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Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Creation Date: September 19, 1974
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BUTLER A ten-
tative totaling $477,218
was accepted budget by the Lake b
Butler City Council Wed- --4 I Iar It

nesday, September 11, but
final adoption of the budget Almost
will not be made until a public CompleteSTARKE
hearing has been held.

The hearing was set for +

Wednesday, October 9, the -
next regular meeting date of "Bad news became worse when we were
the council. told that natural --------- .
gas curtailment would be for 341 days in --- -- ------ -'-

Included in the new budgetfor 1975 instead of the 274 that we had planned jon. That

the year beginning October means we will only get natural gas for 24 days in 1975,"
1 are pay raises of $50 { ; City Clerk Merrill Edwards told- the commissioners County Adopts
month for members of the
city per council, the mayor, city Monday night in the first of several planned work sessions
attorney and fire chief. New for the city's 1974-75 budget.

salaries will be$150 per monthfor "Now, according to my calculations based on prices that
the council, attorney and we are now paying we have got t.o increase our fuel oil Budget TotalingI.609

fire chief, and $200 for mayor. ,+ estimate to $686,500 ibr next year When these ad-

Employee pay raises to justments are made our budget' will be out of balance to

$3,50 per hour were approvedfor the tune of $280,500. What are you going to do about it?"
three city employees and : { Edwards asked the commissioners. $ MillionMrs. I
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$2.75 per hour will be the new
rate of pay for other membersof L1
the city's work force. Last year's budget included ductions was tentatively
Pam Thomas bakes a cake and son. Jimmy, 2. is good at licking chocolate off a spoon. As a $250,000 for the cost of fuel oil agreed upon. // Final approval of Bradford done. Certainly, there v
Under consideration is the school board member the Lake liutler housewife says she'll have time to devote to the job. and natural gas to operate the County's record $1.6 million wouldn't have been any '*""1
adoption of a new city's power plant. Soon after (See Page,2) budget, up some $300,000 over raises,"
hospitilization and life in- the adoption of the budget a last year, came Thursday The carry over in the budget
durance plan em national energy crisis morning, Sept. 12, following a will disappear this year when
ployees. The propose plan Feminine Point Of View"You've developed! and prices of all TuesdayRunoff brief public hearing at the cranked into the operations of
was presented to the councilby petroleum products began courthouse. the county Brown points out
representatives of the escalating, including fuel oil Unless the county can save
Metropolitan Life Insurance used by the city which almost Tacit approval of the this there will be
I come a long way challenged the stacked odds near the birthplace of William commissioner's expenditure again year
Co. A decision on the adoptionof '" tripled,advancing rapidly to a no carryover to take up increased -
baby! goes the popular and won, Shakespeare.The proposals was given by the
the current of
insurance plan was cigarette advertisement, but '1 hey will add their feminine only daughter in a price 29 cents per taxpayers by their failure to spending next year
deferred until of the With the
also
a meeting gallon. city "Now, that's to catch
that statement is now a realityin touch to their respective family of four children, Pat show up at the public hearing. going up
could be held cutback in
city employees suffering a natural with us some time, the clerk
both Bradford and Union boards this sent to Burton House
beginning
was No one appeared to initiate a
for a further discussion on the gas which is also used to fuel On says.
Counties November 19. School for Girls, from which
TapIn discussion on any part of the
benefits offered.A the
power plant's engines a In broad terms the $300,01)0( )
School board will and
problems r- she graduated then at- financial budget or to voice a dissent to
one year lease from be given the feminine point of tended college for two years.In severe crisis the previously advertised increase is being used for an
October 1, 1974 to September view of Mrs Patricia developed. financial outlay for the across-the-board 10 percentpay
of Starke I' yPyy 1945, she moved to The crisis resulted in the year raise for all 60-odd county
30, 1975, was approved by the Spengler and Mrs. CitySTARKE beginning October 1.
council.The lease provides for Pamela Thomas of Lake uiry Washington, D.C., and 10 addition of a 35 percent sur- employees and by inflation in
the use of the city park by the Butler. They became last years later moved to Starke. charge to the bills of electric The hearing also fixed the the cost of supplies f.
.. __. __.. recreation' board and it's Tuesday the first women to Since there was no Girl consumers for the last four With only one millage for the commission at There was only one new
approval was deferred from serve on. either school board. Scout troop and daughter mar.'hi; of the budget year race on next Tuesday's Sept. 4.871 mills for the coming county employee added, a
the council's last meeting Neither thought she could Judy was eight years old, Mrs. June July, 'August and September 24 ballot ,City Clerk Merrill year. deputy supervtosr.of elections,
pending an agreement bet win. But both placed their Spengler set about beginninga ,* 1974.Preliminary. Edwards .predicts a small Increase in the budget' is at $4.800 per year.
ween the city and the names on the ballot out of scout group and continued in budget figuresnow turnout for the decision on the being financed largely The county's expendituresand
recreation board on the sheer determination to try to A1'F that work for 10 years. include $686,500 for fuel Group 3 council seat. through a total carry-over receipts are handled
responsibility for vandalism do something about the oil and $14,546 for natural gas, The run-off is between two from last year of some through!: General Fund, toad
damage. problems they see in their Meanwhile she owned and totaling$701,000 for both kindsof newcomers to city politics $260,000, made up of unspent and Bridge Fund Fine and
school operated the Starke Credit fuel. That is $451,000 more Harold Epps, a National federal revenue sharing funds Forfeiture Fund and the
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The lease provides the respective takes than systems."It little Bureau, which she sold in that was required over last Guard employee at Camp and cutting corners where County Health Fund.
recreation board's maximum to more a 19(>6. At that time, four year's budget. Blanding, and C Carlton possible. About 56 percent of county
put name on
responsibility at $500 for that courage line said your Tom children were running aroundthe The commissioner's went to Chastain, a fireman at the "We've been very lucky," money is expended by the
Casey,
vandalism damage during the former Bradford school house and they needed a work on a review of the Cecil Field Naval Air Stationin says Clerk Gilbert Brown. General Fund. The new GF
term of the lease, with the last mother at home with them, budgets submitted by the Fire Jacksonville "Just because we budget it budget totals 101.000\ and the
,
city's responsibility being for superintendent night at the -Tuesday Mrs. Spengler said. Department, Police Depart- Epps led the three man doesn't mean we spend it. Just millage rate set by the
any amount In excess of the of polls.male Casey candidateat was "After a couple of years, I ment and other city depart- Group 3 race last Tuesdaywith because it's there, the board commissioners is 3.10077 mills
speaking a
recreation board's maximum.The accepted a teacher aide ments with most of the un- 595 votes. Chastain polled doesn'tspend it and neither do which will provide a total of
the time, but it doublefor
goes position at the Bradford defined budget items, such as 332 votes to gain a run-off I. $349,857 in local taxpayers'
recreation board has a woman. Middle School" she said. overtime and "I'm Federal
contingency berth. very proud this year money. revenue
already tentatively approvedthe "I'm really surprised I won.I In 1972, Mrs, Spengler items, becoming the first Holiday Inn Manager Bill that we did have the cash sharing money is $15:>,2IiO,
still
terms of the lease and is has can't realize" fully what resigned the position and victims of budget cuts. An Glover, another newcomer to carry over. If we hadn't, I with the state contributingSee
happened, Mrs.
expected to sign at its Sep- says (See Page 2)) overall total of $41,189 in re- (See Page 2) don't know what we'd have ( Page 2)
Thomas. Husband
tember meeting, according to Jimmy, a
Larry Powell, recreation Union High coach, encouraged
dirt.'c'lr. her campaign "but I
A petition presented at last don't really believe he thought
month's meeting for the an- I could win," says the 26yearold Contempt Charges DroppedIn
nexation of a 11.81 acre parcelof housewife and nurse. The
land was approved by Thomases have a twoyearoldson.
resolution of the council. The also Jimmy. 1t=.
proposed development will "I've got a lot to learn. I'm
provide 33 additional home convinced" says Mrs. ,
sites in the city Spengler, wife of Col. V.J. Union School SuitJACKSONVILLE
Spengler of Starke, a youth County
worker, school system employee
and former business -

lilt down (burr, woman. as A the new saying broom goes.sweeps As u clean now Con of the original $250,000 nounced withdrawal of the Employment of Clarke and order, had filled the vacated
Mrs. Thomas beat Ray Bradford school board tempt charges were droppedin damage suit filed against the contempt charges against the Rue was terminated last Aprilby positions of the two men.
Powell, publisher of the Union l1I'mbl'rIrs.: Pat Sprngler a joint agreement in the superintendent and the four superintendent and board the superintendent and
County Times, for her Lake board members Rue and members. four members of the Union In
she is interested in seeing newest phase of the legal by a quasi-compliance with
Ir14t ; Butler school board post says that as much of the money as battle between Supt Jimmy Clarke who were joined by the Attorneys did not reveal any County School Board on the court's order the board re-
Mrs. Spengler tackled a Union Education of the details of the settlementbut of failure
possible directly bt'nt'fltl'tht' Cason and four members of County multiple charges to employed Clarke and Rue,
tough seasoned pro in 24yearveteran student in the classroom. She the Union County School Association. Announcement of said they were hoping to do their jobs. Clarke as principal of Union
II.A. Lawson for her the settlement bring the lawsuit to a Clarke and Rue filed suit Adult
IMS critic iecd n lniinistiatietosts. Board and two employees pending was a County High School and
xr Starke school board post. \ former Union High Band made before U.S. District satisfactory and rapid con- in U.S. District Court for Rue as a music teacher in the
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Neither thought people Director Richard Rue and Court Judge Charles R. Scottin clusion. $250,000 damages against the Lake Butler Elementary
would vote for a woman. They Patricia "Pat" Spenglerwas former Lake Butler Middle Jacksonville.A superintendent and board. School.
OPEN HOUSEFor born in Vancouver, School Principal Burce hearing on the contempt Details of the proposed Judge Scott issued an order
Parents Brooker British Columbia She moved Clarke.At charges against the School settlement will be reduced to a requiring the Board to reInstate Failure of the board to
Luwtey from Canada to England at the same time last Board filed by Clarke and Rue written statement and sub Clarke and Rue to the employ them to the positions
Monday'Night the age of two when her father Thursday, Sept. 13, the attorneys was scheduled to be heard last mitted to the court in about 10 positions held at the time of formerly held resulted in the
7:30 p.m.Bradford Millage Hearing retired from the Royal also announced that a Friday before Judge Scott but days,after which a ruling will their dismissal. contempt charges being filed
Canadian Mounted Police. She tentative agreement is being was cancelled when attorneys be forthcoming from Judge The Board, however, before against the superintendent
Middle Are Set TonightTwo attended( high school in worked out for the settlement representing both sides an' Scott. the receipt of the Judge's and board.
School \\eston-Super-.Mare.: which is
Bradford located in Sumerset County

----- hike municipalities hearings tonightLawteyat will hold ta x- Legal Redress Is Sought In Crystal Lake Dredging I

LIBRARY FRIENDS 7:30: p.m. and Brooker at 8.
Florida law provides that ClayBradfordGroup

Meet Monday, 7:30 governing bodies, seeking to In a unanimous vote at its The upset property owners stated he did not give per- Higginbotham observed and is an Intelligent enoughman
raise millages beyond the Plans September meeting, the Clay first brought the illegal mission for the dredging that "restoration to know better," she said.
----- recommended rollback levy, County Zoning Commission operation to the Commission's verbal or otherwise. He said would not solve anything"
must advertise and conducttwo moved to seek legal redress attention in July. At that time he did not have time to answer and Mrs. Johns agreed, The lake residents did
DANCE hearings, with a two-week Crime ProtestA against James G. Jones for Jones said he had contacted Jones' letter because of more remarking that restoration suggest, however, that Jonesbe
Friday Night interval between the first and unpermitted dredge and fill Dade Scott of the Internal pressing matters, Mrs. "would be ridiculous. Not only fined $1,000 "to uphold the
second. meeting of concerned citi- work bordering Improvement Board in law for the benefit of
on his property Higginbotham reported.At would it again disrupt the
NO Armory Little opposition was voicedby zens of Bradford and Clay Crystal Lake. Tallahassee, thinking he the July commission lake, but it would bankruptMr. youngsters who had been
Peace Machine the public at Lawtey's first Counties has been called for 7 needed only state approval for meeting, Jones was told that Jones." involved with getting petitions
hearing on September 5. The p,m. Monday, Sept. 23, in the Walter Murphey and Mrs. the dredging operation. He he must apply for a permit signed, and to keep others
----- county tax assessor recom- auditorium of Clay Electric Jerome Johns representing a said he received verbal approval "after the fact," and this In defending his action from coming into the area and
mended 2.179 mills as sufficient Cooperative at Keystone group of Crystal Lake of his request and that application was denied by the Jones said "I did not alter the doing the same thing.
BHS Season to raise the same tax Heights according to Dwight property owners told the Scott told him he would "get commission m a 5-0 vote on natural opening into Crystal Kopelousos told Mrs. Johns
Football TicketsOn millage as the previous year Arnold acting chairman. commission that the dredginghad back to him,." but never did. September 5.According Lake."He added that "peopleare that neither the lake residentsnor
under the new and higher "The meeting was called as disturbed the lake bottom After writing a letter to the to some of those catching fish in there (the the Zoning Commissioncould
Sale Now assessments. However( state a result of a rash of robberies, and upset the ecological state agency and again attending this meeting, if the dredged area) and a three- impose a fine on Jones.
Phone "4-092 law requires each break-ins, and burglarieswhich balance along the shoreline. receiving no reply, Jones said zoning board denies approval footalligator Is in that area, so The case would have to go
municipality to levy a have plagued the lake he assumed that Scott felt the after-the-fact, the II Board I don't think I have hurt the through the state attorney'soffice
cw.r.lQllr minimum of three mills in area increasingly for the past !Mrs.Johns reported "piecesof work to be *o inconsequentialthat could make Jones restore the ecology." and the county judge
order to participate in state several years. Arnold said. grass and sediment on the written approval was not area to its original condition. Quoting the penalties would determine the guilt or .
(Eommunttytatr revenue sharing funds. "It is intended not only to alert shoreline that we have never needed, so he proceeded with John Kopelousos, the board's section of the zoning;( code, innocence of the defendantand I I
Lawtey would stand to lose law enforcement officers had before," and declared she the dredging in an effort to attorney, said however, that Mrs. Johns said that Jones set the penalty if any he
$' Hank about $40.000 in state and regarding the need for ad- had to step through sediment solve a mosquito and snake in his opinion the II Board was guilty of a misdemeanor, said.It .
federal funds if it did not ditional professional help, but "four inches above my anklebone problem. does not have jurisdictionover which carries a penalty of $500 was learned last week
AN..' ..... u. comply, Mayor Gene Pearson also to initiate a program of ," She alleged there had Mrs. Mary Higginbotham, lake bottoms In non- fine or 60 days imprisonment. that an affidavit has been filed
T. 12O.00It.. information to help citizens been "definite damage to the chairman of the Zoning meandered lakes and could "The people of Crystal Lake against Jones charging him
R1..i. ..- arr..r c-.. said.Tonight's hearing Is the first take steps for self-protec- south east and west sides of Commission, said she had not, therefore, require do not want Mr. Jones jailed, with violating the county
for Brooker tion" Arnold added. the lake" due to the dredging. since contacted Scott who restoration in Crystal. but feel he has broken the law zoning regulations. I




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(From( Page 1)) (From Page 1)) University Hospital in collected through the county
and circuit courts.
Several proposals are under from us In these inflationary Gainesville.She $72,500 is 'j'
politics, was eliminated from burn and raised in Bradford worked since 1956. city government after 16 consideration by the com- times that we are having. worked in the medical expected to come from this }.:
the race when he finished County. Chastain attended Epps has been a member of years. missioner's to provide more With robberies, thefts and unit for two years and became source next year.Expenditures .
third with 262 votes. Bradford High School lie is the Florida National Guard revenue to bring the budget break ins and enterings continually head nurse in the intensive from the F&F ,
Chastain, 54, is a 20.year married to the former Ella for the past 18 years, and Is a I I into a workable balance. on the increase any care and coronary care unit fund amount to about 14 ,1
veteran and captain with the Mae Sapp of Hellbronn member of the Madison Street I Among those suggested were: reduction in personnel will for one year. She worked percent of the county budget :
('rash and Rescue Unit of the Springs They have two Baptist Church, City Volunteer --A 10 percent Increase in hurt the department and the another year at the V.A. total, and provide for the '.
Cecil Field Naval Air Station children, Sue and Tommy, Fire Department, und the electric rates fr commercial services we are providing," hospital in Gainesville before operation of the county
Fire Department A resident and two grandchildren. Starke Police Auxiliary. users,which would bring in an Bowen said. resigning to become a mother. Sheriff's Department with a ;
ul' West Lafayette Street in Chastain owned a local Epps has spent the past 18 estimated $78,000.( "If we should reduce the "1 intend to stand up for budget total of about $178,000 1
Slarke Chastain is making his pulpwood business for 18 years in administrative work ''I ? v 1 -A garbage pickup charge police department by one how what I think Is right and do for next year. Other ex-
second try for the city council. years. Ill' is a member of the which he believes will help i of $3 per month providing an much could we cut from the what is best for the students penditures from this fund are
Ill' ran third in 1971 for the First Christian Church and him in carrying out the duties estimated revenue of $115,000. budget," asked McRae. and employees of the school for witness and jury fees In ''
Group 4 seat now occupied by Bradford Lodge No. 35. of a city councilman. Also under consideration is "About $152 a week, or system," Mrs. Thomas said. both the county and circuit 1
Commissioner Vernon i Silcox. Epps, 39. has been a Starke former is married to the a change in the electric utility $7,904 for the year," Bowen She expressed appreciation courts as well as the administrative :
'hastalO has been a Starke resident for the past 20 years Joan Silcox. They rate structure with no said. for support and promised to do expenses of the j
resident for 37 years, is the I lIe is employed as comptroller have two children: Bobby, II, estimate yet as to how much "It looks like if the others her best in the job which lies courts. $6,500 is paid out of this
son 01'11rs.. Jesse Chastain ot' lit the Combined Support and Angela, 7. The Epps revenue would be provided are going to get the 10 percent ahead. fund as supplements to the
Lake Bedford a retired Maintenance Shop at Camp reside on Bessent Road In east from that source. raise we might just have to do Mrs Thomas is not the first State Attorney's office and
County 'ummissioner. lie was Blanding where he has Starke Marc Jackson, newly that," McRae said. woman in Lake Butler to be that of the Public Defender
---- -------- office. That The fund will have a cash
elected city commissioner in With the proposed cuts elected to public
jAppreeiution hh n September 10 primary, sat totaling $18,854 to the police honor goes to Mrs. Margie carry-over of $20,178 to begin
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:My Deepest A in on Monday's budget department's budget, the new Cason, former Lake Butler the new budget year on Oc-
session, as did Carlton Chas- total under consideration now mayor now beginning her fifth tober 1.Hemainder.
ToThc Carlton Chastain lain, a contender along with stands at $147,074. year on the city council. Back of the county's
Incumbent Charles Harold Epps in the city's "There Is another thing that when she was first elected, a total budget of I,60'J,774 is
Schaefer won re.election to his second primary to be held we have got to consider in the woman politician was really expended through the County
l-colle Of Group 5 seat, polling 802 votes September 24.Commission. new budget and that is a site something, I\1rs. Cason says. health )Fund, representing a '
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to 406 for challenger Tommy for a new landfill. According She received area wide little over two percent of the
Bradford County Williams Attacks to Jack Trawick, who was publicity.CotuttyAdopts. total. $35,242 has been set up
Chastain and Epps are now Police ft'pt. Budget here at last month's meeting, and approved for expenditure
d. x e I seeking the Group 3 post being "It looks like the only way we have just a short time to go through this fund. The millage
F a rx4 vacated by veteran councilman we are going to balance this on the one we are now using," rate for that purpose has been
) ; I and present Mayor.Com- budget is to cut back some of Mayor Commissioner Neil (From Page 1)) set at ,32879 mills for next
,I missioner Neil Tucker the services and even Tucker said. year. The health Department
II( who is perhaps
I Sincerely Thank You For My Victory In The First is not administered
M leaving city government after reduce some of the per- "We are looking into the $109,171 in funds to support the budget by
Primers As Your School Board Member.'Ib ; eight years.In sonnel," Commissioner possibility of gelling a site In local budget. 'rhe com- the county, but county commissioners .
4 "t losing Tucker and Jimmy McRae said Tuesday the Camp Blanding area and a missioner's were able to hold are the approving
These Hw Worked In My Behalf I Am Indeed \ Wiggins, the Starke government night, September 17, as city meeting has already been set the line on the millage agency to set the millage levy
". \1'1"... is commissioner's work to discuss the feasibility in for the health Department
(; 'tffll1. ; giving up 24 years of began up because of a healthy cash
/ lIarold EppK experience for two new on the budget where they had cooperation with the Bradford carry-over of $170,585 in the and local taxes, upon
comers in Jackson and the left off at the previous night's and Clay County Commissioners General Fund.Proposed. collection are remitted
I Willliffl'or! /' To Serve All Of The People To The Three city council posts winner next Tuesday in the session. We will meet Thur- expenditures directly to the health
'1,'. 1 Qi' 41y Abl1itl.! were open in the Sept 10 first !'Un-off between Epps and The first budget to come sday morning for" a discussion from the Road and Bridge Departm<>nt.
primary. Starke businessman 'hastain under the commissioner's on the matter, Tucker said. Fund approved by the com-
Marc Jackson won the Group 59 percent, or 1,236 of the attack from that view point After a lengthy discussion missioner's is $445,435, with a Census
Sincerely 1 post 770.443 over Fred Sapp. city's 2,0116 registered voters was that of the City Police Department on garbage disposal and the millage rate of .58464 mills to
The Group I post was vacated \\'entto the polls for the three time and distance involved in provide a total of $65,91i4 in
( Pd. P01. Adv.) ARTIlUn GASKINS by veteran Councilman One races in the first primary. "Their budget was only it's transportation to a new local tax effort.. The major Unlerway
Wiggins who is retiring from With only the ChastainEppsrunoff $8-1,000) when I was first landfill site in either the Camp revenue item for road and
remaining for the Sepl. elected eight years ago," Blan'lmg: or Keystone Heights bridge maintenance is from
24 second primary, the turnout Mayor Neil Tucker said. area brought about the need the state's Pour Over Trust Mrs Norma Foray, U S.
is expected to dwindle "Now it is almost doubled for a new and larger garbage Fund amounting to $215,000. Census Bureau interviewer.,
Clerk Edwards predicts a that." truck and body. The commis- The Pour Over Trust Fund is will be visiting local households
ATTENTION LADIES turnout of only 950-1,000 for "Why me?" asked Police sioner's tentatively approved an accumulation of state during the week of Sept.
the lone second primary race Chief Jimmy Bowen. "As a the addition of $30OO) to the funds from several different 16-20 to determine the extent
Tuesday. former commissioner I know budget for the cost of a new sources, including secondary uf people that have been
the budget has to be balanced, garbage truck and repairs to road monies and different immunized against selected
Class in Health and Physical Education will begin but in my opinion this is no one in use. distributions of gasoline tax diseases.
Prccinct 4. time to make the police department In other actions at monies collected by the state The immunization survey
Monday September 23 at 7:00: suffer." Tuesday's meeting, the and channeled to the counties provides information on
p.m.I Immunization
Locution Changed "How many people do you missioners: through the one combined against
have in your department?" -Authorized Randall trust fund. measles, influenza, smallpox,
Location of Bradford asked Commissioner McRae. Davis, recreation director, to The H&.B Fund budget was polio, dlptherla, whopping
Class will meet Monday and Thursday, 7:00: p.m.to County's Precinct No. 4 "Sixteen, including proceed with plans for the development aided this year by a sizeable cough tetanus, rubella, and
I polling place has been myself" of a new ball park cash carry-over of $71.781, mumps. This information is
9:00: p.m. in the Middle School Gym. changed to the Bradford Chief Bowen's new budget and that $4,000 had been which amounts to more than needed for administrations of
Volunteer Fire Department calls for the expenditure of reserved for that purpose. will be paid in tales: to the health programs geared 10
building on North Grand $165,928, which includes a 10 -Attorney George Pierce fund next year. The major disease prevention.
Street, according to County percent increase in salaries 'told the commissioners that expenditure item for the load Information supplies by
Class enrollment will be limited. Clerk Gilbert Brown. for all personnel as previously he had not had a response g Bridge Fund is $)(;0,732 set individuals participating In
Register at Bradford-Union Area Vo-Tech Center The new Precinct 4 location approved for all of the city's from the Governor's office on for salaries of the the survey is held confidential
I For further information call 964-6150 is adjacent to and just outside employees.In the question of conducting up road maintenance personne by law and is used only to
Itchg the county inspection grounds, the Monday night session another traffic survey on US- About 27 percent of county Compile statistical totals.
the former location an item for overtime pay had 301 near the Bradford Square money is expended by the
been slashed from $8,000 to parking area.Point Road and Bridge Fund.
$6,000; gasoline and oil from $228.095 Is the total called FOR SALE: Cash register
most sizes In stoe/t./
$10,000 to $8.000 telephone paper
; for by the Fine and Forfeiture
service from $1,500 to $1,000; Of View Fund, with the millage rate Call/ In to see If we have
Your size or come In and
uniforms and police supplies set at .85ti8 mills to bring in
Thankv from $3,450 to $2,000; contingency (From page 1)) IIi,672! for its support from the just browse. at The Office
fund from $3,000 to taxpayers. Other revenue Stop.Don't
$2,000. made up her mind to run for
11'1 Tuesday's follow.up session the school board.
the commissioner'sremoved "After working in the
You a $4,000 provision for system for five years, I Miss This!!!! Sept 19,20,21&22
a new police car under the became very concerned and
v v'' protest of Chief Bowen. interested with the schools
"We only have three cars in and at that time decided to run Big 'Disney On Parade' Show For
2 service and one of them has for the school board when my
'r For The Vote and Support You over 8-1.000 miles on it and district came up for election in Jacksonville Memorial Coliseum
needs to be replaced," Bowen 197-1," she sa id.I1rs. .

Gave Me September 10 said. Spengler pledged to do q 3ts
Could your department get her best to justify the voter's
along with one less person on faith in her and said she ap-- f
Words Cannot the payroll?" asked McRae preciated the people of
.& Express "We could get along on less Bradford County electing her
.f{' personnel but we certainly to the board.
Appreciation can't provide the service that She attributes her election
the people will be expecting to the fact that Bradford ,

_..__. County voters were tired of
-' --
MAURICE EDWARDS school board apathy and ,
JR. ready for a change.
r. ALL NEW! Pat is the wife of Lt. Co!. :
Vince Spengler of the Florida
Candidate School Board : '. National Guard. Ill' works at
Dist. 5
Camp Blanding as a super.
POULAN'. visor of warehouse operation 1
t r
.. .. and will be retiring next July
after 31 of federal
years ;

I Need Your Help. Let's Put H. service.married The Spenglers daughters,have one living two 4

in SI.Augustine, the other in n n
Starke. Another daughter is in

Our Children First In Our f:The first gas ':'a college graduated and their from son recently the w 1


Schools i chain,saw with,;'?' University Pamela Bolls of Florida.Thomas has > ,,
Not Administration
all spent 21 of her 26. years in
these features J Lake Buller. Her father, who
died in 1971, was a doctor in :Y '
for'undfn$100: 1 Union County for 20 years. 5j
Her mother is still a resident
..AuUlm.tic chain I of Lake Butler,
I IStillsaylwillnotbea'YesMan'Ora'RubberStamp'I oiling standardUnder ; Her husband, Jimmy, is
8 pounds head basketball coach in Lake
? Butler. His grandfather, T.S. 5,
alt m gn8lium housl"9" r-
;
: Thomas Sr., served as school
not plastic!
superintendent in Union
4112" Bar hard.tippee ; County for 36 years.
bar standard not 1R", I\Irs. Thomas will serve as a BIG LIVE SHOW-All the favorite Disney characters open the all
,< fulltime school board member new "Disney On Parade" Fourth Edition prOClaiming "How Dee Do"
for Or .Tlliotton an position with other responsibilities as "It's Whacha Do With! Whacha Go!," The 2\1a-hour\ extravaganza
Anyone ;
Any Group.I >carburetor standard .=: housewife and mother she appears at the Jacksonville Memorial Coliseum Sept 18.22. Tickets
are 53.50,54.50 and 55.50 with
.,"' cuts upside down '.' said. performances. children 12 and under hall price on all

': : .100% Needle bearing' ,"


I Urge you togo back to the t'C"construction:v


I WOULD LIKE TO THANK TIlE PEOPLE OF
Polls
on Oct. 1 Thank You STARKE FOR THEm VOTE AND SUPPORT IN \

TIlE FIRST PRIMARY, SEPTEMBER 10th AS I t1'i

WILL REPRESENT TIlE PEOPLE OF STARKE > ... ....,1
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AND WORK FOR THEm BETTER INTERESTS, If;
VOTE for I ELECT ONLY AND AM Nor BACKED BY ANY GROUPS. "

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Maurice Edwards $9988.

1r. I ASK TlIAT THE PEOPLE OF STARKE, ONCE AGAIN, TO snow

with automatic TIIEIR SUPPORT AND GO TO TIlE POLLS ON SEPfDmER 24. 197-,

chain oiling! AND REMEMBER TIlE "TAXPAYER'S VOICE" .

He will stand up for the children .M.nul.ctur.r',Sug9..t.d Flu

STARKE Vote For

CYCLE CENTER T CARLTON CHASTAINPd.
citizens
and of
taxpayers our County 304 E. CALL ST. 884.e020
(Pd. Pol. Adv.)
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j Joan Dyal Listed In High Hospital AuxiliaryTo Starke Nursing Home I".,:

I cr' School Student Who's Who Meet MondayThe Patients Entertained :

Joan Dyal, daughter of Mr. academics, athletics, activities Mrs. Hall also delivered two
and Mrs. Jerry A. Dyal of or community service Bradford County The patients of Starke
cakes to the nursing staff at
Starke and a senior in annually. Hospital Auxiliary will have a Nursing Home enjoyed cake
Bradford High School, will be covered dish supper at their and punch Sunday afternoon, the Bradford County Hospitalin
included in the eighth annual Miss Dyal was mentionedfor first fall general meeting Sept. 15, with the members of appreciation of their ser-
edition of Who's Who among her activities in debate and Monday) night, Sept. 23, at 7 the Junior Woman's Club vice to the patients.
1 American High School band, and will also competefor p.m. at the Methodist Fellow- providing refreshments.
hf leyJ Students, 197374. one of ten scholarship ship HallGlenn Mrs. Robert L. Hall, Home Michael Huggins
97 11 Students from over 20,000 awards of $500 to $1,000, as Life Chairman,stated the club
f tx public, private, and parochial well as participating in the will serve refreshments Birthday Party i
firm's annual of high the
high schools are recognizedfor survey periodically to patients '.
their leadership in achievers. She plans to attend RitchJrr.Observes during the coming year. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Huggins
the University of Florida after Assisting in serving were a party Saturday afternoon -
DUPLICATE BRIDGE graduation from high school. BirthdayLittle Mrs. Jim Lawson, Mrs. J. W. gave for their son Michael, on
CLUB TOURNAMENTAt Thomas, Mrs.James K. Smith his third birthday.The .
Mr.and Mrs.Tldwell Mr.and Mrs.Gaskins the quarterly tournamentat Glenn Ritch, Jr. cele- and employees of the Nursing party was held in the
Duplicate Bridge Tuesday brated his first birthday Home. yard where the youngsters
Double Wedding Unites CouplesIn night winners were: East- Elks Social Set Sunday, Sept. 8 with a party I played games and were given
West: first, Mrs. Sherrod given by his parents Mr. and favors of candy and toys. A
Hamilton and Mrs. F.J. Shaw Mrs. Glenn Ritch, Sr., at the birthday cloth was used on the
Blanding Chapel CeremonyIn ; For 21 Mrs. Carrie Crews spent
Camp Sept. home of his
second,Jack Burnett and Tom grandparents on last week with her brother and refreshment table which was
Rowand: North-South: first, Kingsley Lake. centered with a birthday cake.
a double wedding man was usher. same time by their father.A Billie Johnson and Mrs. Byron The Elks Lodge will have a The 18 guests including the sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Among the 20 guests were
ceremony Friday night, Miss Karen Macy, sister of reception was held in the Fountain; second, Miss social Saturday night, Sept. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Wade Wainwright, in Jack- Michael's grandmothers,
August 30, at 8 p.m. Miss the brides, attended Pamelaas Non-Commissioned Officer's Bernice Brenke and Sammie 21 Members are asked to Marks Ritch, enjoyed ice sonville. They all visited Mrs. George Huggins and
Pamela Ann Macy was wed to maid of honor. She wore a Club at Camp Blanding which Duncan. bring snacks and guests. cream, cake and punch. Disney World and St. Mrs. James Norman.
Gene Easton Tidwell and Miss baby blue crepe dress with was decorated for the occasion Augustine during the week.
Suzan Elizabeth Macy was blue lace over the bodice and with arrangements of
wed to Randall Ray Gaskins. lace sleeves. She carried long blue pompoms, white gladioli,
Pamela and Suzan are stemmed baby blue carna- white mums baby's breath
daughters of Mr. and Mrs. tions. and springeria fern. --""" .
Lloyd L. Macy of Kingsley Mrs. Jimmy Crosby, Jr. Mrs. Virginia Darby T G Y ,
Lake. Gene Tidwell is the son served as bridesmaid for greeted guests at the door & rIB1!
of Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Tidwellof Pamela and wore a gown and Miss Kim Hodges andMrs. :
Pensacola and Randall similar to the honor at- Harvey Smith kept the Happy To
Gaskins is tendant's, and also carried If ,
the son of Mr. and bride's books. Refund Your Money
Mrs. Arthur Gaskins of long stemmed baby blue car- Standing in the receiving If You Are Not I I
Lawtey.The nations. line were the two couples, '
wedding was solem- Given in marriage by her their parents, and Mr. end 1P family center i SetieliedWith'PurchiM
nized in the Reynolds Chapelat father, Pamela wore a Mrs.M.C. Duggar,the bride's I Your
Camp Blanding with Rev. shimmer satin gown with grandparents.The 0 I J Jmm
Don Denton performing the embroidered organdy over the bride's table was .U ;;
nuptials.Mrs. bodice and sheer embroidered covered with a hand em- --
.Jessie J. Lee, organist, organdy sleeves. Her chapel broidered cloth with blue = umruffi QOa m '
and Jimmy Alvarez, soloist, length train, trimmed with underlay. Centering the table S. 301 SHOPPING CENTER Starke. Fla. Open Mon Wed 9 To 8. Thurs. Sat. 9 To 9. Sun 12 To 6fof I
presented a program of lace, was secured to a Juliet was a three-tier double .
nuptial music.Decorating cap. She carried an illusion wedding cake with nosegaysof foiT fo ( ...
the altar were nosegay of blue carnations, blue carnations, white tlje tlte. tlte. .
arrangements of baby blue white mums, baby's breath mums and baby's breath on
white and and springeria fern. the of each. The cakes
pompoms gladioli top
mums, baby's breath and Mike Gaskins attended his were balanced by two silver vet1)t..tiiit bet..utjt-of it! fun of. it !
springeria fern against a brother, Randall Gaskins, as antique candelabras. Mrs. E.
background of branched and best man. Randall Zippererwas W. Hodges and Mrs. Merrill
tree candelabras with white usher. Strickland cut the cakes.
tapers. Miss Teresa Brewer at- Presiding at the punch '
Mike Macy, brother of the tended Suzan as maid of tables were Misses Christy of it J-
brides, attended Mr. Tidwellas honor. She wore a baby blue Lewis, Valarie Pabst and Joy r-\\
best man, and Dale NorBIRTHS crepe gown with blue lace Laine and !Mrs. Mark Patray. ,
over the bodice and lace Assisting serving were Mrs.I
sleeves, and carried long Don Neel, !Mrs. Betty Phillipsand \ j
stemmed baby blue carna- Mrs. Mira Williams. ,
tions. Mr. and Mrs. Tidwell are \I
Miss Teresa Gaskins, sisterof residing at Paris Island, S. C. I ,
the groom, attended as after a wedding trip to Central .:; .
Mr.and Mrs. Eddie Douglas bridesmaid. She wore a gown Florida. Pam is a 1973 { h
announce the birth of a son, similar to the honor a t- graduate of Bradford High ( :t::: f
James Evan, on Sept. 10 in tendant's, and also carried School. Mr. Tidwell is a 1972 ...h .
Alachua General Hospital. long stemmed baby blue car- graduate of Pensacola High ... .
Grandparents are Mr. and nations. School and is stationed at I .. '. ........ ... '\ ,
Mrs. Robert Green of Starke Given in marriage by her Paris Island, S. C. with the U. .H t t
and Mr. and Mrs. Howard father, Suzan wore a satin S. Marine Corp. : :..:.
Douglas of Brooker.Mr. gown with lace over satin on Mr. and Mrs. Randall I rriH "'.
>Ko.oare+eoa the bodice,chiffon sleeves and Gaskins are residing on High- !t. ............ ,.
and Mrs.' Robert chiffon overskirt. Her fingertip way 16 North, in Heilbronn I +1'
Douglas Crawford announce veil was secured to a cap Springs following a wedding e; i
the birth of a son, Michael trimmed with pearls and she trip to Central Florida. Suzanis a r4 1 ct
Paul, on Sept. 6. Grand- carried an illusion nosegay of a senior at Bradford High
parents are Mr. ,and Mrs. blue carnations, white mums, School. Mr. Gaskins is a 1973
Ancil O. Davis and Mr. and baby's breath and springeriafern. graduate of Bradford High '
School and is with s
Mrs. Gerald Crawford.Mr. employed
Pam and Suzan were both King Royer Construction Co. 4't +, # q I
aPM0+r0 0r0 escorted to the altar at the at Camp Blanding. '} a C s l ,
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and Mrs. Benjamin Jay a

Gleaton of Baumholder, .... ..."' .-......' -
Germany announce the birthof I
a son Benjamin Jay,Jr., on
August 5. Mr. Gleaton is the
son of Mrs. Dorothy Tetstone "
and the late Jay Gould ... 1'1 1'1'n .
Gleaton. Mrs. Gleaton is the '. ',"Co: aa
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daughter of Mrs. James D. .n. :
Carr, Silver Springs, Md. and ... .
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Curtis Baxter ot Lawren- t
ceburg, Ky. ; ';:, '>"

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Allen Mr., and Jr. Mrs.attended Robert the E. i ;{ I V i : I :.o
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Con- ; :
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Tuesday to Friday. Mrs. W D. '.: !' ,,, : '
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McCallum of Gainesville I ri
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stayed with the Allen children ;!" :;mw./,. x
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COUNTY TELEGRAPH r

Published every Thursdayat .' n..,. .. ...... ... :
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Starke 138 W.,Florida Call Street 32091 LuAnn Hanson Engagement ToldMrs. 1// ,,: '> %t"". ap I ) : )Y r.CD oa e...,

Second Class postage paidat ,\ Ii;
Starke, FloridaSubscription Martha D. Hansen of Heights. '" : :::
Vero Beach takes pleasure in Miss Hansen is also the
Rates: announcing the engagementand daughter of the late Rev N ; .-
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In trade area: $8.00 per forthcoming marriage of Henry Hansen of Vero Beach. '-u -u
year; $3.50 six months her daughter, LuAnn Hansen, Wedding date has been set :. ,. .a t Xy nV
to Leon Triest, son of Mrs. for December 21, at 7 p.m. in w y e
Outside trade area: $7.00 Inez Triest and the late the First Assembly of God ) N
per year;$1.00 six months Thomas S. Triest of Keystone Church in Vero Beach.

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I Scott-Jackson Party EntertainedMrs Wedding peopee YOlJ.Jmaw' Need Senior Assistance Citizens I Starke Man Sentenced To 5 Years I IA



Edna Scott was hostess The buffet table was ToldThe i man,Jimmy Virgil and after completion of the was continued.
Rotarians
11 a rehearsal dinner Friday covered with a white lace Mrs.F.J. Shaw was visitingher Mr. and Mrs. George Cookof Stokes, 40 received a sentence minimum term he will be Betty Jean Hagans was
night preceding the wedding cloth and centered with a son-in-law and daughter, Miami were visiting in of live years in the placed on probation for a placed .on probation for a
and Mrs. Ovid Bennett in Starke on Friday, Sept. pressing need for period of three years after
rehearsal for her son, Bruce mixed floral arrangement. Mr. 13. Florida State Prison after period of two years.
the latter of Mrs. Cook will be inexpensive transportation for by pleading guilty of assault with
Jacksonville
and seated at part remembered pleading guilty to possession Reed was represented
Scott. Becky Jaokson held file 20 guests were
senior citizens who do not intent to murder.
last week. as Mrs.Inez Moitt Cook. Assistant Public Defender
lit the home of Mr. and Mrs. card tables which were of stolen property.
Her father, Arthur Moitt have private means of Trial was set for October 8
Steven Bernstein.
Stokes
sentenced the
tied was
Mart Jackson on Mimosa centered with rice bags on
Martha Dennis has Starke's transportation was voiced at McKenzie 19, for Steven Bradford Foust
and Miss first charge Judge M. Julius Lynn ,
Drive by Wayne
with yellow
lavender pink bows and matching positionin blacksmith shop which was the Starke Rotary Club last Carlisle in Bradford County of Starke, was sentenced to after he pled not guilty to
florets. elementary education in located just east of Hoover's week by Joe Kerrigan, Circuit Court Tuesday, five years in prison on chargesof escape and two counts of
Dukes ReunionSet Out-of-town guests were Marion County this year. Studio, still standing, on East president of the Senior September 10. breaking and entering. A robbery.
Rev. and Mrs. Barry Van Call Street. Mrs. Cook is a Citizens Club.Kerrigan Charges of breaking and charge of grand larceny Willie Mack Woodard, 38,
of ,Ala. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Glover native of Starke. said the town has entering and grand larceny against McKenzie was entered a plea of not guilty on
For deVenter Montgomery
Sept. 22 taxicab with
spent last Wednesday to only one a Stokes dismissed charges of handling and
Mr. and Mrs. Richard St. against were dismissedon
Saturday at Innisbrook Golf John and daughter Joy minimum charge of $1.25. If recommendation of Douglas J. Price, charged fondling a child under the age
The 12th annual Dukes Resort at Tarpon Springs. Bradenton Sunday visiting werein an elderly person uses this to Assistant State Attorney Tom with escape from the Florida of fourteen years. His trial
reunion will be Parents InvitedTo go to the doctor's office, thenon an was scheduled for November
held Sunday, Mrs.Mildred St. John in room Elwell. State prison, was given
Sept. 22, at the Lake Butler Friends of Mrs. Eleanor 402 Manatee Hospital. Mrs. to the grocery store, or The defendant Stokes was additional sentence of 18 12.A
Community Center, Lake Open HouseAt Palmes, the former EleanorSt. St. John, a former resident of postoffice, he is charged the represented by Assistant months.The time to be served charge of aggravated
Butler John, will be interested to Starke suffered serious minimum for each stop and Public Defender Jeffery after the completion of his assault against Clarence
a
Business meeting will start Middle School know she Is in her second yearat stroke.J. runs up a bill of several Barker present sentence. Manuel of Leesburg was
at II) a.m. Plans are made to Manatee Junior College in dollars before returning Roosevelt Reed,28,chargedon The cases of Freddy dismissed by the court.

have lunch after the meeting.All Bradenton, studying for an AS G. Caldwell was admittedto home. three counts: Breaking and William Powell, 20, and Ar-
friends and relatives are Bradford Middle School is degree in Library Technology.Her North Florida Regional "Persons on low fixed incomes entering, grand larceny and thur Woodell Masters 18, of
cordially invited to attend. having an open house for all picture was one of three to Hospital last week with just can't stand the carrying a concealed weaponwas Starke were dismissedPowell 6th Grade Parent
a cost, Kerrigan said in Invited To School
parents Monday, Sept. 23 at appear on the college sentenced had been charged
heart attack. to one year in
out the need for Middle School
some Bradford
7:30 pointing of
: ,
p.m.The brochure'recently. the Bradford with illegal possession
County jail on
BestMurrayEngagement of the meetingis kind of bus or tram car that and sixth grade teachers invite all
purpose Mrs. J. W. Kincaid returned the charge of breaking and narcotic paraphernalia
could make a regular run to attend an Important -
to have meet the Haddockand parents
parents Mr. and Mrs. Guy Wednesday after five entering and had the two other Masters with unlawful
Told total faculty of the school as children of Green Cove days around town, picking up possession of a controlled meeting Friday Sept.
charges against him
visit with Mrs. C. C. in
Hoppe people who are with from 8-10 a.m.
well as the child's teacher.All Springs visited her grand- elderly dismissed by the court: substance.The 20
parents are urged to mother, Mrs. E. M. Davis, Tampa. out transportation, taking A condition of the sentenceis case of Richard Wright, The meeting will be held to
Mr and Mrs. Verle R. Bestof attend. the weekend.Mr. them to their destination for a discuss and explain the
over Mrs. Lenore Foster has a minimum of six months in 42,of Jacksonville, charged on
.
Starke the modest fee.Kerrigan curriculum and team teaching
announce returned to her home on jail, with credit being given two counts: Breaking and
engagement and approaching Friends Of and Mrs. W. J. Dodd, said: there was for the time already entering -and grand larceny methods.
Lake after
marriage of their daughter, LibraryTo Jr. returned last Wednesdayfrom Kingsley spendingfive also need for a "meals on served,
Rhonda Mae, to Earl Wayne three weeks visit with months in Barnard, Vt. wheels" service, and a .
Murray son of Mrs. Bonnie Meet Sept. 23 his father, W. J. Dodd,Sr. and housekeeping service to
Murray of Waldo. other relatives in West James Blackshear returned provide a hot meal daily for
The wedding will take place The Bradford County Monday from Alachua persons who cannot cook for
at 1512 N. Temple Ave. at 7p.m Friends of the Library will Mississippi.Mrs. General Hospital where he themselves, and need help in A4L01IDA
hold its annual meeting, underwent surgery. cleaning their premises.The a
on Sept. 28 with a Herb Johnson and son
reception following.Miss MondaySept. 23, at 7:30: p.m. speaker said that
of Tallahassee the
spent
in the Roderrriond
Bradford County Richard of fixed low
Best is presently weekend with her persons on incomesare
parents,
employed at T.G. & Y. Mr. Library.All Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Chism. Chambliss, Ga. was last the hardest hit by the
!Murray is self employed.All persons interested in Thursday overnight guest of mounting rate of inflation, and For Free Prizes
Friends and relatives are attending are invited to do so Bill Godwin and Mrs. Bess Mr. and Mrs. Don Neel.! must have help in these areasif :. Register

invited to attend the wedding by the president of the Hackney of Chattanooga, they are to continue living UT No Purchaaa Necessary To Enter Winner Will B* Notified
and organization, Mrs. Gus Mr. and Mrs L. M. Stoner like human beings.
reception. Kopelousos. Tenn. were weekend guests qf and Mr. and Mrs. John Stoner
Mrs. Eve Godwin. of Ocala were weekend guestsof ONTROL Its Our 25th And We've Reduced

I Mr. and Mrs. George W. .
Brown. St. Marks Prices Store Wide For One Week

[(cc [c!(bBU( Mrs.A. J. Barry and family
MAURICEEDWARDS were visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. Episcopal ChurchSept. Scientific Plants Trees Shrubs
N. Barry in Newberry over
the weekend. .21 .Family Fellowship Pest Control
dish 6 Our Entire Nursery Stock
Night, covered supper,
Mrs. Lex Green, Mrs. H. L. Under Direction Of
JR. Speer, Mrs. W. B. Mundy, p.m.Sunday. .
Mrs. J. A. Griffin, Mrs. M. B. Sept 22 Holy GraduateEntomologists Off
Eucharist, 8:30: a.m. Church 2 0
Jordan, Mrs: L. A. Canova, Prices
Mrs.Eunice Searing and Mrs.L. School, 9:45: a.m. Morning 0 Rep
11 a.m. EYC Meeting,
Your F. Dinkins attended the Prayer

Ji WMU Leadership Conferenceat 6 Sept. Junior Choir Termite Control
Lake Yale Monday to 26 New Supply Fall
School Board Member Senior
Wednesday of last week. Practice, 3:30: p.m.
Choir Practice, 7:30: p.m.Opportunites r'f

District 5 LTC and Mrs.V. J.Spenglerand W..II.r.P.IIINS"ICVegetable
Mrs. Emma Badman ; : :: : Tomato
or -
were in St. Augustine Sunday rlda' Pa.' Control. ,
attending the house-warming Plants Fall Vegetables r

/ WILL, IF ELECTED STAND UP FOR OUR for Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bettes .Household
and also visited Mr. c

Spengler's father, Leonard Pest Control YourChoIcaRag. 5 4

CHILDREN, THE CITIZENS, AND THE Citizens'Spengler nursing, at the home.Senior r .Wa.. afar ragular amtarraialng aarvlcaIntt 0B Tray Tr.y

dittait
TAXPAYERS OF OUR COUNTY Mr. and Mrs. M.A. Baldwinwere destructive" a Truckload Sale
in Savannah, Ga. and (h. l43 OUARANTIIO larvlcaand
.. l InvMtmont that, may
attended the American
UW JGJW E B Motors new car showing in rU. aava cost. you many tins tna Cow Manure

(Paid Pol. Adv) Atlanta from Friday to CQ..fl
40 Lb.
Tuesday. .Ornamental ( .. Bag $A 99
Reg. >2MMichigan
Pest Control o
for Service:
Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.; Ona el our mart autttaMIno Peat
tarvlcaa wa oilar/ cnincn
Is Beautiful Morning Worship, 11 o'clock fl e
Everything bug control plus complataaradlcatlon 50 Lb.
$
Bag 77
A sermon: "The High Cost of of tha prabiamsol : J
Living" ; Church Training, the homaawnar In trying< Reg. '1.
6:15: ; Evening Worship at 7:30: to cop. with tha dlflarantipraya
ta fea used with each
When You Save p.m.Worker", sermon and Church: "The Workers Ideal typa of plant. 5% Sevin Tomato and

Installation Service. Weed Control
Dust Veg. Dust
Monday-Girls' Ensemble,
Anothar' "Ural"In our araa.
RegularlyGuaranty 6:30: p.m.; Youth Choir thla sarvlca I It par The SafeInsecticide
Or SquaaiaDuster
10
Practice, 7 p.m. tkularly advantagaout to
Tuesday Junior Choir, gaMlMia>tonga plant $ 27
3:20 Church, The bottlagai itoraga planti.all l 4 Lb. $12
; Sunday industrial' sltas. Bag Dragon"Brand

Federal Night Place Rally, 7:30: p.m. Reg. MM Reg. ata'
; 1 Wednesday Family Night Spanish Moss
6 Hour of
Supper, p.m.;
Power, 6:30: p.m.; Teachers Control Fertilizer
Presents and Officers Meeting, 7:15 Sale
1 Weekly The' ".II.n,kilter"ol ornm-
e p.m.; Church Choir Practice, mental l "" citrus fr.,.. Apply Now For Prettier
Thlnas This
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8p m. Spanish most control Is T 11
Thursday Inspiration and noctssary for maximum Fall ,
Grow and Next Spring l I'1
Power yield of nut and fruit
t f Visitation, 9:30 a.m.; Music blaring. 'r....
covers
+r Grotone 2500'
Makers; Chapel Bells, 3:20: ; ..
Church Workers Banquet, 7 .Farm Pest Wced-noFeedSqR. $ lIED'lIED
+ 5d This chart will 6
help you plan your savings goals. Put "money p.m. i 1.
magic"to work for your family, by combining: ((1) Regular Control' Reg. 17. .
saving-a: fixed amount each BEN P.BRYANT,Pastor Grotone
e week ((2) the good earnings we Wa are fully aqulppad. tvpratact $598
,u pay on your savings ((3)) Earnings on the earnings you leavein your farm nundinal, Pellets Lb.
cattlo and orchard withalllclant Bag
compounded at regular Intervals.
ObituariesIda cattla and. and Ufa orchardpraying radantcontrol Grotone Root Feeder $ 98
This ,schedule showing how weekly savings ac aarvka. 5
cumulate is projected at 5'A% a year compounded Nardi Green ISO Lb. Bag

: dolly. Rena OsteenMrs. PhonI964.574

--- 100%
[ Organic
Ida Rena Osteen, 69, For Free Inspection
Hew fl $7 to SS 410 $20 died Sunday, Sept. 15, at her $ 99

Guaranty Federal I 0e0Wq' w"." w.. ti w.. W.eIdy w..." w.. 1y home in Lake Butler. Born in And Estimates 6-6-6 50 lb. Bag USage
Bradford County on Dec. 16,
6..... 2.... 13.3. 10 01 113.. 266" 133.70 1904, she was the widow of
Percie Osteen, and a memberof
1 ",. SUI 106.7. 160.17 2..7 W.H 1061.40 Jhe Johnstown Baptist 560 RYE
Also I I Invites i I The Church. Toro Guardian
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2" 1"04" 31134 32..7 54'.33 10M 66 21.233 Surviving are three sons,
Ralph A,Osteen, Lake Butler; Grass Seed
'y". 104" 137." 50057 144" 1..71 33".90 Howard L. Osteen, Starke; Key-Lectric
Accounts Of and James Osteen, Glen 2.1"Cut !lb.34C
4",. 23141 462." "..37 1151.3' 231..72 4627,31 St.Mary; one brother, Willie Power Drive ,
Southerland of Lake Butler;
5"... 297.2' 5H.70' '.1." 1414.71 2973.43 S..II nine grandchildren, and two 60 Lb. Bag 14"

greatgrandchildren.Funeral Reg. '259. $1 QQ95 alb.
Churches Societies 10y". 61376 IH7.9O 2051." 3419.6. 613902' 13.)2.1. services were heldat ti
2 p.m. Tuesday in the Dr.Qiaielieii ,
IS"... 1116.2' 2313.11 35S.... 5032U 11161.70 23720.73 Johnstown Baptist Church Save '30 On a 21" + aovm oa_'"u
with Rev. C.F. Durrance
Credit Unions Clubs 3oyn. 1139' 3"0.22 5510$1 9200.37 11400.7. U71494 officiating. Interment was in Cut Whirlwind e "

Brown Cemetery with DeWittC. GROWS
Jones Funeral Home in Self
Model Propelled ":
CorporationsPartnerships Fraternal 5% % charge. 21711 Reg. M89 $15995 .n.mtnaarlt.o.a.M 00 _

Organizations Rout LowellCompressed -.. -
GOSPELSING Long Handled p.am." awn..ewlrraatrara

Passbook Rat There will be a gospel sing Air _
Saturday night,Sept.28,at the Garden Tool or WAJDOJOlWU
A MINIMUM OF $2.50 Pine Grove Congregational i
Methodist Church at Raiford. Tank any Water Hose ,
Located on Highway 199 off of 1 Lb Reg. s1Be $157

fi1 WILL OPEN YOUR ACCOUNT AT SR-16.be served Free, refreshments and everyone will is Sprayers Your Choice of any One Item 3 Lbs. Reg.'S" $3f


rii f"s invited to attend. No. 180 -3 Gallon Size 20% Off 10 Lbs Reg. $7$7

Guaranty Federal -------------- Rea Price >. 4 g 41

Reg. '1e" $1357 .
A fellow who thinks that 101.la'. -

t' Savings and Loan Association his much dentist commented really charges, "Last too No 1 e73 2 Gallon Size IC. EST / GARDENCENTEK: '

week he put In a gold crown.'I .

'; Th. friendly Savings Ce>nf.r/ Elizabeth.think it belonged" to Queen R eg. '15- $12 97. ,NTI1Ot. 'S3"Euc Call St;

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Southside Elementary m




Heating System Expedited



After three board members classrooms. Parents heatedly /from this plan by Deputy Supt. In other action Monday THEM NOW I y SL !'.

had become lame ducks in protested the lack of heat last W. L. Kilpatrick's suggestionthat night, the board: ,.
Sept. 10 primary balloting, the winter and the board at that it would be cheaper to bid -Indicated it still plans to t
Bradford School Board moved time promised to remedy the more of the project at once, meet tonight (Thursday, Sept. :
I
Monday night to expedite a problem before this winter, referring to an identical 19)) at 7 p.m. to open bids on ; ]
new heating system for South- now approaching. project at Starke Elementary.Board furniture for Starke Elemen- j AT ,
side Elementary School "I move-we go ahead with Member Rodney Hall tary, food stuffs, and paper v
before cold weather arrives. the Southside heating and air- said that reasoning could be plates. The board accepted
At the same time the board conditioning now,'.' stated applied to the entire million Food Service Supervisor
delayed the remainder of its Board Member H. A. Lawson. dollars of building, but that Betty Brannon's suggestions BALDWINCHEVROLETOLDS
proposed $1.2 million building The board quickly approvedthe Southside is the only Monday night on some food Nonurban Area
program set for next year motion. Since plans call emergency. items which deviated from the
until after the new board for reverse cycle heating and Architect Don Morgan, bid specifications.
members take office Nov. 19. cooling units the present at the meeting to -Approved for submissionto DevelopmentOffice
But when Board Member portion must also be include explain educational specifications the State Department of
Rodney Hall, who was not up in the project. on the entire building Education the 1974-75 Brad- Opens
for re-election this year, asked "It's an emergency, now program, was pressed to have ford County Comprehensive'Plan ''
that the board "not hold in starting tonight. Yes Sir1! 1 the Southside heating and air- for Schools on a motion:
abeyance" correction of the said Chairman Goodman, conditioning plans ready in by Hall. Hall had requested a In Lake CityA
heating problem at Southside stressing the urgency of the time to let bids at the board's postponement until Monday i
Elementary, the board Immediately project. When SS Principal regular meeting on October night so he could digest the new field office of the
took him up. Dewey McKinney asked for 14. plan,and commented Mondayhe Division of Economic New 1915Chevys
"We have a commitment to clarification Supt. Jim Morgan said he doubted he had read the flan and Development's Bureau of
Southside," said Chairman Temple told him: could have the plans by Oct. "fully concur with i it ." Area Development is in
Seeber Goodman. All five "What I think the board is 14, but he thought he could be -Heard two teachers, Mrs. Lake City and will serve open 18
board members quickly saying is go ahead on South- ready by the board's Carolyn Canova and Mrs. counties.
agreed that Southside cannotbe side, but hold until Nov. 19 all "special" meeting betweenthe Verna Schmidt congratulateSupt. The office will provide local
allowed to go through other projects." October and November .Temple on finding a way community development
another winter with cold The board was not moved meetings."We to let elementary teachers assistance to nonurban areasof and Oldsmobiles
.. don't plan on havingany keep aides to help them in the Northeast Florida which
more special meetings classroom. "I don't know how include: Bradford, Union,
after this one Thursday you did it, but I'm most grateful Columbia Baker, Madison,
night," said Supt. Jim ," said Mrs. Canova. Hamilton Taylor Lafayette,
!/2 PriceCeramic Temple. The Questioned about whetherhe
superintendent Suwannee, Dixie, Gilchrist,
however, promised the board would bring up Monday Alachua, Nassua. Duval, GARS that are FUN to DRIVE in 15
plans and specifications on night the transfer of six Clay, Putnam, St.Johns and
Bisque Southside on or before the teachers effective Monday, Flagler Counties.
October board meeting. Supt. Temple said the tran- Business Development
Morgan then said he wouldlet sfers will be presented to the Representative Marcia
the board know by Sept. 26, board at its October meeting. Braxton is already on the job,
SALEAt next Thursday, if he can have Temple said state regulations and will be joined soon by a
the plans ready by Oct. 14. permit administrative trans- second business development And While You're Here-
At the outset of the lengthy fers of teachers prior to board representative."The .
discussion on the building approval. opening of this new
program Chairman Goodman Upon insistence that the office will permit us to improve
suggested the new and pros transfers be discussed our service to Florida's
ELOISES CERAMICSSept. pective board members Monday night, Temple nonurban communities and
should have copies of all infor- relented and discussed the
mation the staff gives the situation. The transfers were develop relationships stronger with community working Check These OK Used Car Buys!
23 Oct. 2
I present board members. made, he stated, in order to leaders and local developmentgroups
"Let them get deeply in- bring class loads in grades in ," said Bureau Chief
515 Alton Road StarkeAll volved.... What do the other elementary schools to the 1-25 O.M. "Zeke" Wellslager."By .
board members think? teacher-pupil ratio he had working closely with
Sales Cash Only Goodman asked. promised. local officials we can help
"I'd certainly like to see Hampton Elementary lost a achieve both local and 1974 G.M.C. Camper Special
that, if they would see fit to second grade teacher in the
.Buy one piece at full price. ," said Board process, which hurt the statewide economic goals This It a 3/4 Ton Truck With Everything On'H From Power SUorlng To Th.

you'll/ get second piece. Member Arthur Holliday, the school's program, Hamptonfifth such income as improved and distributionof population Sierra Grande Package. Sold New For Over 630000.
other holdover along with grade teacher Carole between urban and rural 5295.00
.at Hall.When Shields told the superintendent. Florida, improved tax basesin
halfprice.Get Hall asked for clarification It would have been much smaller communities and a
of what the board was better to have made the transfers balanced and stable
talking about, it became clear during pre-plannjnj economy more in the state." 1973 Mercury MX CoupeRed
here that a postponement of all before young students became Programs include com- With Whit Top. Power Steering Power Brakes, Air Conditioning,
Come one further action that can be involved in a program and
will be learned to like munity development Automatic Transmission, V-8. One Owner and Super Clean.
early delayed, delayed until their teacher, assistance, inventories of
Come allyou'll the new board members take Mrs. Shields stated. She a'so community assets and $3,295.00
be over. pointed out that Hampton vill liabilities technical
Have A Ball "I think its good that the not have to combine grades' to assistance to communities to

glad chairman" has suggestedthis carryon its defended program. strengthen existing industries 1973 Olds 98 LS Sedan f,
said
Board Member Temple c)m- and other activitie
Blaine Thompson. "It's bination grades with one designed to provide improvedjob Fully Equipped With All The Power Equipment. 60/40 Power Seats, AM-FM
evident that the public is very teacher as educationallysound opportunities and increased Stereo And A On. Owner. You Can Drive This Dream Boat Home Today For
Eloises CeramicsOwned displeased with some of the saying it has not hurt economic stability for
action this board has taken." the programs at Brooker and the Only
and Operated by At that point Hall asked that Lawtey Elementary Schools. Bureau community.officials a $4,895.00
plan
964-5602 Eloise M. Goodman the Southside project not be He said the combination special open house in the near
delayed. grades are in keeping with future in conjunction with a

I"- seminar local area for government development and 1973 Chevrolet Malibu 4-Dr. SedanDark

business leaders. Blu. Paint With Blu. Vinyl Top. Power Steering Power Brakes, Air
Bonnie JJair Conditioned, Automatic Transmission: AM-FM Radio And Road Wheels.
lgle ............................ [This I. A Nice On.].

Hampton Elementary's phil- $3,395.00
osophy of an ungraded school.
Specials Mrs.Shields also questioned
Temple about the eliminationof
Buick GS
1972
two teachers which last Coupe

year helped students with Gold Paint With Saddle Vinyl Trim And Vinyl Top. dnly 27,000 Miles. One

Bonnie Has Done It Again specific(referred learning to in disabilities education Owner And Clean. Power Steering, Power Brakes, Air Conditioning.

jargon as SLD teachers), Cur.
Over Stock On Lamour OrganicCurl riculum Coordinator Richard $2,995.00

Perm Jockel and Temple explainedthat
Protein the SLD program was not
1972 Chevrolet 4-Dr. SedanDark
as successful as they would Caprice
Reg. 12' TWO $850 have liked in that the two Brown With Black Trim. Only 34,000 One Owner Miles. Loaded With
eeks teachers had to try to cover Power Steering, Power Brakes, Automatic Transmission, V-8 Engine And
the entire county and found it
On'/' Hair Cut Extra difficult to spend enough time Air Conditioned. This I I. A Nice One.
child. The
per approach also $2,895.00

Call Bonnie & Loretta Now For Appointment ran into teachers scheduling, they said.difficultywith

Ad Good Sept 19-Oct. 4 yb4-82OO Eleven Title 1 teachers have 1972 Chevrolet
2T
. .. ........ ........ .... .. ... ....... .. .. . ,. .. been placed in grades 1-3 in Impala WagonPower
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teachers and should be able to I I.A Clean OK Used Car. Save Today.
assist with these problems
work with disadvantage $2,495.00
students, Jockel

said. 1972 Chevrolet 1 1/2 Ton PickupLoaded

,;.'.,'.." I II [ ]. This Truck Has Got A Lot Of Life Left In It. It Runs Perfect With
S Automatic Transmission And$2,695.00 Air Conditioning. Save Here On This One.




I ==- 1971 Chevrolet 1 1/2 Ton Pickup

I It I Long Wheel Base. V-8 Engine, Radio and Heater, Rear Step Bumper, And

Ask Good Tlr... This Has Got To Be On. Of The Cleanest In Town [Only 36,000

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One Owner And Clean. Good Transportation At A Nominal Price.

About This Question: $895.00

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Sf 4 political leader was sued
for $200,000 in a libel
I action. The jury awarded
:' ; $275,000. Does this pointup
.;."b'i. : the need for excess or

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for business and S
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Sale Good Thursday thru Sat. i
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September 19,1974 TELEGRAPH Page 7
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Union School Teach ers BROOKER IN BRIEF 2 BBS Coeds Listed


LAKE BUTLER-The Union payroll deduction from loss of $$3,539., The cost of residing-A list in Union of 12 County students were county accreditation schools regulations., as required by Church CHURCH of ACTIVITIES God Sunday LA WTEY parents Sunday, Mr.visitors and Mrs.of their Les By Jeannette Prescott ."I

County Education Association teacher's' salaries.. preparing 197,000, lunches last given permission to attend Authorized a call for bids School 10 a.m.. Worship ser McClellan.. were their son and BROOKER BAPTIST In Who's Who
(UCEA) dissolved its Seven Union County year has risen to 62 cents per Bradford County Schools in for the paving of two parking vices 11 a.m.. and 7:30: daughter-in-law.Mr. and Mrs.. able to help in any way is
FOLK
organization September 1 and students were awarded grants plate, up 12 cents per plate by their p.m. By Elizabeth Terry McCleHan and son, .. MUSICAL asked to contact him at 483-
requested at the Middle and YPE and Prayer Robert "
areas
1974-75 as Meeting,
"Traveling Road, A Laura Thomas Baptist Church Youth Choir,
Miss
Esther of 50 Kay
the King from last cost
arising to take its from years and Mrs..
place will be parents.. Elementary Schools. The size 7:30: p.m.. Mrs. Fran Culbreth Mrs. Jeff, of Starke, Biblical Folk Musical will be 4513.Students Club and
Locke of Club
the Union County Teacher's' Scholarship Fund on the cents.. Mrs. Harold Eunice, Sunday Reddish of State in Mrs.. Ivey's and and Miss Kathy Pep ,,Spanish a
Organization ( recommendation of( a Adopted a resolution -Approved a District Plan of the paved area will be 60 x Faith Baptist Church ,Pebble McKibben, and Mrs. morning.Mrs. Margie presented at 7:30: p.m. Sun Mrs.. Scott's' classes were Starke have been honored varsity cheerleader..
plans UCTO) if Screening Committee. The authorizing that State Funds for Placement and Follow-up 117 feet at each school to Radio Program over WPXE Ann Ross, of Gainesville, and Tommy Talley and Farm. day, Sept.. 22, with Lavern given the opportunity to attend among the Who's' Who in
preliminary can be State accomodate parking space for Starke, 8 a.m. Sunday.. Bible Mrs. Eugenia White, of Santa Mrs.. Jack Kuhne spent Outlaw, Sr. directing. School Miss Locke plans to attend
worked out in the days ahead.. grants approved by the school be received<<:d by the school studies as prescribed by son, of South Daytona, were with her Parents, the Florida-California American High
26 cars each. School 10 a.m.. Worship Ser Fe, gathered at the home of Saturday Narrators will be Donna the University of South
wire new dinner of their Students.
board were made on the basis board's depository by Board Regulations; Sunday guests football last Saturday.
game
Cindy Oppen, a teacher at Jim Newsom
and Mrs.
the Lake Butler Middle of high point scores made by rather than by mail. Cason procedures on Free and Took under advisement vices 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. their brother-in-law and parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.C.Tye. Mr. brother-in-law and sister Poteet and Donna Strickland; They were able to purchase Both girls are students of Florida in Tampa, and plans
School, speaking to the Board the students for' grade said that a three or four day Reduced Price Lunch policies the possibility of providing air School on Bible Doctrine sister, Mr. and Mrs. Dear! Other guests during the and and Mrs. Wm.. Mobley of! soloists are Dianna Freeman, tickets through their physical the Bradford High School and to major in accounting.
Mr.
lunch conditioning() at the elementary Tuesday 8 p.m. at Pastor's Bradley and family Debbie Outlaw Mallene Students from over 20,000,
at their meeting held Thursday averages, test scores on the advantage would be gained in to comply with the free on Friday afternoon were Mr.. and Mrs. education class. Twenty-five are Varsity Cheerleaders for
,September 12, requested senior placement exams, the receipt of the funds.. program, and a Com and middle schools.. home.. Prayer meeting morning and went together to F.L. Roberts, of Jacksonville, Chiefland.Mrs.. Robert Lee attended a Wells, Pearle Wolfred, and students from Brooker and 17 Bradford sports. public, private and parochial
the board's' work experience, leadership prehensive Plan for 1974-75 as Preliminary estimates indicate Wednesday 7:30: p.m.. Bible the train station in and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce of Florida Greg Douglas. Laree Temple from Hampton had a good Miss Thomas is a junior at high schools throughout the
permission : the the low bid of District Meeting
of the school's' tor! ability and references from Approved presented by Deputy that costs of providing Study. Jacksonville to meet their Payne, also of Jacksonville. National is pianist, and Mrs.. Howard time watching the Gators BHS and the daughter of Mrs. country are recognized for
use facilities and the mail box others. Receiving awards of the Ward Baking Company to Superintendent B.L.. air-conditioning will be $$2,500, Grace United Methodist parents Mr.. and Mrs. S.E.. Mr.. and Mrs.. Robert Chapter of the at Douglas organist. Fellowship defeat the Golden Bears 21-17. Seletta Thomas of Starke.. She their leadership in academics,
use of school supply bread and related for each 30 pupil classroom.. Church Sunday School 9:45: Vinzant, of Santa Fe, who League of Postmasters and refreshments will be athletics, activities or com
buildings for the of $$3,000 each were: Jack for the Dunavant, to be submitted to Whetsel, of Keystone Heights!, Wednesday.Mrs. Thanks go to parents and is active in the First Baptist '
Palatka
purpose McGill.. Gerald Griffis, Jr., bakery products the State Department of Discussed but took no a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. arrived home from a two I were Sunday dinner guests of on enjoyed afterwards. teachers who served as Church Youth Choir, Vice- munity service in Who's Who
holding meetings (of)f the Sherry Ogden and Roxanne coming year.Awarded. Education. action on changing the and 7:30: p.m.. .Choir Practice 7 weeks vacation with Mr. and their brother-in-law and Mae Wells was a guest Everyone is invited to attend.. chaperones on the trip: Rick President of the Junior class, Among American High School
proposed group after bid for the of her sister Mrs. Ruth
working a opening time of schools p.m. and United Methodist Mrs. Coy Mayfield, their Mr. and Mrs. Robert of the Senior Students books. Less than
hours. Stephenson. Jonathan Powell sister, last Ezzell, Lorrle Chisholm() Lucy past president
was awarded $$2,750, purchase of 15 filing cabinets Agreed to request a because of Daylight Savings Fellowship at 7:30: p.m.. relatives who live in Green Lee. The Whetsels have Barthlow, of Middleburg. SCHOOL Jl NEWS Hodges,Margaret Hardy, Pat National Honor Soceity, and a three percent of the junior and
After approval by the board, Receiving $$750 each were at $$162 each to George Stuart School Plant Management Time. The board deferred a Wednesday.. Briar, Ark.. This was their recently moved to Keystone Friday and Saturday.Mr. A teacher planning day will Wood, Marilyn Vallenga, and member of the Pep Club, senior class students nation
Oppen said that a group of Cynthia Hendricks and Janet of Orlando. Parker Office Survey on maintenance and decision until Congress makes Revival Services start at the first vacation together.Mr. Heights from Denver, Colo. and Mrs, O.J.visited Boyette their, be held Friday, Sept.. 20, and Phil Vallenga.. Spanish Club, and cocaptainof wide are awarded this
about 30 Union County Norman, with the stipulation Supply of Gainesville sub custodial services in the a determination. church Sunday, Sept. 22, with and Mrs. Cue Dobbs() of Mrs. Cora Hodges, of Jr., and family and Mrs. O.J.. there will be no school for Students in the physical the varsity cheerleading recognition.
teachers had expressed an that the latter two grants mitted a bid of $$175 each.. Rev. Vernon O.. Anderson, ol Raiford, were guests of their Macclenny, and Mrs. Marion parents, Mr. students. education classes are winding squad.
indication of becoming would be increased if more Greenville, S.C.. as brother and sister-in-law, Mr. Hall, of Jacksonville() Beach Boyette, Sr., of Lake Sr.City. is on The first PTA meeting of the up their physical fitness tests. Miss Thomas plans to attend I
members of the new funds should become Evangelist. He will speak at 11 and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs, Friday spent Sunday with their sister. Sunday.. Mr. Boyette a year will be held Tuesday, Results will be reported later. college after graduation County Delays
organization and they were in available in the scholarshipfund. Please Vote For On October 1 o'clock' and in the evening at of last week. Mrs.. Hester Hicks, and patient in the. Veterans Sept... 24.. at 7:30: p.m. The PTA and is undecided on the field
of Is the 197I-7S Bradford Junior Varsity Cheerleaders.. They the process of writing a 7:30: on Sunday. Then Monday Mrs. Georgia Anderson, of nephew and niece, Mr. and Hospital there. Bob Executive Board (Fred Johns, PERSONALS she's' going into.. Bids
This nice looking group girls ,Angle\ Bryant., Kathy Taylor.) Cheryl)I Barker and Sony constitution to be adopted In other business matters through Thursday evenings at Live Oak, was a guest of f Mrs. \11'1.' ).Glen Shuford and family.Mr. Mr. and Mrs.Mrs. Paul Traylor Lock president; David Fussell, vice Mrs.. W.A.. Bishop of Insurance
ure. standing from U-r) Tammy Kelly > later.. After it's approval an Elsie to and Mr. and Miss Locke is a Junior at
Norman Hayes
7:30 Sunday president Betty
:
Tenly Kneeling' : :Margie\ .Ferguson' Jl Neva Kl>nn. and Dijno'{Crews.. election of officers will be the board: p.m. and Mrs.. Jack Kuhne went to Lake City for a ride on ; Fairhope, Ala. has returned BHS and the daughter of Mrs.
Received the Highland Baptist Church Tuesday of last week. secretary; and Jackie Johns, home after spending three Receiving of bids on group
audit of the county's completed' School Sunday School 9:45: a.m.. Mr. and Mrs. G.C. Stanley and family entertained at afternoon a Sunday afternoon. They enjoyed treasurer) met Tuesday, Sept. weeks with Mrs.. Pearl Charlie Torode of Starke.. She insurance for Bradford county
Edwards Jr. and
held.The Sunday ,
Set demise of the UCEA on Lunch Program prepared by Maurice Morning service 11 a.m. Choir and Mrs. Bessie Watts, of birthday honoring party their son, the scenery.Lock celebrated Mr 10. Plans were made for the Markey.. Mrs.. Markey spent is also active in the First employees has been postponed
Next Bassmaster Tournament Saturday September 1 was brought Neil Tucker, auditor of Practice 6:30: p.m. Evening Crescent City, spent the Kelly.. After opening the gifts Mrs. Paul 17th wedding anniversary upcoming meeting, future last weekend with her brother- until Monday, Sept. 23,
their
Service 7:30: Prayer weekend with her son and meetings, and the Halloween SFCC Board the County Commission.
about when Supt.. Jimmy Starke.. The audit reflected a p.m. and refreshments, the ( in-law and sister, Mr. and by
September 21 is the date of Thanks to Lamar Williams says the baby can all-ready Cason denied the group the net loss in the school lunch Meeting Wednesday at 7:30.: daughter-in-law,Mr. and Mrs. serving football. on Monday. the Air Carnival. David Fussell, Mrs.\ R.K.. Dukes, of Lake The commission had
the next Bassmaster tour for a job well done, Lamar say "Bass," "Rod() and Reel," use of school facilities to hold operations of $$3,587, for last For Member of School Board Northside Baptist Church Barry Watts and son Barry young\ people played Ed Teston, who Is in the carnival chairman, is seeking Butler. :Meets Today planned to consider bids
There 30 t. in Okinawa, spent
were guests
present. Force,
nament.. was in charge of the Banquet "let's go fishing meetings, and refused to year, which was about $$48 Sunday School, 10 a.m. Lee.Mrs. his brother and volunteers to help with this Mrs. Velita Lovelace, Glenn Monday but delayed any
Bassmasters will put in at planning and he's' a fine bass Pat Welch and Merle\ collect membership dues by more than the previous year's' Worship Services 11 a.m.. and O.J.. Phillips is Mrs. Geneva Redding of weekend with Mr. and Mrs.. event.. Anyone who will be oavis, and Sue Carver, of GAINESVILLE The Board action after several insurance
sister-in-law
Dunns Creek Fish Camp, fisherman too. Packham, Jr., caught a fine District 5 7:30: p.m.. Prayer Meeting spending sometime with her Wildwood, was a Sunday He is Orange Park, all had dinner of Santa Fe company representatives
Trustees
and of
which is only a few minutes Neil Crawford was awarded.. string of Bass in Camp Wednesday at 7:30.PERSONALS: son-in-law and daughter, Mr. dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Teston family.school in with Mr. and Mrs. Evan College will hold appeared and asked for additional
from the St.Johns. River.. the Bassmaster of the Year. Blanding over the weekend. and Mrs. Bill Gaskins and Earl Mosley. presently attending Jacksonville, were guests of Hodges and Mrs, Mamie Community meeting time to study
The tournament will begin Award, which included a Merle\ caught one that Clay, Paving & Construction I family, while recuperating Saturday night Mr. and Birmingham,Okinawa.Ala. His family their brother-in-law and Hodges on Sunday, Sept. IS. its 3:30 regular monthly today (Thursday, specifications.
at
at 6:30: a.m.., end at 6:30: p.m. trophy plus a $$75 check.. weighed 9 Ibs. and 6 ounces. For the sake of all the people of Mr. and Mrs.. Earl Mosley from a fall sometime ago. She Mrs.. Robert Lee injoyed a remained in relatives sister, Mr.\ and Mrs. O.J. Prayer List: Claude September: p.m.19)) at the college's'
with a weigh-in at 1 p.m. and Harold Branham finished Pat had one that weighed 7 473-2127 COMMERCIAL L. CIRCLE KEYSTONE I were guests of their brother. will be happy to see friends family cookout at the home of The following at the home of Mr. Boyette and family, on Prescott is under the doctor's Northwest Campus, 3000 N.W. --------------
6:30: p.m. Remember, make second and was awarded a Ibs. Bradford County, but more particularly, in-law and sister, Mr. and and visitors. their brother-in-law and gathered Earl Teston on Saturday. care for his leg and we hope he 83rd Street. Man, reading stock-
no small plans for the 74-73 runner-up trophy. Julian Pat Henry caught a nice Has the rain got you down !Mrs.\ Clifford Johns, of Thomas G. Whaley, of sister, Mr. and Mrs.. Robert and Mrs. family Vernon Teston, of North will be well soon... All interested citizens are market page, to wife:
awarded string of Blue Gill in Rowell children Edwards will demand of last Douglasville, Ga., Mr.. and Whetsels. of Saturday for a Ark. from
Season. McRae was a couple \ for our Jacksonville, Saturday Keystone Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Little Rock, spent ------------- invited to attend the meeting "Remember that stock I was
This will be our second of "totem pole" prizes, a Lake last week. Mrs. Robert E. Smith, and Heights, honoring their \uncle reunion: mother Mrs. Saturday to Tuesday with his One of two women dining which will convene in Room F- going to retire on at 55?Well,
tournament for this year, so crying towel from Bill Tilley, !Mr.\ Spec Fisherman Leroy in the nud quality education, but at the same time will week.Mr.. and Mrs. Shep Roberts children of Bayless Highway, and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. John Teston, and her of Ocoee,, and parents, Mr.\ and Mrs.. Lonnie together, to waiter: "Do you 259. my retirement age Is now
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plan to be where the action is. a large paper fish from !Neil': Jackson sure caught a fine 1 and son of Providence were Mrs. Maines Griffis and Henly and son, John Jr.., of Robert Melton of Little Teston, and grandmother, have ''hubby bags''?" 350!"
The Bassmasters certainly Crawford.The string of Specs in Noonans Let us the for you.KL not stand for our hard earned tax money being guests of their brother-in-law children and Mrs. Virgil New Castle, Pa. son Vernon Teston.and,Mrs.. C.H. Mrs. Robert Melton\ of Ocoee.. Lepper In National,,'
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Mr.
hud a wonderful banquet at club has their eyes on Lake last week, if you ask him pave and sister, Mr, and Mrs. Arlie Griffis and children of Mr. and Mrs.. Charles Rock,Ark.; Mr.. and Mrs. Marcus Enquirer ..
the University Inn.. Each Julian, they really want him \here\ he caught them he will .. spent foolishly. Dobbs Thursday of last week.. Palatka, were Sunday dinner Simmons and son Mike of Brown and family:Carl,of Orlando Prevail,, Mosley and family, of Serving Florida
couple seemed to have enjoyed to land a bass during the 12 tell you "He caught them in FREE ESTIMATES REEVES Mrs.Wilma Wainwright and guests of their mother, Mrs. Atlanta, Ga., were Friday Mr. and Mrs, Truman Highland were supper guests Man to doctor: "Jogging \ "
the event, I'm sure all tournaments, at least ''one''. the Mouth.." I OWNER (Paid Pol. Adv..) Miss Arthurine Blanchard Nellie Wilkinson, Mrs.. Daisy overnight guests of their and Mr.. and Mrs. of their parents, Mr.\ and Mrs. really pays off, doc.. I caught II"II"I I Since 1950
had a barrel' of fun. Each We kid Julian for one visited her sister, Miss Enza Boche and Lynn. brother-in-law and sister, Mr.. Norman.Mr. Lonnie() Teston, Sunday my secretary yesterday!I""" \
couple sure looked sharp. reason, because we love him. Blanchard in Macclenny, on Phil Eunice, of Graham, and Mrs. Jack Kuhne and and Mrs. Raymond evening. Reamer Killer, Adcoxf I\ I S.I'victl Jrnc.
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Pages TELEGRAPH September 19,1974

Minister to congregation: Girl to date: "I can't let

"And to those of you who you go on taking me to these

2 Hurt 3 Arrested Three New Sports have been on Dial-A-Prayer, expensive places Stan
may I say, welcome back to unless you start picking up
live action" the checks."


In Lawtey FracasLAWTEY c. 1> 01t Inc 1 a wY Voted As Varsity II



A wild fracasat In the meantime, trouble
I wish to thank each
the Handy Way last Thurs- had broken out again at the Letter ActivitiesAfter

day night resulted in slight Handy Way Store between
Marchant
injury to two persons, the Jackson and McKinley, By Mona M of you who voted and

closing of the store at 8 p.m., during which both men were a lengthy discussionthe The club derives revenue
assault and disorderly intoxi- Injured. By the time the ... Bradford High All-Sports from Booster club mem- supported me so

cation charges.At deputies arrived back at the EVERYONE Aug 28 in the front office. Booster Club Monday night at bership which the dues this
the request of the Brad- Handy Way Store, closed by ATTENTION has been: Orders for ALL proofs will be the field house voted to add year are $10. They also have strongly in the Sept. 10
ford Sheriff's Office a then, some 50 persons had Homecoming night 25 to Oct. taken Sept. 23. Also seniors tennis, weight lifting, and been granted the concession
restraining order was placed gathered, according to Deputy switched from Oct. who have already had their wrestling to the list of varsity stand at the southeast cornerof
against eight persons by Cir- Denton. Denton took 18 and the Bolles Tornadoes School will play of proofs checked and senior letter winners who receive red the football stadium and primary for School
cuit Judge Wayne M. Carlisleto McKinley to the hospital for against High privileges authorized must Tornado athletic jackets for will also have the concessionsat

prevent further violence. treatment, and Jackson's Jacksonville Is Don't only a forget month pick up their Identificationcards earning a varsity letter. BITS basketball games. A Board District 1
Russell Manning, 25, and! father took him. homecoming in the front office from This decision was made new concession stand has ,
Thomas Manning, 28, two Back in Lawtey after treat- away today. Mrs. Shuford or Mrs. Red- after it was pointed out that been built by the school
brothers, are charged with ment, Jackson and McKinley ding. these sports and swimmingwill system to be used by the
disorderly intoxication shook hands and an agree count along with football, booster club.

Robert Martin, 20, is charged ment was made not to file basketball, baseball, track,
charges against each other, There will be no school Mrs. Ada Reddish, club
with bare assault, meaning no and golf toward the overall
physical contact was made according to Marshall Jordan. tomorrow day due, the to first teacher'splanning of six. Josten and Herb Jones team trophy championship in treasurer, reported that We were defeated at the polls but we were not

but the threat was there, for But Jordan filed charges day is held representatives will be here at the Big Sun Conference that approximately 50 members defeated with our goal achieving and maintaining
the and A planning every have joined the club this
throwing a beer bottle at Law- against Mannings 10:30 a.m. in the auditoriumSept. Bradford High has joined this year
weeks, in between the excellence of our educational systemto
Robert Martin.Durkee six and paid the $10 dues. Mrs.
tey Marshall M M. Jordan. 23 to meet with the year. Bradford High fields
All three are free under $250 holidays. seniors about graduation teams in all sports except Reddish said that two $50 meet with our today's changing society. We
bonds their Last memberships have also been must continually work together for this.
pending appear- invitations. If you are interested swimming.
ance in court. The trio was Attends DQ in invitations please football, basketball, baseball, sold for this year.
charged last Thursday night attend this meeting.The trackaand golf were the The club also presents two
Club meetings are
and released Friday morningon Training School scheduled to meet the first seniors need to get a sports where varsity letter year banquets to honor during the the athletes.school

bond. Wednesday In October, so class meeting going real soon winners received letter Any revenue from these The regular meeting time for the School Board is
Danny Jackson, hit with a STARKE Charles R. to select jackets.It .
senior superlativesand
be of
everyone should thinking banquets, after are 7 the second of each month in
hammer and Carl estimated to the 15 expenses p.m. on Monday
McKinley, Durkee president of BAJO like a Dedication for the 1975 was
hat clubs they would to
also known as Chubby Yar- Enterprises which owns the w join and support. If you are Tornado. This needs to be members present at the paid, go of to the the booster various club. the School Administrative Building, [old USO]

borough, struck with some Dairy Queen Brazier at 9006 planning on joining a club justto done as soon as possible! meeting that the cost of giving projects Memberships maybe ob- on North Temple Avenue.

type of instrument, thought to Blanding Blvd. in Orange get out of class, it's not fair Also at the front office at Mrs. letter jackets to athletes who tained from club membersand
be a tire iron, received stitches Park, recently attended the to the other interested Reddin 's desk will be a earn them in football, will also be sold at the
at Bradford International Dairy Queen members because it Senior Box for all seniors to basketball, baseball, track,
home football of both
release
Hospital and were training school in !Minneapolis decreases the membership. If place their ideas for a themefor golf, tennis, weight lifting, and the and games Thank You
varsity junior varsity
There was no violence at BCH, the Homecoming during the wrestling would be about
you really plan to support with the J.V,
starting on
according to Deputy Sheriff During class proceedings club you plan to join, you arewelcome week of Sept 23-27 All ideas $1,500. Last year it was September 26. game
Don Denton, but he added Durkee attended lectures on \ to choice! will be highly appreciated. pointed out that the cost was
your Hull assistant
Joe
there were enough officers sanitation, promotions, inventory about $1,200 and that 25 ad- the Bradford, principala Middle HERMAN JOHNSON
there to prevent trouble. control, the basic I IIsaoas ditional athletes in the three 'j
-I r.chool!, is president of the club
The incident was termed a functions of management sports added would need to
e 11
"name calling, fist swinging" including financial and per- ATTENTION: : JUNIORS: A nFU1 receive the letter jackets. this year. (Pd. Pol. Adv.) I

fracas by Deputy Denton. sonnel management, and class meeting for all\ interested -
mechanical skills. Fran Juniors, class of- -
It all started, according to chisees were assigned ;
ficers, and parents is set AIW111
Marshall Jordan, when the decision-making and problem- tonight in room A-4 at 7:30: EtaGLE { Pyle..
Manning brothers and tl\ e solving homework every All class members are FILTER KING ray hr r..ee...
pm h'dAD9ciBack
Martin brothers, Kenneth and / 16
evening.FOR attend this wASA R.Ca.re./t
urged to meeting.SEl'
1890, Wisconsin'sfootball "L"
in
Robert, were at the Jiffy Storein t00'GOLDEN '
their car talking to Mar- SALE: Cash register eleven charged onto wASg1100's

shall Jordan, who was off duty paper most sizes in stock. the gridiron against the F MENM 4AyL
and out of uniform, about an Call in to see If we have Gophers of Minnesota wear-
court In anr IOHS ONLY: All ing top hats! It was the only I
upcoming appearance. your size or come seniors need to pick up their 3.891nty
Danny Jackson was at a phone just browse at The Office shot formal football game ever
Senior proofs that were
booth at the jiffy store talking Shop. fought. Who won? Why, the
to PeeWee Griffis and Joey opposition, of course, 630. 1

Stringer Thursday, Friday, Saturday
According to Marshall Jor- OMX w/.e. tin t P JH/ell' b.
dan, Russell Manning sud- eh.. S.rle..u..11.5.1 wii..,,.?



denly the toward reached. car Manning began in as it.back Jackson cursing jumped As to get Manning at a walked out chain Jackson of-, &rM]&_ !EJ f(]@



Jackson knocked him down, FAMOUS MAKER
to Jordan. All four '
according DRESS SLACKS
men jumped from the car. but I ri/

the Martins made no attemptto MAMONIA
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fight. Jackson knocked flUHHHWSAVE -- 4

down the other Manning 4..rer*f 1 1a..wr

brother, Thomas, then went I I
after Russell again. in OUR PBICE WASJMl

The Mannings and Martins, fi")s JJ.! : t' ? h Dacron polyostor-
at Jordan's back in \ ..-.r cotton in a wide
urging got .
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the car and started to leave, LIKE MAGIC ON SINGER SEWING MACHINES fl rang of colon

but still taunting Jackson. As : OUR OUR and every styles man.to 32-38 suet

the car left, Robert Martin '. p-D SAVE PRICE SAVE PRICE SAVE py
threw the beer bottle at him, 11" WAS m 20' WAS m 2&\ tpjealit
missing. Jordan said. .m .ef Tey d SApp09
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and call for (
his uniform help 1
Irom the Sheriff's Departmentsince $1 000 t i -- able stitches ,
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Bouncing Bad Evidence Ready For Grand New Ophelia Parole Bright Board, EmployeeMiss I


Net 90 Days In Jury In Union Death ''y l


Local businessmen will worthless checks to local BUTLER-- Evidence mother of three was reported the Florida Division of
have a 90 day respite from the businesses. The judge charge' for presentation to a missing the morning of Corrections for a sex crime
worthless check operation of him 10 days on each of the gave nine driver's jury for the possible August 23 after working until committed in 1970 in Florida.He .
Sherman Armstrong of charges. of Raymond Stone midnight at the General had been released from .
Starke, whose shenaniganswas Armstrong's operation Griffin dismissed, ; Aug. 23 murder of Mrs. Electric Plant near Union Correctional Institutionin courts.'y ,y 4t !t td tr
brought to a halt Wednesday began January 17 when he Smith of Providence, Gainesville. 1972 by court order. Later,
September ll, in gave a worthless check for$15 to Union County Empaneling a grand jury another judge revoked the
Bradford County Court to Stan's Booter followed by Elisha ; John Whitehead. could be done within a week, decision and Stone again
judge Elzie Sanders sen- another on. March 19 to Two Whitehead said the sheriff said. It is possiblethat became a wanted man.
tenced Armstrong to 90 daysin Water's Grocery; also for $15. pleas of that evidence has an indictment could be Florida Division of
the county jail on Next in returned against Stone Correction returned
nine f to be victimized on April gathered an extensive by agents
George
separate charges of passing 2,was Devrick, Inc.which got charged: early next week, he said. Stone to the Reception and
a check for $20. April 13 was change: of woman's decapitated Whitehead expressed con- Medical Center in Lake Butler
the unlucky day for Van H. was found in the Santa fidence that an indictment will where he is now confined. Ophelia Bright
301'DRIVEIN Priest who got stuck with two trial on Sept. 1 near the S- be returned following
checks for$10 apiece. On May Frazier's bridge. The 38-year-old presentation of known facts in
10 Mack's Swap ---------- the case.
Shop was the
sferred to
victim of a $25 check. The driving it seems, is the Stone, an ex-convict, farm
Starke Pet Center for milliards laborer who resided with the
got one for Earl name
$15 the next day on May 11. improper milliards and milliards Smith's disappeared on the
Thirty days later on June 11 a The particles playing their same date as Mrs. Smith. lie
Fri. Sat $20 check to Thoni's Oil Combs and game of billiards and became the prime suspect in America's problems have neve'rbeen
the .
Station bounced The last of valid and billiards. woman's disappearance.Stone a more complex nor the
the nine checks was given to dismissed .! Help' Crooks II I II was apprehended in
the City Fish Market I ) Missouri two weeks ago solutions more elusive.
[HABLESBRonson on Sixteen
August 1 for $25. bonds for following a traffic accident vtlr ,
Appearing in traffic court They : cold in the head causes there in which he was in-
: four defendants were fined for Schurman suffering than an idea. volved. Stone was held by
unlawful speed. Journal of Jules Missouri authorities after
They Bass
were: ,
Willie Johnson $51, Alvin Jimmy (Brainier) they found he was wanted by

GOLD][ ) Jerome Fulton Henderson16 Fayson $51, Robert George titttaA'I' ,; You have given me the opportunity
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Linda J. Zeiler $36. Dolan Maximum Beauty To control scale insects and to continue to representyou
} SWEAT Fined on other traffic Hutcheson red spider, shrubbery in Congress, to pursue those
charges were: David Lee C.L. I P V should be sprayed duringthe
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CeIH N awe. $36, for careless Patrick next 6 weeks before
M-------1' driving; Wallace Randall Maurice cold weather sets in. FrostIUHm peace and prosperity at home.
I Green, $26, for running a stop Perry can damage shrubs that IMMHHNBHNH B
sign William(sentence Durward suspended Luke, $150); Greene Douglas <\ t JJ n E EY have|just been sprayed.One Don FuquaI
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probation for six or two sprayings of oil
months, for
r. driving while intoxicated. feited I @ D emulsion should be applied I pledge every effort to merit that confidenceyou
Paying fines to the traffic driver's I now for healthy. more
bureau were: Josephine T. Y V beautiful olants thru -ft:: have shown
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Gladys Dixon White and glasses
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I Library Faces Need For New Home With No Building Funds On HandAgreement




by the Bradford County picture and help the library secure suit building that would fill its needs, and Things, reported $600 cash on hand and

Library Building Fund, Inc. to deed the able quarters in an already existing that this would be done with the assis- said she could start putting $200 a week

library site at the corner of Walnut and building or build a new one. tance of a library consultant.The into the building fund, suggesting that County Agents By

Jefferson Streets to the county, if and the county and city do likewise. No such I
when needed for purposes of constructing Up to date, no building has been found original goal of the Library Build- proposal has been made to the County or Bobby i

a county-financed library building, with adequate floor space that could be ing Fund was a $125,000 building the City at this time, however. Mrs. Notebook

was reached at a joint meeting last adapted to library use. Members of the constructed with state and federal funds Sanders said the $200 weekly fund from Taylor ,

Thursday of the County Library Board Library Board, as well as the County matched by local funds supplied by the Stuff 'n Things operation would be
profits from the
and the Building Committee. The agree Commission, seem in agreement that it and sundries operation of a record placed in the fund regardless of what
would be better to construct a new store Stuff 'n Things, how much to this fall and
done
ment would contain a reverter clause was by the county and city. I won't let the cat out of the grow
than to spend established several years ago on W. Call winter. I hope they will be ableto
building money
that the bag but I will that will
property be used only for say you
that St. Attending the joint meeting last week see a way that they can
renovating an existing building soon be hearing about some
library purposes. continue to and
might be outgrown in a few years. The Immediate help from this source from the Building Committee were: real good news about our in business produce during these stay uncertain -

The has been present quarters have 3,000 square feet seemed unlikely, however, as federal Charley E. Johns, president; John San- Bradford County Farm times.
library building project
Bureau.
of floor so something at least that matching funds for library purposes ders, vice president and treasurer; Mrs. Capable and
brought to a head by the recent pur space dedicated officers and Mole crickets have been bad
Senders
of the
chase of the Register buildingits large, and preferably larger, would be have been discontinued, and the last manager committee- directors have had the wheels in lawns and pastures this
present homeby Mr. and Mrs. William needed. financial report of Stuff 'n Things dated operated store; George H. Pierce, turning for the past few summer. Wet conditions have

Wilson of Badcock Furniture Co. The Dec. 31, 1973, showed $5,953.32 cash on Starke attorney, and Charles Schaefer, months that will result in caused these insects to work

library has been given until next July 31 Ralph Bryan, chairman of the County hand and in bank, with accounts payable city councilman. accomplishments members and our beneficialto county as near the soil surface and they
Commission said yesterday that plans of $5,377.83 and $25,217.16 inventory.At Attending from the Board have done extensive damageby
,
to vacate its present quarters. With no Library a whole. I understand that a cutting grass roots. I have
hope of building by that time under the were in a preliminary "talking stage," were: Muriel Norman, chairman; Desta "press conference" will be seen lawns and fields that
Building Committee's original plan, the but that the Library Board had been the joint meeting last week, Mrs. Dyal, Martha Dorko, Faye Andrews, called when final plans are were almost pulverized that

county has been asked to enter the asked to come up with a proposal for aI John Sanders, manager of Stuff 'n and Martha Minx, librarian. completed for a very im- resulted in large dead areas of
portant project that will involve grass. These areas are unsightly -
a lot of people. in lawns and are costlyin

Point of view ........ ..."... ". .. .... .............. ."'.."".." Our County Farm Bureau is pastures high.when feed and hay
probably the biggest and one prices are

-4 of the most active You control mole
I ; ; LETTERS TO can
Unable I organizations we have. Over crickets in your lawn by
Unwilling 600 family memberships were! spraying with Chlordance,
THE EDITOR. active last year. These Kepone, or Diazinon. You can
L .. members and their interestare baits with these
if1. represented by a board of materials in them that should
U. S. Representative Bill Gunter, now $280,000 out of balance. Instead of the nine active directors and five give effective control. Rather

campaigning for the U. S. Senate, hit a $115,000 which was budgeted for dieseloil associate directors. than give rates and methodsof

responsive chord with his sharp criticism in the 73-74 budget, the new budget DEFENSE OF HOSPITAL MAKING PROGRESSDear Representatives in of this board control in this column, I
of the weekend decision of Vene- figure for this item is set at $686,000-- association are active and have the a state voicein suggest that you call or come

zuela and other oil producing nations to increase of over half a million dollars. Editor: Dear Mr. Mathews: no money from the program; the activities and directionof Cricket by for a Circular copy of(No.our 361)Mole.

raise oil prices again, whichif carriedout Apparently this expense must be met by In response to a letter because have it is not a social club in any the Florida Farm Bureau.
increase in Primarily you sense it is not a religious This set-up verifies that Farm The is true for
will cost hard-pressed consumers an utility rates since the city written in September 12 two articles and one ; same Mole
published
even more for electricity and gasoline. has already set its millage at a roll-back Telegraph criticizing Brad letter for Alcoholics Anonymous fellowship, neither endorsesnor Bureau is a "grass roots"organization Cricket control in pastures,
Whatwe that
figure. ford County Hospital: have been able to opposes any causes. represents I except that you must use
we
I have been in that hospital do have is a program that agriculture and the people different materials and ratesof
Gunter reacted strongly to the price Although Starke uses domestic oil for three different times. Last alcoholics reach several in Bradford still-suffering County.A. works, the one program that who are charged with feedingus. insecticide. We also have a

hike, announced by the Organization of its power plant, the increase in price of June I was admitted on the A. people from other areas, has been proven more effective circular on controlling

Petroleum Exporting Countries Venezuelan oil is likely to be reflected in 18th. On the 19th I had more and from the prison groups at to than help any the other still-suf-approach Speaking of agriculture and pastures this insects information.that will give

(OPEC), which said it would levy a 33 another increase in price for domestic. in than a one coma heart for attack several and days.was Florida Correctional State Prison Institute and fering alcoholic.In food production many of our you always important It and is

cents-a-barrel increase effective October Therefore, Rep. Gunter's efforts to hold My family was treated with Union their Bradford County local vegetable and necessary that you read and
have expressed appre- now we strawberry producers are
1. The Venezuelan prices in line should be the best of respect (and also ciation of an editor who is have experienced workers in undecided about what and follow directions on the labelof
watched with interest here. my friends). They have told truly concerned about his Alcoholics Anonymous. We any pesticide that you use.
Gunter singled out one OPEC me all this happened while I fellow man. are here to stay. We are avail-
Venezuela which is its was in a coma. able to talk to local clubs and
member levying
,
An attempt to retaliate was made
on After I came to where I Since you published our first organizations about the
third increase in two months. The the House floor by Gunter who intro knew anything, I had the best letter I have found out more alcoholism problem, and what FORESTRY Terry Redy
Orlando Congressman has made U. S. duced an amendment to the U. S. sugar of care from all the staff, about the history of Alcoholics can be done locally. Doctors, Farm Forester
Venezuelan oil relations a major issue in quota to limit imports of Venezuelansugar doctors, nurses, aides, and all Anonymous in Bradford lawyers, law enforcement H IN BRADFORD COUNTY
nomination. were as nice as could be. County. I understand now why officials each
his campaign for Senate from the U. S. until the South clergymen;
times I
The last two was
of the oil used our County officials were not and every one can help, and
Venezuela most
supplies American country reduced its oil prices, there, I was conscious all the readily willing to cooperatewith are hereby invited to do so. To
by utility companies in Florida, so each but the amendment failed, and oil prices time, and no one could get any A, A., even though nearly contact the Bradford Group of What is a Forester? Do you forest to be that composed of
increase directly hits Florida consumers, have increased repeatedly since that better care than I did. every other County in Florida Alcoholics Anonymous, see really know or even have any the trees"found in all yards of
both in the price they pay for auto gaso- time. Some people can't be does have such cooperation. I the classified seciton of this idea? my city. These trees need
of how care as do others. The
pleased regardless also understand two any
why only .
line and their electric bills. Starke newspaper.We
Even I must it different
much you do for them. My hat churches have shown a will give some problems are since
electric consumers are already paying a Gunter recently wrote President Ford is off to Bradford County ingness to help with the wish to again thank you thought before coming up witha air pollution may exist or
35% surcharge made necessary by the urging him to remove the U. S. ambassador Hospital and the entire staff. alcoholism problem, even for the help you have given complete definition. First streets may have been paved
soaring price of fuel oil needed to run the to Venezuela for failure "to May God richly bless each and though we wrote to 27 chur- Alcoholics Anonymous. Our lets see how Webster's Dictionary over some tree roots. The
municipal power plant during the cur- serve the interests of consumers." He everyone of them. ches in our County. We have group for the last month has describes a forester. A main purpose is no longer to
forester is "one trained in
timber for
talked to local had from 9 to 14 in attendance produce harvest
prominent ,
Venezuelan
also challenged the : ambassador
tailment of natural gas. ; -Rev. G.F. Prevatt people and clergymen to gaina which is quite an improve forestry or charged with the but to add a pleasing, cool
to this country to debate him in of the forest.
is
609 Collins Place better understanding; without ment from the original 3 we care Forestry effect to an urban area. But if
The City of Starke has just been Florida after the ambassador wrote a Starke, Fla. exception, they agree that had two months ago. We also described as: 1> the science of a tree must be removed it may
notified that it can expect a 341 day cur- letter defending the oil price increasesas alcoholism is a problem about have our own small building, forest planting and taking care of the be chipped and used commercially -

tailment in its natural gas supply for "good for Americans" because they AMERICAN CITIZEN which they have been able to through the understandingand management; 2)) systematic for forest the ,
do little locally. help of one of our mem-
the demand. very
power plant operation during fiscal year cut DENIED ber's Clergyman and his production of timber or As you can see we foresters
197475. This means that gas will be THE RIGHT TO VOTE We in Alcoholics Church. conservation. have a variety of roles to play
available only 24 days out of the year-- Gunter charges that the U. S. State Anonymous have but one but we all strive to protect our
These definitions tell thata
"seems either I am a concerned American primary : to stay us environment while using our
and less since the curtailment Department unwilling or purpose
possibly
gas citizen, Bradford County sober ourselves and to help Sincerely, forester deals with trees. forest resources to their most
figure can be changed at any time. unable to represent consumer interests resident with the same others to achieve soberity. We O.W.M. Well, certainly you all knew productive capabilities.
Since it costs about $1,200 a day more to ," and adds that "I don't think mailing address for over four have no other purpose for Bradford Group.of that! But did you ever think of

run the plant on diesel oil than on Florida's utility consumers can take any years. existing. We make absolutely Alcoholics Anonymous:! a forester as one who Shade Trees
the forest for
of this: manages
natural this increased cost more
means an
gas Last Tuesday September greatest timber production or
of over $400,000 to the city to generateits 10, I went to the polls as usual conservation of its resources.We Fight Rising
electric power in the coming year.It Judging from the howls heard locally intending to vote. I found I
about high electric bills, it would seem was unable to vote because I as a profession, strive
is obvious what this unexpected that Rep. Gunter is correct. Hard- had not returned a card sent to to maximum use the capability land to it's to Energy CostsThe

expense is doing to the city's new pro pressed cities should do everything in me last November. produce wood for man's high cost of energy has

posed budget which is now some their power to assist him in this fight. PEOPLE--I NEVER modern day needs. We at- created a greater need for
RECEIVED THAT CARD! !II! tempt to use proper planningto planting trees around the
insure a continuous supplyof home, says Florida Nurserymen -
Mr. Hazen could not the resources of our forest and Growers

I The Real Reason ? produce believe Mrs.it-He Flynn led lost me it or to we lands. \\ \ \ \ Association (FNGA,). |

never sent it. I saw a duplicate Not only do we strive for A good shade tree can lower
address label Mrs. Flynn had. timber, but we work for the the temperature within a
1 protection of the environment.Soil home as much as ten degrees.The .
Say, it isn't so. Haig was reported to have warned How many others are there erosion is a major con- ten degrees can put
Ford on August 29 that unless he moved out there like myself-- 1e cern of foresters who work in money in your pocket by
After a few brief weeks of hoping that quickly to announce a full, unconditional concerned denied citizens because wanting of tovoteyet the mountainous terrain of the saving on air conditioning.What .
had been restoredto Rockies or Appalachian kind of tree is prac-
complete credibility pardon, instead of waiting for the
this reason? I already know of
Mountains. Wildlife aboundsin tical to use for shade? Thereare
the White House with the coming of customary legal process to be taken, it at least two others. Please call the forest and must be one many choices dependingon
President Gerald Ford the new President's might be too late to avert what he 964-8418 if this has happened to + .b._ of our concerns. Most people where you live. in

Monday night press conferenceleft termed "a possible personal and national you.I. enjoy seeing a deer or raccoonin the central part of Florida
something to be desired from the tragedy" of Nixon's complete physicaland I thoroughly believe the the woods. Many enjoy the homeowners have' a wide
standpoint of candor in discussing his mental collapse. Post Office is to blame.In sport of hunting as well. It is variety of trees the Laurel
important that the forester Oak Live Oak Jacaranda and
for the of Y-
reasons hasty pardoning ex- This might well be the compellingreason the past I have receivedour know the needs of these Peltophorum will all shade the
President Richard Nixon.In for Mr. Ford's otherwise neighbor's mail many animals and provide for them home.North Florida is limitedto
times and they have received while continuing to produce some extent when it comes
reply to repeated questioning on unexplained reversal of position whenhe mine.I wood for man's use. to selection of trees for
that Mr. Ford insisted told newsmen he would not act on a protection of the home. Thereare
particular point,
pardon until legal action had been have complained to Mr. There are many types of the Live Oaks, the Laurel
that he had "no inside information" on Hazen besides for forester. Timber
by phone goingin jobs a
Oaks, the Camphors, Pecans
Mr. Nixon for his role in
the state of Mr. Nixon's health at the brought against yet this month I had to call .i.i; :..1 companies hire foresters to and Pines.
time of the pardon, and that what he did the Watergate case or other federal Bonifay because I did not manage their lands to produce
"an honest and conscientious effortto offenses related to that scandal. receive my phone bill. I wood for the mills. These Plan on planting at least one
was confronted Mr. Hazen with *r people also may purchase or two trees around your home
end divisions and the turmoil in the Mr. Ford is 'then said to have immediately this also and he said "Maybe tracts of timber that are readyto this fall. During the winter
United States: they didn't send one!" He left s. be cut from other landowners months the tree will make a
discussed these reports at me with the opinion I had to A forester workingfor good root system and be ready
i That statement was accepted at face length in telephone conversations with PROVE lost mail had been ., .. the U.S. Forest Service on to grow the following spring.
i Ronald Ziegler, the discredited former sent. His attitude was..SO a national forest or one on a Consult with your local
brief 24 hours. Then
value for Tuesday
It a disclosure that White House press secretary who WHAT. I don't believe he Harmless enough dead this six-foot: long diamond, back state forest will be equally Florida Nurserymen and
afternoon came the remains Mr. Nixon's closest confidante. cares. rattle snake was killed on SK-223 near Lawtey by Brad concerned with aesthetics for Growers Association (FNGA)
White House Chief of Staff Alexander Starling. It has five rattles. Starlinr recreational purposes as he is nurseryman for his advice on
He even said every month 3 has killed several other with timber These the best tree for
defender production. home.
Haig, an ardent Nixon duringthe rattlers this summer, and a your
If this or 4 Social Security checks are couple last year at his homeat and do work Trees be
of the
final months of his aborted administration version pardoning Lawtey. objectives can can planted at any
lost or are not sent and are not
persuaded President Ford to preliminaries is true, then Kir. Ford able to be delivered here in together container time. Most nurseries stock carry
which
grown
reverse his publicly stated position and seems to have fallen into the pattern of Starke. These poor people who Purpose of a county forester makes this possible.
grant an immediate pardon to Mr. Nixon "less than candid" statements set by his are on Social Security. Court's Handling Of Juveniles here in Florida is to assist

because of the "alarming state" of his predecessor, in spite of his promise of a It's time we make some small landowners to establishand What should you look for
maintain a forest.We help when you select a tree?
health. completely open administration. changes and take some action. Criticized By Hampton Marshall the landowner in any way
Do you have problem with possible to grow timber while Here are a few simple
the mail? Mr. Hazen is not the taking all other factors into things that may help you. Is
man to see. Please unite with HAMPTON "When you streets the next day," Mar- account. We also assist a the tree clean? Does it shed its.
pP144 BRADFORD cot me and WRITE TO: catch these juveniles for an shall Fred Phillips told the home owner with a shade tree leaves and flowers to make a
4 ll -SINCE 1619R U.S. Postal Service offense you have to call up the City Council Wednesday night his or her "personal forest." mess? Does it have attractive
Post Master General juvenile authorities and September 4 in giving his leaves? Is it free of diseasesand

j MFMIEOQ ACiM J p4 Washington, D.C. they'll tell you to release him monthly report. The Florida Division of insects? Will you be 90
N into the custody of his parents."I Phillips said that his efforts Forestry has several men years old when it produces a
Tell him your problemDon't the with the title of urban mature growth? Is it cold
rots put it olf. Let's'get this have to fill out a com- were continjing against forester. They work in areas tolerant I Iou live in a frosty
qT/0N BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER straightened out! It might bea plaint form and when the pile young critical of offenders their dispositions but was by of the state where little if any area? For your location will it
Publishers good idea to send your letter gets high enough somebodywill authorities after forest land remains. These tolerate drought or wet feet?
Published each Thursday and entered as second Class Matter at the Poet Office at Starke Fla. under Act by registered mail since so come along and look at the juvenile men still are trying to use a Is it brittle? Can It withstand
of March 3, 1879. much is so easily lost. them. There has been an they were apprehended.The resource to its best advantageto hurricane? Is the root sys'em

Subscription rate in trade area: $6 per year: $3.50 six months. occasion where one was council opened three improve man's quality of obnoxious?
$7 Betty Ann BreseeRt. caught on the inside of a bids received for mowing and life. They still consider Most
Outside trade area: per year: $4.00 six months. nurserymen can advise
1, Box 114 store after
grocery breaking pick-up as previously themselves foresters. As one the
Phone 964-6305: garbage you on characteristics
Starke. Fla. Starke
Florida in and was out walking the
advertised. recently sold, "I consider? my of trees.




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September 19.1974 TELEGRAPH Page 11

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SENIOR W-D BRAND USDA GRADE 'A' QUICK FROZEN BROAD BREASTED


CITIZENSThis
SAVE Wll
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has been a busy week _ \
for Bradford'County Senior a1
Citizens Inc.On September 10
the North Central Florida Fuoa$1amp
coalition of Senior Citizens LJ f x e
met with Max Friedson Winn
president and his secretary __ J 1
Lillian Pasqualle, of the
Congress of Senior Citizens of Quantity Rights
all Florida attending. Max Reserved :'
a rousing and informative .
gave WINN DIXIE STORES, INC
speech which was warmly COPYRIGHT 1974 .iTh8E ,
received. Delegates from .
North Central Florida "\
eight 10 18S.
Clubs were represented.Our goat_! 4rd
theme is to unite and
fight for better social security UP
payments to offset the dire rti
effects of inflation, and for a F t
comprehensive; health r1 8EEF PEOP
security act to be passed for $
all Americans. PresidentFord
in his maiden speech to
Congress urged the passage of ;
a meaningful health securityact f
J
before Labor Day adjournment -i.i PRICES GOOD THURS. SEPT. 19
but the spectre of : )
LB.
Watergate Surely Congress intervened.can and / THRU WED. SEPT. 25
Ls.
must pass a comprehensivehealth
security act this year.
We are 18th on the roster of W-D
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in the
such legislation Western

world.first most World.? powerful We Why are the cannot nation richest we in and the be R NDHO'STEA'K EEC SLICEOOR' CON


Thank you Rotarians, via
Rev. James Cregan, for s SAVE
giving me an opportunity to 39 $ 99
speak at your luncheon on $ 10
September 11, at which time I US.CHOICE .Dot.b 5 '='sa ;
touched on some of the 3 !ZZ.\r\ 9aWD
problems perplexing the a W' SAVE teiir* >
elderly, poor, disabled SAVE ( .3i 1-LB
today.veterans and children of 5V u. LB. o pL:;;, 48c PKG.I :

What happened to the
$10,0(10 Homestead Exemption BRAND USDA BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF I
? Even with the increasein W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF BONELESS

don't taxes exemption are object at least,to we paying find doubled.that taxes.our We CHUCK( ROASTWD STEAK SH'LD. ROAST

This money is needed to keepour
government working. But
how much can you extract SAVE SAVE
from the average S. S. pensionof
$170 per month? $. 39LB.
31c 31c
cost-of-living (inflation) a. C 4 C
has jumped 3.9 per cent in the LB. 9
,OOY/INMINT 6 III VIIMMNT 0..010U.
month of August,which bringsit
up to 48 percent in this last S. CHOICE U. S..CHOICE
year. We Senior Citizens gotan LB. LB.
11 percent increase in j I
December 1973. Because of
some quirk in the law, some of
us were denied the last 4
percent increase. Even so, SAVE I0c W D BRAND W.D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF BONELESS STEAKS SAVE I5c PETER PAN
subtracting 11 percent from 43 Sliced Bologna I %". 69C Delmonicos $2 99 Peanut Butter "'.. 78C Arrow Bleach GALLON 47C
percent in the cost of living . LB. JAR JUG
this past year, leaves us 37 SAVE JOc FUll QUARTER LOIN SLICED SAVE I lie FRESH BOSTON BUTT SOUTHERN BISCUIT THRIFTY MAIDLunch

adjustments percent behind.in payments We cannot until get Pork Chops LB. $109 Pork Roast . LB.88c Flour. . 5 p BG. 68C Meat 12 CAN- 68cSAVE
1975 when the escalator
July SAVE 31c WD BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF PORTERHOUSE OR SAVE lie FRESH BOSTON BUTT KRAFT THRIFTY MAIDCorned

clause legislation takes was.effect.enacted That in T-Bone Steak LB. $179 Pork Steaks LB. 98C Barbecue Sauce BOTTLE': 39C Beef I 12 $129SAVE
June 1972. We still have ten
31c W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF SIRLOIN OR TOP GRADE 'A' THRIFTY MAID VIENNA KRAFT
months to do. If inflation

romps this along last year at the where same paceas will Round Steak LB. $179 Turkey Wings L8.49c Sausage . 3 CANS 50e 88C Mayonnaise 32 JAR- 99C

most of the poor and elderlyend W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF USDA INSPECTED FINE FOR SOUP THRIFTY MAIDPotted BATH SIZE Ac OFF

increasing up? With cost of this living ever-we Stew Meat . LB. $139 Oxtails . LB.69c Meat .6 CANS O $100 Dial Soap 2 BARS60C

get the feeling of "Sock It To(
!Me."
In one of President Ford's
ALL VEGETABLECRISCO VAN CAMP CALIFORNIA WHITE SEEDLESS
speeches he said that we
Americans must "tighten our I I
belts." How much more tight Oil PORK & BEANS GRAPESSAVE
ening poor can people the Senior do? Citizensand _

Newton's Law says "Every-
thing that goes up must come SAVE
down." The only thing that is
coming down today is the 21e $
stock market. Remember Oct. 1 33c
8'
8 '
16 Congratulations, 1929? to Senior :

Citizen Evelyn Vaughan who 24-oz. 16-oz.
was Council.elected to the HamptonCity BOTTLE CANS LB.

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new member at our last
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we'll together.We have meet. many September Happy 24 Days at 1 TEA BAGS RICE FRUIT PIESSAVE

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Page 12 TELEGRAPH September 19.1971

OPTIONAL EXTRAS h;

I) LEGALSIN = = You can see that there are costs; general construction

HOME NOTESFROM many points to consider. Next and workmanship, warran-
THE CIRCUIT COURT pubic records of Bradford week we'll disucss financing, ties; and selecting at site for I
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Of said parcel being more parti- RECEIVED FROM THE CLERKOF County, Florida; SUBJECT, YOUR insuring, and other basic your mobile home
EXTENSION
cularly described as follows: THE CIRCUIT COURT, HOWEVER to public roads,
FLORIDA IN AND FOR Commence at the Southeast BRADFORD COUNTY. THE utility easements and that. : .
3ADFORD COUNTY.In corner of said Southeast quarterof BOARD RESERVES THE RIGHT certain easement for Ingress and ECONOMICS HOMEm,

Southeast quarter (SE 1/4 of TO REJECT ANY AND ALL egress recorded In Official ,_

SE 1/4)) and run North 0 BIDS. Record Book 119, Pages 52-66, BY KATHY '.
Re: The Marriage of LOUIS degrees, 07 minutes and 30 public records of Bradford f: 4

HUGH SHOCKLEY husband seconds West, along the Board of County Commissioners County, Florida
and VIOLETA FERNANDEZ dard A1191. A similar seal in
Easterly boundary thereof, Bradford CountyBy AND Finding adequate housingfor d
TUCKER SHOCKCLEY, wife. 141.75 feet to a concrete Gilbert S. Brown, Begin at the Intersection of the yourself and your family is gold signifies a total electric

NOTICE OF SUIT monument for point of County Comptroller easterly right of way line of sometimes a problem. Many mobile home.
NO PROPERTY beginning. From point of Seaboard Coast Line Railroadand people in recent years. have The Mobile Home

beginning thus described, 1t 9/19 the Northerly right of way turned to mobile homes to Manufacturers Associationand
ToLouis: Hugh Shockley continue North 0 degrees, 07 line of Lawtey and Middleburg solve this problem.. Here in the Trailer Coach

3259 Branard Street minutes and 30 seconds West, Road and run Easterly along said Florida, and in our area of the Association are co-sponsors
Houston, Texas 303.25 feet to a concrete NOTICE OF Northerly right of way line 179 state, more and more mobile with the National Fire
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat monument; thence North 89 EXAMINATIONNotice feet, thence run North and homes are serving a per-- Protection Association of the
an action for dissolution of degrees, 58 minutes and 20 parallel with aforesaid Easterly manent homes for families. mobile home standard
Folks.
marriage has been filed againstyou seconds West, 1136.96 feet to is hereby given pursuant right of way line a distance of There are many things to number A119.1 developed by Thanks .

LOUIS HUGH SHOCKLEYand an iron pipe located on the to Chapter 16C-7, Florida 100 feet thence run Westerly consider if you plan to pur- the American National
you are required j suivu" a Easterly boundary of the Administrative Code Rules and and parallel with aforesaid chase a mobile home. This Standards Institute. The

copy of your written defenses if right-of-way of State Road 200; Regulations Governing Water Northerly right of way line 179 week and next I will be writing standard covers 4 basic partsof I Wish To Sincerely Thank The Many Voters Who
any to it, on the plaintiff's at- thence Southerly along last Well Contractors in Florida, of feet, thence run South along about mobile homes, and the home:
Member Of The
In Bid For
torney, whose name and ad- aforesaid Easterly boundary and an Examination for a Water Well Easterly right of way line a giving you information you Construction the body and Supported My

dress is GEORGE H. PIERCE, along the arc of a curve concaveto Contractor's License The distance of 100 feet to point of need before you buy. Please frame. School Board.

!:sq., P. O. Drawer 1030 Starke, the East and having a radiusof Examination will be given at the beginning also being the call me at 964-6554 if you have Plumbing System.

Florida, 32091 and file the 5669.58 feet, a distance of following times, dates, and Westerly 179 feet of Lot 7, Townof questions or need help. Heating System. To Those Who So Generously Gave Their Time And

original with the clerk of the 21.64 feet as measured along a locations to all qualified applicants Lawtey East of Railroad WHAT IS A Electrical System. Effort In My Behalf I Am Deeply Grateful.
above styled court on or before chord having a bearing of South whose applications are according to map or plat thereofin MOBILE HOME?
''r September 23, 1974, otherwise a 10 degrees, 29 minutes and 55 received in the offices of the Plat Book 1, Page 6, all in A mobile home is designed, NOTICE
judgement may be entered seconds West, to a concrete Department of Natural Section 23 Township 5 South engineered, and built for use The Lawtey Extension To The Winner In The Second Primary I Say "Con

against you for the relief monument; thence North 89 Resources, Division of Interior Range 22 East. as a permanent year-round Homemakers Club will hold gratulations" And To Our Entire School System

demanded in the complaint of degrees, 43 minutes and 05 Resources, Tallahassee, not less has been filed against you and residence. It has a structural its first meeting on I Wish Them Much Success In The Future.
petition. seconds West, along a jog in than two days prior to the you are required to serve a copy frame or chassis which TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24,
WITNESS my hand and the said right-of-way, 5.09 feet to a Examination dates. of your written defenses, if any supports the complete unit of at 10 a.m at the Lawtey City

seal of said Court on August 20, concrete monument; thence 1:00: P.M., Tuesday, Sep- to it on EUGENE F, SHAW, walls, floor and roof. A run Hall.Topic Sincerely
1974. Southerly, along last aforesaid tember 24, 1974. Board Room of Plaintiff's Attorney whose ning gear provides wheels and is recycling clothingand

GILBERT BROWNAs Easterly boundary and along the the Southwest Florida Water address is Post Office Box 1086, brakes for transportation.The related information.
Clerk of said Court arc of a curve concave to the Management District, Starke, Florida 32091 on or most common is the Bring a sandwich.All Wm G. "Bill" GralllioliS
By Beulah M. MoodyAs East and having a radius of Brooksville Florida. before October 17,1974, and file single unit. 12' wide bv 65' long interested area

Deputy Clerk 5674.58 feet, a distance of 10:00: A.M., Wednesday, the original with the Clerk of this with 744 sq. ft. of living homemakers are invited and
R/294t 9M9NOTICE 173.86 feet as measured along a September 25 1974, Central ft Court either before service on space. (The 3-foot long towing encouraged to attend. (Pd. Pol. Adv.)

chord having a bearing of South Southern Florida Flood Control Plaintiff's attorney or Immediately hitch is quoted in the over-all

OF APPLICATIONFOR 9 degrees, 52 minutes and 20 District Annex ConferenceRoom thereafter; otherwisea dimensions.The .
TAX DEED seconds West, to a concrete 901 Evernia Street, West default will be entered againstyou expandables are made
monument located at the end of Palm Beach Florida. for the relief demanded in with additions which telescope

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, said curve; continue thence 10:00: A.M., Thursday, the complaint. inside the home during NOTICE
that Donald Wade the holder of South 8 degrees,59 minutes and September 26, 1974, Council of WITNESS my hand and the moving and then are placed in |

the following certificates has 40 seconds West along said Governments Office, 3rd Floor, seal of this Court on this 17th position at the homesite.The .

certificates for tax Easterly boundary, 111.86 feet Courthouse Annex, Daytona day of September, 1974.GILBERTS. double-wides are two
filed said a
toa concrete monument; thence Beach, Florida. single units built and towed

deed certificate to be numbers issued thereon.and years The of South 89 degrees, 58 minutes 10:00: A.M., Friday, Sep- BROWN separately to the site. Theyare Register To Vote

issuance, the description of the and 20 seconds East 1193.45 tember 27, 1974, Room 203 CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT joined together to make

and the names in feet to point of beginning.The Pennington Building, one living unit.
property, COURTIN
Tallahassee, Florida.1t AND FOR BRADFORD Prices vary from about
which it was assessed are as
Clerk of the Circuit Courtof $4,500 to over $20,000, according -
follows: Bradford County, Florida 919I COUNTYBY Beulah M. Moody to the size, con- Registration Books Close for

Certificate No. 117. Year of GILBERT S. BROWN will Deputy Clerk struction, appliances and the
conduct said sale at the above 9/194t 1010IN furnishings in the home.
1971.Description .
Issuance,
of Property: Com. described premises at 12 Noonon I, NEIL TUCKER MAYOR OF WHERETOBUYChoose General Election

at SE Cor of NE 1/4 and Run W Sept. 20, 1974. THE CITY OF STARKE, THE CIRCUIT COURT OF a reputable dealer.
Pursuant to said Order, this Your Better Business
FLORIDA BY VIRTUE OF THE
523.5', Nwly.166.5' for POB. By THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
103', Nly 1267', Wly. 110', Sly notice of said sale will be AUTHORITY VESTED IN ME OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR Bureau or Chamber of

1100', Sely 103', to POB ex. published in the Bradford BY LAW, DO HEREBY CALL A BRADFORD COUNTY. Commerce can give you factsas September 21 5:00: P.M.
Parcel desc in OR 78-141 being County Telegraph for two ((2)) SECOND PRIMARY ELECTIONTO to complaints against a ,
consecutive weeks, com- dealer but will neither
the Westerly 55', Sec. 24, Twp. BE HELD AT THE FIRE M. F. WIGGINS and MANA
mending with the first of said recommend nor condemn any
STATION IN THE FORESAID
8 S. R-22. ,
WIGGINS his wife. Plaintiffs,
publications on September 12, dealer. The dealer should be
CITY BY QUALIFIED VOTERSON
Name in which assessed:
Clifford WardenAll 1974. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER equipped to set-up the mobile I ELECTION OFFICE OPEN
-vsCARL -
of said property being in The Clerk will not accept any 24 1974, A.D., FOR THE home and provide service in
bid for said real property in an the future. This should be
the County of Bradford, State of PURPOSE OF ELECTING THE A. HARDEN and LOTTIE
the Saturday September 21 8:30 A.M. 5:00: P.M.
amount less than $17,500.00.Said FOLLOWING OFFICERS: defined at the time of :
Florida. his Defen-
HARDEN
L wife.
certificate sale shall be for cash sales and covered in writing.
Unless such or
dants.
lawful of the United JIM A-TCA SEALIt
RI
money GROUP 3
certificates shall be redeemed :
according to law the property States; ten (110)) per cent of the One Commissioner Two Years NOTICE OF ACTION is important to note that Phone 964.5634
purchase price to be paid to said the mobile home Standard
described in such certificate or Clerk on the day of sale, and the INSPECTORS FOR SAID PROPERTYTO covers performance, rather
certificates will be sold the
to
balance upon approval of said : than specifying the kind of Neva FlynnSupervisor
highest bidder at the court ELECTION: CARL A. HARDEN and
sale by this Court or upon materials (or sizes) to be
house door on the 30th day of sufficient LEONA MATHEWS LOTTIE L. HARDEN, his wife, of Elections
of and soldin
delivery a good CLARA F. COLSON used. Every mobile home
September 1974. P. O. Box 612
deed. Florida must this
Dated this 23 of PEGGY SHALLER Lake Butler Florida 32054 carry Bradford
1974. day August, The above-styled Estate will MRS. J.C. DUKES blue and silver seal certifying CountyAn
for all documentary stamps conformance to ANSI Stan-
pay
LOUISE W. TENLEY
Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
of
the deed
affixed to con-
By: Beulah M. Moody BARBARA VALINSKI action to foreclose a mortgageon
furnish to the buyer .
veyance Equal Opportunity Employer
KENNETH M. STRUTH
Clerk of Circuit Courtof in the following property in
title insurance an amount
Bradford County, Fla. anda BOBBY FAY CHAFF Bradford County Florida:
equal to the purchase price,
9/5 4t 9/26 survey of said lands. RUBY HOWELL Lot 15, M. F, Wiggins
ANN MILLERIN Subdivision according to plat
Dated at Starke, Bradford
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF County Florida, this 6th day of thereof recorded in Rat Book 3,
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- September, 1974. TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I Page 32, Public Records of
HERE UNTO SUBSCRIBE MY
CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR Bradford County Florida
NAME AND CAUSE THE SEAL has been filed against and
BRADFORD COUNTY. CASE GILBERTS. BROWN you
OF THE TOWN TO BE
No. 74.234 Clerk of the Circuit Court you are required to serve a copy
Bradford County, Florida HEREUNTO AFFIXED THIS of your written defenses, if any, Watch out
11th DAY OF SEPTEMBER
IN RE: Adoption of CHRISTOPHER to it on EUGENE F. SHAW.Plaintiff's ,
1974 A.D.
,
MacLAUREN STROUD By: Lila R.Yawn attorney, whose
Clerk address is Post Office Box 1086
NOTICE OF SUIT 9/122t 919I Deputy Neil L.Tucker, Mayor Starke, Florida, 32091, on or
ATTEST: Merrill Edwards before October 17.1974, and file

ToCharles: Aubrey Jones City Clerk the original with the Clerk of this
(Address Unknown) I will not be responsible for 1t 919IN Court either before service on for kids.

bills made by Minton Lynn Plaintiff's attorney or Immediately -

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat (Ronnie) Jones or anyone else THE CIRCUIT COURT OF thereafter; otherwisea

a Petition for Adoption has other than myself. THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- default will be entered against

been filed and you are requiredto CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR you for the relief demanded in ,
serve a copy of your written Millie Rose Dicandio Jones BRADFORD COUNTY. CASE the complaint.
defenses, if any, to it on 9/19/ 2tp 9/26 NO. WITNESS my hand and the
RICHARD E. WELTY Attorney seal of this Court on this 17th

for Petitioner, whose address is THE CIRCUIT COURT JAMES HAROLD EUNICE andJ. day of September, 1974.GILBERT D
IN
114N. Walnut Street, P. O. Box S. EUNICE, JR., Plaintiffs,
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
995 Starke, Florida, 32091 and S. BROWN
file the original with the Clerk of FLORIDA BRADFORD COUNTY IN AND CIVIL FOR -VB- CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT Florida State
the above-styled Court on or COURT

before October 15, 1974, otherwise ACTIONCASE.74239In ALBERT EDWARD LANE, BY Beulah M. Moody Telephone CompanyA
a )judgment may be enteredfor Defendant. Deputy Clerk
the relief demanded in the 9/194t 10110BRADFORD Member of re: The Matter of the
Petition. NOTICE OF ACTIONTO
of TERRY RAE .
Adoption
the
WITNESS my hand and :
seal of said Court on the 9th day GASKINS SP4 Albert Edward Lane

of September, 1974.GILBERTS.. 263 86 2381 COUNTY
NOTICE OF SUIT
NO PROPERTYTO ABTRY 1/81 Fa FLORIDA CIRCUIT COURT Civil
-
BROWNas INTERESTED PAR- A.P.O. New York 09035 Action No. 74130ADVANCE
Clerk of Said Court : ALL

By: Donna M. Branson TIES YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an MORTGAGE '

Deputy Clerk YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat action to partition the following CORPORATION PLAINTIFF b'rwy
9 12 4t 10/3 property in Bradford County
an action for adoption has
Florida: RICHARD JAMISON and
been filed against you and you
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF are required to serve a copy of Lots 3 through 10, Lots 29, 31, BETTY JAMISON, his wide
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR your written defenses, if any to 33, and 34, Lots 39 through 49, DEFENDANTS
CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR it, on the plaintiff's attorney, and Lots 56 through 60, all in
BRADFORD COUNTY. whose name and address is Section 11, Township 5 South NOTICE OF SALE
22 East of WOODLAWN
GEORGE H. PIERCE, Esq., P.O. Range ,
PROBATE. 1-1981 DRAWER 1030, STARKE according to plat or map thereof Notice is hereby given that 7 .+

FLORIDA, 32091, and file the recorded in Plat Book 1, Page 17 pursuant to a Final Judgment of
IN RE: Estate of CLARA original with the clerk of the (formerly Plat Book I I. Page 11) FORECLOSURE entered in this

LATTERMAN, Deceased. above styled court on or before public records of Bradford action, I will sell at PUBLIC
September 16,1974:otherwise a County, Florida AND the West SALE, the following described

NOTICE OF PUBLIC judgement may be entered Half of the Northeast Quarter of property: .'. .
Southeast Quarter (W 1/2 of NE ;
SALEOF REAL against for the relief Beginning at the Southwest
PROPERTYNotice demanded you in the complaint or 1/4 of SE 1/41), in Section 11, corner of Section 22, Township

petition. Township 5 South Range 22 6 South Range 22 East, go East ,
is hereby given pur- WITNESS my hand and the East AND the West Half (IW 39.45'; thence North 0 degrees
l suant to that certain Order seal of said Court on September 1/2)) of Lots 8 and 9, and the 07' East 750' to the point of t r b
entered in the abovestyledcause 16, 1974. North Half (IN 1/2)) of Lots 23 beginning; and from the point of r >
by the Honorable John A. and 24, all in Section 12, beginning continue North 0

H. Murphree Circuit Judge, on GILBERTS. BROWNAs Township 5 South Range 22 degrees 07' East 101'; thence 1
September 6, 1974, the Clerk of Clerk of said Court East of WOODLAWN accordingto North 89 degrees 39' East 75';
the Circuit Court of Bradford By Beulah M. MoodyAs map or plat thereof recordedin thence South 0 degrees 07' .
County, Florida, will sell at Deputy Clerk Plat Book 1, Page 17 (formerly West 101'; thence South 89 n Et) i ig ir .
public sale the following 9/194t 10/10 Plat Book 1, Page 1)) public degrees 391 West 75' to the pointof
described real property In records of Bradford County, beginning; all lying end being
Bradford County, Florida, to- Florida AND Lots Xl,28 and 56, in BRADFORD COUNTY a
wit: NOTICE all in Section 13, Township 5 FLORIDA.To .
THE BOARD OF COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS South, Range 22 East of the highest and best bidder

A parcel of land containing OF WOODLAWN, according to for cash at the South entranceof
8.13 acres, lying in the BRADFORD COUNTY, map or plat thereof recorded in the Courthouse of this Countyin
Southeast quarter of Southeast FLORIDA, WILL RECEIVE Rat Book 1, Page 17 (formerly Starke Florida, between 11:00:
quarter ISE 1/4 of SE 1/4)) of SEALED BIDS INTO THE Rat Book 1, Page 1)) public AM and 2:00: PM on September .
Section 6, Township 7 South, OFFICE OF THE CLERK OF THE records of Bradford County 30, 1974. .
Range 22 East, (being also CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD Florida. AND Lot 39 in Section

portions of Lots 3 and 4 of Davis COUNTY UNTIL MONDAY 14, Township 5 South, Range 22 Clerk of the Circuit Court
Bros and Truby's Subdivision SEPTEMBER 23, 1974. AT 10:00: East of WOODLAWN, according GILBERT BROWNby \I

according to plat recorded in A.M., FOR MAJOR MEDICAL to map or plat thereof Beulah M, Moody
Deed Book E, Page 680 of the EMPLOYEES' INSURANCE. recorded in Plat Book 1, Page 17 Deputy Clerk
public records of said Countyl); SPECIFICATIONS MAY BE (formerly Plat Book 1, Page 1)) It 9/19 .




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September 19.191 TELEGRAPII Page 13 M




Jones Satisfied Not Taking Knights For Granted I I y j


"Ocala Vanguard is supposed "They did that to us two two wide outs.This makes the Tommy Edwards did a good offense" said Coach Sexton ,;\,
to be in a rebuildingyear years ago This will not defense more of a passing consistent job in the jamboree "We have been looking 'II
With but we are certainly not happen again," states Coach threat Ocala runs the 4-4 defense along with the whole offensive pretty fair defensively,having
Jamboree going to take them for Hurse The veer offense can line. some good days and some bad
"
granted, says Head Bradford "We had a pretty goodweek's strain a defense because they "We are working real hard days," said Sexton. "The important -
High Football Coach David practice and we are can run several little plays defensively and we have been thing now is to have ,
/ Hurse of this Friday night's now tapering off and makingsure then hit you with the big one. looking pretty fair," commented the good days on Fridays"
opening game in Ocala. that we know our assign- This puts a lot of pressure on Veteran DefensiveLine "We are in pretty
/ In LB Fri. This will make the third ments and know what we are the defensive ends. Coach Mike Sexton. shape although we are lacing j
; Night year now that BITS has openeda supposed to do," commented Vanguard linebackers are Sheldon Hodge and Dale experience," says Defensive
grid season against unpredictable Hurse quick and active and the Haas will be the two starting Secondary Coach Dennis j
I Ocala Vanguard. Two Ocala is much improved whole team has good size people defensive ends, with Donnie Hu risen. oj
:"We were satisfied with the touchdowns to take the Union 45 yard line Sirmones years ago BHS had some- since spring and a new quarterback with good speed, accord- Sewell playing some there. "There are a lot of talented
execution of our team in the quarter victory.Chiefland crashed through the right side where near the same advantage and new coach is ing to Hatcher, Mark Hildreth and Jimmy young players but they don't
jamboree although we were a played evens of Cross City's line to dash as this year but Van. helping,according to Scouting Bradford High's sophomore Clark will be the two tackles have experience."
little sluggish in the begin- against Williston ending the yards' for a touchdown 55 guard surprised them with a Coach Harry Hatcher. quarterback Jimmy Prevatt and Scott Pooser the nose- "I 1 was real happy after last
ning," said Head Union High quarter in a scoreless tie 10:14: left in the with 2421 upset. Last year BUS Vanguard runs from a veer will have his first taste of varsity man Early Chandler and week's scrimmage because
Football Coach Jack Jones of The Tigers and Indians both period. won hands down, 210. offense with 2 set backs and competition after being Dwight Barber will be going they hit people." said Offensive -
the performance of his Tigersin had trouble keeping the ball moved up to varsity a year into their second year as a Line Coach Bill Hughes
the Jamboree they hosted with both teams fumbling early linebacker team. "We still need to work out a ',;
last Friday night. twice. Last week Hurse was well These people play just defense few mental mistakes," said
Union was led by the total Chiefland started a drive pleased with the blocking of basically and all will be Hughes "We were blowing '.'
two quarter 112, yard per. early in the quarter and drove fullback Matt Hull along with played as little as possible on some assignments"J 1
formance by senior run- down to the Tiger 28 yard line Richard Lashley and Johnny ,!
ningback Curtis Sirmones; before a Danny Riffle pass' Nichols. Both Tommy Reddish
Sirmones carried only eight was interupted by Union and Beaver DeSue are ;
times after coming into the secondary man Buddy Perry doing good jobs running the "
game late in the Tigers' first Sirmones came into the ball
quarter of play against game later in the quarter ball.During the jamboree two
Chiefland after LB lineman Bill Cain weeks ago Marlon Thorntonwas Thank
ti-i.:
Sirmones scored on a 15 recovered a fumble on the turning in good perfor-
yard touchdown run late in the Chiefland 45 yard line. 'He } mances and should be the .
quarter against Chiefland but carried the ball six straight v ."tie for !game competition.
the touchdown was called times to finally cross the goal t tI
,
back because of 15 yard only to have his TD called Small Fry You )1
holding penalty The Tigers back and the play ended
had to settle for a o-o tie with seconds later after Sirmones And Bantam ...--... #., ;
Chiefland. attempted a 31 yard field goal. -' ,It'
In the fourth period the In the final period Union, on Football .
Tigers ripped Cross City up 19- the first possession, moved 'r- I ...- >
0 showing ability to be one of the ball down to the 25 yard fi \, ;:--
Has StartedSmall
the Suwannee Conference line riding on a 20 yard run by I Wish To Express
powers. Sirmones. Then another 15 Fry and Bantam My Sincere Appreciation -
Cross City and Willistonopened yard holding penalty was League football has started ",
the Jamboree and called and the ball moved practice and the Starke To
CC'SI',' Cleve Timmons and back 15 yards. Joe Braswell manager of Winn-Dixie of Starke,right,holds the head of the deer he shot with Recreation Department urgesall Those Voters Who Supported My
Jerry Evans ,scored the two With the ball back to the a bow Wednesday around dark.Hunting mate and dog owner Fredhrrler also pll PS. boys from ages 712 to Bid For Election To
Braswell shot the deer near Kaeel Lake about 40 yards from the tree stand he was in. He used participate. County
a 611<> pound test Bear Bow and heeler's' dogs were used to get the deer after it ran about BOO Small Fry ranges from the Commission District 4. I Am
A Vote Of Thanks yards after being shot. ages Small of 7-9 Fry. Practice is on Mondaysand sessionsfor Especially Proud Of The Vote I

Wednesdays from 3:30-5 Received In My Own District. A

To All Of My ManySupporters Baby Tornadoes VisitingLive p playground..m. at the Pratt Street Special Thanks Also Goes To Those
Persons Who
Bantam League ranges Actively SupportedMe.
In The from the ages 10 thru 12. .
Practice sessions will be held
Oak In Opener TonightBradford every Tuesday and Thursday
City Election On Street from 3 playground.:30-5 p.m. at Pratt Harold D. Waters .

High's 1974-75 "It's a real good group but I the first game is Franklin No participation fees are And Family
Sept. 10YourSupport junior varsity football squad don't know how fast they are Bell, split end; Bobby Smith required Only equipment the
lacks experience but has the going to mature" says Coach left tackle: Lee Casey, weak child will need is a pair of
potential to be a real fine Hatcher. guard: Lawrence Budgett, tennis shoes or a pair of
team according to Head JV Starting offensive line for (See Page 11)) rubber cleats
Was Coach Harry Hatcher
This Thursday night BHS
Deeply Appreciated travels to Live Oak for the
season opener starting at 7 Slade
p,m. Sawyer -
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I Tennis,Tourney Finals UC Meets Hawthorne In OpenerExecution r I!


Held At SG should be the This year the Tigers have 21 with good senior leadership," .and secondary man Glen '
CC will be in action
Sunday
Friday
Kemp (.
deciding factor in the season's seniors out of 39 players. "I commented Coach Jones.
opener between Union High consider this a senior ball club Coach Jones pointed out night after missing a couple of
Finals of the Starke Golf, J.E. Tomhnson beat Auburn and Hawthorne gridders this some players as doing good weeks with injuries.
and Country Club Tennis Mennis player Steve Mat- Friday night in Lake Butler, jobs this year.Buddy Perry at i
Tournament were played tingley 6-2,6-2 to take the 18 according to Head Union tree safety did a good job with CeramicsClasses t
Sunday after several weeks of and over men's singles. Coach Jack Jones. an interception and a 50 yard
elimination matches. Then Bill Shields and Jerry The game will start at 8 punt return during the jam
"This was the first tennis McGriff beat Tomlinson and p.m. with Hawthorne comingoff boree. On the defense Andy
tournament ever held in Mattingley as a team 6-1 and a 3-7 record last year while Howard at middle linebackerand
Starke. It was a very successful 6-2 to win the 18 and over the Tigers are riding an 8-2 Cedrlck Warren at tackle Ceramic classes are now
one and we hope to men's doubles record. did good jobs in the jamboree. open every Monday and
continue to have success in a "Hawthorne Is certainly Jerry Dukes also had a good Thursday nights from 7-io
tennis and bring to Starke an better than they have been in game and "it looks like he is p.m. also on Wednesday
outstanding amount of ten- JVPlays LO..... Ma u the past, but we are probablyas In New England, burdock going to be a solid player for mornings from 912.
nis," says BUS Girls Physical (From good or better and its a leaves were once used as a us this year" according to No registration fees the
Education Instructor Melba Page 13) 1 of execution for the
matter fever remedy. They weren't Jones. only cost will be items tha t are
center Keith Carter,
right
Howard. ; victory, "stated Coach Jones made
Janice Jockel came from guard; Marty Russell, right Curtis Sirmones Is In the open with good( blocking as he Last year the Tigers -o hot! Fullback Lorenzo Griffin
far behind to beat Steven tackle, and Dave Dailey, right heads for the goal line only to have the Union TD called back traveled to Hawthorne for the ..
Griffis 8-7 in a pro set match to end."They because of a holding penalty In last weeks Jamboree. opening game of the season
win the 12 and under mixed are all big, and for as and came away 38-0 victors.
group. Jockel was behind 7-1 young as they"are they are BHS CC Team Loses First Hawthorne started last season J. T. PARRISHCandidate
and came back to win. looking good, 'Commented out with a lot of injuries and
Debbie Mitchell the 13- Offensive Line Coach Reddy better at the
got
won progressively
within one second of each
Bradford Cross
Cox "They are not real quick High
17 girls singles by beating end of the year.
Jenmfer Jockel 6162. and agile yet but I'd say they Country runners lost their other. For
Larry White defeated Bruce are ahead of themselves." first meet of the season in .
Starting on the defensiveline Gainesville Monday falling 31- ..
Tucker in a game of hustle'
determination. In the first will be Dave Daily, left 24 to P.K Yonge. School Board
"Wewerebeat in the middle
end; Marty Russell left
tied
set the match was 6-6
up tackle; Kevin Kruger, from fourth to sixth place,"
and White won the tie breaker
51. Then White won the noseman; John Sheering, said Cross Country and Track Thanks District 5
second set 6-2 to take the win. right tackle; Franklin Bell, Coach Grover Howard. .
lljalmar McMillan won the right end; Keith Carter, left "We had two time trials
l8 and over women's singlesover linebacker; and Lee Casey before the meet and based on Expresses His Appreciation to all the fine folks
them should have the
Tracie Schlosser 6.1 and right linebacker. "we won I Would Like To Thank My Many, Many Friends
Offensive backfielders are meet. that voted for Him 10.
t-3 on Sept.
> 24 Years As
After losing the first set 6-2 Jackson Prevatt, quar Senior Larry Paterson Who Have Supported Me For The Past
Ruth Ilazen and Jennifer terback; Roger Bennett, polished up the BHS team by A Member Of Your School Board. I Would Also
fullback taking first place overall witha He Will Be Grateful For Your Vote &
Jockel fought back at Debbie ; Charly Revel, Like To Congratulate The Winners And Wish Our
low time of 13:46 minutes.
blocking back; and Kenny :
:Mitchell and Lynn Pierce to
win the last two sets 6-3 6-4 towin Aycox tailback. PKY took second and third School System Continued Success. Support On OCT. 1 In The Second Primary.
the match in the 13-17 girls Starting in the defensive places with Mark Stringfellow
secondary are Charly Revel, running 13:47: and Jerry
doubles.
VOTE FOR & ELECT J. T. PARRISH
Carnes 13:48.
Bruce Tucker and Mike monster man; Earl Biggs, running :
:McKae outplayed Randy and strong safety; Kenny Aycox, Kirk Hunsinger came in 11. A. LAWSON
free safety; and Ricky Johnsat fourth place for BHS with a
Andy Crews 6-1 and 7-6 to win ON OCT. 1,1974Your 1
cornerback. time of 14:17: then PKY took
the 13-17 bovs doubles.
two more straight placings. In
fifth place was David Barnard (Pd. Pol. Adv.) Vote Will Be Appreciated [PaId Pol.Adv.l(
with a time of 14:28: while Carl
NOTICE Hren placed sixth in 15:12:
minutes. h. : : : .,,11
BHS took the last two places
Dr. Dopson's Office will be with Ricky Solze in ninth at

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ELIZABETH GIVENS WALKER' (l ll1 I II I

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SCHOOL NEWS

I Adult Basic Classes are in ,

progress and the ad- .

ministration in the various

centers has invited all interested

adults to enroll for

self-improvement or for
training for better .....
jobs or a ..
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Yamaha
FOR SALE 1974
new job. Whatever the FOR SALE Baby calves dairy & WANTED mature woman to ---_._,
problem is, you can get help to dairy crossed 925 & up. Enduro 250, street/trail bike. New masonry homes 3 bed
for children while mother
Adult owned 400 miles, like care Cash & Carry Tiros
solve it. CLASSIFIED AD RATES Maurice Edwards Jr. ed- room, 2 bath, central heat and
works. Ught house work.
$995. 468-1512. Itp 9/19 $2698
new air, wall to wall carpets.
wards Rd. Phone 964-6096 or Hours 3-to B p.m. weekdays. 412 E. CALL
-- --- -- ---- -
CHUKCIINEWS Deadline for Insertion' 964-8510. 9/12 4tp 10/3 Must have own tran

Greater Allen Chapel AME Tuesday Noon preceding ------ -- STARK CYCLE CENTER, 2ttf: sportation. 473.3540. 1tp 9/19 Small farm close to Starke, 3 ; ) TIRES PLUS TAX & TAG
Church. Rev. IIG Hastie bedrooms 1 bath, fenced. I
Thursday before publication. N. Temple Ave. Ph. 964-6020 .'
------------ FRONT END
pastor. Sunday marked the Minimum Charge 12.001] FOR SALE Triple dresser & Your authorized HODAKA )

start of the new conferenceyear (Covers 11 Words) seperate mirror: double dealer tfchg. WANTED Used 12 x 60 mobile home on 1/2 acre & !il
modern bed frame: 43 furniture, aPCM.
with Rev. II.G. Hastie as word 15 walnut i
Each over ------ ---- BRAKE SERVICE
new pastor. The officers and 10 cents yards antique satin light blue refrigerators washers Dahmer's 200 acres, fenced, approx 60

members hope to work draperies: Beauty pleat rods: Discount House tfchg acres in pasture $700 per acre. 964.5800

together with the pastor for All Classified Ads must be Green double bed spread:964- - - -- FRED QUALITY TIRES &

the betterment of the church paid for in advance unless you 7152. Up 9/19 r HELP WANTED j 205 N.SACKETT-REALTOR
Temple(IUS-301)) SERVICE FOR LESS
and everything it stands for. have an established account ------------ 964-6522

Sunday services will start with the Telegraph. in that FOR SALE: Epiphone Guitars Nita 468-1753 TFN

with Sunday School at 10 a.m. event 50 cents extra charge' made in Japan by Gibson now 'END FOUNDLOST
Morning service at 11 The for billing. Not responsible for Discount HELP WANTED: lady to sell
Dahmers tfchg.WATSON'S
Fellowship Hour will be held errors when given over the at convenience food. Good pay ""
- - S SAVE $ JIMMY MOORE'SSun
at 3 at Mount Moriah
p.m. phone or when copy Is not group insurance, profit '
United Methodist Church. All typed and brought to the of sharing. Apply Food'n Scat DOGS 1 female Blanket SportsMORE .

members urged to attend. fice. Store, South Walnut and US Back Walker, 1 Male Lemon FRED DAVIS

Ml. Moriah United HOUSE VACUUMS 301. tfchg. Poted Walker, 1 Male July GMC TRUCKS BOAT FOR W
Methodist Church Rev. Willie Walker, Lost YOUR MONEY TF
about
----------- Sampson BUICK PONTIAC'A
Stitt pastor Weekly services Many brands of Lake area. Ph. 964-8602 or STARKE PH 964-5791 376-4551
new LITTLE
vacuums RIDE
began with choir rehearsal MAID WANTED at JoLu Motel. CAN
964-8622 1tp 919WANTEDTO 4222 NW 13th St
Wednesday night at 7 :30. $39.00 up Used machines Must have own tran SAVE YOU A LOT" TF
r FOR SAlE II from $10. COMPLETE OUTBOARD & Gainesville
Expert Repairs all
Sunday School, 10 a.m. sportation. Apply in person. ..- GREEN COVE SPRINGS STERN DRIVE SERVICE
Fellowship Hour, 3pm. makes. Parts and Accessoriesfor Itchg 9/19 "
all vacuums. Built in AND REPAIR
Educational Day will be ob- ----------- RENT

served Sunday, Sept. 29 with TV Color picture tubes only $79 central vacuum cleaning INSURANCEAT COMPLETE FIBERGLASS Heaters

dinner on the grounds at 1 plus labor, Dahmers Discount systems. 712 N. Main, REDUCED RATES REPAIR
Gainesville 3767110. TF CUSTOM BUILT FIBERGLASS -
p.m. tfchg AUTO FIRE, BOAT CleanedNow
Pleasant Grove United ------------ FOR RENTFOR WANTED TO RENT OR LEASE FISHING BOATS
- - DOYlE E.CONNERINSURANCE
Methodist Church. Prayer 15 or more acres for pastureland Is The Time
FOR SALE calves and
Baby
Meeting Tuesday night. Bible FOR SALE 75 HP Chrysler' Call 964-6076 after 5pm. AGENCY
: feeder pigs $18 and up. 964- To Have Your Gas &
TCHG
Class Wednesday at 8 p.m. engine, 16 ft boat and trailer. 7655. 9/19/ 2tp 9/26 1tp 919HOUSES FASHION CAREER
Sunday School 10 a.m. Good condition. Kids lost RENT 12' wide mobile --- -- Like to ladies fashion Oil Heaters Cleaned
------------ own a
St.Johns Missionary Baptist interest. Must sell. 4732210. homes outside city limits. J.B. store? All nationally

.('h rch. Rev Willie Huffman tfchg. FOR SALE Cleared acre lot in White. Ph. 964-6114. If no We now have a fulltime appliance !!- famous merchandise & Checked Before

)pastor St.Johns men will ----- ------ Country Club estates $5.000. answer call 964-8775. tfchg FOR SALE repairman for all your factory fresh latest styles. Cold Weather Arrives
observe annuall\Ien's Day on Also 64 Ford pick-up $560 or needs
- - repair Your customers save 50
FOR SALE Fine quality freezer ,
Sunday Sept. 22. Sunday best offer. 964-8087. 9/19 Call
per cent and often better,
School, 10 a.m., with Deacon beef at bargain prices J.R. 4tchg 10/10/ FOR RENT- Real nice furnished Call Badcocks shopping in the finest con
John Sherman in charge. At 11 Wainwright. Ph. 9647835. 1 bedroom apt. No pets. Ph. Jr. Reams
964-5289
------------ tinental
atmosphere. Com
Itp 9/19 FOR SALE 1974 Montebello
9646947.
Deacon 9/19
a.m. Jasper 1tp
Alexander of Johnson ------- ---- FOR SALE-1 or 2 acres locatedS 70x12 bedroom 2 full bath, plete inventory and beautiful 964-7730
Chapel, ------------
Gainesville will conduct FOR SALE By owner 1973 100-A.()( Call after 6:30: 964- carpet living room only real fixtures. No experience 912.103
devotional services. The trailer 36x12 like new fur 5417 Starke or 2596410Macclenny. FOR RENT Trailer Spaces nice. $700 down $102 month necessary. Complete
nished take 9/19 Available 1st month's rent 964-7212. 1tp 9/19 training program with life
speaker will be Brother up payments plus 1tp BRASINGTON
free. Call 4962841. Lake time assistance backing,
2 months ft ----- ------
payments --- --------- CADILLAC-OLDSMOBILE:
: Green of Pleasant
English Butler, Ra. 9/12 4tp 10/3 and guidance of large
moving 4734111. 1tp 9/19 SM.KS&SKIUICKFine Long ChampHome
?Plain Methodist Church,
2 SALE Used nationwide
SALE family FOR 1970
FOR Lawtey: ------------ Repo company. Very
------ --- ---
Gainesville. sale. Books, records record Rembrandt $350 & move in. 2 selection of Used Cars high earnings. Investment
At 3 p m. Devotional Services FOR SALE Whirlpool electric player, milk bottles old FOR RENT 12x60 2 bedroom bedroom front kitchen with Taken On Cadillac Trades of $$14,500, guaranteed. and

will be conducted by stove. Only used two months. dishes some dep. glass mobile home furnished on auto. washer; electric stove 21101( N.\\. 13th 37H-5301 Returnable by contract if Building Materials ]

Bio Leo DeSue of Pleasantdrove $99. See at 1103 E:. Call chairs and you name it. 9 Kingsley Lake year round, 90 good condition $90.23 GAINESVILLESTARKE301 not satisfied.

United Methodist Street 1tp 9/19 a.m. till sold. No sales before foot front. 533-2026. Itchg monthly See this one at 1650N Write To: Mr. Joseph, -WE BUILD
Church. The will be
speaker --------- -- 9 a.m. This Saturday, 21st. 3 9/19 Temple Ave Itchg 9/19 ,% MADEMOISELLECLASSIC "YOUR PLANS OR OURS
Deacon John Sherman of
3 ------------
then
blocks west of school, ------------ MOTEL
St Johns Baptist Missionary FOR SALE ((4)) JR78 X 15 Start 2121 Corporate YOUR LOT OR OURS
Baptist Church, Lawtey. Each Belted Radials Only 8000Mi blocks north. Follow the FOR RENT Furnished one FOR SALE 1973 Elmwood Square Blvd. Suite 136

family is asked to fulfil its On tires.Also have ((2)) IflO! signs. 1tp 9/19- bedroom bachelor apt., with 65x12 3 bedroom 2 full bath \\'eekly&I\Ionthly Jacksonville, Florida FREE ESTIMATES
obligation, and visitors are X 15 R.W-L 10 in.wide. Stew -- ---- private bath. Parking off all carpeted $700 down Rates 32216, or Call Collect ((904))

always welcome. Thomas or 964-5327 After street. 964-5884. 570 W. Call $103.50 monthly, move inCan 7257724. i REMODELING REPAIRS
Street. be 1650 N 964-5976 301 North ADDITIONS
New Bethel Baptist Church 530pm.: Itp 9/12 Itchg 9/19 seen at tf
------------ Temple Ave. Starke. 964-
and l Ebwreeer Baptist Church. -- --- ------ MISCELLANEOUSLOSE HOMES BOUGHT SOLD
will attend the 22nd annual 7212. Itchg 9/19 .
FOR RENT Furnished 2 Well Drilling TRADED
------ ------
session of Mt. Sinai UNITED FARM AGENCY INC :
bedroom block home on
Assn. YourReal FOR SALE; Small 2 BR house i ACREAGE FOR SALE
Missionary Baptist ,
Griffis Loop. No pets Ph. 964- Reg. Real Estate Broker Fast Rotary
Hev Leroy Davis moderator, Estate Price $11.850 $2,850 down 984-6853
9/19
5690 or 9648245. Itp Paul Faulkner.Broker
WEIGHT safely & fast
\\hlch will con ene Sl'Pt. 17-22 $94,69 Monthly Located at Drilling EquipmentFor
----- ------- Irene Faulkner n Assoc. .
with X-11 Diet $3. HWY 301 S STARKE TF
Plan 615 Lafayette St Call
Pleasant Grove Broker
at Baptist ......
Robert Faulkner
Church, Keystone Heights, REDUCE excess fluids with X- FOR RENT Completely fur- Gainesville. 372-2633. 9/5 Assoc. 0 e &*m- --....

with Rev \\ .C. Robinson as Buy Sell- Trade.-- Pel, $3 Koch Drug's 9/12 nished 2 bedroom house on 4tchg 9/26. Louise McRae -- Assoc. 2" Thru 6" WellsCall

pastor.Sunday. Stchg 10/31/ Lake Santa Fe $175., No pets. ------ ------
2305 N. Temple Ave. ALCOHOLICS
-- -- ------- Us For
Available
School will be held AppraisalsCALL till June 9647281..
at !New: Bethel Baptist Church, BILL'S Home Remodeling Itchg 9/19 FOR SALE 3 BR, 2 bath Starke Fla. 964-5065 Your Water System Needs ANONYMOUS
BILLPOWE'LLREAL I lot
concrete block acre
for the ------------
concluding services Service: Electrical
ESTATE plumbingand Owner assume Mtg. 376- WANTTOSELLORBUYREAL
dav 964-6464 carpentry. Fast service. If FOR RENT New double-wide 9666. tfchg ESTATE? SE47051Durrance
lire Canaan True Church its in the home we do it. Call trailer in Lawtey. For Information 964-5148
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of Gal( in Unity Elder Sampson ASSOCIATE 964-8087. Itp 9/12 Call 7823025. Itp Call Us For Best Prices Pump &
White pastor. Weekly Supply 8 A.M 9 A.M.
--- -- ------- 9/19 Prospects Waiting tfchq
services began!( Wednesdaynight LILLIAN PEARSON -- 12 MIDNIGHT 1 A.M.
Ralph Bryan ------------ Developers Of
with Prayer Meetingand SEWING MACHINE REPAIR Real Estate

Terry Service. Friday All makes cleaned, oiled and Under Ground Water
night Teaching and Prayer 964.6208 adjusted $7. All work FOR SALE: Pickett Templates SpecialNew 964-7959
Anytime7823806 I )
Meeting. Sunday School will guaranteed. James Lettering guides General use 864 N. Temole Ave 2PM.-5P.M.

begin services at 10 a.m. WE HAVE BUYERS Strickland Morgan Road and templates. Electronic. Elipse Starke Fla.
FOR ACREAGE SR-16. Ph. 964-8733 782- and Architectural. All for sale 3 BR, 1 Bath, brick home with Doublewide .
:Morning Service at 11. or Sales & Service TFN OtO 9, 28
3189. Also at The Office Shop. Phone family room. on approx 1 acre
Evening service.. 7 p.m. scissors sharpened
3 Br 1 1&Ya Bath
largeSmallImprovedUnimproved $1. tfchg 9646305. with 181' on US 301 South of

-- -- -- -- -.- Lawtey
------------
Only $6995Your OLINS MOBILE HOME SALES

Correct Social WE NEED SAWS SHARPENED work 60 A. farm with 3 BR frame

AnnouncementsSTARKE YOUR LISTING guaranteed. Call 964-7509 or AutomobilesUsed house 2 BR mobile home, 2 MWY. 100 W, PH. 964.5606 :,n "e"
Doublewide -- i'"tJldIttl :
leave at Jackson Building additional Mobile home hook- .

3 BR Homes .Oldand New Supply Starke or Keystone ups large stocked fish pond, Specialists :

Small and Large City Heights. tfchg. planted pasture fenced and LARGE SELECTION OF PRE-OWNEO ft.
and Country From $19,800 cross fenced. Room to farm and HOMES IN GOOD
- - -- "G" REPOSSESSED
sub-divide. Excellent terms Big
FOR SALE 1971
Toyota CONDITION AT A REASONABLE PRICE
BUILDING LOTS WILL BABY SIT in my home Corona Good condition only Cecelia T. Terwillegar Mobile HomesHwy TF
MOBILEHOMELOTS Monday thru Friday Infantsup. $995. Call 4681551. 9/19 4tp Associate

964-6821. 9/12 3tp 9/26 10/10 Phone 964-5145 90 E Lake City, Fla.
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964-63O5, FLA, Commercial& OPENING September 23. FOR SALE Fishing car, 1965 NEED TO MAKE SOME 752-3201 TF Boyd Soul Brother and Day

..
.' ResidentialCALLUS I Academic Kindergarten. Ages Pontiac Catalina station lABELS? Buy a Bymo Label and Nite Janitorial Services
Printing In 21/2.5. Call Lu Sanders to wagon 9150 cash. Ph 964- maker from us at The Office

register. Ph.- 9648404. 9/12 5521 after 5 p.m. Itp 9/19 Shop. have mergedto bring you
4tchg 10/3 Davidson : :
Good Form BEFORE --------- -- -
YOU -- --- -- -- BYKONDUCE&: : A complete line of services. With a larger, more experienced -
FOR SALE 1968 Pontiac
BUYorSELL ASSOCIATES REALTY Mobile Home ParkIn staff to meet your needs promptly.
Quality print. OLD PRATT STREET BAIT LeMans A/C Power steering Branch Office
CENTER opens Friday Sept. & brakes. In excellent con- City Limits Home Business Industry
ing at reason 367 N Temple Avenue
20. Earthworms $3.25: dition. Call 964-6191.9/19 2tp Windows, Etc.
1'ERNIEP.ODOMAssociate : Floors Carpets -
able prices. Invitations Wigglers 91.50. New 9/26 $30 Per Mo.
NEED TO MAKE SOME Renew the beauty of your trailer,home,roof, patio or
social management C.C. Sumner. 2 ------- -
LABELS Buy il 1 Bymo Label 9&4-7700; or 964-5476
pool.
I blocks W. of County Jail. Itp Walk To New
the
notes.BRADFORD. MMkei from
us at Office 9/19 Mildew and stain removal by Hi Pressure, steam
Shop Nice C.B. Home and 12 Shopping Center .
and chemical
------------ or
- -- acres, So. 301 frontage
t WANTED l City Oat, Water a Sewer
TELEGRAPH > OH SALE Electric Pencil, NEED EXTRA CASH? Currently Lawns and hedges: cut-yard maintenanceJunk

sharpeners 3 different styles have opening Times Union 2 story frame house and 15 On 301 South
Job Printing in stock handy lor home or route for part or full time acres and scrap removal from homes or stores

utfice' For sale at The Office work. Call Carl Hagen toll Jolu Motel
135 E. CALL Shop 1-00Q.342-2709./ Itp 9/19 WANTED Yard -and Main- Lovely brick home on PaintingInterior and exterior
tenance_men!. lor day work.\ Bessent Road with one 984-8810
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Opportunities. Some experience 964-5425 964.8359

MOBILE HOME MOVING. Also required Apply in acre.

mobile home huuicane an- person to Mr. Nugent APPLE BROWN

1 1 choring and mobile home roof HOLIDAY INN. Itchg 9/19 Associate Announcing The New Soil Extraction Methodof t
Olin MOBILE Home ----------- -
coating. s 964-7953 PumpsNew

/NlANIRMDERAFS4 Service. 964-5606, Rt. 100 W. PULPWOOD wanted pine trees Carpet Cleaning t i
a
RtF Starke. FlattchgMotorcycles. \ only. Jacksonville Ph. 725- And UsedSALES
- 4589. Itp 9/19
2 Baths. Not Foam. Shampooing or Steaming
--------- New Homes 3 BR
Q. .. Carpeted, Can HI A, Some PARTS I
---Z-L Appliances Garage or Car Port. SERVICE Soil I Extraction leaves your ca rpet clean,free or soap

CII WANTEDCarpenter RuralAcreages and water and almost Immediately ready for use.
City or
DEEP 81 SHALLOW WELLS

4t; Work, Large or Small. We are now giving free estimates and setting up appointments
,Additions, Repairs, Plumbing Supplies for no earlier than September 20, 1974.

FOR SALE '2 CB100 1973 New Construction. We will collect your rent or
Licensed EXPERT SERVICEON To Introduce and this concept of carpet
Hondas, clean, low mileage Contractor Appraise your property. promote new I
cleaning the first 5 customers will receive their carpet
one owner also DeWalt 9"
LET' radial saw with accessories.Call We Want Starke Telephone 9646162 ALL MAKES cleaning for Half Price.In .

9645287. Itp 9/19 Welding Work PHONE 964-7061 I
Pulpwood To Buy addition, we now feature odor removal and Scotch-
------------ Call Day or Evenings
II Carl J. Wilson A Son gard protection.
FOR SALE 1973 750 Yamaha SR-1 West DurrancePUMP
250. To A.J.THOMAS. Realtor
electric "
starter see
'*4.'"| "413365 ST. & SUPPLY CO
Ph. 964-6262 or ''964-8417. 621: N.WALNUT 964-5425 964-8359
!
WORK FORVYOU 9- 4tp '-2.
Tel. 9644162
Itchg 9/19 864-IM TEMPLE AVE. 9/29.Tchg. 11/14
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I Avoid Unpleasant Results With Bag- Lunches What If The Tips On, Food Buying To Fight InflationThe t

ATLANTA
of the new school The beginning with raw food and before bag until it is ready to be USDA Grade shelves at home to see
year has contact with cooked food. The average housewife the higher priced retail buys a hindquarter. grocery
eaten. Some sandwiches
many mothers preparing same rule holds true for the can cah fight today's high rate of counters. ,Conner warned, Avoidance of impulse- what you have on hand, he
be frozen
lunches for their youngsters to lunch fixer's hands. although some loss Shield Is Missing inflation by being a better however against buying from'baitandswitch' buying is important, Conner added.A .
of
carry to school. Next, cook food thoroughly. quality may occur. shopper and provider of meat outlets said and that means that aweek's final tip to housewives:
The U.S. Department of And then make sure that hot Canned meat and poultry wholesome meals and school that advertise a very low price meals should be "Leave your husband and
Agriculture (USDA) warns foods are kept hot, and cold lunches.products are a good bet for From Beef? lunches for her children, and fail to deliver at that planned in advance so the children at home when you go
that box or bag lunches can foods are kept cold. In this But APHIS meat and Commissioner of Agriculture price, often even substitutingcuts shopper will know exactly to the food market," Conner
result In some unpleasant way, whatever bacteria are poultry inspection officialswarn Doyle Conner says. of meat from a what to buy. That means said. "They are notorious
surprises food poisoning present won't have a chanceto from against using dented products ATLANTA Getting your "While it is true that many 'forequarter when the shopper taking inventory of your impulse-buyers."
bulged or
caused by such bacteria as grow and spread. They say the cans must cans.be money's worth is important women hold jobs these days | 'Y- ,, -n L -II t... n.ftl
Salmonella, Clostridium The vacuum bottle is about sealed. especially when buying meat. and may not have as much - -..,., -- -- -- -
perfringens or Staphylococcus the best way to keep foods hot. meats Unless you shop with an time to prepare meals from i
Dry or fully cooked
when the foods are for wellas scratch,' Conner said I 1 I '
eagle-eye "this
prepared If soups, stews or chill are products such a bologna and quality as "3
carelessly. boiling hot when poured into a franks keep well. Frozen price, you risk making an would be a money-saver to
Officials with USDA's sterile vacuum bottle, thereshouldn't chicken or turkey is also good. unsatisfactory purchase. If most people with prices of
Animal and Plant Health be any problemswith Processed lunchmeats you're not quality-conscious, most food products going up."
Inspection Service (APHIS) them at all. Salmonellae, should be used within you may end up with beef that "School children, for
say that good, sensible for example, are killed by week after purchase, one the is either lower than the qualityyou example, might eat a more
sanitation, personal hygieneand exposure to 155 degrees F. APHIS If wanted or not worth the nutritious, less expensive
specialists kept
sound food say. lunch if their mothers have 1
care There are a number of waysto longer, they can become price you paid.In pAL
techniques can save a lot of keep food cold. Keep these the time to pack their lunches
contaminated from
grief for those eating home. foods the being instead of buying them in
in refrigerator until
opened and handled in the fact U. S.
lunches even a school
prepared -whether at leaving for school or work. kitchen. cafeterias and manyof r
school or at work. Ideally,transfer the lunch Department of Agriculture our lunchrooms have had to
to
a Hard-boiled eggs are a good (USDA would
) meat
grader raise "
They say sanitation is prices this
of
one refrigerator at school or of- item for year.
the main keys.All utensils and fice, if available. If not, clean However don't bagged lunches. have trouble evaluating the One of the tips Conner offered
' peel them. quality of a single retail beef
kitchen for
counter-tops should be savings on school
out a plastic tub
margarine or
Nature has
designed sterile
a cut. He makes his evaluationsby
scrupulously clean. lunches was to avoid
They similar container and
fill it for
package this excellent
should be washed with soap with water and freeze it. Then checking only whole Carcasses preparations like the expensive -
protein source that keeps it or large wholesale cuts a
and hot water such
after contact 'spreadables' as
put it in the lunchbox lunchrrmrrntMinoooooooooQ
or
free of
contamination. Leave because the
important quality ham, tuna and chicken salad.
the shell on until one is ready grade factors cannot be "They are good, but you can
u to ea the egg.Also, when eggs evaluated in smaller cuts or make your own meat salads
are boiled ahead of time, be retail cuts. Once he has deter- from scratch at less cost," Words Can't Express My Appreciation For
DAYCARE sure to store them in the mined the grade, he rolls the Conner said. An electric
.
..,. CENTER 4.I refrigerator until the lunch is distinctive USDA grade shieldall blender is a handy kitchen tool The Splendid Vote That Was Given Me In
packed. along the carcass. in doing this.Housewives.
.I FROM ARM BABIESTO Finally, lunchboxes, and and hobbyistsalso Last Tuesday's Election By The Fine People

especially insulated ones, Although about 80 per cent can make their own ,
Of Bradford
SCHOOL AGE maintain temperatures much of all beef sold at retail Is cheeses using inexpensive County.To .

CONSTANT CARE2 better than paper bass. federally graded, the con- cheese-making kits, Conner
However, if the very familiar sumer may come upon beef said. The kits come with full
BALANCED I I II
SNACKS "brown bag" is used, buy that is not graded, says instructions, rennet tablets, The Fine
" I I II People That Elected Me For Four
them specifically for lunches.Don't .
NOW OPEN 7OO: A.M. TO 4:30: P.M. I I II USDA's Agricultural Market- coloring tablets and equip-
I I II use bags in which ing Service. Since grading is a ment to squeeze the whey out Years I Will HA VE YOU IN MIND In Each
,
REASONABLE RATES I I II groceries or other household voluntary USDA service, of the clabbering cheese. ,
WE WILL'WORK WITH MOTHERS I I II items have been carried into packers are not required to Cheddar type cheese is the Decision I Make For The Next Four Years As
TO SOLVE the home.
I I II have their meat graded. If you easiest to make and seems to
THEIR PROBLEMS I I II come upon beef that doesn't be the most popular. Your County Commissioner.
f I f fI fI fI fI fI fI fI
bear the distinctive USDA School lunches of
( FOR SALE:: Lettering Guides course,
Greater Bethlehem FreeWill ,t I I Stickers stencils and grade shield, what should that should contain fresh fruit in
1 I templates.At The Office Shop. mean to you? season and milk, either ThanksE.
Baptist Church > I brought from home or purchased -

964-5136 'J.... I FOR SALE: Typewriter and Basically, it means that you at the lunchroom,
1101 CHESTNUT ST. AT ASH ST OR I Adding Machine ribbons at are on your own when buying whichever is cheapest. The W. Hodges, Jr.Pd. .
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL 964-8866 I The Office Shop. ungraded beef. You cannot wise shopper, Conner said, ( Pol. Adv.)
benefit from the USDA will buy the fruit that is most

!grader's impartial and highly plentiful and therefore the

skilled judgment on quality cheapest. ;, ....
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For meals at home, he')
grades. Furthermore, you are
Harold W. not assured of-getting consist suggested avoiding as muchas
Epps
ent quality over a period of possible the preparationsthat Olin's Mobile Home Saleswill
time. have been so handy,
getting back to the older waysof
Candidate For cooking and starting most give you
When buying beef look for dishes from scratch. Those so-
Y. + the USDA grade shield it's '
called 'helpers, for instance,
your assurance of quality.You are no help at all to the
CouncilGroup can rely on it to mean the grocery budget Conner said. FREELOT
City same wherever and whenever For meals that take hours to
you see it. USDA quality prepare, there are slow-
grades for beef are your cookery techniques that
3 guides to its tenderness, juici- housewives may want to investigate -
ness and flavor. These factors if they come home
H vary so widely in beef that it from work short of time to RENTRL
would be impossible for con- prepare dinner, Conner said.
I Would Like To Say "Thank You" Tod '"" sumers to determine the dif- Hearty soups can be cookedall

Friends And Supporters For The lerenceb without USDA day over slow heat in crock

First Primary Vote. & .. ... __________ grades.Described below are the pots using, he chunks said. A of delicious beef chunk stew, FOR ONE HALF YEARIn

I Ask That You Remember Me Again In The Second characteristics of the same onions, potatoes, carrots,
cut in each of the top three green beans and tomato soupor
Primary. USDA grades of beef: sauce can be prepared in Olin's Mobile Home SubdivisionWHEN
USDA PRIME offers the the same way.Shoppers .
ultimate in tenderness, juiciness can save money if
VOTE FOR ELECT HAROLD W. EPPS and flavor. It has abun- they are willing to accept YOU PURCHASE
dant of fat
marbling-flecks substitutes or alternates for
within the lean--which their favorite steaks, roasts YOUR MOBILE HOME
OH SEPT. 24 1974 Thank YOU enhances flavor and juiciness.Itis and other expensive meat
the highest grade avail- items. Chicken and turkeyare FROM OLIN'SBUY
(IPei. Pol. Adv) able and is most often sold to pound-for-pound, usually
hotels and restaurants. better buys. Some seafoods NOW WHILE THE PRICE IS LOW I
i also are seasonal bargains,

| Conner Variety noted.meats such as liver, See Mark Olin Today He Is Ready To Save YouMoney

kidneys and beef tongues
Coming ToStarke provide more servings per OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 9 A.M. 8 P M. SUNDAYS 1 P.M. 6 P.M.OLIN'S .

pound than steaks and roast,
Conner said. Cube steaks give
MOBILE
four servings per pound _
STARKE compared with sirloin, Tboneor
loin steaks, and twice as HOMESHwy.
STATION many as porterhouse.
Comparison shopping is
advised in buying vegetablesfor
home use, checking pricesper 100 a Starke s 9645606tEuIP

serving among fresh,
frozen and canned goods, ,
Conner said.Fresh vegetables ''
in season may be much less
v11 expensive than canned or
frozen vegetables.
Plugging one of Florida's

major enterprises, Conner
; -- -
said orange juice in handy
concentrate form is certainlymore
nutritious and probably
less expensive than car-
I donated beverages. Orange
juice contains natural sugar,
and sugar prices have gone
sky-high, Conner pointed out. '
"Old Fashion Downtown Day"Hot Volume buying of meat is Attending One Service Could Change Your Life

usually another good way to --
save on food bills, Conner I SEPTEMBER 23 27 ,
said. A family can lay in a

SATURDAY supply of beef from a 7:30 NIGHTLY ........
wholesale house if the home
Dogs LitJe SPECIAL-"Hoc Tony and MM"Witt
has freezer avoiding I

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OCT. 5 1974 Ban --------------

Cold Drinks \ d- USDA CHOICE is very I /

I \ tender, juicy and flavorful. It /
\ i iI has slightly less marbling
4ooto5:30: Funny Money'1AuctionFun ; than Prime but is still of very I
high quality It is the grade
most often found in retail TONY GONZALEZ '

and Games Street Dance stores.USDA' GOOD is only.slightly

I'I less tender than Choice, but DYNAMIC PREACHER I
5:30till Local Talent because it has less marbling,
it lacks some of the juicinessand rAaron, STAn LINE BAPTIST CHURCH -
flavor of the higher KINOSTORT TCNN. I
grades. Beef bearing the \ I I

Long Dresses Overalls, USDA Good grade shield is A TRULY EXCITING I ATMOSPHERE EACH NIOHTI /
only occasionally found in I
retail stores, but it often GREAT SPECIAL MUSIC /

Welcome pleases thrifty shoppers ,j t
because it is usually sold at
lower prices and is slightly NURSERY PROVIDED EACH SERVICE


THIS IS YOUR DAY DOWNTOWN- Choice.more For lean more than information'Prime'' on or

USDA beef grades write for a
single free copy of "How to
Buy Beef Steaks" (G-14S) and- ,HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH
.
or "How to Buy Beef,Roasts"
iG-146)) to: Southeastern 100 between Starke &
.
Highway Keystone
Regional Information Office
,
Don't Miss It Agricultural Marketing

Service 1718 Peachtree St.;,
NW Room 220, Atlanta Ga. ,MI"LI'AC ,PAITON
30309. Please mention the
booklets by name and number
and Include your zip code.


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. Republican Charles Curtis Seeks Dist. 6 Senate Post Follow A. Shadow NEW American BOOKS Car \Since T THE 1775 LIBRARY Juvenile Fiction

(Marshall); The Ordeal Of ( Thompson ) ; Richie
I lla\'ing determined that the governor. "In recent years I have been married to the former Jennie Jason Ord (Patten); The Man (Thompson); The Perfect Father Christmas (Briggs);
onservutism today is the I Keeling his party had disappointed and disturbed to Swearingen of Bartow, who is Who Won The Medal.i Of Honor Patchwork Primer (Gut- Carrie's War (Bawden); The
lityublican Party, Charles deserted his position, Curtis see our legislature and our employed as a registered (Giovamtti); City of Gold And cheon); Airplanes From The Tavern At The Ferry (Tunis);
Curtis' have four
(t'urlis an independent tax re-registered as a Republicanabout State government taken over nurse. The Shadows (Peters); I Heard Dawn Of Flight To The Three Jovial Huntsmen
consultant from Ocala, has five weeks ago and by so called Liberals who have children three boys and one The Owl Call My Name Present Day(Angelucci); The (Jeffers); Too Funny For
entered the race for the qualified for the state senate Imposed on all Floridians a girl. (Craven) ; The Offenders Art'Of Walt Disney (Finch), Words: Gesture Jokes For
(listrict 6 state senate seat seal. .aconsole r bureaucratic monstrosity of lie is now employed as an (Lutz); The Ross Forgery The Treasures Of Children (Keller); I. A Blue
As:, a Republican of some "As this trend set in at the some 30,000 new employees In independent tax consultantand (Hallahan); Castle Of Eagles Tutankhamun I' (Edwards); Velvet Dress (Sefton); The
live weeks standing, Curtis Federal level I fought back 4 years, skyrocketed our State was formerly employedas (Heaven); Where The HeartIs Fairctulds Book Of Window Secret Of The Seven CrowsSt.
will oppose the Democratic with my voice and my vote: budget to the multi-billion a field examiner for the (Hale); The Snare Of The Display (Joel)); How To Plan/ ( John); Mickey Mouse's
nominee Buddy McKay. D- As a Democrat for dollar level l, and who throughthe Florida Securities Com Hunter (Maclnnes) The and Build Fireplaces (Suns Joke Book; Getting
() in the Nov 6 General Eisenhower, As a Democrat creation of an invisible mission, a deputy county tax Turquoise Mask (Whitney), / Bks.); Instant Millionaires Something On Maggie Mar-
Election for the state senate lor Goldwater; Asa Democratfor Government have thoroughly assessor, as project directorfor rl (Gunther) ; Colonial North melstein (Sharmat!); Flint's
post vacated by Sen. Jim George Wallace; and a confused and frustrated the a Florida based appraisal AdultNon-Fiction Carolina: a History (Lefler); Island Williams/> who has joined Gov. Democrat for Nixon. Clearly, people of our State. contractor,and a property tax / Mars (Morre); A Primer Of The End Of The World
Keubm Askew's team as a my National Party had gone "This is the same bunch administrator for Zayre Best Editorial Cartoon Of Jungian Psychology'- (Hall>; .(Blume); Dominic (Steig);
candidate for lieutenant off and left me but I could that promised us tax relief if Corporation in 23 states. 1972 (Brooks); or Junk Sculpture ,1 LeFevre; Josh (Southall); Away Went
we only voted for the Income Curtis is a member of the Tax How Never To Be Foiled The Teenager Realistic The Balloons (Haywood) ;
J Tax on Corporations. This is Study Commission of the Again (AllenGlass) : Guide To Astrology (Jen- Castle/Merlin (Williams) ;
the same gang that took all of Florida Retail )Federation. Paperweights (MaCk ); Bill nings); Live Until You Die Around The Corner (Sorenson -
DeWiif G. Jones that money and created our Curtis is a volunteer Severn's Big Book ?Magic (MillerPosters) Of World ); The Death Of Evening
myself Florida by thinkingthat bureaucratic monstrosity. chairman for the March of (Severn); The Lady I A Jock War Two (Judd); Introducing Star (Fisher); And My Mean
our which reflected governmentwas the Now they tell us a tax Dimes for the past 12 years, (Haney); The Denial Of Death Op Art (Lancaster); Going Old Mother Will Be Sorry
one reduction impossible. and past president of the (Becker) (Alexander) The Haunted
Funeral Home of is ; The Amateur Like Sixty (Armour); Karl ;
Conservative the philosophy of "This is the same gang that Bartow Jaycees and recipientof Photographer's Handbook Marx: His Life and Thought Mountain (Hunter); A Book
great majority has convinced Floridians of the Jaycee Distinguished (Susskind); The Waltz Emperors (McLellan); Peoples Of The About Pandas (Gross) ;
STARKE PHONE 9646200Rental l Floridians"I have been close ob the need to plunge our State Service Award He is a : the Life ,and Times Earth, Australia and Coyote Cry (Baylor); Noisy
a the Grace
government into bonded indebtedness member of and Music Of The Strauss Melanesia; Callaway Gardens Nora (Wells); Wynken,
server 194J of our and state 1945 legislaturesince when my in order to Episcopal Church of Ocala. I Family (Wechberg) ; The (Pirtle): Antique FinishingFor Blyken and Nod (Field); The
"preserve our endangeredlands" Witches of Worm (Snyder); /
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Hospital Beds, Walkers Wheel Chairs & Crutches father Carl T Curtis was only to create a "slush Beginner (Faubes); The Whys And Wherefores Of
privileged to represent fund" of some 240 million Mathematics For The Million Littabelle Lee '(Cleaver) ;
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through our courts. Again we make a real contributionto moisture levels if rainfall is Primer (Gilmore) ; Four Sitter Mystery (Adorjan); A
see government by committee ecology by composting their lacking; ((6)) aerate the pile by Reforms (Buckley); Police Pattern Of Roses (Peyton);.
which, at the least, appears to garden residue, grass clip- turning the material Administation (Wilson); How Mystery Coach
leave our borrowed money pings, leaves, and some regularly. In several monthsthe To Make Money With Your (Christopher); A BirthdayFor
easy prey for any "fat cat" household wastes. Through compost should be finished Crafts (Clark). The Princess (Label).
SERVICEElectrical with a Tallahassee Con- composting, the large volumeof and ready to use. .
nection. organic trash being handledby A compost pile can be madein
"The liberal leadership of garbage pickup could be a pit, simply on the ground,
Contractors: our legislature has seemed too reduced considerably and, at or in a bin made of plastic or
bent upon making "puppets"of the same time, a good sourceof wire mesh. Locate the pile in a
Nrr our local elected officials. organic matter can be convenient corner of were
r tCC'l They have enacted laws thatso produced for the home landscape garden but in a location
restrict our school boardsas it is not in plain view.If .
,,out na\CS to take away from our can be used you want to get on the
s \ Boards of County Com- several ways. It provides a ecology bandwagon, build
vCC missioners the authority to good usable soil amendmentfor your compost pile now!
SeT y p approve or disapprove the the garden and is certainly
,
budget of certain county officials much less expensive than
RESIDENTIALCOMMERCIALINDUSTRIALDIAL They have effectivelytaken peat. Incorporated into the NEW BOOKST
away from your local soil or around plants it is
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744 N. THOMPSON ST. STARKE 32091 higher tax assessments and used as the soil surface as a Adult Reference
ret used to adopt laws mulch to control weeds and
P.O. BOX 607 reducing tax rates."Throughout conserve moisture. Or, you Books In Print 973 v
this whole sad can mix your compost with (Bowker), Florida Statistical
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: movement. I have watched simple and summer is a good Each of you for your fine vote and support
them resist with all their time to begin because high Charlotte's Web (Children's given me in the September 10 Primary.
strength moves to make quality compost can be madein Cat Stevens'
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months. Here few so their
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governments. They have not area simple Harmony; Man Of La Man- gave time
been successful only because steps to follow: ((1)) use only cha Musical Play; Sonnv And and effort in my behalf, I am deeply grateful.! I
Open Won Wed 9 To 8 Thurs Sat. 9 To 9 Sun 12 To 6 they need our help. The voiceof organic materials such as Cher, Mama Was A Rock And have considered: it an Honor and privilege to
Conservatism in our grass clippings, leaves, kit- Roll Singer. have served for
Legislature today is the chen wastes or light pruning; you 8 years on your School
Suited Republican Party. woody materials are very LIBRARY HOURS Board. And to the winner in the 2nd Primary I
"After giving this my slow to rot; ((2)) if possible, Monday: 9 a.m. to 8 p m. say "Congratulations" and best wishes for
prayerful consideration I have shred materials, but it is not Tuesday: Thursday: Friday the success of our entire School System.
p decided that I can best serveas essential; ((3)) you may want to 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday: 9
a member of the add decomposing bacteria a.m. to 2 p.m.
Republican Party." (these can be purchased but CLOSED ALL DAY WED-
for / Curtis, 42, born in Eustis, are not absolutely essential); NESDAY SEEBER GOODMAN
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