Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 12, 1985
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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Vol. 92 STARKE, FLORIDA 15c County

: No. 12 Thursday, September 10, 1970 COpy

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Tyre ', > '. ,.' QuietlySchool 4 second primary .
runoffs were decreed by
:f-\i'it"\ : :" ... voters who turned out in

::. ::' .'.....". I. ,,;..'.".. ... .1'-. '" ("',' "'.- ." .,- opened quietly Tues- disappointing mum b e r s
Upset "
.:', "r day morning as 3,630 Bradford Tuesday to poll only 61 per
,> students began the 1970-71 term,
cent of the county's total
.. .., ,... ; I according to Supt. Tom Casey. _
Rep. Gene Shaw, of Starke, i', <. .' '.. There were problems but they .-- registered strength.
carried all six counties In the were normal ones, such as an Approximately 3,563 Demo-

16th District to score a two .. ".w.jMJ:; .. ...., .. overloaded study hall at Brad- crats and 101 Republicans visited
to one victory over M.L. (Les) ''!i ford High. But for the great the polls for a total of 3,663

Beasley of Keystone Heights, r t..,... ..4. ''L' part all went smoothly. Johns Brown from the county's 5,923 regis-
in Tuesday's first primary.On For Instance, the 850 Brad- tered electors.
ford Middle School students all Candidates meeting eyeball
the basis of complete, had received class assignments In the September 29
Shaw }' For Clerk eyeball
but unofficial, returns, .. .
.:' before 9 a.m. "I just hope the will be
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polled 10,447 votes in the six .. ,...;. .... ,.- other 179 days are like this Johns and Gilbert S.
counties to 5,595 for Beasley. ;....".:..-" ..- ...... ._,- .,_ ,- Randy
:!! f.S one, said Principal Richard Democratic
.... .. t (Gib) Brown for the
Big surprise In the two local ." ''.. "' .,......_ +yS _. S > Jockel. nomination as Clerk of the Cir-
.:" .t :;;::-f..: J Jk BHS ;
state legislative races was J S Principal Ralph Diggs Li cuit Court; E.W. Hodges, Jr.
the upset of Incumbent Rep. ."..,..-.-,' ..-:-'i\'S'c\...-.' : = ......f. .".......''." says he has a stronger faculty; and Eddie Allen for the County
Ralph Tyre In District 17 by : than last year and the fact ,rdi Commission, District 4 post;

newcomer Wayne Holllngs- ...,: became evident early Monday and Arthur R.Gas sins and John- l .
worth, Lake City; public school .. morning. I nie Blaine Thompson for the

educator and trailer parkoperator. ....;..:..-r---.:.:;: .... -. .... "It's so quiet it scares me," School Board District I seat.
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another principal commented.
The slx-countytotalsgave --- Elected outright Tuesdaywere
Hollingsworth 9,041 nearly two First day student count was :
thousand vote margin over Tyre George W. Roberts, with a
at 7,350. (Continued on Page Four) narrow lead of 51 votes over

Incumbent James M. (Buck)
Hollingsworth beat Tyre In Norman for the County; Commission -
every county but Clay and Nas- Youth I
District 2 seat
sau. In Tyre's home county of : $ \ II.A. Lawson, who polled a mar-
Columbia he was beaten two to gin of 475 to retain his School
Here in Shot
one Hollingsworth.
.. Board, District 2 seat against
Bradford County; Hollingsworthwon challenger Julian McRae.In .
1,545 Tyre's 1509.There
had been no Indication by local KilledA the clerk's race for un-

political prognosticators expired two-year term, Johns
that such an upset was in the Hodges Alien polled 1,119 votes for a com-
making. 17-year-old black youth, manding 316 vote lead over I

Tyre was speaker pro tern .,. ..r Henry J. Aaron, Lincoln City; Brown, the next high man, with
of the state House and has been was pronounced dead at Brad- 803. Maurice Edwards, Jr. rana
described as an Increasingly ford County; Hospital early Sat- Co. Com. Dist. 4 close third with 766; Mar-
competent by fellow House urday morning after being shot gie Dowling was fourth with
members.' He had served six in the upper chest with a .25 640, and Charles Hardy trailed

.4 years., caliber pistol. wk with 591.Roberta. -
By counties, the totals in Released Monday on $15,000 r
bond and charged with the
the two races were: '
shooting Is Clarence L. MIt- polled 1,916 to win

Is chell, 23, also of Lincoln City. back the Commission seat he
lost to Norman in The
Beasley Shaw Happiness Mitchell Is charged with man- 1966.
slaughter and carrying a con- margin of victory was only
Baker 552 962 cealed firearm, both felonies. 51 votes, with Norman polling
Bradford 1362 2237
Clay 1528 2285 a lazy summer day, a pretty girl, a soft sunset, and a cool lake. The bond Is returnable Sept. r ,S, y 1,865.
22 at Plea In F
Columbia 1195 2502 Day county; court.
The shooting happened insidea Hodges led in Commission
527 1792
car driven by Robert Pitt- District 4 with 1,340 votesa --
Union 467 669
man on the Forsyth Road about narrow lead over second high

Tucker 4:30: a.m. Saturday, accordingto .;Allen .rlth 1,241. Harold E. Ware -
Holllng. Tyre Noegel Chief Deputy Sheriff Dolph WAS not far behind with

Baker 1133 671 Reddish. There were seven persons 3.38 votes In this close three-
Bradford 1545 1509 in the car at the time ;, tm race. I
Clay 1311 1825 of the shooting. I

Columbia Nassau 3157 1284 1 1608 1383 Win City SeatsIncumbent SQt Incumbent II.W. (Buster)Ben

Union 611 454 :.-. 1 nett was toppled from his School
GRIFFIS POWELL Board, District 1 seat, running
Gaskins Thompson third in a three-man race. Gas-
WIN SEATS ON kins was high with 1,391;Thompson -
which fell for the
Grid Parents' Nell Tucker won tried several times unsucess- ty voting, second with 1,297; and Ben-
and Starke automobile first time on the same day UNION BOARDSLAKE School Bd. No. 1
a third term fully to repeat, finally succeeding have been held nett trailed with 841.
Night SlatedThe dealer Billy Noegel beat Tuesday. city elections BUTLER Incum- Lawson racked up 2,033votes

Rev Leroy Davis, a black min Veteran One Wiggins, unopposed for The years.turnout topped by 140 bent Gerald Griffis defeated to retain his School Board,

ister, two to one in voting won a seventh term to prediction his opponent Clyde Johns, in Rainfall Total 14.27 Inches In August District 2 seat, against Mc-
annual Parents Night for votes the pre-election
Tuesday for Starke city; coun- his Group 1 seat by polling 1,062 Merrill Edwards .the race for the District 2 Rae's. 1,558.
and fathers of of Clerk
the mothers
cil seats. votes. Wiggins has served 12
Bradford High football playersis it's who usually can tell within a seat on the Union County August rainfall totaled 14.27 Rainfall slacked off In Brad-
"I'm Just damn glad over years on the council; this Is Commission. The vote was 790
set tomorrow night at 7:30 with," Tucker, an accountant the second time he has been few votes how many will turn to 466 with all precincts tallied Inches in Bradford County; according ford County; during the final All totals Include absentee
p.m. in the BHS gym. said as he wrung hands with unopposed.In out for a city; election. to the Florida Forest week In August, however, ave- votes except In the Lawson-
Purpose of the occasion, well wishers in front of the Since the city does not have In the race for the District Service headquarters of SR- raging only 1.93 inches at the McRae race which had not been
Coach David Hurse Is for there is no way to 100 west of three fire towers. During the Wednes-
says Starke fire station. He e- quiet off-year balloting, precincts 5 school board seat, publisherRay Starke. counted at press time
the parents to meet each other merged with a 154 vote margin 1,360 city; voters went to the tell, but poll watchers Tuesday Powell apparently unseated week from Aug. 25 to Sept. 1 day. There were a total of 170
and the football players. polling 736 votes to 582 polls In the fire station Tues- said it appeared the city's incumbent Tucker the New River tower recorded absentee ballots, but two of
Boyd -
Immediately following the for Titus Olson retired far- day, 56 per cent of the nearly 387 Negro voters turned out in by a vote of 644 to 450 with That was just above the 50- 2.3 Inches of rainfall, the these voted In state races only -
meeting with parents, Tornado mer and businessman, who 2,400 registered voters. The numbers. Rev. Davis, only Negro six of the seven precincts year average for August, whichIs Santa Fe River tower was .
gridders will stage a brief In- challenged the Incumbent for turnout may have been helped candidate in the election counted. 14.03 Inches. August rainfall slightly behind at 2.20 inches, The second primary will be
trasquad scrimmage. his Croup 3 seatAutomobile since voters wanted to turn polled more votes than the number annually averages about the and the Louis 11111 tower at held on Tuesday, Sept. 29.
dealer Billy Noe- out anyway for state and coun of Negroes registered. heaviest of the year. Lawtev trailed with 1.20 Inches.

wwwobvnC gel doubling polled Man Hurt
CJe by Rev. Leroy Davisin

their bid for the Group 5 PRECINCT NUMBER 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13A 13B 14 15A 15R TOTAL
Councilman p.T. NoUn who did HOUSE OF REP 16th DIST, : ,

not seek re-election. Noegel M. l..rres". I'.l.' ... 127 39 ';8 60 4R 75 ,,, .
21 7 14 70 ?1 l' Car CrashA
has served one term on the Euaene F.7 40 23 11'F..
council, back In 1956-58 when he Shaw 209 151 104 110 213 75 157 ?3 182 125 113 125 168 34 9? 98 42 2.237
beat Ewell Lawson and has
REP 17th DIST : 24-year-old Starke man,

Wayne Holllnaswprth 146 65 77 67 173 68 79 1'9'; 114' Donald Eberle has been removed -
Fi' R4 R" 1R ''::1 RR e;,:: ?Q 1.545
Hampton Ralr1htTvr 151 62 74 82 153 77 56 171 ln 107 11':1: 7n 11'1 71 1I.0 40 ,n -'- nQ the University from Intensive of Florida care Medical at-

CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT:+ Center after injuries received -

Officials l1h !rt S fG1h1 Rrnwn 8f) 18 when Ms motorcycle
.t 'rt 43 121 .19 l' n '
10 :Ie; ?7 R'':: H '::10 1? 11:: 77? crashed Into a car. }
i2 41 34 18 11) 24 H ,e; 41 .
70 en; H
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Re-elected 1aur1ce Edwards. .1... 18 89 30 40 37 17 113 In .11; '::17 Ql ,., ., ., Eberle was traveling west {
In F. 71 on SB-230 last Thursday on ,
har'l "" 0: I.h.riv, 0 21 35 38 70 22 3 ; 11 44 ?1 F.l. '::1':1: 7n 4 ,::o his 1964 BSA motorcycle anda
RACE: UNITED) Incumbents: fared well In Rand. Johns 38 31 bO 115 43 14 151 101 1968 Mercury sedan drivenby
METHODIST CHUIU'lf: Hampton's city; election Tues- 93 52 65 9 32 55 19 1 1.082 Arthur Lee Bowers, Jr.,

LAWTEY. FLA. day when 108 of approximately COUNTY COMMISSIONER-DIST' 2: 42, Jacksonville was traveling
131 registered voters turned .. ; 1 1 73 ()R 111 lA"" 111r east and slowing to make a
SEPT. 14 THRU WEEK 1M 77 ?n1 QR l1Q 7.1 11 .F.. '1 F.4. ,, 4n 17RR
at the
Services 8 P.M. Each out Edward polls G. Saxon led the tic- George W. Roberts .1.. 194 153 74 79 188 54 100 183 173 85 82 106 142 24 1100 80 26 1 R41 cycle left turn, according in front to of the the Florida motor-

Evening: ket In the Council race with COUNTY ISSIONER-DIST Highway Patrol station here.
REV. FRANK II. 78 votes for another two-year :

SEGHERSEVANGELIST term, while Incumbent Roy P. Eddie_Allen 1 1ee; ; ee; on ':::0 01 e;,:: 1:" ,:: n7 p. 1.,,:: ,::" ,:: ?o C: ?O In 1100 The car slowed for a drop
Glover was re-elected with a E. W. HndaF'i: .1.. "? off into a private drive and
7 .
Fi" 1I.7 F.R 1'R n F.7. 1n 11" CII ,
R' : :: :: 1F.. l' cn: 01 11; rI,
count of 52. Mrs. Frances the motorcycle struck it in
Courtly of Harold E. Waters lnA Q 1I.':: dn 1':1':1: : 1Q l' 1144 QO 1A d n -A if FHP
Wadsworth received 61 votes to 79 0 ::14 19 ::04 the right side, the re

win the seat being vacated by SCHOOL BOARD MEMBE -DIST 1 ported.
<.r tb; ( H
on the Council for the past 16 114 77 38 32 70 22 42 ,;" M 59 F.. 41 49 18 31 27 10 816 five miles per hour and the

years and was not a candi- 155 56 51 78 14n fig 50 13R 1 104 Fi9 117 F.4. 97 19 42 Fi6 29 1 1.346 motorcycle about 60 mph.

t4tc1Jan \ date candidates for re-election., W. Kenneth Two Brown other Johnnie Blain,. Thompson 83. 49. 73 59 140 62 67 158 130 37 48 62 132 8 75 22 18 1,223 Driver of the car, Bowers,

Aecoonle Now 1n....... and Vernon Parmenter trailed SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER-DIST 2: was charged with failure to
with 37 and 35 votes I yield the right-of-way.
respect H A
10'ZO.OOO by '
up Federal. DepoertIheuranc ?? :I 78 101 lOR ?1F. 90 51 21 1R2 104 159 96 165 9 95 92 41 2,033
CorporeUon ively.Continued Julian E. McRae 124 100 70 73 153 Eberle Is a Starke post office -
( on Pace Pour) 67 137 168 126 72 70 101 127 31 67 4T!: 2T 1.558 employee.



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i T f..a I It Pamela Jo Nettles Weds David W. Moore Shower GivenIn

1 1st Methodist Church, Boynton Beach For Mrs. BennettThe r
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ia l .l 1 -a., 1.. First United Methodist The ladles of the Highland
.o \. / t"f" Church of Boynton Beach was Baptist Church honored Mrs.

f. r ..'.\ I .. ti the scene on Saturday, Aug. 22, Dean Bennett, a recent bride,
:I '\ I of the marriage of Miss Pam- with a shower last Sunday at
ela Jo Nettles daughter of Mr. the home of Mrs. Donnie Mos-
L and Mrs. Ralph A. Nettles Jr., ley in Clay Hill.
I i of to DavidW Game and
Boynton Beach wereplayed
Glady Mooty: Phone 964-7608 .f 'J'i! Moore, son of Mrs. HenryL. awarded to Mrs. Lester Austin,
Society Editor I I Moore and the late Mr. Miss Norma Jean Prevatt and Ili
oj t tt Moore of Fairfax Va. The Rev. Miss Janet Sapp. The honoree
\ William B. Mundy of Lakelanc received many, useful gifts \
1 *%1 'I'I '\: uncle of the bride, officiated Refreshments were served to
t nd 0 Given in marriage by her thirty; guests.

) ..'. father, the bride wore a floor
Edwards-Hogan # > length gown of white peau de

Wedding Party : : fr frw J }'r'r r, :' sole Venise satin.lace trimmed A band the of neck-white Club Duplicate Results Bridge

Entertained J"'J line and ran In double rows
from the empire waist down

,. ., i .' the front of the gown and along Mrs. Marie Dent and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. W.II. Edwards (.... the lower edge of the skirt. I Bonnie Harden were winning
Jr. entertained ata dinner party; d'' Fitted long sleeves were also I couple at the Duplicate Bridge
?I / Friday night at the Chiefs banded with Venise lace at the Club Tuesday night where there
eLwT. Club U.S. Naval Air Station wrists, and a detachable trainof I were six tables In play.
Jacksonville, following the wed- : matching satin began at the i! \ Mrs. Martha Moore and Mrs.
ding rehearsal of their son, :' } waistline. Her fingertip veil Rose Schoene were second;
William II. Edwards HI, and w of Illusion was attached to a Lakeland, majoring in elemen- Mrs. Hilda Dey and Mrs. Mary
his fiancee Miss Melanie Kay handmade satin tary education. She Is a mem-
headpiece of Cook were third;and Mrs.Sher-
Hogan. roses. The bride's bouquet was ber of Phi Mu sorlrity; and rod Hamilton and Curtis San- DASHING-Gaucho pants
The U-shaped table was cov- I IJ. of white orchids and stephanotis for two consecutive years was ders were fourth. teamed with black; boots! and
t. ered in white, and centered with with cascading streamersof chosen sweetheart of Tau Kap- The club meets every Tues- a striped shirt take on an
an arrangement of summer flo ; white ribbons attached to pa Epsilon fraternity; Florida day night at 7:30: p.m. in the Austrian flavor in this cotton

wers. .. ., 'hlcpssoms?! of stephanotis. Southern. Pratt Street Recreation Cen- knit outfit by Mm InRpnue.! .
The 40 included 4' The groom attended schoolsIn The shirt n styled with a button
guests mem-
Beattie of Lan-
Miss Judie ter and is open to all bridge and
Fairfax Va.,graduating from down placket split
bers of the wedding party; the tana was maid of honor, wear- players. -
school in 1967. He also attended sides.
Immediate families and out-of- Ing a pink floor length gown of .
town guests. sheer dacron embroidered with the University; of Madrid,
Miss Hogan and Mr. Edwards tiny pink roses. A wide sash Spain, and is now enrolled as Mr. and Mrs. James P. O'- Lt Col. and Mrs. V.J.
presented gifts to their atten- of shocking pink satin adornedthe a senior at Florida Southern, Brian of Niceville spent the Spengler and daughters, Doris
dants after the dinner. empire waist and was tied majoring in Spanish and busi- weekend with her parents, Mr. and Debbie, Mrs. Emma Bad-
Told He Is member of Tau
Engagement m. ness.
In back In a large bow with and Mrs. Robert Barksdale and man, Gayle Hatcher, Melody
streamers falling to floor lev Kappa Epsilon fraternity.; Mr. and Mrs. T.R. O'Brian. Curtino and John Spengler,
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene L.Mat- BryanTomlinsonEngagement Melanie Kay Hogan Becomes Bride el. She carried a nosegay of After a wedding trip to Jamaica ST52 (SS) of New London,Conn.
thews announce the engagementof ToldMrs. pink roses and stephanotis. In the couple returned to Mr. and Mrs. Nate Dyal were spent the weekend at Daytona
Of W. H reside at 709 St. In
their daughter, Elizabeth Edwards III In Orange ParkThe her hair she wore a garlandof Finney In Whittier, N.C.over the week Beach.
Liddon, to William Michael live, pink roses.Bridesmaids Lakeland. end.
Meng son of Mr. and Mrs. PaulI. Willa Mae {Hayes( Is United Methodist Churchin and Junior bridesmaids were were Karan and
Meng of Hampton.The announcing the engagement and Orange Park was the settingfor Miss Leslie Hogan, sister of Stephanie Nettles, sisters of the -,.
bride-elect, graduate of approaching marriage of her the marriage of Miss Me- the bride, and Miss Cindy Turk- bride, Mela Melton of Charlotte
Bradford High School, attended daughter, Linda Diane Bryan, lanie Kay Hogan to William nett, cousin of the bride. The N.C., and Barbara Evansof
Andrew College In Cuthbert, Ga. to Henry Marvin Tomlinson, Howell Edwards HI l on Satur- attendants were gowned alike In Key Blscayne, Miami. The:
where she was a member of son of Mrs. Maggie Tomlinson day, Sept. 5, at 8 p.m. with floor length, champagne green wore gowns In hues of mln
Zeta Delta PI sorolty.; She Is a and the late Henry Tomlinson. Rev. Danny E.l\IGrrlsperform- satin gowns, princess style,accented green, sunshine yellow, baby
graduate of Atlanta College of The wedding will take place ing the nuptials. The bride Is at the neckline with blue, and peach Identical in
Dental Assistants, and Is a can- Thursday, Oct. 8 at 8 p.m. the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ivory rose necklines given them design and fabric to the maidof
didate graduation from Santa in the First Christian Church Jack F. Hogan of Orange Park by the bride.Softness was addedto honor's. They carried nose- ,
Fe Junior College this fall. with a reception In the annex. and the groom Is the son of A-line skirts by unpresses gays of pink roses and stephanotis 1
Mr. Meng graduated from All friends and relatives are Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Edwards pleats in the back,centered with and wore garlandsof
Bradford High School and Santa invited to attend. Jr. of KIngsley Lake. large bows. Their veils were of live roses In their hair. .r"
Fe Junior College,class of 1969. Highlighting the altar were ivory illusion attached to green Little Miss Susan Oyer, of e
At present he Is attending the 'ioli wriestal baskets of white glad- satin bows. They carried artificial Boynton Beach, was flower girl,
University; of Florida In Gainesville ,; pompoms and carnations nosegays of ivory roses, wearing a floor length dress, f'4x
where he enrolled In the against a background of spiral violets and lilies-of-the-valley, designed like those worn by the %
School of Engineering.The candelabra with white tapers, centered with a green lighted other attendants. She carrieda
wedding will be an event or palms and greenery. taper.
white basket of pink roses.
December 19. Mrs. George Canova, organ- Miss Robin Rlx served as of Va. 'F s rk
Gregg Clayton Fairfax
ist, and Mrs. Roy Turknett, flower girl wore a gown simi- a
Bradford County; Hospital announces soloist, aunt of the bride, pro- liar to those of the other attendants was best man.Groomsmen were
Labo Day at the Mike Fedor of Fairfax Va.;
Spending the following births: vided nuptial music.
Robbie Pace was ring-
Jackson cottage on Spring Lake Preston Stafford, Davenport;Al
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ken- Mr. Edwards attended his son bearer.
were Mr. and Mrs. H.E. Smith, neth Davis Starke, a son, Harold as best man and the ushers The bride, given in marriageby Fisk, Sebring; and Garnet Lawrence
Mrs. James Smith, Mr. and Kenneth Davis n Sept. 5. Mark Hogan brother of Richmond, Va. Ralph
were her father, wore a Vlctorlar a t J ._w.4a
Mrs. J.E. Smith and Mrs.Frank Mr. and Mrs. Farah II. Jo- the bride, Bob Edwards, bro- of and Freeman Nettles, twin bro-
styled wedding Impor.
Weaver of Williston, Mr. and hary, Lake Butler a son, Ed- ther of the groom, and Gene ted; candlelight silk gown organza,accented thers of the bride, were ushers tt : :
Mrs. W.T. Jackson Sr., Mr.and win Farah. Sept. 6. Reddick. at the high neckline and and also lighted taperson 1
Mrs. Tom Jackson, and Mr.and the altar.
Mrs. Gene Reddick servedas
their Mr. and Mrs. Marlon William down the lantern sleeves with of .a
and Two arrangements
Mrs. Marc Jackson matron of honor, Miss Bet- large r7Rt
children. Thornton, Starke, a son,Sept 7. ty Manuel was maid of honor, peau d' ange lace and tiny seed white gladioli and pink roses
pearls. The lace motif was car- in pedestal containers were in e
__ __ 1 loins- tae tin tss- --- ---- ried through on her chapel
." -- M HM -MM --HBi -HB- the foreground of the pulpit,
length train. Her bouffant fingertip of
and smaller arrangements
veil of Imported illusion the same design were on either -
, CHEVY'S NEW was secured to a matching lace side of the communion ta- t
cap with seed pearls. She car- ble. Burning tapers set in silver -
ried a cascade arrangement of candelabras spiraled in a ,
ivory roses.A staircase design on either side
reception was the of the altar.A 4a
church fellowship hall, where
program of nuptial music
baskets of white gladioli, pom-
poms and carnations were used. was presented by Curtis Wea-
PORBUSINESS. On the stage was a garden set- ver, soloist, of Boynton Beach,
ting from which the bride threw and Mrs. Ethel Carle,organist, a
her bouquet. of Lake Worth.
Standing in the receiving line A reception was held in the M
We call it Vega. Height of the is 50
coupe just were the bride and ,their fellowship hall of the church immediately -
We also call it "the little car that inches, nine inches lower than the parents, and the groom bridal attendants after the ceremony.
does everythir.g well." leading import. The unique bridal cake con-
Because it does. Width: a nice stable 5'Vz feet The bride's table was covered sisted of four large, double I

Everything? Everything. Weight: 2,190 !Ibs. for the sedan. with an ivory lace cloth,draped layered cakes mounted on lazy .,'-.
Engine displacement: 140 cubic with a garland of boxwood, with susans, forming the base. Eachof
Vega moves well, stops well, clusters of white roses and violets the four cakes was centered
steers well, rides well, handles well, inches.Fuel about 25 with at the corners. Centeringthe with a column which supported DUNDEE
economy: mpg, FLORALSThick
well well travels one larger central cake,
responds passes the standard and transmission table was a four-tiered wed-
well, parks well, wears well, and is engine ding cake topped with a bou- which In turn supported tiersof
in highway tests.Horsepower .
priced well under what you'd expectto our quet of ivory roses, flanked by two additional cakes of grad-
for such talented little : 90. You can order silver candelabra with candle- uated size. Roses In pastel
pay a car. 110. ((80 and 93 hp, SAE Net.) 100% cotton woven Reg. $1
In our highway tests, Vega has light tapers, and decorated with colors decorated the cake,
been getting mileage in the Seating capacity: 4 adults. roses, violets,lilies-of-the valley which was topped by a minia- with gay floral prints in *
gas What it all adds up to is a lot of and bows of candlelight il- ture bride and groom in a can- 22X44"Bath 77
neighborhood of the little imports, little car. lusion. Cutting the cake were opied garden scene. pink, blue or yellow.

which isn't a bad neighborhood.Yet Three cars and a truck. Mrs. Robert A. Pace and Mrs. Pink punch, assorted finger SAVE 23%.
unlike your average little car, Jack Gordon. sandwiches, nuts and mints
turned well that
Vega out so wecouldn't
ours steps ricSt out when you step on The two punch tables were were served to the guests, with
the gas. turn out just one. covered with Ivory satin cloths the wedding cake.
The engine is a specially designed So we're turning out four: the and centered with silver punch Miss Judy Menk of Boynton 694 HAND TOWEL 57 39$ WASHCLOTII 33 e
overhead cam four with a lightweight sporty little hatchback coupe shown bowls. Around the bowls were Beach kept the bride's book.
aluminum alloy block. It turns slowly open and closed in the foreground garlands of boxwood Inter- Mrs. Mozelle Moody, of Lake
and quietly at turnpike speeds, with below; the sedan, on the right; the spersed with roses and violets.At Worth, a friend of the family,
power to spare. Kammback wagon, on the left; and the each table were silver can- designed and directed the wed SOLID FOAMPILLOWS ;
Disc brakes are standard in the little panel truck, in the rear. dlebra with lighted tapers. Pre- ding, Including flower arrangements -
front. So bucket Oh, and a special GT version of siding at the punch bowls were as a gift to the bride,
are seats, except on .
Mrs. Lenery M. Royal and Mrs.
the and which we'llshow
the truck. coupe wagon Rodney Gorman. The bride is the paternal

How we doing so for? you later on. Miss Pamme Gorman kept granddaughter of Mrs. RalphA. $ 33
September is Opening Day. the bride's book, and assistingIn Nettles, Sr. of Starke, and Reg. 3
Numbers speak louder than word All 6,300 Chevrolet dealers are serving were Mrs. BethJen- the late Mr. Nettles. Her father 34.69Save f

The wheelbase is 97 inches. handling Vega, so you shouldn't haveto kim and Miss Patti MacDonald Ralph A. Nettles Jr. e
Total length is lust under 170 go very far to see and drive one. Passing out rice bags were graduated from Bradford County almost 3096 on this s Q
inches, or nearly four feet shorter thana Chevy's new little car is open for Misses Page and Blalre Simp- ; High School. jumbo ZO26"latex foam .
The bride attended elemen- rubber pillow Zippered u
fall-size Chevrolet. business. Look son.
into it.
tary schools In Brooker and cover.CHENILLE
Following a wedding trip to Boynton Beach, and graduated
North Carolina and Virginia, from Secrest High In BoyntonIn
the couple will reside in Orange 1967. She attended Palm
Park. The bride travled in a Beach Junior College and is
Navy blue knit coat and < -ss now enrolled as a senior at BEDSPREAD
ensemble with Navy accessories Florida Southern College,
with which she wore
the ivory rose corsage from her
bouquet.The Mrs. Henry O'Hara attendedthe Reg. $ O33
funeral in Adele, Ga. Mon- $4.69Tufted I
r bride graduated from day of her nephew and niece,
Nathan B. Forrest High SchoolIn Dr. and Mrs. E.M. Newberne ,
1 1I Jacksonville, Palm Beach of St. Petersburg, who were spread machine
Junior College and School of killed in a plane crash in Chattanooga washable lint free and l ;:: /
Dental Assisting. She Is now Tenn. Friday night. has bullion fringe. Dec s \s ..18..
orator colors. Full .
I employed as a certified dental Their three sons are In critical size.SEWING \CfY0"
assistant In Jacksonville condition in a hospital In 1 1 V -- \ t
Mrs. O'Hara and
The graduated from
JY BUS and attended South Georgia relatives, Mrs. Lenora Wad- BONDED
-.... College, St. Johns Junior Col- dell, Mrs. Ann Hamman and ACRILAN

lege and Florida Atlantic University. Mrs. Mavis Hart of when Tampa their NOTIONS WEAR DATED FABRIC
were slightly injured
; He Is serving in the
Navy Reserve and is stationedIn car overturned near Lake City;

'wEiw..wuo Charleston,,S.C. aboard the Sunday night while enroute to the off $ 33
funeral. Reg.
destroyer, USS Johnston. our 3.99 3

% reg. prices 1d.
Mrs. Bob Farrior of Brooks-

..,' Executive Board ville spent the weekend with Solids and fancies in I
II VEGA Has LuncheonThe her parents,Mr.and Mrs.Ralph U Thread Zippers Acrilan bonded to acetate

Diggs. Tapes and more! tricot. Hand washable and
.sz executive board of the wear guaranteed for 1 year
Starke Woman's Club held a Mr. and Mrs. Leo Champion by Monsanto. 54/56" width
Dutch treat luncheon and meetIng returned last Wednesday after

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Sgt. Paul L. Miller was Terry Yawn will leave Mon-
is visiting her parents. Mr.and
Mrs. T.B. Harding this week. home for the Labor Day weekend day for the University of West
visiting Ms parents Mr. Florida.

Mr. and Mrs. Herb Heeres and Mrs. Larry Miller.
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Mrs. Martha Dixon of Winter
and family wore vacationinglast
Sammy Miller Jacksonville Garden was a weekend guest of
Thursday to Saturday at
was a weekend guest of Jimmy Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale.
Vero Beach Sarasota and Cypress Dowling.

Gardens. Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Baughnand Gray Flynn will be confinedIn .,

Mrs. Mae Jones and grandchildren family of Swalnsboro Ga. the Alachua General Hospital .
Mike and Anita Jones, and Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Paulk for ten days following knee surgery -
of Jacksonville were Sunday Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Sunday for injuries received 4
visitors of Mrs. VYJE. Middle- Paulk Jr. and daughters of Lake In a football game Friday _
ton. City were weekend guests oi night In Gainesville.
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paulk.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Johns
Mr. and Mrs. David Long of TE7E
Orlando were visiting his parents Rex Smith of Madison. N.J. have had as visitors Frank
Col. and Mrs. T.T. Long spent Sunday night with his Paver and Russell Snyder of
Miami last Wednesday and
over the weekend. grandmother Mrs. Bertha
Pearce, while enroute to the Thursday and Mrs. Huldah
Mrs. Clyde Sinclair and University of South Florida Morgan and grandson, Hogan
Tampa. Copeland Jr., of Jacksonvilleover
daughter Evelyn spent the weekend.
weekend In Manchester Ga.
with relatives and attended a L/CpjU!} Ronald S. Smith left
wedding.Mr. Friday for El Toro, Calif for Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Lawson Golden Wedding Anniversary Reception
duty with the Third Marine visited Sgt. and Mrs. Jerry
Given For Mr. And Mrs. Tullie Norman
Air Wing. Lawson and family at Fort Walton -
and Mrs. Charles Fields
Beach over the weekend.Mr. .
and family of Jacksonville and
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tanner of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wood of Mr. and Mrs. Tullie Norman The gift table was covered
Baldwin were Sunday visitors Gainesville entertained Mr.and and Mrs. Byron Hamil- celebrated their golden wedding with a gold linen cloth edged
of Mrs. J.H. Fields. Mrs. A.J. Thomas and Mr. and ton visited Mr. and Mrs. W.D. anniversary Sunday afternoon with a garland of fern and was
Mrs. Delano Thomas and chil- Hamilton In Orlando over the with a reception at the Bayless presided over by Mrs.Joe Sapp.
Mr. and Mrs. DeRltch Green dren at their Kingsley Lake weekend. Highway Baptist Church givenby Miss Barbara Eggers of Jack- The f
and family have moved to 601S. home on Labor Day. their children and grand- sonville kept the guest book.
Alton Road. children. Approximately 125 guests
Local admittances to Bradford Standing In the receiving line called between the hours of 2:30:
Col. and Mrs. JA. Griffin County Hospital this week were Mr. and Mrs. Norman, and 5:30 pjn.Outoftown.
spent the weekend at Lake Keer. Include: Pat A. Miller Miss their daughters Mrs. Eldon
Joan Hlnson Terry Fox, Rob- It Sapp of Starke and Mrs. B.J. guests attendingthe
Mrs. L.D. Vining was In ert Tyler Tommy Brantley i iR Eggers of Jacksonville and reception { Mr. and Mrs.
Stockton, Ga. over the weekend Steven Whitehead Mrs. Lorlne s their son, Gerald Norman of Sidney Emanuel and Mrs.
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Sanders Earl Robinson JamesA. Starke. Wilbur Bruce of Enterprise.
Wiggins. Gnann Mrs. Mora Klondes Arrangements of gold and Mr. and Mrs. J.L. Gillyan U
and Lawton L. Conner Starke; white flowers were used in the and Mathew Lundy, Deland' Mr. A New
Mr. and Mrs. Byron Mcintyre Mrs. Anna Lee, Melrose; Mrs. reception hall. and Mrs. Homer Sterns Tav-
and sons, of Jacksonville who Helen Black Lake Butler; Wil- The refreshment table was ares; Mr. and Mrs. W.H Andrews -
spent the summer with her liam L. Reynolds, and Mrs. covered with a lace cloth over Waldo; Mr. and Mrs.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Doris Osbrune Keystone gold linen and centered with an Joe E. Sapp Hugh Haltiwanger
DuPre plan to move into their Heights; Mrs. Bessie Brown- arrangement of gold mums. Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hait-
new home at Ponte Vedra Beach ing, Mrs. Margaret E. Killer Presiding at the punch bowlsat Iwanger Jr., Mr. and Mrs. B.J.
within a month. and Hayward R. Linzy Jr., Rat- each end were Miss Beverly Eggers Mr. and Mrs. Harvey
ford; and Mrs. Elizabeth Kaiser Eggers Jacksonville and Mrs. Edwards and Mr. and' Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. G.S. Newcomb Lawtey. Gerald Norman of Starke. The Richard Dennison Jacksonville -
have moved to Gainesville cake table was also covered witha ; Mr. and Mrs.Carl Dobbs
where they are managing the Mr. and Mrs. Brad Locke and 4f lace cloth over gold linen Lake City; ; Mrs. Mattie Ellis I. '
Ponte Rosa Motel. sons of Tampa were weekend and centered with a four-tiered Worthington Springs; Mr. and
guests of her mother Mrs. wedding cake decorated with Mrs. John Snead Tampa; Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Ket- Shellie Gerle. y gold and white florets. Mrs. Verner Spiers Richmond Va.;
chie and family of Valdosta t Rudolph Sapp cut the cake. At G.W. Chlsm Moniac, Ga., Mr.
Ga. were weekend guests of Capt. and Mrs.Franklin Ritch each end of the cake table were and Mrs. Joe Hill Ocala; and
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ferguson.Mr. of Fort Rucker, Ala.were week- arrangements of white roses Cecil Hardy,Highland,and their
end guests of his mother Mrs. and gold mums. families.
and Mrs. Dennis Williams Hazel Ritch.
and family of Largowere r
guests of her parents Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. C.S. Haddock SESAME BITES
Mrs. Bill Graham, at Kingsley attended the Haddock family about 4 dozen cookies
Lake over the weekend. reunion at Kings Ferry on Sun- IS'rINCTIV"Cttn butter
corduroy ?4 cup 2'/3'! cups enriched self-rlsinf
day. milt-red. in panels, for a '/a cup sugar flour
Mrs. Eve Baldwin was visiting hold ,rliovron effectrentes/ asoft 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract 6 tablespoons sesame seed
Mr. O.H. Thomas In Gainesville wrap tort with plastic
over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Orle Wigginsand cuffs Denineil by Joanna( Nelson 1 egg
daughter Susan Mr. and of California:it'it worn overmatching Cream together butter and sugar until light and fluffy. Beat
Mrs. Randal Chitty and Mr. Mrs. Don Neel and family and punts in vanilla and egg.Gradually blend In flour to make a soft dough. ,
Drew Reddish and families and Phillip Nichols spent Labor Dayat Form Into inch balls; roll in sesame seed to cover completely.
greased baking sheet and bake In preheated 350' oven
and St. Augustine Beach. Place on
Carl Hurse spent
brown. Cool completely ,
15 to 18 minutes, or until golden
with Mr. and Mrs.
serving. Store In loosely covered container.
1st Lt. and Mrs.Freeman Register -
Snell of St. Augustine.
m of Fort Lewis, Wash. Spoon flour Into dry measuring cup; level. Do not scoop.

Bill Eppa was host at a lunch- are home on 30 days leave after .
Enriched self rising flour makes It even quicker to fix these.
, eon Wednesday Sept. 3 at the which Freeman will go to
Zone for two flavorful cookies for your family. Premeasured amounts of
Holiday Inn for the employees Panama Canal
Rh salt and leavening have been added at the mill to save measuringand
of the Community State Bankto weeks Jungle training before
mixing steps. Also added at no extra cost are three ImpOrt.
honor Mrs. Sharon Prevatt sent to Vietnam. Mrs.
being "Sul. llely is. the art of ant vitamins thiamine, niacin and riboflavin, plus the minerals
> saying
Bennett a recent bride. Mrs. Register will continue her studies iron and calcium a health bonus for all.WEATHER .
Bennett received a rotisserie at Florence State University /( what you think and get-:
broiler and pictures of the eventas Ala. ling/( out of range before it is
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HamptonVote State Races School

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(Continued from}, Page One) Follow
Incumbent Willard Thomaswas Here Continued from Page One)

unopposed and received 81 a little below expectations, 210 .
votes for another one-year term fewer students than the 3,840
as mayor. Arthur Bruno received that had been predicted. No
four write-in votes and Fla. TrendBradford principal ever thinks he's going
Don 'Hill three write-ins for to lose students said Supt.
the office Casey but actual experience
Lillian Ingenlath, incumbentcity County followed the For Florida Supreme Court, shows that each year some students
; clerk won handily with 69 state's voting pattern in Tues- Bradford's Democrats favored leave and some new faces
votes to 32 for her opponent, day's first primary to give top Judge Hal P. Dekle with 1,667 appear. F: "' Irv It.r; r IRrrrrr1gl
Jackie Johns. to Attorney General Earl votes to 1,053 for Tallahassee
spot Casey said he was not surprised -
For the office of Marshall, Leo Foster.Dekle also
Faircloth for Democratic nominee -
at the 3,630 head count,
incumbent R.H. Parker was favored irroom
In statewide
won voting.
In the Governor's race, that It about normal
with 53 votes, to 29 for and Farris Bryant, top Democrat For Secretary of State,Brad- to him. Approximately 29 percent
L.G. Johns. and 19' for Arvtl In the U.S. Senate race ford Democrats heavily favored of that number is black
Shealy. Sen. Dick Stone of Miami, giving -
The newly elected officials On the Republican side,Brad- him 1,545 votes to 778 for students. C MBIAr
will begin their new terms at ford's sparse GOP electors favored J.L. McMullen, of Live Oak Bradford High is still the
the October council meeting. Coy Claude R. J Kirk,who and 306 for Stan Talt, of Tal- largest school in the county; ..,. n.+.R'l4Cw-
narrowly missed a first pri- first with 1,069 students _
lahassee. Stone also won reporting y
mary victory over two oppo- primary victory for the Democratic Tuesday morning. The middle l A% SL I bl JO available to be built on your property anywhere. .out In
;Rains Average nents for the party's nomina- nomination over his two school reported a head count t I f d 11 a the country at the beach or lake in the. mountains .
tion. opponents and will face Republican of 850, Starke Elementary 618, ,, -" almost anywhere in mora than 30 states not a temporaryplace
Inches home, conventionally .built
to live, but a permanent
The Democratic votelnBradford
Don Melklejohn In the Southside Elementary 515 Law-
sec- l' using high quality materials and construction methods .
for Governor was: Fair- toy Elementary 299, Hampton 1
ond primary.
# one that is almost certain to gain in value instead of depreciating
Rainfall during the week of cloth 1803; Askew 678;Mathews Democrats here favored Elmer Elementary 199 and Brooker .. .a good investment (for your hard-earned money
September 1-8 averaged 1.73 671, and Hall 395. Friday for Attorney Gen Elementary 119.
Inches In Bradford County, according On the basis of incomplete eral giving him 1,221 votes to All schools are still a llttU
to the Florida Forest statewide returns Falrcloth will 1,024 for Robert ShevuuShe- short of the expected kinder- .f affordable even In this day of constantly rising
face State Senator Reuben As I
Service, slightly under the 50 win and Friday will face each garten enrollment, Asst. Supt. 1 e and hard nowget t financing Jim Walter built homes are
kew of Pensacola In the second
year average for the month other In the run-off on September Connie Clark pointed out He affordable there are more than 20 LOW PRICED models
of 1.97 Inches. primary run-off. Faircloth 29.For says that school officials urge I ... but because they cost less, doesn't mean you get less. .
the wettest polled over 200,000 votes, to State Treasurer Demo- parents with children: who will as a matter of fact In addition to the low overall cost, you
New River was approximately 175,000 for Askew crats here gave Thomas D. O'- be five years of age by Jan- can even save more money by finishing some of the Inside
place 2.80th 150,000 for Mathews and Malley a narrow margin of uary 1 to register them in a yourself...do as much ss you want. .the more you do, the
with inchcountyrainfall 115,000 for Hall.DemocraUc victory, 1594 to 1465 In his kindergarten class. more money you save this way you can have a whole lot
measured at the fire tower vote In Bradford attempt to unseat Incumbent more house for a lot less money. .and..
there. The Santa Fe tower had for U.S. Senator was: Bryant Broward Williams for the .
.qualified property owners get.
1.40 Inches and the Louis Hill 1,300; Schultz, 881; Chiles 853; Democratic nomination.O'Mal- CLASP ENVELOPES, anslzesv ;
tower at Lawtey .90 Inches.No Hastings, 312; and Dares 114. ley was high in statewide vot- : Bradford County Tele- MORTGAGE FINANCING
Statewide results made It a and graph.EDMONDSON.
ing will face Republican
forest fires were recorded runoff between Bryant, with < So get t the fact*-and complete Information.Fill out the coupon,wnd for our.free catalog of homti today.
nominee Tom Slade In the a

been during 67 fires the week.since There January have 1 with over over 200,000 170000.votes,Schultz and Chiles ran second Public primary.For Service. Commissioner A l a.. &e Lute ofSecondffotue, Cottage*

and 682 acres burned. third with 150000. -- --
over the Democratic vote Landclearing Wh n 'you th+nk of new /torn* think of in. .
here was: Chancey 703; Bevis I (I-lttl WALTIR..MOTM NOMIS.tlk. .I) .T ....-. I
615;_Wright 533; ; Allister. 337; BULLDOZING I I would Illi. (o I h... inert 'Information' end r,.... I
and Koo 130. A second primary d tho...'of building my property.I under,. ::'..
FLORIDA MOWING rand. "thor. would b.no .bllgoloon to .buy ,
will be between
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I and that you would QJVO mo "lh' t facf
Bevis and Wright.REPUBLICAN. TRACTOR WORK ,h..of chargo.ADMIU. .

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Lime Rock 3281 Wed 3001 South P. O. Box IMSMM I CITY STATS I IP
FRI. SAT., SUN.. SEPT. 11, 12, V.: Less than 50 per cent of the Qualified Operator Beaver St. Pine SI. E. Dahl Talapliana"( nalihaara)_____
county's; 224 registered Republicans Phone O. Box 6248 P. O. B.x IMPb. e.8. M Oinate I .If rural rawtf"....ales l alra."..... I
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Tuesday to register their Stark', Florida I I awn praparty. ,In _________________.awnty. I IUNIROYAL
choices for the party's 1---1

rKelly's nominees.Harrold Carswell was favored
N locally for U.S.Senate,although

4: Bill losing Cramer.the race The statewide Senate to vote Rep.In K J I 1 IWl t l
Bradford was: George Balmer lUNIRDYALl llUMIRDYALl II UNIROYAL I
7.; Carswell 63; and Cramer UN IROYAL
In the Governor's race.Brad-
ford Republicans favored Gov.
Claude Kirk with 59 votes Ec- aD
kerd polled 34, and Bafalls 8. YOUR I
On the basis Incomplete state
returns J Kirk narrowly misseda MAKE I UNIROYAL @
first primary victory and will '
be in the run-off with Eckerd. TIRES
For State Treasurer thevotewas
80 for Tom Slade and 21
for .Tom Johnston. Slade also
Heroes won in statewide voting, polling

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Berkey Sanders
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by Patrolman
Sanders has
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face charges .
The car stolen
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Cove, was a
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hicle mder E. McRae
eral days.

wJs ;9- police The Temple station Achievement just won the National Award

P y port the car had insurance, iven by
on US-301 In Association of
v tel all Sunday And
NY picked it up. a pretty good sign/:
IhYh partment said 'like what he's
den had ,
because he's selling is his
"hot on the trail. His ability to help

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leased from the future, be it family
Roughest ride at the rodeo ,Monday was this Prison at Ralford .
white fared bull who seemed to take a violent attitude time for grand life, health dnd group
*'. call in a real winner..
Sandi toward people sitting on his back. The bull prevailedin II
Morgan, operating like a professional, baa I
I this Billy helpless in the girl's goat tie at Little most cases. KZSRASETAffit, ifbnee :

Britches! rodeo Monday.A ....... NeUboek of Georgia

first ever for the Brad- most explosive event due to a second place.In .radlu.. .,...'" ,", 1 unq.un .4 r nrnfu 'Ir

ford 4-H Club, the Little Brit- flesty animal who took the fun the girls' goat tying event. I
ches Rodeo was an outstanding the wrong way. Guy Masters of Donna Bryan was first, Deana --- --- --- ------------------ ---------------
success, according to Bob Tay Palatka, the boys'winner, stuckon Medlock second, and Betty; Ann ,
lor, county extension agent. the bull like a tick to win. Griffls third.
1 I II
It provided over five hoursof that event. Joe Kirkland took Mike Reed Took first placein
thrills and spills for some bronc riding. Terry Sanderswas I I II
500 spectators and proved equally Sen. Saunders Say second and Roy Atkins
successful financially tor Wrd. t II
the young boys and girls who State Must Help Vickie Anderson won the I
worked so hard, Taylor says.A greased pig chase for girls. .t
hand of thanks should also Fund CountiesIn Annie Cardenius was second .
be extended to the many par- and Glenda Thornton third.
ents and other adults who donated a review of the 1970 leg- Despite some trouble with t
their time, effort, and islative session at the Rotary managing who got to ride In
livestock, the extension agent Club last week, State Senator the rodeo,which should be eliminated .
added. Bob Saunders of Gainesville next year, Taylor describes -
"In a time when all you hearIs pointed to additional tax money the rodeo a success.It t .
the cry of the 'generationgap returned by the state to the was a lengthy event, lastIng I .
,' It was great to see adults counties and cities and said from 2:15: P.m. until eight
and teenagers work togetherIn this trend must continue as ad o'clock Monday night, but. I I.l. -
such close harmony," Tay- valorem taxes can no longer raised around $425 for the 4-H
lor stated. carry the load of local govern- Club. i 1 1I ,
A home town girl, Carol ment and schools. Plans are for the young peo '
Diggs, captured the high point Among the additional State ple's rodeo to be an annual '
trophy in the Girls'. Division. funds received locally, Saun- event, Taylor says. I
Boys Division honors were won ders mentioned $13,000 to the
by Guy Masters from Palatka. Health Department, $2,500 to .
Eleven-year-old Carol captured the public defender office, and .." !Movies"The ...
first place in the 6-12 $299,510 to the school system. ,
year old buddy pick-up. Pat The speaker predicted that I II
Reed was second and Tim Head small counties would take another Years", a I
third. loss in power In the leg- Impossible at the FIRST COME !I
hilarious comedy, plays I j
islature after the new reapportionment -
In the 13-19 group, first place Florida Theatre Friday, Satur- 3
that is required I
went to Trina Tomlinson while day and Sunday. I 1'\1"1&
Rodney Griffin was second and after each ten-year national David Niven plays the pay MI UST
i iI im
census. He said there was a I tlEW

Roy First Atkins place third in steer decor- move bership on of foot the to reduce senate the from mem-48 old chlatrist daughter father, CrlsttnaFerrare of a 17-year-, I Factory FIRST SAVE w 19 !I Io ;
In hot water gAt
ating went to Ted Tilton, sec- to 40, which would mean that who is constantly Amus- '
ond place was won by Rudy Med- his district, including Bradford, with her square parents. t i

lock and third- .place, by Don- would be even further enlarged. ing momenta episodes in situations vie with poignant in which Invoice. NO DEALERS PLEASE) ;

nie In Nettles.the 6-12 cloverleaf riding .in Saunders area. said the 1970 session parents and daughter find they 1 Las! '
event, Carol Diggs captured passed a great many laws do not speak the same lan- While They
first place Jimmy Scott was in the field of conservation and guage and finally the climax.plot is Beat The 1971 :
second, and Deana Medlock anti-pollution, including one act brought to a Years"is rat- I xs
"The Impossible
third.In prohibiting the sale of state- II
the 13-19 cloverleaf was owned land unless it is done in ed "G". I
bill la"Kelly's
Playing the double 1
Hammer stein In first the public interest.
place):! with Gill Nelson second The speaker said that in the Heroes",rated"GP". '
A set against a war 3 Increase
comedy Price
and Dwajne Eddy third. past there had been much con-
of 27GI' s
Bull riding turned out to be struction of homes, motels,and background, is the Story SERA
who take off to rob a
even condominiums on state- NEW 197(
lines. Star-
bank behind enemy
owned land which had been
created by dredge and nil oper- ring Clint Eastwood, Telly Sa- I 6% or More --- Reduced
JacksonvilleBusiness ations. He said that this prac- valas, Don Pickle and Don FORD PICK-UPS AND
ald Sutherland, this movie com- Warranties 7977's I II
tice will be stopped under new on GU jI j
legislation passed at the last bines comedy, caper and war. I
session.On A triple dose of horror playsat I First Come First Save ,
the 301 Drive-In Friday and ,1
the side Saun-
ders said he believed the Leg- Saturday.A anda I .. .- TOWOKS Our Volume and Low a'' No I I
islature made a mistake whenit haunted full moon house, a are seance the back- 1 F600 2 I IC
abolished the old State Road
Board and replaced It with the ground for a vicious murderIn

DirectoryAuto Department said the of local Transportation.He communitiesneed Frankle"Horror Avalon.House"Also starring playingon & C Overhead Enables us to 9 I

Sales and Service they used the representation to have through which their gar the Allan triple Poe's horrorama"Spirits is Ed-of Sell for Less, Than The o r I II "

I Road Board members, and that the Dead", the story of the I yU O ,
they no longer have anyone to sole descendants of two ancient .
Parrish Motor take their troubles to. families separated by a dead- z D RBIRQ I
"Frankly," Saunders said, "Ididn't ly feud. Wllhelm, Peter Fonda M Big City Dealers A
!SALES know that we had abl- has but one passion,his horses. 00yF ,
didn't know that we had abolished Frederica Jane Fonda,is ruled ; ,
SERVICE the Road Board until only by her ruthless whims rs f c 0lCODN
PARTS the day after we passed the new. and fancies. When they acci- :I BRAND NEW I II
e. r
reorganization bill. He said dentally meet horror ensues. 4+
Always Good Vied Can the reorganization was so complicated Also starring in the "R" I rstsaV tape I Ie
121 Laura St. Ph. 356-S4J4 and so vast in scope rated movie is Brlgette Bar-
that many legislators were unaware dot.Playing Pinto ComingSEPTEMBER systed I
that it meant the deathof with "Horror House"
ELECTRIC MOTORS the Road Board. "We should and "Spirits of the Dead" is
have known, but we didn't," "The Crimson Cult", rated GP. I
PEAVY Brother he said, and predicted that an Academy Award Winner for 11TH I
effort would be made at the best actress, Maggie Smith
Electric Co., next session to reestablish the stars in "The Prime of Miss
board. Jean Brodie" at the 201 Drivein -
Electric Motors Saunders said that by meet- Sunday and Monday. Thli /
ing every year, and with interim movie is rated "GP". 1971 Fords !I
Sold Serviced RepairedGenerators ArmatureRewinding. committees worMng continually Playing on the double bill ComingSeptember 18th
Starters between sessions, the Sunday and Monday Is "'fht
Legislature was no longer to Girl Who Couldn't Say No",
4044 Lenox Jax. 387-2528 be a "rubber stamp for the rated "M", stars Virus Llsi
executive department. and George Segal. I I IA

PIANOS In answer to a question, he
I Io
held out no hope for the four- I
YAMAHA PIANOS lanlng of U.S. 301 between plague our defense. I A 1
Baldwin and Callahan
: under
CONN and KIMBALL Only way we can win this game
tho administration."We TERWILLEGAR
ORGANS present Coach Allen says, "is to go out
are working on it all the
and get them and scramble for I
dme, he said, "but It might
every yard we get"
take another two or three
Outstanding this
;years The Lex speaker Green. was Introducedby week Wlikerson were Joey David Thomas Newham, Earl, '_ i iI ,

Donald Keys, Stan Reddish, I
Steve Register, and Greg Starling I rI

JV FootballOpens week who as well.was outstanding last I

Coach Allen said his team is I I II
KIMBALL "SWINGER" ThursdayGoing not In the physical conditionhe MOTORS
ORGANS would !like for them to be.On I I
Roosevelt Ma11-388-851' the bright side, he said there
Into action here next hasn't been any serious injuries. -
Thursday, Sept. 17, Bradford'sJV Billy Gigham, !injured last I
WESTERN STORE football team will face a week, has completely recovfrea
strong Eastaide team from and is back In good form.
Gainesville. 1 I II l
LITTLE DUDE Coach John Allen said that hedoesn't I

know much about Eastside Your Authorized Ford Dealer In Bradford I
Western Store but what he does scares A* the Game .f Life foe I X
him. He described Eastside as Into late Innings y...',. lucky I
I And :
with Union Counties
'Western Clothing Leataer- big, quick team a sensational it anybody remember that 1
Saddle and Traders quarterback were a candidate for
good Pendly. Pendly is a powerful you 2Q& West Madison St. Phone 964-720O Starke Fla. >
Charles Sharon Petty IU Rookie of the Year iSSffiSf'.i.J

tot & Edxewood: SS4-UM ser.runner A fact as well which as will a good certainly pas- L________________ __________________________

SEPT. 10, mo.r Trn. a1 APC_ ,'ACilo! I

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Summer School Report Is Favorable"It

would be highly desir ically: oriented and with sufficient .A. The State Department of Education also that a student could: at
able' to have a strong academically enrichment programs to stead of 30, would about make requires 60 hours of tend class: three hours per day
: oriented summer program keep students Interested. The up for the absence of state class attendance for 1/2 credit. four days and meet that re-
for Bradford student, swimming program Is also very funds, Clark points out. Clark says, pointing out .
says Assistant Supt. of Schools popular and "Is a must;"Clark
Connie Clark. - ,- - -
says. - --- - -
County; school: official concur Dr. Dave Richardson,the professional -
with a >paid> evaluator from evaluator engaged by
vp w- Georgia State University; that the Curriculum: Research Education GOOD NEWS MOTHERSYour
the recently: ended $0-daysum.) Supplementary Center
". mer program was a success (CRESC) in Lake City, In a
But Clark says 30 days Is preliminary report Issued Childs Portrait in
\ too long. About 20 days would through CRESC Indicated his Your
-.. -- be Ideal he says leaving time overall view of the experimental -
for vacation Attendance: In summer program here la Tiij BEAUTIFUL : :
Marty :Mensr\ number 21 in center, rambles with the the pilot program conducted this favorable. Dr. Richardson: will
football through Ocala's defense before a packed crowd at Citizen' past summer was entirely voluntary be In Bradford County this week I
Field in Gainesville for the annual grid Jamboree.Jamboree and fell off at the end to discuss the extended program NATURAL
of a month. But when teachers: In detail with local school of-
made a special: effort to have ficials.
enrichment programs, such: u Two aspects of the programare COLOR I
field trips attendance was particularly significant,according II
PlayDisappointing showing gradual Increase backto to Dr. Richardson. I

the 1,200 level toward the First the program was entirely lIr BIG 8 'x,10
end.Supt. voluntary and second<< opportunity p I
Tom Casey agrees with was provided for
Clark that the extended summer every child: In Bradford Coun- Living Color
session was a success.: ty; to attend no matter where
Bradford was one of three he lived. School bus transportation jiLI PORTRAITPHOTO
Florida counties, along with was provided for all, WEEK
Dade and Orange, receiving: even where It meant going miles
Play of Tornado grldders In reception. defensive line. "All have faults special state funds to developan to pick up a single child.
the annual football Jamboreelast Tornado lineman have found which have to be corrected.: extended school year pro- Asst. Supt. Clark also points SPECIAL 99c
Friday In Gainesville was praise a scarce Item since "Until such time as someone gram. The Idea is to learn to these facts as being highly
dlssapointing to Bradford High their performance In the jam- clearly: does an outstand- more about the possibility of .1gnJ cant. He says the enlarged -
coaches.: : boree. ing Job, we'll mention no a year round school: term.Brad- summer bus routes enabled Plus SOc for Handling
The Tornadoes played Class "I can't single out a single names." ford school: officials say that students to participatewho
AA Ocala: to a 0-0 tie In the person on the line" Hurse The Tornado coach, however from the recent summer program never before had a chanceto : H.App.ln".n'N." ....." a N....limit. Com
first quarter, then lost 12-0 said. "It was the same as again made It plain he thinks It would be but a slight attend a summer program limit- On.per child a t per Foully. 10 Dahmer's Discounl,
to Palatfca In their second: quar- last year. Our mistakes made this Tornado team can: better charge: to year round school: The county: ; received $77,800
the last ;year's 3-5-2 mark- the sessions. In special state funds to add 10 A.M. 6(30 P.M.
ter of play due largely to pen- difference in the ball game, -- ( 112 R. call St.
alties and mistakes. not the ability of the opposing veteran players come through, Clark says he will recommend to its regular summer program.
not mentally team." if the passing game can go to the Bradford school
ready"We" says were Head Coach David "I don't think any single Individual and If the Injury bug does not board for next summer a 20- Cutting costs: by one-third, Mon., Tues. Sept 14-15 Starke, Florida
Hurse. "Any time we're should be singled out." hit too hard. day program, strongly academ: by the summer to 20 days In-

not mentally ready to play ball the Head Tornado said of his .
-ww-- -- - - -- - - --- - -
I'll have to take the blame." --- --------------------- --- ------------------- ---,

Sophomore halfback and wide
receiver Gray Flynn was lost I
for several games with a knee r [("mVSPANTIES' II
Injury. The knee was opera- a REG 69-
ted on for torn ligaments this
week and Flynn was still hos- I ANNIVERSARYSale49 LADIES I

pitalized Wednesday. I MEN'S I
He was due for a starting BAN LON* UMBRELLAS
role In the defensive backfield I I
and had been counted on for STRETCH

punting chores. : SOCKS, ANNIVERSARY I
Palatlca got the ball on Brad-
ford's 39-yard line twice and I liIilhiii_ _}llJ1lIIllIllhIIl_! REG.91.25Sale Sale '4.49 ] I
made good both chances to
score. The first Brave TD came Imt'srAr/ousLAeL 69 MEN'SBRIEFS I

on a long pass which was caught LONG SLEEVED I
with a Tornado defender, Dean I &
Johns, all over the receiver. I SPORT SHIRTS I
The second was set up by a SHORTS
15-yard punch up the middleIn ORIG n REG.3/3.75 ,

The a series first of time nine plays.Palatka got //I Sale '2.99 Sale 3/2.59 I !

the ball when quarterback Johns )
threw behind his split end on .
a dragging pattern and the ball I
went squarely Into the surprised II t
hands of a Brave defender. I
The second time Palatka scored 1 1I
imnnnnrmm tin
possession was gained by a I

blocked The Tornadoes punt. Incurred sev- a\ 4 I DEARTOAM LADIESBADSWN I II II

en penalties In the two quar- r =y LOAFERS
ters of play, six of them by I SLIPPERS #g NHy" I II
experienced senior grldders. I MACH1HEWASHABU. -$ 1 E REG. 910.$17
"Boys who didn't do the Job
.. were the seniors" we'd countedon REG.; 13.,3',50 .:.. :r of 1A11IES'I1Ur, Ilu10A. GAUZE Sale
heavily, Coach Hurse
states. The hitting wasn't disappointing I I Sale '2.29 DIAPERS $7,97.$9,97
the coach said, but ---- _ 1 1II
he thought the tackling was This pretty Lake City cheer- II JJ.U.J. : ; J REC.$4DOZ.
shoddy. Neither Hurse says, leader tensly applauds a Tiger I -:: I 1_ .",. I ANNIVERSARY j
are the Tornadoes in as good defense threatened by Gaines- I
physical condition as coacheshad ville High. I Sao'2.2900z.[

be"I corrected think these," the mistakes coach says can Baker II WITH YOUR,MONEY NOJT- I'

by the time the opener with I SO SHOP OUR
Baker County; rolls around next I '
Friday. The Tornadoes are LADIES
working hard this week to whip
themselves Into top physical : CAR COATS 96thZZer ;? rfift l ;
ImprovedBaker LACKS: "NAN NOBLE" I :
The Tornado passing game, ORIG.IZO.IZ6
on which BUS will place much I STARTS MONDAY | NYLON TRICOT
dependence this season Is also County's; Wildcat footballers I Sale '12.90 SEPT. BRIEFS '+ .
receiving much attention. are expected to be an 14th
Both quarterbacks Dean Johns Improved ball club over last I REG.91 :
and Tim Murphey, were oft year and Bradford Coach David -
target, Receivers were open Hurse expects his grldders I 79' .'
but the Tornadoes completed to have to hustle for an open- lIIiitillhltliiii"
only three passes, two to Mar- ing 1970 win next Friday, Sept. I
ty Meng and one to Malachi 18, on their home field. 1 huhhhhuhhhuu .
Henry on a great leaping catch. "They always give us all the I BOYS' (26)BRIEFS I

Murphey was over throwing his trouble we want. We'll have I & BOTS1 ((818)BRIEFS )
and Johns was sim-, to play much better than we
ply off target did in the jamboree," Hurse I TEE SHIRTS &
Malachi Henry and Jimmy states flatly. The Tornadoes RLC. 2/1.50 TEE SHIRTS
Alvarez were the only two shut out the Wildcats last -
players Coach Hurse was will- year REG 3/IZ.2$ LADIES /
In Macclenny 13-0 for one of Sale J
ing to single out for their per- their three wins. WOOLclBLEND
formances. Alvarez, the captain Baker County recovered from Sale I 3/1.99 CARDIGAN cIPULLOVER

halfback ran well and was that opening loss to go on to I
the bright spot In the Tornado
a 6-3-1 record and a bid to SWEATERS
running game, mostly on the citrus Bowl. This season $8.$14
power sweeps around the ends. they return 10 lettermen Including I
Henry ran well blocked well : two quarterbacks ana o Sale '5.99 JiY4IIIILIIIlIIIL I IORiC
and made the exceptional passBILL the entire defensive secondary. I

Those key returnees will\give I I !
the Wildcats a boost, Coach Ed SOLID COLOR I
Jasonek thinks. The two QB'.. WARNER'S
David Crews and Bobby Hart, "K" CLOTH BRAS I
4 both have good experience and
should help the offense. WHm6COLORS,
I Sale'1.29d. ANNIVERSARYSale

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The aboriginal Indians In this first reached Florida,, but they off from' the Creek..nation to The. second Seminole War (the

: t W! put of who came Tlmncuui hen- finally faded from the picture Georgia and ......... They remained one usually referred to In history -
: tribes Northwest. being' victimized by diseases until the white. settlers' book) started Ia tile 1830'.
; from the North and brought here by the white men War Immediate. forebears) and lasted through the 40's and
: They: were peaceful fairly well and suffering also as pawns In ''started .moving: down (ram Into the early S0.. It was during -
.i civilized, and lived In well organized wars between the Spanish and Georgia and the Careflz**. the later period that Fort

tnnvethe Inhabiting the English.: : The. first Semmole InSan Harries was established on the
They ones After the Tlmucuans came the War tat. which Andrew Jackson north side of Santa Fe River,

this area when the SpanIshLITl'LE Seminoles who were a branch- figured< ,started_;,,around 1820. in what Is now Bradford County -

a ,. ,. '. to afford protection to settlers .
In the area from Indian .

s raids. ,
By; the time Starke was found-
ed about 1857. the Indians had

mostly retreated from this area
() 25 z6 Into the swamps and Everglades
: 8 0 31 sz 33 34 of South Florida.Although there
: -9. 3S
21 were no known incidents with
22 18 Indians in the Immediate area
..x. r of the town there are several
19 .authenticated ones In the rural
) 14 13 16 17 .. areas of the county; which! were
settled before Starke came Into -

: 'being.
One such Incident oceured In

3 the Brooker area and another ,
1 In the New River section.


: j. B William H. Ward was bornin
: ISM South Carolina on October 5,
1794. Ills family moved to Coffee
:. L t County, Georgia when he was
ti Vt 'i n. : Just a lad. He grew upt came

KEY TO PHOTOGRAPH: 1) Harold C. Wall; 2) Everett.Wtdej;. 3) Jones to Florida of Nassau and married County in a Miss 1818.

Francis HalHgan; 4)) Edwin Freeman; 5)) Julian Canova; 6)" ,Mary They settled at Mldfleburg,

Canova; 7) Paul Canova; 8) Joe Wainwright; 9)Wilbar Scott; ::10) then a thriving town on Black

Henry Gray; 11)) Nile. Ray; 12)Laurie) Ray; 13) ,Marie: ,Livingston. ; Creek in Clay County,and seven

14) Miss Faulk (music teacher) ; 15) LaMIn AI".rn:18);,: Mra.. Re children were born to the union.
beta Alvarez' ; 17) Mra. Emma Canova Alfeen Ward moved his family from
; 18) Alvarn'U; ) L Ty
editorial Mlddleburg about 1840 In a cov-
Birthday Canova; 20) Jim Kickliter; 21) Bruce' Davis; 22)) Florence Matthew; ered wagon, and settled on a

23)) Ella Mae Long; 24)) Doris Scott; 25)) Allen 'Canova; >28). Ague homestead on the Santa Fe River -

Party Gardiner; 27)) Mabel Colley; 281 Kathleen Alvarer; 29)) Paul E. Canova near the present town of

Sr.; 30)) Florence Canova 31)) Clara Moltt Anna Brooker.
; ; 32)) CanoVa; 33) '
Who's blame? 1913 StyleBirthday Thelma Griffin Etta This settlement was first .
to ; 34)) Register; 35) Hazel Brown. known as Fort Ward,, as he

established a small fort there

R. Sargent Shriver was right when he pline, the practical love which the young parties were "big during the Seminole Indian War.

said that it was the adult world which both wish for and need? Was it youth deals"century In when the early the part of the FarmersIt Diary Brooker Later what was is known now the as town Ward of I
should bear much of the shame for which turned from moral boy guests
increasingly donned their stiff collars and City, and the post office was I
youth's present troubles. Speaking of his and spiritual values in the rampage for ties and the girls got out their in that name for many years.

.. 16-year-old son's having been caught in a material possessions? Was it youth which Sunday dresses and fancy hair may have been the wind-up yaw ana had the Job done In The land on which Ward set.

marijuana raid, the former ambassador to permitted public entertainment (televi- ribbons. This was the scene of the first primary campaign a few hours, whereas it usedto tled was homesteaded from the
on the lawn of the Paul E. Ca. or some high pressure areas take Sam a day to get Federal government. In those
head of the Peace said theater .
France and Corps, sion, literature, movies, the ) to .
but whatever early houses
weather days built
nova home on N. Walnut Street on the arena, through! with it. were
that he was willing to accept "a dispro- degenerate into libertinage? Was it youth when Miss Florence Canova the cause, we sure had of logs, and kitchens were usually -

portionate share of the blame" for the which failed to tackle adequately the (now Mrs. George Flynn Sr.) some mighty hot weather during built some 40 to :50 feet

prevailing social atmosphere.If problems of race injustice, economic in- celebrated her 13th birthday the past week. Just about every from the main dwelling. The

national equality, the environment's pollution? along about 1912. The large, day the temperature rose up to Starting. with this week the well was dug off to one side r
more grown-ups, parents, the 901 In the afternoon and about the same distance from '
two-story frame home In the game of football will take over
Was it which and wentto
leaders, public figures would make suchan youth again again background Is now occupied by you could have fried an egg and there will be double headers both kitchen and dwelling. ::
admission to themselves, and act uponit bloody war? Was it really youth Mrs. Eollne Smith. on a sidewalk on Call StreetIn and triple headers oa TV The Indians are said to have "

the problems, perils, and temptations which invented permissiveness? Starke. By Sam McGarvey until New Year's. Day when. the feared William Ward, and on ',

facing youth today would be greatly Of course, the answer to every one of ...-.,. fans should have had several occasions tried to take f
able to woodland owners. The him by surprise and Mil Mm. \
enough of the sport to last
t\ reduced. those questions is a categoric nay. This ASC Ballots work Is done free of charge, a while TIme was when people He was aware of this, but never a',
One of the most short-sighted and fruit- does not mean that youth did not unwisely But now we're well into September up to a certain number of hours, went visiting on Sla diyi.. or seemed to mind exposing himself i

less of adult activities is to sit back and and heedlessly seize upon the op- Must Be In schools have opened, and at a reasonable rate for sat on the porch at home .awaltinr to danger. {

exclaim how awful youth has become, portunities for wrong and silly actions the first primary election Is any time In excess of that visitors, but now ,Just 'It was his custom to get up i\

how it runs wild, how it lacks respect for which their elders gave them. They did. By Sept.11 over with, and It won't be long number. The FFS encourages about everyone is indoors at sunrise every day and go .
before the old thermometer this a means of to the well to
as draw
practice bucket
watching the pro teams battle a
its elders, how it questions society's tradi- But as these columns have pointed out f
starts a gradual descent. How- helping! to contain woods fires for 'dollars and glory- especially of water to wash his face and J
tional values, and so forth. Eld would do before, young folks will ever test their ever, most people around here which may break out In, the the dollar hands. Once during the night t

much better to ask itself how the condi- elders' reactions, to see how much they Bradford County farmers are don't mind hot weather and In county. an Indian slipped up to a peach i

tions arose which either permitted or en- can get away with. It is up to men and now receiving mall ballots for fact, prefer it to the days whenas tree that grew near the end

couraged any segment of youth to act as women of wider experience not only to ASC county; committee elections .- they say, "someone left of the kitchen next to the well,

it does. But for many that question wouldbe set right example but to have the good Warren Carver, County; the door. of the refrigerator Row about the' new'\1 look of and bad cut away an opening
Executive Director Agricultural open. We know you are aware that the Bradford County: courthouse so that he could get a clear !
too embarrassing to face. sense to see where poor example leads. In Stabilization and Conservation the "love bugs" are with us grounds' The: landscaping Job view of Ward as he was wash-

But let us look at the facts, ask the this, grown-ups have, as a whole, fallen omce has announced. 0 again, but not as bad as In has been'terrific and In a few Ing.

questions, and see what we find. Was it woefully short.It Marked ballots are to be put sections of the state below us, months:wileD the shrubs and Just at that Instance, one of
youth which permitted a gradual break- is the generation in power which sets back In the mall or returnedto The Deomcratic rally last where the pests are supposedto plants have become established the Negro slaves came out of
the ASCS office week at the high school audi be widespread. The name the kitchen and
county by and the : lawn is, growing, the walked right up
and the tone for which establishes I
down in parental authority as more society, Friday Sept. 11. torium did not produce any given to the bugs while it grounds will provide a good set* on the Indian from the rear.
more parents thrashed witlessly about and life's ideals. Youth merely follows. It is Eligible farm voters will e- real "fireworks" but in several may be descriptive, does not ting for what has been acknowledged Just as the redskin raised his $,
failed to''give' their children the moral high time for the former to set the kind lect one member for a three races the Issues were sum up anyone's opinion of the to be one of the finest gun to shoot Ward, the salve I

and intellectual guidance, the wise disci- of example it wishes youth to follow. year term and two alternate discussed and In the others, windshleld-smearers, especially courthouses In the stats. watched the firearm thereby |
committeemen to serve for one the candidates cited their quaflcationa. that held by the service saving Ms master's life.
--Exchangeagainst year. All of which was a station workers who get arm Even; this close brush with

In the committee election,voters far cry from some of the rallies weary from cleaning wind death did not seem to disturb

V may vote for only one we attended many years shields. Incidentally, the vacant ser Ward. He went about Ms work
'< Drunk driving: end it! person. The ASC Director saidit ago when the candidate's vice station. Just north of the U usual until after breakfast,
is pitch "I need the Job" when he
important that farmers was courthouse, which at present picked up a gun\ and
know that they are to vote and the voters were supposed looks untidy will be done over said nothing about where he was .
For altogether too long, the United drinking while driving, includinga for only one because under the to award the 'Job on that basis. This season Sam has taken completely and opened by See- rcdag. He was away from home '

States has been deeply asleep to the prob- mass media determination to stop glam- past procedure they could have the easy way out and has had ber Goodman In the near future. a few hours and when he re
lem orizing drunkenness. More youtheducation voted for three candidates. Vo- the yard mowed by a youngerand When that Is done, visitors turned he put up his gun\ and
of drunk driven. Yet in two- .
any ters may select from the candidates much more agile young traveling soon on >0i will went about his work without
effort home church and school.As .
month period nearly 5,000 people are by listed on the ballot or man. The other evening the see a'.floe, .modern. IIII'II1Io.eonIIa a word.
killed on the highways by drivers under ( is beginning now on drugs.) Manda- may write In their Choices. Again this year we have requested young fellow who does the mowing _' of the Holiday'fin, A few days later Indian
the influence of liquor. This Is far higher tory breathalyzer and other bloodcounttests Carver pointed out that the the Forest Service to came with a buddy: and another the two service.. ,sores and a dead -
than the fatality rate in Vietnam, over to identify drunken drivers. Special elections are by secret bal- plow fire lanes around our mower, and the pair of courthouse with Its was found In the swamp
which policing of bars and taverns on week- lot. He said "When a voter place,.Ins this service Is avail- .them went. roaring around the wtlildb+landscaped'grounds. behind Ms large plantation.
so anguish. This
many has marked his ballot,he should ,', .. ," was near the close of
Who is outraged by the highway toll ends, when most fatalities occur. And fold it and seal it Inside the the Indian War and, as far

Not enough citizens. Yet as the final up- more extensive alcoholic treatment pro- plain envelope he received a- >.1r:) >>. ::. was mites live, work:'' and bOw to as is known, this was the last

summing in a series of 10 articles in this grams. long with the ballot. He should FARM AND RANCHBy deal with,them may be helpful Indian killed in that territory.
Every citizen can help by supporting put the plain envelope addressedto to you. We and other Extension -
the drunk driver
newspaper on menace strong federal and state legislation, by the county ASCS office and offices have :.a: good CHURCH INCIDENTThe
states: "We can in fact stop the drunken New River Baptist
aligning himself and herself with local seal that envelope. George T. Hucftins) bulletin on termites. It is free
driver given our existing knowledge and "Then he should sign and to you Church one of the oldest In
safety agencies and alcohol rehabilitation date COUNTY AGENT Florida-- was founded in 1833.
technology, safety experts insist. We can that outer envelope on
efforts, by pushing for specially trained the back. This Is Important Agricultural Extension Srrk POULTRY The Indian Wars of the middle
begin now, but we must want to. The very :
apathy must end. highway drunk squads, tougher blood because his ballot cannot :#:::::$KttW Aft8MHtt: : :;; *:&(::: ,*f *=: :;" : I know that October 13 is along :su"a. when the Semlnoles and
tests and special enforcement in high- be counted unless he has signed way off,' but We Just do>> white settlers fought back and
Needed, foremost, is a coordinated state mishap areas. and dated that outer envelope." not want a single poultry producer forth through the pine woods
and federal drive. The state record is "This dual envelope system BRITCHES RODEO storms every year. Now for to overlook this date. and swamps, sometimes Interfered -
It's estimated that twice as many citizens is for Bobby Taylor admits that this a stormy figure,, the cllmatotoglsts with worship services.
Some states economize the voters' protection. For this occasion 13 .is a tacky
spotty. on highway are killed by drunken drivers as by Carver explained. The 4-H Show Involved more work says that the number number. Mark calendar Minutes of the old church report
patrols, in order to fight city crime. Some criminal elements. The economic cost of envelope guarantees a secret than any project he had ever of thunder storms In progressat and bold this night your oven As that during the "annual

have Ineffective blood-count testing. The drunken driving in the United States is ballot. The outer envelope insures undertaken. He also admits thatIt any given time over the the date draws' nearer,,we will meeting" on Nov. 27, 1835

liquor industry talks up temperance, nationally put at from $8 to $10 billion a year, and that only eligible voters was time well spent becauseIt earth's surface is about 1,800. tell you more about what Is an "Indian alarm" broke up
He andI
but at state capitals its lobbyists this doesn't include the tragedies of this vote. Before the votes are recognize was a great that success.this activity was TERMITESHere planned.. the session of and the caused"feet\ wash-postponement .-
counted the
often fight tougher legislation.The "highway murder" against families, chil- are removed plain from the envelopes outer big and we recognize very definitely Is another figure :mat ." ritual.
antidrunk-driver crusade needs to dren classmates that the success was wonder how It was ever To
: neighbors. envelopes and shuffled to make we Riding Club quote the minutes: "The
be many-aided: Stiff enforcement that If public determination is strongenough It Impossible to' Identify any the result of so many Interested determined. One of our Extension church and congregation got

any drinking driver has apprehension of this mounting peril to the confident Individual ballot." persona being Involved. Entomologists says that PUb* Hone. Show in confusion at ,Indian alarm
All the Mamas and of the
Papas termites have been on earth and broke
a bout with the law. Sufficient funds. of America's be When ballot envelopes are up. No communion
use highways can 4-H Hone Club members In\ Lake Butler
received In the ASCS were for more than 250mllliaayears or feet washing, but was postponed .
Speedy identification of problem drinkers, licked The time to act with more vigor office, Carver said county' Interested and worked all the and that In the United States ',. until Feb. 1836."

as by computer systems. Campaigns and alertness is right now. sealed and are, they deposited remain -.,, way through Then ,when you alone they annually cause more The ttmioit'f dnati' .i'tldspg l. Other entries In the minutes
have the Interest of the news .
than $250 million la
Exchange In a sealed ballot box immediately media and will present its ai i Iua1 fall during 1836 explained: ". no
general public
'- anything He further states that
where The -Indians
they will remain Horse Frolic are
on Saturday Sept,
The Bradford County until publicly the county counts ASC the committee :bal- ,advertised will be In the ape iramor In variety the U.S.causes the most subterranean trouble. 12.,-n.III .Late Butler; still War In our Is still land.progressing.. The Indian -
gala afternoon and
sponsored one of the events. live In colonies underground eve -
TELEGRAPH lots on September 14, at 9 I They fling of fan will start at Spun, There? was conference from
am sure feel that
you and feed on whatever
a.m. In the ASCS yourealty April 1836 until September
office. 1837
a parade of hbrsss through.
contributed to-i good'activity. .
find cellu
they can :
ESTABLISHED Any who believes be MaID Street. At because "the people are all
5 .
1879 eligible I !hope you saw the lose. They are especially flood pan. a.bar '
is an voter but who how. This 4-H Club Rodeo of houses with central heating. beausappear will,ee. served at band up. Some gone one way
has some
fr not received a ballot should ,the arena.about one mlto south another
Just proved again that when
M4AIaBiMe 1'hebave been (known to
even John
get In touch immediately! with of:town ,at Tucker was elected as
,oft :,OL.:The ,
the of Bradford Counts '
MIMesa 1M not neglect the gift you the county; ASCS office at Starke. ; decide people to put on some event climb trees to the and power'ttaee wan a5w WUf 1Wt.-': ..;; first pastor on Sept. 20, 1833.

have. (I Tim. 4:14). they really( mean to do It well. of cross houses, and eaves start or.eatfag /.Everycae: :" ......HO 1b iMrt) have The indiana are said to never

FLORI A ESS Some |people discover, they down Instead of' up. Experiments des'era Is invited to com Join j IIut Interrupted his mental .
lead them to >to, the :j' fisv: and'bring P" a of
have Kirt.1 that THUNDER STORMS In California found that your trouble. He compelled
AS SOK. T ON tio ill-lint, musician, writer. ThIs Is not good and Is only in buildings where there was horses, "* .v" travel} through was the to
1he Five place win be woods
ribbons by
MiifiitiHlM, inventor. Htulwmen. Old 1tm.t for Information. One of our lost of lively band music termite ldabt and often returned
awarded in each event. A trophy
I .Some of tin are not lik-i H' l leading climatolcglsU tells us activity increased. Rock lIT
with them: particular one, but rM that.Florida Is generally accepted and roll tunes caused ,them will go with:first pUee. at lIT. Iodfau.HfiFpJ be *carried atly shot
as .the thunder storm to work even harder and lit.. and a pelt, ,buckle;with tanaplace. his In
Spirit badly
in u* thvru IM I u Kuidinx .' : one of their bullets
L. MA7i 1TIEWL E41t.i<.Fabltee.rMhlfcbed that makes each one of UN KIHclttl capital of the United States erally go Into a frenzy of chewIng "? -" ? .".' wrt1J bIa death. It Is record-
? J The Rocky Mountain area of wood. ed that 'be
each Thursday sad eMend sue ttieimtCUM in our own ritrtit.When we Colorado tile only A faneraliiea more

JfeUer at "a*.Put Office at Start, Flertda' rvcnmiixc that:wv have .(toxI'HSpirit ., ." .--'., thS': ;.Country" ,whose thunderstorm parrot can be do-it-yourself very helpful Inapect.L. ,, thin people any butchered: preacher by Indians

saner Act ef March 3rd, int. u* our Mpvcial girt. we ,('rH C r'' activity; even nearly; It often enou tI. If 7OII'.JMIIt UvecI In Florida." He whoever
......-u.* la tirade sweat 1 year, tt.'/; Oateld will IN cheerful mid ilciittiiit| approaches Florida's. Colorado quite sure, then Inspection a aa by lia. In
trad areas I in ordrr to bring hniiimiM| | tii MMon averages fewer than 80 per commercial concern dd
45 je
year y no longer talks
;" all and U- our own C NI-gifl4'd ; : The central part of Flo save you costly repairs. Know.'
... ...., got! without saying." rimy leads by averaging 100 Ing something about ,how ...- (Continued on Next Page)
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.(From Preceding Pate) :L -- I A Green Stamps!

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An tmanttontlcated KINGSLEY LEGEND legend hali Everyday Low Prices!

It that during the Mcond Sem. .

Indian Inole KIngsley Indian In wa the being War vicinity pursued'a Captain of the by I k k I Weekly! Specials!

Newnanovllle Read, which
skirted tttj south side of Kings.
ley Lake and made Ms escape
by swimming Ma horse
across the lake a distance of

about two with miles.his life Klngsley but escaped his I ___

horse Is said to' have died ____
after the exertion of this unusual ___

Although feat. no one 1,knows'-.' 9. for i ____

sure the Incident 1s' x ssble
as Indian mounds and other relics -
have been found-'In the
vicinity of the lake.'.(W FOOD STORtS
.1 ""

CorDbr..tton-l. 'Mil* Aeecetaae'at pubUq* PRICES GOOD THRU SEPT. 16
gala tor rain on ,,.. Seonemoer. Quantity Rights Roamed
1K74. at 10>> o'clock a. Bald /
111''D Cnevrolet Old Inc. H.n.. WINNDIXII( ITOftCft. INC.-COf YtlOMT-H7O
way 101; North Starts. Foor-
,.. ( ,
.uv. the rightto. ribld} at
such lale. The collateral I*
presently stored and may b*
.een at Baldwin > Chevrolet
Old. Inc. Stark.. Florida.
General Motor. Aoc. taaCe
Corporation Ki.i. 11-10 it

!. The Covmtr-,1*....*.*. CerOf .
Bradford "j
.a Flevlda.
Ia Probate If.. -V Si'
Wojelk.In Re Doeae4.Estate of Joh*> Frank 4

Notice Of Final Report And
Application For 'Diecharg.
To Notice All I I. given. .hatCCharl.m ( ) Ffi% : '

.H. Uchmltt: of stark Florida : 'a ".. '
a* Administrator ot the,above s ;, QUICK FROZEN iv
"" r; ) .a
.III tyl:* .d administration' Estate. baa L.completed and has '' More people like white meat that's .r.

filed In t hie Court It* FinalReport f'"r" .> 10 LBS. AND UP
and Application for w why more people buy W-D Broad

should EHscharc be duly Objection filled with It any thl r 1 Breasted Turkey. Especially developed .&1.to 1.
Court. Attar flllnw Proof ot "
Publication ",o"lnlr', that thl Broad Breasted give more white meat. Get extra white
Notlc. ha.been published once
v week for four' eon'ecutlv.weeki. meat. extra moistness, extra flavor.
the matter o( approval
of the report. the ordering of
distribution of the -Sat and
the final discharge l pt. Charlesii. '
Schmltt of Stark*."Florida.
ex* Admlnletrator.i'will corn
before the Court. I
Chance M. Schmttt. ;
Charle. M. SchmlttXa. Ad-
mlnletrstor of the .iJSatat 1 ot BOB WHITE REGULAR SLICEDBACON
John Frank Woolk) deceu.d. BRAND PURE GROUND
10"tit 1D i
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:IDl'tnNOTIC70'//!' : 49.
The. Board of CoyotT Coramlasloners. -
of Bradford Coun.
f\klowlcgluthe Pblling Plac.a. r :
Clerk. and InepectoM. .,ltor the. BEEFLBS.
Second Frlmary Election to *>
held on Tuesday September It.
vti't t' '
"District 1 D 8hulor4. III
.County. ComrnUsloner.-
Precinct No. 1 :Lawteyr: 1
Hall. Lawtey. .
v City Clerk Earl MoleyInpotor -' FULL QUARTER LOIN SLICED "+ 1

I dish. Louise. !MariH.to.tor.)tM., Su..*. Red.Ray: Pork Chops lB.79c LB. ,
I ya"
I / m'r "I:: NO.' 2 Kelly Reo-
I :reatlon Hall. rwtoy.Cleric .
Inspector C. F.-Carter Kathryn: <.U'..'.
5 kl"", DorothY No. 3 M.-Mouttrle.Precinct Crawford Fish Fillets BG. 79C Cheese Food :PKG59c Round Steak Beef Liver.
8 : lB.99c lB.49c
[Bradford County Fair Bull4* . p . . .

t B Inspector. Sh.lll Hall M' O"1g> 89C Shoulder Roast lB.99c Sandwich =PKa 45C Steakettes MB.PKO.. 89c
BElsl* :Norman .. )'lJ a a a e Spread : e a a .

.'':M..loner 3fatntennnceo: ;NormanU'.County.DarnkSterke' ; tubClerk 'Cheese a a a e e e e lB.79c Chuck Steak . lB.79c Sausage . 2 :4B. $199 Beef Briskets t: lB.99c


thn E/n)..".Huth M-.0"DeSu Unllerhlll Myrtle_W. (Jones Juru-, Cheese.Bp 69C Club Steak . lB. $129 Meat Dinners aox 99C PCjRkCottage Bones. La.29c

Preelnrt No. e Pleasant
Or."e. Bradford Hllrh School.Starke. .
Clark. tote pennant COOKING OIL
1i.,.pertore F.lla Mae Cha.- THRIFTY MAIDSugar
taro Ida Lou Flummr.Norm
precinct: No. ,'. '=; Vanderbilt 1 rs 1S
E.) L. (CSnnk 0 Norman' Horn.
Eavlees Clerk' HU.J.r. 'on Reddleh.Tnepectors Wesson
MI\I'Y' Ena Wetternn. -
10[.... A.,>a.1 Whltehd, *tTRBC 1
Maranrrt,, NN"It.J'.b1.trlct:; : No.
|. Ralph Dryan, Cowty: Com
mlRenott; Rim: n 1Slflr,: School
Clerk Loul. BrodcNU.1.. OX.

Corlne Tnepectors Heard Maybelle. Bob Limit 1 with $3.00 or Nlrwcs 48 BOTTLE
art.. 'rSeaboard' l8. Witn e
Precinct No( S mo. purchase .xcluding. 5
Old National Guard Armory: cigareftet. BAG
Clerk: PeRW7
Varian In."e toro Garland Malvlna. r 1,13: MargaretWilliams. Smith. Ie

Precinct: No i.m.n't.tt.' 'xe7eWea School.Starke. ASTOR 2 Sv. ARROW THRIFTY MAID THRIFTY MAID PINE-
Poutheld! .
Howell.Inspector. PeasCAMPOBEllO. No.303 88C k SIZE OOc Corned Beef .2 88C Apple Juice. 3 46 01. 8Sc
Clerk Haul. AJlce'. Barr. CANS Detergent e e a OO40o CANS CANS ,

. 88c Cake Mix e a a .3 PICOS. 88c Cookies e a 3PKGS.: ;: 88''

Community Clerk Wr.: J1ou drttfleln.peotore RobertaDodd. '. Charcoal I 20 BAG lB 88c 10-... JUMBO
R airs Beans 5 CANS 88' Toastem 3 88C Towels 4 88C'
Mre Maple Sibley.Mrs. : HUNTS ALl FLAVORS SNACK PACK a a e o e o a a. e e ROILS n
Martlwt 'KodltottH&mptOD. I! THRIFTY MAID CALIFORNIA limit Two WItS.Purcho.eE.e.Cig. KLEENEX ARROW 12"Aluminum
CIty Precinct Hall. ;N Ifurmlon( Tomatoes 6 No.303 88C 2 "G.88C Facial Tissue 3 -CST. 88C Foil. 4 25.fT. 88 C d
Clerk W. H.c rcalldldlt": a CANS Puddings a a a a P BOXES ,

LlprecinctHaNo.R11 Inorpecton tForsyth- LlnoolD L.....;:::.....-'
CUr Starks .
itark: Pearl Plekertnnrtier GOLD MEDAL Plain or SelfRisingFLOUR' \ CHEK ALL FLAVORS SOFT
Clerk .
InOlleetor. '
mli.I Rate :
B.rU. Co Roblnaon.
.ood. No. I.;- !t'ttlwlonrnRowell' -
I\ton. County C. 5 12
TerwlllegarStarke Precinct I NMotou Ford). DRINKS

Clerk R. A. .......) ..IN '1'onIn..etou 12oi.
Mn. Marvin Mrley .Hasea Ma. BAG CANS
Ethel Precinct No. &las :,"? Graham.Broushton's Graham. Limit I with a SJ.OO or more purchase excluding clgo,.".. Nr

Clerk Char. TI. 14cMurtrr.1"1"...:..

In.poctor.Star ....GeMuriel 1e'.-II 0._.a.mp.o a. .iI.
Precinct No. MaeS8t -
Kau aVwth'f.on Stark a I FRESH VINE RIPE ASTOR
1."octora vNd. 1.11I1- TomatoesPOLY .. lB.19c Orange Juice. 3 3 99CMIGHTY
Margaret I. Br
precknct No.H uClerk. B kMCommunitY HONEYDEWSFOR "e POTPIES
.DorllMeat .fit Kall..poctOC't.t Potatoes 10 185.69c Shortcake e SI2" : 99C
,J acquolla-
M. Hunter11Q J:; li q..y RI.-
.rrff l tct. -a6_dW'. 8Ww No": . 2 HDS.39c Lemonade 9 &. 's 99c 1 TURKEY

River ClerkInspectors Olenda..'A. t'Loo4". CRISP FRESHCarrots CHUNKEES ill CHICKEN or BEEF

Mar.11)obb... _M. '), ,J-.-U S a a a BAG 10c Shrimp . .2 IB.PKG... $199] MAC. & CHEESE


Bell Peppers 5o.. 39CSWEET Cones 2 -PK.PKGS... $100] .
A monster hat been spotted
in another Scottish, Lake MELLOW TASTE 0'SEA BREADED
mitts from Loch N,,,. Man Bartlett Pears. lB.29c Founder PKa $149
2 1
b. it'I a franchise dial.trcfibricatcd .


homing. U Onions . ., BAG. 39c< Potatoes 2 pIIG,, 39C 8-oz r
booming .,ala. "One more PIES
won oat of you. yooag m
slid nod Potatoe Flakes 2.JS.. 69C Punch
ale you supper.your . 4 CHAN'S89e. s

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HAMPTON XOTIOIB TO Il ) Notice Of Election and for an Order of Distribution of John H. Powell. deceased.
LAWTEYBy Notice: f.. ".?.by, (>D1lRthat Be It known that I. Tom and for Final Dlnoharireas Graham WHoox.!: Barber.
___ '___ .aled bid. will ..to. received Adams. Secretary of State of Eieoutor) of the Estate of Dell.e ByaJ P. A.
by:. the Bradford County Board the State of Florida, do here- John. H. PoweJl. deceased.The. P. O. Drawer J w
Enxa Blanchard By Mr*, D. E. Hen of PUMIo Instruction. *t the by k>". notice that a GeneralXUeotlon Florida National Bank ofJack.onvnl.dJacksonville Oalneavlll Florida ..;
Office of the 8un rlntendenl' will be held In Bradf ; Flor Attorney: toe.; .Executor ':
of Publlo Inetruotlon.. -----Brad ...d (Mhnty. 8tat. of vlorlda.Tuesday ida. Executor of the Estate e.lot 10.1 oZ.
CHURCH! NEWS weekend at her home here. FIRE DEPARTMENT Mr. and Mrs. E.M. Silvernail ford County Poet Olfioa.Bu" It-.ii tniocewdlns; M:
Revival services will beginat relatives and friends. ELECTS OFFICERSAt of Ocala. Guests during the ,!... Starke.. Florida; until 7:10: tlrat Monday November. -
visiting the Hampton Area Fire afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. l.m. BDT. 0 :. Sep ttRjf' 1870. the Day Tueaday *
Grace United Methodist Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard Harley tember 10. 1970 forytbX con 1- the Third of Mov- *
Church on Monday, Oct. 14, and spent the weekend with their Department re-organization Ben Rowland of Starke. Recent Bradford of: .... ,to fill the loilowlMI ..,.::

will continue through the week. family here. meeting August Wlllard] Thomas visitors at the Wynns were *t rke. Florida County Hleb school ..*! State Senator -.-:...
Grace United Methodist: Sun- Mr. and Mrs. Weylan] Sapp was elected fire chief; the S.E. Kennedys of Keystone at which time Bid will b* ,liepreaentive laCongr+ .: ..'
day School 9:45: a.m.. Worship and Leslie of Jacksonville vis- Richard Keys assistant chief: Heights, and Mrs. T.F. Brown, Any publicly Bid opened received and read aloud. for tl I.* Second CODsrfoqdD1.lrSct N AIP :-..
after the
; .
services 11 a.m. and 8 p.m., ited Mrs. A.C. Pearce during Francis Meng, secretary, andM.J. Mrs. Mary Watterson of Hampton time and date specified herein Two (t) .Ju. tlces of the Ba-, t ....
Choir practice Wednesday 7 Dunn treasurer. and Mrs. Watterson's Will not be considered Court ,1+ I' ..'
the weekend. Wattersonof Plan.. SpecltlcaUuns. and 'TWO (I) -d,.. of the mm. ", "
p.m. and MYF 8 p.m. Wendell Kelly of Bushnell Saturday was set for a work granddaughter Mary Contraut Document may be trlct Court of. Appeal for the. ;
First Baptist: Sunday School spent the weekend with Mr. day at the fire house. The Starke. examined. at the oldce of Don First Appellate District Groups i.1ff ;
H. Morgan. Architect. A.I.A.. and4overnor F :.
Williams A
9:45 a.m., Worship services and Mrs. H.C. Kelly. overhead doors are still to be Mr. and Mrs. George Poet Office Box 9S7 Green Cove ..

11 a.m. and 8 p.m.. Training Mr. and Mrs. Sumter Harleyof Installed on the building. and Howell Williams and Springs Honda' : the Aa.ocla- and LI.uten.at Qvt ."..
Union 7 p.m. Midweek services CroyvUle, Pa. are visiting Thursday Sept. 10, at 7:30: children returned Wednesdayfrom lloom.ted General Jacksonville Contractor Florida' Plan ernor '"
Wednesday 8 p.m. relatives] here. p.m. Is the next regular meet a vacation trip across the and F. W. Dodge' Corporation'! :*; Secretary. of State
Church of God; Sunday School Mrs. Mains Grlffls, Danny ing, when plans] are to be made United States. Visiting states Plan. Koom.Jackconvllle.:; FloraIda. Attorney GeneralComptroller

10 a.m., Worship services 11 and Michael of Palatka, and for a fall chicken-fry as a on their two-week trip, they i TreasurerCommlasloner -:.

a.m. and 7:30: p.m.,YPE Thurs Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Griffin fund raising project.PERSONALS drove as far as northern California Plan and Specification Commissioner of of'Education Atrlcultur ..
may be obtained
as follow
day 7:30: p.m.Highland and family also of Palatka Oregon and Washington General Contractor -Upon : Two (I) Member*,Florida Pub
Baptist: Sunday visited Mrs. Nell Wilkinson ; and returned through the receipt tax HO.00 plu. 4 percent 10' Service Gro pmt laden : H H.To

School 9:45: a.m., Worship ser Mrs. Daisy Bock and Lynn dur- Mr. and Mrs. R.H. Parkerof northern states. Near Yellow- 'flan sales and Specification two. (3)\ eti for of

vices 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m., ing the weekend. Hampton and Mr. and Mrs. stone Park Montana they thl. project will b* forwarded
Prayer services Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. George Sum- Misner and family of Gainesville stopped to visit Mrs. Vivian collect.* are It Plan returned and In Specification ICemliers of the Group State I Rouse
7:30 p.m. followed by Choir merlin and grandson, David Al- spent last weekend In Cull- Young, the daughter of Mr. condition, within ten day* of Representatives. for the fol-

practice. llnda of Lake City, Mr. and man, Ala.] north of Birming and Mrs. Lester McCullough after deposit receipt will b of* refunded.Bid'; the full towing Clerk House of the Districts Circuit Court.: IS 17 .
Mrs. E.W. Williams and ham, where they attended a of Hampton but were unable Board of County Commissi
FAMILY GETTOGETHERSThe sons. reunion of Mrs. Parker's fam- to see her while they were B. Subcontractor Vendors, oners, District I, ...
ha!. of Wellborn and Mr. and Members
Sic. Upon of of the Sohool Board My Friends Of
Waters and Hlggin- Mrs. Joe Alllnda and small ily.Charles there. T per cent Sate* Tax one District' l, t. e. .
bothams held their family reunion daughter Cheryl of Gainesville Prevatt of New York '.et of Plan and --Specification (SEAL)

at Strickland's Landingon Joined Mr. and Mr H.E. Priest City spent the Labor Day week- I. The Clrcnlt <<10". ,,, will.Plan.be and forwarded Specification. collect.are K In Testimony Whereof< '. t
Ktngsley Lake, Sunday, Aug and Lamar and Michael Wainwright end here with his mother. Mrs. Judicial. Circuit''Or Morla.T. 'Ie returned In good condition" have hereunto let my hand Bradford County
30 with 63 relatives and friends Clifford Prevatt, and his sister AuU l<'or' ..n. at Strickland's Landingon Civil Action of bid, fto.00 (one-half the 'the State of Florida at TaJlahassee. .
enjoying the occasion. Those KIngsley Lake where they enJoyed Mrs. Marcelene Campbell Case :'0. depuilt) will be refunded.C. 'the Capital> thl. the
from out of town were Mrs. and children. Hol'ace Sunders and Esther Fourteenth day of August, '
a picnic lunch together. Sanders. his wile. Plaintiff Separate 8h..UBllpa.. 1970. I would like to express njy sincere thanks to the .
'c I J.Lyle] Schmehl Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Lillian Ingenlath returned .
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wllber -v. Adoption Defendant. at. Meet*-paa-ea of Drawlnn Tom Adams
Charles Schemehl], and Mr. and Stephens are her mother, Mrs. home last Wednesday Jvotlce oi bult NO Property and.or Specification' may be Secretary of State people of Bradford County for returning: me to
Mrs. Charles Schemehl Jr. from a plane trip to New York 1O: Mary llachael browning obtained a. follow.: 8-10 uto 10-1
F.M. Tyus, her brother, Doug- You aie hereby notified. tha.tan Drawing 11.60 .per sheet plus
of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. las Tyus and Miss Ollie Peace where she visited her mother. action for Adoption has. 4 per cent Sale Tax the School Board unopposed.My I
Buford Higginbotham, Mr. and all of Jacksonville. Sunday dinner guests at the been tiled against you and you Specification ,l& per pace:

Mrs. E.D. Higginbotham and Carl Shuford and son Phillipof home of Mr. and Mrs. L.A. of are your required written lo verve defence a copy. If >pies> Note 4: .per All cent request. Sale*for Tax Plan TV CeBBtr JTudse's CourtIn Promise is i
Mr. and Mrs. Louie Carterof Chrlstianburg, Va. are visiting Wym at Hampton Lake were any to It. on the plalntltf. ateturney and Specification, separate Florida And !For. Prokato Bradford Conmtr" as always, to serve you in a iI
Maxville. There was much Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Hazen and whose: oe'g': ad. "heet* of Drawings and ep-. In Ret The. Estate of John I
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. dress I* Honorable H. rate pace of Specifications XT. Powell. Deceased. dignified and impartial manner, and perform the
visiting along with a wonderful Charles Shuford and other re- Pierce 20J-2J5. North Temple. shall be made through the of- onhad ce Of Filing Final :Report I
Avenue Starke. Florida and
picnic lunch. latives. They were dinner In Couary Jailve's Court Is file the original! with the clerKof floe of the Architect. Application For >Uchu.r. .e duties of School Board Member with a dedication:
The Harley brothers and sis- guests of Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeL. A.d For" Bradford Couatjr." the above styled court on adcNomCheck pani.dsubmitted ashler. Of Notice Executor Is hereby given that I

ters and families gathered at Shuford on Sunday. Fin re: Estate of Malcolm A. otherwUe or before a September Judgement 14, 1070 bantered : or of Bid Bond In the The Florida National Bank ofJacksonville to the people and the office. I I
may amount 6 cent of the
per ,
the home of Mr. and Mrs. S.C. Oault. Deceased. .
Earl Denmark and son, Jim against you fur the Bid. taxable to the Bradford
haafiled Its
Harley for dinner Notice To CredItor. relief demanded. In the complaint County Board of Public
a family giv-
are visiting his mother Mrs. All creditors of Malcolm A. petition. Executor of the Estate of
or ,
en In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Lois Carter, and their sisters Oault.; deceased who. died on Wltne my hand and the truottoa.. and Material a iPerformancJLabor Payment. .*- John H. Powell, deceased ; that for Sincerely,
Sumter Harley, who were visiting and their families,Mr.and Mrs. of July Bradford 22. 1970. while County.a resident Florida, seal. of said. Court on August Bond In the amount of 100 percent M Distribution ha filed Its and Application Final DIs-
14. 1970.
here. Those enjoying this George L. Shuford and chil- are notified that they are required (SEAL) company of the ihall Bid amount.be licensed Surety. to charge; and that on the will 2nd SEEDER D. GOODMAN
occasion were Mr. and Mrs. to file any claim or Inman D. Green day of October 1170
dren and Mr. and Mrs. Leon do bulne In the State of Theron
Nelson Blocker and Mrs. Mat- demands that they may have A. Cleric. of said Court Florida and hall b* listed by apply: to the Honorable .. (pd. Pol. Ady.j
Starling and Gwenn. aa-alnnt his Estate In the Office
By Beulah M. Moody BradfordCountyt Florid for
the United .State Treasury
tie Miley of Lake City, Mr. of the County Judge of A. Deputy Clerk fi.partm.nt.
and Mrs. Dan Harley and Mrs. Bradford the Courthouse County.at Florida.Starke.In 8-20() u 9.30 -10 at 9.1$ approval of said Final ReturnSIRLOIN

A.H. Harley of Starke Mr. I. *"* .Ix eal.nllU"mon.th.
fordCoCoaaty.; Florida within :
And For" Bra." Ie-e.-a------a -e.-- --a-- -''. .-------------------.eT a a a a a a a a a--ea aI
and Mrs. Wayne Douglas and from the date of the ,

family, also of Starke. Pre- rin'res E"tat* of L. D. Via- first tice. Each publication claim or of this demand. No. I SLICED 1/4 .

sent also were Mr. and Mrs. Ins.; Decea..d. Cre.ltonAll must be In writing and filed In 1 I
S.C. Harley Jr. and Mrs. Notice To Oof L. D. Vlnfns duplicate., and must state the 1 I I
eon, credlt..n place of residence and post office
Ernest Wells, Mrs.Red Buford JulY deceased who died rMldentof .on address of the claimantand 1I i ; PORK LOINCHOPS .
and Mr. and Mrs.Hubbard Harley BradforldTO' County Florida.. be .worn to by his the claim .
ant. his agent or attorney
of Bushnell. notified. that they are accord- II
are or It will become void 1 II
qulred to file any claim or law. .
domands that they may have "Sated this llth day of AugUit -. i FOOD
PERSONALSMr. against his Estate In the Of A. :D. 1970. I
and Mrs. W.H. Richardson BradfordkCounty.unty Jud te of (S) William: Ears' Gault A-lc-a ORBONELESS SHOULDERSTEAKS .. 1 I '..
FlorLdavJ" William I E. Oault Sr. ,Jlt. eIds I
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. the Courthouse :Executor: of the Estate ofIa.leolm 1 1
Pierce Crews An- Florida within .lx calendarmonth' l ) A. Gault. deceased. <
on Sunday. from the date of the George H. Pierce. Atty.P. 1 {SAVEZLB 68CHUCK II
other visitor was a grandson, first publication of this Notice O. Drawer 1030 1 FAIR
William Spencer Jr., of Jack- EachIn wrltlnu claim 'or and deman'Anu.t filed St"ka- .... I
\ .17
sonville, who has just returned In duplicate and must statethe FUJ 8-27 4t 1t
from Vietnam of residence and 1 Iiaaaa. -aaaaaa a a a a a a a a.1, I
on Saturday. place! 1m County" indce'e Court >. 1
Mr. poet .(flee l address of the claim- 1
and Mrs. Bobby Bennett ant and be .worn to by the And. For Bradford Cooatr.Fla. 1 SUPERMARKETS I
of Daytona Beach were visiting claimant his agent or his at- 1 .
In re: Estate of Malcolm A.
his uncle and aunt, Mr. and ..torne. or It will become void Gault. Deceased.Notice 1 I
Mrs. John Bennett and fam- arcnrdlnx to taw. of AueU. Of Probate I 1
Dated hlt $ I
The State Of FloridaTo FOOD FAIR
ily, during the week. ate nA.c D. ::10i..ou All Persons Interested In 1 1
Also visiting Mr. and Mrs. (!: ;.rl Vlnlna: The Estate Of The Above- I QUALITYU 11I
CHARLIE LOU VINING Named Decedent: when Savings Count... I
Bennett is their son, Pvt.Douglas Ecutrlx of the Estate. Of You are notified that a written DEPT Of "AGRICULTURE' |_
] Bennett who Is spending -L. U VlnlnaDoceaned. August Instrument purporting to I COUNT ON US ,
1"Iret publication on !
his leave be the last Will of the decedent
\ at home. Douglas 27, 1970.eleorge
baa been admitted to probate '
, has completed his basic train- H. Pierce. Atty. In this Court. I I1Jl1llhjEIi1I 1
Ing at Ft. Jackson, S.C. and P. O. Drawer 1030 You are commanded within I PRICES GOOD THROUGH .
Fla. II
Btarke. from the
six calendar months .58*
will now be stationed at Ft. 8-27 tt .17 date of the first publication of 1 WEDNESDAY, SEPT.quantity 16th. I I
f Rucker, Ala. for further train- this notice to apnear In this 1 LB rights reierved.
Court and .how causa.. If possible. ,, ;
why the of this 1 1 i
ing.Miss Arthurine Blanchard of r-TCOAl': NOTICE'] Court In admlttlnlr actloy.the Will I I I 1Ilaa
I Will not be responsible' for
should not
Jacksonville spent the weekend any debts Incurred by anyone unrevoked to probate nand
with Miss Enza Blanchard. other than mvself. Dated thl. (!9) Theron. A. Yawn
11 th day of August 1970. Signal -
Mrs. Joyce Futch of Bruns- Annette L. St.wart.sn County Irat Publication JudgeEM August ST. SMOKED HAN MIATTFRESH
wick, Ga. spent Labor Day alP -10 11 o. "

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2 Lawtey Men Fighting Fires In NW State

--Community News-- '

Two Lawtey men were among All of these men are servingon
44 volunteer Ore fighters from their own time with expenses -

the Florida Department of Agriculture and transportation being paid SCHOOL, NEWS By EHzalx?.;: Given.* Walker
and Consumer, Services, by the U.S. Forest Service. ,
AU students returned to
Division of Forestry, who left Because the summer monthsare
xrk Tampa Airport Friday night to considered as a slack fire school Tuesday for the new Morning service at H with Mrs.E. \1. At 11 there will be r..

the U.S. Forest Service season In Florida, the Divisionof term. Every student seems ea- Lee speaker for the youth. speaker from Jacksonville. At
l help combat the Idaho-Oregon- Forestry Is able to release jer for the chance of starting Youth Day will be observed.At 3 p.m. Rev. H.L. Herlod of

# 1w ? ) Washington wIld res. these Men from their local 10 study again. 2:15: the Senior Choir and WOBS will preside, along with
fire control duties. All adults Interested In attending Senior Ushers will go to Bald- his congregation.We .
The two local men are Jack school are to call the win to appear on a Choir and are expecting Rev. R.C.

Pearce and L.S. Crlffls. Assigned Vo-Tech Center, 964-6105 for Ushers anniversary. At 6 p.m. Curry and his congregation at
to the fires In the Pay- Information. Classes will be organized the Women Home Mission will the 6 p.m. service. The Men's
ette National Forest, the men My neighbors In Reno If enough people be In charge.; The presidentIs Day celebration will terminate

expect to be away from home register. asking all members to be the 2nd Sunday in October.Each

two to four weeks. CHURCH ACTIVITIES In uniform. member Is asked to pay $20
The volunteers are res- by the 2nd Sunday In October
Church, Rev. Jasper Williams ]- Rev. Leroy Davis Bible
to the emergency needsof ,pastor. for the purpose of meeting our
ponding the U.S. Forest Service and pastor. Monday night, Class tonight (Thursday). The conference/ budget.

assembled In two 22-man Choir No. 1 rehearsal. Tues- rally will terminate on the third Sunday, Sept. 27, our fourth
were teams. Leading the team north day night Story Hour at the Sunday, Sept. 20. All memberswho and last quarterly conference

".i Florida fire fighters Is GeorgeH. church. Thursda; night Ladies have not fulfilled their obligations for this year will be held.

Feagle, Live Oak, who will Circle.: Friday night, are asked to pleasedo Each of us knows our duties
be aided by Paul Martineau, I' Prayer Band meeting. Satur- so. and wo expect 100 per cent
1 day night the I Can Circle cooperation.! Alt boards and
Ocala. will sell dinners from the kit- FUNERAL SERVICES classes will make their reports

chen. Sunday services will begin Funeral services for Henry during the morning hour of wor

k e e with the men of the church Aaron will be held Sunday at ship.
'i' serving breakfast. The menu 2 p.m. at Ebenezer Baptist The Junior church was askedto
While everybody Is taking will consist of grits, ham Church with Rev. Leroy Da- meet Wednesday at 8 p.m.

after the automobile for polluting "We're supposed to watchyouyou're eggs, toast, butter, Jelly, orange vis officiating. with Mr. Wynn for trainingto
-- the air nobody even Juice and coffee.All members GREATER ALLEN CH\PEL get started on the! right
not supposed to
speaks sternly! to the ragweed and friends are Invitedto AME Church, Rev. C.E. Jen- tack In the choir He is one
Joe Kerrigan, president of the Senior Citizens: Club, presents 16- which does the lame thing. gape M us! attend. Sunday School, 9:30: ; kins pastor. Sunday School, of the Instructiors at EWC.

I paint program to members of the White House Conference on Aging: --
here Tuesday morning.Seniors. ..... :ii
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Income, Put Lower Higher Phone E\\? otscovlvr *

Sav o" re towER BETTER
Bills As Top NeedsIncreased PRICES QUALITY


Income, lower telephone duction of every $2 earned after EAGLE /

rates, and adequate $2,880 per year should not
means of transportation were be Imposed.
voted as the most critical needsof 8Deductions of $5.30 per O
older citizens In the Starke month from Social Security

area at a local conference on benefits for Plan B of Medicare
the problems of aging held should also be stricken.

Tuesday morning In the North This Is an annual payment of

Florida Civil Defense buildingon $63.60 for a single person and
Edwards Road. OM OUI IOYS' DlpAITMENTt *
$127.20 for couple. These de- MEN'S
The conference here was preliminary ductions are severe on the fixed
White House Conference to be j}
month In S.S. benefits. NYLON RIB
held In Miami In October,where 1 MEN'S '
Discontinue the $50 PlanB sAVi aye You
reports from local meetings all and $52 Plan A of Medicareas SAVE YOU SAVI 4S< SOCKSBOYS'

over the state will be compiledto doctor's fees before enter- j 100 r :. .
submit to the national White Ing hospitals. tA t 'S / C e' 1 YOU

House Conference on aging In Simplification of the entire WORK I SAVE 32$

Washington, D.C. In November, system of Social Security;. PANTS \ 0 y)e Sturdy, Bortocked otpainlt ..M...,.
and Medicare. a of strain )
1971.The f
panel discussion here 11-- A complete study of nursing s I / s / e /ippar ;losuree 3 9e
Monday was highlighted by a homes nationally for the I: closures Loop waist ...
PRESSMADE / S rnbtlb
1 \ waterprool. } e a
16-polnt resolution, submittedby protection of the elderly who, < .
Joe Kerrigan, president of through no fault of their own, : FOR ESPECIALLY EAGLE I! V nYi ( .Popv An r

the Senior Citizens Club, which have to spend their last days, .: ., ARMY .NAVY i t e Full cut. ? 10 aSl3, _
was received as part of the record months, or years In these in- : v. WITH SHAPE SET I I One sate, / i

for the October conferenceIn stitutions. # .:T :;-;,.., X..IT AND SOIL I
Miami. 12Complete coverage of I RELEASE I
The resolution proposed: when V 6S', COTTON Nylon reinforced
psychlatlrc care pres- 6 ', I I
1An Immediate Increase In OS POLY toe ... I
cribed by a doctor. j .. 1 and heel,lor 1 ,ter
Social Security payments to enable Si1e7
us to keep abreast of the 13Full coverage for out- 1 ;er' w longer wear ; b A'y,9' II

high cost of food, medicine, patients with chronic diseases. 1. Morching /

doctor's fees, rent, clothing, 14Cheaper and better 1 conymg \ I i / ... .
and the constant grip of In- 1 pouch.
coverage of home and auto Insurance -
J 2That this forum supports elimination of deductables.
the National Health Insurance 15Death benefits from Social ; SHOES
plan, which should Include paid Security should be Increased 1 ,, ra SAVE 410 ? ? ..

prescription medicine, prescription commensurate with the .

eyeglasses, hearing modern cost of burial.
aids, dental care,dentures,foot Communities should set MEN'S CONSTRUCTION HATS .... ':.:" 0). \ "--" ".

care, and day health clinic for up recreation facilities for senior 01 t M l li
of medi Aluminum or yellow Polycarb J I'
the purpose preventive citizens where they can escape 1 u.-

cine. boredom and Isolation. i / ,\ YOU tAYI Syt l I L
3Immediate national legislation Such a program Is provided by \ i a I Inflatable with \
to compel the use of a RING. built- pillow TAN Y"f
the City of Starke through the /
e .
1 ,79" Fun for .,
a pool ,
generic (chemical names) by Parks and Recreation Depart- / t' r/ r / or beach s Easy or r
doctors In writing prescriptions SURFRIDER 1
ments. 4. y.Y s al\Vfl son,
Members of the panel listenIng -
4--Many: senior,citizens are to complaints and L -- --- -J / r solo
forced, because of,Social Security citi-sug- / c t .Sus. wi'1
gestions from the senior I I
benefits, to seek help I/
zens and fielding answers to \ + W'I /
from Old Age Assistance. This Frank 1
their problems were: '
necessitates the signing of Williams, Bradford County Civil -
papers transferring their home, Defense, moderator; Clyde / / : !
U they own one, over to the IRONING BOARDS
Gentry, Social Security;
State. Under this they I
program k
Thelma Dixon, Neighborhood SAVE !
receive monthly commodities Service Center; Mrs. Elaine EAGLE ass ,, LADIES' ORNAMENTED
which are a diet and
very poor McBride, CUBa agency; Mrs. EAGLE I
are wasteful. Therefore, we \ '-'' '
of .
Nan McCown, Department CLEANSER : : : DRESS SHOES
that food stamps
propose Family Services (welfare); Joe LIQUID
should be sold to senior citi-
Senior Citizens Club
Kerrlan, ;
In convenient locationsfor NE Mfr LAWN y SAVE
zens + wYI
Mrs. Betty; Jo Bennett. Brad- '. inf nne hoiph, \
the purchase of fresh frtilts O 700, .ire,
ford County; commodities pro- /l.lltflttrlS, odustment., pltlu FOODYOU 14. !
vegetables, and fresh meats gram; Marion Campbell, Bureau Crfrr:greeN to o M Vemad surface ,u T l1 l:r phunyj t
from the grocery store. of Aging, Jacksonville; cents nt P for smoother
/ SAVE10
5A cornprehenslvenationaJ NEW onion bl.xh A caning .
Farabee Jr.
Rev. DeWitt T. .
FOAMING :.: a Eosy 10 d..n --
C R (1' ; +
should be Initiated Immediately +A '
Alliance and
Starke ; ) 1ft_ eNo.ams 10 I.ok.'PV' .
for the elderly and Miss Martha Sue McCain,home 1 E Consrruered cT '' s B'g rise NothIng 10 n
poor which would eliminate the extension economist. 1 Earl I of rturd rsAVtll .. J. ,nflo", r"".,. R wi

rat and bug Invested slums, Persons who are having difficulty metal 1 OAT, YOU SAYE 9SC

help clean up our environment with "red tape" Involved CLEANSER non.Ith /.
problems, and put millions of Beauh
with Medicalr or pro-
people, including senior citi- NEW ACTION F ll / / lollyBIE
grams were advised to bring ACN r losrad..Sus d
zens, into gainful employment.
their problems to the Social .
6-- Cheaper transportation _
Security representative in S ro 10
should be provided for the elderly Starke;on Mondays and Thurs- +
who could travel during
Gainesville office
to the
slack hours for visiting, shopping day at or time. Those with transportation *' '10M OUI LADIES' a OIU.' DlItAITM.NTI *'
and other needs. any / GIRLS'
personal problems were ad- ':::; CLiAUNCIII
Restrictions of earningsto vised to contact the Neighbor- 1 1 LADIES' \
$1,680 per year should be hood Service Center,phone 964- I EAGLE POCKET 1 ; 4< WALTZ GOWNS '.... GIRLS' DRESSES
eliminated. If
a retired person 5689. __ SHORTS t I. 'ERMANINT
Is able or wants to earn additional 1 s a. YOU SAVI S2C'"
Income, the question ..aot.*'. Conet !. r YOU
CooBlr .
I i + ,. ::' !' wbuleus :olle.t'on
of deductions of $1 from every And. For Bradford CnnBtr; ,, = SAVI30< --. .,.. e'' 'r ,ot a lOp maker
$2 earned over $1,680,or$2 de- FIn:i ref Estate of I* D. Vln- e. ::" ') ,k if$' : 'I ..I"t..oIa. ,.g. U".I" -h. ,,'nd""y.II ,abl. ...I..Ioon
IJI ..
"' ,
Tg"TdProbata J
: 111 i" i I 11 .f -ne fob. 10
1r"V''' -\ .
f ..
The Slate Of Florida .,. ;Q 1.
To All Persona interested In 1 1.00'J.I \ e Short Ian. I u a,is
STARKEBUSINESS The Estate of The Abova- SAY 1 Tuclr.d yo4. and t r'r I, rh nl ds.
Decedent: 3 i i } S I Loe.tnm Seh
Famed : ;-, r deupper 'l'b 7 i014
; written e. "
You are notified that a 1 > } t r .lUOi Caron 1 \ Posral shodef t1 1
Instrument purporting to 3. 'S 1 f' $r P.rgy Hots a Slier f 2,44
dent be the has la.t been Will admitted of the to deco pro- 3 1 .y ( .Sts to 14.1 \\ S M l S TO eX

1I this Court.'
iaoulnar commanded within
DIRECTORYAUTO iI Ix* calendar month from th.
data of the first publicationof
In 1 fe4eMod.l
this Notice to appear f '

SERVICE Court this Court In why admitting and action.how the cause In Will this ifpassible 1 t / a 1 1 1 '

should not ttandunravoked.
to probate al bd d

Gilbert S. Brown (.County) Theron.Judge A. Yawn I BADMETS ON 3 PC. VINYL rI ,
: August 17,
First publloatlon ''
SlaxUrd OU Service Stau55 1/TO. t.n 4t '-17 h 4 BATH SETS 1 '
ATLAS MAKE-UP MIRRORS pole Shlnl.and n.b cecbe, Watte bather,hamper ..

Serrfe YOU SAYS 311 YOU SAVI 1.00 Jj
Badge Term RMM GLASSFOR 1 1" \
PRONE N4-7071 1 _. t
: 47 N. Temple Slut EVERY PURPOSEMirrors 1 i I AT $13.93Complete t t I A

i a with, corryngco.mog"lyng g flat,' ? t t II ,,44'I //N pellifS-1
mirror-UL approved cord 1 't''i 1 / I C

HURST'SSHELL FOR EVERY PURPOSt i .Good for travel & home ute 1 / 1 13 0

1 ,
Service: Station SHEA'SGLASS
j e I I j ja
CM OH LabHeaUoa CO.
M.ureft 'fliesROAD >Batttr' !
SERVICE 11:-.4111112.4111 ,
"-w. 4th 11.55c.ta.aeeli
Stark 1111
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At Long BranchElwood

C. Lang 56.of Starke. Several hundred high-school training on a three-quarter/ .t
died Saturday morning In Brad- graduates around Florida are half-time basis. As a rule war
ford County Hospital after a to com- ,
; In line to receive up to 36 orphans are required
short Illness. Born on Feb. 18, months of higher education paid mence their training betweenthe
1914 In Hastings, he was a for the Veterans Administration ages of 18 and 26. Eligibility -
by -
Baptist and a veteran of World to Florida ; for receiving or com- FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
War B. pleting this training Is not affected BAPTIST Sunday School 9:45a.m.: MornIng -
Surviving la one brother.Carl by marriage. LATTER DAY SAINTS 125,Northwestof Law- Bible 10 Worship 11 a.m. Youth
Study a.m.
Dixon. Highway Sunday: ;
Bailey Lang of Long Beach Another benefit under this lOa. .**0" Sunday School 10 a.m.; Morn- Fellowship 6 p.m. Choir Practice
1404 E. Bessent Road School, and Communion
The graduates are war orphan toy. Sunday Morning Worship -
Ins Worship II Evening
Lois a.m.; Wednesday 8
Calif. four sisters Mrs. the child who p.m.
permits Night
; children whose veteran program SundayPriesthood 8:30 ajn. lug Worship, 11:15. Sunday Service 11 a.m. Evening ser-
Worship, 7:30 Prayer
Creek Mrs. p.m.; -Rev. Robert D. Burch
Williams Otter ; has received war orphans benefits Wednesday
Mlddleburg parents) died In military ser Sunday School 10 ajn. Sacra- Service. 7:30 p.m. vices, 6.Wednesday. Meeting, 7:30: pjn.; Wednesday.Rev. .
Florence West ; to enter military service -Rev.
ment 6 7:30 run. service GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH
vice or of Injuries disease or p.m. Prayer Meeting. Worship J.C. Saunders. pastor.
Mrs. Helen Dobash, Phoenix, disabilities Incurred while In and thereby gain an additional MondaMIa 7:30 p.m. Albert Knight, pastor. 7 p.m. Minister Jack P. Bell. Highway 5-100 A, Starke (Grlf-
Ariz.; and Mrs. W.M. Sapp twelve (12) months of schoolIng 4:30 .
service. In this category are TuesdayPrimary : pjn.Wednesday fis Loop).
Starke. children of veterans who are for his own period of service Relief Society PINE LEVEL BAPTIST MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL Sunday School 10 a.nu Morning
Funeral services were held School, 10 a.m. MornIng Sunday9:45: a.m. Sunday
permanently disabled from ser- 7:30: p.m.Jesse Sunday HA8JPT.QN.CHBISTIAN CHURCH Worship at 11. Training Union
at 2 P.m. Monday In the Long vice-connected causes. These It Is not a bit too early D. Branson Branch Worship, 11 ajn. Pre- School. U a.m. Morning Wor- 6:30. Evening Worship 7:30.
School 10 :
Branch Baptist Church with children also are eligible to for those students who will President. Booster Band, Young Sunday 11 a.m. Morning ship 6 p.m. Training Union 7 Mid-week Prayer Meeting, Wed-
Worship, a.m. Evening.
Rev. G.W.Wilkinson officiating. soon be graduating next People Service! epjn. Evening Worship.
receive educational benefits of year and Prayer -James p.m. nesday, 7:30.: -Rev. Don R.
Interment In Long Branch for this Vorshlp, Shaw pastor Wednesday7:30 Prayer Services -
was up to 36 months of training. and who are eligible JORDAN MISSIONARY Evening Worship 7 p.nvMidweek Drawdy. Pastor.
with DeWitt C. Jones 1st and 3rd Wednesday
Cemetery Dixon says the VA will pay training assistance to make application BAPTIST MISSION Service Wednesday .
Funeral Home In charge. benefits of $175 a month eli so as to begin their U.S. 301 North behind Taste 7:30 p.m. Rev. John Strickland, night- p.m. Family night. KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST
e training at graduation, Dixon Drive In Pastor. Sunday School 9:30: ; Training
gible recipients engaged in full- Frees Sunday BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH
Tilly is ecstatic. grape time training. Proportionate a- says. School, 10 a.m. Worship Ser- BROOKER FLA. AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH Union 10:15 a.m.; Morning
in time to Worship
boycott her ended salad just /for the mounts will be paid those in vice, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Rev. Jim Temple pastor. Sun-' Sunday School 9:45 a.m.; ship 11 a.m.; Evening Meeting 7:30
make 7:30 Prayer
club success. Service 7:30: p.m. Wednes- HOPE BAPTIST.CHuivCH day School 10 a.m. Ron Bris- Morning Worship, 11 a.m.; Eve- : pjn.;
bridge a HOUSING AUTHORITY day.Leroy (Highway 100 at Theressa) tol, Superintendent. Training ning Worship, 7 p.m.;Wed.Prayer Wednesday. Robert West.
MEETS TONIGHTThe Olive pastor Et. Sunday School10 a.m:, Morn- Union, 6:45 p.m. Lowell) Douglas Meeting and Bible Study, 7 Pastor Rev.
Grlffls, associate pastor. Ing Worship- a.m.; Training Director. Worship Services, p.m. Study on Book of PAIII-i NEW RIVER BAPTIST
GAINESVILLE Bradford County Housing Union6:30: pjn.; Evenlng.Wor- 11 a.m., 7:30. Lavern Outlaw G.F. "Prevatt, pastor. t-veryone, Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn-
Authority will meet tonight DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH shlp-7:15 p.m.Wec1nesdlY music director. Welcome. Ing Worship 11 a.m. Training
(Thursday) In the County; Com- BROOKER Night Prayer Ser- 7 Worship
Union Evening
of the courthouseat School 10 Wor- Rev. Merle p.m.
mission room Sunday a.m. vices7:30 p.m.
., Business DirectoryAUTO 7:30 p.m. ship Services 11 a.m. and 7 Packham pastor. HEILBRONN BAPTIST FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH 7:30 8 p.m.p.m.Wednesday Everyone night welcome.L.L. service.,

p.m. Training Union, 6 p.m.- CHURCH HIGHWAY 16 N. Sunday Service: Sunday School, Parker pastor.
CARD OF THANKS R v. Lacy Conway: pastor. Sunday School 9:45: a.m.Morn- 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship,10:45:
GRAHAM dAPTIST CHURCH ing Worship, 11. Training Union, a.m. Evening Service, 7:15: p.m. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH
SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES There is no way to adequately CHURCH OF GOD Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- 6:30: p.m. Evening Service, 7:30. Youth Group Meeting,Sunday 6:30: Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn-
express our thanks and ap- 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. ing Worship, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Midweek Prayer Service, 7:30.: P.m. Ing Worship 11. Training Union,
preciation for the help received Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worship Rev. Fred Johns, pastor. -Rev. L. Tommy Howe,pastor -J.C. Brown, minister 6:30. Evening Worship 7:30.
BRASINGTONCADILLAC Johnson & Paris, Inc. when we lost our home and fur- Services 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.
nishings by fire. With contri- -Rev. Y.W. Kldd pastor. a e e e e a e a e e e e a e e a e a a e e e a aaa as a
OLDSMOBttJB SEEDS- PLANTS- butions from 17 cents to $100
SALES SERVICEFine Insecticides-Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS from a can of beans to a nice SMYRNA MISSIONARY
Selection tt Vied! Can piece of furniture. May God BAPTIST CHURCH I II

Taken Oa Cadillac Trades We Rent Fertilizer" Spreader bless each and every one of 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday services I ; I II II II
2001 N.W. lath Ph. 37S-U01 you.The Ollie Williamson : Sunday School 10 a.m.
224 N.W. 8th Ph. 276.0471GLASS
family. Preaching 11 a.m. TrainingUnion I COD
5:45 p.m. Evening Wor- 1
Barkley Motors Inc.TOYOTA CARD OF THANKS ship, 7 pjn. Everyone welcome. I
-Elder: A.G. Flynn, pastor I
thanking our friends for their CHURCH I
kind expressions of sympathy in Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morn- i LOOKS
.. 4 wheel drive and ears Glass Company"Glass our recent bereavement. These Ing Worship 11 a.m. Youth Ser-. I
Sales Parts Service thoughtful acts have been a vice 6:00: p.m. Evening Worship
Clean Used! Toyotas' For Every Purpose" great source of comfort in our 7.p.m. I I

k 1700 N. Main 376-1268 .1 Store l"ront&-Mirrora sorrow, and will always remain Thursday night Prayer Meet I
I 1 Tub Enclosures--Showere a cherished memory.Mrs. 7:30 I
: p.m.
br r VARHEYLLinoo1n I Furniture Tops Glass Replaced Victoria Cadle and children. Ivy Luke PastorNORTHSIDE ON I

I 1228 So. Main Gainesville doubt about the census? Tl ". no Sunday Morning Worship 9:45: ; 1 '4 I
what its final
2201 N. Main Gainesville S72-8191; 1102 .la- Sunday School, 11. Sunday E-)-
372-4251 I lion count will\ be: Too u-; ,ny. ning Worship 6 p.m. Training I 4'TH[ I
Union 7:30.
mttD: Rome : I I
,w, MEN'S WEAR a 9. ThursdayTeachers and Of-
+\ 'Ot, ficers Meeting 6:30.: Prayer I I
Meeting 7:30.Edward .
Mtreal7-Coural'-Cll"ltlnetltal" STAG 'N DRAG C. Harvey pastor. l. I

Mark! HI-Eniftsh Ford I II
1 Griffin Suits. UIART
Cleanest Used Can Available Arrow Shirts Floraaelm. .... ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL : I

Formal KentaU CHURCH STARKE 1 I Iy
Holy Eucharist 1st and 3rd
Houitv Academy Ladles Sportswear II
Sundays II a.m. Morning Prayer I
1 12 STORES-1J W. UNIVERSITY: AakCbarle 2nd and 4th Sunday, II a.m.
I 1.
POWELL'SI II -John M, Flynn, Rector. ,

I Beauty Academy I MOBILE HOMES )! I ', 10. :( : I, I '
1 y The Church it God appointed' agency in IIIIUhIDWUMHHIllhiIIIAillHDhIIJjIllJJI

Learn a Profession In Tour MUSIC E. .. LAURA BAPTIST CHURCH I hit( world for spreading the knowledge of .
\\1 ::r.Tlm t"nl1lr: Part Time I Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.; Hit love for man and of His demand 'for )Ian t- tint reactiu)1" ) + tu another it-i braved, on outurd -

/ 210 N.W., 10th. 378-2766 Johns Morning Worship, 11 ajHi.; Eve- man to respond 'to .that. love by loving his \\+ alq| |xanime.+, and only! time \\ill help him
"" ning Worship, 7:30: pJtn.); Midweek neighbor. Without. this grounding in .the to know the heart of III1th....'. Coil know, imme

Trrruc( MOTORSELECTRIC II I BALDWIN About This Question: 7:30 Bible Study Wednesday, I love of God no government or society. or diately.ery attitude of the hearthether it i is

PIANOS' ORGANS "Fraud losses!! from the :Be pjn.In church Sunday. way of life will long persevere and .the (good or bile!.

illegal use of lost or stolen Rev. W. B. Mercer pastor I freedoms which we hold so dear will inevitably "Kit I'll,,tl(I" till, /I'l'i'l ill /'.Hit; r.., lli n tlill/ /! ?,
amMUS1Go. perish. Therefore' even from a "
credit cards has Increasedseven I CJW./
Motor Co. i selfish of'
Repair I times this GREATER BETHLEHEMFREE point view one should supportthe
last year over WILL BAPTIST CHURCH I Church for .the take of the welfare of Thfl'tIII'. maul rvuimU! for tin we that t'ulluaI .

Of Galnejvllle.: Inc. G'rllle Shopping Ctr. S72-S3U year" states a credit himself and his family. Beyond that however the Lord!, "-, t ll i In,u.rl'.1 /tin n> >.>i i.i.:>i Unit/ .., I h
Repairing! Rewinding i I i card manager. If someone Cor. Ash & Chestnut. Sunday I every person should uphold and tin I.-...d."
New and Used takes a two week all-ex- School, 9:30: ; Morning Worship, I participate. in the Church because it .tells
2818 N. W. 18th Ph. 372-U18 MOVERS pense trip to Hawaii on my 11; Luague, 4 p.m. Night Service the truth about. man's life, death. and
credit 6 p.m.Rev.. Jasper williams
card I
want it to pastor. destiny' : the truth which alone will set h'im c."... ... s...
Farm and Industrial Distance Mart be me! Can insurance a* 'free to live as a child of God.
Stance PackingCrating
a credit card be added to I
SMppL-. a Homeowner Policy?" FIRST STARKESuDdu UNITED METHODIST .a e.e. a e a e S e e..a e e eeaaaaaa a e S e e e a a e e e as
Santa Fe Tractor, Free Estimates Call
School 9:45; Morning
Charley E.
I MYF groupe 6 pan. BRADFORD

Farm Tractors EQUIPMENTSALES It ImplementsUSED Van Service, Inc. JOHNS AGENCY 7:30.Wednesday Prayer Meeting JEWELRYOfficial ABSTRACT CO. SUPPLIES, Inc.

PART SERVICE I 131 So. Walnut St. Thursday-.Cancel Choir RehMrnl -
4488 N. W. 6th 376.2548 |I I 3540 N.E. Waldo R4. 'O'riDe Phone 964-8070 ., 7:30.: Class Rings Featuring Ace Hardware
GAINESVILLE. FLA. 372-4271 Better Service For Your

...... i--- -- DeWttt T. Farabee Jr. Keepsake Diamonds Title Problems Complete Paint Suppliesand
- -tor
--.t e Abstracts
142 W. Call St. Starke
MADISON STREET Title Insurance "Check With Us First"

f Whatdo f BAPTIST CHURCH Phone 964-7064 219 Washington St. 964.5270
Opportunities for service: 158 W. Call Ph. 964-6881

Sunday School 9:45: ; Morning STARKE "66"
t Worship, 11; Training Union,
t 6:15; WMU Prayer Circle 7:15: ; SERVICEBill BRADFORD COUNTY
Evening Worship, 7:30.: TELEGRAPH
MondayYouth Choir Practice Edwards Ph. 964.7231

e haveto e WednesdayJunior, 7 p.m. Choir Tire Truing C OFFICE SUPPLIES

: you : Practice, 5":45; Family Night Headlight Adjusting
e Supper, 6:30: ; Prayer Meeting i
e 7:30: ; Church Choir Practice Brake Service u. ADDING MACHINES:
8:30.: --.

e lose? --Denton Sumrall, pastor. Wheel Balance and PHUTOCOPICJU: guest ",/..

Alignment Carl Hurst Phone 964-6111 U MIS. Take UM drudgery out

: : PROMPT ROAD SERVICE of ,*,*' work.Lt18AL Foaa.ravaou. .- .

t 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke Hiway 301 and 100
t Opportunities for service:
Sunday School. 9:45 Morning *10 S. Temple Starke
Worship at IL sermon;: "Flori BRADFORD COUNTY

t t inating da--Our Mission Committee Judea.Meeting"Nom TELEGRAPH FLORIDA

5:30: ; Training Union, 6:15;Eve- OFFICE EST
I Your deed, will, jewelry.?> ning Worship 7:30: sermon: SUPPLIES EDWARDSGrocery

valuables you can't afford tcT lose should e "Counting Monday the Cost." TYPEWRITES ONTROLa
Youth Choir
be and Market
protected In of
one our Deposit Boxes. 7 p.m. ADDING MACHINES
A Cost? Pennies a week When? Now. A TuesdayWeek of
Prayer Groceries Meats Feed OIBMWu till
for State Missions program at
the church, presented by WMU, PHOTOCOPIER: from "J4 GAS AND OIL
9:30: a.m. Junior Choir Practice U $as. Tk Ute dryd\ .ry out
f f Wednesday, 3:25.: Family Night of paper work.UCOAL .- Jack and Gladys EdwardsU. 539 E. Call St. Starke Fla.

FLORIDA Supper 6 p.m. Prayer Meeting. JTOBMX.feNvctorss. S. 301 South Starke Phone 964.5745 for FREE
t RA Meeting 6:30: ; Teachers
t and Officers Meeting, 7:15; ,.4..0LI0 PHONE 964-5312 Inspections and Estimates

rBANK AT STARKE Church Choir Practice. 8:15.:

f f WMU Thursday--Leadership New River Meeting Aim,at CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, Inc.

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Ralford Baptist Church.: 9:30
Corp. a.m. Visitation, 7 p.m. Owned By Those We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "Helping Our Members Live Better

One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group t W.A. Hogan pastor. Electrically"-Keystone Height' *-.Phone 473.4911

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HilitesBy / Pamela Jean Jones Tomes Becomes Bride Board Key

Keystone Of Robert Price, Jr. in St. William'sMiss

GLORIA REDFEARN l lHERE Pamela Jean Tomes,. Heights, was flower girl. Her O.J. Murrhee, veteran Clay On 1970 LockKEYSTONE
Please!' Call 473-328: : 473-4182: daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Er- dress and flowers were Identi- County; District 4 County Com-

nest Tomes, and Robert W. cal to those of the other at- missioner, won another termIn

Price Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. tendants. Tuesday's primary electionin ,
Robert W. Price Sr., were Joel Bush, of Green Cove the face of vigorous opposi- : HEIGHTS \ trio of !senior quarterbacks
N' THERE Col. and Mrs. James Ches- united in marriage Saturday, Springs, was ring bearer. tion from Ray Farris, a new- spite: I the grid thing: of Kl'\ ..tone as,! Coach Roy Bayless takes

Mrs. James Cook attendedthe slngton were recently in Ft. Aug. 22, at one o'clock in the jacK Hunt of Fort Worth, comer to Clay County politics. on another: ii'binldms ihnie"We've
wedding of her niece, Miss Walton Beach to attend a wed- afternoon.. Texas brother-in-law of the got h(iu.ciuois' hack but all\ aI'in the backlielrt. .

Glenda Johnson, daughter of ding and visit friends. The double ring ceremonywas groom served as best man. Complete but unofficial returns ." says Ba>Ici>!>. "So, you can ,ce we've' got to build not
Mr. and Mrs. Roderick John- Mr. and Mrs. H.S. Wrightand performed by Father Jim Ushers were Joe Tomes, uncle not Including absentee one line, but two."
of Bradenton, at the Bap- children, of Ocala, spent the In St. William's Catholic of the bride and Manuel The
son Labor Creegan votes, gave Murrhee 2,603 votesto veteran\( signal callers air Sieve Heptinstall who has
tist Church on Saturday eve- Beach Day Cottages.Weekend at Holiday Church. Aguilera, both of Keystone 1,718 for Farris. The vote to defeat his running mate, won two letters Mike Valldejul'', and :Mike: Grace another
ning, August 29, at 8:30.: She tained Mr. They enter- Pedastal baskets of yellowand Heights. Rodger Rohlen, also at Keystone, home precenctofboth J. Terry Hansford. two-year lettcrman.

was accompanied by Mr. and their families Wright's, Mr.nephewsand and lavender gladioli lined the of Keystone, was groomsman. men, favored Farris by In the legislative races, Clay Other seniors on' hand' for 1070''' action arc halfbacks. Butch
Mrs. James E. Johnson of altar against a background of Following the ceremony, a
369 to 272.
Mrs. W.H. Redfearn, Jr. and County gave Incumbent Gene Bleasdalo and Ron Strickland. \I\hI) also !pol'l I two big Ks.
Gainesville, uncle and aunt of reception was held at the Lions
the bride. Mr. and Mrs. M.S. Redfearn, greenery.A program of nuptial music Club where the lace-covered Shaw 2,285 votes to 1,528 for Keystone has a dozen oun, -year lettermen, inclnoiiR fullback -

Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Rich with a cook-out Sunday evening. was presented by Mrs. Janet bride's table was centered witha In the other Commission race 16.M.L.In(Les) Beasley home In District Hick Wheeler\, end Mike )VI'inkltackle Alvin Covey) ,
David Frohlick of Ft. Lee on Tuesday's ballot Incumbent Beasley's precinct guard Bryan Stanley and center Clove Thrift .
have returned from a visit with Lamm, organist, and Tommy three-tiered pedestal wed- ( \
Keystone the 328
their son, Robert A. Rich, and Va. was a recent guest of his Prevost, soloist,who sang"Ave ding cake, embossed with a Elbert Saunders, of District for Shaw to 278 for was Beasley. Sophomore tackle\ Jim :MclMnul" I I i.: the largest: 1 Indian at

family in Las Vegas,Nev.While brother-in-law and and sister,Mr. Marla" and "Because." large gold wedding cross with 2, retained his seat against Clay voters favored incum- 170 pounds which means the Cl''C:, Snuaiinoc! Valley .Confn-
there they visited the sightsof W. Huntley Redfearn Given In marriage by her two gold wedding bands en- challenger Ollie B. Nall bya bent Ralph Tyre in District cnce entry a ill have' to rely on speed this fall."Wt"I'e .
Nevada and also went Bryce Jr.Mrs. father the bride wore a floor- twined. A second table held vote of 2,380 to 1,793.In .
Frank Walrath 17, giving him 1,825 votes to a lot smaller than usual, but these kids are\ mobile
Canyon National Park and Zion dren have returned from and chil- length gown of white silk organza two crystal punch bowls anda 1,411 for Wayne Hollingsworth.Tyre and they're a determined lot," says! Bay less.Branlord's .
a trip the School Board District
National; Park Camp In Utah. over peau de sole in a silver coffee service. Sprays lost the in the dis-
to North race
They also visited places of Carolina with Mrs. cage style with Venice lace of yellow glads and fern, entwined 1 race, incumbent Robert M. trict, however.
interest In California and Ari- mother, Mrs. C.J. empire bodice, short sleeves, with yellow candles, Paterson received 2,234 votes
zona. Bastedo, of Folkston Ga. They and scoop neckline edged In lined the tables. Baskets of -- -. -

Mr. and Mrs.Charles Wallenius visited Mrs. Donna Walrath lace. The skirt featured an mixed glads were used In the Mrs. Bird
while in North Named
former Keystoners, were Carolina. attached train edged in lace. background.Mrs. Beach StarsIn
recently visiting with the Ella- Miss Kem Bonner is home She carried a satin-covered Eilt Schroeder of Sacred OubtandingConaervationi.t
son' s of Melrose and friendsIn a stay in Riverside Hos- prayer book edged in lace and Heart, Minn cut the cake,
Keystone. While here Mrs. pital in Jacksonville where she centered with a yellowthroated and Mrs. Margaret Gaboardl,

James Cook entertained a few underwent tests. orchid and yellow sweet- kept the bride's book. Others

friends in Mrs. Wallenius's eral John Bird is In Alachua Gen. heart roses on white ribbon assisting were Miss Lynn Mrs. Helen Bird of Jackson- Jamboree at Keystone
Hospital where he recently

Her Mrs. Tucker
honor. streamers. elbow length Schroeder George -
underwent ville, wife of Paul Bird, formerly .
Mrs. Rohlin has returned surgery. veil of illusion was securedto HI, and Miss Katie Black .
from Alachua General Hospital Kelly McCord and her bro- a headpiece petals trimmed Pouring punch were Mrs. Joe of Keystone Heights Con-, has
ther been named Outstanding
where she recently underwent Peter, children of Mr. with seed pearls. Tomes and Mrs. Walter Apple- servationist of the Year Gary Beach of Branford Llcno
and Mrs. Stewart McCord, have by ped Baldwin 60. set up a Indian scoring
tests. returned The bride was attended by ford. the Governor's Award Committee passed and ran his team to first Beach drive with
from In the
a visit in Clear- quarter an interception then
Mr. and Mrs. E.T. Martin her sister, Miss Cheryl Tomes, After the reception, the bride touchdowns with 36 ,
in three one
recognition of her ,
environmental '
water with their maternal scored on runs of six and 41 Ricky 'Parades into the
have returned from a trip to as maid of honor, and Mrs. and groom left for their new work in Northeast seconds remaining In the final romped
Detroit. grandparents Fred Mr. and Mrs. Bill Black, of Gainesville, as home In Austin, Texas, where Florida in 1969. quarter against the Keystone yards and gained a total of end zone from seven yards out
Miller. bridesmaid. They were dressed they will reside at 2514-1/2 B, Indians to the Buccan- 61 yards on the ground\ Butch to put the Indians out in front.

.,..:..,.:.".."..,.:."..,.:"...,.:.,.:."..,:.,":.".."....:..:...'..".....'.''..''.,..''''..'N....'.'.......""'.....<>>>.:--.-.:..OO..:..''.'.:..'.'.':..'.........o.<"oY"."''....''.'..''..'.'.'.'.''.'.'..'''''.'-'-'.''.'-'-.-...- alike In floor-length gowns of South Congress St. Awards The Governor's Program Conservation Is sponsoredby neers through, bring two quarters of Rleasdn'e' scored;: \ from 14 yards Strickland added his second con

yellow satin with lace bodices The bride Is a graduate of the Sears Foundation In cooperation a football Jamboree undefeated out for Keystone }Heights! and version to give Keystone Heights

}II! News Notes trimmed with lavender ribbonat Keystone Heights High School with the Florida Wild last Frloay: night.The Ron Strickland added the extra a 7-0 lead with 4:26: left In
I.I the empire waist. In their and Is employed as bookkeeperat life
Federation. State winnersare Bucs defeated Keystone point in the second quarter. the quarter.
hair they wore matching yellow Mobile Home Office In Aus- automatically nominated for
:'ti;.tcoMMUNIlY By Helen Egan bows with net headpieces. tin. The bridegroom graduatedfrom the President's National Awards Heights 8-7 In the last quarter,
Beach and Branford took
Their flowers were yellow high school in Wilmington and topped Interaction 12-0 in Larry Harper, who shone on the
sweetheart roses with lavender Dela. and is a senior at offense and defense r for ensuing! kickoff and marched the
This the first quarter in the first
: : CHURCH for the year's winners will received -
: Is to
rums prepare chrysanthemems.Diane St. Edwards University In Aus- Interlachen, passed 39 yards to length of the field for the score
under head coach
The Church Women's general White House Conference in their trophies at the outing new :
meeting will be held at 7:30 Washington In 1971 Aguilera, of Keystonethe tin. Florida Wildlife Federation Nick Bryant.In Charles Davies for! Interlachen'slore Beach scored the final TD with

p.m.Ionday: Sept. 14, in the The final conference for Flo- nual awards dinner on September the other two quarters : score of the evening as 36 seconds left, then pulled downa

educational building. This will rida will be held in Miami on summer of 1969 in Buf- 26 in Miami Beach. the !Rams edged Baldwin. Iwo-pomt pass from Lee Hatch
defeated f t
DC tne tirst meeting of the fall October 8-9. falo and Bradford,when she was Keystone Heights Paul lo ice the virrnrv.Services .
season and the start of the attendance The 50 states and territories stricken with Illness while at INDIAN BEACH Baldwin 7-0 and Intcrlachen top- In the final quarter,

contest of loyalty. their .. ,
through state agen- the home of Mrs. Arlene BrownIn -- -- -
:Mrs, Gertrude Christoffers will cies on aging, are participatingin Buffalo. Mrs. Howe returnedto
lead the devotional and Mrs. these forums. Keystone and shortly after (Lake Santa Fe)
Harry Wjman, Sr. will con- The Bradford County Forum By: Michael H. relay Mrs. Lola Teague Held

duct the business meeting.Mrs. was held September 8 at the that was called back to Buf- Phone 473-1612... Services HeldIn For Mrs. AndersonAt
Carolyn Wagner's acceptance of North; Florida Civil Defense falo by the death of her sister F frF

the vacated secretaryship will Building, at which time Joe Her cousin, Mrs. Jean- TitusvilleMrs. Keystone Hts.
be duly ratified by the mem- Kerrigan, president of the Sen- ette Brown, who spent most Greetings, friends and neigh- ti Nv.
bership, as recommended by the ior Citizens Club, was a panel every winter visiting Mrs.Howein bors, this is your poor ole

Executive: Board The several member. Unfortunately, the Keystone, died suddenly at orphaned Rolllng-Reporterwlth Lola Teague, 91, widow Mrs, Anna Fern Anderson,
recommendations of the board Keystone area has never been her home In Canada. Part of a slim report for you this week. of the late Robert C. Teague, 70, of Keystone Heights, died

will be presented at this meet- able to have officials of Clay Mrs. Howe's four-month visit You see, my parents,James and died Monday, Sept. 7, at the Thursday, Sept. 3, In a Gainesville -
iiitf, Including several Items for 'wxamrtyt; retiognlie; 'ordo, 'any-' was enjoyed 1''with her son, Cricket and Granny Copeland home,, of her daughter, Mrs. hospital after an extended -
the Communion Service, as requested ''thing for the local senior citizens George Howe, -and family in all headed out for three weeks Ashlyn D. Mallard In Keystone Illness. She was born In

b\' the pastor. who are unable to parti- Bradford, Pa. visiting relatives in Alabama. 1 Heights after a brief illness Mldvale, Ohio on August 23,
'1 the weekly workshops are cipate in anything that Clay Mr. and Mrs. Albert Quag- Welt I decided that I'd rather 1 Mrs. Teague had been visitingher 1900 and had been
a resident
\II ..itended( and the Interest County may plan, as the dis- llano of Brooklyn Bay enjoyeda stay here and serve my Lord daughter for the summer. of Keystone for the past six
',i i 'li In making articles for tance to Green Cove Springs holiday vacation in the mountains Jesus, than be away for three She was a resident of Titus- years, coming here from Ohio.

AMIwhich\ enables the is too great. at Linville Falls N.C. weeks. Let me say that even ville, and a member of the She was a member of the Meth-
'< women to contribute to Any age group, particularlythe Mr. and Mrs. J.O. Smith of though I may never preach from First Church of the Nazarene. odist Church and the Daugh-
.. k ol the church in this younger and middleagers, Jacksonville Joined Mrs. Mar- a pulpit I know that my Lord Besides Mrs. Mallard, she ters of America.
iri'iiiv, The :Mghtengaleschu should turn their attention and guerite Quagllano and Gayle. has called me, and I praise Is survived by another daugh-

i i : "1,0' of workshop assist the seniors in this pro- Then Gayle and Marguerite vis- His Holy name for the privilegeof ter, Miss Dolores T. Teague,
..ck and, the luncheon andI gram, lending their active Interest ited a lifelong friend, Mrs. having a small part In His of Titusville: two sons, Her- Surviving are her husband,
I hour acre attended by to the success of the L.E. Roberts, retired postmaster work. If any of you are not 1'r. man W? of Orlando, and D.II. John U Anderson; one daughter -

:. i members. The liebeccasM. Miami Forum. The subjects to of St. George, Ga., and they saved and serving the living Teague, Baltimore, Md.; one ,I Mrs. Doris Bennett, bro-both
In charge on September speak out on are matters of drove to Houston, Texas where Lord Jesus Christ, you are sister, Miss Nan Talley, HighPoint of Keystone Heights; one
and II;. \ second tour of duty income, health, nutrition,housing they made several side trips cheating yourself and no one N.C.;nine grandchildren, ther, I Howard Truax, Dearborn,
will st..1rtIth Circle I IIrs.: employment, transpor- and visited in San Antonio and else. What's more, If you aren't and 13 greatgrandchildren.Funeral Mich.; four sisters, Mrs. -
Slstock Mrs. Irene
'I urnknetl's.. The time is 10a tation, education, retirement Orange Texas with several mu- saved, you're facing a God-less services will be held ,
m. until about 1:30.: activities, spiritual needs, etc. tual friends. eternity In Hell. On. 3:18): Wednesday afternoon at the Ifcese, and Mrs.Dorothy Fuchs,
IMPORTANT: : The annual With everyone's participation, Everyone hopes that John Bird Thursday, I spent most of First Church of the NazareneIn all of Massillon, Ohio;and Mrs.

Church Women's Rummage Sale it Is hoped that the Senior and has been able to return home the day with Mrs. Katie How Titusville. Interment will Gertrude Lantzer, Deland.

!U scheduled for October 8, Aging Citizens will find that from his unexpected trip to the ard her daughter, Kathy and follow In Greenwood Cemetery,
9. 10, with In-take day on the happiness and security they so hospital last week. her daughter Kim of Starke Orlando. DeWitt C. Jones Fun- Funeral services were held
;UI. :Mrs. Don Wallace is still much need because someone and Don Wallace of Crystal Lake, and enjoyed visiting my old eral Home was In charge of at 2 p.m. Sunday In Jones Memorial
hoping fora volunteer cochairman. everyone cares. whose mother recently movedto friends. That evening I wentto -- arrangements. Chapel, Keystone

She has secured the 'vacated Several Keystone seniors attended their home, was visitingin stay with my grandparents Heights, with Rev Thomas C.

offices In the Walker the Starke conference. Miami last week when she Hubert and Palma Chltty; In WITH GUESTS IN MIND-Even a small living room ((8x9 Geyer ofilciatlng. Intermentwas
building next to McKay Heal :Many were members of the had a fall and Is hospitalizedthere. Starke, where I'll be for three feet) can accommodate overnight guests for the holidays with _J b a In the Keystone Heights
Estate. Church Women are reminded former American Associated Thelma Wallace will keep weeks. Otis Melton and I attended this versatile sofa bed. Covered in wide wale black cotton Cemetery under direction of
to start collecting articles Retired Persons Chapter which this reporter posted on future the wedding of Joann corduroy. It fits in nicely with a bold color scheme of red DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home

for this sale, and also was sponsored by the officersof plans for her mother-in-law. Salter and Lyn Broome at black and white. Colors in the poppy.printed wallpaper are
the better and smaller items the Keystone City Councilin Hampton Baptist Church Fri- echoed in white corduroy draperies with red trim, and extra ,
that will be saleable at the 1964. Facilities lacking for day night. Saturday, we were seating is provided by large square floor pillows in red and
visited by Buddy and Merle black corduroy. Photographed at the Chicago Merchandise KEYSTONEHEIGHTS
White Elephant booth at the their meetings, and no Interest Mart.
Bazaar. shown among the non-seniors, Figures RefuteThe Ellis of Gainesville, and Lin ".\ I fililiu-lor I It, u .Mrrli
September 21 is All Circle the chapter has continued as Qick of Starke. I timed"ith U'UI4'ndarwuh''hi."
Day. Watch for home locationsIn the Fellowship Club for the Population Beginning the Thursday after -
next week's issue. social needs of its members. Friday the 18th, you canfol- Contact; Lens : ... .........
Explosion Myth low the fighting Keystone Indiana -
Football action which Ren1ova11'akes :r..w.
The above Is a quote froma salute the Jack Haber- The population explosion I'll be covering again this year Repair DIRECTORY

letter to the editor of Time strohs on the birth of their myth has been exploded by In fact I'm planning on havinga ExpertiseAOAAn

magazine from John B, Mar- ninth great-grandson, Steven Dr. Thomas C. Jermann. professor preview report on the Indians -
tin, special assistant to the Ray Crawford, in Mongomery, next week. So until next emergency care and instruction
Rock. ii BEAUTY
of history at SHOP
week. i
President for the White House May the good Lord packet for the removal TYPEWRITERS i
Conference on Aging. A rare Pa.Mrs.. Margaret Howe has returned hurst College, Kansas City, bless and keep you all. of contact lenses froma -

opportunity has been presented from a four months visitat Mo.He who is KEYSTONEBEAUTY
to older folk all over Flo- the home of her niece In calls attention to the decelerating wearer incapacitatedor i ADDING MACHINES i
unconscious due to
rida. The purpose of these fo- Buffalo N.Y. Mrs. Howe spent birth rate. In 1957 an accident SHOP
Lights Up-Crimes Down, ,sickness or other cause
4.308.000 babies were bornor 4
25.3 per thousand popula- Saysllig/uc'ay Expert has been announced by the 4 CALCULATORS i EDITH JOHNSON. Owner
American : Personal and Creative .
tion while in 1968 with 3.470.- Optometric Asso Hair Sty!
Fewer than 100 of the 18- ciation. Inc Every Form of Beauty

000born down the to rate 17.4.per The thousandwas death 000 incorporated towns and The packet) includes a detailed :4 Sale, Service, Rentals : ClJlureTges.Sal., 9-5; closed
cities in the United States are instruction! sheet. It
rate at 9.6 per thousand population properly lighted, according to advises :
has remained almost laymen to "secure j Bradford County Telegraph :
Amos Landman educational NURSERY
professional l help
to remove : .
unchanged in the last 20 director of the Street and the contact lenses if at all ,. Phone 964-6305 : > > H __V _M_ WMV

We Put You in years.Dr. Jermann points out Highway Safety Lighting possible." If such assistance :MNNN......................NeeeeeeeNl O.C. Carnes Nurserj
Bureau. is neither available forth
that the chief in the nor
the Driver's Seat with scare rhetoric danger of alarmistsis "It's a tossup whether coming, however, and the pa- Thousands of plants*
someone walking the streetsat tient cannot himself .remove Fruit Trees-SImde Trees
that tend to reduce
they night will be the victimof the lenses then emergency Get'em While They Last! EvergreensCamellias
Auto Loan! many of our major problemsto
an a driver who can't see himor personnel should follow the
numbers of people. He & Azaleas
adds, "They thus divert at. Landman of a mugger said. he can't see," steps for safely removing Used MOST ALL IN CANS
A low cost auto loan puts you on tention away from the actual contact lenses. PLANT ANY TIME
Citing the 11 percent rise "The task
requires calm-
1 the road to car ownership with causes of the problems. To in crime nationwide in 1969, ness, common sense and a Beautiful Roses -

jpeecf and ease. You can repay in the extent and that half-truths the distortions find- Landman added: "We must gentle touch" says the AOA To $85- LandscapingPhone

monthly installments arranged to credence they will retard mount a massive campaign to because "force can cause 659-2165:
needs. bring our streets out of the more harm than the adverse
fit your much-needed solutions. darkness to make them at effects of a lens remaining Completely Reconditioned 23 Mi. S. S. of Starke on

"Some developing countries least as safe as they are dur- on the eye." First-aiders are Hwy. 100 at Florahomc

Thar:s no red tape in our friendly loan depart have" severe population ing the day. With so many also cautioned against using"tools" Royals, Remingtons

ment. Your loan r.qu.t s get prompt courteousatt.nt problems, he added. "The worthwhile activities compet- on contact lens wear S. E. McKAY. REALTOR
In the auto loan facts. United States does not. The
on. Come get ing for our attention-spec ers: "Never attempt to
serious difficulties facing our pry a GUARANTEED TO WORK KEYSTONE
tator sports theatre, political lens loose with 'hard' 171431'
STATE BANK nation can only get worse if objects Appraisal "rrle. -
KEYSTONE activities, sandlot baseball, such as fingernails, matches, See Them AtBradford The
they are simply reduced to -- Dahl .. Lak cr,.|
jobs, shopping and visit "
Member F.D.I.C. Keystone H.lfhta, Fla numbers of people. Crime, environmental ing friends and neighborsit's just pencils Further, swabs information etc Hornet, Aena .. Rental
"Your Friendly Bank In Your FrienAr urban congestion cannot be unthinkable that so many be obtained by writing to the County TelegraphPHONE Mn. Mtlba n..a ,t73-C740
Co..ualt7'"" are afraid to leave their Association at7000 Chippewa 961-6305 Ceti .. Cs al..gto t7J.4l'7t
thinking.eliminated by such simplistic homes after dark." Street, St. Louis. Mo.\ 63119. .- L J.RAPH. ....... m-Iftl

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send and Dr. J.E. Malnes of
County Division Try FailedAt Lake Butler said that they were

Instructed to accept no com-
7977 Legislative SessionMost promise measure and that 11
the legislators would not secure
the passage of a bill mak-
readers are familiar day for a final decision In ing the division absolute, with- CLASSIFIED ADS GEC RESUlTS
with the story of the final divi- the matter and on that day a out a referendum clause It
sion of Bradford County at the delegation headed by exSenatorJ.B. was useless to pursue the sub-
New River boundary, to create Crews appeared In Talla- ject further.
Union County on the west. This hassee with a pocketful of petitions The Bradford legislators being -
was finally accomplished, after against division. unable to agree upon any- =
years of feuding over the The petitions of both sides thing but a bill with a referendum -
courthouse site, at the 1921 were gone over by the Bradford clause, the whole mat-
legislative session.But legislators and many irregu- ter was brought to an abrupt
not so widely known Is larities were found, such as ending without further consi- CLASSIFIED AD RATE I ttnnaFOR
the story of the earlier attempt the same persons appearingon deration of details. However, 8111 WANTED KentuiOky Fried" A TO ZConstruction
at division that was madeat petitions both for and against the advocates of county division Minimum Charge .... .1.75 JIMMY MOORE'S ctoOcken; .eaters. Apply' 301 SALEAckerman
the legislative session in 1911. division, and by the same are not discouraged. Theydo (Covers IS words) North. itchy Co.
The story is told In a dispatch name appearing several places. not look upon this as a SUN SPORTS
from Tallahassee, dated If the petitions had been final settlement of the ques- Each word over IS-7eWe NEW LISTINGS For All Your Remodel- Farm
May 23, and published In the carefully compared and the dou- tion, but merely as a post- Extra Charge If not MOORE BOAT FOR bedroom: dwelling: hardwood ing: Needs of General
May 26, 1911 issue of The Tele- bles eliminated they would have ponement of It. Those who believe YOUR MONEY $ floors, dry wall and Contracting. 2 Miles North on West
graph. been reduced In number and that the creation of a paid advance panelling' tile baHh. Suitable: Side of Highway 301.
no one knows which side would new county Is the only solu- CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Starke Ph. 964-5791 for retired. couple or email CONTACTW.
COUNTY WILL NOT have shown the most names. tion of the vexatious courthouse inch family. Quiet section. Pricedat Charles M. Schmitt
BE DIVIDEDThe This condition was such as contention will continue to advocate $1.50 Complete Outboard & $9,000.00. A. J. Thomas L. FOWLERAT

movement for the crea- to raise a doubt In the mindsof county division. Memorials Resolution Stern Drive Service and Realtor. Tel. 964-5701. 964-7605 or 964.5289 Phone 964-6200
tion of a new county of the the legislators as to what Proclamations, etc -7c word
western part of Bradford came course should be pursued by Repair. Complete Fiberglass :FOR RENT-One 4-rciom( cot FREE ESTIMATES

to an abrupt ending last Satur- them, and it was finally agreed How the Farm WorksThe CARDS OF THANKS Repair. Custom- !ibage land one 2-moom cottage,

day afternoon, at least so far that If the divlslonlsts would S' words or less .. ......1.00 built! Fiberglass Fishing furnished: on Hillcreet Lake.
as this legislature Is concerned.A agree upon a line equally dividing contribution made by Each 50 Boats Phone 4734427. It
word over -7o
delegation favoring the division the territory they would the farmer in the American
of the county was givena then Introduce and ask the Le- economic system is effectively FREE(? PUPPIES -Also Stager

hearing some time ago and containing to pass a division bill presented in Food from Farmto LEGAL FORMS. Bradford FOR SALE1966 2 dr. hard portable. sawing oniaicihilne.. SEARSHas GLOVERELECTRIC
a referendum clause sews good $20. Baby/ (bed $10.
filed their petition with Sena- Home, written and illus- County Telegraph. Ph. top Ford Ft.irla.ne, bucket!
providing for a ratification of Phone 4733171. ltp
tor Adkins and Representatives the trated by Walter Buehr, and 864-6305. seats, 390 high performance Evertliing
vote of
the division by a
,t Wall and Matthews. At the time, published (In the junior book engine. Stereo tape. player; 'FOR' SALE -Sears '."65" motorcycle
It was decided that before any people.This decision was communi- series by William Morrow & USED CLOTHING AND FUR auto. trans radio-heater; $150. Inspected and Complete Repair

definite of step the was movement taken the shouldbe opponents cated to the divlslonlsts who Company, Inc. NITURE- Sc-irte: awtlquew. G. power' steering; poly. glass! new l1cen.se.. ('.Call 964- STARKEPhone ServiceWIRING.HEATING
hear- were represented here by com- Mr. Buehr first discussesthe E. refrigerator freezer' $50; tires! on rear, 1300. Phone S875. 1JIclJr: :
chance for a
given a
apt. size gas stove $25 beds 964-6848
set the mittee, whereupon JW.Town- pioneer farm and the improvements ; 473-4210., Raledgh Brannen AIR CONDITIONING
ing. Saturday was as sworn suites, chairs, wringer Itch FOR SALE3 (piece 4IIa111'ue

.J .J! tSl J'//, ANItF.r,,:,,,.1-.1rll'Ar .."" in communicationand washer, Dresses from 10 to mahogany bednoiom SU1te.Phon 24 HOURS
"' Y' ti--i'' :'fI'it blv ;
transportation that have SOc. Men's pants from 10 to FOR RENT: TV sets, babj 7823231. Itp% 964-8835
t revolutionized it. Next he SOc. Faith: Bargain Store. 128 beds. elee. !guitars, amplifiers,
tells how the major crops, N. Court St. ItpFOE" refrigerators: day or week. DA- HELP WANTED Beautician .
if KNOW YOUR 'Ii such as grains fruits and HMER'S. 864-7923. tf-chg Junior or Senior Ca'l NEW AND USED
vegetables are planted and RENT Year around 964-8612 or 064.7282. Itch* MDWUMBWUWUWUWU

m harvested and then presentsa new 2 {bedroom duplex apart WATSON'S HOME REPAIRS Carpentering : PLUMBINGRITCH SEWING
I i rent Klnysley Lake. Furnished. -
FURNITURE picture of the present day Heat and air condition painting, roafing. concrete -
'' poultry and dairy farms. House of Vacuum drives and peJtloa. No MACHINESALES
L I". ed. pvt. dock Ca'l Merritb(
Job itoo small. Phone. 9645696.
He concludes with a final Williams: 964-5391 or home Many brands of :new vacuum*
..... i; chapter on the highly mechanized 9647788. It.tchg' 139.003)' Used machines from 3tp 9-24 Plumbing Co. & SERVICEPFAFF

By BILL WILSON ? farm of the twenty- tlO, Expert Repairs all makes. Experienced Secretary tor NECCHI
i.'.. 1-.I. first century. DANCING CLASSES Starting Parts and Accessories for all law office of Barton Douglas.: PHONE NEW HOME- UNIVERSAL
week of Sept 7. Let'& register 964.7653P. $49.50
.. vacuums. Built in Central vacuum Immediate opening. Write P. up
now! Classes for all O. BOX 943
cleaning systems. 712 N. O. Drawer" 1228, Gainesville! PARTS& REPAIRS OH All
ADDING MACHINES: MamMl ages. Ballet, Tap, Aoro, Modern STARKE
Main. Gainesville! 376-7110 Fla. 32601. 2tchg 9-17 FLA OTHER MAKE MACHINESNATIONAL
t SEE IF YOU CAN WRITE A ; or electric. For sale or Jazz. 3V4 yrs, >and up.
rent. Add, subtract, credit bal- Phone after 4 pro. 964-70p8. CLASP ENVELOPES all Frlej 4TF ,-.
; Tele-
: tfchg Jsefe- Bradford County
chicken eaters. Apply. 301 611 W. UNIV. AVE.
North. litchff
TYPEWRITERS l Manual or 378.1355
AYE'S FABRICS First Quality
Electric. For sale or rent. WILL, DO ironing' in myhine
r dress, drapery, upholstery
:r 'Ii. flnujford County Telegraph. material. Notions chenille bedspreads : toy bundle or piece',

p 'f tapestries. Also sec Ph..:. 9646836._Itp AND USED
HOUSE PAINTING Inter onds, mill ends. BankAmerl--
FOR SALE New frame
ior-Exterior. Kool eal mobile
i"J .
card .and Master Charge Open SALES
ih.<>Jnes. Hourly or contract. house, partially! finished: on and Keystone
Monday. 10-7 Tues. throughSat.
: De.k boi,year 1614 i First class wortanamiup. ; Inside:;! cheap. Ph. 9645082. PARTS
.. 9-7; Sunday 16. Hwy. 301 Heights area Customers
\ Contact Lonnie Roberts, Ral- L. W. Batten: Up SERVICE
ml. north Waldo. tfchg _
: IVi of
Many a love letter was written by u young ; ford and Shallow Wells))
"1 Fla. Mon.; Thur., Frl. Deep Hastings Mattressand
t"; man'jogging along in a stage coach I balancing I COTTAGE PARENTS-Men Cot and
) 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. 4311126. Water Softeners
!rod, a desk! on his lap. :' Ndghts and weekend 431- smith Plumbingand tige parents wanted. SomeMarried FiltersPlumbing Upholstery
couples, and women.
t 1768. 4tp 9-10! \
Supply Salary starts $347 :per month Supplies 710 St. Johns Ave.PAI.ATKA .

Much earlier, though the desk was just a SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic per person. 5 day week 8 hour

crude )bo\, Then a )bright' : inventor put legsMfg : + Letters, all sizes colors. Permanent day. Promotional opportunities EXPERT SERVICE ON
:'j; on the ),0". a "portable" desk that lifted yh; for use on wood, glass. Raiford Road State Retirement flick leave, ALL MAKES Is Open Again
: : plastic paper, metal. leather. 964-6023 vacation; etc Please apply in PHONE 964.70&1DURRANCE
1,+ alT its fr.imewoik, but still you had to standup ;J
ANYTHING I person only Personnel Office,
Bradford County FURNITURE
solved with
to write. That problem was
| :
Telegraph tf Buiiltnd: Center Gainesville.:
the slant top desk that pulled down on a Contracting and Repairs !Fla. An equal opportunity; em' Repaired Refinished
r.i; :.. to "ittillheipht./ : storing, the extras !iF'It Plumbing Fixtures ployer. tt.chjf PUMP & SUPPLY CO. ReupholsteredNEW

like! pigeon holes" for ; necessities Southern Marine Water Heaters MATTRESSES

j a MIIIIT", jar: and !sand bottle (sand was Water Pumps --

\ ;+, ii....it, for )blotting' ink then), were added. I'li.c : Moved To GainesvilleNew DRAGLINE FREE ESTIMATES -
MARY AND Call Collect 328-2144
Marine FOR RENT2 air condition BULLDOZER WORK
BodcocfcFURNITURE ed cottages Klnglesy Lake >
: Call at eight Ph CARTER
DATSUN Matrine Supplies Mlmeo Paper Bond

f and APPLIANCES 1030 E. University Ave. 2>:{D YOU KNOW It's easy to Paper. Notebook Filler -
GAINESVILLE2nd Gainesville own a Longchamp Home? PAINTSNEW Bradford Coptjty Telegraph.

'\ >: ;tt'I.//... /I. ,for I him/ ; / -onrlh, ;in a :>'riVi.l; ) .fifj! Ave 2nd St. S. E. Better built for Florida MyIng.
,. ,.. #'
:: 7 "}, IMitt H.'n> ;' .. "'...":", Gainesville Florida Your plans or ours. Your PH. 284.3593 HAVE IT
"; : ; ;::._ .. .,"; .m i.l"", IP WE ITEMS IF WE DON'T
Y.1'"l""LrJ' DON'T HAVE ITwe'll lot or ours. Contact Buford
1 ,'>J !:' .''I'1'"fIoM' A\f'IY'--\ PENNY FARMS we'll ret It for you. C'fBO
] let It for you Office: Mitchell, phone D64853. P. O.
................................................................oy Supplies. Furniture Equips Box 239 Starke tfcng WALL PAPER tfchff Supplies, Furniture, Equip
ment. Bradford County
S went. Bradford County
Telegraph. INSURANCE Unpainted Furniture Telegraph.You'll .

AUTO FIRE BOAT Wood Graining Kit .-- - -- --- --------------.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.--..-
I WANTED LISTINGS tr...........................
i For Sale Or Trade J On Homes and Acreage. Buyer DOYLE E.CONNERINSURANCE 3

S Waiting. Strout Realty. Reg, AGENCY K-80 Paint Remover .. |

.. S Broker 2117 N. Temple Avt. tell* Houses Washed -

Ph. 964.6609 Starke. Fla.. .. .
Lawn Mowers For Rent .
S I .
a For all yoyr\ Real Estate .
NeedSBuy: Sell Ex Mobile Homes 102 EAST BROWNLEE .. = .

's All Stock owned by me in The Corns : change Advice- Appraisals.on all Real Expert NEW and USED STREET ... d, .S

i Estate. Problems Call 8-10-12' WideGalnesrllle .
BILL POWELL ,: :;, "'r..l ;;' .1(' ..
s S Reg. Real Estate BrokerS amazed .
munity State Bank of Starke Phone 964-6464 Good Quality WANTED Kentucky FrIed .. .

: Starke i Plaza Starke Reasonably Priced eJilc&en.: eaters. Apply 301 ..
Gainesville 378-2785 North. itch the. .
i Florida. tfchg Serviced. Guaranteed and c cS .

j Delivered In Starke Area .. .:

I Brown US 441 N. 4502 NW IJtb Tetanus Toxoid -.t 1S :

Gainesville 37S. 'Jas Sleeping; Sickness S

: Distemper Hepatitis\ ..
BIC PENS. Ball Point Refills. : :
Bradford County Tel. I .

Ii i I no longer care to have any interest olkawagenNew. Vied irraph. FOR RENT12' wide. 2 bedroom : :. ..
POSTED SIGNS: Treated to
S Sale '. Servieo withstand weather 200 each trailer: outside city i BARGAINS YOU FIND IN THE :

t in or transact business S2.25 doz. Special price on larger limits. J. B. White, 9646114.',
any z 1 Ml. )North of n. Man quantities. Bradford County trc111J: : CLASSIFIED ADS! :

with Bank Business Firm GAINESVILLECARL Telegraph tf BARRETT .. ..

I any or WANTED: tried Wrlni r-Wa- S No mailer what you're in th. market for, !

= er. Will pay cash or take la S car or carpet, you'r wise to check The
in which E. Johns i trade on anything.; DAHMER'S. Conditioning : Gainesville Sun Classified ads for off.r .
Agency Charley
BEGGS M 4-7823. tf-ehg and Pump Co. It's fun and its the smart way to sav. I

: Gulf Service WILL BUY: Used Appliances. : tim, effort and money, too. Check NOWI!
I has interest whatever. USED >Furniture TV.,. Stereos any- 130 Court Street SAsk
any S PARTS thing of value PAHMER'8, Phone 964.5832PLUMBING : Mrs. H. D. Williams of 3S31 NW 34th :

Top Prices for Wrecked Cars S Place she had 4 calls th. first day the
AMANA 7-foot chest freezers !
S 24 Hour Wrecker Service that, carry a 5-year warrantyfor S ad ran and she sold her WASHER-DRYER

I Fuel Oil labor. and parts for only Water Conditionersand COMBINATION !
: Used Cars $14998 at DAHMER'S. tfehg Pumps

I : Hwy. Sill N. Waldo 8 Cubic Foot "walnut grain Del- WELL DRILLING : DIAL DIRECT TODAY AND GET :
418-1998 monlco Freezer. like new. Sales and Rentals .
J. R. WAINWRIGHT Holds 210 Ibs. Nearly half price. Repair Department : A FAST ACTION CLASSIFiEr tAD
Z at DAHMER'S Discount Howe.
tfchg 24 Hour Service WORKING FOR YOU.zgtrapt i
P.O. Box 176 -
oiled and adjusted in your WATER FRONT PROPERTYOn
borne $6.98 8 track tapes for sale !
$5.00. Vacuum cleaner Crosby Lake &Crosby Lake I
: repairs also. All work guaranteed. Inlet. Ideal For Mobile Homes toe $3.98 or $3.50with a 'tirade
Starke Florida Dennis E. Cogging. Phone Summer Cottage Or Year- In at DAHMER'S Discount! :
: 481-1428. tfehy Round Living. nouae. tfehg

: EZERASE TYPEWRITES All Lots Ready To Go Clear 4 and 8 Track Stereo Tape I i

PAPER Mlmeo Paper. Bond ed. Graded & Leveled. Payers for cars for sale, only:
: Paper Notebook Fillers. Priced From $995.00. Financing $-ta.95. at DAHMER'S Discount S
Available. Call 964-7701. U
Souse. hI SNi
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