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 26, 1985
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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; ::; ;::; :::: Seven Democratic races

and one Republican remainto

Mixing .. : I Shaw Seeks be settled by the votersat

d the polls in the Second

Primary election next I
P Tuesday.

State House Bradford County turned out i

72.12 per cent of Its total Demo-
To BusSought
cratic strength and about 50 I
per cent of Its slim Republican!
registration in the First Primary -
tTM -
t Pro Tern Post May 8. The Democraticvote
Qom. here was far above the

state average due to several
hotly contested local races.It .
County school officials here Rep. Gene Shaw Is taking aim conservation causes.
are still hoping the U.S. Department at the 1971-72 Florida House Randell and Shaw are the Is considered doubtful that
of Health, Educationand speaker pro tempore post now only two small county members next Tuesday's turnout will be
Welfare will approve emer- vacant since the defeat two In the race for the pro as heavy although three local
gency desegregation funds to weeks ago of Rep. Ralph Tyre, tern spot That's one reason raMS remain to be settled in
purchase new school buses. D-Lake City. Shaw says, he decided to get the:'Un-off.
Into the race. He feels the
Last word Bradford school "I In it Shaw said Tues
am smaller counties should balancethe Leading In Interest locally Is
officials had from HEW, how- day". in it to win now House power structure witha the contest between Gilbert S.
ever, was In Lake City Sept. 3 '-- that I'm In the race." man In the number two spot. (Gib) Brown and Randy Johns
when a Federal representativestated -' '- But there's plenty of competition Speaker-designate Is Rep for the two-year unexplred term
that the county will receiver for what has been a Richard Petttgrew D-Miaml. of Clerk of the Circuit Court.

500 requested only $15,000 to aid In of the$242-desegregation View of a portion of the Hampton city dump Sign which was posed at the dump site last Friday the relatively state House insignificant power post struc-in But Shaw also admits to aspirations Johns led In the five-man First I
with to
process. Asst. which has been declared a sanitary nuisance by the morning announcing closing of the dump is now ture. of higher things in Brown's Primary 803.race 1,119 votes I

Supt. Connie Clark and Cur- Florida Division of Health and the Air and Water resting behind Hampton city hall after it was taken The number two post is soughtnow the House leadership. His eye

riculum Supervisor Foster Shi down by three councilmen acting on advice of city's byTed: is on the speaker's post per- Other candidates In this race I
Smith were called to Lake City Pollution I Control Board attorney. Alvarez of Jacksonville, haps by 1975: if things go right. received a total of 1,997 votes

and given that Information in a a dairy owner nicknamed The Bradford representativewho One of them Charles Hardy,
20 minute session with the HEW "Milkman" who favors western represents the same six who was low man with 591, has I
consultant clothing and has provided mo- counties as did Ralph Tyre,also qualified with the Secretary of
But noting Monday that $32- ments of unintentional comic says he will consider com- State as a write-In candidate I
200 has been approved for Columbia Battles relief In House debates. promises which would place in the General Election, but
County to purchase new Hampton -John Clark of Lakeland, a him In position for higher posts has said he would reserve his I
buses, Supt. Clark says Brad- quiet Polk County elementary in years to come. There Is final decision until after Tues-
ford officials are hopeful now school principal who's voiceis also a feeling among many leg- day's outcome.
that funds for new buses will Infrequently heard in the islators Shaw says, that the
Eddie Allen and E.W.Hodges
be approved here. House. speaker pro tern job shouldbe ,
Clark noted that Bradford's -Harold Featherstone of HIaleah given more Importance. Jr. are competing in the runoff -
application for the $242,500 In an attorney who has em- for the County Com- I
emergency desegregation funds Closing Of DumpLetters braced the conservative small There is discussion of the missioner District Four post.

should be sent on the HEW's county cause far more openly speaker pro tempore position Hodges was high man! in the
regional office in Atlanta for than most of the 22-man Dade becoming a stepping stone to First Primary with 1.340 votes. ;
consideration there.He is hope delegation.Ted the speaker's post, Shaw says. only 99ahead of Allen
ful that when the regional HEW Randell of Fort Myers Now the speaker pro tempore with 1,241. The outcome will
office reviews the application and memos were flying landfill operations at the Hampton nuisance.In tog In the polluted water drain- a burly real estate investor simply acts in place of the depend on who makes the most
the county will be granted more fast and furious between site do not meet sanitary the meanwhile, Mrs. Hazel ing into the Santa Fe River strong on hunting and fishing speaker when he wants to step successful bid for the 1,058
Hampton officials and repre- regulations, and recommendingthat Thomas, a member of the down from rostrum or has First Primary votes that wentto
than the $15,000 the HEW representative who Is Identified with severalA
in Lake City said sentatives of two state agencies the site be closed Immed- Hampton Council and wife of Continued on Page Four) to be absent; he does not succeed Harold Waters.
this week in the contin- hauled to Hampton Mayor Wlllard Tho-
the county will receive.In iately, and garbage to the top post.
Lake City the officials uing battle of the I lampton dump. the Keystone dump.In mas, who also operates the A man seeking.the speaker's Arthur R. Gaskins and John-
also were told that the $15,000 A sign went up at the dump regard to removal of the city's garbage collection ser- ''job must also look five or six We'Blaine Thompson who ran '(
cannot be spent on buses, but last Friday morning postedby sign, Trawick said that no county vice, said that a 27-acre site years ahead, Shaw points out. neck-and-neck in the Mrstpri-
earmarked most of those funds County Sanitarian Jack Tra equipment will be used at for a new dump is available to For instance, Jtep. Terrell, D- mary to unseat Incumbent I-.W. (1
wick, announcing that the dump landfill the city, located north of the Bennett In School District
for printing of materials and the dump to continue the Tampa, Is Already lined up for Board -
publications which would was closed, and was promptly operation as part of the present dump. She said the the 1972-73 speakershlp. One, will stage repeat '
sup- taken down afternoon He property can be purchased, but
Friday mosquito control program. performance next Tuesday withBennett's I
posedly be used to ease racial -
three council the city will not buy It until Shaw has already made himself -
tension the by Hampton members said that If garbage continuedto First Primary sup-
mixing resulting from acting on advice of the be dumped at that location, it is known whether or not well-respected In House port deciding the issue. Gas-
School process.officials here town's attorney, Richard L. it would be the City of lIampton's it would be approved by the debates. His knowledge of Issues kins led In the First Primarywith )
say, Wilson who said Division of Health and the Pol- and biting sarcasm has
however that the Immediateneed a hearing problem, and it would not a narrow 94-vote margin
should be held in the matter lution Control Board caused many an opponent to
be covered by county equipment over runner-up Thompson. The
is for buses which became
take his seat. The Bradford
before closing action taken. Trawick said yesterday he count
was until further notice from wqs, : Caskins 1.391;
necessary as a result of Trawick said his action had been in contact by phone representative Is also a prime
the school decreedby came the Division of Health and the Thompson, 1,297; and Bennett,
districting after instructions were received Air and Water Pollution Con- with the Division of Health office mover in the 42-member Con- 838.
U.S. District
in Jackson-
a from the Florida Division in Jacksonville and that servative Florida Democratics
trol Board, both of whom have
does ville. not The have county at present busesin of Health stating that branded the site a sanitary their entomologist, S. E. group in the (House. Among the Democratic can-
enough Shields, will try to come here didates for Governor Attorney
running condition to
get the last of the week to view General Earl Faircloth seems
children to school without makIng B. the proposed new site and also SladeBarbecue likely to carry the county next
double Rated
runs or starting pick
Kenny another proposed county dump Tuesday since he had a substantial -
ups as early as 7 a.m. which
site the Brownlee Road
on near lead of 552 votes In the
is not for
good elemen-
New River. First Primary over the second
tary students. Parents from The original complaint about high man. Sen. Reubln AsUn
the Graham
area have already
Tough Opponent the Hampton dump was made who Is in the run-off with Fair-
protested about the bus schedule by former Hampton councilman cloth, ran third in Bradford on
to the School
Tom Board.Supt. R.J. Williams, who lives near J.1 1 SaturdayA May 8, only a few votes behind
Casey told the Bishop Kenny will be a tough Moore grid squad. the dump site, In letters to Sen. John E. Mathews, who
Graham ._
parents buses simplyare opponent In Jacksonville this "They're a fine footalll the Division of Health and the barbecue came in second here. *no vow
not available to alevlate Friday night when Bradford's team," says Coach David Hurse Pollution Control Board. Williams honoring Sen.Tom was: Falrcloth, 1,364; Mathews,
the the early pickups. He also told Tornadoes meet the Crusadersat of Bishop :Moore, "But so is and the city are currently This VW rolled twice or I i U. S. 301 Sunday night Slade candidate of Jacksonville for State, Republican Treasurer 812; Askew, 796; and Hall, 607. I il
parents the Graham area 8 p.m. on Bolles' Field, Bishop Kenny." Involved in a dispute overa throwing? its driver out an I leaving him on the paved I
Is not the only area in the Coach David purse says. strip of land near the dump, ment critically injured. will be held Saturdayat In the U.S. Senate race, for-
county with that problem but which Williams included the John Whitehead farm mer Governor Farris Bryant
Kenny gained 195 yards rush- recently -
out rural Kenny Is a Junior-senior team in Union County from 6 to I
pointed residents In
carried Bradford with 1.304.
and has experience than ing on Bishop Moore and fumbled in a sale of land, but which
more 9
Continued( -on Page Four) his Tornadoes the BUS coach once on Moore's two yard the city also claims. A suit p.m. while Sen. Lawton Chiles, -Us
The Jax, team fields 175 line, Ilurse points out. to settle this matter is pend- Sen. Slade will fly In late running-mate on Sept. 29, was !
-x:Y:35k2: :::r'k': :::rf.Y.v7.:: : : :;:'rfr'i.fnit: : :: ;:r'rfiGyM pound says. and ends. Only "We'll have to be vastly Im VW Crashes Saturday afternoon from Sara- third In this county with 880.
guards ing.Williams sota, where he will be endorsedin Sen. Fred Schultz who
man under* 170 pounds Is back proved. We can't play the same says this circum- ran ,
i t Bob Ammean, a speedy 140- kind of ball we did against stance has nothing to do with a speech by Sen.Strom Thur third in the state was second ;I
: ; mond of South Carolina. Slade in Bradford with 916.
I pound senior who plays the Baker High. Coach Hurse his complaint about conditionsat
0)1G.tie\ slot position and has a good says. "If we do we'll be in the landfill project and the Man CriticalNorthbound is expected to address the gathering Chiles' surprising show of
I pair of hands. bad trouble. possible pollution of water of supporters from this strength statewide is generally
Z "Our line will have to doa draining from the site. area at the Whitehead farm
Kenny's best guard Is Emerson credited to Ms walking tour of
Fotzla a 175-pound: senior much better job offensively One incumbent councilmannoted Wildwood, Fla. man was traffic was routed shortly after his arrival. Florida during the campaign
0 who Is strong and a good block- to keep them off our running that Williams voiced no critically Injured Sunday night around the accident scene on The Whitehead farm is located -
:Sf er. His running mate at left game," lIurse says of the Bishop complaint about the dump dur- when his 1963 Volkswagen sedan the west shoulder of the north- just west of New River Two state senators, Elmer
f guard, David Heekin, is a good Kenny game. ing the period he was In office. went out of control and bound lane for more than an and is reached by turning off Friday of Fort Myers, and I
{:: :iff: athlete. Kenny Is expected to run a Members of Hampton's official turned over just south of Starkeon hour after the accident hap- Highway 100 on the first road Robert Shevin, of Miami are
Top Crusader lineman is big six man line with a four deep family were incensed last US-301. pened at 11:30: p.m. Sunday.Six west of Long Bridge. Direct- battling It out next Tuesday for
flij and tough tackle Jim Shellen- man In the secondary. Their weekend by the fact they received Porter Ray Tralor, 34, was accidents were reported ional signs will be posted. Tickets the Democratic nomination for
't< berg, a 205-pound junior. "He best linebacker plays head on a letter from the Pollution reported In very critical con- here from Sept. 13-19 but Tra- for the barbecue are available Attorney General. Friday led
;4 can hurt you" reads the BUS the offensive center. Other Control Board dated dition Wednesday by the Florida lor was the only Injury. at Stump's. Leila's in Bradford with 1,257: votes in
f scouting report. Tackle Mike than a halfback playing headon Sept. 17, giving the city until Highway Patrol station here. Two accidents occurred Sun- and Hurst Shell Station for $1 the First Primary, followedby

: Mengens, a 195-pound junior, the offensive wideout, he is September 15 (two days before lie is In the University of Florida day, Sept. 13. A 1966 Dodge contribution. Shevin with 1,079.
is also big strong, and slso Kenny's only linebacker. the letter was written) to state Medical Center. sedan, driven by Johnny Oad Workers In Sen. Slade's campaign I.
t 16 North Florida In the run-off for Commissioner -
a good blocker. But number 61 who plays that what steps were being takento Tralor was thrown out of the Dobbs 73, Raiford, wreckedon from
r Pack 513 :|:: Quarterback Pat McMahan position Is tabbed as a topflight correct the dump situation. car and was found In the mid- SR-100 after an unknown counties attended a dinner Florida Public Ser-
170-12, Is a very accurate passer linebacker and was In on Mrs. Thomas said Wednes- dle of the north bound traffic vehicle stopped suddenly In meeting at 7 p.m. last Fridayat vice Commission, the contestis
i CUB SCOUT |f fi and a good runner. He 90 per cent of the tackles against day that a lengthy letter was lane. front of It. Dobbs applied the the Starke Coif & Country between William H. Bevis
Club. Sen. Slade addressed the and Wilson W. Wright. Bevis
brakes, according to Trooper
will roll out and run with the Bishop Moore. He stays being forwarded by the cityto FHP officers Investigating the
i 1 Recruiting Meeting f fc |l football. His receivers are split low Is hard to block. the Division of Health reviewing accident Sunday thought the car Burnett, the car slid sideways group, outlining strategy to be led In Bradford In the First
Primary 653
used in for the votes a slim
campaigning ,
the from across a railroad track, and
entire matter
end Mike Brown, 175-12, who Defensively Bishop Kenny Is had dropped off the pavementat
? Toes.. Sept. 29 |:: has deceptive speed,good hands strong and quick. The defensive the standpoint of the city. a driveway. According to went Into a ditch where It November General Election. 605.lead: over Wright, who polled
After the session with work-
In a memorandum dated September struck a tree. No charges were
and is a fine receiver. Mc backs come up quicklyto Trooper S.P. Burnett, Investigating -
8 P.M. :|j;: Mahan also throws to tight end stop an opponent's running 9, J.B. Earle, an Investigator officer the car left filed but $600 damage was estimated ers, the meeting was open to Only one race remains on

': Southslde School |j jCafetorlum Kevin O'Shea, 175-11 who has game. for the Air & Water the road .3 miles south of to the front of the the public at 9 o'clock, and the Republican ballot In the
:: strong hands and can block Offensively, Coach Hurse Pollution Control Board said Starke and just north of the Second Sen. and Mrs. Slade visited Second Primary, with incum-
too. Slot man Bob AmmeanIs rates Bishop Kenny much better .- that he contacted personallythe BAG Truck Stop: Sept. 13 mishap occurred with friends and supporters before bent Gov. Claude Kirk seekingthe
also a threat. than Macclenny. The complainant, Mr. R.J. Williams when a 1965 Pontiac leaving later in the eve-
8.10 i big Leaving the road on the east partY's nomination for another -
Boys ;:;
r : Kenny's best back Is Eugene running back, Meek is pro- and toured the area and shoulder the VW traveled 135: driven by Glenn Howard Thrower ning by plan for Miami. term against the threat
;:; Eligible 0 Meek, 195-11 and Is big, strong bably one of the best runners subject dump Indetall on Thurs- feet on the shoulder, came bank/ :55, Jacksonville struck two of drug store magnate JackM.
>> 9 and fast. Meek is called on the Tornadoes will see all year, day, Aug. 27, 1970. The following onto the pavement, traveled 91 black cows crosslngSR-lOOhalf THOMAS REUNION!. Eckerd. Kirk led statewide
when the Crusaders the Head Tornado facts were revealed: mile south of Starke about 8:30: CHURCHThe
yardage says. and
::; i::: feet across pavement, and also In Bradford which
e.J..nunun.tu: II Fullback Doug Secthel.175- The Tornadoes will have to a. The complaint is a valid went Into the median. The car p.m. Thrower was traveling gave him 61 votes to 35 for.
r about ''IS'mph, according to
12, Is a good blocker and Thomas Reunion
; a be rated underdogs because of one In all aspects. turned over twice, throwing the Family Eckerd.
>> tough runner to blind down. the Inexperience of the sophomore b. The dump site is locatedin driver out, traveled 129 feet Trooper Burnett, and no will be held Sunday, Oct. 11 at

J t1tc1fjctnk I The experienced Crusader laden ball club.ButHurse a "poorly drained to no back across the pavement and cident.charges Damage were filed to Thrower'scar In the ac- Midway Church In Union County Bradford County has only 224
I football team Is aggressive, expects his squad to Improve drainage" area adjacent to and came to rest 10 feet off the A basket dinner will be registered Republicans and
estimated at $500.A : .
quick, strong, big, and likes was served at 1 Friends and
every week. of east shoulder In an upright p.m. 5,676 Democrats. The 23 Independents
.Account* Now Injured j to hit BIIS coaches part a swampy area. Jacksonville woman, Ruth
I who scouted The Kenny will played position. relatives of the late George
game registered here
Is only will
The table
""" to UO.OOO by :I: c. water Lillian :Myers, 57 was charged
Kenny In Orlando Friday at Rnlles Field in Jacksonville Estimated speed of the and Sarah Dowling Thomas are not have
...1 o.w.- f;: about 12 Inches below the ground vehicle with Improper change of lane a chance to vote until -
fi..wnt.S993Sbi9FS Coryaraia? rr night. The Crusaders lost their on San Marco Blvd. and starts surface; therefore, all garbageis was 65 mph. No chargeswere urged to attend.Weeta T. the November General Elec
r "qy-f: : :::: opener 26-14 to a fine Bishop Friday at 8 p.m.l deposited in water, result- filed In the accident (Continued .on Page Four) Burnsed Box 326, Macclenny. tion.


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P Hospital Auxiliary Kim & Dale Brown

V Votes to Purchase Observe Birthdays ,f

Cardiac ConsoleThe ".. h

Mr. and Mrs. Dale Brown I;
Bradford : gave a birthday part; Satur- I
i r Auxiliary voted 'I' day afternoon at their home
"toibao' the
7 Console hrtpital a Cardiac : on-Highway 16 West tor their
ate cost of $4.430
rrr children, Kim and Dale Jr.,Kim
as the year's
: project was
three old on Sept. yl
was years
announced at the meeting Mon- ,' ., 20 and Dale Jr. was one year ,
day night. 7 '
Gladys Moot)':'Phon* 994.7900Socfefy Mrs. Eugene Tamer ,, : old on Sept. 18. tw.w
presidentelect ,} 'i,;''"''; ," The party; was held In the
EdUor presided at the .F''IW' : yard where balloons were k A
; .
.- meeting Methodist which Fellowship was held In Hall.the iji";";;'< h'' : strung. The picnic table was j
covered with a birthday party;
b __.J c "" ''''''' ministrator George Canova explained, Hospital the need Ad- I cloth and centered with and a can-cake 7Mr.
of topped with a WOy-kat;
the Cardiac Console for heart h -

patients and informed the Auxiliary :- dles.Games were played by the 17young.ters \
on several ways the coat
and prizes
could be financed.There ; Ronnie
l Assisting were Mrs.
and Mrs. Morse
will be
an Auxiliary Thomas, Mrs. Bobby McRae .
Workshop on Sept. 30 In St. "' and Mrs. John Dempsey. Note Anniversary
Augustine and members are
r ___ urged to attend. The Florida
State Conference will be held ". .Class of 1937 Mr. and Mrs. William R.
Nov. 11-13 at Daytona Beach. Morse of Melissa, Texas, former -
BarbecueMr. Starke residents,celebrated -
Mrs. L.C. Early was welcomed -
as a new member. Mrs. their golden wedding
George Anderson, membership Bill Powell'' versary recently with an open
and Mrs.
.9 '' T .I chairman 93 members.The reported. there were Col. James A. Griffin Honored On RetirementCol. of a Klngsley barbecue* Lake supper entertainedat Sunday house for family and friends.

% president has asked for for members of the BHS class Club NoticeThe
:r.IIt". the donation of hard-back and James A. Griffin (second from left), retiring: as Maintenance Officer since of 1937. Among the 12 class Junior
paperback books for the hospitality September 1947. Mr.
attending were
; t3oors'Talking cart at the hospital. Maintenance Director at Camp Blanding, was pre- Mrs. Griffin was also pre- members Wills Smith of Houma.La. executive board of the
She also stated the cookies have sented numerous gifts and plaques at-a dinne in his sented a gift by Mrs. Mavis and. who are vacationing this Junior Woman's Club will meet
been received which will be sold honor last Friday night. With Col. Griffin are (from Ward, representing the women week at W.C. Townsends' on Monday, Sept. 28, at the homeof
: from now until Christmas. left) Col. Harry M. Hatcher, Jr., his successor, and employees at Blanding. Kingsley Lake. Mrs. Paul Kish.HSLADE .

j jI two employees of the maintenance department, Oren -- "L ...... .... .... .... .... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ............-..-.....-......-..... ..........-.. ..... ...... ...... ...... ....A...
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Shower Given

Book' Service For Mrs. Barrett Training Equipment Pool
Camp Blanding employees of

I Now Available At LibraryPictured Recent BrideMrs. the their Military wives, held Department a dinner Fri-and Organizational No.7, State MaintenanceShop ForestrY BARBQUESaturday

day night Sept. 18, at the En- State Quartermaster and USP
with the new "Talk- expanded until It Is now sup- William Barrett Jr.,the listed Men's Club honoring Col. & FOSupply.Col. : .
Ing Book" equipment at the ported *y an appropriation of former Patty; Rosier, a recent James A. Griffin who Is retiring
Starke library are Mr.and Mrs. approximately :95 1/2 million. bride was honored at a bridal after 23 years as Director of Harry M. Hatcher Jr.. 26th
Joe Kerrigan and Mr. and Mrs. Any eligible person Invited shower Monday night In the Maintenance for the Florida who will succeed Col. Griffin Night Sept.
Alex Morton members of the to contact the library for use Florida State Prison employ National Guard. as Director of Maintenance
Senior Citizens Club, who will of the equipment which may be ee's Club house. Hostesseswere The formal military retirement served as master of ceremon-
help the library keep in touch checked out of the library for Mrs. J.T. Richardson, ceremony. for Col. Griffin ies at the dinner, and presented -
with persons eligible to enjoy three weeks. Mrs. J.E. Hitchcock Mrs.J.F. who has completed more Col. Griffin with bronze O'CLOCK
these facilities. Tompkins Mrs. William E. than 40 years of military ser- plaques from the National Guard
Complete records of some Booth Mrs. Medford Shealy, vice, will be held during retreat Bureau, Washington, D.C.,
2,500 books, ranging from the Gun Safety Mrs. Jams Murphy and Mrs. ceremonies at Headquarters commemorating the 13 years Senator
classics to modem novels suchas To Be SponsoredBy Kenneth Johns. Department of Military that the Superior Performance There will be a Bar-B-Que
"Airport",are provided free The mantel In the clubhousewas Affairs State Arsenal, St.Augustine Award was won by Co. Griffin Tom Slade candidate for State Treasurer, at
by the Library of Congress Junior ClubThe banked with white magnolia on Friday, Sept. 25. as State Maintenance Officer ,
through Library Services, boughs Interspersed with artificial Following the dinner last Friday for Florida. One awardIs the John Whitehead Farm in Union County.
Florida Council for the Blind, magnolia blossoms and gifts were presented to Col. given in each State and Col.
Daytona Beach. The special record Junior Woman's Club Is on a large table was a cupid Griffin by personnel of all Griffin received this distinction Tickets are available for a $1.00 donation at

player, required for the sponsoring a gun safety classat shaped urn filled with white sections of the State Malnten- 13 years out of the 16 Leila's Stumps and from campaign workers. -
8 1/2 speed discs Is also pro- the Ralford firing range at gladioli, mums and daisies.The nance Office Including Arma- that the presentations were ,
vided from the same source. the State Prison on Saturday gift table was covered with a ment, Automotive, Service made before being discontinued Senator Slade will address the ,eratn ring
The "Talking Book" serviceis from 2 to 5 P.m. pale lemc llonr cloth and centered Signal Administrative, and Inspection In 1968.A .
primarily for the blind and The speaker will be Don RIley with n arrangement of Sections. Gifts were tribute was paid to the retiring at approximately 6:00: t .m. The Whitehead

physically handicapped. To be of the FBI, Gainesville,who mixed seas til flowers. The also Dresented bv the Annual officer by Sgt. Robert Farm i ill located Just off hichvray 100 act'ossLon
eligible to check out the equip will talk on gun safety; and Ore- refreshment able was cov- Drake representing the Organization -
ment a crippled person must arms. ered with a unite lace cloth Fund Camp Blanding.Col. Bridge and the road will be marked.]{
be unable to turn pages, or to Those attending are askedto over pink linen and centered Griffin responded, thank-
hold a book. Persons suffering bring revolvers and am- with an epergnette filled with Ing the personnel for their cooperation
from extreme weaknessorfati- munition If possible.Duplicate white carnations and white ta- during his 23 years

gue, or from other physical pers. Mrs. Murphy presidedat . . . .. . . . . . . . . .. . . ,
limitation preventing him from the punch bowl. - -

reading regular print, such as Bridge Among the 125 guests were
cerebral palsy or multiple Mrs. N.B. Rosier, mother of Fabulous Fashions In This
sclerosis, are also eligible. Winners NamedMrs. the honoree Mrs.William Bar- rs
Nursing homes, hospitals, Institutions rett Sr. of Lawtey and Mrs.
E.B. Andrews of Lake Butler, CONTEMPORARY BEDROOMIn
and schools may use Hilda Dey and Mrs. 9 LOVELY
the "Talking Book" service Mary Cook were the winning who were presented with cor-
for their clients.A sages.
at Duplicate

available catalog at of the book library titles, from Is couple four Tuesday tables night In play.where there were honoree The hostesses with a corsage presented and the an Your Choice Of Lustrous Walnut Or

which the records may be ordered Mrs. J.D. Odom and Mrs. Ironing board and steam Iron
from Daytona. At present as a memento of the occasion"Party
George Miller were second and
the library has on hand Mrs. M.A. Baldwin Jr and
the records for William Faulk- j White
Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton were f
ner's novel, "Light in August"This third. For Norman,
program was started The Duplicate Bridge Clut: _
Softball TeamMr.
back'in 1931 when President meets every Tuesday night at til
Herbert Hoover signed a bill Pratt Street
7:30: p.m. In the Afw
authorizing the expenditure of Recreation Center and Is open and Mrs. L.M. Norman ,
$100,000 annually by the Fed- to all bridge players.BCVFD Jr. were hosts at a shrimp II IIat
eral government to coordinateand
expand library service for supper Saturday night at their MurrayFreemanEngagement 1 titd.NI III TII4

the blind basis.on a The national program and has regional Meet LadiesTo MondayThe home on of Highway Softball the Norman's team.225 for members Farmwoman's Told ,I'1rvt Lr

The buffet table was centered Mrs. Bonnie Murray of
Stork Shower For with an arrangement of roses Starke announces the engage-

Mrs. HollingsworthMrs. Bradford County Volunteer and fern and at one end of the ment of her daughter, Bonnie
Fire Department Ladies table was a square sheet cake ,Elaine, to Staff Sgt. Sylvan
Auxiliary will hold It's regular decorated like a Softball dia- August Freeman of Great Falls r
Tommy Holllngswortt monthly meeting Monday nigh mond with miniature players. Montana.
was honored at a stork shower September 28, at 7:30 p.m. a The 18 attending Included team The bride-elect graduatedfrom I I I IFi
Thursday night Sept. 17, given the Fire House on Edwards ,members husbands and dates. Bradford High School In
by Mrs. Don Bagwell, Mrs. Loop. i968 and is now in the US Army
Johnny Johnson and Miss Karen All members are urged to J stationed at Ft. Leonardwood
Melson at the Colonial Florist attend.A Mo. where she is studying nurs-
Shop. special invitation is extended l ing.Sgt. Fi '4 _4 =
Games were played by the to the members of the .. Freeman graduated from
25 attending and prizes were Klngsley Lake Auxiliary to be III'i' high inh1967.nHe. Falls,Mon :
awarded. The refreshment table guests of the Bradford County; tana Is serving his
was centered with an arrangement Auxiliary for this meeting. second tour with the US Army
of red roses, yel- Mr. and Mrs. AB.: Whitehead and has served in the Republic
Jr. announce the adoption of of
low daisies and a swan. Mrs. Vietnam.
Bagwell presided at the punch Bake Sale PlannedBeta a son. Terry Lane,born June 17, The wedding will be an Oct-
bowl. 1970. ober event with the date to be A
The honoree was presentedwith announced.L.O. .
a diaper pall filled with Sigma Phi will hold a Mr. and Mrs. James Franklin !
baby accessories from her Bake Sale In front of Wlrai- Allen of Starke, announcethe Hazen underwent eye :
hostesses as a memento of the Dixie at the Starke Plaza on birth of a son James Daren, In Alachua General
occasion. Saturday morning, Sept. 26. on Sept. 20 in the Bradford Hospital surgery last week.
County; Hospital.


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i'ft4 FJIHI(116IV Arch Prevatt, 69. of Kings clinic to ,
ley Lake died Tuesday.Sept. firearms safety Army Mr. and Mrs. Barney Mc ( '- 1
22, in a Jacksonville hospital be conducted: : by U.S. Rae and Rev. Raymond Gomes
after a long illness. Born in Special Forces personnel from visited Mr. and Mrs. Al Harley WAN A SAVE \
. .. Clay County on Oct. 19. 1900 Camp Blending is set Satur-Air at Merritt Island and Mr. ?
he was the son of the late day Sept. 26 at Keystone and Mrs. Glen Conner in Orlando
Beta Sigma Phi Mr. and Mrs. James New Paul and Louisa Sibley Pre- Park.It last Tuesday and Wed Some
To Meet man and children of Pompano vatt. A retired carpenter, he will be sponsored for the nesday.Mr. hJAlGjJ .
MondayGamma Beach spent Saturday to Tues had lived in Jacksonville for second straight year by Jhe
day with Mr. and many years before moving to Keystone Heights Sportsmen and Mrs. George Mor- .
Theta Chapter of Beta Mrs. Roy Clemens, and Mr. KIngsley Lake In 1967.He wasa Club according to President rison and family of Leesburgwere ..
Sigma PhI will meet Monday and Mrs. Albert Newman. member of Grace Baptist fleaS Morgan. visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Sept. 28, at 8 pjnu in the homeof Church Starke. of events beginningat of Henry Morrison on Sunday.Mr. ; GOT T* Mrs.J.F. Daugherty in Law Among the students returningto Surviving are his wife, Mae 9 ajn. include handling hy
college are: Robbie Barks- Galney Prevatt four sons,Melvtn firearms, shooting competition, and Mrs. Tom T. Long
tey.A vacation auction will be dale to FSU; Reggie Flynn to of Melrose; Donald, Jacksonville and hunting. The events and Jr. and son. Tray of Atlanta
held during the evening all U. of F. ; Ginger Baldwin, Jane ; Wilbert, Hampton;and I times are: and Mr. and Mrs. David Longof
members are reminded bring Crosby and Melody Cuttino to Glenn KIngsley Lake four 9 furnish 10-16. rifle and Orlando will spend the weekend N Rg46oN" LE
a wrapped souvenir with themto Tlft College; Kathy Myers to daughters, Mrs.Thelma Woods, ammo with their parents Col.
the meeting. Flagler College in St. Augustine KIngsley Lake; Mrs. Norma 10:30: a.ra.- Women .22 caliber and Mrs. T.'. Long.
; Joyce Denmark to Santa Greene Eau Gallic; Mrs.Paula competition, weapon and RErnS LtD
..1 Fe Junior College; and Steve Hagemes and Mrs.taulette" Me- ammo furnished: or bring your LT. Hazen of Mobile, Ala. F'11t
Among those attending the Denmark and Wayne Blanken- Keller, both of Jacksonville; own. visited his sister, Mrs. A.E.
Vesper service Saturday night ship fexthe University of Geor- one sister, Mrs. Hulda Lee 11:30 a.m. Modern weaponrj McKlnney Monday and Tues- \' "
at St. Johns the Divine Greek Starke; 13 grandchildren and demonstration by Army Specla:'
Orthodox Church, in Jacksonville gia.Vic four great-grandchildren. Forces. day.Mr. A>T 13nJ.DwIN.$ .
and reception followingfor Bannlsterb Buzzy Cos- Funeral services will be held 12:30: p.m.- Chicken box din- and Mrs. Ewell Lawson SEE 'III J
the Most Reverend ArchBishop tello, ey and Mike at 2 p.m. Friday In Grace ner. and Jimmy Lawson visited Mrs.
Takovas were Mrs. J. Valldejuli have retumed froma Baptist Church with Rev. DonR. 1:30: p.m.Men and women A.B. Walker in Savannah, Ga.
R. Walnwrlght, Mrs. CharlesDarby motorcycle trip to the Blue Drawdy and Rev. B.W.Sweat high caliber competition; bring on Sunday.
Mrs. Mack Williams Ridge and Smoky Mountains. officiating. Interment will be own weapon and ammo. 1963 Chevy Wagon 1963 Chevy Belal
Mrs. H.R. Rlcharde, and Dr. Enroute they were guests of In Klngsley Lake Cemetery with Donations will be $1.75 for Mrs. Robbie Shaller entered
and Mrs. P.G. Felos and son. Gall Christophers at Brevard DeWitt C.Jones Funeral Home adults and $1.50 for children Alachua General Hospital last 6 Standard Shift. 4 Door, V8 Automatic, Good
Chris. College Brevard, N.C. In charge. under 12 years of age. Friday for observation and Cylinder, Running Gear.

Denmark S S e treatment.Mr. .
Mr. and Mrs. S.G.
Mrs. Ella Moody Mrs. W.H. Mr. and Mrs. B.F. Mimi! Mr. Friends of Mrs Blanche and Mrs. Keith Gllllng- SAVE
Pearl Colson and and Mrs. Clarence Roberts of Starke resident John Sanders, presided
Hart, Mrs. Vaughn a former ham and family of Tampa were
Mrs. Maude Strickland of Wildwood Lake Butler and Mr. and Mrs. win regret to bear that of the Starke Woman's Club; weekend guests of her parents
were Monday night dinner A.J. Thomas Jr.of First Fort she. died Friday In Raleigh and Mrs. Olin White attendedthe Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale.
guests of their sister Mrs. Lauderdale represented N.C. where she was residing FFWC fall board meeting
C.W. Beasley in Gainesville Federal Savings & Loan Association with her son-in-law and daughter in Clearwater from Monday to Mr. and Mrs. O.G. Stray- V'le a 19
Mrs. Moody's birthday. at the state convention Mr. andMre.Bill Green Jr. Wednesday.Mrs. horn of Wildwood were Sun ck 6 P1
In Miami Beach last week. p8 v
J.W. Klncald was visit- day visitors of Mr. and Mrs. $ f'y/ jAt5o
4 ., '...1-_..; u4, W$+fU''''''*' .,.... Miss Tryphenla McRae and ing Mr. and Mrs. C.C. Hoppe In V.V.M.F.Hazen.Hazen and Mr. and Mrs. ,9 on1V5 Sfgndard ,
Dowling graduatedfrom
Mrs. Billy Tampa last week. Ape
the Santa Fe Junior College ar. LIVE
School of Nursing Wednesday Miss Madge Middleton was In., Dr. and Mrs. T.G. Ritch took id At
'11 night. Riverside Hospital last week their daughter, Jan, to Emory
KNOWYOUEFURNITURE for observation and treatment. University In Atlanta and their
f''" Mr. and Mrs. Blair Phares son, Tom, to the University of
Henry Mrs. W.H. Nollman is visiting Virginia over the weekend.
Park and
!! of Rogers Winter of Waldo were visiting her sisters,Mrs.C.W.Den agP8 on 1964 Ford '/ Ton
.. Mrs. Henry O'Hara over me ny in Savannah Ga. and Mrs. Mrs. M.A. Baldwin Jr. at- 1964 Chevy
',''. weekend.Mr. TW. Oliver Sr. and Mn. WF. tended the funeral of her uncle, Mr Con Runs Good
J. Swinyer in St. Simons Island H.E. Moore, In Dublin, Ga. on Trans.
,fey) RILL WILSON f for several days. Monday afternoon. VB an
/ ', and Mrs. R.O. Dansby dttton. SAVE
I, visited Mr. and Mrs. Micky Mrs. Bertha Pearce left Mr. and.Mrs. James Barron SAVE i
': LADIES NEEDED MORE Dansby in Gainesville Sunday. Tuesday for a month's visit gave a family steak cookout
SPACE THAN MEN with her son-in-law and daughter Sunday evening for their nephew
r Murry McRae who lias been Mr. and Mrs. W.G. Godwin and niece Mr. and Mrs.
attending the Crusade for Christ In Chagrin Falls Ohio; Robert Bush of Jacksonville, i I
program In San Bernadlno, her son-in-law and daughter, who are moving to Nebraska.The y, Tor 1965 Dodge V VI Ton
"' In the Victorian era, n young lady took j jSi. Calif, for two weeks has returned Mr. and Mrs. E.R. Smyth In Chevy .
up lot of room. It wasn't that she wa I ii to his studies at FSU. Madison, N.J., and Mrs. S.M. descendants of the late 19eeds 65 V8, Engine, Good Tires, New I
''' stout onK that her skirts were full andbillowing. \,': Simmons in Richmond, Va. Roman and Mollie Alvarez held workO Paint. ,
7, S .. a family reunion Sunday at the Some
'fj" - home of Mr. and Mrs. O.R. N oc FER I
Alvarez Jr. on Bayless High AVLE SAVE II
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK way. A covered dish dinneron I
1'ii the grounds was enjoyedby
the approximately 90 at
tending.Mr. 196 ( hevy Wagon
,.<... and Mrs. Eddie Douglas PS, V8. Auto. Transmission Air n wa8'D
or... MONDAY AND TUESDAY visited Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy
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Rowe and family] In Sanford Power
"' over the weekend SAVE

.r;.- special Mrs. Jim Law ion, president SAVE '
,;:J; 85 of the Junior Woman's Club, ]
attended the fall board meet-
: .' LIVER GIZZARD of the FFWC In Clearwater way
: Victorian thai."Ir'urlon lodl. chair .Id or Ing 1966 Olds 88 '
rJ;:::1 1 So cabinet.. m.ikcr.. loft the anna off some 1f.i 1 1t DINNER on Sunday and Monday. 1 966 ChevY Tram a Cry" I II

;' of the li.iiri', |Ewing|: the ladies more room x t Donald Hazen of Orlando was Auto. Full Power and Air Cond IJ I
.. 4; .lo PIII'I'I I their skirts and hoops The ladies R: --- the weekend guest of Mr. and 6 CStinder J
\\ ilrlililr(,: l! .\n\l'o\ \ou find) Victorian: Mrs. Vernon Reddish. Solid Car SAVE
/13 ili.iir* ladies iliairs minus the arms. : Kentucky\ fried CkickeKNord {
'' I I1'1'1' !! Local admittances to Bradford .

n a4. County Hospital this week
r.7 tImuW IIofIJiIdbt ZJ .. Include: Mrs. Ola Mae Ga skins
B adcocfeFURNITURE !t and Mrs. Barbara Starling 1966 Rafibler
4 PHONE AHEAD 994-Sltt Lawtey Miss Linda Kowalik, 1966 Dodge Cornett q
YOUR ORDER WILL BE READY Lake Butler: and Daniel Mel d1NonSedan.. PS
4 and APPLIANCES BAT IN OR TAKE OUT ton, Mrs. Lois! Grtffls John W. 4 Door, 6 Cylinder, Auto. Trans- Pia Air Con'
Smith, William M, Doughman,
1' ( 1601 N. T.mpl AT. U. & 301 Not'* Leopold K. Hoffman, Mrs.Edna mission.
Tin It f/it 77nr/-->it//i in n d.. \t
.1:, .. .o1: Jones and Mrs. Walla LIpsey, SAVE
,In M t 7.t lMUt Mar t: l h. SAVE
: t roi| l Own/-
,,.,' .. ... .' ',' '1.'J ". R. Starke.
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CARD OF THANKS ontlac 1966 Pontiac Bonneville

1971.You e changed.WeVe ympathy To those In who so expressed many beautiful their New 1966 11 Over 4 Door Hard Top Loaded

and practical ways during our Itke SAVE
Chevrolet recent bereavement, we extend SAVE I
changed. ur heartfelt appreciation. We II
take this method of expressing I

our deepest gratitude.The 1967 GTO ,,
seeing.Worth owning.Worth family of Carl C. Wynn 67 ''Ii on ,
Li1Yorth waiting for. and Mrs. Truba Johns Wynn. Loaded

a ...... Like New 27,000 Miles, Custom I
..1'i '> Cab and Crome All Over

s\ heartfelt thanks to allwho SAVE

i extended and help comforting in our recent svm.pathy 967 Ply Belvedere

sorrow; For the beautiful serve Impala
I floral offerings, and other 1967 Chevy Coupe PS, V8. Auto. Trans

: Vega. Not just another little car, but one little car that does everything well. You get more room, more Lndnesses, we are deeply
the mileage is right in the same neighborhoodwith reteful. Elma Sapp(The Lang Coupe, Loaded SAVE
I weight and more power than most little cars give you yet gas ) I
the best of them. Vegas come dressed up. too, not stripped to the bone so you have to add a lot to make family SAVE

them liveable. Drive one. You'll see.

t every Thursday Ioatled 11 000 nroy
at t 138 W. Call Street 1 1l1l eq SCO1 t \

Stoke Florida :32091 199 F OI

Second: class postage paidat r Ply"f0lrth 'R
I SUrke. Florid podge F \
1967 ?ry
I 1TTTT ....1l!r Subscription: Rate:: Loaded
In trade area: ",00 per Der.
1 yeltl'; '2,75.1& month SAVE 4V
Outside trade area: SS.50yer
year; $3.00 six monthS
Caprice.There's a double layer of steel in the roof a steel guard beam in each door,power disc brakes up

front, a new power ventilation system inside a wheelbase two and one-half inches longer. You get the looks
and comfort of a sixor seven-thousand-dollar car, but at Chevrolet prices. And that's the kind of change SERVICE SCHEDULE

during thee.: tight-money times that all of us can appreciate. CATHOLIC Churches
IT. EDWARP'S.: !!!tartest s
/ j\ \ Punas, MUll 10' arm.

f Thursday M i., <:M p.m.

'\ Saturday MleacaUxu T Medal p.m. Novena :: .

vanishing tailgate. A big change in our big wagon.The window goes up into the roof, the Glide- IT. WILLL"' .'.. KeyctaM ij. 9. Ml NortkSTARKE ?
I Away tailgate vanishes beneath the floor. Out of sight. Out of your way for easy loading even in a closed eights)
'Sunday Maws, JJ"a.m.: FLORIDA
! garage or when you have a trailer hooked on. WetaewUr Mix *: Novena; ,

1 p.m. '

IIiai IT.. MARY'S Macelcinji: "Sooner or Later_ Your Favorite Dealer"

: See what we mean by putting you first September 29 at'OUr Chevrolet dealer. Sunday, Man, 12 Noon

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for moving classrooms from
PROGRAM TO PUNT PASS KICK now closed RJE Elementary to R.W. Pace. The VW was a Battle. .
RESUME FALL SCHEDULE PRACTICE CLINICTO Mix ,. the middle school site, and VW Crash total loss with damage esti- Dump d. The dump is not maintained
OCTOBER BE HELD SATURDAY. $39.000 fora media center. mated at$500.
The Ceramics con- (Continue from Page One) Most Chapman 46, Jackson from flare One) and/or supervised to prevent
program SEPT. 26 The project was submittedto (Continue! from Page One) (Continued burning resulting In
ducted by the Starke Recreation All boys who plan to participate the Technical Assistance ville.,,was charged with failureto to frequent
Department will begin the In the Punt, Pass and the Lawtey and Speedvllle and Program In Tallahassee. He Tuesday,. Sept. 15, when her have his vehicle under control approximately... 1-1/2 miles fires visiting being the dump started site.by people
Fall schedule Monday October Kick contest should attend the Hampton area face the tome said the HEW representative ]1968 Chevrolet cut left Into the Saturday. Sept. 19. when the -* The Is
session which will be problem. with he fell asleep at the wheel] e. located Jut
practice meeting Bradford officials path of a 1968 Mercury station estimated -
5.Three sessions will be held held at Westslde Park Saturday Asst. Supt. Clark said the In Lake City; has no knowledge wagon, driven by Albert] and his 1966 Plymouth ran oft C apnan's speed was The car a couple] hundred yards from
mph. within the
weekly. Monday and Thursday September 26. at 10 a.m. Sept. 3 meelng with the HEW of the amount of the county's; Cherry Fairbrother. 24, Jacksonville US-301 3.4 miles south of traveled at 306 65 feet on the west homes In view of these circumstances city; limits.
evenings andWedne.daymorns. sponsored by representative has left the but had Starke and struck a culvert.
The contest request to secure that which was In the process road,sideswiped
... Terwlllegar] Motors will be county; uncertain as to what Information from Clark beforehe of passing' her. Damage to the left front and shoulder of the 173 recommended that
Registration for the program held Saturday, October 3, and will happen, with little understanding made the decision that the The accident occurred right roar of the Plymouth was the culvert, and traveled coming to the mayor be advised to close]
will be required this year as It registration will be open of the situation, and county; would receive only$15-] miles south of Lawtey on US- estimated at $600 by TrooperEtheridge. feet further before the dump Immediately.
has become necessary to limit through Thursday October 1. not knowing what to expect. 000. But the HEW man also said SOL Damage to the two cars rest. a
each session to maximum Requested by the ScH&oJ - -- -- -
a his decision was not firm but totaled $400, according to --- -- -
of 20 participants. Registration Board in its $242,500 application would have to be reviewed by Trooper K.G. Etheridge. ,
will be held] at the Recreation and Friday, October 1 and 2, was $57,000 for for new buses the Atlanta office. Daniel Webster Melton, 65. ,J
Department on Thursday 9 a.m.Noon and 2-5 p.m. $72,000 elementary The federal official told 14 West Virginia,was charged with
guidance counselors, $64,500 r
North Florida counties what failure to have his 1965.Volkswagon : : E. w.- t
under control when it
they could expect to receiveIn :
It's time to give cost emergency of desegregation.aid to affect the of left Starke SB-100 about two 9:20 miles a.m.south Sept. .
'School officials] ]16 and turned over.
from far
the public service! 'east as Nassau County; and as' :
Webster was admitted: to
far west as Leon County; converged i HODGESBest
Bradford :
on the city; hall In Lake County; Hospital with
City to hear what Injuries, but has since been released -
; they might
( WILLIAM H. (BILL) BEVIS according to Trooper
a receive of the $7,326,565 that
I Will represent the PUBLIC on the Public has been allocated to the State Ic t to
Service Commission. of Other Florida.] counties apparently Best. Qualified

Endorsed by leading newspapers through. fared about like Bradford and '.'
out Florida. they simply might were expect.told how much 0 c: : FOR t tv

> Endorsed by Florida VOTERS! (Bill Bevis Madison County; fared the best :
led his run-off opponent, Wilson Wright with $50,000 among the totals ; t
in 58 of Florida's 67 counties piling up a reported by eight county; dele- COUNTYCOMMISSIONER
gations. Others were Baker,
I big lead of over 56,000 votes !II) $17.000] Columbia$35,000,DIx- F ,

\ ON SEPT. 29. VOTE FOR FLORIDA'S NEW GRP. 2 ie Levy$5,000$20,000, Jefferson and Suwaimee$30.000, II t tt



on your sideHe t County

3 Local & Long Distance can handle all your
insurance life, health, t tt
OUR MOTTO: home, car. One man, one t As we enter the final days of campaigning, I
plan. Insurance Is much
YOUR SATISFACTIONCall simpler that way. would like to express my appreciation to the
PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION t people In all walks of life In Bradford County t
Starke Bill PowellPhone for their time and consideration In allowing meA

(PD. POL. ADV.G.CARE FOOT.TH| .1 OEM. GRP. 2)) (904) 964-5606 to present my views on County affairs. I haveI
I 964-o4tt4 enjoyed meeting those that I had not met. Please t

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!I.I NATIONWIDE/ ) t continued vote and support. t

IF TMhJbW-; ; ; ml 'k,. INSURANCE Put A Working Man To Work For You On
Done 'fl man from Nationwide!I.on your.Ido) t
Nationwide Nationwide( Life) Mutual Insurance( Insurance Company Your County Commission.

mI Mutual CompanyNatIonwdu : Fire InsuranceCompany '
Pd. Po]. Adv.) t
I Homt Offlcei( Columbus, Ohio (
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I IS I Im mi Feeling the pinchOF

m;1 Trailed Experienced ii THE

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jfjj'1 t -- Educated, Fair, Honest t.. 1M.11t1 /i ;: 1 tight mortgagemoney

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\ SALESMEN and workers in all tradesof
the home construction industryare
\zP:7' 0 k feeling the effect of a decreased

; :; demand for their services and
m ; products.Has .
m 1 tight mortgage money hurt
V .. your business? If so, can
I 1 (__ 1 \ helpbyputtingyourcashreservesinto
1m one of our savings and loan
associations, like
ar 1m First Federal of Starke

', That's where the home mortgage
ixx '
c. %. money comes from, and so by
: :
putting your dollars there you help
I I S 1. increase the money available for

1:::;: ::;::1:: .1'1 .f. it mortgages.can Save your money where
Man your business I
1 A Qualified Young tE -

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;!1!1 V 0 4JOU.TS !j1i j1iI ; Other;'f'-ON P"tW financial, Institutions

\ //1 vary In their Investments.

I: For Clerk I II / FIRST and similar FEDERAL associations OF STARKE Invest

1It I almost exclusively In

I; Choose Wisely; And Vote I .I home loans.

m First Federal Will Close At Noon FrthToFad1liatepostingmj September .

I t NEXT TUESDAY Earnings. : Quarter

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In talking with the voters of Bradford County, I have emphasized the fact that I! OUR) HOURS ...

I am qualified and truly desire to serve the people in this important capacity. jr1r Mon. Thars.: 9 A.M. to :3 P.M.
Friday: 9 AM.: to 5:30 PoM
Im 1 Closed Saturday
r;j I pledge to energetically perform the duties of the office fairly and honestly.

:m 1;1 I earnestly solicit the support of all the people of Bradford County on Sep ;M 11i111M SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATI N
tember 29. Your vote will be deeply appreciated m111
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A',8OtIt k t!t:'refiorto that .!'pa ,Krtl* boy cto.CTt.iWU Cub Pack 513 eligible to Join, *the cub scouts..
eoUelaidctrJta' whet. don't .block tart JcmOr HAMPTON
flpto'crtqtt Any boy: wishing to become a
.troubla.Or Probably in / .M ,ids oltotcanc, ; JIe Armed Force News About --- __ Recruiting Set member must be accompanied
have enough mou- just leant- rounded off from Mr. by a parent. Applications will
Mr D. B. HOI
IAet'fet anther w.Ir. IS cents to;an even dollar. An annual recruiting meetIng be accepted after the meeting.
OUR SERVICEMEN The Thomas family held a son Gerald, and Mr.and Mrs. Is set next Tuesday Sept. Several adult positions are also -
reunion Saturday. Sept. 19, at Glenn Thomas and family. 29, at Cub Scout Pack 513. vacant. Any parent Interested
Brice Landing on Sampson Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hicks The meeting Is set at 8 pun. should contact Cubmaster
Late. Present Mr. and Mrs. A.H. Ferry and In the Southalde Elementary
Ebbli E. Tom- Class Jack Bennett were Bay Thomas Dewey McKlnoey.
ALLEND SpeciellatRonald Sgt 1st
1 cafetorlum.
and Mr. and Mrs.W.D.Carter drove
family Jacksonville.
.llnson. son of Mr. and, Mrs. whose wife Doris lives In to the Boys 8-10 of
Dolly. Manning, her son Doug mountains In North Caro-f years age are
Roy Tomllnaon;-of Starve received Keystone Heights, th.Bronze, las Manning and family, and lira to stay from Thursday Site WILLIAM H. (BILL).
the Army Commendation Ms second award her to Sunday last week. Hampton. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Medal while serving with Star Medal In Vietnam. The daughter Sandra Bonnell Vaughn have purchased the
Mr. and Mrs. Arvll
the lit Signal Brigade near and son all of Fairbanks:;and Shealey house the Shealys have been BEVISPUB.
service from Hampton Mr. and Mrs. and family moved last week
D W An Vietnam. itorious living In, and have also moveda
M 4E I The award was presented to with military operations against Leslie Jones and Stanley;Steve Florida their former home on mobile home on the lot along .
y Varoum. Wlllard Thomas and Avenue to a house on SERV.COMM.
TomUnson for meritorious Vietnam. side.
: M t hostile forces In SR 325 on the east tide of ...
r S vice as a radio relay and carrier Sgt Bennett received the a- pd.poi. .v. O.Carvfoot,T.._
: V**** WM M WV ** '"
T attendant with the 595th ward while assigned as a sup """ .-"
S Signal Co., 36th Signal Bnof ply sergeant In the 125th 'Avi ---
n the brigade's 2nd Signal ation Co. near Blnh Hoa. He
:.. S i Group. entered the Army In May 1953 GILBERT S. ( GIB)
c Specialist Tomllnson entered and was but stationed Ger-
the Army In February 1969. many.
o T He completed basic training
:' at Fort Bennlng, Go. and was 'r"d US i, qk,
last stationed at Fort Gordon
4 Ca. Airman lit Class Charles W.
Breenden son of James H. -
b> nt. Breeden Route I, Keystone BROWNDemocratic r
Heights, recently graduated i
Sgt Alan L. Clem, son of from the technical training _
Mrs. Aurelia of Route
course autopilot repairmen
2. Starke, has received the U.S. at Chanute AFB, nilnois. He
Air Force Commendation Me- is now assigned to the 803rd 5''. "'' + .,
dal for meritorious service In Combat Support. Group a unit !
KNOWS Vietnam. An Candidate
.t. specialist at Tan administrative Son Nbut AirBase of the Strategic Air Command,
at Davtd-Monthaa AFB, Art-
he Is assigned to the zona. .
"r headquarters squadron of the Airman Breeden Is a 1968
The 460th Tactical
County Reconnaissance
graduate of Bradford High
Wing a unit of the Pacific School.

i The Peoples Air Forces.- CORRECTIONTwo CLERK __

Thomas J. Crum, son of Mr. names of survivors were ,
: and Mrs. Chester A. .Crum omitted from the obituary of __
The Problems of N. Lawtey Road, Starke' Mrs. Truba Johns Wynn in the' OF CIRCUIT COURT __
,4 was my ipeclallst-4 recently promoted while servingis to Sept. .18 edition of The Telegraph r

; a gunner with Co. C., 1st They were two of her sons v
3n.( 36th Inf., 3rd Armored Claude Brown of Starke and
The Needsand
.J1rl8lon. near >Frledborg, Ger- Deloren Hodges of St. Peters
many. burg. :.

will Work Hard with the County

Commissioners and you, The people A Proven Successful Businessman. Member of Bradford County Farm
Bureau. Dealer I For Farm BureauTires
Find I want to take this *
opportunity to A Lifelong Democrat & Assessories).

: THE ANSWERSTO truly thank the people of Bradford A Family Man- 3 Sons .- 3 Grandchildren A Man who knows the Value of a I

County for the wonderful support and Dollar and has proven his Honesty ,
Member of First United Methodist & Integrity in His Business.
DOLLAR DO ITS BEST and vote they have given me in al-
.: Church Serves on Administrative A Man who is Capable & Experi- I
w lowing to help finish the
: For the Growth and Development of me programswe Board.
enced to Manage your Business Ins I
: Bradford County. have begun in the schools of our Member of Bradford Lodge F & A The Courthouse. He knows theM

Eddie Allen has lived among you county. Past Worshipful Master ScotProblems of the Working Man. I
for a long time. Owns his
business and will be available tish Rite Mason -- Member of Mo- A Man who speaks the Language of

at all tines. He will devote as Again "Thank You"Sincerely orocca Temple -- Past President of Our Times and Acts with The Wis- ,,
much time as to do Shrine
necessary a Starke Club -- Serving
; dom of Maturity. i
Job that will warrant
your sup- ,
second Term as Shrine Club Sec-
H. A. LAWSONThe retary. Gib Brown will be your Full-Time

He Is Old Enough To Know The Clerk. He will Be in the Clerk's
Member of the Starke Chamber of
Job and Young Enough to do The Jot Telegraph regrets Civic-Minded Dedicated office at all times.
Mr Lawson'aexpression ( -- -
, of Thankswas If want a Friend in the Courthouse
THE DECISION IS IN YOUR HANDS' to. the Growth & Development
." USE IT WISELY weeks left Issue.out of last of Bradford County.) Vote for and Support GILBERT 'tl

(P ... I

FOR SALE Your Vote And Support Will Be Appreciated. j

Road.Utility 1 Acre house Large Ralford Barn GILBERT S. ( GIB ) BROWN

: Why Should You Vote For TRAILER SITE

Call Collect 289-2313 Democratic Candidate Clerk Of circuit

William FrisbeeRt.
15, Box 260 B-1 29th
BLAINE THOMPSON ? Marvllle Fla. 3226S Tuesday, September





Here's Why EP1 EMBER 29! 1970 I


The Candidate Best Qualified For The Job PRECINCT NO. ______ !.

'1'0( VOTK( for n person! whose; : name is printed on, the ballot I mark: a cro-w (X) in the wjuiuui.t
A SUCCESSFUL BUSINESSMAN ; the IIKJHT: of the name of the person for whom you desire to vote.
.: Continued Studies At Santa Fe Jr. College and CONGRESSIONAL STATE (Continued) '

':Voc-Tech Center. For United States Senator For Attorney General: Clerk of the Circuit Court

t YOUNG, ENERGETIC, CAPABLE I (Vote for One) (Vole for One) (Vote for One)

A DOLLAR SPENT. J.'M1.HI r1Y n T I j ,eLA1VTm4
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For Commissioner!' Florida I'uh!":(" service For fount.v C''l1ml'uioncr

BOARD MEETING FOR SEVERAL For Governor;/ and Lieutenant Governor .,...roupYo (Vote for One)

MONTHS.. (Vote for Group) ('Vote for One) --
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Here's two reasons why 1 1 1.T! '.LITIY a.,..lEt'J' I I WILLIAM II. (HILL) nEVIS I I I
For' Governor I I' rc.v._. lifli-UT.:_: Jit. '

Blaine Thompson would ), I TOM 1 ADAMS I I I.''r. ON W. WUIGITTC.EOUGU (; I I
i For Governor:
make a good School rA Lieutenant For Hoard of Public: Instruction
I County Hoard !Member\
Board Member. One
Fnr Governor I District

; (C. TAPPER 1 i I (Vote for One)
For T..tm,onnnf (Governor; _, I I

e The Thompson Family: Blaine. Jo Ann, : +, CASt'UNCL : I II T
: John, First Grade and Ken, Fourth Grade M.TTIUR R. J.I J.

/1W;" fiS '1 J..( 11,11. IIIt .kt JOHNNIE/ m.M\F. THOMPSON; !: I I I I I



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Hurse Surprised At BBS Scoring"I f

ELECT -- "----'. .-...- were also credited with commendable .
eral times when W"*" Jobs, especially; Mc
r defensive tackles Gene The Tornado defensive sec- the BUS
figured we'd beat peclally behind
did get Clellan on the split end
; I didn't figure we'd score as Harris, Brad Carter, and Len ondary Intercepted three passes celvers and theWildcat quarterback Injury In the side
secondary Only
much. But I knew we were Register, need work on their the coach noted. Tim Mur- didn't get the ball Macclcnny
just was a sprained
contest knee
ARTHUR GASKINS capable David Hurse of scoring says a lot of,"his Coach un- techniques.The linebackers. did an ade- foryaTD andaJimmy one Alvarez back there. "We're commented.working on that, to Junior halfback Larry Hickson
Hurse the kick off. He'll be
proven Tornadoes and their quate JobDan Jackson Joey Intercepted one pass settingus Defensive ends CharlesWright weeks. out ,
FOR MEMBERSchool opening 41-6 win over Baker Branson, Dale Johns, and Ma- a touchdown. and Farelon McClellan for two ("
t County; High. lachi Henry. There were, however, sev- .... -
.... - .
:': 2 - -- ------ -
"I was surprised our offense .
did as well! as it did considering "
Board t the Inexperience of our ,..,
line," the veteran BUS grid :,'
mentor stated.
Movies of the opening. game
DISTRICT ONE were termed a 111110 disap-
pointing" by Hurse who said
some boys didn't grade out
Second Primary Sept. 29 as good as they looked In the
game. But taking Into accountthe
fact that many boys were
playing in their first varsity;
game, Hurse said he under
stands. + 3 V
A Concerned Parent Citizen and But the coach added he is
Taxpayer "real pleased with the effort _
all the boys We thought ,, s=
'* A Lifelong Resident of the County they hustled real gave.well." s __ _. -I
Running back Malachi Henry -
A Farmer and Poultry operator promising sophomore who _
led the Tornadoes in yards
gained with 82, and Tim Mur- a
An Veteran
Army phey, wide receiver who scored
three touchdowns, were highly
President of N. Florida Poultry Association praised by the Big Tornado. _
They were named Back and \ P-
Has Three Children in the School SystemIn Tornado Lineman of the week by the
coaching staff. ,
Running back Jimmy Alvarez,
senior letterman, also ran the
ball well, Hurse said. He got
First Primary In District 1, I received fine blocking from fullback Dale

156 votes, my opponent 83. That Is almosta Johns.ran the The ball little the fullback hardest also he DATSUN MAKES IT
2 to 1 vote from the District where we ever ran Hurse says.
both live, and from the people who know us Sophomore fullback Brad
best. If elected I will do the very best Carter also ran very hard.H .

job I can for everyone In the county. experience e should get, Hurse better says.with more .H BIG !

Offensively, the Tornado
forewall drew little praise from
Your Vote and Support on September phey's Hurse. crackback Other than blocking for Mur-and (IN THE SMALL CAR FIELD)

what he termed "commendable
29th Will be Deeply Appreciated. play" from Junior end-
Charles Wright and senior tac-
kle Danny Jackson the head
Tornado coach had no com-
ment on the offensive work of Shop Datsun In Gaines-
Arthur Gaskins the line.
But Hurse was 'well satis ville Where. .
Pd. Pol) AIf" s.: fied" with the Tornado defen-
sive play. Some players, es-
? "Even The Attitude Is
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i ,VOTE WRIGhT. u i iI DAIS UN Different!"

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-. and APPLIANCES Bring You The Finest in Furniture Fashions!

I PUBLIC II I II 3 High Fashioned KROEHLER Ensembles


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1 Wilson Wright will be the only Attorney on the II

I Public Service Commission. I II eaV2


I The Public Service Commission Reaches Into Every Pocket I Yom" rJ/w I ,CORRElATED..,.n tho lu.."LlVINCROOMHII at NaMln. :
L.rl.w( whnt wvtr 95
1 Book and Horn In Florida! I II Itoup 79 luck iMluda 3 tact.-.-: .1." M with" 299

95 ..T.wtUN.M.d." I,.

I The Public Service Commission RegWilson Wright will protect you, the II wit 2 ililrto ittMli.4. ki ral. .fllto-Cluira'-I...... I I

ulates Your Telephone Rates, Your public, against these high rates. I COMPARE AT $739,95 .

Light Rates Your Water Rates Your I
Wilson) Wright believes in G
I overnI
Gas Rates Your Freight Rates And
of the ) for the I
1 ment: people, people, I
Your Truck Rates. You the public
and the I
1 by people.
need Wilson Wright's legal knowl) .

I edge and ability to Combat The High Wilson Wright will be the People's 1 -

Powered Lawyers that the Utility member on The Public Service ComI 62Vr

hire mission. He is asking to let him t' '
I Companies to present evidence you I II ', v y- Fantastic Buys xa

and Justify the high rates you pay. represent you! I '4'r : For Such Fine Quality' '

1 In 1961 Wright Law for several years. ity's Outstanding h
I Kroehler and Badcock's have gone ill out to
Was maned one of Flor- An alumnus of the Young Man in 1959 and bring you these sensational' livmgroom group PIECE UV1M nuomoruL
II 'N .a 4. ings. Each room group is correlated to bring you ._ROOM,.., 8ROUPIn
ida1 Five Outstanding University of given the Man of the tht latest In today's modern decor. Best of all _. kMntlfri wWItn
young Men by the Jayand University of M1Year Award by the I v. f ,r thy arc priced to save you many dollars. Be ''"I:= Safe '
1 cees and received the ami Wright has also Junior Woman's Club I ? sun new livingroom.to sea thesa groups before you buy that ..M.loIIlft.NIA:-ffII"' xbM.e girt......Cktlr... $29995
1 Florida Governmental taken special coursin 1969. I Clot"I"
1 Affairs Award sponsores at Florida State He is married to 1
ed by the Jayoees and University. Patricia Wright Soot a
Ford Motor Company. Wright has served lety Editor of the 1
I Additionally, he as president of the Tallahassee Democrat, I
1 has been a member of Leon County Cancer and they have two II
the Florida Bar ComSocloty, and was redA.ughters, Randahl
I mittee on Municipal cognized by the JayJune, age 13, and Lee
cees as the CommunAnne, age 8. I
1 I '
I Wilson Wright Thanks You For The Vote You Gave Him On II A .i 3 PIECE CONTINPOMIrf

September 8, 1970, and ask That You Vote For Him on Sep- I .nz ..C-M... erht IIVIN.I.f......'ROOM..tlfol.. atOUPjsjcotchgartf ItIt"IIH. ,....,
a.wIM 79" 9N. ...
I tember 29, 1970. I .M.Met... >M'd Mflipl uit.nMl. miittr. "CMIr. $ ,r .QM i
M.NN7uu.Nr... 29995 .
1'1 L.- .t c.mtl.m.attry ClMlr"

I REMEMBER: You Can't Go Wrong With Wright I M_erMn.MIMN.Ift..|........ON/.won" 1.... sad prim -,1 ..'1'

REMEMBER --- We Service What We Sell, and Customer 1

I PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION I Satisfaction is what we Strive for. 1

I I Ma.41 n4 kiu7L.I. R.JJ" ErLbIiA.d 1904 .. .
11. Thank You For Your Vote and SUDDort (/Pd. pol, Adv.) I BES1 VSwfS AJ Aq..n y Y.,, ";I. o.a
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Tornadoes Surprise Wildcats 416An

C unsuspecting bunch of football .-
fans packed themselvesInto aide, Alvarez got seven around of the night. Taking the ball
Bradford Field Friday night right end on a pltchout that at the Baker 40 he raced into
and watched an unsung Tornado netted the Tornadoes yardageall the endzone. A ml.xon the

team soundly trounce BakerCounty's I.....\ : night long, and Henry went snap caused Johns to be unable
Wildcats 41-6. \ over the left side of the Baker to kick Ms sixth PAT.
Good fortune befell the new line for 11 yards before he Baker mounted its only ser-
1970 Tornadoes early as they ." ,?'f.::' : could be stopped. ious offensive drive In the wan-
won the toss and elected to From his 46 and on first
Ing seconds of the game on the
receive. The Tornadoes 't' i : Dean Johns
down quarterback
passing of quarterback Bobby
.. ,
marched 72 yards in 11 playsto .=iWl fired a 35-yatl pass over the Hart to David Crews, halfback
score the first touchdownof ,.. '. : micdle; to Tim Murphey who Walter Battles, and tight end
the new season with 6:23: ( : had "Rotten, behind the Baker Joey Harp. Hart engineered a
left In the first periodall : "i\\" "" sato). Murphey took the ball 78-yard drive throwing II
before Baker had Its hand ,;, /,; ', .: \, with a leaping catch around yards to Crews,-33 yards to
on the pigskin except to kick ,, ". ;''', ... R.. ; : ; the 20 and raced Into the end- Battles and threading the needle
off ., .A a '." :::- zone with 4:42 left In the sec- through four Tornado defend
Surprised Tornado fans "'l, ''I. .,....., .(I ond period. Johns had a 54- ers for the 20-yard TD pass
watched as their unsung Big r yard touchdown on his first to Harp with 37 seconds: left
r. Farelon McClellan lowers the boom Raker'a Red eleven put three more ,
on ... .t'" i.. pass; of the 1970 season thenadded In the game.
Ceorge Franks as he attempts to. skirt the Bradford TD's on the Scoreboard In the '.:, ;t., the PAT to make it 21-
right defensive end's side. second period and add another .,. .. ,. :.:
pair In the fourth In the fourth 0.Baker's
..... bad luck continued as Statistics
'W\ a fumble was recovered by BUS

Rams 22-20 .... r the line-backer Wildcat 25.Danny On Jackson first down at First Downs BHS 14 Baker 6

Upset the Tornadoes were penalized Yds Rushing 227 25 I

:, '..... c"" back to the 40 for holding.QB Yds. Passing 94 105 !
..',.. Johns again went to Mur- Passes Comp. 2-5-0 8-22-3
---..- ._- .. ... a a&. ...........,............__ ...._. .k the _-40- long toss over Penalties 50 60
By Baby Tornadoes Uheym ddleu and BUS had its Fumbles Lost 0 1 I II
Malachi Henry rounds his left end and turns on the speed after fourth TD of the game with I

taking a pitch out from QB Dean Johns. 3:04: left In the half. Touchdown&I I,
Every man the Tornadoes Bradford: J 1) Henry 3-yd run
Bradford's Baby Tornadoescame Ing a 44 yard pitch out. with just over a minute and dressed out played in the second PAT: Johns. 2) Henry, 5yardrun
back from a 12-0 first The PAT was good and Eastside half remaining. half, but that didn't stop PAT: Johns. 3) Murphey,
quarter diflcit to score a 22-20 held a 20-14 lead at the Eastside came right back, p the Big Red from scoring as 54-yard pass from Johns 5)Alvarez -
upset victory over Gainesville's end of the third quarter. as Pendley marched Eastslde the defense continually kept the PAT
2-yard run ;Johns.
Eastside Rams here Thursday A Bradford drive failed late 35 yards in five plays down to Wildcats In a hole. 6)
Murphey 40-yard runback
in the fourth quarter with an the Bradford first-yard-line, ..,1' + :
+ With 6:30 left in the final of Intercepted pass.
while connecting with Rodney fI'
fourth down
..The Baby Tornadoes were Incomplete pass on .
saved by the gun, with Eastside -. and Eastside took over on their Holland on four straight passes. ", r.N period, BUS' Jimmy Alvarez Baker J 1)
: Harp, 20-yard
found Itself on the Brad- own 31. But on second and 13, The last play of the game was a '- Intercepted a Crews aerial at from pass
ford one yard line, first down Eastside fumbled and Bradford four yard pass from Scott Pen- the Baker 24 and returned it Hart.
dly to Holland was was dragged to the 11-yard-line. Three plays
recovered on the Ram's 28.
and to time ran '
goal Score
go, as by quarters:
out. Bradford went on to scotc down from behind on the Brad- later Alvarez went in for the

Eastside got on the score- with 1:36: remaining on an 18 ford first as the gun went off, .. \ .' fifth BUS TD and Johns added BUS 7 21 0 13 41
from halfback giving Bradford the 22-20 victory his fifth PAT.Murphey .
board early in the first quarter yard pass play Baker 0 0 0 6- 6
as>, Pancho Sullivan blocked a Stan Reddish to end Steve over Eastside. added the sixth TD
Bradford punt on the Starke' Strickland. The PAT was good .." with his second interception
and Bradford held a 22-20 lead .. ...-.&.
20 and ran it in for the score. STATISTICS -
The PAT failed the Eastside -.... ,'I
as ,,. '., '" ,
stacked First Downs BBS E.S ,1/1 r
quarterback was :.t', it ;, 1f ,
uP behind the line by the Brad- Henry 8 7 .............-- -.. I 'I ..'____.. ...-..'.._-.", I-; 'fIIIfW'" I'-;:;, ..'10'..."...._'Iii'-_..... "' :AIW TO THECITIZENS
ford defense Rushing Yds. 194 151
Eastside scored the next time Passing Yds. 19 25 t OF STARKE t tI"m
MurpheyDo Passes Comp'l. 51-4 5-14 Showing why he's a good broken field runner, BUS' Jimmy
they received the ball on a 51-
Fumbles lost 0 2 Alvarez: puts a move on a Macclenny: defender. of
yard end sweep by quarterback'Scott most grateful for the vote confidence I
Y ds. Penalized 20 60

denied Pendley.(the Eastside PAT. was again Jobs in running up a 41-0 lead. The Wildcats managed osa: line, Henry went five yards ,I, given: to me in the city election I II
Bradford got on the score Score by Quarters- The Wildcats, not living up first down as the first period for his second TD of the night
board midway the second period E.S.: 12 0 8 0.20 to their billing of more experience ended, that coming on a 14- with 8:27: left In the first half. I have always tried to have the peoples '

after recovering an East.- BUS 0778-22 and greater poten- vard sprint around right: end Dean Johns kicked the point I t interest at heart when confronted
side fumble on the Ram's 28. The BestTim tial, finally got on the score- by Lavern Donaldson) ,outstanding after and BUS led 140. ,
Stan Reddish took the ball to Touchdowns1) board with 37 seconds left in Keller High transfer. QB Again,the Wildcats could get with the issues.
paydirt J Eastside- Sullivan, 21-yard the game. Crews punted from his 32, the but one first down through a e
from the 28 on a }pitchout Murphey has been named runback of blocked punt. Coach David Hurse and staff ball partially deflected by a stingy Tornado defense, that t
around right end. The PAT Lineman of the Week I will continue to try and serve you
among 2)) F.astside- Pendley, 51yardrun. played every man on the Tor- teammate traveled only seven on an 18-yard pass play from "
was good and Eastside took a area schools by the GainesvilleSun nado team. yards and set up another TD Crews to Daryl Mobley. Crews with integrity and dignity in this
12-7 lead Into the dressing for his performance against 3)) Bradford Higham, 28yardrun. Wide receiver Tim Murphey for the Tornadoes. again punted and the Torna- t I
room.* Baker County here Friday night. PAT good. caught two touchdown passes does took possession when Alvarez office. I
!u Bradford received the kick- The Tormado wide receiver 4) Eastside- Young, 60yardrun. and intercepted two Raker aerIals With Dale Johns, Jimmy Alvarez let the ball roll deadon
off In the second half, but was shares the honors with Paul PAT good. running one of them back Brad Carter ripping a- his 25-yard-llne. NEIL. TUCKER A
forced to punt it away, as their Suggs, a Newberry linebackerwho 5)) Bradford Bigham, 44yardrun. 40 yards for a TD. New halfback part the Baker front line in Fullback Brad Carter got t L :
drive stalled on a fourth and I. turned in a top performance PAT good. Malachi Henry, the Tor- back of the Big Red offensive three yards over Baker's right .J
After receiving the punt. in his team's 37-0 romp 6) Bradford, Strickland, 19-yd. nadoes leading ground gainer
Eastside marched 58 yards In over Lake Butler.A pass from Stan Reddish. PAT with 82 yards in 16 attempts,
8 plays, with Leonard Young veteran of three years of good. scored twice on runs of three "
scoring from the 6. The PAT varsity football, Murphey was and five yards, and veteran
was good and Eastslde: seemed highly praised by Coach Duyld. halfback Jimmy Alvarez scored' "
b to have the game on ice. Hurse for doing his job PI'O- BHS Runner the other Tornado TD after It's Time For A Channel
; But it was not tq be, as Bradford perly Friday night. In fact, setting it up with an intercepted .-
marched 56 yards in 4 Murphey was also name Bradford pass.
plays with Billy Bigham acor- Lineman of the Week by EstablishesNew Senior quarterback Dean

.. .- -.------ BUS coaches. Johns completed his first two I
The 160-pound senior receiver RecordSenior passes of the 1970 season for
Hounds Win caught two touchdown passes touchdowns, both to Murphey, )
54 and 40 yards, and intercepted for 54 and 40 yards. Johns ELECT
Field Trials two passes from his captain Buddy Paterson threw only five passes;he com-
defensive safety post, returning ran 2-1/2 miles in 12:50: pleted those two had two toss-
one 40 yards for a third Saturday, Sept. 19, to estab- es right in the hands of his
Wiggins/ ""Patch" 16monthold touchdown.The lish a new Bradford High School receivers, and made a bad attempt .-
male Walker hound, won the Tornado lineman also.did and course cross country re- on the fifth try.
"Derby" championship placing a good job offensively in his cord. Aided by penalties against RUBIN ASKEW
first in speed and drive,first in crack back blocking of Maker Paterson finished first in Macclenny, the Tornadoes
trailing, second in hunting, and County ends and safeties,Coach leading HI IS to Its first cross marched the 72 yards for their
first in endurance in recent David Hurse pointed out. Defensively country win of the new season first TD, all on the ground. iI ?
field trials held near Talla- he also knocked down over I'K Yonge and Union Coun Longest pickup was by halfback -
hassee. several passes. Henry who went 22 yardson
"Miss Connie", a Murphey played defensive end ty.Other Bradford finishers a pitchout around left end
17-month-old female Walker for the Tornadoes as a freshman were freshman Sylvester Loll to the Baker 20. The Wild- YOUR

hound, won second place In earnings reputation as one 13:0':) and fourth place; sopho- cats were penalized half way rt>
High (General Average in fie: of the most hard-nosed football ( more Richard Fill 13:17: and to the goal after fullback Brad cr
Derby, placing just behind Wig players ever to don a Tor- firth place; sophomore Jimmy Carter hit hard for five yards.
gins' Patch nado uniform. Lowry, 13:47: and eighth place; Henry hit up the middle for
Miss Connie placed secondin Tornado Mack of the Week freshman Gerald Griffis, 14:07: two yards, then over his left
trailing, third in speed and against Baker County was newcomer and 12th place; junior Holland tackle for three more and the
drive, first In hunting, and sec- Malachi Henry, a lt;O- Corbett, 15:34: and 17th, and TD as the Tornadoes were giv- GOVERNOR
ond la endurance. pound sophomore who Coach junior Jimmy Andrews, 17:30: en a first down at the Baker
This same hound won the Co- llurse says shows promise of and 19th. five. Dean Johns added the first I
veted Combination Trophy for being an outstanding football hllS finished the meet with of five extra points.
field and bench.She placed thirdin player. It was his first varsity; 30 points, I'KY had 36, and Baker failed to move the ball
a class of 18 hounds showedon game. Henry led the Tornadoesin Union High was third with 58 and quarterback David Crews
the bench. rushing with 82 yards In 16 points. punted to Jimmy Alvarez at I
These hounds are owned by trys a 5.1 yard average Paterson won the race In anoutstanding the I JUS 20. Alvarez slipped
State Trooper and Mrs. H.F. Hut Tornado coaches named stretch duel with behind a wall of blockers and I
of Starke. him back of the week more Earl .Jonas of Union High. returned the punt 43 yards to
Wiggins Trooper Wiggins and family for his defensive play. The !Sylvester\ LoU of BUS seta the Baker 37. It's Time For A Man For GovernorIt's
Tornado linebacker covered his
recently moved to Starke from blistering early pace which Dale Johns got 10 yards Henry -
an assignment In Jacksonville. side of the field very well, helped :all the runners improve 8, and Brad Carter 10 more
lie is supervisor of the Motor Coach Hurse says, making several their limes, said Coach George to the Maker five, but penalties -
Vehicle Inspection Stations for outstanding defensive Leper. Individual last quarterto thwarted what appeared to
the Florida Highway Patrol I InIlradbrd plays. l Films also showed Henry half mile duels were frequent be a certain TD. Carter and time we have a Governor who
Maker Union Columbia did a good job blocking: of- especially a great one Jimmy Alvarez each scored but It's time we have Askew for Governor
and Hamilton Counties. fensively. with I HI IS' Richard Fill and both plays were called back on will stand up for the people a- who stands strong against Insiders I
I'KY's llollon one second a- Infractions. galnst special Interest
w --.---- ---- -- -- -- ------... part as were BUS' Gerald; Grlffls hangers-on, bosslsm and
Faawwwww and Union's; Massey."It special Interests.
1 was just a tremendous Gibson Receives It's time we have Askew for Governor -

I effort on the part of the entire who stood firm against the

To Friends : team," Coach: Loper says. Certificate Legislative Pay Raise.
The team is improving wellat
I very Of Appreciationl.awrance It's time we have Askew for Gover
this stage of the schedule, I''
I the voter a man
I.oper says and all the boys It's time we have Askew for Governor who brings to

I II arc looking forward to Orange l II. Gibson,recently nor who stood firm against the dedicated to clean, honest, efficient -

I I sincerely thank each of II Turk there this Saturday, :Sept. retired suoervlsorof secondary: $3.00 Cane Pole Fishing Bill. government. Askew Is a man

you for your fine vote and 26. schools in Bradford County,has who talks the same In every section
Several of the Middle School
8 Prim- received a certificate of appreciation -
support in the Sept. I runners are doing very well from the .Florida. State It's time we have Askew for Goverot Florida.
ary. For those who gave: ouch Lopcr says. Sharone Commissioner of Education.I'or the Increase
who stood firm against -
and effort I am Galnuy; seventh grader, set a Mr. Gibson for
their time I middle school record with his has presented many years his students,fellow In the Inspection fee for It's time the voters stand up

14:1I.!) Others are Mellon I Baker teachers and staff members Barber Shops. Askew like he stands up for them.

1'1 Steve llankerson. Carl with certificates of merits In
Hanson, and Willie Jenkins many areas Last week Larry,

I Maurice Edwards, Jr. I ners'tornado to date cross have country won three run- as heartwarming most know certificate him, received from a Askew Thanks Each Voter For Their Vote In The First PrimaryAnd

I meets lost none, and tied I. 1 Floyd '1'. Christian, which read

Lwwwesswwwww""hrr.woaa.ws..dDeWitt meet That Saturday.tie was Sept.In the 12, first also as l Florida follows: Department of Education : Prays You 'Will Give Him Your Prayers And Support In

with I'KY and Union High Mils Certificate of Appreciation -
;md I'KY lied at 40 points each for Service to Education : The/ Second Primary

I Funeral Home and Union was third with 44 Awarded to I..II. GIb-
C. Jones ..Ints.
I son for more than 27 years of
Over the' 2-1/8 mile course \,dedicated and successful teach-
ul I'J STARKE standard Mull/ school distanceof j I schools. ,
2-1/2 miles, the Bradford Floyd 1'. ChristianCommissioner OT
i-IKINF(, I': !iri2oo,. places were:
Il I) Muddy I'altrson: 12:11: Mr. Gibson; has worked with E TOM ADAMS. LT. GOVERNOR
r) Itlrliard I Mil 12:31.: II).llmmy ,I the state deportment in many
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Lowery 12:47: ID)) Gerald; (;rU- 1,ways including director of adult 1
fin 13:13: 1C) Holland CorbeU education In BradfordI'ounly
IMIONI: t7t.I116: : 14:31: IHM.imon) Chandler 14:50: { ;
ami I IIJ!)) Jimmy Andrews 15:09.: -
TKI.E.:. :(mcAI'1i ",I t.2a1"i'' 2 1
21. 1970
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Life Was Like This In Those Days

WM life in Starke a* dull EARLY CULTURE fog at the Fairview Hotel.Members piano Miss Ruth Wainwright; *s part of the canal. The afore
Board Hits Nail On HeadWhat In the horse.and -baggy day So much for the younger gen were: Cornet--Cosmo Alvarez violin cello Charles Marks; said washout Is deep enough

a* w. sometime Imagine It eration. On the social and cultural Bruce Davis, Edwin director Cosmo Alvarez. and wide enough to allow the
to turn been? The answer I* side of life around the Freeman; Violin-- Sine laij Needless to say their perfor- passage of a super-dread-
has long been common knowledge have also been repaid with a positionon no. Although there were no turn of the century, we find Peek Henry; Freeman,. Ellery mance "evoked much favorable naught. If used for a ship can-
among those connected with the road crew. movie or television to while that many local ladle spent Davis, Miss Luclle Freeman; comment." al this rut would save the federal -

county government was finally brought away, the Idle hour, a perusal the afternoon hour In serious And if things began to get a government the vast expense
into the open last week by the County It should also be recognized that cT old Telegraph files reveal discussion over the "temperance little dull, there was alwaysthe of excavating and save
Commission- county road department the salaries of county road depart- that young people had way of question" and several of possibility; of a "street the city; government the cost
are below average providing their own entertainment the more active WCTU members fair" to liven things up; suchas of filling It up., "
ment employees
Is grossly ; which were guaranteed to visited a City; Council the notice of this one In
making it difficult for the county to banish and sometimes meeting In the 80'. to present 1905: BUCKET BRIGADEAnd
After discussing the problem at lengthin attract and hold good employees. A boredcmi! a resolution stating their "Starke Is to have a Street there were other prob-f

an open board meeting, the Com- heavy equipment operator with the For Instance, this little Item support of Starke's first temperance Fair next week. The Hampton lems also. Fires were an ever-
mission tightened down on sick leave county for years ranged from $9095per from the Issue of Jine 8,1900: ordinance.: After presenting Amusement Company will present menace to the little

policy on all county employees under week, but the same Job for a new added the resolution the Ladies furnish the attractions, and city; which had no centralized
their congratulation their shows are said to be good.
its control. Reinstated was a former man at the duPont Company here pays to Marshal Wall for arresting Among the features of the dallyprogram water system .In its earlier
of citizens
policy requiring a doctor's: certificate $106 we have been told. PAINFULLY BURNED and fining two offenders $26.50 will be a balloon ascepslon. years.gathered After a en group masse fora -

to qualify for sick leave. Henceforth Tate Denmark the 6-year-old each for selling intoxicating The show tents will town meeting on the court-

the Board decreed, employees with Also, because the road departmentis son of Sheriff Denmark and liquors within the city.; be pitched on Call Street In house square to consider the .
it Is for the commission Bert Wall another email boy A typical 4th of July celebration the business district." ;
slight but Incapacittng injuries will so handy easy problem, Mayor -
were badly burned Tuesday such as the one In fo Irma
t ta
be placed on workman's compensationas to put the crew to work on while playing with acme gun 1889 found Starke amazingly 4 CANAL CONTROVERSYAnd sid ordered the of ;

soon as the law allows. most any Job that comes up, at times powder that they had come Into quiet as all the merchants life had Its serious mo- bucket brigade In 1889. aDS:1::1;

when there is road work to be done. poeulon of without the know- closed shop at 10 ajn. and 4 ments, of course. Even as early wered Thirty-one his call young and decided men to

To one who has listened many timesto The road crew is often the catchallfor ledge, of their parent packed their families off to l as 1912 there was talk of hold regular practice drills and a:\
The little fellow dug a shallow Sparkman's bridge for whichis
dancing canal
labor that is needed the cross-state
the county with
a commissioner lamenting con- any to equip themselves watertight .
trench, placed perhaps two picknlcMng, and a serious reading still a matter of controversy -
dition of the road department and listened such as the commodity; program as ounce of the powder In It of the Declaration of Independence today. In its issue of June buckets and belts to be

to Road R.E. Jones explain whya was pointed out last week. and touched It oIL Both were 28, 1912 The Telegraph car- kept on hand for Immediate use.
particular Job could not be handledas very close to the trench and ried this somewhat sarcastic The heart of a community;
Starke In those
expediently as it should the Board's No the problems of the road department both received very painful In- MUSIC HATH CHARMS editorial paragraph plugging such as days was the loyalty pioneer of
*. The young sheriff face Again on the cultural side Starke as the "Best Route For
solved in meet-
move seems to be in the right direct- won't be one Its citizens In times of per-
transformed Into a big a number of Starke's talented \
wa Ship Canal". .
ion. ing. The crew is not going to becomea blister and his lower limbs young musicians decided In sonal trouble and mutual community -

model of efficiency as a result of were painfully\ burned while 1912 to organize the,Starke Orchestra Balloon ascensions were quite ; problems. Proof of this

The one move won't be a cure-all, the "tightening down" last week. lib companion got both hand to make Its first public !- the thing at "street fairs" la "Much has been said and good neighbor policy is shown
however. Nobody knows this better than burned almost to a crisp appearance at the recept- Starke near the turn of the century written in the last few yearsto through accounts of numerous
Incidents when citizens helped
the County Commission Itself. But over the years as the crew ion and Mother's Club meetCOURT create sentiment In favor each other over rough spots,
of a ship canal across the
turns over hiring practices can be peninsula of Florida. It is reasonably or when they got together In
We have long recognized that the improved and more Qualified people I f certain that a survey a cooperative group to do

county road department is where the employed. To do than however the of the Starke route would result everything from raising mon

commission has traditionally played county will have to pay salaries at Fun andGames In a favorable report because ey for paupers marmalades to canning and select

politics. We also recognize that the least equal to what a man can make the deep rut on South "bitter orange sweet"
orange pre-
situation has improved in the past in private industry. And the crew will I II Walnut without Street deepening could or widening be used serves In the community kit-

eight years. have to be kept working on the roads. chen. 1

But as one commissioner minted For bringing a festering sore into t -- _-- .- -' ., ,

out last week. The criteria for secur- the open, the Commission is to be Remember when the Starke

ing a position of the county road department commended. But a big Job remains before aisles Rotary with Club rolled a Minstrel'em In Show the

was to be "unable to hold the county road department will some eight or ten years ago?

down another job." Political favors be an efficient unit. Here was the backstage sceneas alta'1

Clyde Terwillegar put the
finishing touches on Bill Cm -
ham's make-up. Mugging in the N
I Let's Do It AgainOn background are (from )leftJun- '

lus Smith. Jack Trawick and
Buddy Bishop. i r

Bradford County did itself proudin the state level, Democratic interest t- ,

the First Primary election on SeP- centers on the race for Gover-

tember 8 and probably led the state nor, with Attorney General Earl Fair- Free BarbecueSet .

in Democratic voting strength per- cloth and Senator Peubln Askew com 4' For

centagewise.A peting for the nomination. Faircloth Birthday

carried Bradford County In the First At Boys RanchThe

total of 4,093 Democratic votes Primary, but not by as big a marginas

was cast, from a Democratic regis- first reported. Due to an error in

tration of 5,676. This figures out at early tabulations Falrcloth's here Florida Sheriffs Boys

72.12 per cent, which is a remark- was reported as 1,864 but after the celebrate Ranch will Its throw.-13th a party to

able showing for an off-year election, canvassing board met the final figure birthday on
Sunday, October 4, at Clve Oak,
and would be considered good In many including absentee' votes was 1364. and the public Is Invited.A .

areas even In a Presidential elect- Another error, corrected in the final free barbecue will be servedat r It's a womae's
Ion'year. It is especially remarkablein ''count placed Askew second in Bradford 12:30: p.m.; and a special v I

view of the fact that many areas County whereas Sen. John I chapel service will follow at 4 y .y'

of the state reported less than a fifty Mathews, of Jacksonville actually had Ed 1:30: Blackburn with State Jr.Representative, of Tampa, rlSPACEACE 4.'r tJfI@G

per cent turn-out of voters and some this honor by a few votes. After absentees as the featured speaker.

had as few as one-third to visit the were counted and a few minor STREAMLINING NEEDED Blackburn formerly served as

polls. errors corrected, the final count was Sheriff of Hillsborough County By Martha Sue McCain

812 for Mathews to 796 for Askew. Chief Justice Warren E. Burger tells)) the American ; and was the first Executive County Extension

There were contributing factors to Miami Mayor Chuck Hall had 607. Bar Association that trials are overly long. He Visitors Director will of have Boys an opportunity Ranch.- 1 Home Economics Agent

.the heavy vote here of course chief asks for to Inspect
quick action by Congress, state legislaturesand ; facilities val-
among them being the interesting race ued at over $2 million. includ-
for unexpired term of Clerk of the There is some activity locally for municipalities to adopt modern business procedures ing a new 100,000-gallon ele- "It is not what SHOPPING This Is the needless duplicationof
both of the candidates for Attorney for the court itself and reduce vated you earn se Items that are abused or lost
Circuit Court, which attracted five system to the water tank, and a Just much as what you do with It."
Democratic candidates and hotly con- General with support for Elmer Fri- need for unnecessary appeals and the overall)) burdenon completed "radio shack" for This old adage is Just as true because Did you ever buy could an extra comb

tested races in two County Commission day and Robert Shevin about equally the courts. the Located amateur radio club. in the space age as it was in yours? you not find

and one School Board District divided. In the first primary Friday Each year Congress and state legislatures pass er nine miles on the north Suwannee of Live Riv- by-gone days. Being an Informed Irresponsible spending..

The fact that two of the county's municipalities carried Bradford County by 1,257 votesto 'thousands of new laws. Thousands of municipal Oak, Boys Ranch Is a home making wise consumer choices, capable Is not an to' Paying more than you have to
Shevin's 1079. for for purchases. This be the
-- Starke and Hamptonhad ordinance and administrative rules of needy and worthy youngs easy task. It Is a rewarding place may
regulatory they are purchased the
ters. It Is ,
sponsored by the
elections on the same day was alsoa task however since "sharp
For U.S. Senator former Governor agencies add to the chaos. Florida Sheriffs Association Irresponsible use of credit,

shown contributing here. factor to the interest Farris Bryant has more support locally An example of the legal jungle, which is familiarto and supported entirely by voluntary more Shopping"of the enables things you you to want get over unnecessary spending Items.or buylnp

and carried the county in the first all, confronts each citizen once a year when he The Sheriffs contributions Association has with the money that you haveto Something for nothing.
primary with 1,304 Senator Law- spend.
Now with such a good record to tries to understand the obscure and often contra. also chartered The Florida Choices Free gifts "bargains" which
ton Chiles showed were easy when few
live up to, it is hoped that the voterswon't here 8 surprising support dictory wording of his income tax form. Sheriffs Girls Villa, a similar products were available. Today are too good to be true are
only bait
on Sept. however with 916 Institution to get
girls, and I is your money.
thousands of items
let the remaining candidates and companies involved in for your
votes and may narrow the margin with court looking for a suitable building
down and fail to turn out for the Second Bryant next Tuesday. Chiles' performance cases often are faced with months of uncertaintyas site. Item selection.you vote When for you that choose productto an Snob-appeal... buying an

Primary next Tuesday. here was reflected throughoutthe they await trial. Regardless of the outcome, justice stay on the market Think Item or It Is a brand simply because to-
state, putting him In the run-off is impeded when it is impossible to obtain a how many of the products intoday's Impress others.
The Clerk's race is still unsettled, although he reportedly spent only decision. five stores were not there It Is Important
reasonably quick or hundred pounds of 1U- that teens
with Gib Brown and Johns just 5 Ten
Randy right- $37,000 in his first 10-10 at planting and then years ago. years develop realistic
primary cam- sup shopping
for law
Respect and order
essential about 90% of
to free ago them
ing down to the wire for the Demo- a were skills because
paign. His plement with ammonium nitrate :
cratic nomination. Time when the generally society. Those in authority should do missing. They
was attributed everything later.A Each are spending considerable -
the of
to appeal of a us have unlimited
Democratic nomination was "all there "fresh new face" and his walking tour possible to simplify legal procedures to reduce the blanket suggestion for rate wants. We however do not havean money as consumers
was to It"but not this burdens the and the Is hard to make unless we know Skills and attitudes developed
so time. of Florida which brought him wide- on courts public. Making laws unlimited supply of money
your soil and conditions. now will serve them when
The Second Primary winner must keep spread newspaper publicity understandable, improving procedures, and reduc- with which to buy. We must they are adults.

right on running for several weeks ing the number of laws and regulations should be OCTOBER 3 choose chandise from available the array to of mer- Consumer purchases col-

facing Republican nominee Inman Greenin Bradford County has a good thing given top priority. Over 400 Bradford County; Golden Rules of Shopping-us. lectively determine which products
the November General Election. are marketed and In
in its reputation for turning out a Farm Bureau members will Know how much money you fluence business and Industry.
This is the first time at least in have to
observe '
high percentage of voters in an organla You
this century (at is believed that there election. Although it will be a every short :: -::. ::: -.3&3 ::: : .:;:........ observe an organizational Make a list of things you to choose must Intelligently have knowledge in
c need our
has been a Republican nominee for ballot next Tuesday, it is a highly "4 FARM AND RANCHBy birthday soon. cost. to buy and approximate complex society.; For example
county office. This is local evidenceof important This has been a good year. over 8,000 different Items are
one voter who
We expect to have a good
the In
two-party system which has a supermarket.
visited the polls on September 8 should Annual Meeting and an elect- < '
George T. Our
finally come to Florida on the state ? lr e1airrtorPetean ;
return on September 29 to finish the Ion of officers for the new atse v become more complex. The
level, and is now beginning to reach COUNTY AGENT use
Job that is year. Look of
only half done. for the best quality multiple purpose credit Is
the county level. Agricultural Extension Service within
ffg : your price expanding and
range. we are moving
: :w: ;: ::.:-: :::.......;x,:::: &:::: =>.....; ::::, ;;:..: OCTOBER 13 Shop only with the reputable toward a "Less-check"society

merchant. where transfers of funds will
We've talked abou this date Remember a guarantee is move directly from the buyer'
This Is winter pasture plan- RYE GRASS and we will be talking about It only as reliable as the store to the seller's account.
niForacme right up until meeting time. that extends It. Learn what II "The Future Belongs To
practices It Is pastplanning We have used ryegrass for Our first meeting for the new. really Covered by a guarantee. Those Who Prepare For It..",
The Bradford County time. It Is work time.! temporary grazing during the year of the North Florida Poultry to' Know when to buy In order It Is said By Improving your
1-- past three winters. Even with Producers Association will get the most for your ex- shopping skills you will gain
TELEGRAPH Our beat livestock: people do some unfavorable condition at be In the Agriculture Buildingat penditures. Become famUJar more satisfaction from your
some of the little things that the beginning of each Starke at 8:00: P.M. on Oct. with advantages and disadvantages present expenditures and will
can be an Important thing to season ober 13th. President Arthur of sales. upgrade
ESTABLISHED 1879 we have still had some good your quality of living
assure a good pasture. It Is pasture and of Casklns, says that this Is going Learn the language of ad- for tomorrow.
many our cattlemen
a little bit late but never too will be using ryegrass to be a meeting that no poul- verUslng. Know how to look for Improved Shopping Skill are
late to have a soil test so that again. tryman should miss. factual Ldormation of As Much Value Ar An Increased

:you will be sure of liming We hope that Read
MIMII.FLORI your ( by making announcements the label. Learn the Income.
Many of us .have gone needs and
analy.lsoUerUllzer. no one can say composition 01
We an
A ESS through, the experience of being You may need liming material con that are ryegrass suggesting be this seeded sea- that they did not get the mes- care. and use/or operating Item Inatructlons Its-

disappointed when our with magnesium and you may early as possible beginning sage about October 13th. I know ROBT. J. THORNTON
confidence in our ability has need a fertilizer with extra week. The first rain will stimulate next that Arthur has worked hard In Shopping sins to Avoid. GIVEN SCHOLARSHIP
been shaken through non.aclaievewm phosphate or potash. A soil germination and earlier planning for this meeting and Avoid "

\ .of., *. .h ned.pr; test will tell you the type; the grazing will result. If seeding now we are Just waiting for the sPUr ;of the moment'&onw of Robert Mr James Thornton sa
result.fr gook Then and therewe'1RRfulttleaesettrs.rltafaith analysis, and the amount.There Is on top of established pasture date. buy will cause you to spend ton of Mrs E.E. "Iborn-
Is no one season for taking be sure the grass Is mowedor your money foolishly. awarded leo Lake. has been
soil samples. We talk and encourage Don't be an ten scholarships
grazed close. Some "In-outer" :
B. L. .... In the power of God within us. soil tasting each month cattlemen When given to
MATTHEWS. E41. .... like to scarify the sod. you try to buy everything lot outstanding J1a1-1
8.h11the1 ease Thunder sd We should reaffirm our belief luring the year. that fs "*" yOU will be College graduates In FIo-
eaUred M [Massa that with God able Seed may be planted on open Money." "out 01 rids The I
CUM Matter at the Pest Office at taste rietUau4er we are to land with oats or rye. If this Striking against government scholarship are awarded _
do all things. There is the divine Special. "Empty-spending"; by Florida State
emphasis will be put mixture Is used be benefits -
to is
Act ef March 3rd, U7I.MbMriptioa sure an abuse of citizenc versity
c only the ; Tallaha.
self in the Christ on seller. ..
U'. self seasonal crops. With soil cut seeding rate some. Spending 10Ur will Robert
la tirade steal I year. 11M.j Owtati. that i i. testing it Is bT ship. There is no other word i money for worthless enter his JunIor
always capable, alwaysone better to a Ryegrass loves fertilizer andespec:1al11 things FSU year at
trade aresj 1 ,..... ..... with the Mind of God encouraging little late than not take a sam nitrogen. Depending for It.-Mike Barber,DeWitt each a* some souvenirs and majorlng In In Special Edecation -
(Ark.) Era 'loveltles" Rehabilitative
ple. -Enterprise. Is foolish Sciences.
us to succeed.: on good or fair soil, use .four shopping. He Is a -
"Double.buy" gradualll
will rob 01 Braes-
you. ford
'aTELEGRAPH SEPT. 24. 1970 High School

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Don't Prune Azaleas( Now

Bradford Residents Can RegisterFor

If You Want Spring FlowersAzaleas 1 1

are showing buds at FNGA Special Interest Classes Now NEW COURSESTo
suggests that time
any '
of 1
this time year according to you are going to 1 / 1
spray an ornamental -
the Growers Florida Association.Nurserymen In and the'' cedure plant to It Is a good pro- Bradford County; residents. a future beginning Income course; and emphasizing Painting Begin At Bradford-Union Area Vocational
center part of the terminal water the plant the can still register for the new H & R Block Is looking for a responsible Individual
composition, color and
where the bud Is showing night before you spray. This Adult Special Interest Classes form capable of operating a volume tax business. Prior tax Technical School
growth promotes turgldlty; of the leaves to be offered In Starke by using oil and acrylic paints. knowledge, while helpful. Is not necessary. The Block
newcomers may be unaware and reduces the possibility; of Santa Fe Junior College, says Then on October 1, persons franchise Is compatible with most other service-oriented
that this one bud will produce register for these Thurs
burning. may businesses. We furnish: October
Dr. Jack Dean 1970
: Fuller for Community
7 flowers when It ,
5 to blooms.A Some day evening classes: Home and
say you can't fertilize
warning from the FNGA_ azaleas and camellias after the These; Educational non-credit classes Services.will Business Interior Decoration TRAINING SUPPLIES
do' not prune your azaleas now explanation of how to plan attractive
buds have set,but as the weather meet at the Bradford County ADVERTISING
for you will cut off all of your1spring cools off an ; Interiors in relationto
application of Middle School
on either Tuesday
; blossoms. Small and a- a mixed Individual and family housing -
borted buds may result If you sustain the plant during may the help winter to- 7 to or 10 Thursday p.m. for evenings 11 weeks.from situations and incomes; and H'RT[ cr CAKE DECORATING

do not watch for red spiders months. If you apply too Dr. Fuller noted that person, Photography including basic Monday Night only 7-10 P.M.
oh azaleas. This small photography, Amer/cf's Lurgtst Tex Service
your much fertilizer cameras exposure -
you may cause Interested in registering ....
Insect the may ------------------------ -
enjoys cool winter
new growth to appear so use do so at the first class meet- meters composition 30 N- Marlon St. i
months that will soon be coming caution and do it lighting, papers and 11 TO. I.
along. They feed on the under- healthy well-cared-for lightly: A Ing. Registration fee for each chemicals and theory of pic- Lakerj>, FI-SOM: :;:; |II
plant class is $3.
neath side of leaves. The upper that Is free of disease and Insects On ture development.Dr. Pl.... tend me your brochure outlining the H& R Block Fran-
surface of the leaves manifests will withstand winter conditions -- sign September up for 29 Tuesday individualsmay eve- Fuller pointed out that II chlte Program.I understand there I I. no obligation on my pert. II PEACE OFFICER TRAINING

the damage In the form of a better than a weak one. ning classes including Income the AdultSpeclal Interest classes Name ((200 HOURS)
yellow discoloration. In orderto are designed to the I
Tax Preparation designed to Address Mon., thru Thur., 6-10 P.M.
control,these tiny red mitesan special interests and needs of
application of trlthion or 1m Th Circuit Court OfUiadlurd better the average taxpayer a adult citizens of Bradford Coun CIty/State/ZIp.

.. kelthane will be necessary to CB.. No. Conntr.4SS! Florid eral Income understanding Tax laws the Fed ty.; He invited any citizen who II Telephone **". II APPLY NOW
keep the plants clean. A second :MarBaret Ann *'<>v 1L9on22J* as they has need for a particular pro-
relate to Individuals Investment
Plaintiff. v. Jam** ;
application may be necessary. ner. DefendantNotice .urities. guidelines gram of instruction to con- JHBJ CLIP ANgi'MAI&; TODAY r
Camellias also are showing : Of Action for' tact him at the Santa Fe East
Tot: Jam. Earl Connerswho. planning a personal Investment House 615 N.E. 2nd Street
rather large buds. Plants shouldbe .. ruald.nc. la unknown. program that can provide ,
watered well and kept In You Are Hereby Notified ha Gainesville.
action for dlvorc.
prime condition for the best teen an tiled agalnet you and you .
production of flowers.Too often are r.autr.d to aerv. a copy of
d.ten.es. If any. to It on r I IOU"I"NTIID
we neglect camellias and Th.ron A. Yawn. Jr.. Plaintiff e It
azaleas when they are producing 'a Attorney who. addressfe f 1 '
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Olson S. Thomas 78 of "Z":>'1: '' ; 'v
printer and former em- .",, ,>4 1\.% ;" d' 'P'< = .,
ploye Telegraph of The for many Bradford years County,died; Starke in "a local died: Sunday hospital >Sept.after 20 an, y 1{,:'\\::*;1; ?, '_.

Friday Sept. 18, In a local extended 4110688. He was born
hospital after a short illness. In Bradford County on April FIRST PRESBYTERIANSunday : : ..
Jan. 27. 1892. the son of the late School, 9:45 a.m.Morn-
5, 1910, the son of the late Isham and Sheba Thomas. He OF LATTER DAY SAINTS Highway 125,NorthwestoLaw- Bible 10 BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH ing Worship, II a.m. Youth
Rufus and Lillie Adams Lewis was a retired farmer and a 1404 E. Bessent Road Sunday School 10a.m.Morning Sunday: Study a.m.; Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Morn- Fellowship, 6 p.m. Choir Prac-
member of the Starke Churchof tey. Morning Worship and Communion ing Worship, 11 a.m. Evening tice, Wednesday 8
the ; p.m.
He was a member of ?'+t SundayPriesthood 8:30 sin Worship, 11:15. Sunday Night 11
Service a.m. Evening ser
yLorenzo' Christ. Worship, 7:30: p.m.; Prayer -Rev. Robert D. Burch
Baptist Church. Sunday School 10 Sacrament 7:30 Wednesday
ajn. Service, p.m. vices, 6.Wednesday.
Surviving three .Meeting, 7:30 Wednesday.Rev. .
are daugh- p.m.;
6 7:30 -Rev. CHURCH
p.m. : pjn. BAPTIST
Mr. Lewis served 0 n the tars Mrs. Ralph Goodge, Prayer Meeting Worship service JC. Saunders. pastor. GRACE
Starke City; Council for eight Starke; Mrs.Joyce Mock: Roanoke MondayMia 7:30 p.m. Albert .Knight, pastor. 7 p.m. Minister Jack P. Bell.HAiJEXOJS.CHEISTIAN Highway S-100 A, Starke (Grlfis *-

years, and was chairman dur- Va. and Mrs. Lois Seoklnger TuesdayPrimary 4:30 pan Loop).
WednesdayRelief Society: ; 10 Morning
ing part of that time. He was a Sunday School, a.m.
Springfield, Ga. two
; 7:30: p.m. 1, 10 ajn. Morn Sunday9:45: a.m. Sunday Union
former member of the Masonic Green sons Elmer B. Thomas and Jesse D. Branson, Branch SeaSch 11 ajn. Pre- CHURCH) School, 11 a.m. Morning Wor- Worship at 11. Training Worship 7:30.
Lodge and the Starke Rotary Colon M. Thomas both of Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- 6:30.: Evening
Young Union 7
President.? Services (Booster Band ship, 6 p.m. Training Mid-week Prayer Meeting, Wednesday
Club. Services Held Starke Denzll ing Worship 11 ajn. Evening
one brother
; People, and Prayer Service* 6pjn. p.m. Evening Worship.
Don R.
7:30. -Rev.
lie Is survived by his wife, Last FridayLorenzo Thomas, Lake Wales; one sis JORDAN MISSIONARY Evening Worship. 7 pjn.. tor.Worship -James. Shaw pas-' Wednesday7:30 Prayer Ser- Drawdy, Pastor.:
Thelma Silcox Lewis; one ter Mrs. Grettls Williams BAPTIST MISSION Midweek Service, Wednesday vices, 1st and 3rd Wednesday

daughter, Mrs. Brenda L, D. Green, 78, lifelong Welrsdale; and 17 grandchild U.S.' 301 North, behind Tas- 7:30: p.m. Rev. John Strickland night-1 p.m. Family night. KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST

Farnsworth; and one son,JamesA. resident of Bradford County ren.Funeral tee Freez Drive In, Sunday Pastor. BROOKER BAPTIST Sunday School 9:30: ; Training
Lewis, Jr., all of Starke; services were held .School, 10 a.m. Worship Ser- CHURCH Union 10:15: a.m.; Morning Wor-
died In Alachua General AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH
Mrs. C.D. Shank, ; at 2 p.m. Monday In Jones vice 11 and 7 FLA. ship 11 a.m. Evening Worship
and a sister, ajn. p.m. Pray ;
In Gainesville Wednes- Jim School 9:45
Hospital Memorial Chapel, Starke with Rev. Temple pastor. Sun- Sunday : a.m.; 7:30
Roanoke, Va. 16 brief er Service 7:30: p.m. Wednes- HOPJB BAPTJST.CHURCH: day School Morning Worship, 11 Eve- 7:30: p.m.; Prayer Meeting
held day, Sept. following a Rev. Jack Bell officiating. Interment 10 a.m. Ron Bristol a.m.;
Funeral services were Illness. Highway 100 at Theressa) ning Worship, 7 Wed. Prayer Wednesday.
at 2 p.m. Sunday In the First was In the family plot day.Leroy Olive pastor E.L. Sunday School- 10 a.m' Morn- Superintendent. training' p.m.; Pastor, Rev. Robert West.
Born In the Hellbronn sec- In New Hope Cemetery under Union 6:45 p.m. Meeting and Bible Study, 7
Baptist Church of Starke officiating with tion of Bradford County; on Dec. direction of DeWitt C. Jones Griffls, associate pastor. Ing Worship- a.m.; Training las, Director. Worship Services. p.m. Study on Book of Psalms. /NEW RIVER BAPTIST

Interment Rev. W.A.was Ilogan in the family plot 4. 1891, Mr. Green was the son Funeral Home. DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH ship7:15 Union6:30 p.m.. ; Evenings Wor-, 11 a.m., 7:30. Lavern Outlaw G.F.. "Prevatt pastor. Everyone Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn-
Arch Green and p.m.Wednesday
i' of the late H. music director. Welcome.
In Kingsley Lake Cemetery un- Fannie Ritch Green. BROOKER Night Prayer services = ing Worship, 11 a.m. TrainingUnion
"der direction of DeWitt C.Jones Mr. Green operated a dairy Word Of Life Sunday School, 10 a.m. Wor- 7:30: p.m. Rev. Merle 7 p.m. Evening Worship
Funeral Home.Services. ship Services, 11 a.m. and 7 Packham pastor. 8 p.m. Wednesday night service
7:30 Everyone welcome.
: p.m.
Set 6
Speaker p.m. Training p.m
west of Starke on SR-16 wherehe pastor. CHURCH HIGHWAY 16 N' Sunday Service: Sunday School, -L.L. Parker pastor.
Held lived all his adult life. He At Pine LevelRick jRev. Lacy Conway GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School. 9:45: a.m.Morn 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship,10:45:
. was a post office employee at ing Worship 11. Training Union a.m. Evening Service, 7:15: p.m. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH
For J. B. Wells Camp Blanding for seven years CHURCH OF GOD Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn i 6:30: pjn. Evening Service, 7:30.: Youth Group Meeting,Sunday 6:30 Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn-
N, St. Clair St., Starke. 11 and 7
Florida state 422 ing Worship, a.m.
and is a former employee of Brooks p.m. Union
Midweek Prayer Service 7:30.: P.m. ing Worship, II. Training ,
At Crosby Lake for the Wordof Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worship Rev. Fred Johns, pastor.
Florida Hotel Commission.Upon .
( Rev.. L. Tommy Howe,pastor -J.C. Brown minister 6:30.: Evening Worship, 7:30.
Services and 7:30
his retirement Mr. Life Bible Clubs will be ( 11 a.m. pjn.
the speaker at Pine Level Bapt. '-Rev. Y.W. KIdd, pastor.CONGREGA'lA .
James Bryan Wells, 71, of. Green developed the Green ------------------- --- -- -- -- ------
Starke died Friday, Sept. 18, Acres Sub-division In wes*. Church Sunday Sapt. 27, at 7 rI ,
while visiting his son In Ports- Starke.He p.m., according to Rev. John NAL HOLINESS
mouth, Va. lie was born on was a member of the Strickland, pastor. CHURCH SCIENCE I
Oct. 9, 1898 in Nodaway County First United Methodist Church.He Word of Life was begun In Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morning I
; Missouri;was a retired rail- Is survived by his widow 1940 under the leadership of Worship 11 a.m. Youth Service -. II
road section foreman and a Mrs. Mae Green, Starke a Jack Wyrtzen. Since that time 6:00 p.m. Evening Worship and GOD. '
Baptist. daughter Mrs. Elise Pass, the Lord has enlarged this min- 7Pm. ,
Surviving are his wife, Fern.G Starke; one son Inman Green istry Into international camp- Thursday, night. Prayer; Meet J t
Wells; four daughters, Mrs. Starke; a sister Mrs. W. Max Ing programs, nationwide crusades 7:30 "
p.m.Ivy Not too determined from "
radio television and a t long ago, a man accounts
Sharon Gaines, Starke; Mrs Wimberly, Starke, seven grand- Luke PastorNORTlISIDE .
Delores Jardeen, Tacoma, children and nine great-grand- Bible Club program. i in the bible that oil could be found in certain areas of
Wash.; Mrs. Ann Summers, children. As state representative of the BAPTIST I .

Norco, La.; and Miss Jean Bible Club program. Brooks' CHURCH bible lands now this country is rich in oil wells. ''
Wells, Seattle, Wash.; two sons, TETSTONE REUNION Is responsible for Introducingthe Sunday Morning Worship 9:45: ; i
Michael D. Wells,Jacksonville, SET SUNDAY program training leaders, Sunday School, 11. Sunday Evening I In the past, vigorous arguments arose between I
and James L, Wells, Chesa- and showing them how to reach Worship 6 p.m. Training
peake, Va.; one brother,GeorgeO. Tetstone family their teens. Union 7:30. I some scientists and bible scholars, however with I I
Wells, Sheridan, Mo.; one The George ThursdayTeachers and Officers -
Sacramento will hold Its reunion Sunday I the passing of time, new discoveries in science
sister, Mrs. Esther Haglst, Meeting, 6:30.: Prayer I f
and 11 Sept. 27, at the Carl Thomas HOPE BAPTIST Meeting 7:30.Edward #
Calif. grand-
; High- have helped us to have better of
children. residence on the Bayless REVIVAL SETA C. Harvey pastor. a understanding I f
Funeral services were held way members and f. God's word and now most scientists and bible
at 11 a.m. Tuesday at the grave All family revival will begin at New I l
side In Crosby Lake Cemeterywith friends are Invited to attend. Hope Baptist Church Monday, ST.CHURCH MARK'S EPISCOPAL STARK t scholars are in accord. God' word has not !
Rev. W.A. Hogan officia- Sept. 28, with services each ,
ting. Interment was under the Tilly with the femin- night through Sunday Oct. 3. Holy Eucharist 1st and 3n I needed to be proved, for it will stand forever. I t tI
11 Prayer
Sundays a.m. Morning -
The Rev. L.P. Sears Ocala, _
direction of DeWitt C. Jones
Funeral Home. ists that women should not be will preach at the revival. Rev. 2nd and 4th Sunday 11 a.m. I "For the earth shall be filled with the knowledge' r .
put on a pedestal. But she
L.W. Mosley Is pastor of the -John M, Flynn, Rector.
would the bus.appreciate a seat on church. I of the glory of the LORD, a$ the maters covert I! .

All Christian Soldiers
--- - - - are I "
nvlted to attend according to LAURA BAPTIST CHURCH I

L. Morris, reporter. Prayer Sunday School, 9:45 c. a.m.; I STUDY GOD'S WORD. .
Valley Congregational service will each
begin nightat Morning Worship, U a.-Hj.; Eve- ." "
7:30 p.m. Ping Worship, 7:30: pd*4 Midweek c t' I
The hutch Is God's appointed agency in
Bible Study, ,
Gospel Sing :7:30: pjn. this world (for spreading the knowledge of as t
Holiness Church Set SaturdayAt Be In church Sunday. His love for man and of His demand (for

Rev. W. B. Mercer pastor man t 10 respond to that love by loving his I
Located off 301 Down Gravel Road By Pine ValleyA I ntighbar. Without this grounding hi the .

Bradford Furniture Corp.-Starke Fla. Gospel Sing is scheduled GREATER BETHLEHEM I love of God, no government or society or

Saturday, Sept. 26, at 7:30 p.m. FREE WILL BAPTIST CHURCh way of lilt will long persevere and the ELTFtr ,

Saturday Ni'ht at the Pine Valley Congregational I frttdoms which wt hold to dear will in- @ ,
Holiness Church. Cor. Ash & Chestnut. Sunday tvitobly perish. Therefore even from a C9
Mes- School, 9:30 Morning Worship. I g
Sponsored by the Gospel : ; I
of should
selfish view
sengers, the sings will be held 11; Luague, 4 p.m. Night Service point ont support Jl G
7:30Sponsored each month. 6 p.m.Rev.. Jasper Williams I the Church for the sake of the welfare! of ? I

Pine Valley Church Is located : pastor. I himself and his family. Beyond that how-

Hv off US-301 north of Starke pet every person should uphold and I

Featured down the gravel road by Brad- SMYRNA MISSIONARY I participott in the Church because Jt J jlt I

The GospelMessengers ford Furniture Corp. BAPTIST CHURCH the truth about man's lilt death and .
Everyone Is Invited to attend. 633 W. Pratt St. ,I him'
Performers Sunday ser- destiny; the 'truth which alone will set I
vices: Sunday School 10 a.m. I f Gee to live as a child of God. ''
Will Be GOSPEL SING Preaching, 11 a.m. Training .,
AT BEULAH BAPTIST Union, 5:45: p.m. Evening Worship I ... ,. -
r' .
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PresentThese 7 pjn. Everyone welcome c.. . ;: ...

There Beulah will Baptist be Saturday a Gospel Church Sept.Singat In -Elder A.G. Flynn,, pastor JUfttBIII'tltifimi i 6 1f i'' i''! ii{ ; ; i iQu i, tte!iJ .! f

County on
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Sings will be Held 26, starting at 7 pjn. A special MADISON STREET : ___ ____ ________ ___ J.
feature will be "TheEvangels"with f
Opportunities for service
Each Month.Everyone the Little Girl. The publicIs :
Sunday School, 9:45; Morning WILLIAMS STARKE BUILDERS
Invited. Worship. 11; Training Union, BRADFORD t..

6:15: ; WMU Prayer Circle. 7:15; JEWELRYOfficial SUPPLIES Inc.
Invited Evening Worship, 7:30. ABSTRACT CO. ,
Colleges are opening, with MondayYouth Choir Practice -
new students being read the 7 p.m. Class Rings Featuring Ace Hardware
orientation rules/ alto /known WednesdayJunior Choir Better Service For Your
a* the article of war Practice, 5:45 RA. GA Sunbeams Keepsake Diamonds Complete Paint Suppliesand

... 6:30: ; Prayer Meeting, Title Problems .
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7:30: ; Church Choir Practice, Abstracts Spotting Goods

8:30.: 142 W. Call St. Starke
-Denton Sumrall pastor. Title Insurance "Check With Us First"

STAMP OUT Phone 964.7064
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ,- 158 W. Call Ph. 964-6881 219 Washington St. 961-5270

SundaySunday School 9:45: ;
HIGH Morning Worship 11, Sermon SERVICE .BRADFORD COUNTY
"Taking Up The Cross" (Mat-
thew 16:24): ; Training Union, Bill Edwards Ph. 964.7231 TELEGRAPHOFFICE
6:15: pjn.; Evening Worhlp,7:30:
AUTO LOAN p.m., Sermon: "Crossing Over Tire Tru-ing Jordan" (Josua-3-4)). eE,,
MondayYouth Choir Prac- Headlight Adjusting

tice, 7 p.m.Sunday School Plan- c ADDING
RATES! ning Meeting. Brake Service -_-_... ;) MACHINES

TuesdayJunior Choir Prac- Wheel Balance and
tice, G.A. Meeting (6-7-8 yr. PHOTOCOPIER: Irem.....
girls). 3:30: p.m.; G.A. Meeting Alignment Carl Hurst Phone 964.6111 &. SU. Take the drudftry out
(9-10-11 yr. girls), 4:15: p.m. ol s..*r wore
Sunday School Planning MeetIng PROMPT ROAD SERVICE
; New River Baptist Assn. LKOAL FORM
lug 7 p.m. New River Baptist AU Minor Repairs 24HR. WRECKER SERVICE
Aden Executive PAYa01a, KNYU.OPB
8 p.m. Bd. Meeting 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke Hiway 301 and 100

If you shop for an Auto Loanas WednesdayFamily NlghSup.oper.
<10 S. Temple Starke
carefully as you shop 6 p.m.; Prayer Meeting BRADFORD COUNTY -
for a new car, you'll R.A. Meeting, 6:30: p.m.; Tea.. FLORIDA
find we olfer fast financing chen and Officers Meeting TELEGRAPH

at rock-bottom 7:15: p.m.; Church Choir Practice r.1PEST
interest rates. 8:15 p.m. OFFICE SUPPLIES EDWARDSGrocery
ThursdayChurch Wide Vis

itation, 7 p.m. TYPEWRITER and Market ONTROL

W. A. Ilogan, Pastor ADDING MACHINES
Groceries Meats Feed a Oiuurti co..

STAHKE U MS. Take UM tfrydtmy. out

FLORIDABANK I Sunday School, 9:45: ; Morning of 9tt.work.- Jack and Gladys Edward :i39!) F:. Call SI. Stiirkc. Fin.

Worship. 11; Junior and Senior L60AL 10RM1' U. S. 301 South Starke
I MYF groups 6 p.m. Phone !Of. 1-5715 for FREE" ;

e' AT STARKE I WednesdayYouth, 7pm.Prayer Choir Meeting Rehearsal -, ..AYa.L& KYlLOPU .PHONE 064-5312: Inspections and KsliniateM::

7:30: ; Chancel Choir Rehearsal. .
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. 7:45.: CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, Inc.

One of 30 Banks of the Florida. National Group I -DeWitt Pastor T. Farabee, Jr. Owned Hy Those We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "Helping Our iMemhers Live lletler

Electrlcallv"-Keystone! Heights Phone .1731911James I J JI

I'MIK lf TKLEfaiAI'll; : ; SKIT.: 24, 1970

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Grace United Methodist: Sun- ( !
day School 9:45 a.m.; Worship ______ Weekly Specials
}, ervtcei 11 ajn. and 8 p.m.; lI
I MYF 7 p.nu; Choir Practice
Wednesday 7, Prayer services
8 p.m. ::
First Baptist: Sunday School -
9:45 ajn.; Worship services
11 am. and 8 p.m.; Training
Union 7 pun. Midweek services
Wednesday 8 pjn.
Church of God: Sunday School I
10 a.m., Worship services 11
ajn. and 7:30p.m.,YPE Thurs-
day 7:30 pm.Highland OD s1OV
Baptist Sunday
School 9:45 a.m., Worship 11
a.m. and 7:30 pjn.,Choir practice PRICES GOOD THRU SEPT. 30
Wednesday 7:30 p.m. fol-
lowed by prayer service.

Friends of W.M. Patrick will
regret to learn that he is seriously -
ill in Orange Park Hos I
.pital. By later report we under gs I
stand that he is improving.His '
friends hope for an early re- FLA. GRADE "A" or SHIPPED FRESH WHOLEFRYERS
covery. >
Friends are also sorry to
know that J.B. Bradley Is a
patient In Alachua General Hospital -
In Gainesville and hope
that he will soon be at home
again. i 9 a'c
We are pleased to note that
Mrs. Ed Durban Is able to be /
at home again.
On Sunday a party of ten ,,e r
went to Plant City; where they .; ,
held a covered dish dinner in
honor of Mrs. J.Q. Futch on

Alderman 85th birthday Ford anniversary Park. Everyone In- roc BACON.: : 68c

enjoyed the get-together.
Those attending were Mr.and LB.
Mrs. L.M. McClellan. Mr. and
Mrs. John Adklns Mrs. Ola
Starling Mrs. R.H. Futch, Mr.
and Mrs. J.R. Devore Teresa
and David.
On Thursday the home of Mr. 4'f t
and Mrs. Linberg Tanner in "
Brunswick Ga. was the set- f USDA CHOICE LEGOLAMB
ting for a dinner given by Mrs. W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE ;'
Joyce Futch in celebration of
the birthday anniversary of hereon 09 .'"'-". ,
,' .. -,'
Benton Futch, of Starke. .'.. ,""t."' ,....
Attending besides Mr. and Mrs. ROAST }$1 ., _
Futch and family were Mr.and <' "Qo r ,, , Mrs. Ralph Futch and Jeff of 't} ')
Black Mountain,N.C.,MlssEll- ,'-
zabeth Terry and several Apq\
Brunswick\ friends. __ USDA CHOICE LAMB
Visiting Mr. and Mrs.Pierce )
Crews during the week were OVEN-READY a Sh Chops
Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Crews Jr., r .
son and daughter of Jackson- vIrn .I T cool LB.SUNNYLAND.
ville; Mrs. E.A. Sapp of New U.S. CHOICE; E-Z CARVE LB. LB 79 C
River Mrs. J.W. Kelly and
Mrs. Nora Sapp of Brooker.
Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard Har-
ley of Bushnell spent the week-

end Mrs.with T.V.their Duck family spent Thurs-here. Ground Beef.10 lBS. $549 Shoulder Roast LB. $119 Loin Chops . lB. $159 Link Sausage :t0B. $199
day to Saturday of last week

attended, George the funeral Cook on of Friday.her uncle Pork j Roast..' .:.' lB.... ,59C. London.Broil tB. s139 S.I.I.$1?.9 Fish 'Fillets -. -. 79c ...

Wendell Kelly of Bushnell was SAVE 30c. W.D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF BNIS.STEAK W.D BRAND ) SAVE 20c...USDA CHOICE LAMB SUPERBRAN0 CR visiting at home over the week- dROsikAK.;; ;
Delmonicos . IB $169 LB.99c Shoulder Roasts 69C 2 L S- 69C


Herbert during the Prescott week of were Jacksonville Mrs.- Chuck Steak LB.79c Beef Steakettes LB.89c Drumsticks . LB. 39C Cheddar Cheese LB.79c
and her son and daugh-
ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Van ASTORSHORTENING I
Prescott, of Starke. ( % ASTOR INSTANTCOFFEE
Georgie and Harold Sapp of 1
:Miami were visiting their
grandmother Mrs. A. C. '
Pearce,last week.

They were Wednesday dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wal-
len Sapp and Leslie In Jack- _
sonville. llmll/0..Coll..four Ctoll will.19 ..Man....h...l.cl.dlng. Cli...".. 53c'
Mr. and Mrs. A.D. Dobbs L. k r'

were Clarence Sunday.visiting Dobbs Mr.in Sandersonon and Mrs. purchoi.$ cigarette 00 or Mcluding mart". 3 LB. 3 9 I Aster. .t; -T Coffee

Mrs. Mamie Futch was visiting CAN E 6-oz.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell 6'0&. 78 .JAR
Hodge in Macclenny last week. JAR

Mrs.Hospital D.J. Putney, Jacksonville In Memorial on- Tomato Soup TAN":;: 10C Fruit Cocktail 5 No.CANS 3$100 Cut Beets 8 No.CANS 303 $100 1 Sweet Peas 6 No.CANS 303 $100

Mrs. Futch was Injured

wreck.recently In an automobile Saltines . PK .. 19c Beet f Stew 4 CANS 13-ai. $100 1 Green Beans 6 No.CANS 303 $100 1 Oil I . 48-01.BTL 88c
Mrs. B.F. Jackson of Max- '
vllle visited Mr. and Mrs.
.Mr.Green and on Mrs.Sunday.L.C. Hilliard Bread . 4 LOAVES I'la.lB. $100 Niblets I Corn 4 CANS $100 Irish. Potatoes 8 CANS's1 Cooking Oil I . 'eTL.. 68c

Mr. and Mrs. J.A. OgIlvie and Dinner Rolls 2 12.PK, 39C Calif. Tomatoes 6 1'10.303 $1 1 00 Potatoes 8 No.303CANS $1 1 00 '. 39 e
family In Jacksonville on Sun- PKGS. CANS . . JAR

day.Mr.. and Mrs. Floyd Futch KING SIZE
visited her brother and sister- i wm */
in-law Mr. and Mrs. O.B. SOFTWEVE ASSORTED TOILETTISSUE .*,ffttff ffttffwr B
Green in Mlddleburg during the + /

week.Mr. and Mrs. Albert Strick- TIDE
land of his Jacksonville brother-in-law were visiting and- 4j

sister, Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe ----
Norton, on Sunday. ARROW



Quantity Right ft...rvdWINNDIXII
Apples . 4 BAOHEADS 59C Lemon $100


SERVICE Mtoes. 4 LBS.59c Krunchees . .", Orange Juice

Gilbert S. Brown FRESH PAN RED)

Staadard Oil ATLAS Service/ SUtlM Cabbage 2 39c Shrimp . MB.fKO... $129YellOW ]

Budget Terms Road Serrfa Onions 5 LB.BAO. 49e29e Waffles 4 1Gs.100;;: |
PRONE .....7011 . .
407 N. Tempi-,SUrfc SWEET MEllOW VALSHINOBartlett

Pears LB. Corn-on-Cob P::a: 39C


Service Station 1o594 Peppers 5 fOR 39C Pie Shells 3 lO.o.P KG.. slop

C.. OO -Lubrication 10 BAO 69C QT.39c
_....reIa Tire BaOerie Topping . .
6oz.Potatoes t
Ml sad 100 SUrte .2 PKGS. 69c Green Peas 5 .Xx;: $1 CANS

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Eleven Three Ag Groups Set Meetings For October Dates - .

Bradford County's agricultural The North Florida Poultry' The Bradford-Union Cattle- .
Faces Tough organizations will swing men's Association will meetat men's Association will meet H.ME&. ;
back Into their new falls seasons the ag building on Oct. 13 Tuesday Oct. 27, also at the
Baker Squad with meetings planned for with the new president Arthur ag building In Starke.
October. Gasklns presiding.
The Farm Bureau will hold More complete details of .
Bradford's Baby Tornadoes AA.MI YOJ Ae SAN. these three Important meetings K
Its annual meetings supper
will County go up team against here a tough tonight Baker at and election of officers at the IV/OVIE will be announced: later.

7 o'clock.JV agricultural building October y
Coach John Allen rates 3. 4 -
Macclenny as good or better -- --

than Eastslde and said their f.f:;:;:::;:::::::::;::::::::::::::".::;:;:;::::;:::;::::::;:;',*:;;i$::;:;'''>:'::;:;:::::::::::::::;;.-:::::: % ele :r.!
varsity was no "foresight"
tonight's game. Revised Schedule i
Coach Allen pointed ou that
J.V. moved the : _
"the Macclenny
ball 40 yards against their varsity -
the first time they received '$ t1pr.droony"
the ball" in a preseason CREDIT COURSES
scrimmage. 'hI
Macclenny JV quarter back BRADFORD MIDDLE SCHOOL 4 b. MBIA
is one of the finest passers I
we'll face this season and Mac- << -,.. .. w.

the clenny ball will in the be air wanting a lot to more put ;; Revised schedule for oredlt courses offered by Available .. to be built on your property anywhere. ..out In
than Eastslde did. Tonight"our Santa Fe Junior College at the Bradford Middle the country, at the beach or lake in the mountains .
I almost in than 30 states. not a temporary-
anywhere more
defense will get a real In Starke the fall terms
pass School during place to live, but a permanent home, conventionally built
test." S using high quality materials and construction methods .
"We did not play as well as << ( one that is almost certain to gain in value Instead of depreciating
I thought we should have"Coach Tuesdays, starting September 29 '# .. .a good Investment for your hard-earned money.
Allen said, and to win this game 4 *
we will have to make fewer :.

mistakes. Coach Allen went on BA 211 Principles of Accounting 7:00-10:15: : p.m. f: I affordable even infinancing.this day of constantly rising;
to say that his Tornadoes are a e prices and hard nowget f Jim Walter built homes are
In good shape and did not sustain affordable there are more than 20 LOW PRICED models
any serious injuries against f EH 100 The English Language 3:30-6:45 p.m. I = I ... but because they cost less,doesn't mean you get less...
Eastslde. as a matter of fact, in addition to the low overall cost, you
The Tornadoes will be play- 7:00-10:15 i can even save more money by finishing some of the inside
HY 200 of Florida : p.m.LE
ing without the services of Bob History j yourself.. do as much as you want ..the more you do, the
Dyal who's outstanding plays more money you save .this way you can have a whole lot
has earned him a spot on the 110 Police Administration 7:00-10:15: : p.m. M more house for a lot less money. .and .

varsity squad. Replacing Dyalon .qualified property owners get. .
defense will either be Steve k
Reddish or Donnie Crawford, SO 100 The Social Sciences 7:00-10:15: : p.m. MORTGAGE FINANCINGSo
while on offense Steve Parish >.f
( get th.fact*- and complete information. Fill out the coupon,send for( our f free catalog of homer today.
'will nil the gap left by Dyal. :: I

Other see more faces of you are;can Stan expectto Reddish ::::: Thursdays, starting October 1 m A Cof ye ele Lace of Second-f-foute, Cottage*

Earl Wilkinson, and Joey I r-----------,
Thomas In the backfield with I JIM WAITM HeM. .IS. *T .. -. I II
ES 110 Basic Economics 7:00-10:15: p.m. Uw..w.ro ) w
James Sewell at end. All of I y7L r. I I would lilt. to have me.. Informollon' and : .v I
these players looked goodin ,h.ebIIdfnp on my property.Inds-I B:1.]: ....
Mondays practice, however, i MS 100 Principles of Mathematics 7:00-10:15: p.m. I and itond"that"rh.f.you would w.Idivd b.no*obligation m.h...,.to factifr buy "'" I
Coach Allen termed this prac- "..of charg
tice the worst of the season. I NAME I
rf Jacksonville.Fla. .
Coach Allen said that the PY 200 General Psychology 7:00-10:15: : p.m. 3220S Ocala Lake Cttr. FU. ADDlln
Fla. 32(70
fans should be praised for the >:, II 3281 Went 3001 South P. O. Box INS I CITY ITATI I
fine manner in which they came SC 200 Introductory Sociology 3:30-6:45: : p.m. Beaver St. Pine SI. MM E. Duval Tolophono( ,nofghbort) ._,__
and supported the team last P. O. Bo* 6248 P. O. Box f 54 US. 10 OloateeiPh. I If rvrvt,rout.",....|lv.direction. I
Thursday and he anticipates a : Ph. 388-1585 Ph. (22-8118 732-MU
similar crowd tonight) |. Students may register and pay fees at the Middle I I*wn property In ,_ county." I
The fans should note that the # 6:00-8:00 L.... __ _

game up. to 7 time o'clock has by been conference moved "8... "' '............,;,School">','.'.',19.--''' '''''''' '.'.'...<.<..:.O:between...........;.;.............................................................................................................................................p.m.....................$;............,......;.;......September.........;..:.............................;';..:(:: ...:'S'K 29. __________ ______::1:

rules, and will be played in
Starke in a change from the

printed schedule. We Need No-Nonsense Law Enforcement f


gaudier Men are clothes.finally This wearing Is the Ed i i to ria i Is
first autumn when the glorIous &?rtrnbur0 times
colors will be about
evenly divided between the "The policy of our paper is very simple merely to tell the truth."
two ends of the rake. vote For
Vote For
Paul Poynter, publisher, 19121950

14-A Wednesday, September 16, 1970

EDMONDSONLandc1earing And Support And Support

** MOWING BULLDOZING The Submerged Issue I .

On Florida's Sept. 29 runoff ballot '
Fill Dirt and the Democratic race between THE TIMES RECOMMENDS ,
-\ >
Lime Rock Senator Robert L Sens. Robert L. Shevin and Elmer ti\\2)! ,6- Senator Robert LeShevin

Qualified Operator Friday will be listed under the office ,,!btBmERGOVERNMENT...... ., :!!, '
.... ,, ...
:;hone 964.7205 of attorney general. -- -- '-...

St rke; Florida also is one of the most ) stood strong to save the
H contests of the decade resolution.
to protect Florida's SHEVINfor
SHEVI1NUNDER t* In a major conservation
issue of 1970, Sen. Lawton Chiles'
JacksonVilleBusiness FLORIDA'S deceptive bill guaranteeing the public use of

Cabinet system, the attorney gen- beaches failed in the Senate by a
for eral exercises almost as much pow. single vote, 21 to 20. Shevin voted
er over the environment as over the for It. Friday didn't vote. AccordIng -
law. He I is a voting trustee of the to the Palm Beach Post, Fri-

Internal Improvement Fund, which day "sat out the long debate in the
manages and sells state land, and Senate lounge."
member of the Air and Water
DirectoryAuto ATTORNEYGENERAL a V In 10G9! the Senate Conservation -
ollution Control Commission the
Committee became known as
Boating Council, the Board of ATTORNEYGENERAL
"the death trap" for meaningfulbills
Sales and Service / Conservation, the Board of Drainage
to curb pollution to
: or preserve -
Commissioners i and the Outdoor
Florida's natural
Parrish MotorsSALES Recreational Development Most of the losses were on a &-3
split with Friday among those consistently
For tli-j Democratic nominationto opposing conservation

SERVICE the office with these )potters measures.
PARTS The Times Sen.
v A severance tax on phos-
She\in. lie leas record in
: a good
phates has become a political symbol : -
Always Good Vied the in affairs.
Can Legislature legal
) in Florida. This year's bill
Ml Laura St. Ph. 35f-SCU Robert L. Shevin Equally: Important( he U! the only would have Imposed u small tax
candidate \\itli!
an acceptable record -
and used the to help Industry -
ELECTRIC MOTORS Came to the Starke Political on conservation. and lbcal money governments fight

Rally to discuss his candidacy Shevin has voted consistently pollution. It was defeated 5-3 on Robert L. ShevinHas
PEAVY Brothers and ask for your vote. for sound conservation bills. His Earth Day in the Senate Natural

Electric Co., pledge for the future:! is clear and Resources :and C.n<;:r\ tc! Com already Taken a Stand On:

precise: mittee. You guessed it. Friday

Electric MotorsSold "As attorney general of Florida voted against. CAMPUS DISORDERS

Serviced Repaired I would continue to vote as a f Friday also opposed a bill
Generator Starters Armature member of the Cabinet favorablyon DRUG ABUSE
Rewinding1, Robert L. Shevin that would prohibit offshore oil
4044 Lenox Jan. 387-2528 issues that protect natural resources drilling within 12 miles of the Flor
Will be concerned about every of this state against pollu- ida coast and another regulating CONSERVATIONPOLLUTION
"* tion and confiscation{] of special
citizen In Bradford County- thermal pollution.
tc rests. I would l vote on Cabinetmatters CONTROL
NOT A SELECT FEW to protect our natural V Finally, Friday in 1969 spon-

CONN YAMAHA and KIMBALLORGANS PIANOS shore lines, to protect our beaches sored a bill described by Sen. War- JAIL REFORM
and to prevent developments that ren Henderson of Vealce as "one of
will end our citizens' Inalienable the biggest land grabs in Florida PRISONER REHABILITATION
right to a healthy environment" history." Between ISoiJ:) ; and 1917,

Robert L. Shevin Sen. Friday also is campaigningas the state illegally released 19-
million acres: of submerged and OV.
a conservationist. He six
erflow lands. Since the transactions years ago Senator
about "my years of progressive
Has and will continue to cooperate work on conservation." were illegal the state has! Robert L. Shevin lost
with and support your maintained for years: that it still his father at th+

local police and county law BUT FRIDAY'S record shows owns the land. Friday sponsored a hands of an armedbill

KIMIiALL "SWINGER" enforcement officers. consistent opposition to the most to give it away. robber when he was
fundamental! environmental Interests
ORGANS of Floridians. Some examples Surely this It! not the kind of fatally assaulted.
Roosevelt Mall-J88- 319 cited record the Democrat it ant tore
by Shevin:
\\and\>ith one of Florida's most
WESTERN STORE Robert L Shevin ** When the 1970! Legislature) powerful conservation posts.' They
was maneuvering, to oppose the- must not. Vote for and elect Robert L.
highly damaging Honeymoon Island -
LITTLE DUDE Has proven his concern for drec';0'r' and fill project In Pi- Clearly the only choice for con- Shevin.the and he will pledge; to you
salary needs and program sup- ncllaj: Fiiday\ voted first with only scrvalionUts in tills lace I is: Shevin. support of the AttorneyWe
Western Store port at Florida State Prison '' eight other:) senators to send the strfnnly recommend Shcvin's( General's office to make Florida

and throughout the Division of resolution to a killer committee. nomination" for many reason: a safe place to liveWhere a
Western Clothing Leather.roods Corrections. He changfil: his vote to "not vot among them the (future of Florida'srich man's home can be his castle once
Saddle sad Trailer
C&arlaa .* Sharon Patty IPd. Poi. Adv.t ing" when 21 senators' (IndU'lin' ;; natuL'lll'l'OU1.C; : :I. again.

M* ... Edgvwood: .....Ul. rts

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ee ea-a e e apply to the Honorable TheronA.
'fOTlCR' TO IIInn nS 1 Tao Conntr .Jaflc*"* Oa." Judge'oe
Notice I.... hereby NOTICE I.. And For Bradford County, County Florida. Joe
Community INVITED-TO CALVARY sealed bids will be"received. Florida I. Probate approval of said Final Return
bj' tIe Bradford County Board In Re> The Estate) of John Order of Distribution -
of Public Instruction at the The Susie Milliard chargedIn H. Powell Deceased and for and an for Final DI.o......
All girls and boys In grades office of the Superintendent county court here with drivIng Notice Of Flllnn Final Report of the Estate of
of Publlo Instruction Brad- And Application For DischargeOf a. Executor .
meetat .
1 through 6 are Invited to decesaed.The
ford County. Pont. Office Box: without a license Is not Executor John H. Powell 01
the Calvary Baptist Church /S9. Ktiirke. Florida. until 1:30p.m. : the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Notice. I la hereby iclventhat Florida National Bank F1or-
from 3:30 to 4:30: each Tues- JCDT. on the day of Sep. The Florida National Bank: ofJacksonville. JackaonvilleJJ.okeonvnl.
ember Luther Milliard of Lawtey. the of the Estate!
30. 1070, f..rtha construction Jmckonnvllle.Flor- Ida Executor
News day starting October L The of: Telegraph has been asked to ida, hu filed Its Final, Report of John H. Powell. dea.a..4.
young people are urged bring Bradford County Irish School aa Executor of the Estate of Dell. Or.ham. Wilcox, Barber.Rapnenooker .
friend and Bible. A free Starke. Floridaat announce. John H Powell deceased: thatIt & Ryals. P. A.Gtalnesvllle.
a your which time Rids will be ha filed its Application for P. O. DI'er. .1
By Elizabeth Given Walker week of camp and other val- publicly, opened and road aloud Distribution and Final Discharge Florida
uable awards can be earned. Any Bid received after the -------- ; and that nn the End Attorney: tor Exe1 r/t
time and date "n'''t'*In.t' herein day of October 1870 It will tat
GIRL SCOUT NEWS will not be considered.
tlst Church. All members and
day and
Wednesday for
Girl Scout Troop 626 will all adults Interested In nights receiv- friends are invited to attend. Plane. Speelfhntlons.. andContract
meet each Wednesday at 5 p.m. Greater Free Will Baptist. Documents mny beexamined
ing a diploma or selfImprovement at the office of Don 10.00 VALUE
at Greater Allen Chapel AME or better Job. For Information Church, Rev. Jasper Williams NAACP MEETINGThe 11 M''riNin. Architect A.I.A. Attention Mothers8x
Church. All girls InterestedIn pastor. Monday night,Choir No. Bradford-Union NAACP Post Office Box 037 Green CoveSprlnau.
call 965-6683 or 965- .. Florida. the Asiorla
; are asked to regis 6150 for Information. 1 rehearsal. Tuesday night, held Its regular meeting Wed- t..rt General Contr: ,'cto tt'1 Pun'
ter. Registered girls are askedto Choir No. 3 and Ushers Board nesday night, Sept. 23, at 8 Room. Jacksonville, Florida: 1O
attend the meetings. CHURCH NEWS No. 2 will meet. Wednesday p.m. The next meeting will and if Uoom tV.JjoOire Jackson Corporation'sPlan >Illo. FlorIda

Ebenezer Baptist Church night, Prayer Meeting. Thurs- be announced. Living Color
SCHOOL NEWS Rev. Leroy Thomas The day night, the Ladies Circle Il
pastor. .
Adult classes are In prog- Mt. Sinai Assn. will be held will meet at the home of Nottoe ofEiection TomAdams Plans he obtained and .AS R"c..ltlcntlonalIIav follows*
gress at RJE School on Mon- Sept. 23-27 at Ebenezer Bap- Mrs. Sarah Prince. Friday Ue it. known that of State t. of General Contractors -UP-
night, Prayer Band meeting at .B.Secretary of Florida. do here' on receipt nf f 40 00 "h.' .. 4 par of
cent sales tax two (2) sets
the home of Mrs. Rebecca Allen by Blv. notlo. that a In General Brad.flora Plans and Ftpcclflcnttons forthin PORTRAITSr rt
Saturday night the League El.ctton County.will State bo of Florida project will\ b.. forwarded
301 DRIVE-IN will sell in the kitchen. Youth on Tuesday next November succeeding collect. are If Flans returned cod, In Specifications rood v
Day will be the trot Monday bald Tuesday condition within ten dave tkr
School A. D., 1910 the after receipt of "''rIhe fulldeposit ONLY
of Nov
THEATRE starting with Sunday being. the Third Day will be rpfundMD. 974Plus rn
9:30.: Morning service at 11 aber. to rill the followingoffices Snhcnntrnetnre, YenAnr.. l J
STARKE, FLA. with the Youth in charge.Eve- United: States SenatorReoreseatlve eta Upon ropelnt ft' 14000
In Congreel plus 4 Per cent Snles Tax one
ning service 6 p.m. Visitors Second Congressional eat of flans. and "Rporl'tpatloTtsvl1 '
always welcome. for the be tnrwnrde4' collect IfPlnns bOo( Film '
; Charge
>1.trletTwo !}
,1 Justices of the So.pram. and Specification. arereturned
FRIDAY-SATURDAYSEPTEMBER 25-21( (2) In irnort ...n"""* "
Greater Allen Chapel AME No '
irjudB.. of the DIe within tan dove after receiptof Appointment Necessary;) \,
DOUBLE FEATURE Church, Rev. C.E. Jenkins pastor Two ( of Appeals for theFlr.t ""III. {tuna" (ime-lmlf.' of the ,
of Poses
Court Full Selection
trlct '
Sunday School, 10 a.m. The District Groups dennsIM' vlll h" r undn4
Appellate ..
C Separate Sheets --S p"r- LIMIT I P.r Person 2 P.r FamilyAddition
SHARK loNE SHARK: 4th and last Quarterly Confer- Governor1and Lieutenant Governor ate .hoots-oases. of Drnwlnurs No Afjn J Limit -
,.. ( ence will be held Sunday Sept. ani1>nF Sneclflrorlnna may be I *! Subject $3.95
ohtnln 1 as follows: All Work Gtinr mtee l
s rTWO.SHARK f : 27, at 11 a.m. with !Presiding Secretary General of State Groups $1.47 P.r Person
( Elder C.E. Toston in charge. Attorney .
\ ft ISO per sheet plus
Oomptroll.rTrea.ul'8r Drawings
4 .... ...
All boards are asked to have Alfrlouttur.Commlsslon.r : rn r .I !'*n s '1' cSpecifications
'. ":::':'': ;1.0, THREE; "# !'"\ written reports. Comml..loner of of'Education rent Sales IS P r' lee 4
: )\ i / M.mbe.Florida pubs All reouents. for PlanS
toSHARK J ," Two Ito Service(2) Commission 1G..ouP and Note:JJnecl'Ir-atlons. separateheete ... At Sears Catalog Store
Group of Drnwlne-s. <<"" .n
....FOUR 2 Snecltlratlonet.hall
,, are? pages of
of the State firoiiirh the of-
t Member he made
...... of Representatives for the 11 flea of the Architect.Each .
KILLER /_' 'j lowing house D1etTICtel' :Court.onEosri 16 Hid submitted shell he. STARKE -- 218 N. TEMPLE AVE.
Clerk of the ,eeotnpanled. bv" Cashier'heck
...WILL RIP YOU ApARTI in the' ". \ ( !/l l. of County ,Comml."IODlmb :: or Bid Bond In the
tr cent of thenut.
of R per
.. \ THEATRE : of the 2'so 001 Bard Amount. payable to the """dtnrdc.
I MIDDLE.KILLER-: ". Districts. 1. 2. e. Board of Public; In. September 25th And 26th
SUM_IMT........ ; (SEAL) Whereof. 1 struotlon.. a performwneeal -
9- Aar:!sNissa ... v .' ': Showtime-Weekdays 7:00 lave In e.tlmonY hereunto eat my hand of In and the amount Material of PaymentBond 100 percent
=-:",:,.ww.naw..a":::::'IM.'I' II.IrawwJOHN.:.: tNO.MORE;t I:"" Sunday 3:00: Saturday 1:00 the and State affixed of the Florida Great this at Ta11ahaasee the- company of the shall Bid amount be licmised Surety to HOURS: 10 A.M. 1 P.M. -. 2 5:30 P.M.

MITCHUM FRI., SAT., SUN. Fourt..ntlda.y the Capital of August; Florida do" business. and shall In. the be listed State by of LUNCH 1 to 2 P.M.
United State Treasury
m0 the (
SEPT. 25, 26. 27 Tom Aa18- Beportment. ,.
of D-lO at ,4
JUN'cOMTjn ISTMtSHCPIMIT'S Secretary State4t; 10-1

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Elect The North Florida Man ; I I I 32ozBTL : t'i? QUIK

As Your U. S. Senator 1 I 1

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r Farris BryantHas :ROLLS

Bradford been a County proven as friend a Leg.oft 28 I 17e I 29C 1 I i

islator and as Governor B ; CAN II 12'sFROZEN II

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friend when elected to the

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Families Increase PnOPOSaO. COrtSTITUTIONAi' oRWIDlCTIOH.-'I1oo'

Savings AMBNDMBHTS! 'TO U VOTED ON Joe!:l.._ r... III 05.r ommwdreMd r.ya.1to enp. enI....p-1 ......w1W si aks a-....of w, (S) a.i$ r............ .... S. _....

irovnrsra j, 1970 __ ... total --.. :..... Thn ., -IwtoseamaS.bMS.. hwy: tnal Is as* ......... skeS I Iaaf lie ...... .. b-We tho..5.rf. .... .Is.e oaot of
it r ben writs rrrr........ .r...-. ..-.. axaaaal a gsxaKaDKlISKaaa. xaxa Ssxaa -aaxaax.aMava...>4xi.... w ear eleaiol brakbafttalswbasrstaoraeelm ..........

In Of So-Called 'Recession'Despite HOTXCK Or KUtCTIOIIMtniaS. on' pMWtYwi .. +- blen eap4e. d. r ..thTweb.e.w' mutt .WM. i by,..y y b....... lIP ..... We ...... data of tab.....awl won MM or.We.IDaYesemd'Wrb4bdaowetreWoentY.

i Spite ns ptoM to .. sarbts .wars o the DC'I'IDN' La'eidrb- .
... .... ef Stet rebw ..fncrloM .
TIM L..y2aars or 1969 .-.... .... ...... ......b-. Di ....- r.w with mtartae eat laM Mum they o
us* 1970. under tho Constitution or MMate (a) This atk.d... ....... .1 .1 AItIaIa V .1 *. O.eN be I-Rdeb.......tea. stattMve date ot asm erases.keaMesa .

the current national Appllcid! to Bradford County; >t 0 of Florida. parsed Joint ....1.1... I. .- ...."'I...._-......,...... .... _............. .
eiMnftsontei to tko Corutltvtloa famine. .ea (4)) )dray. ....... 000aII0a .. .... 5" NYK
with Its net after-tax aver- proposing so .
business recession the of saork MM gar sow irrninietBesajee ..... ....
((5)) b w ,
tsea.its .. ..
of tho stall or Florid Uri did
Is age Income of$6,774 per house they ( ) COUN1Y cou.Ta.-to.... rub beer a p........ ttr.uue.5.eww.frwrew. re..tS. a. ear ox ekia midi akaal asssaaa. .. I... ----of
Bradford County family reportedly hold the general average was ."_ ... maA dtroo that the asild JolM .a III wen .. w brie ..... .. wally b w ire We ...... des of thb ands ...l e.lek. III .art w .... s... W ...y uwk o r ...-. --. .....
In better financial condition Reaolntlona be ambmlttexl to tho sinter doeurdl sow w wen solhodrd y p.ad" tow.d. r aWes .aMe w-hato.dlen Ulf(1)( o De arde. ,
---411I a -... b
than In most recent 5.0 per cent and the amount of tho sag of' Florida the .... Conor*! ...... .... Y b a eoe.b sort ..e.tiaa : .r.a {w.a.rr.r..
years. .., .be..braid d. enS_. b.. o wek.ron (l ..... I. ea .....
According tonath figures, saved In the year was approx- anon to oo hold on HbTsatkor ). 1970 p..r.t to hw. rapt,. a .eons .gad, y III kents....W.mart. (e) Oa tke eatesttea data ot this article east until toed by w :mw at d.a oaf Weems oa X00 ........

imately $340 per household .. itrad tmtmf dread ttMMasflaW. flsxxxM Wee gat*) tsasaaaaaaxaasaaMal Y xaaM De ofadhe.r ..'... d.E bras
local families have larger nest I 1 TON a0hne..eor.tary a m4__re aasrtef-... brra..W..In of wIbf.1
The reports Indicate thatper- OW. WtMFOM. .505.. ... -b s- u..r ems S saa..agt III .................. Ie..Y suero III Di .telee-Ne ...... M M. Irenr.T ef
of Sto.to of tao 3taj of FlogIda
In bank
eggs of cash deposits o w hrbsS DerreeSp e M ben_L.. Men .

and other forms of savings sonal savings by American do haretralro settee that a 0....* --b) COUNTY JUDOES.-Tbsre Shan.. he Bter.M by ant one I ..... -......'... by ssaeral.srw, a Juvsslta and. *-' .
(II) IICftIDIf M 05501.511 '
a1 Slootloa will be hold lav ooh tie 8aIIIDUr.a .....- .
at the' County '-
this year are running arnissts ilihaua and a ..aainil el.-.
than normally. This Is believeddue In Florid, on .... First Tu.seey.fter .w.Jsynl-eo.ntysons.e Nbien.ar. to rd.. ........-Y l.w ..... y .eruct --. to Sbe

to the fact that local families annual rate of $42.8 billion, the First Nondar ta Xovember.. whloh date ttttttSZ.xzsr--. ** .I-1W- S... Y Treer1-.....o We rrr51. ........ We

have "pulled In their as against $37.6 billion last I. MoTonbor 3. 1970, for tho ratlfloa.tlon ( > .JUatamcnoN.-c..tr: courts shag .... .. Imadlii. r astl n. subs r .rots to Walt 05 ai.eb b M
tIooa prrlhe4 by general' Is*. Whsa provided. by .... warty ado II. en..... b.e.spga__ law .-w.. A hrebetw
horns" somewhat during the year. tlono or rejection_of.IId_the'Joint neoola- Dsaja of soy sows. ahaE ao ex oOdo. Jstaje of a Jf.( ) After the ___ "-' -'. era'-*.f lip d-m-. i I'.. o SM ... r .lei. er ......... o DY
past ;year, no longer' spending propoalnir to the Const mmihiii eourt within the -' CntutrHoee uposTwhicb wag ....edIcIo. -..... that lie sa/Md r JradS. .awe.C .
itvtloa of the State of F\arld: *. rlai --.* (2)t.
up to the hilt caoatles ot mutsUtasNttas amy autkoriat county eoarts _it bw w.Jat.5I.tlo.bn.adbl.b ( ) DnICIIVII DA.-u.a.. Nb.wlr ........I ......
IB Tho CoaBtr J.... e...* to seam process and by vtotaoons of skew ctdinenoss bp ...... .
I amy I' ...-d by Ms IsY ..wets aW boar ....... 8111:01 ....... AJL Enrr
For Bradford County as a Of Uradfvra. County. Vlorlo. wad I by ant.. MrYd 7ti..
whole the amount of new mon- 1m Probate N. (I) Dade.rt_ '" __ ... .... w.J.r. .ldlr. .ague. .le1tIl.AD.,1m.
la He: Kettle: of John frank 1fO.I SECTION' o/eamlrest eoarts.- ._ .. esade.5. y. .....
placed Into savings during

the past fiscal year Is estimated Notice\VoJcm. Of Ueceaeed.Final Report And. sass Men ........... .... anA (a) CoUNTl.-men. eau ... a .......... wn III ai err ....((5).).IIHMB Clra....ewe.!... wr it then bw d; ST JoooIaIIIaIIaa.. sac were ssmaahco.....by..
.. .
.U..tlonI..har.l Iy, w.ll the .
at $1,253,000. This Includes To Ail wnom It May Concern: JOINT NEBOLVTONpa.ai.N ..ea ssisanarUcas -./ ._ I, eoislly be divide byhekilo .rrTrS .4. thwarts*,except tke hnr lea. vested by tab arttd. to octet *
VI. ., Iks 0taeIi_ .. ska see ot flastea,wWy wr.botliresend. ....
bank accounts, sharesin X.N Scdmilt:: given that thanes: ...wwaa. sir wWWa-.h .., e.i.o IS. I.c
savings and loan associations of .. .. Florida.ma ""*;" .PUisuant to ... ---. a .yra.t sows ........ ((4)) I. aaaMaa to the btal. of mliilim.suu.i. count ..

purchases of U.S. SavIngs Administrator J&tiate. haa of the completed above.al.l.d H aojoSMay Me tejMetsre of Me Slate of fajrfekvrej.rllnn -.- bonaaW. Ju.rdkttun III sow..lthat s ab dart shall. have aB of "T r [itlillis k.aiiillmlii lliwakiiiise Haw J.at l a.toh5roa Nth .. .

bonds and other liquid his, admlnUtratton and baa 'Ts ...e Iola...ly .........t 0.__ I, ..... VI o w .eens w5, no .be .505,5.5. Meptnte ..oudraWt sop be.od Beare by MM county Judge's court, the cosaty wet MM A JOnrr r srsa.at b ANae
ag Jn e. owl, aad teal etakns
taryed sow.U court U0
lied In Court It. Final ... by sny niaslilig our by theage. o .
this n.n.nef doe _o frt.. b bee.W ep.ed Y d ism ...... a151 t
assets. eo_ ) wbststo such eourts sstatsii. to the .d.0.
Report and Application. for .bed w ehcbrs el ibb r nqiiilliamedtatert
b s
( NUIINA or JUDOrarm.. eW .b eou.b I beds tkls artlcta become Wa..... 14. w y .eI nee.
The local estimate Is based Dlecharce. Objeotlona. It any, at the gmmal' .button ta be held..m ItTOiSection Yen.ag w w eree .. .. I .to I

on data for the country at large, t.un.should be After duly flung Bled: with 1'rout this of X. Bectsrs.-Cvety ._ si w U.id 5l.... .hob Judpr mepMtet..on.r psos-.y M.r 15)) High. eourte b MO. -ar inn. essrase b tkeerespective eoaold.buw.rmW.Mdbon J1

gathered by the Department Publication allowing that this at SMS* screen years of age sad who. has I Ia ben ( ) oIUaI8 IcrJON.-'I'Iae Judges of .i .gl.a.1 ?? ..... _tb. total raw snd hi merle. tko harkdfctkjo to etvll MM end. .a., the We pen.n.erd' -
of Commerce and other Notice has been puullehed onco psrmansnl saddest fat ass yes hi MM state cad sis; err Ina Perform such duties snd web each .Jutkstfcttoa so skal bee.mlbd Juriedlctkm and mm tieiibid by MM respective ... .the I .
agen a week for four coneecutlvoweeks eounty. If ........* ss provktad. by sow.skeil be aa slat omen by -ad CaNm/w smoa chums eourts whose Judges held iw other gab. ... prop ; ay .
des. the matter of approval _.. Itoeaaans msy ho sasne by .law lot. other boos Beta awes 51 -wdcIpaII- cry -o o'S SSi co.tT1 rlalmi amgbnoti. courts, ........... court of sxevard County eI ., paW

Surveys Indicate that the a- of the report. the ordering. of n ttel" elate who are at art itaOtiMyssra "... .."". ens try 'vrobttons of tkeb tox btisseulbsd traffic court ot HUtaborough. County, aid Justtcs of .... p... -.. l4pls writs b, eieaeo71s
contribution of the Kvtate and of sgs ta eels hi the election. of ..-.w.-. by krw except., .to MM COM of mender! counties, aa courts bsmirrtaltly' Seas thta srttcb beceene -...... sash .I by ttM ftd filth and. >eStess
mount put aside as savings by the tuml, dlscliarite of Charles such euthority shsll be err. to a magbtrate court W try Judge .betag bmltsd. to the Juriedictioo theretofore exerckwdby W t a-ovsttsg fc.j rUnB *j a 5w .

the average family Is closely U. 8t.liniltt of btarke, Florida. HP. 2 viotaUone. ot sows onUneness unbss authorised. .to tho ohartstofjjhc -eouit of wMoh b*WM|wkj*. AB JItdIeo of______ .ges.y. wee -d -
.. Administrator will come Was. .to sorer end-11III.-. b pay Sato Sr
related to its income. Among runs ot approved by vote of .MM etactots. of the tilIneatiili

those with earnings of $3,500or before. Charles; the M.Court.auimttt.: Contnonce Committee Joint Raiohitlon Na. t (d) ..... fhb. __becoon etr-.: boob; siiiililhn tor jlnsji. of Ike roll of
less, little or nothing can Charts M. achmltt.: aa Ad. A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing an amendment to the SECTION 10. AMIMO* fay L-Adduat5 .Maea. for any (iso not konfei. MilhariMd gall are a sort r of -

be saved. At the $6,000 level mlnlatrator of the Estate: oC. ConaJtullon of the state of Florida adding new Section 14 to sons .--- the. upnme court nay .be eutborised by. ant upon IwMfctfcm lo onctuoi *U pmUo. OHM d sera ol prior .1pee15er: r. .b .pa---I
John :Frank Wojclk. Article X. relating! to legal majority.Be certification of need by Uie mpremo eourt. judgMMi dial met hi dw anal wart ode tfcfc antes.wood
it is found that about 4.5 4t 1U-1 km /jutMlcUon. of UM. OBIOI tfpn wrrM .....-.... All tsoadeo .
It Keiolufd Oil LefUmlun Hit.,. riorUo JNII hobo sy Me eMe State o//1orakv
y ot : of
per cent of the net Incomeis SECTION: 11. 8psrkad..Mo .of esxatt eowts.- d >|Mfty .bU by. ooJkrdssa stoli.5 henry dull bba I

put and at $9,000 la Tae Circuit: CooM Eighth That the following amendment adding nsw sectioa 14 to __ to ilia pe.pe .ma. ef We ypopre.ad. each Teat the Struts .sniinitnint Article v of eke Mass
away, Jvdlclnl about 6.7 per cent.. The pro- Bmdrord. County. Florida. la end shill .be tubmiUed la the electors of Oat stats for ctobotI darn,, of the circuit court any be aetselMud by e.w ekelao rrtda a w0o.tha rw
portion rises rapidly as Incomes Action For Divorce ratification or rejection at the parr election: lo .be held In tenenl hw at all eounUee .herM popuhtlon si ran ot see (I) r. enalo hehr a ............ III ww o w brio peas reruw b !_ r .I o.r awwh.cmoa .
Cnee No. 8U3Wllllo 1970: Hundred Uioaand .ocorttaito. tba lent dea.rrl Dad ooeedtg. to .. Iao& darrrl .....Mrthdd
gp Into higher brackets. Mae Boykln. Plaintiff 01tor arm aMIhorlaed by.epoaIIIa general bw. each drvaaoa err r. by pnasl' ,Judge of rear pdpr'b ..... 14. load far ,carol d.hre.ed. .
veaeorve E. Boykln. JDefend Section: 14. LegdY..pdbEvery .- Jurisdiction 11 fixed by general .... exsrcksog'MM oarts r.. o..aIe d 5a.edls __ eats ... w.-a) when .dboebd seen bad ."1
r amok M w to Musa
ant. 5eo.' ot MM chmux court to tke county Y.5Mb tiler I soy
NOTICE) person shall reach heal majority upon attaining the axe .. ... &lie ..NWeww of Ne r wen
of del eI
sore wad ,
la To Clrr.l Co.rt Of Florida In The Mama Of The, State of elgliiain ((16)) yean, and thereafter shsU ha. all the rights (b) JirOOU.-There tan .be provMsd by .taw one ot sure H!" Ji Su ...1 aMrS sons o ...i'w' d r abrerd wwe dbpaa .( -
Dud .. .
I aim fat orb
eUvtskst at
Jodlelnt Clreo.lt. and Jadxes ep.rtaM.iil a dent eons
.Mh revonttbiuuee of adult
KI Ot FloridaTO aa to a 055,554 y woid.Wy.
Duvsl. ..... soy
HUssMiough, ..... d.. -
And For' Brnrtlnrd ConBtyClTll : Defendant In .tho above- who akaS Judges only of the dram mint as MM county totkeer mad tors eon
't.3 Oauatta. end. of tke takrny VVebad0oat'' en .tb0ay.a soy .(
Actloo No. 1:. tssnectrvs drtkaons sre tstsst.. Judges of spersshssdeons .
<<: styled cause Ueoraje : Boykln the M--- nil-),or .- of the Mae of
civil JIB
end cranlne court of wen < .
ekaa. be alscted. to thesr eUvsdone c rail ess County end the
tesysutiie by the
IHvIsto" Residence: Unknown. err eI mead eI ........ Well.. be smsed .by a peep of and be
PUIft. aa-d, ruse gas Mara
Sylvia Jwnetto Lyl, You Are Hereby Notified era of the sore to which air drvstoo.. are alliiatso P. ...'
House Joint ssnlirHnn. No. SIS ho. ot part of i_
end fret Mew. y
deli haw
tiff. v. Edward Everett I .
Defenda marriage between you and thePlulntlif. A JOINT RESOLUTION propoang a isekeoa of Asks V of < ) JUEJSnCTION of tko sbndsa county to which they .-. AS Judge, ot various ere .asdr ri f r Mee seMsorb
NOTICE OF SUIT Willie Mae Uoykln the State Constitution Nay to the .Jnrlktal s'ninlminl oas co* to sscb oounty, t1dadmUeDyO) r.Wo.... drvtatasa, who Meow .Judgss. ef drcutt ere Moment ta .Mua mntlnndm .. .p-..
''O: Edward Everett Lyle. order truneferlne title of automobile the government. dal hove Jurisdiction ta .hast ah\ cease wtthto MM JsxaxUctlon ., tatea as dnutt Judges ,. MM remokidet ot tsnaa -. any owe _
whose rmldont an4 address I.: to nmntltf. which la MM okcult court to that_.. with been of Olbsr'drcutt ........ AS ,Jsdgse oTth> erxvaaaftVmi. other r-

Unknown. nmrotheDefenantadcustody ft Unrobed b Ike lejasatais of Ms pats of HortK -mats eI '....... .t D.., HWhaxcxtex-.. ataagja. ha _I 1 .(..aMnd .
You Are Hereby Notified oll- ... SECTION 11. J-....,,-A Justice or Judgs shad be a etUaaa and folk' Coantars and ot the stony eon ot wa.d. eI n-eimee"), b a.uon by the full faith

that schlicdtlcuatudyIlchild, ",*upiioit of parties' adopted That the. following proposed revision of hats V ef BBS. SUM d..ab.t MM ..te"'" raid to Ins tsrrttorisl)juriodIotIoael VohutoItaeok County: end.shape number of -...? eI .... and ..l of the Suite FlrL

ony. fees. and court child has been filed apalnxt Cofunrtutton Is screed to snd shsll .be submitted ta tke electors lilt court. A .Justice of the supreme court or Judge of a cltatnct courts ot record of .. .... --.., ___ (Cbl) No nuJi bon inn be rued unless a state
attorney' filed l avalniit you. as Defendant, by Willie In of Florida for ratification ot refection. et Mm next general deo ant of sppoal at court of review of edrstobtretivo action meet Counties akag .be n.IP.H. by Ito Nest }mos of tko lit.- l by lw. a datonxhutlon ri anc.cI"
costs and has. been are required to Mao Boykin us Plaintiff Court andeauaa lion ta be. .held .at N_. 170. have. .been a mecabsr of UM.bat of Florida-far. MM preceding. teayears. court to esrvlce to shod. eSvaaoaa of the drouB cewrtktke. yrar .mla ; of U I n lt t
you above-styled > N'ulnl
Serve a copy of your writtendeitniea the and aro required to A Judge of e Wen court must ana been a am eater ofMM abort.. which they redds. Judaea huge toienns HI i Mua ot be toiwd and sll 0 by the bn ppoM*

If any. to It on A. Z..Adki. your, dCen you (Substantial rewording' of srttcta. Fee rjnaml text ass Article bet of fiortas lot tks ...-.. Ova ,.... Bach Judge of a the. of record of tsnamllls c.-. ludsss. of hrtealto exceed teventy-Ove. ((7ft) per cent ot the pledge revenue,
..... Jr.. and Robert U. Stripling the Complaint as filed thermln V.Stale Constitution.) county sort ot casttatralc --.a. memoes of the bat. court and hnmruto and dosssiUc -..- .... so'omo
Jr.. Attorney tor Plain. with tho Clerk of the Circuit of norlds unla otlMrwla. proWled .by .......ot sjiecM srw.. Judgssof cwcult courts soofof .he ...tain. .gut the Jsnalaj and (e) The stall may, locie soy of neb. faeQlUes to any local
tiff, whoee address U Ul 8.W. Court In and for Bradford ARTICLIV: rotations the ceres* to tke county to Cavernntontnl t ncy, under lueM-puchuo ofreemenU lo tuck
Third street. Oain. vlll .. *lor- County Courthouse Starke SECTION 11. Vs.rrsrlbagor..rao eaaU nil by sopotataach which. they had. end Judge, of countJttdgst* courts Who pniodt and under such. other terns and conditions .may be

Ida. and fUo the original with Florida 33391. and serve aonpy JUD1CLAIYBSCTION at vacancy .to Judkad office. JudicIal i n'nstket. oonv boor judgse ef Oeurt court then.. be ........ to the .probate mutually agroed up. The local(ovwnm.nUI jird.may

the clerk of the above styled thereof uoon Plaintiff's attorney may bo aalshllehad .by anr. and appomlaMnM. to Judi drrtaton of MM arm court to tke county to which they _. ;. the ..nu. .from utn .fidlltles o any

court on or bofuro October ..to.isiill Barton T. OuuII<,a.. ... O. 1. Carr.-lb.ledkW) power shall .be seated aa a del office may be Hmlled. nominees of sub __ AIsppotntreent. ; otherwise a Juditmentmay Drawer 1223. 103 North Main suprsms court. district eourts of appeal, circuit --. county to )Judicial nominating wen dial be. subJtct hundred thousand arrotrltng. to the tact wothe a.U.11'on! the fall folih and credit and taijnj power of nich
be .ntered *.alnit you the Street. Gainesville Florida 33601. courts magtstrsts eourts, courts estsbllshsd for IBS trial ofoff.net. ta connrmalion by the Ssnele. err sutnorissd .by general Sw. Ndpio wNOaq. lr fov..a.:tai ;.n.may be pluL'ced for the payment of
fur the .relief demanded in on nr before. October 22, --... ordinances of raunrclpslHIss or thsrtered. oounUee JItdtta. Mutt btesme au! r.-nt:'f without any 1' !!llon of freeholder electon

C\"Tt'' '.' my hand and theCoalofinthis 1819;Default and. If Judgement you fall to will do .betaken .o.a ...... If esuhlkned by .taw, s eons. of nvtaw of silssaitalis SECTION 14. aTlscnona; termas _. III wIUoIt they. _.ID)>>dta.ofMM__W .b'l'r county a ...court-to Sal Mmme fkMl .l u>. qui
live action. Administrative ombodIea be rentedquarijudklal
Court on Septem- for the relief may ( .r o hided thousand according. lo the hua dccsa- (u'( The ncU Fly air lame such bondi the of
against you
r Bitten connected with MM fuDctimM owen
power ( ) Aistlces end. "Judges shsll be. chosen by the eraetore wuhto IIIaI p.'o.
the Complaint. row en other census authorised .by general tow Judaea of .Icniun' to ,keel
In i.ioncy for
(SEAL: ) and I demanded thereafter. eald cause: r otflces, snd. thslr order shall. be reviewed. ea provided. bytaw. las tsrritonal. Jurisdiction of thef reqjeni.e courts to the came JWSBUS courts who bold.. BO othst office Mm* become ... of lion as iu.h itl.Uis; to:vmmenl aoca.operated by any ccrjiruc-of.

ll11nan Green a. Clerk of proceed ex part _" es otter stale and county ottesrs me elected ot, when "-county eourt. .to that county, end fat the remstodetoTtkeb local tovoroiotjual affoncin. inaU beg ir.w.-ul si ol not
said 1 Court hand and sealnf provided .by general "'". .to. nnnnsrtissn etactlone; tenxc. they Well rscsrvs a atop sot has men recetved. Sel.
>v unc my they es mare than of one
annum the
ily Dculah M. Moody A. raid Court tills IS day of SECTION S. AeYntoaaslhMi" ; prsenai cad arocedufe.Thesupreme method of enaction of Judges of MM eourt of review cTsdmlnls.tratlve __" Liu ontl pr. per c.nr Cun

JJeputy Clerk II.U n 1D.ii September. A.D. 197V at Stark. court shall adopt rules governing: action racy .be .prescribed. by .taw. aweur WaS .bsor J-g.or -coat ofie ofAhabS nesNb bj, e.ur.d p+.l"by i. of pfedjcd lUte bna.punuant. and may:&. scion additionally lhall
a Jud.ot ilia .
Florida. ) the edmlnktrsnve. of afl eourteoMabsehsd orb wee of AIItaII. County: tMUica tty the full faith, and credit of the. local
SEAL) (a Mrjcrvaaon court except (b) The. terms of all Justices of the ussroe court. linOsii of "".Imnlalu
( Inman D. Oreen for the trial of offenses ..nth. ordmaness of raunld- .djsWctCOUriS. ,f .- .Juo..,.. ?, u,. sots{ cf\WVi.V Of o.(N) JuNrr of ilia _.JtIIIaoa of w d dtlm.meadr.5. : ;.l
EZERASE TYPEWRITER A. Clerk. of the Circuit Court.In pasties or, chartered counU ; action sod scum j Judges ska) .be fat dx ,.... 1IIiItboro.aasrw.M. .. sort 01 .anea.... InffIa eons eI (C.) The total ouutandlng principal of at bond liiuod purtuui -
and for Bradford County. The terms of Judges. of county courts. .. shell ..... Cosoty. d the JtIIIaoa o emnd. Stir outs was : to this Mction 14 shall never exceed fifty ((50)) cent of
Mlmeo Bond (b) the of end. no oth.r omae. Well Swop pjr
Paper aralgnmsnt Jiutleei etcrudtag conemttogretired .
PAPER be UraTvTrstfaerof 5d. o
Florida> d prescribed by Nee lew. The MMs sod ... .sects era,. the tax revenues of the Male for the two precedlni dual
Paper. Notebook Fillers. By Beulah M. Moody, hietices snd Jung... to taia|> .kt say courts prsssseourt. end Judses of MM dartrict ask of appeal. dull daiel r b. ben w. aanIW of M Neu. ..41W_ eons y.r .1
A. Deputy to 5ppope_me. _.. tdoW.- hr tenon balbari. ...-* .. .
Bradford Colt Telerrapb.; Clerk9 S-.It U 10.lS (Cc) practice and procedure. .hi all eourts, bMhsUog the thne (Is) Un&iI oh.wbe
for l review I SECTION IS. -'ad by aab cbrtr or y 5sS"* of
eressig sppeUato ; Dk.pll..fawn/.rrt-( tIoe ........ pem-t 10 S.. .... dial .b. a snot .mad

--- --- ---- --- fa a been .r 555 ye-u. III each '
(d) the .locsUons for holding court;and (s) There aWO. .. .be a JisnctaJ qiietllVallnns ewWerr i --. e.drnr, eons masse
-.oq of
pond or: drpb a "'*""
is. d.
(.) the transfer of soy matter lo tks proper. court. when the Ioefaro ilia ea sctNe of__.

GAINESVILLEBusiness Jurisdiction of s court .has been hnptovkrenlly Invoked. (1) two Judges .t.district courts of repeal sppamtsd. by tke (I) when. no -"loa W .ban -.de far w Jud.- of esy ID.5

Judges of thoss court end. two Judges of arm mink ep.potokrd ew sboatd y. men .tiler. sub JuIIIe i.5 b.oen. S jotdp
SECTION 8. ChvAtencs.a / .- .by the Judges af those courts snd. wbsa by. eI w eons III wbIdI .b ,wee a. pear pas of ilia ,.........
I .."- not sow tan two Judgs. ot the court ofiortZ ..ted. ern 0' .5. p...iSou cowl f. he ankdr eI OS k.a _. .r House Joint RetohiMon Mo.7M
( ) The.. chief Justice of the mist court shsll. .. .he It... ntafadminhttallve .. .........._ .eson approid. y. the JtIIIaoa of that comma.w tba .ant .he baoma a r.euk lay.. fen w. -*"'-. o s
officer of tho tudlctal .-. j'_ St S ramqy 00151 app In...d y 01_eo..ts -apbbtg. wtu. w tame or oat,circuit.Judea. A I RExOLUTION __ I

DirectoryAUTO ddens .r a sops_ ..... .ppo..s.y .... Jotdirae oImbb.is (n maAL LOCAL AmISSW the. ( p g -
((10)) At the .begmalng of each regular asmton of tke ...-.. poubor dial PRGV181OH8.-'ne foUowhr p.bl for only .
appiJ' to tba --
the chief .Jaw dun .by mimsgs Inform II of tke eondnloa of epawdbr. r.rtirot delgrta sows d .mew polo 100 -privste use of
the Judicial: imtnl ,.. d atama.nd .raw far Ibo bpwa ( ) __ bean l-si. --. bode _.to ilia

of toe t a.tre or.-. = o Mr. of th:wdr..yd .,pdmenS d y ((1) rr .-- of IIaIa ate with w.......... of_ I o

SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES eg body o w o PlouNe .r- '. Abrb-e dowdy dial. .be oondad r ....... pquimi.. pW ) of tae Issk of rtorita:
SECTION cos ts "I.
I 4. oVaveme Court.a .- : gees. of handed. tha.nnd' ale m. des lHOI "
O) Ibtee electors who have netted s> Iks dots tot Res years fe.r..a.aa ..:. ,.. The the f tsarof Sscttoa 11 of

( > OROANIZATfON.-The eupnwo ass. oIleD rrnilil ol d ..-. err held Judicial office ot been nuaibert of SW.hat, ( ) lneSsTSSssa.3iss 1.r.bb, Arttch X of 0 of riorida b) ssr..rl to end shol .benibsntted
BRASINGTONCADILLAC Johnson & Fans Inc. as[ Judie.. one of whom shall.. .be err dnef Justios by Ins. appoailed .by Ike. Crab am oWawr..olda. y b.. to the ,she den for tstinasUon or rejeetloa
ambers of the court. Five Jiisllnes shall constitute a......... at Ike jMisml shictlon to bo bald to Noveeabet, 1(70:

The.. concurrence orfa.be-r.. s deeuton.b (b) The. mtmbers of the )Judicial rnmMlnsnoas. linismlsSnsshall bty hooV-Tbe' tHIs to bunts unaet nsei-

OLDSMOBILE SEEDS PLANTS sens apptopristsly staggered. terms sot loagor Mass ate ..1. .... _of see elate,... have not
SALES SERVICE: fa.eeticldeePet SuppliesFERI7LIZERS ( ) JUR180ICTION.-Tko acme eourt: yes fixed by .law. No mimtw of tke oaasabstaa eked bold Z.SZ.'gg.d a. Mfan ilia dues. .-. buts below mien hap .1
j cmoe In W-
s political party rapt es provided hereto. .
Fin Selects .f Vied Can ((1)) ?".* ** W'1' _" *"1 hasjmsnta of trial courts The eoaualadon shall.. elect one of n. sstadrera aaMio 4107 Yw--..of Weeacutasooaw. -..... ........ had ethla by. MM sane,by etttns at He-." and leads esty ..
haposmg MM desUl snd aril
Taken 0. Cadlllao Trades penalty from orders af trial courts end -D. .... diy ... die
ark so but when
Me only as
We Rent Fertilizer Spread! *!* decisions of dtatnct. eourts ef appeal stitkuiy end. dtrecUy peering. all __1. h" the eap.em.i
saw .
2001 N.W. Jib Ph. 378-S3 on MM validity of a atale statute or a federal statute (( ) The du_ .edon ..... d pak.msolea' P-kne biaanst.rawer sat of esc* had anry ae
224 N.W. 8th Ph. 378-0478 at treaty, supreme eourt shall sdoot t.. ...proe..dtsp fa 1'01II .. rbY Of w ajw. sot ._ tW ssaJte
ot eeastnihsj. e provhsn ef the state ot federal ___. of the commlmtoB. the. Riling of ,. .*e.7b7 w: __..... 00.55 eI.t ......, 11II11I Ot.iw pw'W a., b'. o .e
authoritiec end the temporary. nptac.si.nl of ...( ot the sorb 01.. ___ smirk d ,'_ drake .
GLASS ((2) May review by cerlMrsrl soy ....... of a ,district. court. 1 In-r ,1'11ed m.binJ.dpMnrd Sfoil olnammlsdoB torIbed -.b.. _

Barkley Motors Inc. of sppeal Must streets a ctam of oanetlUssosel at offlosrs. OIl' jueIIae 0' I. p.-5 .. ....
that ssssas upon a quotUoa certified .by the. ossMst. rut of ntatkuj thereto shall .be amde pub.s. 41 ((4)) No ......... court akal be nlillldiiil by Mu.artachi tosny
p_ tobV1' fart ".**.. .fctsjvat, at that to hi direct conflict county to which ksm.rti.taly\ heron MM mane date of

LIDDELL with a rlifiilnn of soothe district court. of annul at of wasps (d) Upon reconurundation. of tke Judicial 'tuallfloatiau ??. this srUds tame was no Justice of the peace court, anew.

TOYOTAI court on the SUM question of sow.dry bsue write rnkxeon.concurred .to by two .tturds. of Us --,,MM ss.ii inn court. et msaS chums court whom ,Judge holds no other office. 110.6
c< prohibition' to courts end ecmmlnxons to csums wrMua tke court soy order that any Justice of the apse sort,.....eI except a -....... court shag .bs istatsshig. rtosum County

4 wheel drive and I Glass Company Jurkdtcttoo. .. of MM eupresM court. to review, end sS writs nocsssery strict court of spp| '.iwm.ot Iho court of maw or ermunav open the oBectrve date hereof.ta faro Joint
ears I to MM compute exetdet of Ms jurtad_. haw action Jude of a circuit court end.. when. teeitsed by ( ) UMrrao OMBATION or SOME FSOVISIONS.- ..11 No. 1H

Sales Parts Service .taw say ,...... of e county .... r el. A fOUrt aLUTIO propoe ( an amandmont to the
Clean Used Toyotas' I "Glass For Every Pnrpo" (7)) When provided by .sow shall .host appesb tree final may be dtacipsaed by private. rcprtraandT: ismovedftoaT office; (1)) The.. qimlnnsHnns. tot appobitessnt at .Ii r tins to JudktalofBos 1 : agora 1Mb)of Article IU; ..
/Judpnenta and order of trial courts Imposing ten saBrtaenmsnt with tsrminauon of camp __.. ten trIIIfuI en pee5rrl fad.en mud by action IS Mw apply to MM future etaauoa far 'year tense for momben the House .,
1700 N. Main 378-1268 Store Pronts-ldtrron or entered .ra .ptoceedlnga for the validation af heads ce ssrtrflcstss lo perform .his. dirUss at tot other emisvMt imssmmlng eseabe of pew to .Judlrtal. ofBoes .held. by then hata.itltliij I aftsr o _
Tub En.closU1"o8-.Bhowere of hieVdrtednem. end ssus write of eerUsrarl to the court 1IaIa awls Iewa.mon.
ilia pdrby Sroka dy mad fog B II JteeanpeaT
dl.hlahliSnbay Me
soy ay IsenaKsrt of me Slate of Florkl-
of of
Furniture Tops Glass Replaced review administrative acttoa snd m.ml.ls..gauche .SM .:. ..... w par/sr..sce of ... dew (I) ... JasMos at ,Judgs baldast amen hssi.illeuly\ aflat then
officer by taw and writs cf msndssaus end quo warrsnta to mats d a. mud ___ Wale who .... Jsatkaal ofBco on Juno 10. ".*? ""owtae; sminiaaisl to arUeo. 15(6)( )af Article I
VARHEYL and state agencies. IteT.aksS bo subjsct to itskiaaiulto boss Jadhaal ofllat .pursa of Oonmnutloa b .be submitted
(5)) A JueUoec. Judge did not sow _-.... the o UMOkieton of tlorida tot nLLdM/bnene
(4)) TW.. ooat yen rectioo 11s( ). MtbelMxt
a soy Jaws ..... ofat
r-! rr r rvsnly years except to compart. terra half. et which ha baa n
'baSw open atwrbls been xenetal 10.bo .bald In November
Lincoln the
Mercury I NEW LOCATION eat or .prat eons say Jus. awe ot upon tssnimmy aalptnetn (I) Except es provided. to sactloas 1. .(.), I. 5.l( 04.( ) dSI. 1111
1228 So. Main Gainesville icull pdhISict tope soy ,2401 -.." or aV this web del not apply to courts having. Jurkdictkm fortke Melton 11. .d 'tu 0' bWeota.-
( The power of imacial mooed by Nus ...... ska! he trial of oOaama ...... cedtosaess muniikjilk-lii
ot (5)( ) MTUSBtrTATIVES.
2201 N. Main Gainesville 372-8191: 1102 eurbtM to MM power of hapeocruBeot. end to tke pawct ofsuystkScn saw Members of the. bouts of repre-
I SECTION' S. D4Md.ud.. 0'.,.*!.- by the governor end tsssoval .by MMJadgss eats r to Si! .fi .be orated ".* err M tar Tkeee Soon

372-4251 ol county court snd.... .of ___--. (14) The. oeurt Nand by AlduS VB1. sew *(e) end. ---11I-.101I. ore
(s) AJTELLAn WSTUCTg.-TW ra y. h. iu b.F '<( Home MEN'S WEARSTAG'N sided. .tato not races Mum four i.....- __eC w en.b 'fl>>> fc-.- r pep. -... a.. office..! be subject. ta by ska awls rapt es sio..lii< hi section. 1. Kc)) 3, ... ot which ere so* eaulUplas 1 four.

Of I -__. .. ... ... __ __ dbclpane sa en attorney for .prohsSonsI mtamoduct price ta. at mid 11. i.teTL. r ilia .a _
.4 alonoodnur eI not ra tlr ..... .).dgoa n-a during hs tenure to efftae. '1.
JtIIIaoa dal.. eoeddd sorb w. w soson. /_ io (I) Nnisllhrtmiiltig the piijiMuiii W sscMoa ".), aad. .11'I 7t maim we.J been.Ito. .
Mercury-Confar...Continental DRAG carry b a_ SECTION 14. rroMotted/ _ta> court. ,Judges of district eourte of peal .Judges. of MM court s* _.." prior to tko adoptkra. of thai Tar sksR
Mart -Enirtah Ford I I. ((5)) JUII lCTIOtt- review of admin Mnttve actions snd fudaos of dreuH ruts akeS. ends-eb eona.Y a Jamokt.mdb.

Cleanest TJaed Oar AvaXUabte Griffin Suits devote i full 'tw a the Je5ktsl disk., They 6111 not.pr ( NUktaaa OF oIUDOa.-< I,I Arrow Shirts Flonkclsa Seisx (1) Ossrlct courts of Aped shall have kabdkilna ben tke ptsetlos of .sow ot sold office to son political party aualksr .Jsdgse. of tke WoeS court to each drcurl skal be tkat 7

Formal Rentals spomk, which may be. au. __ oft tsjatTersi. Bael uhlbwbr wnb seeped. to Judaas. of act mete they. be anal u peed by. section '(.), hlias..iil by tke aeaabor opep

Beauty Academy I IrCWELL'S I.I kjdfmsnls ot orders ef trtal seurta. htetudsxt thaw sneeraiea prrbrd .by b.. .. i of otber eourts .>..i n iimilng cbeuat ........ by. eparsMoa ofeh Soon Joint
Ladles Sportswear review of silaaliilsliellis setroa. net dtorp pp bte w the _. ... one .itillllinil Judge, to the earesM to wbask toCouaty o_Ne 11
a awe mint The, _- tseeeasa. SECTION IT. JMMSI mbrsji.-.Jssllrss af MM. sPSa court 5.ad Dual : end. cos aaVtainnal. Jsdgs. to tks awe toi A
W. ...* peer of dbtrlrt courts af -. MM eourt of review efecsBiahraretive IN.U .mend..l.Imoe I
I I2 I soda .so w -.so w sitsel pnlNd III .she adeptd y .bib b bead w Wes np1.Ln p._ _
and GAINESVILLE MALL w .mp.so wt ectron end chvult courts skefl. be oamoansetsd by t _
msstas fixed. by general" taw which shell.. not beduring
MOBILE HOMES ((2)) TIler it.. bw ilia of.Short review MM terms for which they have been elected at___... taw .ot gas ssssamtksm. ill ill us ef >.islin.i and. Judge.. to .. periods. to ((10)) yean (atwho. apWe r psk .sent
Bea .y Academy r n, be pesswlbad sowst by. ant.g of edatsrwa arm ss a pert of e general reduction of atob ...|.".... aaaTrxaeaTaTstxi ysjaaataxt taxM fact aMCaat eatW exaWy paTvsTVxcsml then xaxW taTcTaTclof .aslhorxud by eoe. of electors who en ownenTol
I I muses freeholds
uniformly to si satarbd omen of MM state. No etresM jeep each Jadlctal office bashuung. Beat sftst the On tscb MscttanU sot way -
shag .be .add.. W to o tar Or r.T.n ........ -
.. pen
MUSIC A and ict a salary equal to or par Must MM to, paid .
( >
seal of .
Learn a Profession In TourSpare of him sp.l. so say pep Mrsreef may asm) Judgm of dtatrlct courts ofpp.i not shall any Judgs W a .It err ay .... t ajwiirsn of On state of HOTUK

Time. Full or Part Time I i IM.of hers districti court of epa be pafcTimtary equal. to ot. paw than (j) NOIUUOICIAL DUTIES or COVNTT JUDO.Umedawbi .
SisAy &SSS in_I by S.. tee esejsslital. dutlss j....| ef tIoe a to a eI Armck eI
sots el _l rotary .pmd.. ta MM Justices af tke aupr.sm court,. iiagii of v
219 N.W. 10th 378-2766 .
... seedy courts and eiigliliili. eourte shea bs reap-e5| byeUanss .r ....... by tks Jud ss ef Ihesounty 5C. .. seal 10 .. .-
wee quo snd oakst wtMe .
mew ta N.4em es des .
ehr -.11I. vm SR.Uae en
S.bd. a
Oied by srw, end sbo .bs raiasnsnmlid foe
ef lie .. tsdksZsof gay aniijuih .
jIII1ooIIctIoa.To .It .. S election be held at Novambsr .
I BALDWIN del esrvtom en --- eM they /enbe aderd y es
ss provided" by taw. It
ELECTRIC MOTORSELECTRIC all aauea. at a Celia property before m,e eararMcaertWeTvsal l mks .bon tiler eery to ........ ydes
Bttyiuardes any of the imiiblt. kmemmiua W See escest .-. SECTION Local tts.e .-
"= coma Orsnd>rtM.s -

I."NST.MUSK" (.) COUNTY acjcrtoas rrotacimNa ATTOR-
SECTION. cots .,mb..f.dd.renb..tlas.rlame. ( ) Tks.. _pooI&Ien. amglh sTai of asmdt end numbst af grant NKTg.-Uukl sgtaisbs sssrhlsd by ere they sogiibns at ( ) c_.,. be -by. surSpWb tow to ..ad..
be krw festlKoaa IstaatJI. ) BJBJ path 1 TjT pad oxaW. sTVaT .sTMsTJJ MsfnOSJIjaTL dug sitirissie. when then error exist arey -
amy afYy e sow of ssvhrw of .deanrlw by to .Wa..5
... ..... = eery by gsssrsl" taw
Motor Co. action euartiumd of sot lam them Mum "..... n skoa ..... raw amy be minsalily rssaSftad set tke bees of .. .ro. 5-...- w sow o ar wttbto vkc d_ of" h..the to.-. I Ii
Repair ---.. .saTsalsUCvxvfHI e> heat Tr.."i bets W adeYMMb the e.pe.elw _dbtp pry to w dL W ai.. d. y _. .
assag r ..,. bews..d y. N. ".. .......dal eae5d. encased,. ?* I"T ear .*" omMMd_ ""* OM>' ."". Mars -. no .mw eI ....... aa.ae w _yray' .., 111-
sea w. d es _.......... eC M 540 to raw, o ,-. .-... ........ ... .. --. III pIn ( ) s of 5r. ben w
a 0abJMyJe.] Zoe. O'Y1D. shopping Ctr. 372-5U etoeWon. TW kjdase of the art aVU be esbjsct.. ss rparb.raw. ...... a o.... icon.. then....... (eI M... dos purer __
((5)) The poaabye.1 pro I,Juries.... .be eguSW. lip ...... < )) no* ansjsr stam Sea
pena (IfIdewpmaed
Repairing RewindingNew aped. y .... ) POPULATION aIANOU.--.a.. ...... of e..qr emit yes t W n.f a.r
and Used III o so-l wIUoIt _....-. .. eon of w a-.. ay Neer sosulturtsH ,.is
SECTION. Cart0 soasaa Orr walls... w- ..aWe. r ode by vote of tkeXV so w swoon w(
N. Uth P! S7S-8318 MOVERS ( ) ..a. s M.ionibli toddsnt lo e report ef He 155a er b..bclr other .
2811 W. I I SS.qSS.. ... and of Naw1 by prNl M,- .d attar tkto erttcls I Ie w Soon ab5. *. to
( ) oI11DI 1AL aacurrs.-TIoe sow y M wl ... ...... -_aseouary' _erne pwbaa proparty and ssda2r den Judge of tke etrcua sort to skat spumyof 5555 .r wen of w aaagr yen w wen

Into .Judkrl --. sorb .e.pa..d o w rib wtlry.w >put... ofncsn* .ptde. ___ en w srtcemsnco tyshag Wduatas smhs so w ansrde a tarsi eaxcrtog.. with MM tens of ..i5beu of mil .ate end. ..-. .._

Farm and Industrial __ e .tsui.r a pp..- of .N ar then enspm p.i_.. than 5 rar-I grendj] __. wbrb b a 5rp. d W be ......... y We d ....... of .... S. (COt _; ..s ((10)
Lone Distance Mortal __ __ by to &lie darrn Wwrp4 err sxeaastery ef cay .pen cwt r Nan III'.peoples.. g.....d dutos eC mills; So, 1. I gee
Equipment 0l0. w Cwb: eC pmsun.SECTION w a.r ern r -.. ..... NYts a .s mdaad.d -sots o w
Storage Puking _gall aae.tltt.be w o w_ w
1*. Mset anormrye.jdkitsl ab.dt s MMeattorney (m) CIBRKS: OF' COUmTS.-After Mas ores..i dees of thai = .
Crating Shlpnkia: Ib) CIRCUIT COURTS.-'Tbara skal W evevM thai bs stack ten a era as tout years to ,afar -acts,sbrba of emits eknl soaatoasta ssres. paOswetsen .eth. .. = ..
a ooart hty .. ., .
Fe Tractor .pr.su lead by taw. State rw.ry. eksM assweet sudksiasrisrol r r.rpr
Santa Estimate CallHILL'S b
Free way. Wet state snutaeys ss may be iiiMnil.id by taw.bs (It.iaapI r baerrr pt.rWd, w err o r ek.aa .
Tb1 _of saw Saes ys d. gadsrent die_ wdal eat A wild to III sorb III thew apa..iw
C.) aacurr oIUDOaa.--n- i.S b N het ens .bar fug TtSTDtOST HHaRSOr. Z havo hereunto
FORD pia r .b aft t5awrd bthtt/bats _jar anir by arrival taw.
Farm Tractors Implements I wmf ts. era else -.. r ilia rd dsarl.ewt (2) Ia saw .an. a ,_mttiimim sot at eaosm ef one sot oy hand and affixed the Ox-oat goal

Van Service Inc. ems s..r amat.d .. law. Soak USED: XQUZFUENT8ALX8 : Jape M 1M gam st sank wens hi tke streets, oases* path court sksll save exclusive jMtaakthrn es reautale. .hi eachmisssr wMl.l y. pal ....M tubs of w t Cp1ta. thl. day of August.SSAt.
PART .SERVICE: > I I a a5rwb paW The asunty of issMeasa of esbruS snd .Muvoxh. mm* sxewdes ss pprr.A55 aid asrske i-aa.l y Sd d.5 A. w 11Iof ben.elasb .. t20
3540 N.E. WaWo R4. G'rllJo peep. ., rr b sae by sow, bA Y sat Isdr..d wi" the mtmmmmm. ot prevane to the of the -- WI oW_ dw the awi den sow..usher A
4488 N. W. 6th 578-2348 I ----I.em.. skiclpone of nteuns sdmlu>.d.HKCTHJN eC wen ban em err eI w .ot.b III the a.pwiw
GAINESVILLE. FLA. 172-4271 ........55. m..n .k .rag w then tiler o -... brEorb ( .) TON ADAMS
II. rnsl ay Amy: Berry 4rp of ....... of 5 how tko saeeUvs dens e
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Keystone i


Please: Call 473-3288: or 473-4182 I

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/ s The annual Open House of bridal shower for Mrs.

6, t.Y the Woman's Club of Keystone Steve Shavce the former Kathy -

Heights will be held Sunday McGlave, was given on Wed

Sept. 27. from 3 to 5 p.m. nesday evening, Sept. 16, b>

( at the Club house.Hostesses Mrs. L.E. Harris, Mrs. Jennings CLAY COUNTY CRESCENT PHOTO

: Mrs.Kenneth Lig- Murrhee and Mrs. E.T.
j Mrs. Ralphand Grlffln Mrs. Martin, at the home of the KEYSTONE HEIGHTS INDIANS: Steve II Ptil1- Jim Mc*) nl.l. AlvIn Cu--.ry, Steven Thrift Mike

Lyle Mrs. R.L., latter. Approximately guests stall, Rick Wheeler, Bobby humor, Paul 1>ino, Packard, Jim Leukel, Mike Schultzr Rob Dazey,

33IIq Bridges.The enjoyed the games conductedby Butch Bleasdale, Jack Funderbur':. 1:... U otz-: Mike Grace, and Liston Pickren. Also picturedare

Woman's Club will sponsor Miss Patti McGlave and .man, Jay Ellis, Ron Strickland Ricky Parses

a salad luncheon and card the refreshments which were Mike O'Brien, Larry Knepper Mike Prinkle, Bryan Managers Kevin Packard and Ronald Pack-

party; on Tuesday Sept Please served from a lovely candlelit Stanley.Stev. Byrd. Wesley Brewer, Ricky DAVIS, ard; Coaches Charles Newlon and Roy Bayless.
12 noon,at the clubhouse. table. Serving from the silver

make reservations for tables., punch bowl were the three ..,
Phone Mrs. John Bird 34709or hostesses. The honoree and her

Mrs. Henry Schuber 33067. mother Mrs. C.J. McGlave ScholarshipsTo
PTA Indians Blinded
Melrose Flashes
Admission will be $1.25 plus were presented with beautiful By ;

.05 tax. Hostesses: Mrs. John corsages of hurricane lilies Meet Sept. 28 ExaminationsIn

Bird, Mrs. F.M. Smith, Mrs. made by Mrs. Miller Wrin-

D.Morgan.Maples and Mrs. Norma kle. Melrose Elementary Clay CountyThe Lose 6-0 In Cliff-Hanger FridayThe

HERE N' THERE School PTA The 1970 state Scholarship
will meet Monday.
ST .WILLIAM'S William's welcomed their Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Sept. 28, at the school. Teachers Examination will be offered ot fighting Indians of Key- dlans stopped on St. Joe's 20,
Father Maurice Im- Slmeral for swimming a will be Introduced and plans Tuesday, Oct. 13, at CIA] y Htgl stone High kept fans in- suspense Keystone found themselves witha
new pastor weekend
The mass picnic over the were for the coming year discussed School In Green Cove Brings right down to the final first and goal after a par-
koff Sunday. new of
on Mrs. Al Bryant
Mr. and at this and at Orange Park Sel\lorUlgh with last minute blocked with less
schedule until end of October and Mr. and Mrs. get-acquainted meeting.A gun a scoring tially punt

will be: Sat. Mass 5:30 p.m., Gainesville Pierce of Jacksonville. reception will be held for School, Orange Park.EaChyear threat, but could not over- than 10 seconds In the game.
N Sunday Masses 8:30 and 10:30 William the teachers In the cafeteria Florida makes available funds come a 6-0 deficit, as they lost Quarterback Bobby Hurner rana
: and Mrs. David Nelson
Masses Mondayand Col. after the meeting. All parentsof for scholarship loans to assist their season opener to a determined quarterback sneak with 3 seconds -
a.m. Weekday : for the
( 8:30 Wednesday will be In Keystone students are urged to attend. students in preparing them- team of Flashes fromSt. remaining, only to fall
Friday a.m. their
: with
weekend along .selves to enter the nursing or Joseph's Academy.Both short on the one yard line
7 customary.
evening p.m. as Richard H. Crowellof
ter, Mrs. teaching professions. These teams were plagued with as the final seconds ticked off
The Altar Society; of St. WIIl1am's N.H. They will be
loans are awarded applicants bad breaks the in this
at the homeof throughout entire heart-breaking defeat.
met Tuesday 9
Sale from
Nancy Lee Hingsbury Becomes Bride Mrs. Anthony Danis In Mel- having a Garage have movedto and Melrose are so high that making the best showing on game. As Head Coach Roy Baylesstold
till 2 they
I Due to the Church Hall as older people are deprived of the competitive examf \ don. This can be evidenced from me, the boys really put
rose. Manor In Mandarin.Mr.
Of Mr. Williams in Community ChurchMiss being used by students of Keystone Wesley and'Mrs. Lester Kaslnof the essential need of a phone. The loans range In value from the fact that the only touchdownof up a good battle despite many
School future meetings week- Locally, housing did not con- $300 to $1.500 per year. the game was scored because bad breaks. The defeat was

will be held members homes. Daytona Beach were and Mrs. cern the group nor education, Interested high school seniors of a fumbled punt. St. certainly disappointing but this
of Mr.
meetIng end guests but the physical needs and a high school graduates and Joe's Al Crutchfield tallied the game was good experience for
of the next
The hostess -
Nancy Lee KIngsbury, dresses of blue dotted Swiss, will be announced later. Ed Dwyer of Clover Lane. place In the community; for the college students should Contact, score when he fell on the ball us, and we'll be ready for 'em
of Mr. and Mrs. JohnW. and Mrs. Charles C.
daughter styled the same as that of the Capt. of
Church Seniors for recreation, etc.are the guidance which had been fumbled In Keystone' next time.
KIngsbury, of Keystone honor attendant, and their flowers Bingo Is played the Wilhelm, the former Carolyn most essential to their well the two schools. Information is end-zone with 6:35 left The Indians travel to St. Au-

Heights, and Earnest Eugene and headpieces were also Hall every Frldayevening.Playbegins Henderson, and children, also available at the school administration -
being.In In the 3rd period, but the T.D. gustine, where they will face
at 7:30
Williams Jr. of Mr. and promptly pun. Charles and Kathryn, were recent -
the same. Tele- building In Green
the Bradford County; was nullifed because of a pen- the Florida School for the Deaf
Mrs. Earnest Eugene Williams, Wyvis Hunt was best man, MELROSE LODGE visitors of Mrs.Wllhelm'sparents graph of Sept. 10, Mr. Matthews Cove Springs. alty.; and Blind this Friday night.
Sr., of Gainesville, exchanged and ushers were Jimmy Mc- Mr. and Mrs. J.D. editor and
owner, gavea In the fourth quarter, Key-
A Roast Beef Dinner will be .r-
wedding vows on Saturday,Sept. Bob Williams Henderson. They were enrouteto
Murtry, Ray and complete report of the 16
stone moved to the Flashes'
12, at 7 p.m. in the Community; brothers of the groom, and held on October 2. 6:30 pjn. their new home In Miami points presented by Mr. Ker- In the Times Union from Wash- 30, executed a fake field-goal
at the Masonic Lodge In Keystone -
Church of Keystone Heights. where Capt. Wilhelm will be 9
Mike Zlke. rigan. There are thousands of Ing, D.C. of Sept. states attempt, only to fall to gaina
Officiating at the double ring After the ceremony a reception The dinner meeting a resident at Miami General senior citizens who are unableto that the"Departmentof}' sng first-down. After
ceremony was Rev. Stewart was held in the Masonic being sponsored Jointly by Hospital. They are moving from attend these forums, but they and Urban Development announced able to cash In on RUBBER
a sccrln
McCord pastor of the church. rose Lodge No. 89 F. & A.M. Okla. where they were
Hall, where the bride's table AIm can and must exercise their a series of grants, opportunity which found the In-
Two arrangements of yellow held a three-tiered wedding and Keystone Heights ChapterNo. stationed at the SAC-MAC Air rights and express their needs loans and fund reservation" ;

daisies and yellow gladioli were cake surrounded by yellow dais- 279 OES. The Lodge Is Base. Capt. Wilhelm was pre- by having someone A total of $160,257 was allot

used on the church flower ped- ies and greenery,and embossedwith furnishing roast beef, potatoesand sented with an Award of Merit write to ;your local legislators.As ted to Green Cove for ,* Center Sept. 30 at 6:30 in the educational

estals, and an arrangement of yellow roses on each lay- cole slaw. The ladles of for his outstanding work with to the affluent senior citizens The Center mentioned was building with Mrs.
the same flowers and The table the Eastern Star will bringa the boys and the hospital at the Centeron sunupsMade
green- er down the front. who have all the com- the Dunbar Community Turknett's and Mrs. Vance's
were intermingled in the book and covered dish, vegetable or Air Base. He Is the first doc- Middle-t
ery also held the guest forts and means of enjoying a the site bounded by circles as hostesses. Mrs.

candles of the arch candela- bride's candle, with lilies of dessert. Drinks will be pro- tor to be given this outstandIng full life, please take heed and burg, Forbes, Lemon and Poll.> Ralph Nail, church organist,

bra. Fern balls were used beside the valley. Flower arrange- vided. award. help your less fortunate neigh- The estimated distance from is in charge of a musical pro-

the altar, which was flanked ments on marble pedestals R.W. Wilbur W. Masters,Jr., bor, many of whom are housebound Keystone Is about 25 miles. gram. This is a covered dish

on either side by a tree can- stood at each side of the ta- Deputy; Grand Master, Grand Congratulations to Mr. and alone and feeling friend Here again Clay County seems supper. to Order
F. & A.M. of
delabra holding nine candles.An Lodge Florida Mrs. Veazy Walker on the birth less. NOW IS THE TIME TO to have Ignored the Keystone The Executive Board of the
arch candelabra, with fifteen Linda Love, of Gaines- will be the speaker. The Film: of a daughter, Victoria Elizabeth ACTI area. Churchwomen will meet at 1

white candles, was used ville, greeted guests at the shown"Summer. following of Decision"the will Deputy be on Wednesday, Sept. 16 Bradford County; Senior CItIzens President Hanson anointed p.m., Sept. 28, in the educa- .Highest Quality

behind the organ. door. Misses Jackie Caillouetand ; at Alachua General Hospital. Club met at 1 p.m on the following Nominating Com- tional building.

Nuptial music and the traditional Helen Mooneyham cut the Grand Master's message. An- Mr. and Mrs. N.W. Harden- September 8 In the Recreation mittee: Chairman, Mra. Martha A RummanRe Sale will be Reasonable Prices
Hallman Is
sel P. Worshipful
wedding marches were cake, and Misses Nancy and bergh took their daughter Dot- Hall President Kerrigan brief Beam, with Mrs. Marian held Oct. 8, '9, 10 with Intake
the Melrose!
played by Mrs. William Nail, Laurie Beam served punch. ful of tie, to Tampa on Sunday when ly discussed the morning Forum Batchelder and Mrs, Ruth day on Oct. 7, Mrs.. Don Wal- Phone 964-6305

church organist. All decorating and catering Lodge.- she will attend college. and each member was given a Malmgren as ..ssl. u\t8. AS lace Is general chairman and

A formal white satin gown was done by the Eastern $tar BOWLING LEAGUEThe Friends of Mrs. Ray Becker copy of his 16 point resolution. per the Fellowship Constitution will be assisted! by two members 'Bradford County

styled on empire lines was Chapter of Keystone Heights. Florida Tra- will be Interested to know she Three new prospective mem- this committee will contact of each circle. Place:

chosen by the bride, who was Following a wedding trip to Northeast Is In a cast allowing a knee bers attended the meeting, who and secure acceptance, Walker building, next to real TELEGRAPHKEYSTONE

given In marriage by her father Daytona Beach the couple will vel League opened the seasonon Injury.A learned of the Club through at- of officer-candidates for President estate office.
13 LanesIn
Gathered French lace and reside Lake Geneva Keystone September at Major Vice-President, Secretary -
at Ocala. The local team De- tending the Fourm. They were There will be a Tupperwarebooth
\cnlse lace trimmed the bodice Heights. Duplicate Bridge Club Mr. and Mrs. Bill and Hazel and Treasurer. A second at the Nov. 6 Bazaar,
Witt C. Jones took three
and edge of the skirt, and edgedthe The bride is a graduate of from the points Jet has new been started In Melrose Richards and Mrs Lucy Tucker. Vice President has bees verbally but Chairman Marguerite lIen-
ring collar. The dress also Heights High School opposing team It Is voted as an elected officer -
Keystone Lanes Sanford. 195 and will meet on Thursday evenings urgent that more seniors schel is taking orders now.
featured bishop sleeves with and attended St. Johns River game are become members of the treasurer may hold
bridge players
and high series 641 Char-
tiny covered buttons on the Junior College In Palatka fora Club, In order to give that office indefinitely. The slate MASONS-OES
lotte Culpepper. Total wood for welcome.Dr.
cuffs. She wore a fingertip veil year. She recently gradu- Jones team 3837. strength to the needs of legislation will be presented at the October Melrose Lodge No. 89, F.

of illusion attached to a head- ated from Santa Fe Junior College so vital to all Older 8 meeting, and publishedfor & A.M., in cooperation with HEIGHTS

piece of yellow daisies and and is now employed In GIRL SCOUTSAll and Mrs. George H. Put- peoples, NOW The next meetIng 30 days, with election In the Keystone Heights Chapterof

baby's breath. Daisies were the University of Florida De- Mothers of girls inter- nam, formerly of Galne.Wle. will be Important, for every November and Installation In OES will open the fall sea-

also used in her nosegay bouquet partment of Engineering.Mr. ested In Girl Scouts please have become residents of Keystone member is urged to bring one December. son with a Family Dinner on

surrounded by yellow roses Williams, a graduate of attend a meeting on September Heights.Dr. Putnam plans new member. This meeting will Oct. 2 at 6:30: In the Masonic DIRECTORY

with white streamers.Mrs. Gainesville High School, attended 25 at 1:30 at the to open a general practice and be on September 22. A color COMMUNITY CHURCHWOMEN Hall.
: p.m.
Duane Gilrie was ma- Santa Fe Junior Collegeand minor urology In the buildingonce film will be shown on Travel- The main speaker will be
Community Church. Mothers of The first
tron of honor for her sister, is employed Harris Paint girls already; In scouting are occupied by Dr.T.G. Ritchon ing In Canada. Mr. and Mrs. Church Women fall meeting of the RW Wilbur W, Masters, Jr., BEAUTY SHOP
attired in in Gainesville. Carl Johnson who had was held on Deputy Grand Master Grand
a em- Company also urged to attend. This is E. Call Street in Starke beginning a happy Sept. 14 In the ,
pire gown of yellow dotted October 1. vacation trip to their home educational build Lodge of Florida. A film will
for Brownies Juniors Cadettesand
Swiss, trimmed with white daisy state of New Jersey were back ing. Mrs. Barry Wyman,president be shown afterwards, "The KEYSTONEBEAUTY
lace at the waist and aroundthe \Ve wonder how many of and serving as host and hostess presented all members Summer of Decision."
with the SHOP
short sleeves. She wore those who stubbornly refuseto ROTARY CLUB for Bingo and refresh- circles first Year BOOK the The,first Fall Chapter meet-
fresh yellow daisies in her ments. It was birthday month have ever had in en- ing of OES will be held Oct. 6
] Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.W. EDITH
compromise> or accept reasonable Speaker for the regular Rotary tirety. Mrs. Bert Christofors: JOHNSON Owner
hair and carried a nosegayof Luncheon Stewart Slmeral over the weekend were and four members were feted, in the Masonic Temple chapter Personal and .
wake increases are Meeting was : Sr. gave the devotional and Creative Hair' Stjrl.In
the flowers with with Keystoner Joe Stein hav- room. The first Masonic
same yellow
N. McCord of the Mrs. Edith Trolci and daugh- Every Form
later found in thc line protesting pastor prefaced her remarks with an of Beiotr
celebrated birth- will be held
streamers. ing his 83rd meeting on Oct.
ters of Island N.Y. her
Long CaJ'urTues.Sat.
Keystone Heights Community 9-3
; expression grateful thanks ; el/tted
Bridesmaids were Mrs. Joe prices, and blaminprthe < mother Mrs. Elizabeth Sullivan day that day. Between the two 13 in the lodge room. Wor- Monday
Church. Mr. McCord spoke on for the
Parker and the Harrison Batch- many prayers; for the shipful Master A.p, Hallman
sister of the bride- government everyone Communication choosing the and sister, Mrs Dorothy sessions complete of her
groom, and Miss Suzy Forrester else for them.-Omer ttridg- proper words for the people Moore of Jacksonville, and Al elders and the Joe Steins and granddaughter recovery Gayle Christo- will conduct the lodge meet-
of St, Augustine.They wore Guide this reporter enjoyed a birth- ing, and Worshipful Matron Jo NURSERY
man,The Bnylis (III.) Involved in order to get the Simione of Gainesville. Mrs. ffers, who was so badly Injured .
day luncheon at a local restaurant Heed will conduct the OES meet- M BM MB M
Lisa Budjane of Waldo visited MMMMi KIII BMHIBWMM
full meaning of what you are in a plane accident in Fefi-u.
saying. Mrs. Slmeral on Monday. arv 1968 which took the life O.C. Carries Nursery

of her father, Dr. Don Chrts-
Start Buying
Stop Wishing KEYSTONE HEIGHTS toffers. After all these tortuous : The first fall meeting of the Thousands of planta

",:.>>;*;.x.: u ___ asPAaA'dRJulius 0.... FELLOWSHIP CLUB months, with nine opera Homemakers Club was held on Fruit Trees-Shftde Trees

I'i With many members still.Ou vacationing tions and body braces which- Sept. 16 at the City Hall with Evergreens

1 oW.w.wmNN; t and regretably some she prevented is Gayle from sitting, President Emily Ison presid- Camellias & Azaleas)
now free of all
are Ill, the 31 members attending casts ing. Mrs. Marguerite Quagllano MOST
AUTO LOANSDreaming and braces, and there is much ALL IN CANS
I tl Covered Dish led the devotional. It was decided -
4 By Helen Egan Luncheon on -apt. 10 In Masonic happiness Chrlstoffers and gratitude in the that members make individual PLANT ANY TIME

Hall had an enjoyabletime. family. gift donations for the Beautiful Roses _

SENIOR CITIZENS FORUMS Club members who are This being the first general Annual Extension Homemaker LandscapingPhone
Hanson and this report meeting of the new Mr..
gifted were special entertainers year Bazaar. Mrs. Mltta Kersey reada
loan de- Field Director Marion H.
? Our Walter
of a new car Besides local questions Grollck, program chair-
er. 659.2165
Campbell of the Bureau on Ag- President Feme Hanson report on safety In connect-
can make those dreams come from asked at this meeting, Mr. Introduced Mrs. Rose Lang'sdaughter man, learned that the new pds-) ion with Fire Prevention Week, .
partment ing the Jacksonville, re-
Campbell distributed an official tor Rev. McCord had mMe Oct. *!3 Mi. S. S. of Starke onIIwy.
Loanat from Miami. Mrs. 9-14.
for Auto presentlve to all the 31 Forums
See an
true, quickly. us White House Conference on two trips to the Holy Land and 100
Amy Ferrell offered thanks. Mrs. Agnes Cuendet and Mrs. at Florahome
the across the State, listened to
low bank rates. You can enjoy Aging queationalre. which will had some fine colored slides.
Senior Citizens at the Brad- Following the luncheon and the reported on the Leader .
of cash when you be the nucleus of the program- singing of America and saluteto He described two trips he "Ms" Training Session in Green Cove
advantages paying ford County Forum on Aging <:
; ming at the White House Miami made to the Holy Land and the ..}I. E. MeKA Y. REALTOR
the flag led Mrs Mltta Springs.
of driving In Starke, on Tuesday Sept. by
and the pleasure
buy Conference. In turn, the large attendance was reward'
A Kersey, George Colgin with The Fall Homemakers CounK EYSTONE HEIGHTS
8. panel of local officialsand 473-4MI
that new car right away. Come in and representatives of all government all States Forum conferences Mrs. Janet Lamm at the piano ed by this effective presentstion. ell was held at Doctors Inleton Appratoal Service
There's obligation. material will have a hearing presented several I original vocal 22. The BM la
talk it over. no agencies was moderated at President Nixon's White President Wyman requested Sept. Labtroat
solos. His own composition II tome..
by Frank Williams, Brad- the newly Aerrare. Rentals
House Conference on Aging In appointed secretan-
ford County Civil Defense. A which was the highlight was PERSONALSMr. ASSOCIATES
similar Forum was held In Washington, D.C. In November "I'm Going Back to Keystone." Mrs. Carolyn Wagner, to ra and Mrs. Tracy Baker MI rt.': Maya Been 47J-n
the 1 .
recommendation .
1971 from whdchlegislationwill of the Ex::)
.. This and the others .
Palatka, Jacksonville and were snappy ecutive Board Sr. drove to Summerville re.C. I. J. Cbewlocto .'7J-4/7t
pertaining to
Citizens the
be featured for
and ..mlle.A
many a J.
Gainesville, but unfortunately W. Reb'-e'
was Finance Committee's f7S101':1he '
Keystone Area seniors were In Congress in 1972. To songfest also enjoyed and recotri/
mendation that
many older people three years especially eongstreseMrs.Ma- treasurer's
not Informed of the meeting of
books not be closed
seems like an eternity; but mie Eckford who several until May
Clay County which Mr. Campbell gave
attended on Sept. 7 In legislation Is being a part of vocal number of the old favor- 31 of each year. Mrs Gayle : P D ANT\
Devotional Chairman \
Green Cove Springs. every Congress and a new ites. presentad l foII

Mr. Campbell the start will be made for a White President Hanson conductedthe the new books to be used : ) '
represents Po"
by each devotional chairman .fIf -
Florida Conference on Aging House Conference every three business meeting.The of FSTHiway
the circles
and other
Instead of ten. com- ,
and from 'these meetings, a years membership committee mlttes
President Joe of gave reports.
reported a total
report on the highlights of requested The circle
legislation will be pre- the Bradford County; Senior Cit- 86, and the treasurer's report meetings In the

sented at Governor Kirk's Florida izen Club presented a resolu- showed a substantial bal- homes were held Monday,

White House ConferenceIn tion containing 16 points, which ance. It was decided to hold Sept. 21. 21 North Keystone IIts.

Miami, October 8. From the local club approved and the Came Day In October.Some ANNOUNCEMENTSThe -

this Conference will be com- these points were highlightedby discussion was made on a place
KEYSTONE STATE BANK piled all the requested needsof the results of a vote at to hold both the Covered Dish Bazaar Workshop will Barbecue -- Steaks -- Fresh Seafood"
meet Sept. 30 from
the Forum on the needs of the luncheon and business 10 till 2
the Senior Citizens who at- meeting with Mrs. Beam's Buffet Lunch Daily
tended these State Forums. Senior Citizens; I leading was as well as Game Day. No act- circle in
Member P.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, Fla. Increased Income then close Ion taken charge. The Oct. 1 Workshop
Keystones attending the Starke was as President will be in Dining Room Open -- 7 a.m..12 p.m.
charge of
Bank In Your Friendly Forum were Mr. and Mrs.Joseph behind was transportation, and Hanson requested members to Vance's circle. Mrs.

Tour Friendly Stein Mr. and !Mrs. Harrison telephone rates which small give considerable thought to Family Dinner will be For Take-Out Orders Call Ole AI 473-9620
Community. Batchelder, Mr. and Mrs. communities such as Starke this matter. A small news item


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Lightning Threat Is Greater = iS

,, In Rural Areas Experts SaysPeople
By Helen V. tgan!: ,

living In rural areas Lightning strikes trees, ClASSIFIED ADS GEl RESUlTS
(From Presedlng Page) need to take more precaution buildings, and other tall objects

against Injury and property because they are better con-
,"j cently to see the new homeof damage from lightning than ur- ductors than air. For Instance

their Lt. Col. Tracy ban residents a University 01) In a grove of trees or a clusterof .
Baker Jr.'"ThIs fine old home Florida safety expert warns. buildings, lightning Is most
was owned by the brother of Lightning Is a particularly likely to strike the best conductor -
Nathan Mayo long- dangerous and costly peril on the tallest one In the
the late farms in Florida
time Secretary Col.of Baker Agriculture.plansto which has been called the"thun When you are planning CLASSIFIED D AD BATES :!.!\\et"l9 1l' :..;j. ._-,_;: .__. I FOR SALE-One used 25

Tallahassee. from HomesteadAir derstorm capital" of the con- lightning protection. rememberthat JIMMY\ \ Moon 'R cu. ft. side by side refrig-- A TO ZConstruction

retire Force soon Base where he is tinental United States. Peopleand you're dealing with a Minimum Charge _... 1.75 MARY erator freezer. Like new. Co.
supply fleer. animals age not as vulnerable powerful force one of the most (Covers 15 words) SUN SPORTS $125.00. 14 cu. ft. refrig-
serving as -
areas becausetall destructive forces In nature,
Uordon Baker returned recently buildings and other struc- Pettis warned. Each word over 15-70 MOORE BOAT FOR erator freezer, like new, For All Your Remodel

from the Veterans Hos- tures are usually hit first,says This is no do-it-yourself Job. 50c Extra Charge if not YOUR MONEY CARTER $$100.00. ru. ft refriger.ator lug Needs' of General

pital In Gainesville where he Ray Pettis with the University's Look for a reputable firm that paid In advance freezer side by side Contracting.:
underwent tests and treatmentfor Institute of Food and Agri- provides the "Master" label Starke Ph. 964-5791 NEW $360. 15 cu. ft. re
a throat condition. He did cultural Sciences (WAS). installation, your assurance the CLASSIFIED DISPLAY PAINTSNEW frigerator freeze, with ice CONTACTW.
not require surgery and his Four out of five human deathsor work meets Vnderwrlters'( $1.50 Per loch Complete Outboard & maker NEW $299.99.741 L. FOWLERAT
recovery at home will dependon injuries from lightning occur Laboratories) standards.Movies Stern Drive Service and
any such need. in rural areas. And eight out of Memorials Resolutions Repair. Complete Fiberglass ITEMS N. Thompson St. Ifchg 964-7605 or 964.5289
Mrs. Camille Stewart has ten livestock deaths due to accidents Proclamations etc -7c word "
been a patient In Alachua General are caused by lightning Repair. Custom- WALL PAPER SEMI DRIVERS NEEDED FREE ESTIMATES
Hospital and Is recover- bolts. In addition, he said,light THANKS built Fiberglass Fishing.. Experience helpful but not
i ing nicely from eye surgery. ning Is a major cause of fire on SO words or less .. ..... .3.00 Boats Unpainted FurnitureWood necessary for local and over
Expressions( of sympathy are farms. Barns and other live Each word over 50-7o thc-road having You can 8t1PE nCK Vinyl: Plastic
extended to the William War stock buildings are particularly Clint Eastwood and Shirley Graining Kit. earn $10,000 to $13.000 per Letter d sizes, colors Permanent .
In "Two Mules
Maclalne star
ren family on the unexpecteddeath vulnerable. NEW LISTING year If ycu are willing to for use on wood, class.plastlo. .
of Mrs.Warren's mother, Lone trees standing In pas- for Sister Sara" playing Frl., LEGAL FORMS. Bradford 3 bedroom: dwelling, hardwood K-80 Paint Remover learn.: For application call paper metal, leather.
Mrs. Nettle Smith who had tures and ungrounded metal Sat., and Sun at the Florida County; Telegraph Ph. floors dry wall and (904)) 380-4607 or write Ad. ANYTHING I Bradford County

been a patient at the Memorial fences are also favored tar- Theatre.Set 864-6303. panelling tile bath. Suitablefor Houses Washed vance D. T. Dept 1716 North Telegraph. Hssasssrssr.
Hospital In Roanoke Va. gets and account for costly against the backgroundof McDuff
retired couple or smallfamily. Ave. J cksoswllte
as the result of a fall while livestock losses. Pettis citeda Mexico In the blood-spat- Quiet section. Pricedat Lawn Mowers\ For Rent Florida 32205. lwha
visiting In her home town of two-year study which showed tered era of Emperor Maxi- FOR RENT-one 4-r:lm( cdt- \ .
Clifton Forge, Va. Her daugh- 67 percent of livestock deaths milian and Benito Juarez itatre/ card one 2-l'com cottage. 900000. A J. Thomas 102.. EAST -BROWNLEE..
Eastwood plays an American furnished. : on Hlllcrest Lake. Realtor Tel. 964.5701.l .
ter and family visited her over occurred in buildings, 20 per-
Labor Day and it was the plan cent under trees, and 6 per mercenary who is hired by the Phone 473-3171. 10-15 LP WANTED -Work from STREET FOR SALEAckerman

that, since she seemed to be cent along wire fences. Only Juarlstas to take the French home, car: necessary. Make
progressing so well, she would 7 percent occured in open pas- garrison at Chihuahua. On his HOME REPAIRS Carpentering : $500 to $1,000 now to\; Christ.! BRADFORD Farm
spend about a week In a recovery tures. way he meets Sister Sara(Shirley painting! rootng: con- SEPTIC TANK
mas. For details: or
center and then returnto During fair weather there Is Mac Laine)who reveals that crete driven ard pa.ioa. No
call, Una Doutosrly. Columbia PARENTS-Men Cot 2 :Miles on
Clifton Forge until Thanks- normally a balance of positiveand she is on a mission to raise Job too small. Phone.: 964.5606. COMPANY
for the Mexican Juar- Motel Lake City, Fla. Phone tage parents 'wanted. Some Side of Highway 301.
giving time when she plannedto negative electric chargesin money 3tp 9-24
7522650. 3tp Married couples, and 'women) !!
Istas in their struggle to over- REPAIRING
come home.' Burial was In the air. But a thunderstorm
throw the Maximilian French. FOR SALE Salary stares $347 :per month, Charles M. Schmitt
Two cut?tand.
Clifton Forge. upsets this balance creating : FOR RENT to(; icouple, two 5 day 8 hour DRAIN CLEANOUTAND
clusters of negative and posi- Excitement ensues as they Jag Fax and Deer Hounds. (bedroom furnished, ccttag, per person. week. PUMPING
Keystoners were tive make their way to the garrison.On Contact Stat day. Promotional opportunitiesState Phone 964.6200
Many charges which attract each Trooper: H. F. Good location In, Starke also '
hear of the deathof the double bill with "Two : Retirement, sick leave
grieved to other. The minus charges Wiggins. 864-8392 after 5 PM
Mules For Sister Sara" Burt unfurnished 3 I bedroom!>!! house vacation- etc Please apply In
WIlliams- Phone
George Watson of usually accumulate near the Weekdays.<<: : 2tp 964-6647
he Reynolds Roger Carmel and In country W. H. Nollman. person only .Personnel Office.
burg Va. For many years base of the cloud.On the ground Starke
and his wife spent Septemberand strong concentrations of posi- Susan Clark star in "Skull- DANCING CLASSES Starting tfchg! Bunland Center Gatnesv-U'e' .' FU. ttchc
In the Dye house duggery". !Fin An equal opportunity, .mployer. -
February tive charges follow the cloud week cf Sept 7. Let's register WILL PERSON who took my
on Lake Geneva. Their closest like a shadow. When the gap Miss Clark portrays the leader fowl I Classes ,for all laundromat" mall tfchg
friends, the Jack Haberstrohs, between the two concentrationshas of an anthropological safari ages. Ballet., Tap Aoro. Modern purse ,
contente C.O.D. to Shirley GLOVERELECTRIC
report that Mr. Watson had a been closed enough, light- that discovers a band of half- Jazz 3\<> yrs' and up. Jchna. 1003 W. Madison --. _.- -..
lingering Illness and his pass- ning occurs. Lightning rods animal half-human beings. Phone after 4 pjn. 964-7098.
Ing was a relief from his suf allow some of these electrical Reynolds and Carmel are free- tfchg Starke Itp INJECTABLES SEARSHas
fering. Sympathy Is extendedto charges to stream out of the air swinging adventurers who pur- Tetanus Toxoid .
Mrs. Watson and her familyIn down into the ground, thereby posely lead the safari off FOR SALE Welch mare. SleepingSickness Complete Repair
Williamsburg. lessening the chances of a course and into the uncharted TYPEWRITERS: Manual or Phone 964-7691. lip Distemper Hepatitis-Lepta Everthing ServiceWIRINGHEATING
strike he said. wilds of New Guinea in hopesof Electric. For sale or rent.Bradford Comblotto
finding rich ore deposits. County Telegraph. FOR RENT: TV sets, baby ANDREWS DRUGS
"Shark" and "El Dorado" beds eleo. guitars, amplifiers, AIR CONDITIONING,

FACTORY HELP NEEDED starring John Wayne and Robert HOUSE PAINTING Inter refrigerators: day or week. DA. 964.6848 24 HOURS
Mltchum play at the 301 ior-Exterior. Kool .seal mobile HMER'S. 984-7923. tf-cbg 964-8835
Drive-In Friday and Saturday. (homes Hourly or contract. FOR RENT12' wide. 2 bedroom
Owen Joist of Florida, ins nccoa dependable able "Cindy and Donna" and "Un- First class u-orfcmanshlp. WATSON'S trailer outside city

bodied factory help.. No experience necemfry.Mteady faithful Wife", rated X. playat Contact Lonnie Roberts, Rai- limits. J. B. White. 964-<<1114.

work, overtime fringe benefit. the 301 Drive-In Sunday and ford Fla. Mon.; Thur.: F.I. House of Vacuum tfchg

Monday. 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. 431-1128. brands of FOR SALE New ,brick 3 NEW AND USED SEWING
IF YOU ARE WILLING TO WORK APPLY Nights and weekends. 431- Mwy; new vacuum ,
ATOWEN $39.00 up. Used machines from 'bedroom 2 baths, living 'room
Archery Hunts 1768. 4tp 10.15 $10, :Expert Repairs all makes. dining room, family: room. PLUMBINGRITCH MACHINESALES

JOIST SUPER Parts and Accessories for allvacuums. FHA or Conventional:: Financ
Start October 24 Letters all STICK sizes Vinyl Plastic Built In Central vacuum ing. Contact BuTord (Mitchell, & SERVICE
Monday 'lhl'ollAh Friday colors. Permanent
cleaning systems. 712 N. Phone 9646760. P.O. Box 238, PFAFF NECCHI
7:00 A.M.: To 5:00:( ".:\1. At BlandingThe for use on wood, glass, Main. Gainesville 37 .7110 Starke. tfchg NEW HOME UNIVERSAL
Lincoln City Road (S 100 A) plastic paper metal, leather. Plumbing Co. $49.50
1970 special archery hunt ANYTHING I -Bradford County CLASP ENVELOPES all FAY'S FABRICS Going out up
for deer of any sex opened Telegraph. tl Izes.- Bradford County Tele of business.! All prices cut. PHONE
September 12 with at least five graph. Everything must >go. Bank
lucky hunters bagging deer in Amerlcard Master' Charge. O. BOX 943

Get'em While;/ They Last! the Osceola Wildlife manage- Southern Marine Hwy. 301, Hi nil. north of STARKE FLA
ment Area during the opening Moved To GainesvilleNew Smith Plumbingand Waldo. tfchg 611 W.UNIV.AVI.
4TF -
weekend. .f 378.1355
NameGainesville RESIDENTIAL Building! Lots
Used Typewriters Additional archery hunts will MarineLYNN on Pratt Street for Sale: Suitable
be conducted in the Camp Bland- for VAorFHA financing::!
Ing Management Area on Oct. HAMILTON WGR. Raiford Road A. J. Thomas.} : Realer Tel.

-$45 To $85- 78.24-25; Oct. 31-Nov. 1 I. and Nov. .Tohnson Marine Melons Supplies- Cobra Boats Phone 964-6023 9114.5701. PUMPSNEW NOTICEStarke

and Keystone
Wildlife officials said the archery 1030 E. University Ave. Contracting/ and Repairs $300.00 Cash or $3000 Equity
Completely Reconditioned hunts afford the hunter Gainesville Plumbing Fixtures end assume payments after. SALES Heights area Customers

with as many days possibleuse Water Healers transfertnr U t Into your name. PARTS Hastings Mattressand

I Royals, Remingtons of a harvestable resource IP WE DON'T HAVE ITwe'll Water Pumps1P4SVRANCE 724 N. Temple Ave or call SERVICE
with negligible decrease Ir. the get It for you. Office 864-7337._TFD Wells Upholstery
deer population. With the exception Supplies. Furniture:: Equip Deep and Shallow
GUARANTEED TO WORK of turkey and spotted ment. Bradford County FOR SALE 18 cu ft. frost Water Softeners and 710 St. Johns Ave.PALATKA .
fawn deer, hunters may take Telegraph free Ccpperttue! Hotpoint: re- FiltersPlumbing
See Them AtBradford ... game of any species in the AT REDUCED RATES frigerator with freezer!! !! across Supplies
AUTO. FIRE, BOAT the bottom $150.00 cas'.i.
Osceola area during the special G.E.
hunt. A $5 archery per- WANTED LISTINGSOn DOYLE E. CONNER !stove. White $30.00 ca/>h. See Is Open Again
County Telegraph mit is required in addition to Homes and Acreage. Buyers INSURANCE AGENCYlohf at Durranc- Pump and Supply EXPERT SERVICE ON

the regular hunting license Waiting. Strout Realty, Reg Company, 341 N. TempleAve. ALL MAKES FURNITURE
: j PHONE OP(;1.6305 Broker 2117
N. Temple Ave. Ip PHONE 9647061DURRANCE Repaired Refinished
Ph. 864-6609 Staxke. Fla. Reupholstered
BAIRD It's inexpensive to clean:' run

-------------------- For all your Real Estate and upholstery with BLUE NEW MATTRESSES
Mobile Homes & SUPPLY CO.
NeedsBuy Sell Ex LUSTRE. Rent J:!!:trlc Eham- PUMP

?:. change Appraisal. Ex. NEW and USED pooer $1. Starke Kardware. FREE ESTIMATES
pert Advice on all Real 108 E. Call St. 6tchg 10-29 Call Collect 328-2144
;:. TROPICAL Estate BILL Problems POWELL- Call 8-10-12'Gainesville DRAGLINEAND
; (j Reg. Phone Real Estate 961-6161 Broker Reasonably Good Quality Priced BULLDOZER WORK LEWISWELDING

.} Starke Plaza Starke Gainesville 378-2783 Water Condition. SHOP
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FISHTANKS tfchff Serviced. Guaranteed and! ing and Pump Co. CLINTONROBINSON Whispering Pines Mo-
Delivered! In Starke Area
tel US 301 S. Phone
NO EXTRA COST 130 Court Street
filler BrownVolkswagen 9648252.
C8 441 N. 4502 NW 13th Phone 964-5332
Filters Gainesville 378. T8S UTILITY TRAILERS


Conditioners tchK
fills. Bradford County Tele. WELDING BRAZING
graph. and Pumps SHEET METAT..
rlew A Uoed POSTED SIGNS: Treated to Sales and Rentals
COMMON: : GOPPIES; kin'. IeriIce withstand weather- 20o each,
$2.25 doe Special price on larger Repair: Department II I
Your Choice IN.tTAWT HAIUR 1,
FREE BLACK: :MOLLIES 1 Ml. North' of Thk Man quantities. Bradford County: 24 Hour Service I


WANTED: Used Wring-Washer -
$6.98 8 track tapes for sale
With Purchase of any 5 or 10 Gallon Tank Will pay cash or take In for $3.98 or $3.50 with a 'trade

trade on anything. DAHMER'S.. In at DAKMER'S Discount !

Vita Fare Tropical COLORED BEGGS 984-7923. tf-cJlg House. tfchg

; Gulf ServiceUSED WILL BUY: Used Appliance. 4 and 8 Track Stereo Tape
Fish Food Furniture TV'J, Stereos, anything Players. for cars for sale only
GRAVEL PARTS of value. DAHMER'S, $49.95 at DAHMER'S Discount r
FINE REG. :39c! House. tfehg
MED. Top Prices for Wrecked Cars AMANA 7-foot chest freezerthat

COURSE Sale 1 29C ea. lb. 21 1 Hour Wrecker Service carry a 5-year warrants FOR SALE New and used
20C per Fuel Oil for labor and parts for onls, appliance We stock Norge LET
$14998 at DAHMER'S tfchg Whirlpool, Kitchen Aid Corn-
Used Cars tea cook Ranges.
6 Cubic: Foot walnut grain Del Enterprise, I
8.). 311/) N. Waldo and Scotchman Ice Makers.
Aquarium Air Hose Metal Frame Hush I 468-1998 rno'ilco Freezer like new,, Whirlpool Air Conditioners
Holds 210 Ibs. Nearly: half price
AIR ... at DAHMER'S Discount House.tfchg. We service what. we sell. Wells 3 WORK FOR YOUrtrrap1
Appliances. U.S.
foot 301 South 2
ea. .
7C per 2.98 -,
miles Phone
BEWINO MACHINE Cleaned m 064-6061. tfchg

oiled and adjusted In your WATER FRONT PROPERTY FOR SALE 90
acres near
home $3.00. Vacuum cleaner: On. Crosby Lake & Crosby Lake, Beyleos! Highway Reasonably'
Inlet. Ideal: For Mobile Homes,
repairs also. All work
guarante priced. Must[ eel Gene
CONTROL :!! Shaw.:
FLORIDA PEST ed. Summer Cottage Or Year
Dennis E. Coggln. Phone Phone 9645200. 2tchg 10-1
431-1428. ttehQ Round Living.!!
All Lots Ready To Go-Clear LOST-Walker hound, female: m
& Chemical Co. EZERASE TYPEWRITER ed. Graded & Leveled. In Sampson Area. Color brown
PAPER Mimeo Paper Bond Priced From $995.00. Financing and white. REWARD. Phone

539 E. CALL 8T, TARKE?FLA. Paper Bradford Notebook Filler Available.. Call 9647701. 964-7423 or 9647664. 2tp 10-1