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 19, 1985
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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>.
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.A Football action opens!' for

the 1970 season here tomorrow

CountyRoad night at 8 o'clock

when Bradford's Fighting

Tornadoes take on Baker

Cot1nt .'* Wildcats.It .

Dept. Under could turn out to be a

hotly contested ball game with
the Wildcats expected to be

'ill Improved and stronger! since

Board's Fire"The Baker's consolidation with Kel- t+

J e ler High. Coach David Hurse's 1;

Tornadoes are coming off their
I'':" worst season In 20 years, 3-5-
Road Department is:, !sick," said one official 2 In 1969 and are a sophomoreladen

Monday after the County: Commission finished a lengthy # 1 w I unknown quantity.; tip Y
discussion on the problems and shortcomings of the ,....;..;! ul Tornadoescan
,.,.." Hurse thinks his
15-man crow. win their opener If they

It was noted that the road the commodity; situation will hold mistakes to a minimum
exist. but he's not rating his teama

crew-Spent: 21 man days last month Road Foreman R.E. Jones -- --- favorite over the Wildcats
working on the commodity; pro- told the Board he had all the .- rrf. this season. Macclenny this Hurne Plans For Wildcat I Igood
material to repair the bridge time, Coach Hurse gives the
-Has not repaired a bridgeon "But It's a matter of havingthe definite Impression, will be a as we'd hoped. Probably the most Improvedball
the Leon Conner Road a men to do It." rough opponent "Like I said, our passing player on the Tornadoes
school bus route, that has been "Well now, why haven't we The Wildcats will field two game has !got to Improve tof squad now Is sophomore fullback -
out for a month. got the men? Are they sickor backs as fine as any the Tor- Brad Carter, 190, and
to have the kind of
nadoes will face all season. us football "
-Had only 10 of 15 men work- what? Shuford asked. "strong as a bull.
Ing Monday with three of the "We have so many lame: Both are Keller High trans- team we want Carter is a fine young ath-
10 men working able to per- ducks" Commissioner Bryan fers expected to help Baker The receivers, Tim Mur- lete with much promise, Hurse
stated. He suggested that the Immeasurably. They'll make phey Malachi Henry, Charles
form only limited duty. T
-Used 41 man day of sick board reinstate its former policy _. PO.-___ ._ ,n--- 'V'Kingsley ._-- the Wildcats much faster. Wright Jimmy Alvarez, Kelly says. It looks now as If he'llbe

leave in August and 16 man of requiring doctor's certificates Forsyth Wayne Teston. and sharing fullback duties with
days of vacation.In for sick leave credit Baker Is experienced and Marty; Meng are doing better Dale Johns who needs rest since
an effort to tighten down but got no takers at first. He Firemen Get Truck will have good size, especiallytwo Hurse says. He feels the pass- he'll be counted on heavily at
tackles weighing In at 250
will .
Ing Improve.He
that department the Commis- asked that SICK leave tune usea linebacker.
: In August be gotten from the and 215. Junior Kelly Forsyth 175-

sionVoted to require a doctor's records. Kin s1cy Lake firemen are ready for for any lake blaze and about 75 per BHS will dress out Three 21 slavers start- pointed' out his Tornadoes pound' fullback, has also looked
certificate before sick leaveis "How long! are they gonna for the opener. scored 26 points' in half a game good and did a fine job In the
: action This I960!) Ford the
now. truck with cent of all Kingsley houses' are on ers have been lost before the scrimmage last
granted any employee under ride this good thing? Until we Friday night scrimmage las t Friday, Hurse
put an end to If?" Norman a 680 gallon tank reached them Saturday lake.The first game, the last one a which doesn't speak badly for says. He scored one touchdownand
control of the county; comn s- from the Florida starting: linebacker who left the the offense.
asked. The road foreman Forest Service.! 14 volunteer firemen are still made several long! runs.
slon.Voted to let road crewmem- Jones shook his head positive- The flotation pump held by Lloyd' gathering equipment and setting up a team last week. Junior Joey But Hurse says a number of
Branson 165, will replace him. simple mistakes,inexcusable In Looking much quicker In the
bers off to vote the last hour ly.Jones :IVI.ity: throws!' "an unbelievable' amount communications system, but the truck
of the work day Instead of in said that six of his 15 of water. Chief John in Chief an experienced football team scrimmage, the coach points
men are not physically able to says Bradley, has put them action says The Tornado offense. Coach were made. out was senior halfback Jim-
the mornings as has been the put In a full day of heavy Labor left It assures! the Kingsley firemenof Bradley. The department may be Hurse says, Is working pretty; "It's my Alvarez, 150. Alvarez

practice.-Voted to place men with such as repairing a bridge.At an inexhaustible supply of water reached through Camp handing, good but "does not look as concerned like with last mistakes.year. We're Last scored twice, on a punt return
and a trap the middle and
that point' Commissioner up
Injuries but still off the
slight year simple inexcusable mistakes -
had several other
Shuford noted that "It's the long runs.
Job on workman's compensation !\ killed usclipping, off
after three days as' allowed same old thing. The Road Pe- sides dropped puts, bad Malachi Henry, fine sophomore

by state law.CommIssIoner i Continued Page Four, TerminatesR snaps. backfield prospect, 155 -
Buck Norman City pounds turned In a good scrimmage -
first brought the Road Department "If we can quit making! mIs- at rover back.
under fire pointing out takes we can win on our own

that records showed the crew MeetingSlated merits," the (Head Tornado Big Danny/Jackson. at 220
spent 21 man days working on states flatly.] He predicts his pounds and 6-2 expected to bea
the commodity; program in August young charges will improve stalwart In'the Tornado line-
lie said he is concerned S & H with every game unless they up, looked better Friday night
that the road crew Is work- AgainIn get hit by Injuries.The than he has so far this year.
Ing at other things besides Tornadoes have worked Jackson was "real tough" In
roads noting at the same time hard since Jamboree, Hurse the scrimmage and took advantage -
the bridge on the Leon Conner says. Ills team Is In much of his size the coach
road has been out a month On Road a 3-1 vote Tuesday night came from he and Wiggins to running! on the line for less for the work. Nolan said RS better physical condition.
and that school buses can't use the Starke City Council movedto take issue with the engineers'! than the prices quoted In the & H will no doubt bill the says.The
the road. terminate the contract of recommendation for expansionof recent engineering report of city; for the entire SR-16 engineering ("The boys are better men- Tornado]linebacker corpsis
"I don't suppose there's any- its consulting engineers Rey- the power plant. a smaller capacity engine. Rey- job. tally prepared to practice and Improving and will be better
thing I can do about It, butI nolds. Smith, and Hills of Jack- "The Utility; Committee has nolds, Smith, and Hills never In other action Tuesday night, play football than they were with each game they play,Hurse
wanted to bring it to your SpendingBradford : sonville. met a number of times with brought any such arrangementto the Council: two weeks ago," Hurse says. says.
attention," Norman told the I Recommendation for the action the idea In mind of trying to our attention as a 'turnkey "I feel we'll be ready for Ba-
board. Chairman Zedra Ham- came from the Utility; Com solve our power problem. We job. Nor have they indicated (Continued ..on Page Four) ker. The pass defense held up pret-
ilton said he couldn't understandthe lawmakers will ap- mittee of Councilmen Nell have reviewed the study as that a sizeable savings can ty'good In the scrimmage,
21 days since commoditiesare parently get a chance to have Tucker and One Wiggins and presented by Reynolds, Smith apparently be had. viewed by several hundred
given out only two days. the county's secondary road Power Plant Manager George and Hills and are of the opin- "We, therefore, recommendto spectators. Hurse had praisefor
"Here again," Norman continued fund accounts explained In an Graudons. Tucker and Wigginswere ion their recommendation of a the Council that the con- Council AdoptsDisability Wayne Teston, a sophomorewho
"The road department is October 5 meeting here with joined by Councilman Jim low yield unit Is not In the best tract of Reynolds, Smith and has stepped Into a start-
the whipping boy for another Department of Transportation' Bowen In voting dismissalof Interests of the City; of Starke." Hills be terminated In accord- Ing post In place of the Injured -
officials. my with the terms of the Gray Flynn. Veteran Tim
project. Time spent on the
R, S, & H with Councilman '
commodity; program far exceeds The County; Commission has P.T. Nolan "We have checked with other contract." Pay Murphey also turned in on6of
voting against.It .
the $2,000 budgeted for been unable for some time to cities who have recently pur- "It Is not the Intention of this his better performances.
it, he said. understand where and why the Is the second time In 10 chased equipment andhave been committee to recommend that
The commodity is county's secondary road funds months the Council has movedto advised the best way to pro- the City; of Starke be without Charles Wright, 160-11, has
; program
supposed' to be phased out at have been allocated. The annual terminate R, S, & H. Last cure generating equipment is engineers, and at the proper Benefit PolicyWhat been performing well at tight
the end of this year In favorof road board hearing In Lake November the Council led by on a 'turnkey basis. This time we will contact other engineering end. Wright has improved In
the food stamp program, City; last March did little, if Tucker moved to change engineers means the manufacturer bids firms and will sub- the past two weeks, the coach
Commissioner Dave Shuford anything toward clearing the but Bowen backed out the job Installed and the equip- mit to the Council a recom- says.
A disability; pay policy whereby moved the Council to
before a new firm was hired. the line.
matter up for board members.A ment running on mendation.
said when Commissioner
Ralph a city; employee can draw deliberate at such length was
Tucker again Tuesday made
DOT official, however "We also will have financing! Both Randy 155-10
Bryan asked how much longer Commission Chairman the move, this time with Wig "WA have orocured estimates to recommend at 75 per cent of his salary up to the plight of a city; policeman and Farelon McClellon ,
proposals' a
phoned 155-11
"'''",'"..''.'.'...,............,.oYo''N..............."''''.;.0;.,............._......."."".".........,...........:.... Zedra Hamilton last Friday offering gins' backing. Last November from several engine manufac- later date.Gordon 10 months work after approved he is forced by the to presently disabled. The officer have improved their, defen-,
was In six
stop has not worked
Wiggins opposed' Tucker. turers on the 'turnkey basis' over
I' to set meeting. The Priday electrical sive end
up a engineer play.It .
r" Tucker made the Tuesday and have found the City of Starke Council after a lengthly months but has been carriedat
move ; .
: Monday, Oct. 5, date at 5:30: for R, S & H, has
tJbe using a Utility Committee Starke can purchase a much discussion Tuesday night. full pay. He has nine years
p.m. was agreed upon. recommended a $650,000 expansIon has been a week of hard
The county; had written the recommendation which larger engine, Installed and and a 2,000 KW engine The policy Is a first for the service with the cltv police work for the offensive guards.
=- but that service bro-
; 01)1G.tie\ DOT the week of July 6 requesting The Council has been City; of Starke.An ken force and the man drew hIs was Gene Harris senior letterman
the department to senda considering a larger unit per- employee will be eligiblefor money Is the number one strong! guard.
retirement fund
from the
II representative to Bradford haps 3,000 KW, which would a month's disability; pay for and police It when he Gary Melvin, 160-10; David Mc-
0I County; to meet with the com- State Closing give 50 per cent more power each year of service up to 10 went never back the force. Cutchen, 165-10, and Dennis
I w missioners on the status of for about $850,000, about 30 years with the city and the on Crawford 150-10, are battling
1 I II r the county's primary and sec- per cent more cost. service does not have to be continuous He could not be reinstated In for the weak side guard spot.
fr ondary road funds. Copies of under the policy sug- the police retirement system
.I :>:: the county; request went also Council members have also gested by Councilman Nell nor could he retire under the Hurse Is counting heavily on
' I }: to Rep. Eugene Shaw and Sen. HamptonD Investigated the City; of St.Cloud Tucker and unani city's; general plan because he his defensive tackles for a good
1 : Bob Saundem. which they say contracted a mously.] had less than the required 10 Job against Baker County; tomorrow
i On July 13 Sen.Saunders wrote power plant Installation ee ee would also be due his accumulated years service night. With big Dan

j. h.: DOT requesting that DOT senda County Sanitarian Jack Tra- Williams resident to turnkey basis, ]letting the sick leave up to 60 pushed for "some definite pol- Jackson at a linebacker post'
representative to Bradford ; Hampton gine firm complete the job. days and any vacation time at But the defensive tackles will be
for all
wick said Wednesday that the the State of Health.An icy employees.
j > County. This would eliminate consult- full pay. Gene Harris Brad Carter, and
r Country Music ; Hampton garbage dump will be Investigation was made on he also asked how each sug-
, On July 17, DOT ComptrollerJ. ing engineering expenses, one Tucker hedged at adopting Len Register.
: :.. gestion would affect the
, s Sh closed this week on recommendation August 27 by S.E. Shields of Tues- pre-
out the recommendations of
ow. Wade Noda wrote Sen. Saun- councilman pointed a spec-
r of State Departmentof the Division of Jacksonville sent employee's situation.
.. Health ial committee which he claimed Senior quarterback Dean
$ ders that Clerk Inman Green had day night.
:%:: BITS Auditorium k already been notified that a Health officials. who reported .that The city; Is already a year were unfair, then held out until Council three Jimmy months Bowen full disability sug- Johns will lead the Tornadoes
I meeting would be arranged! In The Hampton City; Council landfill operations at the Hampton behind R, S & H's recommendation the council finally agreed to gested additional- against the Wildcats. His confidence -
::::3 Monday, Sept. 21 :::: Starke. That meeting was not at Its meeting Monday night dump did not meet sanitary In making an enlargement his far more liberal suggest- ; pay, has shown a marked
months at half sick
::: I made arrangements to have regulations; that there Is an the The pay, plus Improvement In the past two
: 7:30 ,P. M.Sponsored arranged until last Friday when to power plant here. leave accumulative 120
:::; .. :.:: Chairman Hamilton receivedhis garbage hauled to the sanitary open pit containing a mixtureof plant has been operating near ions.The committee recommendation up days. weeks, Coach Hurse says.
i By r phone call.Meanwhile land fill west of Keystone water and garbage; and that Its firm capacity for several discarded by the Council But he drew no support Johns' passing has also improved -
Tucker the mattergo
i r.: Cystic Fibrosis c DOT Director of Heights, off SR-100. the site Is not suitable for months and Is expected to exceed would have given 30 days disability back to suggested a different although It still has a
i Research Foundation : Administration Pat Dodson, At the same time, Council sanitary bndflll operations that In the near future. ; pay at full pay plus accumulated mittee for com-but long way to go. Hurse terms
more study,
it r wrote on July 24 reprimandingthe voted to charge an additional "unless a system of diking Firm capacity; means if the sick leave for over his senior QB capable hard
j Fund Drive :: trenches, and pumping Is em- Mayor Carl Hurst in his only working, experienced and "I
; $1.50 month householdfor
county commission for Its per largest engine, the new 1,350 one year of service through ,
statement of the night urged '
AAdmission $1 I attack on the DOT. The com- collecting garbage once a ployed. Shields recommended KW Worthington would go down five years. From 5 to 10 years the council to make beginning.The think he'll do a good job,
r mission did not reply to Dod- week. Including tree limbs extra that the site be closed Im- the plant would be unable to the recommendation was for also asked that a Johns will also play a defensIve -

:: 60 Nice Prizes son's letter. The matter was trash, etc. once a month.It mediately.An madeof meet power demands. 60 days disability; pay plus sick way be mayor found to take care of the backfield post' If needed.
& dropped until the DOT official was also voted to pay the Inspection was leave, and over 10 years service -
To Be Given disabled until he
Away phoned Hamilton. collector $150 per month for the site by a representative Under the contract with R.S 90 days disability; pay policemen can Another sophomore Hurse
:,: Bradford commissioners sta- pick-up and hauling to the new of the Air and Water Pollution & H, either the engineeringor sick leave. The committee also] retire."I cited this week for aggressiveplay
; lit ; location, more than double the Control Board who was the city; can terminate with hate to see one person! be is Bob Dyal, a defensive
eeamuatt ted Monday they were pleasedthat recommended that only con-
;:;: fS some explanation of road present cost of $15 per week critical of the operation because 30 days notice.Councilman tinuous and immediate servicebe guard. Dyal has made It roughon
) when it
started and suffer
fund spending will be given for this service. The City; will of possible water pollution : p.T, Nolan was counted toward disability plan '* the varsity; and shown much
bags at caused by overflow concerned Tuesday night about goes Into effect, Mayor Hurst improvement in the past two
buy plastic garbage
nh them. The Commission has repeatedly benefits.
!4! I J stated it does not un- wholesale, and retail them to through a small swamp Intoa completion of utility; projectson The committee recommendation said but to be he pushed for some weeks, the coach says.

M.,. Iwd derstand how it has gotten Into householders, requlrejng gar- creek running Into Santa Fe S -16 now under construction. was more liberal than any policy When Chairman adopted.McRae said
the position of showing a bage to be placed In the bagsto River. He said If another engineering of the five cities the ommlt- Marty; Meng, Mike Branson
'9" Itp he the matter backto
....... D.paoie 'no.c. deficit In secondary spendingon be picked up. Shields added that "The land- arm Is called In for tee studied, Councilman &*.T. was sending and Larry Hicks have also
It eared
committee since
'-- ..___ i which DOT keeps the re- Action against the dump was that job, the city; will end up NoUn, a member of the com- ar shown much Improvement since
:::: :::: i. cords. Initiated on a complaint by R.J. Continued;! on Pare Four) Daylng two engineering firms mittee, pointed out. (Continued on Fag' K cur) the jamboree, the coach says.


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,desulit hM Candy Stripes St. Mark's Women Kingsley Volunteer Hospital AuxiliaryTo DOUGLAS AT CAMP FAMILY 0-LENO REUNIONAT

Plan Car WashThe Plan Flea MarketIn Auxiliary NoticeThe Meet MondayThe Douglass) family will

November annual family reunionon
Candy Stripers will have : Klnpsley Lake Volunteer Bradford County, Hospital hold Sept. 20, In the recreation
a car wash Saturday, Sept. 19, The Women of St Mark'sEpiscopal Fire Department Auxiliary will Auxiliary will meet Monday, hall at Camp O'Leno ;
at Hurst Shell station starting Church will;'have.,a. 'meet Monday, Sept 21,at 7:30p.m. Sept. 21, at 7:30 p.m. In the State Park near High Springs.
at 9:30 a.m. "Flea Market" In NovemberIt the voting >precinct> Methodist Fellowship Hall. All family members and friends
1'F At their last meeting It was was announced at their meet- .at are Invited to attend and bringa
: a proposed the club make a charter ing Monday night at the home The group will vote on the constitution LavenderColemanEngagement picnic lunch. Registration
to enlighten the patients of Mrs. O.L. Baasley and Mrs. and by-laws and all starts at 10a.m.--JessleGlea-
Gladys Mooty: Phon.984.7808Society In the hospital and new mem- J.W. KIncaid. ladles In the Kingsley Lake area Told son, Lake City.
bers of the duties of the Candy Mrs. Clyde B. Terwillegar are urged to attend.
Editor Stripers. Plans for a beach Jr. presided over the meeting Mr. and Mrs. James F. La-
( it 'I party on Oct. 3 at either Day- vender of Lake Butler announcethe
y-+. tona Beach or Anastasia Park and requested members Instant Mr and Mrs. Pat Henry have engagement approaching .A

Ri1"M4 '1t'J.. Jc were discussed. The club will gathering treasures and"white knick-knacks elephants"for, moved Into their new trailer on marriage of their daughter,
*' also have two road blocks for Lafeyette street. Debra, to Knute Coleman, son
/ the sale and she would be .gladto
the Cystic FIbrosis Fund. of Mr. and Mrs. Ned C. Cole-
Jo Ann Salter Lynn Broome Are WedIn raised pick will them go up.Into the money Rec- Glover, Mrs. Harry Hatcher Sr. man of Starke.
1 The wedding will take place
Hampton Baptist Church CeremonyIn .. Duplicate Bridge ment tor's Fund Discretionary for church Improve-proper- and A Mrs."SIng-a-long"Terwillegar.and cov- Nov. 28 at 7 p.m. In the Kings- Bradford County Hospital births announces .
ley Lake Baptist Church with a the following :
ered dish Is planned
Club ResultsMrs. ties. Mn. Edward Wainwright supper
a candlelight ceremony at Out-of-town guests Included and Mrs. John Glover will assist for the near future with the reception In the church annex. Mr. and Mrs. Edward David
Hamptbn Baptist Church Friday Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mauldin of ,. with the project. date being announced later. All friends and relatives are Carter Lake Butler, a daugh-

evening, Sept. 4, Joann Salter Lake City, a cousin the bride, .... Mary Cook and Mrs. Mrs. James Blackshear gave Mrs. Paul Canova and Mrs. invited to attend. ter Sept. 14. J. An-
became the bride of Lyn and Mr. and Mrs. Julia Cole, Hilda Dey were the winning the devotional. Mrs. George George Miller have the altar Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Broome, son of Mr. and Mrs. great-nephew of Mr. Salter's couple at Duplicate Bridge Winkler Mrs. William Career duty, for September and Mrs. Adamsand drews, Lake Butler, a son,
James Broome of Gainesville. from Daytona Beach; Mr. and Linda Oglesby Tuesday night where there Mrs. Herbert Thomas and Mrs Martha Moore and Mrs. Winkler Dr. and Mrs. H.H. weekIn ,Sept. 14.
The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Morris Broome, Marcia were five tables In play. Kenneth Grider read "What's for October. son, Bill, spent the past attendedthe Mr. and Mrs. M.C. Wells
Verdo Salter of Hampton, she and Marlene, and Mr. and Mrs. Weds Mr. PfennigerMiss Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wainwright Going on Around the Diocese"and Mrs. Jack Flynn Invited the Ireland where they Seminar and visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles
In marriage by her Marshall Broome of St. Petersburg to meet In the Rectoryfor Irish Medical
was given were second; Mrs. Marie also St. Mark's Newslet- group Tournament. Parker in Cocoa over the week-
father. Rev. Melvin Hamel and Also present were the Linda Oglesby and David Dent and John Mussollne the October meeting. Medal Play Golf end.
Rev. Jimmy Hinkle of Vero bridegroom's grandparents, Edward Pfenniger were unitedIn were third; and Mrs. Beth ter.Father Jack Flynn announcedthat
Beach officiated at the double- Mr. and Mrs. Broome of Or- marriage Saturday, Sept 5 Rhodes and Curtis Sanders were an Inquirer's Class for adults -
ring ceremony.The lando; Mr. and Mrs. Francis at 4 p.m. In the home of Mr. fourth. and older young people ,
bride wore a lace gown Arnold of Vero Beach, and Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Chasteen on Lake The club meets every Tues- will begin Wednesday Sept. 16, \ SAVE AT
In a fitted princess style with and Mrs. Cecil Welppert. Geneva. day night at 7:30: p.m. In the In the Parish
mandarin neckline apd long fit- The new Mrs. Broome Is a The bride Is the daughter of Pratt Street Recreation Cen- Nome OAnyyoone who would like 1
ted sleeves. A front panel of 1970 graduate of BUS and has Mr. and Mrs. Ted Oglesby of ter and Is open to all bridge to know more about the Episcopal \
satin matched the satin train, been employed In Gainesville. Starke. The bridegroom Is the players. Church Is cordially Invited.
and her pearl cornet held her Mr. Broome is a graduate of son of Mr. Carl E. Pfenniger whether or not confirmation Is :
veil of tulle. She carried a cas- Vero Beach High School, and and the late Mrs. Pfenniger of the object. There Is no obligation \ STORES iiDEPARTMENi
cade bouquet of shaded pink served with the U.S. Marines. Fort Lauderdale. Morrisons To of any kind. Doctrines

mums, centered with a clus- The couple will reside in Given In marriage by her Celebrate 50thAnniversary customs, sacraments, seasons
ter corsage of white rosebuds; Brooksvllle, where the bride- father, the bride wore an em- of the church year, altar and
the pink echoing the pale pink groom Is employed by Sou- pire style street length dress priests vestments will be dis-
candles and pink Fuji mums thern Bell Telephone Co. with bodice of pink lace and cussed. The meetings will be
In the baskets decorating the skirt of pink satin. approximately two hours each
front of the church. Two pairsof New Members Miss Nancy Herman of Hol- Mr. and Mrs. Archie Morrison week for 10 or 12 weeks.
graduated candelabra were lywood served as maid of honor, of Sopchoppy: will celebrate Father Flynn also announceda 1
on either side of a tree can- Installed By and best man was the father of their golden wedding anniversary church school class led by
delabra behind the altar and
the rector each Sunday morn-
the groom.A Sept. 27 from 2:30: to
greens with tiny pink roses, Little WomenThe held in the 9:45. Pick a
reception was 4:30: p.m. at an Informal reception coffee Ian take
and baskets of gladioli and home of the bride's grand- at their home givenby on the way and
mums were the setting for the Mrs. R.W. Rivers at It to class with Learning 7PC. NCOOKWARE
Little Women's Club met mother, their four children, Mrs. you.
ceremony. Monday night,at the Club House, Keystone Heights. John D. Johns, Starke Mrs. together about the most wonderful -
Miss Sandee Youngblood and with a covered dish supper, The couple Is residing In C.W. McDonald Jr., Milton! thing that ever happenedto
Miss Carolyn Kerman were attendants honoring and installing their Fort Lauderdale. Mrs. Calvin Crowson, Tallahassee mankind- good news of
for the bride, gowned new members.The and Archie Graham God given through our Lord
alike In deep pink dresses with and Savior, will be the 011-
head table was overlaid Morrison of Crawfordvllle.
mandarin necklines. White Insertion Mr. and Mrs. Felix Sapp and
with a white cloth, and an arrangement visi- All friends and relatives are jective. 84
with a deeper pink rib- L.L. Conner have had as
of flowers Invited to attend. A t the request of the rec-
permanent -
bon trimmed the Empire waist- was the centerpiece. The tors Mr. and Mrs. K.D. Con- tor, a telephone committee was $14.95 $1 0
lines of their dresses and out- of Bushnell on Sunday and
other tables were set similar. ner Rev. R.J. Gomes of Wins too- appointed to expedite church value
lined Inverted back and Mrs. W.C. Conner of '-
pleats. Mr.
The business meeting was Salem N.C. Is visiting Mr. and business with Mrs. Blackshear
Large pink head bows held conducted by Miss Robyn War- Jacksonville on Monday. Mrs. Barney McRae this week. chairman, assisted by Mrs.
shoulderlength veils In place,
ren, president, who Introducedthe
and they carried bou- '
executive board Misses -
quets of shaded pink : -
mums. 1 Avocado
Haas vice
Yvette Broome, niece of the ;
June Hardy, recording secre- ."

and bridegroom those her gown worn, was was by the flower a miniatureof other girl at, poinding tary; Denise secretary Winkler; ,Kitty corres-Ha- ,k- _=- ",t-riTHURFRISAT p i.t Harvest GoldAdd

tendants. Darrell Youngbloodwas zen, treasurer.
ring bearer. Installation of the new mem- color to your kitchen with
J. G. Broome served as best bers was conducted by Mrs. this Teflon coated aluminumset.
man for his brother, and Roy John Sanders, president of the Get1 1 & 2 qt. covered sauce
Morgan, cousin of the onae- Woman's Club. Each new member pans; 10" skillet; 5 qt. dutch
groom, as groomsman. Ushers was presented with a white oven and cover that fits both.4SNEWIIUST .
Carlee carnation which she was require -
were Broome, brotherof
the bridegroom, and Danny d to wear to school. The Juiuw are just a few of the specials
Williams his cousin. following girls were Installedas r I've picked to bring you big savings ARRIVED!
Williams new members: Misses Vicki this weekend. Come in and say hello
Emily a cousin of
the bridegroom keptthebrlde'sbook. Barksdale, Carol Bloodworth, 1'd be most happy to greet you.,
Connie Chasteen, Gayle /
The vocalist was Edward
Saxon, and Miss Debbi Hicks Hatcher, Anne Hayes, Rebecca Wesley Stoeffler
played the wedding music. Jackson, Cindy Mitchell, Deb- DINNERWARE SET
bie Spengler, Kay and Vicki f"J1.BRAS ,.

mony Immediately, a reception after was the held cere-at Turner Plans, and for Barbara the coming Vallnski.year \, "t"f f 100% NYLONPANTY rintkicr 84

the church. On the refreshmenttable and money making projectswere $1 10 1
the bride's cake outlined the :1 HOSE
was by president. our reg. $1.59 :
$14.95 value
topped with miniature bride and Special guests were the mo- I
groom and wedding bells underan thers of the members.The .
arch, frosted in white with executive board were Complete service for 8 includes dinners
three tiers separated by pil- hostesses for the dinner and 99 fi; for$2I plates
3 ; cups; saucers, bread & butter;
lars. Pale pink flowers trimmed the sponsors are Mrs.J.D. _
both the bride's cake and sheet Warren and Mrs. W.S. Haas. pro l. soup/cereal sugar & cream; chop platter;
_. and
I serving dish. Several
----- -- i patterns
cakes, and the lace tableclothswere
lined with pink. Mrs. J.C. Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Lawson repeat of a sellout! Dacron Our popular Brevoni Brand
Broome, and Mrs. Clara Maul- were In Tallahassee over the polyester & cotton at a terrific saving* Sheer
din of Lake City, a cousin of weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. styled and made like much seamless won't bag. giro. SUPER SIZE
higher priced bras. Padded Choose it In sizes stretch
Charles Lawson. They were
the bride, served cake to the
guests, and Mrs.Lawton Young- joined by Mr. and of Mrs.Panama Bill cups.& unpadded.A-B-C cups Embroidered 3240. 1ti ... size 1 i DELUXE HEAVY DUTY
blood and Mrs. Frank Williams Morar and family
served punch. City; 0\\
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vote and support I received in the first ., $400 U.8I $3'P STORAGECHEST

primary on September 5, 1970. My whole v STEAM &
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LJ'f = J J JSen. f' Crosby Cemetery

4 3/au Know f Deeded To GroupTitle HIGHER PRICES 1?'71

to the Crosby Lake Cemetery Interest In the cemetery, and
has been transferred by Mr. Schmitt Is handling these

and DeWitt C. Jones, the owner, transactions as an accommodation
Mrs. Charley <
were In Old Town on Monday Johns to the newly formed non-profit to the Association. NO MORE 5 ** Off 50 oDo
Association Besides maintaining the cem-
visiting Mr. and Crosby Lake Cemetery -
Mrs. Joe : ,
Anderson. Inc., It was announcedthis etery, the Association hopes
week. Deed to the ceme- that funds will soon permit additional -

Attending the Florida-Duke !; : r ',, : tt. '" : '11- tery was given by Mr. Jonesat Improvements such as WARRANT'''
the posting of the cemetery
football game Saturday f. j no cost to the Association.
night ;
were Mr. and Mrs. ': r\', <, Incorporators of the Association name at the entrance, provid- ,
Carl L.
ing a well and to make
are three local churches pump
Johns, Mr. and Mrs. Lamar 't Ii i .- I, 'r I\$ }' 1" who received title to the property water available, and opening
Shaw, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Shaw, I. ,, .
1 1qq '" \ up a new section for the sale
In order to provide con
Dale Johns, Miss Trish Myers < 4 :.4. ,'''h ;
.. of lots.
Ricky Johns tinuing care, maintenance, and
; and Miss
Ellen Wager.Mr. "", 'I'' possible beautification for the At its meeting Monday night
11 area. E.L. Matthews was named the Association decided to use
and Mrs. M.W. president of the Association, the name Crosby Lake Memorial I/
of Valdosta Furlong I i: L.O. Hazen, vice president;and Park In the future com-
Ga. and Mr. and
bining all sections of the
A.J. Thomas, Sr., secretary- cem-
Mrs. JamesE.Hazen of Gainesville Pfc( OH YES
and families spent Sunday- treasurer. etery, new and old, under one mgrs A Hrlc..r

with their .... Proceeds from the sale of name.
parents,Mr.and Mrs.
V.V. Hazen. ,) .;. lots will be deposited In a Contributions from those who
iN2'? ry. wish to the mainten-
fund for upkeep of the ceme- eHGV/J.Gr
Tom .. tery. Heretofore, maintenance ance fund may be mailed to fur 13/1J.DW/
of Miami Is visitIng : A.J. Thomas, Sr., Starke, Fla.
Don lr' bas been largely left up to
Hardy this week. ,
; i individual lot owners with the
: iJ:1: fir tj'I result that some areas of the S r

of Dr.Lake Barney City; were McRae Sunday and visitors sons- t l cemetery have been long neg- Services Friday H/IS A W /fl70 i.s Fr
lected. No additional charge
of his parents, Mr. and For Corbett Crews'At
will be made for annual care
Mrs. McRae Sr. of lots, but the Association Mount Zion

Mrs. Ella Moody returned 4't'J" '\ from plans all to interested solicit contributions persons and WI TN 'v4 S'YR 11111) 5 (JOmlJ.e

Saturday from .months. visit I 1 establish a trust fund. It Is Funeral services for Cor-

with her son and daughterinlaw hoped that eventually the Interest bett Crews, 75, who died Tuesday -
Mr. and Mrs. Charles from this fund will be In a Lake City hospital Wi4RRAN7dcr
,.. \ after an extended illness, will
Boyer In Palisades Park, N.J. sufficient to provide continua
care for the cemetery. be held at. 11:30: a.m. FridayIn
Mr. and Mrs. Brian Hamil- I a aI New state laws controlling the the fount': Zion Swift Creek
ton spent the weekend with Mr. :> operation of cemeteries and Church in, Union: County with
and Mrs. William H. Thom- lj '.' memorial parks make It difficult Bro. Johnnie Yarborough offi 5'orns
son In Monticello. A ,:.. '.: for individual operatorsto ciating. Interment will follow WJlIJ.E rNE S7bCI<

P""r I ... ..-.. :-.. comply with all conditions. In the church cemetery under
c. direction of Brannon Funeral
Terri Smith celebrated her Churches are given more lee-
13th birthday Saturday by attending way In the operation of cemeteries Home, Lake Butler. IS GOOD. 4so LOOA',97
the Florida-Duke foot Linda Thomas Weds In JacksonvilleMiss however, and It was Mr. Crews was a lifelong resIdent STILL )
ball game with her parents, for this reason that the local of the Baker County area
Mr. and Mrs. X.M. Smith. churches agreed to accept title and Is survived by two daugh-
Sue Thomas of
Jacksonville who
ters five and five sisters
sons OK
to the cemetery property; -rN USED CARS
Jerome Johns Is in Orlando, reigned as Strawberry Queen in 1969, made a beau- and be responsible for Its Including Mrs. Elizabeth se
Miami and Tampa on business tiful bride when she recently wed Harman John Larson operation.The Crews of Starke.

Monday to Friday. of Winter Haven in the Hendricks Avenue three churches that are

Baptist Church Jacksonville. She is the daughter of the original Incorporates are: Mrs. Truba Wynn
Mr. and Mrs. P.B. Masseyof Lieut. Commander and Mrs Arthur C. Thomas of First United Methodist First 1967
Columbus, Ga. were week- Jacksonville.Miss Baptist; and Madison Street Services HeldAt 1967: - -
end guests of Sen. and Mrs. Baptist, all of Starke.The cem-
Charley Johns and all attendedthe - - -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- .-. .-. etery will continue to be open Jones ChapelMrs. Chevelle 396 Cpe. Chevy ImpalaONE
Florida-Duke football game to all denominations, as In the
Saturday night. Jayne Hardy left Thurs- Mr. and Mrs. Don Ray Til- past. Truba Johns Wynn, 73, OWNER 2 Door HT Coupe, Load
day for five months Interningat ley of Jacksonville were visIting For the present transactionsfor widow of Carl C. Wynn, died ed,, One Owner.
Leonard F. Smith Jr. and the Lake City Elementary their parents, Mr. and lots In the cemetery will Tuesday morning at her home
his son, Larry, spent the week- School in Forest Park, Ga., Mrs. J.G. Jackson and Mr. be handled with Charles M. following a sudden illness. Her $1895
end with his parents Mr. and near Atlanta. and Mrs. Robbie Shaller, Sun- Schmitt of Jones Funeral death came only four days after 1695
Mrs. L.F. Smith, Sr.Larry will \lay afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Home, who Is familiar with the that of her husband who
continue his attendance at the Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green llley will move to Miami In layout and operation of the cemetery died last Friday. 1966 1968 -
'o weeks. The Funeral Home how- Mrs. born in Brad- 1964
Troy State University, Troy, flew their grandchildren, Bobby Wynn was -
Alabama as a Junior in the Chin and Michele Gene- ever, has no further financial ford County on Oct. SI, 1896 Olds Delta
classes of Business Administration reux, back to their home in Mrs. Rudolph Crawford returned and was a lifelong resident. Pontiac Catalina Buick Wagon 4 Door PS, PH. Air
and Accounting, this Springfield Mass. last week last Thursday from a Mrs. Mark Hamilton and She was a member of the Starke
fall. after a months visit. Enroute week's visit with her mother, daughter, Janice, of Tampa First Christian Church. 4 Door, Very Clean Condition. Two Tone
home they stopped off in Atlanta Mrs. K.G. Duncan, and Mr. spent the weekend with her pa- Surviving are three stepsons Air Condition. PS, I'll, Paint.'
Miss Sandra Muggins is in to attend the graduationof and Mrs. K.T. Duncan in WestPoint rents, Mr. and Mrs. N.B. Rosier Wlllard Wynn, Starke; J.C. and Clean.
Jacksonville this week visitingher their son-in-law, Eddie (;B. at the State Farm and Alvin Wynn, both of Jacksonville 1395 $2195
brother-in-law and sister, Douglas from Georgia Tech. Mr. and Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton ; three sisters Mrs. Ruby $895
Mr. and Mrs. Dewayne McRae. Also attending the graduator Mr. and Mrs. Bill Collins while Mark Hamilton was Thomas Lake Wales; Mrs.
was Eddie's parents, Mr. anc and daughter of Jenkinsburg at Camp Blanding with the National Rose Johns Jacksonville; and
Miss Anne Terwillegar was a Mrs. Howard Douglas rookere Ga. are visiting her parents Guard. Mrs. Fronle Moody, Lake Butler 1968 1965 1967---
guest of the William Simmons *" Mr.' and Mrs. H.W. Townsend ; 14 grandchildren and three -
family In New Orleans La. and and family this week.The Town- Mr. and Mrs. Leo Champion greatgrandchildren.Funeral Chevy. Impala GTO .
Natchez Miss. from Thursdayto sends also had as visitor last celebrated their 50th wedding services were held Plymouth Wagon

Monday. Rev. and Mrs. David Hodges Thursday, Gerald Rooney of anniversary Sunday at a family at 2 p.m. Thursday in Jones Solid Yellow 2 Door, Solid nine. Air Condi-
Sinclair and Rev. and Mrs E.V. Luke Massena N.Y. buffet dinner at the home of Memorial Chapel with J.C. Hard Top. Air Condition lion -1 Speed.
Miss Evelyn returned were in Cleveland Ga. last their son-in-law and daughter, Brown minister of the First
I to Mercer University, Thursday and f'r1dayattending Pvt. E-2 and Mrs. E. Maxie Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Nelsonin Christian Church, officiating.
Macon, Ga. on Wednesday. Norton Jr. of Columbia S.C. $1895 $995 $1895
the general conference of the Keystone Heights. Also celebrating Interment was (in Den Sapp
Congregational Holiness Chur- were recent visitors of her the occasion was Miss Cemetery under direction of
Mr. and Mrs. F.W. Strick- ches. parents Mr. and Mrs. MackS. Paula Champion, daughter of Jones Funeral Home.Afowes.
land visited Mr. and Mrs. N. Futch in Gainesville. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Don Champion 1968 1966 1967---
P. Riccardi and family In Miami and Norton is the former Linda on her 16th birthday.Mr. .
Mr. Mrs. Larry Craw-
several days last week. Futch. Pvt. Norton of ....
Kings- I... Chevy Wagon
ford spent last week In the Plymouth Fury Chevy Wagon
ley Lake is stationed with the
and Mrs. Nate Dyal; were
Mr. and Mrs.W.W. Hood were Smoky; Mountains. Enroute
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert home they visited Mr. and National Guard In Columbia. visiting Mr. and Mrs. David 4 Door, II. T., PS, m, 6 Cyl.. PS, Auto Trms.: !' PS. PH. V-8 Engine.

Thornton at Reddington Beach Mrs. Leonard Dagger In Augusta Mr. and Mrs. John Murrayand weekend.Mr.Dyal In. Fort Myers over the "The Cockeyed Cowboys of Air Condition. One Owner. One Owner
Ga. Calico rated "G"
last week. Mrs. Jane Alsklns Ridge- County", ,
Fri. and Sat. at the 301
Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Caldwell Mrs. Kathleen Goethe of crest Calif were last Thurs- and Mrs. L.M. Stonerof plays Drive In Theatre. $1995 $1095 $1895
day of Mr. and Mrs. weekend
returned last Wednesday aftera East Palatka was visiting Mr. Ocala were guestsof Dan "Moss"! Blocker starsas
week's vacation at whittier, and Mrs. Herbert Thomas last Leo Champion. Mr. and Mrs. George W. the town blacksmith who
week. Brown. sends for mall order bride. 1970 1964--- 1966
a - -
Mr. and Mrs. J.L. Bradleyof
N.C.Mr. This Is the story of the black-
and Mrs. Eddie Douglasof Kings ley Lake have had as Mrs. Dan Whitehurst and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. lion Harden- smith who fears the redlcule
Chevy Wagon
with her visitors their daughter, Mrs. FORD YZ RAMBLERTon
Atlanta are staying brook and sons visited his mother Monty Whltehurst of Williston of the townspeople when his
Mr. and Mrs. Robert M.L. Waters and her daughter the weekend with Mr. and
parents Mrs. Essie llardenbrook, spent mall-order bride does not arrive -
Pick-up Air Condition.! Power
Green. Mr. Douglas leaves Sept. in Jacksonville on Sunday of Jacksonville, and Mrs. Mrs. Marc Jackson and Mr. on schedule, and (the fanciful 4 Door CIi;i o!sU'. Air
with the Linda Waters of Lawtey on Air Condition Steering One Owner.
29 for basic training and Mrs. Lowman Weaver, who imaginative lengths to Condition.
National Guard. Saturday and Mr. and Mrs. are vacationing at the Jackson
Mrs. .James McNeely! and which his friends go to pre-
Mr. and Mrs.Joe Bakken were daughter of Lake City spent the J.M. Warren of Jacksonvlllt<< cottage on Spring Lake. vent him from being hurt. $2895 895 $1295
on Sunday.
Saturday supper guests of Mr. first of the week with her par- Elvis l'resloy and Nancy Sina-
and Mrs. Mck Crosby In ents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Miss Martha Hoi linger of Mo- tra star In "Speedway" Dlav-
Gainesville. Thomas. bile. Ala and Mill Breland of Ing on the double bill with 1968 1963
- 1968---
llattiesburg. Miss, spent the "The Cockeyed Cowboys of
- -- - --------- - weekend with her parents. Dr. Calico County." MUSTANG
and Mrs. II.' (;. Holllnger. As a backdrop for the fast- Chevy II Wagon Olds Tornado
2 Door hard Top
moving and laugh-spiced: storyIs
Mr. and Mrs. John Greene; the excitement of stock cars V-J Speed Trnnn.CT.KAN (fiCyl.Standal i I \ .af Clean & Power.. One
and visited
son her parents,
racing with aulhcnlc scenes. -
iIir Mr. and Mrs. II.!.. Chancey, Duo to his philanthropies and owner.

In MonUcello over the weekend to Uio, fact that Klvls': manager $1895 $495
has boon losing Uio racing $2695
champ's winnings by belting
'Dlt: Hobby Wiggins| | of Norfolk on the horses Klvln: finds
OErMTTMCffT STORES Va. and Lone; Wiggins himself spectaculary In arrears -
of l''Imcto, <;a.. wore homo on his Income tax paymenU. -
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mile' to the east of the pre-
Dump sent city limits for the Hamp- Engineers Road Fire .
Disability.! FJSHERME
ton water and sewage disposal BUSH'SGULF :

Continued from Pate One) project to submit now In oapworked for up Continued from Page One) Continued from Page One) ,.
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fill fa not In bad condition a Federal grant. Engineers -Placed George Graudon in partment has too many men STATIONAND
charge of the entire electrical
of working on the plan have said not able to work." He said at .S
could system Bob Patterson in no decision would be made.
ran since aei4lannedat the present dump acreage least a dozen persons have approached -
possibly be used for settling charge of the Gas Department, him since he's beenon Tucker finally came forth with X
fact that money and equipment and S.R. Hicks In charge of the month for
ponds and pumping station for the board asking for a Job his motion of one pay
amiable for only twice TACKLE STORE
are weekly coverage." He recom- the sewage disposal plant. Street, Sewer. Water and Gar- on the road department because each year of service up to 10
bage Departments The appointments
mended however that the Oil In other action. Council voted were made also on the they were not able to hold a years. We're Loaded with Everything For The .
be closed Immediately and the to charge a 10 rental for recommendation of the Utility Job elsewhere.
garbage hauled to the Keystone hall for all social "That used to be the cri-
the city Committee and read to the Councilman Jimmy Bowen Prices!
landfill pending further studyof : functions. board In a statement by Tucker. teria for the Job"Shuford said. said he could for that If Fishermen and Look at these
the feasibility; of dikes ditches Idea is to not hire a new Also under fire at the Mon- go
Total Income for August was continuous service was re
and pumping out the pre- day meeting the county's
utility Director at present, but
from him out
$373 Tucker argued
sent .site. "This does not appear reported as : to make the three department semi-tractor used to haul heavy quired. second . = DER .
feasible at cigarette tax $182 from utility of that and still got a 12C
economically equipment and to haul comma
heads directly responsible to
After the second
said. tax and $430 from sale his proposal. '
the present time he the Council for the operation of dities from Jacksonville. The -uR flsHlit"
of timber.Expenses were$660, the entire council voted torTucker's BtTiER
Trawick said that signs would *"
old truck travels 20mphat
be posted by Friday announcing Including$306 for Insurance on their departments. bill top speed Shuford said. He suggestion. Clerk Reg 25c 15<=
the city hall, compensation and -Received a$10,029 from Merrill Edwards pointed out SWILG,ERS
the Is
that dump termed disgrace to the coun
Florida Power & Light for installation the
car $187 for salaries $80 for the new policy would carry
the ;
At the Monday
The board it should
ty. agreed
for of an emergency pow until he retires
street lights and$45 mow- disabled policeman
Council approved a tentative half ing. er line and substation for th. acquire a serviceable transportor with 10 years time In.! WEED LESS HOOKS lSc 2 for 25*
including homes a
area city. Payment was not authorized get out of the business.
.--------- ----- --rI Tuesday night since FPL Purchasing a new tractor
has not completed the instal- truck was discussed but noact- The council established the
i lation. The council also thoughtthe Ion was taken. policy with the son of the BASS PLASTIC WORMS 1 O* up
; Installation was to be done At that point, the Board was disabled policeman present and
I I for 8000. Informed that five members of taking part In the discussion.
D the road crew were off that At one point Police Ken Fut ma 300 YARDS
day (Monday). Foreman Jones told Councilman Noun "we're GARCIA FISH LINE $1.25 J
Thanks To : I r I pointed out he had one man out talking about a human being not
with a pinched finger.The foreman bookkeeping." 1
__ f' I II recommended that such REED POLES .. 50c iWEUAVE :
of cases be placed on workihan's :ALT, SIZES
The People
I % ... 't.o.a compensation after three days.
"We're paying for workman's ICE CHESTS $1.25
compensation, why not use It?"
I Bradford County Shuford asked. With that, the .4 10 FT. 2-P1ECE
board voted unanimously to
I sTamps place employees out with min- FISHING POLES 69c: :
or Injuries on workman's com-
I Words can never express my appreciation pensation after three days as Bass Plugs, Speckled Perch Jigs
for the vote the wonderful state law allows.At |
I people of Bradford County gave me I II that point a secretary told By The Hundreds --SPECIALS I
the board road used 41
Made to Order
I In the Sept.8 Election.I r days of sick leave In Augustand READY MADE BREM LINES 2 for 25c
16 man days of vacation I

am especially grateful for the I II .Highest Quality were still taken."I would. like to requirea Summer Hats and Caps Hunters
considerations shown .
friendly me
doctor's certificate for sick Clothing
I In my campaigning over the County. Reasonable Prices pay to be received," Commis- BILL POWELLis .1.
sioner stated. This time
I Sincerely Phone 964-6305 he got support for his suggestion' on your sideHe 5 H.P. OUTBOARD MOTORS 65.00 up
Norman made the mo-
MARGIE DOWLING Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH tion, Bryan seconded, and it can handle all your '2 only Motorcycles ... $100 and $250
passed unanimously. insurance life, health,
.--------------- Chairman Zedra Hamilton home, car. One man, one 5 GAL Plastic Water Jugs . $3.50
then pointed out that several plan. Insurance is much
members of the road crew simpler that way.
stayed off the job for several

to hours vote when last given Tuesday.one He hour sug-oft Bill PowellPhone Wigglers -- Worms .. Crickets

r. gested the crew be given the Ie Earth Worms Shinners
; last hour In the day off for 984t14baStarke r
voting. Bryan made that mo- Plaza
tion and it passed unanimously.
Commissioner Norman told < >
Foreman Jones several times atfI. NATIONWIDEINSURANCE
that he was not being attacked U .
personally, that the board is
13'c Th.man from Nationwide I.on your.Ido
aware of the situation the foreman -
Nationwide Life Insurance GULF STATION
1 Company RUSH'S
; works under. Jones said Nationwide Mutual Insurance
he understood, indicating he ..f tnl.r.. .
t.v Nationwide Insurance STORE
was happy the board was finally TACKLE
..; taking some action. Home Offlcei Company Columbus! Ohio IN

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4- CountyAt- Large !1 Central Air Conditioning Increases The Value of 'I :{

Many port you, Many gave thanks me in for the the September splendid vote 8th First and sup Pri !I Your Home While You Stay Comfortable All Year I

mary. Please be sure to return to th, Polls on I

September 29th and give me your continutd sup- I ADD ON 2 TONS TO YOUR SYSTEM I I$62500

port and vote.E. I I FOR ONLY : ;: I IOR

W. Hodges is dedicated to the I I

orderly growth of Bradford County -

and will support those things I TOTAL 2 TONS HEATING AND COOLING WITH 7 DUCTS I

which will make it a better placein II I

which to live. He will cooperatein I I- I

achieving these things with the I COMPLETE I

help of the other County Com- FOR ONLY I
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missioners. Financing Available To Meet JU95

Your Budget I II II

Put A Working Man To Work I II I

For You Commission On Your County 'I I Slade Gas( And Appliances l I Il i I

I 332 WEST MADISON ST. PHONE 964-7701 :
(Pd. Poi Adv.1 I

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4-H Horse News And Activities From his 13th birthday before Decem-

ber. Small Fry players win
Club NewsA I fliThPTOTfl I THE RECREATION CENTERFLAG days meet 3:30-5:30 on Mondays p.m.and beginning Wednes-

Monday, September 21,at Westside
new year began for the 4-H By Mr* D. K. BDI
at the Pratt St. center: the Softball field
Horse Club last Thursday or FOOTBALL PRO- ter Park on
3:30-5:30 Monday through Fri- Brownlee road behind the MldcdIe
maybe the old one ended. EIther GRAM FOR BOYS ACES 7- : : ,
way, our monthly meetingwas HAMPTON SCHOOL UP TO Willard Thomas, featuring a 12 SET TO OPEN day or parents may registerfor School. '>*..
held and the 210. large cake Inscribed with congratulations them at the recreation office The Bantam league is set up-
) big question
was- How did we do with the Enrollment at Hampton Ele- to the newlyweds.PTA All boys who are at leaat on Temple Ave. Monday for boys ages 10,11 & 12 yearsof
through Friday 9 a.m.-noon and age. A boy must have reachedhis
Rodeo? mentary School reached 210 seven years of age and not
att r Looking back on It. I won- Monday this week, up from older than twelve are Invitedto 1:30-5:30: : p.m. 13th birthday before Decem-
MEETING TUESDAY Boys 7,8, & 9 will participate ber 1 1. The Bantam players will
I ages
..' der how we ever had the nerveto 199 on opening day Tuesdaylast participate in the Flag Foot- .
try it. week. ball Program supervised by the in the Small Fry League.To practice and play their gameson
Well, we did and It was great. Music and art Is being offered Hampton Elementary PTA Recreation department. be elelgible for this leaguea Tuesdays and Thursdays of
', will hold its first meeting of boy must have attained the each week beginning Tuesday,
Oh, we made mistakes and some at the school this year Registration for this pro-
of them were dillies but next with William Chapman at the the school year next Tuesday gram opened Monday Sept. age of seven prior to Decem- September 22, 3:30-5:30: : at
time we will do better. Next school Monday afternoons and evening, September 22, at 7:30: ember 14. Players may regis ber I, and not have reached Westslde Park.
tune? Sure we will do it again. Tuesdays for music, and Mrs. p.m.
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We learned a lot this time. Phyllis Talley Thursday after- - - - - - -
We had a lot of help from the noons and Friday for art. PERSONALS
adult world. We couldn't have Library periods at the school
made It without them. We are waiting for the processingof Mr. and Mrs. Lester Slade BLAINETHOMPSON
visited Mrs. Slade's niece In JOHNNY
learned that too. We needed additional books transferredfrom
their donations and got them, the two schools In the Mulberry last weekend, and
EDDIE ALLEN but mostly it was the encour- county; closed this year. went mullet fishing In the Gulf
agement from these people who Other faculty; at the school during their visit.
chipped in their cash. They remains the same as last year Mrs. C.R. Hicks and child-
made us feel they were behindus plus Mrs. Jean Clark for a ren and Mr. and Mrs. J.L.
Thanks each and for on this project And THAT, half day each day of learn- Dykes spent Wednesday and
everyone my frineds, Is what this 4-H ing lab. Mrs. Barbara Hill Is Thursday last week at the
their vote and support In the thing Is all about substituting In P3 for Mrs. Dykes cottage near Flagler IS DEDICATED; 1
September 8th Primary., I am Dr.Jackson was guest speaker Mabel Fletcher who Is the Beach. ..
looking forward to each and at our meeting Thursday UF Hospital Gainesville Mrs. Avory Slade and son
night He too seemed pleased Principal Lennard Register Cliff of Maxvllle visited here
everyone for your continued that our first big project wasa asked parents to use the one- last week with Mr. and Mrs. To The ProgressOf ;
support on September 29th. success. Dr. Jackson is always way dirt road to the south of V.J. Slade. Cliff is to enter
ready to help 4-H'er with the school grounds In deliver- the UF in Gainesville as a r
I also wish to thank Harold Clinics or films on Care of ing and picking up children. freshman this week. EducationIn
Animals. The one-way use means driv- Mrs. Clarence Melton was
. E. Waters my opponent for Another high point of our ing In past the front of the able to return home last Thurs
C r: the nice clean campaign that meeting was the presentation Orville Brookins home, around day, after undergoing surgery
he ran on September 8. Eddie of a Plaque<< to Mr. Bill For- by the fence and out to the high- earlier In the week. Bradford CountyHe
syth. He has no children in way alongside the fence. Pri- Mrs. W.M. Slade has been
Allen asks for the support 4-H, no obligation to fill, Justa vate cars are to use the paved hospitalized at Ft. Lauderdale
,, and vote of each and everyone big desire to help us put on drive In front of the school after suffering a heart attack
of Harold E. Waters Supporters a Rodeo. Always working behind only when It rains, he said, while staying with her daughter,
the scenes, always there to eliminate traffic congestion Mrs.Ella Mae Shuppert. is a Hardworking Successful Businessman -well
on September 29. for the big Jobs. So, to Bill there when busses are load-
Forsyth went the FRIEND A- Ing and unloading. Road Samaritans qualified to serve on the School Board and serve

Thanking you In advance for WARD and a lot of thanks from Specially equipped cars of the taxpayer. He is Self Employed and will be ableto
all the 4H'ers.Many HONOREDA
, your vote and support on others came in that the Standard Oil Co., are patrolling attend all meetings Regular, Special or Emer- .
September 29. day to help in the Arena. If coffee hour Saturday after- the 250-mile Inter.
I try to list them I might noon for city; officials honored state 71 from Cleveland to gency and will devote as much time as necessary to
w i leave someone out. They know Mr. and Mrs. A.C. Dennlson, Cincinnati aiding stranded do good Job.
Vote For And Elects how we feel because they know who were married Thursday, motorists The Sohio cars a
\, why they' did it. Long' hoursof September 10, In Georgia. have gasoline, oil and water
hot hard work. Yes, they Mrs. Dennison Is the for- supplies, air, tire jacks and
know why they came. mer Mrs. Ruth Dyal.Arrangements fire extinguishers. They have He Is a graduate of B.H.S. and
Also on the agenda was the for the refreshments telephones for quick has his studies
com continued at
EDDIE ALLENAS election of officers. Mike Reed were made by Mrs.
was re-elected President.Mike munications and help Santa Fe Jr. College and the Voc-
Bryan, vice-president, Vicki - - - Tech Center while running his
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YOUR Dyal, Secretary, Sandi Morgan own business.He .
treasurer, and Stormy Reed,

reporter.The new officers will meet Many ThanksTo Is a member of the Lawtoy P.T.A.
County CommissionerDistrict this week to plan their pro- and has been attending School
gram of work of this year.
Educational programs, horse- Board Meetings for several months.

manship, and recreational pro-
4 grams will be the major actIvities family and friends
of the Bradford 4-H my Blaine Thompson Is a Businessman and will
Horse Club in 1970-71. who worked for me duringmy
apply good Business Practices to the
Pd Pol ""v.' Stormy Reed, Reporter campaign. I am especially operationof
Bradford 4-H Horse Club proud of the the School Board which Is big business.The .
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1,050 votes I received.I .
V.' more money than any other concern or Institution -

.... clean In Bradford County.
ran a race, paid

\\00\_ .... ..".J' my own way and am obligated .a

'. .''':c.- '. ; f.l: -'\ lUg' to no one. .
"a tad = 1 tr f



Thank You,

. Ar ,I Ii Young Energetic Capable

% Harold E. Waters

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Vote For And Support For Clerk

Gilbert S. ( Gib) BrownCandidate CORDIALLY INVITESYOU

for Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad-

ford County, Subject to The Second Democratic -

Primary on September 29, 1970.A .

business man with EXPERIENCE.A .

life long resident of Bradford

County with 18 years serving the publicand

to operating serve as my your own Clerk business of the qualifiesme Circuit

Court. To See Our Premier ShowingOF

I promise to conduct YOUR OFFICE


best Interest of ALL the GOOD PEOPLE OF


THE 1971
will always strive to operate

YOUR OFFICE In a conservative mannertryIng -

always to keep the Budget of the
County Government down to save the tax-
payers all taxes possible. FORD PINTO TORINO MUSTANG

I will give MY FULL TIME In servingthe

people and taking care of the businessof


Your Vote and Support will be Greatly Appre-

ciated by my whole Family and for which I will Friday September 18 1970Free

always be Grateful.Gilbert q

S. ( Gib) Brown Cold Drinks Bring The Family

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Sanitation JV Face Gridders Eastside. 67 Cases Set For Trial! Bids Asked On BHS BuildingBids -

are currently: being restrooms custodian's office Construction costs are estimated :
Here TonightJunior asked by the Bradford School and a supply room.Educational at around $214,000 by the '....:"I
Board on a 10-classroom: build- specifications for architect. ::,.::.
In County Court Term Ing which will replace the old the new building, to go up Just
Law OK'dA Varsity grtdders will 'C' building at Bradford High south of the existing 'C' Build The school board presentlyhas
come under fire for the first School ing, were prepared by Principal a balance of approximately
time this season under their With 51 cases already on the Eugene Woods and Gene Van- Bids will be opened at 7:30 Ralph Dlggs and his staff. It $95,000 In capital outlay and "
broad sanitation ordinance. establishing condi- new head coach, John Allen. docket for trial 16 more pleasof zant pleaded not guilty; to assault p.m. Wednesday Sept. 30, at a' will have 14,276 square feet of debt services monies which Is
Tonight's game Is at Brad not guilty; were entered at and battery agaInt Larry special meeting of the board. working space. armared for construction. ...:.;
tions under which all types of livestock!" may be main ford Field starting at 7:30. the August plea day In county; Turner. For a Juvenile In the Plans for the building drawn Designed as the first stage ofa lance of the high school construction -
tamped was unanimously adopted Monday by the Brad Starting offensive line up for court bringing to 67 the face same case Judge Yawn ruledto by Architect Don Morgan and complete renovation of the monies will come
ford County Commission.The tonight's game is Steve Register ber of cases to date to have the charge held until to be built under the systems county high school the new from>> either a local loan, which
be kept. at center Bobby Dyal and County; Judge Theron Yawn In disposition of the trial on the method developed for school building will have many fel- me school board Is allowed to
"chicken" or "fly" ordinance may The measure was carefully Levy Lennon at guard, David the county trial term set for other two. construction call for 10 class- xible features and will be make under Florida law or
as It Is commonly! Newham and Donnie October. For from the Florida rooms, a library, administration tax equalization funds
studied by both poultry and cat- Crawfordat escape built so It will meet the long tram>>
termed, Is the second Commis-law tle groups In the county and tackle, Donald Keys and Steve Three of the 16 persons who State Prison at Ralford. Charles offices,a resources center, range needs of the languageand from the state If Bradford "
passed by the County several changes were Incorporated Strickland at end, Eddie Hazen pleaded not guilty; on Thursday. Wade Hampton and Lawrence plus ancllllary facilities such as arts departments. County; qualifies. *'

home sion under rule powers.Its newly The received first Into the draft of the ordinance at quarterback, Billy Bighanv each Aug. against 20, had them three John charges Couslneau pleaded not guilty anda ............................................................................. ..................................................... ....-......-...-..-.-.-....
drawn by County At- and Tim Crews at halfback, : Payne preliminary hearing was sche -- ____ ____T_ -- --
was a measure recognizing volunteer Wililngham Eric Paul Johnson be
and Joey Thomas at fallback. duled. Public defender Is to
Theron Yawn.Before
fire departments and torney On defense it will be Don- and Gary Weglng. Each was appointed for each of them.
It subjected to
authorizing the board to con- was ald Keys and Levy Lennon at charged with assault and bat- Susie Milliard, charged with .
a public hearing on Aug. 3, ;
tribute funds to them. tery against Morris Starling license SLADE BARBQUESaturday
the commission struck from the end, Earl Wilkerson and David driving without a was
Brought about largely by san- proposed law the word "com- Newham at tackle, Robin Par- and Jennings Starling on August ordered to get one by September -
itation problems posed by thecounty's 14, using profane and Indecent
Industry mercial," Instead applying the rish and Stan Reddish at line- plea day. John Ira Warren,
burgeoning poultry backer, Tim Crews at safety language and possessionof fined $26 for reckless driving
law to livestock kept for "any"use
the "fly" ordinance Is Billy Bigham and Steve Strick- an alchollc beverage by a pleaded not guilty; to the chargeof f
actually a all broad sanitation of animals law The area required to be kept land at halfback, and Keith Tet- minor. driving without a license, was Night Sept. 26th
covering types
Five of while of the
mowed around chicken houses stone at rover. cases driving told to get a duplicate
and conditions under which they.Charley intoxicated had Doris King Hezekiah license he said he lost before
Next: -
was cut from 200 to 20 feet week's game will be against -
," ; because the larger area would Macclenny atMacclenny. Singleton and Harold L. the case comes up for trial.
have Interfered with pasture Henderson pleading not guilty, On worthless check charges,
lands.It and their cases put on the trial Patricia A. Napier, Joe WalkerJr. BETWEEN 6 AND 9 O'CLOCK
A clarified that manure tering systems for repairs of docket. Bethel Jay Barker forfeited and Arthur W. Roberts pleaded -
was leakage. bond of$151 on the charge guilty were fined $26 each,
stored for later use must not
-Storage of feed In bins to and Colen Harold White was fined and ordered to make restitution
There will be Bar-B-Que honoring Senator
be exposed to the weather. be a .
Inspected daily for repairsof
revoked for
$151 and his license of the amount of checks.
livestock Authority operations for Inspection was restricted of- spillage. 90 days. Wesley Delane Willingham, put Tom Slade, candidate for State Treasurer, at :
-Removal of manure. Other pleas of not guilty; were on probation In June for mali-
to agents of the county -Storage of manure in water entered for Daniel Milling on a clous injury, came before the the John Whitehead Farm in Union County.
and health
state departments.
Aak tight containers. charge of petit larceny, repre- judge for failure to hold a Job
Tickets available for donation
Purpose of the new ordinance, -Land within 200 feet of ani- Cross attorney are a $1.00
sented J.
by Emory and turn In probation reports.
number 70-2, Is to establish mal enclosures must be kept liana
of Gainesville; : Judge Yawn ordered him to geta Stumps and from campaign workers. -
minimum standards :
free of garbage, rubbish, etc. Smith, for assault and battery; Job In 10 days and file reports .
sanitation and for the control conducive to breeding rodents. Senator Slade will address theLeilas path"ring
,John Barrett, charged with promptly with his probation of- .
of flies and rodents In feed
E. --Dally collection of dead ani-
lots barns and ken' harassing by phone call; Leslie ficer. 6:00 The Whitehead
buildings, mals. Crews carrying a concealed For voluntary Intoxication. at approximately : o.m. :
JohnaAbout nels In which animals are bred, Disposal of dead fowl wouldbe weapon; Augustus Covington, Bobby Lee Smith, Samuel Walker Farm i i" located iusr. off hitrhvrav, 100 across :
housed, or maintained for required to be done by the withholding support; Robert C. Wyatt, Evelyan Griffis, Roy
This Question: use. ." exclusive method of incinera- Williams, failure to drive In a Higglnbotham, and Robert B. Loner Bridge and the road will be marked. :
It includes required methods tion. It gives growers 90 daysto single lane; Milton David White Townsend forfeited bonds of$36
by which dead animals may be construct an incinerator. All failure to yield right-of-way. each.
"Before we take our new disposed of.Minimum. other animals can be either incinerated .
Houseboat on its first; trip standards required or burled with at
least two feet of of
: covering
over the water, I want to areApproved chemical controlsat earth.

be fully insured for 'all regular intervals of threeto The new law prohibits dumpIng -
Ti&k' damage or theft and seven days In April through of dead animals In lakesor
more important ade October and not less than eight streams or in a watershed.
quate liability coverage for days from November through The new law will become effective -
injuries to others. Does March. upon certification by the
'. -Non-chemical methods of Secretary of State that he has
p! Charley E. Johns A- rodent and fly control may be received a copy of the law.
Kemvarry full! Houseboat. employed with prior approvalof The measure was adopted quietly ..'
insurance: the State Board of Health by the County Commissionon ; .
and under direction and super- a motion by CommissionerDave f-\
vision of the Bradford County Shuford. .
Charley E. Health Department. Sanitarian Jack Trawick re-
'All land lying with 20 feet reported that Polk and Union .
JOHNS AGENCY on either side of a feed lot, Counties have requested copies
barn, building or kennel shall of the new ordinance. Trawick ;
131 So. Walnut St. be moved to keep grass and also told Commissioner Buck x
Phone 964.5070 weeds from attaining a heightof Norman, in answer to a ques- .\.
six Inches. tion, that no Florida law covers J w
.. -Dally inspection of all wa- obnoxious odors.

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ONE SHOT SPECIAL Cynthia Sherman

Completes GE Q .

... Intern Program I j

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Mr. and Mrs. John Sherman of
--_ 4 Lawtey, recently completed the "" tttMM MM9Mti1Nsw
Personnel Intern Program a .
J Joint project of BethuneCookman .
College and General Elec- 7 :
tric's Apollo Systems In Day- AA
tona Beach.
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Cynthia received her BS degree .,.:.;
in psychology this month ,!
( .G G from Bethune-Cookmanandwas :: :

G G allowed 14 hours of credit for i ..,#... ;.
her work with GE. .
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Old Discarded Tires ;

Make i\eiv<< Fish Haven .

Building reefs with old ..;S .. _
auto and truck tires may be- ,...-. .
come valuable conservation

tools, according to Richard
I II I B. Stone of the U.S. Depart- f

ment of Interior. The tire

casings provide ready-made

havens for a variety of game

fish IN ASSETS !


to..-.. ---' Landclearing It's High Time We Paused To Thank Our Fine CustomersFor

I oil oil MOWING BULLDOZING Their Support. There's One Thing For Sure . :

oil TRACTOR WORK Without You We Would Not Succeed. :

l_. Fill Dirt and
Lime Rock Thank You.

Qualified Operator

t Phone 964.7205 AS WE GROW WE

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Brown 30" Gas .


Matches- Life Time Burner Earnings Paid or Compounded Quarterly

Choice Of White Or Coppertone AUTO SERVICE

$1O95'WT. Gilbert S. Brown f ,

Standard OU Service SUtloa
ATLAS Mon. Thurs.: 9 A.M. to :3 P.M. ;
TIRES BATTERIES Friday: 9 JfM. to 5:30: P.M. :
Radfet Terms Road Serrle Closed Saturday

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Cystic Fibrosis No Parking For PaintingDrivers
Armed I
Forces News About Sept. 23.Purpose.
i r1 Drive To Present of automotive vehi-
cles are asked by the Starke of the request, according -
OUR' SERVICEMENU.S. I Country MusicThe Police Department to refrain : to Assistant Chief Bill
from parking on Call Street Chambers, la to allow' city:
next Wednesday afternoon crews to repaint the lines on
parking lanes.
Air Force Sergeant Don- The sergeant Is a 1966' Cystic Fibrosis Re-
aid D. Falcon, son of Mr.and graduate of Bradford High search Foundation Drive will
Joe McGee 614 N. GrandSt. School. present a Country Music Show
DeWitt\ C. Jones
., Starke, la on duty at U- Monday, Sept. 21, at 7:30: p.m. Funeral Home
Airfield Thailand. at the BUS auditorium. Tic-
Tapao Sergeant Falcon, a fuels Navy Airman Raymond G. kets are $1 each and may be
specialist, I* assigned to the Mooneyham, son of Mr. and, purchased at the door. STARKE
Mrs. Max' E. Mooneyham of Around 60 valuable prizes,
635th Supply\ Squadron a
of the Pacific Air Forces. Keystone Heights, has reported donated by local merchants PHONE 964.6200KEYSTONE
PACAF Is headquarters for air to the Naval Air Reserve Train will be given away during the i
operations In Southeast Asia, ing Unit at Naval Air Station, program.
the Far East and the Pacific Norfolk. Va. The public is invited to come HEIGHTS
area. He previously served at One weekend a month, 'he out and help support this im-
Luke AFB, Ariz. receives practical and theoretical portant fund-raising effort. PHONE 47.1-3176:

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's Thank You =

I I I's i Kentucky Fried Gets Improvement Award I,, I II ,,

's Very Much
i Recipient of the Chamber's Bradford Improvement Award for') I I Iti
i the month of September Is Kentucky Fried Chicken on U. S. 301 I
north owned by Charlie Braswell. To the people of Bradford County
Wayne Braswell receives the BIP certificate from Gus Kopel- for your splendid support in the I
: I wish to thank the voters : ousos. improvement committee chairman and John Myers, Chamber First Primary. I II
i who placed their confidence manager. The award was given in recognition of the new building
I the BraswelTs fretted and recently opened.
.. in me on September 8th. I t To those who voted for other can- I

: and the friends who worked : Community Action ? didates on September 8, I humbly I

i in my behalf. : solicit your vote and support on I
Meet Set
i I appreciate the opportunity I Tuesday 1 ;7Judrd4/ Sentember 29th to h.,-lp elect a
s A community action meeting,
to serve again as one of your I sponsored by CUBa Economic NORTH FLORIDA man as your
County Commissioners. Agency Is scheduled nextTuesday U. S. Senator.
Sept 22, at 8 p.m. In the
Bradford Neighborhood Service I am indeed grateful for the
i I II Center at 113 South Walnut vote
Street In Starke.
New neighborhood service given me in my bid for City I I

I George W. Roberts, Jr. _i and center service facilities officers centers for will will neighborhood be be elected discussed Councilman in the Sept. 8 Elec I II

according to Mrs.Thel- tion.
: : ma Dixon, Bradford NSC direc BRYANT..now '

i (Pd. Pol. Adv.! ) : tor.The Starke NSC is located it I II

...................*......................; upstairs Commerce over building.the Chamber of I would like to thank all the I I.I I.

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STOP THINK tions people shown for their me in kind my Campaign.Considera- I: UNITED STATES SENATE I II :

Sincerely t I II
Pd. Pol. Adv.)

Consider A Man With Pd. Poi Adv.* I I


Proven Ability To Perform PymoutfiT Announcing

... .* Experience In Dealing ..

With The Public ", the 1971 Duster.Thebig '

Educational Background

(lApprox. 2 Years College ) difference in small cars.

Youth For A Progressive
We first Introduced the Duster Duster's a five-passenger car. It seats five, more power than other small cars' smaller
A dminis tra tion as the best transportation comfortably engines.
Besides carrying more up front, Duster And that's a perfect combination
bargain I I In America. It still I Is. carries more in the trunk You can stuff 159
And we built Duster to be cubic feet of stuff into it. (One of the new Options.
Vote RANDY JOHNS America's"smallenoughspace small cars) has about a third as much trunk You have over 50

but-blg-enough". Small enough to choose 'from when you

And It still Is. for maneuverability. Big order Duster.

Clerk Circuit: Court Small car lovers of America your day has enough for stability. Think of it this way lisa convenience to
come. have a lot of conveniences to choose from.
You have more tires to kick more doors to Duster's small enough to slip iruu auout %of If you're considering buying a new small
slam,more hoods to look under,more colors a parking space. Yet its big enough to give car.and you have certain options in mind togo
to choose from and more test drives to take you stability on the open highway, along with it, you may find Duster the
than ever before. It has our unique torsion-bar suspension only small car that offers them.
.x Which leaves us to convince you that (for better handling), And unibody construcThere are things like a Stereo Cassette
Duster gives you the most car(for the money tion-its strength completely surrounds you Tape Player V-8 engine vinyl roof and
That its small enough but big enough. And So Duster can handle stop-and-go city power brakes that you just can't t get on some
that,all in all it s the ideal small car traffic as well as freeway traffic because it's small cars.
r the right size,the right weight and it handles.
r Room. More off It The Duster success story:
"_: '1 Our small-enough-
$& MI& to accomodate more passengers. to be continued.
.. .. More of It to accomodate but-blg-enough car has a
d 'I. more luggage. smallenoughbutblgenoughengine. No doubt about it. Duster is the car for the

I'b times
k Most) small cars are four-passenger cars Over 17500O Duster buyers thought so
And when you sit in some of them. they Duster's standard engine is our rugged 198 last year And we expect more of the same
feel like they were built cubic inch. 125 horsepower Six. kind of success with the 1971 Duster
for three-and-a-half It gives you great gas mileage and a little Before you buy a small car, look at our
passengers. small car.Duster..
with .
extra care.

vr sS9lOChryritr Ctiporatiwi

t ,
.y. nSee


A Qualified Young ManI )

humbly thank eaoh and every one of you the new Plymouth Duster today. I CHRYSLER I
for your vote In the first primary. Your
confidence In ae Is most gratifying.I Plymoutfi
earnestly solicit the support of the STARKECHRYSLERPLYMOUTH
people of Bradford County on Sept. 29. Your Through.
vote will be deeply appreciated.

I sincerely desire to serve as your clerk PHONE 964-6000

and pledge to energetically perform the duties U. S. 301 NORTHSTARKE"
of the office fairly and honestly.
(Pd.. Pol. Ady.)



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I Duck Season Opens Nov. 26 "'- UNDER THE HEADINGOF Cub Pack 513 Holds Field DayIt

The t IMPROVEMENTS was field day at the pack All boys eight through 10 years

n rida ice: tmnttn will ehaage wilt .sOnr a total sew.f L -- ..."... ---...., meeting of Cub Scout Pack 513 of age and Interested in having
feme'M days la wMda t* hunt 101 plats! per day rather r ;". }" ; as the youngsters participatedin fun, learning new skills and
duck Md eMU durlaf the than the previous 7t Mhta. allocated ; races, obstacle courses and handicrafts are invited to a c
1170-71 for a day's fcaf. The alt t ..,...4"'w'l"d' other sporting events. Cub Scout Rally at Southslde
The dads also participated In
change aim place a value. oftit ,, Elementary Cafeteria next
The cotton will pen enshalt palate. CM die lIP pint a Dizzy Izzy race with Cub- Thursday. SePt. 24, at 7:30
lour Were smuts .n dock*. rather thai! a previous master Dewey McKinney Joe p.m. Parents should accompany
-- VallnsW, and Paul Crowson their charges.
Thanksgiving .Day Nor. 28, 10 palate. coming out on top.
aad eontiiuw through Jaa.29.>> The following scouts won ribbons I
'I' : Did you know that late in
50-Yard Dash- 1) Joe Valln- the 1880's the United States
I sid, 2)) Kevin Hamilton, 3)Jer- had three-cent pieces struck in i
k-- 4": ry Blalock. silver (then nickel
{ .' ), twenty- f
fi. 'I'- Softball Throw1) John Va-
.t ilt/.l. cent pieces in silver and a dollar
thank / ) llnsM. 2) Kevin Hamilton,
I want to personally .. in gold? The gold dollars now
3)Joe ValinsM.
my many friends and sup- ";;;; '*.j-Z: < Sack Race1) Joe VallnsM. valued from $37.50' to $1,-

porters who had so much con- .. I. IrJ .<:c.oo, :; ; ir"J" ll. .;1.. Den 1 won the shuttle relay 250.00 are the smallest U. S. ,I
'- -
fidence in me. ;:.p- ', i' : ri J with Den 2 in second coins.
w ,.. 'tw./ J4wn."xJ' : I :.d place.
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Blanding Command ChangesCol. 1.'I; t"" ;+ .- Jt,...... .,.w.... 'I -.r.'1ttO; < ,. .WW ttKrcma| !VfebfeMBB !III\o. ,\": ...r:.; I'
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Fred A. Lewellen Oen.signee. : to the Adjutant General ,-- -- -.. ..;.- .._- I
assumed command of HeadStatf in St. Augustine and will Toxbui'URNITjTRE i
To Mr. Lawson and the quarters and Headquarters Deassume the position of Director The Starke State Farmers pleted, the exterior of the mar-
School Board, much success tachment, Camp Blanding,from of Maintenance State of Market on U.S. 301 North is ket building will match the new ..
during: these trying times, COl Harry M. Hatcher Jr. on Florida, on Sept. 25, succeeding taking on an Improved appear- county; agricultural building, 1. ]
Wednesday. Sept. 16. Col.; James M. Grlffln, ance with the addition of a new shown In background. The interior -
and my sincere wishes for Col. Lewellen's past assignments who Is retiring. Col. Lewel- brick front and the remodellingof offices have been pan t.';
one of the best school systems Include Commanding Of- len will take Col. Hatcher's inside offices.: The work Is elled and rest room facilities {

In the State. Liter Co. C, 20th Special Forpresent position of Camp site now In progress,.andwhencom- added. Approximate cost of the ) .
ces, and more recently, Commandant supervisor on the same date. improvements will be 4000. By HILL WILSON ,_ .1
Florida National Col. Lewellan and his wife .1 _
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Guard Officers: Candidate Gloria, reside at Camp Bland- / ,
School. Ing. Mrs. Lewellan is a teach

Col. Hatcher: will be reas- er In the Starke Middle EVOLUTION OF SETTLE'
Sincerely, School.
Julian McRae


I: ;, The early day settle, the forerunner of i i J JI

r I 4 our comfortable sofa was as stiff and plain y

:' as most settlers' lives. It was just a bench /Of.
1I with a solid back that extended from the .

I W1' floor up, and had similarly built arms. .! 1

Usually the settle faced the fireplace, the .r i t Ii
> solid back and sides kept chilly drafts off p"\\
t 1 1I '4. Puritn bucks and sides. :i\ "
r :t41:' \
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a .
Dr. D.W. Whiffen, Starke optometrist Is now under way on remodel- "
has purchased the ling the exterior and Interior. ,
former Pure Oil service sta- Dr. Whiffen hopes to be able :' '
.tion at the corner of Walnut to occupy his new offices by t l

New 4-H otticers elected last week are in; stormy :: and Madison Streets and work November 1. J
I I II Early S.ttIe Promt-day Settle .
Reed, reporter; Vicki Dyal secretary; Mike Reed, r: ,
will Increase
I I president; Sandi Morgan treasurer, and Mike Bryan, Grid GamesTo the football students team. A supportof close Gradually, as life took on more refinement ; \

vice president. story on page 5 Be Free look will be kept on Athletic in the colonies, so did the settle. It was I"

Words cannot express my appreciation I I said.Department finances, Dtggs carved cushioned and blossomed into the

to the many friends who workedso I I II To StudentsBradford r, beautiful sofas we know today ,.

hard for me during my recent cam- : Growth OfCalifornia County; students will A Home"SaTety Tip : ::..
My Neighbors be admitted free to all football New York Police advise that fB'. I
paign. I want to say "thank you". To I games during the 1970 sea- all residences should have Badcocfe ,
I I son under a new policy announced -
my opponent. I offer my Congratulations. stronger security measures including -
this week. {

I I II II To Half? H will night's All be Bradford game admitted upon High to presentationof tomorrow students chain entrance bolt a door double-lock lock., as:, The well for chain as the a it,, FURNITURE and APPLIANCES:; ; ::1

I Sincerely I a Student ID Card. All Brad- should be short so that a hand ."t;; ,
SAN FRANCISCOA 'y t7 hi.i li the Thirty-Fifth in, ford County elementary students cannot reach inside and be .. "il
dwindling supply of breathable ; long : "'1'I"' |>rliml' HIT. l IY I'.u16' rry C 'Inv A
will be admitted free for c JJ.xh..r: ; ". < '' J
enough to the "
]J. M. uBtTCK" NORMAN air soon may halt the expanding rj you see per- : ; I
when W,>J'rioof R'N.' <'qwf.1":: ';fIow', I
adult. '
accompanied by an "
(P ..?ol. ,.' population of South I Tickets for other students son at your door.
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persons an environmental will be 75 cents same as last 1
year. Adult tickets will be$1.75.
specialist today.
up 25 cents over a single game
Mark Von Wodtke. an assis- hJ admission last season.
GAINESVILLE tant professor of environmental Reserve seat season ticketsare
design at California Stae still on sale at$10. Begins At Sundown
Polytechnic College Pomona, "The magic has gone out The policy change was announced I
said the Los Angeles Basin
of :' Monday in a statement
our marriage
Business Directory now hag 11.8 million residentsand signed by Bradford High Principal -
local and state plans are Ralph Dlggs, who says SATURDAY SEPTEMBER IP, 19 '
geared to an eventual population he hopes the free admission MGM_,
of 20 million\ or more.
GARDEN SUPPLIES But Von Wodtke, writing In 1 1I
"Cry California," a quarterly INCOME TAX ( Cowboys .
environmental Journal, said
BRASINGTONCADILLAC Johnson & Paris, Inc. the state water plan state !\,r of :
freeway projections and market FRANCHISE AVAILABLEH ; singing.... ... .
OlDSMOBUJB: SEEDS PLANTS analyses by investors and Calico County" .!. dancing! 9-ij
BALES SERVICE: laseettcldeaPet SapyllMFERTILIZERS banks all contain a "massive \
& R Block Is looking for a responsible Individualcapable .lanng j _,
Fine Selection of Vied Can I flaw" in their failure to recognize of '
operating a volume tax business. Prior tax Dan Hoss'Nanette \
Taken 0. CadllUe Trades We Rent Fertilizer !Spreader! the finite limits on air, knowledge, while helpful, Is not necessary. The Block ,4L /' \
37S-U01 land and water resources. franchise Is compatible with most other service oriented
SOOt N.W. llth Ph. I 224 N.W. 8th Ph. m-047 : BlockerFabrayJ '! '
evidenceat !
I "There hand is today enough to conclude businesses.We furnish: .,-BONANZA" ; ;, :
Barkley Motors, Lie.TOYOTA Los Angeles Basin simply will 1 ADVERTISING PANAVISION METROCOLOR

LIDDELL not support a population of
more than about 14 million, H'R [ TTNnA V. MONDAY SEPTEMBER 20. 21
given both present petrochemical First t Show at 8 P.M. Admission' SI.00NEVER
4 wheel drive and ears Glass Company fuel-consuming trends
Bales Parts Service and present and anticipated America's Laps Tex Service
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Clean Used Toyota "Glaa For Every Pwrpo**" pollution-control programs, 30 N. Marlon St. i 1 I 1
1700 N. Main 375-1268 I .'' Tub Store Enclosure.ssbowereI. rronto-ACrrors even mistic assuming pollution levels that the predicted opti-- II TO- s.8 Lake-Dfly: : Fla.:,32053 |II ANYTHING f LIKE IT BEFORE..NEVER I t

Furniture Tops Glass Replaced by the various agencies responsible Pl.... sand ma your brochur. outlining th. H&R Block FranI I SCENESTHE PUBLIC HAS NEVER SEEN BEFOREAn
VARHEYLLincoln I. for health protectionand II chi. Program.I understand thara la no obligation on my part. II

pollution control can be N.m.
Mercury I NEW LOCATION achieved," he wrote. I Address Emotional Experience
1228 So. Main Gainesville
S72-8U1] 1108 II Clty/SUt./Zlp Cod. You Will Never *
2101 N. Main Gainesville II Forge
372-4251 I Grand/other/ hold the young Telephone No.___
ones entranced with his stories'
flame Ii i MEN'S\ WEAR of the olden times such aswhen CLIP AND MAIL TODAY r
Ot the only entertainment
in the pioneer cabin was a
"..ft1Ino-Coaa-.conUnental STAG 'N DRAG hand-cranked TV set.
Mark IB-Enjtah Ford I
Cleanest treed Oar Anhkble
Arrow Shirt-JI1o1a ....

-Beauty Academy i, -2_STORES Ladles Formal Sportswear-Rental 11 W. UNIVLrRSITT ...... FLA. NOTHING I LEFT TO I THE IMAGINATION I ,:


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4 For Bradford County, And Far UriiYford. Caaatr. I. The c...., "....'. Court
Fla.In re: Estate. of Malcolm A. Fin set Eatate ot I* D. Via Im Of Probate Drsdford!' ..Conatr. Florida.
JrCommunity Gault. Deceaeed.Notice Ins, Deceased. In Re: Estate or John Frank
I Ot Probate Notice To Probate wojclk. Deceased.
The Stole Of FloridaTo :The: State Of FloridaTo Notice Ot Final Report And
I All Persons Interested! In. All Persons Interested in Application For Discharge
My Sincerer The E.tat. Of The Above.Named The Estate of Th. Above- To May Concern
r) : Decedent: Named Decedent! : Notcs iaogiven that CharleaM.
:: You are notified that a written You are notified! that awrit* Hchmltt of Starke. Florida,
t 1i y News i iii be the Instrument la.t Will purporting of the decedent to be ten the instrument last Will Pp'the decedent styled me Administrator Estate halt of completed
I haa been admitted to pro has been admitted to probate Ills administration and has
I bate In title Court. In this Court. tiled In this Court its Final
ii You are commanded withinalx You are. commanded within Report and Application. for
By Elizabeth calendar months from the six calendar months from the Objections. If any.
THANKS .V Walker date of the first publication of date of the flrat publication hhou drbe; duly filled with this
thle notice to appear In this of Notice to appear In Court. After fllln Proof ot
SCHOOL NEWS Court. and show cause If poa- I"thJ urt and: how cause If Publication showing. that this
GREATER BETHLEHEM Ible. why the a lion of this pomlble.. why action In this Notice has
Adult Basic Education classes Court In admitting the Will Court In admitting the Will week fo r forbconeac ties
iI i were organized Wednesday Free Will Baptist Church, Rev. to probate. should not stand to probate should. not stand weeks, the matter. of approval
unrevokod.S .
I I Jasper Williams, pastor. Mon- unrevoked. of the report the
evening and will meet each day night Choir No. 1 rehear- ( ) Theron A. YawnCounty (8)) Theron A. Yawn distribution or the Estate and
: In Monday the and Wednesday night sal. Tuesday night. Choir No. Klr.U Publication Judge August I?. First County publication Judge August IT, M.the Schmltt final of Stark: Fi riaaae
To The wing at RJE School In and U10. U1Q. will com
Of 3. Ushers Board No. 2 will Administrator
8-27 UIT .
front of the gym Room 3-D. meet Wednesday night Prayer '8-17 UIT before the Court.Charles
All persona Interested In attending Even middle-aged men are Put in M. gchmltt.
Meeting. Thursday night the as simply as possible Charles M. Schmltt. as Administrator -
classes are asked to Ladles Circle will meet at the wearing flare pants. Of economic terms, the escalation of the Estate/ .01-.
Bradford I call the Vo-Tech Center at home of AnnIe Bell Mosely. course theirs are likely to of the inflation seems to Jolla :Frank Wojclk. deceased.4la n 101Vote
County 964-6105 or 964-6683 for In- Friday night the pastor and flare at the waistline. be bottoming out.
formation. congregation will go to Lake .alb a aeli. ...- =- silly a -a _-aft __

>':. DELL CHAPTER 168 Butler for service. Saturdaythe r "" C' ,
:.' Ladles Home Mission will r '
) :::: The regular meeting of Dell ForARTHUR
sell dinners from the kitchen. r
;' Your tremendous :: Chapter 168 OES will be held 'i )
vote and :' '
support made Re- Sunday School will begin the ''
my :}: Thursday )
night, Sept. 17 at 8 t
services for t I
};{ Election possible. ;:{: p.m. All members are asked worship, 11 a.m.Sunday.Evening Morning ser- :
:::} to please be present and on :
t i;} time. vice, 6 p.m. Visitors always : ; GASKINS

ujJ, I pledge to you that I shall always strive to merit :: welcome.The breakfasts were a suc- 0
!; : the trust and confidence have placed in :: ACTIVITIES cess. The men of the church :
:;::: have decided to sell dinners ,.. I FOR MEMBERSchool
i}1ft 1{[ ::1:1:: le Rev.Study Leroy Thursday Davis,night Pastor.( BIb- on Sunday, Sept 20, starting at I t tt
I stand ready to be of service to you in any way :::: Conference will be held Satur- 12 noon. There will be choiceof ;, ...;
::1;; I .. Please :::: day night. Sunday School at 9:45.: chicken with dumplings or a/ '. \
I$ can call or write me: ::::: Morning Worship, 1045.: Evening string barbecue beans chicken, rolls, potato and salad banana -, t \ Board t tt

::; Worship, 7 p.m. The pudding for dessert Everybody

:11: REPRESENTATIVE GENE SHAW :::::::: bers Church Sunday who anniversary have, Sept not fulfilled 20.will All l terminate mem their- cUnner.PLEASANT Is. Invited to purchase a t +! DISTRICT ONE t tt II

i P. O. BOX 1086 STARKE. FLORIDA 32091 :: obligations are asked to do so. GROVE United

.I.. PHONE 964-5200 (Pd. Po Aav.) \;::< Friday.The captains are The asking pastor will for contact and the officers cooperation you-- 10 Methodist a.m., pastor.Afternoon Church Church, service Rev.School Perkins 3- t Second Primary Sept 29 t tt

i. : :;:::::;:; :-: "= : > ;; ,: friends of all members and p.m. which will conclude the
'" : : ': 'lR:':' !8X: :;:':-:-' &.O; {x In this activity.SLADE'S ; .
I -.$'.. .. services for the day. t I would like to thank all of the people who voted t

,! --- -- dist MT.Church MORIAH, United Rev. ferklns Metho-, and supported me in the first primary, and to call to

pastor. Church School 10 a.m. I everyones attention the way the People in District I I t j
Morning service at 11; which
concludes services for the day. voted. I received 156, my opponent received 83..

APPLIANCE MT. PESGAH AME Church, I That is almost a 2 to I vote from the District where i

Rev. George Youngs, pastor. both live and from
Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- we the people who know us best.
Ing service at 11. Evening ser- I iI t

t oi vice, 6 p.m.GREATER. If elected I will do the very best job I can for

SALE ALLEN CHAPEL I everyone in the county. I will visit each school in ,
AME Church, Rev. C.E. Jenkins -
i pastor. Sunday School, the county at least once a month, and will attend I
10 a.m. Morning; service at 11. all board
Choir Union 3 p.m. Evening t meetings. I II
service, 6 p.m. All membersand

, friends Invited to attend. Your Vote and Support on September
All members are asked to I t
) remember the Men's Day act- 29th Will be Deeply Appreciated.
ivity; that is in progress and
will terminate the second Sun i tt II t
BIG FAMILY SIZE REFRIGERATORjust day in October. Everyone In is
asked to do your full duty

this The activity.fourth and last quarterly t Arthur Gaskins t
conference for this confer-
30 inches
% wide erce year will be held Sunday,
;:;:;:;:;:;:;::;:-:':':':::: ::::::: :i-: o, Pd. pot
::::'::::;: : :<<::::::::::::: ;" Sept. 27, at 11 a.m. All mem- Adv A
bers are asked to please cooperate L
64 inches high I i ICE 1 with this activity. 01 = .i-- .

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: = I It's a quiet world born of strength wrapped in \
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206 West Madison St. Phone 964-7200 Starke, Fla.

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of Information. lified to assist you In making construction field. This ficiency. This Is responsiblefor lental.
coupled with the fact that he He Is located at 4510 North-
If do not MASONRY
selections JAMES NEWSOME
Many things we hear we do your you -
know exactly what you want. used only the very best of & CONCRETE CONTRACT- west 17th )in Gainesville phone
I HAIRGOODS IMPORTERS not remember but seldom do materials and also that his 376-1950.
we forget the things we read. You are Invited to drop In at
You will find that every well any time and browse around.It .
Kathy Cowley.StylIst Informed person does a lot Is our pleasure to recom-
mend this firm to our readers.

The reputation of TRANS- from the State's largest hair- with the Dutch Boy style; also TOYLAND

WORLD HAIRGOODS IMPORT- goods dealer. the new natural hand-made side Combs Lumber And SupplyW.E.
ERS has been achieved through Look your loveliest---people part and their long -- Bill Forrester
service, satisfaction and Quality need never know you wear wig Trans-World price from $9.80 General Manager
merchandise. They are because wigs at Trans-World Combs Owner
and Trans-World has the
Gainesville's most complete Halrgoods Importers are designed fully up. hand Young and old alike appreciate able to advise you In any matters with exciting bargains from
hand-made placed, COMBS LUMBER & SUPPLEIs
lopment this community The
; of
and professional wig shop. and expertly styled exclusively a hobby some sort to to ask about concerning -
and double knotted hand you care TOYLAND.
located at Northwest 8th policy of this firm Is
Step up to the wonderful for YOU! Wigs wig- supply free their mind of dally routine all details regardingyour
textured human hair- We In this Review
European highly
Avenue and 4m Street In Gainesville the highest grade lumber
"WORLD OF WIGS"! Let lets, falls, cascadesyou and worries. Join the list selection.
Trans-World priced from and they are suppUers of and building materials at a recommend this firm for giving -
TRANS-WORLD HAIRGOODS are sure to find just what will of satisfied customers by going TOYLAND wonderful
has a
$39.80 and up.TransWorld. line of building reasonable the people of this and surrounding -
a complete supplies price.In
IMPORTERS and their trained suit your taste and your poc- Importers to TOYLAND located at stock of hobbies arts and
ketbook. Use Halrgoods builder's hardware and this 1970 Review we are 1202 North Main In Gainesville. area many pleasing
YOU time our layaway
helpers held save pro- and
Invites from crafts toys, games, dolls hours of self entertainment
people our lumber. They are dealers for pleased to assure readers
Central our They will be glad to assist
and expense and live !In a life gram your you furniture.
area to come in and let them Armstrong Ceilings Redwood that at the hands of this firm Juvenile through their high quality; yet
free of expensive and time- Master Charge and Bank Amer- In selecting a hobby and well cheer and fun
help you with your selection. ornamental Iron receive Spread good Inexpensive: merchandise.
consuming "hair care". Accept icard. fence folding they the very best ser
their invitation to visit TRANS-WORLD features They are located at 1304 West doors. Berry garage doors and vice and they extend a personal
University Avenue In Gainesville Benjamin Moore Paints., Their invitation to the people of this
their shop and discuss the many straight and curly tapered
Phone 378-0038. merchandise Is priced to sell. section to call at their firm
advantages of owning a wig stretch wigs from $12.80 along GAINESVILLE MONUMENT SERVICE
This company has long been at any time to discuss proposed -
considered to be the leading building plans. They will
dealer In building materialsand be most happy to assist and Mr. and Mrs. Charles La Perle

builder's hardware and offers advise you concerning any Owners and Operators

I ATWATER REALTYMaurice you a complete "One Stop building problems you have. Located at 2135 Southeast 4th be said that anything in the wide. The high quality; of their
Also this Is the
Building Service". They have place for the In Gainesville where they feature way of monuments can be secured merchandise, combined with
S. Atwater, Owner been an Important factor In the "Do-It-Yourselfers" to find a complete stock of monuments from them and you may moderate prices and the ser-

Located In Gainesville at ATWATER REALTY in any expansion, growth and deve- everything they need. and markers. rest assured that the productwill vice they render has brought

1813 Northwest 13th Street, its share to meet that demandIn matter concerning real estate. The high grade monumentsand be of the highest quality. this firm a very large patron-
Phone 378-2468. this section. You will find at this office markers sold here have Special service and compre- age and the confidence of all

The active real estate firm of Here the public has at its evidence of a public spirited Gainesville Heating And been recognized by the general hensive Information will be given the people In this section.
today is one that meets the demands service a firm that has studiedthe policy and a continually active public as the very best and to prospective customers at Mr. and Mrs. Charles La
of conservative people developments of this section concern for the best Interests most economical to purchase all times whether the requestbe Perle do all of the*work per-
of this advancing day and age having been closely identified of the public. If you wish Information Air Conditioning Inc.This because they will last forever. In person or over the tele- sonally for this firm. Mr. and
where all are seeking investments with this section in growth and In the matter of real These monuments and mark- phone. Their reputation as hon- Mrs. La Perle also offer com-
that not only are increasing expansion. They offer both the estate you will wlways find it ers will last as long as the est and straightforward badness mercial sandblasting and cover

value, but where a buying and the selling public cheerfully given at this office firm Is located at 2315 nights Into enjoyable hours of hills around us. It can truly people extends far and the whole state of Florida.

permanent income Is assured. the highest type; of service.Do You are Invited to make Hawthorne Road In Gainesvilleand pleasure Installing an Amana
This firm is doing more than not hesitate to consult this office your headquarters.SULLIVAN'S features the famous Amana air conditioner todayl!

Air Conditioning and Hearing Gainesville Heating and Air
Systems. Conditioning Inc., have em- Reliable Auto

Amana air conditoners are ployed men who are experts In
I manufactured In units to fit the Installation and repair of UNIVERSAL WELDING COMPANYJack

CUSTOM DRAPESSue any size home or office build- these systems. In Just a few Body

Ing. They are attractive efficient hours they can Install your ,
reasonably priced and air conditioner and you will Weathers Owner

& Preston Sullivan' Owners They design draperies for all be excelled. can be easily and quickly In be enjoying Its benefits. It Is IncorporatedCarl

SULLIVAN'S USTOM types of windows. Phone Sulli SULLIVAN'S CUSTOM stalled. to your advantage to consult This firm specializes com Many of the business men and
DRAPES located at 501 South- van's and a representative will DRAPES are experts In this this firm. .Let them give you plete welding service--their farmers of this area offer the
east 2nd in Gainesville. Phone gladly call on you and furnish field and will be glad to help Don't go through another sum estimates now. You will be Wilder, Owner slogan is "Welding Anywhere highest praise for the work
'376-8895. estimates. you with any problems you may mer suffering from the heat amazed at the low cost and Anytime". They are locatedat done In this shop. They are
This establishment Is one of You will find prices are most have. Select from their large In your home or office when will want to be first on their RELIABLE AUTO BODY, INCORPORATED 305 Northwest 12th Avenuein equipped with modem portable
the most prominent drapery reasonable and It will pay you and varied stock of materials. you can have an alr-condltion- list. This firm does all of their Is located at Gainesville. Phone 376-7451 equipment and service for much
houses in this whole section to check with them before re- We, in this Review, are Ing system that will make you sheet metal work too. For Information 1041 South Main In Gainesville. or 3783641. of their work can be handled
of the state, carrying a full decorating. They handle only pleased to compliment SULLI- so comfortable that you won't phone 372-9529 or Phone 378-6031 for service. This company Is one of this right on the Job, thereby giving
line of beautiful fabrics from the finest in quality.,,goods and VAN'S CUSTOME DRAPES on want to go outside. Turn those come by their office at 2315 This enterprising shop specializes section's best equipped weld- speedy service and saving much
have which to choose. They also their expert workmanship can- their very fine service. days of misery and sleepless, Hawthorne Road In Gainesville. In auto painting and repair Ing shops, doing welding work lost time in transporting bro-
slip .
covers."Celebrating of auto bodies and fen from all the surrounding area ken machinery to a shop. All

ders. They have a wide selection and serving both Industrial and work, whether large or small
SHEA'S GLASS COMPANYThis of paints from whichto agricultural Interests In a most job, will always receive the
choose or they can blend up-to-date manner. same Interest and courteous
I WEST GATE MOBILE HOME SALESThe paint so that It will match The UNIVERSAL WELDING consideration.We .
COMPANY has been
this establishment Is striving your car perfectly. If you are especially in this Review recom-
firm Is located at 1313 earnestly to give realization having your car repainted you Instrumental In helping to keep mend this firm to our readers.
Northwest 4th Place In Gaines- will find the color want the wheels of Industry moving.
to you
a new and better serviceto
mobile home of today Is bile home for Choose ville and carries In
The Management of WEST just you. everything those It serves Service Is for your car here.
completely equipped with electric GATE MOBILE HOME SALES from the never ending variety the way of glass auto plate one of the guiding influencesof This firm has the finest In
natural gas or propane has been in the mobile home ; .....from the largest to the and mirror. You will find here this firm. The people and equipment and experience and
appliances. They are Insulated business for some time and smallest. Dollar for dollar the the most up-to-date mirrors merchants alike have learned Is capable of giving your cara COLONIAL FLOWERSat
in all kinds of weather and equipped offers only mobile homes they mobile home is by far the for console buffet and many this and rely on them for superior paint Job equal to the one
with bath
and shower best Investment In housing a- other uses; also glass for windows
can personally recommend. qualities In glass and It had when it came from the
facilities, and some with wash- They are well constructed and vailable. either double strengthor supplies. factory. There is an art to repairing -
ers and dryers. priced so that the Intending A home of this type can be plate. They will cut It to This and painting an automobile This firm is located at 1220 all times, find a variety
Millions of people live In purchaser gets the very best purchased for less than the any desired size and fit it for this same company location has for 40 been at and making It look new West University Avenue in of beautiful seasonal flowers
mobile homes today because for his money. price of an automobile and paid you. They are equipped to cut which further years their again! The owner of this firm Gainesville. Phone 372.5775 grown from the best stock a-
they have discovered it is a for In convenient monthly pay) glass most efficiently and em- customers of assures supervises the work done on or 372-5349. vallable. Prices are always

very convenient, carefree and Stop in at the lot located at manta When you buy a mobile ploy only skilled cutters. In making excellent this Review service. every car so you may be sure Here they carry an excel- reasonable due to their large
economical way of life, and home home Is lent selection of cut flowers and extensive business. Their
4500 Northwest 6th Street and your completely wish to compliment SHEA'S that your car will receive per-
many are purchased for port- They feature only the high- that Includes designs are distinguished for
their new location at 4431 North- furnished with modem GLASS COMPANY sonal attention. practically all varieties -
able farm homes and est quality materials !in all and direct their
by sports- up-to-date furnishings and no matter what very appropriate appear-
west 13th Street in Gainesville.You through you
men for hunting and fishing. too will discover a mo out--ready for you to move in! their products. By cooperation the attention of our readersto Don't find yourself the owner desire, Just phone and they will ance. They also have Christmas
this reliable business firm of a car that is beat up as
with their customers by forethought see that your wishes are car- balls and a lot of doityourself -
of the community which has add- dull and drab. For a
In planning to meet well as ried out. Their cut flowers items for your selection.
their needs in the employment ed to the development of this very reasonable price you can
are kept in the best condition Remember that nothing better
I GAINESVILLE HEARING AID CO.has of the most modern facilities section. Phone 3724353. make it look new again You will as they have provided all facilities expresses your thoughtfulness -
find all the charges very reasonable than flowers
Auto necessary to keep the ; they speak
at Reliable Body.
stock in prime bloom. in every language and are one

18 Years Serving service is unexcelled. It behooves made a study of this prob- Incorporated.on your For body and free fender estimates For floral decorations for of the world's most appreciated

Florida's Hearing Impaired" any one In need of helpin lem and knows the needs and Quality Glass And repair work, as well as auto weddings or banquets, their gestures of remembrance.
Mirror. Inc. service Is unique. for funerals
GAINESVILLE HEARING AID his hearing to consult Galnesvill demands of the public painting, this is the place to COLONIAL
CO. of Gainesville is locatedat Hearing Air Co. In Gainesville One of the greatest necessities -- go. We recommend the work their designs assure you FLOWERS iere-
106 East University Ave send card letter Is modern this final tribute has been most commended 10 all
or a or of life today of this firm to all our read- readers or
call this well known com- this
nue. Phone 3760095. Here Is for full Information and an appointment service and there has never QUALITY GLASS & MIRROR or They will gladly give ers. fitting and proper. You will. Review

featured the TELEX hearingaid. when In Gainesville.The been a service rendered to INC., located at 3035 Northeast19th pany.free estimates on glass, and
TELEX fits the hearingaid Telex hearing aid Is one mankind as dependable as modern Drive. Gainesville,has long auto safety glass installed while
to each Individual. The of the world's and Is
consultant Telex hearing aids. been recognized as this sec- wait. They guarantee their .
is very apt and accu- designed to attract the least Gainesville Hearing Aid Co. tions' leading glass concern you glass In all lines.
rate In taking audlometrlc mea possible attention to the wearer will be pleased to demonstratethe featuring glass for every need The of this firm I
surements. With Oils service No longer does one need style of hearing aid most or requirement. They are always are thououghly managers familiar with all Roberts Motors & Equipment Co.
patrons are provided with continuous to have a dread or feel the suitable to you. They feature pleased to have you stop phases of the glass business.
personal care for unInterrupted least bit conspiclous while of hearing aids
all other types In and Inquire about your glass Fair and honest methods at
better hearing.This wearing a hearing aid. Telex and repair all makes also.
problems, whether for residential To be
all times, Individual service successful, a dealer Their stock is complete In
or commercial requirements to every customer, along with must give the people what they all seasons of the year and built a reputation that Is to
superior merchandise has been want when they want it. This you may visit their showroomand be envied. In this Review we
I POOCH PARLORPeggy This firm handles auto glass responsible for much of the has been the widespread reputation look over their equipment wish to compliment ROBERTS
for all makes of cars and offers beauty; and comfort of this and that ROBERTS MO- It will be to your advantage to MOTORS & EQUIPMENT CO.
Shealey, Owner a complete glass and glazing surrounding territory. TORS & EQUIPMENT CO. In see these Implements before located at 2373 Southwest Ar-
service. For the very best For Information on any glass Gainesville has gained among purchasing. It is a well known cher Road in Gainesville forgiving
The POOCH PARLOR la This firm Is a real friend to of fancy grooming, or Just a and superior quality glass see problem phone 3786396.PON'S the people of this and surrounding fact that this firm can save such satisfactory service -
located at 4411 Northwest 6th the people of this area. They bath, call POOCH PARLOR at territories. They are com- you money on new machinery to the farmers of this
Street In Gainesville and features feature bathing, dipping, and 376-8583 in Gainesville.We pletely reliable and handle the and parts.A ) community.; For a complete
washing grooming and show clips, In addition to poodle recommend this reliable popular Alils-Chalmers and standard policy of fair stock of replacements parts) ,
clipping for poodles with styling ; puppies and pet supplies firm to all readers of this
David Brown Tractors and E. treatment in all dealings hasWLrL timely service in case of break-
by professional groomers.. POOCH PARLOR )knows the 1970 Business Review. You will AUTO SALVAGEJ.P. qulpment. down and excellent service be
There are many styles from pet grooming business and is be pleased with the service offered sure to phone 372-5825.
which to choose. No tranquilizers throughly capable In this re- by POOCH PARLOR and -
All work Is done be of the .: .- -
are used. spect. you can proud results Pens Owner - -
by people who care about pets. Whether your pet Is in need your pet receives from

POOCH PARLOR. For used and rebuilt auto AUTO SALVAGE. All their employees We RepOir"TYPEWRITERS

parts, go to PON'S AUTO SALVAGE are familiar with automobiles
I Crevasse's Nursery and located 2 miles west and trucks and are
Landscape Company of Hawthorne.. Phone 481-2397. courteous and accommodating.
Many do not realize the value In compiling this Review we
of an auto wrecking concernto wish to take this opportunity;

CREVASSE'S NURSERY AND does landscape planning help plans and advise you on any the community. This firm to recommend this firm to the
LANDSCAPE COMPANY located beautify a home but It Increases Job. They have a complete will pay the highest price for people of this community.; See ADDING
your old auto or one that has them for used parts or when- MACHINES
at 2015 Southeast Hawthorne the value as well. When nursery stock and you need
Road in Gainesville offers a you select shrubbery for your not wait several weeks foryour been In a wreck. They will takeIt ever you have an automobile
complete landscape planning yard It Is something that Is order to arrive. Orders are to their lot where they will that is no longer In running
service. They specialize in as permanent as the house It- filled promptly. remove all usable parts; belts condition to sell. CALCULATORSSale

trees, shrubs, fertilizers insecticides self. Therefore good taste and Beautify your home by hav- and rivets are cut; good parts
tools and gardensupplies. Judgement should be Incorporated ing shade trees and shrubs such as fenders transmissions If your car needs auto repairs Service
into Its planning.) and enjoy the time you spendIn engines In running order etc. let PON'S AUTO SALVAGE Rental
Home owners should take advantage The CREVASSE'S NURSERY your yard. Just phone 376- are segregated into separate supply your parts. They
of the service offered AND LANDSCAPE COMPANY 2514 or cony byatCREVASSE'S stock and the rest Is placedon will save you money. Theyhave Bradford County Telegraph
,by this reliable firm. Without has had experience NURSERY TD LANDSCAPE a scrap heap to be used for parts for most makes and mo

trees, shrubbery and flowers, In this fieldrand are experts COMPAN. ..J get free estimates Junk.Many dels. sThey are known to all Phone 964-6305
any home looks plain. Not only In landscape planning. the next time you are In dollars may be saved In this' section for their fair

They. are willlniy.._._.. #_*% dos.cuss Gainesville. In parts .purchased at PON'S and honest dealings.

SEPT. 17 1970

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LAWTEY; r 6" SAVE.T __

__ A'1l( Green Stamps!
By EllA Blanchard _

P" ._ .. A.. -I- __ ___

CHURCH ACTIVITIES Everyday Low Prices!
Grace United _
Methodist: Sun- L1LL
day School 9:45 a.m. Worship _
MYF services 8pmSundayChoirprac-11 a-m> and 8 pm. Weekly Specials!

tice 7' p.m.. Prayer service 8 11 'll / I, i
P.m. Wednesday.
First Baptist: Sunday School _
9:45: a.m.. Worship services I
11 a.m. and 8 p.m.. Training I _- ,
Union 7 p.m., Midweek ser- b \ r __
vices Wednesday 8 p.m.
..Church of God: Sunday School ;
10 a.m., Worship services 11 L1. I __L-
I .
a.m. and 7:30 p.m.YPE Thurs- L
day 7:30 110m.Highland :
Baptist: Sunday : T
School 9:45 LCOO ORBS r
: a.m. Worship ser- p
vices 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m.,
Prayer services Wednesday
7:30 p.m., followed by Choir "
Friends will regret to learn
that Harold Starling Is seriously -
R rvd
ill In Alachua General Hos- WIMP DIXIE STORES. INC COPYHIOHT. 1970
pital in Gainesville. Friends
who have visited him are Mr.
Mrs. Harry Wllkerson Mrs.
Morris Grlffls, Mrs. Edward
Akrldge Mrs. J.L. Wllkerson. %
and Mr. and Mrs.Tommy Ross. _
We are pleased to note that _
Mrs. O.J. Phillips Is at home HAMSSHANK
after three weeks treatment In
Baptist Hospital Jacksonville.Rev. r Yd y I
and Mrs. Don Denton
T.V. Duck Mrs. T.L. WainWright r. r
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene : -'
Starling Mrs. Ernest Wells 12-1718.
Mrs. R.E. Lee and Miss Enza
Blanchard attended a district 'l AVERAGELB.
meeting at First Methodist A HALF
Church In Gainesville last a
Thursday evening.Mr. .
and Mrs. John Morrisof .t
Jackson, Ala. were weekend 58C
guests of Mr. and Mrs. II.E. "
Priest. I
Mr. and Mrs. James Starlingwho I ... .
have been living In Denver -. ..,,
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::: -
Colo. for some time have --- -
returned to their home here.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ter-
rell and son of Gainesville were FULL CUT ROUNDSTEAK
weekend of
guests Mrs. Joseph
Dorko. r 49
Mr. and Mrs. Ronny McClellan I
of Jessup, Ga. spent the
weekend with their respective r BEEF
parents Mr. and Mrs. Mack COVMNMlMT GlADIBlU. s'V"..?. .'
Sweat of the State Farm and S. CHOICE; > '
Mr. and Mrs. L.M. McClellan. .
Mr.. and Mrs. Coleman Phil- ---- ,

lips and son of Macclenny were 'tx*
visiting Mrs. O.J. Phillips dur- N T
ing the weekend.
Visitors of Mr.and Mrs.W.F. i 10
Moore over the weekend were "B wh LBS.LB. .
Mr. and Mrs. R.C. (Chuck)
Moore of Lake City.
Visiting Mr. and :Mrs R.L. .
Bradley on Saturday were Mr.
and Mrs. Randall Bradley and .

Jacksonville.Mr.Jamie .on Sunday Bradleyand all of Pork Chops . LB.79c London Broil LB. $139) Salami or Ham ?PK : 49C Pork Roast. . LB. 59c

visiting his brother-in-law and Sliced Bacon .49C Round Steak 99<= Meat Dinners 99C Perch Fillets. LB.59c
sister Mr. and Mrs. R.E.Eng -. LB. 2.LB. .

attended weekend.the On Lee Sunday family they annual all Rump Roast. LB. $129) Beef Steakettes LB.89c Sliced Bacon "*". 79 Cheese lB.79c
reunion at the J.C. Lee Farmin
Joey Dobbs of Jacksonville Shoulder Roast. 5119) Pork LB.69c 39C Pimento Cheese 69c
LB. Sausage Turkey . LB. PKG.
spent Saturday with his grandparents -
Mr. and Mrs. A.D.



Business i
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viii Limit One with $5. or More v > I Limit One Coffee Your Choice with $5. or
oel L Purchase Excluding Cigarettes More Purchase Excluding Cigarettes
ShOU :
DirectoryAuto :

Sales and Service

Parrish Motors Sliced Peaches 5 No.CANS 2Vi $1 00 Cooking Oil . 48 01.. 88c I IBTL. Sauce. .8 CANS'9))00 Prestige Bread 2 -'Es59c


SALES SERVICE cfI Macaroni Dinner 71/A PKG.' 'oA. 18C Corn Flakes . I 1800.PKG. 28C Lima Beans 8 No.CANS 906 M00 1 Apple I Jelly a '18'00.JAR 39C


Garden Peas. 4 o.3S'- $1) Frosted Flakes Ip IPKG' 28c Green Beans 6 Nc0AN0s3l00) Detergent . &. 68c
Always Good Used Can

'Z1 Laura St. Ph. 358-5454 Cooking Oil 'BTU... 68' Facial Tissue. 4 !o CT.. $100) Tuna Fish .3 CANS' M) Butter .. LB.69c



Electric MotorsSold uoG G 10 00
I J 'e a 3 ROLLS
Generators Rewinding.- Serviced- Starters- Repaired Armature 4 TOWELS

4044 Lenox Jax. 387-2528 46-oz. r -



Tomatoes . LB.25c

GRAPES Apples . .4 BAG 59C Lima Beans Eggo WafflesPOLY


Potatoes 10 BAG: 69c Fish Sticks .-": 49c
ORGANS Potatoes 4 59C Potatoes 5 .L: 79cI ALL FLAVORS
Roosevelt Mall-3M-8SH LBS Fry

u.s.No I ASTOIIYellow

WESTERN STORE Onions 3 B39c Orange Juice 6 CANS O 99C


LITTLE DUDE 249 Pears LB.29c Steakettes ::S: $119


Western Clothing. Leatner Crisp Carrots SAa )10 Rocket Bars ". 69 GAL.
good Saddle and Trailer

Mt Charles 8.! EdCBWOod* Sharon- SS4-111 Patty Potatoes 2 SAGS 69c Topping . P 59e

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., "', /'/""/" ;> ,/ 1 I Are You Bugged By Love Bugs ? I

,, -' #" 0'1 !k
/' > :
,,; -" fJt"t8r. and most of their breed-
Don't look but thj
"' now. back or sting, but they manage to WMonld flies," the little black ing la done along highway mar-
y ,' : "love bugs" are again make a nuisance of themsleves Insects which are always\ seen rfns. From there, they take
for their semi-annual visit.
:, The current Invasion Is heav- by splattering up the windshields In mating pairs, are now at off to Infest nearby towns and
: and radiators of motor of production. Because -
their peak cities.
ier than last spring's, so Flo-
;" ;-",:: ." rida's population Is IncreasingIn Scientifically classified aaFlorida's of humid develop much How can:you avoid having your
"love bugs" as well as car messed up with love bugs?
a'c people. Dr. Lawrence A. Hetrlck. University !-
l Love bugs produce two generations I of Florida entomologist

a year. The spring suggests Installing a piece of
TyI ,1 !W11 crop comes off from the end window screen on your radia-

'm of April to the latter part of BACK UP YOUR tor to catch the blblonlds.When)
;: May, and the fall season Is !the bugs get stuck In radiator

from early September to Oct- TALK frills, they can cause over-
ober. The Invasions usually last heating of the motor or nonfunctioning -
from three to four weeks. YOUR of the air conditioning -
The pests develop In any moist WITH system.Dr. .

situation where decaying vegetable /I Hetrick says that driving -
matter, such as grass A3''tfi4 VOTE at lower speed will avoid
along roadsides, Is present. hitting the bugs with such force
Females lay gray. Irregularly- that they splash all over the
shaped eggs in or on top of windshield. They halt their

__ the soil, under partially] decayed ONSEPT. at dark and do not resume
MH mmr*y. -"*fi> *sr *\ Ta *- 1 1Cditoriallu flights -
vegetation.It until about 10 a.m. the
Is estimated that the Sep- 29 following day.Although .
tember 1969 flights of adult spiders catch a few

.. .... files extended over approximately of the adult flies, they are avoided -
.. ,
".j. --' ', one-fourth of the land .
i 'fP..Vt:7i7 < r:r"M' '
\ : .. .. .... ''-'' 'Ke a 7 by many predators.
...__ W.i' '" '" I,., .".. area of Florida] with the North any ; Birds. dragonflies, toads,
", -... '.... .., .. Central section hit hardest. frogs, and lizards pay no attention
During this flight Florida High to them. Many of the"honeymooning"
way Patrol pilots and observersIn pairs are

Alachua County reported.. killed on the highways by mo-
Soeahin The ing adult files at altitudes of this
Big to tor vehicles, slaughter -
1,000 1,500 feet. Fishermen
has little effect on the total
have also reported flights of .
adult files over the marine
Parade.19J7 waters of the Gulf of Mexico one has ventured to guess
what ecological factors have
and the Atlantic Ocean.
e hK resulted In the love bug population
believe Bugs It are not scavengersand I explosion In recent years.
or helpful
Election In RetrospectWhen In maintaining the balance of I7vt' iI' Nor has anyone come up witha
suggestion on how to disseminate -
nature by reincorporating
organic -
birth control Information
materials back Into soil -
J' the love
among bug
it comes to the contents of the backing of labor to boot, came In Parades have always been components. They don't bite = population.

have from third. popular in Starke and here is
boxes, more surprises come LI p/
a "spectacular" on East Call
the ballot box down through the ages Street along about 1917. The Slade ForcesTo p

than ever were released from Pan- Another surprise was In store for exact occasion is not known Many Disabled f

dora's famous box in Greek mytho- the Democratic nomination for Gover- but flag-bearing Boy Scouts led Meet Here DON'T BE A POLITICAL DROPOUTWill

logy. nor, where most political observershad the procession followed by girls Vets Overlooked

picked Attorney General Earl Fair- over a 18 count; Low Cost InsuranceMany
The First Primary Election of September cloth and State Senator John E. Mathewsas also(possibly waving Campfire flags. Bringing Girls?), area supporting State Sen. Throughout the nation men and women within. i

8 was no exception, when a First Primary victors. Faircloth the rear is a horse-drawn wag up Tom Slade in his bid for the the parties are laying the groundwork for Novem
in Florida made it but Mathews third behind with cabinet position of state trea- disabled Florida veterans |
new look seemed to emerge ran on a crooked wheel. ber's election. Many candidates face primary oppo- '
surer and Insurance
not themselves |
politics as the result of ballotingIn the "fresh young face" of State Senator recognizable.Several of the The Scouts art will] meet Friday commissioner Sept- sition. This provides an opportunity to select those are of valuable] availing low-cost Insurance -- ?)5

which some prestigious names lost Reubin Askew, who upset all predict- bearer In front is Wilbur standard Scott 18, from 7.9p.m. at the Starke candidates representing your points-of-view to be according to M.T. Dlx- 1*;
ions. Askew based his campaigning on ; Golf and Country Club. ?
ground. second from right (unidentified on, Florida] Veterans Service ,
the nominees in November.
tax reform to give lower-income Flo- ) followed En- The public is invited to visit party Director. 'f
by Gary
From the inevitable post mortems ridians a break. He called for new nls, Hay; Colley, Rufus Tatum with Sen. Slade at 9 p.m. after There is a lot of homework to be done. Local, Veterans with disability ratIngs s;;

that follow every election, a few con- taxes on "special interests who have and Telfair Long. the meeting.. Everyone Is welcome state and national issues should be analyzed, discussed given by should the Veterans Administration for- 1k:

clusions may be reached with a degree freeloaded on this state too long." and decisions made. special RH Insurance apply which has /,

of safety.\ One is that Florida Among other things, this Included a There is more to politics than just "talk." .Each premiums so low that a 25

voters aren't entirely satisfied with call for a corporate Income tax. one of us should back up our "talk" with a vote. year old veteran can start a
Its womoVs
some of their incumbent officeholders; o ) $10,000 Insurance program for
If have idea that be out-of-
another Is that money and television In this particulary( race, preelection ''- r you any you might only $2.60 a month accordIng i 1
town voting day-either the primary the to EUxon. :
pi on or general -
time don't always insure election anda polls and newspaper endorsementstook
Combining the $10,000 RH Insurance '
election then by all means take the time and
i ,
third conclusion is that the pres- a licking. Mathews was endorsedby with the $10,000 con- '

tige of a Dade County\ residency isn't far and away the greater numberof make the effort to secure an absentee ballot. Then verted SGLI at standard rates 1

tantamount to victory at the polls.It the state's leading daily newspapers, By Martha Sue McCain it.We provides disabled veterans with :?

can be safely assumed,, on the Including Askew's home town paper, County Extension could go back in history to the many elections the opportunity of carrying

basis of the returns, that a few new, while the West Florida senator got i Home Economics Agent decided by one vote. We don't think it neces- $20,000 comparatively worth of low Insurance premiumsand at

youthful faces, with fresh approaches, the nod of only a :very few. sary. The only way you can prevent becoming a at a time when many could

captured the voters' Imagination In an not qualify for other Insurance,
political drop-out is to make sure that cast
election that otherwise bordered on As for polls, a Democratic one painted Want to try something different large quanlties and It will not you DIxon said,

the dull side. a fairly good picture for the can- ? How aboutCHOCOLATE spoil In storage. your vote. He added that RH National ,(
Use Left Over Foods do Service Life Insurance Is available -
didacy of Chuck Hall for Governor, CARROT CAKE ,
Some interesting trends One package ((I cup) semi- not throw them out. ] to veterans who were I
very were but the Miami Mayor, In spite of his separated from service after
sweet morsels 3 sifted Buy By Cost Per Serving.
reflected in the September 8 results. "charisma" and Rolls Royce, managedto all-purpose flour, cups I teaspoon Meat accounts for about a thirdof Hunting Dates AnnouncedRoad April 24, 1951 and who have '

For Instance, veteran U.S. Represen- carry only two counties one of baking powder, 1 teaspoon bak- the food cost. Less expensive been rated by the VA as baring

tative Wm. C. Cramer became a threatto them Dade, and that by a skinny mar- ing soda, 1 teaspoon salt, 1 or less popular cuts or a service-connected dis

Gov. Claude Kirk as the "Mr. Big"of gin. teaspoon cinnamon 1/2 teas- meat have the same nutritional hunting calendar for ISO.ShooUJw. ability.; Application should be

Florida's Republican Party.\ The poon nutmeg, 1/4 teaspoon value as popular or *vnensve the 1970-71 season, as set by the hours for all made within one year from the
resident date of notice
ground cloves, l 11/4 cups sugar, cubl.---- Game and Fresh Water Fish granting
results were doubly disappointing to One of the most surprising upsetsof game are from one-half connection for disability. Veterans
3/4 ;
Kirk in that he failed to a cups butter or margarine, Shop Without The ChildrenIf Commission Is as follows: hour before sunrise to one-half
all was the failure of Treasurerand 2 eggs, 1/2 cups water, 1 cup Possible. the September 5 Rail and must be In good health .
They pad
grocery hour after '
First Primary victory over his two sunset. Shooting aside from their service
Insurance Commissioner
Broward shredded carrots, 1 cup raisins galllmUe
list season .tate-
by their wants. (So opens hours
for ducks
coot rails
opponents, and his backing also failedto Williams to gain his party's\ nomi- Melt semi-sweet chocolate does "hubby" usually). wide. galllnules, woodcock and, nected disabilities.

elect Harrold Carswell as the GOP nation. He was defeated by Miami morsels In top of double boil- Where Do You Ship? Prices September 12Archery season are from one-half hour before snipe obtained Complete from Information may be
nominee for the U.S. Senate seat er over hot (not boiling) water. do Compare to opens statewide. any Veterans
Shores attorney and County\ Commis- Remove from heat.Sift together vary. prices the sunrise to sunset Legal hunt- County Service Officer, or by

also sought by Cramer. sioner Tom O'Malley, who was one flour, baking powder, baking one type; store food that to another.you buyfrom Super- closes October except 2Archery for special season managed noon Ing hours to for dove are from writing M.T. Dixon Box 1437,
of the young (36)) new faces on the soda, salt, cinnamon nutmegand markets are usually less expensive hunts and regular season should check St. Petersburg.
The 16-year congressional veteran statewide political scene. O'Mallev will cloves; set aside. Com- than are small con- bow hunting. summary of
hunting rules
from St. Petersburg had little trouble now fight It out In the General Elect bine sugar and butter; beat, venience groceries which stay October: 3- First phase dove regulations for special and regulations. -

with former Judge Carswell,who flared ion with Senator Tom Slade of.Jacksonville well blended.' Beat In eggs, open long hours. season opens. local exceptions and 197 ASC
at time. Add melted
one a
Into the national spotlight when Presi- Learn to recognize needs ver- October 31Deer.. bear. turkey wildlife management
whose successful campaignfor area re-
chocolate. Gradually stir dry and
squirrel quail season
dent Nixon nominated him for the the Republican nomination was Ingredients Into chocolate mix- sus wants.feed Excessive and expenditures in- opens In Southern Zone. gulations. Group NamedFarmers "
encourage Hunting license
Supreme Court, only to be rejectedby generally predicted.So ture alternately with the water. flation. Take time to shop care- November ]- First phase dove of all hunters except are residents required
the Senate. Add carrots and raisins; mix Materials season close.
fully. to help get 35
you years of
age and
what conclusions may be drawn well.9 x 2-lnch Turn baking Into a greased and bake 13 x the most for dollars spent are November 13- Rail and gallinule children under 15, to hunt all recently named to

Carswell had campaigned on the issue from all this? Money Is nice to have in 350 degrees for pan 35 minutes. available from you local Extension November season closes resident and migratory game. serve as the Agricultural Stab-
Home,Economics Office- 14Deer bear, A ilization
of the Senate "ultra duck stamp IB and Conservation
around, but it doesn't guarantee elect- Cool. Frost with a chocolate required to
Agriculture CenterStarke. turkey, squirrel and quail season (ASC)
take ducks, and a Bradford County Com-
liberals, but was soundly defeated Ion. ditto, newspaper endorsements, frosting. If desired. Cut in 2- Help Is available simply"for opens In Western Zone. area stamp Is required management to hunt mittee for the coming year are:

this time by home-state conservatives.On television time, the backing of organized Inch squares. Yields 24 the asking." Woodcock season opens state on wildlife management areas. Leaton Morgan, Jr. elected In

groups such as'labor, and the squares. wide. 1968, L.L. Dyal elected In 1969
the Democratic side State Sena- This Is Consumer Education November 21Dear. and Clyde ,
predictions of pre-election polls. Evena bear Cone of Brooker
tor Lawton Chiles turned Month. Here are a few tips on turkey, squirrel and quail season 1,294 elected this for three
a walking "fresh new face" is no absolute how to control cost of food for Can Now In HereReceive year a .
opens Western }
Zone. year term
tour of Florida Into votes at the ballot of election several of
guarantee as the family: Woodcock
Get Citrus Area season spans state Alternates elected N.G.
box and came In second to former Plan Your Food Aug. were
these went down In defeat on Sep- wide. Hayes, Sr. of Brooker, and Albert -
Governor Farris Bryant for theparty's tember 8, while a few of them won. Make a shopping list ant Gun Applications November 26- Duck and Coot Welfare Funds Tyson Sr. of Starke. The
; nomination to the U.S. Senate. stick to iU This will help avoid season opens statewide. 1970 election was held by mall

Here again money did not talk so Perhaps that's what makes elect- purchasing* unnecessary items. November 29Second phase balloting September 111. '
Use a Shopping List to Applications for the Citrus dove closes.
loud, as Jacksonville Senator Fred Ions so Interesting. .you just can't Help avoid Impulse Buying. Wildlife Management Area gun December season I 19Third phase Paymenta to aged,blind,disabled Warren County Carver Executive Director t'"

Shultz, a reputed millionaire who had figure them out-- in advance, that is. Read Your Newspater Ads. hunt, November 14.15, are now dove season opens. ent children persons and aid depend the ASC county points farmer-com-out that If'
Most groceries have specialsor available, and should be obtained January 3Deer, bear and totaled Bradford County nuttee Is In charge of local
Mevw __IA!'. lossleaders. Plan your by hunters who wishto $48,57. In August and
turkey season closes In Southern went of such national
around these in the hunt, and ,according
'OrEg menues bargain participate farm
Zone. to the programs -
Division as the Agricultural
of .,
Family Services
and returned to
foods, If they are the type; be completed January 11- Third phase dove In Conservation Pro-
--- Jacksonville.
JLruI.rTito Game and
-- food you buy. the office of the season close. gram, the Cropland Adjust- .

*4. Shop When You Are Rested. Fresh Tallahassee Water, by Fish October Commission 16. January 17Deer, bear and fbr, County received $38,215 merit Program the feed grain .t

r not when you are tired or hun- be obtained turkey season closes In Central persons Union$19072 Program, acreage allotmentsand ""
gry. Applications may Zone. Snipe season closes for 496 marketing
from Tallahassee, or persons, and Baker quotas, com
Take Time To Read The from Commission offices in statewide. County$18.744 for 539 per8CXl8. modity; price-supportloansand
Labels. Do January 20Duck and Coot storage
the facility
you compare loans.
Panama City, Lake City, Ocala
and ; season closes. $10,618,021 The ASCS
weights measures' Wlth- ] was paid county office at
Lakeland and West Palm Beach. to334,881
ou reading the labels you can- Gun hunters will be limited January 21Special Scaup persons In Florida during Auof Starke Is headquarters for the

Bradford County not possibly know which pro- this season to one hunt, with season opens In specified areas. SiSSWJ? the Division- county committee, and servesas
"- ... ducts are your best buys. number of hunters' again January 24Deer, bear and ] .. Avenge the farmers' local contact
TELEGRAPH What ]Ingredients Make Up the The turkey season closes Western .ent per person was for business connected with
limited to 1,200. drawing : aged
The Product? The label will Zone. Woodcock season closes '50.77, bUnd( $658] Participation In the programsadmirastered
o /lll for the 1,200 special permits, totally
ESTABLISHED 1879 tell you all you need to do Is s disabled $83.52, and dspendsnt by the committee.
:: ; '. '-"> read.Do which will be provided free of January 31Special scarp cbl1dren W.OL These programs encourage
,... You Know The Lan- charge, will be held In the season closes. conservation and Increase farm
t.._ :\ ---; Of Labels? For Tallahassee office of the commission .- February 21Quail and returns
example squr- the total by means of price sup
81Of DtnYmeats
fN.Maaa 4'111 Bible what is the different between on October 26. rel season closes In Southern of$10, ports and market supply
I find my delight in thy "gravy and beer and "beel Each application form may Zone. .60,309 anted the rela P81d ,- management, as well as b-
FU R ESS commandments.Psalms( and gravy?" contain up to five names, and February 28-Quail and squirrel 157,7U WU paid by p,- payments '
119:47)). Choose The Grade Or must list the 1970-71 public season closes In Central Fedenl tunds.

ASS 0 T 0 N All of us really want the Quality Product Best Suited hunt area permit number of Zone.
establishment of harmony and To Your Need. Why buy whole each applicant.If children under March 6- Spring turkey gobbler to addition to
canned tomatoes for stew?Less 16 years of age are Included season opens south of qty welfare check, 1he Otd1VlJWt
I redjrfents
order. We take
a fundamentalstep expensive crushed tomatoes among the five, It Is necessary: State Road#50. Cram also benefitsJBarsssaSSS
in this direction when we would serve as well. that an adult be Included In March 7- Quail and squirrel cbased medical for services pur
review the cornerstone of our Compare Store Brands Ver- the parly. season closes in Western Zone. Hoel'itallJatloa them by the Division.
,I E. L. MATTHEWS. E41iior-P ",.* faith-the commandments and sus National Brands. Often Hunters must also possess March 20- Spring turkey gob- medicine and Pre&et1becl

.u.hed esoh Thursday .!< catered m Soand adopt them for present day liv store brands are equally good a valid hunting license In addition g"r, season opens north of cI.Pfeaq 01.Mrvlce.old usstamei

CUM Matter at the Fort Office *i Starfce, Florid ing. As we affirm divine order and less expensive. Try a can. to a public hunt area tateBoadfSO. aid to the blind qe aid .

valet. Aot *f March 3rd. U7I.ektertpUoa in our mind body and affairs,, Buy In The Most Econo- under permit 15 2.50 and for $5.00 children for March 21-Spring turkey gobbler with dependent to lImJUel (N
/ la frsd we allow the fullness of all life, mical Quality! ; Why buy two season closes
areai 1 year, 15.OOi> Outside all residents up to age 85>. south of
trade Area: 1 year. ....* all light, and all good will com<< pounds several of members sugar when In there are No name will be honored on State Road f 50.
to us. costs less fam1b'lSugar In more than one application. April 4-Spring turkey gobbler ssssFswM "Few children: are guiltyof
per pound season closes north of State. thoughtless mischief: ; they
A ..-.. .1.. TELEGRAPH SEPT. 17, 1970 .. plan It."

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Dr. G. H. PutnamTo 1st Oosmtr /. Aa. IT.. llmaiurd Cwauty, )(OT ICE TO BIDDERS
I III Open Practice b 1a. NotfcT! la hereby, oven thataeu4ed BRADFORD-UNION AREA VOCAnONAL-T HIfICAL CENTER:
In re: Estate of Malcolm A. biue win .u. received
4 Qault. eceaed.. by tae Bradford County Boardof 609 NORTH ORANGE: STREET
Here October 1 Notice To Creditor Public luvuuciiun. at tn. STARVE FLORIDA
All creditor of Malcolm A. office of Ute Auvvintendent
Gault. deceased who died on of Puollo lUMtruouon. llrad-
Dr. George H. Putnam, who July SI. IHTO. while a resident ford County; fo.i oitlce box
Of Bradford County. Florlaa. 8U.: SturHe. 4'lorlo.a' until 7:40:
was formerly a urologlcal Burgeon are> notified that they are r.- P.m. hOV.; on the day of "Sup.tember GENERAL: ADULT EDUCATION EVENING CLASS SCHEDULEThe
In Gainesville for 22 years qulrod to file any claim or *i>. 19tit. for ,the con.
will be In the Dr. T.G. Rltchbuilding demand that they may have .btwutuild:
; asalnlllt hi. Estate In the Of- : High School following .schedule le for the general adult education classes
on E. Call Street flee of the County Judge of Btarlte. Floridaat
starting October 1 for general Bradford County. Florida. Inth whlcn time Bids will be and CED: testing periods. The year has been arranged for three trimesters.If .
Courthouse at mark: *. publicly Opened and read aloud. you wish to take a course ;you should enter the class during the first
practice and minor urology. Florida within six: calendar Any Bid received after the
Dr. Putnam has been a mem- month. from the date of th* time and date specified Herein two weeks of the trliester In which ;you wish to attend. If enrollment does
first publication of this No- will not be conviaored. not justify a olass It will be discontinued for that trimester and
ber of the Bradford County tic. Each claim or demand flan. Upeoiiiiauun: and reopenedfor
Hospital staff since Its openIng must b. In writing; and filed In Contract Luwuene may be the next one on the schedule. Registration fee Is $1.50 per trlnester.
duplicate, and must tate the vxaiuliiucl. at lint otiice of Don
Classes will be held from iOO to 10100
1 here. For the past two Jlace of residence and post ot It. Morgan" Arcnllect. A.I.A., ? p.m.
years he has been doing emer- address of the claimant Poet Office Box 981 Omen. Cove
t end b* ewoin to by the claimant Uptime, vloiIda: the Aasocla-
gency room work at the Lake- his agent or his attorney, lea ii.".a.... twilreetors' Plan TRIMESTER I
land General HospitaL or it will become void accordIn lioom. Jacksonville Florida!

Dr. and Mrs. Putnam am. Dated: law.this 11th day of Au*> and Piun F.HOOJII W.Lodge jaiitaoutuie.. Corporation Flor) Registration................................. .September 8, 1970

now residing at Keystone ".t. A. D. 1970.S ida. Beginning Date................................September. l4, 1970
( ) William Eera Oault A-k-a Plan and Specification
Heights, and plan to build a William B. Oault. Sr. may be obtained an follow: CED Testing.................................October 12-16. 1970
Wt ;1j1 [jt home In that area. Malcolm: Executor A. of Oault the deceased.Estate of on Getittial receipt of) "",I40.uu...t..actor.Up plus 4 perCent Last day of trimester I.......................November 25, 1970

George H. Pierce. Atty. sale tax: two (U) sets ofPlans Thanksgiving Holidays.................. .......November 26 & 27, 1970
8UPJEK STICK Vinyl Plastic, P. O. Drawer 1030 and Spetilflou.tlone for
11 Robert Starling Places Dogs In Field Trials Stark. Fl*- till project will be forwarded
letters aD sizes, colors. Perm teat U17 collect. If Plan .and Specification -
inset for use on wood glum are returned In good
Robert Starling of Starke ond on the bench with Starling's 'Ieatheft condition within ten day COURSE NIGHTS COURSE NIGHTS
placed In the toP ten with four Little plastic, paper metal after receipt of Bids, the full4.po.lt
Snow and fourth
ANYTHINai I Bradford CountTelegraph ( wad be refunded.
''I of his fox hounds in .....' Court la AMERICAN HISTORY M W GENERAL W
the last with Starling's Andy. County J. U. Subcontiaotoie. Vendor SCIENCE<<: M, .
three field trials that he has V sd Per Bradford County: eto. -4 par Upon cent receipt Bale of Tax.,140.00plus oneact AMERICANISM VS COMM. Tuesday HIGH SCHOOL REVIEW T, TH,

attended. CARD OF THANKS A: Ml: Estate of I.. D. Vln- of Plans and Specifications ENGLISH M. W, MATHEMATICSVOCATIONALTECHNICAL : M, W.NIGHTS.
The first trial held in tab Deceased will b* forwarded collect. It GENERAL EDUCATION.: T TH
was Notice Of Election Notice To CreditorsAll Plan and Speultica-tlona are ,
Panama City where he placed The family of the late Mr. Be It known that r. Tom decker of r... D. Vln- returned In wood condition
eighth in the Slate of .?.. who died on within ten day. after receiptof
highest general Ben McDougald extends Its then 8iatsaofr.Flo Ida do her.by .- July SO 1870. while a residentof bid. 40,00 (one-half of the EVENING CLASSES
average with his threeleggedstud thanks and appreciation for the tsldaInBrae Bradford County., Florida deposit) will be refunded.C. .
hound. Starling's Red Man kind .Hon will b. ) are notified that they"". required Separate sheet -Separate
many expressions of COURSE
sym- claim
State of Florida. to file any sheet\ *-paice* of Drawing
At the next trial also in pathy during our recent be- "4ord on Tuu.day next lIucceedln. demand that thoy may have and-or SpocUlcatlon! may be

with Panama City he placed second reavement. It Is your expressions : the.. D, 1810.theY feald Tuuda1Dalnt aalnst of the his Estate county In Judge the Office of- obtained Drawings I a**1.60 follow per' : sheet plus AUTOMOTIVE MECHANICS..... ...................................... .. T. TH.
Starling's Little
with Starling's Red Snow Man fifth and much of sympathy that broughtso the Third flU the Day toUowlnt of November the Bradford Courthouse County. Florida at Starlce In, 4 Specification per cent Sale Tax.IS per pegs BOOKKEEPING... .. .............e............................. ... ... M, V,

seventh with Roberta In the comfort to us duringour off ce.t. to Florida. within six calendar .plus 4 per cant Sale Tax PERSONAL TYPING...............e..e............................. M. W.
hour of Your kind date
highest general average. thoughts will sorrow.never be forgot United Stater S.natorR.preeentive In Conlfl"B" flrlllt month publication from the of this No- and Note:.Specification All request for separate Plan RADIO & TELEVISION REPAIR.esssee.sa.............................. T. TH.

At the Central Florida Hunt ten. It is with our best wishes for the Second Con :r*.lonal tice. Each claim or and demandmust filed sheets of Drawing, and separate B E FiR.IryG.ERATION.9 AIR CONDITIONING.. .. ........ ............."". M, tf,

he placed sixth with Starling's that Cod bless each and every- J)1.trtct(2) Justice of the Su- In duplicate be In ,writing and :must state be pages made of through tpeclflca.tlon.shall the of* SEWINCt.................................e......................... Tf TH(

t Andy in the highest general one of" you. Alice McDougald PrTwo Two Court(I) Juds.r of the DI.t..lct .- poet the office"address of .residence of the claim-and ,flee Each of Bid the submitted Architect. shall beaccompanied TYPING AND SHORTHAND......... ................... ................ .. T, TH,
average. He also placed sec- and children. Court of for the) ant and be .worn to by the by a Cashier'
Diitrlot GrouP.Gov..nor claimant hie agent or Ills attorney Check or Bid Bond In the The
First Uat. will become void following courses will be offered if there is enough demand for
/ It
or of t per
A and : and tleutanaut Oov according, tOo law. Bid. payable to the Bradford the class. Please contact the Center at 964-6150* if you are interested
AN EXCITING SEASON IN THE SOUTHI ..rnorSecretary Dated this nth day of Au.- County. Board of Publlo In-
of Stat bet. A. D. 1970.S a .performancetabor -
There's a crisp and colorful moodto 'Attorney.General < ) Charlie.; Lou Vining and Material Payment. ART DRAFTING
Z autumn in Dixie. Red and gold ,,ComptrollerTr.a.ur.r. CHARLIE LOU the VIN1NCJ.. of Bond of In the the Bid amount amount.of 100 Surety percent BEGINNING BAND HORTICULTURE LAWN & GARDEN

leaves pile high. Football fever Comml..lon.r of of'Educatfoon Agriculture LED cuVl, publication Ing t Deceased.First on .August company ..shall. In be the licensed State. of to BUILDING TRADESCONVERSATIONAL PEACE OFFICER TRAINING ((200 Hour)
spreads across Tennessee. Georgiaand Comml..loner Florida and shall b* listed by SPANISH SMALL CAS ENGINES
'I'wo' ) :l oZO'H. .
BervlcembCommtulon Atty.p.
eV Pierce. Treasury
United State
Oroup 1Group O. Z>rawer Department. .
Florida and Mississippi. Days are State I House Start*. Fla. 8.21 4t 8.1'1 -10 It.It

bright nights are brisk and there'sa of Member.Repr..ntatlv.for. of the the II fol-17Cl.rk Adults may enroll in the Daytime Vocational Classes.

f lot to like in the swinging South. lowing" House of the DI.t..lcU Circuit :Court.

The brewing industry-as a Board of County Commlnlon.r. eas.I ------------------------------
a. .. I I r-------------------, -------------,
.. DI.trlct.
good citizen should-is involved in Members of the School Boar I I
every season in helping to make Districts. li I. I. SLICED 1/4 I

this good life in the South even ( In AL hereunto .Ohans I I

better. supporting the Keep hays end affixed: the .et Great my Seal of I SIRLOINj PORK LOIN I
America Beautiful campaign contributing dhe Bt..t. of Florida. at Tallabeesee the- I
Cepttal this
I :::J to our economy through Fourteenth day of August: FOOD I

taxes and wages and local purchases 170 Tom Adam I CHOPSI I

encouraging effective law Secretary. of state 9.10 t101 j ORB ONE LESS SHOULDER I ,N1'- I I I

enforcement.UNITED .
Judge' i
STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION INC. Im.. Tae For Bradford Countyarlerlde I (SAVELB 68 1
P O Bon 273 Winter, Park fit 32769 la .........t.In I 1
rt r 1 1l I- J jf.J H. pow.n.Re: Dec.aled of Retort John I STEAKSFOOD 1 I 'o/11" I
And Notlc.Application Of Flllnl :HorDt clrrgOf -------------------- 1

Notice Executor: 1 hereby given Bank that ofJackllOnvllle. 1 II FLORIDA GRADE'A' ;

Tho Florida Jaclc I I
Ida her filed its Final Report of 1 II FRESHFRYERS I II II 1
Executor of the Estate FAIR $
: a. H. Powell deceased t that I
It John her filed lie. APplleaUon! Dnd for I QUALITY 1 :I when Savings Count

. 'daY cha..el DI.trlbution'ot-,(ato4)q obe.that'Omni.. )910 tit will, US) Off I 01 aWICutrul.FI : COUNT ,ON US! ; ".

a.pply. to tbe Hono"\I.\ Judge TheronA. : of GRADED I 1 I 1
l I, -iiI'; Yawn County County FI-orlda. for 1 1I II I
approval Bradford an of Order...Id Final of DI.trlbuUon Return- (U.S. CHOICE. 1 LB II WEDNESDAY PRICES GOOD SfPT.THROUGH 33rd

.. and for and for Final Dt.chergea. I WHOLE 29c quantity rights reserved.PORK.
.. of
.... Executor Powell of, the deceased.The Estate. I LB I II SAGGED

: l .. ;John Florida H. ..Jaoksonvill.Neltonal Bank Flor-ofJackeonvlll. I -I I I

of the Estate
Ida Executor decee.ed.
of John H. Powell Barb.r. PICK-0-THI.CHICK

Rappe6ckermtkWRyale.: P. A. BEEF CHUCK LlAN MiA'VFRESH
O. Drawer

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,'@ (:. Wynn, 80 W. C. WainwrightDies Write Hanoi,

Services Held In Tampa Citizens UrgedThe

Wilkerson C. Wainwright, t..

Here SundayCarl born In Starke, on March 26, United States Depart- --t
1880, son of the late Mr. and ment of Defense has designated '
Mrs. Edward J. Wainwright of this week as "Write Hanoi .:::
C. Wynn 80, lifelong 8
Bradford County, died Sept. Week" to let the government' I
resident of Bradford County .
; In Tampa with Interment thereon of the Republic of North a"-- .
died In the Bradford County; Sept. 10. Mr.Wainwright
Vietnam know Americans
Hospital Friday. Sept. 11, following the last surviving member of are FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
united In our efforts to help BAPTIST Sunday School, 9:45a.m.Morning .
15 children. CHURCH OF CHRIST .
Prisoner's of War. BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH ';
Born In Sampson October OF LATTER DAY SAINTS 125 NorthwestofLawtey. Worship, II ajn. YoutI
City on ,
; W.C.
Survivors are two sons, Sunday: Bible Study 10 a.m.
; :
The International Affairs
30, 1889, Mr. Wynn was Wainwright Jr. of Tallahassee, 1404 E. Bessent Road Sunday School,10 ajn.Morn Morning Worship and Communion Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Fellowship, 6 p.m. Choir Practice :.
Committee of the Starke JuniorWoman's
the son of the late Henlon and and Allison Wainwright Tam- SundayPriesthood 8:30 a.m. ing Worship, 11:15. Sunday Night, 11 a.m. Evening services ing Worship, 11 a.m.; Evening Wednesday 8 p.m.
Club urges the peopleof Worship, 7:30: p.m.; Prayer'' -Rev. Robert D. Burch
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Gertrude Wednesday
Wynn. Louise Sunday School 10 Sacrament 7:30 p.m.
pa and a daughter, Mrs. turn. : 6.Wednesday.
Bradford of all 7:30 .
County Meeting, Wednesday.Rev.
Mr. Wynn was a retired foreman agesto 6 Prayer Meeting, 7:30 p.m.Rev.. p.m.; CHURCH
Colbert of Miami In this p.m. Worship service GRACE BAPTIST .
join effort, according J.C. Saunders pastor. '.
of the Southern Railway to Mrs. Jeanne Loper. MondayMia 7:30 p.m. Albert Knight pastor. 7 p.m. Minister Jack P. Bell. Highway S-100 A, Starke (Griffls -
Company and a cattleman anda _t-SSpflrSJ.tJflfl-S TueldaPrimary 4:30 p.m. Loop).
member of the First Christians Citizens are urged either toA, WednesdayRelief Society, PINE LEVEL BAPTIST MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL. Sunday School, 10 a.nu Morning -,
Church of Starke. SENIORCITIZENS 7:30 Sunday School, 10 a.m. MornIng Sunday9:45: a.m. Sunday
write their own letter or cppy : p.m. HA nON..CHBISTIAN Worship at 11. Training Union,
Surviving Is his wife, Mrs. the form letter below and sign Jesse D. Branson, Branch Worship, 11 a.m. Pre- School 10 CHURCIPSunday School, 11 a.m. Morning Worship 6:30.: Evening Worship, 7:30.: ..
Truba Johns Wynn of Starke Services (Booster Band, Young a.m. MornIng 6 Training Union 7
; their name to It, Mrs. Loper President.: p.m. Mid-week Prayer Meeting, Wed- :
Worship 11
three J.C. and Alvin both and Prayer Service* 0 a.m. Evening. Evening Worship. "
sons: says. People, p.m. 7:30.Rev.. Don R.
Worship '
of Jacksonville, and Wlllard 6 All letters should be JORDAN MISSIONARY p.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m. tor. -James Shaw, pas- Wednesday7:30 Prayer Services Drawdy, Pastor.
Wynn Starke; two step-sons: addressed to the Office of the BAPTIST MISSION Midweek Service Wednesday, 1st and 3rd Wednesday
Claude Brown of Starke and A 16-Point Resolution was President, Democratic Republic U.S. 301 North, behind Tas- 7:30 p.m. Rev. John Strickland, night-I p.m. Family night. KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST

Deloren Hodges of St. Peters- read, discussed and passed un- of Vietnam, Hanoi, North Viet- tee Frees Drive In, Sunday Pastor. BROOKER Sunday School 9:30; Training .
burg, and brother Jack aminously by members of the BAPTIST CHURCH Union 10:15 a.m. Morning Wor-
one nam. Written on air mail stationery .School, 10 a.m. Worship Ser- BROOKER AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH ;
Wynn of Lake Butler. Starkes Senior Citizen Club last FLA. 11 Evening Worship :
postage Is 251. vice, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Pray. ship ajn.;
The full of this Rev. Jim Temple pastor. Sun-; Sunday School 9:45: a.m.; 7:30(
Services were from Jones week. coverage er Service 7:30 p.m. Wednes- HOPJB BAPTIST-CHURCH 7:30: p.m.; Prayer Meeting
Memorial Chapel Sunday Sept. resolution can be read in last For Information ) day School, 10 a.m. Ron Bristol Morning Worship 11 a.m.; Eve- Wednesday.
more con- (Highway 100 at Theressa
13, with J.C. Jr. week's Sept 10 issue of The day.Leroy Superintendent Training ning Worship, 7p.m.;Wed.Prayer Pastor Rev. Robert West.
Brown ,pester tact Mrs. Loper at 964-5334 Olive pastor E.L.Griffls -. Sunday School10 a.m:, Morning Union. 6:45 Lowefl Meeting and Bible Study 7 :
of the First Christian Church Telegraph. Most of this resolution after 5 p.m. associate pastor. Worship- a.m.; Training : p.m. Douglas .
Director. Study Book of Psalms.
of Starke officiating.Burial was covered national issues Form letter: EvenlnseWorshlp Worship Services, p.m. NEWRIVERBAPTISTSunday
Union6:30 ; -
: p.m.; ;
In Ben Sapp Cemetery under concerning the plight of senior I am deeply disturbed about DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH 7:15 p.m.Wednelday music 11 a.m., 7:30. Lavern Outlaw, G.F. "Prevatt, pastor. Everyone; School, 10 a.m. Morning -

direction of DeWitt C. Jones citizens. the condition of American and BROOKER Night Prayer Ser- director. Welcome. Worship, 11 a.m. Training
Funeral Home of Starke. State and local questions were Allied prisoners of war held in Sunday School, 10 a.m. Wor- vices7:30 p.m. Rev. Merle Union 7 p.m. Evening Worship
also discussed at the Sept. 8 North Vietnam and by the failure ship Services, 11 a.m. and 7 Packham, pastor. 8 p.m. Wednesday night service,
meeting, convened by the Fla. of your government adhere to 'p.m. Training Union, 6 p.m.- HEILBRONN Bt"l1STCHURCH FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH 7:30 p.m. Everyone welcome.L.L. .'
State Commission on Aging the provisions of the Geneva IP WE DON'T HAVE IT which is gathering data to be Convention concerning humane GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.Morn- 9:45: ajn. Morning Worship,10:45: .

we'll set It for you. Office brought to the Governors Con- CHURCH OF GOD Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning 'ing Worship, 11. Training Union, ajn. Evening Service 7:15: p.m. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH
Supplier. Furniture Equip ference In Miami, Oct. 8-9. treatment I ask In the of prisoners.of 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. Worship 11 a.m. and 7 P.m. 6:30 p.m. Evening Service, 7:30.: Youth Group Meeting,Sunday 6:30: Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn-
name humanity Union
11. Training ,
The Telegraph printed two Prayer Service, 7:30.: p.m. ng
ment. Bradford County Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worship Rev. Fred Johns pastor.
Telerraph. articles about this Forum but that national you Red furnish Cross to the a list Inter-of ;Services 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. -Rev. L. Tommy Howe,pastor -J.C. Brown, ministerS '6:30.: Evening Worship, 7:30.: ..

senior citizens as a whole in all prisoners and that -Rev. Y.W. Kldd, pastor. -------_. .
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to realize Its Importance. Had permit an inspection of prisoner SMYRNA MISSIONARY ................................... _ _ "
It not been for the attendanceof of war facilities by the Red BAPTIST CHURCH
our Senior Citizens Club Cross or other Impartial 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday services ,.

Seed WILLIAM i H. (Bill) there would have been littleor humanitarian agencies. : Sunday School, 10 a.m. I'
no meeting at all. It took Sincerely, Preaching. II a.m. Training I I
an Intensive telephone cam- (Your Name) Union, 5:45: p.m. Evening Wor- Icoo

paign to get .the number of ship, 7 p.m. Everyone welcome. 1
seniors out to attend this -Elder A.G. Flynn, pastor
stationary mobile homes after

PUBLIC SERVICECOMMISSIONER 'orum.The local issues discussedand one year in a permanent location CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS I I'K\ '
noted In the minutes of for seniors. CHURCH I :

*OuiitindingStat.' Democratic bolt'oto-' this Forum were Food Stampsin The $10,000 Home stead Sunday School 9:45: a.m. MornIng \ lOOKS$ 1ON 1-
Two term ntfltnbar Florida. HOUM.oR.prn.ntaUv.I. place of the Commodities Exemption for those on S.S. Worship 11 a.m. Youth Service
representing Polk .ndSum. which Included In the
Program which has been in was new 6:00:
..,Counitn, p.m. Evening Worship
existence since the depressiondays. Fla. State Constitution, voted .7.P.rn. I II ,
Lifelong Floridian' Bom-Two Ego Florida I
,J.ckton County In...Martanni. ) These commodities are upon and passed, was sloughedoff Thursday night Prayer Meet
Umvtrttty of T.nnt.M. Q.duot.-Co. useful as an emergency mea- during the last sesslonof our 7:30: p.m. J
0rt.in Accounting Cap..Football Taam sure but seniors living on low State Legislature by our Senators Ivy Luke PastorNORTHSIDE ) o :
*E.p.n.ncod 10 local govtrnmantFormtr pensions and who have to seek and Representatives who ,
Mayor of Ft Maad did not hesitate to increase their BAPTIST
Old Age Assistance know that
Succfltfful' Ft. Meada buiinassman and
citnii growar. they would do better if a Food salaries from $1,200 to $12,000 CHURCH 4uk'
Civic. Laadar. Historian Praibytarun lay Stamp Program was instituted which equals $200 per day for 60 Sunday Morning Worship, 9:45:
.laadar,. Marrttd ihraa children. LIon. days work. Sunday School, 11. f
Sunday Eve-
.. locally.It
V. World' War II. Amancan Lagion.'
Mon was pointed out by Miss Nursing homes, nationally, ning Worship. 6 p.m. Training I
Nommatad-St'. Petersburg Tunas Out Martha Sue McCain that four need a complete overhaul. In. Union, 7:30.: THE
..Mambar 1969. Baltimore Md. 25 old ThursdayTeachers-
aiding Ho. Award types of food, which are Imported people and Officers -
"Public Service is a Public Trust" could not be bought for died in a nursing home presumably Meeting, 6:30. Prayer ,
coffee of Salmonella(food poison- Meeting 7:30.Edward .
Food Stamps, namely tea,
pa 0"' Ad. """ 00'', r C.
cocoa and, curiously enough Ing following an outbreak of Harvey, pastor.
bananas. We know that tobacco this Infection due to unsanitary I 1I 1-
GLASSFOR and alcohol are strictly pro- conditions In July. ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL HEART :

hibited. On the lighter side club mem- CHURCH, STARKE ( Yt
EVERY PURPOSEMirrors Telephone rates in Starke of ber Peggy Payne caught beautiful Holy Eucharist, 1st and 3rd ,
$7.55 per month for a party; 10 lb., 26 Inch bass in a Sundays, 11 a.m. Morning Prayer I
line and $14 for a private telephone local lake. The fish fought val- 2nd and 4th Sunday, 11 a.m. ,
are shameful for people iently but Peggy won. -John M. Flynn, Rector. ,
FOR EVERY PUWbSE living on Social Security.; This At our last meeting our guests
issue should be brought to the were, Bill and Hazel Richards, '"
SHEA'SGLASS attention of the Public Service Lucy Tucker and Suzan Payne. 4 Tht Church is Cod'i appointed agency in iiiiiwimniiiijiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiijii 1

Commission Rates Bureau, Verne and Eloise Olin have LAURA BAPTIST CHURCH (this world for spreading ,the knowledge of t .

CO. Tallahassee to find some mea- procured a travelogue film a- Sunday School, 9:45 < a.m.; I His love for man and of Hn demand for Man'* tir.-1 reuvtiuiii,* to another i I..* Iniseil on outward ..
sure of relief. Elderly people bout Canada from the Gaines- Morning Worship, 11 a.-m. Evening J -
; man to respond to ,that love by loving his appearunc.e.4.: iiml only time will help him ,
IT2-43I5-372-4J5J NEED ville Public Library which will Worship 7:30 pAw Mid-
a telephone. :
neighbor. Without this to Know the heart of timilher., Goil, knou' .
till N.W. 4* Pl.e. Another point Is a reduction be shown at our next meeting week Bible Study, Wednesday, grounding in the immediately. "
Goh."UIe of registration fees for tags on Sept. 22 at 1 p.m. .7:30: p.m. I love of Cod, no government or society or 'ely attitude the hl'.IIt.lhtIh.: .... it i U ,- .

.. .. .. ...... We who are active today are Be In church Sunday. .. way of life will long persevere and the good or bad. -
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preparing the way for the 42 Rev. W. B. Mercer freedoms which we hold dear will inevitably .
pastor I
"Hit/ *ul, on tin > in "In, ,t tin ,Lull .. ,
million between the i i'i< r----mOACK---- iiil iiiljj people ages 1 perish. Therefore I even f from a "
SCHOOL DAY 45 and 64. Come join us, thereis GREATER BETHLEHEM F selfish point of view, on. should support"J('. ,

room enough for all. FREE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH the Church for the sake of the weftare Th .. .
u. of l'il me many ivuurd for, tb,.. that fiJKm I
!jj: This Sunday Sept 20th Jij Kerrigan. Cor. Ash & Chestnut himself and his family. Beyond that however the Lord "!.( I "f/.i/ /linl.' '/ (t1. III'I'j.?.,, ni/ ?,', /,. '

I CARD OF THANKS School, 9:30 Sunday every person should uphold and 'tin' L-il'," ..
I ; Morning Worship
11; Luague, 4 Night Service participate in the Church because it tells I,
rJ: *. ,\ Gift To Be Given to Schedule Of Services :;;; Our heartfelt thanks to all 6 p.m.Rev.. Jasper Williams, the truth about man's life, death and

.::::: Each School Student :::: who extended comforting sym- pastor. destiny; the truth which alone will set him c.,.... A*. $... ,
: Present. School 10 :;:; pathy and help in our recent free to live as a child of God.
::::: *. High School Students :::: sorrow., floral For offerings the beautiful, and other service m IllIlllllllffIllhIilhIuh11HhIMII I / I /ilhIMlilIII1llhllHM! 11fiUfl1li1UiI1UflaiI ,

:: Perform Duties In Morning Service 11 a.m. i : FIRST UNITED METHODIST !, .. (
; STARKE .-------_____ _
: kindnesses, we are deeply -- -------- :
: Service. Evening Service 7 p.m. i j graterul. The family of L.K. Sunday School, 9:45; Morning --
::*:: lit Special Music!; Provided :::: Starling, Sr. Worship, 11; Junior and Senior WILLIAMS
:::: By High School Wednesday Service :: MYF groups 6 p.m. BRADFORD STARKE BUILDERS

Students. 7:30 p. m. [;;j WednesdayYouth Choir Rehearsal -
7p.m. Prayer Meeting JEWELRYOfficial SUPPLIES Inc.
lit Testimonies To Be ,
EVERYONE PLAN 7:30; Chancel Choir Rehearsal,
t: Given By School' Stu :::: OF PROPHECY, BROOKER 7:45.:
:::: dents. TO ATTEND :::: Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- Class Rings Featuring Ace Hardware :

: ing Worship, 11 a.m.Young People's -DeWitt T. Farabee, Jr. Better Service For Your .
Keepsake Diamonds
Service 6 Evange- Complete Paint Supplies :
PINE LEVEL BAPTIST CHURCH 1jrctlon : p.m. Pastor Title Problems
listic Service, 7 p.m. Wednes-
?: \ Center of Bradford County"HIGHWAY :;:; day Prayer Meeting, 7:30: p.m. BULOVA WATCHES Abstracts and Sporting Goods

;; j1 Come and worship with us. MADISON STREET 142 W. Call St. Starke

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Sunday School, 9:45: ; Morning 158 W. Call Ph. 964-6881 219 Washington St. 964-5270 -
Worship, 11; Training Union. "
6:15: ; WMU Prayer Circle, 7:15; STARKE 66"

$10.004I..I i: Evening Worship 7:30.: SERVICEBill BRADFORD COUNTY

Attention Mothers8x _________ MondayYouth Choir Practice .
Edwards Ph. 964.7231

1O Practice WednesdayJunior, 5:45: ; RA, GA Choir Sunbeams Tire Tru.ing OPPICE SUPPLIES

YWA, 6:30: ; Prayer ., ,(,j
Living Color Meeting, Business Meeting, Headlight Adjusting TYPEWRITERS: :
7:30; Church Choir Practice, !

8:30.Denton: Brake Service --", ... c:> ADDING MACHINES -
Sumrall, pastor. --
PORTRAITONLY97 Wheel Balance and

FHVTOCoriCM! : ..*... IMJ4U .

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Alignment Carl Hurst Phone 961-6111. lUS. Take IM. tfrudfery out
r* 01 .e.*r vorh.UMAt. .-
Schedule of the First Bap AU Minor Repairs 24-HR. WKfcCKER SERVICE
tist: Church is: KMVU.OTM
Plus / Sunday Sept. 20Sunday 617 N. Temple Ave. StarkeBRADJ'OIW Iii way 301 and 100
School 9:45: a.m., Morning Worship -
>(Oo) Film CiiorjjeNo II a.m.. "What Shall I Do *10 S. Temple Starke

Appointment l'C(' .ssuru J' With Jesus? (Matt. 27:22: >> COUNTY -
k Training Union 6:15p.m.Even- FLORIDAPEST
Full Selection of 1'o.ses ing Worship, all music and TELEGRAPH tZz-: '

No' LimitAll LIMIT: I Per Person 2 Per FamilyAdditional testimony service led by Bro.
Subjects $3.95 George, 7:30: p.m. EDWARDSGrocery
Work Guirnnrr!
Groups $1.47 Per Person Monday ept. ;21- Youth Choir TYPEWRITES: : '
Practice. and Market ONTI01
Tuesday, Sept. 22Junior ADDING MACHINE

Choir Practice 3:25: p.m.,.WMU Groceries Meats Feed )/s OIIMWII CO.
At Sears Planning Meeting 6:30: p.m.
Catalog Store Wednesday, Sept 23Family n'OCOPIEU: esm ...... GAS AND OIL
Night Supper 6 p.m.. Prayer U IMS. Tike 'e' 4ryd\ try out

Meeting R.A. Meeting 6:30: of peiptr work. Jack and Gladys EdwardsU. 539 E. Call St. Starke, Fla.

STARKE 218 N. TEMPLE AVE. p.m., Teachers and Officers
UMAI.TAVKOU.. louis. S. 301 South Starke
Meeting 7:15 p.m.,Church Choir Phone 961-5745 for FREE
Practice 8:15:
Thursday, Sept. 24Church / *KV&LOflI PHONE 961.5312 Inspections and Estimates
September 25th And 26th
wide visitation. 7 p.m. ICLAY
Saturday, Sept. Preschool
and Chlldrens' Workshlp 9 ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, Inc. .
HOURS 10 A.M. 1 P.M. 2 5:30 P.M .
: -- a.m., Youth Council Meeting
By Those We Serve
6 p.m. In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "Helping Our Members Live Better :
LUNCH 1 to 2 I'.i-Nl.
Rev. W.A. Hogan, Pastor. Electricallv"-Keystone Heights-Phone 4734911p

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KHS Indians Ready For Battle;

HEIGHTS. -- MELROSE :I I Warriors Are Small But SpiritedBY "

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MIKE CHITTY Thrift-who moved to center; S
Mike Wrinkle-who moved to

Keystone Hilites Spirit, speed, and determination tackle; and Ron Strickland, who
t combined with a dozen Is now at splitend.Although .
one-year lettermen, makes for Coach Bayless wouldan
r r By GLORIA REDFEAttN I encouraging outlook for the not commit himself by making
Please' Call 1970 Keystone Indians. With all any predictions he did say his ,
473-3288 or 473-4182 I five of the seniors in the backteam is in good shape and a

in iii LTIU field, work will have to be done showed a lot of spirit. All in
on both lines, but Head Coach all, things are looking up for
Roy Bayless is proud of the way an exciting and promising year
HERE N" 473-4909.. Sorry to report Mrs. his team is shaping up. of football at Keystone Heights. i
Mrs. S.E. McKay was entertained James L. Osborne is in Brad For the past few years The Indians first battle will be
at a birthday luncheon ford County; Hospital Keystone has make bids for the against the St. Joseph's Aca- "
at the Primrose Grill In Gainesville District and Conference titles demy (Sept. 18,), who have had Q ,. '
by Mrs. Albert Nelson. FAMILY REUNIONA last year being no exception a nasty; habit of blinding the ..,<
Guests were Mrs. Mary Howell family reunion was held at when the Indians finished with Indians in past years.SCHEDULE. .J J
and Mrs. Eugene Hacker. the home of Mrs. Kelly Cree- 7-4 record. Once again the Indiana { ..

Rev. and Mrs. Milton Scripture son on Brooklyn Bay Circle over 4 will probably be one of the ." { ,.
home from Beaver
are the Labor Day Weekend. Attending top teams biding for honors. If
Falls Pa. They visited their .were Mrs. Greeson's they can avoid accidents which Sept. 18St.. Joseph? Academy
daughter and her family and mother. Mrs. Ira J. Martinof have plagued them in the past. here.
from Hamilton, Ohio where Greensboro, Fla. Mrs. Mar- The Indians attack is led by Sept. 25-: Florida* School of )-::
they attended the wedding of tin is 87 ;years of age and has I four possible Quarterbacks, Deaf and Blind, away.
their granddaughter. Miss Dul- eight living children who were with Bobby Hurner as chief Oct. Chiefland, here.
cle Scripture who was Miss all present, along with their with Paul Leino Steve HepUnOct. Trenton, away '- '
Illinois and is the daughter of families for this reunion. They stalL and Mike Grace backing Oct. 16- Taylor, here {; ., '"
Rev. and Mrs. George Scrip were: Mrs. Andrew D. Har- him up. Grace will also be Oct. 23Marantha Academy J.--- -
ture. She was married to Kirk rell of Rocky Mount, N.C., Rev. playing at halfback along with here. S .
Pasco and they are residingIn and Mrs Joseph L. Martin of Ricky Parades and Butch BleasOct.. 30- Branford away.
Elgin III. and attending Judson Seville, Rev. and Mrs. Paul dale. Nov. 6- Interlachen here.A .
College. Mr. Pasco Is a G. Martin, Miss Faith Mar- few of the changes in the Nov 13- Mayo here.
Senior and Is studying for the tin, Mr and Mrs. Gordon Mar- line-up this year include; Steve Nov Greenville, away. Jo Reed, Bank V.P., Gives
ministry. They also visited tin and
eon .Richard of Tampa,
their nephew and his wife Mr. Mr. and Mrs Clarence John- 1970 ROSTER Her Formula For SuccessJo
and Mrs. Jack Smith In Kins- son, Mr and Mrs. Clifford

ton, N.C. Rev. Frank Smith, Johnson of Quincy Mr. and
son-in-law of the Scriptures Mrs. William H. Cotton of West NAME HT WT YR POS Reed (Mrs. Gilbert), vice chairman of the Northeast Flor-

drove them. Point, Ga. Mr and Mrs. Frank Wrinkle Mike 6-1 165 11 T president and cashier of the ida Group in 1965 and as Flor-
The Scriptures also attend- Petrtna of Clearwater, Mr and ",1 Thrift Steve 6-0 160 11 C Keystone State Bank is state ida state chairman since 1969.
ed She meeting of the Chris Mrs. William A. Martin, Capt. _rQ.. chairman for the National Association In an Interview with the Flor-
tian' Missionary Alliance and Mrs. James W. Phillips, Davis Tony 5-9 140 10 C of Bank Woman, Inc. ida Times-Union Mrs. Reed
Church at the Ft. Gatlinburg Jr., Jimmy and Jamie of Jack- Miss Deborah Knight Becomes Bride Dazey Rob 5-11 140 10 G which met Friday through Sun- said "We have 13 employes in

Church In Orlando. sonville. Other family membersin Stanley, Bryan 5-9 140 11 G day at the Robert Myer HotelIn our bank and 11 of them are .
Mr. and Mrs. Herb Nelson Of H.
Daryl Johnston In ChurchMiss
Trinity Jacksonville.She
attendance .
were: O.J. women. We've found that older :
entertained Mrs. Nelson's parents Robertson and daughter Judi Byrd Steve 5-8 1)5 10 G began her banking in 1953 women (we have only two under ;

Mr. and Mrs. Leo C. and sons Martin and Tim Mr. Deborah Knight, daugh- Packard MikeMooneyham 5-7 140 11 G and believes that the formula for 35): are more nnulnelv Interested -
Champion of Starke with a dinner and Mrs. W.K. Jackson William roses. Her headpiece of bridal woman's In business is in
ter of Mr. and Mrs. John P. MaxFunderburke 5-9 1)5 10 G success working. They have
party on their Fiftieth Wed- P. Hines and friend Steve Knight Camo 1m- illusion, bordered with lace, "an understanding husband anda fewer health and family problems
ding Anniversary. The dinner Hasldns Mr. and Mrs. Charles mokalee Keystone Heights and fell into a chapel train.A J. 5-7 120 11 G family that works together. and most of them need

was: held In their home on GUlIard and eons, Troy and Daryl Hood Johnston, son of reception: was held in the Davis Ricky 5-10 160 10 G She is the mother of two child- the money, like sending child-

Lake Geneva. The Champion'schildren Keith all of Jacksonville,...and Mr and Mrs. Duane H. John- Keystone John Heights Masonic Hall. Brewer, Wesley 5-9 155 11 G ren, Deborah 15, and Arnold, ren to college. We have practi-
all In attend- Mrs. A. Winters
were Miss Anita Bridenof West greeted 13, and has been PTA president
nun ston of Keystone Heights "
ance: Mr. and Mrs. Bill Beach united in marriage Friday Sept.were guests at the door and Miss Meek JaokKnepper 5-9 165 11 T twice, is a member of the cally no turn over.
Thompson and family of Ocala brothers and Anne Harris kept the bride's Jack 5-10 150 10 T Adding to her formula for
On Sunday all the 11, at 7:30: p.m. in Trinity; Episcopal First Baptist Church Choir at success Mrs..Reed said "No
-Mr. and Mrs. Al Hartman book. Gracing the bride's book
sisters and Mrs. Martin attended Church, Melrose. Father McDaniel Jim 5-10 170 10 T Keystone Heights and is pre- man is successful if he works
and' Mr. and Mrs. Don Champion table was a candle.
services at the Metho- Poppell performed the nuptials. Hurner BobbyHeptinstall 5-11 150 10 sently Worthy Matron of the only his "40 hours," and the
The QB
of Starke and Mr. and Mrs. dist Church In Seville where Decorating the altar bride's table was centered Eastern Star Chapter No. 279.
Harry Purvis of Theressa. Rev. Joseph L. Martin is pas baskets of white mums were and with a three-tiered wed- S. 5-10 155 12 QB She has been a member of have same to is apply true yourself of women.and take You

Welcome to Mr. and Mrs. tor. They all had dinner at a (greenery Mrs. Jean Allen, organist ding cake,flanked by five branch Grace MikeParades 5-6 150 12 HB NABW since 1961 serving as advantage of all; opportunities."
Mike Falkel who have boughtthe candelabra with white doves in
Crescent City Motel Restaurant
; provided of
program 6-0 160
Rioky 11 HB .
Sherwin Home in the Post- following the services. Need- nuptial music the center. At one end of the ,

master's Village on Hutchinson less to say this was a very Malcolm W, Johnston served table was an arrangement of Bleasdale Butch 5-7 145 12 HB

Lake. They moved here from happy time for Mrs. Ira J. his brother as best man, and white gladioli. Mrs. Anne Strickland Ron 5-10 140 12 SE
t Indiana. I Martin Theron A. Yawn m Whlsenant cut the bride's cake. City Bans Mobile
was an
Miss Carol Stephenson of usher. Mrs. Pamela Homer presided Wheeler Rick 5-8 140 11 FB

Tampa, daughter of Mrs. Les BRIDAL SHOWER Miss Carol Suberly of Jack- at the punch table.

Stephenson, spent the weekendin Mrs. Elaine Henderson, sonville attended as maid of Following a wedding trip to GO INDIANS! !II!
Keystone to help with the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Rich- honor. She wore a peach colored the Bahamas the couple Is residing
Men's Invitational Golf Tour- ard Lovorn and wife of Greg- princess gown with open pleatin In Pensacola. Units For BusinessThe

nament held at the Keystone ory Henderson, was honored the back. On her head she The bride graduated from ,.
Heights Golf and Country Club. with a shower on September 11 wore a matching peach man- Keystone Heights High School .: ,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Men- at the home of Mrs. J. Miller tilla and carried a cascade and Florida Junior College In
}', zen of Douglasrllle Ga. were Wrinkle. Mrs. Harry Hazen, of arrangement Jacksonville.The Keystone Heights City; fied as an "emergency" mea-
peach carnations
in Keystone over the weekend sister of the bride and Mrs. Rlckl groom also graduated Council adopted an ordinance sure and adopted unanimouslyafter
Lynn Harris the bride'sniece
visiting Mrs. Menzen's mother Richard Lovorn welcomed served; from Keystone Heights High prohibiting operation of busi- the first reading the ordinance -
as flower
Mrs. E.J. Fallin, and other .,jpiests...._ girl. School and Santa Fe Junior nesses from mobile homes, was aimed at pre-
..,.... .. :The bride, given In marriage.
"-- :
business buslnessea'from
relatives and friends. Mrs. Kenneth' CooPer"aM" her -CoHege.-'He isattending the house trailers, or mobile venting other ..
Col. and Mrs. James Chess- Miss CherylRlderasslstedwlth by Colonial father lace wore a with full length which University; of West Florida units at its meeting Tues- cities from coming in, from ".

ington have returned from a refreshments. The table was she wore diamond gown Among the guests were Mr. day, Sept..8. time to time parking on the
long Labor Day weekend in set in autumn colors of yellow of the ear rings, and Mrs Fred Jones of Jack- S7 Airport haneers. building: streets a nd temporarily operating -
a gift
Atlanta and Charleston. orange and gold. These colors cascade groom, and carried sonville, grandparents of the permit fees, and the pollution in competition with
a of '
Sympathy is extended to Mrs. were reflected in the corsages stephanotis and arrangement groom and Miss Glends Jones.al' r of Lake Geneva also came under local firms. The library book-
Bill Warren on the death of worn by the bride's mother and troplcana discussion during the meeting. mobile would also be excludedas
her mother Mrs. Nettie Smith. sister. Proposal of a new metal hanger it is a public service and
Mrs. Smith was a loyal Cir- The gifts are being mailed 125: x 100 feet at the ways not a business Council de

cle Member of the Community; to Elaine and Greg at their City Seeks Opinion On PaymentOf stone Airport, for $40,000 clared.
Church and will be greatly home In San Juan, Puerto RI- make to the council by J.P. A report on building permit
missed by her friends. co. Henderson who has been Investigating fees in various other towns
Sympathy is also extendedto costs of new and of corresponding size showed
Mrs. T.J. Hawes of Lake GOLF COURSE City Tax Assessor and Collector used hangars for the airport 5.25: : at Waldo and $5 for the
I Swan on the death of her mother first $3,000 and 1.50: per each
Bob Hayes had a hole-ln-one : ;; ,," committee. The airport fund
Mrs. Clara Roberta. on Hole No. :9 last Friday as Ifl".i.iiL'In.J... :! ; .....b11"; ..o.J.i. ..''',",-.., now has -$26,000 toward a additional $1,000 for Hawthorne.
Must office In Tallahassee. Sev- 'T"1. ; "r.- Ii'IiO-"lI' 1 T
Keystone Heights continue felt this was high
he played in the Pro-Am held hangar and remaining funds
WOMAN'S CLUB In conjunction with the Men's to pay Its tax assessor eral weeks ago City; Clerk Vlr- might be borrowed from the unless inspection was included.
The FFWC Fall Board Meet Invitational. Mr. Hayes was and tax collector until the expiration gle Homer at the suggestion New Baptist Church ProgressesThe city until next year's timber Further Investigation! Is to be
ing will be held on Sept. 21. 22 playing with Jim Chesslngton! of their two year terms of the Council, wrote the Attorney cutting Councilman Roy Wat- made on whether It might be
and 23 at Clearwa ter.Any mem- and MaJ. John Hohnstreiter of even though! the assessing and General for an opinion. kins explained.Councilman also possible to have a local person
ber planning to go for the Pass Christian, Miss MaJ. and collecting duties are now being After a lengthy delay the office new sanctuary of the First!! Baptist Churchof approved writing to FAA of Inspect, particularly electrical,
entire program please call Mrs. Mrs. Hohnstreiter have been performed by the county; as required replied that an opinion could Keystone Heights is rapidly taking shape on the steps already taken with future on a per Job basis.
by a new law passed at not be given at the request of Trailers on 50-foot lots In
Earl Voyles 473-4022.: Any houseguests of the Hayes for church property on highway/ 10. Contractor on the authorization and possible
the 1970 one personIt would have to Point
member interested in one day legislative session? the Breezy area, con-
the past ten days. matching funds from FAA when
of the program on Sept. 22, Bobby Fannln of DuClay The question is still in the come from the entire Council.At $106,000 project is Foster Ellis of Jacksonville. The exact specifications are set nected to Lake Geneva by a
please call Mrs. WInton Keeth, Country Club was the winnerof hands of the Attorney Gener- the regular meeting last new sanctuary will seat 410, and the congregation The Council authorized Hen-up. canal, have brought several
the Pro-Am held Friday week, the Council adopted a hopes to hold first services in the new building in derson to proceed with engine- complaints about water pollution
resolution asking for the opin- early September. ering and plans for bids for it was noted.The Florida
Sept. 11. It wa s a fivewaytie ion possible.If board
as soon as the of health and Clay county;
new hangar. They also authorized

and the other contestantsin the Attorney General's opinion zoning board are both to be
: ::1he. \ AD ,,\'ITfo foIt the playoff were: Ed Rogers Is that the two officials Cruise Aboard WISH I'D SAID Harvey him Watt to, talk of Atlanta further with Ga. notified by councilman, to see
Keystone Rountree
; must be paid until the expiration if there are violations.A .
('\ Ji ESTAV) Ponce de Leon; Dave Kennett, of the terms for which they Luxury Liner THAT ; and Kingsley to lease Lake,airport about Watt'sproposal land Jacksonville contractor for
Reynolds Park andJackAdama whether not
; were elected or control-burning at the airport
from the city to build
Macclenny.' The Pro-Am is they actually perform the duties Told At Rotary ; a pri- attended the meeting and was
vate hangar on the other side of
S-J played each year and Is a Les of the office the city will the landing strip. referred to Allan Tarleton,
Stephenson Memorian pro-e- be "paying double" for ser- county forester for specifications -
vent. vices W.H. (Bill) Bartlett of Lake The ordinance prohibiting the
received. as to amount and time for
21 North Keystone, Hts. Interesting Future generations won'tbe operation of business from a
Hiway The Invitational was won by Brooklyn gave an burning which Is to be let on
Bob Everleth of Palatka Tax Collector Aughtry Vance account of a summer cruisehe squandering their hard. mobile home or mobile unit bids
Championship "B" winner was and his family enjoyed! a- earned money foolishly excludes the mobile home busi-
Fresh Seafood receives $350: annually in salary Mayor Ray Starnes reportedthat
Barbecue Steaks Joe Petrock: of Keystone with which Is paid to her in board the luxury liner Queen we've already done that for ness itself, with one already: Keystone school l opened
Buffet Lunch Daily Bob Pater of Keystone second. monthly Installments. She has Elizabeth D. them.-Omer Bridgman,The operating in Keystone Heights
Flight winners in the order already been paid for collect- After landing at LeHavre Baylis ((111.) Guide. under such a set-up. Classi i Continued on Next Page)

Dining Room Open -- 7 a.m..12 p.m. named included Gordon Bullock, Ing this year's taxes before France the Bartletts went on n n.. _...' n ,................. ....... ............ .._--- _.rrr_.r...._._..__._.__._..=
Bob Porch, Jerry James,Sher- the new law went Into effect. to England and spent most of .[tfEJ -1mmmmm:; ;wr mJ r 1: rij:: j:}rr ir: =*;m r 11;: mm:::r.Y: : ::: : : :::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::
For Take-Out Orders Call Ole Al 473.9620 rill Teague Wally Muhlhoferand their time seelncr the sights i
Robert Langenwalter Tax Assessor James Cookis of London, and the hill country

._._._.__._._._._.._.__._.NN eN! -.N-.NN.Ne1..N.N.4.N.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-. paid $200 annually in a "A plane will get you I Thank You Voters: I
lump sum, and has received there quicker but you can't ,
payment for making up the 1970 beat an ocean voyage for com-

tax roll. The 1971 roll will be fort and entertainment," the .-.J' :c:.:.
I Thank You i made up by the county; Tax speaker said. m
Assessor but Cook may still Mr. Bartlett brought back S
.. receive his payment If the At- several Rotary emblem flags
torney General gives opinion from clubs in England Including .
to that effect. one from Stratford on

the rotors of Clay County for re- Under a schedule negotiated Avon, the home of Shakespeare. :f:':f I wish to thank the voters 'y: I':

County Commissioner. : with Clay County the city will :;:: of Clay County for their :
electing me as your pay one per cent of the tax y:::: support in my recent f::::
District J*. oounty-at-large. roll to the County; Assessor If'age Morc'nrinm 1'::% election to the School ; ''!''' g :::::.

I.I.I and one per cent to the collector Saves Plant Jobs r::;:: Board. I again pledge my Oro.r ,, ::

continue working In the future On a tax roll totaling # continued, and renewed ::
will the : ::
around $20,000, It Is estimatedthe Emplojteg. Uniroyal
as in the past to help operate your : City will pay between $400 Inc.'s Mygjrfluck. Conn effort to do all in my pow.z 1 t $::.

county government In a businesslike and $500: for this service on plant agriRr to forego a m er to make the Clay ,r ,''r : ::::
I next year's taxes. wage increase for three rrr1 County Educational Sys :::
manner. Ir;::;: tem Number 1 in the : ?::
The is also raisedas years. In order to keep the ,
question State of Florida. ; W
feel free to talk to me about our : to whether the city's bylaws 127-year-old facility open. 4
Always Yeur problems are : will have to be changed The three year moratoriumwas .
County Government. since they state that the city ratified by the rubber

my problems. .: shall have a tax assessor and a union members for the 4,000 I J pSzM
tax collector Council Chair- employees of the plant.
tremendous vote of : man Everett Fox said an opinion The I
Thank you for your will be sought as to agreement at the fa. I I
cility gives Uniroyal "some
oonf idence. i whether the new state law automatically -
abolished these municipal measure of relief" in regardto

offices without the necessity domestic competition a
of changing the charter. company spokesman said.The I Dr. R. M. PatersonPol.

MURRHEE SR. labor content of the rubber t a
O. J. II Fox says he thinks that the and canvas shoes accountsfor
city; assessor and collector
50 per cent of the cost of ( Adv Paid For By Dr R. M. PaterNs) ,:
should be already
(Pol. Adv. Paid For By O. J. Munhee Sr.) done paid for work making them, according to ....- ......-u....... ................ ....'. .. .' .... }..
the first };?vuyv Y.
........... during the +C JK ,.W/111.f1111rrrfif/ilri 1 ::: -''Wm' '' ,- "-::":::":::.::'i: :.:..:;.:::::::.:.:.:.:}::.:..::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:$::::.:..::?:.;.:;.;;:i-:;:;: _: :SNtiC'CtitiS.Yiita.: ::: : } ;::}:;:_:;{:}; ,
..... of their terms. company. '' ""
year two-year

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Bans Mobile. gins Mr.,Prreva explained,:his heirs, --, ,

City and present owners are scattered -
and the company, is now

(From Preceding Pace) nedy operated, a longtime by Mrs. Helen employee.Ken-

Problems of help and management CLASSIFIED: ADS GET RESUT&[
Tuesday with 711 students wim torney for the Keystone WaterWorks dictate selling, and anj
an estimated enrolment of 786 Inc., attended the meetIng such negotiations are stopped

for the coming year, which to ask that the stipulation by the possibility, of the city: ,
means additional police pro of city" purchase of the water purchasing: It and thus negating

tection there In the fu a eas works be deleted from the 1958 any Investment a private owner .. -
the school continue to crow.Mayor franchise ordinance. might make. b he said.The ouest- -
C. Prevatt Jr.. at- Since the death of G.E. Wig. Ion was turned over to the

----- ea t.--- finance and law committee: ,
w a. an sI t --
---- taI
rI headed by Joy Baker and Including . .
Cay Livingston and CLASSIFIED AD RATES :(!J'I.\' ''I. [ "
; MAN. Retired. Strong, healthy. FOR .SALE Quaker 011 cl .
To My Many Friends I Huntley Redfearn Jr. mentally alert. Expert draft- diluting heater
I In other action, the council Minimum Charge .__. 1.75 JIMMY MOORE'S ItPAY'S wLih: blower
MART man wants' work. 8640358. and draft
approved Nell Tucker to audit\ (Covers 15 word, << ) SUN SPORTS good condi
tion; $50 J.
W. Caskins.
I Ph.
I the city, books for the year; FABRICS Going out
Each word over IS-7o 964.5130 Raiford Road
approved tires and repairs, up MOORE BOAT FOR of business. All prices cut. Itchg
I I sincerely thank each of SOc Extra Charge If not CARTER must' Bank! 'USED
1 to $175 for the black garbage Everything igo. CLOTHING AND FUR
I you for your fine vote and truck to nasn iiMDectfnn:nkaved paid In advance YOUR MONEY Amerlcard Master. Charge. ITURE: Some- Antiques. Many

support In the Sept. 8 Prim I' a three-monUis' trial of trash CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Starke Ph. 964-5791 Kwy. 301, IVi mi. north of items 25c. Open one day, Saturday -

I ary. For those who gave ,pickup,Tuesdays and Thursdays. $1.50 Per Inch PAINTSNEW Waldo. ttchg only. Faith Bargain

I their time and effort I am I from the school where edible Complete Outboard & FOR RENT-2 bedroom trailer Store. 128 Court St.. Starke.

I deeply grateful. I garbage Is already picked up Memorials Resolutions Stern Drive Service and ITEMS on Klnysley Lane. Air con- Itp
dally by a private firm turned Proclamations etc -7c word Fiber
; Repair. Complete ditioned and central' heat. Ph. FOR ALE -VOX An>t>l1f1er,
I II down a request to pave the CARDS OF THANKS glass Repair. Custom- WALL PAPER 633-2366 nights tfchg. $300.00 Cash or $50.00 Equity
I. Your continued support and street alongside the post-
office because of lack of funds: ; SO words or less .. ......3.00 built Fiberglass Fishing RESIDENTIAL Building.: Lots,: and assume payments after
vote In the General Election Unpainted Furniture trnnsferlny it t Into
I and agreed to have Police Chief Each word over 50-7o Boat'. on Pratt Street for Sale. Suit your name.
on November 3 will be great- Wally Mulhoffer collect occupational Able for VAorFHA financing.A. : 724 N. Temple Ave or call

I ly appreciated.I I license fees on the Job Wood Graining Kit J. Thomas: Real'ocr.' Tel. 964.7337. TFD
whenever the municipal build- LEGAL FORMS. Brad. NEW LISTING 864-5701,
FOR RENT to couple or with.
I ing is closed. ford County Telegraph ph. 3 bedroom( dwelling hard K-80 Paint Remover 'toaby. Twa bedroom
to work for continued furnished
I. pledge Mayor Starnes noted that the 064-6305.: wood floors, dry wall and Fresh! Farm Grade A Eggs .
cottage' excellent
progress In all County county; now has three deputiesin panelling; tile ,taalth. Eu-'ilable: Houses Washed for .sale. Dozen: large 45c: H. Nollman. W.

I Government and to cooperate this area, instead of two; FOR for retired octuple or emailJJamlly. Lawn Mowers For Rent Medium 35e email SOc. On tfchg
and that Pine Air Farms has RENT-one 4-rcom: cot- Quiet section. Priced Lincoln City Rd. just south a aat_
with the people and other II '
I itage and: one 2-rcom: cob
discontinued operation of the at $9,000.00. A. J. 'l'bomu. 102 EAST BROWNLEE Of Steel Mill 964-5760. Itp
public officials In accomplishing furnished,! > on HUlcrest Lake.
I equipment Southern
on Realtor. Tel. 064.5701. FOR SALEAckerman
this goal. Railway and will remove it to Phone 4733171. 10-15 STREET

I I Lake Butler. FOR SALE4 Piece? sectional( :: BRADFORD
HOME REPAIRS Carpentering Farm
I AGAIN. .MARY THANKS! I the Old ltm&'a painting. rojfDij., !. concrete couch Phone' 964-7499.aqua.. Good condition.. Itp SEPTIC TANK

I I drives and paillos. No COTTAGE PARENTS-Men Cottage COMPAN.YREPAIRING 2 Miles North on West
Job too &m J1. Phone: 9645696. i"OR RENT bedroom trailer parent wanted. Some Side of Highway 301.

Elbe/ D. Saunders 3tp 9-2' real lco. OrtMs Loop.: Married couples and 'women
I Experienced: $ cretaryfat' -Call 9648245. Up Salary starts $347 per month. DRAIN CLEANOUTAND Charles M. Schmitt
per: person. 5 day week. 8 hour
!Jaw) office of Barton Dugla3.! FOR" SALE-3 bedroom )rouse. PUMPING
day. Promotional opportunities Phone 964-6200
COUNTY COMMISSIONER Immediate Wall lie "wall
opsming. Write P. air conditioned. ) State
Retirement sick
: leave
. I II
I DISTRICT 2 CLAY COUNTY Fla. 32601. 2tohg 9-17 chen. Approximately 2 mile! person only .Personnel Office,
difference between
a northwest of Starke. Rd. 18. Buiiland: Center, Gainesville.Fla. Starke, Fla. tfcng
(Paid Political Adv't) I boutique and a store is plainly" DANCING CLASSES Starting Call After 6:00: P.M. 864-5805, An equal opportunity; employer
week of -
explained on the price tags. Sept. 7. Lets register lti ,
ago-J row! Classes for all tfchg
ages. Ballet: Tap, Aoro, Modern FOR RENT: TV seta baby GLOVERELECTRIC

KEYSTONE Jazz. 3V4 yrs, Phone after 4 t>m. 9647098. refrigerator: day or week.: DA- Tetanus Toxold SEARSHas
tfc1 gTYPEWRITERS HMER'S. 9647923. tf-ChiWATSON'S \
Sleeping Sickness
C Complete Repair
Distemper Hepatitis LeptoComblotic
HEIGHTS Everthing
: Manual or ServiceWIRING.HEATING
Electric. For sale or rent. -
What KIND DIRECTORY Bradford County Telegraph. House of Vacuum STARKEPhone AIR CONDITIONING

Many brands of new vacuum
HOUSE PAINTING Inter 839.00 up. Used machines from FOR RENT12' wide 2 bedroom 964-6843 24 HOURS

ior-Exterior. Kool seal mobile S10 Expert Repa.1raaU- makes. trailer outslle: city ,_ 964-8835
L O ) BEAUTY SHOP (homes. Hourly or contract. Parts and Accessories for all limits. J. B. White 9646114.
First class work anship.. tfchg
vacuums. Built In Central vacuum
Contact Lonnia Roberts, Ral-
did you say? KEYSTONEBEAUTY ford, Fla. Mon.; Thu-: F1.' Main.cleaning: OalPfrsvllle systems.376.7110 712 N. FOR SALE: Atlas. Portable HIIIHIM UJUIUUIJIUHUMIJ
SHOPEDITH 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. 4311126. Electric Sewing! Machine. Excellent NEW AND USED SEWING
Nights and weekends. 431- CLASP ENVELOPES..n condition.: 1241 Temple

JOHNSON. Owner 1768. 4tp 10-15 .lies.-Bradford County Tele Ave. itp% PLUMBINGRITCH MACHINE

=- Penonal and Creative Hair Styling graph. FOR SALE Little Beaver
SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic! SALES & i
Every Form ef BeautyCdtnro Upright, Trailer, $350.00. 1969 SERVICEPFAFF
Letters, all ,
sizes colors. Permanent
-.Tues.-SAl.: clMedMoiuUy. NECCHI/
Datsun Station Wagon phone
Whatever your choice for for use on wood glass, Smith Plumbingand 4C9-6887 or 9646236.( lip NEW HOME- UNIVERSAL
plattlo. paper, metal leather Plumbing Co. $49.50
9- :NURSERY -Bradford County Supply FOR SALE New :brick 3 PARTS& REPAIRS Of4 All

,I' 1 feWBMVlMMMMtMMMWBWMBMM BIWlHMBBMlIM Telegraph. U 'bedroom 2 baths living room, PHONE 964.7653 OTHER MAKE MACHINESNATIOHAL

Raiford Road lining room, family room. P. O. BOX 943
O.C. Carnes Nursery FHA Conventional Financing.
Southern Marine STARKE
Phone 964.6023 FLA,
Contact Buford Mitchell
a new car. Thousands of plants AI 11 I W.UNIV./ AVE.
Moved To Gainesville Phone 964-6760. P.O. Box 238. 4TF ,-.
Fruit Trees-Shade Trees New NameGainesville Contracting and Repairs Starke. tfchg 378-1355

Evergreens Plumbing Fixtures:
MarineLYNN CUSTOM built porch ancS
Camellias &: ADieu Water Heater
patio :rails and post moll box
MOST ALL IN CANS HAMILTON MGR. Water Pump .abends. Mobile Homes, steps. I PUMPSNEW NOTICE
PLANT ANY TIME Johnson Motors Cobra Boats
FINANCE IT .Super Teat S ai:.on. Piton
Beautiful ROMS Marine Supplies
964-6489! or 964-S958. Brown'sWelding. AND USED
DID YOU KNOW it's easy to Starke and Keystone
LandscapingPhone 1030 E. University Ave. ._Itp I I
Gainesville own a Longchamp Home? Heights area Customers
rt 659.2165 Better built for Florida liv FOR SALE3 chest of drawers SALES
Yti ing. Your plans: or ours. Your $15.00 each, 1 double bed PARTS Hastings Mattressand
23 Mi. S. S. of Starke on IP WE DON'T HAVE ITwe'll lot or ours. Contact Buford ,with: mattress and tx>x springs. SERVICE

Hwy. 100 at Florahome get !It for you. Office Mitchell, phone 9644853. P. O. $13.00.: Dresser to match bed Deep and Shallow Wells Upholstery
HERE Supplies, Fur.lture:: EquIp. Box 238 Starke tfchg $15.00. four burner gas stove Water Softeners and
S. E. McKAY. REALTOR ment. Bradford County with grill $50.00, 1 Admiral 2 FiltersPlumbing 710 St. Johns Ave.PALATKA .
door refrigerator $75.00 2
COME IN GET ACQUAINTED KEYSTONE HX1OHT8: 47J-48U REDUCED RATES mattressps! $15.00 each. 717 Supplies

A *ratMl Serttee WANTED LISTINGSOn AUTO. FIRE. BOAT W. Call St. Starke Phone f34.. Is Open Again
KEYSTONE STATE BANK The Beat .la LakefireMHemee Homes and Acreage. Buyers DOYLE E.CONNERINSURANCE 5591. Itch? EXPERT SERVICE ON

A........ Rental Waiting Strout Realty. Reg. AGENCY ALL MAKES FURNITURE
Me..b. FJ>JLC. KTUMYwar B...t 111$. ASSOCIATES Broker 2117 N. Temple Ave. tea* PHONE 961.7061DURRANCE Repaired Refinished
Mtlha lUen 47SI74CCl Ph. 9G BARRETT
Mri. -6609 Starke. Fla. ReupholsteredNEW
Frlmdr Buk Ia Yea
1'rI- i.. Che.slagtu. 474f7fl
,----M7.- I.. I. Bsalneaa. 47VSM1 For all your Real Estate BAIRD Water Conditioning MATTRESSESFREE

___ ____ __ NeedsBuy- Appraisals.- Sell Expert Exchange Mobile Homes and Pump Co. ESTIMATES

r 1 Advice on all Real NEW and USED Call Collect 328-2144
Estate Problems Call 8-10-12 WideGalncevflle 130 Court.Street DRAGLINE
BILL POWELL Phone 964-5832 AND

How can t tt Starke Reg. Phone Real Plaza Estate 96I-C464- Broker Starke Good QualityReasonably Priced STARITEWater BULLDOZER WORK I LEWISWELDING SHOP '

LIt'Pi11tFiu1d tfchgVolkswagen Gainesville 378-2785 Conditionersand CLINTONROBINSON Whispering Pines ;Motel -
t t tt Serviced Guaranteed and Pumps .
Delivered la Starke Area WELL DRILLING US 301 S. Phone

do all his banking lei' Brown NO EXTRA COST Sales and Rentals 964-8252.

t t tt TO 4O N. 450S NW un.Galn.a.me Repair Department PH. 281.3593' UTILITY TRAILERS
171- 7U
at night? 24 Hour Service PENNY FARMS CUSTOM: BUILTGAS
t t tt BIG PENS. Ban Point .:.. !tfclig: WELDING BRAZING
Tale.graph. $6.98 8 trrck tapes for sale
fills. Bradford County SHEET METAL
for $5.98 or $3.50 with a trade -
In at DAHMER'S: Discount
t %5 POSTq E New. .* Vsetf tfchg
salsa .....
1 ML North 'WI 12.25 withstand doz. Special weather price 20e on each larger 4 and 8 Track Stereo Tape /Ys l A Y T R j A D f RRfSAOMtf'
ef Tlaj Man Players for cars for sale only
't quantities.! Bradford County
Telegraph. tf $49.95 at DAHMER'S Discount
House. tfchg

1 EASY. II t tt fAmED: Used Wrtnrer-WMfl FOR SALE New and used
er. Will pay cash or take In
; appliances We stock Norge
trade on anything. DAHMER'8, .
Whirlpool KKchen' Aid Corn
BEGGS 864-7823. tf-Chg ir.Q cook pings Er.1>rprse! ,
II t tt
t Gulf Service WILL BUY: Used Appliance. and Scotchman' Ie Makers.
We semceI'haJt -wo eell.Wells
any-n Appliance:: U.S. 301 South 2

t He does it by mall. t Top Prices for Wrecked Cars miles phone 064-6061. tfchg rr.
AMANA 7-foot chest freezenthat
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carry\ a 9-year warrantyfor
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'f as asking us for a free Bank-by-Mail form, Used Can $149.95 at DAHMER'S. tfchg 2 gas stoves. 1 gas heater, ,
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at DAHMER'S e. -.

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