith, and and Mrs. R.W. Ed- mother, Mrs. Flossie Rosier,
months from the date of the first South 89 degrees, 58 minutes Dated this 5th day of August, Morning Service 11 a.m. Choir family, who moved here from wards, of Jacksonville, were last week. Mrs. Curran will be

publication of this notice. ToCharles: Aubrey Jones and 20 seconds East 1193.45 A. D. 1974. Practice 6:30 p.m. Evening California and who plan to Sunday dinner guests of their remembered as Becky Sue

Each claim or demand must (Address Unknown) feet to point of beginning.The Service 7:30: Prayer Meeting build a home near Claude parents, Mr. and Mrs. B.L. Thompson.
Board of County Commissionersof Rowe at Lawtey.Mr. Wilkison Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Waldo
be in writing and must state the Wednesday at 7:30.: ,
place of residence and post- YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Clerk of the Circuit Courtof Bradford County, Florida and Mrs. Les McClellan Mr. and Mrs. Russell Wood Pringle, of Worthington
Bradford County, Florida were Labor Day guests and the Labor Springs, and Mrs. Pierce
office address of the claimantand a Petition for Adoption has Northside Baptist Church supper family spent
be GILBERT S, BROWN will By: Gilbert S. Brown of their son and daughter-in- Day weekend at Daytona Crews attended the funeral of
must sworn to by the been filed and you are requiredto Sunday School 10 a.m. Wor
conduct said sale at the above Clerk of said Board1t law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Beach. William Morgan on Friday of
claimant his services and
agent or his attorney serve a copy of your written ship 11 a.m. 7:30:
described premises at 12 Noonon 912Smokey McClellan and family of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. last week. That night they
or it will become void defenses if any, to it on p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday Mobley,
according to law. RICHARD E. WELTY Attorneyfor Sept. 20, 1974. 7:30: pm. Starke. of Tampa, were Saturday attended the- supper' and
Each creditor shall deliver Petitioner whose address is Pursuant to said Order this Mrs. C.R. Crews andSCHOOL overnight guests of their political ral the Lawtey
notice of said sale will be Glenann were guests of her brother-in-law and sister Mr. platform. Mrs. Crews went
sufficient
copies of his claim to 114 N. Walnut Street P. O. Box NEWS ,
published in the Bradforc Say: son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kuhne and home with the Pringles and
enable the Court to mail one tc 995, Starke, Florida, 32091, and Lawtey Elementary has a ,
County Telegraph for two ((2)) and Mrs. Tommy Clayton and spent the weekend.Mrs. .
each personal representative. file the original with the Clerk of total of 238 students enrolled family.William
consecutive weeks, com- son, of Jacksonville, Friday to Harris. Mrs. Viola James Waters, and
Dated A. D. 1974. the above-styled Court on or A BROKEN MATCH. for the 1974-75 school year. At
with the first of said .. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Waters
before October 15, 1974, other mending the present time there are 2 Monday. Stokes and son, Derrell and
June H. ThomasAs wise a judgment may be enteredfor publications on September 12, SHOWS THAT SQMEON kindergarten classes, 1 first Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly Mrs. Wordie Melton, of Ocoee, attended the wedding of Mrs.
Administratrix of 1974. second visited their cousins, Mr. and spent Saturday and Sunday Cathy Higginbotham and Ed
the the relief demanded in the grade, 2 grades, 1 third
Estate of James E. Huddleston Petition. The Clerk will not accept any WANTED TO BE E grade, 1 fourth grade, and 1 Mrs. Paul Seaver Sr., of with her son-in-law and Schwartz, of Sarasota, on

Deceased WITNESS my hand and the bid for said real property in an SURE IT WAS fifth grade classes. Jacksonville' on Wednesday.The daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Friday, August 30.
8 22 4t 912IN seal of said Court on the 9th day amount less than $17,500.00.Said first PTA meeting is Skippy Crawford and Lonnie Teston. Mrs. Melton Mrs. Joyce Futch stoppedby
of September, 1974.GILBERTS.. sale shall be for cash, DEAD ? scheduled for Tuesday, Sept. brothers Rod and Lloyd, will be with them for to see her sister, Miss
lawful money of the United OUT't' 24, at 7:30: p.m. A short planned a motorcycle race for sometime. Elizabeth Terry Saturday
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF BROWNas States; ten ((10)) per cent of the I ; program will be presented by last weekend in Crome. Jeffrey McClellan, of morning on her way back to
FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL Derkof Said Court purchase price to be paid to said the fifth grade and all parents Mrs. W.H. Hall, Bob Hall, Starke, was a Saturday her home in Blackshear, Ga.
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR By: Donna M. Branson dark on the day of sale and the i are invited to meet the and Mrs. Harold Spaulding overnight guest of his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. David W.

BRADFORD COUNTY Deputy Clerk balance upon approval of said teachers and view the newly and daughter, Mrs. Linda Mr. and Mrs. Les Moore, of Jacksonville, were
FLORIDA 9/124t 10/3 sale by this Court or upon painted classrooms. Appointments Johnson! of Jacksonville, McClellan.J.C. hosts for a family reunion
delivery of a good and sufficient with individual were dinner guests of Mrs. Prevatt, Jr., and while vacationing at Kingsley

IN PROBATEIn deed. teachers can be set up during Hall'a son and daughter-in- daughter,Wanda, and baby of Lake. Those attending were:
DEPARTMENT OF The above-styled Estate will visits to the room. Parents are law, Mr. and Mrs. Les Mc- Gainesville, spent Monday Mrs. Mamie Lou Edwards, of

Re: ESTATE OF NOAH TRANSPORTATIONSPECIAL pay for all documentary stamps : asked to schedule individual Clellan, last Friday. afternoon with his parents, Starke Mrs. C.Y. Mayo, and

JEFFERSON DAVIS, deceased. TRAFFIC affixed to the deed of con- Follow Smoke .'. advice- conferences to discuss their Roy Griffis, of Plant City, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt. Mrs. Max Sparks of Tampa.Mr. .
REGULATIONS veyance, furnish to the buyer break ,m..h..rBIRTIIDA child's work at a time other spent Tuesday afternoon with Friends of Mrs. Linda Kay and Mrs. Paul Moore,
NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll title insurance in an amount your than the open house. his cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Higginbotham regret to learn Baldwin; Mr. and !Mrs. Steve
creditors of the estate of NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: equal to the purchase price, anda Prevatt. that she is a patient in Medical Elliott, Mr. and Mrs. Rex
NOAH JEFFERSON DAVIS, That the Department of survey of said lands. Center Hospital Gainesville, Mixon, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
deceased are hereby notified Transportation at its meeting of Dated at Starke, Bradford Room 873. Our love and King and family, Mr. and Mrs.
and required to file any claims or July 3, 1974 gave consideration, County, Florida this 6th day of BROOKER IN BRIEFBy prayers are with her. Bill Doying and family, and
demands which they may have to the requests relating to September, 1974. Mrs. Loca Raulerson spent Bob Riley, all of Jacksonville;
against said estate in the officeof special traffic regulations and ir Jeannette Prescott her vacation with her sons-in- Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Moore,
the Circuit Judge of Bradford each case made a review of the GILBERTS. BROWN Y PARTY Mr and Mrs. Russell law and daughters, Mr. and Starke and Mr. and Mrs.
County Florida in the Courthouse traffic investigation report, along Clerk of the Circuit Court Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Thornton of Starke was in Mrs. John Petrey and family Fred Moore, Lawtey.
with/ the recommendations of Bradford County, Florida Prescott helped little Johnny Greens on Labor Day. All four Brooker Saturday working on
at Starke Florida within the engineer at the location or celebrate his third birthday sisters were together. their house. They plan to
four ((4)) calendar months from
locations described below: with a party Saturday af- Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. move in next month.
Lila R. Yawn
t the date of the first publication By: Clerk ternoon at 3 p.m. lie invited Prescott and Johnny visited Jacksonville Memorial Coliseum Sets

of this notice.. Each claim or Bradford Road 16 Deputy four of his real close friends to their mother, Mrs. Nellie Little Patricia and Eddie
County
;
;
9/12/ 2t 9/19
demand must be in writing and and sister Emma Castlin, of Jacksonville, are Show 18-22
Location. Section 28030 At attend besides his five nieces Pringle 'Disney On Parade' Sept.
must state the place of residenceand
intersection with SR-200 in Refreshmentsof and other relatives over the visiting their grandmother,
postoffice address of the Starke ; Recommended punch, birthday cake, and Labor Day weekend. Some of Mrs. Joyce Stokes and familyfor
claimant and must be sworn to Regulation Full-actuated Traffic NOTICE OF ADOPTION OF ice cream were served. the others they visited were two weeks while their
by the claimant his agent or his RESOLUTION OF THE CITY Mr. and Mrs. Elton Watson grandmother Williams is in
Signal.
attorney or it will become void COMMISSIONERS OF THE BIBLICAL MUSICALTO and children, and grand- the hospital. We wish her a

according to law. On recommendation of the CITY OF STARKE FLORIDA BE PRESENTED daughter, Teena; Mr. and speedy recovery.Mr. :
August 28 1974.WALTER Director, Road Operations the CLOSING AND ABANDONING "Traveling Road," a Mrs. Alton Nichols Mr. and 00 .. a 10 p1
EASTWARD AVENUE AND AN Mrs. D.R. Monton and their and Mrs. Paul D. t OO i
above traffic and speed Biblical Folk Musical, will be R :
ALBERT DAVIS ALLEY LYING BETWEEN LOTS Prescott and Johnny were
determined presented at 7:30: p.m. Sun daughter, Lynne, and her .
to ,
L. A. DAVISCoAdministrators regulations were 5 AND 6 OF BLOCK 1, AS PER family all of Lakeland. We visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hugh j
the ,
be reasonable and necessary day, Sept. 22, at Brooker
OF SOUTH in Lake Butler ,,
of the PLAT THEREOF to find that theMintons' Markham L
the basis of the Baptist Church with Lavern were sorry
upon
Estate of NOAH JEFFERSON GATE REPLAT AS RECORDEDIN Sunday afternoon. Mrs.
youngest daughter,
and traffic Investi- Outlaw, Sr. directing. Donna
DAVIS deceased gations engineering, and authority was PLAT BOOK 3, PAGE 1, OF Poteet and Donna Stricklandwill Amanda, had been in a car Wilma Allen, her daughter,
9/5/ 2t THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF and great-granddaughter
912NOTICE
be narrators. Soloist will accident the Thursday before.
therefore given by the Secretaryfor r r < wer
the establishment of same BRADFORD COUNTY, be Dianna Freeman Debbie She had just gotten out of Angela, were visiting also. r

and the placing of the proper FLORIDA, LYING AND BEINGIN Outlaw, Mallene Wells Pearl intensive care in Lakeland
OF APPLICATIONFOR SECTION 33 TOWNSHIP 6 General Hospital on Sunday
and
and indicated Wolfred Greg Douglas.
marking signs as ;
TAX DEED SOUTH, RANGE 22 EAST, there.She had FOR SALE: All sizes of
for the elimination of Laree Temple will be pianist, when we were a
also Office
The
CIIY( OF STARKE, FLORIDA, and Mrs. Howard head injury. masking tape.
existing controls where this is Douglas
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN located. AND DISCLAIMING ANY organist. Shop.
that Donald Wade the holder of RIGHT OF THE CITY AND THE
Everyone is invited to at - -- -, -,-- s-s-.--
the following certificates has Tom Webb, Jr., Director PUBLIC IN AND TO THE LAND tend, and refreshments will be
filed said certificates for LYING WITHIN THE CONFINES
a tax served afterward.
Department of Transportation1t
,.. \ deed to be issued thereon. The 912IN THEREOF. LEARN INCOME.. TAX
:
i t' certificate numbers and years of BIRTHDAYSMrs. COURSE
issuance, the description of the TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Francis Parrish
Sept
.....,. and
TO I /ncrudas sununt lee law.
and the names in EARN
property I, Angela Truett, age 3, Sept. apoWcad.n w p.ctlc It! elask. ...
't which it was assessed are at THE Notice is hereby given that on .
CIRCUIT COURT OF 2; Chris Thornton, age 3, Sept., -. seal.a
follows: THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- August 6, 1974, in accordancewith 12; Rhonda Whitman age 8, With Amtric* i Largest Chefee*f days. end. ....._-.
CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR Section 166.041 Florida Sept. 15; Tootsie Tucker, age Tx Srrwc* ConMeMe eturaee1 up n.raduadan.ENROLL .
Certificate No. 117. Year of BRADFORD COUNTY. Statutes the City Commis- 8, Sept 17; Russell ThorntonII. ,t

i4 Issuance 1971.Description sioners of Starke, Bradford age 2, Sept. 26; Mrs. iW.4BI.OCKJOS
NOWI
of Property: Corn. PROBATE 1-1981 County Florida adopted a Catherine Manning, Sept. 29; ) INTInVIIWS ,. .. .. .............. -
AVAILIkSlIto -
Classes Start .
at SE Cor of NE 1/4 and Run W Resolution closing, vacating and Mrs. Inus Bazar, Sept. 27 iur sruotim ; se/aL ,. "':.' _
y 523.5', Nwly. 166,5'for POB. By IN RE: Estate of CLARA abandoning portion of South Oct. 1 > "(,'''f''t-: ." .'"" .
,. i 103', Nly 1267', Wly. 110' Sly LATTERMAN, Deceased. Gate Replat hereinafter PERSONALSMrs. -:I- -- convenient class beetle.t -- 1.f .... .

1100', Sely 103'. to POB ex. described and an alley, and Ruth Barnette, her lll7Ot211LOCKy
Parcel desc in OR 78-141 being NOTICE OF PUBLIC described as tying within the daughter-in-law, Susan, and til N. walnut s,., .,11.. Fie. f4-tlM .

the Westerly 55', Sec. 24, Twp. SALE OF REAL confines of the following granddaughter, Nicole, of Pk.ls and .. frM .IMfrnwtlM. sand .... HAH .... Mimi T.. Ci ru.
T 4 8 S., R22. PROPERTYNotice property to-wit: Miami were visiting Mrs. Inez to TMe Nnll I. newt tie INNlNla..i..ud. (MM em e>ew M eHetlm .

Name in which assessed: Green and Shirley over the p.A.IO eoUMC ,
Clifford WardenAll Is hereby given pursuant Eastward Avenue and an alley Labor Day weekend. U NAME .
of said property being in to that certain Order lying between Lots 5 and 6 of Mr and Mrs. Tommy Cox !

g f. the County of Bradford, State of entered In the abovestyledcause Block 1 as per plat thereof of and children, Bradlee and ADDRESS. PINOCCHIO PRODUCTION Plnocchlo learns bad little cart;

I! Florida. by the Honorable John A. South Gate Replat as recordec Deena, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest a CITY -_PHONe turn Into donkeys ot Pleasure Island' In one ol seveq big
Unless such certificate or H. Murphree. Circuit Judge, on in Plat Book 3, Page 1, of the Edwards, Mr and Mrs. F.M. TAT (IP CODE numbers In the new "Disney On Parade" Fourth Edition producllon-I'
certificates shall be redeemed September 6, 1974 the Clerk of public records of Bradford Vickery and David of ,. 9.2e at the Jacksonville Memorial' Coliseum t. 18-22. Ticket
according to law the property the Circuit Court of Bradford County, Florida, lying end.jeing Gainesville visited with the .. _CLIP AND.MAIL TODAY_ _y $4.30 and $5.50 with children 12 and und halt price all performances




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ELIZABETH NAACP GIVENS NOTICE WALKEf;l 'e.rg .. crt n/tlI/i "lB<

There will be a special call ,

meeting of the NAACP CLASSIFIED AD RATES HOUSE FOR RENT School $ SAVE $" I

at Tuesday Greater night Allen September Chapel 17, Deadline for Insertion MISCELLANEOUS teachers furnished special.house on 2 bedroom Kingsley LILLIAN C. PEARSONReal Wall Drilling i ALCOHOLICS r

A.M.E. Church and at 8 p.m. All Tuesday Noon preceding Lake. Will rent from Labor Estate Fast Rotary ANONYMOUS FRED DAVIS

members interested Thursday before publication. Day to June 1st. $125 per PhonelAnytimel7823806 GMC TRUCKS
citizens are invited to attend. Minimum Charge 2.00 SAWS month. Call 533.2208 After 5 Drilling EquipmentFor BUICK PONTIAC

SCIIOOLNKWS (Covers 15 Words) guaranteed.SHARPENED Call work p.m. Hchg 9/12 10 acres on SR-230 E. & 964-5148 "A LITTLE RIDE CAN
Each word 964-7509 or ----- -- ---
Wilson
Adults can register for the 10 cents over 15 leave at Jackson Building FOR Rd.Professional. 2" Thru 6" WellsCall 8 AM.-9 AM. SAVE YOU A LOT" TF
RENT Bachelor Apt. GREEN COVE SPRINGS""!
classes being offered in the Supply, Starke
or Keystone 12 MIDNIGHT 1 A.M.
various centers in the All Heights Furnished. A/C, $80 per mo. building Good Us For
county. Classified
Ads must be tfchg. 633 location
McMahon St. Phone 964- Priced right.
If the class wanted is not being paid for in advance unless - Your Water System Needs
you 6279. Itchg 9/5. 964-7959
offered in there are fifteen have
an established FREE 7 2 BR. 1
account weeks bath
old -
-- home
-
puppies. -- --- excellent S2698
enrolled it be with 2PM.-5 P.M.
students can the 9&470&1Durrance
Telegraph .
organized. For informationcall event' 50 cents ? that Phone 964-6602. Itp 9/12 FOR RENT- 3 BR Mobile Homeon condition good neighbor-
extra
charge --- ---- Griffis Loop. E.Z. Lee hood.
Vo-Tec. 964-6150.( for billing. Not Pump 13lp.9/26
errors when responsible for SEWING MACHINE REPAIR m, Phone 964-8816. 1tp 9/12. PLUS TAX & TAG

UIC'HCII' NEWS phone given over the All makes cleaned, oiled and nt!I --- - - Approximately 41/2 acres Supply
or when
:Mt. Mortal United typed and brought copy to the Is not office. adjusted, $7. All work /12; FOR RENT 2 bedroom mobile North of Lawtey on US-301. Developers Of

:Methodist Church Kev Willie guaranteed Strickland James. home on Kingsley lake, year 3 BR 2 bath Cent. Under Ground Water Heaters .
,
Stilt pastor. Weekly services Morgan Road and round. 5332026. Itchg 9/12
with Choir rehearsal SR-16. Ph. 964-8733 or 782- heat air low down 864 N. Temple Ave
began -- - -- CleanedNow
Wednesday night at 7:30 for 3189. Also scissors sharpened payment Starke Fla.
$1. tfchg ... ... Is The Time
Choir No. 1. Sunday services Sales & Service TFN
t FOR SALE - -- --- Cecelia B.
I Terwillegar
sill begin with Sunday Schoolat LOST AND FOUNDFOUND To Have Your Gas &
10 a.m. Morning service at ; BILL'S Home Remodeling Associate

11 a.m. At 4.10: the United Service: Electrical plumbing b... A4 Phone 964-S145 Oil Heaters Cleaned

Methodist Women will meet. and carpentry. Fast service. If FASHION CAREER /

pleasant Grove United GARAGE SALE Friday & its in the home we do it. Call Like to own a ladies fashion & Checked Before

:MethmlistChurch.Kev. Willie Saturday. Sept 13 & 14. 1509 964-8087. Itp 9/12 Ladies blue wallet. store? All nationally Cold Weather Arrives
E. Brownlee St. Itp 9/12 Locate at Bradford County Your famous
Stilt pastor. Weekly services -- - -- -- merchandise
Tuesday night with - ------ -- Telegraph, 964-6305, Unda factory fresh latest styles. Call
began LOSE WEIGHT
safely & fast Thomas. Must Real Estate
be able AUDI
at 7:30. Bible FOR SALE to Your customers 50
meeting : save
prayer White German with X-11 Diet Plan, $3. Identify. Jr. Reams
Class Wednesday night at 8 Shepherd puppies Ph. 964- REDUCE excess fluids with X- Broker per cent and often better

p.m. Morning service at 11 5760. 1tp 9/12. Pel, $3. Koch Drug's 9/12 shopping in the finest continental 964 1130 376.4551

a.m. Visitors are always - ---- ---- 8tchg 1031PLUMBING Automobiles Buy Sell- Trade- atmosphere. Complete 4222 NW13th St
inventory and beautiful 9/12.10/3
welcome.New
FOR SALE ((4)) JR78 X 15 Steel --- -- --- -- Gainesville
; ; Bethel Baptist Claireh. Belted Radials UsedFOR AppraisalsCALL fixtures. No experience
Only 8,000 WORK wanted I
Hcv Leroy Davis pastor Mi.. On tires. Also have ((2)) L60 Homes Mobile homes necessary. Complete
Wednesday night at 7-30: Bible or training program with life
X 15 BILL POWELL
R-W-L 10 wide. Steve
in. businesses.
Reasonable. Ph. OLINS MOBILE
Class and prayer meeting Thomas or 9645327 After 964 6947. SALE-67 Dart 4 door A/C REAL ESTATE time assistance backing HOME SALESHWY.
1tp 9/12
were held. Sunday School will 5:30: p.m. Itp 9/12 -- -- -- A/T clean, good mileage, 9646464 and guidance of large 100 W, PH. 964.5606 T Z.i. f"
climax services for the day. good tires, $600,473.2321. 1tp nationwide company. Very
- - --- '
Hegular services will be held FOR SALE 4X8 Pool table, OPENING September 23. 9/12/ ASSOCIATE high earnings. Investmentof &ss&Si
Sunday September 22 1974. $14,500, guaranteed.
Academic --
--
Kindergarten. --
condition. Ph. 964-6947. Ages
good SELECTION
Kbriiezrr Church, Returnable by contract if LARGE OF PRE OWNED ft
Baptist
Itp 9/12/ 21/2-5. Call Lu Sanders to FOR SALE-1964 ton pickup Ralph Bryan
Kev Leroy Davis pastor. register. Ph. 9648404. 9/12 completely overhauled. $550or not satisfied. REPOSSESSED HOMES IN GOOD
- -- -- --
Services will begin with 4tchg 103CUSTOM best offer 964-8087. 1tp Write To: Mr. Joseph CONDITION AT A REASONABLE PRICE
Prayer Meeting and Bible FOR SALE Two 20 watts coral 964.6208 ,% MADEMOISELLECLASSIC
-- - -- 9/12 TF
speakers. 40 dollars. Call 964-
Class Thursday night. 2121 Corporate
-- - --
Saturday night the adults will 7847 after 5 p.m Itp 9/12 HAY BALING: By Square Blvd. Suite 136,

sponsor a program. Sunday '- - ---- -- bale or on percentage. Phone Acreage 1 to 100 Jacksonville, Florida

services will begin with FOR SALE Quality freezer beefat 782-3715. 8/22 4tp 9/12 Bradford & Alachua 32216, or Call Collect ((904))

Sunday School at 9:43.: !Morning a reasonable price. J.R. -- -- -- -- t WANTED j 725-7724.
NEW 3 BR, 2 Bath Central inn
service at lla.m.. Wainwright. Ph. 9647835. J Jag
Evening service at 7 p.m. Itp 9/12 MOBILE HOME MOVING. Also Heat and Air Carpet on *

mobile home hurricane anchoring wooded, high-dry acre lot,
(al'eaterII..n (Cluix-l -- - --- ---

.I.l.E.: Church, Kev B.C. FOR SALE Portable T.V. 19" and mobile home roof butside city. Two to choose JIMMY MOORE'S
Williams Conference coating. Olin's MOBILE Home from. .1I. Job Opportunity
pastor. Zenith
WANTED
screen excellent .
Sun
SportsMORE .. .
Service 964 5606
Jacksonville Rt. 100 W
began Monday in condition $60 964 6279. 1tcha 3 BEDROOM bath C. B.

Kev Williams closed out 9/12 Starke, Fla. tfchg Carpenter Work with Heat and Air Carpet BOAT FOR '

the conference year Sunday. - - -- -- Additions Repairs beautiful lot in Starke. IS x 30 YOUR MONEY TF r Offers
Sunday September 13 Allen REDUCE New Construction. family room with fire place. iVyVUA?
FOR SALE Water front lot on safe & fast with STARKE PH 964-5791
Chapel will have a new Licensed ContractorWe
Hampton Lake with 3 GoBese Tablets & E-Vap ftte
minister Sunday services will "water Nice 3 BR, 1 Bath CB in Excellent 1
bedroom 11/2 bath mobile pills" Andrews COMPLETE OUTBOARD & T ON"D". /
licgin with Sunday School at 10 Want Location 1
home, large closed in porch, Pharmacy, 356 W. Madison STERN DRIVE SERVICE "" I
am. Morning service at 11. shed dock &fenced in $25000 Starke. 8/15 5tp 9/12 Welding Work AND REPAIR ::: i fcetvfcVtefegLdldLU

Choir Union 3 p.m. Evening without trailer $22,000 See - - - Pulpwood To Buy Beautiful Building and mobile -
service, 5:30.Greater: Carl J. Wilson & Son home lots inside and out COMPLETE FIBERGLASS
F.J. Keys. Hampton Lake,
Bethlehem, Hampton Fla. Itp 9/12 SR-16 West side city. REPAIR Dining Room HostessesA.M.
Freewill Baptist ( lmrt.li. Kev '64-6691 914-8336 CUSTOM BUILT FIBERGLASS *
-- - -
Jasper \\iU4O*,. pastor. t MotorcyclesSTARKE J 9-5 4tp 9-76 Want to have one built? We FISHING BOATS
& P.M
FOR SALE 7 .
Weekly services began month old Walker can help you there also.

:Monday night with Tiny Tots Hound puppies. Good stock. --------- Apply Holiday Inn U.S. 301 North 1t

rehearsing and Ushers Board Ready to run, $50 pair or $25 WANTED Used furniture CHECK WITH US Cash & Carry TiresI

:No 3 meeting. Tuesday night female, $35 male L.C. Kelley, CYCLE CENTER 207 refrigerators, washers Dilhmer's WE MAY HAVE WHAT
rehearsal was held with the Waldo, Fla. 468-1731. 1tp N. YOU WANT
Temple Ave. Ph.964-6020, Discount House. tfchg 412E CALL
Senior Choir Wednesday j"12/ Your authorized HODAKA - LET US HELP YOU Floyd Saul Brother and Day
-- - TIRES
night Prayer Meeting dealer, BUYSEL4.TRADEIUNIIEUFAHMAGLNCY I

Thursday night the Ladies FOR dairy SALE crossed Baby calves$25 &dairy up.& -- tfchg.------ WANTED Good home for 1 I J FRONT END and Nile Janitorial Services
Circle w ill meet at the home of1I's.
purebred registered female
:\ James Prince. Also Maurice Edwards Jr Ed- Chihuahua and 1 purebred INC & have merged to bring youA
wards Rd. Phone 964 6096 or
Friday night the Prayer Band 10/3 male Chinuahua No Charge. Reg Real Estdte Broker BRAKE SERVICE
will meet with Mrs James 9648510_ 9/12 4tp r HELP WANTED l Write 'O' Drawer A, Starke, Pdul Faulkner Broker complete line of services. With a larger, more experienced
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Prince Sunday is Pastoral Fla. 1tp 912HOUSES Irene Faulkner Assoc staff to meet your needs promptly.

Day Sunday School will begin FOR SALE: 75 HP Chrysler Robert Faulkner Assoc. QUALITY TIRES & Home Business IndustryFloorsCarpetsWindows

services at1:311.\ : ) Morning engine, 16 ft. boat and trailer Louise Me Rae Assoc. SERVICE FOR LESS
service at 11. Sunday at 3 Good condition Kids lost HELP WANTED Etc.
from : Lady to sell
the All-Male: Chorus interest. Must sell. 473 2210tfchg convenience food. Good pay, FOR SALE 2305 N Temple Ave. TFN Renew the beauty of your trailer, home roof, patio or
will --------
Stdrke
Green Cove Springs group insurance, profit Fla 964 50b5 pool.

lender a program in behalf of sharing Apply Food'n Scat Mildew and stain removal by Hi Pressure, steam

the Men's Day Program. FOR SALE: Beautiful finger tip Store South Walnut and US WANT TO SELL OR BUY and.or chemical

Evening service.. 6 p.m. bridal veil with Hera headpiece 301 tfchg. FOR SALE 12 X 50 mobile REAL ESTATE' Davidson Lawns and hedges cut- yard maintenanceJunk
Saturday before the lirst dotted with seed home
tiny pearls. - - fully furnished $400
Sunday the pastor and coin Us For Best PricesProsner Mobile Home ParkIn
Used Good down & take
once. as new. up payments of and scrap removal from homes or stores
,
Deacon's Board are asking all <;W.utmri tfchq
$35. Phone 473 2210 $70.77 per month. Ph 964-
members to be present lor a -- City Limits
6179 after 4pm. Itchg 9/12 interior and
Painting exterior
church meeti.ngFlee r FOR RENT ) -
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Canaan True Church TV Color picture tubes only $79 $30 Per Mo.
964-5425 964-8359
of, God; l In Unity, Elder plus labor, Dahmers Discount, TRAILER FOR SALE 10 X 45 We now have a fullttme appliance
2
Sampson White pastor. tfchg. bedroom 964 6324 after 4:00: repairman for all your Walk To New
p.m. Itp 9/12 repair needs.
Wednesday night Prayer - FOR RENT-12 X 50,2 bedroom -- --- -- -- Shopping Center Extraction Methodof
service. Announcing The New Soil
Meeting. Terry
mobile home. Call 9645261.
Call Badcocks City, Gas Water 1 Sewer
Friday night Teaching and WATSON'SIIOUSEOFVACUUMS Itp 9/12 FOR SALE 3 BR, 2 bath 964-5289
Prayer service Sunday concrete block, I acre lot. Carpet CleaningNot
-- --- - On 301 South
School at 10 a.m. !Morning Owner assume Mtg. 378-
Service at II. Evening ser- FOR RENT Two bedroom 9666. tfchg
f Many brands of new vacuums furnished Jolu Motel Foam, Shampooing or SteamingSoil
apartment, 202
vice 7pm.Mt. -- -- -- -
: I'isgah A.M: 1.1'hurch. $3900 up. Used machines North Broadway Ph 964- STARKE 301 MOTEL 964-8810
FOR SALE Small Extraction leaves clean free
Rev. H.tFranklin from $10. Expert Repairs all 7120. Itp 9/12 2 BR house your carpet or soap
pastor makes. Parts and Accessoriesfor Price $11,850 $2,850 down. I and water and almost immediately ready for use.
Sunday School will begin --- -- $94.69 Weekly & Monthly
Monthly Located at
services at 10 a.m. Morning all vacuums. Built in RENT Furnished 2 615 Rates We free estimates and
FOR Lafayette St Call are now giving setting up appointments
service at 11. Evening service central vacuum cleaning bedroom block home on Gainesville. 3722633. 9/5 for no earlier than September 20, 1974.
lit 5 p.m.Rodney. systems. 712 N. Main, Griffis Loop. No pets. Phone 4tchg 9/26. 964-5976 301 North SpecialNew

Eric Holland son of Gainesville. 3767110_ TF- 9645690. Itp 9/12 ---- -- -- tt To introduce and promote this new concept of carpet
Holland - -
Mr.\ William
and Mrs. -- - -- Doublewide cleaning the first 5 customers will receive their carpet
or Starke has entered Flagler FOR SALE Epiphone Guitars cleaning (for Half Price.In .
College in St.Augustme He is made in Japan by Gibson now FOR RENT 12' wide mobile New Homes 3 BR, 2 Baths, BRASINGTONC.11)I1.I.AC01.1)SMORILE 3 Br 1&/i Bath

a 1974 graduate of Bradford at Dahmers Discount. tfchg homes outside city limits. J.B. Carpeted Cen. H/A. Some ) \ :
addition we now feature odor removal and Scotch-
High School. White. Ph 964 6114. If Appliances Garage or Car Port. Only $6995Your
- no SI.KS&SKKICKFine : : gard protection.
City or Rural.Acreages .
answer call 964 8775.
+ t + t + + tfchg '
_ __ hrlt'ttiun of l'sed Cm s
Added air pressure can NEED TO CLEAN YOUR uu u Large or Small. 'IIk'n! UII Cadillac 'fralll'sUUI 964-5425 9G4-8359

reduce wear and keep tires TYPEWRITER ? Come by FOR RENT Furnished 2 BR N.\\ 1:till :.17N-3.I01: Doublewide

cooler on long trips at steady The Office Shop and pick up house. Quiet neighborhood.No We will collect your rent or (..\1%ESVlLI.EINSURANCE\ Specialists 9/29. T chq. 11/14
speeds. says the Tire Industry some liquid or sheet cleaner Pets. 782-3279
Itp 9/5. Appraise your property

pounds Safety Council.for turnpike Add up driving to four, for your typewriter.FOR --- ---- -- -- Starke Telephone 964 6162 Big "G" ... .. ..............

but never go above the FOR RENT Trailer Spaces
maximum allowable air SALE: Cash register Available 1st month's rent AT REDUCED RATES Mobile HomesHwy
/most sizes In stock. Call Day or EveningsA. : EMPLOYMENTWe :
pressure. molded on the paper free. Call 4962841. Lake AUTO, FIRE BOAT
have
Call in to see If we your 90 E. Lake City. Fla.
sldewall/ for 'Instance 32 psi"for size or come In and just Butler, Fla 9/12 4tp 10/3 J.TIIM\S.: Realtor DOYLE E.CONNERINSURANCE
most passenger car tires. - -- -- 752.3201
browse at The Office Shop. (Ul.VUIAUTST.:! ; ; ., AGENCY
++ ++++ FOR RENT Nice 3 bedroom 2 Tel. 1)61.5162 TCHG TF : are now accepting :

Rear tires propel and front
bath unfurnished house
tires steer on moat U.S. cars. FOR SALE: Pickett Templates, available Oct. 1st. Ph. 964- applications in the following .

To balance the treadwear forth Lettering guides. General use 5065. Hchg 9/12 Long Champ
PumpsNew
different Jobs they do. templates. Electronic, Elipse BYRON DUCE categories :
------- -- ASSOCIATES REALTYBranch : :
tires should be rotated every and Architectural. All for sale
8000 to 8.000 miles, says the at The Office Shop Phone FOR RENT Mobile home Office Home and And UsedSALES
Tire Safety Council. subdivision spaces, half acre 367 N.Temple Avenue SPREADER :
Industry 964 6305.
lots. Morgan road and SR-16 VERNIEP.ODOMAssociate : Building Materials]
+t++++
$35 month. Phone 964- : :
per WE BUILD PARTS RECEIVING DEPARTMENT
5606. Itchg 9/12 964-7700 or 964-5476 SERVICE

-- 'YOUR PLANS OR OURS
SUPERVISORPermanent RENTtBRADFORD Nice C.B. DEEP a SHALLOW WELLS : :1'
FOR Home and 12 YOUR LOT OR OURS' SHIPPING DEPARTMENT
position good starting VILLAGE APTS. modern acres, So. 301 frontage Plumbing Supplies

benefits, furnished, A/C. 1 BR.. walk FREE ESTIMATES WAREHOUSE
salary. Liberal company 2 story frame house and 15 : :
In closet enclosed patio, off REMODELING REPAIRS EXPERT SERVICEON
will train. street parking. 315 acres in Person .
Washington Ph. 9648601. ADDITIONS ALL MAKES Apply

SOUTHERNWOOD PIEDMONT CO. tfchg Lovely Bessent brick Road home with one on HOMES BOUGHT SOLD PHONE 964.7061 7:30 to 4:00 Mon. thru Fri. .
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900 North Center St. acre. TRADED : :
Baldwin Fla. 32234 FOR RENT 1973 12 X 60 2 ACREAGE FOR SALE DurrancePUMP VOGUE MFG. CO.
bedroom mobile home APPLEAN BROWN
furnished with A/C. $125 per Associate! 964-6853 SUPPLY CO. .
Employer Hchg : 7 0 S. Water St. Starke
Opportunity
Equal mo.--Ph.--964-5944.-----Itch--oJ 9/12- 964.7955 HWY 3n11' STARKF -rrww.. 864N. TEMPLE AVE. ...A'"r" .............. .J





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Page in TELEGRAPH St'ptt'mberIZ.1974
Bradford Voting Results
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Preci. .Grand

w./M.W I 1 2 3 4 5. 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13A 13B 14 l5A l5B Total Aba 'J Total
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Mrs, Charles Tatum and State Senator;

daughter Weaver of Boynton Mrs. Beach Melvin .Kenneth H. ck YL.Jr. -11S22.. .3 j6 l1B eA; ,,, 117 11.8 1n, 104 t.&. 86 1.& 54 472ft 178'

spending several days with are Marion ettit _16i_ 69 74 9&.7n785m_ 35 ml0_ mR'I% 30 68 54; 717R _
Mis Lou Struth. State Representative Dist 25

Bill Hester 151 62 40 32 62 35 15 40 65 69 e9; 7 4"4 11 7n ,n 9 7"Q.1" Rn.&.

was Mrs.a Edward patient in Wainwright Alachua Frank Williams 181 145 11'_ 154 29' 12.1 lR'I 231 .1no l"R 188 13& 203 35 111 FIn 53 "';Q126, '819'

General Hospital the first of County Commissioner Dist 2; :
the week Mark: B. Adkins ___ 197 109 99 86 166 115 5S 136 160 106 127 70 110 21 56 68 27 1708 R 17710

Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Johns Geor e W. Roberts, Jr. 146'5'6 102"184 44 13& 130 204 103 111 89 132 24 74 40 35 1714 89 1803

and family of Macclenny were Count Commissioner Dist 4 :
and Sunday Mrs.dinner J.W.guests of Ritch Mr. E. W. Hodges Jr. 159 123 75 93 184 73 132 130 197 114 80 80 121 23 71 76 36 1767 92 1859 i

celebrating! Johns' birthday Harold E. Waters 167 75 74 89 166 84 56 129 156 102 168 7'l.: 122 2& 61 4n '6 1611 62 1673

School Board Dist 1; I

Arthur R. Gaskins 221 33 95 96 210 99 4 163 205 134 129 54 148 27 69 80 38 1805 91 IB96

1 FOR SALE: Lettering Guides Herman Johnson 13 187 11 67 50 9 197 36 42 33 36 63 26 9 11 In 6 806 24 1:130:

templates-- Stickers At The stencils Office Shop and Johnnie Blaine Thompson 117 36 48 35 98 Oj2 5 73 112 59 84 52 70 9 51 27 23 951 4R. C9CJL.

chqBoard! -. Dist.: .. ._2j
I FOR SALE: Typewriter and H. A. Lawson 6! 1.02 67 88 138 61 62 106 Hin Inn 157 69 110; n 6'1 ..7 '17 lo; Rn '6.46.-
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Adding/the Office Machine Shop. ribbons at Patricia (Pat) Spen ler 170 91 R" 97 711 CJR _119 159 206 116 86 85 I'R 25 68 36 25 1826 81 1907

School Board_ Dist:
Maurice Edwar s Jr. 62 100 39 37 68 32 71 51 96 60 58 58 84 9 33 18 9 885 j o; Qt..n
FOR SALE: Magnifying
glasses of all sizes with Seeber D. Goodman 59 48 33 61 89 20 51 89 85 54 76 57 58 10 43 9 3 845 45 890
handles At The Office Shop. William G. Graudons --60 28'30 7-- ll22f36 54 104 38 17 17 58 6 29 16 2 665 37 702-

.;J. T. Parrish 151 1" 5.1 46 9n 85 38J.9... 80 58 111 35 50 21 27 76 56 1089 30 _l9
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 0-
-71s. Demo Conference
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Delegates
FLORIDA IN AND FOR Jack Armstrong.__ __ ..332f>> 53.2.8 105 40 61 44 125 83 89 52 75 49 39 21 .
BRADFORD COUNTY. John M. Crapps "-'n ,,, lR 27 39 13 SO 1.1 Ie} 6 t'J 3 10 9 _- ---
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Philip C. Davis '50:> __.29. 37 27 56 ::31 56 ';0 17 n '9 16 1.1
In Re: The Marriage of LOUIS .Wm. Larry Freeman 46 28 2.1 3.1 R 3.1 17 'i9 ,e} 15 27 I' 0; 11

and HUGH VIOLETA SHOCKLEY FERNANDEZ, husband Sidney Knight: -2.L12..... ...JL2.0.. 36 13 16_ .j0 33 27 35 17 25 J -11 __.L .__.. '
TUCKER SHOCKCLEY, wife. 'Phyllis Miller 46 20 36 32 99 37 10 79 84 27 29 33 58 29 16 10

NOTICE OF SUIT Gerald A. (Lon) Smith -2 34 46.. __--28 67 23 11_ 44 61 32 27 31 42 37 9 10_ .. ._ ___
NO PROPERTYTo R REPUBLICAN PARTY

U. S. Senator
Louis ,:
: Hugh Shockley
3 1 5 4 3 2 3 3 5 2 5
3259 Branard Street Jack Eckerd 2 4 2 2 46

Houston, Texas Paula Hawkins 2 1 2 5 1 4 7 1 5 3 2 3 1 1 34
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat
State Treasurer,
an action for dissolution of .
marriage has been filed againstyou Jeffrey L. Latham 1 1 1 2 3 1 4 5 2 6 3 5 3 1 1 2 41'

LOUIS HUGH SHOCKLEY ,Ge_ne_ Tubbs. ,__ _2- ---.1_ 3 8 2 2 5 2 4 2 1 1 4 1 42
and you are required to serve a JUDICIAL
NOK-PARTISAN
copy of your written defenses, if
any to it, on the plaintiffs' attorney Supreme Court__ -_Group_2l:
whose name and address .Joe: BoydRivers 158 113 74 88 165 93 137 130 170 116 74 77 _128 21 67 48 34 1693

Esq., P.is O.GEORGE Drawer 1030 H. PIERCE.Starke, I Buford 114 94 64 72 160 50 60 116 163 97 105 76 99 27 61 45 20 1423... =- __

Florida 32091 and file the .supreme Court Sroup2::; :
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original with the clerk of the Shelby HighsmithBen 103 93 59 63 115 64 87 87 117 72 91 83 81 20 48 26 17 1226 .. .
'-' .0137 -
above September styled 23 court, 1974.on otherwise or before a _'F._- Overton 137 88 74 96 191 74 103 137 198 133 133 83 : 130 28 72 56 321763 :,=,=

judgement may be entered .- Supreme Court Group k.:

against demanded you for the relief Arthur.J.._ J England7Jr;; : .. .___. _.. .. .90.. _'66 87 162__ f- 64 92_ _124.. 168. -_1Q1 J.Ol 82_ Jl _21 __56 E_ ..29. 20_ 1515 _
in the complaint of
petition EI.LSpector!! 99 89 64 65 143 69 101 109 140 106 46 63 91 26 65 55 30 1361 _- .-----

WITNESS my hand and the Dist Court.,:,_ of !Apea1-Group! -1...:

seal 1974 of said Court on August 20, John:. .Paul. _Howard. _f __ _____ _2.4-2..L 48 6n 106 "in 1&. '" 9R ,, &. 11 l." '),; _2.6- .. 935.. -

GILBERTS: BROWNAs Rufus O., Jefferson 20 25 14 11 29 14 9 23 21 19 17 21 27 7 9 14 3 283 ._ .
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Clerk of said Court -t-RL: Jc ) Mills_ JIr.,. ._ 62: 40_. _.19 0 ._29 80__ -' 33 4 72 75 58 68 37 5J. 13 28 2.0 -- _9698_ : =

By Beulah M. MoodyAs 123Vi': _.U.,_Tumin _..___.-__n__ 30 17. 13. __12._ .3$ .1 B 20 31 24 14 l1..j 4 9 7 5 ___2 653 7 _
Deputy Clerk
H 29 4t 9/19 :Wilson W.. \Wright; ______ ..__ 52_ _. 38 .. 38 _. 41 30 175 50 84 32 62 25 56 13 30 14 8 _751_ fI f------ _
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'\.1 "... | Construction Permits At $3 Million lj. ,


SWIMMING "New county construction purposes. 223 permits with 64 permits amounting to chicken farm building. ,
crossed the$3 million mark in amounting to $1,244,371 have $1,278,675 for single one- Other permits issued total I
1- late August but the building been issued. This compares family type dwellings 123 amounting to $331895
permits for last month were Ten permits totaling They were for additions,
slightly below the monthly ++++++ $181,200 accounts for the new alterations or repairs to
A.i I averages for the year," Replacement tires supplied residential constructionfor existing buildings, Gaines
'POOL County Zoning Director L. M
said.
with a car as original the year. This total was
Gaines said in announcing the equipment advises the Tire boosted in August by the three "None of these figures include -
y tftr ,/ new"Since figures. Industry Safety Council. A permits issued totaling $78.000 the costs of constructionin
January 1 the zoning smaller size may effect for a new store building,a new the municipalities of
'" office has issued 420 building ground clearance, Instrument milk and dairy barn and one Starke, Law ley. Hampton or
: SPECIALS ,, permits for all types of con- accuracy and the suspension for construction of a new Brooker," Gaines said
& struction totaling $3,036,141, system of the car.
averaging 53 permits
per .
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month, and $379,518 in value
r A bubble on a tire sidewall

: Instalation One Week All!! Prices Go Up Ian J I/;; $350815 issued per month.,in both August 49 being permits valued slightly were at protrusion generally serious may trouble.mean The

separation of one or more
below the
for the
averages layers of the rubber the tire Is
year, Gaines said. To The t
made of, and can causesudden
Mobile homes continue to
1 17x36
19x43 disablement.
lead the way for residential
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; Reg. eC\a\ Reg % O I would like to take this opportunity to
eiK
S 1 I
Mona Marchant
By
$5495 $6350 S\ extend to the persons who placed their
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a $4995 $5700 ANNUALS are coming-The Application forms for the confidence & trust in me at the polls
1975 Tornado will be on sale SAT Exam are available in
Oct. 2 and 3 by the Annual the Guidance office. All
Staff for $8 with name and $7 college-bound students should Tuesday
without name. take this exam,the sooner the
20 X 43 Tornado( colors are Scarlet better. Scholarship and
__ and Gray with a silver Coat of financial aid applications call My Sincere Thanks!
Arms against the scarlet anda for this exam. Many colleges
red Tornado against silveron require either the SAT or ACTor
Figure 8 Pool the front cover. The Tor both. See Mrs. Aljects for Support The Candidate of Your Choiceon
nado will be highlighted with a more information.
'' silver Tornado on the back Senior placement tests will Sept 24
Reg. $6900 Less $700 cover.A red Seventy-Five will be taken Oct. 1 and 2,
be written out on the side everyone should be present.
against the silver lining on the Career and College Day is set BILL GLOVER
front for Oct. 8 for all students interested -
Special $6200 in college and future (Pd. Pol Adv)
Underclassmen: Pictureswill careers.
All Pools Include be taken of the 11-9
11 : graders tomorrow with a 25 I

/I Complete Installation 21 x 41 cents photographers the job sitting can be will completed fee.be presentso Two in J. T. PARRISHCandidate

Decking one day. Everyone should
Kidnev"Shaped have a picture taken so it will .
Filter be published. in the '75 Tornado For ,.

Motor> Pool __
SENIORS: You can pick up School Board
your Senior Proofs that were
Diving Board Reg. $6900 Less $700eAutomaticTimer taken Aug. 28, in the Administration
District
Building Sept. 16.
Orders will be placed for all
$6200 Senior pictures Sept. 23 for all
Includes 2 Ladders Special of those that missed the '
His
previous dates and for late Expresses Appreciation to all the fine folks

pictures.All that voted for Him on Sept. 10.


Seniors should contactMr. He Will Be Grateful For Your Vote &
W. R. Pools Francis or Donnie Neel
about getting Senior Identification Support On OCT. 1 In The Second Primary.
Cards as soon as
possible. All cards are free of VOTE FOR ft ELECT J. T. PARRISH
w Owned By G.W. Robinson In business over 20 years. charge. If you are caught off
campus, you should have
Phone 378.7087 Gainesville Identification is what the ON OCT. 1974
cards are for, so ,

carry times.them with you at ALL Your Vote Will Be Appreciated [Paid Pol.Adv.lJ.



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