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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 5, 1985
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Bradford County's 5,923

Schools Action registered electors will ex

perience an unprecedented

election day next Tuesdaywith
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Democratic and Re

Seeking Set publican Primaries, and

FridayIn municipal elections in

Mixing Starke and Hampton all

ti ir; falling: on the same date.
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ReliefDollars r?' Y 4 Jamboree The triple-header voting

spree is due to a change In
.tea state law, moving the primary
dates to fall from spring to
Football action begins! for the 1970 season tomorrow avoid a conflict with annual

night at 7:30: p.m. at Citizens Field !in Gainesville with legislative sessions under the
The Bradford County School -+'R'ai the third annual grid jamboree sponsored by Gainesville) new Constitution. This Is believed -
Board filed applications Tuesday to be the first time
for $242,500 >In Federal High School. that state, county; and cltycan-
funds under the new ElemtlntarySecondary Bradford's Tornadoes will rover back who lines up opposite didates have all been voted
Education Act face Class AA Ocala at 7:30In the strength of the opposition. for on the same date In Brad-
Superintendent Tom Casey said the opening period of play. ford County;
yesterday. .i.ir They will take on Palatka In Coarch Hurse, at this stage A light vote has been predicted -
The funds were made avail the fourth period of play. Is worried about his defense over the state In view
able In the bill recently: passedby Fans will see five eight min- of the lack of Interest generated -
(Continued Pg,18)Norman
Congress over President ute Quarters of football. LEIS on In the summer campaigning.
Nixon's veto and are designed \ '. faces Palatka In the second Candidates have generally

to assist schools In implementing .. .. ,-.; ..., ,......' period, Ocala takes on Lake found voters preoccupied with
desegregation orders this .'j tII"-: ..,.. City In the third period and vacations and apparently uninterested -
,. ; CMS faces Lake City In the >in weighty political is-
fall.Casey told the Rotary Club \ p .. .: ., fifth period. sues. A further distracting
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last week of plans to apply for f ,.. .. ..rsM.::f. : y* t' ,. 1s :.,+ .iw Y't .I fM"fl Admission wUl be $1.50 for RobertsGo ment Is the fact that election

the funds and broke down the :;.JoL.,/ ... -: '!, ,.',. ..... f.... .. _J.">"<, adults and $1 for students. day Is also the first day of
total as follows: $36,000 for : -..' '. : ...r- ..!. ,!':' .Sr'-/, ... '. .':'" Bradford's two battling quarterbacks the new school term and can-
new buses for the transpor- .. -' .... L ...t' J.110 \ will each startaquar- didates have had to vie with
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tation of pupils $17,500 for the ttl'i "or' \rt" l'".ow., .f lr""" '" Coach back-to-school activities In
; : "" ,' :t; .. '''' ,1',,'. ...:. if'' ". ter of play Friday night as
operation of additional busses ,' : "" .. "'. \ David Hurse and staff watch to gaining> the attention of voters.
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for one year; $80,000 for the y+ "',\i.t: ,tjo )ri l i' '' .9. < ; ,. ,. .. .., ';{, t' see who has the stuff under Candidates putting the most"meat" Polls will open at 7 a.m.
possible moving of two wings .: ,. "W"J!It.1 .. .. -ti4' .-: ll y4': :...t i j'ttc -i k"It :wY ..,,.'..,Ib"'t,: \\a'' .' fire Dean Johns will start a- Into their speeches at and close at 7 p.m. >in the
(12 classrooms) of the closed '", .i' ,.. ,.f .' ;.IJ,1. ', t 1 "'k""f' ,Y''VI'9"l) ra b .: ",'r v +,.:iJf.' .t' ",'N 1 2"1.. ..; .. i ;r 'l\,.. galnst Ocala and Tim Murpehy the Lawtey political rally Saturday county's 17 voting precincts
RJE school to the educational -' v il ...J!!t< '.;"g yx "I rh, r ":h L ; : w j--: ., .. 3.;.1.. ft s: ; z:;; y :, ",? r''' against Palatka. George Roberta and J.M. and the same hours will be
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park at BHS; $72.000 for tyiii;:I /P"I': ,'i'i i"" ;';+J'p" n.'ir' : .) II. .... ,a (,: )d .t'/t.I a, #. Vw "WI'. < ',' Probable offensive starters .(Buck) Norman, opposing each observed In the city election
salaries of eight additional faculty : .r... .,, i .,r,.' Yl.. ,,,, "'. ...'\ .(r .... .. ,'. '. r.If." l' :_ y' };',' II'tt\''' 'iy' for the Tornadoes will be Fare- other again for the District 2 with voting In the Starke Fire
members in guidance i: Iti f1} / Nr. ;y ,. y,'ir\.1. F .1 t d .;. >. '1'r. "' Ion McClellan center; Gene County Commission seat Station. Voting at Hampton will
and/or physical education; and : < \r 'I' 1!' "I. r \ Harris, strong guard. David be In the Hampton City Hall.
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$37,000 for additional visual J'I<' ; % ',' :1t M ti f .i'Y:\ Z \'ili (r'11 :. McCutchen or Gary Melvin at ed the race fast, scoring the
aids and other materials. .y it ''p St. ''h'1:;:i r' 'f S i'ftf. 4F"; 'ffAJ.: \' ,, ,Y \1,; : t weak guard; Lennard Register present up commission for using COUNTY RACES
Casey said the application 1 I' 1, ''' k 1 ',; } ,. ;\ i ti >fs fs'w'! IJ r'i\\A will weak: tackle; Danny Jackson capital outlay funds to balancethe Peak Interest on the county
forwarded to the Technical -, ... :. '' ": # .. ,: .. ; i!
was .. ..i ,J.. >!'l" wi ''J'I ,t.. J ",, : strong, and Charles Wright at 1970-71 budget. He accused 1 ref is in the wide-open race
Assistance Program in Tallahassee 1 .." .. ....,' : \ I I at;!:. -, ,.,., ( ..\ \1o' .'. j'1'tlt"' i''.1fI1JP'' "'t.1\ .1? tight end. The fullback will be Norman present incumbent, of Clerk of the Circuit Court
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and will be sent on Dale Johns, the left halt will being quick to make the motionto w re five Democrats and one
to Atlanta hopefully this week. be Jimmy Alvarez and right adopt the new budget. Republican are competing for
He expects an early reply from This is the roadside of SR-229 (Brownlee Road) near the county half will be Malachi Henry. the unexpired term of the late
Atlanta possibly some time .- line In the Raiford area. Other than the smear of this volunteer Defensively, the starters will Roberts stated the capital out Charles A. Darby. With all
next week. lay fund was started at his
probably be Charles Wrlghtand candidates well-known popular -
Casey said bids had already dump into which refuse comes from' Bradford and Union Counties Farelon McClellan at ends suggestion !In 1963-64, built up and with strong personal
been obtained on moving the. the 51t-229 Is a pretty, green country road. Gene Harris and Brad Carterat to a maximum of $81,659 In followings run-off seems in-

RJE classrooms at $4 per Roadside I? Bradford County does nothing to maintain this dump. The tackles, Vernon Barber and 1967-68, but now will be downto evitable with no predictions as
square foot. \urn county has talked about, going In with Union County if it's agreeable Dale Johns at linebacker Dan $7.500 after the present com- to who will be the second pri-

In his talk at Rotary Casey ,n with Union, to maintain the dump jointly. One volunteer dump ny Jackson at strong linebacker mission used $12,000 of It to mary contenders; The five
said that the closing of the balance the current budget with
Malachi In
,' Henry the rover Democrats are: Gilbert S.
two all-black schools RJE and on SR-100 at Sampson Lake was recently cleaned: up.and.closed, position, Tim Murphey and Gray out raising taxps. (Gib) Brown, Margie Dowllng

Anderson at Lawtey "will save down by the county. Flynn at halfbacks, and Jimmy The capital outlay fund is Maurice Edwards, Jr., Charles
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money and may possible result Alvarez at middle safety. actually a reserve fund meantto Hardy, and Randy Johns. The
'In a better education system ., s.;.' Offensively the Tornadoeswill be used for emergency equipment sole Republican candidate In-
for all." He said that he had use a multiple offense or and building programs man D. Green, Is unopposedand
long advocated the neighbor 3,840 Students Expected wishbone, or "Y" offense as Roberts said. "Not one his name will not appearon
hood school concept as being !it Is also known The backfield dime has been placed in that the GOP primary ballot.
best for the communities Involved will be positioned In the shape reserve fund since 1965-66 County
The most spirited
but that this plan had of a Y and one end will be except interest," he said. Commission race Is In District

(Continued .on Page Four) split eight yards. Bradford tans Quickly firing back, Norman Two where George W. Roberts
will see many+variations of this; told the crowd of 400-500 per- Jr. is seeking to "turn the ta-
School Opens TuesdaySchool however, the veteran Coach sons he doesn't "believe >Inputting bles" and recapture the seat
(Jfe'40'nn. Hurse will probably keep large money Into a savings from which he was toppled In
part of his offense under wraps account and raising taxes to 1966 by J.M. (Buck) Norman
this week. He !is ]lying !In wait balance the budget" The capital The race was close at that
G. iePOLITICAl. doors will open Tuesday Starke Elementary for lunch, first grade students are requested gram In each elementary for Baker County.Defensively outlay funds were In the time and appears to 1 be head-
morning for 3,840 Brad- but will eat right at their chairs. to register theiryoung- school. To be eligible for kindergarten the Tornadoeswill bank, available, and the pre- Ing tor another photo finish
y ford students, kindergarten Lunches will be 30 cents for sters prior to start of school children must be show a four man front sent commission used them rat next Tuesday.
0 through grade 12, to begin 180 elementary students and 35 next Tuesday. They may register five years of age on or before with three linebackers and a her than raise taxes the Incumbent Three candidates are com-
days of classes for the 1970- cents a t the middle and high at their school center Jan. I 1. 1971. First graders must commissioner noted. peting for theDls
be six of on or before crnguComt(
71 term. schools. today and tomorrow. years age Norman ousted Roberts four vacated by

"Things are looking"brightfor Parents of kindergarten and There Is a kindergarten proPJIILOSJlI'Y Jan.Health 1 1,1971.certificates and proofof years ago by 211 votes after a missioner Jessie Chastaln.Eddie -
a good beginning, Supt CandidatesFor hot campaign. Location of the Allen, who sought the seat
Tom Casey says. He expectsno age, such as a birth certificate -
new courthouse was a controversial In 1968, !Is making another
big problems In beginning are required before a and Is In the race with
) SAR1F issue then Roberts noted try,
the first of child can enter kindergarten
county's; year ClerkState E.W. Jr. and HaroldE.
+ totally Integrated classrooms and for first graders who did Saturday, but said be Is Hodges,
proud of "that big brick build Waters.In .
under an attendance system ordered not attend kindergarten. ing on 301 In Starke, I won'tname the School Board District
by a U.S. Dlatrlct Court. Parents are urged by school H.W.
CasesThe trace, Incumbent
RALLY Middle School to take advantage of the !t"lrktlcatlone
officials
However less than 10 per were this race (Buster) Bennett Is opposed by
cent of the county's student opportunity to provide kinder-
Arthur Gaskins and Johnnie
between the two Districts com-
Sponsored By children a well-bal Democratic candi-
five
population Is affected by the garten-age
could Blaine Thompson.The .
court ordered attendance zones/ anced preschool program. dates for clerk of the circuit mission candidates get
Bradford County There number of kindergarten stated their hot with sufficient exposure to School Board District
Only major changes In the are a court own casesat
DemocraticExecutive transportation Is that the sixth Sets ChangesThings students not registered Lawtey's political rally Sat- the public. fretevery 2 race has an unusual elementIn
in
Comma to date school officials say. from Norman promised that the Incumbent H.A.
grades In Lawtey will be bussed urday night, staying away and
him
to the Middle School In Starke. Largest school in the county each other. topic brought to Lawson, Is opposed by Julian
Thursday, Sept. 3 Elementary students north of will again be Bradford High consider the merits with E. McRae, who lives In another
Calvarv Street In Starke will will look different inside liked the open concept becauseIt which expects 1,100 studentsto The five-way race seems to School Board residence district -
BIIS Football be transported to Southslde Bradford Middle School utilized a large materials report Monday, a few more be staying behind the scenes (Continued on Pg. 16) but who maintains the
Stadium Elementary. Elementary students this fall and some things will center library) In the middle than last year The middle and candidates will probably courts have ruled in similar
from the Graham area be different but there will be of the building. No walls divided school, as a result of the depend on personality; qualifications Demo cases that qualified electors
the materials center from and hard campaigning Rally !In offices outside
Chicken Supper will be transported to Brooker no change In the school's philosophY Integration move, has grown can serve
Elementary. of Individualized In- any team of students. In fact from 700-plus to 875 for the determine the outcome their residence district if e-
Sponsored Ey struction. you could see all the way a- current term Southslde and the most sought for post. At Stadium l ted. Lawson has not Indicated
Starke Woman's Club All students above fifth grade cross the building. Starke Elementary Schools each In the order >in which they that he will take court
will attend school !In the Educational Walls have sprung up over the spoke: action If McRae !Is elected.
with a 600 Tuesday
Then last year grow- expect to report TonightBradford
Park In Starke either which divide the school at 30 the
summer Randy Johns
5 to 7:30 P. M. ing student population It became Lawtey expects 350, Hampton young-
the middle school or the high Into six different subject areas. add sixth est candidate In the race, stated LEGISLATIVE
to a 200 and Brooker
Elementary ,
Followed By Speaking school except for the sixth The 875 students will move from necessary the duties of the clerk's position County's one-and-
The noise wasn't exces- 115. About 500 students and
team. only official rally sponsored by
graders who will attend Hampton one area to another as they sive Jockel but teams adults are expected register and said he feels quali- ; On the legislative front a
says
Executive Committee
and Brooker.< move from subject to subject students at the fied to carry them out. H. the Democratic spirited race Is in progress
COMMUNITY Another difference will be much like a change in classesIn 'Continued on PaP Four) as Bradford-Union parttime Vocational expressed a "genuine interest will be held tonightThursday between the Incumbent Eugene

STATE BANK that buses will leave Bradford a high school. Technical Center. Vo-tech students In the work and a desire to ( ) at the BHS athletic F. Shaw ((District 16) and hb
High each day\ at 2:20: pjn., at This contrasts sharply with field.
Football will come from Keystone serve as clerk. Johns promised challenger, M.L. (Les) Beas-
Season
FLORIDA BANK the end of the sixth period the last three years when the an Impartial administration A chicken supper sponsored ley. Both are exporiencedcampalgtiere -
Heights Lake Butler, and Mac
make direct runs to outlying entire 33,000 square foot soundproofed and to remain mindful Starke Women's Club for Shaw been
having
AT STARKE Tickets] On Sale clenny as well as the Starke benefit
Fund will
schools enabling small children building has been entirely that the clerk's office belongsto of the Library forced Into numerous races
there to get home over open. In Its first three area. the people. be served from 5 to 7:30: par at due to reapportionment of the
FIRST FEDERAL The county's two grade
half an hour earlier this year. years of operation the widely Season tickets to the home ; upper Hardy said he thinks there $1.25 per plate.Candidates Legislature, and Beasley being
schools will also have major
SAVINGS: LOAN The high school's going back renowned BMS used a team games of Bradford Is "a great silent majority" will speak starting active In city politics at
are structural in their
Will Be closed to a seven day period allowed teaching approach with five Fighting Tornado grldders changes pro In Bradford County, Indicating at 7:30.: and will be limited to Keystone Heights, where he
this express bus system to be teams of 140 students and five still available. gramsIn : he's depending on that group five minutes each. Guy Andrews served several terms as may
Monday 7 reinattoited, according to Supt. teachers each. Each team wasa Those Interested In a season -- addition to the seven to speak out next Tuesday In chairman of the Bradford County;
Sept.
Casey small InterdlscipUned unit pass to local high school foot period day, the high school the voting booth. Hardy pointed Democratic Executive Committee or.In the District 17 legislative
Labor DayA Buses will begin their routes which taught Its group aU the ball games may see Mrs.Char will be on the quarter system to the facts that he deve- said that county candidates race Incumbent Ralph TyreIs
Legal Holiday which are printed) elsewhere Junior high school subjects.) lotte Green BHS finance officer and will have an average of 18 loped the system the county will be first on the program opposed by Wayne Holllngs-

_....... ..a' In this !Issue of The Telegraph, Individualized Instruction, !In or phone here at 984- students in most classes. The still uses to count votes, head- and llitea the florae worth. Both are young Lake
about 7 am,1n outlying areas. which teachers relate to small 6640. additional number of periods ed the pie-shaped redistrictIng as they are on City businessmen and civic
School will begin from 8 am groups of students at a time Holders of season tickets last enable the small classes. plan under which the county primary ballot. Candidates for leaders, and are waging aggressive -
.mmunit.f to 2:20: (CAt BHS) In all the was emphasized as a new concept year may reserve the same seat Principal Ralph DIggs' new commission now operates and State Congressional), and Legislative campaigns. Tyre Is
county's; seven school centers. In education. Educators this season up to one week philosophy Is to abolish total served many years on the school of flees will follow the county speaker pro tern of the Florida
Dismissal tine will be shortly have traveled here from allover prior to the Sept. 18 opening class assignments at the earliest board staff. ; candidates.Andrews will rve House.

4te anArm after 3 p.m. for most students the country to see the date here against Macclenny possible date, forget the "I've made many budgets and as master of ceremonies.
Middle school students will middle school in operation. It game they will go on sale on traditional dally lecture, quest- they're no problem to me," Since the rally Is sponsored by
+w1iLs11asal. be satellite fed from the vo- was one of the first in the a first come, first serve ba- ion and answers, homework Hardy said referring to hit the Democratic Party, only CITY ELECTION
... .._... tech center this year. They no country to use the Individualized .. signment, and test on Friday school experience. Hardy Democratic candidates will be Three Council seats wUl be
longer will have to make the teaching methods. Season tickets are $10 for permitted to speak, Andrews
long trek to Bradford High and Principal Richard Jockel 1070 football season (Continued on Pg. 16) (Continued on Pg. 16) said (Continued on Page Pourr )







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.' -- IF --- 'IS' Birthday Party Hogan-Edwards Junior Women Mr. and Mrs. R.C. Normanof CARiiULLYeoae

( For Mrs. WinklerMrs. Wedding Sept. 5 Hold Membership Lake, Mrs.City;Martha visited Moore her ,mother on IN6

EA. Winkler was surprised The wedding of Miss Melanie Luncheon MeetingThe Sunday.

1 1 at a party; Tuesday nightof Hogan and Bill Edwards will be Junior Woman's Club is Miss Nancy Ward of Meti- o q
I ; dq last week on her 70th birth an event of Saturday, Sept. 5, encouraging everyone to fly the wonga, Ohio was guest of Mr.
t day given by her daughter,Mrs. at 8 jp.ni. In the United Methodist flag on Labor Day Monday and Mrs. X.M. Smith last Tues- Mrs. Norman Prichard and
Julia Underhill, Mr. and Mrs. Church, 206 KIngsley Ave., Sept. 7; and to get out to vote day to Friday. children of Rldgefield. Conn
Hoi worth and Orange Park, with a reception week of
Tommy lings Mr. on Election Day, Tuesday, are guests this Mr.
Gladys Mooty: Phone 964-7608 q and Mrs. Eddie Starling.The following In the Church Fellow Sept. 8. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hesse of and Mrs. H.W. Townsend and
wi I steaks were cooked on ship HalL The club's executive board Charleston, SC and Mrs.Car- Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lee Crosby -
I!' SociVly Editor an outside grill and the 15 All friends and relative of met Tuesday night at fire! homeof rie Herlong of Saluda. S.C. Jr. of Starke and Mr. and
.Ii guests were seated at a long the couple are Invited to attend Linda Kay Johns. The club are Thursday to Monday guestsof Mrs. M.E Cllsson at Lake

k. ll... u..e attlln2.. .._...n. _.. -mt .Js:.S ... ,.. table table Indoors. Centering the the wedding and reception. held their membership cov- Dr. and Mrs. H.H. Adams. Geneva.
.. ,.- .YO' ''''1.-- was an arrangement of vered-dlsh luncheon Saturday
yellow roses and pompoms Parties Given Aug. 28, at the Kingsley Lake I
Miss Bigham Shower Given flanked by crystal candelabra home of Mrs. D.W. WhUfen. NOTICE: One of the nation's newest

And Fiancee For Mrs. JacksonAt holding yellow tapers.Duplicate For Miss Hogan, The 30 and attending guests.included members cosmetics that is literally changing the
Bride-elect
"face of America. Being demonstratedin
EntertainedMiss Patray HomeMrs. ,_.....J' Bridge
Starke by appointment or
Patty Bigham and Ken- Club ResultsThe Miss Melanie Hogan of Orange "
Home Your "Mary Kay Beauty
ThorntonSpearsEngagement Show.
ny Williams, whose marriagewill Roy Jackson, a recent Park, fiancee of Bill Elect
be an event of Saturday, bride, was honored at a bridal Told Duplicate Bridge Club Edwards HI, was honored at Consultant"
Sept. 5, at 8 p.m. In the Brook- shower Thursday night, Aug. will have their quarterly tour three parties In the past week. Maurice Edwards,
27, given by Miss Susan Autry Mr and Mrs. Henry F. Thorn- nament next Tuesday night In On Wednesday of last week Jr.l PAT THOMASPhone
corn-1 Mrs. Gary Brewer, and Miss ton announce the engagement of the Pratt Street Recreation Mrs. JoE Hardy and daughter, Clerk of Court I 964-5575/ After 500: P.M.
Sandra Huggins. The party; was their daughter, Sharon Judy, to Center with play beginning at Miss Jayne Hardy,gave a luncheon -
and Mrs. John Watson EH!, Mr. held at the home of Mr. and Benjamin Crockett Spears, of 7:30( p.m.Winning. for Miss Hogan at their
and Mrs. Don Thornton and Mr. Mrs. Don Patray, 1300 E. Call Capt, and Mrs. B.H. Spears son of couples last Tuesday home on E. Call Street.
and Mrs. Bob Nobles at the Street. Lake City night at the six tables were: The three luncheon tables
home of the latter, 1404 E. Call Miss Thornton; is 1968 Mr and Mrs. Edward Wainwright were covered with cutwork Open Monday. Labor Day
A yellow and white color a grad- cloths and centered with sliver .
Street. uate of Bradford High School and first; Mrs. Lucille Day 6 P.M.
table covered scheme was carried out In the bowls holding pink sweetheart 9 A.M. --
The buffet was Is now employed with the Division and Mrs. Mary Cook, second;

with a. Hallmark table cloth party; decorations.The refresh- of Corrections,Florida State Mrs. JD. Odom Jr. and Mrs. roses. Bridal place cards
with matching napkins, plates, ment table was centered witha Prison. George Miller, third; and Mrs. marked the seating arrangement -
and cups. crystal punch bowl encircled Mr Spears George K. Bennett and Mrs. for the 12 guests.
The hosts presented the hon- with fern and daisies. school In Tavares graduated in from 1964 high and J.E. Wilson, fourth.Norman Among the guests were, Mrs. '
ored couple with an electric attended St. Johns River Junior Jack Hogan, mother of the hon- FABULOUSSPECIAL
mixer 'as a memento of the Games with prizes were en- oree, Mrs. W.H. Edwards Jr.,
College. He Is
occasion. Joyed by the 20 guests duringthe now employed with Family mother of the groom-elect,
Out-of-town guests were Mr. party hours, eight and ten the Florida National Guard. Has ReunionThe Mrs. Gene Reddick and Miss
Wedding
plans will be
and Mrs. Mark hamilton of o'clock. later.Shower. announced Betty; Manuel of Jacksonville,
Tampa, and Mr. and Mrs. Jeff The hostesses presented the Mrs. Ray Turknett Jr., Key-
Warren and Mr.and Mrs.Larry honoree with a portable mixeras F.M.(Tobe)Norman family stone Heights, Mrs.George Ca-
Crawford of Gainesville. a memento of the occasion. Given met at Camp Montgomery nova, and Mrs. Frow Strick- PURCHASE!
Sunday, Aug. 30, for land of KIngsley Lake. A
For a family
Miss
....55..55.55..55.555555555555555.5.5555.55 Salter reunion. The bride-elect was presented .
At Hampton Sons and daughters of the with a corsage and pieceof
i Vote For and Elect : late FM and Sadie Normanare her chosen china pattern
JoAnn Salter, bride-elect of Mrs. Doris Norman, FrankM from her hostesses as a memento -
Lyn Broome of Gainesville,was Norman and A. Russell Nor- of the occasion.
'\ honored with a miscellaneous man of Starke, Mrs. Lottie MAKER
i W. H. (BILLY) shower at the Hampton City; Edwards of Brooker, Mrs.Mat FAMOUS
Hall Tuesday evening, July 25. tie Ellis of Worthington Springs.
Taking part in a white Bible G. C. Norman of Tallahassee Miss Hogan was honored Wed- 2 & 3 PIECE
I + 4 NOEGEL presentation ceremony were and Mrs. Ellen Barber of Jacksonville nesday night In Jacksonville
Elaine Herman, Gall Saxon, Ar- with a miscellaneous ahower!
i tC fri. M. r butus Pearsall. Phyllis Griffin, Eighty; members of the fam- given by Mrs. Sadie Turknettand PANT SUITS
i Mary Pearsall, Debbl Hicks ily attended Mrs. Laura Gregory. Only .-
C ?C YOIW Mrs. O.K. !Hicks, and the guestof close relatives of Miss Hogan
honor. Sharon Prevatt were invited to attend.
Decorations of hearts andcu- Honor guests were Mrs. Jack made to sell for
1 1 ry plds were hung about the room Weds Mr. Bennett Hogan,, mother of the bride-
i !- City Councilman i and an oversize bride trimmedthe elect, and Mrs. W.H. Edwards I $9.99 to $12.99
stage draperies. Pink cloths Jr., mother of thegroom..elect.
.
overlaid with lace were on both Miss Sharon Delayne Prevatt, The guests enjoyed! games l .
: MUMT' 'e : refreshment tables,and flowers daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.D. refreshments after which Miss
.. and ferns were used for decor- Prevatt Jr. of Lawtey,and Dean Hogan was presented with many
.
ations. Cake and punch were Richard Bennett, son of Mr. lovely gifts.
: The operation of the City of Starke is : served to the 47 present by and Mrs. Johnny Bennett, alsoof "
the hostesses, Mrs. Lawton Lawtey were united In mar- -
i It takes
Big Business. an Experienced Youngblood, Mrs. E.G. Saxon, riage Friday, Aug. 21. 788All
: Businessman to Get the Most for your : Mrs. George Kennan,Mrs.E.L. The Tom Casey Jr. home on
Blrt and Miss Debbi 1318 Bessent Road
Hicks. A reception was held for the was the setting
i Tax Dollar. : The wedding will take placeat couple at the home of the for a tea Saturday afternoon

.. Hampton Baptist Church this groom's parents. honoring Miss Hoean.; Hos-
Friday evening, at 8 o'clock. After a brief wedding trip to tesses were Mrs. Casey, Mrs.
: SEIt 'Ei1; Vl'AUS AS YOUR CITY South Florida, the couple Is W.F. Moore, Lawtey, Mrs.S.D.
residing In Starke. Andrews, WUdwood, Mrs. J.W. the newest styles and the most
|i ('il'Nl'tl.M.1ELECT; A MAN WHO : Alter Society Mr. Bennett is employed with Thomas. Live Oak, and Mrs. popular Fall item pant suits from a
D.V. Thompson, Jacksonville
DuPont at the Highland plant.
I IS (). .\I.n.. : : Mrs. Bennett Is employed with Permanent floral arrangements quality New York maker. Sleevelessand
S (IPd. Pol. Adv.) : St. Edward's Altar Society; the Community State Bank In were used in the party; short sleeve models, belted and

..5N..55555.5.5...55555...555.55....55..1 at will 7:30 meet Wednesday In the Parish, Sept.Hall.9 Starke.EDIVER&AflEAP ered rooms. The tea table was cov- newest fashion colors. Sizes 816. $
: p.m. with a white embroideredcloth Hurry for best selection! I
and centered with an orange 1
and yellow arrangementof
S1YLJ carnations. Presiding at the
punch bowl at intervals were
Mrs. R.W. Mixon and Mrs. Joe
in Villa Oak Finish NorwtcM of Jacksonville. Mrs.

Roy Turknett of Keystone L---1 ,.. _. I
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Heights and Mrs. Drew Reddishof .. -
Starke. .,

caring Also for assisting the guests in serving were Mrs.and CHARGE IT .. :

W.F. Moore Jr. of Henderson,
N.C., Mrs. R.C. Moore of Lake AT CARPS!
City; Mrs. MA. Payne and Mrs.

Randal The hostesses Chltty.; presented I the 100% ORLON ACRYLICSWEATERS l I I ,1/1'/; '\

honoree with a silver pitcheras ,
a memento of the occasion.
One hundred and 15 guests
were invited to call betweenthe
e hours four and six o'clock.
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-EIVlI iaiNos'' Mr. and Mrs. L.A. TaylorJr. 47 our reg ; ''IJ

and daughter of Jacksonville $3
Wdl.rptJD1l were visiting Mr. and $3.99Short l

You'll lava the bold missive linn Mrs. Merrltt Williams on Sun-
on this Vllli Oak finished bedroom
suite. Excellent quality construction. day.Mr. sleeve pullover in stripes. solids and ;.
novelty
Truly i fabulous value. and Mrs. Bob Franklin weaves. Various collar p ;
styles. Completely washable, I,;
of Orlando and Miss Shirley '
white and fashion colors. 3440. :; /I
Group Includes: Reg. Price $149'5 Dowling of Dunellon were, Sat-
Double Dresser urday visitors of Mr. and l Mrs. r!
e Framed Mirror Special Price C.R. Scoggins.

Drawer Chest For This Sale $13995, 'l
Full Size Panel Bed

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.. IIOOMYDOUaICNteiDAEaEA.. t "" qtrrMM0 tfie seotitloMl Bedroom vilue of the yeer.ittted 199"NADOAAD elect me your clerk I will conduct this office in County '" If you
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PULL Ill! runt } ,G MMeM; d ,arvlni* flplthed with a Gold business-like manner at all times knowing efficient, and
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rel.. rr.ns J.D.MUSSOLINE Local admittances to Brad- OUR OLD \

GETS LAW DEGREEJohn ford Include County: Mrs.; Hospital IDa C.this Arnold week '- C

Mrs. Elizabeth T. Johns. Mrs. +ltr* ,
D Mussollne who resides Katherine' Trowell and Mrs.
on Crystal Lake, graduated Wanda Grime, Lake Butler; } \
from the U. of F. Collegeof Mrs. Mable McClellan Law-
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Young- Law receiving a Juris Doc- tey; H.R. Llnzy, Ralford; i mED
blood are the parents of a tor Degree on Saturday. Aug. George D. Gllsson and Mrs. ,' ?
daughter, their second child 29. He also was awarded a Charity; Glisson Keystone \
born Tuesday, Aug. 25 at Brad- B.S. degree In Mechanical En- Heights; and Leland O. Turn-
ford County; Hospital in Starke. gineering from U. of F. In bull. Mrs. Diane Heidman Mrs.
They named her Tracy Lee. 1968. Nellie May Griffls, Mrs. Golda
Mr. and Mrs. Lawton Young- Mr. Mussollne Is graduate Crist, Miss Carolyn Griffls
blood are grandparents. of Hazleton High School Hazel- John N. Strickland Mrs. Diane HAS THE eNGINE GOTt'OU
ton, 1'a.'and a member of Sigma Tierney Mrs. Joan Solze and
Mr. and Mrs. Roy P. Gloverare Alpha Eplsilon social frater- Walker B. Starling Starke.
the parents of a son Den- nity.; He Is currently the bridge
nis Bart, born Saturday Aug. director for the Starke Recrea- Mr. and Mrs Nick Schroe-
29, at Alachua General Hospital tion Duplicate Bridge Club. His der and Bill Kelly of Gaines- DOWN ?
In Gainesville. This is their wife Mrs. Carole Mussollne, vill were Sunday guests of Mr.
second child. Mrs. Alma Dyal is a teacher at Southslde Ele- and Mrs. John D. Mussollne.
is maternal grandmother. mentary School. 43

SP/5 and Mrs. A.L. Holllday Miss Kathy Myers Ls visiting &!'{iial3.... ,. ...a, 'R'RR
Capt. and Mrs. W.A. RawlsIn
of Pompano Beach announcethe
Mrs. A. Russell Norman, Pensacola for a week. FLORAL FANTASY-A romantic look for evening Is cap
birth of ,Suzanne
a daughter Mrs. W.H. Hart and Miss Del- tured in this orange and white gown of sculptured cotton, E--j R
Michelle, on Aug. 26. Grand- la Rosenberg attended the State Sheriff and Mrs. P.D. Red- worn by 1970 Maid of Cotton Gayle Thornton. A deep inverted
parents are Mr. and Mrs. A.M. Board meeting of Delta Kappa dish, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon pleat shapes the skirt and white chalk beading en ERG
Hollidav and Rreatgrandmother Gamma Society; at the Lang- Reddish and family and Mrs. hances the U-neck and fitted bodice. By Morton Myles of ,
"
Sr. Malcolm Charles.
is MrSj-O.L. Haynes ford Hotel In Winter Park last J.S. Sapp spent Sunday In Per- ( '

Mr. and Mrs. Pbhert M. Au- Friday and Saturday.1'heywere ry. Among the students leavingfor Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Reese v7 v
Miss
try of Kingsley Lafll announcethe accompanied by Kathryne college are Cindy Strick- and family of Savannah,, Term
Epperson and Mrs. C. Wood- Byron Terwlllegar a seniorat
Cath-
birth of a daughter
land, Doris Spengler and Deb- are renting the Carl Johns cot-
ley of Lake Butler. the College of Charleston.
erine Michelle, on Aug. 26 in St,. ,
has been elected Director of bie and Hans LaNier to tage on Kingsley Lake. Mr.
Riverside Hospital. Grandparents Mrs. Lewis Strickland and Student Affairs.Mr Johns River Junior College; Reese Is a football coach at C
are Mr. and Mrs. Lester to Samford
Marilyn Bellinger BHS.
Mrs. Aldridge Locke of Wildwood -
Crews and Mr and Mrs. Robert -
and Mrs. Pearl Colson and Mrs. W.H. Nollman University; ; Jan Ritch to Emory _
L. Autrv.
were Sunday visitors of Mrs. have returned after two monthsin University; ; and Tom Ritch to Mr. and Mrs. Rube Beecher
Bradford County; Hospital announces W.H. Hart. They attended the Highlands N.C. the University; of Virginia. of Lyons Ga. are visiting their
the following births: Golden wedding annlversal'l.receptlon son-in-law and daughter Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S, Gei- of Mr. and Mrs. J. Mrs. Clyde B. Terwlllegar Mr. and Mrs. George K.Bennett and Mrs. Lamar Shaw this
Lake Sr., enroute from Glens who have spent the sum- week.
ger Jr., Butler a sun Williams In Gainesville. Falls
Thomas Darrell, Aug. 27. N.Y. to St. Petersburg Beach, mer at Kingsley Lake will leave 1t
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wayne William E. Quinn of Houston is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ter- Monday for their home Malt- Mrs. Myrtle Anderson visited s
Youngblood Waldo a daughter, Texas was guest of Mr. willegar Jr. Thursday and Fri- Mr. and Mrs.John H.Anderson,
Tracy Leigh, Aug. 25. and Mrs. Don Bagwell last day. land.Mr. In Callahan on Sunday. The
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Monroe week, whom he hasn't seen and Mrs. J.W. Deaver Anderson's son, John H.Ander-
Smith, Macclcnny a daughter, in 25 years. Mr. and Mrs. R.L. Spenglerand and daughters of Atlanta were son left Sunday night for a
Tammy Ann Aug. 25. Mrs. William Spengler of weekend guests of Mr.and Mrs. year's duty In Vietnam.

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mar- Mr. and Mrs. T.N. LImbaugh St. Augustine were Friday and C.H. Nasworthy.
vin Cooner, Keystone Heights, Jr. of Auburndale and Mrs. Saturday visitors of Lt. Col. Mrs. G.J. McGrlff Sr. has
a son, John Darren, Aug. 25. John Little and sons of Alaska and Mrs. V.J. Spengler. Mrs. Watson Saunders and H. returned after two months visit TRADE 1b1
Mr. and Mr Raymond Work- were Saturday visitors of Mr. W. Shipp of White Springs were with her son and daughterIn 5'
man Jr., Starke, a daughter, and Mrs. Jim Chasteen and Mrs. J.H. Fields visited Mrs. Sunday visitors of Mrs. R.A. law Mr. and Mrs. Patrick
Julia Ann, Aug. 28. Mrs. H.L Brownlee. Robert E. Tanner In Baldwin Newsom. T. McGrlff and family In MIl-
Mr. and Mrs. Michael William last Friday. waukee, Wis. /lr
Edward Tierney, Starke, Dr. and Mrs. A.J. Barry attended Herbert Drew and daughter
a daughter. Lisa Michele Aug. the funeral of Dr. Bar- Mrs. Marguerite Barker Amy, of Indianapolis Ind. and Mr. and Mrs. Lojous Toth
ry's uncle Percy Jones in visited Mr. and Mrs. Richard Miss Sue McCort of Dayton of Miami were weekend guests
30.Mr.. and Mrs. James Ohio are spending several of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis San
Billy Trenton Monday afternoon. Deihl and Mr. and Mrs. Frank
weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Bill GfiLWINHOME CHEVROLET
Griffis, Lake Butler a daughter Moore In Palatka over the week- ders.
Pamela Rene, Aug. 30. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Denmarkof end. McRae and relatives.
Col. and Mrs. H.M. Hatcher:
Jacksonville were Sunday Mrs. Harry Mooty; spent Sat- Mrs. JE. Wilson returned Jr. and daughter spent last
afternoon visitors of Mr. and
Hardy spent urday with her son-in-law and Tuesday after three weeks in week at Calloway Gardens Six
Miss Jayne Mrs. David Browning.Mrs. .
Airman and Mrs.R.G.
Thursday through Sunday in Atlanta daughter. Booth Bay Maine and Bermudaas Flags over Georgia, and In

and was the guest of Tom Roy Clemons and Mr. man Thornton Thornton, In Jacksonville.has been trans Air- guest of. Mr. and Mrs.JamesA. Highlands, N.C. OF O4'USED CARS
Hogan HI at the Kappa Alpha and Mrs. Eugene Norman and ferred from Jacksonville NAS Ryder.Mr.
rush parties at Georgia Tech. family visited Mr. and Mrs. Miss Mava Lee Thomas and
to Cecil Field. and Mrs. Jerome Johns
James Newman at Pompano Mr.. Alberta Innls of Ocala
June the and son Phillip and David were weekend guests of Mr.
Miss Hardy was Beach last Tuesday to Sunday.
of Finland,
Miss Ellsa Reklla
Gaines returned Monday after alaasenuwess
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charles and Mrs. Herbert Thomas. The
Ga. Thurs- who resided here for two years ten days vacation at the Johns Thomas' granddaughter Michele -
Smarr in Forsyth, Archie Green of Chicago 111.
recently as a exchange student, cottage In Glenville, N.C. McNeely of Lake City,spent
day to Sunday.Mr. is visiting his mother, Mrs. L. Pan-Am Airlines ;
and is now with 1967 .
J. Green. Thursday to Tuesday. Friday to Tuesday with them. 1968 1968 -
student in Miami,
as a '
Mr. and Mrs. J.R; 'Reddishand
and Mrs. J.E. Hardy
was a weekend guest of Bobby Old Delta 88 Olds 88 4 Dr.
Mrs. W.B. Mundy spent ,
were Saturday evening dinner Dr. and Mrs. D.W. Whiffen Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Reddish -
White Mr. and Mrs.Olin White the weekend in Atlanta on busi- hosts at fish TORNADO ONI: nNKitSH .; :
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.R. and family spent Tuesday and Col. and Mrs. H.M.HatcherandMrs. were a fry Real Clean With Air and
Wilson in Jacksonville. Wednesday at Daytona Beach. Randal ness. Monday night at the Paulk cot- Power Equip. I -- \IIP -
Chltty.;
.
tage on Crosby Lake with 25
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t 19'k t rfnQOLOBIM 1967 1966 1 196)'5 .

; I HOSPITALITY TOUCHOF Olds 4 Dr. 88 Olds 442 Coupe Olds! 88 4 Dr.IJ49500.

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Runs Good K&I! ('I.KAN; :
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I ". (r4M 'I' \ i.t'; "".,: ,;. *" % t Deuerl. Y Fit JAN For ASHLEY A Queen $$1095.00 $ 1495-

'" ntI Sponge cake layers put
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I Is a dessert named after
: ". Queen Victoria 1969.-- 1968--- 1968 .
; i r Victoria Sandwich
.. --. (;.t t I I1!* cup alTtcd flour Plymouth Fury III Plymouth Fury III Plymouth Fury IIII
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; 34 cup sugar
4 { I Jr) SHan PS. PH, Air
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b !4 cup corn starch -
: .,F: .ft. ('ondit ion,
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'tJ.. : t !i Iranpoon salt $2695.00 I II $ 51795
2 eiKH. separated
t. a I
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A f <. ; 1 t *3 cup water I
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/ ',,''., .''. layer cake pans; line with 1969 I 1969 1970---
r waxed paper Sift (flour, sugar,
a; 44."r a s c t corn starch baking powder Ford Fairlane Cpe. j Chevrolet Coupe ; Ford Vjj Ton
and salt together Combine
tin
'" r. A yoiki, corn oil and water Powder Blue and Air Itrd and \\'hitO !<> \ .- tutu Trans.: Air
; 4g- lightly with fork and stir Into Condition I ( ,KlfV; < I r'' ) t nml' ".1'11() lliIi-
dry Ingredients Beat egg I
t whites until stiff peaks form i $ )
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$2595.00 $1895- $2995.00f.
., told Into flour mixture Pour iI
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t 30 minutes or until top springs
e back when touched Remove
A' z x b vI
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from pans; cool Sandwich lay
era together with raspberry
Jam and sprinkle with con 1967 1967 i 1967..
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Published every Thursday $1895 C1:1895.00 1795

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Suhecrlptlon Rate: V2 Ton Volvo 2 Dr. Int. Scout

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be asKed to take the books
Homing Board Middle pre-vocational / educational/ with parents to discuss stu student handbook which contains home to their parents to that
Jack Anders personal guidance: and counseling dents' academic progress and Information about school policies parents can become better
:Visit* Union student orientation, and school adjustment.Parents may dress standards, grading with the phllosopb4organization acquainted
Speaks OutJack School student activities. phone for an appointment system, and other topics. After and policies
CoOhty Project The At th9 I the students are familiar of
time with administrative details counselors will always beginning of school middle school.

Members. of tlie Bradford Anders wasn't on the (Continued from Pace One) points and less our time repeatedly studying.He : that-. be .available.. '.. for'..' 'conferences..' '!, each..... .....student...... ..........will...........be......given........ .....a with............the........handbook.... ....................they........... ........will........,;.II "..-the................. ..... ............... ,......... ............................................... .........."...
County Housing Authority visited program at Lawtey's political could see each other In opera- middle school students will still .."""......".".....'.'. .'.''''.. ..''''.. ..'''....'.'.''....'.'.''.....''A -..:........................................................ ........................................ .. \
low rent projects in LakeButter rally Saturday but he took the don. It became more difficult
Sunday afternoon and for students to work because have quick access to a mater-
opportunity to speak out for the
ials center since it adjoins Elect
wenFgiven a "guided tour" "silent majority." there were more things goingon Vote For And
bar Robert DrlaPn: ,-executive around them to provide dis each department area, and a .
director o* the Union County Everybody stands back and traction. large opening gives access to
Housing Authority. says nothing, Anders told the The walls have not changedthe It even with the walls. E. W.
Printers Mid the 42 units crowd as he took. the micro- teaching philosophy of the An activity period will be
originally con*true ted in Lake phone. school, Jockel repeatedly ex-;
Butler have rented well and "Th.e big man forgets the plains. But they do provide six scheduled Assemblies,every clubs Wednesday.sewing,
hare been well maintained. He little man when he gets in separate Isolated areas. Students
said there is a waiting list of office. can no longer see from arts and crafts and music will G E S
would-be tenante at all times. one area into another. be some of the activities offered HOD
The Union Authority has received "We're the ones who pay Along with the walls has come to encourage students to
approval for 40 additional the taxes to support those who the idea of departmentalizing build new skills and pursue "
units and a community; don't work, then when we get the school, which the principal special interests. One depart r* '
center, and ground is now being old we have to sign our pro- thinks will provide much better ment area is about twice as ( ..
cleared for this construction.Triest perty over to get help. administrative organi- large as the others, large e- : .;;-
nough, Jockel says, to put a
Construction Co. was zation. It will allow studentsto '
the successful bidder on the "It's time for everybody out move from class to class, stage at one end and seat the COUNTY COMMISSIONER
contract which totals over half there to speak up." Anders lessening restlessness. It will entire school population for an Y :
a million dollars.Mixing. talked for several minutes and mean the school can get by assembly.
the crowd stayed to hear him. with one set of science equIp- Single highest priority; of the District 4- County- At large
ment Instead of five. middle school this year is to ,.
Team units meant one area Improve the student reading
said. was always empty last year, levels. Every one of the 44 ,
told Rotarians but departmentalization allows teachers has been given special 1 Irr H
Funds Casey that the
.
be utilized all Instruction in teaching + ; i
new school budget tops $3 million each area to BEST QUALIFIEDCOUNTY
(Continued from Page One) while 20 years ago the day. It means a pupil-teacher Although Mrs. Maureen Paul. 1
total was $560,000. Bradford of 1-24, lower than in previous the bulk of the readIng -
been ruled out by the courts County will get $450.000 Instate years even with the Increased program will be carried out i
in favor of the unitary sys funds this year, he add- enrollment. in the Reading and LanguageArts
tem. .. AHe Each subject matter team this Department, all Instruc- WIDETO
said! that cr u.buaslrv ed.Preceding Casey's talk at Rotary year will have at least five tional personnel will emphasize # -
would not be necessary here, a musical program was teachers all in the same gen- reading in their various'
due to closing the two schools, presented by two new faculty eral area but teaching different fields.
and that bussing would not be members, Vickie and Tom levels, and a departmenthead Another first for the 1970-
a great problem under the new King formerly of Mississippi.Mrs. to coordinate team In- ,71 term is the addition of two
plan. King is a teacher's aide, struction. new guidance counselors to the
The 148 black students previously and Mr. King is vocal music Students will have 50-minute faculty, John Snell and Jackie MY FELLOW CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY
enrolled at RJE and Instructor for BHS and will periods in each discipline area- Cllne. Their primary areas of
the 123 Anderson will be also be In charge of cheer- Reading and Language Arts, responsibility will be testing, had meeting most
transferred toSouthulde,Starke leaders and the drill team. science math, social studies, Words can not express the pleasure I've
Elementary, and Lawtey Ele- The program was in chargeof physical education, and Related Election of you face to face In soliciting your vote on September8th.
mentary, the Superintendent BUS Principal Ralph DIggs. Arts. (Continued from Page One) .
In addition, non-express; bus Election
decided in the Starke City -
.
X. will have a dally rotating quest
period with a different subject next Tuesday. One can I know It's Impossible to see each one of you personallySo -
One A. Wiggins, Group
Vote For Jockel matter team except for P.E. 1.didate is unopposed, while Nell would you please accept my apollgles at the present.
ARTHUR Gaskins emphasizes that the Tucker, Group 3 incumbent;
and the
quest period new departmentalized -
team structurewill is challenged by Titus Olson Bond I am looking forward to seeing each of you, but due to
a member of the City
emphasize, more individualized Trustees. the size of Bradford County, and the short time left

FOR MEMBER for the students.Instruction and help In Group 5, where incumbent before election, I'm asking you now for your vote and
P.T. NoUn Is not seeking reelection
Jockel said he saw a departmentaUzed support on September 8th.
the race is between
middle school in
School Board W.H. ((Bill)Noegel, Starke used
Maryland and like the advan-
car dealer who has been a E.W. Hodges, Jr.
tages of the concept so much
and
council candidate before,
he Is trying them here. Theprincipal's
District One
d Leroy Davis, pastor of Ebe-
pet peeve is that in
A Concerned Parent and a traditional students high must school walk program nezer City. Baptist Church, Lincoln Put A Working Man Working For You On Your County Commission
long
Candidates for the municipal
distances to the library, must
election in Hampton are listed
TaxPayer report back to class each hour,
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(Pd. Pol. Adv.)


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HAROLD WATERS \ Ann A New Plumbing DepartmentFOR


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About: No Job Too Bia Or Too SmallWE

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Roads r FULL SUPPLY OF PLUMBING FIXTURES AND SUPPLIESTo

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Service t5
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Appreciation For The Fine

Drainage i .' Patronage You Have Given Us --- For Two

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County Commissioner Pumps And Iron Fedders


DISTRICT 4

I am a'man of few words but what candidates and the kind of government SAVE NOW! j

1 do say is worth hearing they represent.Do .

you want a "yes" man to represent I have tried to visit every home in

you as your County Comthis county. I will be working hard PLUMBING SPECIALS!

missioner? Or do you want a man until the election to achieve this.

willing to listen to your problems I will be in Starke all day Saturday -

and willing to work to help you Sept. 5. Please consider ,this 5 FT. STEEL REG. PRICE SALE Gas or Electric ..

solve them? an invitation to talk to me about WHITE TUB $55.00 $42.00 WATER

Do you think my opponents know any issue. 19x17 WALL HUNGLAVORATORYVC

the road conditions in Bradford $18.25 $14.00 HEATERS

County They both live on paved Remember this: I know the kind

roads. of representation the people want. 32x21 WHITE

Now is the time for you to search I am willing to give you this, if you STEEL SINK $20.00 $12.00 ZO %

your hearts and'minda. Know your give me the chance. COMPETITIVE

COMMODE - $32.00 $26.00
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Vote September 8th For A Man To Represent


Barrett Water Conditioning & Pump Co.


YOULet 244OUtt SERVICE


All Things Be Done Decent y And In Order 130 Court Street Phone 964S832KATHERINE


(Pd. Pol. A4r.) PEEK Secretary JOHNNY dARREn
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Cystic Fibrosis Forum Seton --

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Funds Drive AgingA '


Set F Or AreaDr. local White House Forum I MEN
on the problems and needs of
.J.W. Patray local pedia Ohf older citizens will be held at ,
trician has applauded effortsof the North Florida Civil Defense
fellow Starke residents who building, 830 Edwards Road ."""'. ,,- ..., U.S. Air Force Sergeant Waiter -
aretn the final planning stages Wherein the summer Is almost Dlanna and three great grand- Tuesday Sept, 8, from 9 to .' ', : "" \" ". "' A. Matthews, son of Mrs.
for the first Cystic Fibrosis gone I celebrate my birthdayand children came. What a grand 11:30 a.m. '" ",' ,'. 'r_ \ ,''. ',.';tJI'o\l/"i"-!:I< "\;/" """'\"r\1, "\"";<'ii" Margarita E. Matthews 102 N.
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Campaign, In the Starke area. welcome another great wife had All older citizens of the county ', .' \ .;; >> Church St., Waynesboro Pa.,has
celebration My sons .., .., ,
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The "jJ"" >" '
campaign under leader- are Invited to attend the '' arrived for duty at Urmnr H v-
grandson make birthday cake ,,'
a
the bakery :: : ;il.'t''j:1: : 'I
ship of Mrs. Bill forum and speak out on what 'Mi J ': > "l" England.
Chambers : ford RAF Station
will, It Is hoped, provide substantial They say that life Is a highway and day dear they all Grandma"sang "Happy and I Birth-felt so they think Is good or bad a- .J,, "f\lf.\':!1/!,/t''KI.: ?:9'"tj".., ,."!").,\,!7f .;',1.>,.."8'. ",..... ,,, lf.j.V.; >.;', ,:,,,.:.." Sergeant Matthews a weapons
funds to further the and milestones bout for the ." ... ', ," 1'' ,,. Is assigned'tothe320th
pro- and thankful. God la present programs , -.' Ji :L. mechanic
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gram of the National Cystic are the very happy' ; ;; /.: ,'i : '" .y,, .',:,<, .i,"...;;t'f: ;";:. "I> Munitions Maintenance Squadron
amend good. aged. :I' '; ..;Ii"! :"d" ,,' ." \" \ '1'I, '. J
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Fibrosis Research Foundation. And then there's a toll This morning I felt the need Participating on the panel '. ., ;" ., {.\$.{ '_ :'\\lf,., ... ". ... a unit of the U.S. Air Forces In
The Foundation's area of con- gate where you buy your of doing some thing perhaps kindly which will be chaired by Frank :' :f.. 'J ",.; \:>\\lrJtl: /;' ,i'' .;,,;,I\i\ .it); .1'1k. '\ Europe America's overseas air
cern Includes not only cystic way with tears. I realize that I Williams county Civil Defense .; ;f' (;1 "l't e,"' t t1)\).'" ___ arm assigned to NATO. He pre-
for the '-
fibroses victims, but also those Ifs a rough road and a steep seem to young.get weaker each year director, will be representa- "': '. \7.y/: .; :: :; ,:? : : .__ viously served atEglln AFB,Fla.
children afflicted with severe road and it stretches broad and and no doubt my days on earth ttveaofSocialSecurUyDepartment ; c 1It.. 'I'. .;"'.' ,._ I'' .... ," \ :i'i,.:',., The sergeant Is a 1967 graduate
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asthma, chronic brochitis and far. fewer each passing dav. SoI of Family Services (wel- -- '' ., '>; oj' of Waynesboro Area High School.
childhood But at last it leads to a Golden grow ) -"' L... .J. tf.. Linda Is of
emphysema. wrote In the front of a New fare Recreation Department : '''' .(., ; His wife, the daughter .
A major obstacle In the full- Town where Golden Houses are. Testament the paper back new City and County law enforce- "; : <1 \-,1,.;'' .. wLk: q ;' -. Mi. and Mrs. D.B. Stone Star
speed-ahead program to find translation ones that I buy In ment agencies Senior Citizens I..J Route Hampton, Fla.
cures for diseases which cause Joyce Kilmer New York To my new neighborwith Club, CUBB Agency, County .. ..' .:.: ,,. .." it ',->
lung damage In children Is the love and prayers,Mrs.Lura Commission and City; Council. -"
lack of funds. The above is the last verse Mohr then I walked down the The local forum Is being held
The Breath of Life Campaign, of the poem and he died In WarI road to a new house across here, as well as In all other Pinto, Ford Division's frisky new little car kliks up IU heels With two engines, a 1600('(', Ralph Morgan, son of Mr.
to begin Sunday, Sept. 13, In at the age of 32. He enlisted.As from the old orchard. I had Florida counties. In preparation base powerplant and a 2000-cc. option. With "Plntonower" to spare It excels at turnpike and Mrs. L.U. Morgan, Jr.
Starke will be one of about 40 I look back on this day whichIs watched this house being built for the Governor's Con- speeds! and In tight passing situations. Small and light. Pinto gallops through the heaviest has completed basic trainingat
such campaigns to be conductedin the date my husband was by a Veteran of Viet Nam. ference on Aging to be held In traffic! and can wiggle Into the tightest parking place. Ford dealers! will Introduce the '71 Fort Campbell, Ky. and Is
the state for cystic fibroses Idlled eight years ago, I realize So I young rang the bell and a pretty Miami October 8-9. Pinto on September 11.Rig now stationed at Ft. Sill, Okla-
this year. how many toll gates I have passed mother came to the door. Persons attending the forum home.
"We ask" Dr. Patray continued and paid with tears.Yet tears are I young could see baby In a pen throughthe are encouraged to speak out Crashes On SR18
"that all Starke residents so precious and when we are side window as I passed. I on matters of Income health
give serious to happy again we are truly sit- nutrition housing,employment
thought
was about exhaused from my on SR-18 at 5:45 a.m. as It
the part they will play In com- ting on top of the world. So walk, so went In and sat down.It transportation, education re- A rock hauling semitruckand Injuries. Damage to the 1968 approached a curve two miles Elect
bating this lea<1JnP cause of today if theI could I would not was about 9:00 a.m. and she tirement activities spiritual trailer went out of controlon truck, owned by Rockhaulers east of Brooker.
death in vounesters. change past. I think God washing her hair. I needs and other matters concerning SR-18 on August 19, totaling Inc., Jacksonville was esti- Maurice Edwards, Jr.
A hereditary disorder, cystic had a hand In things and plans. was gave older citizens. Issues the rig and injuring the driver. mated at $9.500 bv Florida Leaving the road on the south
Bible and talked to the
her the Clerk of Courtaseeeee0
Patrolman S.P. Bur- shoulder, the big rig traveled
fibrosIs I Father with raised the local forums Leeland Fredrick Adams 33, Highway
is carried to the unborn trust my my baby. I did not get to tell her during
It struck
297 feet before a
child through a recessive gene. future and thank Him for the things I so much wished but will will be Included In the Miami Orange Park, was taken to the nett Investigating officer. .
traveling west I
The truck telephone
Bradford County Hospital with was sole.aaaa
As conference.
many as 10 million men past.What have to finish my visit another
and women in the United States a grand time I had on day. I walked over to the old r---------a a-aa aaa----------- -aa aa-
probably carry a single C/F my birthday! My brother and apple trees and thought of the I
gene, medical authorities esti- wife. sister and husband came many years I walked this road .
mate. up from the 100 or more miles with my dogs and stopped for
Only a few years ago, a diag- south with baskets of food and an apple. That walk then was a I II I
nosis of cystic fibrosis\ left:' gifts. My sons wife came and got four mile walk, but alas I can
families with little hope for the me, and took Stephanie my great no longer walk those lovely miles 1 1I 1I 1I 1I 1w
afflicted child. Average age of granddaughter and her two I am too weak. But I go out Into t', 1
death 10 years ago was two sisters Clara and Hettie. We met my yard and look up at the sky I .1I.
years. Today it is between 12 and my relatives at the City Park which this time of year has .
14 with many patient living Into about 8 miles from here. Then such beautiful blue sky and white I
their twenties or beyond. my grandson Fred and wife fleecy clouds. I love the verses I I
of the Psalm that says "He
maketh the clouds his chariot .
"'t and rldeth on the wings of the .
[ wind" What a beautiful thought I
VOTEfor an some day when we go hometo
be with Jesus all the mysteries
of life will be solved. There will I
be no more toll gates where we
pay with tears. Amen. ,
andSUPPORT This time of the year here Is so I ,1
beautiful and I love It all. The
young robins are apt to sing most
any time of day; the zinnas are .'
In full bloom; I can see red I
apples hanging on the treeoutmy II I II
window. There is a haze each I

ForCLERK morning that hangs over the land I I
and my elm trees are now dropping FIRST COME
yellow leaves, my pear tree .
is dropping a dark red leaf. So I
aas
all these tell me Autumn is near.
1
I them.welcome .each season and love y{ 1 HEW ", ,,' 1 1I

Our Florida boy In Vietnam Is I 4 actOry FIRST SAVE I
,fine, Garry Parrish and has been P'i"gAt, '
Gilbert' (Gib) Brown to Tokyo on R&R. He had a I r 1 1I !
wonderful time and now has less : Invoke (NO DEALERS PLEASE)
than 70 days to be In Vietnam. I i 1
\ Candidate for Clerk of Circuit Courtof Then Dwight Thomas Is In train- I Last sI
at Ft. Jackson S.C. His Dad They
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Bradford County, subject to the has been very 111 and was called I While Beat The 1971 'A4'0
home to be with his dear Mother sI
Democratic Primary on September 8th, Edna. All is reported better and
he Is back at Camp. My heart
1970. I feel 18 years experience operat- goes out In joy and sorrow for

ing my own business qualifies me to these My granddaughter dear soldiers and April families.has a I Price Increase

of Circuit Court. I new baby boy and they named him 6 s
serve as your Clerk Brady. Such a beautiful boy and NEW X970
Office with my great grandson, so many to Reduced 0''
Conduct
promise to your love. They make life beautiful. 6% or More --- s
and Effeciency and for the Two of my little girls are five FORD PICK-UPS AND
Courtesy now and will be coming into.my I Warranties on 1971'sOur .
of all the Good People of village this autumn and winterto 1N
best interest Kindergarten. What a Joy now I First Come First Save QD R I

Bradford County.I to help buy little school dressesor Now
shoes what ever they need -- TOM Volume and Low save :
I will give my full time in serving the with the money I can afford to 1F000 2

people and taking care of the businessof give them. HINTS: C & C
For dusting I Overhead Enables us to I
your office. walls I made a cover for a floor 19

Your Vote and Support will be greatly mop tie and at the using base.muslin Can be with removedand stringto I Sell for Less Than The 0 I I II
washed. A friend puts a blownup I rIlU/D I Ii
appreciated. skinny balloon In each boot now FJ
when stored in the closet. She 7/0/1/0 I
says they work nicely. i Big City Dealers $,g ODIIQ I
Gilbert S. (Gib) Brown I IYFRICx

LOVE LURA I :rstMq S F"/ I I

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s i ./. Jr. I 1 1971 Fords ComingSeptember 18th !I 1 1I


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I JAL County Commissioner I Ii I


i. District No. 2 'X. j TERWILLEGAR


!' Experience, Business and Educational : .
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: Background To Serve You Best. S

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:S EXPERIENCE-One Term on Bradford County Commission. One i I
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: Year as Chairman. MOTORS I
: BUSINESS EXPEDIENCE Manager and part owner of Harold C. : I

: Wall Insurance Agency. Wife and I owner and operators of Nancy'sFlowers. :.

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raised in Bradford County. Graduate of Bradford High School
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ij i I Your Authorized Ford Dealer In Bradford I II
I INTERESTED IN THE ENTIRE COUNTY,
I I. And Union Counties :

.: Your Vote and Support Appreciated .J I. ,206 West Madison_ St. Phone 964-7200 Starke. Fla. ..ffJ., : .. ,

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N.Yr, fI'tHI''SAJ'. Bradford High yyvvyVyyVyyyyyyyyyyyyyBROOKERI..P. l

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---.' NOVE ListedBradford gleet WILLIAM H. (BilL)

4- = Facilty i I This Tone You Have a Choice
BT JOYCE trroaUEs .
High School's faculty L
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; Is In Its second week at .eu- && b L Elect s
.. planning for the opening of : .. e
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," \ofi "'ofJlO't A' 6"'FI. """" !. school on September 8. Members the New River .!!.., "t-( ,
Faculty assignments have Church chicken wthe Man nannonlca PUBLIC SERVICECOMMISSIONER I ., :=
Baptist enjoyed Julian E. 1 j'Q j'QI
Bradford
for \ ,
I. I' Championship I
been completed as follows: pilau supper In the church i
County; FFA tills year, and lethe .. .
Language Arts Department: annex last Saturday night.About *oun1i A. t.rD.mwrul.r..Y.t.rTw.rrn -
KNOW buiptrFU Mrs. Alice Brown, Mrs. Mae 60 people enjoyed this hour of son of Mr. and Mrs. W.C. mamtar. Florida. Mo.ua oftapnaamatlvaa }?
( Pelt and
Scheidecker, Mrs. Sharon Wood fellowship. On Sunday night! Stalnaker. Stumor Count!*) raamaafrtlnfl. t; McRAEv OS
;. MacCartha, Mrs. Hilda Dey, cake and lemonade were served Also appearing this Saturday *tlMont'_..._-Two Cot. Flori _'1 ,..' M::
tNITUitE Mrs. Evelyn Haney, Mrs. Er-' after the service In the annex night will be Marl Lynn and ....J.11011 County(now Mattanna) '- '
I ;';: nestine Thompklns, Mrs. Julie honoring those who had birthdays the Circle K Wrangler, and *UnhMnltv of T nnaM OraduaM-Oc _,
j' Fuller, Mrs. Frances Newland In the month of August. the Dixie Sodbuster of Lake OfM In_DOlO"" "Cap.,Football Taam. 5w
City. So come out and enjoya *Cuporlancad.Mi local,fovaminant-Formar
"i Miss Barbara Bell, Mrs. Patricia Guest speaker for the Sunday Mayor of'1.MtadoSucaaarful School Board
j.\ Thomas, Mr. Eplljanlo service night of wholesome enter- F
1 evening was Rev. Fred '1. Maada builnoHnian and
Romero. Johns. talnment. attftM aioiaffit _
By BILL WILSON f
Social Studies: Mr. Fret I Several door prizes: are given Cl.te Le_. HIM"' ''. Fmbytarian laylaaaar. MEMBER z
Mantad, thnw ahUdnm. Lion.Vataran .
New- away each night Admission ,
Browning, Mr. Randolph Mrs. Roy Carroll Is spending .
; (World War II. Amarican Laajon.Maton
land, Mr. Jim Rawlings, ,Mrs. this week on a cruise to Is $1.25 for adults 75 cents District No. 2 '
WINGS A THERMOSTAT Robby Booth, Mrs. Thelma the Bahamas. for children, and no admission Nomlnatad-St. Pvtanbura Tlmal OutMandlni I [
Thornton, Mr. David Keathly, Cherie Hinton, Shirley Green, for children tinder school age. HOUM Mambar Awed. 1969. I(IJ
I FOR A CHAIR Mrs. Judith Mlzahl. and Valerie Bristol There Is a show' every first
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spent
sev-
Public S.Mc.15.Public Trun"I I made diligent effort to see everyZ
in each I a
and third Saturday night have
n f/'h I Karow Math,Department Mr. HarlanSprow: Mr.Gustav,Mrs. eral Beach.days last week at Daytona month. See you there. .........,..... G.C''OOI.T..... I one In Bradford County. Those I have rate- <

docs chair have wings? 'Ilicyweren't I Patricia Watson, Mr. Warney Mr. and Mrs. Patrick W. Bed please accept my apologies as 1 earnestly ::;;
Why a wing Adkinson, Mrs. Karen Jones, Castlen of Cusseta, Ga., and ----- ------------ seek your vote.
I i added, as Borne people think, justto .S$ Miss Judith Mergarth, Miss Dale Stokes and Nancy Cottrell,
I change the style of Jamie Caldwell. of Brooksvtlle, were visiting Vote forrai' If elected to this Important Job I will t I
: a chair. Science Department: Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Stokes work with board members to see that the
Carol Seaman Mrs. Edith last weekend. ARTHUR GaskinsFOR dollar value for every dollar 0>
{ Combs, Mrs. Kathleen Conk- Paula Archer gave a slumber county gets
I In the era of Queen 1V IN j lln, Mr. Bob MacKlchan, Mr. party; Wednesday night of last spent. 1
Ann, wings were put Kenneth Watts, and Mr. John week at the home of her pa I have a genuine and personal interest in
Allen. rents. About 15 a
girls enjoyedthe MEMBER
clfaiVto ward off
a''
on + school children.
Agriculture Department: Mr. occasion. our W
intense heat and cold] I)' David Smith and Paul Hutchins. Don't miss the Country and qualified A
better
drafts as you sat by ;I Home Economics Department Western Music Show at Lake School BoardDistrict Better education means
the fire. If you turned r : Mrs. Virginia Waldmlre, Butler this Saturday night at leaders for our community in the future.- a I

the chair slightly, the .Y; Mrs. Hilda Haas, and Maxine 8 p.m. at the Union County High One I to promote higher standards
help
Help me
wing protected your r Gibson. School. This North Florida
face from burn. Of "" 'Jo, Business Department Miss Country Music Show is sponsored A Concerned Parent and SI, for our youth.
; Sondra Morris, Mrs. Mary by the Union County High I >
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the wing chair 7C about
course ; who our
cares
IDrK
for man
''jtr Griffin, Mrs. Laurie Crowson, School Band, and local talent Vote a
!} today is loved pri. 1 Mrs. Catherine Cox. from Brooker will be on the Tax Paver schools.
manly for its appearance $iif. Music Department: Mr. Tom program, in addition to Valerie .
and comfort. Wing chair KingChorus and Drill Team, Bristol, Tony Castlen, John ----- --- --------- 11
I Mr. Dean CasselsBand.. Hendry, and David Fussell,who
Art Department: Mrs. Susan appear every show, David Stal- ,
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Moody and Mrs. Evelyn Haney. naker will also be on the guest oj aaj r-
BodcockFURNITURE I Special Education: Mrs.Irene spot this Saturday, playing his
Jelson, Miss Linda Rockwell, harmonica and singing David '
1 and D.C.T.Mr. Gerald Department Reese.: Mr. Bill You Can't Go Wrong

and APPLIANCES m Costello and Mr. Roland Clan ..1

,. cuzlo.Guidance: Miss Della Rosen- Sayings Bonds
,' 'IIi.I.' use 1'hirty-1'hird in n Series) :;- + WITHRANDY t
n', .. berg.
15NrIla l |)" HtlT liy"'"10'' Oirry Cti' Inc '-.r":1'
.w ':-Nsre'.i.J.J'; ;' l"t'b'.I!..: ;. I'"'' ) I"I"I ;';: Driver Training: Mr. Roland Interest Up "
,\ "!'7"r.-4W., '" A Henderson.
Librarians: Mrs. Olivia Scott .
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j JOHNSFOR
Coaching Staff Mr. David ;
: Hurse, Mr. James Duncan, Mr. 4
.':. John Allen, Mr. Gerald Reese, of Florida and
:r': Mr. Roland Henderson, Mr. American citizens everywherewho
rdv i 1 Mike Sexton, and Mr. George own or are buying United
The Loper. States Savings Bonds are in line
P.E. Department: Mrs. Vicki for higher Interest In their bonds.
I McKInney, Mrs. Inez Har- The Increase In the form of a
CitizensAnd { vey, Mr. David Hurse, and Mr. 1/2 per cent bonus, raises the
James Duncan. effective Interest rate on new
Dean of Students: Mr. Elton Savings Bonds from 5 per cent CLERK CircuitCourt
Wroten. to 5 1/2 per cent, when held to -
VotersOf !II maturity.

-.....TJ't\17.Wo'J"III' \ E.G. Howell. Florida State i
Chairman for U.S.Savings Bonds,
Starke noted that "The bonus applies not
I only to new Issues sold on or
after June 1, 1970, but also to$ %
older bonds as well, so there Is
no advantage In redeeming out-
W standing bonds to buy new ones. \

"T r>T'f>ec f-.pvfnr"' *- Co r/jv'' :::: I "I think that U.S.Savings Bonds
for th"": pi-1 Pfi of t>-' -1 r.r'H-' 1 r are one of the greatest sellheJ.p -

in1',? c-o-1- in r1riqt: i .J', > :s'':i us In opportunities Florida. Revenue available from to 1 a? rd'ry

r nhtiitnr:) ,. + "I'h, .. t:> ..,n !.meet-. :i::: Savings Bonds helps that Federal r At 4k'
:is were'! cpoknn: "hy one '>1-.n f ') :::::::: i Government finance highways' ,

eXT'p.r1p.1"\ces"\ in Hfo. 'n e nr ::: recreational areas and. protection r ;

them TfIrfl! !not: 1" ".,1.f 11 r.1+: t-n .. ::. of our environment",' N
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Howell said. ...
member I'lRtf\h warn rnnrinr :: And Bonds traditionally are
which TIe ocm1,1 1n*: 1 tn'''''' :-astr : : : 1 treasured! family assets because
e chan e hnri tn'cen; p! Lnr'n in on !,:: ';; they help pay for children's educations -
new homes and cars,
i life therpf"rp H*'!' ri8r1A the fernstatement ::: vacations and weddings. Bonds vr

This :R'r-I.1'11"1': ..rs' s; provide timely assistance in
i be used'! "by na "\ si-nt-p" ::1 ri: unexpected family crises."
byooittc He pointed out that the 10 million
$ by counties 001munltles !1 j GENTLE SHAPING-Double Americans who purchase
;: And :indlvldun IF? nlo.ln '::: woven cotton in yellow and Bonds regularly enjoy other direct -
white shapes a fresh-looking
the hlfhwny of llfo. These! costume for Maid of Cotton benefits.
have been node! by oil the nl nttr, 3 Gayle Thornton. By Danika "The Interest paid on U.S.
1 the long jacket tops a V- Savings Bonds Is not subject to
mentioned ; but we'! all rain. ny: 1:;' necked dress with lean torso State or local Income and per-
that we win rrc. 355 toward hlr. }r._ r# and low-flounced skirt. sonal property taxes. This new
er goals In life. 3 rate Increase coupled with their
tax advantages, makes Savings
Bonds especially useful",Howell k
Once a '.:flln I ask the f""n 1 GLASSFOR said.
citizens of Starke to elect A -

man that is willing to work' for EVERY 'URPOSIMirrors *

the betterment of All the pp.cmlp :::: Automobiles or. being A Qualified Young Man

of our community .So vote for !111 FOR EVERY FURP6SISHEA'S Yosemite banned from Park.torn Something

and elect Reverend' Teroy" nnyls ::::. of a disappointment to the,

city oounclltnnn Croup 5 Sep f f# email boy tourist who would
tember 8.Thank. rather look at automobilesthan You Can Choose From
.N..'J.. GLASS CO. icenery.BILL 6 But

: you for your support 11f{ 112-4111- 112-4111
IIII N.W. 4th ,!.*.
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school authorities have mad provision for protecting child against
your
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nursing and ambulance service up to a maximum of $3,500.00 with $1,500.00 on your sideHe

'far accidental loss of live. The cost is small.
can handle all your Yes You Have .
insurance life, health, 0 Choices But :
PLAN I: $3.25 for School-Associot.d Accident Coverage home, car. One man, one ,
plan. Insurance is much
PLAN 2: $15.25 for 24-hour accident coverage.To simpler that way.

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,.j :j//yIy 1. RODEO" that you have
By George T. HualnaCOUNTY been hearing so much about.It .
r may be worth your time
k vt .,tf AGENT to see a girl tie a goat so that
i ,4 Agricultural Extension Service It will not get away. I !moss It

., By Martha Sue McCain ..,... 'r .I... .......'u.V."......,.L"-'L......... .....;........,.t:-.<...:..:..._...',:._L..L.,.;-......,._;:.'._;"g..'- ti-0..._-.-".:;...;..'_;.';..'..:.'," will be entertaining to watch
County Extension i the bronc riding, bull riding
and the calf roping. A greasedpig
WORK FOR YOU Jtvn
Home Economics Agent t STRAWBERRY necessary after the .soil has catching contest is always
PREPARATION been fumigated once that it good to watch. Monday, Sept-
September Is here! be fumigated each year there. ember 7th Bradford County; Fair
[IJ. .dmP l I"" We are always on the look- nil smooth. Roll dough on board With September our Agri- after. In addition to killing ne- grounds, 2 p.m.
out for new and Interesting until It Is 1/2 Inch thick. Cut cultural thinking Is about matodes, this fumigant also
ways to prepare chicken which with a floured biscuit cutter. strawberry production. Most kills most of the friendlysoil POULTRYWe
is one of the economical stand- Place biscuits on hot mixtureIn parasites that do play an hope you have read this
cover have been turned.
Do For bys on the menu of the average casserole. If desired, top Extremely crops wet weather Important part in helping to before and we hope you will
Something these times of high each biscuit with may it
family in poppy or sesame control nematodes. read several times more
have prevented some, but we
prices. seeds. Bake casserolefor Don't let me leave the impression between now and October 13th.
hope all strawberry land has
Here is one that will add 20 to 25 minutes or until that it is better to Except for our Annual Meetingin
been turned by this time.There
Your Environment TodayIn variety to the menu: biscuits are golden brown. are two Important reasons- not fumigate the first time. July, we expect this meeting
CHICKEN AU GRATIN Serves 6 to 8.CONSUMER. These friendly soil parasitesare of the North Florida Poultry
first all vegetation turned
under -
whole chicken EDUCATION abundant do Producers Association to be
Two large not enough to
( Your Own Front YaVd) breasts (4 cups cubed chicken), "Sharpen Up Your Shopping" ,., to thoroughly must have decompose.sufficient Har-time the Job for you. It is not worth one of our best.President .
1 can (13-3/4 oz.)chicken broth, is the theme for Consumer taking the chance to not fumigate Arthur Gasklnsand
1/4 pound 0/2 cup) butter or Education Month, coming up in ... rowing the this land a few times the soil for a crop like Treasurer Francis Meng report -
Plant A Tree Or Shrub margarine, 1/2 cup flour, 1 September. Extension Home speeds Thorough up decomposition process. of all strawberries. With most popu- that our Association: Is
cup milk, 1 cup (4 oz)shredded Economists will be offering vegetation turned Is abolutely lar fUmigants, strawberry land gaining additional members for
sharp Cheddar cheese, 1 can consumer information on waysto for the next should be fumigated at least this year If you are In the
v ) sliced mushrooms, stretch the food dollar, how necessary step- business
(6 oz. two weeks and preferably three production or even
LURE LACE-The
OF pant- fumigation. We have reached
Chinese ElmJapanese drained; 1/2 teaspoon dried, to avoid being deceived or defrauded suit goes utterly feminineand the point that fumigation Is before plants are set.RODEO interested in our Association
minced onions; reconstituted; electrical and personalcare elegantly high fashion in about as and want to become a member,
Magnolia 1 teaspoon crumbled thyme, 1/2 items, and many others. see-through cotton medallionlace. the plant.necessary We fall to as realize setting I'll Just drop a hint by saying;
Peach teaspoon salt, 1 cup 0/2 pint) This service Is available, not Sport Trio styles with sometimes that even with fumigation If you are a husband and your that the treasurers address is
sour cream, 1-1/2 cups sifted only in September, but throughout an easy-fitting shirtwaist being to wife has plans for you to reallydo Box 57-A, Hampton, Florida
Pear all-purpose flour, 3 teaspoons the year. Think of your Extension tunic and wide-leg long nematodes necessary It is prevent some labor next Monday, and your $5 check will pike
baking powder, 1/2 teaspoonsalt Home Economists office pants. more consider changing those plans.HARDY care of all the details.
Flowering Crab 1/4 cup butter or mar as your center for con-
garine, 2/3 cup milk! Sesame sumer education. If you are in
Red Althea !iEACH398 seeds or poppy seeds, optional. the process of deciding on a Reprint from Bradford
Place chicken in fry pan and major appliance, such as rangeor
County
cover with broth. Bring broth to refrigerator, ask for one of CHARLESfor Telegraph
boiling; simmer chicken for the bulletins dealing with this
20 minutes. Remove cooked topic. These bulletins are available -
chicken from broth and set in our office, together Speedy
aside to (Save with information on fabrics,selecting -
cool. broth for
CountingBradford
AZALEAS each 59c upholstered furniture,
later use in recipe)Skin chicken
and remove from bone; cut into how to keep food safe,and many ,was flr t In a
BOXWOOD each 49c small, bite-sized cubes. Set other topics, available upon re 16-coTinty Northeast Florida -
aside for later in recipe. In quest. area to report complete
Fertilize Now large saucepan, melt fat, add election returns In the Gov
flour and blend thoroughly. Re- ernor's race Tuesday night.
Get Your Lawn and Plants InShapr move from direct heat and CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT This Information was
slowly stir in milk and chicken Who Owns American For Winter. broth. Return'mlxture to heat Business Concerns? In the process- of
and stir slowly until sauce bolls phoning return. to UPI
Grotone Pellets 100 lbs. $6.49 and thickens. Simmer for five DEDICATEDTO [United Press International
$5.95 minutes. Add cheese and stir When the New York Stock ) In Jacksonville.Polls .
Weed & Feed Bag THE VETERANSOF
-
until well blended. Add cubed Exchange first counted U. S. closed at 7 p. m.
Camelia Azalea Spec. 25 lb. $2.39 chicken, mushrooms, onions, stockholders in 1952, it found BRADFORD COUNTY and the Governor's count
seasonings, and sour cream; only 6.5 million of them. Re- WHO HAVE SERVED was completed. in the coun
Hardi-Green 5 lbs 89c stir until well blended. Pour Ili ty's 17 precinct at 8:01
: !
mixture Into a 2 1/2 quart cently it announced the results IN THE ARMED FORCESOF
This In
a far from several
cry
rectangular or oval shallow of its latest survey, OUR COUNTRY
Ortho-Gro Lawn Food PLOtIDA( years ago when the
casserole dish. Preheat oven which showed there were now w
Reg. $5.95 PEft to 350 degrees. Sift flour, bak- 30.8 million shareowners, So reads the plaque of dedicationat North 2.500 Starke precinct had
voters and poll
Now $4.46 ing powder and salt into a five times the number '
om 101OWMM nearly -
the new Bradford County courthouse. workers! uslnir' the old tally
Buy one Get one for one mixing bowl. With a pastry there had been 18 years be-
M blender or two knives, cut in ., Won't you NOW dedicate your vote to system, sometimes! countedvotes
cent six
of
fore. About .
one every through the- night and
butter until mixture resem- ;'mow the ONLY VETERAN in this
for
primary
bles coarse cornmeal. Stir Americans owns stock in pub- Into Wednesday mornlnir.
Organic Lawn.J.9J Special; 939: !C. Call Street until dry Ingredients are mois lic corporations or partici- this office. Charles Hardy humbly requests With the new, smaller
Reg. $ Phone '8 .11C5 tened. Knead on a lightly pates in investment funds. that you do so. Not because he precinct-! .,, and the new NY"->
Now -- $3.95 floured board a few times un- More people like business! is a veteran but for the simple reason tern of "sort and count" In.
stead of tallying. the
that he is amply qualified for that counting process has been
AirJ which he seeks. Won't you help him so cut to a fraction of its

'J,' that he can help YOU. . .PLEASE former time. Bradford's. entire

{1 Tile/ Kind Of Man These Times Demand 10:30 vote Tuesday was reported night' In and bv;

-- .. ., .. could have been done sooner
o f Read his record and decide whois If some precincts had '
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phoned In their return as
Instructed Election Manager -
: best qualified to serve / Charles Hardy. ..aid.rHARLES .

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JACKMATHEWS

Ic CHARLES HARDY YOUR SCHOOLS HARDY HIMSELF I & WIFE


Served you as your School Finance officer Born June 13 1918 in Jacksonville, Married -

during the terms of the late Dr. W. E. Mid- 1940 to Juanita McGauley daughter of

dleton Hon. Arthur R. McRae & Hon. HarmonP. the late Rev. G. E. McGauley, Baptist Mini-

Morgan ster & former Moderator of the New River I
1. For Baptist Association. Principal and teacherin

this county for many years.



CHARLES HARDY YOUR VETERANS EDUCATION

GOVERNOR
Assisted in the creation and development of CHARLES HARDY HIS CHILDREN

the Bradford County Veterans Institute and

lr .was Its Business Administrator for 3 years. CHARLENE (Mrs. Charles E. Francis) Finan-

cial Secretary Bradford-Union Vo-tech Cen-

ter, and pianist First Baptist Church.

CHASE Operations Analyst, Data Processing
THE AMAZING CAREER OF JACK MATHEWSHONOR Center Alachua County Board of County Commissioners -

CHARLES HARDY YOUR HOSPITAL Gainesville. FRANK, U. S. Air

Force, Bolling Air Force Base, Washington.

MOST AWARDEDLAWMAKER: LEGBLATIVE COMMITTEES: Served you as Chairman Board of Trustees DONALD Santa Fe Junior College. CAROL,
STUDENT: Jack Over the past 14 years as a Jack Mathews has been a member Bradford County Hospital during Its con- Bradford High School.
Mathews Democratic Candidate Florida Legislator and the past of the Senates Legislative
for governor, has compiled two u President of i the Florida Council since 1962 andhu sera struction and first years of operation.
record of excellence In the Senate Jack Mathews has become ved as Chairman of the Committee Your hospital achieved full accreditationafter
classroom. Scholastically he on Higher Education. He
Florida's most honored
led his class from the first lawmaker. His fellow legislators wrote the legislation creating only two years of operation a feat
trade.ttrougn high school and nave given him awards the Board of Regents and the never before accomplished by any new hos-
college. First in his class at ranging from Moat Promising chancellor system. He was pital. As a result the BRADFORD COUNTY CHARLES HARDY CHURCH SERVICE
Emory Jack Mathews was a chairman of the Constitutional
in 1957 to Most
member of Phi! Beta Kappa Freshman Valuable Member of th*Senate Raylslon Committee.and HOSPITAL STORY was the subject of the
President of the Student in US?. cover feature article in the Southern Hospitals Member of the First Baptist Church of
Body. He set an outstanding Magazine. Starke Deacon, and member of the Board of
at Hanrard where toweired
record
his LLB In law. Trustees. Have served as Treasurer of the
church since 1961. Member of the Missions
Jack Mathews Is A Member of The Ortega United Methodist -- Committee, who was Instrumental in the cre-

Mathews Church of Jacksonville.Jack ation and construction of the Morgan Road
NAVAL HERO: Jack
served a M lloJ55'd": S Mathews Is A 32nd Degree Scottish Rite Mason and CHARLES HARDY YOUR VOTE Chapel.

World War Shriner.

deem 5 a his KamlkaM U.destroye attack.was Lt.hit Jack Mathews Served 26 Months On The U. S. S. Kidd In In 1956 devised developed and Institutedthe

Mathews was awarded ttotronM The Pacific Battle Zone. present system of counting your ballots.A .
star for his action insarlng system that is errorproof foolproof and
the ship and craw. Jack Mathews was born and raised in Jacksonville, Florida.He .
fast fast fast. This system has been used CHARLES HARDY BUSINESS

knows more than, any other candidate in the race what in all County and City elections since Itsdevelopment.
North Florida and all of Florida needs Including the four Formerly associated in business with my two

laning of U. S. :301 From Baldwin to Callahan. Jack Mathewswill brothers Douglas P. Hardy, and James Eldon

appreciate the Vote and Active Support of the people of Hardy, doing business as Hardy Brothers

Florida Motor Company.


He Will Be Best For FloridaHe CHARLES HARDY YOUR COUNTYIn -4


1963 the almost Impossible task of re-
Will Be Best For Bradford CountyVote districting Bradford County was undertakenand CHARLES HARDY VETERAN

accomplished for the Board of County

Commissioners and the Board of Public In- Former member of the U. S. Marine Corps during -

For Jack Mathews Democratic Primary Sept. 8 struction. This re-districting gave your World War II and the Florida National
county and equalized distribution of the Guard. Honorably discharged from both ser-

population for better representation andImproved vices.
(Paid for b) the Campaign Committee of Jack Mathews elections.
Democratic Candidate for Governor Art Shealy, 'RerunIPd.

( Pol. A4y.) ''Pd. Pol. Advil)
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To Dignity And REUBIN ASKEW EARL FAIRCLOTH CHARLES F. "CHUCK" HALL JOHN E. MATHEWS JR. L. A. "SKIP" BAFALIS
AbilityIn __'__"_.-' Democrat_ __ ,TallahMM.... DMiwcrat Miami. PWIMC; ."acllfemIII.. dawvkln. Palm ....11



For First Time State Voters Will Select

the words of The St.. Peters- friend, Farris Bryant, who served ,

burg Times, "Florida Democrats have Florida well in the Legislature and Ey1r

never been offered a better qualified as Governor. Among his legislative

candidate for Governor than Senate achievements are: a minimum foun- Governor And Lieut.-Gov. As A TeamVoters

President John E. Mathews in 1970. dation program for education; the beginning '"

of our junior college program) ;
be surprised when to achieve racial Integration senator from Wlndermere In selected as one of outstanding
Although the editorial endorsementof the authorization of a state-long turn- may busing

"big city" newspapers is scoffedat pike; and the establishment of central they go to theo polls next Tues contribute and thinks financially the state to Eckerd Orange County because was of picked his hard by Jaycees.young men In Florida by State
to find that they must vote should
by some cynics, and no one knows purchasing. day their choice for Governor and private schools. Thomas, of work to promote the Republican William MeadowsMiami

what it actually means In terms of Lieutenant Governor as a team Quincy. is a past state chairman Party; In Florida. attorney, serving as U.S. Dis-

votes, endorsements are eagerly soughtby There are other good men In this rather than as individuals. OneX of the DmocratcExe-;:; trict Attorney since 1963, resigning -

candidates.In race, but Bryant's governmental experience does the Job for both, and cuttve Committee and Florida'S in1967 U.S. SENATE to run for Attorney ../ 7T
of Five Democrats and three Cir- .
named one General. Also a former
and prestige, It seems to there will be no vote-splitting was faaJ&
by
menthe seeking their
young Republicans are
outstanding cuit Judge.
this current gubernatorial race, us, would give him a head start toward between mates--governors a vote and for their one five State Jaycees.Sen. party's; nomination for the U.S.

Senator Mathews certainly has the doing the best job for FloridaIn Is running a vote for the other. Only John E. (Jack) MathewsGovernor Senate seat being vacated by STATE TREASURER _.._ ,
endorsements and it Washington. As he it ) and Elton Clssen- Spressard Holland. Democratic candidates: -' -
edge In editorial expresses one box Is provided on the ballot (
is difficult to see how so many publi "there's no time for on-the-Job train- for the two names.. daner (Lieut. Gov.) MathewsIs for Democrats are: Former Broward Williams Incumbent mullein JACK. ciaarwatcr.CLAUDE ECKERD. I
race Farris
his second Bryant -- Treasurer and Insurance
The Lieutenant Governor a making
cationsespecially those who have Ing. unsucessfully Speaker of the House and Gov- In
relatively new official In Flor- governor: having run Commissioner. Was active r. r.. -t
reason to follow the processes of for the office in 1964. ernor In 196165. Now residingIn treasurer's office for many
ida becomes acting governorIn
state government very closelycan ,the event of the death or The Jacksonville attorney has 'Jackson me where he Is years and In private Insurance _._ ir& i-

be wrong. To date, Senator Mathews' With Mathews In the Governor Inability of the Governor to been associated with state chairman of the board of National business before appointment as ,

candidacy has received the blessingof chair and Bryant In the U.S. Senate, perform his duties, or In the government most of his Houseof life Life Insurance Co.and other treasurer In 1965.
the Insurance firms. _
The Tampa Tribune, The Miami we cannot help but feel Bradford Coun- event the Governor is removed and Representatives was elected to In 1956. He Lawton M. Chiles- State Tom O'MalleyMIam1 attorney '
Tallahassee Democrat would have two strong "friends at from office by Impeachment.The thorough and Dade County commissioner -
Herald, The ty current Lieutenant Gover- Is recognized for his Senator from Lakeland, who Advocates repeal of
The Sanford Herald, The Pensacola court" In our goal to obtain the four- nor Is the State's first, and was knowledge of state govern- has attracted widespread attention the "California plan" which

News-Journal, The Florida Times- laning of U.S. Highway 301 from Bald- appointed to the newly created ment and was a member of by a walking campaigntour permits Insurance companiesto

Union and Journal, and perhaps others win to Callahan. This is a "must," office In 1968 by Governor Kirk. the constitutional revision write committee the- leader of In Florida.the Florida A recognized Legis- change rates without a pub-

that we have overlooked. It is hardto in view of the expected Increase in Next Tuesday will be the first that helped Constitution. lie lature. lic hearing.

believe that so many of the State's traffic following the completion of Disney time Florida that the ballotDemocratic office has been on new Was named Florida Senate PresidentIn Joel Daves-- A member of Tom Republican SladeDuval candidates:County

would their World and the of this the Gis- Florida House In 1964-66
leading publications lay four-laning candidates for 1968 without opposition. the senator and a former residentof
editorial opinion on the line, unless vital artery Into Florida in just as Governor and their running sendanner Is mayor of North from West Palm Beach. Now Starke. Has served as minority -

they were sincerely convinced that Important to the rest of the State as mates are: Miami and Is a member of the running on a campaign based whip In the Legislature, .

Senator Mathews is capable of doing it is to Bradford County. State Senator Reubin Askew, House of Representatives. almost exclusively on an appeal and-Is connected with the gas
the Democratic of Pensacola (Governor) and REPUBLICAN TEAMS for withdrawal from the petroleum, and real estate business J
the best job, among Secretary of State Tom Adams Gov. Claude Kirk (Governor) war In Vietnam. In Jacksonville.

nominees, as Governor of Florida. There are many other important (Lieut. Gov.) Askew has beena and Ray C. Osborne (Lieut. Alcee- L'. HastingsFirst Tom Johnston-- Resides in ,, w.l/r _
offices to be decided at the polls member of the Legislaturesince Gov.) Kirk is the first Florida Negro candidate ever to run Orlando and served as chair- I:
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We believe that their conclusionsare next Tuesday, but In some of them his election to the House governor to be able to seek a for th e U.S. Senate from Flor- man of Florida Industrial Com- R"ualOf.TaIIaha.w.R. KIRK JR.

right, for certainly there is no our personal knowledge Is not suf- In 1958 and has won a number consecutive four-year term due ida. Describes himself as a
man In Florida whose knowledge of ficient to base a recommendation one of honors as a legislative lead- to provision of the new Con- conservative, and is an attorneyin (Continued cn Next Page) t
Fort i I
He has attracted attentionby Lauderdale.
er. stitution which nermlts the Incumbent .
state government exceeds that of our way or the other.In advocating a corporate Income to run for re-election. Fred H. SchultzJackson- r ,

neighboring Jacksonville attorney who tax If new taxes are A former Democrat, Kirk ville Investor and, board

served as President of the Senate at the legislative races all four found necessary, stating that switched party; ties In 1964 when chairman of a number of busi-

the 1970 session. Democratic candidates good pointsto the burden of present taxes he ran unsuccessfully againstU.S. ness firms and banking Insti Letters to '

recommend them and have large falls too heavily on the lower Senator Holland. In 1966 tutions. Served as Speaker of
and middle Income earner. he the the House In .
wage won Republican nomi- 1967.
Mathews began his legislative careerIn personal followings. In making a decision -
Adams has served as Secretaryof nation for Governor and then Republican candidates:
1957 and promptly won the covet- in such a case, we naturallyask State for the past ten years, upset Miami Mayor Robert King William C. Cramer-- Now In the Editor. '

ed Allen Morris award as the most unless there is some overridingreason starting his political career High to become Florida's first his 16th year as U.S. Repre- .

promising freshman member of the why trade off experience? with election to the State Sen- Republican Governor In 94 sentative In Congress from the

most effective delegation (Duval). ate from Clay County In 1956. years. Osborne, formerly of 8th District. Claims he was 11
\ He has won three Allen Mor- St. Petersburg served in the asked by President Nixon to
awards have followed and Members of the Legislature have
Eleven other ,
ris awards as the most effective Florida House for four years run for the Senate and Is a Dear Mr. Matthews: Dear Mr. Matthews:
in 1967 he was voted the Legisla- been criticized for a so-called 1,000
Cabinet member.
before resigning to make an strong supporter of most Nixon Not too long ago a new retired -
ture's most valuable member and most per cent" salary Increase, but this wasa Attorney General Earl Fair- unsuccessful bid for a seat policies. U.S. admiral stated that The race for School Board

effective in debate.In misrepresentation by some of the cloth (Governor) and former "on the Public Service Com- Harrold Carswell-- Former the Communists can do anythingno Member from District 2 goeson.

news media. The raise, though substantial State Sen. George Tapper mission in 1968.' U.S. Judge who resigned his matter how fantastic or Im- If we are to teach our chil- /
its endorsement Sunday where 1,000 (Lieut. Gov.) This Is Faircloth's L.A. (Skip) Bafalls (Gover- $42,500 appellate court post possible It may seem. Two examples dren to abide by rules and regulations .
giving was no near per
second bid for higher nor) and Ward Dougherty; (Lieut. to make the race. was nar- which he gave were the how is it possible to
The Times-Union said of Mathews cent and could perhaps be justifiedby office. He was narrowly defeated Gov.) Bafalis, of Palm Beach, rowly defeated for appointmentto seizure of the USS Pueblo and have a candidate running for

"He has a grasp of government unmatched the Increased demands on a legis- by former Governor Le- claims to be the only conser- the U.S. Supreme Court ear- Its entire crew, and the shooting this seat on the Board who is '/1;

by any of the other candi- lator's time now that sessions are roy Collins In the Democraticrace vative in the race. As a mem- lier this year. down of an unarmed U.S. Air breaking all the rules and reg- ti1

dates, plus a brilliant record of held annually, and committee meet- for U.S. Senate In 1968. ber of the 1967 Legislature he George BalmerResident of Force plane off the coast of ulations? How is it possiblefor 1

achievement during his 14 years in Ings are held more frequently between In that race, Faircloth labeled was Gov. Kirk's floor leader, Hollywood, who Is campaigningon North Korea, killing everyone anyone In Bradford County w1>>
himself law-and-order but
as a broke with Kirk In 1968 a platform of opposition to aboard, over thirty; American not to see the injustice that Is
State His ability to sessions. '
the Legislature. candidate and \\a banking on his and has been a constant cri- the U.S. Supreme Court. He service men. All of this with- being committed in this race? t\\
done is enhanced by a high against organized crimeto tic of the Governor \\w
get things fight since that advocates making the Justices out any opposition or retalia- Apparently the issue at stake
regard for ethics, a refreshing can- Rep. Eugene Shaw played a promi- help elect him Governor. time. Dougherty, of Lutz is elective rather than appointive. tion from the USA. in this race is to have the 'jJ.

dor, an enormous capacity for hard nent role in legislation strengtheninglaws Tapper, of Panama, City, has making his first campaign for best Intelligence around to represent .

work, and an innate respect for the dealing with home-bulldingfrauds been in politics most of his any political director office.He is mana- ATTORNEY GENERAL Now let's have a look at what this District. I fully
of
Dundee
ging Ranchin
lite and was !known as a power- There are no Republican can- and We do need a
trust of high public office. and other matters of consumer pro- ful Hillsboro County. the Communists are doing agree repre-
member of the old "Pork- didates for
Attorney General. United sentative who knows he should .
with In the
tection. He Is also credited with win- chop Gang" that controlled the Jack Eckerd (Governor) and The three Democrats getting away
offering Seale run from the District In whichhe
With the election of Senator Ma- ning approval in the House of an Increase State Senate for many years. Robert H. Elrod (Lleut. Gov.) for the post are: States.and Abble Jerry Rubin.Hoffman Bobby, among, resides,--We do need a representative -

thews, Florida could look forward toa in state aid for the aged, blind Miami Mayor Thomas This is the first political effort Elmer Friday Former others, have loaded bookstores who does not defy

return of dignity and respect to theGovernor's and disabled which would raise maxi- (Governor) and Pat for of Eckerd millionaireowner county; and juvenile judge of shelves all over the country with the rules and regulations of

office. It would mark an mum payments from $75 to $120 jor Lieut. Gov.) One of Hall's ma- He feels a that drug his store experienceas chain. Fort Myers. Elected to the their bate books of revolution, the Districts,---We do needa
campaign Florida
promises Is Senate In 1962
to and later
All three of representative who has pro-
:nd to the frustrating "feuding and monthly. reduce a successful businessman violence and sex.
headed
property taxes the
; powerful rules
on com- to ven to the people of Bradford
authors just happen
between Governor and Leg- homes which would help him In the Governor's these noted
fighting" he mittee.
says can be .
have been defendants In the Chi: County his ability; to be honest
islature, for with his vast legislative Representative Tyre won many done through a local-option office, and enable him to Robert Shevtn Miami attor- conspiracy trial. The books intelligent fair, and first and

experience he would know how to pre- friends In this area by his active wide county sales tax and a state- save Florida.tax money Elrod.for former the peopleof state ney; served in the Florida House cago have sold at a tremendous profitto foremost the knowledge not to

sent his programs to the legislatorsIn support of legislation clarifying the resort tax. He opposes and Senate with honors,and was these Communist revolution- promote himself above other

a manner that would make them long-standing dispute of state owner- aries and it Is all TAX FREE!! people. This representative is .
H.A. Lawson. Mr. Lawson has '
These men are a walking tax-free "
receptive to reasonable requests. How ship and private ownership of water- foundation, the Social Education proven that he is worthy to

much more could be accomplished for front property. He also played an Foundation. In New York.Internal represent District 2 on the

Florida by such teamwork, rather than important role in the passage of Home FarmersPolitics DiaryAnd Revenue Service publication#78, School Board by the way he

the pitched battles between Governorand Rule legislation which brings govern- Supplement 1969-6, lists this has conducted himself at all

Legislature that have been experienced ment closer to the people through Increasing and football will take foundation as having been granted times.If .
In the future, Julian Mc-
during the present Admin- the powers of their county the center of the stage duringthe speaking the birds,which tax exemption.And Rae wants to get Into politics,

istration. commissioners. Tyre has also been coming week, with theGators' are an un-endlng source of Interest let him do as everyone else
first to us, we have learned that now the bomb-shell. Abble
coming
game up has
honored with election as speaker done----ABIDE BY THE
pro Hoffman, convicted member of
first they are attracted by
Saturday night and the pri- berry-
Most of Florida's truly distinguished tern of the Florida House.In the Seven RULES AND REGULATIONS.
maries on Tuesday. And the local producing plants such as pyra- Chicago was granted
!and effective governors have come candidates will get In their cantha elderberry and myrtle. permission by FederalJudgeRobert --An Interested
up through the Legislature. We believe the last analysis, of course, each last-minute appeals to votersat We have two fairly large pyra- J. Kiley last week for amonth's Taxpayer

that Senator Mathews is well voter must make up his own mind the official rally tonight cantha bushes, which produce visit to Cuba, to research
(Thursday) at the BUS football berries at different times, and a book on youth culture.Hoffman's .
qualified to follow In that tradition.In and factors involved other
many are codefendant Com- August 27, 1970
stadium. So there Is an inter- practically all the birds, and
than those mentioned here. Vote, of esting week ahead, and among Sam McGarvey\ even squirrels, feed on the munist Jerry Rubin, has also
another top-ranking race, we have course, as you please-- but VOTE other things, voters will decide By brightly-colored berries. sight asked the U.S. Court of Appealsfor Dear Mr. Matthews:
the opportunity to vote for an old next Tuesday. who will run It off In the scram- to behold is the cardinal, or permission to go to Cuba I wish I had the time, financial
ble for the circuit crt clerkship about what Is happening at his "red bird", busy feeding In the for the same reason. Rubin says means, and fortitude to hire one
place. midst of the pretty; berries. In one of his books that In 1964 or two Wackenhut personnel to
he and eighty-three other apprentice exhume some of the skeletons,
.rr SS .r. Communist Revolutionaries -; from the local politicians'grave
were In Cuba for training.His yard, to make an indepth study

Rain has been the order of Did you see where a unique<< Biggest catch of this fishing career began with Che Gue- of the numerous allegations that
the day during the past week, show of vegetation was held ref season we think, Is the 12-foot vara's speech: "You are fightingthe have been called to my attention
and our driveway rlghtnowwouldmake cently downstate which featureda 'gator caught on a hook and line most important fight of all. directly or Indirectly, to see If
The Bradford County an excellent marina, and collection of about 250 weeds! In the Suwannee River which was I would like to go back with you there is any substance to these

TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED the land out back is so boggy You'll have to admit It was later released In a lake near to North America to fight there. charges.I .
that leaves different kind Of show, but to Gainesville. If we are not mis- I envy Y'OUo" The moss\ Important do lfn0tothat there Is a clique
footprint
every a fight of all and remains of l
taken was. ,
: 1879 puddle. The mosquitoes,.by the someone who spent considerable man caught, many a years monster ago of a'gator fisher- the endless Communist struggleto Shots" ,acdOZen Starke, Or more "Big

i I GBrMy way, are fierce and so numerous time pulling out and chopping out In Sampson Lake and It was destroy the United States from ling the majority apparently of signals
that they have to draw lots to weeds our Interest was biased. later displayed In Starke. within; those who don't and
see who gets first crack at a In fact, the only weed we ever find humbly" agree
themselves
;g passerby. Spraying with stuff like twice about the at the bottom of
thought was
MIMaeqFLORI r..... These are happenings which "The Local Totem Pole."
"Off is some protection other "sensitive plant" which resem- .rr
; have
81I113it1. The
I hardly scratched the County is
A ESS wise, the pests will "eat you bles a small mimosa, and which face as to what sur quick to indict
Is any
person
really who
God will supply every alive." when disturbed, trembles and Today of course the emphasis going may even ac-
on, while at the cidently
TON I need of yours.-(Phil. 4:19): ). quivers in distress. Is on conservation and it is a leaders In same time our these violate some law, yet
ASS 0 Washington have led same officials
look
minds the
Let keep our opento that being
us
good thing steps are
so to believe other
many that way when
I victory others
Each we turn to taken to the so flagrantly
God. day as protect 'gators over Communism is Ignore local law!
i Him for guidance and make If there Is any such thing as a On the bird front. Alice reports they do not follow the dodo bird Victory la not only possible nonsense., but The first few years I
every effort to put into action slack time of the year for farmers that a number of crested Into extinction. Butwhenltcomes there is no other way out. We Starke, as a Taxpayer was In
the ideas that come to us, we we are In that period now flycatchers are now living in ou; to 12-foot specimens, the ques- must be willing to put away our Fair Bondholder, and County
E. L. MATTHEWS. Edltor-PubUflber and many of them are catchingup tion might be turned around and member or
which apparently followed golf clubs the Fair
will find fulfillment and happi yard area fishing. tackle, pleasure ASSOCiation I
,
Fofclhhed each Thursday and catered.aa Second God on their fishing. Actually, the a pair of the unusual birds ask who Is going to protect the boats, etc., and start :Through we open up detail.
ness Because
CUM Matter at the Poet Office at SUrke, Florida abundant farmer does not get a vacation which came here several years whole from old 'gators with a something for our country,other- on damp -
days
channels which his In with
by the usual ? a
of teeth
sense the
word, also that the mouthful of big sharp wise SOUthern
the
Alice
under Act of March 3rd. 181. flow ago. says victory will not be ours. wind, a ripe
good will constantly because there are always dozensof hummingbirds which have been We're only kidding, though as Sincerely, came from the stench
tabMriptlou la tirade area: 1 ye ar, $5.00; OuUide FairCCont'd Grounds
to us and through us. jobs requiring attention on a with us for a number of months, we can stay out of their way, or Paul I. Meng
trade anal 1 year, ,".50 farm, and when a farmer does have apparently taken off for a. when fishing, can always cut the Hampton, Fla. ( on next
take pg. )
time off he
still worries ,location unknown to us. line.

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Voters To Republicans Show Big Gain
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Letters toIdfor us.tiA, In State, But Not This Area ----------'ors


Pick TeamFrom encouraged Florld 's by Republican an 11 per forty cent; sent time. Democrats still out- ---- .......

the / registration gain In one year. Is number Republicans more than r---
( Preceding Page) ... predicting a million GOP members 30 to one In Bradford County.; WAYNE '
In the state by the tune of The percentage is even greaterIn un .
mission for three before the 1972 presidential election neighboring Union County witha
years
The State Election Bureau com- total of only 29 registered Re-
giving up that office to run for
treasurer. (From Preceding:: Pass) pleted 1970 registration figures publicans and 2,304 Democrats.the most I HOLLINGSWORTH :
last week, disclosing a total of Baker County perhaps
solidly Democratic county In the
2,797.000 registered voters In
SECRETARY OF STATE Not being It emanated a country from yokel the I Fair assumed magnificent sum !of one dollar Florida.Of State and with 3.995 14 registered Democrats.Republicans I
one hundred-cents that total Democrats accounted -
Democratic candidates (no pigsties. But then I was appalledto The person seeking this releasewas for 2.025.387. or 12.5per Clay County; has a GOP

Republicans J.L. McMullenResident)> of mobile find It homes was ,from parked trailers on from and the doggle.the Civil head of Defense the local, and boon-she 711,090 cent.or 25.4 Republicans per cent totaled; and Republicans registration wlthxa as compared Metal of 1,951 with t A MAN WITH NO t tt
grounds and this stink was
Live Oak making his second wanted to sell the home to the other parties listed 61,523 or 10,510 Democrats.
race for the post. Gets his human waste where many had local Elks. 2.1 centDemocrats Republicans also scored a
dug a bole on a lick and a promise per t t tI
nickname "White Acre" from I eventually settled thboundary slipped by two per healthy gain in neighboring Ala- POLITICALOBLIGATIONS
the brand of peas be grows and basis. Instead of a regular line situation for$400as cent over-all registration,with chua County with a total of 4,411 ., II
processes. sanitary septic tank. This condition I wanted the Elks as friendly 57,146 fewer registrations than registrations In the new count as
Richard B.StoneState- has since been correctedwith and this was'ex'' In compared with 2,896 In 1968.Independents I
neighbors 1969. Republicans showed an I
ator from Miami. Serred as the exclusion of the trailers tremely reasonable as otherwisethe 11 per cent gain during the same also Increased In Ala-
Miami city attorney prior to etc. from the Fair Grounds this but building would have had to be period picking up 71,230 new chua from 405 to 929 while I A Afj\ -.1 :
the $64 question Is why was
running for the Legislature. moved off my land, almost im- registrations. Democrats showed a decline from
allowed In the county, even for a i
0
Stan Talt.Served; nine years possible, or to chop off the end George Hanna spokesman for 31,114 In 1969 to 30,986 at present -
as.administrative assistant to full day let alone year atteryear'l of It! the State Democratic Executive ,
Secretary of State before resigning I bad to push hard and long to I assume a gullible person Committee said the party's loss
to run for office. A eliminate horses trespassing all might have signed the releasefor was! no surmise since It fell I t WHO WILL t tt
former newsman. over our property, but I am a buck but!never did under- slightly In the last non-
pleased to report this situation stand why Judge and/or Attorney presidential election year .then REPRESENT
has been almost completely eli would request me to sign away my climbed again in 1969.
minated. But with little or no legal rights for a few pennies? Part of the Republican growthIs t t
PUBLIC SERVICE county help! I am checking with TheGovernor's due to the switch of voters All OFDistrict
COMMISSION During the'1969 Fair,,period, Office The Attorney who were Republican in spirit
Five Democrats (no Republicans cars were Illegally parked all General's Office and/or The Bar but Democratic in registration
) are seeking the office over private property; and I had Association about a conflict of in former years when Floridawas
T
Public Service Commissioner to fight to keep our own entrance Interest and taxpayers angle and essentially one-party; state. Ask I 17 J
(former Public Utilities open for our guests and also if I happen to be right, I will be Now that a Republican Governorhas
Commission with many a car parked on the writing again. been elected as well as
Al Allister of Lakeland, en- Center Lane on U.S. 301. The law The new courthouse no doubtis other state and county: officials Charley T.f 4Axt u
jaged In public relation work. wasn't very diligent In keeping a mlghtly fine Improvementfor the GOP has strengthened and .
[ William H. Bevis. citrusr them off personal or State,Prop Bradford County, but I note some voters are changing their E. ;. t Make Your Voice For City, County, District II t tt
and motel owner of Iappeared; even the mono service had Increased registration on this account.
Fort Meade. in Court on a traffic sharply in monthly expense The new figures reflected only
offense and Instead of the and the poor forgotten limited success for former Judge JelmaAbout And State Affairs One Of Integrity
Honorable Judge giving me the taxpayer needed the whole set- Harrold Carswell's campaign to t II t
Harold N. Chancey,Jackson- TM
courtesy of in Question
explaining detail up like a hole In the head. re-register Democrats as Re-
Ule businessman and resident
J Orange Park my side of the picture. I was Sincerely publicans in order to vote for him "My local insurance Trained University of Miami Arkansas State U.U.
reprimanded by the good Judge William H. Summers against Rep. William Cramerfor agent
Dominic L. Koo. born Inftanghal for "rationalizing" on the situa the U.S. Senate.In Carswell's keeps me adequately insured I of Fla law School Private Businessman. I
Ittzen In and 1961.became Now resides a U.S. tion. If I had a second choice l home county of Leon for Instance at low premiums by Public School Educator. Member Baptist Church .
I wish I had Pleaded"NotGu1l1y,1as Marine Recruiter
Coral Gables, where he Is could not have received worse; the GOP increased Its insuring me against financially Former Lake City JC Board of Directors. Elks I
registration only from 3,496 to t
_i attorney.t treatment from any local Juryl! Here on Mondays 6,438. crippling losses, yet Club. First President Lake City Little League. .
t Wilson W. Wright Talla- letting absorb the small
; Or I would have like to be me
represented Plnellas became the second Vice President Columbia County Education Assn. .
sees, assistant Attorney Genral if
by a Civil Liberties losses any. I think this
for 13 years before re- Attorney: or Attorney William Sgt. Bill Carr. U.S. Marine predominantly county in the Republican state to become with Is wise. Is this characteristic t College Football Scholarship Athlete. AAU Heavyweight ,
ragnlnff to run for office. Kunsler Court 'Corps recruiter, will be at the wife
to bring the up to ,Selective Service Office Starke 130,076 Republicans and 128,843 of the personal con Weljrhtllfting Runnerup. Family man (
date and remind it there Is such: Democrats. Republicans also sideration and 2 children) .
shown
'each Monday from 10 to 11:30 by a I local
a thing as Civil Rights! outnumber Democrats In Sara- I II
,,:STATE SUPREME COURT The entire Court episode re- I a.m. He Is in Gainesville Monday sota County. Independent insurance agent t
through Saturday at the Post ; ?"
minded me that after my purchase : In Bradford County; Republicans -
I s I Hal P. Dekle. Miami Circuit: of the El Rancho Motel I recelvd Office. showed only a negligible Hollingsworthj
,{Judge, and former assistant a letter signed by"Theron Yawn" gain of 45 new voters up from Charley'E.JOHNS t ZEZWayne i iI
;U.S district attorney. saying that there had been an Sgt. Carr a Vietnam veteran, 179 in May to 224 when the books
Leo< L. Foster-- Tallahassee error In the boundary line I has been on duty; in this area closed In August. Democrats AGENCY
i attorney; member of firm between my motel purchase and 1 f for over two years. He holds scored almost a 10 per cent gain t YOUR STATE REPRESENTATIVE t
(founded by former Governor the home next door and I was t the Purple Heart Medal and the hero during the same period, increasing 131 So. Walnut St.
tW. Millard' Caldwell. to sign the release enclosed and I ;Presidential Unit Citation. their registration from Phone 964-5070 & (PAID POUTICALADVIKTISBMKNT) (DIM) _&.
would be
: :1: reimbursed with the 5,409 In May to 5.923 at the pre- -.-


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Native of Bradford County. ON SEPT. 8 VOTE FOR AND A VOTE FOR ..

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leila.'j Salvation Army **** JIOWVorE__.
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peake* Mid & ; / lad patch tool a Band To Present /
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n.* Mil .. UM nkbtt of 1Ie report, "(hat *
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Second Florida Concert at will Annual 3 p.m.participate Sacred Sunday In Music Sept.the .t"I'II I_.. .I.'. IB No Substitute I II


NEIL I TUCKER ford 6 Keystone, at Lake Camp Heights, between Keystone Starke on Bed-and i't 1.' .<..:.. -.JI.. ,,.'i.J 01.,.'- For Experience ", II

Featured on the program will -cj I
be bandsman Derek Smith, solo RE-ELECT
comettst of the world famous 4 ti B
New York Staff Band. A nativeof '" v H. W. "BUSTER"BENNETT I
Middlesex England he had ;; I B
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played with the Rosehlll Sal- ......_ B '
vation Army Band In England, '
CandidateFor as well as In Her Majesty's B i'
Royal Horseguards Band. He
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Is recognized as one of the '"
ReelectionCITY foremost exponents of the classic tie .d I I
cornet In America. TO THE
The program will Include renditions AFTER THE BATH-Mother's big cotton terry apron now fl II
soft absorbent towel for off the baby. The
band hecomes a drying
by an all-brass extra long neck loop on the apron makes it easy for the
h Instrumental numbers, and climax vocal mother to slip it over her head with one hand while keepinga I School Board I II
solos. The concert will firm grip on the baby with the other.
.
a Labor Day Weekend Music
Clinic which will bring'to: --r
COUNCIL gether Salvation Army mu- Vote For I DISTRICT 1 1
sicians from all parts of Flo-
rida. CROUP 3 The public is cordially invited :; _
to attend the concert and r I 3% Years Experience as your School Board Member. II

tour the camp facilities which
serve the youth of Florida. e MEMBER I Believes in Continual Upgrading of all Schools on a I II
Recently 150 less-privileged -
youngsters from Bradford, sound Business Basis.
SOLICITS YOUR Clay, Putnam and St. Johns t School Board I
EARNESTLY Counties spent a week at the I Lifelong resident Bradford County, married with I

VOTE AND SUPPORT IN camp. ; District One I two children. Graduate B. H. S. Member P.T.A. I

CITY ELECTION OF
the
SEPTEMBER 8 Elect A Concerned Parent and I. I will continue to serve all the people of Bradford I
Maurice Edwards Jr.
I Tax Payer County Fair and Impartially. (Pel. *>'. Acv.) I
Clerk of Court
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FOR AND ELECT
VOTE 1970-71' SCHEDULE OF SllSfS/!; Route "M, bus 'S, driven by Ida Mae Kcddith, Mill begin on SR 225. Pick up
students Honth o{ 225 on dint road pnion/ to intentection with SR 229. RE.O.wI.tD
Route 01 1, I but> 'M, dnivin by Lloyd Sonny, utitl begin on SR fl Wet of BAooke SR ttt and pnocetd to SK 229, thence South on SR 229 to Kiting Road Uett one mile.Honth .
at the County tint. Tfu4 bus will pick/ up ttudtntt 'inert thit point on SR II 1 11/2 mile" and nttunn to SR 229 and South on SP. ttj to Stankt flmcntany
NEIL TUCKERYOUR to the Snooktn School uhtnt alt ttudtntt wilt be unloaded. Pnocttd tout on SR School, tnadtond Middle School and Bnadfand' High School. Thit but will then be
"II and pick: up all ttudtntt gnadet 7-12 in t the Graham onto. pnocttding on SR ttlto packed at the but bann. Tht a'tcAnoon acute Mill begin, at iVtadjoAd Middle Schoolat
US 301, thence North on US 301 to Snadiond Middle School and Snadiond High 300 o'clock.
School. T'W6xu! will then be. packed at tile !but baAn. Tht afternoon Acute wilt
CITY COUNCILMAN begin at th Bnadiond' Huddtt School at hID o'clock and Lo SR to Guana* andBAookeA Route '15, but '34, dniven by! Annie Kelly! will begin at the intentection of' SKIt
/ nttunning to Oiahan\ with /K-6 ttudentt and thence "II and to County and SR 225. PAoceed South on SR: 16 to SR 229A, thence WeaL on 5K 229A to
( mot'. ::1 Line.Route. junction( wit SR 233 South, tunning Month on goaded wad and nttunn on SR 233
(MoAqan Road) proceeding South to SR 16. Proceed on SK It to Stankt Elementary
(Pd. Pot Adv.) #2. I but> 'lt, dnivtn by Mnt. 6044, will begin on SR 235 (bath o' BAooke-*, School, 8Iutd' ltd Middle School and Bnadfand (High School This but utUl then be.
tunning on gnadtd load At Nut Rives. eincling Uett to $R 23f,thence to SR US.Bitoolwl. !but bann. The tenoon Matte ivill begin at Bnadfand Hiddlt School
nttunning to flanentany !School; to unload tltnentany ttudtntt and pick up pa 1ed0att'Ua' .
..- alt ttudtntt walled in! STankt tchooli/ gnadtt ,-If. Thit !but will pick up
ttudentt in I graded 7-1Z along SR IS, emitting inom GAaham to SK tit. Commence"" Route Hi, but *2, driven by Leona llhitehend wilt begin on SR 235 at /Moody' Stone
\" picking up ttudzntt: on dint load Month oi Graham. Rattan to SR II. pAoceed fatt pnocttding Honthtatt to SK 229, thence Nontfwett en SR 229 to the County! lint.
eLE to US 301 and than Hontk on US 301 to Snadiond Middle. School. and Snadiond High Turn.& anound and nttunn to SR 225. PAoceed on SR 225 to the second gt4dcdtoad
6 ICIAL BALLOT School. This !but (Mil then be poAfced/ at the !but bann. The JteAnoon Acute will pat Saytett! Hightaay' Chunch, Cunning West "1/2 mitt, thence North to SR 225, thence
begin l at the Bnad'oid Middle School at 2t10 0'cLoclt. South 2 inlet to latt goaded Mad on left cincling North to nttunn to SR 225.
FIRST PRIMARY! Pnocted South to SK! J 100 and thence Fait on SP ,100 to Stankt Elementany! School/
Route: 03, but I> #11, dnJiiin by fueida. Moil, will begin on the 1 Veda Chwtch/ Road, 8aad,odd Middle. School and BtadrfoAd' High School. Thit but uuZt then be panktd at
GENERAL ELECTION picking: up all ttudint and proceed to SR I1, thence Uut on ST. II to 8 oofce* tht but bann. The a tennoon Mute utitl begin at Bnad ond Middle School at 3 1 00
tlentntM.ii School to unload all ttudentt. The !but will then travel empty on SR o'clock
Starke, Bradford County Florida 2JS commencing: picking up ttudentt son goaded 7-lt in t the New Rive section,
thence to SR 100 via Ethan Sapp Rd. to Hoody't Stout on SR I 100. Pasted tatt Route '17, but '49, driven! by /Uanit !organ( Mill begin! at the junction o{ SK! 233
SEPTEMBER R. 1970 on SR ,100 to Statfce ECenentatv School KtuuHond middle. School and Buuffatrf High and US 301.' J'JIoetedrut/ on SR 233 to SR 16. thence North to bill .tddith't ttont.Pnocttd .
\ School. Thit but will then be pM.kedI.t the !bud basin. The afteAnoon Acute utill East on dint Mild to Cnavi(ond ttttlemewt and nttunn. to SR It. Pnocttd!
Initials of Is begin atthe. BiuuHoid' Middle School at 3:00 o'ctock. South, picking/ up alt students on SR ,It to Stankt Elementary School Snadiond High
\ \ School and SAadjoAd 'dte Sfhool. This but Mill then be packed at the btU bann.
N. I,suing Official Route *4, but *27, dnivtn by Albetita Veil, uiitl begin in Hampton and proceed South The 44teJtl100ntoutc( utill begin at Snadiond Middle School at 300 o'clock..
on SK ZJS to the County line. p.e.tuIt1t.tD Hanpton/ and pnocctd Month on SK! tit twining -
Eat on the John Road jot apptotimatejly I 111 miles tunning South on gulled Route ''', but '14, dniuen by Ubent Tyson, uiill begin! on gnaded Mad at Pteatant
---. -- ---- load to SK! ,It and then to Hampton elementally School. Unload all oA denb. FieM Grove Chunch./ Cix.de. dint Mad West 0'j SR 229 at Pleasant Grove! and nttunn by!
up ttudentt ion the B aJ oid I4iddlc School and 8I\4d601td High School leaving ufticient dint Mad Eat to SR ,16, thence South to Stanke./ Elementary School, Snadiond toddle
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--- -. : Mom ton Lincoln City/ 6tudtA164.lg112d to the Zfiodloid& ttiddlt School and School and Snadiond High Scliool. Pnocted South on irS 301 to Lincoln City and
Signature of Elector I Znadiond High School. Thit but laitl then pnoceed atones SR til I to US 301' to pick up all students tnnollcd in gnadet /K-5 and proceed/ to Southtidt flenentanySchool.
Lincoln CulII.ftMe students will be picked/ up don tiuuHotd' Hiddlc School and8w4oad This but uill then be paAfeed at the but bann. The aittnnoon Mute mill
lUgh School. IhiA but taill then proceed to adfold Middle School. and begin tI.t Southtidt flenentany School: at t40 o'clock.
------- ------------------ Bnadlond, High School fht but will then be posited at the but bojut. TIlt a&ttAnovn

SAWPL&grrlCIAL Mutt viUl begin at the Utadtoiut Middle School at ttlO o'clock.. Route '19, but '20, driven by fltit! Gnann, nuitl begin on SR 21' at Gnil .in fith
Camp. Proceed around Lake Santa, Fe to a point between the lakes and back to SR
BALLOT Route *5, I but> "7, driven by Bnenda Janet, taill begin in Hampton p'loceeding Southwest 100. Pnocetd Honth on SR I 100 to fontyth Road thenct North on fontyth Road back
FIRST PRIMARY on SR til and continuing South on U<; 501' to the County! Line It milt then to SR 100 and pnocttd to Southtide tlementanti School! SAorMond Hiddlt School and
twin anound and pnoceed Heath to SR It, thence West to SR ttl, Attwviing on SR II 8eadoadNtg h School. The. but uill then be packed at the out bann. The aittnnoon
GENERAL ELECTION to US 301, traveling North to SR ttl', turn astound and coimence South on US 301' to Mute otill begin at Knadiond, Middle School at 3 1 00 o'clock.
SR ,It and thence East tt Hampton tltmentany Schoot. Unload elementally children
Starke Bradford Florida (om Hampton School and load to capacity! students ion BAadfaiut Middle School and Route '20, but *9, driven by Seutell Pnocton, wilt begin on SR CIA and pAoceed to
County, 8/I.ad'01td High. School. Ihit but mill then be panted at the bus basin. The a&te- SR ,100, thence on SR ,100 loath to Southtidt flementany( School and unload all ttu
Noon Mute utill begin at the OnoJUoid Hiddle School at 2:10, o'clock. dente 'ion gases /K-5. PAoceed. to BAod'oAd Middle School and Snadiond' High School.
SEPTEMBER 8. 11)70!) ( Route 06. but '25, dniuen by HasijoiUn Pack am, wilt begin on SR ZIA and proceed Thit but mJJL then be parked at the !bu bann. The 46eMOolitoute.. will Begin at
East to SR ,100. Fiocttd Honth on SK' '100, tunning night on SR .II to Cnyttat! Lake. Snadiond' Middle School at 3 i 00 o'clock.
Initials
of I.:<- Ketunn to SR I 100 and pnocted South to dint noad into The esa, thenct. to SR ,100
!uinff Official and dint Mad one milt" Oath ol intvuection earth SK II. Ketunn. to SR 100 and Route/ '21, but '30, driven! by Patty! Cniiiit, Mill begin at tht County! lint on
N pnoceed South to SR "It, thence Vttt to Hampton Elementarui School. Pick up ttu- SR 230. PAoceed Went on SR 230 to Howcnt Road, thence:. Honth to SR It, fatt on
dents ton Vnadtond Muddle School and Snad(ond Nigh! School and pick up ttutttntttnom SK ,It to County! line. Kttunn to Bouient Road! and pnocttd South to Stttent Road,
__ ._. __ _. __ 00- Hampton UenentAny School on SR HI' to US 301 to Sf ttl. Then proceed thence West to Colley! Road and South to Southtidz flemtntany School. Unload all
dit&tty! to the Knadtond' Middle School and Znadtond High/ School. Thit but wAU K-5 tudent and proceed to Snadiond /Hiddlt School and Snadiond' High School.
then be pIoJ&edI.t tie but bann. TIle agtetnoon Mute utM begin at the Bll4d6td This/ but tout then be packed at the but fcaAn. the a6te..tnoolltoutc Mill begin atBwdoad
-- Hiddle/ School at t>IO o'clock. :fuddle School at 3 00 o'clock.
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SRPAPLE Route "J, !but '19, driven/ by V. E. Soattanight, uitl begin on SR 1tS. pnocttdittg t'.ou.te '22. but .13, driven b>/ llaI1.jolLie."Jade." utilt begin on SR '100A, cross SR '100
WeaL 4 I/I meta to gnaded noad. fnoceed South OM graded Mad to pick-up point. and pnocted on dint Mad by Vetinany Hospital ion t/2 ","e.. Petunn I.tD SK 100 and
OrriCIAL+ BALLOT Tunn Jt.OWId1M/ AetUAn to SR 225. Proceed Eat on SK tti to SR USA thence pnocted South to the South end oi fontyth' Pood. Ketunn to the .south end o< SR
North to SR "Its, thence East 2 .milts. to (last goaded Mad South thenct South! to 1 00 A, (Gnitiit Loop) and proceed Eat, tunn night at Kontheatt conntn oi' GniiiitLoop
FIRST PRIMARY SR ttS and pnoceed to 4 legit goaded Mad South. Pnocted South to Ttnny Road, and proceed Ml milt fatt, Ift .milt. ;Honth tunn uittt on Wilton Road to toUt!!
GENERAL thence Eat on Ttnny Road to SR 200A. Thence Month/ to Laiatey! fltmentany School. Road then South to Southtirit ftamentany School. Thit !but .milt pick up K-5 ttudentt -
ELECTION Unload/ all /K-5:: ttudentt. Expnett ttudentt goaded 6-' to Snadfond Hiddlt School. only.! This but unJ.1 then be paAfeed at the but bann. The aitennoon Mute
Thit but. nLU. then be oanked at the !but batn. The 4&tWlOOIltoute Milt begin at witt begin at Southtide. EtllllCll.tMISchoot. at Z--50 o'clock
Starke, Bradford County, Florida the Knadiond Middle School at 2"0 I o'clock.
Route '23. but 't, driven by fOll.OthloO''''''. wiLL begin on SR 100A at Uanjonit
SEPTEMBER 8, 1070 Route "l. bus *4, dniuen by leatha OUtfit., uill begin on Claude Rowe Road and \\1dIl'4 haute pnocted Watt acnott SR 100 on dint Mad by! Vet 1I1'1./! Hotpital ion
OnHUt Road to 11. S. 301, South on US 301' to Kichand Stalling Road and( AetUAnto "' unit. Rc.tuM.tD SR '100 and proceed South to the south end oi Tontyth! Road.
To vpte for a person whose name is printed on the bal (liS 301. NoJr.th.tD Highland/ thence South on 301 to Laiatty! tlentntana School Ketunn! to the touth end of SR I00A \IIJ.iU'Lop'(; ( ) and pnoceed Eat, tuning night
lot mark cross (X) in the square) at the Right of the unloading all elementany ttudentt and pick up Knadtond High School ttudentt.Pnocetd at Northeast conntn oi Gmtd.L4( Loop and pnocttd ,1/2 mile fast, 1/t mile Nonth.tunning .
name of the for whom desire to vott. on US 301' South to Stankt and Snadfond High School. Thus but. aill tIIu Uett on Wilson Road to Collty Road, thence! South on Cotlty Road to SR
person you fbt parked at the but bann. The attvinoon, noutt loilt begin at SnojHond High 100. Tunn North on SR ,100 and pnoceed to Enadfond Middle and QtadjoAd High School.
COUNCILMANFor School at tilO' o'clock. The btu will then be patfted at the !but baAn. The aitennoon' noute uill begin at
Bnadiond Middle School /at 3:00 o'clock. Tkit but wilt pickup only ttudentt ingnattet
Group 1 Route '9. but //19, dnivtn by Hubtnt Pnittt, will begin on SR ttt /and pnocetd to 7-12.
For Two Years Vote For One tht County tint. Re..tuM.tD Laiatty! eitmentany School and unload all tltnentoji'j
ttudentt. P.tpCAt.tlLip to County! lint and pick up ttudentt ion gnadtt 6-I'. FAOeeect Koute '%4. bu4 59. driven bif Etta Faye! Thonnton, mill begin in Stanke and pickup t!
to Stake to Snadtond /Hiddle School. 41\, (. vuuttond' High School. Thit but. IdUt ttudentt on (US 301 South to .<:P U1, thence Uett on SR 227 to SR 225 to Sampson
CVRIE A. WIGGINS n then be peaked at tht tut bann. The <<'tWIDOIitou.te Milt begin at toadfond ,Hiddlt City. RetuAn tame acute to US 301 and pnocetd Month to Sf.! 100 (fdunndt Loop)
-- Schoo' at tt>,0 o'cLock. and Uttt to SK: 100. PAoceed East on SR 100 to Southtidt, fltmtntanii School and
II I unload all f-t/ ttudentt. Pnocted 8114d601tdoIiJdle/ School and Snadiond' High
I I Route ,10, but 06/ driven by Hazel Sapp, aitl begin North o{ the State Pnito on School. This but mill then! be pinked at the bo baAn. The ajteAnoon, Mute uiill
goaded Mad, thence to St. ,125. East on !SK; ,1t5 acnott US 301' to VuPont Road begin at SAodloAd, Middle School at 3:00 o'clock.
COUNCILMANFor thnough Cnacktn.: Six. and netunn to US 301 and pnocetd to Lautty Elementary School.
Croup: 3 Unload elementary students /and pick up Snadtond' High School ttudtntt and proceed Route '25, bo '33, driven by Honey Column, mill begin on gnaded Mad at MaahLet,
That etty to tnadtond W/j/i/ Sehot. TIt.Uxu! loill then be paUed at the bus "bout. Stanlingt'. :RetuAn to goaded Mad South 1 1/t' riled, tunn Eat I "111 milttSouth
For Two Years Vote For One aittnnoon( Mute milt begin at 8tadoAd High School/ at tilO: o'clock. lit mite Eat I rile twin anound at County lint and tnavel Wttt too miles,
Nonthuittt 1tmite and nttunn to SR ,It. Pnoceed on Country! Club Mad to SK 230,
Routt Sit' *"* *3'. Salvers h* 3r TITUS OLSON II on Vifk Ftnguton Road proceed to (Lint OAt road South cinttt axound by (edoo4- K-5 ttudentt and pnoceed to Snadiond Middle School: ami Rnadiand High School. Thit
ton* ChuAch. continuing I6 Il.tltta.6t.tDWt dint Mad to lest, pnocttd en goaded but mill then be parked/ at the I but> bann. The a6e..tnoolltoutt well begot at BAadoAd -
load to SK! 225. two Eat and pItOe.ted.tD Lautty flemtntana School and unload aU { Middle Sc.IaootI.t 3:00 o'clock.. :
NEIL L. TUCKER I I ttudtjitt. Pick up ttudtntt XOA/ the BWrfoAd' Middle School and fucttd OH US J"I
iI to StOAfce and the Snadtoid Middle School. IkU but mill then be parked at tht Route tt, but 032/ diven by Janice Johns, uitl begin at the County lint on SKIt
1--1 I but 4Nt. Tht a teAnoan Mute mill begin at Bnadiond' Hiddlt School at tI0' o'clock. and pnoettd! to StaAkc ElementaAi/! School, fnadiond Middle School and Snadiond'
High School.; This !but uiilt hen be parked 'Jt tht but bann. Thor( <<''tCItIIOOIiDu.te
Route f", 6u. 'lt, dni ui by uUt begin at US 301' and SK tOOB unit begin at SnadionJ /Muddle School at 3.00 1 o'clock.'
COUNCILMANFor and pnocttd latt by Andeuon ftementany School picking up ttudtntt gnadtt //C-J ton/
Group. 5 Lautty fltmtnttany School. Thence East on SR 223 to SR roDS, picking up students Route '27, but *29, dtivcn by Johnny Jackson, will begin on the old Laiatey lld
For Two Years Vote For son/ gAflde <.peed| / 8Nr4 cad Middle School. and Snadiond Nigh School. Thit but at Stake City limit and pick up ttudtntt ion Knadiond! Hiddlt School and Knadiond'
One wilt tIwt k at die but bojin. the afteAnoon Mute oHU begin at nadoJul High School. The but taill then be packed at the but b,"" The aLttnaoon( Mute
Hiddlt School at tilO o'clock. uitl begin at Souffuide Elementary School at 2:40 o'clock. and pnotetd to {allot*
1--1: manning Mute thenct to Snadiond' Middle School and SAadfoAd High School and AetuAn

LEROY DAVIS Route '13, but 131,,driven by Cwt Known will begin on US 301, at Cantcn't Stone to tame! -tout e.
and pnocttd Honth to SR tOOA. Ketunn on US 301 to 'fttAiet Road thence Glut to
W. H. "BII.I.J" NOEGEL f 1 SR It and South; on Sf I 16 to Stantt fltmentMiy I School Knadlond Middle School and Route '%8. but *26, driven by Koatn Ketln. Mill begin: on Old Lautey! Road at .IfaAfce
tnadiond' High School. Tkit but wilt thin be "packed" at the but bam*. The won Mute Witt begin t at Snadfcnd Hiddlt School at 3:00 o'clock. 60u High School and Santa ft ]11.. College.
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Vets Total' 1,830 In BradfordFlorida Farmers WarnedOf


has 937.000 military 8D.I1n Florida 90 are from Brad Gas From ElectMargie

veteran and 1,830 of them live ford County.; An estimated 424
Corn Blight SilageA
In Bradford County; according of America's 5,000 Spanish- Air Conditioners

to figures released by Thomas American War vets also live In
Hurt director of the Florida Florida. University of Florida professor Dowling

V.A. reg1cmaJ ofOcelnSt.Pel8ra- Veterans with questions about has Issued a warning

burg. There were 27.3 million benefits for which they may be to farmers about a deadly gas

former servicemen in the entire eligible are urged to contact that can be given off by silage (- -,...-
nation at the atart of 1970. their County; Veterans Service made from blighted corn. I .. SE-OUT

World War H veterans makeup Officer. Locally the phone number The ;yellowish-brown gas. nitrogen -
oxide can form In silos -
tile largest Is 964-5071.
group with 940
from Bradford and 5W.0 from Those who served since Feb.I. where newly-made silagelabeing /
could
all of Florida.Of 1955 may be eligible for GI Bill stored. The..s i '
the 400 Bradford Those who e form from normal corn silage
County; Korean lame eligible but be greater from blighted -
Conflict veterans 80 also 27,1950 may be for may f
because of a possible -
served In World War n. There home loans. corn higher nitrogen content In fi

over were the 59,000 State of In Florida.this category New Consumer UnitA the plant, says Dr. James M. i

with the Unlvcrlsty's-
Some 280 veterans contributed consumer information department Wing \
stitute of Food and Agricultural
to the total of 117.000 Florldlans has been created by Sciences. I '

who were In service during the Celanese Fibers Marketing Dr. wing said no cases of

Vietnam era-- that i..after Aug. Company It will maintain a Injury from the gas have been
ust 4. 1964. Of
: ttwse- 30 from two-way communications reported so far but nitrogen
Bradford County (9'
; from
bridge between Celanese and oxide has been noted in silos

Korean Florida)Conflict.also served. In the consumers: at all levels including at the University's; Experiment Out of Crate and Display \Window Units --

Some 230 veterans In Bradford retailers! manufacturersof Station here In the past. 'i1Vc
"Besides oxide -
nitrogen gases
County and 98,000 In textile and home r
; Florida saw care sewing -

military Korean Conflict service and only the between Vietnam the dry cleaning appliances' associations: laundry government and- produced some fermentation carbon early monoxide In process.the maybe ensiling SRt' First Come First Serve -- Plenty of Hot

Era (Feb. 1 1. 1955 to Aug.4. 1964).
agencies educators Workmen should be extremely

Of 76,000 World War I veter- and consumer: groups. cautious about entering a silo t' Weather Left

because of these toxic gases and /. ,
"
a probable lack of oxygen," he


said.The lethal nitrogen oxide gas, YOUR 5,000 BTU w $93.00 12,500 BTU $215.00
which Is heavier than air and

L To TheCitizens usually settles to the lowest lev- Clerk of Circuit Court 6,300 BUT - 135.00 15,500 BTU 230.00
el In the silo Is said to smell
287.00
like some laundry bleaches.It 7,000 BTU 166.00 19,000 BTU -

r Is most dangerous the sec- Experienced Businesswoman

ond day after the silo Is filled

and usually takes ten days to

Of dissipate. WESTINGHOUSE
Southern corn leaf blight Is LIFELONG DEMOCRAT

causing an estimated $20 million

damage to Florida's crop 15000; BTU $210.00 > 18,000 BTU 229.00
Bradford -
-
children. She bas ;
of field corn. The blight, affecting Widow with 5 served -

34 north Florida counties her community in Civic programs BTU $295.00
causes the corn ear to many 24,000 --

r County be dwarfed sharply reducingthe and served you well, Fairly
yield. The corn Is safe

n' ,' feed for Its however.normal use as animal and ket. Courteously in her Produce Mar. SLADE GAS




\ HAMPTONCITY Help Margie Dowling to her first job

She will be there AND APPLIANCES
7 hpv rlef to te hoi. st in the courthouse.

nrvl true to the school cyctgn ELECTION TUESDAY helping you whenever you want her.Pd. .

qri! to yon. All I am pntrrto Three candidates are runningfor < Poi. AdvJ) 332 W. Madison St. Phone 964-7701
- -
Pfiic! next Tuesday;: Sent 9 Tr'Ahl:\ marshal two for city; clerk
council seats
and five for three
you TO to vote do not forget at in next Tuesday's city election.

the end of H.Jt': .lSnpt1AI"'P.( ? Willard Thomas Is unopposedfor

plenSP; plane tha-: f 1 thf111. T t- re-election as mayor. ...... -""'-
"''"
tle For city clerk Mrs. Lillian


Yours truly post.Ingenlath are running The and three for Mrs.candidates the Jackie one-year Johns for GENE SHAW ought'a be

marshal are Incumbent R.H.
Parker L.G. Johns and Ar- I
H. A. LAWSONFOR vil Shealy. The marshal and

mayor offices are also for one -

year. REPRESENTATIVE AGAIN!

For the three two-year termson "I
Edward G.
the council are ,

School Board Member Saxon and; Roy and P.W.K.Glover Brown Incumbents HE'S EFFECTIVE Shaw Win B.ttl. For Poor People I j\ r -- '1

Parmenter and Fran- ,

IN DISTRICT 2 Vernon ces Wadsworth. .gs Consumer Guardian Agency J louse Clears Aged Disabled Pay Hike p I L. ,"
Polls will be open at the cityhall \

THANK YOUPd. Tuesday from 7 a.m. to J'::1 Wins Approval In House I I' 1
side of the '
7 p.m.--the other -- - at NA'K Du.a thaw told Turlington' "he
Y 1 Political. /CdiurTAlLAHASJKB ( Pol Adv.) pri- 'to
city hall from the regular -Save ... .. ;
**) I whr |II|may loco a hik< atotnti wid rani ol d* : .Rep.. ,ism .bill.. owl ol commillooh '
got
mary election the same day. I -- TALMIUViH'..". :,.:..-. A, billpulHnt I ,urm.. U not.noouio.. ..rr p.tMn .. coptlv, ..lmd.r.dk.. ., Kutnt 8h" 'w. Duar1won. work.( oo.M"but ..... ..n., ..... -, '
"" ;. wi t ki Iho An imndmoni #notl>* It Iniinicta Plorldtcouru Ml, spprovsl Thilnam ol .. only" two .. .. .loll .m Iho t* 4., .",.
...,.. .. '' ... .. .
i-rilM p.pr ikfr' tr bill uyinf IM lam.itilngo" to"M guittod'' by pail MM. incraim in Malt aid d"tvision tr
I Canoii...... .Ontco. Division. ...pigoonbolod' In comrtiittMUWw ,lnin>....,.*..of th,. Fodora.1 for tho ....s. blind and. dif, .I Aura tho right .. bands" f"I + /
r' ? sailed,, tut ol tam NMM,. a ** Trod. tommiMlon. and ,Ink .Ill' which would nut, msvi" Incrrai: 1 in ilui.'minnor.'* It. : J
I U 4 not TUT*!**. M fAttlD.. by th. 11_. al Mina mum Mym''rUs' front UM yros* h:Mid "Id.I oat h *I.i bond
,... till,, tocmM,. 'Lu .". bill tlvo, tho commi' .. Said. kponior E..... Shaw/ .Mllll,to Nab monlhl I) down. and. 'touch,Iho"bvm M.th/* '' I IHE'S
F REP.EIGENK MMW ll*Friktitl. Tiatl.. CunimlutonAct .r.1( igrlnilluro .......", tope DJiarho.Thu" T.Ilmhl., collt.|i... howsi .shirt ot ovory eummitio
Vote For Elect I? yMr ft It. ," nnw .... 10 th* Sn< > Into court for I IiNnrllalA .. Hill' go luithor.toward Oalilini. 1 lor ,Ih. poor.pro* .hurm.n"lolk.IN, Shaw.. tuccoos, $
And .
-- ol Fwrtda thaw ifevd
tho lhan pio ,
; prottciinf cwioumor. .. lit Uuio Carl* Manlond r.
..... ... MIlly. -could" lodoyon ,
toll .
any brought .:= 'for wsoso
woo opproval a
In ... ,...,... _." f?> a month which
( hle6oille 6uu this- was ,Iho,...... G.. CI..... ppreprUUon. I fur II.,. family"
7M HAW SAID. .II I had takvn Kirk and Iho N.pprapn."> planjiing, .. oo/vlcot, dlviuoo, .
.
him the yoon .to got,th.bill .....i sulxnmmiiiM had roc which doals. with birth ...
.. ,,..
lhat I., okong. "'11 Men .m.
.
.' This tt iho moody ,
long long Urn ... Shswo a .r..n Iliad
pinion ".U you. don t quit talking Cl of,pMple.. in rmd."Ma.d hiluro. ooritor In one
his
by
out thai in* in.crass
poinimi ,........ .
M and th floor II Iho
yield' nwySail. would day lo appropriation
from 14 blab
1 warnod R.p. .Land. .. *, ,to... bill by ........10..&'
mrai*fi 1 in Marsi -
ALLEN ..... ,.... .
..
EDDIE wad R Allamonte, Spring. I moichini, ,lu.d'.' 11. (fop par torcorrocuwul
Th* It.......*Shaw. mo. Show Mid ,Iho Imam inslitulo. .. pant
( EDITORIALS ) mon ol shock wine .noirlyovory would Uftl 10 MS oily! ".. MIL
.. .
mmbr puthoU hit vol.Ing Fill. Hi* sinondmitilU was Show laid pay (or work rot
titAy bulion.. to Iho 'no' aid. > msjor ,tnetooM aped suua. prisons. and. como.
.
(EXERPT!: ) and ,Ih* sally hoard. "boc.m. ablur _during' array". iitw. .hour ,./ Mud. "UoutulMms *" .Iho
ol rd Ilthl.. But H was io bjr tiio Norm on ihoII .. .
tam
ia(h*MSI* ario-
anly" cotlrctw toh*. U>billMfi" Hottw iMroprlsIWM EFFECTIVE
Noithor did th. University of Biota' and on worktn, h* said or* paid
musty govcrmont bill which ells' lor fill .
County Commissioner. .J Florida got Its roqutd 130.000 paid. out 12 S million In IMur.nrcpnmiam. million.,,,. ,maw. *p,ndingAppropnorions o tuning.....talary., of 4 MO on.nually '
,r NAi" YO1vRSeY.rp i* sP.o.1mawiY
t to .. this ,oar'. Nana bill no .. ComrrillooChtuman .
pox th* twit yin b taustho Holph, Turlingtoneoncotat Ira, toMM, Iha..1.0IM. ., ato 4 Clf) 1111..... ?aumjl. WoJno.day. May 1. Ifeu I/
thanho duo to th middling ofHop. tfla| l 1."la'un. auipndtlanvoroign NOVE .. Ihtl too .Odilional. noo lor ''kII.' olncortShiw ..
Cfno Shaw of Stark, who Immunity from lawsuit. funds ,wd.d ., imondmonl would
got It killrtl,L Kit Ih. Cit'10 of But tho 1970 But: ufgd UNI iwar:.cwiMd* Ira, inctMMd. pay.of( mowpriwn } I' # '
Lt."I..un rofuMitto or ,III. "..... m a ...... vaikort by about two : "
C inos\ill will |iltk up the water go along (with Rp. Shaw of rut bill. ponding. .bofori,, ib* snail. '1. 'f
Ub far tho OAth. r..rtMHUti, SUrko loading tho way) and that -mwi11N' ".r:: .
4 ) 128 million/ / will bo ....d.. t' l' "t .
District "
'. 941 '"

,5". e.J b. ncs ie.unr y SHAW'S EFFECTIVE.a'aww.A .'l. j.
:

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Slut SVPP5VNAflVFlwll .bor ol ,ih. poworful Hous A.prnall.5l p.
DlIT.lt'T luumunn .
C o m mill.I. This /
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r.mar.Ir.wnwl.n.... of ...... hao _".deer...'. Commit. .. to charged. with. "...>.
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Is born a in Iho ItgitU ,lout prowlflaw. .boo ontii..
O VSOA EV EggNT HIT. Sigh, 0.m.II. rountirtftho ually'' mown hit 'lotorml In .iho
n known to bo in .Nithw.alu
problvin ol NOIMU Cufly H*
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C0 Sp Hay **toranIha look IM. tint* from III brdmpat.
0 R rE r.II.....fl t.rnpdml, .....I. .. 'gn. orhodulo. .. r cllyotiond
*. will, a tool .loodr lIh ,
W- pal| mooting *l Ih Guy
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attapisul* mft"jot Ih rcml rate
O diotutotng *
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g&e&Lg0 & (isi h*fi Don Is ih ash', on ih* urronrvr
.....tay wail, .._ bv a....*. Trail ferry ism. woo th* moo
.
.. ....,. .
rf 'M H. Pr d *, oChairmao who wirodMost th* Inns nom
of tam aCwnallt. ..
oodurn for Ih* OB million .O.rmill
.
AY t ROq for Comumir Protoctio* Thrommilto > .....".* by Cotoinr. Cor
Apy II going I II Mducl ...Ilia Maw hai rotslnod. ...
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naperata., ., ..... .011. rp.wl rm. IM m.mMil '-" ..
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ROADS APPROPRIATED SO OUR LOCAL FOR pON D1TlONAgOUT TH> "


SPENT MONEY ON CAN LOCAL BE gOD5w8 GENE SHAW best qualified to serve YOU!


I ROADS. 8855 SERVED On Committees on Appropriations. ,
Gt EXPERIENCE Equal to Fire R.(ulr s.- PASSED First Horn R.p.ir Fraud Bill, and Finance and Taxation, Ad Valorem Taxation,

ion*. lhe moil Compreh.niiv Consumer Prot lion Banks and Loan Commerce.

WORK WITH ALL p' NSO a PROVENI. Know-How and ability.CITED Law avar pa..... by the Florida ...-....I.I ur.. ONLY Small County Legislator; to serve on

ELECTED OFFICIALS ACKNOWLEDGED L.-adr of Small County Conference Committee on Reorganiiation Act

G COUNTY, jid For Outstanding S.rrica to th. Small Legislators in the House of 1969.CHAIRMAN.

N. STATE TO ACHIEVE Count!.** of Florid. CHOSEN-By Miami Herald. among ten most Committee on Consumer Pro-

84 THE BEST POSSIBLE 4Ykof CREDITED With Saving the Race Track Powerful members of the House. lection.

htsd FOR BOTH OUR COUN- Fund. for Small Counties, and a Fair Ca NOMINATED _. One of four members of 1969 GRADUATE University' of Florida with degrees

TY AND STATE. Tax: Di.m'l>ulion. session most effective in Debate. of Bachelor of Science in: Agriculture!

and Bachelor of Laws.


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pecker Mid that arebeotosays; fill but rpttch was o Band To Present VOrE

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new *fl| rummage through 'o OKI.. nkbU i *f or ctvDUatbn. ." h* report, "that *
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find her contact leiu. to flay for the teat oit.." Salvation Army musicians In .' ." ... '..,.liJt.r.'J..I. .r."" \., 1- rI -----------a.e.ets --------ts.o1 --
Florida will participate In the '
Second Annual Sacred Music ; JJ. It '. I
,
r' No Substitute
Concert at 3 p.m. Sunday, Sept. ":,} _.. I There's
6, at Camp Keystone on Bed- "I I
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"NEIL TUCKER ford Lake between Starke and < i\ I For Experience B
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Featured on the program will f' I B
be bandsman Derek Smith, solo } t
cornetlst of the world famous } 1 REELECT'1

New York Staff Band. A native -- I H. W. "BUSTER"k B
of Middlesex, England he had .J' 'r
played with the Rosehlll Sal- .......... ,
vation Army Band In England -- 'I
CandidateFor as well as In Her Majesty's I BENNETT i'
Royal Horseguards Band. He
Is recognized as one of the
ReelectionCITY foremost exponents of the classic 1i. d I II
comet In America. TO THE
The program will Include renditions AFTER THE BATH-Mother's big cotton terry apron now I II
all-brass band becomes a soft absorbent towel for drying off the baby. The
by an and extra long neck loop on the apron makes it easy for the I O
Instrumental
numbers vocal -
mother to slip it over her head with one hand while keeping. I School Board
U The concert climax
solos. wjll 1I
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a firm !grip on the baby with the other.
a Labor Day Weekend Music
Clinic which will bring together I
COUNCIL, Salvation Army mu- Vote For I DISTRICT 1 1
sicians from all parts of Flo- I
rida. t -- ARTHUR G k- I I
ROUP :3 The public Is cordially invited : as IDS
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to attend the concert and I 3J/c Years Experience as your School Board MemberI
tour the camp facilities which

serve Recently the 150 youth less-privileged of Florida. FOR MEMBER i I Believes in Continual Upgrading of all Schools on a I II

from Bradford sound Business Basis.
youngsters l
Clay Putnam and St. Johns School BoardDistrict I
YOUR
SOLICITS
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EARNESTLY AND SUPPORT IN camp.Counties spent a week at the 1 I Lifelong resident Bradford County, married with

VOTE I' "" One two children. Graduate B. H. S. Member P.T.A, I
CITY ELECTION OF

the SEPTEMBER 8 Elect Jr. A. Concerned Parent and .1 I will continue to serve all the people of Bradford I
Maurice Edwards
w- Pol. Acv.) I
Clerk of Court j Tax Payer County Fair and Impartially

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VOTE FOR AND ELECT 1970-71 SCHEDULE OF BUSES Route 'M, but *5. dniven by! Ida !'toe( Keddith/ taill begin on SK 225. Pick up
ttudentt Honth of' 225 on dint Mad pnion to intenttction with SR 229. R .tun to
Route 01;, bu '". driven by! Lloyd Bonny mitt begin on SR 1C Uett 0J Brooke SR 225 and proceed to SR 219, thenct South on SR 229 to Kiting Road Uett one mile
at the County lint. Thit but will pick up ttudentt fron thit point on SR It North 1 /"' mile and netunn to SR 119 and South on SP. Ill to Stankt Elementany
NEIL TUCKERYOUR to the 8000111.School. where aLL ttudentt wilt be unloaded. Pureed tout OH SRI School, tnadiond: Meddle School and Bnadiond High School. This but MI .U. then bt
I and pick up all ttudentt grade 7-12 in the Graham area proceeding on SR ttJto parked at the 'but bann. The /aitennoon haute v&U. begin LI.t Hnadiond Hiddlt Schoolat
US 301', thence North on US 301, to Bnadiond Middle School and Bnadiond High 3 1 00 o'clock.
School. THit' bu wiM then be. paUtdI.t the bat (XMJI. The afternoon. Mutt. wiU
CITY COUNCILMAN beg.inI.t the Bnadiond 'Hiddlt School at ItlO' o'clock and enpnett to Outturn and Route OI5. bu *34, dniven by! Annie Kelly, will begin at the intentection of' SR
Brooker, returning to Graham fioI.thc.6/ ttudentt and .thence to SR ,II and to County 16 and SK lit. Proceed South on SR 16 to SK 229A. thence Wet on !PK USA to
mtOlll" :1 line junction with SR 233 South tunning Honth on goaded Goad and noun on SR 233Morgan
( Road) proceeding South to SR 16. Proceed on SK 16 to St&nkt Elementany/
(Pd. Pol. Adv.) Route '2. bu 0I2. driven by Mnt. Pare. utill begin on SK 235 'Ho ith of& Brooke!*, School Bradford Middle School and Bnadiond High School. Thit/ but well then be
Cunning on graded Hood at New fever, circling Uttt to .CR 23f,thence to SR 235, plJltktdI.t bann. The 46te.'UlOOliLOute cult: begin tI.t Bnadiond& diddle School
its
returning to Brooke Elementary School to unload elementalttudentt!! and pick up at triO '
all ttudentt enrolled in STarke tchoolt gnadet 7-12. This but will pick up
ttudentt in gnadet 7-12 along SR 1i. omitting &from Graham to SK 225. Commence Route '16. bu *l, dniven by! Leoma (llhitehend, will begin on SR 235 at Moody' Stont,
\ picking up ttudsntt:! on dint load north of Graham./ Re.Owt.to SK It, proceed Cat proceeding Uontheatt to SR 119: thence Nonthuiett in SR 229 to tAe County! tint.
\ to US 301, and then. North on US 301 to Bnadiond Middle. School and Bnadiond& High Turn around and return to SR 225. Proceed on SR 225 to the second gnaded Mad
OFFICIAL BALLOT School. This but Milt then be parked at the. but basin. The afternoonunite. loUt pott Saylett Higkaay! Church nomad tg Unit '111 milt Mont 4cetunn SR 5225. .
beg.I.t the. Bnadiond& Middle School at lilO' o'clock. South milet to loot gnaded on teit, circling\ to to SR
FIRST PRIMARY/// Proceed South to SR 100 and thence East on SP. '100 to Stankt Elementary School,
:Soute 03/ hue '17. driven by! Freida Mott. Mill begin on the Vedan Church food, Bradford Middle School and Bradford High School. This but will then be. pa.ltktdI.t
GENERAL ELECTIONStarke picking up all ttudentt and p/ioccerf to SR ,It, thence Wet on ST. 1/J to Brooke tht but bann. The aitennoon MuLe uill beg.inI.t Bnadiond Middle School at 3iOO/
Elementary! School to unload all ttudentt. The bu mill then travel empty on SR o'clock.
Bradford County Florida 215 commencing" picking up itudtnt jot gnadtt 7-12 in the. New RiveA.! teciion,
thence to SR ,100 via. Ethan Sapp Rd. to Hoody't Stone on SR ,100. Proceed latt Route '17. bu '49. driven by! Make 'Morgan, uiill begin lI.t the function of SK 253
SEPTErtfHKR: 8, 1970 on SK '100 to Stanke. EtwintoAy School f\\ad&oitd\ Middle. School and &iaHod High and US 301., Proceed Uett/ on SR 133 to SR 16, thence North to Bill !Veddith't! ttont.
School. Thit but, uUl then be parked/ at the but ban*. The a&te/lnoon. Mute mill Proceed East on dint Mad to Cnau>iond settlement and \e..tWU.to.SJl 16. Pnocted
\ Initials of Is- beg.inI.t the. Knod otd 'Riddle. School at 3'00 o'clock. South picking up all ttudentt on SR 16 to Stankt Elementany! School Bnadiond High
\, \'suing Official School and Bnadiond F.Middle !:School. Thit but uill then be parked at the bu bam.
N" I Route 04. bat *27, dniven by Albento. Veil will begin in Hampton! and pnocetd South The afternoon. route will begin/ at Bradford Middle School at 3:00 o'clock.
on SR 235 to the County line. P.etuItn.to Hanpton and pnocetd Month on SR 111 twining -
East on the Johnt Road AOI 4ppitOWna.tel2! 1 mile tunning South on graded Route *M, bu "H, driven by! Albert Tyson uill begin on graded Mad at Pleatant
---. -- ---- toad to SR ,II and then to Hampton Uementany School. Unload all ttudentt. Pickup Grove Church. Circle dirt road West/ o\\ SR 121 at Pleasant Grove and return.. by
student &ion tile ftad ond Middle School and Bnadfond High School leaving u- dint road Eatt to SK '16. thence South to Stankt Elementany School, Bnadiond Middle.
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o .0 0 &.(..e.iUltLOom/ ion Lincoln City ttudtntt attigned. to the Znadlond Kiddle School and School and Bnadiond High School. Pnoceed South on (liS 301' to Lincoln City and
Signature of Elector I Knadfond High School. Theo but will then pnocttd along! SR til to US 301' to pick up all ttudentt enrolled grade K-5 and proceed to Southtidt Elementanu! !
I Lincoln City .tehent ttudentt taill be picked up fan Bnadtond ,Hiddle. School and School. Thit/ but wiLL then be. parked at the but bann. The 46te.'UlOOIiLOu.te will
Bnad&ond& High School. Thit but uiill then pnocced to Bnadtond U .ddl. School and begs at South ide Elementari/! School! at 2:40 o'clock.
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8tad6ondPtijh School. Tht but till then be parked at the but bann. The atenoon
SAMPL.1ierrlCIAL Mute Mill begin at the Unadtond Middle. School at ttlO' o'clock. Route "'9, bu '20, driven by! Eltie. Crutnn will begin on SK It' at Griffin Fith
Camp. Pnocted anound Lake Santa Fe to a point between the lake and back to SR
BALLOT
Route *5. but *1, dniuen by Bnenda Jones wiLL begin in Hampton, proceeding South' 100. Pnoceed Month on SR ,100 to fontyth Road thence North on fontyth Road back
FIRST PRIMARY uett on SR 111' and continuing South on US; 301 to the County! line. It will then to SK ,100 and pnocted to Southtida. Eleraentann! School, baud&old Middle School and
twin around and pnocted youth to SR It. thenct West to SR 117, netunning on SK II Bradford High School. The but will then be parked at the but bann. Tire aitennoon.
GENERAL ELECTION to US 301', traveling Honth to SR til turn around and commence South on US 501' to Mutt.LC begin at Bradford Hiddlt School at 3>00 o'clock.
SK ,It and thenct East to Hampton Elementany! School. Unload tltnentany childnen
Starke Bradford County Florida fan Hampton School and load to capucity! ttudentt ion Vnadtond Middle. School and Route */20, bu '9, driven by Seuell Proctor, will begin on SR 2IA and proceed toSK
Bnadfond High School. Thit but will then be pa.lkuI.t the but bann. The. afternoon ,100. thence on SR ,100 Hoith! to Southtidt Elementany School and unload all student -
Mute will begun<< /I.t.the BnadHond Hiddlt School at tit 10 o'clock. for grade /K-5. Proceed to Bradford Middle School and Bnadiond High School.
SEPTEMBER 8. 11)70!) Route *t, but 025. driven by !Hanjoiie. Packkam, uill begin on SR 2tA and pnocetd This but well then be parked at the bu barn. The afternoon route will begin at
Ea4.t to SR 109.' Pureed Honth on SK 100, tutuuxa night on SK It to Cnyttal Lake. Bnadiond Middle School.I.t 3:00 o'clock.
Initials of I:#: Ketunn to SR 100 and pnocttd South to dint Mad into Thentta! / thenct to SK ,100

!''IuinsOfficial and dint noad one mitt HOnth o& intenttction cicth SR It. Re.ow..to SR 100 and Route '21 bu 030. driven by Putty! OUffiA.& will beg.btI.t the County. te on
N! pnocttd! S d6O SK It, thence ilett to Pmpton Elenentany School. Pick up btu SR 130. Proceed Mutt! on SR 230 to foment! Road, thence Honth to SR '16, East on
dent ion. Hiddle School and Bnadiond 6 Hiqh School and pick up ttudentt4om SR '16 to County! line. Iil'.tuM.to: Bowes Toad! and proceed South to Btttent Road.
_ ._ _. __ 00- .. Hampton Elementany. School on SR III to US 3t1' to SV 227. Then proceed thence Uett to Colley Road /and South to Southtidn Elementany! School. Unload all
dineetly! to the tlnadtond Middle School and Znadiond High School. Thit 'but will K-5 student ind proceed to Bradford Middle School and Bradford High School.
then bt pcL'lludI.t the but bann. The Hiddle School at t>,10 o'clock. Bradford Hiddlt School at 3 i 30 o'clock.
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SftrAW.fi"OFFICIAL Route '7, but "19, Ani\ttm by V. E. Boatunight.' uill begin on SR 215. proceeding route '22, bu' J. driven hay !'CcztjolLie.tIde.. / will begin on SK 'IOOA, cnott SR 100
West/ .4 '1/t nilet to graded noad. Proceed South on goaded Mad to pick-up po. lt. and proceed on dint Mad by Vetinany Hospital for& ,111 mile.. P.etwtn to SK ,100 and
BALLOT TWIll sound and netunn.. to SK 225. Proceed East on SR 225 to SR 225A, thence pnocted South to the South end of fontyth Pood. Return to the Aouth end of SR
Honth to SR 115. thence East t mil&t to slut gll.ldr.dLOad South, thence South to I00A (Criffi Loop) and proceed Eatt turn I lJIt.tI.t Uontheatt corner! 06 Criffi'
FIRST PRIMARY SR 225 and proceed to iintt goaded Mad South. fnocted South to Tenny Road, Loop and proceed 111, mile East '1/2 mile !loath tunn oat on WiLson/ Road to Colley!
thence Eatt on Tenny Road to SR 20CA. Thence Month to Latittey Elenentany School. Road, then South to Southtirfi Elementany! School. Thi bu vtitC pick up /K-5 ttu
GENERAL ELECTION Unload/ all K-5 ttudtntt. Expnett ttudentt grade 6-I to Snadlond Middle School. dents only.! Thit but well then be panked at the but bann. The a,6ttltlloo"LOute
Thi-bat.'uU' tAu be 4IIkr.dI.t the bu ww- The altetnoon. noute. otill begin at &wilt begin at South4. 1e Elementary! School at 2>50 o'clock.
Starke, Bradford County, Florida the. tnadtond Hiddlt School at lilO' o'clock.

Route '23, but '"I, driven by Dorothy Srouti.' null begin on SR >90A at I./a.IIjolLit/
SEPTEMBER 8, 1970 Route "l, bat H, dniven by! Leatha OniHit' will begin on Claude Rowe Road and /Made' house proceed WMt ac.ro4' SR '100 on dint Mad by Vet l4l/I/! Hospital ion
CniHit( Road to U. S. 501, South on US 301 to Kichand Stunting Road and netunn I ft milt. Ketunn! to SR '100 /fund pnoceed South to the 60uth end of Fortyth Road.
To vote for a person whose name Is printed on the ballot to (US 301'. NolI.th.to Highland thence South on 301' to Laiutey! Elementany School Return to the 60u.tJrlid of Si'? 'I00A (Griff it loop) and proceed East tunning night
I mark a cross (X) in the square at the Right of the unloading all elementany students and pick up tnadtond High School ttudentt. tit Honthcatt comer of& Gr ffit loop and pnoceed '1/1 mile FaAt ,1/2 mile North
name of the for whom desire to vote.. fnocted on US 301, South to Stanke. and Bnadlond High School. Thit but uill then turning Wet on Wilson/ Road to Colley Road thence South on Cotlry Road to SR
person you ;be. panked at the but bann. The < COUNCILMANFor School at tilt 0'welt. The but will then be. parked at the bu barn. The afternoon route will beg"I.t
/Bradford Middle School at 3:00 o'clock. This but wilt pickup ortl.6.turlCAU! in
Group 1 Route '9, but */19, dniuen by Hubtnt Pniett, will begin on SK 225 and pnocted to grade 7. It.
For Two Years Vote For One the County l. Ie. Ketunn to Lauttey Elementany School and unload all tlementany
**" !?*. r.tpUt.t.\.l.p.to County Line /and pick up ttudentt ion gnadet t-11." P40eeed Route '24. but 159./ driven by Ft to. ftye Thornton will begin in Stanke and pickup
to Stankt to Snadtond Middle School ant. nadiond& High School. Thit but will ttudentt on (OS' 301, South to .T: 227, thence Wc4t on SK 227 to SR 225 to Sampson
ORIE A. WIGGJN n then be parked at' the but bann. The a,6tw.oo"LOute.. utill beg.I.t Snadtond 'Hiddlt c.uRu! ,,,,,, some route to US 301, and proceed Honth to SK! 'I00A (Edunrd loop)
--- Schoo" at tilo' o clock. and Uett& to SV '100. Proceed Eatt on SK' '100 to Southtide Elementary School and
:I unload all K-5 student Proceed to Bnadiond Middle School and Bnadiond High
Route0/ but "6, driven by Hazel Sapp wet begin 'Honth ot the Stall fniton, on School. This but mu.ll then be pM.lledI.t the bu barn. The afternoon route will
goaded Mad thence to SK. J25. rut on SR IIS acne US 301' to Vufont Road begin at Bradford Middle: School at 3:00 o'clock.
COUNCILMANFor :thnough Cnacken Six. and netunn.. to US 301 and proceed iawtey Elementany School.
Croup 3 Unload tlementany ttudentt and pick up Bnadiond& High School 4A.dents and pnocttdeetti Route '/25, bu '33, driven by Money! Coleman will begin on gnaded Mad at Hanhlet
/ to toadiend fUo.h Thit but uill then be packed at the but bann. !Starling. :Return to graded Mad So.itht. 1 mile, turn Eatt I 1/: ..uu.Sou.t"
For Two Years Vote For One The .{teNI OIl noutt mill begi4oat Snadiond High School/ at til'0 o'clock. ill, r milt, tatt 1 milt, twin around at County line and Laval Wan/ tuu mile,
Nonthuett! I 111 mute and netunn to SR 16. Pnoceed on Country/ Club Mad to SK 230,
'I Route VI* bu. '", ****** fctf 1/J1f1u Utatent, uill begin on S? 100K. and town meat thence Wet to Colley Road and South to Southtide Elementary! School. Unload all
TITUS OLSON on puck, flA4lUOIi Road, proceed to iintt dix* noad South, c.lAd&JII.OUIIcI by Vood K-5 ttudentt and proceed to Bradford MiddLe School /and Bnadiond High School. Thit
t- Church 'MMUjta IIoII.tI&ClUt tD juuL **** Mad to lest. pnocttd on gnadtdnoad but will then be parked at the but bann. The aitennoon route wilt begin at Bradford -
I I to SR 22i. tunn Eat and proceed to Laatey Elementanu School and unload all Middle School at 3iOO o'clock.
NEIL L. TUCKER Atu ent4. Puck up ttudentt ton the. tnadiond& Middle School and pnocttd OJ US 301,
IU to Stankt and the Snadiond Middle School. Thit but will then b* parked at tht Route U. but '32, driven by Janice 101&116. will begin at the County! line on SK
but bann. The aitennoon Mute mill bcg.I.t Snadiond' Middle School at ItlO' o'clock. 16 and proceed to Starke Elementari/ School Bradford Middle School and Bnadiond
/High School.; Thit but will then be parkedt the but barn. The(*. afternoon route
Route *J2, but fit, driven by uill begin aI.t US 301' and SK 2008 tacit begin at Bradford/ .ddl.t SeW1oI.t 3 1 00 o'clock.
COUNCILMANFor and proceed East by Atldt-UOII Elementany School picking up 4.tuc.fe.At4 gads/ -S ion
Group.6 I) LmattJEltmtnetAny I School. Thence but on SR Sit to SR 2008./ pich2* up ttudentt Route '27, bu *29, drivin by Johnny Jackson sill begin on the old l/uutey Road
For Two Years Vote For One ion gnadet 6-1 Ion eke /Middle School and Bnadiond High School. Thit but at Starke. City limit* and pick up ttudentt for /Bradford Middle School and Bradford
..ut then fie peeked /I.t : *IIU6 lxMJt' **e Aittnnoon. nouttutll b"I.t Stad6o4d Kigh/ School. The bu will then be parked/ at the (dab bam. The 4&tCltltOO"tOut..
Middle ScMol.I.t titO o'clock. will bes"I.t Southtide Elementary School at 2t40: o'clock and proceed to folio
''I morning route, thence to Bradford Hiddle School and !Bradford High School and return
LEROY DAVIS Route '13, but 1/39./ dniven by Canl Hunan wiz begin on US 301 at Canten't: Stone to tame ltDute.R .
and proceed North ..t.SR.\ 200A. Ketunn on US 301' to Hftnket' Road thence Wet toSK
i I ,16 and South on SR '16 to Stankt Elementany School Knadtond Middle School and c.&te ''21, bu ''26, driven by 'Koaen.. Kelly uill begin on Old Laatty. Road at .ttarke
W. H. "BIUJ" NOEGEL tnadiond High. School. This but will then be parked at the. but bann., The afternoon City limit and pick up ttudentt ion Southtide. Elementary School, thence to Brad
IU I Mute well. begin at Snadiand Riddle/ School at 3>00 o'clock. 'ford High School and Santa Fe 1.\. College.



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Vets Total 1,830 In BradfordFlorida Farmers WarnedOf


has 937.000 military ans In Florida.90 an from Brad Gas From ElectMargie
veterans and 1.830 of them livi ford County. An estimated 424
;
Corn Blight SilageA
In Bradford County; according of America's 5.000 Spanish- Air Conditioners
to figures released by Thomu American War vets also live In
Hurt director of the Florida Florida. University of Florida pro Dowling

V.A. regional of flea In St.Peters Veterans with questions: about fessor has Issued a warning

burg. There were 27.3 million benefits for which they IIbe to farmers about a deadly gas
former servicemen In the entire eligible are urged to contact that can be given off by silage
nation at the start of 1970. their' County Veterans Service made from blighted corn. SE-OUT
;
World War n veterans The nitrogen -
make Officer. Locally, the phone number yellowish-brown gas
oxide can forth In silos -
up the largest group, with .940 Is 964-5074.
from Bradford and 509,000 from Those who served since Feb.1, where newly-made silage
all of Florida.Of 1955 may be eligible for Q BUI being stored. The gas could
t the 400 Bradford County Korean training.: Those who form from normal corn silage
lune eligible for but be greater from bligh-
Conflict veterans, 80 also 27,1950 may be may
served In World War 11. There home loans. ted corn because of a possible -
were 59,000 In this higher nitrogen content In
over the State of Florida.category New Consumer UnitA the plant, says Dr. James M.
Some 280 Wing with the Unlverla 's Institute i
veterans contributed consumer information de-
to the total of of Food and Agricultural -
117,000 Floridians partment has been created by
who were In service Sciences.Dr. .
during the Celanese Fibers
Marketing said of
Wing no cases
Vtetnam era-- that Is,after Aug. Company.> It will maintain
a injury from the gas have been
ust 4, 1964. Of these 30 from
Bradford County; (9,000 from two-way communications reported so far but nitrogen
bridge between Celanese and oxide has been noted In silos
Florida) also
Korean Conflict.served. In the consumers! at all levels, including at the University's Experiment Out of Crate and Display Window Units --

Some 230 veterans In Bradford retailers, manufacturersof Station here In the past.
County and 98,000 In textile "Besides nitrogen oxide gases -
; Florida saw care and home sewing -

military Korean Conflict service and only the between Vietnam the dry! cleaning appliances associations!, laundry, !government and be, produced some fermentation carbon early monoxide in process.the may ensiling First Come First Serve -- Plenty of Hot

Era (Feb. 1, 1955 to Aug.4,1964).
agencies! educators Workmen should be extremely
Of 76,000 World War I veter- and consumer! groups. cautious about entering a silo .\' Weather Left

-.., because of these toxic eases anda A"1 I.'w.'
probable lack of oxygen," he


said.The lethal nitrogen oxide gas, YOUR 5,000 BTU $93.00 12,500 BTU - $215.00
TheCitizens which is heavier than air and

: To usually settles to the lowest lev- 6,300 BUT - 135.00 15,500 BTU - 230.00
el In the silo Is said to smell Clerk of Circuit Court
Ij:31; like some laundry bleaches.It 7,000 BTU - 166.00 19,000 BTU - 287.00

: Is most dangerous the second Experienced Businesswoman
day after the silo Is filled

and usually takes ten days to
Of dissipate. WESTINGHOUSE
Southern corn leaf blight Is LIFELONG DEMOCRAT

causing an estimated $20 million -

damage to Florida's crop BTU $210.00 118,000 BTU - 229.00
ik Bradford 15OOO -
has
of field coin. The blight, affecting Widow with 5 children. She served

causes 34 north the Florida corn ear counties to- her community in many Civic Programs 24,000 BTU $295.00

Countv be dwarfed, sharply reducingthe and served well Fairly
you ,
yield. The corn Is safe ,

for feed Its however.normal use as animal and ket. Courteously in her Produce Mar- SLADE GAS




1' HAMPTONCITY Help Margie Dowling to her first job AND APPLIANCES

I hpv t-rler* to tp hrni-si- in the courthouse. She will be there

,'rv1 true to the school esyste"1n ELECTION TUESDAY helping you whenever you want her.

> to yon. All I an point* trpsk > Three candidates are runningfor d. Pot. Ady.l) 332 W. Madison St. Phone 964-7701

": next Tuesday Sppt.; 9 v'sm; marshal two for city: clerk: -
- - - ---- ---- ---- - - -
and five for three council seatsIn
you ro to vote rto' not forget at next Tuesday's city: election. -

the end of H.A. lA'JSC('. ?M'S:; n.ql""F> Willard Thomas is unopposed

pT.*. nsf::; pi 3c.'" thafnifhfuT. "M t- for re-election as mayor.

tIe "X" For city: clerk Mrs. Lillian
Ingenlath and Mrs.Jackie Johns I

Yours truly; are running for the one-year

post.marshal The are three incumbent candidates R.H.for GENE SHAW ought'a be

Parker L.G. Johns and Ar-

H. A. LAWSONFOR vil Shealy. The marshal and ..
mayor offices are also for one -


year.For the three two-year termson I REPRESENTATIVE AGAIN! .

the council are Edward G.

School Board Member Saxon and; Roy and P.W.K.Glover Brown Incumbents -, HE'S EFFECTIVE Shaw Win BatlU For Poor Poopla I\ %i ..

...
Vernon Parmenter and Fran- SI +,T Ib' j

IN DISTRICT 2 ces Wadsworth. I <:=< ,.TH Consumer: Guardian Agency House Clears Aged Disabled Pay Hike .n, -';'
Polls will be open at the city; ,
THANK YOU hall Tuesday from 7 a.m. to I

7 p.m.--the other side of the Y ..._. _'l.J.: Wens Approval In HouseIU' ..HANK DRANK: R... told' Turlington' If n* I 'J"
.. .. ..
(Pd. Pol Adv.) primary Political RdilorTALLAHASSEE 'thuughl' liter.oo a ch. torth
city hall from the regular ...... ,
.m.hm It Ian.lok0 against wide .
election the same day. may ... .. ..a ...range... lid.* Rap bill out ,of cnmmiltM..
TALI MU-WKE A bill irm If non IMMUI eeptlve .d. .11. BugM: .h.., U liar*). won do to but Ui>r* men*, '
WWW pulling' 4ime" ,teeih, j ki. th* lion An .mmdfMfil ,I........ II .l.... .Inilruct, Florid' .Ml approval ThurMlay of .. only" ,two WMII "bolt ,in Ih4. .* .
.. .. ..... .. ... ..
e-iatea' i-rilM "piper 11111"L1rw'Lr r bill Mylng th. 'h'' courts lo 'b* guiited' by p.dImuprel.llau.f m,OM ,Ivan. in Nat aid day .I. Y p
."... .oo pilMnbaM' In Mmmlllt' .. "Ih* Federal. tor ,the ....*, blind and. diaabltd "I I haw ,IM right lo handN). d smw.+eo! +
w M 11. ailed., mil. .Ames.II.mes.IIMN n. .UH wMkAH Trade Communion, and ....,. which. would,....mail.' the ,Ito.?.... ,in 1 ihit manner. *
M 4oi..Tiif, MlnyTtn MUSED by .n... HOUM.II si HKirta. mum. paymnia boot. the|pro.d > ho said. I do not ht*to bond
> oil-a..eall.4 l "Lil ,'. bill |I lv.f th... cwnmlulM'r Said, ....... Eugrnt Shaw. lib,IQ|i.monihl,, ') down, and,lotuh th...hum' 01 tht r
: : tie F..drrd. T..... LunmtlulanArt' .r f ...1..11... mihgrtly' lano D3tirkaThn ; Tilling. hit ..II...IM ht shin of "wary" cummiliMchairman ''
Vote For And Elect -now ..*. I* (.. Sn. ,... awn fw Injunction" wtll go lurthtr towardpratectlnr was battling,, for, th..* poor po. following, flhiwe tuccMt, Id:
the consumer than. pie of. Florida. Shaw aikrd 111 I.0.... Earl. It Ma"il,,od, I
*could' e.1 lotlayon ,, a n
any bill brought Mora the Mm : which won approval for a woostaptmprlallon
((8))h1ea1Jilk SUit Le1W.lllre, 'hub.a Malal1." wit ,the m"tonal"month oreo G... Claude' 'fur Uw. familyplarfiIn
:: ,. d........
SHAW 8AID \II had lak'n Kirk and irw Noun pproprt.lions a/vkM
him Ihre ,*..>to gt the bill' lubcgmmiliM. fid iv which. dealt. with bUM 0.0.
1 .mitiffndffdThia Ual.
that far II been
along; t
pinionEDITORIALS fenf.. long Urn." ". l bo .Iht'", man. n..dydin. '. h. Sh...'. MJCCMJ waa .llsatfcy
of people in Florida' ; *
U you don t quit' tdllnland hit. fallur tarltar. In "Ut*
Ihnl the but.M.
aid poinlini' out ( ,
1 yitld 'the floor It may ..* "from 175 to. HW would day I 1.lncr aM th appropo
EDDIE ALLEN (all," warned. R... Uonaid general I11 million ,in ,Moral "tioni bill by approkimalalyIIMOOO "
Wood R Alumni' npnnga.The ,fund .for pay incmMt 'laccorrcitnal
; !j ,
... .michmu inililuit ptrmMIL *
II. tav*Duo a mo* Id the Inert**
( } ,
..
moot of chock when nearly wild alfrct 10 MS needy Flu
,
every member puttied. hit' vat,* ridians Hit .mrndma nfIlia 400 Shaw Mid pay fur workers
log button .. the 'no" side. major .In....* adopted .L tuts. poison and correctional
.. during, Marly" nine. Sun of .
(fE'URPI' and 1 the ully board became abhm InMllutioM <.OO> In"*
ot red llRh.. But II wa* dobol. by Urn Huns an Ut* ,loweM in'th*tlal. .*.Ana pri-,
u hWAll, Neither did tht Unlv.rIty of But and .... only" a collective' ke. 11,1 UJ-billion',"" Nout,approprta Far fln worker*, n.*Said' are paidaianing HE'S EFFECTIVE
county Hunt bill which callt' I 01U ..,.., .
County CommissionerDistrict J Florida get IU raqutittd 1130,000 |paid out.2 S million In NA" yoda..,. million' ,in new spendingAppwpnali0u a winch IB .ppro of Haw..mulr.an.fmally "|
thl. ,...'. wstr Cummlll.oChurm.n ..
to bill
A pay no premlimia th punt year Ralph, Turlingtonconceded TOO tower than. Martine.s0. 4 1 It 111111" l.uriul W. ...d.,. May J. I7'W4Jj
,
thanks du. lo the md. I Rep.. .Gen Shaw of Stark, who merifn| Immunity from !.m.nt.1 f ndt piabstblv' w'r* flotdad amendment would'.
: .
:: : have Ineieased pay of most
r but urged the Hout U cmiMdft
It klllr l ft.i fund If ,
got < the But tho 1970 Legislature' Inn I."... m a eels.rue \'. prison oilwrt by about IMo
C>vinp.vlll. ,,011111| k up the wnter, to KO alorv (with Rep bill, ponding boon. in annually.
tub far the) CAlh' animal.filly SUrk 'heeding tho ws'> commiliw"' 1
4 yflr. 12 9 million will .b. send. 1x t
'

I }. Cf! .. e' \)apunrr.....LL..L1.I.2.... SHAW'S EFFECTIVE /
!: .... ttl k
r' .J;; .4IIIIIIa. -
Yd Fy0-.her-t' At uOtVt d. .., 'i

DEMOCRAT SEPTEMBER 8 1 IIf OplMLolf ,

t. "'. -.*** ...A; !

TATF BrPRICSFNTATIVr fir oT Ih* powerful Houw Appropnanont >
Ian. DIHTHItT. ': ...- .Im. .noOeounmeorol .. C.m m I I". ThiiCommiii
Ri nlallw nrmhau "' it charged with .funding
a* Siirfc. ... ronilnuPl. ,,\ als of*.Ih* Stale. mnle' lo...-
of EVE EpR ben a spearhead in the legiilj, ..... profecta. thaw hat Costa.
A ot ,ih small rounnrilh .
Eylg live fiahit gall shown hit SIlted in the _
.. l I. known I. b* on able" problem. of Nissan County H.
COJ ...... ... .
Innl/lw Rob .manTMlmltw look the Urn from hit.hub1r.mean
,.,.......... ....''I y
arhedule I recentlynend
pkL '01F. + s R FYEB WN '}iyDt4 .... .* being, a reel, ,leader .fhe .. a Jaunt meeiing' .4 the City
small count ei an able' and" .ad CMMiy Cnlmiawnl. was layOLLS
O NOI 1 e ,
SON adaptable mer"ber of Ih newt s ere difetitaing rvtnl rei**
J0 o r Shaw haa been ",...,.nIp froflorert In Ih. lolli' .. tit* BurranevrTrail
q
.. ...,
.
.
:; by wine chasm bo parrn. one (h manWha
.
.. Ihe Haute Fred SrhtilliChairmeo mirodMced' the seen rmiffndurn .
FOk R ol Ih. new Commilteefor .
R for Ih M ittllllwi
: E+ paper
A q 3 Consumer Protection. Torn mill'" *........ by Container, Corpttriiion
.
commute la galng t* e wdw>l.weeptng Maw ha. retained. e.
.. neon, el prwalemtrelating etlni, rapport .iih in.....membera ."........ ..-.....
to Ih*.riorlda.... ..toftsumer. of the florida c. llla I\FI/DM bTIUN-Tall.haao-Slav, limp ."'
., our belief. ,thai. Gen. .... hat "
lNaanThus ,
.the IIM, Florida' L.. vi i Drmmriil Irom Mambo Fin' 'lik ''nn' Mom !0p
Y.w.W gene. could. very .." behe been. f.prmnuo.. and ewiilandwe man .''''...0 Htllmclx, a Dvnocrat on Kit H"1.10./ Hrp
LAOpDg801 fe'i.*tl. and moat etrertivecommit brill. 'anl .lawyer awn M Piano, uillt hub back" t.l 'lh> ........ eon seeking .arm
WORK DILIGENT. North FlorIdian S..h For Amendment pang .. ..
Support .
rggSONAp i In rerenl yon grow have a bright fmvr had tt mtlum on e number of bills Rap 810. Is tponiorinj" In \1trurraul
E .... Lamar W.. DflMvnl fMm ....... ........... ollk' Nw tmuttn fram KllhkmiKh Cant' .to_ ..>. kai alto. bans .tapped as ji mem him ,M,.IOII of Its Flofida. tnulilur' '
APPROPRIATEDOFOR A N It1K WAND '." .--. Y .M _. ,..,..... ..C.4 .e 1M Noon One polo.tor M tmrmtmfmt to HM fvrllMiiwiit, klU....

ROADS SO OUR LOCAT. CppDITIONoUT Ty

MONEY CAN BE GENE YOU!
SPENT ON LOCAL | best qualified to serve


I ROADS. G Ebb SERVED On Committees on Appropriation.,
EXPERIENCE Equal to Five Regular Sea PASSED Fir.l Horn Repair Fraud Bill, and Fin.ne..nd Taxation Ad Valorem Taxation

.ion*. the most Comprehensive Consumer ProtectionLaw : Bank. and Loan, Commerce.

WORK WITH ALL PROVENL.aulativ.I Know-H ow and ability.CITED ever passed by the Florida Legislature. ONLY Small County Legislator to serve on
;* ELECTED OFFICIALS d"q1C ACKNOWLEDGED! Leader of Small County Conference Committee on Reorganization Act

IIN CITY, COUNTY, and| P For Outilandinc Swm'cc to the Small Legislator in the House of 1969.

[ BEST AuMmVEj Count; of Florida. CHOSEN- By Miami Herald. among ten most CHAIRMAN-Committee on ConeumerPTo-
Powerful members of the House.
% THE POSSIBLE 1
& CREDITED With Saving the R.c. Track tection.
t ; FOR BOTH i iITY OUR COUN. Fund for Small. Counlief. and a Fair; Ca NOMINATED of four member of 1969 GRADUATE University of Florida with degrees

AND STATE. Tax Di;.m n.ut--.. session most effective i in Debate. of Bachelor of Science in Agriculture)

and Bachelor Law.


Energetic Hardworking -- Qualified "A Young Man Who Has Proven His Desire, Interest, Ability And EffectivenessTo


_*fBmgHtmmm f** l* ** *iammm Get The Job Done"Let's


Support A Man l Who Is Old Enough To Know

i Keep Gene Shaw Our State Representative


e loll and Young Enough To Do The Job! | MSTBICT 16 DEMO.




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I Revival services will be held
at Grace United Mettmttst
Church starting Monday. Sept. I 1 1I
14, and continuing through the S I
week. Services will begin each
evening at 8 p.m. with Rev.
Frank B. Seghers aa speaker.
Rev, and Mrs. Seghers haveJust I IOOp
returned from a preaching
mission In Trinidad and
Jamaica.
Grace.felted Methodist: Sunday -
School 9:45: a.m.; Worship STO
services 8 a.m. and 8 p.m.;
Choir practice Wednesday 7 PRICES GOOD THRU SEPT. 9
p.m.! MYF 8pm.PrayerMeetIng'thursday -
8 p.m.
First Baptist: Sunday School

a.m.9:45: a.m.and;8 Worship p.m.; Training services Un-U WHAT can you do with a dime these days make a phone call, STOCK

ion 8 p.m.7 p.m.Wednesday.; Midweek services feed a parking meter? Look what you can do with a dime at Wmn-D/xe./
Church of God: Sunday School UP NOW!
10 a.m.; Worship services 41 Just a dime for soup, catsup, canned vegetables.
ajn. and 7:30p.nu: ;YFEThurs 0 VVE WILLCLOSf

day Highland 7:30 p.m.>> Baptist Sunday Suddenly a dime buys more at Winn-Dixie's/ lOc Sale Why pay more? lABORDAYf <

School 9:45 a.nu; Worship services
U a.m. and 7:30 p.m.;
Prayer meeting Wednesday 7:30
p.m., followed )fay choir prac R t. SCOTT ASSORTED BATHs



tice.'We PERSONNALS regret to learn of the

Starling on&.-
:feath of L.R.
day. He was a lifelong resident TIssu.
of Lawtey. The family
has the prayers and sympathyof
all their friends.
Mrs. H.E. Priest spent last 1 .
week with her son-in-law and 1 splry
daughter. Mr. and Mrs. John y4. limit 4 Roll With a 33.1urcha..EatdudlneCieor.nn.
H. Morris Jr., In Jackson, Ala.
During the week they visited SUPERBRANO SINGLE
Mr. and Mrs. John H. MorrisIn N. lNA'r

Mr.Bougalucl and'Mrs.La. J.R. Devore OLEO 1B. 10 1 PACK
Teresa and David were visiting -
Mr. and Mrs. K.R. Adklns
In Starke on Sunday. limit IBS.With a$3.Purchai.Excluding Cigar.tI.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Steln-
houser of Jacksonville visited THRIFTY MAID MEDIUM FISCHER'S BUSH THRIFTY' MAID PEAS
Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Anders on No.303 I-at. No 303 No.300
SMrsN.F. Moore Jr. and Peas . . CAN 1OC1OC Black Pepper . CAN 1OC White Hominy. CAN 1OC Blackeye. . CAN 10c

of Hendenonvllle. THRIFTY' MAID WHOLE SLICED OR CRUSHED HERSHEY CHOCOLATE JR.KLEENEX JR.ASST JIFFY WHITE FUDGE .

children N.C. and of Homestead Mr. and Mrs.were visitors W.F. Pineapple . .. 8a CAN.01. Syrup .. e 8-oi.CAN 1Oe Facial Tissue PKG. 1OC Frosting Mix . PKG 7V..o 10 c

Moore during the week. THRIFTY' MAID PINTO It ASSORTED JIFFY WHITE,YELLOW ft DEVIL FOOD JIFFY CORN BREAD MIX ft HONEY DATE

Mrs.Mr. and H.C.Mrs.Walnwrlght J.E. Mclvesln visited Northern Beans No.CAN 300 1OC1OC Arrow Napkins .* 1OC Cake Mix . 9 PKG.01. 1OC Muffin Mix . PKG. IOc
Ocala and her parents. Mr. and
THRIFTY MAID SHOWBOAT JIFFY FUDGESpaghetti PET EVAPORATED
Mrs. J.E. Starling, In Bartow ".300 No.300 8... '
last Kacy weekend.Dobbs of Jacksonvillewas Navy Beans . CAN I . CAN 1OC Brownie Mix . PKG. 1O Skim Milk. . I.120"IOC

a Saturday visitor of Mr.
and Mrs. A.D. Dobbs. Quantity Rights R.i.rvd
,
Mr. and Mrs. T.V. Duck and WINNDIXII STOICS. NC.CO.tOHY..I070AUNT | _
Cindy and Mrs.Vera Brooldns JEMIMA REGULAR OR QUICK THRIFTY MAID TOMATOCATSUP
spent last week touring points
of Interest In the Great Smok- i
lei area. To um
Visiting the Ducks on Sunday

were Wltkoske Mr.and and children Mrs. of Charles Jack GRITSit I 1 1 s'
sonville and Mr. and Mrs. lJ.!!:. limit 4 With a$5.Purchou. Excluding. Cigatvtut
\ Nolan and hlldren were Sunday,
ave tore.Mrie .
Lundberg of Jack- .
aonvtU' u visiting her bro- -
therinand sister Mr.and
Mrs. Roscoe Norton.Sunday. LB E 10 ,
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. M.C. 1 MUEI- .
Kelley were Mrs.Sidney Starling ROLLS '
and grandson Gerry Starting BOTTLE
of Atlanta, Ca. last week
and her brother and sister-in-
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Hodges
law ) HOUSE ALL GRINDS THRIFTY MAl!)CUT GREEN THRIFTY MAID

and three on Sunday.children, of Jacksonville Coffee t BAG' 69e: Beans. .N"CAN 3 IOe Applesauce12ogMAt1Vlll . "t:. 3 1OC
Lane Carter of Miami was e'c.H.' ..:Y.c"/U" / ,'.Nh...t..CI.
visiting Mrs. Lois Carter and ASTORAII S TNRIFIYMAID THRIFTY, MAID BEAN,CHICKEN ft RICE TOMATO
other relatives during the week. lie. VEGETABLE NOODLE ftMushroom
Co 59C Lima Beans IOe
Miss Karen Lee, who spent 'e CAN "''". 1OC
her vacation with Mr. and Soup CAN
DEEP SOUTH limit 4 W/SS./ Purchai.Cue.Cig. THRIFTY MAID CS ft WK
Mrs.this week R.E.for Lee Albuquerque.and John,N.M.left Apple I Jelly 10'0.JA.' 10 Corn e. No.303 CAN IOe THRIFTY Beets 3
Cut
where. she will continue her a . e : :. 10cWD
classes at the University; of
New Mexico. -J::

and Mr.son and of Mrs.Gainesville Keneth Terrell were .4y VI BRAND U. S. CHOICE BONELESS BOTTOM ROUND ROAST OR 09

dinner guests of Mrs. Joseph
W-D BRAND PURE
Dorko. f
Mrs. Glenn Shuford, Nancy '
and Mrs. Esther Hicks were
GROUNDBEEF
visiting Mrs. Leslie Sweat and STEAK
family In Maxvllle( Sunday.IF .
U. S.CFhOICE) LB.


WE DON'T HAVE IX : V
&&A
we'll ret It for yon. OfBo.BuppUM .
>Furniture, Voijtptaunt. -
Bradford CIXUBVTelegraph. : '\ 49 .D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF BONELESS W.D BRAND USDA TOP ROUND OR LONDON FR PORK

+ Rump Roast u $129 Broil Steak L.. 139 / Steaks LB.69c

'
W D BRAND SDA CHOICE BONELESS EYE W-D HANOI.PAK GROUND FREEZER QUEEN ALL VARIETIES, MEAT

1 0 I Round Roast u $139 Round Steak LB.99c Dinners EACH 99c

Elect W'0 BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF W.D CUBE SEEP TALMADGE FARMS COUNTRY(HALF OR WHOLE)

Maurice Edward, Jr Chuck Steak LB.79C' Steakettes :Ki: $179 Cured Hams LB.99c

Clerk of CourtSTARKE L0. PKG. ji-_ U.\CHOICE' BEEF BONELESS FRESH BOSTON BUTT.PINE FOR BAR.B-QUE OSCAR MAYER'S PURE

Si'IRoast ,. 99c Pork Roast LB. 59C Beef Franks -L .. 89C



ESKIMO PK.SANDWICHES

BUSINESSDIRECTORY Ice Cream .24TRAWBERHT PGA 6100 ___-_ FRESH FIRM RIPETOMATOES
'

Shortcake . ar.99c ;

ASTOR : : : & pT J

AUTO SERVICE Orange Juice. 6 CANS 99 ,, ?tr:: LB. 19 C

Gilbert S. Brown LillY 1 ''r

SUxUrt. OU StwtM Malta Lemonade . 9 ::.NS 99c
VINE RIPE JUMBO SIZE 37Cantaloupes

mrs A ATLAS BA1"I'EmD" POLY BAO Potatoes FRENCH a 79c I .3 FOR 89C
Badget Terms Real tarvtee. Fry .
FHONX ....mJ THOMPSON SEEDLESSGrapes
47 N.Temple-Start RICH'S
Coffee . 3 **. $1
Rich 2 cSs.. $100 1 .
VINE RIPE HONEYDEW '

HURST'SSHBLL DIXK WHIPPED QT. 49c Melons I . EACH 69C O
Topping. . CTN BARTLETT
ServiceStation MRS.SMITHS ,
10.... Pears . . u. 29e
Gu -. OH -. ILakef.W. Pie Shells I . .O. 29c YELLOW
Xsaarek Three a Ilhtlerfas
XOADMEKVKZ: W.IX20-M.1 Bantam Corn 10 EARS 69Cv
Ml M4 IMi- Brtie1s.n Steak Bttes . moo. $1'9

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JfOTICW 0*' RT.ECTIOX!
Allen Attends 1 Oarl-"Wiirst. Mayor of the .
CI lty or Stark, Florida by vlr.tu / .
State Meeting+ of the authority vented In
.> by taw do hereby call a
r On first Primary Election to b*
Conservation
>< b.ld at the Fir SttI>tlon, In the
Ni ,., aforald City by qualifiedvoter
on Tuesday September
t
Chairman Eddie Allen r-epre- .. ItTOtA. D. tor the purpon
sealed the Bradford' Soil and of Blsotlna Cite lollowln offl*
J
//i, : I 1e1. 6.1'*.
Water Conservation
DUtrlct
: Group 1 One Councilmanlor
( .rttr f ," last Thurcday at the) State ConTvntton two year*.
Group a .On Councilman.
i -, of the Florida Association for two yean.
V of Soil & Water Conservation Group i -- One Councilman.

er Dlatrlc Supervisor, at Inspector for two *rears For Said Elect ton I
the Sheraton Hotel la Jacksonville. Mr*. PeR r ShallerMr
: *. Myrtle: Dennl ,
Mr. Oarl Mathew
my Mr. Jo Ella Hardy
tutu Cheater Blakemore, Director :Mr. ItrneUn Denmark
,;t' r, ;,,
Florida Department of Central Mrs. Bess Burn.
Merrill Struth TREASURER
'; Services served toast.naster .
as XI. D. Tnlr. Sr.
r at the Thursday night William Holland
Mr. Ella Mae Chastatn
ti I banquet with Doyle Conner, In testimony whereof, I
lVls "" Commissioner of Agriculture,. hereunto subscribe my name
-' And cause. the Seal of the Bald
bringing the main address. tpvrn to be hereunto affixed

.1 Brakes Fail Car Jumps CurbMitchell's Johnny; Copeland of Santa,Fe this the >p.8th, 19T0.Day of 8* tm-

High first School among won $300 for placing }.:Carl fdAt) Bur.tCARL HURST. MAYOR the man who 0 knows I the job.It.

Mcon-
Drug Store speaking .
narrowly was waiting to back Into the ants In the state A1 ( .n Merrill Edwards
excaped' damage In a parking place, and told police test Friday morning on the RRIU. EDWARDS CITY

freak accident last Saturday that his brakes failed when topic, "Soil and Water Conservation C .-1a 4t D-1
'afternoon when the brakes on he went Into reverse. Its Importance toMe DEMOCRAT
a car driven by Jessie Mc- The car, a 1968 Ford, belonged and to You" ., W0Wlll.il". >> rhmsn-i.** '''LIU)
Cloua, of 1015 Estelle St. to Julius Chandler and Elect
Starke, failed, causing' the car was damaged an estimated$150. Forest Beach of Trenton was
elected president of the Association Maurice Edwards Jr.
to back over the curb with The car waiting to back Into ,
the rear bumper touching the the parking! place was driven for the coming year. Clerk of Court

tore front.McClqud. by Mrs. Doris Groves of 5U
was pulling outfrom N. Water St., and was only>
a parking place In front of slightly damaged. McCloud was
the store at the tiaie of the charged: with failure to have era .
accident. He had 9> back to vehicle under control. ,
avoid hitting another car which I
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I .r.raaeaear..,, SENICRa.wet.> .rrrw, .
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CITIZENSWith DISCOUNT sroglseSar

; re ; awes *. IITTIR
only 18 months to go until Bill to provide an additional 85% QUAUTTjr

the White House Conference on increase in Social Security pensions ,e >r MOtlLADIES' ,/
Dec. 3, time 1* running short to keen our heads above e fft/AttbO
w AG s
: and much has to be done. This water within the continued spiraling w r

conference Is designed to fulfil inflation. teo

the needs of the elderly in the Recent legislation which has r sroe / 1 1' I'
years ahead. become law In Massachusetts

State and]local: committees have revilres doctors In that State to .
been formed to channel the information include: the generic name(chemical -
needeJ to work out a* name) as well as the brand
BAL SNEAKERS SANDALS CHAIR & CHAISERENEW BOOK RACKS HI-INTENSITY
well-routlded program for final name when writing out prescription I ,,
legislation which will providethe drugs. This legislation also you sdtvt Loo ; YOU SAVE l.MMEN'S KITS YOU SAVI 1.2O LAMPSYOU
spring-board for action after calls for the establishment of a \ ,
the White House Conference Is Drug Formula Commission to SAVI 1.SO
". prepare lists of generic and brand E a Do It Yourself with 110
completed. With this in mind, a name drugs which are theraputt- feet of ploitic tubing. t '' '
meeting has been called on Sept. One kit, will renew a
caUy!] equivalent. Rep. I. Edward Fomaur Easy to oisvmbU.Dvcorotiv .
8 at 9 a.m. In the North Florida chair Two kits, will
Berlin said that this legislation Siees Mak.r CLEARANCE r. '1 and +
I. Civil Defense Building 830 Ed- was one giant step in reducingthe 6 to BETTER renew a chai.A..arl- practical In don, Modern styling, well made
wards Road. A panel has been high costs of prescription 11. ", SANDAL !' ed beautiful colors. offic or bodroom. Off(/, on and dimmer switch
formed and It Is urgent that all drugs. We sincerely hope that Sturdy y: Fashionable selection

senior citizens: make the effort the 'other 49 States will soon duck uppers. of straws '
to attend Join in the discussion[ and in ((
follow suit, Non-skid / t vinyls assorted
and prepare questions to be Comm. of Agriculture Doyle rubber soles. styles and I I I,1/ '
answered so that the next steps Connor announces that Jack P. .Cushionedinnarsole. / ( colors.eS '
can be taken as we move closerto Dodd has been named National :es 4 to 10. r r

the W.H. Conference. Chairman to investigate date- .Whit* only.BOYS'.
While these actions are for coding of dairy products. This

the future life of retired persona legislation was defeated !In the BASKETBALL IYORY PERSONAL SITE
there are bills In Con
last session of the Florida Legis
gress to aid us on the way. For lature. A start has been made SNEAKERS MEN'S MEN'SSWIM SOAP i i
,
,
Instance the Gllbert WUliamg
and maybe we will get some results WALK TRUNKS
HI A LOW TOP ,
} 'Sheriff's Solo from our newly elected -
i N f1.om': ,Riven that I, legislators when they meet InTallahas. sdtvl see : '% SNORTS ., YOU SAVI 73< +

JrcP'c;; Reddish.Sheriff. Florida: \ gj..rD..ndJ. .... .. # YOU w.'b MS y
by Mi-tun of Writ of Execution Happy Birthday greeting to
to Wit: Marion Drlscoll.Vice Mary SAVI 43<
pre.
\
Execution Issued out of r l
Small Claim Court of Bradford Allen recited a poem on Friendship +' w: r
County.- Florida, ournuantto Variety of styUs Mlh +}
: which was well received by '
a final Judgement for Owen t and fabrics Dacron Ca
t J. Phillips.' Jr. and mtnlnnt the membership. i
+
: and Cotton OSiue
Jam** Mart: In, defendant. In A proposal was made to show t prints. Ir
the amount of Sloo 00 toitether movie of the Handsom.ly Nylon str' .tch. Md
Travelogue U.S.
with cost. of collection. a ; w
to 10, styl.d in Solid colors. r
",* Rave aelxed: nnd hnvo In my by Mr. and Mrs.Verne OHnwrilch e"v
11 to 1, ethactly. o Sizes Small, A
t>o"enlon the following described volunteered
they to from me
personal property toW Jax Public get Rugged, 1'S' to d.'k z talon. W.II Medium Lerge. R

1959: I door model IT.Tl, Scr.lal Sept. 8 will Library.be a busy day for long wearing tailor.d, II XL 6 %%L. LIMIT t 1
6. ID No. A fit/\t/ 247a with
Till No S8018S. Chevrolet u, Primary Elections, a Forum
Sedani"(1909.3970)Aa i. Tag No. 131V-1000 to be held on Aging, and our cushioned Innersole. 4 AV t I

the property of the above regular meeting at I p.m. White / / 1 1AR3
named defendant and that on Joe Kerrigan
Tueertnv the 8th day of September and block. Siue rACK No 1 ,
1979/ at twelve o'clock noon a Sid. vents. I Call
on said day on the premises. of 19 to d1. Cotton. .W
the Bradford County ..1alI\ HIGH-STYLE Back
will offer for sale and sell to footwear for
'10M OUR .OTS' DIPAUMINTt Slips
the bluest bidder for cash 'In women is expensive, but the
hand the above described pro.. sensible wife can achieve the
arty of said defendant to satisfy BOYS MOCK TURTLE BOYS' LEATHER BELTS
: the aforesaid Execution. came elegant effect by digging
P. D Reddish. out her husband's old GI Palos YOU SAVI13* I / / MARSHALLAN GRILLS
P. D RsrtdUh. Sheriff shoes. :
8irdforQ County, +
'jj10,11'1 U :AOV ..
(.;J MEN'SPERMANENT fdIIi132C !

S:;:;:;:;:;S:r:;:iSS::::::::::r.tr: :::::::Trr.: ,,:,:,::,::,::.::.:.:rr, ::.::. :::)::,::.::.::::.::::.::,::.: .::.::::.x.::::::::,:::.:.::.:::::::::::::::: ::::::;:;:;::::::::::1 Sus' 22 28. 9
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: .100"0 Corson Sius. 310 8, Assorted colors. ,
.SS;fff:;:;: # PORTABLE,
!!!1! I PANTS .
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fiS e3
f ConcernedAbout '' ,.- -POSITION

} IM I I I I MAD BY;fit THI MAKIR NATION'S GRILL.CHROME \ -
4 '
NEW' No boltsto
NAT'LLY. SOLD AND
I :::: : ::.:' assemble.Simply .
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8.00 TO 10,00 A PAIR. Superbly \
ADV AT
}: } i In..rlleg
r] Your Schools? <1 tailored in th. finest, of fabrics, a combination in bracket. NI 111 '
1 <
Y, : of Dacron & Cotton. Unbelievable Quality at Brass folding,
': ': LADIES' SHIRTS LADIES' on Unbelievable Price in Sues, 28 to 42. legs. 18" diem.

1 Ii!:i if a : YOU SAVE 60t q" JAMAICA SHORTS t" 22" toll /
"
7 '' I
YOU SAVI SIC IN CARTON
f Elect ', ,
w .
? t 1 Permanent Press.

Famous Maker,
b M p Long sleeves in a Great (for summer sporting 1 / / /
: T Blaine fashionable prints, ... easy core Docron

. $ 00:; solids and ,fancies.; 6 easy wear and Jamaica. HTH GRANULATED
; Assortment of collar a Solids prints O
.j M} / styles. Sues to 16 a Si, .., 8 to ,16. CHLORINE DRUMLADIES' -- y
:{ 12 I +
: y THOMPSON :, \ goo ices LIMIT T II 1t
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:-:::}:'>' District No.1 If::rx :: FAMOUS MAKER ACRYLIC Th* n.w shinny PULLOVERS JULIETTE AM-FM CLOCK RADIOS q' e 6' 5 i

. :. rib look Hi-Fo.hion color. Sias 34 to 40. Walnut groined plotf cabmvlToUehron /
, % 0 clock mov.m nt. ,
YOU SAVI l.Ot
,
, Precision rotary drum controls. s,1NttfA1t
' He Cares Too!
-:I m. 6.1t ,
I 1
y# ryl i i 96
::;:: Blaine Thompson is a young pmgregelve'l i6sM /

:: Starke buslneasmnn!' owner of Starke Plaza Bar. @ i

,':1 ber 'Shop.x. f/ ....., ra.trnpuet.irr

q;:
;:::: He has two children He wants them to attend "-.n "

:::: the best schools possible. /:'' rasrao VINYL

: M?i B1aIne Thompson i i. concerned about our f'hI i:, OLO SPICI EAGLE 20" YOU FLIGHT

, :..:..k.I schools lie wants to do all he can to make them {M Crest A/TR LIMISHAVI ..:;::- 3 SPEED FANS 3 o: _

'? better. Yrri LOTION .5 blades, front & back safely BAGSD.
TOOTH PASTI PI ILL CONCINTRATISHAMPO anils. Baited enamel /finish.CI1ST .
'; ]j Blaine Thompson cares, and he's going to do fu 6.75 OZ. i-' 4.7S OZ. YOU SAVI 4.00

/1 :r::; something about it. m 30%. ,1
;or..::: :-:: VAlul 'a' 'y' BASEBALL & .Black a Red
t If you vote for Thompson you win strike a r' t.os VALUE lI ylov.endwhib ippL''n' ,

blow for better schools in Bradford County. t! ''i uevR sat 1.09' GLOVE SETS boi eiel L""u

Blaine Thompson has Teen attending School # :i

Board Meetings for several months because he pjij*: / t

la. concerned. |:jj:::| Three packet an* suiter
: Continental handle. 1
Member Lawtey PTA. fPd.< Pol. Mr.', J|Ej Mesh l body tipper with '

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XUTO SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES dr for ATTORNEY GENERAL DEM.

add"F ,
BRASINGTON Johnson& Paris, Inc.

CADnXAO. OLDSMOBUJESALKS SEEDS PLANTS let's have FRIDAY 7 week
", .' .: SK&VICB: luecUeMea-Pat 8.v.Uaa days a
VIM. BaleeUM .< Uw4 Cars FERTILIZERS .
TakM Om Catmaa Trades We Heat FerUU r Spread* Paid for by Friends of Friday |
MM N.W.,Uth Fh. STS-tMl UC N.W. gth Ph. 1'JI.M1' .
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GLASS
Barkley Motors, Inc.TOYOTA .

LIDDELL for Proven Leadership .

4 wheel drtrt and eats Glass Company Re-elect
Sales Parts '. Service And Continued Progress Let's
Clean Used Toyotas "OlaM For Every 1"upoM"store a. r ,
1700 IT. Main 878-1288' Fronto-Mlrrors
Tub Enclosure -Shower*
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Furniture Tops Olia Replaced -

VARHEYLLincoln Mercury NEW LOCATION k + M !1k r RALPH C. lYRE

UZI So. Main Gainesville k
I'Iwltl
DOlMEN'S
1101'H. Main\' Gainesville : .
.e' t.Mti .rwd
1% WEARSTAG'N TOURREPRESENTATIVE

_, I Of] Out of The Post i iOne 1

Mernn-Cn.-.conuDelltaI DRAG FROM BAKER BRADFORD. CLAY, COLUMBIA NASSAU UNION COUNTIES
Mark m-Eaiteh Ford i
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Griffin Sill .
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Cleanest treed Car ATafliable1 of the architectural"curiosities" circulation of air for maximum
.
Arrow Shirt-Plmskelm SheFormal
TEM
In Bradford coolness. SPEAKER PRO
I. ReatalaLadles County; .IB this old fashioned Mrs.Johns lived on this place
Beauty AcademyPOWELL'S Sportswear "Dairy" shown In picture tak- since she moved there at the
2 STORES-IS W.UNIVERSITY en several years ago at the age of nine with her parents,
and GAINESVILLE MAIL "old home place" of Mrs.Miriam the late Vernon and Mlssle t Dedicated to the proposition th t oil people ,
MOBILE HOMES Johns near New River. Sapp, until about four years and: old rich nn'S! poor are entitled to ,
Beauty AcademyLearn The little frame structure ago when she left to make young! ,
was used to keep milk cool her home with her daughter, an effective sincere nnfl aggressive voice in
ft Profe *lon Xa Tour MUSIC In the days before refrigerators Mrs. Oscar Crosby In Starke. our State Legislature.
Spare Time. Full or Part Time and allow the cream to The old farm place Is now
219 N.W. 10th 873788 rise. It was constructed up owned by Dempsey R. Sapp
off the ground to: allow free of Gainesville, who uses It for
ELECTRIC MOTORS BALDWIN pasture. _
S L-' Sponsor of The Home Rule Bill To Bring Local Government

Motor ELECTRIC Repair Co. "at.MUsw.! Stamps Job IncentiveFor Attendance My Neighbors Close to The People

Production employes of a
Of aalnearffle, IM. OTffle Shopping' Ctr. STWJM Chrysler Corp., plant are be- M0P'
100 For Old
Percent Age Asalliance -
Wer For Better
ing awarded trading stamps PAINT Work Diligently
Repairing Rewinding A Man Who Will Continue tot
New and UedtUf for perfect attendance.An ment 01 All The nth District.
Work for Greater Interest In 100 Percent For Higher ft Better
N. W. l Forestry And Agriculture EducationFlorida
In
To Be By Referendum.
trading stamps for working
.
100 Percent For Total Repre-
Farm and Industrial Long Distance Mvlng every month.weekday For of succeeding a given '. Work For County City And Work For $ Value For Each sentation.
Equipment every State Employees And Their In- 100 Percent For Greater Improvements
Storage Faeklag month in which he doesn't Tax Dollar.
rests. 100 Percent For Homestead At Our Junior
Crating -Shlppicjr miss a workday the employewill
Give Total Representation. Colleges ft Roads In All Of
Santa Fe Tractor, Free Eitlmataa CaD receive 300 trading Exemption.:
The 17th District.
FORD HILL'S stamps. And for six monthsof (Pd. Pol. Adv.)
I perfect attendance a
Farm Tractors fc Implements
USED: EQUIPMENT: Van Service, Inc. worker will get 3.200 stamps.It "Let's do J.tl"!
BAUDS PART acttviUs) I just might be possible
4488 N. W. 6th 3762548OAINESVILI.W. I 3540 N.E. Waldo Rd. C'vIO that the family would help
F" *. S1J.U'11'lWJI the breadwinner get to workon

1'1..u. ..... .. ... stamps.time if they save trading
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Beasley Best For Bradford : All 100 seats



"W 'INJ in the United states .


r ,.. 1 FLORIDA HOUSE OF Senate are the same size.m



y : ,. REPRESENTATIVESl"h The men who fill I them are not.



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ICI ; ; 1 I I "Ilqu +I r WIPtI

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r 14 Years experience in Dealing:

I with the Florida Legislature.

,III ,' dl
Knows the Problems of this Dis-

trict, and knows the most ag-

gresive way in which to enact l l ;

Legislature to help solve them.


Florida cannot afford to settle for less than Farris Bryant's experience: S-term Legislator Speaker of the House.
Les Beasley will be your full time Representative Governor of Florida Governors'Liaison with the White House Director. U.S. Office of Emergency"Planning
(your present Representative failed to vote more than Member. U.S. National Security Council (approved by Senate for this Position) e U.s. Representative to NATO.
500 times during the 1970 Session and received full Senior Committee.
time pay out of your pocket. )
the
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Can you afford part time service for full, time pay? I '-
Les Beasley promises full time service looking after no time
and pushing forward for the best Interests for the 16th foronthejobtraining

pistrlot DI JUl11for

Les Beasley Is not a young crusader but, a pratlcal
businessman, who will work hard for the interests of theUnited
every. family In the 16th District.He r

States
will work for the Interests of State employees

who are underpaid In oomparlslon to today's high cost .';,. Senate
,of living.4l. .
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A Legislator must keep In touch with the people, .'.. t HELP ELECT FARRIS BRYANT Ithw by wok,1 tip;
.lI. '
will wok In
contribution. If you the campaign
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tai to know what the people want and need. I propose t nod your nun and addntt to local h *dquartenahown. '..'f1\,\", .
to spend at least one day each month In each county-' .' 1 Make checks payable to Bqrant Campaign 3 '
seat in the district, to know first hand at all l8RYANT140Woau.&SENATE 1
times how I can; be of greatest service. JOHN TORODE

a Starke, Fla.
Les Beasley pledges aggressive quality legislation tx
1
with dignity and'1n egrity. I ".un. 1

'J: A09u9tPHONS!. 1
Yes LeA Is Best For BradfordAs ;. >' :. I 1 .
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16TH DISTRICT COMPRISED OF BAKER, BRADVOV' .;... CLAY lM/MaMl5Ju.... 4N/MWM0"Mtt.usrw -MntJI.. c...,..

:COLUMBIA.: NASSAU AND UNION COUNTIES, : .., .
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Reno RallyTo = -i Legion Changes


BeHeld f Community I Meeting Date r---.J..r

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[ At the regular meeting of the
At Rec Center
I II | American Legion Post 56 on AugI STARKE, FLORIDA'
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list 25 the membership voted to
A political rally and fish supper I I I cancel the next scheduled meeting -

Recreation will be held Center at the Saturday Reno o, News I I| and county on September; elections.8 due to city; I GENERAL ADULT EDUCATION EVENING CLASS SCHEDULE .. '

night, sponsored by the Reno I I Post 56 meets each second and The following schedule la for the general adult education classes =I'and .

community; according to announcement By Elizabeth Given Walker fourth Tuesdays at 8 rxm. in CEO testing; periods. The ;year has been arranged for three trimesters.

by Herman John a I l the National Guard Armory'720 If ;you wish to take a course you; should enter the class during the first I
son. .._ -----
--!*---- --- Edwards Road. "Veterans and ..
two weeks of the trimester in which you wish to attend. If enrollment does
followed Serving by will speaking start.at from 4:30:the, SCHOOL NEWS Friday night at the home of guests Commander are always welcome." I not Justify a class, it will be discontinued for that trimester and reopenedfor i
Sarah Prince. Saturday W.B. said.
porch .of the Recreation Center School bells will ring fox Mrs. will Scoggins the next one on the schedule. Registration fee is $1.50 per t rimes tear.
the Ushers Board
the 1970-71 term at 8 p.m. night I Classes will be held from 7100 to lOiOO p.m. II
at
730. Tuesday Sept. 8. All students sell dinners in the kitchen. -
AU City; State and County; will be welcomed back to classes. Sunday School teachers will la County Jmim.'. Conw I. I I8.
Bradford County.:: TRIMESTER IRegistration
Ass For
candidates are invited to speak hold their monthly conference .....
at this time. Adults Interested In continuing Saturday at 6 p.m. The monthly In re: Estate of I* D. Via, I
their study for a high- Board Meeting will be held Inc. Deceased.. ; ... .... ._._.... ... . ... ....... September 1970

ft r. 1'110 Clrenit.; :: :.... Je.."itt, school diploma or for Job improvement at 8 p.m. All officers and members Notice creditor To CreditorsAll of .. D. Vine Beginning Date..... .... ... ... .. ......... ..September I''*, 1970

.,........ Clrrclt Of Flnvlite. !. >> are asked to call are asked to please be Inr. deceased.. while who died residentof on 2 CEO Tasting. ...... .... ... ... ... .. ..... ... October 12-16 1970 I.
10. a
July 170.
Slade Rated AM For Civil Bradford Action Cesmtr; the Vo-Tech Center. 964-6105. present and on time. Rev. Williams Bradford County. Florida Last day of trimester I.... ... ... .. .._.... ..November 25, 1970 .

Case No.Rorace for Information. Classes will has returned from his are notified file that they ala-lms are re-or Thanksgiving Holidays; .__. ..... .. .... .. ... ...November 26 & 27, 1970
aired to any
Top Place In his Sanders wife. and Plaintiff.vs. Estherlenders. be organized In Reno U enough vacation. emsdids. that they may. have
,. The men of Greater Bethle- Of
Defendant people register
Adoption ECountynJudge
atlai thee of I
Notice Of Suit No Property hem Free Will Baptist Church of "
GOP PrimaryA TO: Mary. nnchael Wrownln Bradford County. Florida. In COURSE "NIGHTS COURSE "WIGHTSM I
You .are hereby. notified that. DELL CHAPTER OES will sell breakfasts to families the Courohouoe at Starke.Florida .
Msbeen on Sunday Sept. 13. The menu within six calendarmonths
Adoption
action for Dell Chapter 168 will hold .
Starke "native son" is generally fin filed: aralnst you and you Its regular monthly meeting will consist of grits ham eggs flrt publication from the date this of No the AMERICAN HISTORY M. W. GENERAL: SCIENCE: M, W. .

conceded by political observers of are your r.Qulred written to serve defen a_...copy. If tonight (Thursday) Sept.3. at toast, butter jelly orange Juice tice. Each. claim. or demand filed I AMERICANISM VS COMMa TueedayM HIGH SCHOOL REVIEW T, TH. I
k. the plaintiff's attorney and coffee. All members and must be In writing and : ENGLISH W MATHEMATICS M, W
to be out in front for the any to on and ad. 8 p.m. in the Masonic Hall on In duplicate and must state ,
Reoublican nomination as can- dress ,. whose Honorable' name Oeorfre H.Pierce Brownlee St. All members are friends are invited to cooper- the .place. of residence. .and I GENERAL EDUCATION. T, TH,
didate for State Treasurer In aO .2011 North TempleAvenue. and asked to please be present and ate in this activity.; poet ant and office be address sworn of to th..el..lm-by the I
Florida
next Tuesday's Republican pri file the original Starke.with the cleric on time. Mount Plsgah AME Church claimant. his agent or his attorney i VOCATIONAL-TECHNICAL EVENING CLASSES
mary. If is his first state-wide Of the above ntvled court on Rev. George Young pastor.) Sun- or It will become voidaccording

political bid after six years of Uierwlse or before a September Judpjom..nt 14.may 1970 hentered : CHURCH ACTIVITIES day School. 10 a.m. Morning Dated this to 17th I law.day of Aug.pat. i COURSE NIGHTS I Ii

service in the Florida Legis avalnst. you for the' Ebenezer Baptist Church Service at 11. Evening Service SA.c D rl':70i.ou':

lature part of that time as minor relief plaint, or demanded petition In the com Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. Sunday 6:30.Pleasant Visitors Grove always United welcome.Methodist CHARLIEIILOU VININGtExecutrix i AUTOMOTIVE MECHANICS.., .. .... ._._ .. ...... .. .. .. .. ..... .. ... . T, TH, !

ity; whip in the Senate. seal:Wltn.of said my Court hand on and August the start School the at 9:45: which will Church, Rev. L.J. Perkins X*FPr'.t V t[of; the Estate d. of BOOKKEEPING. .... ._ ...., ...._.. ...... .... .. .. . ... .. ... .. . M, W,

The son of Mr. and Mrs. T.H. 14 1970. the day.church The anniversaryfor rally will pastor. 1970.George publication on AufuatXT. i PERSONAL TYPING..... ... ... ........ .. .. .. .. ..._ ....... .. ... M, U, i

Slade of Starke Senator Slade (SEAL Inman.) D. Oran terminate. Captains for the rally Mount Moriah United Church H. Pierce.. Atty. RADIO TELEVISION REPAIR... .......___..... .. ... .. .. ... .. T, TH, .

was first elected to the Florida A* Clerk. of said Court. are Mrs. 1. Davis Mrs. Rev. L.J. Perkins pastor. P.6tarke.O. Drawer Fla.. 1030 I REFRIGERATION & AIR CONDITIONING .. ._. .. .. .. . ... .. .. .. .. .. M, W, ;

House in 1962 at the age of 26. By Beulah Deputy M.Clerk MoodyAS Louise Jackson, and Mrs. Ra- Church School 10 a.m.Morning I-IT ft t.n SEWING..... ........ .. ....... ... .._ .... .. .. .. ... .. .. .. ... T. TH!, .

Since then he has received two e-so 4t t1O nell English. All members are Service at 11. LEGAL i TYPING AND SHORTHAND .. ... ... .... ... .. ... . .. .. . .. .. s .. .. T, TH, I
awards from Greater Allen Chapel AME NOTICE: .
the state's news asked to please cooperate with
media for being an outstanding A.4 Vary Bradford*.i1.e'. ,Cos)Ceaaty.a. *::*, .a. this activity; Bible Class will Church Rev. C.E. Jenkins pas any I will debts. not Incurred be responsible by .anyone for :: The following courses will be offered if there is enough demand for i

member of the legislature and .. be held tonight ('Thursday). All tor. Sunday School 10a.m.Love other than. myself. Dated this the class. Please contact the Center at 964-6150 if ;you are Interested.ART .
A.
In r.: Estate of Malaolm Feast service at 11. Communion of 1870. Bl.
has also been included In the members are asked to please Hth day Ausust nd >
Oault. DeceasedNotice Annette I Stewart. i
list of Outstanding Young Men To Creditors cooperate with these activities. will be given In the 6 1-17 *tp t-10 DRAFTING
in America. He was elected to the All creditors of Malcolm A. Greater Bethlehem Free Will p.m. service. ;
Senate Oault. deceased. who died on New Hope Baptist Church BEGINNING :BAND HORTICULTURE LAWN &: GARDEN
while a residentof Baptist Church Rev. Jasper Elect
July 22. 1170.
1967 (speciialRReapoportionment Bradford County. Florida.. Williams pastor. Monday night Rev. L.W. Mosely pastor. Sun- BUILDING TRADESCONVERSATIONAL: PEACE OFFICER TRAINING ((200 Hour) i
Election) are notified that they are re- day School 10 a.m. Morning Jr. SPANISH SMALL GAS ENGINES
and again in 968. Choir No. 1 rehearsal. Tues Maurice Edwards
d.mandsothatntheyy rim ha ve.gamut day night Choir No. 3 and Service at 11. Afternoon service DATA PROCESSING & COMPUTER PROGRAMMING WELDINGSIRLOIN J

Although born In Albany Ga., of the his Estate:County In Judge the" Office of Ushers Board No. 2. Wednes- 3 p.m. Clerk of Court eeNee...eN..eeNNN.Ie..NeN..NNeeeN..Ne..Ne.N.Ne.e..ee.e.es. .
Sen. Slade spent his early yearsin Bradford County. Florida\ In day night Prayer Meeting.
Starke where he graduatedfrom the Florida. .Courthouse within six. calendar.81 rite.' Thursday night Story Hour at .----------------------------------- ------------------- -------- ----,

high school. He completed month from the date. of the. the church. The Ladies Circle AGAR
his higher education at Emory first publication of this Notice will meet Thursday
night at
University; His affiliations Include must. Bach be In wrltlnaand claim. or filed demand in the home of Mrs. Ducans- : ; ; CANNED

and Rotary Marketing Navy League Executives Sales place( of,residence and. and. post the office Lawtey. Prayer, Band will meet

address of the 1 11 1
claim
YMCA Florida Homes State and Builders JacksonvilleArea Assn. and sal: be his sworn agent to or by his the attorne:: tm County -.r....'. Court In HAMS
... 1 1 1
Chamber of Commerce. or It will,. become void accord 4Fla.In AnFor. Bra.n. Count/- 1 FOOD

'"Sated this.w. 11th day of Aug- re: Estate of 1.. D. Vln- 1 I aONlUSI.ALLMIAT.NOWASJI 1
Sen. Slade is married to the A. tns.; Deceased.. BONELESS SHOULDERSTEAKS '
"IV UlP'mtlra.: Oault. A-k-a Notice To ProbateThe ; ;
former Corliss (Corky) Mulllns William E. Oault.. Sr. State. Of FloridaTo $ 69
of Fort Pierce and they reside Executor of the Estate of All Person. Interested In '
deceased.Oeorie The Estate. of The Above .
Malcolm A. Oault. 3 FAIR
in Jacksonville.His H. Pierce. ......tty.P. Named Decedent. : CANCHUCK ;
.
O. Drawer 1090 You are notiflo that a writ 1 1 1
Instrument purporting to
father, T.H. Slade Sr., Is Stark. Flo.' 1.17C Ml be ten the last Will of the dece 1 I ,,,_ _---- ----__ 1
an area chairman for his son's has been muted to pro-
co..t7"-. Curt la gsnt In this Court. ; SUPERMARKETS
campaign in Bradford and neighboring fa .
commanded wnhlnIT
A.., re Bradford' Ceaaty:: You are
counties. calendar. months from the
F'ln re: Estate of Malcolm A. date of the first publicationof I
this Notice to appear In
Oault. Deceased.Notice Of Probate. this Court and. show cause It I FOOD FAIROUAUTY $
posslble, why action In this CLOSED I
FloridaTo
The ..Tlt. Of in Court In admitting ,the Will I 1/ '
... Pernone Interested 1
Estate. Of The Abova.N..m.1I to probate. should not stand R 0 AST LABOR DAY
The ,. unrevoked. I US OtPF Of AG lCUim RE_ 1 1 1
You ar'nVt l.d. that writ- (8> Theron JudgeFirst A. Yawn I GRADED MON., SEPT. 7th.

benthe: ".r laNeWllcuot: the dect0 County publication August IT. I

dent has been Court.admitted to probate i/l0.. '.27 4t 9.2 Tftaaaaa II U.S.S CHOICE : : PRICISOOODTHROUOH

TOil In are this commanded withindg ...... 1 1 11I.58e I WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 9th. 1

I' calendar. month from the of I L B I ; quantity rights .....rvod.I .
date. of the first publication In this or APPLICATION' I
this notice to... appear_. If posiible. FOR TAX DKUUec. 11 I
c..u
Court 1L"N.
why.the action of thl- 104.IH. F. a.
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the Will Notice Is hereby given that
Court In admlttlns Mrs. J. W Huleey
I not stand
r to probate should the hold.r of the following
u"ra"nk.d. certificates. has. filed said certificates
(S) Theron A. TawnF" for a tax deed to be SLICED HIAT AND SERVIFRIED
? ttrpubUUcatlon r Aurust JT.M7 Issued. thereon The certificate.
numbers .and years of Issuance. AMERICAN FISHSTICKS
t-1'I' the description of the property.
COMPLETE! LIT it
NOW and the names In which It was CHEESE STEAK
An assessed are as follows:
entirely new
of Issuance .
Certificate No. 105 Year '
translation in the 1968Decrlptlon $
of Property> BEG AT tag 2 89 <
language of today. NW cor of 5-A Tract In !SB ror
YOU' t of NEV4 of 8B'i, S Iff. E 1238 .
Standard Editionin CAN'T GO I EEC ft. :N-6S-J2E 1T6W' 1S36' to FOB.

one volume Name In which assessed. Mid
The Qld and New State Homes. Inc.
Testaments $8.95 WRONG WITH All of said property being In
the County of Bradford. Stateof
With the Apocrypha Florida.
$995 Unless. such certificate or certificates RED DART v n MONU FORMULA STURDY WHITEPLATES

WE HAVE COPIES'SEE WilsonWright cording to shall I.......the be property r..d.emed"e.. described PEAS ORROSCDALE

): US TODAY! In such certificate or .. ..... vLIM 4O9WALDORF
certificates. will be. sold to the
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4-H Rodeo JV OffenseIs Grid ction Norman,
.
Rally
Set Lawtey Roberts .
Monday SharpJunior (Continue:} from Page One)

Something b'eW-' -will be addedto which he feels Is behind the Continued from Page One)

ther'Labor Day holiday in offense. This is the oppositeway He '
Draws Crowd interest. will
genuine answer
Varsity Football Coach
9tarke the
next Monday when
things usually are, but
everybody "not Just
,
John Allen to a
said
that "the
first 'Little Britches Rodeo, offense
the Tornadoes have been putting! "
sponsored local 4-H Clubs looks good," and has /sdlect few
by
will at the Brad- high praise for Steve Stock in long hours perfecting their Betwenn 400-500 persons at- $l0egislatorrinmember to last Tfie Incumbent promised to
offense and passing
ford Talrgrounds land 96-pound halfback. game. tended the first political rallyof a vote his conviction to the best
at2 p.m. Coach Allen called Strickland The defense Is coming around the local: campaign SaturdayIn session; Beasley said, "skingifShaw Interest of all.
The M. "events will Include "one of the finest pass receivers r'h slowly however. It will get Lawtey sponsored by the could be proud of that Roberts, the challenger this
bronc ricting,steer decorations!, you'll find anywhere." plenty of work in the next few Methodist Men. facC time said business experienceIs

bull riding;, buddy plck-uo. calf Steve, while being on the receiving weeks. David Hurse is a believer Two hundred spaghetti dinners It Is "nothing more than the needed to enable a man to
roping, clover leaf girls goat end of passes will also in the philosophy that U were sold. The old straw- man's duty" to fight to protect serve as a "good" county com
tying, girls greasy pig and do his share of throwing them you don't get scored on youdon't berry wharf at Lawtey, where the small counties' race missioner with such complex
pole bending if time permits.A along with first stringer Eddie get beat. the event was held, was filled track funds. Beasley said. Issues as consolidation facingthe
trophy and three ribbons Hazen and Tim Crews. The Tornadoes won't prepare and the grounds around It filled Bradford voters need full- county.; )'
will be presented in each event "A real good week of prac- like a game for the Jamboree. when the speaking began. time man In the legislator "This time the county cannot
and two high point trophies tice" was observed by Coach They are going to have a live Every candidate: in the county; Beasley said, claiming Shaw affort a medicore county commissioner -
donated by William's Allen This first week was scrimmage this afternoon and races spoke at the rally. missed more than 500 oppor- I think my record
Jewelry. will be given to the mainly aimed to get the boys Hurse will treat the Jamboreelike District 16 candidates. Rep. tunities to vote in the last points up the fact that I'm not
two high point riders. back in shape, with this Mon- Just another day's prac- Gene Shaw and challenger Les session while taking time off medicos" Roberts a Lawtey
tice. The Hnrse
day being their first practicein c will Jamboree, says Beasley. spoke. Dlst. 17 State to look after his personal af- native on home grounds Saturday
the
The show is open to youths full pads. wli..f9 give boys some good Rep. Ralph Tyre did not appear fairs.The> stated.
from 6 to 19 years of age and Other standouts this week game type experience and give or have a spokesman, but record reveals that Shaw Roberts Is manager and part
contestants are asked to call were Leroy Davis and David Toward Cleaner RoadsidesThese the how the coaches a is chance to see his challenger was represented was not present to vote againstthe owner of H.C. Wall Insurance
team
4-H Program Debbie Mowry Newham at tackle. Steve Register Jelling.So at the rally although he did cane pole fishing license Agency and he and his wile
at Hampton, the Agricultural at center Ken Fuqua and enterprising youths President J.E. Tomlinson. It his 1970 far Hurse said Tuesday, not appear in person. that he supported a tax exemp- Nancy, operate Nancy's Flowers
have
Building in Starke, or Sandra Robin Parrish at guard, Eddie cleaned Starke area roadsidesof won't always be picking up beer gridders looked There was also a speaker for tion for a whiskey distillerythat in Starke. Norman is an
Mlilldn at Keystone Heights before Hazen at quarterback, Ronny "dead" beer cans and made cans but one litter project will describes"surprisingly good. The coach Chuck Hall, candidate for governor cost the state $40 million employee of the duPont com-
himself "well
Sunday to sign up. and Ricky Hall at halfbacks and money doing it Saturday as they relate to the others he says. fied" with satis from Miami, John To- dollars, Beasley claimed. pany's Highland plant In the
Joey Thomas at fullback. collected half a cent per can progress to date, rode, local Shell oil dealer and Beasley promised to be a chemical department.The .
I High hopes are also ridingon from the Clvltan Club. .but two he weeks is happy there is over former state road board member fulltime legislator, and pledgedto burden of high taxes is
a new member of the team 5,601 cans were collected, of drilling to be under former Gov. Farris spend one day per month in felt by everybody,Norman said.
301DRIVftIN Donald Keys a former mem- enough to overflow a city; dump School Race done .before his charges meet Bryant spoke for Bryant's can- each county. He promised to favor conser
perennial foes
ber of the track team. truck as boys brought in cans Sept. 18.Hurse. Baker County on didacy for the U.S. Senate. Robert Fletcher in speak- vative and constructive operation -
The J.V. is now beginning from 2-5 p.m. Saturday. Starke's Rep. Gene Shaw who ing for Gov. Candidate Chuck of government, noting his
vigorous training for its first Such litter clearing projectsmay CandidatesMake said Tuesday he takes his speaking style; from Hall of Miami, a newcomer In stand against increasing taxesin
game Sept. 17 against Eastside. become a permanent deal thought his charges would looka former Sen. Charley E. Johns state politics said Hall is interested the budget preparation last
Coach Allen has high regards for the Clvltans, according to little sluggish at this point, told the Lawtey crowd he has in the tax structureand month.
for Eastside and expects themto TalkTimes but the Tornadoes have looked "worked hard to be a good In ad valorem taxes. Floridians Norman pointed to his effort
Show Begins At Sundown be one of the toughest teams his players are freshmen and "real quick" so far. representative." He wasn't e- who own homes pay a to establish a drainage authority

this year. only about 10 players are ex- The coach's pleasure extends lected on false promises, Shaw burden to supply facilities to In the county; "I believe -
THURS. FKI. SAT.
With 10 or II of our best perienced.The even to his sophomores. "So said. tourists, Fletcher said. Mayor in drainage" he said,
SEPT. 3, 4, 5 sophomores playing on our undermanned 1970 junior varsity ros- are changing, District far the ones we've got to counton Shaw said he fought for the Hall's idea Is to tax tourists but added the county; has been
Triple Feature Program Varsity squad, the ter is: 2 school board candidate Julian are coming through" He small counties to retain their a small amount to alle- told by its'attorney that the
JV team will be an Inexper- CenterSteve Register 180 McRae says; what worked two named end Randy; Casklns line- racing tax funds and for a viate some of the advalorem County Commission has no
ienced one. Coach Allen says Ibs. Greg Douglas, 139 Ibs. or three years ago won't now.' backer Brad Carter tackle David fair distribution of those funds. taxes, he stated. authority to establish a drain-
The ROUGHEST RIDE that approximately 2/3rds of GuardsRobin Parrlsh. 131 The Starke Insuranceman Is McCutchen. rover back Ma- He said he helped the state's Chuch Hall is interested in age commission. That's left to

Ibs. Greg Reddish 135 Ibs. challenging veteran School lachi Henry safety Gray Flynn, elderly for the first time in the state's small counties, the people Norman said.
IN TOWN! Marshall Cloversettle, 141 Ibs. Board Chairman H.A. Lawson linebacker Vernon Barber. The 20 years, by getting $832,000more Fletcher, as indicated by the Norman also pointed out he
Greg Starling, 150 Ibs. Harold who Is seeking his fifth term. sophomores have looked especially in old age assistance.Salaries fact that his running mate, Pat is as familiar as anyone with
A chick JacksonvilleBusiness Archer, 137 Ibs. Charles Crawford Speaking at the Lawtey political good defensively, the Tor- at the Lake BuUer prison Thomas Is from a small coun- the condition of the county's;
with 146 Ibs. rally Saturday night; Law- nado mentor says. reception center have been doubled ty. roads. "The county doesn't have
't stood Veterans Tim Murphey Jim- since he's been In office In for Farris
TackleDavid 180 son on his record. speaking Bry-
an itch Newham the the money labor or equip-
foraction Ibs. Ken Fuqua, 170 Ibs. Le- my Alvarez Danny Jackson, the Bradford representative ant, Torode stated that top ment to do a proper Job on
roy Davis 159 Ibs. Stanley No outstanding Issues were Gene Harris, Lennard Register pointed out. political figure In the United drainage," Norman said,pointIng -
Hammon 149 Ibs. raised by any candidate. Marty Meng Dean Johns In 1969 Shaw said he passeda States used to be the presi- to that as the major reason
L EndSteve Strickland,110 Ibs. McRae 42, promised to ap- and Dale Johns have been doIng bill for the "poor people who dent with the U.S. senate running for the condition of the roads.
Junior Keys 146 Ibs. Randy; ply the same business approach a good Job so far. These have been rooked" referringto second. Now he says, the Roberts pointed out that the
DirectoryAuto Hodges 142 Ibs. Ulysses Dom- in running the schools as he boys have the experience and a bill he introduced regulating senate has been surpassed in commodity foods program was
mon, 143 Ibs. Keith Tetstone does in the Insurance business. must perform for the Torna- the home repair racket that Importance by the U.S.Supreme installed during his term on the q

128 Ibs. James Sewell. 144 Ibs. Lawson said he has been con does to be a real threat, the has said flourished here. But Shaw Court. commission, 1962-66; an additional -
Randy Scogglns, 154 Ibs. John nected with the school system coach points out. he did not "buddy up" to Farris Bryant thinks that supreme county agent was employed -
t- Sales and Service Hall, 150 Ibs. in Bradford County for 36 years, Juniors who have shown up the liquor or Insurance indus- court Justices should be and agriculture cen-

QuarterbackEddie Hazen, 20 of that on the board, and 16 well are Charles Wright, FareIon try."I've worked hard to be able required to be re-elected by ter was built.

Parrish MotorsSALES 116 Ibs. Tim Crews. 136 Ibs. without pay. McClellan, and Kelly For- to return and ask for vote re-approved by the Senate instead All this was done without an ,
S BacksJoey Thomas, 155 Ibs. syth. Both Wright and McClellan Shaw your of getting a life-time ap- increase In taxes and the board '
again said he's
ilJEKMr Earl Wilkerson, 170 Ibs. Ron- The past five years with have nailed down shots on proud of the record, stating he's built pointment, Torode said.US30I was still able to transfer over
nie Hall, 126 Ibs. Rickey Hall, crisis after crisis a was four-laned In $75,000 into
In school the starting team. Forsyth and will a reserve fund to
continue to do
I SLATE MUM ROARKE JOCUIN LANE SERVICE 129 Ibs. Henery Nickol, 157 desegregation have been the running back, has been ham- Job if re-elected. a good Bradford County andontoOcalaunder use for emergencies, the for-
mn American Initnuoicnml Pw.:..n19O9 PARTS Ibs. Billy BIgham 132 Ibs. Stan most trying of his entire career pered by injured shoulder Saying he approached them Gov. Bryant's adminis- mer commissioner stated. He
Am.wcan'International PlctuwPLUS Reddish, 135 Ibs. Steve Strick- Lawson said. He said is beginning to take part in "with all modesty and humbleness tration, Torode pointed out.Un- noted the motor vehicle Inspection -
land, 96 Ibs. Joey Bakken 112 he knows "the school situation drills again. He is expectedto ," challenger Les Beal-- til work began of SR-16 recently station was built with the
Always Good Used Can Ibs. David Loper, 126 Ibs. Ear- from the top to bottom." be ready for the first game ley told the crowd that ShawIs that was the last major road capital outlay funds he men-
121 Laura St. Ph. 336-55 nest Cowart, 81 Ibs. Preston and could play a lot of ball. his building project in BradfordCounty. boned )J
running record and
This vias Bennett 105 Ibs. and Ronnie Lawson pointed out that the Halfback Larry Hicks has shown he believed on the .
shouldbe
people
the RUMBLE ELECTRIC MOTORS Klllbe, 100 Ibs. federal and state governments improvement in blocking late- fully appraised of that re Farris Bryant "will continueto
supply most of Bradford's $3 ly too. cord. be a good neighbor to us," of the course at the term he
that ROCKED million-plus school budget. Levy Lennon Bob Dyal.Stan He hit at the legislative Torode said.Reports should still be evaluated very
Las Vegas! PEAVY Brothers I Dojr Causes: Pinching two fingers together ley Crawford,Donnie Crawford, increase, saying it went from pay of speeches of all carefully," DIggs has Instructed
to show a minute portion, Law- and Wayne Lambus also have $1,200 local candidates can be found his faculty.At \)
Electric Co. per year to $12,000 a
the deadliest gamble ever dared son asked the Lawtey audience: looked good this past week. 1.000 per cent Increase. It cost elsewhere in this issue of The -- the middle school.PrIn-
Car: WreckTwo
flip odds are against I the hou Electric MotorsSold Tim Murphey and Dean Johns Telegraph. cipal Richard Jockel explains, ;'
when bet violence "What do you do when you continue to battle for the startIng -- the philosophy of individualized i
you against Serviced Repaired supply this much of the funds quarterback spot. Both are Instruction will remain the '
d Pdvoflln millions'' Generators Starters Armature 19-year-old Bradford and they put up everything else? throwing well and getting their District 4 Clerk's same. However, walls have
Rewinding drivers tangled their automo- You do what they tell you to timing down much better. sprang up in the vast 33,000
HELL'S'ANGELS 4044 Lenox Jax. 387-2528 biles north of Brooker on SR- do." Most of the money the Whichever boy Is not at quar- Race. square foot building.The .
235 when one swered to avoida school board receives is ear- terback is likely to be catch- County Bd. middle school is goingin

PIANOS dog but neither youth was marked by either the state or Ing passes from the other asa (Continued from Page One) for depar'tmentallzatlanJoer,
I Ii injured federal government, Lawson wideout. kel says. Instead of five teams
IJ said. Running backs Jimmy Alvarez Race QuietThe each teaching all subjects to
Cecil Eugene Melvin Brook 1
,
YAMAHA: PIANOS Dale Johns, Brad Carter pitched his entire speech on a
CONN and KIMBALL er, In a 1967 Mercury was Lawtey's District 1 three-way and Malachi Henry will all low key, speaking so softly the the school same will group have of math students and,
ORGANS passing Ronald Payton Grlggs, school board has been low key play a lot of football Hurse District 4 county commission It was difficult to hear him. science N
Kingsley, on SR-235 north of so far and stayed that way indicates. The coach Is quite race has been quiet "Everything I've ever madeis departments for exam
ple. Students will
Brooker when the"wreck oc- Thursday night. Closest thing certain that Kelly Forsyth will so far and the candidates said in Bradford County and my move from
department to the
cured. to stepping on each others toes also play ball once his shoulder the Lawtey political Interests are all in Bradford department,
No charges were filed in the was promises by challengers heals. raallyat to bring it from County," Maurice Edwards Jr. same as changing classes.
accident. Blaine Thompson and Arthur Experience In the backfield behind the scenes. told the Lawtey audience. This saves on teachers, e- 1,

Gaskins to attend all school is most evident, Hurse says. Harold E. Waters E.W. Hodges Knowing the people qualifieshim Itself quipment, and money, and lends

EZERASE TYPEWRITES board meetings. Those boys, such as Tim Mur- and Eddie Allen, were bidding for the clerk's Job, Edwards Jockel to better organization,
It also lends itself
PAPER Mlmeo Paper. Bon phey, the two Johns, and Jim for the seat of the retir- said. He promised to says.
Paper. Notebook Fillers.' Incumbent H.B. CBuster)Ben- my Alvarez, who have played ing Mrs Jessie Chastaln. remember that the clerk's Job to more privacy but at
nett stated that he has strivenin belongs to the people. the same time the big mater-
Bradford football and have game exper- Waters spoke first Saturday
( u II KIMHAJ.I "SWINfJER"; County Tol.srarrb. the past four years to ience now know instinctivelywhat and made the shortest speechof Mrs. Margie Dowling, only ials center will be Just as
ORGANS quality education and upgradingof to do. "They don't haveto the night. The Hampton area woman in the race, said the close and available to studentsas
RooseveUlall3888519: Bradford's school system.He stop and think," the coach resident making his first try clerk's office needs a person it has been.
.IM9 American'mtevnav m*Picture-. EDMONDSONLandclearing said the term he servedon points out.Hurse at political office, said he has experienced In business. She To assist students In gettingto
-AND- """ the school board will enable feels his Juniors and made no promises "except to has gained that background in proper class next Tues-
WESTERN STORE him to become a better sophomores have much poten- do for one Just as much as operating her produce market day, list of students will be
'*" BULLDOZING board member. tial but must have game experience for the others." in Starke. She pointed out that posted on each teacher's door
LITTLE '*" before they can be Waters asked for people's most records are handled by at elementary schools. School
The Hell CatsSUN. DUDE MOWING Thompson has attended all really depended on. vote next Tuesday and that was women in public and privately. personnel will also be available
'*" school board meetings for the
TRACTOR WORK "We've got some back up It. Gib Brown Starke service early Tuesdaymorn.lngtoasslat
Western Store past several months. The bar- boys this year you'll be able E.W. Hodges Hampton Lake station operator bidding for students in finding the proper
.. MON. Fill lllrt and ber shop owner said he will to put In there and not be resident and hospital and sowing the clerk's Job, said he knows classroom.
SEPT. 6, 7 Western Clothing Leather* Lime Rock devote all the time necessaryto scared to death" the coach board member, said he Is the value of a dollar. He's Middle school students are
Double Feature Program !goods Saddles and Trailers Qualified Operator the school board Job and can said as he looked over the concerned about the conditionof made his business a success asked to report to the frontof
do that since he his
Charles ic Sharon Petty operates names on a chart in his of- the county; roads. "I feel with hard work,honesty in dealings the school. Teacher aides
Destroy the most MS S. Edrewood 384-121: Phone 964.7205 own business. we're entitled to get full mile courteous service and will give directions about re-

d nle'ousanimalanve atarkei; Florida He wants the best education for each dollar," he said. a strict budget. Brown said, porting to the first class at
possible for his children and fice.My Hodges said he Is obligated and he will use the same prac- 8:10: a.m.

...TARZAH! those of all residents Thompson Neighbors to no one "except you, the ,tices too. in handling the clerk's At the high school where
cltlH He assignments -
MOM CIMMl nCTtMIrouuit says. He expressed con- promised fair No are more complicated
cern about the growing drug honest. and Impartial repre Individual or group is running students are asked to
FLORIDA THEATRE problem in the country's sentation. his campaign. Brown said. report to a homeroom assign-
schools. Eddie Allen. Hampton area "If"your office and you're the ment by grade and according
farmer said he will work for boss he concluded. to where their name falls in

r Showtime.-Weekdays 7:00 Sunday 3:00: Saturday 1:00: Casklns took a stand for the -;: == = to Improve the county's roads, a Incumbent Republican Clerk Inman Green the alphabet:
,
of culverts and bridges. Allen was present at
"good all children at a minimum
also said he favors "good the rally but was not invited NINTH GRADE
to the responsible -
expense
sate on ln."IAarAN" TV Sin" Fill. SAT.. SUN, MON, TUBS.. SEPT. 4-8 School board members taxpayer.need to ffifeO, ideal drainage" and to speak since the Lawtey Methodist A-Brf, Room A-13; Bro-Cra,

PLUSThe speak up, the Lawtey area 'ar- will work to see that accom Men, sponsoring organ(- Room A-3; Cre-Fl, A-5; Fo-
Ashore or afloat,they're rocking the boat! mer and railroad man .'.td. plished. station, used the Democratic Hal. A.l2j; Ham-J A-l; K-L,
most ; Allen said he would extend ballot for a list of speakers. C-9; Mc-Ne, B-7; Ni-Red,C-4;;

ALTDISNEr He urged people to attend the work of the county mos Green makes six candidates Ree-Sm, A-17; Sp.T, B-3 and
electrifyingritual school board meetings, quito control and sanitation au. all seeking the two V-Z. C-7.
he thinks they can do saying rh thority.; He said he would like expired term of the late are
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ever that way to improve schools ? : to leave a prosperous county; oral clerk Charles A. Darby!

v than any other. He said he has behind. TENTH GRADE
seen! been attending board meetings "Probably taking advantage A-Bre Room A-16; Bro-Cor,
lately. of being bit nearer the School C10CoeEdw; C-5; Ell-Gre,
:,3 bo.." College Tuition Aw15; GrI-Hen, B-S'; HI-La. B1' -
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Repair The basic costs (room and

board, tuition and fees) for approach. ELEVENTH GRADE

college and university stu- Replace that with individual A-B, Room A-8; C, A-10;
dents are rising at a rate of ltudent-teacher. assignments n-La C-l ; A-7, Hen -
Typewriters 8 per cent. Individual student class Instruction A-19; LGi-Ha., ; N-Reg

I IThCHNICOLOR' This is based on the 1970 : and supervision and "if 7Rel-Sm' gym; S-T' B-
t ADDING MACHINES edition of the annual college Dlggs**>ntoacher has told conference,, 8i; gym.

costs survey by the Life Insurance In preschool his teachers

1''S Agency Management Students at BHS faculty this sessions MU are. TWELTH GRADE

.-.." CALCULATORSSale Association. to be allowed to progress at A-B. Room A-2; C-Ed B-2;
The median for in-state their own rats of speed and } A-ll
BKMARD RABBIS as ;
students in state coeducational fast .s they *8lrea a .<"- Ja-La C H4Lo.M; A-4; N-R

u "A MAN ..asset r MORSE inF Nt, POWERS MU SILVERSMM Service, Rental schools will be 1234. dent Wggs finishes a course early. A.I8; Sa-Str,, A-9? and T-Y.
Mw. y an increase of $96. The hopes he will be given chorus rrxm.EZERASE.
median
CALLED HORSE" D FEll men SHAUGHNESSf .Am COX "ooyj AMEOH E a final
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M5M1S ''ftICMNICOLOIt' OMHMT10NAI. JRTHURi JULIAN"MARTY ROTH RON MILLER'NORMAN TOKAR schools will be (in September a challenge of hJehe r work.
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Services HeldIn Aug. 21 For Services Held 'WPMF.s' ,..>'( : .:, ',A." v.'1"1(5' .) .

Church of God At Pine Grove :: I

Mrs. Kopelousos iii ""m W( itfJtf;f// (frJYtff (!JI fJli7tf lt :llIJ99 : t.

Lonzo R. Starling, 73, of Mrs. Stella Kopelousos 68, Warren Cadle 67, of Starke '"
Starke, died Sunday morningin died August 20 after an extended died Tuesday Aug. 25, in a local
a Jacksonville hospital afteran illness. hospital after a short illness. He "
extended illness. He was Trisaglon services were at was born In Jennings on May 16, '
born in Lawtey June 2, 1897, 8 p.m. August 20 at DeWltt 1903 and was a retired carpenter. FIRST PRESBYTERIA "
was a retired farmer and a C. Jones Chapel In Starke.Fun Surviving are his wife,Victoria BAPTIST Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.Morning ..
,f charter member of the Starke eral services were at 1 p.m. Cadle, of Starke; six daughters, CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF EVERGREEN Law CHURCH OF CHRIST BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Worship 11 a.m. Youth
Church of Cod.Surviving Friday, Aug. 21, at St. Johns Mrs. Dorothy Grlffis, Mrs. Bar- LATTER DAY SAINTS Highway 125,Northwestof Morning Sunday: Bible Study 10 a.m.; Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Morn- Fellowship, 6 p.m. Choir Practice -
are seven daughters the Divine Greek Orthodox bara Robinson, Mrs. Ruth Tyler, 1404 E, Bessent Road tey. Sunday School, 10 n.m' Morning Worship and Communion ing Worship, 1am.\ .; Evening Wednesday 8 p.m.
Mrs. Nettle R. Kirkland, Church. Father Constantine: and Mrs. Gladys Underhill, all SundayPriesthood 8:30 a.m. Worship 11:15. Sunday Wednesday NightService Service, 11 a.m. Evening services Worship, 7:30: p.m.; Prayer -Rev. Robert D. Burch
Mrs. Inez Batten, and Mrs. Leftheris officiated. of Starke; Mrs. Lois Walton and Sunday School. 10 a.m. Sacra- 7:30 p.m. 6.Wednesday. Meeting, 7:30( p.m.; Wednesday.
Naomi R. Starling,all of Starke; Born April 15, 1902. a nativeof Mrs. Bessie Warren, both of ment, 6 p.m. Prayer Meeting, 7:30 p.m.Rev. Worship service -Kev. J.C. Saunders. pastor. GHACE BAPTIST CHURCH
Mrs. Marie A. Brantley,Kings- Greece Mrs. Kopelousos had Jacksonville; three sons, JamesW. MondayMia 7:30: p.m. Albert KnJsht) pastor 7 p.m. Minister Jack P. Bell. Highway 5-100 A, Starke (Grif-

ley Lake Mrs. Lugene Baxley, been a resident of Starke for Cadle Jr., Jacksonville TuesdayPrimary 4:30 p.m. LEVEL BAPTIST MORGAN: ROAD CHAPEL fis Loop).
PINE
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10 Morning
j Mrs. Ruby E. Grlffls 30 years. The family owns and WednesdayRelief Society; Sunday Sunday School a.m.
Sparr Luther Starke Sunday9:45 a.m.
; Cadle ; and Wal- Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- : at 11. Training Union,
Jacksonville; and Mrs. DeloresO. operates the Garden RestaurantIn ter Cadle, Lake City brother 7:30: p.m. Pre- !HA.5JP.T.ON.CHRISTIAN CHURCH School, 11 a.m. Morning Worship Worship
; one 11 a.m.
Worship, 7:30.
Jesse D. Branson, Branch Ing 6:3: (). Evening Worship,
Starke. School 10 Morn-
McCormick Tallahassee Sunday : a.m. Union 7
Training
Charlie Cadle and 6
; ; one sis- Services (Booster Band Young p.m. Mid-week Prayer Meeting, Wed-
five sons, Marklee, Paul E. Survivors include her hus- President. ing Worship, 11 a.m. Evening I'venin'Qrshlp..
ter, Mrs. Beulah Carter, both People and Prayer Service), 6 p.m. : : nesday, 7:30. -Rev. Don R,
J. band, George Kopelousos two Worship, 7. -Jam s Shaw, pastor Ser- :
and Harvey Starling, all of ; of Jacksonville; 31 grandchildren, Worship 7 p.nu Wednesday7:30: Prayer
I Starke; Lonzo R. Starling, Jr., sons, John of Birmingham, Ala. and 13 great grandchildren. JORDAN MISSIONARY p.m.Midweek Evening Servico, Wednesday vices, 1st and 3rd Wednesday Drawdy, Pastor.
I and Vernon L. Starling, both and Gus of Starke; one sister Funeral services were held BAPTIST MISSIONU.S. 7:30 Rev. John Strickland, nl ht.I 1 p.m. Family night. KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST
of Lawtey; a foster son, Carlos Mrs. E.D. Ramos of Jackson- In the Pine Grove Congregational 301 North, behind Tas- p.m. Sunday School 9:30: ; Training
. Normas, Starke; three sisters, ville; two brothers: Pete and Methodist Church near Ralford at tee Freez Drive In, Sunday Pastor. BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH? Union 10:15 a.m.; Morning Wor-
i Mrs. Leona Crawford and Mrs. Louis Economakos in Greece, 2:30: p.m. Friday Aug. 28.Inter- School: 10 a.m. Worship Ser- BROOKER FLA. AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH snip 11) a.m.; Evening Worship
and six grandchildren and sev- vice, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Rev Jim Temple Sun- Sunday School, 9:4.: :>> a.m.;
Louise Starling, both of Lawtey; ment was in Pine Grove Cemetery pastor. 7:3'J: p.m.; Prayer Meeting 7:30
, Mrs. Lorena Starling, Kissl- eral nieces and nephews Including under direction of DeWitt C. Service 7:30: p.m. Wednes- HOPE' BAPTIST.CHURCH day School, 10 a.m. Hon Bris- Morning Worship II a.m.; Evening Wednesday.
f mmee; three brothers, Joe and Mrs. Pete Felos of Jones Funeral Home. day.Leroy (Highway: 100 at Theressa) tol, Superintendent. Training Worship, 7 p.m.; Wed. Prayer Pastor, Rev Robert West.
Wilmont Starling both of Jack- Starke and Mrs. Theodore Ta- Olive, pastor, E.L. Sunday School10 a.m., Morn- Union, 6:45 p.m. Lowell Doug- :Meeting and Bible Study 7p.m.
sonville, and Percy Starling nos of Jacksonville. FIRST ASSEMBLYOF Griffis, associate pastor. ing Worship- a.m.; Training las, Director. Worship Services, Stud> on Book of Psalms. NEW: ; RIVER: BAPTIST'Sunday .'
Ocala; 43 grandchildren, and 17 Burial was in Evergreen GOD CHURCH Union6:30: p.m.; Evening Wor- II a.m.. 7:30.: Laveni Outlaw, Ci.F. Prevail, pastor. Everyone; School, 10 a.m. Morning -
great grandchildren. Cemetery in Jacksonville Sunday School 10 a.m.; Morn- DEDAN BAPTIST BFOOKER CHURCH ship7:15 p.m.Wednesd3Y Prayer Ser- music director. Welcome. Worship, 11 a.m. Training
Funeral services were held Night I'nicn, 7 p.m. Evening Wqrshlp
11 Sunday night
Ing Worship a.m.
Wor- Merle
School, 10 a.m. Rev.
at 'II a.m. Wednesday in the Sunday vices7:30: p.m. 8 p.m. Wednesday night service,
7 Wednesday Night
HAMPTON CHURCH BAPTISM service p.m. ship Services, 11 a.m. and 7 I Packham, CHRISTIAN CHURCH
pastor. < FIRST
Starke Church eft dfcd with Rev. 7 Pastor HJILBHONNPU: ;T 7:30: p.m. Everyone welcome.
Y.W. Kldd officiating.Interment Those Joining Hampton Baptist Ralph Prayer G.Meeting Kirkland.HAMPTON. p.m. p.m. Training Union, 6 p.m- CHURCH, HIGHWAY 16 :N.: Sunday Service: Sunday School, -L.I.. Parker: pastor. '.
was in the Kingsley Lake Cem- Church by baptism at Mid- Rev. Lacy Conway: pastor. Sunday School, 9:43: am.Morn 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship, 10:45:
etery under direction of DeWittC. lake Sunday afternoon Included F 6 GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH ing Worship, II. Training Union, am. Evening Service, 7:13;:) p.m. C.\I.\'.\HY BAPTIST CHUKCH
Mrs. CorleyMae Sloan Mrs. CHURCH OF GOD Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- 6:30( 10 :Morning
Jones Funeral Home 6:30: p.m. Evening Service, 7:30.: Youth Group Meeting,Sunday : Sunday School, a.m. -
Active pallbearers A.J. Dolores Hardy Carlson, Mr.and 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. Ing Worship, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Midweek Prayer Service, 7:30.: p.m. :: Worship, 11. Training Union,
were
Mrs. Nelson Carter, Mr. and 10 a.m. Worship Rev. Fred Johns, pastor. minister Worship 7:30.( : .
Faulkner, H.A. Coleman, Fred Sunday School. -Rev. L. Tommy Howe, pastor -J.C. Brown, 6:30.: Evening :
Mrs. Jasper Byrd, Arvil :Shea- Services, II a.m. and 7:30 p.m.
Smith O'Steen Clifford
S.J. ,
ly, Allan Shealy Annette Shea- -Rev. Y.W. Kid: pastor - - - - -
Martin, and Royce Joyner. By Mrs. D. E. BIO ------------ --- -- -- -- -- -----
ly, Kevin Williamson,Mrs.Lillian ,
Slade Uf U :itttUi@i! :: :m i i 1fu iififi:::::: [:!:iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiffiiii::: ::::::::[::::[::[:: [ :i: [:i: :[::[ ::[::!::: ::: "
Kelly Slade. Mrs. 4 :h< } a : : ? ::I.vSt..s..t:!::;: ::; ftItii1ra: :[::::: [::!::[}::#:i.!::[::$:$:::, : !:[::!:::: ;
Elect Brenda Jones Linda Sue Jones, PERSONALSMr. SMYRNA BAPTIST MISSIONARY CHURCH If !!!!!! :Girt 1,1, ,

Maurice Edwards, Jr. Mrs.Redding Juanita, Amy Davis Melton, Eddie, Arthur and bert left. and Saturday Mrs. Ralph to make E. their Hal- 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday ser- I ;!:!!;
vices School, 10 a.m. IIILABOR :
Saxon : Sunday
Timmy
Ricky Keys, Me- home with their daughter, Mrs. t IS LIFE IICotlyl.
Clerk of Court lissa Curtis, JoAnn Salter and Barbara Curtis, In Dansville, Preaching, II\ a.m. Training w
Union 5:45 Evening Wor-
: p.m.
Carolyn Kennan. Mich. They plan to sell their ship, 7 p.m. Everyone welcome I :rtii:::::: '"1 I
home here, the former Jessie -Elder A.G. Flynn, pastor
ili1!:!! .f" I IN
Chastain place. i Let's talk about labor-work
CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS if you please, for that is what labor is. Labor
JUDGE HAL P.DEKLE Mr. and Mrs. R.II. Parker and CHURCH : has come a long, long way since ancient times when work was closely related Wi1i! Ji''" ,
Mr. and Mrs. J.M Baker of Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Morn- to slavery. Aristotle described a slave as "a tool with life in it." In the >1f:[:
Orlando recently visited Mr. ing Worship II a.m. Youth Ser- Middle Ages, labor gained dignity and respect as slavery declined and Christianity :iii.[::, I
and Mrs. Jerry Parker in Hoi- vice 6:00: p.m. Evening Worship -:: spread. Then, later in the 1700's and 1800's the industrial revolution created' :::1:[:[ "t

, lister.Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Wrightand 7.p.m. t1 conditions that led to the modern I labor movements. Today labor has gained illi I
Thursday respect, wages and working conditions hitherto unknown before. 'fo
four children of Miami recently night Prayer Meet I y iiil! t
spent several days here 7:30: p.m. II N Labor Is life. Work Is satisfying. Through his ::: .
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ivy Luke PastorNORTHSIDE I iI work a man accomplishes, and creates, and p: M), I

J.S. Gregory. At the same time, BAPTIST I \ provides for himself and his family. When deprived) ;[s i .J\\ :, I
I DEM. Joe Gregory of Merritt Island CHURCH of the opportunity or ability to work, man often :#:::3'
S FLA I IP SUPREMECOURI( GROUP 2 visited here with his parents, Sunday Morning Worship, 9:45: ;: I I, becomes depressed, even ill. tii? I
and all drove to Reddick i
on Saturday they to visit Mr. Gregory's Sunday School, 11. Sunday Eve- I Corinthians 3:9: tells us that "H'e art laborer/ / is I
ning Worship 6
brother-in-law and sister Union, 7:30. p.m. Training i together with God." We are His hands, feet, voice, iii
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Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Carter. ThursdayTeachers I f and compassionate heart here on earth to ::::: I
Mrs. Edna Schuppert of Fort ficers and: Of- j spread the gospel, lift up the )poor, eradicate .w iii
Meeting, 6:30.: Prayer
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Lauderdale visited here last Meeting 7:30.Edward: 1 ignorance and destroy disease + SI :!:

..3c week, and her mother Mrs. C. Harvey pastor. I 1j Honor God and Labor this week by Wi! I
W.M. Slade, returned home with attending church. i::
her. Mrs. Slade had been stay- :e:%=: \\ TItt,. : !H I
ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL ....., .
ing with Mr. and Mrs. Lester ** "'''''::C:'''''''''''>>>>'''':-:<'''''WW' ':

Slade. CHURCH Eucharist, STARKE 1st and 'WplqWW iM@i!i!!: i!i ii!i!i !!iil! '::1 ii i iii ;I! ,
3rd ,
Holy ,
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Horvathof Sundays, 11 a.m. Morning Prayer I :
Bronx New York--are back mi .i : ::::
/r 'farm home south of 2nd and 4th Sunday, 11 a.m. V : t : ,
at Hampton.their> Mrs. Horvath expectsto -John M. Flynn, Rector. .%.i :1. Ofl ''IIIII! II IIIIIIIIIIII lljllit'N: : .'

return to her Job in New 1 A tII. OI..h II GotI's .,pldd rpm, In ibis ::ti;:; :tir:::?:;:;::?:::;::#::::{::y3::::::;:{:.:;:>;: ::. y s / I., I
York again soon, while Mr. ."&8'&" ...14'tor' ."rH41..'tht ....104.. ol HK lo.t ii!: ,l@! :!:j:!:!: ijiiliii:[::::::::.. .. ".' ; I
Horvath remains here. LAURA BAPTIST CHURCH :: m '" _.04 of Hit ...... lOf-,.,.".04 I lii@HiiiHiiji! !!! !!!!!!!!!!ilmIj! !!!!;::<. '

Recent visitors with Mr. and Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.; I It..Ihtl.. h.t tr Irvin. his i Mllh.... Without ,.:.:.:.::.::.::...i;.::.::.:;.::..:;.::.::.:;.:...:::.i::;::::.,.:.::.;:.::" I
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Mrs. K. Watterson his ;:;: :;;;
B. were Morning Worship, II a.m.; Evening < 'Ihh |fwn4ln| Ni Hw !I....1 l M, M fnirnIMnl : ;;:;;$;:::;:;;?;#;;;;.;,:;:::{,::}
sister. Mag Carter, and her son Worship, 7:30 p.m.; Mid- I -.t .r Mlllf IT Klf tl Nil Will' felt f I
g44 Edwin Carter of Gastonia,N.C.; week Bible Study, Wednesday, A gn rin.. h.cMim .Mrh.I MIs.. ;:J\1 ifliil!! !1il!llllil!'
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,. his nephew, Hood Watterson of I ; ... I
, 7:30: p.m. Y far .III Inevitably. ,.rIsIt. lhu.t,..., ace ,..>.::.:;...:::;.;:.;:.:::::;{;
Grover, N.C.; and his sister- Be in church Sunday. ::;- :;<:;';:;':'.:'
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f I Ire.ri.IStpintdvi.( ,*M sh.uIdsuprt. rl :::::;;;:;;:;;:;:: : i
y in-law, Frances Watterson ofKing's Rev. W, B. Mercer pastor ... ... *
A, tht(hynh hr tht ukt tl"' tl him : :; II
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Mountain, N.C. Visiting 'M' .. .... ... tWliiii': ; $
.nNh Iht. .
with the K.B. Wattersons and "' .;. :f It I.nlly. 1Iew. :,!::!::: .. ..
R.O. Simmons also were Mr. GREATER BETHLEHEMFREE "''W. ; ...., ftnnihMM"\ .. ..,..14 mi ,.rlkl",. In 14 jI; Mij! / ?,. ,
Simmons' niece, the former WILL BAPTIST CHURCH .. ? "'. Chmh k....iM If till tht 'InrHi tktgt :O1 i:; :::: l' ,

ONLY CANDIDATE WITH Joyce Simmons, and her fam- Cor. Ash & Chestnut. Sunday ',. .. ttf ",.n't Mt, dtofh ..<4 <..Hny; the Hulh which f fMiif': t
ily of Chase City Va. School ;:' .lint. will ttf him I Itn It ll.t it i AIN tl :: :; ; j
JUDICIAL EXPERIENCE! 9:30 Morning ,
: ; Worship, ,_, i!
Mrs. George Payne and three _. ;;::: ,1. I
11; Luague, 4 p.m. Night Service, L ;Hr;; rr.u
children, Linda Wanda and Hol-
JUDGE 13 YEARS since July, 1957. Circuit lan George HI, were visiting 6 p.m.Rev.. Jasper Williams : : :fi3 E)3{) : t

Court of Dade County. Appellate Judgeby here last week with Mr. and pastor. CC_."...Ie,. ::; I
Supreme Court assignment. Mrs. E.L. Blrt, Hollan Payne, .. ". ..s:::1'C.'+ \
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ::0:: '..., .1 "
and Mr. and Mrs. George Saxon ,'.
MARIANNA, FLORIDA, born and reared 1917;
Mr. Payne, who has been STARKE ---------------_:-. _- -- ---- --------
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Marianna, Jackson County High School with the Air Force in Arizona Opportunities of service:

1935. joined them here for the week- Sunday-- Brotherhood Meetingand :
STARKE BUILDERS'
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SENIOR CITIZENS President Home for Elderly, end, and they left Monday for Breakfast, 7:30: a.m. Sunday WILLIAMS BRADFORD ,
Miami, Fla., 1960-1965. Charleston, S.C. where he will School, 9:45; Morning Worship,
be stationed. II; sermon, "The Dignity of Honest JEWELRYOfficial SUPPLIES, Inc.
Also visiting last week with Labor." Training Union, 6:15: ABSTRACT CO.
Mr. and Mrs. George Saxon Evening Worship, 7:30: ; sermon,
Judge HAL P. DEKLEP.O. were :Mr. and Mrs. Volney Wallof "The Kind of Persons God Can Class Rings Better Service For Your Featuring Ace Hardware
Keystone Heights, who had Use."
Box' 1492 Ph.: 374-8101 Miami 33101 been staying with Mr. Saxon's Tuesday-- Helen Masters Keepsake Diamonds Title Problems Complete Paint Supplies! .

sister in Pompano, and Mr. Group, home of Mrs. J.A. Grif- BULOVA WATCHES and Sporting Goods '
Paid for by the Committee. to Elect Hal{ p Dekle -. and Mrs. Marvin Ogden of Pom- fin, Wilson Road, 11 a.m. Cov- Abstracts
Howard Neel. Chairman pano Beach. ered dish luncheon. Ida Darby 142 W. Call St. Starke
Group, Lorena Epperson Group, Title Insurance "Check With Us First" "
home of Mrs. W.B. Mundy, 3 Phone 964.7064
219 St.
p.m. Trustees meet at the church, 158 W. Call Ph. 961.6881 Washington 964-5279

5:30::) ; Deacons Meetatthechurch, "
Vote For 7 pm Brownlee Group, home of STARKE 66" ;: ;)
g." Mrs. W.A. Hogan; Ethel Biggs SERVICEBill BRADFORD COUNTYTELEGRAPH
Group, home of Mrs. Vernon

Y"i Silcox, 7:30.: Edwards l h. 961-7231

Supper WednesdaFamily, 6 p.m. Prayer Meeting Night' Tire Tru-ing &: OFFICE SUPPLIES

i RA Meeting, 6:30: ; Teachers and .! : TYPEWRITERS
TITUS OLSON ,
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% ) Choir Officers Practice Meeting, 8:15.,: 7:15: ; Church Headlight Adjusting v ADDING MACHINES ;)

ThursdayAnnie Armstrong Brake Service
T Prayer Group. 9:30: a.m. Visitation -
:-.4 CANDIDATE FOR 7 p.m. Wheel Balance and PHOTOCOPIERS: : from IM.50

t \ Alignment Carl Hurst Phone 964-6111 U tut. Take_ the drudgery out
? a FIRST UNITED METHODIST ofsaer orll.-


:r CITY COUNCIL STARKE Sunday School. ; Morning PROMPT All Minor ROAD Repairs SERVICE 24-HR. WRECKER LEGAL VOBMS.PAVHOL4. .
li Worship 11; Junior and Senior 1si tRVJ1'; ; :; ttNYELOPE1

MYF troupe, 8 p.m. 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke Hiway 301 and 100
Wednesday Prayer Meeting
O r / lJ.. GROUP 3 7:30.: 410 S. Temple Starke
Thursday--Cancel I Choir Rehearsal BRADFORD COUNTY

ni .t l' .. 7:30. TELEGRAPH FLORIDA "" '

--DeWitt T. Farabe. Jr. l PEST

Former Bond Trustee City of Starke. Graduate in Pastor OFFICE SUPPLIESTYPEWIUTERE EDWARDSGrocery t'

In Business in Starke since ONTROL
Mechanical Engineering. MADISON: STREET and Market

BAPTIST CHURCH: ADDING MACHINES .
1931. Groceries Meats Feed s alma. to.

I pledge to do my utmost to see that the taxpayer gets Sunday Opportunities School for, 9:45 service; Morning: PHOTOCOPIERS: : .from "'.50 GAS AND OIL .

for their tax Dollar.I Worship, 11; Training Union, 6:15: ; la HIS. Till the drydftry out j
value received WMU Prayer Circle, 7:15: ,Even- ol paper _orll.- Jack and Gladys EdwardsU. ;330!) E. Call St. Starke 'la. 't
Ing Worship, 7:30.
am not obligated to any individual or group.I Monday-- Youth Choir Practice LEGAL VOftMS.PAVKOU. S. 301 South Starke Phone 961-5715 for FREE 'I

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stand for Progress and the betterment of the Com p.m.Wednesday.__ Junior Choir ENVELOPE PHONE 961-5312 Inspections and Estimates ..,
Practice 5:45 p.m.; RA, GA
munity.I Sunbeams, YWA, Mission Action
Group Bible Study Group, 6:30: ; CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, Inc.
for vote and Support on September Prayer Meeting, 7:30: Church
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will thank you your Choir Practice, Deacons MeetIng Owned By Those We Ser e In Twelve Norlheisl; t "Florida Counties "Helping Our Members Live Better

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Greetings friends, from your
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/ Monday afternoon,we were visited Ialil/1 r ;

HERE N' THERE sented to the bride by the hos t by my cousin Jerry Chltty; -' upKnrt rannas ;
closer to Hampton than
who lives
tess.Mr. i1 I anywhere else. Uncle Alfred and
The Gordon Bullock home on and Mrs. Floyd Koons
Aunt Corlne Hudson of Gaines-
entertained with dinner Sun-
Lake Rosa at Melrose was the a s
ville and Uncle Fate and Aunt
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day evening for Miss Nancy ...
Saturday for a party
setting
Clara Chltty of Bonifay, were
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.
and Earnest
Kingsbury Wil wf MrA
George H. Griggs,
honoring ..v supper guests of the Chlttys.;
llama The Bride's family also
Ocala grain broker,
prominent
attended. A handembroideredtable A.B. and Katie Howard and daughter -
on his 85th birthday. Kathy Crawford and her
from cloth was given to the
Friends and associates
daughter Kim of Starke, were
the hostess.WOMAN'S .
couple by
throughout Flortfla/ and Geor- visiting us Thursday night. Fri-

gia enjoyed a buffet featuring CLUB day night, I visited Jerry and Science Student
barbecued chiehen.Gathered Keystone
"Dean"of The Executive Board of the Regina Chltty; and son Donnle,
otorthe
to
the area's ced Industry were: Woman's Club of Keystone along with Debbie Hicks and Otis ScholarshipI
Summer
Mr.' and Mrs Warren Godwin Heights will meet Tuesday, Melton of Hampton, and we all Completes
celebrate her
Sept. 8, at the Clubhouse at helped Regina
Connerof
and;Mr. and 'trs. Bill
Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. 2 p.m. birthday. My grandfather down Hubert for Myra Jo Johnson, a seniorat their horizons through Individual for Duke University or the Uni-
of Starke came
Chltty
Jim Crew and Ken Faulkner, ; backon Keystone Heights School, has research assignments, lectures, versity of Horfda. Throughouther
visit. Grandpa Chltty was
Atlanta, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. ST. WILLIAMS BAKE SALE a ; with completed an Interesting eight- and field trips. school life, she has maintained -
and had dinner us
Ernest Griggs nary Mr. and The Ladles of the St. Williams Sunday week research participation pro- During the eight-week period, a straight A average In
Otis Melton.
Parish will)) sponsor a 1-: along with gram at the University Florida Miss Johnson and
Mrs. E.G. Bullock Ocala; Mr. and Hugh Fletcher & was assigned to all subjects vas recently
and -Mrs. Ralph Summner, Mr. bake sale on Sunday, Sept. 6, Beverly Jacksonville under a scholarship awarded by Dr. D.S. Anthony of the botany named a member cf the Society;
children of spent
and 'Mrs. Sidney Wilson, Mr. after the 8:30: Mass. Proceeds the Northeast Florida Hsoclatlon. its:, laboratory at University Flor- of Outstanding erlcan High
Romania and
and Mrs. Bob Sipes, Mr. and will be used to help defray the weekend with j "r;"1 J.\ Ida with whom she Is pictured School Students. She was third-
Hilton.PERSONALS .
Mrs. Ted Shield, and Earl Bar- the costs of painting the churchIn English Conducted under.theof t ijabove, studying the physiology place winner In the Clay County

ker;all of Tampa;JullanSmlth, the near future. the National SclehtfrFptnda*''.I'fof the water hyacinth,. a growing Science Fairs last spring In both
Tallahassee; Mr.and Mrs.Mallory tion for the 12th consectyr( ,1* problem In water pollution. chemistry and biology. She hopesto

; Roberts, Orlando; Mr. and BIRTHDAY SURPRISE Joan Miller was In GaInes- talented science students at' of Planning to major In biochemistry acquire a college education"...
Mrs. Everett Brown and Mr. FOR MRS. RIDAUGHT ville, visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mac forded the opportunity tditipade Jo hopes to qualify so I can make a contribution to

and;Mrs. Billy Hill of Jasper; A surprise birthday party and Shea and sons a few days last '!.V'; society."
Mr.i i and Mrs. Ed Shiver, UaWra turkey dinner was given for week. Also visiting the Shea family r
Ga.; \lr. and Mrs. Al Riley Mrs. Harold L. Ridaught of Kay Marie Sunderland Becomes Bride were Miss Donna Gaylor of parents, James and Margaret'

Boynton Beach; Mr. and Palatka on Saturday, Aug. 22, Of Mr. Kelley In Birmingham, Ala., and Mary Robbins
Community ChurchMiss Glen of Pratt- Saturday night of Fred
Gaylor
Mrs. Charles Syfrett of Lake by her seven children, at the Susan and guests mHmmmnmnmmmmmmmmmmm
All of them visited and Vera Swearengen Bruce
vllle, Ala.
home of Foster
Park. Kathy adaugh-
and family and Betty Mathis and
Jack and Lou Miller ; son' who
Mr. and Mrs.Frederick Wiles ter, who resides on Peach Kay Marie Sunderland, ered buttons. Their flowers and Mary Susan and Glen stayed are vacationing on Lake Brook
of Silver Spring Md., were recent Street.A daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Rich were cascades of pink carnations T.C. ]
lyn. Sunday dinner
with them for two days. guest was
guests of Mr.! and Mrs. two-tiered cake was pre- ard N. Sunderland of Keystone on white lace heart-shaped Miller was home for the week- Mrs. Waler Stevens of Gainesville Friendly place togrow

Henry Schuber m Clover Lane. sented to her decorated In white, Heights, and H. Alston Kelley background. Each wore a bow end from Lake City, where he .
Mrs. Wiles is the niece of lavender and pink with a beau- Jr., son Harvey A. Kelley Sr., headpiece secured to a shoul- Is now attending College. Mrs. Velma Lyness and
Mr. Shuber. tiful lavender doll)) on the top. and the lateEllzabethD. Kelley, der length four-tiered veil daughter Dorothy and Arthur money
Friends of M s. Elmer Howe Mrs. Ridaught was also pre- of Gainesville, were united in John P. Jackson served as Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Revels Cravasse of Lakeland were Sun-
are 'happy to nave her home sented an artificial floral arrangement marriage on Saturday, August best man, and ushers were have returned from a week's day afternoon visitors of Mrs. JJQ
again In Keystone Heights where of a variety; of flo 29, at 11 a.m. In the Community Meredith S. Runck, TheodoreL. visit to the Smokey and the Blue Jo Strandberg.

she was rnir.sedduring the sum wers. Church of Keystone Daywalt, and Bruce F. Sun Ridge Mountains. Mrs. Revels Jackie Lanier and sons have L U
mer,monthi-! Another surprise for her was Heights. The Rev. Stuart N. derland, brother of the bride. had returned from
reported that they a good an enjoyable vacation
John I'm of Green Bay, an overseas phone call)) from McCord. pastor of the church, Following the ceremony, a time, and the weather was nice In Miami and the Keys. fi
WIs., has iicen visiting Mr. her only son, Leslie, stationedIn performed the ceremony a- reception was held In the Church
They went
and cool there. (Hard to Imagine, shell hunting while
and;.Mrs. r.: Bachmann. Mr. the Philippine Islands. It gainst a background of ferns, educational building, where Isn't It friends?) there and visited the Porpoise 1,; eV
Burps Is Mrs.Bachmann's cou- has been five years since Les- palms, and other greenery.Two palms, pink rosebuds,and white Mr. and Mrs. X.M. Smith and Training School. Bubba swam

sin.Mr. lie has been with the family. large baskets of gladioli, daisies mums were used In decorating.The children, Barry and Terry, of with the porpoise, Mitzi, who
and Mrs. Michael Red-
Besides Mrs.Ridaught's family and carnations were usedin bride's table was centered Starke were supper guests of played Flipper on Television.The .
fearn and daughters, June and Mr.and Mrs.Kenneth Cooper decorating the altar. with a four-tiered wedding cake r j
Mrs. 1-1.T. Smith and Mrs. Ruby Logan Prosser family is p
Kathy, visited Mr. and Mrs. of Keystone were also In Mrs. Carl Clarke, organist, and at each end of the table Wolfe Wednesday. Barry has just vacationing In one of the LanIer
L.A. Sno grass and sons, Joel attendance. and Mrs. Robert Hendry, soloist stood a gift wedding candle, returned home from the U.S. cottages this week. The other 4e 4
and In Titusville for
the
anon' ,
presented a program of Imported from Germany In a Air Force. cottage has been rented per-
IUIId.
wee PERSONALSMrs. nuptial music. heart-shaped base and embossed mantly to Paul and Voncille
R.L. Walker has returned Given In marriage by her father with pink rosebuds. Amerson and daughter of Palatka. -
ROTARY CLUB from a two weeks tripto the bride wore an em- Cutting the cake were Mrs. Paul, Lee and Gregory Strand- Mr. Amerson Is working at ,4 h .
Jim MU Ii can, President of Washington, D.C. where she pire gown of organza and Chan- D.M. Pater, Jr. and Mrs. S.A. berg and Ricky Thompson of the University of Florida. ..

Palatka Federal Savings and was guest of Mr. and Mrs. tilly lace, fashioned with bishop Gardner Sr. Mrs.RlckSunder- Jacksonvile spent the weekend There isn't much fishing news ,
Loan, was guest speaker at Lawrence Walrath who showed sleeves. The empire bodice land kept the bride's book. ,
with Mrs. Jo Strandberg.Mr. again this week, so will add It I Ii
last Friday's Rotary meeting. her the sights of Washington. A-line skirt, and attached Following a wedding trip to and Mrs. D.W. Carpenter here. Roy Griffin of Griffin's "'.
'-0' :
He gave an interesting talk Mr. and Mrs. E.F. Aiken chapel train featured rose-fig Panama City; the couple will entertained with a birthday din- Lodge guided several days last i ;
on the early history of Putnam attended the Southeastern ured lace and seed pearls. Her reside at 165-3 Crenshaw Drive, ner Friday, for their son-in-law week and came up with some
County; and the surrounding a- Convention In Atlanta last week- flowers were a Dutch colonial Tallahassee.The Dolph Reddish of Starke.Besides nice bass. Monday he and Mr.
rea. bouquet of white carnations cen- bride is a graduate of '
end.Stefan Mr Dykes of Plnehurst, Ga. caught
Brokas spent the week- tered with three red roses. Her Bradford High School and Flor- family, and Mrs. Donald 7 bass, the largest 11 ]Ibs. He Rely on us for friendly help, rourjvous!
PARTIES HONORING end in Chattanooga, Term, with three-tiered bouffant veil of ida State University; where she Riley of Gainesville, helped them fished with him again Tuesdayand
MISS KINGSBURY his brother, Mickey. illusion was secured to a crown was a member of Gamma Sigma celebrate. Mr. and Mrs. David caught 5. Alan Griffin went service whenv welcome you to our
Miss Nancy Klngsbury.bride- of seed pearls. Sigma national service soro Reid of Jacksonville,were Saturday -
elect of Earnest Williams of night guests of the out with Mr. Beasley and son of of Account ,
GOLF COURSE Miss Ann Major of Winter rity. She is now employed as supper Lake City late Wednesday after- family Savings Depositors.Rely .
Gainesville, was honored witha The Twilight Tournament Park was maid of honor, and an elementary school teacherIn Carpenters. Mark Reddish of
noon and caught 5. Two of them
cookout at the home of Mr. Starke will spend another week
which ended on August 14 was bridesmaids were Mrs. David Gadsden County;
and Mrs. E.T. Martin on Lake with his grandparents, the car weighed 6 to 7 lbs and the rest on our liberal/ interest
won by Penney Rogers and Ro- Sunderland Mr. Is of
of Gainesville, Kelley a graduate 2 1/2 to 3 lbs. Thursday, Roy
Geneva August 22. Out of town bert Pater; 2nd, Mrs. Phyllis Miss Dianne Reedy of Houston Gainesville High School and penters. and Mr. Zellner caught 8 up t rates to kt't'p jour money growing -
guest were the parents of the Mrs. E.A. Hall of Savannah,
Hussey and Don Shackleford Santa and is
; Texas, and Miss Daunitf Fe Junior College to 5 Ibs. Friday Glen Griffin
,
prospu';Uve Mr. and daughter of Mr. and Mrs.George faster
groom and 3rd. Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Peasley, Atlanta, Ga. All bri- now a senior at FSU, where he and Jimmy Dukes caught 6 In a r
Mrs. U.E. Williams Sr. of Ellis, their granddaughters,
,
Redfearn, Sr. A covered dish dal Is in He
attendants floor majoirlng criminology.
wore length few minutes Saturday, Roy and !
Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs.Tho- Glenda and Chris Ferris, and KEYSTONE
dinner held STATE BANK
was Saturday
Lambda
eve- gowns of pink said with white Is treasurer of Alpha Mr. Cone caught 7, the largest
mas Dasher of Lake City, Miss Joyce Simmons have been visitingthe
ning, Aug. 22 the
culminating Insert panel In the back, edged Epsilon, professional criminal weighing 8 Ibs.
Linda Lee Anthony of St. Au- Elllses for a few days. Mrs.
event. with Venice lace and pink cov- Justice association at FSU. Maida and Homer Keith and F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, Fla. :
gustine, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Ellis spent 5 days with relativesIn I
Shackleford family spent Thursday, Fridayand "Your Friendly Bank In Your
of Jacksonville.Al Savannah. Friendly
Circle :
::::::::::::::_::_::_::::::_ ,:<<<<,:,:,>>,:<<-_ _-____ :'!; ,;"-:2.-....",.;... meetings. The having the Saturday with the Griffins.
so attending were the bride'sparents. u n n.n nn n .n n n n' n" largest percentage attendance for JudI and Carl Thomas and Community." rtt];
Mr. and Mrs. John the year will be special guestsat daughter Lora are visiting their Well, folks thats all for this
Kingsbun A vegetable dish lli\lliNews\ Notes the May 1971 luncheon. The week, see you next week

was presented to the coupleas 1 Board also recommended that nmmmm__

a remembrance of the oc- z U By Helen Egan alternate months meetings be
casion.A an afternoon meeting, starting
miscellaneous bridal shower COMMUNITY in October.
CHURCH
honoring Miss Nancy Kings- The Executive WOMEN It is Important to note that President Mr. Barry Wyman,
Board
bury,' bride-elect of Earnest the Church Women Meetingof last week's announcement car- Sr. presided with Mrs. Ernest 'Progress Get To Know
was held
of ried the date for this
Williams Gainesville meetingas
was
August 24 InThis the Educational McLean acting Secretary. A reslgnation :
.given onugust 27 by Mrs. Building. September 7, however the letter was read from
being the first

Gerald Mojnejham at the St.Anne's meeting of the Fall season, 14.Board This changed will be an it evening to September meetIng Mrs. Charles (Edith:: ) Smith requesting .WHAT HE STANDS FOR
Parish Hall.)) Approximately several Important dates and plans at 7:30 that sfie be relievedof ': ..
: p.m. at the Educa- .r. .
l r guests attended and were discussed and many recommendations tional Building and will be the the secretaryship,due to health through .," 'I-"i'
enjoyed Die games and refreshments :
were made to conditions. This
was
start of the Contest to inspire accepted!
t hostess set was pre- present at the first General Meet- "i -'
ing of the Circles. members to attend all General (Continued on Next Pagelr ) '.; .. '{f'-

.. ---- -- : l'I
r. would like to establish
-s : ... s attl_ s .ete.e. a more conPlanning' -

I .!f fft,_,.i venient line of communication between the

f.."k f Board of County Commissioners and the

RAY FARRIS DRAWS E public they serve, by asking each Commissioner

to spend one day a week in the Com-

\ mission Office In the Court House . the

t Although my Opponent does not live In Glass House 1 will not stoop t 1-f \ "Nerve Center" of the County.


to Mud Slinging! This is an insult to the Intelligence of the people! If my h

.' .
.
t Opponent will tell you half-truths and no-truths before the election, what t I want to develop a flexible, longrangeplan

will he do afterwards? ._ for orderly development of the County,
t t r utilizing the experience and talents of Its

dedicated citizens on a volunteer basis.

t If You' Want Honesty, Energy And Integrity? t Most people who mistakes care want are tomorrow's to be involved."Yesterday's ex-.


corrections."
pensive

t ELECT RAY FARRIS t


l Before 1-295 Is completed, the Board of
THE CHOICE IS SIMPLE DIGNITY OR DYNASTY
t ? t County Commissioners should determinethe

location of access roads from S. R. 21

't (Blanding), such as Suzanne Drive and
t
ELECT LvI Moody Road, in order to minimize the traf-

fic congestion problems that will be upon

t r t Vote For us when the Belt Line Expressway is open-

.
ed in early 1972.




:I RAYFARRIS :I Ollie Nail. Your Board of County Commissioners


I I .. will be fixing your departmental budgets,

deciding the amount of taxes you will pay,

I Clay County Commissioner Clay County Communoner spending your money. Be SURE you "hire"

I the most capable man available
District 2


$ .., ? POI.: :!. DISTRICT 4 t 1 t (PoL Adv. Paid for by Ollle B. Nail)

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''__ was assisted by Mrs. Thomas to sing it as Elsie did but ..,. .......)............SJi.......
...
!: ...
Gregory and Mrs. Janet Hay- laughs ensued when ha responded Let's GoGardening
nor. A substantial Increase in both German and English. "A .
I .M'.1!! last year' budget wan accented Bicycle Built For Two/' has Ii i We Repair
,, as It Includes some much that rhythm that lends to dancing -
needed Items. Mrs. A.P. Hall- Mrand same was performed
man chairman of the Missionary by Houston Drtscoll and '

(From Preceding! Paw) Budget, as 2nd Vice Presi- Joe Kerrigan. my n rvey Sharp. Rdltostltonda 1 Typewriters .,
dent, will present the Missionary It was birthday month and
Agricultural KsUnrtoa
with regrets. Pastor Stuart Mc- mended for approval by the memCordbrought Budget at the October Board due to a misunderstanding, the B rrlo -
>
to the officers' bership. Meeting, after the September 14 birthday cake did not arrive i ADDING
attention some needed replace- Mrs. Richard Sunderland pre- General Meeting votes on the but Marlon Driscoll was honored MACHINES, '
monte of Community; Church 1sented the annual budget chair- Financial budget. with a salute to her "Happy Pines are like peopleyou Sand ts the most widely used In
terns, which the Board recom- man of the finance committee.She Mrs. Albert Bachmann chairman Birthday". Mrs. Mary Allen gave can hurt their feelings by step cutting case. Other materials i
CALCULATORS
of the Book of Golden Memories reading "Being a Friend
a ping on their "toes". Include vermiculite peat moss, I
(a newer fund.program)) which surely I. the theme of the Since pines can't talk they suffer peanut hulls, and sawdust
mentioned that sustaining contributions Senior Citizens Club. In silence and often die with- For your rooting project select : Sale
To The Parenb and Taxpayers will be appreciated as The next Club meeting will be out hinting that you crushed a softwood tips three or four Inches Service, Rentals I
Clay County
in the summer months, there on Sept. 8 at 1 p.m. Members vital organ. long. Trim the cutting leaving the
are some weeks when the flower are reminded to get their costumes Four stakes enclosing any upper two or three leaves Intact. Bradford County TelegraphPhone i
fund needs are not met. ready for the Halloween nines In a safety; zone Is one way Next Insert the cuttings Into the
Your School Board's Budget. For However, to acquaint the many party. (An error In date occured of protecting the future shade rooting medium. After floodingIn 964-6305 !
newcomers In the congregation In last week's Isiue. Sorry.) trees. This will keep you from cover the case with glass, .
a leaflet will be Included: In the Inching the whirring lawn mower cheesecloth or clear plastic. ........................

1970-71 Is At Least bulletin In a few weeks.A FELLOWSHIP CLUBAnnouncement the last fatal Inch trying to cut Keep the cuttings damp with dally
Bazaar report was made and Is made by the the last sprig of grass. mist-like sprays on the leaves.If .
appreciation expressed for the President, Mrs. Fern Hanson of '
Carefully removing a ring you use plastic or glass Dr. Robert M.Paterson
$7,838,905.69 fine attendance as well as act- of the Fellowship Club that the sod around all trees and replacing cover, be sure the cutting project .
ive Interest In making articles regular covered dish luncheon the turf an Inch Is located the shade other-
both at the Workshop every Wednesday will be held at the Masonic Hall layer of white gravel.. or seashell wise you will stew the plants
or at home. The Chairman on September 10 at 12:30: p.m. will prevent shaggy look- Instead of root them.
Mrs.Thomas Norwood cuts A program Is being planned which Ing grass from clinging to tree
DON'T YOU THINK YOU hare out or arranges material for will be reported to members trunks and will give your yarda
the right to ask some questions "home sewers", which many through the Telephone Committee. dressed up Sunday look seven
about the expenditure members are lending their hearty As to resuming Game Dayon days a week. Present Chairman of the
of that much money? I t; support. Anyone unable, to the fourth Thursday Mrs. The gravel will serve another
WHICH DO YOU THINK Is more serve In the work of their hands Ethel Weyman has the plan- purpose. Instead of barking Clay County School Board
important A solid basic education. may contribute to the cost of ning for this program but a shins of the trees with the lawnmower '
'
or expensive frills? material. vote of the membership, will be you will get your shins
DO YOU THINK WE ARE getting! Members are urged to start taken at the luncheon. barked by flying] gravel If you Seeking Re-Election as :
tbe most for or dollar or" collecting articles: for the October In last week's report an error push the mower Into the gravel '
could some old-fashioned .r 8, 9. 10 Rummage Sale, with occurred as to the accident pit. This built-in protection will 'i! f Member of School Board
thrift and closer study get Intake Day October 7. Mrs. Don suffered by 2nd Vice President save many bleeding.feas If you e e / .+ 'lh from District One
as more? Wallace Is chairman and has Mrs Nettle Smith. She was visiting hire the grass cut by someone h
DO YOU THINK DUNBAR asked for a volunteer cochairman. In her home town of Clifton more Interested In money than 'ee Ir N
I Itre.l. .
SCHOOL should have been Forge Va., when alighting .... '-.*::MI
sold for $23,010. or couldwe Again attention la called to from a car she fell and suffered Some folks claim they don't 't-- I
have found a better way the September 14 General Meet- a hip fracture. In talkingto have good luck In rooting plants. _. I
to use that fine facility? Ing of the Church Women at her daughter Mrs. Win. Warren Now is the time to prove that "Just wait'll you see what
DO YOU THINK TEACHERS 7:30.: The contest loyalty; starts our Nettle Is in a RoanoKe they are wrong. Check around ve Invented to make the
.. AND ADMINISTRATORSshould then. Those unable to drive Va. Hospital, as bone special- your yard and you'll discover orld a better place."
be rewarded for doing.a nights call your Circle: Chair- lists In Clifton Forge was out that you have propagated a number -
better Job and corrected or man. of town. As the Warrens expectto of plants without half trying.
replaced when they do not? Remember the weekly Workshop go up during the coming holi- Check the azaleas. If in a week
HAVE WE GOTTEN SO BOGGED meetings Wednesday. Sept. day and bring Nettle home those moment you "hid"a brick by tossing .. down In paper work, 2, Mrs. James Cook's Circle will Interested In sending her cards, It Into the clump of azaleas r'Q 1
BE A DO-IT-YOURSELF
and extra activities that we be in charge and the following address them to Keystone you may have rooted a plant.The
week of September 9, the Rebecca EXTERMINATOR |
brick which may be holding a
DO YOU WANT BOARD
have wandered too far MEMBER -
away Circle: with Mrs. Ernest HOMEMAKERS CLUBAnnouncement branch of the plant In contact
who will visit Kontrol-
from our basic purpose personally McLean will man the workshop. was made by with moist soil has likely caused
the to
a QUALITY EDUCATION for schools regularly see Correction: Walter Grolick was Mrs. Imogene D.Rltenburgh,Extension -
roots to form.
that the Job Is done?
all? being
Congregational representative at Homemakers agent,of the FlcIo--scratch- A-Bug
Either you--or
DO YOU THINK A
DO WE WANT BUILDINGS that CLEAN.
Installation. Fall of the Clay Coun-
an solidly constructed re- YOUNG MAN should have a program ling dirt or mulch on the lower BJMMTUO NO MRS: lID SI'"WMma
ty Clubs which Included the
chance to bring you better limbs of number of plants will Uts oil er--.//IIoocII TIMNatuE. sewn'"
Ouiriiuc 1 little do folks meeting of the Leader Training result In plant propagation. Digging nom,..'ra'
) maintenance or
or government we I SAVE MINUTES 1
SENIOR CITIZENS CLUB held 2
Wednesday Sept at the
fancy buildings that will be In Clay County have to leave around plants--such as the
Starke and Keystone Senior Citizens Green Cove Extension ice.The
obsolete within a few years things forever in the same crepe myrtle--will cause the
maybe before they are pals hands? enjoyed the bi-monthly program for the September Club roots you cut to send up a plantAround FREE $'
club meeting of the Bradford meetings will be "Something Old
for? hedges are good placesto
PASS THE WORD to .
every ustorSFDAVI
County Senior Citizens on August and Something New". The year look it
person you know on a first for propagation accidents. ,$i J.J:
books have been mailed to all
basis that there Is 25.President Birds and squirrels usually take 'rt( .
DO YOU WANT A SCHOOL name a Joe Kerrigan made active Club Members Keystone DIME CHEMICAL COMPANY : .
SYSTEM that will motivate man In the race for the school their "loot" to the shade. The BOX 5188-JACKSONVILLr, f LA." 32207
several announcements as to legislative Club with Mrs. Emily Ison will ._
left-over seeds of their meals a.
child to Ms maximum board who wants to fully represent
your being consi- meet on September 16 at 10 I would
the
programs a.m. in
potential or one that will the people who pay often become living plants. My STARKE appreciate your vote :
dered, namely Investigations as In City Hall
the bills ; ; beat pyracantha came via the Starke Builder Supply
give him social promotions and the childrenfor September 8th Democratic
to fresh and dalryproducts Primary. :
eggs feathered route.If Starling< FRM Feed Store
to get Mm out of the way? whom they pay them.
Cabi- PERSONALSGuests
under '
Agricultural Dept nature or accidents are not EJwprU Grocery I base campaign on the !
my progress !
net office of Doyle Conner; and of Mr. and Mrs A.P. propagating the plants you desire
that all drugs and prescriptionsbe Hallman last week were Mr. and then consider constructing a LAWTEYJ. we have made in our school system
Issued under the generic name Mrs. Arnold Black of Church W. Witera Store
HabJ. rooting Almost wooden
case. any the I have servedin
ThompldGroeery during eight
of same rather than brand Falls Va. Mrs. Black Is Mr. box on knee-high legs will take years
names. The state of Massachusetts Hallman's sister. the stoop out of the chore. Broohfr Preen'* Store this office, and pledge continued
has recently pasted sucha Construct the case at least i
TERRY HANSFORD bill; and Florida organizationsand eight Inches deep. Fill with five Hampton General' Store! progress if re-elected.

AARP local, and senior Senior clubs Citizens such Coun-as Is Consumerism New? ing inches head of room rooting for medium leafy tips leav-of Lnke Butler Bnlren. 1GA '

Who Solicit and Will Appreciate Your Support cil will be engaging in such a the cuttings. Mary Carter PalnU Distributor I'I'f
(Political adv for
paid by Dr. Robert Paterson
M.
)
Countywide In His Race For The program. Rooting media are plentiful. JTione W4-7023
During the songfest and fun- "The person who buys and
CLAY COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD DIST. 1 time many old songs and vari- eats must protect himself and
ations of same were enjoyed by family, and he has a right to,

VOTE TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8 the participation members.by Mrs.We single Elsie Steinin out, and now demands a law under f
which he can make intelligent
her vocal solo In Germanofa "
selection of food.
(Political adv.. paid for by J.Terry Hansford) ditty; "My'Hat," and President This statement was made

t Kerrigan made an attemptWouldn't more than a half-century ago To the Voters ofCounty

by C. W. Post, president of the
Postum Cereal Company, a
forerunner of General Foods

Corporation.In .
1906, Mr. Post demon-
strated the social responsibility
you of business by placing

advertisements in newspapers
throughout the country urging Clay
switch?
rather passage of the first Pure Food

& Drug Bill then being con
sidered by Congress. lie asked
the readers to write their congressmen
and senators.

O. J. Murrhee: sr. Is running on his record of proven
ability as your County Commissioner from District f4t but '
always working for the good of all of Clay Cowry. As a
I / J in life have handled the
i 4 M Jt KEY'STONEHEIGHTS successful businessman private I
t z rS i County's business In the same manner as I have my own and
S tY have always been careful In spending the taxpayers money

as I am a large cur ryer also
Due to the Increased growth of Clay County I have never
hesitated to vote for increased nullage when necessary to
n help the progress of good and efficient government. In so
)L0
Q t' DIRECTORYBEAUTY doing I always strive to see that Clay County gets a dollar's'

,' benefit for each dollar eut. In the last 16 years that I
1 Js have had the honor of being County Commissioner I have
V r SHOP missed only four meetings and this is a record to be proud

Mg
7 of.Many
; 5 decisions will have to be made In the coming: .months
7 KEYSTONEBEAUTY by your Board of County Commissioners such as1 .ejecting ,
SHOPEDITH site and construction of the new Courthouse and Jail redistricting -
1 3 a County Commission Districts: which Is mandatory tb
B JOHNSON Owner after January 1, 19711 providing additional monies for the
t's Personal and Creative Hair StyJ. operation of all County offices and departments except t
a ;5tg tog Every Form of BeachCulture School Systems); and at the same time find adequate Income
Tues.-Sal. 9-3: closed to provide these services and to stay within the 10 mill

Monday. cap as required by the State Law.
Also due to the decreased gas tax receipts accruing back
NURSERY to Clay County caused by the new formula: ae provided

,_ ." the 1968 Constitution of Florid. Clay duty will need
/ ""
3 O.C. Carries Nursery experience and proven business capabjif/U; i to properly
meet the challenge of the coming years.

Thousands of plants

Hive you t been: watching inure: but enjoying it le-< Fruit Trees-ShAde Trees

Why not let: color I TV paint you .a whole: \:\\' world: of hi me Camellias Evergreens&: Azaleas

entertainment: : Just add color and your favoriteprograms MOST ALL IN CANS Think it over. BE SAFE! BE SURE!

: :suddenly: come alive t with new vividness.:: : PLANT ANY TIME

Today color TV is well within the range of"most: families.: Beautiful Roses -

Ask: your favorite dealer: : to how' you his line: of"color LandscapingPhone VOTE for O. J. MURRHEE SR.

TVs.AM/FMrndios.and hi-fi stereo record: and tape players. 659-2165

Tc,$t.v n hat vent( Vc'vim/ \ im''wiiijj.' lutic the/ kids fallow/ '23 Mi. S. S. of Starke on

thh'colorguideand( wtttch the TV-vnvnoimvu/MV.,,\ ( / !' Hwy. 100 at Florahome

i-ycllouorange.: ( : : ( :..Jrtd.IJJllrJ/ / / //e.S-hlue.t[ ( -gran-I+ftt7l.FPL County CommissionerDist.
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REALTOR
3. E. McKAY.

) KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 4'7 -411f

.-_.......w__. Appraisal, Service 4 Clay CountyPol.
The Best .la Lakefront ,
Homes, Acreage. Rental
ASSOCIATES

Mrs. Melba H.en 473-4740' ( adv paid for: by O J. Muirhee Sr.)
Col. J. C1ae ....... 47J-4' '7L.
J. Robinson 47S-S921.'


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J Cost of Bringing Up Child' = -


,. Jumps( to $23,400 LocallyBradford


County parents are On the basis of the the
finding that the coat of bringing figures ClASSIFIED ADS GET RElDll9
up junfor-has risen considerablyIn 300 or so boy and girls In Bradford -

e the last few years. County; who reach 18 each
the
For the average local family year represent an outlay on
part of their of
parents approximately

.
r raising a child from birth to age And .
7020000. that is
,., 18 now takes close to three times
only up to the point at which they
its income for an entire year
are for .
ready
college.Movies
according to a recent analysis by
the Institute of Life Insurance.The .

findings are based on data a::A 5SiFlED> : AD RATES FOR RENT.. Year around FOR SALE- 6" by' 13' wa aa: FOR SALE or !trade: Horses.
.... ...
supplied by the Department; of JIMMY MOORE'S new 2 JuwJrown> duplex apart*' Box 3' grain aides $45; 8' by Six miles out on BR-100 going
Agriculture and the Bureau of Minimum Charts .... ..1.73 '
SUN SPORTS'MOORE merit KlnyjCey! : Lake. Furnirtb. 10' 2 wheel tra'tor 30" sides toward Late Butler iron
Labor Statistics. 25 (Covert IS weds) .-d. Heat and air condition $75. 30" cordwood. saw$25. 2-16 Starke or phone 964-6174 Itp
By way of comparison, "The Boat (Bottom drag plow on rubber
Walt Disney's BOAT FOR ed. pvt. dock Call (MerrlttWilliams
R. Stefanelli years ago a typicaltamlyneedeconly7,425 ; niks" starring Robert Morse Each word over 1S-7o 964- 391 or home $60. 2.12 Bottom drag plow FOR SALE 2 lots on East
to bring up a child to Ste Extra Charte if not YOUR MONEY Call St. Phone 964-6004.
1
On Art Stefanle Powers Phil Silvers, 964-7788. !fetes, on steel $40. New Holland
FacultyAt age 18, according to a study made Fri paid in advance Stchg 9-10
and Don Ameche will play Starke- Ph. 964-5791 row pull type :allege harvester
at that tlm Today that amount
MidwesternRaymond would not take care of food requirements day through Tuesday at the CLASSIFIED DISPLAY DANCING CLASSES Startr. $75 or best &fer. Car rear USED CLOTHING AND FURNITURE
Theatre.An log week of Sept. 7. Lath, register 60
Florida Complete Outboard & axel and springs $15. spUtnew Sorrte
antique.
alone. O.
of accldentproneyoungCoast $1.SO Per fic'b r cowl Classes dor all 7 ft.65c .
fence
D. Stefanelli. son Just how much a family spends Stern Drive Service and cedar posts E. refrigerator freezer slap;
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stefanelli Guard Ensign comes to New- tees Ballet Tap. Aoro. (Modern : each; 8" Craftsman tablesaw
in the process of rearing a child Memorials Resolution Repair. Complete Fiberglass apt size gas stove $25; toedx -
of Starke has been named to the depends for the most part, on port Beach to take commandof Proclamations, etc -7e word Custom-. Jest 3H yrs, and up. less motor $25. 9 ft. Steel a' >m suites chairs wringer
faculty of the art department of its finaclal ability; with costa the Coast Guard Station. Repair. Phone after. 4 p.m. 964-7098. bearing disc harrow 175. 2-16 "washer, Dresses from 10 to
Wichita Here he meets a beautiful young built Fiberglass Fishing} tfchg ,
.
Midwestern University varying from 290 per cent to CARDS OF THANKS Fllpover plow $100. J. D SOc. Men's pants from 10 to

Falls. Texas. 360 per cent of a family's after- girl bumps into a trio of ama dol- 50 words or less ? .....3.00 Boat LOW DOWN Payment bed Tractor Model "50900. Also SC::. Filth\ Bargain Store 128
Stefanelli has been with the teur thieves with a million
sa 1-4 mils
tax income for entire acre farm. Logan
Central Florida Junior CollegeIn For families an Bradford County year. lars worth of stolen Jewels and Each word over 50-7o room: frame toiause:: 4900. $100 south Waldo U.S. 301. Itp N Court St. lip
Ocala since 1966. His degrees causes one of the largest traffic FOR down, $55 mo. Oo 2 miles. N.
; where Income of $6,000 to SALE FlUlng: atatioaequfrmeiat. FOR SALE- 1967 Dodge Dart.
with art majors Include the Bach $7,000 was average in 1969 the Jams in the history of the HELP Phone 4734222. Itp on U.S. 301. turn right at Co. FOR SALE 18' fiberglass Air Conditioned, power steer
elor of Science from Murray Stafc cost during the 18yearoerlodIs -' sea. "The Boatniks" promises WANTED Rd beyond Hywy Patrol office hard top' double bottom boat ma225 CI Slant Six. Auto.
University Murray Ky., and the estimated at about $23.400 to be one of the most hilar- U. S. CIvU Service Tests FOR &ALE1967 Shasta, 13 : : !to 7th house on right. and trailer. $1175. 70 h. p. matlc Transmission. Ph. 984-
Master 'or-Fine Arts from the) ous comedies of the year. MEN WOMEN Secure Jobs 2tohg 9-3 964-7621.
per child. ft. travel traitor. Baa': 1'e'f11a'oera ercur: ) Phone Itp 6512. Mrs L. K. WbiteheaJL
in triplicate Advancement
University of Florida In Gainesville. Motorcycle excitement Preparaton
The initial outlay is for the tor. stove and lights.'
will be found at the training as long as required. FOR SALE -Pony reasonableDrdoed ItchgGLOVER
cost of being born. It comes to Sleeps four execelleat: condl-
He'teas exhibited in the Florida 301 Drive In Thursday through Grammar .school sufficient or will swap for beet
approximately, on average. flan $850. Phone 4311127. Itp
State Fair Fine Arts Exhibition Additional medical and health Saturday. (or many Jobs. For Inform- stock. Phone 964-6854. ItpFOR
Hunter Annual National Painting "Hell's Belles" is a fiction tlon write giving ad.
name. <
needs >in the subsequent years FOR RENT: TV sets baby SALE 6 it. Console SEARSHas ;
In Chattanooga Tenn.. al account about a wes- dress'
Exhibition comes 2490.. young (phone Regional Mgr. beds else guitars, amplifiers .
Stereo AM-FM Radio $175.
Kornmann Galleries In Tampa tern ranch owner and a gang Drawer I ELECTRIC
A. Starlce. .
lip
Food t
is a major in the refrigerators
Nordness Galleries In New York expense of motorcycle marauders. : day. or week: DM81d&R'9 Call 9e4-s3e4, (totes Everthirig
budget '
entailing some $8,020
-792S.
t!
City; and the Bucknell Annual over the span. Based on the real-life experiences MOBILE!: HOME for Rent with -cbt FOR SALE -1968 2 dr. hardtop Complete Repair
National Drawing Exhibition In Clothing[ is of motorcyclist who lake privileges. Please call <
too. a big item. WATSON'S Ford Fi*rlane, ibux&et STARKEPhone ServiceWIRING.HEATING
Lewlsburg Pa. What it amounts to depends upor roar around the highways of after 8 PJII. 475-1061 Zip 9-3 scats, 390 'filh performance

He is now living In Wichita the sex of the child- girls requiring the Southwest It stars Jeremy engine Stereo taps player; ; 964-6848
Adam Roarke and Jocelyn House of Vacuum
Falls with his wife and three more than boys in this Slate FRESH FARM :EGGS for auto. trans radio-heater; AIR CONDITIONING

children. respectand whether it is an Lane.A uNque and spectacular oak Dozen large 40c; medIum !Many brands of new vacuum}! power eteerlng; poiyglasstires ). 24 HOURS
35c small 30c. On Lincoln
;
only child.
939.00"' 'sly' used machines trorpiS10. on rear, 1300. Phone
Las Vegas
scheme to rob a major 964-8835
Taking into consideration the City Rd. Just south of
Expert ;Repairs all makes. 473-4210. Itchg
hand-me-down casino Steel Mill. 964-5760. 2tp 9-3 _
practices in many of "Hell's Angela89"hstarrring Parts and Accessories for aQ
families the total Is at$3.790.. vacuums. Built In Central WANTED Will baby Sit to.zny ..
Elect Additional expenditures Tom Stern Jeremy Slate Con- Good Houses In City vaa NEW AND USED
covel'sucl1Uems uum cleaning systems. 712 N. home Mon a3'"Fr1daJ''. SR
ny Van Dyke and Steve Sandor. bedroom!
Maurice Edwards Jr. as transportation recreation house big lot 100 .South. Phone 964-6478.1tp
is Main. Gainesville
bill 378-T110
education, person 1 Playing on the triple pavement close In. Price.: $8.- PLUMBINGRITCH SEWING
Clerk of Court care and the portion of the housing "The Hell Cats". These movIes 20000. 2 ..bed room frame' FOR RENT bedroom block
rated "m" for ma- CLASP, ENVELOPES, all
are
costs attributable to the child. house very ewlbstanltial $a,- alse_. (hornet furnished. 3 mites, MACHINE
ture audiences."A Bradford County Tara.e'raah |
000.00.'A.: :
Man Called Horse"star- J. Thomas Realtor, South of Starke.: Call 964-5690

ring Richard Harris plays Sun- Tel 864-5701. _", UptO Plumbing Co. SALES & SERVICE

day and Monday at the 301 HOUSE PAINTING Inter FAYE'S FABR.' <' ,First ousl. PFAFF- NECCHI
City Fish & Meat Drive In Theatre It has to ior-Exterior. Kool eeal- mobile sty dress drapery, upholstery Acres Costal Bermuda Hay NEW HOME- UNIVERSAL
be rated one of the best Wes- homes. Hourly contract. material. Notions chenille bedspreads for lease. Write "1\4"\ Drawer PHONE 964.7653 $49.50 up
or
tern movies to come along In a First class workmanship.' tapestries.. Also eec A. Starke Fla._2 tp 9-3 P. O. BOX 943 PARTS ft REPAIRS OM All

Market good while. Contact Lonnle Roberts Ral- ends roll ends. BankAmerl-. STARKE, FLA, OTHER MAKE MACHINESNATIONAL
Rated "GP" this Is the story card and Master Charge. Open COTTAGE PARENTS Men Cot
of an English Lord who is ford.' Fla. Mon; Thur, Frl. Monday. 10-7; Tues. through tare parents; wanted. Borne 4TF' ,-.

captured by a Sioux war party 7 am. to 5 p.m. 431-1128. Sat.. 9-7; Sunday 1-6. Hwy. 301 Married couples and women.
607 E. KIIOWNLEE!' ST. 1 961-8077 Kights and weekends. 431- All W,ugly.ant.
1'H
; Here he Is made a beast 1% ml. north of Waldo. (fete( Salary stares $347 per month
of burden and undergoes enor- 1768. 4tp 0-10 per person. S day meek 8 hour 3781355NOTICE

mous mental and physical tor- day Promotional opportunities'
ture to prove his manhood >In SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic Smith Plumbingand State Retirement, sick leave PUMPS
Letters' aU sizes colas Pel'lQ.&for
their savage culture. Corinna "vacation/ etc Please apply In
Tsopel Miss Universe of 1964 use on wood glass Supply person only Personnel Offlc. NEW AND USED
plays her first major role as } paper, metal leather. Bucland Center; GatnesvJtFla. ;;*,
Running Deer the Indian maiden 01 I Bradford County
An equal opportunity emploYer SALES
who brings meaning to Har- Telegraph.. tf Belford Road tfchg, PARTS Starke and Keystone

ris' life. Phone 964-6023 SERVICED Heights area Customers

FRESH outhern Marino (3 !p and Shallow Wells Hastings Mattressand
Contracting and Repairs!
and
Boston Butts lb. . 49c 18 Road Deaths Moved To Gainesville Plumbing Fixtures MARY Water Softeners FiltersPlunabing Upholstery

Predicted For New Name Wa? er .Heaters
Gainesville Marine Wstet Pumps : Supplies 710 St. Johns Ave.PALATKA .
SLICED Labor Day PeriodThe CARTER
Boston Butts Ib. 59c LYNN HAMILTON MGR. EXPERT SERVICE ON

Johnson Motors. Cobra. Boats ALL MAKES Is Open AgainFURNITURE'
last big holiday of the
Sunnyland Tenderized Half or Whole summer may see 18 traffic deathsin Marine' Supplies FOR RENT2 air condition'* PAINTSNEW PHONE 964.7061DURRANCE
Florida unless 1030 E. ed cottages Klngta$ Lake -
some"thoughtful" University Av .
lb. 59c
HAM driving habits are displayed Gainesville Call at night Ph 5332366tfehg Repaired ReflnlsbedReupholstered

during the Labor Day Holiday ... -.. ITEMS PUMP & SUPPLY CO.
weekend the Florida Highway Patrol -
SUNNYLAND D? WE DONT HAVE IT DID YOU KNOW It's easy to
PICNICS whole lb. 45c predicts ...U ret It tor ;you. Office own a Longchamp: Home WALL PAPER NEW MATTRESSES

Col. Reid Clifton, director of Supplies. Furniture. EquJnent. > Better built for Florida living. .Unpalnted Furniture DRAGLINEAND FREE ESTIMATES
dri- '. Bradford County Your plans or ours. Your' \
the patrol said"Thoughttul Call Collect 328-2144
GROUND
FRESH
traf- Telegraph. lot or ours. Contact Buford BULLDOZER WORK
ving has dual meaning for Wood Graining Kit
59cor Mitchell phone 6.
Hamburger Meat Ib. fic safety.; In one instance wj 964-6853. P.

Ibs. for $1.59 mean courteous driving consideration WANTED LISTINGS Box 238 Starke_(fete( .H-80 Paint Remover -
On Homes .and Acreage.. Buyer CLINTONROBINSON EZERASE TYPEWRITER
to other motorists. We
INSURANCEAT PAPER MImeo Paper. Bond
IYdtlnt.Sttmrt Realty, Bet Houses Washed
also mean attentive driving. REDUCED _
RATES Paper Notebook Fillers.Bradford
Fresh Pig$ Feet ... Neck Bones Combining the two "produces a Broker Ph. 881-6609 2117 Stark N. Temple. Fla. Art. AUTO. FIRE BOAT Lawn Mowers For Rent CoP,,'" Telegraph.IP .
winning safety; habit. ,. DOYLE: E. CONNER
$1.00
Maw 4 Ibs. ;
Hog 102 EAST BROWNLEE
For all your Real Estate INSURANCE AGENCT
The holiday starts at 6 p.m. PH. 28.13593PENNY WE DON'T HAVE IT
Friday Sept. 4, and ends at Needs Buy Sell Ex teia FARMS
STREET we'll
get It tor It
yea Oft
WF.:: RAR.R-t1 FRIDAY midnUht Monday. Sect. 7. The change Appraisals. Expert (!fete( Supplies Furniture Equipmant. -
Patrol Is predicting 18 traffic Advice on all Re ,,l
AND SATURDAY '. BAIRDMobile Bradford County
Estate
Problems
deaths during 78-hourperlod.. CaU Telegraph.ctr .
BILL POWELL Homes
- set Real Estate Broker. LEGAL FORMS. Bradford
-
- - - -
Phone 964-6464 NEW and USED County Telegraph. Ph.

SUrke Plata Stark 8.10.12' WldeOalaeevfBa 84- 305.


'"' Vote For e..rr. Uchg. Good QualityReasonably Dex LOBE-A-DioE WEIGHT. and remove safely with excess \ : HIP!/

Priced Culd: ''Vttltli\ FLUIDEX.
filer
Brown Gainesville 378-2785 Only 98o and *l-69 at M.tch-

Serviced. Guaranteed and ell's Drue. lltp 10-29
ARTHUR GASKINS Delivered la Starke Art* aAII READ TMeWANTADS

NO EXTRA COST
VETINARY INJECTABLES
FOR MEMBERSchool US 441 N. 430 NW 13tb Tetanus Tosold

Volkswagen Gainesville 378-2781 Sleeping Sickness

Distemper Hepatitis-LcptoCorablotfo
S
tol.w .. UaNaaNt'
BIC PENS. Ball Point Be*
I Board tlerifae11N1 'WI fills, v. Bradford County Telegraph. ANDREWS DRUGS

Nortk W Tlft MaO

GAINESVILLECARL: POSTED SIGNS: Treated to FOR RENT -12' wide 3 berJ-:

DISTRICT ONE withstand weather 80e sash room' trailer] outside city
e, 3S.19 doe Special price on I larger I1m ..l. J. B. White 964- J14.

..W.I quantities. Bradford<< County tfcfeffBARRETT
"Telegraph.! w
BEGGS
Although I am making an effort I know that it ;is WANTED. : Used Wrlnwr-W
Gulf Service er. Win pay' eash or take .la

impossible to see everyone personally. I would like USED PARTS trade oa anything. DARUXR'S.: Water Conditioning -

at this time to ask the voters of Bradford County to Yep Prices for Wrecked Car '"-7121. ttebg and Pump Co.

accept this as a personal visit to ask your vote an 24 Hour Wrecker Service WILL BUY: Used &lAppllanee.
ynrnltur" TV's, Stereos, say 130 Court Street
support for the School Board Election District I on Fuel Oil thlnr of value. DAHMTR'S.: Phone 964-5832

September 8th. If anyone has any questions they Used Cars AMANA ?-ibot chest freezerstha..t
Rwr.: Ml N. Waldo STA RITE
-
call and I will carry' a. 5-year warrantyfor
would like to discuss with me, please 4(8-1993 labor and parts for only:
Water Conditionersand
$14993 tit DAHMER'S.
and tfchg
come see you. Pumps

SEWING' MACHINE Cleaned 6 Cubic Foot 'walnut grain Del- WELL DRILLING

This} is my first time in politics and I am not mak oiled and adjusted >in your monlco Freezer: like new. Sales and Rentals(
Ibs.
Holds 210 Nearly half price
ing any campaign promises. If elected I will do the home repairs, $3.00.also All Vacuum work guarant cleaner at DAHMER'S Discount Houae.tfchg. Repair Department ,

very beat job I can for everyone in the county. I am ed Dennis E!. Coffins, Phone 24 Hour Service
411-1423. tfchf WATER FRONT PROPERTYOn
for good school at a minimum cost to the Taxpayers. Crosby Lake &Crosby Lake 16.98 8 track: tapes for sale

FOR NOLLMAN'S rental" property Inlet. Ideal For Mobil Homes for (3.98 or $3.50 'TOlth a trade'

in Starke see Mra. Carrie Summer Cottage Or ve x-' In.t DA lMER'S Discount m: 1egrnpqf
Gaskins Ward. 419 N. Cherry St. Uchg Round Living. House tfchg :
Arthur All Lots Ready To -Oear-
4 and 8
Track Stereo Tape
EZERASE ed. Graded ft Leveled.
TYPEWRITES
From $993.00. Playera for cars for sale only
Priced Financing

pd. Pol I, Adv.): FAFEB MImeo Paper Bond '' $49.93 At DAHMER'S Discount
Paper. Notebook Fillers. .Available. Can 9a{-71W. House. tictla

>Bradford County Telen>b,


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