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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 17, 1972
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Of First Rally PledgeFaced


with a $177.-

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,H last week's $300,000

ThisSaturday
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request from the

Hospital Board for
Struck twice by lightning last Thursday, the Loyree destroyed by resulting fir. which .apperently spread thr*

LaNier home on US -, 301 north of Starke was completely! ough air conditioning ducts.. the expected expan-

First of six official political rallies, sion of Bradford

scheduled by the Bradford County Dem- County Hospital the

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ocratic Executive Committee, will be County Commission

held this :Saturday: night, August 19 at wavered Monday

.. t Fire Destroys 3 Homes the Lawtey :Strawberry: wharf. night, then stuck to

; its decision pledge,
A fish supper will be served Ucal candidates In the new
: starting at 5 p.m. by the Law courthouse .last Friday night. one additional mill

.. tey Volunteer Fire Department They are: to finance the con-
; Candidates will begin speakIng BrookerSaturday, Aug. 26.
: ; i it. struction'work.
; at 7 p.m. Aug. 29.
j HamptonTuesday, .
f Lightning' Believed Five more rallies went scheduled Theresas- Friday. Sept. I. Now at 8.307 the COUIIt)'*
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!:. J r Jqa.use: !1);. .ho! Committee at a StarkSaturday., Sept. 9. tax levy would climb to 9.307

meeting held with local pollS mill.
Suppers; sponsored by var-
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f 'fit> : Commission. the Hospital
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: ; Three homeswith'an1 estimated veloped in flame*, .. At the meeting last it '
O'Steens \ '
to' blaze at the" same lima worked on. The were ." ,.... ., ( Friday Board made a second plea for
'total value of $70,000 Green says that lightning apparently not In the taNler, home,.at the- I' "f'\:" '....', was decided that county candidates funds. The second request was
were destroyed last 'week by struck In the kitchen Mrs.' iaNler was staying ii'her time, either., ; : would be allowed to for three mills over $160,000at
fire believed to have been Santa Fe Lake at / speak first with each one allotted -
area which la approximatelyIn place on pit. $54,584 per mill of tax revenue -
started by.lightning.The the middle of the home, and the time and the house was Green said that In of five mlnu..... They will ; one mill to cover an expected -

first and most damaging also at the south end. lie said being used by the family of heavy rain of at the time, and & b "' be followed by state candidates, operating deficit and two
the work
four fire
believe the Howard O'Steen, who Is em- department who will .110'have five min- finance
In the series was the expensive Insurance adjusters :" mills to the $339,387In
*, Including about 40 firemen a.A '
brick home of Mr. Loy- electrical charge was carried ployed at Mrs. LaMer's Brad- IS. I utes. local funds which will be
and eight trucks .
they '
ree UNler on U. S. 301. Just through air conditioning ducts, ford Furniture Corporation ': It was decided :t no raffles needed in the expansion.
could not prevent the total 1 lose "b :
roof while his house was being p will be allowed at of
the entire any
beyond the I north city limits. causing area of the home, and most of the Vf' A : the rallies sponsored by the Commission Chairman
It was struck by lightning content An automobile In the George Roberta, answering the
Democratic Executive Committee.
Thursday afternoon, August 10. carport belonging to O'Steen, If".. (/" hospital board's request, upped

There Is''''some variation In City EmployeesGet was also declared total loss. "'- '' A sixth rally has been scheduled the taxpayer's ante to 1-1/2

the time estimates of witnesses No estimate of the damage was: : SO\ for Saturday. Sept. 2, by mill, about 82500. The hospital -

but Harry Green, chief of made but replacement value of .. II the Starke Jareee at the Westside board agreed to that figure
the County Volunteer Fire Department the home at today's prices Is { ,t' J Softball '''Ield on Brown- and to seeking financing

believes that light- "i over a 10 year perIod. The
lee Road In Starke
Startingat
RaiseA (See Page 10)) I'i..:. 1J& .
ning struck about 5:45 pjn. Pay : 5 p.m. each'city and county hospital asked for sufficient
County volunteers were at the / ;. : candidate will be alotted five funds to pay off the $339,000In
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site about, six minute ,after iht L, three to five years.
receiving the call. Green says, '(See Peee 10))
But it
WomanLoses was pointed out the
raise of 5 1/2
should else rath-
but the house was already enQJlJr pay per cut something ->'"
county has Just over 1-1/2 mills
cent for all city employeeswas er than the raise increases. I
tentatively agreed upon by City Councilman Vernon Sll- to go before reaching the 10-
the Starke City Council Tues- mlll limit set by Florida law
cox said, "If we got It, give
day night, provided that such a It to them. If we don't, we RecordNumber "A three year pay back 1*
> m QttnQ(!IrirrPolitical raise could be adequately fund simply can't." not possible. We can't levy

that much mlllage," said Commissioner -
ed.The The action by the city council $1,000To
Dave Shuford, Law-
across-the-board Increase -
Tuesday night was by request -
is the highest allowed by c/ 1 tey. Hospital Board Chairman
of the city clerk to make 1I
t law and would cost the city an I Bill Dodd pointed out there I.a Is
ll i all raise Increases uniform It ConArtists oiersOn.List
estimated $23.000 for It's 74 was the general agreement of V difference in five and 10

employee, according to ;Clty the council that all depart- years.
Hospital official said they
Clerk Merrill Edwards.
ment heads should put In for
4. need a county pledge of payoff
"1 actually don't believe that ,ji 5-1/2 per cent across-the-. : ; funds to qualify for federal

the budget can stand such an board pay increase' ....... Hill-Burton medical construction -
Con s.-
artists and their dastardly
Increase," said Edwards."But: According to City; Clerk Merrill Bradford County has a re- funds.
Rally deeds not Just limited
are -
If It can't. I believe the council Edwards he will begin Immediate I to big cities. Just ask Mrs.[ -' cord-breaking total of 6,310 registered The same picture of low occupancy -

&: "'i. Supper work on the new city Zelphla Chamber' who found out : voter following the in the 54-bed hospital

budget/ which must be acceptedby tJ1. .hard way and!In doing so :-:7. closing: of the book for the dipping revenues, and a severe
..LAWTKYBKRRVWHVRK\\ October 1. Hopefully the first lost\ in I primary election last Saturday. shortage of doctors was painted
$1,000 to one. Saturday "
.: \ 2 Cars budget meeting will be n In the Starke. It, 'S 4 "' Supervisor of Elections Neva to the county cora'mlsslon!
first two weeks, he said. '" .; this Monday night. But hospital -
:Mrs. Chambers Flynn said this was a gain of
Saturday, Aug. 19 put up $1,000as J officials expresseda great
Councilman Jimmy Mc-
City 901 over the total of 5,790 who
Insurance that she would not .
of that
Crash degree optimism new
Rae brought out that after a were registered last February
Adults $1.50Childr.n
report a man who had supposedly doctors can be attracted to
policeman completes Ms required 12. Most of these are new
Just found an envelope
the hospital It a doctor's office -
$1.25
200 hour Peace OfficersTraining t people moving Into the county
For thisfavor
containing\ $15,000.
Is constructed at
On 100Mrs. course, he must get from other states, Mrs. Flynn complex
; she was to receive a cut
Serving Starts 5 P.M. C the hospital.
a ral.e.nd that this, too need, of $2,000. but rather than get said Indicating the growth of Other part of the planned,
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to be figured Into the budget. the
Speaking Start 7:30 Mil- rich quick the man escaped with area expansion Is the diagnostic ta-
Blllle Thompson
the $1.OOO.Dd left Mrs. Chambers Saturday was a heavy day,
In other action, the council cUlties and
x-ray laboratory
old
and her 12 son
ner year with 121 registering before the
Sponsored By voted unamlnously to Join the empty; handed. unit*. Improved facilities there
minor Injuries
Kevin escaped with Mrs.
,, books closed *t'S p.m.
Lawtey Volunteer flreDeptll1SICL Sunday night a* the car Florida Electric Power Group. According to Patrolman Den- : h rl rlJ rlK Flynn said that 421 registered will greatly Increase hospital

In which they were riding struck The power group Is still In ton DeVoe, of the Starke Po- In the final four day of the re- revenue Administrator George

another on the Alligator/ Creek Its inbnt stages but will eventually lice Department, Mr*. Chamber gltratlon period.Eightysix Canova said.
\ Bridge on SR-100. Join all of Florida's Po- was approached outside of At present, however the hospital -
: \ Carp's Department Store by a .new voter In the has 24 patient Under

According to Investigating patrolman (Se. Page 10)) Negro man who asked her to 18-21 age group were picked up the present wage rate to employees -
Jonah Julius D. Eunice, the help him understand what was during the .last bur, days, making the hospital needs an

accident took place as a car written on an envelope .he had a total of 468 now registered average of about :33 patient
And The \It\hale driven by Robert Frank Bate, Tag Deadline ,Just found. w In this category to meet opera ting expenses,according -
Lawtey was 'headed north on to Administrator
The Identified himself
Madison St. SR-100 at a high rate of speed man Mrs. Flynn"1d there are George Canova. Should the minimum -
'as Willie Johnson and called a
Thin Saturday
and started eliding sideways: on now 6,310 registered Democrats
wage rise to $2 per hour,
Church second colored male for
Baptist' over '
the In the county, 311 Republicans,
bridge.
as expected, it will take an
Tuosr 22 Mr. Ullner, of Starke was 2,500 more auto tags have to assistance. The second man 'ruf I and 70 registered under other average of 36 to 40 patient
Aug. aid If he had found something, -
headed south and struck the be sold In the next: two and a v parties.An .
r to meet costs, Canova said.
1:30 p: Bate vehicle broadside, do- half day. according to TaxCol- .he would open It. Interesting sidelight 1*

m. Ing an estimated $1,000 damageto lector J.R. Kelly or car owner Johnson opened the envelopeand that there are 13 more women A $45,000 over-all deficit.

Public Invited Ms '1968 Oldsmobile while will bet delinquent.The laid that there was $15,000In registered than men lathe coun Including depreciation, was

totaling her '69 Chevrolet. tax collector office will It. He offered both Mrs.[ ty. The total are: women, projected by Hospital AuditorA
Chambers and the other man v 3,3921 3.299 Indicating H. Crippen. But when Commission
The Injured were taken to be open Saturday from 8:30: | men
c-.01 the Bradford County Hospital until for $2,000 not to tell anyone., that the forces of women's Ub" Chairman George Roberts -
a jn. noon persons unable -
by ambulance where they were to to the courthouse According to the patrolman, have been active during recent: looking at Crippen' report
get
m l11t (Community l! .later released. during working hour thl*week. 000 Mr.I Johnson requested $1- One Sizzler To Another month placed<< the cash flow deficit -

\ &t t'.alik: Robert Bate, 29, escapedInjuries 6,000 tag have been sold so the unidentified from Mrs. Chamber as Insurance and- Although the registration at $19,000 nobody; arguedthe
'., and was 'charged with man The book are closed for the primary point.
slzzler and
1 far this year since tags have that they would not tell day was a so was Strawberry Queen Donna
dwl driving while Intoxicated). been on sale.De.dtlne Prevatt as she posed with First Federal' hug sign for the election In September What the hospital board want
anyone
aTYaAa.N u. He refused to take a chemicaltest to buy auto tag 1* .Mrs. Chambers went home third annual Sizzler Contest under way now. The temperaturewas they will remain open for registration 1* for the county to pick up the

'1\\.: .JIIr": 11____ following the accident to August 20, a Sunday so actually and got the money and later a sultry 95 degrees and Donna turned motorist heads tor me General Election operating deficit! plus pledge
determine the content of alcohol Saturday, August 19, will be from the road, making Madison Street dangerous place to until October. '7,Mr*.Flynn

In hi* bkxxUtream. the..t. day. (See Page 10)) be for a few minutes. aid. (See Pate 10)J )







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Linda Colson/ Softball TeamEntertained i31 1 Dowling-Knigh; Date
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PartiesMiss By Bagwells .

Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Stewart

Linda Mr. and Mrs. Don Bagwell announce the birth of a daughter Mrs. W.E. DowUngannounces
Colson whose Mary Ann on August 2, : the engagement and approachIng -
cookout and
gave a party] last
marriage to Chad Preston will Vd of her daughter.
.t i In Alachua General Hospital. marriage
be an event of Sept 1, was honored Friday night at their home on Maternal grandparents are Mr. ); Nancy to James C. KnIght,
at fv o ,parties In the past Florist Mabel Street Women's for Softball the Colonial Team. nCrewsRegarMr and Mrs. Lee McKenzie of :; 1'-'. .'\ Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.JamesC.

week.Saturday( ; Starke and paternal grandparents : .. : Knight Sr. of Lawtey.
On Aug. 12. a coffee The team presented Mr. and are Mr. and Mrs Waiter .. '
was given for Mill Colson by Mrs. Bagwell with a trophy' Stewart of Pawtucket n.. "
". Miss Dowling Is a graduate
Mrs. James D. Preston,mother and Mr. and Mrs. Bagwell presented .. "
BUS, class of 1971, and attended
of the ,groom-to-bee and Mrs each with I' of -
player a
David U Hartley Ms sister, trophy. Mf. and Mrs. All Waddell Santa Fe' Junion Col
L 'at the home of the latter In Tne thirty; guests attending entertained at a cookout Satur ; lege.
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r Gainesville. Included members of the team day evening at their home.
The honoree and her mother, husbands and dates. Guests were Mr.and Mrs.Jesse Mr"l Knight graduated In
Mrs. T.F. Colson, wee presented Waddell and baby son Stevie, 1967 from BUS and attended
with red carnation cor Birthday Party > and Mr. and Mrs. Duncan 51. Jones Business College where

sages. ; For Karen HodgesKaren CaseyKellyThe Clair and baby daughter, Mary, Sonc7SovogeMr. / / he majored In broadcast
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The refreshment table was all of Jacksonville management. He later attended -
covered 'with a white damask Santa Fe, Junior College.
cloth and centered with an ar- Ann Hodges, daughterof and Mrs. Leslie Crews Mrs. L.D. VIning had as visItors and Mrs. C.E. Stand He Is employed as program
TonWhiff nogement!) of Shasta daisies and Mr. and Mrs. Avid Hodges, wedding of Miss Fran of Lake Butler announce the Rev. and Mrs. V.J. of Starke announce the engage director of WDSR and W 1'W.
/Is Runner-up white pompoms. Punch was celebrated her first birthday Casey and Roger Kelly will ,engagement and.approaching Ragsdale of Denary overnight ment and approaching marriage FM in Lake.Flty,
served from an antique cut Saturday Aug. 5, at a party be an event of Saturday, Ark marriage of theirilsughter, Monday and Mr. and Mrs. J.C. of their daughter, Janice Lee,
In ContestMiss glass punch bowl, and coffee given by her parents at their 1 It at 8:30: p.m. In the First Alice Faye to Ronald $. Bunnett of Fernandina Beach to David Wayne Savage of The wedding will take placeat
and tea were also served. home on U.S. 301 North Regar son of Mr. and Mrs. Monday afternoon. Charleston, S.C., son of Mr. 5 p.m. Sunday Sept. 3. at
Toni Denice Whitt, a Arrangements of colorful: The refreshment table was Christian Church: with a reception Charlie Itegar of Lulu. and Mrs Brlnson Savage of the First Presbyterian ChurchIn :
1972 graduate of Bradford High summer flowers were used In covered with a beige'ace cloth following In the church: : The bride-elect Is a 1972 Aug. 25 at 8 'y.m.' In the Baptist Fort Myers.A Starke with a reception
School and now a student at the party rooms for the occa- and centered: with a decorated fellowship hall. graduate of BitS Mr. RegarIs Church: In Lulu. following In' the Old Manse.
PiKevllle College Ky., was selected sion. birthday cake. Punch, Ice All friends and relatives are a 1972 graduate of Union' All friends and September wedding is plan All friends and relatives are
as first runner-up In the The hostesses presented the cream and cake were served to Invited to attend. County High School. Invited to relatives are ned In the Grace Baptist Church. Invited to attend.men's .
Miss Magnolia Fair beauty con- honoree with a dinner plate In the 25 guests attending. The wedding,,will take place attend.
test In Matewan, W. Va. her chosen china pattern] as a Assisting In serving were
The 17-year-old coed Is the memobto of the occa.lon.Approx1mately Mrs. Larry Miller and Mrs.

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lacy 140 guests Dub Thornton. ... .. '
I. Whitt of McCarr Ky. were Invited to attend. ,

test The was Miss a Magnolia preliminary Fair to con-the ,- Mrs. McCarthyIs fft!. :D:;" ; .. :

Miss West Virginia contest to onoredAt ..1JJJ' s:
be held In Wheeling. W. Va. Members of the Lydia Circleof ,,,; 60
the First Christian Church t Stork ShowerMrs. ..." '

were hostesses at a bridal _. .. "
shower for Miss Cohen
on
Richard McCarthy was
Miss Jean Mundy Monday evening in the church honored Saturday evening with

Luncheon Guest Fellowship On their arrival flail. the honoreoand a stork shower given by Miss :\'Oil'
Diana Thomas, Mrs. JoyJohna,
her '
mother Mrs. Thomas Mrs. Carol Looney, and Mrs. 'IIt 'Il"j.HIill .
Colson and the mother of the
Jewel O'Neal at the home of
Mrs. J.K. I lardy was hostessat bridegroom-to-be Mrs. James the latter. /
a delightful bridge luncheon Preston' were presented "kit-

Friday or list weult atherhomoon .chen: klrsages". Corsages were presented to .'
East: Cail; Street honoring Sovonl games were played the honoree; her mother, Mrs. 'Iry .
Miss Jean Mundy.Arrangements and prizes wo of pink roses and Mrs. David Hartley. in-law, Mrs. Dorothy McCarthyupon
wore used. In tho PArty rooms. The refreshment table was their arrival. .
The 18 guests were seated lit covered: i with a bridal cloth,. The party rooms were decorated -
four tables covered with cutwork with the bunch I bowl at one end, with baby whatnots including '
cloths and centered with encircled"yrlth fern and IIUesofthe a large stork standingIn \ :Ir. ILi
miniature arrangements of pink valley. the midst of pink and blue ? long sleeve
roses. Among: the guests were The Circle presented Miss artificial flowers In which two
the honoree's mother Mrs. Colson with an electric: frying pink and blue baby bottles were Li sport shirts

W.B. Mundy and her aunts pan as. a memento of the Ooccatdt ,.placed.: ,..Other:artificial Cower ,
tale ,
Mrs. Guy and. Mre-Carl lio "" were a baby bassinet a CH R....... ,
arrangements '
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After several progressions covered with pink and blue 1 r $ .1.1Ly
bridge, four prizes wereaward- C. M1iWi s Home; : streamers held the gifts. 1 / 2for 7"
ed to Mrs O.L. Beasley, Mrs. The refreshment table cover-
/Is Scene Of F
Sherrod Hamilton Mrs. ClydeB. ed with a bee table cloth was
TerwUlegar, Jr., and Miss ; Dinner centered with a large crystal Choose from 10 patterns and 20
Paula Rogers. Out-of-town Birthday punch bowl. Matching crystal: colon! Sizes Small thru Extra Large.

guests wore Miss Rogers of '& dishes held pastel cookies: ,
l Mrs. C.M. Lewis Carps permanent press underwearT
Lake Mr.'af
City and Mrs. John Anderson ', mints and nuts. Another table
of Callahan. gave blt.ll\daydlnnerandparty law.".''2,11'
highlighted with a white brief .
was hirt.
Miss Mandy was presented Wednesday.:night of last week
sheet cake trimmed In
yellow, athletic
or
with a personal gift from her at their home celebrating: the $
with large clusters of yellow shirt in sizesSMLXL. 2 5
hostess as a memento of the birthdays of her brother, Lester roses upon which: was written e w -
and their niece
occasion. Leach "
"Baby McCarthy, and center-.
Assisting Mrs. (Hardy In Sandra Leach.
ed with a pink baby bank top
serving wore Mrs. S.C. Denmark The 2tt guests attending\ en- ladies
ped with a baby In diaper and Y i
Mr, t T.C. llazen Jr. Joyed barbecue dinner and
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graduation as a keepsake
and Mrs. Carl Hurst. blrttKa{t..cake: served on. long for the honoree.cap I fussy shirts
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tables on the lawn. Games were enjoyed duringthe I..U t. r

evening with prizes awarded .,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burks- ff ,
to Mrs.Le.O'NMlandMr. ladies bonded $
dale and daughter, VIcki, and Mrs. Ana Cotton Mrs. Car- Joy Johns. Pictures: and home pants
Carol Bloodworth spent last rie Crews Mrs. R.O. Ebnsby movies were taken of this de- 1 juvenile and boys
Sunday to Thursday at Chattanooga and Mrg.- P.T. NoUn visited llghful occasion 5' .M 2'? $5 o underwear
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and Gatllnburg Term. Silver Springs last Friday. retty IY..r OMCOpt
flints" . when if omtTt to IronIng. -
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girl's tops. Sizes 6-8W & Sizes8tol8, Regular, ;
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> Delightful Damasks Solid colors In no-Iron' Machine
t .. :ij omtn's ...--. In solids or two- Pot ester.. 58" to 60" multi I cototed: washable...
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l : H tote bass "a .- patterns. 21" *_?\\sia.

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I. Miss Evelyn Sinclair of FSU Mrs. Clyde Sinclair visited
R.v. and Mrs. George L. Mr. and Mrs. John Arthur Mr. and Mrs. Marion Harrington Mr. and Mrs Anthony Hill Mrs. J.K. Kite visited Mr. Local admittances to Bradford is home for several weeks from friends in Atlanta and Man
Harper and family attended the Reddish will return today after and children: visited re- and family of Panama City, and Mrs. Ralph Collins In Pel- County; Hospital this week summer school chester Ga. last Tuesday; to
wedding; or their ion. Rev. spending the summer In Mon. latives at Pompano Beach and and Lt. and Mrs. Robert N. ham, C.. over the weekend. Include: Brian Thomas, Mrs. Saturday.;
George Lea Harper. Jr.. to roe La. working on their mas- West Palm Beach over the Miller of Jacksonville: wereweekend ) Jessie Roddy, Mrs. Hilda Lee
Miss Ruth Turner on Sunday '. degrees In education at weekend.Mr. guests of Mr.and Mrs. Mr. and'Mrs. Wilbur Waters Claude Hardee, and Mrs. Mar- Mrs. R.P. McLendon Is visiting -
: evening at the Highland HA Northeastern University of C.G.HU1. visited llr'. and Mrs. Gary Wil tha Spencer,Starke;Mrs.Charlotte her son and family Mr. Mr. and Mrs. James O'Brian
': mock State Park open air cha- Louisiana. and Mrs.LaRue Williams Its In Homestead last Bees, Melrose; and Mrs. and Mrs. Jim McLendon at were camping at the Florida
Pol at Sebrlng. Rev. Harper and son of Ormond Beach will Mr. and Mrs. J.L. Bradley to Saturday Thursday Lavon Wllkerson, Lawtey.Mr. Islamorado for several weeks. Caverns State Park near
Sr. performed the spend the weekend little her and Mr.J.Y. Bradley attended Murlanna over the weekend.
On Saturday. Aug. ceremony.19. their; Mr. and Mrs. Gary T. Buck- parents Mr.and Mrs.R A.Col- a tiredly; reunion at the home Cleette and and Mrs. John Musso- Miss Gall Carter'of Columbia -
daughter. Miss Jane harper, ley; and flunlly. Randall McGee san of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brad- of .John.Bowling line returned Monday; from a S.C. and Miss Linda Keeneof
will become the bride of Don and Rachel William of Stark, Mr. and Mrs. Paul ley In Monroe Ga. Saturday. their graadparenU. Mr.visited and two weeks visit with relatives t GreenvUle, S.C were Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Robert 'Reld
Lewis at the First Baptist Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Pearson and Canova M': In Kazelton. Pa. to Wednesday guests of and family of Tallahassee spent
Ralford, and Mr. family and Miss Norma Mrs. J.F. Bloodworth aDIIdall8h..rl on Tuesdayal Miss Jean weekend and Mrs.
Church In Bedford. Va., and and family of Mundy at Klngsley the with Mr.
Canova Wednesday
of last
Rev. Harper Sr. will and Mrs. Frank Williams and were vacationing: \ at Ellen and Carol week. Lake. Frank MitchetT.
also officiate
family of CIrwatel'lpentFrI- St. Augustine Beach last visited Mr. and Mrs. C.W. :.A..n.. _- __._
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day; to Sunday camping: at Salt e'r
Springs.Al Mr. and th 1 I
*. Ronald Crawford and Mrs. Joe LeFever
eon. Kevin of Ocala spent last and Mike Stefanelll of of Plttsburg. ! Thursday and Friday with.her Jacksonville are visiting twit Monday to Thursday guests oX sley of Bathes City; were) Moo-
Mr. and Mrs Leo Champion. day and 1'ueedall\111.te of Mrs.
mother Mrs. W.H. Hart. grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. .
Henry Ste&nelll this week. 0.1. Beasley and Mrs. J.W.
Mr. and Mr. R.O. Cfcnsby: been Miss Ginger Baldwin who has Klncald. I I II

visited Monday.Jekyll Island Sunday and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green the attending University summer; of schoolat South Mr.and Mrs. W.T.Brlnsonof t t t 4 6 I

who were vacationing la it week, Florida Is home for three Valdosta were Sunday; visitors I
R.P. Jackaon of Danv1l1e.N.J. visited Disney World and Cape weeks vacation, of Mr. and Mrs R.V. Turner. I

was the Friday overnight guestof Kennedy. Theywerealsoguests ,
his mother Mrs. Margaret of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy; Rowe wick.Mrs. J.M. Vickers of Bruns Mr.and Mrs. John H. Ander- I
Jackson. Mrs. Jackson also and family In Sanford. son of Jacksonville and Mr. .
had and Mrs. S.G. Denmark,Sunday and Mrs. Edward Schwab: of
as Sunday visitors Mr.and
Mrs. W.M Jackson and son, Dale Baas Rex Sterner, Pam to Tuesday Merritt Island were weekend I I.a II

Doug, of Ocala.: Tucker Ellen George and Usa Mrs Barbara Harvey of At- guests of Mrs Myrtle Artier- -
Eland attended the Florida Baptist lanta, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy son. I II I
Mrs. William Fllnk and child- Music camp at Lake Yale Johns and family of Macclemy. II I zJrLi\ _
Mr. and Mrs.S.E.Shumanandson
near Eustls last woek.
ren of Jacksonville were Saturday and Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Hitch II
afternoon visitors of Mr., and Mrs. Daisy Perryman of Ron. of Pembroke. Ca. I
Mrs. Jamos were last Friday and Saturday
and Mrs. Carl Mathews. McNeely and Starke
daughter of Lakeland spent the Fernandlna were Beach vacationing last week.at guests of Mr. and Mrs H.L. I 'J x
7I 7-
Ricky Johns la'.pend1nr( two weekend with her parents, Mr. Hutson. : I
weeks, In the Grand Cayman and Mr..H.rbertThomas.They *
Islands In the West Indies as all attended a picnic reunion at Tilly no longer reveals Mrs. Charney Williams and I I 1 1I
guest of his Howey Academy: the home of Mr.and Mrs. Ar- whether she received her .Inside daughter Vicki returned Tues II
roommate,Jeff HIn thur Nichols at Crescent Beachon tips on International affairs day of last week after ten days I .
Sunday. at the supermarket or In Cincinnati. Ohio where
Mr. and Mrs.: PA. Parrlsh the beauty parlor. She says attended the funeral of an aunt they I Thousands sold at regular price!
of Atlanta are spending( a week Major and Mrs. Harold McCoy she Is entitled to protect: her Mrs. Bertha Meade on Aug. 4.The : :
with Mr. .and Mrs. MerrlttWU- and family Fort McPher- sources.
liams. son. Ca, and Mr. and Mrs.Ab- "

Mr. and Mr*.. B.W. Davis were doh Allvandl weekend and guests ion of of Tampa Mr. Pear Filled Surprises /( Nothing is changed but the price! !

of Crescent City; were Sunday; and Mrs. M.M. McRae.
visitors of Judge and Mrs.T.A. I /
Yawn Jr.and lamUy. Miss Lillian Stump of Starke I t ,
and Mr. W.H. Thomson ,of (i' I ,. ; ..- I
Miss Jayne Hardy of AtlantaIs Montlcello spent last week with ,Ii:, --=:;,- r f'11a! PfiSK I
visiting her parents, Mr. relative in Virginia West Virginia i! y
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and Mrs. J.E. this .., .
Hardy, woek. .iJ. .
and Washington D.C., .' ,.,". ..
Her sister; June will returnto and also visited Rev: and Mrs.WS. h .... \ _' i'' !- .....tIt.1'lO.: ., ..... ." '" \.."::--. IImO ,
Atlanta with her for a f.wmnnth' .. McAliley, In York S.C.a I .. \.........\' C'
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Individual servings of fruit can be quite IJ. .
elegant especially
i I when they! are sweet firmly shaped peara filled and garnished I '-1: IJ' t\ -- 11. tJ ( .

a !J r. attractively and nestled Dutch Pears into a crisp hed of lettuce. Quden Size ) I ()t; ;"X.\ ., :,7p; ; W; ( I II II

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: ./ : A canned Bartlett pear :2 tablespoons chopped Reg. 249.95 ,, 1 t 1 1t
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,, I cup shredded cabbage infract" Whip Salad SAL.E199.95set r: I II
5I S ti i run) shredded Cracker Dressing I .

I ,.".t\tl\" I. .,.. ,. .. it' '.'.**>'*- Cheddar Barrel' Sharp Cheese Natural. .."'i."..t\' ". ))... I King SlzeRfl. ( .\ \. : [( V' 9 5 I

Combine cabbage. cheexe and green pepiier.!' Add Miracle I f Nt j .
: 'I HAVE BEEN A BONDED: STATE ROAD CON- Whip to moisten., Fill pear halves with mixture. Garnish 359.95
with additional cheese. Serve! on lettuce leaves I ':= \ .
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SALE 289.95 J t '' :
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TRACTOR FOR 25 EARS AND() I FEEL Mallow Pear*
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0'canned Bartlett ear 'tt I -'ill --i ... Twin or full size I
i MY KNOWLEDGE) ; OF. ROM) Bl'ILDING.'' MAINTENANCE : halves!' | : Marshmallows. 4, 1// w: Mattress or box spring
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: : ; DRAINAGE ANI THE BUYING OF i ".I teaiipnon! red food Miracle Whip Salad I.... .
coloring Dressing I ... A : INt.ERSPRING! I
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ROAD EQUIPMENT: 'HILL BE INVALt:ABLE "
: tit: cup sliced celery .. "-
: IN THE MATTER OF. Ot'R COl' TY. I FAVOR Combine Tint pear celery halves marsnmallows in syrup combined and walnuts.with red food Add Mince 1 !P1 v ...... .s ""t'' I II

| COUNTY AID TO ALL i ii Whip to moisten: toss lightly. Fill pear halves with mixture.:
VOLUNTEER.FIRE Garnish with walnut halves. Serve on lettuce leaves.

DEPARTMENTS TO PROTECT OUR HOMES. i ii Cottage Pear
i A canned Bartlett pear "; cup cottage cheese

i Your Vote And Support Will Be : 't*, cup teaspoon halves pear green syrup food t a cup Dressing Miracle Whip Salad :-\Ji\ :(,,, \, ". "" ... ..... -It 1. ,.. ........ 1 {y. ,

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Over Clinic King! Size i'.Jf.."f'O &1.( .
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FINAL REDUCTIONS IY DOLLY REED WAGEMAN D"cfo', ,, f FT00.$400SALE Ii I
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Th.Cx.aon'J' i Each piece .
\ Fart Office 1 329.95 set ) Tw'r 'tut' '
ON J on Ii' r !' ".v cr size I
Mattio3/ or box spring
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Q Dear Dollyi Mr girlfriendsare

Air Conditioners and wedglei.walking I'd about like to on try clog the / INNERSPRING,or 6" FOAM RUBBER ,
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new shoe styles too, but might I
look silly as I'm a "big" girl. t .' "Fosm rubber sold In sets

A True: Not necessarily. Thick '/
Floor Models Demonstrators soles can be flattering to any jl ;,; '
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height length to because the leg;they however add II : ,, : Extra: Firm to support' your' back

Ono-Off-A-Kind you must learn to walk in !loT .
them gracefully. No clamping '
about please.. Practice push- I "I"tt; You will recognize this famous national brand that has been adverI

ing-off with I d tised In LIFE and other leading magazines. This lea once-in-a-life- I
the toes, and r "
CARRIER GENERAL ELECTRIC putting down S: I time sale of current 1972 bedding that will never be repeated. It is
the front foot sale In Florida .
4 on only.
WESTINGHOUSEAll posslbl.. as If I ..." I II

dark soles look wedge too a lea I Limited Time Only Quantities limited I II

New, All Fully Guaranteed your h.avy feet, on try I I II

some of the I
summer sandal I

with. pale atyl.cork soles. MALUNE GOLD LABEL FIRM
5,000 B.T.U. Demonstrator - $ 75.00 open-toed You may shoes be wearing this Summer.a lot of : ,


5,000 B.T.U. Beautiful. Deluxe - 126.00 Don't pedicure forget should that be part a weekly of the I
beauty routine. Use a pumice : Regular 69.95-0n Sale 49.95
stone on unsightly callouses ,
I. .U. Deluxe----------- after
15,000 I 265.00 bathing. If that's not
abrasive
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enough an emery
board makes a dandy utensil : i:" King Site 219.95 Set Queen Size 159,95 Set.
B.T.U. Custom for sandpapering rough heel. /
18,000 - - 243.00 Have
you been wanting to experiment
with the new dark .

22,500 B.T.U. Deluxe -" -,, - .. a 333.00 them red nailpollsh on your t...shades..A different? Try I II

shade on each toe might be

24,000 B.T.U. Custom - - 335.00 witty weekend and In pretty the sun for. .some Just I Q.-- Denmark Furniture Co.: Of Stares I
the thine to complement anew I
beach costume,or a skirt
slit thigh-hirh. Speaking of : I II
Unadvertised Model At .
Many
thighs, are they leyour.ttrrthe
long, lean legline I I I II
Fantastic Savings rani to create? Then startsh.ddlnj : .
excess weight fast. I I : I It
by drinking Slender diet food
SLADE AIR from Carnation in place oregular I t ,
SAWYER CONDITIONING / meals. Mixed. with
whole milk. 223 calories, or I
with nonfat milk, a delightful r 34-4-CALL ti. PHONE 964-5827 "ARKE.. FLORIDA; :
MADISON ST. 164 calories. j
322 WEST PHONE 964-7701 step in the That's right direction really a, _I.__4lia_________ __ ___________________ _
with or without new shoes.

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Days Freedom Lei To'Students Former Starke Woman Wins

S15.0oo in 1\la1azlne ConteAt BEAD1ll ',
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Ten days of freedom are left will react when school be- cember 19 to January 1. guitar and piano as hobbies
for Bradford County; student gins. 21 days after the new year Mrs. Martha tan rum Siefferman She of her -
was president garden
with school starting tack Au- Some students can expect> students are off while the teachers of Hopewell, Virginia club tail .
:year.
gust 28. new buses with four new ones slay In the classrooms for near Petersburg was an- Mr. Stefferman Is a civilian TOM RIVERS I
244 teachers started pre- coming In October. a planning day. March 2. Is nounced as winner of a $15,000 employee communications at
planning Wednesday for almost After tour days of school also set for a planning day. cash prize in a magazine subscription Ft. Lee. He also Is a University
4,000 students who will students and teachers will be Students will be off for sweepstakes.; of Florida graduate. The
be coming tech from the summer off for the Labor day folk y. fair day April 6 and then 10 Mrs. Slefferman, formerly Sleffermans; have two children 4 Is Ready .
sun and fun. Next break the students get days later get off for a week Miss Martha Landrum of Christopher four and Stephanie .
No change In bus routes has will be October 13. for a planning at spring vacation. Starke. is the daughter of Mr*.. one-year-old. "
been planned, but offlcals will day for the teachers. Of course what moat students Merritt Williams and the late
The $15,000 was presentedto
raact when the need arises Then comes Thanksgiving look forward to Is the Frank Landrum of Starke. Mrs. Slefferman at a press HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES!
for bus loads. With mobile November 23 and 24 when the last day of school which la William Capos, circulation luncheon.
homes and other new homes In teachers and the students get June 6. Teachers post plan- IMna.. Southern Living Magazine Southern Living magazine '
Birmingham
the county; some routes may a break. from each other. ning Is from June 7 to 12. Alabama, 75.000 subscribers in Virgin t 25TII DISTRICT
well have to be changed, according Christmas Vacation will last said Mri. Slefferman's name ia. The publication: was launched
to school offlcals who two weeks this from De- was randomly selected by computer -
year School ZoneOfficer's prior to a mailing distributed more six years than ago 800.000'and now subscribers goes to The 25th District Needs A Man With:
JXXXXXXXXXXX, over much of the south '
across t the :IiOuth.Mrs. .
this ENERGY
earlier year. .INTEGRITY
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Slefferman had a choiceof
ELECT A Pay Mrs. Slefferman did not subscribe
$19,000 or $100 a month for
to the
magazine in
the life and she took the large VISION a DETERMINATION
contest, but
Asked Of Bd. she sent in a card
amount to build a house
WORKINGBUSINESSMAN stating that she would like to

A proposal that the Bradford be The eligible prize tor winner an award.Is a graduate Civitans Learn TOM RlvERSgrew up in Green Cove Springs, attended the

School Board pay for an officer of the University; of Florida About public schools of Clay County(), and was graduated (from the (University ) .

Iv AS YOUR REPRESENTATIVEON to enabling patrol the school Starke tones Police thereby Department the ,Hopewell active: in area civic. aftoirs and has In TiresBob of Florida. He has! taught/ ; 'in the schools! of Clay and St. Johns

to employ anaddltlon- Counties. He is! married to the former Deborah Elizabeth: Brandt. She
THE !Milner local tire dealer '
al officer SW Voters League was' the'' guest speaker at is a pediatrics nurse at "Flagler Hospital in \ugusiine.. They have

CITY COUNCIL Police Chief Ken Fuqua! made the Clvltan Club breakfast two children. Stephanie. 2 ,cars. and Brooke. b months.
the bequest of the school board Hears CandidatesFor Tuesday'' morning and gave an

GROUP 3 Tuesday Chairman, August Rodney{ 8. Hall spoke County Judge tires Informative offered: to talk the on public.various As a husband: father and teacher. Tom Rivers: is uniquely' an arc,

for the proposal, saying the Milner showed cut outs and of of the problems facing this district. (dive the 25th District personal
discussed the construction
school board has authority to Twenty-five persons attendeda of representation. Send Tom Rivers Tallahassee.
the various tires. He told
JIMMY BOWEN hire a security; officer and he meeting of the new Southwest how to care for the tires and v
to
would be directly responsible
Community Voters League at get the best mileage from them.
the board.
the Monday America night and Legion heard homes three An exlbltian softball game will '1'011Iallts to answer ant' questions you may have l about his'r feel

(OFFF.RSYOU. .: After board member Johnnie candidates for County Judge be 3 played p.m. between Saturday the afternoonat Clvltan tugs and beliefs regarding the issues: facing/ our area and State He
Thompson said he favors the discuss their platforms and the Club and Junior Civltan Softball invites you to call him personal! at S2'M261.}
HONESTY. ENERGY. INTEGRITY AND EXPERIENCE Idea. llall appointed a com- new changes in the court sys team. Following the game
IN PERFORMING THE DUTIES OF YOUR mittee of board members HA. tem. Camdldates attending the both teams will go to Kingsley

COUNCILMAN. Lawson School and Supt.Charles Tom Sawyerand Caseyto Carl meeting Hurst were, and Paul Elzle Hutchlns Sand, cook Lake out.for a swim. parly; and ,Vote 'Tomas J. Rivers, II District 25

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with Chief Fuqua
I again
meet ers. Don Hill, In charge of the )
arrivedat I P.I. 1A.I".I
2 YEARS: KXI'KKIKNCK>> : : AS YOUR()( CITY with recommendations be presented to the board Tom Box president, presided program, urged all Civitans
to at the business session durIng to plan on attending the event.
j COUNCILMAN: In September. which Mrs. Elaine Grills
elected vice chairman.
\ 5 YEARS: I HUH\\ CITY POIICK() : DKPXRTMKNT : Fuqua said Patrolman'Felix' was The' committee appointed to'

Sapp, who has retired from the prepare a constitution: and bylaws ''y'%f r r: l::.'rn i :rr.r
Police Department and who has was instructed to' strell,
OWNS AND) (OI'KUATKS: OWN BUSINKSS.: been the school patrolman, will that each member of the group w. Elect '
for 950 will maintain his or her Individual ...:.:.
work the school zones ::
IMIM.OUK: ) : : AT T .nWII.I.ERlOTI:(; () S per week. Fuqua said Sapp vote since the purposeof ,
would be employed as a safety the organization Is not block I
THE CONFUSING ISSUE. officer for that purpose and voting, Box said. I

There will be 2 election on Sept. 12, City and would woik during school hours. Candidates for the City Council ; JIM TEMPLE
Fuqua said such a move will will be Invited to attend the t
County You will hove to vote at the Fir. Dept. In enable him to have another patrolman next meeting of the League'tobe $&
the City Election and then in your Precinct in County forotherdutlesandhelp held at 8 p.m. Monday :x*
In securing raises for the city Aug. 21, In the Legion home. I
Election. m
d',1. I'.I. Adv. )
police force. The. public is Invited to at-,,
tend. I IL SUPERINTENDENT I

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BranchRegistration r a4"". '; r;.; SCHOOL BOARD ;

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@ .' BRADFORD COUNTY i

o .. QREEN I Registration for Santa Te Junior m Si*

: .I.A. euzzy' JI. : College courses offered at l: dM "d Ines. i.- '+Ww e .w... iff
Starke Is scheduled :Moruko ;.. ., il ,.. I ::::
',\ugult 28,;;,fro-n: .::30-8:30( p.mj :;: ... ,,,. t
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at Bradford :MiddleSchool.: ;:;\Proven LeadershipIn \?_: {' "" :.:.: I
For'the first tlme.t the entire :: : ;jjj!
f CIRCUIT JUDGE tt I sue Stark schedule: for ; ; .1
:! (Over 6 Million Dollars Of School ::::
all three' trimester has been Construction'f;f
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published at the beginning of ;;; III Curriculum Design For \11 Levels Of Students :
8th JUDICIAL ':::: '
CIRCUIT ::: j j
t ,GROUP I the to Klein::academic: rd Jockel:year, ,director according of ::::: ,In Hiring Jualifted(, I \S ,Wells\ I I Certified I Personnel I .:.:.::

ALACHUA. SAKf, SKAD'OHO., CILCMMIST..tlVT.UNION the SI'"JC'tarke program. 'jj; !1 III Keeping\ I'areIItsUlllted Of Their Chills: School Progress :r'rs. ::::::
cou..TIII" This las' been done to assist s. In \ \ / H
1M Warm, Friend!)' ;\nd Helpful \pproach To I
I, t t students In planning their schedule ; TodarsHuh
\. for the entire year. Joe- ,:.:s.::: In Developing) Basic Educational: ) Programs ;j; /

kelllls.Courses l Sire t offered. each ::: I In. I Reducing/ Administrative Overhead() I Cost / ; nl's .:{.:..:.:.:}::::

t t Tuesday and\iThursdsy nigltts.: j f; In Keeping In Touch With\ :The Classroom !::;:r:

.Student may. take a total o: :!;!!}. In Developing PVRENT .Vnd COMMUNITY() ( I ;.\ppro\.cd Uru/ ;!'
: Programs
six hours.
I I All lnatructo i for Starke, ':M:} In Developing) .Vnd Supervising/ Wage' Earning/ Programs / 1'I'I'f' :::!:f

branch co-irsesi', taught at the ;!# (Jim Temple Wrote The First Project For TheIor\ I Experience 1M
:Middle School 5r. from Sl'JC\ ::
A .' .' in Galnestille ahd are highlyquallfied :fff!; Program in Bradford Coullt)-(hcr Students) EameJlone ifffffj!
t according to Joc el. 3 f \While\ 'Attending School Through. This 1jff!!
Project)
Only requirement enrollment ttii::1:;:#: 'In Civic :ft! !
t- : In SFJC Is a,high school :::.:.:.: \ffairs-Twicc Chairman Of The March Of! Dimes) Drive y

I diploma. 'I ::1::::::::}:::: I In Citie'Organuattons; +\icc I President' Of r The I Starke I Civilian; :::.;::!.::
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For information about registration i ;::::::

t I plicants or may course contact offerings: Director. ;:m\ In Professional Groups I
Jockel phone! 964-6093: at the, :::::;

affairs middle/ office school: st or Senor the academic Fe> Junior ::i:::' President Elect Of The \lachua Count). Principals Department. g:

u..1 College In Cialnu\"me"? :;%j; Elected To The Negotiation' i Team Of \lachuu Count .. :::::
tt "Our children ; .... '\ 3:ff: ) fff!;
are our most important \ Wt the crime rate, among ouch 1. First Chairman: Of Thelachua County: Curriculum (Council.
tinues to rise. Drug) ,pushers: in titan) schools coupled with the inability\ man) j ..'.m tf:::

people to communicate effcclivvlv with our )ouch means time i is running out. Studies THE BRADFORD .
fi%
Ashow that those ho become juvenile iMiinjuciit.s often become adult offenders later A COUNTY; TELEGRAPH 1:Jim| Temple Has Broad Experience .
/ We must hrcak the cycle to win the (fight i against crime. ; 1
'3:f:
/ Published. every ThurMUr. \ ff In Developing) 1 Programs 'That Deal \\\jlh\ Disruptive Students ::
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"A at Itt: W. Cell Street (Jim lemple
with
>ounicrr man one lenjetlu experience in houii. one MAO has dealt with younji, people \ndDcsigiicdTficFirstSoeial
i t and i i. .tWe to fffeciitely vommunic.ue with .. proven recorj ol ..I>,IIIY anJ.onrerncouIJ .U'.. Starke, Florida 32Oft.\\ j:::::+ Program, \lachua (Count( '.) \djustnicnt. : I ;ff:::
oonie "f( sheer children. I ask the vh.ince lo u ', The I ttl Ctr.' t f ) ::::
) i'Iue uu J Judge especially in i : In ::::
Juvenile Piviiion, i. the la i.:.el l rl.... to Io.cin.j Scccitd tfHU postage. said. Maintaining( a \NONONSENCF.ltitude. : In The Classroom: ':.
j A A at Stark FloridaSMfcMriptlon t%,!m r (Jim Temple Was :Named\ Chairman (Of The (Count Discipline 1f1f J
"Nine y..u' service in Circuit Covet .,nJ in the iu\enile, court of the circuit; hoe even me a Committee l) ) !f f1 .
During(The Troubled 1%IJ.70< School Sear
un'ue| p.r.p.'i..e. The post of public Defender has enponed me to many problem our justice Raters J In 1lachuaS : L
' system has that the *veMp,.e U*>.er t vilefe,. of .ervint| on many commissions .ind committeeii whose note reason for bemi. it to improveour '!.7{ six month. !:::: ;utitufc !In The Classroom: ) : 11t
iumice .,.Iem. I believe in out H)'..iem and want n 14 work better." t Outside trade area MJe ?!. In Believing That Public Education Is A t Right Forll Citizens ::::::;':
.a ,Pd. Pol. Ajvi 53. menth. :::::::r And That Schools :;;!f
six
per. year! \k1 > ; Best Serve The Society Of Which\\
... .wrl 0l BrA Y'f i : They' \rc ,\ ;::1:::
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'Jhen Operated To The
The'\ Xfe. Vecl Xccds! Of n.c .
L Ft: ( -Communit '
\ ::#: In Which! ) \ Located. ) y ij !

ili e ,In, ::;::::
'f' J Developing Screening Programs For Special Education
: Programs #}
RE61S7EK FOX \' :; In Developing Meaningful Guidance Programs. g
::::: In Developing A Sound Minor Sports Program }:j::!
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j In Not i:::
Making Promises He Cannot Keep.
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FREE j Elect A Man t' 10' :::::::
I Who Has Proven
CAR MOIILE HOME I Capable Of Strong Leadership In m

.A Time, When Public Education Is At The Crossroads'Of .
DRAW\\ING'VIC.. 31. 1972 \ .
hra+tin 1lR.llXGl'G.; 5..20.192. \ : Effectiveness!

\ou\ Do Not Have: To Be Present To Win II I. :::
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CHECK' 1973.4br12.2 Bd. [ Vote For And Support The Man ffl
Fully Carpeted Now 53.995.00 \ : Known For: ii
THESE 1972 .. +c12'- 2 Bd. 'With Central AirNow S4.37S.OO, \ .};

1972: 64x12 2 & 3 BJ. 1 &; 2 Baths Now $6.300.00 up t :. Gaffing The Job Done! ii.

BARGAINS 24 ".Ides.. Furnished I'nfurnished 2" 3 Bd.'- 9.600.0f.up! :
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FREE l-STAINLESS STEEL WATERLESS; COOKWARE\ GI\ E. WITH. EACH \ Elect ,I.. .. 'f.?
24 'WIDE SOLD) THIS: 'MONTH. -: ', '\ '. .,. .., ':; ,;.,*" ::
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10% town W. Try For Usd> M.b).It) HMRM> ft FeraltvreMOBILE > \ '' : JIM I TEMPLE :

c J Superintendent::
BLVD: :" ., HOME BROKERS 7p e1v.B aLANDINGD58117RDOSEVELT \ L
(pd, p.i. Adv.) :

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I 'T /'" i L Lr "I Minimum monthly social security The average monthly social Have a question about modal
I: ,j retirement benefits- security payment to a re security and its .retirement,
for people 65 and over-have tired'worker'is now ,U6-- survivor. dlubltltr .or Mcdl-
t Costs .$1 i Million Yearly l... I'i.,. Increased six-fold-from $10 more than five times the care phone benetttel directory Sao for your the telephone Ulo-
to $64-since the program amount paid in 1940 when number and address of
.Approximately, 17,000 began In 1935. the payments began. the.nearest social security offlee. .
pieces of Utter accumulate These statistics wen comt t
annually on each mil of Flo- piled after a roadside litter c,
rida's highway And 27,000 survey was conducted by DOT .
piece of Utter multiplied by 'as part of the comprehensive +
the total number of mile of Utter surrey by the Department I t Y
Florida highway equals a monumental of Air and Water PolhtI I
amount of litter. lion Control as authorind by i DRASTIC REDUCTIONS.On
Fortunately, this litter is the 1970 Florida Legislature. f'' ) .
picked up 'by maintenance Purpose of the Utter Surrey
crews of the Florida Depart- was to obtain cur rent Information .
ment of Transportation But It on the extent and nature r } All G.E. Window Units In Stock
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costs the taxpayers the state of the litter problem in
almost $1 million annually. Florida to initiate and develop A
This figure does not Include the a program of public education \ : ,
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litter removal fees' for parks, and Information, and I %, }
JUST COME
SE FOR YOURSELF]
beaches, and city and county determine the enforcement '
maintained roads. needs under existing law. ,
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LADIES I pRIG, SALE I ti it'1N AND SAVE

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PANTS SUITS 30,49 25,00 ,

BLOUSES SHORT SLEEVE 10Z .OFF i I

ALL LADIES JEANS 10Z OFF Winners of the Miss Florida Tobacco Leaf Beauty Pageant In Lako City Saturday *
night war ((1-r) Miss Beverly Hill of Jacksonville, socond runner-up; Miss Martha Buckley Deluxe I il Biipesf 1 !
(Ed
Stork, the Tobacco Loaf_ Quoon, and Miss Bocky Chamblitt, ,Lak City, first run no,.

SHIRTS SHORT SLEEVE 101 OFF up. Quiet Big i I Room Cooling I

PANTS DRESS TEM TEX lOX OFF Congressman:: Fuqua Praises Rural Act

PANTS WORK. 'TAN-GREEN 102_ OFF, ,
uuunu u -
WASHINGTON., D.C. programs and funds to encourage -
I GIRLS IFPIU I Congressman Don persons a year compounding
investment
in the the problems of "
our society
Fuqua said that the passage of rural sector.
Fuqua said. Thrust Control for
the Rural gentle
.' Development Act of "There has
BLOUSES SHORT SLEEVE 102 OFF been a The
1073 would be m milestone in migration of 30-mllllon Congressman said that "close-in"cooling or deep
over no cent of the
the development of rural displaced farmers per peoplein into room or other rooms
and rural
Florida now live in urban
MS America. people to urban areas since areas. Unique "Air.Wash"Filtration
The measure Is a new apt940 which has created a "This outward System
k proach to the problems of migration
SHIRTS population imbalance of
SHORT SLEEVE lOX OFF American society In taking continues unabated and much 1 10 Temperature
tragic
consequences for both. of rural America is left In
existing agencies and This Imbalance continues Selections
SHOES providing them with, today at the rate of 500.000 and poverty opportunity.without new The growth young 1 Ultra Quiet RotaryCompressor
people have no opportunity for '
TENNIS KEDS, a decent standard of living
UNIROYAL I 1 Smart
10% A FARMER AND BUSINESSMANBill and so set out for the city. I StylingSAWYERSLADE
BATA OFF Many would prefer to remainat r
PRICES GOOD ONLY AUG 10-26 slated.home if at all possible" he


NEW SHIPMENT JEANS CHILDRENS FOR BACK FLARE TO SCHOOL! LOCKHARTSTATE"REPRESENTATIVE Congress"This is has the really first time come that to Air 23.000 Conditioner BTU/Hr. $ 3 4 9 95

!grips with this problem and
GENERAL FARM&, WESTERN !given to rural Americans the
attention
they deserve. I
believe this is a forward
SUP LYL.ik step
496-6041 iitl r, Fla District 2Democrat$ which will encourage capital
.P.. .."I. A.I.., investment in the rural areas,
creating jobs and a sense of
AIR CONDITIONING
p_. =e-atat.+tt> reap aillsr 4 alll .e0'..0! alit attar! optimism in 98 percent of the
land area of our nation,"' he
concluded. 332 \W. MADISON 1 ) ST. PHONE.: 964.7701 STARKE, FLA.
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"t Efficient, Distinctive, And Dependable Performance -.

Of Duty Return, For Your Tax ,

I Dollar? ,

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' : DOLPH REDDISH :I


! A Has 15 Years On-The-Job Training As A Full-Time Deputy Sheriff t
Chief Deputy Last 5 Years. 1 A
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Is A 1969 Graduate Of The FBI National Academy, Washington, D.C.- 0
t The "West Point" Of Law Enforcement. MOTORSNobody 1 1




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Is A Proven Le.d.,.- A Man Who Can Take Charge. tt I
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t.oI DOLPH REDDISH t tt ourdEAls r' e
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t Has Completed Some Of The State's Best Schools And. Seminars; In the A ATCIEARANCETIME.' : '. ..

'Field Of Executive Development. .

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COME ON IN ANd SEE FOR youRself. -
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t Not Only Knows Law Enforcement, But Has, As A Police Instructor,

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0'1 Shared Funds N.el $25 9 X95 For Bradford



1 Bradford County' and ite rlda Department of Itet..... D) Each municipality'; population portion at sales tax collection mm par capita levy on real indtcatadt
munlclpt Ude. received925,395 "We have had splendid cooperation to state total population In state. for preceding fiscal and personal property assessmente. Counties! tfnth of cigarette
on August 1 FUrb '. Revenue from every, agency adjusted for certain i Actor :year .tar U5< % auto road.tax 4.1%.
the
I Sharing Act of 1972 new state Involved- otcfta. provided In law 3) Relative local ability braise and Intangible tax, 79.T6'kthe .
*
I monies In the form at. state Administration, League 2)Each based Amounts to be received from
municipality's: ; pro revenue on a one
MtmniclAUtles:11/17th
of cigarette :
Police Standards Council
IInInclal..lltance. ies. the Revenue Sharing Act for
It la the first time cities the State Comptroller, legislative state fiscal year 1973-73 tax 73.24 percent 8th
and counties have received such committee, and city; and will be derived from the following cent of motor fuel tax 26.76
funds from the state. Funds county; ofUclala." .... Woman Truck source in the ratio percent.'
from the revenue sharing\ program Flat monthly distribution to .
t first of its kind passed cities statewide 11001210. I
:I-;: by the Florida Legislature,will Counties received "..250,000tor
,: mean $304,747 in new moniesto a monthly total to cities Driver KilledA
OI.f:1:: ;.:11'. :\::.\ Bradford County; In flacal. and counties of$14,231,210. TheLegislature DeWitt :C. Jones Funeral Home
,1..
.: ,. 197273. Fussed urlmarllv maid appropriated$132.3 .
: 701.
million for cities and $39 mil.
financially lard pressed 45-year-old Starka native, way Patrol.
,I't I cities, the act will mean S254- lion for counties for fiscal 1972-. the only; woman employed by Dead at the scene'was Miss STARKE
870 to Bradford towns and$49- 73.Amounts M R 6 R Trucking Co. In Jacksonville -' Harriet Miller, 56 West Second -
873 to the county; over the next distributed were determined died early Thursday St., Jacksonville. Miss PHONE 964-6200
h 12 months on the bins of thethree Aug. 11, when her westbound Miller's trailer rig plunged off
't: mss: Bradford countyandltaIncor; : factor formulae included tractor teller rig plunged off 1-10 Into Rocky; Creek In Su- -
iL.JJ.L.llIsIL s porated towns received a total In the law generally as follows MO pinning her In the wreckage wannee County; the Patrol said. KEYSTONE
I of $25,395 In August payments : according to the Florida High- The rig first struck the guardrail HEIGHTSPHONE
: \ from the Florida Departmental County; formula factors near the Rocky; Creek 47.1-3176: :
Revenue or one-twelvth of the I) Each county's; populationto ,bridge, then passed through ft
t, \ total shared funds for 7273. state total population. and went down the embankment,
tt Under the revenue aha ring 2) Each county's; percentageof 1969 Family overturning and coming: to rest -
act financed by an eighth state total population residing In the,creek. .
!t cent at the state gasoline tax In unincorporated area*. Mlsa Miijer.waa aa.native, of will do good!'
'l O 12/17th) of the state cigarette 3) Each county percentage of ,Income ,Under Stark,. the daughter of Mr: This pleasure trip you .
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!tax Intangible tax and auto state ales tax collections for and Mrs. Fat A, Miller, now
road tax will produce the following preceding fiscal year. Fla. deceased. Her father was an
i FREE-SPIRITED COTTON-Here's how to go from sundeck amounts for area towns Municipal formula factor Average engineer for the DuPont. Co.
l to dining room with just the touch of a button. The and counties during flacal 72- here for many year f.O"1k".lA..GI
iI secret's a swirling, side-open skirt of cotton in an abitracf 73:
I black and white print that slips quickly over a Bradford County; $49,873Ba- Average family Income was An unusual person, Miss Miller
clinging body suit. For wind-tossed hairdos, a contrasting ker $40,123, Clay $155,354. and $6,905 In Bradford County; In was a Ucensed airplane pilot
cotton scarf by Justin provides McCarty.fashionable coverage. From Impressions Union 28772. Cities: Starke \ 1969, compared to $8,287 for and a bulldoser operator.She \\
$166,993, Lawtey $36,281 the .!ate. according to report learned to drive a semi-
Hampton $26,239 Brooker .-r: on the 1970 c.nsu..by the Bureau tractor and trailer In the truck RESORT
$23,665, Lake Butler 61. too r of the Census, U.S. .Department driving course at Bradford-
.. 694, Macclenny $99,546 Or- I of Commerce. Union Vocational-Technical
Elect :;::;:I J"Do Instructor Skel-
-- B rk $221.883.Green Cove Center Roger the
Far captfa Income for the FALL IS BEST OF ALL IN THE SMOKIESI! Enjoy peace
Mlsa Miller
ton termed
Springs 9137,654 Keystone an .
of the mountains. riot "I'cul.'r"! in mitunm.
county amounted to $2,012. the and quiet
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Height 266969. Ralford $!1.- "excellent driver and spoke .
1111MOXLEY .. refreshing, restful( nightsoiulcrlul':
report ahowa. crisp cool days :
693, Penney Farms $3,052 and highly of her ability; during the
Of the residents 16-yeara-of- food. Coma hack feeling/ fresh HH a hrc'IIf: you liKe
few weeks he worked with her
"Despite a rather complicated
rte procedure we are happym age and ov.rt'56.3 percent of The M R& R driving Job was activity there' square dancing. : !, horsebuck riding craft
t' have the mem and. 41.2 percent of making wilderness puck trips hear: and hour hunl bout-
anything for Miss Miller's second since
+ get these first paymentsout you graduating
on time," said EdStraughn a nickelr-lle'. Just got the the woman were In the labor from the driving course. ing, fishing-lots more! Furnished: cotl.igei., lodge., Rates,
YOURBKABFQitB executive director of the Flo- nlffles.:. force. Among the employed She first worked for I Redwing lower after September I 15- less crmeded.'i'rraa'rruli'n
37.4 percent were holding white Carriers, then switched to M R //'nlI"' 498-2211.
collar jobs and 28.6 percent & R. The truck she was driv'
.
{SCHOOL were government worker Send for
,
I was one pur
About 43.5 percent ,of the hosed specially for MI...Mu. FREE COLOR FOLDER: Dept, D8. Fontana Village, N.C
', BOARD MEMBER : HELP WANTED married women' with husband ler to drive.
* I present were In the labor force
Ben Moxley. : and 36.7 percent of theae wives

Will Take A Stand And Speak Up For What H. Experienced Heating And Air had children under alx. ELECT A BUSINESSMANKEEP

Thinks Is Right. And Against What H. Thinks Conditioning and SheetAPPOINTMENT Metal Personnel The 1970 census counted 14-
I Is Wrong. 625 resident In the county.; Including .
1.1 percent foreign born
Ben Moxley. FOR CAll and 2.7 percent native born with .BOB,
one or both parents of foreign.
Will Be Accountable To You Par.nts And Taxpayer birth.

Of Your School System. 964.8041 '
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Ben Moxley. Among the county's; Uk.448 SAUNDERSSTATE
Good Pay & Excellent Co. Inhabitant age 5 and over In ,
Does t Moj! Believe That Quality Education. Means Benefits '1970, 2.041 were living In a
Spending More And More Mon.y. different county; within the stateIn SENATORFOR
JI Apply hon.. frio 8 5 1965, and 1,018 in a different
Ben Moxley. state.There $STRONG LEADERSHIP
were 4,150 persona 3 .
Is Concerned For His Child And Your Children's AIR ENGINEERS, INC. to 34-years-old enrolledIn -' Your help is needed. II you can assist
Education. school, in the 25-and-older
population. 34.5 percent of the .1 I !in any way call 31$-.6336.P.P .
Starke Fla
::301 South men and 38.7 percent of the i flrwfri : .
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(Pd. Pot. Adv.) women were high school graduates. l. Ad Paid tor by (sita4C. Auit' i jq.gl.. $,
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WISH .ID SAID Young People Learn '

I 4' t''F ,. To Appreciate How u

THAT \J .f. Industry OperatesTo fiiQii il

encourage more young
people to understand the
world of business, the C.I.T. SALE
"The man \vfip won't loan Financial Corporation for the ,
money Isn't KOt/ig to have third consecutive year askeda .
many frienda.or 1' need number of high school news-
them"-Dale, Jloldridge, paper editors to be its guests SAT. & SUN. AUG. 19 20 ,
The Lanford (S. Dak.) Bugle for a day at the company's I lOAM -6 PM ,
M annual stockholders' meeting.!
"Few of have the
tunity to do UH greats,thing oppor*, but The young editors were invited 4 4I
of 'do r to enter an essay contest I
1 most in great/ us can war.-Elizabeth Hmall thing { with 'essays abouHhelr 'f THIEF COURTS t'
reactions. For of the
W. Spaldlng.'The' (Bard many
youngsters it was their first I
town) Kentucky Standard.
, contact with corporate officials MOTEL
"It'H, the man with a work Y and stockholders.
able idea who creates pro- A trio of professionalwriters 6 341 HIGHWAY 17 j
/rellil-not/ the fellow with a evaluated the essays. ,
theory."-Mrs. Gary Hlott Winner was Miss Isabel ORANGE PARK
The Pitken.s (S.C, ,) Sentinel. Kathleen McGinty, 17-year- t (1 blk. sou. of 1-295) t tA
old honors student at Mother
Cabrini High School in New EVERYTHINGMUST
York City She received five
5 Mti shares of C.I.T.common stock t
for her winning entry, "'ii- GO !
preflsions of an Ini' al: Stock
Experience." t, 9 10x50 MOBILE HOMES I II
When the was first
company II
FURNITURE & FURNISHINGS
listed on the Pacific Coast
Stock Exchange 100 shal'eMwe'e t TOWELS& LINENS II I
r awarded to high school ADDING MACHINES CASH REGISTERS
Ask valedictorians throughout j EVEN 'THESWIMMING
California, and recently the I POOL' I
Picker Corporation, a C.I.T. : t
Carley I subsidiary, awarded stock to
the highest-ranking science Come expecting a bargalp t
E. t .'
students the greater, Cleveland .. you'll get It I
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area.
Jobns. ..o .. as. gels. = sate

About This Question:

"A (careless act can cause
another person to lose his Elect ElZIE s.SANDERS.
Highl..hhi masculinity.and
result in a'''law 'suit for ,t4t
$100.IM> or more. The
usual $t 0,000 personal li-

ability policy Is no longer I Bradford County Judge
adequate.,t'anthe. Charley '
'i E. Johns Agency Increasemy A TRKE: IV I SUMMER Wk Rest
Qualified
.
Comprehensive personal COMSTOCK. NEB.. NEWS: !llturc'Ir (Conditioner, and Lovely Too .

Liability to $100,000.... market."There's It's a new called doll a welfare on the ;" I\'professional Training .
even $1.000,000 for Just a doll. ,You wind it up and it
H
few dollars more, premium doesn't work. How true! Cer Experience Counts
tainly there are people who are Nature Provides Air Conditioner
deserving welfare, and they Some Duties Of Your County Judge:
Charley E. should have it. But on the other
side of the fence are those who Trees contribute so much to our survival, not the least of which is cooling the air. PRESIDE) OVER: .
JOHNS ,AGENCY do not need welfare but apply All Criminal Misdemeanor Cases Not Cognizable; It) The Circuit
; and it The evaporation from tree that is watered estimated
get just to keep from single properly can produce an Courts
131 So..Walnut'.St.' working.There should be some cooling effect! of more than a million BTU's equal to 10 room-sized air conditioners operating :
Phone 964-5070 way to regulate this. ,Ml Violations Of Municipal And County Ordinances;
20 hours a day All Actions latIn \Which\ The1 Matter In Controversy Does! Not

------------------------------.M.................a Most suburban homes are best served by a medium sized tree with a maximum height Exceed $2,500.00, (which Include Many Cases Currently I) Handled
: of:10 to 40 feet .at maturity, and a total spread of f about the same dimensions. By The Circuit Court);
i FOR A STRONG I VOICE, .. :
: A tree of this type can cut down considerably on tho power requited to run enough air con- All Proceedings Committing Magistrate. .

.. ..,.. r... .. **.*..01;"w'nw' dilioncrs .to.cool the house. Especially placed to shade the side'of the house from,hot aftert .( <<::-., ... Proceedings: :Coroner; '. '
BILL "I' .t ".. ",, h'n.y4ii. '. :. :J\rid Other J Duties) Exercised: The /
--- er !'itirl t i 1rEi n umi.ct i a.fj J .. .' .. -.", .. ' Previously Ily) County,, judges :
t ;:, ft !Si. 'It \ <" :\f .. 1
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...,.. \ io yLrr} '.ar.JoGourtr"o.J\ ", ; { .. ; ,
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11 LbCKHARTf: Pro. erlpplacc! &c HI the yard, a tree is separated from the( hbuse.byTMasnce. eyUa\ Gr 'n, -- -rstt"4" ..
half its This makes the best shade and ( when Responsibilities Of County
spread cooling effect properly oriented with\ rela Judge: .
..', ..' '..,
-.
.. .. tion to the east-west path of the sun. Conduct All Civil And Criminal Trials By Jury; .1

STATE 3 Trees reduce all sorts of pollution, too. Figures from the American Association of Nurserymen Rule On The Objections And Motions Ofttorncvs During Trials!< ;

I i: m. indicate that trees are efficient dust trap s. Twelve million tons of particulate matter(dirt Conduct All Preliminary Hearings: \nd Determine If The Case

:. :REPRESENTATIVE( 2 In..the air we breathe) are released into the atmo sphere of the U.S. every year. Green leaves Should Be Transfcrcd To Circuit Court;,,.
t. catch a good portion of this. !During) Trials Instruct .Ml Jurors! A.s!.';To The. Law Applicable To TheCa
ss .
'' : HHL: LOCKHART WORKED : Heavy street traffic registers a noise level I of 70 decibels. Landscaping with trees can reduce
S the noise by about 60 percent according to a study at the University of Nebraska. Even the The Candidate Who:
One as a research assistant to then .
..: Secretary year of State Tom Adams. : noise of a nearby expressway can be softened considerably by a barrier of green. Hot Th. Logo! Training, Experience And Education . SANDERS
.
Two member of the Capitol StaffS .
: Commissioner years I as of Agriculture Doyle'Conner. : Others A FARMER AND BUSINESSMANBILL I It An Attorney . . . .' irJV .<. . . SANDERS

i Two years as Legislative: Assistant! to Senator : SANDERS
t s Hob Saunders : Say... Is Experienced In Trial Procedure AndRuUi Of Court .

: Justly
'HIM, LOCKHART( WON: : Can Assure That All Will Receive Before The Law SANDERS
.
The State Presidency: of 4-H. Clubs in 1962. SII.\\TI.I .:MICH.. PRESS: LOCKHART
: YOUR COUNTY
i Despite the best efforts of COURT 1 IS MORE THAN A TRAFFIC
Z The :National 4-H Club Leadership Award !In : narcotics agents,, massive COURT ELECT A PROFESSIONAL . SANDERS
: 1K! >;5 (This: is: the highest: award a 4-H Club supplies of heroin are reachingthe STATE REPRESENTATIVE ?ffi
member can receive) : rutted States. The traffic in District 25Democrat (Pd. Pal. Adv.)
heroin is so profitable that
=
The Stale Junior College Debate Champion : thousands of pushers have p pol Adv.,
: ship in 10Cl! ; with a total. Debate record of : become rich men flauntingtheir (
: 4:1 I:; wins: on10:1:1.: : S wealth in the ghettos. - --- ....-:::.'- - --

.. Six State 4-H Awards including Livestock : Payoffs to the police undermine ---------------------1

: ", JudRinp. Public Speaking Citizenship, : respect Ihe ultimate for law user and-the order.junkie-And/ I II
Air TOTALC MFORT SYSTEM
i Soil Consenation. Engineers
Achievement and .. has become the principal crime PLUS ./ t
: threat, feeding his S25-aday or .
t HILL LOCKHART WAS NAMED: : more habit by robberies and

Junior Conservationist of the Year in I960 burglaries that turn city streets ElECTRIC FUBNANCES
: .: into jungles even by da)'light. I GAS OX OILIFURNANCES t
by the Florida Wildlife Federation. The heroin epidemic has
.
Heat Pumps
e reached the point at which : WINDOW UNITS -AIR CONDITIONERS Wefrthartreiy .
: DISTRICT 25 DEMOCRAT : society is desperate enough to OTHERS I II
do anything to break the cycle." I

.re................iPJ....Pol....AJtO.................... We Guarantee"You An Excellent '

I Vj&pf-: ""* ..- Bto.. ":"., Ii" ,.
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Installation, Backed With Fine ,) 'A'r .I' :

f-tft..CAii. NOW ONLY TWO.Vii iiS.i fj..Vj..I t .' ,:;; t

Service At A Price Thats Right ., .

( ) MILDEW SPECIAL, COt-t-) I

'
fOt-t. :
OURlOTTO!
:
"KILL. IT BEFORE IT KILLS YOUR INVESTMENT" .: II .

STEAM OR PRESSURE CLEAN : II I ,

MOBILE HOMES HOUSES! : OMMERCI\L BLDGS. i I "Service First Quality Always" I tt

'I MOBILE HOMES . Wash & Wax NOW . 25.00 \ '
HOUSES . . W.IIs&Eov.s NOW . 35.00 : !Means What It Says t
Raafs . NOW . .. Si Sq. Ft. : t fI
i I.
S. 2 Story Hamas & Business Blags Larger Than 3 BR. Horn Extra Charga .. Let Me Prove It To You tt I

Z FREE ESTIMATES ON : .
.
Patios', Driveways Floors. Exhaust Svstems Paint Stripping! Etc. .: t CALL 964-8041 For A Free DON BROWN\ t tt
(Ha Jab Too Big Or Small)
Winner Of G. E. Monogram

1 .. CARPET SPICiAL .,1;. I '.. 3. Home Survey (No obligation) Dealer I Award I

{- .. Cooler't' 't.-'"%"T.l\l; ? a: ;, .. *'>
SAVE UP :TO 8< ,SQ.FT. .: For Warmer Winters And "' _I' ,
J' ,
Flat Rata Any,Corpot At Commercial Rota Of 8* Sq. Ft. : ,
i Summers Call Today!
: CALL ANYTIME AT 964-5771 BOYD SERVICE : t I

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j I i HAMPTON CRFEM.STAMPS StH


Area News ) F

1 L N J
By Evelyn V. Pow.tl$ yR


CITY COUNCIL MEETING
Anumber of residents wen
at the City; Council
meeting on August 8.
1 ?'
One Council member Fran. >1 ., *
d zF Everyday
; y
ces Wadsworth, was unable to l WEEKLY
attend because of Illness In her I .r,, Low
\ family. wl,' 'I I. ;,, t. SPECIALS!, Prices!
i The new !lights Installed In r

,t are the a City big Hall Improvement.by Fat Glover Further i 430 VEST MADISON STREET, STAJUCIm J SAVE W lTy'' t qR frJ

Improvement of the building rf
f Includes painting the interior -
and Installation of a stove t .... ALL VEGETABLE
; '
and refrigerator. ; ; r l w1 i;ci .
Mrs. Lillian Ingenlath was A 't 'co' SHORTENINGCRISCO
celebrating her birthday and the
I group her.sang "Happy Birthday"to

The next meeting is SeP-
tember 12, at 9 p.m. In the
Hampton City Hall

Limit 1 shortening el ch.lc.with $7.l0 or more'
ELECTION
September 12, Is election day ; tie purch.i.excluding{ cigarettes
for the City of Hampton. If
you wish to run for an office,
qualifying forms are available -
r
at the Hampton General ,, i1'N ASTOR SAVE
Store from Mayor Bruno. Kv i r : Alt VEGETABLE
These forms must be com- 21c
pleted and returned to the SHORTENING 3

Mayor. by September 1. EF PEEP! __
to dale SAVE sic
," Those having qualified 'LB.
are: "'orMayor Arthur Bruno;
For City clerk Evelyn LB. CANCAN
Vaughan; For City Marshal, J t. 3 48C
Ralph Vaughan; For City Council
Grace Beal, Frances
Wadsworth. Don 11111,Josephine
Fonmlne, Ted Curtis Sr. and ; .: % e r.n ;' JUMBO KLEENEX SAVE 2,e 0 ASTOR
Lillian Ingonla tho + t'} d ';'1)) Towels I 29C Coffee 'I.LS. 58C
''J C .ou' CANo
THIS 'N THAT limit 1 w/$7.3O or more purchai.oxcl. cI...
"' PIA IS. SAVE lit HUNT'S
Misses Cindy and Diane Rho- .r7 ; a
41ry
1 ''i" .,. < DEL MONTE CREAM STYLI OR WHOLE KERNEL,,
1OQ
after |
den lave( returned home a t
visit with their uncle and aunt tL'L'f r; Ketchup .414. IWW Corn 4 .CANS:: $1Boneless OO
Mayor and Mrs. Oliver spin- . .
wall Jr.and family In Atlanta, : ARMOU. ((5. Ofr) DEL MONTE EARLY OARDEN.
i% Ga. A highlight of their visitwas Treet '2 12.oa. $|00 17'01,
a trip to Six Flags over CANS' peas 4 $100}
j.f. Georgia. W-D BRAND USDA CHOICI . CANS
SAVE 20e THRIFTY MAID

,; Blarcon Mr. and of Ramsey Mrs. Robert, N.J. were Van ROLLED A Catsup 5 'BTLS.IB ;: $100 1 Barbecue 15.0.
I guests of Mr. and Mrs. William r .35c
Trlnks last week. The ?
rv. r SAVE 40, THRIfTY MAID,
BLu-cons. enroute to Inspect (u.s.CHOICE; DEL MONTE TOM"'TO"
d' their newly purchased Florida U C Tomatoes 7 CANS $100 3 #j00
t' property, will visit the Trlnks . CAN?
1 on their return trip. WM. mm mm mm ntROAST SAVE 9e THRIFTY MAID LONG GRAIN '
;, Mr. and Mrs. Edmark and 'p 0011 PINEAPPLE ,
family attended the Ford family II.- i Rice 3 PKG.38C I
reunion at Otter Creek I ., j0*ce 3 CANS 100
last Sunday. SAVE 2.. SOFT WEVE BATHROOM"
Mrs. Lillian Ingenlath left LB. 2 ROLL DIXIE DARLING FAMILY
on vacation August 9. She Tissue 4 PKGS $100' Bread .r.: 22'
plans to visit her daughter-in- .. ..
law, nosey, whom many of you SAVE 30. W.D BRAND PURE SAVE 23c "ARROW BATHROOM .
SAVE ?c DIXIE DARLING DINNER
will remember, In Claremont, 'Ground Beef 3 *1"'FRESH Tissue 5 PKGS $100 p 90
,. N.ll. l fhnbury, Coun., and Brooklyn . I Rolls. 2 PKGS.* 39c
#
N.Y. are also on her agenda -
.
( BOSTON BUTT SAVE 4J. ASTOR FRUITPork
J Hampton.Mr. .before returning to r Steaks HIS. $399 Cocktail" 5 = $100 SAVE 10. 1201
Y and Mrs. Lynn Hall and . e DROVER S fru derV I : szeJ ; 59c
j granddaughter: Peggy Crawford . 1 .. .
{ SAVI 40c W D RAND USDA CHOICE BEEF BONELESS ASTOR INSTANT'

I j 'y the Bedford,show went Lake.by fishing catching. Peggy Saturday a stole five at 'Y.el mon ico Steaks: f*.>. .PLS: $189 Coffee :, .Mfl\ jAAly} : .129 ftfmdtoesV' t 4 P.r': !. L"Jt39-: : r{ .

{ pound bass. USDA GRADE 'A' W D BRANDBaking 'J DIXIE NOM .

I;, of Rev.Lake the Minshawand Butler Hampton were Mrs.Brown Christian visitorsat Hens . . LB.49c Tea Bags. .PKG49C: Bak-A-Tate HOLLOWAY HOUSE 3 'Us $100 1D 1

Church last Sunday evening. SAVI tic W BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF KRAfT 1000,ISLE SALAD
..
\!I The film,"congregation"Now that lama enjoyed Chrls-a Chuck Roast . . IB 78 C Dressing 3 is: )00 1 Onion SEA'AK Ringss' 79C'
Han, shown by Pastor James
I Sliaw. SAVE 1I< WD BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF

i; Jacksonville Mrs.week: Annie with, Mrs.who Turlington Jessie Is spendinga Mae of Chuck. Steak . . LB.88c Charcoal 20 .:a 88e jimela3e"T[ : : !6 CANS's 79c

SAVE 21e W 0 BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF BONELESS
Sparkman last Thursday in Gainesville in Hampton spent with Plates I"". ', '
Shoulder Roast $118
88c'"a..
Mrs. Clifford Prevatt. The . .. LB. $189
I .
women, who 'are all sisters, H.e. PKO.
W.D BRAND BRISKETS BONELESSCorned SAVE He DEL MONTE< W/PB ACHES OR PINEAPPLE. ORANGE
also visited with their brother, $ 1 9 LEMON OR STRAWBlAAY.S( 01..SIZE) W.O BRAND BEIF
Avery Donnlson, and and Beef 1
I., a friend Mr. and Mrs.Mrs.J.G.Edward Adklna.wife Sow- RIP LB Gelatins 2 PKGS.88C: 'c: Steakettes 2 -LSJUMG $199

yer and sons of Miami visited DAWN FRESH MUSHROOM W.D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF RIB

I Mr. and Mrs. George Davis Honeydews . . 2 fOR $100 Sauce scVN. 10C Steaks 5 LOVE' $749
this week. Mrs. Sawyer and .
Mrs. Davis are sisters, for- IIEOLESS .
merly of Starke. SAVE 18e CRACKIN'' ( ) WO BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF BONELESS CUBED

Roger!Urazeau Bitley, of Palmyra and son Mich Donny Grapes . . . LB.39c.. Potato hof9'S)2IN':PEGS.: : sl 1 Steaks 5 OVER $gW 98

are visiting Mr. and Mrs. HARVEST .
DIXIE CRYSTAL D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF NEW YORK ST.

the George Mrs.past George ROdriquez weekend Rodriquez In and Pensacola family.spent- Fresh. Peaches . LI. 29C Sugar . 5 ::: 58' Steaks 10 1 a.: $998
SAVE 10. TASTI O' SEA LARGE
with Mr. and Mrs. Walter 1601 BATH SIZE SAve 7e WeD BRAND HICKORY SWEET

Holllfield.(bath tub races They In attended Pensacola.For the. O Fish Sticks .UT. PKG.' 79C Dial Soap 5 BARS. $1))00 Sliced Bacon LB.78c
the benefit of those who
SAVE I7< FROZEN FRENCH FRY REGULAR OR CRINKLE
never heard of bath tub races,

that steel they bath will tubs float are and fixed are so Potatoes . . 3 -a8 i. $100
'
paddled through the water. GIANT DRIVE
It's a benefit for retarded
children.) THRIFTY MAID ICE MILK OR I ) ti
Sympathy Is extended to Mr.
and Mrs. Marklee J. Norman SUPERBRAND SHERBET OR S -DETERGENT
and family in the loss of Mr.
Norman's father last Sunday ) .

morning. Limit 1 with $7.3O or more hai.excluding eiyerata
CREAM pur
Senior Citizens, don't miss I ICE .# r. lnxr
your next meeting on 'August '
18 in the Hampton City Hall
at.7:30 pm.Head.
SAVE

Start 2T49oz.
,
HALF -
ApplicationsAccepted GALLON r


NowThe 55 ) PRO.I ..


full year Head Start program
sponsored by CUEB Eco l JR u r Mt'
nomic Agency, Inc., Is now accepting y t

applications for children .......... ..... .. ............... ........
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to enter the next program
starting. November 1. ;
The child must be at least I I I I I I I I I
four years of age before Ja... 1, ... ; ; (
1973, or five of .. M wtn*IHWI* CWIMM Ml.MIMM fl M 1
if
years age CAN ONE CAN 1 ONE 14-01. BOTTLE TWO 11.*.. PKOS. 1 ONI QUARTER LOIN I .
not enrolled In kindergarten. ..BEACONMop D CON TEXIZI ,' f CRACKIN' GOOD SLICED / '
Applications will be taken at / F & Olo /1 1 1 P4 Perk ,
::1 Insecticide Spray & Wash 9R Corn Chip Chops I
of the
any Neighborhood Service Mt.1: GOOD THRU AUG. 23 GOOD THRU AUG. 23 GOOD THRU AUO. 23 GOOD THRU AUG. 23 Z"1 t GOOD THRU AUO. 23 1 '
Centers of Clay. Union, 1.. U Nh.w j No. L: s..N..n 1. : NO. 3.r*mj.tac.1< MM w.itJfK ".
Bator and Bradford Counties, ".........No.-.. FU1.. .. ....... ..... ../.....,f-. ....... .... -... .. ... ....... ......... ..... .... _.-.... ... .. .
and at the Head Start :
offlce loaded ---- -- -

at 134 N. TemDl Ave. in EX-TRA. i EX.--R i EX.-RA. i EX.--R" EXrRA. : fa:, .
/
Stark For more Information r p

call 9648342. ,S I I VIVM .*W.M GREEN.pNIM STAMPS AM.WvMMAM M I I ..1-x.M_GREENSTAMPS.... LY.1. _........M I 1 I .du.... .._GREEN. N...M..Y STAMPS KNwY N + I _.1-x.....GREEN...*.....MM STAMPS MM1 MtlMIMM M : I WOW.1'Ji.W11.GREEN_,_STAMPS._.w...... /1 ,
Anyone knowing of children / TWO !.... PKOS. W-O BRAND / ONI 44S. DARK MEAT / ONI 12.PK. SUPIRIRANO ICI i ONI 32-.*. Sill ONI SIX PACK *.!. /
who would be eligible for Head YOU CHOICE OF' SUCID h/ SHINANDOAHTurkey CREAM SANDWICHES OR SALUTO 1 Aei ASTOROrango :
Start are asked to notify the of Lunch: M.at Roast !Ice Cream Bars Party Pizza 1 Juice ;
flce, or any; of the Ndghb.rhood t'om 0000 THRU AUO. 23 4 U: GOOD THRU AUG. 23 0000 THRU AUO 23 i GOOD THRU AUO. 33 A t"EtZ 0000 THRU AUO. 23 1No.
Center Workers so that O .f ll tWl WIMM BI : No. 7.;.........._.__.,. : No.8., ..........__..... N.. 9........... _...... 1 No. 10.,,..,.? .,.....,. 4
the parent may be coo ctlld. ............................. t.............................. ............. ................t..t

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Committees Urged To Back Spending Controls 'HEY-LE'TSPUTON THE BRAKES FIRST! POTATO CAKKS
medium abed. ".."In..n I ....rath!,ebuumm,
Wat Himet potato nutmeg and stores
An all-out effort to control ceiling encompassing all 1 budget > markets." Ap S nip***cr )V. rap tMikmnOk
federal spending and elimI- expenditures includingthe era! government In the last 1 op bttUr *r' mariarUi 1: aniiar .mw.ril. ....
Capital FormationThe **** *\8: atrhed
nate low-priority government so-called "uncontrollables. decade tofiscal 't. I cup. fitted aU.- flourt '1 top. vanilla
programs baa been proposed ." recommendationspointed top. Iwkmf powdery I,clip chopped walnut*mtuKANDMVS
by the National; Association The NAM urged the plat out that this requirestax 1972 ten wxU.. poseur,
of Manufacturer in recommendations form framers to support pub- rates and a tax structure ment a a'v r! I nilPeel
that encourage capital forma- anifdlc* potatoes; cook In bolluit salted water I owed
developed for the lic policies that encourageproductivity about 10 ream. or untU Under. DraIn and mash: cover" and .keep
Platform Committees of the improvement, tion and productive new investment and warm over very low Iwat Cream coast and.shortening until nun*.
major national parties. true Beat In raja one at a time besting well after such addition.Corn-
which the Association said is bin flour with baking powder'. ""od.. colt and. eploss. Add altarnitolX
The NAM also urged the "crucial to real economic "The federal revenue gain with buttermilk bmlmg )lust to blond Mouun. t cup
committees to support enact gains at home afffl! our com- from economic growth should In mulled potatoes and. add along with melted chocolate and
not be encumbered In advancefor vanilla peat to blend. Stir In nuts. Turn Into :3 I argued Cinch
ment of firm
a expenditure petitive position in world layer cake pani Bake! In moderate oven ((3SO degrees F.J 20 to:JO
....---- -- spending, but should be that minutes frost as desired.
-----------, largely earmarked for tax
t i & F Efectriol reductions," the NAM said. fully." N
& Equipment. Ce. I "With the Revenue Act of
I 1964 the 88th Congress madea
f Complete Wiring commitment to encourage t.- There It No Subutitute For
Repairs
of t growth of the private sectoras Successful
I Industrial, Commercial and Residential t the bade source of eco- cONGRESS Experience
I AND USED nomic progress for all groups.
CONTROLS
MOTONEW AND We believe that this is an appropriate ELECT ;
SWITCH
I EQUIPMENT time to renew this

I 24-Hour Service commitment. : i REFORWI \ CARL
r : HURST ILA'
'. Phone Keystone 473-3755 Fiscal Responsibility p.h 4
M C. tfJubba( t The NAM emphasized that Itl
t.---------------1: the fiscal history of the fed- I YOUR

__________________ : :\
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BRADFORD COUNTY JUDGE
t Decrease

f Crime Rates .

THE Ihe only candidate with 51'= years experiences
any : serving you as your Municipal: Judge.
t. CUTTING IS CHIT CAL NEED
; for In ?J. \ man of proven integrity and 12 years

i'I' ..' every .. are numerous. prop oHuln bring preaeiiteil Conr..d..ral leadership in city KO\crnment.i .
en's Stag : for ""reforming"/: .. I lax system.This Has: I keen conscientious: and impartial in

light ter:, 24-Heur -:: caring( ; out the Judicial responsibilities while
.I-! '
fs J I ud i c.i .
Protection U the beautiful time of
*kuie.h the year when the syndicated i A man whose office door is always to
open you
brains of Washington retire to
the
bout their rural retreat to live us :}:. people.
news flashes about how unim- >}
Resident of Bradford County for 18
\ portant all their ordinary years.
I ? news Hashes really are. i ,H'4 (Pol. Pd. Adv.)
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/ Strict Law Enfarcoimnt m.ditatd.

': With Common Sense Service :' \;(; I WON '

I SI I : 1:4 I INST\LI.\ ION(

TP) DEPEND; ) I tflRST PRIZE]
ON I 964-8)63)

:"It's The Man Behind The Badge !Work t ON MYRHUBARB < ;

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: That Counts" ( PIE $t *9tH b. ny'

ELECT ( : ) ( ,\l.LIKES! { a


Maxie CAR TER.iu? ,Sheriff J23 de''p' : : .. .. .
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.- YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT WILL' BE DEEPLY APPRECIATED _... .

(Pd. Pol. Adv) 3't. -j



J j Everyone Has Talents). .

Santa Fe Community College
: That Should Be Developed, Not Wasted. Start Saving

FALL TERM Now For Your Youngsters To Later Help Develop Their

t Music, Science, Or Commerce Talents Whatever It
Sept 21. 1972 To Dec. 14, 1972 I II II May Be.
I
I It
This Schedule Lists All Offerings Of The College! t The Middle School In Starke, .

t I For Furthur Information Concerning>' Offerings, Please Contact The Academic t tt : FIRST 'FEDERAL

t I Office, iiines\ille.( Florida.

t S.pt.mb.r 21. Cia.... Begin Sales! and Service I Welcomes Your Children's; Savings Accounts!
I f' Nov.mb.r 23.24 Thanksgiving .

December 1 14 CI a... End .H T.Tu..day Motors I
,,I -Th.rsdov.
Cause Have You 'Entered Our Sizzler Contest?
Na.-Sectlon Nom. Period Days Room
I IBE VOLVO When Will It Reach 100% First Between
100.62 The Ind In a Changing Environment 9 T Starke
SA 160.62 Basic Accounting 9 T Starke I Good Used Cars Now And Labor Day?

PH 200.62 Introduction to Philosophy 9 T Starko .. St. Pb. 338-554: CLIP & SEND IN NOW
SE 100.62 Th. Scl.ncel 9 T Starko """"* y
EH 214.64 Survey of English LIt.rotur. 9 H Stoke ELECTRIC ENTRY FORM "A" TALK TO THEPEOPLE
275.64 Intra. Real E.tat.
BA to Principles 9 H Starke
And Practices Brother. Enter The First Federal Sizzler Contest ATFIRST

PO 171.64 Introduction to Political Scl.nce 9 H Starko Co.,
I think the temperature will reach 100 decree\ on the
PY 220.64 Th. Study of a Child 9 H Starko
FEDEKLBOLT 1.A.M.
.motors Starters Ffrat Federal Tim and Temperature Sign on:
Regulators'
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\ : CUTESI'AT ( :
WINTER TERM I ---_ TRUCK ___ P.M.:

J I .January:: )' 2. 1973 to March 22. 1973 4 Lenox DIESEL Av. Jan. MONTH DAY HR.:'" MIN.' '" DETAILS.

January 2, 1972 Cia.... Begin T.Tu.sdoyr' 381-2528 r .....
I March 22, 1972 Cia.... End H-Thursday O
I i'EpEgT
I Course' IAIIA PIANOS DATE NAME SqV
y
I and KIMBALL
No-S.cUo" Name Period Days Room ORGANS

BE 100.64 The Ind. In a Changing Environment 9 H Stark.
BA 101.62 Introduction to Busin.ss 9 T Storko ADDRESS TELEPHONE
BA 211.64 Principles of Accounting 9 H Starko CLIP AND SEND IN NOW!
ES 201.62 Principles of Economics 9 T Stark.
I EH 103.62 Basic English Composition 9 T Stark. (
HY 201.64 WOIt.rn Clv. to 1500 9 H Starko
hG 101.64 EI.m.nt ry AI.bra 9 H Starko .

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Woman her car to find both men gone. I I' 5-6 and weighs ISOto 165 pounds.
Bilked. i Willie Johnson descrlbedas last seen wearing a blue shirt
City Pay Hospital Funds a colored male with a fair coil I and checkered pants.
(From Po,. 1)gave )
IJ.P. Ra>laea l - _-... .
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It to behind AndreWs Johnson returned In around -
(From Pag 1)) Drug Store ten minutes and told Mrs.
BRIGGS (From P,g. l 1))
I He then told Mrs. Chambersto Chambers that she could go to Elect
wait there while he wentto Mr. Otto and get her money.
ENGINE war Cooperatives and cities to finance construction cost one mill, as they had agreed a Mr. Otto, who he said Mrs. Chambers waited Inside I
: 21" together to prevent possible of the expansion. last week. The agreement will was head of the meat department Wlnn Dixie for approxi- a
black outs in the future and Meeting until 11:45 Mondsy be put on record at the Sep of Wlnn Dixie, to get It mately thirty; minutes to be
CUT hopefully reduce electric night the commission,after long. tember 5 meeting, the said. counted! !In his office. rewarded before returning to
rates. discussion, agreed topJeOge one
It la the long range plan that mill, $54.584, the MOW amountIt .. .-.............---....,.....
all power companies In the pledged the previous week, Jiil i'.iHHiinm: Jesse
southeast will be Joined to- plus the 15,000 It IBs beenelvInIf Rally. .
And
Retmonublenett"
,NO. gether. the hospital. It was agreedthe
Councilman Orle Wiggins said extra mill would be pledged Back Into Our Government"
16172 that he thought it would be well for the duration of the con- (From. Peg* |1))
for the city to be af 1lla tee! struction. It will not. the com- Vote
with such a group. It was Ms missioner.Indicated, placed minutes to speak. f
motion that the city; join the In the hospital's operating budget Five county; races are on In
group. The annual. fee to Join as a yearly Item. Bradford. They are: j FRANKWILLIAMS
the group of Florida cities Is Architect Raymond Graham County; Judge- Starke Mayor
$300.In of the Gainesville film of Carl Hurst, Vo-Ag Teacher
# i other council actions: Moore, May, and Harrington Paul Hutchlns, and Attorney
Councilmen Nell Tucker, explained cost figures for the Elzle Senders.
f Orle Wiggins and Billy Noegel SheriffMaxle Carter Jr.,
foot ex-
were Invited to a meeting of proposed 8,500 square Florida, Power & Light em- HOUSE OF REPRESEN'TATIVESDISTRICT
the Southwest Community; Voters pansion. lie said the Improved ployee; Jlmmle Clark, former JUDGET.
League and asked to talk diagnostic area facilities will Starke policeman and Highway 25
on their candidacies In the up- cost$277,078 at$36 per square patrolman! ; Tom Crawford, Inspector .
coming city; elections.The foot. Half of that amount, or with the Florida Department A.YAWN'
council voted to acceptthe of Commerce; Dolph Bradford County Has Been
resignation of S.G. Denmark $138,539, can be Hill-Burton Reddish, chief Bradford deputy;
from the zoning board with deep matching funds, Graham said. sheriff, and Jennings Starling
regret. Denmark now Joins Auditor Crippen stressed that Graham farmer Good To Ale! CIRCUTJIDCK;" (GROll'b; (
ranks with John Torode and to secure Hill-Burton funds the School superintendent-) -
Herbert Green, who have resigned Federal government must havea cumbent Tom Casey, PrincipalJim
SAVENOW from the board In recent firm payback source, such asa Temple from Brooker, and I Am Not Taking Home Folks There's no need to wonder what kind of .1 tlJ/c/(

weeks. Still remaining on the pledge of millage from the DCT Advisor Bill Costello. I'll BFcome.M _.
board are Arch Thomas Sr. county.A ; School board, District 3-Arthur For GrantedI
and Mrs. EA. Wall. foot Holllday, medical technician I)' record of 20 )cars as CountuJ: | e of Bradford
-City Clerk Merrill Edwards 3,500 square complex and Ben Moxley, duPont
; Jiulne 11M.
Informed the council that revenues of three doctor's offices and engineer. County) slums what kind of & I
from the clgerltte tax adjacent belittles Graham County Commission District I \\ TO BK: \'01)('K REPRESENT\TI\K: ) I
21" Toro WhirlwindW. said, will cost $162,848 all of
showed an Increase In excess Incumbent Zedra hamilton
Hov Had To Price of $1,000 this month. He also which must be local funds.That Russell Green of Brooker, and; NEED!) YOUR: VOTE :\M) SUPPORT. IIOPE TO There' No Substitute For Experiencepaid
At 109.95 Previously brings the total construction road contractor Dave Paulk.In .
told the council: that the city'sgeneral
fund was overdrawn;by of costs which to $339,387 a proposed must$477,926 be local addition, candidates for the SEE AS M'.\XV OF YOU AS POSSIBLE. ( for by Campuign Fund of T. A. Yawn Kotmrt E. Firth Tri M..)'
SALE: I I. District 25 Florida House of
DS little over $5.00 this month hinds. l iPil. Pol. Adv.)
and funds to pay this was trans- Representatives seat areFrank
fered from the power plant The commission, with the Williams Starke; Attorney -
PrepareNow system.A hospital board present, as the Thomas J. Rivers, n, St. Johns ---
bill was presented from officials to come back next County.; The district Includes
For Fall Custom Signal Incorp. for the Monday night with a source Bradford Clay and the nor-
i radar units now being used by of financing for the e1CP8 BIon, thern half of St. Johns Counties

Hardens(; & "KlowerheJsStcrlicd the City; Police. Action was Chairman Roberts as the hospital EVERY HOME SHOULD HAVE
refered to Mayor Carl Hurst board officials to figureon Bradford County; Judge Theron -
and he was asked to check In financing $300,000 over a A. Yawn has given up his
COW to futher,.leasing, of the equip 10-year period. At that time seat to seek the Group 4 cir
mont. Roberts was speaking under his cuit Judge's seat In the eighth
MANURE -Before1' the meeting was a suggestion that the county; Judicial Circuit. The Group 4 ONE .OR THE' OTHER.
over, a silent prayer was held pledge 1 1/2 mills to the hos- circuit Judge's seat is also
for Ur, A.J. Barry after It pital. sought by Gainesville Attorneys .
Weed Free was learned that his conditionwas Herbert T. Schwartz and
Hc/ worsening. The hospital officials agreed. Andy Adkins. ,
40 Lh. /{ | 67 Speaking for the commission, The Croup 5 circuits Judge's -
2.2'1 Roberta said It Is agreed that seat Is sought by Public Defender -
3 Houses the county; must help the hos- R. A. (Buzzy) Green Jr.,.
pital but the question was, how a Starke native and JamesL.
MICHIGANPEAT much. Tomlinson, Gainesville attorney -
Burned. After the hospital officials .
left, the commissioners remained

(From Peg 1)) another the Increase 2-1/2 hours requestedover discussing 1hE. Old 1 t7rlEtjt' 0

need Free estimated.at about 50000. the.previous! week. ti !/ r
Green said he called the Commissioner i Dave Shuford
51J I.b. RCI i. 1 .7 Stark Fire Department and started putting on the brakesby IIY
LI,,, volunteer''''departments from telling his fellow board members -jt'I/ T I l( I
::: :
Kingsley Lake and Lawtey for the hospital officials are :
KFVfe\ Model 38GS 36.000 Btu's Model 38GR Btu's
36.0OO
TopSoil assistance, and they all re- In the position of utilizing as ,
sponded. much money as the commission "It t.

Green said that a workman will commit. bhuford' suggested "To rrr I.. I".nI"'I, 1 I It
pledging one mill, as agreed
left the house'at 8il5, and the last week. tukK u IM-HCP oxruoc. tin' nk,.rand CENTRAL AIR I CONDITIONINGTwo
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I lightning Is believed to have linu.
, For M.I' n\' (i.scs struck about 30 minutes later. "Let them fit their building

,! 51J Ih. Re I.H"'. I .27 ,I the the The county fire first,;was phone Jail.logged call, at reporting 5:50: at building program not our,"pocket to Shuford our book pocket exhorted to book their the, New' Phone No. Great Outdoor'' Units for Quiet


, CYPRESSMULCH Two more over homes the weekend were destroyed by- commission.Bryan said CommissionerRalph he'd finally 0G462O2Gerald Dependable Cooling ,Choose NOW for

fires which'' Green attributesto made up his mind to pledgeone E. Brown
lightning until fuller Investigation mill to the hospital expansion
a IMMEDIATE Installation
at
: Is made.A and now was Commissioner Ins. Special ,
3 I'll. I'1. asked to go to 1-1/2.
L9)er Iev4Sentrj rnwwKeg. / frame house on the Dave Eddie Allen agreed, Plata Shopping PRE-SEASON Prices !
Paulk road, at Crosby Lake saying he's come to the Monday -
burned to the ground about 11:30: night meeting prepared to Center
p.m. turdlly. This house was pledge one mill THE COMPACT INCLUDES THE ROUND
: ONE
owned by Warren Starling who In the end, the commissioners Florist) INCLUDES:
2nl's has been'-ilving in St. Petersburg agreed: Informally topledge (By Nancy I
but who had recently had ,I S New Computer Designed Fan Assembly Money-Saving 2-Speed Motor..Cruises

the place done over and was: Assures Top Performance! Most
planning Jo, move back here. Days Speeds Up For Scorchers!

Green said the county; department Special Overload' Devices Safeguard In. Protective Solid State Controls Monitor
did not receive the report POLITICAL RALLY ternal Components!
of this fire for almost an Critical Operating Circuits!

hour afterjt started, because ,AND: (
there was only one neighbor Attractive Compact Design Compliments: Neig bor-Pleasing Upflow' Design Tosses

living nearby, and she did not FISH SUPPERAIU.DAY Your Home's Landscaping! Heat, nd Sound Skyward!
lave a telephone. He said the
house and ,contents were a total
loss. y$495 only$695
Priced From Priced From
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DOR Or Cat $ AUG. 19
The third home was: destroyed Plus Installation Plus I Installation
Collar !
andFleatags
by fire about, 2:30 a.m. Sunday.
Located about 2-1/2 miles north
/ of the cltj limits orr-L'. S. ;",1 "

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Vol.94 No.3 August 17, 1972 2nd Section Hopes




'e LLJ \ After
w First Drill
TuesdayIllusions
?L\1W fl \ ,.

f' 9 -

1. r NIh .all ,of a state championship for

this year's Tornado gridders have rapidly

l ill 1 wSS diminished after just the first day Of

1 trr fall practice.


According to head coach Efc- "We worked awful hard this
vld Hurse, ha had counted on spring to get added depth at
30 players for this year' war- most positions" said the Tor- z. '
.U '. team. Tuesday was the nado mentor "and we thoughtwe rLW
1JT'1if1'' first day of practice and only had accomplished It.
25 reported Missing are two "Now after the first day of
starters. fell practice much of that
r 1 depth Is gone."

Missing from practice Is the
50 Union starting split end and corner t
1 q back, the starting center a
backup cornerback and wide-
out and second string
'These are the first place winner of the PGA North Control Junior Golf Program. They GriddersOut Charlie Green whose quarterback -

aro from (l-r) Bobby Hoyot, Bret Col., Billy Tuto Koith Klrlcor, Cindy Turknott Claire doctor advised him not to play a
Tumor' and Jerry Herres.Starke due to a knee Injury. A second
For'Practice wide out has also ailed to
report for practice but Is expected -
All-Stars to do so. ,
DumpedIn
"We are now down to the
number we are used to and this t
Is what we usually end up with"
State Dixie 'Youth Go Fifty-three grlddsrs are out Hurse said "We just hope we
for all practice at Lake But. don't lose any more."
ler according to Mead Coach The first week of practice
Charlie Robert's. the boys will remain In shorts
Starke's bid for the Dbde hits while at the same time for home Wednesday afternoon.The Nineteen lettermen are ra-
Youth State Championship fell his teammates could get Just trip was one that 15 trnIng from last year to give Greg looks< Roddith (right) and Randy Catkin (left ) hit hood on at hood lino Coach Mike S...
short as they lost their first two hits and struck out 12 times. boys we know will never forget, what Roberts feels like will be ton on.
two games of the tourney and "They Just didn't have the an outstanding football club.
were eliminated.. spark they had In the District "Even though: they lost they can Letterman Etele Green will and helmets as required by the ing game, but doesn't deny that Hurse. "but problems do come
at the
After winning the District 7 and should have the be proud to know that they were guide the Tigers quarter- Next
won game state. Tuesday will be the the Tornadoes are seriously up and Its part of the game.
Three
championship,' theAII-Starad easily" Rayburn says. Keith one of only nine teams, out of back Interested position. Creenaccord-collegesare first day for the players In hurting at split end. "It Is an annual problem for I
parted Starke Sunday August Kelley and Jeff Jockel .had hundreds that made the trip pads. "I'm very disappointed,"said the teamIIUacros.the.eate."
6, for Bartow' to take part in Starke's two hits. to the State Tournament. Ing to Roberts. He's quick and According to Hurse the
the State Tournament. The The loss droped theAll-Stars has a strong arm. coaches were wall pleased by - - - --..
winner of the State would then Into the losers bracket where on Abraham Perry, Benny Boy- the physical\ condition of the
kins and Angel William*, all Y.HEVERYRICHCAN
In
participate the Dixie World Tuesday night they metLake- boys and their attitudes.
Series that Includes the state land also looking for their first lettermen will return to the The loss of Green at
quar-
winners from the Southeast- GM LosesIn halfback positions for Lake But AFFORD
win. 'The game was a heart- terback means that Ronnie hall' CHEAP AIR
Tennessee to Alabama. stopper all the way as the two ler.Wide will back up Eddie 'Hazen at
receivers for the Tigers
-
All-Star Coaches Randall teams battled until the sixth the position. Hall was lastyear'
CONDITIONINGWEATIIKRTKOM
Davis and Gene Rayburn, were are Alfred Watkins and
Inning and final Inning. DistrictIn JV quarterback and ,ic-
uncertain as to how their boys Delurez Smith both returning;.
Starke had an opportunity; togo cording to Hurse Is the fastest -
would compare to the other ahead as Gene tanner led seniors. of the three but needs to QUALITY WORKDOESN'T
teams but It didn't take long off with a single and then advanced Frank Newaome, a traaafer work on his throwing."He
to find out that they were as : to secondonawlldpitch. from Gainesville High COST IT PAYS
team there. After School will be a starter for will work at running
good as any
Mike Nettles then drew walk
a Bradford High back the majority of the time,"
arriving in Winter Haven LB at the center or guard quart.rback ; BROWN REFRIGERATION
and Starke had fist
where the tournament teams and second with runners on what manager Townsend position. James Lace S'll, 232 Eddie Helen said Hurse. "We will work him
were housed In the Haven Hotel Another wUd pitch advanced no outs.the Strickland called their worst pounds with good speed will lots lose with a pass at quarterback Just enough for I AIR CONDITIONING
the boys began what would be a with three games all year the Green play at offensive guard spot. during the "morningPWtMte. him In learn the system." HE AI PUMPS
memorable three days. This ,runners ltI11.Do.o&&t&.f.-second and...third. Machine Softball team was ellndnatecrfrowautrlccplay .James.Croat at 15i pounds will .... ; << _. ....i!,.n. on._ .The.fJ.rlt-'k"lIurl." said,' ,. .' tk .
;'uale7a'ren,tine"lilli te"11a1 ".:But then things 'started> : I at:: play at guard\ also _.. the first day, of. fall that they 226 ,
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tremendous interest In Youth happening as RobertEdmondlOItruck ter losing to Tate' Electrloof'o.lnelvlUe"and What Coach.Roberts thinks practice** offense, defense and kick S.-Walnut' St.'
baseball and their facilitiesand out for..the first.out. Ward's Mobile are fine b'llltackles Johnny
fields were Immaculate. Keith Kelley followed and Home of Ormond Beach.In Woodley- pounds and
"We like to pride ourselveson grounded out short-first who K.rwInClyetta also S'll and VVVVVWVVVVVWV ->V
our field here In Starke then threw Tanner out tryingto their first game GM rallied 180 pounds. Both are seniors
but It looks like practice field go home on the play for in the bottom of the seventh and lettermen.The .
when compared to the ones we the third out. Lakeland then Inning to nip Lake Helen tight end position Is the
played on In Bartow. They came to bat and" the leadoff 12-10. The local team was eliminated only one that Is not experiencedwith
all had (p'Isslnftelds and were batter drilled a single Into from the tournamentby both players being jun- i.
taken care of as though they center field, the next batter hita a 10-9 loss to Ward's following iors. Stanley Barry and Rich
were major league parks. Our single Into left field which a 12-10 loss at the hands ard Yarborough S'll at 183
ball team and the few faithful got past the fielder allowing the of Tate Electric pounds are the two ends
tams that made the long trip runner on second to score and "We have so many boys out
from Starke were very much end the game 1-0. The defending state champs, for football from so far from
Impressed", say Recreation Keith Kelley pitched a fine the Satellite Beach Longhorns, the school we only practiceonce # % THE OPENING OF
Director Gene Raybum. two GM a day for three hours
game striking out four and allowing picked up players as
The tournament draw had the five hits. Starke managed allowed by the rules Marcus from S to 8 p.m.
All-Stars scheduled to play Just two hits again with Robert Rhoden and Johnny Watson.Both The JV football team II also ::
Gracevllle on Monday night and Edmondson and Gene Tan- are from Macclenny. practicing during the same per-
when game time came It was ner getting them. Robert madea iod of the day. 30 boys are .. -
a nervous bunch of Starke boys fine showing at the tourneyand Cape Canaveral won the district out for the JV team. ....__ iUJ1F I
that took the field was made an Honorary tournament and will go to The Varsity; Tigers first game
Graceville wasn't any better Member of the Florida ChampIons state this week. In their first Is September 15,at home against
than the teams Starke faced In that will be going to the game they will meet the Longhorns Hawthorne.
the District tourney but on this World Ser.... He was presented who will be defendingtheir
particular night they put Starke with a Florida warm-up title. BELL ELECTRIC CO.
down 5-3. Mike Kitchens pitch- Jacket that the Florida team will "We Just never seemed to KH GriddersTo
ed a beautltul aa me,Itrlldngout ,wear.' After spending the nightIn get up for any of the games"
10 batters and allowing four Winter Haven. the team left said Strickland. BeWinnersIf 'I



hustle and determination

Vote For And ElectJIMMIE are any team Indication the of Keystone a victorious AUGUST Ii l i 1972

Heights Indians are In for a

[ winning football season. Highway 21 Heights
CLARK The varsity; gridders reported Keystone
for opening drills Tuesday
morning and early reports Indicate ,.. -
["YOUR"! that the fighting Indians
are showing Coach Roy Bay less
some of the best desire and COMMERCIAL REPAIR WORK
hustle ever seen In his five
SHERIFFOf years as head mentor.

The main detriment at this AND HOUR
time appears to be lack of 24 -
depth. With only 18 boys out
Bradford County for the first couple of drills RESIDENTIALCONTRACTING
Injuries to key flrit-strtngers SERVICE.
could jeopardize the team's balance
A M'J' ? Of Bradford County. Bern And Raltod In Breaker Married To The Format" .

,Linda McRae Daughter Of Russell. And Eule Me Roe. A Family" Man With Feur. Sen. "However our boys a re get. _..
ting In there and digging this
Member of Masonic Ledge No. 189
and
year when you've got a

i bunch determination with hustle to and winyoucan a sincere I Am Certainly Hippy To Bo With Yow In Clay County E Look Forward To ti
:
I Qualifications: wouldn't do a ordinarily lot of things be that able you to Mtttlnf You S Sowing You I. Your Eloctrlcal Hoods; I II

: Graduate Of Florida Highway Patrol Training Academy. do," Bayless said.
Be/less has maintained since
*, Graduate Of,Two Hundred Hour Law Enforcement Training. the last school year that the I Htvo Hid 31 Yotrs Of Exporlonct In All Phisos Of; The Eloctrlctl FloU. ft Am ::1

** Former Radio Operator And Jailor Of Bradford County. largely'72 football on the season team's would desire hinge Sart I Cm Handle. All Of Year Hoods Lor|. ft Small To Yovr Sitlsfictlon.

Former State Trooper. and determination to win. I''

Former Starke Policeman. ,rt
( Practicing at '7:30 a.m. and '
5:30 p.m., the two-a-day drills
Clark Promises will last until school starts. JAMES W BELL .
Jimmie
.. The short team and will headgear be practicing undlAug.In .

24 How A Day Protection. .'. Which Moans A Deputy. On Duty Around The Clock To 23 when they.... expected to don
Protect Your Life And Property. the pads.
All Calls WILL 60 Answered Promptly And Professionally.. Prior to opening seasonst OWNER
horn against St.Joseph Sept. ,
Will HOYO A Spoclal' Deputy In E.ch Township Within The County.. 15, the Keystone team will be Fa Phone
T. Organise A Jr. Deputy Program. T. Teach Our Youth A Batter Un stendlay Of Lew j "participating\ In the Suwarmoe

Enforcement! Basic Fundamental And. Combat. Tho. .Drag. Preblems1rliat. F. .c. Our River Conference Football \ ," HelJhts Melnse
'> 'County And Other Prohl_...-',)tv"tfu' "' "' ,Jamborlo in May Sept. 8. ,The
Indians will be squaring ofl- 473-3602 475-2124
That As YpUjjjI'Shorlff-My,Office' Will Bo Open To YOU Th. P.owl.Dey Or Night. a..wt'lanntlltln the eecandpuarterand
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':i, tWlth the five-man sheriffs' Six'law enforcement officers 85 to 1891 when three sheriffsIn The story begins on Jan. 5,
race In Bradford County; now' "died with,their boots on"during a row died at the hands of 1885 when George Washington
occupying the center of atten- one violent period of 28 outlaws most notorious of (Wash) Epperson took office as
,Moo In the September 12 prI- years, from,,1885 to 1913 when whom was Harmon Murray, a the eighth sheriff of Bradford
I" +utary: election, It U Interesting four sheriff and on*ex-sheriff,, Gainesville Negro who terrorized !- County; succeeding W.W.1\-
,'.' '\\1 ft ':recall the day when candidates were slalnv;,.nd a sixth com-1 this entire section of North bUn, who resigned from the .
might not have been so mltted suicide. At least two Central Florida for several office. '
.aerer tn seek this position. deputy; sheriffs were killed In years.
the same period, one city; policeman -
was murdered In Marked for a double dose of
a
Bradford. sheriffs were highly Call Stree.1oon. and another tragedy In this two-gun era was
I expendable In the old days, the Epperson: family, whose
city "burned
; marshal was.
to, ,
tay the least and enforcing out." name appear more frequently
the law In Uto.efree-w'-1-' b- than any other In the list of M1
Ing. gun-toting times was*per Most perilous period of all men who have served as Brad-
I leas business. was the .1x7 year span from 18- ford Sheriffs.Pope's )

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: '>*" '' etUT&RiALS .' ; Retirees Enjoy Annual Picnic

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'" .1,1.,' --c- Jfr Among those attending the annual DuPont picnic' at
\, P ..r Klngsley Lake en July 29 were these six retirees. Ple-,

't' Cured, left to right ere: Free Ty,., mechanic; Jo. Mar
: "**, heed dry mill operator; L.N. Pickering' field sup*,

: ,; C. R. Hagr, plant manager; S. B. McMalns, shift
r .A". supervisor, and A. D. Vincent
; production superintendent! .
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I J Time In less than 12 month 'after ----------- rF
In Bradford -
Rally taking office the first Sheriff ;
Epperson was killed In line of F
." duty; while attempting to ar- \ : Agent News I ti!
I ""ri Traditions die hard In Bradford a political rally where candidatesare reita "worthless"vagrantwho : \ I I +.

County. tf usually on their best behavior and had fled Bradford. County; and By Bobby U Taylor,
f seldom holed up In Valdosta Ga. -
say anything really') controver-

.' .: Take political rallies for instanc sial. Sheriff Epperson's 32yearold ,our how much he could produce.off Dear Sir:
: son, Henry W., who had ; Econo- These efforts were paying
,But always wanted to serve In the last week. His plants were In regard to your editorial
people continue to 'attend-
Several counties In this area of f least at office, was named to succeedhis us this still growing and blooming, Indicating "A Well Rounded Athletic Program
( Florida are giving them up as 'relics In Bradford County-- whether father. He served out the leader- that he could have fruit ," I would like to make
c
.; }' of the past, no longer serving ahy'! .to> ,..J))1tBrthe) : candidates: or to enjoy unexpired term and was reelected this Im- for several more weeks. the following.comments.Congratulations .

'.:1 useful In this fast the fellowship with their friends and In 1888 to a full four- Bradford .
purpose of
;
age for
.... 'T:, 1 communications. neighbors, or the chicken and/or fish year term. Fate decreed,however ; Her to you
having the "guts" to come out
that that he was to meet the Develop
suppers invariably the
precede
icVJ.II. same tragic end as Ms tether. folks If you have cattle you shouldbe In the open and express your
speaking, Interested In some new regulations view. You will find people
{ But not Bradford. .. ttt4 After serving one year of his County; many
that will become effective In this county: who share these
+!' new term he, also was: Wiled to ;
\
I ,,,,, ..1{: The County Democratic Committee It Is debatable. whether votes are while attempting to capture a tIII..rea follows September the Federal 1 standards If Florida In sentiments.

: ''If met last Friday ,and set six official gained by any candidate on the basisof ler.dangerous outlaw In Lake But- urgency this eradication effort. People of Bradford County.;

rallies to be heals at the six majn. what he says or'doesn't say at a fill this Principal changes In the regulations fobue'askt .
.'population centers in the county political rally. In tact It has beet Third In the list to fall In that concern changing the ,
.., 1: said that it is easier for a politicianto the line of duty; was D.L.(Levy) ; will be length/ of the quarantine periodfor cross country, and golf, who
'between now and the first primary'on lose votes Alvarez:, who was appointed to per- infected herds from 30 to could have given you this well
what he
-; September 12. by says than to 'fill the unexpired term of the 120 days and requires two negative rounded,; athletic program for
V gain them. second Epperson. He fell victim eco herd tests for releaseof your young men and women of
quarantine. Infected herds high school age. However.many ,
to the marksmanship
'* uncanny more
And just for good measure thed1 As the'late "old political of Harmon Murray, whose our would be tested at 30 day Intervals of these coaches have left
pro" Jerry
c Starke Jaycees i have announced that Winchester rifle Is believed to until negative with an your school system as theywere
1 t they too will sponsor a rally of their W. Carter used to say: "When you have killed at least a dozen help additional negative test 90 days restricted by an Inequitable
,; -tO"Nn.: just in case anyone didn't ggt ask a man to vote for you, move on men In this area before the desperado realizing after the first negative test. program,' Many of you
,:, ', around to hearing the six In a hurry. If you keep talking you was finally slain by a housing, The regulation also providesfor parent have spoken to each
:?: slant cancI- ,might talk him out of It." relative In Alachua County.On ; brucellosis testing of cattle other about the weakness In the
| replays" of the
various -
; -" will from modified certified areas high school athletic program.
:f date speeches. one of Murray's trips expand within 30 days prior to movement Many of you parents have
,ft, And that's about the way li is with through Starke. a local posse : Inter or Intrastate or be spoken to each other about the

Yes traditions die hard. and political rallies. .. .... tested at the first concentration weakness In the high school
surrounded pQuuuppn$ arrival. Then!::8 aTMwtf progfMhi!)yotfdo not
.\ :? .",..1 perhaps itjis, a,good thing. In this daxi: ''n .. ....." ",' ..he s Staying! ?! it proposed amendmentwouldalao" make ,* your" dissatisfactionknown
,rtj. &f when too jhanXLWngBUra' \ clanging,Odt 9r-nd Pi reM1y lhey're he"l'' Jtatayt "-- wove t "W1t1i;. ,)J'lhetw : ; last M permit the movement of calves to>> those In the sahool

'i. 0\ f,fast and too.,'soon': iti.Js: ..someww4'reassuring t it,1 atiai4 3r1'Stfditd} Counij'.s G$t .:J1 crafty; tray, h1P ndgK"gwyght days"A t plante Blunder six. months ofgvrom>:3,r..yaterftw"WIW' have" the' ower
',' at least to old-timers,' to a glimpse of one of the men In and pro negative dams In quarantinedherds to correct these Ineq itles. If
have one thing remain the Cire the yard and opened fire quality; within 10 days following they are allowed to continue,
same- to Join us in a plate of fried
; negative test of the dam. good coaches will not come Into
," even If nothing more exciting than mullet at Lawtey Saturday night? Sheriff Alvarez took a position this There are other regulations this county; and you will haveno
SI'.;. behind a fence some dl.- ; growing concerning animals for exhibition one to ,build this program.
i tnnre' from the house and returned several and movement of animals
: Murray's fire. The water across' state lines. If you People of Bradford County-
I Final Roarpension
i sheriff was using black powder ; His are Interested, or have questions only you can bring about the
which made bright flare every ; he con- about these contact your change needed for "A Well
r ..just County; Agent's office Rounded 'Athletic Program."
Sen. Verle Pope "The Lion of St. plan In the 1972 session which

I" Johns," is retiring after many years) qualities a member for a $240 monthly Sincerely! ,

: ,r of 'distinguished service in the Florida., pension at age 62, after only eight :; : 1.1 s Jeanne A. Loper
: years of service only five Legislatorsvoted :' ) B 1320 Searing St.
V .:' Senate and has decided''to voice some ""
r I -I,' ,, long-held opinions in an interview with agajnst the plan. Some who voted .: .:' WO.D1'I\) \ .
,* :' political columnist Hank Drane. for it now claim they didn't know what, (Vi/l I'
nl was In the bill which is a sad commentary

Pope is convinced that the business of on the state of legislative affairs. FASCINATING

drafting legislation which gives oiuH It even slipped by the news media, .
FOOD CUPS
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attracting little attention until after its
legislators the chance to feather their- What Is self rising flour?
|own nests such as salary .lncreasetCpensions : passage in the' last' two days of the It Is an all-purpose flour to

: ;' and reapportionment, snoulfi), session. which baking powder and salt ,
have been added. Q 1/2 teaspoons -
1.10- be handled commission
"t-, ,: ', by an Independent baking powder and 1/2 ) (,
,:. of responsible laymen rather than teaspoon salt to 1 cup of flour).'"
leave It up to the legislators them- The. controversial pension plan was It Is convenient for making biscuits

,tlselves. who have an unavoidable "con-. passed white ,Legislature' was still and other quick breads
flirt of interest." !'IIJ being criticized: for the $12,000 salary JOHNS LEE '

It voted itself in 1969. This whopping ,

:" Sen. Pope declares that the reappoWtionment raise is beginning to be viewed in a Whole-wheat flour Is higher I

plan adopted by the 1972 more tolerant light Drane says because In'' fit than white flour so It Veteran DuPont

5 .$Legislature is essentially self-serving of Increasing inflation and a should be stored !In a cool,
", : even though It met the one-man, one- growing awareness by the public that place according to the U.S. Department Promoted

"'l : requirements of the Federal the Legislature is working harder these : of Agriculture ; .
Svote days and qualified citizens can"taftord ,
4* many ,' ,
to serve without the higher pay } Ridge In the Mechanical uecartment <

r '"There Is no rhyme or reason for to offset revenue they would lose from What Is a "leavening" agent?' High Highland Plant and transferred In November to 19-the :
the
/some of those crazy districts except* their private business. Yeast baking powder baking ', 53 and has remained there the '1 ,
) "
.f. MX that both houses were protecting Incum 'S; 4. soda, air and steam. For Instance James past 19 years. ,
.. bents," says the veteranSenator. ''It's. !f Sen. Hope's opinion that any future air beaten In egg whitesIs .
the
leavening for
agent angel"food married and has two By
Lee is
: ridiculous! how counties are split up. 'salary increases and/or pension plans cake. In popovers steam 1 children He Is active In the
: He believes that apportionment should.be for the Legislature should be recom- leavens the mixture ., ana Hellbronn Baptist' Church as JIM LAWSON:

handled by a special eommisslonand: mended by an Independent commission, ) Lawtey. Treasurer, Deacon. and teacher -I GET YOUR8HAKKC.YH
./taken' completely! out of the hands of the after careful study has much merit.It both of the Young Adult Sunday : NIGHT

Legislature as the only'way. to get a should even be welcomed by the legislators Mix It rlghtl Overinbdng ; Bradley School class. He was presi- Boxing fans sometimes hear
.
'sensible $ for It would relieve them of may dent of the Beta Club and \lc.Pre.ldent
plan. f result In a poor texture with of the Student Council miilntormutiwn, when griming I:
\4 the stigma of feathering their own nests,, large holes and tunnels .. All In High School. Jimmy the boxing record: of Jack Shar-

'.., ..: Drane points out that the Legislature) ,,, and perhaps save some of thorn from products. Forexamplemufnns ; High re served four years In the United key former world heavyweight!

h [Is currently under fire for erne ting1 a defeat at the, hands of an Irate public. dry should Ingredients be mixed are only moistened until the States Air Force at Administrative champion.that of another His ring famou record boxer and
Supervisor before startIng -
!, 1, j : Tom Shurkey, aro-ofiin. innocent.
work at the Trail Ridge
,!:art to Jy confused. Jack Shurkry won
; has Plant in 1954 as a laboratory
the heavyweight tills' hutttux
di sampler. His work since 1955
Enjoy rolls' In a variety of Schmtluig, in U32 and lout It to
; ;: ; )' Lake has been In the shipping end of
shapes. Tr/twin Primo Ckrneru the next y'vn.
"t-: rolUorlucky: teaches the business and keeping the
: The Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH clovers, twisted rolls, crese- customers satisfied. Torn Shurkuy' was also a
Chief
,4f cents. of heavyweight: u very good one
? :,:i : jfc during the 1890's and early yearsof
... ; a Ma- this century. He failed to win
ESTABLISHED 1S79 # was
Bite My Moigbbors the crown although he had his
SESAME fcCC: BREAD Ridge chance In 1899 when he lost:a
\' s 1/2 cup lukewarm water 2 on 25-round decision to James' &
And He MM. Mate then. packages dry yeast, 11/2 sups 'I : :: H Jeffries 1'om'Sharkey continued
(' ;I' FLORIDANfRESSASSOJMvtTI.ON Where te yo.r faith. ? St. milk,, 1/3 cup soft margarine, rent to fight until he retired in 1904.
tt,," ; .: Luke 8. 2XWhen ) 1/4 cup sugar, I tablespoon work t I' 1I There Is no confusion when
t{; ,; : 1/4 cup sugar, 1 tablespoon dealing with us.;Tho customer ls
salt 3 eggs, 7 or 7 1/2 cups) always right} wit' errhhastre'cue.comer .
; ) ,. distressed bytroubles flour, 1 egg yolk. 2 teaspoons I service and make every
/ wefeelnable te Sesame seed I tablespoon. has effort to provide the very best in
overcome,or faced with tribulations water\ service. Try it.
that eeero beyond our ,

,. E.L. MATTHEWS Editer-Publish.r strength, w. may well heed Scald milk and pour Into Little.and ..
,' Published each Thursday.. and entered.. as Second, the questlen the Lord Jesus large mixing bowl; add sugar ;. ,
}.."" t I k.tit.! ; Class, Matter the P..t Office< .t Stark. FUrid arts .'. ..Ho Mid It 4t HI.disclplss. butter. salt eggsyeaat which 1(.,.
;" ,\ ::w.' ; under Act of March 3rd.., 1879 Strong In our faith has been dissolved inlukewarmwater. He Is ,

"'" (: Subscription .d..rad! .,.*: I '_'. So.00; OaNid.p that Cod ,. erer-"- willing and Letttatr'tvbtreomllitn Starke "As a matter of fact I DID YA e

,..''I'' 'J], <. j c;*r., .. ere*; I I".year, 7.00. ready sustained.' to help we shall alwaysbe cool'Ular..rtne to lukewarm before, salt adding eggs .,Trail was objections list him ae'"a, dependent. Any, U.S.: 301 North

': yeast Add 4 cups flour PHONE 964-7500

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: LAW T E ro ScrewyormsAgalii LL Col. Edwards

..... 1. I -sites. ,'" ThreatIn Cited For ServiceIn

6, Elisabeth. T.ry This AreaThe Germany ,
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"; CHURCH SCHEDULES '
.: Grace United Methodist-, Mrs Goldl. Mayer of Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. O'oal''J: Mr. and Mrs. F1cydew Col. William H. Edwards I
'... Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Worn ,, spent the weekend tsr went on a camping trip ., and flunlly.: of 5 ttrnatol.c..orm.m- son of Mrs Eula M. Edwardsof I
-, ship Services II ajn. and 8 pjn. with her son-in-law and daughter. \ Union Camp at Helen, Ca. ., were greets of their i Iahs114 vading Florida again la greater Klngsly take. was recently i
>:. Children's Hour Tuesoiy7to Mr. and Mrs. O. Nlcula. Mr. and u.... Robert Mr. and Mrs. Leonard 1 BOW than at any:: tlm sine lh awarded the Army's meritorious -
.is'i 8:30 pjn.Prayer Meeting a p.m. Mrs. Mauls carried her .back Ion, of Atlanta Ca,, e... and ON Carl Normans :' Choir Practice Thursday 7:30 to N Jacksonville on Monday week with Mr, and MI'Io urdty. "" from the Southeast in 1959. ceremonies near Kalserslau-
P-m. and then went back on Friday neth Barfleld. ( Mr. and Mrs. UannyTohoeon It la reported that screw- tern, Germany.The .
Commencement Exercises. to see her before she left for Mr. and Mrs. G.wg DId IOJ' and sons of .JacbaalwWt. worms have reached epidemic medal provides recognition -
., were held at the church on FrI- her new home In Bridgeport Tampa, spent the weekend spent a week at Klngsley Uk. jjr4J stages in Texas, and cases have for a degree of exception
day following a week's Vacation West Vi their parents. Mr. and and visited their 11&..... Mr. .been. bund within 50 miles of ally meritorious service or
Bible School. The program RM3 Thomas R. Tailey has Leo Jyaland Mr. and and Mrs. Fred Moor, shlksVia. the LouIsiana border, as well achievement. Col. Edwards
was carried out verynicely. been stationed aboard the de- Colon Thomas. aa in Ar ona..t Okalahoma New earned the award while assigned -
They had an attendance stroyer USS Sara eld. He recently Johnny Young: of ApetieGa Mexico and California. as Commanding Officer of
of 68 during the week. arrived in the States Mr. and Mrs. W.M. !DoueIU'. .. is spending: some time wlttt The production sterile files Headcjiarters, 2nd Movements
Refreshments were served after serving a tour of duty t; In of Miami and Mrs. her mother Mrs. A.C. Fearce. has been stepped to capacity; Region In Germany." H*enter
after the program. the Coastal waters of Vietnam. Waters, of Palatka. at They went to Jacksonville and levels, but not enough can be ed the Army in June 1952 and
Highland Baptist Church-Sun He Is presently being processed the funeral of their father, i were guests of her son and produced to stop the spread of was last stationed Washington I
day School 9:43 a.m. Worship for his discharge at the Naval lie Norman on Friday aft) daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. screwworms this year,entomologists D.C. i
Services 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Air Station, Jacksonville.He were overnight guests of Mr. Wages app, and daughter on say and fertile screw- CoL Edwards has served in f
Prayer Meeting Wednesday: 7-: and his wife the former and Mrs. Oscar Carter. Sunday. That afternoon another A worms are breaking past the Vietnam and holds the Bronze
30 followed by Choir Practice. Pam Tye: are living In Mr. and Mrs.Glen ShufordanM.fc son and his wife Mr. and Mrs. sterile Oy laJ'rleralmo.tclitily. Star Medal and two awards of I
Stark tommy is the son of children visited their brother*' 1 Harold Saw of Miami arrived In addition Increased fly populations the Army Commendation Me-
WEDDING ANNIVERSARYThe Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Talley of and sisters-in-law. Mr. aw here to be with them for a few moan a greater probability dal. I
home of Mr. and Mrs Starke. Mrs. Floyd Hicks and Mr. .aoo clitIL ; for infested animals tube The citation stated that Col. I
Willie Dobbs was the setting Mr. and Mrs. Leon Starlingand Mrs Sam Hicks, in ChlcasM .Sympathy of the community. transported long distance Edwards distinguished himselfin
for the 83th Wedding Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. George Shu- Dl. They stopped by to .*. extended to the family of Henry This means thatl] the over- an outstanding manner in
dinner for their parents, ford drove to Cedar Key Saturday their aunts and other relative Carlton I who passed away onSaturday. -4 wintering areas of Florida' are balancing transportation capabilities -
Mr. and Mrs. A rile Dobbs on night and enjoyed a shrimp In Jonesboro, Tann. on thaif again 1hrat8ned. to logistical requirements -
Sunday. Those present tor the supper. return home from their vaqa*' Mr. and Mrs. Clyde WainWright with the throat of screw- throughout the U.S.Army I
occasion besides honorees Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Tye were and children of Lakeland -4r worms so high this year,every- European Command. "Col.Ed-
were Mrs. Cecil Dobbs and guests of Mr. and Mrs. RobertB. Friends of Wayne Massey spent last week with their one should be on the lookoutfor wards' outstandlngaccompllsh- I
Lori, of Huiitsvllle, Ala., Mr. Keith at a family birthday happy to learn that he was I, mother, Mrs. H.C. Walnwrlght ; } any' wormy wound In their ments and meritorious service I
and Mrs. Ernest Hewitt of dinner honoring their daughter to return horn Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Car-' livestock and pete. Any suspected reflect great credit upon himself I
Tallahassee, Mr. and Mrs. Casey Betty; tau at their home In spending 10 days in the Vetst'w4 tar, after spending weeks cases should be reported and the U.S. Army," the I
Dobbs and Terri, Mr. and Jacksonville oat. Mo.iday even- ana hospital with their mother. Mrs. Shell to livestock inspectors F.W. citation said. .
Mrs. Charles Dobbs and family, Ing. Mrs. OJ. Phillips =-:; Rosier returned to their horn Palmer, in Starke or Carl A 1947 graduate of Bradford I
Mrs. Debbie Dobbs. Mr. and Sympathy( of the community; home Thursday after S in Columbia S.C. on Sunday.: Langford. Newberry or to the High School, Col. Edwards received ,'
Mrs. Casey Dobbs Jr.andsons, extended to the relatives of Lon- three weeks with her brother- Their daughter. Shed!., who local county; extension offices his B.S. degree in 1952 :
Mr. and Mrs Bur My Dobbs and zle Norman who passed away in-law and sister, Mr.andMrfk... spent the summer with her j from the University; of Florida.He .
Tunl, all of Jacksonville Mr. on 1 esci&y. Roy Hlnote, In Miami. .- grandmother, returned with is a member Sigma Alpha
and Mrs Harley Herrin and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Denmarkand Mr. and Mrs. WjV. Motley them. Welter Murphey, en .behalf el Colonel G. L. Robinson, Epsilon and XI Sigma Pi fra
DUI, of Orlind Miss Christie family, of Atlanta, Ca., spent the weekend with their. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Priest, director division of Emergency" government" presentedthis ffie Old'1rin' (Itw ternities.
Pearson, and Cue Dobbs, spent the weekend with their son-in-law and daughter Mr were dinner guests of Mr. and award te Frank Willi......
of Ralford, Mr. and Mrs. Rem- brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Vogler, of Nail< Mrs. E.W. Williams and family
bert Carradlne, Mrs. Pearl and Mrs Leon Starling and Smyrna Beach. They also visit. in Wellborn on Sunday. The award sayst "tn recognition af meritorious
Dobbs, Mrs. H.C. Wainwrlght attended the funeral of their ed their brother and sister-la-. Mrs. Jack Wainwright and service from" November" 15, 1966 te July 11, 1972 as n.to WISH I'D SAID
Mrs. Ploy Bennett, Mrs. Thel- father, Lonzle Norman on Fri- law, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Jack Jr., of Waycross Ca.. Bradford County! Civil Deferts Director His dovetlon : Z rAA THAT
ma Harris, Mr. and Mrs Lester day. Mosley, of Samsula. ,.. were Sunday overnight guests >A
Austin and girls Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Devore Friends of S.D. Suder, rgrt. of their mother Mrs. Truby
to and dedication to It of public
David and Teresa Saturday Walnwrlght. duty principles pro
Mrs. Randy Blom Miss Mary spent to learn that he is a patunt' :
Smith, David Scott. Mrs. Geneva at St. Augustine B ach. in Methodist Hospital, Jack.. Miss Dorothy Swanbom and lection under conditions of emergency have contributed .
Milliard, Susie and Aryl Mr. and Mrs. Ubnny Norman sonville. : Mrs. tfcle Young of MaxvlUe materially to the development *f effective proceduresfor t
Miss Am Starling. Mrs. Tru- Mrs Boulah Norman Mr. and Mrs. Edward. Roberts, Mrs; returned last Thursday from a
Mrs. Bub Carter, Mr. and Mrs. visit with their friend. Miss "A city Is where they cut
man Norman. Mr. and Mrs.Wm. Merle Wilson and daughtsr'tRonda "Engineers' are trying; to
.. Morgan and nev. Thom Frank Sweat and daughter, Mr. Mrs. Beulah Norman", Patricia' Coleman at Warren disaster operations; ore I I. keeping with the highest build. a car tkat will down the trees and then name
and Mrs. Jimmie Catkins and Wilson College Swannanoa, order of public service *nd.<,*'loct groat credit upon stop the streets! after them."-
as, and Mrs. and Mrs. Leon and Mr. and Mrs. Garland Norman ; ........-rd Ilk* to And
Starling. granddaughter Teresa Gasklns, and daughter all of MLtntl I N.C. While there they went himself" his community" .n4. the Stole of Florida." that will stop drinking.. one Mayo G. Wood. WellingtonOhio
spent the weekend with relatives sightseeing in Ashvtlle Blue ( ) Enterprise.
? and attended the funayal Ridge, and Black Mountain.

GAINESVILLE of Mr.LonzIe and Mrs.Norman on Nomad Friday .-. .
Ebony '
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wore vacationing In North CafoV. r % ,
lira, but came back for ..
Lonzle Norman funeral.Mr. .
Business DirectoryAUTO and Mrs.TrunnnNor WHO BROUGHT GOVERNMENT

daughter-In-law.were guests of their Mr. and son Mrs i i t ; t

Reggls Norman of Ch ,
SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES on Wednesday. '
Mrs. Seeb Andrews and child*'. ;
BRASINGTON ran of Wlldwood, were dIa* : to
guests of.her Arena Mr. aflaMrs. HOME THE PEOPLE ?
CADILLAC OI.DSMOBILKSALES Johnson& Far!*, Inc. Fred Moore on Sunsmyrr:
A SERVICEFine : '
SEEDS PLANTS ';
<
, Selection .! Used Car
1 Taken On Cadillac Tr.dee'I.2001 IntocUrMei. Pet Supplies Don Richie if

j\ .. '_ N.W. IMtt ,-t Pili., '.S71-Ut&. .0 ,.ERTILIZERS,. ,,'.. .. .. '" :1. : :
I, .1...-....n'' .' !' ''' ,, .. 1..U'We Rest- 1.Fertilizer"L' Spreader.h ,ReturnsReserveToutL Fror t; ,: WHO!

'' Ba"kleyMotoia: Inc.TOYOTA .. ,.. ".."'I'l.w. ,gun Ph. ITS-MTt .

t.STtC .. .
I GLASS Naval Reserve Chief Jo .: t f ft
4 wheel' .drive and era i
list Don Riche, of Stark i L1:
Sale. Part. Service Gainesville, has Just ret ..
Clean Used Toyota. LIDDELL from two-week air
a i :
cruise wltitAttack t : t
1700 N. Uatn 37S-IMO training
rler Air Wing 20 at Roo se." :;
Beauty Academy Glass Company Roads, near San Juan Fuet :. I
Rico. The Reserve Air W ;
I 1 1t
POWELL'S 'CI... Fer Every Purpose" conducted Intensive training! ...4 st government is that
Store Fronts-Mirrors excises'in bombing rockattMHM.: ., f' .
Beauty Academy Tub Enclosure*-Shower* strafing and alr-to-alr oora it-- .. ; the people. I don't
Furniture Tope Ola.. Replaced against atntWanenemy alt. t r ( t
Learn .a Prollao ton In Tour : tlon in the Caribbean. Aba* : making deci

Spore 219 Time.NW. 10th Full -or Part 37S-27M Time NEW LOCATION all 1,200 parts NavalAlrRee.rvieafye5 of the continental UA t I : ; be made locally. I:

122)1) S'. Main GeJnenvllte took part in the massive oodk*. ,
ELECTRIC MOTORSELECTRIC bat training maneuvers. I and secured
372-8191 ; 372-1 102MOVERS Chief Riche was among **- passage A
veral who enjoyed a sidetripto t Rule Bill' which
rat -
the Virgin Islands in Mr- f ;
Motor Repair Co. MOTOtU"Y<'LE* Lesser Antilles chain of JM
lain AND "."'C' Caribbean. His father C....< t the power to pass I
Of Gainesville, Mo
_6 Richie, of Starke. retired .f ,
'
Repairing Rewinding 'G"1V J aza.ea" a Chief Boatswain's Mate after
New and Used t.I ( "'f1.) 30 years with the U.S. Nam
;i.
; .. Iiy having served in two WorW-" t t tt
..2916 N.W. 6th &:- Ph. 3714.111 y "v Wars, several comp igne .b*. local problems beats
J. tween the Wars and on every KEEP'S
"ACrlO'N IteN1.....;.:,:- tic.continent except the Antarc t or Washington to i

Lone DUUnce Moving r.:... sw Chief Rlchl re.Idoe' M'

Stern** racking ".:::..:;.w.:":':::::N. Calsesviltewtthhs wife,Maraa- a
ret and their two-month-old 1 1 1t
Crating lid..... a 372-9577 son, Carl Norman Rlchl, whowill :
Frt Estimates Can QA 47COMIT ',* :1.-U probably carry on th* ft. .1S S
mlly's Navy tradition Rlchl* 1
M is affiliated with Naval RosorV t I t tt
'SiALDWIN Suriac Division 6-39 (M) InGalnssvlll
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PIANOS & ORGANS t t tt

Van Service Inc.3M Car Exhauts
CHOICE
OF THE ARTIST!
N.E.: .Wa""". 'a1. b'vmen4371. -:1.lr.L-: Must Be O.K. t t tt
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AUTO VALESBLOUNT PONTIAC S'ICICE) G'ville Shoeolng MUSIC Clr.Co.372.5351 For Inspection \ : S iI t tt

Vehicle. .zluzteystsnu..,
KMS. INC, Farm and Industrial b pass* In vehicle good repair inspection in order under to t : I

Equipment new regulations which beams 1\\,,.
effective August 15. -
t t
Santa Fe Tractor Vehicles will not pass Inspection I
., if manifold,.exhaust lint
Factory Authorized!
FORD or muffler connections taw e t
Pentlec any' leafage or hole. other than
Salei-Partk.Service Farm Tractors 4 Implement the "build-In" drains thor to
.H.. excessive vibration of f atst o.
210. MelnGolnetville
USED EQUIPMENT lines; if a muffler baa been r** 1 1
'Ie. SALES *
PART SERVICE
372.2583 paired with a Jacket or patatt1iv'
MM N. W. th 37alMfGAINESVILLE. except patches mad of asset. 1 1
TRAILERS FLA. of acetylene weld; If i BOB SAUNDERS" "
or till pipes are not ooam
MOBIL HOMKPA1JI1VICK" with toil pipes to prevent 1 1 ri .
"\, II,.,'. ttseUs.. Wise age; If the tall pipe i opsol t: '.I t tt

fREe _.,.1'.ii SapalUs, lac.Autiori.cJ ma shed or pinched. > II


C. r.-.,Wtldo_, _fld.GalneivUle Evaa.: =)lnterthem Prjlrr Fr2e:0 loose Holding or broken brackets no most part :t STATE SENATOR(" ; .$:E PT. 1 12 II14 t I It.

37S-06SI iticlr i ,
11..injC" ConJ- exhaust system. 'must, '
I .. u.nin,i Kiiuip., ; through occupants,. t. -, I ,4. j n J.rAlt r. t

M 1.1..H. >I.rw.raet.IS n...MM'......._M.H_**r.JVMM. x _Air' Con:0.liiianini pr tut.-Awaits. Innullcd F.N.ICN.S .,, memV discharge and".th srtiudtw S ;, .''' >;POLITICAL 'ADVERTISEMENT.: PAID FOR BY KEITH C. AUSTIN. CAM; TREAS. t
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Mental HealthFlorida Centers Ready To Meet Need

:; LEGAL NOTICES Cortlmunity
-- ", sendlnapadena
,'11 ---- resident needing tra talent ing, if possible,
for
distant hospitals prolonged -
to
help with mental or motionalproblems Voluntary patients likewise
,; new lave access to retain all civil rights but may treatment. ;
"1'. I .,, Newsy facilities where help U available apply for discharge consideration Federal funds pay 75 percent
IN COURTOF'THE COUNTY BRADFORD JUDGE'S gust 1972 at Hampton, Bradford and best bidder for cash at free to tho* who can'tafford at anytin>*afteradmlssl0n. of the cost of such treatmentfor

h'y County Florida the Northeastern entrance of to pur. If Improved sufficiently: the hospital persons who qual1l.andtllebalance

COUNTY. FLORIDA.. PROBATE /3 4t 8/24 the Bradford County Court- [Ila.'bila'. .. 'Giy..,* Welker The new canters ar equipped, superintendent may discharge Is furnished 50-50 by:
local funds. However.
; house1:111I Stark, Florida between and staffed talc car of emergency 'them at his discretion. sate: and
IN REj ESTATE OF JOHN P. and federal funds ar*
to tile state
11:00 ajn. and 2:00 p.m. and Initial Th new law's Intent was
SIMPSON SR., DECEASED on the 25 day of A..... 1972. DELL CHAPTER' OES at 1230. League at 4 Visitors Pjn. treatment of reskiena who need malt mental health a community only available, for patients who
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO GILBERT S BROWN,CLERK Th regular meeting of Cell Evening Worship, 8 p.m.. such attention. responsibility like other ar* determined medically, Indigent -

NOTICE TO CREDITORS ANDALL REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Byt* Beulah M. Moody Chapter 188 will be held tonightThursday always welcom Local doctors, law enforce- health car programs .-avoid otherwise.unable topsy.WKAT'S .
TO ALL CREDITORS Notice Is that New Bethel Baptist Churohtneve
hereby given Deputy Clerk ( )at 8pm.lnthe Masonic
ment officers,or other
PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR Prayer personshving -
the undersigned, pursuant to Hall on Brownie St. Leroy Davl'l8.tor.!
DEMANDS AGAINST Sl\IDES- 8/17, night contact with mentally or
Chapter 885-09, Florida Statutes Meeting each Tuesday:
TATE: will register. with the .- CHURCH NEWS 730. Bible Class Wednesday emotionally disturbed lndIvIduaI.e -
YOU and each of you ar* Clerk of the Circuit Court In Ebeneter Baptist Church night 7:30.: Sunday School. 10 may refer them to the THE

hereby notified and required to and for Bradford County Florida AUGUST11,1972 Rev. Leroy Chris,pastor. Bible 'a jn. BYPU 5 p.m., terminating GalnesvillM Area Mental Health
file any claims and demands the fictitious name of Class each Tuesday night services for the day. Center or carry them there G 3CHP
CALL FOR ELECTIONI In cases of
which you or either of you Hampton, General. Store under emergency
Thursday night Prayer Meet
may have against the Estate of which we are engaged In business Carl Hunt, Mayor of the Sunday School ng. SUNLIGHT PBCS NO*290 The mental health centers 0I
JOHN P. SIMPSON. SR., deceased at P. 0. Drawer A,Hampton City of Starke Florida by virtue Worship at U. ErSsssrvjc. The president Is' asking all are required by; a new Florida

late of Bradford County. Fla. 82044: of the authority vested In 6:30.: The Senior Choir will members to pleas be preHftttonIabt law designed to help those who
Florida, in the office of the Arthur Bruno and wits Bar- me by law. do hereby call a (Thursday) for an important need mental health services.

County Judge Bradford County bara A. Bruno P. O. DrawerA First Primary ratified voterson Choir No.' 1 Is scheduled for busbies meeting at Some of the mailer counties t
Courthouse in Stark, Bradford Hampton Fla. 32044 soleowners. Tuesday September 12.1972, 7:30Mr.. Corlene Butler such as Bradford had to Join
; the following activities They
A. D.. for the of electing with adjacent counties to share
County, Florida, within six >purpose> will participate In a Choir Anniversary president facilities.
months from the date of the Dated this 3rd day of August the following officers at Alblne Baptist
The
first publication of this notice. I Carl Hurst Mayor of the VISITORS RETURN most significant featureor
1972 at Hampton, Brad-
Church In Putnam
Hall on August the law Is the
Each claim or demand must City of Starke Florida by virtue S The Mr. and Mrs.James O.Smith new provision
ford County, Florida. of the authority vested In me 18. pun. Choir will for patients to obtain treatmenton .
be in writing and must state have returned from an extensive I ._.I.w.Men
8/3 4t 8/24 do call First also participate an Anniversary a voluntary basis whereasIn 1MY. _C.nd.l.
i the place of resldenceandpostofflce by law hereby a visit with Mrs. Rosebud -M w hen to
address of the claimantand Primary Election to be held at Waldo on. August SO,. Wilson In Philadelphia Pa"and the past "Judiciary commit.Unent" w. WVN ..N_. y.' It...haw_hnal.I _.IwvNNN.N.nd.w
d.L 5. 'y
must be sworn to by the at the Fir Station, In the foresaid 3heir No.' i Is Mrs. Eddie Clark, a sister of was the usual way requiring I _hew
claimant his agent or his attorney NOTICE INTENTION TO City; by qualified voterson making plans the couple,InE.sternP.msyl- that each person admitted INtar flat a wdUI
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME for their Anniversary to terminate !- be declared legally Incompetent ...-DNdnYrdt MII..
or it will be void according Tuesday September 12,1972, vania. .
.'.. .
Friday. Sept. i, with .Nil I M Iy. yNINI buveld
I"
Notice Is that A. D. for the of electIng many
hereby given -
to law. purpose choirs participating. p.-...lI... -..M IA.PLOa1DA ".
Each creditor shall deliver the undersigned, pursuant to the follow1n.r.omcerl.. OBITUARY Patients admitted now ar*
sufficient copies of Ms claimto Chapter 865.09. Florida Statutes GROUP I COUNCILMAN: Allen Chapel AME Church Funeral services for Deacon urged to come to the centers on .' NUT CDNT"DL. .. .,
will register with the FOR TWO YEARS Rev. C.E.Jenklnspastor. Choir a voluntary basis Those who -eado_
enable the County Judge to E.P. Nathaniel were held In
Clerk of 1M Circuit Court in GROUPS ONE COUNCILMAN No. I rehearsal Tuesday.m. ar* In need of help, but refuse
A
mall one to each personal representative. Junior Choir rehearsal Chlefland 2 pjn.Sunday \Ill. I'll Nw S.'D. It eAt .5 Vat
and for Bradford County Florida FOR TWO YEARS. Wednesday,7:30. each 8. He had lived In Chlefland the voluntary status are entitled Na.a.
Services
the fictitious name of The GROUPS ONE COUNCILMAN, tart to legal counsel before
DATED this 3rd day of AuSUIt. with School for 37 years and was a memberof
Sunday at 10
A.D.1972. Strawberry Patch, under whichwe FOR TWO'YEARS.ORDINANCE Morning Worship 11. Choir a.m. Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church, an Involuntary, admission for
'treatment.
/s/John P.Simpson J r.,as Executor are enraged In business at Union,, 3 at Hopewell.All, Pallbearers No. 1, and the Sunlight They still retain
of the Estate of John 153 West Call St, Starke, Florida NO. 237An -\ members pan. asked Pallbearers. all civil rights and mutt be FLORIDA
ar* to
P. Simpson, St., deceased 32091. !r' ordinance: amending Artl- with this cooperate He ls survived by his wife, considered for discharge after
Lenora Swlndelland Sherwood clo n ami 'tritcl m of said Greater Bethlehem activity.Freewill Mary of Chlefland; four children six months in a state hospital.A \PEST

First publication on: Swindell. Rt. 1 Box 172.Uwtoy charter lawa Deacon John Nathaniel hearing examiner will con-
Baptist Church KeY
8-17-72 Fla. 32058: sole owners. charter laws of the City, of Williams Usher Jasper Board Daytona Beach;Mrs.Betty Hud- duct Inquiry proceedings on request 'CONT OL964.574

Elzle S, Sanders Dated this 7th day of August Stark. Florida, as pertains to No. 2 and pester Choir No. 3 son. Starke; Nat Nathaniel of the patient his legally -
meet
8174U917IN 1972 atStarke,Bradford County; the chief of police City clerk each Monday Mrs. Clola London both of appointed gardanafar the
Florida. 8/10 and five councilmen, and night Tuesday Mrs.Mackle six month period of treatment. g OIMKM DPIWId
,4b 8/31 providing night Senior Choir Tampa, two sisters,
; rehearsal.
The patient will be furnished
for a four-year term of Mae Pittman, Starke
Wednesday night Prayer Meet-
THE COUNTY JUDGE'SCOURT office and submission to the legal counselIf he cannot af-
brag Thursday night Story Hourat and Mrs. Rosa Lee Brown, e.a C.-ba4 WV.. not den bipIt.I .
OF BRADFORD electorate of the said municipality ford such representation. If ,, ', ,
Chle and 38 grandchildren 17 ylald OW ha N tD 10 nu/d/ bn.
NOTICE the church. Ladles Circle ;
COUNTY. FLORIDA PROBATEIN of said proposed amendment and sufficiently Improved the patient -p.that INn1..s tem.yl.Ndl hl.C.M//
---- Mr. and Mrs. Luther D. Haley to its charter to be voted will meet at the home of Mrs.' great-grandchildren one will be discharged or referred -
RE:* ESTATE OF JOHN P. l have made Application to upon In a referendum and Annie Bell Motley, also Thurs great-great grandchild. to a local community
,
SIMPSON, SR., DECEASED the Bradford County Zoning providing an effective date. mating day. Friday Sun1Y night u, Prarer IM Ta. Band mental health.faclllty; for further
Board l
for reclassUlcation of moralay

I NOTICE OF PROBATETO the property ,described below ORDINANCE NO. 238-A starting' with Sunday School,
from OR to BR Retail Sales 9:30 aim and Morning Worship
ALL PERSONS INTEREST- And ordinance amending Article r iPea Ow v
;'i,i ED IN 11 IE'ESTA TE OF SAID & Service. n as pertains to form or at 11. Dinner will be served LowPrice
DECEDENT. Beg at NE Cor of NWi/4 of Government. Section 7 of the EveryPayLowPricel EveryDa |

You are hereby notified that SEl/4 Run S 386.15 ft, W 670.80 charter laws of the City ofSlarke.

a written Instrument purporting ft, to East R/W of Hwy 100. relating to the change CENTER CUT
to be the LastWliland Testament Nely on R/W'450.1. ft, East from a Mayor and City; Council SENIOR ,Pantry REGULAR GRIND
of said decedent Is been to POB. form of Government toa Mayor- FAIRSUPERMARKETS
admitted to probate In this This change,in classificationIs Commissioner form of Government CITIZENS SIRLOINSTEAKS Pride OR ELECTRIC PERK

Court. subject to public hearing providing for submission 41
You are hereby commanded to be held on Tuesday A\Ill.29th to the electorate and otherwise 6 l

within six calendar months from 1972 at 7:30 PM In the County; pertaining to the charter laws COFFEE

the date of the first publication Commission room at the Brad- effecting the form of Government -. conditions STARK E'S
Owing to beyond
of this notice to appear 'in this ford County Court House at the Senior Citizens 320 S. WALNUT 3TIv.
Court and show cause if any which time all persons Interested INSPEC:: mm FOR SAID our control
meeting of August 8 was --
you have, why the action of said shall be heard for or ELECTION: $I 2 9 :
We /II
called off. tried to contactall
against the proposal, as specified .. ..,
Court in admitting said Will to Mrs. Jewell Joyner, Mrs. L B .O. lOw elt DODO'D.Ta .
members, but If ,. .
In the {:Toning/ Code of anyonecUdn't W 'OM.' QV..OU.TN Qi.
probate should not stand unrevoked. Garl Mathews, Merrill .
Struth the w.o W0 U Y ? QUANTITY
..
get message, we regret .
Bradford
County.; I ,1IInVlD
Mrs. Clara
Colson. Mrs. Bar- Inconvenience. However L B. _
/Doleres C. Dampler John Torod, Chairman bara Vallnski, Mr.. Louts. any. had made In mi Hi ftiiud,It iconV.fDaKmiST
plans
Clerk, County Judge's Court Bradford County Zoning Tenley, ,Mrs. Edward Burns advance, w, which wlll9erepeat "" Mrj
iI. Board *M,8JO William" Holland 'Mrs; J.C., ; I.". '< ;'j 1'OU'ONSl.1 :
(SEAL) .; 2,IJ; s /, ? IP.JoI! Dukes.! .. ';" "W"' ** -:' ItS'1t :rC'' bd b1W'HliMse \ ;,//J'1')" .r I" -'1R! "iUl1 ihliltJU .1I.JIU/' "
1" Notice'on 1 cn
First Publication of this BONELESS .
ship that we meet with our seater ,rVtR', 1.I1mJ.; LI&hINOIfy': '
the 17th day of August 1972. ALTERNATES FOR SAID club in Green Cove Springs.We ; B'CENTER CUT .
COURTIN I '
IN THE CIRCUIT, ELECTION: Tuesday WELL TRIMMED
will meet, as usual.; 1'
Elzle S. Sanders AND FOR BRADFORD Mrs. R.O. E nsby.Mrs.Shel- Aug. 22. at the Pratt St.' __ WHITE
8174t917NOTICE COUNTY, FLORIDA lle Gene Mrs. Peggy/ Shaller, Recreation Center and leave by STEAKI

CASE NO. 1222 Mrs. Margaret Prevatt. bus at I pun. for Green Cove !
ACCEPTANCE CORPORATION '
OF INTENTION TO DIXIE where we will meet st the Episcopal POTATOES
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Plaintiffvs- In testimony whereof hereunto Church hall. We will ..
Notice Is THOMAS L. ALBERT Defendant subscribe my nameand cause bring our birthday cake and the -
hereby given that
i the the Salf the said town to Green Cove club will supply the ''I n j 19 ..
f undersigned pursuant to
Chapter 865.09. Florida Sta. be herunto affixed this 11th day cold drinks.: iH/fTl, LBI. i 9 8. 1 0, 69
OF SALE iew
NOTICE of Cs :
.'.. Clerk lutes, will of the register Circuit with Court the In Notice II hereby given that -Carl August Hurst 1972. A Mayor. D. We years did of this our before club by In going the early to (I.EII'"II. 1 .. '""'at' ; LB LOOSE

.pursuant. to a final Judgment of -Attest: Merrill Edwards
; and for Bradford County, Florida Palatta, and vice.versa. Also
foreclosure entered in the City Clerk
,1J.: the fictitious name of I 4t 9/7 .a number of trips to Lake City.
i ]Hampton Water Company under sbove-captioned) matter. will On all of these occa.lon.IN
sell the situated in
which property had a wonderful time helped organize -
: In
we are engaged
business at P. 0. Drawer A, Bradford County.; >"4 Florida de- Senior Club, and made CHUCK { GROUND
scribed: fl, SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic friends. .
.' Hampton Fla. 32044: Lot 1,, block ;.4.: LINCOLN all Permanent many
sizes
Letters colors
Arthur Bruno and wife Barbara We are happy to report that ROAST BEEf
CITY, as per> map or plat for..* on wood,glass, Margaret. Jackson Is home from
A. Bruno, P. 0. DrawerA as recorded In deed book I, plastic paper! metal leather the hospital and recuperating

Hampton, Fla. 32044; .sole page 177 public records of ANYTHINcTBradford CoutDISCOUNT nicely. Karl Hoist Is up and .
owners Bradford County; Floridaat Tele al1b. around, and will be backtonor- oV.0Y.M51

Dated this 3rd day of Au- public?.sale,. .to the highest\ mal soon" Houston Drticoll Is -

... - doing much better; also Marian LIBBY'STOMATO i OAKBURNE i rrrlrllr
and Harrison Batchelder. Elsa SNOW
Stein Is pleased with lie reporton !

HAMMONDS her eyestghtBill c CHARCOAL

Richards took Ms grandson DRIFT

Joe back to New Jersey % i i iI
but will return In time for our f JUI E BRIQUETS

trip to Green Cove. Peg and SHORTENING
HOUSE Walter Richardson. returned I 1
: : ( from a nice trip to Maryland. 1

Our recreation directors 320 29C 20 j 42oz

;' Announce* Their Gene Rayburn and Randall! E*> (x X, 8818 69C


V to &h&oI! vts us. for. have.which. been wears very truly helpful gratefUL to- tW JAR \ LD BAG CAN


1' ti1 ry1 expect to resume our 11- f BonuiBuy BonusBuytN BonusBuy
brary duties In September.
-Jo* Kerrigan California .4, ,.\ WliflOMCANT* Kit1!

Oo SEEDLESS A HONEYDEW

I GRAPES :



y Cffi' TO CID I : FIRST QUALITYSLACKS' Mixing Dangerous, TiresIs 3/95 69 < ___

8
I Warns FHP COMPARE! W: :! i [inata]
1@
i BBY'S 1 [in mail 1! KING SIZE

7JH'fH/ Mixing different type of Friskles Cat Food xz 7/$1/ \ '

: .OT $12.95 tires erratic on or vehicle dangerous may performance cause Foamy Lipid Detergent -,- 4/l/ | DRINKS i I i BREAD I

warned tile Florida High- Scouring Sponges -- 2/49c/ 1 .

Shirts Secies AnilTennis BY HUBBARD way Patrol today. 1 rnoziN-LSMONAos.OltTIlDPIIUiT UMEAOB I "IT'S IN THE BAG."
Colonel Eldrig Beach,director Scotch Card -- $1" 1 AND ". CHINKS 1

of the Patrol said "Tires |20oz
Sh. M PanbjPrideSpraySbrch. '" 29
of tile sam type properly Inflated

If+ : with good tread, are the Laundry Rinse -- QAUlN 69 16 oz gV199' (I ax:LOAVE5.22 C
Western
Heavy Weight Type FIRST QUALITY MEN'Si9 main Ingredients for maximum

DUN6AXEESSizes .M.. KnitSuits steering and stopping ability" ,Kiwi i I,Shoe, .Polish _.. _,w 32c ;CANS_ .>c I ,


'The dangers' of mixing tiresIs
EveryDaylow Price EveryDaylowPrkeIVKIf CveryDayLowPrkcPAHTYrtAKI
t not caused by: the use of different 'Rm' BonusBuy
Pride
Pantry
brands or different cord
$54.00' materials., The danger comes FRUITDRINKS VIENNASAUSAGE BHOWH'NSERVI HOT DOCHAMBURGER
from using tires of different .OLGI.'. .

1't Is.'. COMPARETHESE construction types; suchai.ra. corm SCROLLS ROLLS
INSTANT
dial. bas or bIa.-be1tMfTcD-. JAM 1 r_
tew
PRICES struction on-the same vehicle. 5/sl
.
'
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"For maximum safety follow ,. .
$ ANYWHERE .N NN '=:'-
I the vehlct manufacturer's 1.YL tL N/l/-MF/ '' j
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recommenfetion when selecting rnan..ne

You Must Shop At Hammond's To Compare'The replacement tires. ," concluded.Beach. '

nN. on. IeerlagsT glen treyD.rl.arrahr. t.rrrl Iraao+ r + .1o-."y

low Discount Prices ,On Every Item wow Utuor 6's D.SCO _' : MAXWELL L _08n. -.._ t! ,Lo-CAN.
FRENCH
NOW IN STOCK -Construction waSON NGUSI POTATO GRANULATED

In The Store. Paper.' 'All colon to the rain SU6AKCORN OIL wsrNrcwaa. FRIES eNiP SUGAR
.
!
.'Opco'.9. A.M.-To 8 P.M..Afon. Thru.Sat. Closed We j bow. ,Bradford Coottr TWo,,

3 MILES NORTH I Of* &AKEf': 'A:0pen Smday" 1 To 8 P.M. graph. :,M, C'' L-36: :; 96 1 1..3_ 'E"S/tl ,3.c.--48':



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An investment In Your Marty Starling 'Jonah' Musical Clay-Bradford

Future ri Returns From To Be Presented Bus Agreement

: Mission In Peru At Madison Street OK'd By Board


i .J11f 1f lilij lID g11ItJ1J{ TlI ) iilow Rev. and Mrs Marty Starling Whale"A new Joint between transportation. Bradford

and their two eons Joey and the Clay County schools has

".... whenST. i treasure Is, Iheit, ltd! ,our hurt be iWJSSS'M1MW9WWK'1'SRJ years Mike, have of missionary returned after work three In of Madison Keystone reached Heights concerning and Kings-both

MARK'S EPISCOPAL NEW RIVER BAPTIST CHRIST !;;WM*>!W> Peru, South America, where Lake areas Sept Tom Ca-
LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH OF ; 1 : ::1:::;; on
CHURCH. STARKE &:::::iM&;:: ::>:& they established a Baptist Bradford School
'
told the
HOLINESS CHURCH Sunday School 1C a.m. Morn- ATMELROSESchedule at 7:30:
Morning Prayer. John, Sundays M. at Sunday School 9:45 ; Union 11 ajn. Worship of Services Card Of ThanksThe Church Rev. In Starling Lima. Is a 1963 tend.a last the week. Kings-
Rector.Rel. Flynn.. Morning Worship. 11 tun. Youth 7 p.m. Evening Sunday Bible Study 10 ajn. of Bradford High agreement
Service 6 pun. Evening Worship 8 pjn. Wednesday Night service Morning Worship 11 ajn. EvenIng graduate and his wife la the .Lake students In Clay
School will continue to attend
7:30: Everyone wel- Worship 7 p.m.
7 pjn.
MADISON STREET pun.Tuesday, Prayer Meeting 7:30 ,come. All other evenlng-8 pan. kindness of neighbor sand former Jessie Parrlsh of Lake schools on a bus provid
BAPTIST' CHURCH Jim Countryman, pastor friends In our recent sorrow Butler. v \ by Clay County. They will
remain with a Mr. Starling Is member of publlcV'A,
p.m.Rev. will always us counted as transported stu-
W.B. Chauncey, pastor CATHOLIC
ST. EDWARD'S Pine Level Baptist Church
Our sincere the
Sunday> School, 111451 Morn precious memory. in Bradford with Clay
Ing ; GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH STARKE thanks and gratitude for all and attended the Baptist Bible \ \ the transportation costs
.WorshlpatlltChurchTralnIng. 6:15 WMU Prayer EVERGREEN BAPTISTCHURCH CHHSunday URCCH, STARKE Father James Cregan, pastor those comforting acts. The Seminary where he graduated by the state to Brad-
7 15 Circle. School. 10 ajn. Morning Saturday, Mass, 7 p.m.Sunday family of Homer H. Hurst. with a Bachelor of Divinity de- J. schools.

tice. 7 P.m....__ night Worship Service at at U 6:30.ajn. Sunday Union. 6:30 7:30.p.m.Wednesday Evening Prayer Worship. 7p.m.Confessions Saturday 6 1I1mlII1;; ;;;;::1m1;; 1111ili111111111;;;; ;;;;;; m:1;;: ;:;::1 :; gone church year across going from the country church to to its county own schools.will provide Students buses

Wedneldty Sunday School Meeting, 7:10Rev.. Leon for
Officers and Teachers Wednesday night prayer gain the necessary support \ attend schools out of their
Meeting.
meeting at 7:30. T. Odom, Jr., pastor School of Relglon:: his work In South America. but must now provide
8:30
Prayer
: Mating Business OBITUARIESLonzie
;
Meeting Cecil E. Crawford Sr. Pas. Grade School Sunday Uaan. After this he spent one yearIn own transportation,Casey
7:30j: ; Adult Choir
.
to 12 from
Practice 8:30. tor. AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH noon. language school going .
,inWoorIIim Morn High. School -- Sunday. 7pm. j1:1;;:;:;:;:;::;1m:;; ;;;;;ij; i;:; :;j; 1 i11jj; ;;;jm 1:1j: ;1 1H there to Peru.He the agreement was approved
FIRST BAPTIST' STARKE CHURCHOF .t Evening will speak Sunday p-uining to the Bradford school board
CHURCH. CHRIST is
at Pine Level and everyone
7 Wednesday
STARKE Bible School, 10 a.m. Worship Worship p.m. NormanLonzle invited to come and be In the
Sunday School, 9:45: ; Morning Services II ajn.. and Prayer Meeting and Bible Study, CHURCH OF GOD service
Worship at 11 with 7pm. Young People. Meeting OF PROPHECY BROOKER .
sermon by 6 pan. Midweek Service Wednesday
Rev. W.B. Johnson: Church 7 p.m. Ladles Bible every Monday; 7 pjn. Sunday School. id a.m. Morning Norman 59, died ; r amrm: : West CoastSeafood
; r.m
jlt
G.F. Prevatt. pastor. Everyone m1mjili1 ;
Training 6:15: ; Evening'Wor- i Class. Thursday 11 a.m.Church Worship U a.m. Young Peo Tuesday, Aug. 8, In Jacksonville -
ship. 7:30: with sermon ty Rev. located one block west on SR welcome. ple's Service 6 pan. Evangelistic where he had lived for
Johnson 16. Service, 7 pan. Wednesday the past three years. He was Green Callahan; and five Plaza
Monday-Youth. Choir Prac- -J.P.H. Bell minister CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS Prayer Meeting 7:30 p.m. born in Starke on August 14, grandchildren. ,
tice 7 pjm. CHURCH Come and worship with us. 1912; was a retired former anda FW\erala.rvleelwereheld at
Wednesday-Family Night PINEHILL CONGREGATIONAL Sunday School 9:45: ajn. -Rev. Bobby Harris, pastor Baptist. 2 p.m. Monday In the First 1228 N. E. 5th Ave
Supper 6 pjn. Prayer MeetIng METHODIST Morning Worship 11 ajn. Surviving are his wife,Orvllle Baptist Church of Starke with
6:30.: Teachers and Officers Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. SMYRNA MISSIONARY Mae Norman Jacksonville': two Rev. David Lundy pastor of
Mewing 7:15. Church Worship 11 ajn. Youth Ser- Thursday night Prayer Meeting BAPTIST CHURCH sons William E. and L.J.Nor- the First Baptist Church of Wald Road Gainesville
Choir Practice 8 p.m. vice 6. pjn.) Evening Worship 7:30 pjn. 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday Services .man, both of Miami; three Callahan officiating. Interment ,.
7:30: p.m. Rev. L.L. GrlfOs David Hodges Pastor : Sunday School 10 a.m. daughter, Mrs.Earl Denmark was In Jones Cemetery at i PHONE 378.4751'WE
HAMPTON CHRISTIAN pastor. Preaching, U ajn.Training Union Atlanta, Ga.; Mrs. Wayne Bat Callahan, with Masonic rites '
CHURCH PINE'LEVEL BAPTIST 5:45 p.m. Evening Worship ten and Mrs. Linda Hoffman at graveside. Arrangementswere [ SPECIALIZE IN THE
Sunday School 10 I tun. MornIng Sunday School 10 ajn. Morning 7 p.m. Everyone welcome. both of Miami; three sisters in charge of Oxley Mortuary -
Worship U ajn.' Evening' FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Worship II a.m. Kre _r- -Wlbur Dyess, Pastor Mrs. Llnnle Carroll! Ocala; of Fernandlna Bench.
Worship 7-James Shaw pastor. Sunday-School 9:43 ajn.. verce. (Booster Band Young Mrs. Ruby Waters, PdlaUa; BEST FRESH
Morning Worship 11 ajn. Youtt People, and Prayer Service METHODIST and Mrs. Bertie Douglas SEAFOOD
UNITED
FIRST
LAURA Fellowship 6 p.m. Choir Practice 6 Evening Worship 7 pjn. Miami; and 11 grandchildren.
BAPTIST pjn.
Wednesday 8 p.m. Midweek Service, Wednesday STABILESunday Funeral services were held Leroy G. NormanLeroy
,
Sunday School 9:45 Morning 9:45 Morning IN TOWN
a.m. School. ; 1
2 !In the
7:30 Rev.John Strickland, Friday, Aug. 11. at p.m.
11 p.m.
Worship and Senior
a.m. Evening .CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Worship 11; Junior DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with
Worship 7:30 p.m. Midweek- OF LATTER DAY SAINTS Pastor. MYF groups, 6 p.m.
Rev. E.C. Harvey officiating. G. Norman Sr., 70,
ble Study, Wednesday 7:30 p. 1404 E. Bessent Road Wednesday Youth Choir Rehearsal Interment was in Dyal Ceme of Route 2, Starke died Sun- .YOU TAKE OUR SEA FOOD)

m.Be U church Sunday. day.Family Home' Evening-Mon. MORGAN BAPTIST ROAD CHURCH 7:30: 7; p.m.Chancel Prayer Choir MeetIng. Rehearsal tery. day County, Aug.Hospital.13 In the Born Bradford in "HOME AND COOK IT

Lester Austin, pastor. Primary Tuesday, 4:30: pan. 7:45. Bradford County on April 16, OR
Wednesday 'Relief Society Sunday School 10 ajn. MornIng Rev. George L. Harper ? >
Jones 1902, he was a retired farmer
FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30. Worship at 11. Training Tyler and a member of the Bayless IVB WILL COOK IT THE {WAY
FLA. Thursday-, M.I.A. 7:30 pan. Union 6:30; Evening Service, HOPE BAPTIST CHURCHHighway Highway Baptist Church. IfvYOU
LAWTEY.Radio program WPXE 8 to Sunday- Priesthood 8:30 a.m. 7:30.: ( 100 at Theressa. ) Irvin Tyler Jones 66, of Surviving are his wife, Frel- LIKE TO EAT IT.
Sunday School. 10:30 ajn. Eve- Wednesday Prayer and Starke, died Friday. Aug. 11,
8:30 each Sunday. Bible Sunday School 10 a.m, da Norman; two sons Marklee
a.m. ning Meeting 6 p.m.Sacrament. Bible Study, 7:30: p.m. following surgery In a Jack- '
Morning Worship 11 Leroy
School. 10a.m. Sunday;PreachIng a.m.tra.InInc Norman of Hampton and Call 3/8-475 i
Jesse D. Branson Branch --Rev. Bob Cooper pastor sonville hospital.
U a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Union 6:30 p.m. Norman Jr., Starke; one ... .
Prayer Meeting and Bible Study President Evening Worship 7:15: p.m. Mr. Jones was a native of daughter Mrs. Linda Andrews
Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Wewel-i CHURCH OF GOD Wednesday Night Prayer Services Callahan and had lived in Brooker; one brother Tully G.
Take
come you.A.E..Massey pas HEILBRONN BAPTIST 422 N. St. Clair St.. Starke. 7:30 p.m. Rev. Merle Starke since 1939. He wasa Norman Starke; five sisters, For Out
CHURCH HIGHWAY 16 N. 10 MornIng registered forester and before -
Sunday School, a.m. Packham, pastor. Mrs. Audrey Sterns Starke;
tor.
Sunday School: 9:45..m. Worship 11 a.m. Sunday his recent retirement had Mrs. Jeanette Matthews, Lake '"' Service
HAMPTON BAPTIST Morning Worship 11. Training Evening 7 p.m. Youth Night BAYLESS HIGHWAY BAPTIST been employed for many years City, Tenn.; Mrs. Mildred Ed- .
CHURCH Union 6:30 p.m. Evening Service Wednesday 7:30: pjn. Prayer Sunday School,. 10 a.m. Wor- by Container Corporation of .wards Jacksonville; Mrs. Stella
Sunday School 10 a.m.; Morn- 7:30. Midweek. Prayer Meeting Friday, 7:30 p.m.' ship Service U a.m. Church America. He was a member Tlllls znd Mrs. Merla Hub- HOUSE SPECIALITIESFresh
lug Service 11 a.m.; Bible Study Service 7:30: -Rev. Y. W. Kldd. pastor Training 6:30 p.m. Evening of Bradford Lodge F. & A.M.; bard, :'will of Plant City; and
6:30 p.nv;Evening Service 7:30 -Rev. 'L.'Tommy Howe, pas Worship 7:30.WednesdayPrayer: a charter member of the East- seven grandchildren. ( Mullet Shrimp Oysters, Crabs
tor. KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST Meeting ern Star Chapter of Starke. and Funeral services were held Bring This Ad Fot.A 10
% Reduction In Price
p.m.Wednesday "- Prayer and JORDAN MISSIONARY Sunday :$;c1qo( 9:30; Training 7:30 pjn. amtrbeey8 0'/ the 14011.stHpst. at 3.p.m. Tuesday in the Bay-/
Bible Study 7:30: p.m. ,l' ./, BAPTIST MISSION, Union 10:15:- a.m.; MoI'IIIhaWor-.,-; -Rev.-J.O.-RoMnson"J:<*,* : less Highway Baptist Church,,,. For August. ,
L.Melvin. Hamel Pastor. :j .UjS. 301-North."behind Tat.- shlp UU a.m..Ji.veDln8t, Worship ,.i ** <,4..r.BROOKER 9 W.Sullv.hdl&rYe ,.Jones al"lII, of'Ms-wlTe Starke,Myrtle;. two with the pastor Rev., J.D. Robinson -, Fresh Head OnShrimp
tee Free Drive In,' Sunday 7:30: p.m.Prayer Meetlnlr 7:30Wednesday. : .BAPTIST CHURCH daughters, M.... Charles W. officiating. Interment 1.19 lb.
\ BAPTIST) CHURCH -ReVTHC.Cuthbert was In Dye Cemetery with
DEDAN School; 10 a.m. Worship S.r- BROOKER FLA. liodfrey, Savannah Ga.. and
C. Jones Funeral HomeIn
DeWitt
BROOKER vice 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Pastor Rev.Jim Temple pastor.Sunday Mrs. RJV. Green, Jr., Gaines
Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship Service 7:30 pan. Wed ss Interim Pastor charge.
School a.m.Ron Bristol ville; one sister, Mrs. A A. \s,
Services 11 a.m. and 7 day. Superintendent. Training Union .
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Training Union 6 p.m.Rive -Leroy Olive pastor E.L. GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH. 8145.: Lowell Douglas Di- --! s ""
Lacy Conway pastor CrUQs, associate pastor. HIGHWAY S-100A rector. Worship Services 11 a.
: 10 a.m. Morn- m., 7:30. Midweek Prayer Ser-
s -w- 0 Worship, 11;; Training Union vlce 7:30. Lavern Outlaw music I EELECTITUMLINSUN4;

GOSPEL SINS 7: Evening Prayer Worship Meeting 8. Wednesday 7:30.- director. JAMES L.

Rev. Leon T. Odom, Jr.,pas
SA'IIIIA, AYUST 1YIhB:00 t tI tor. GREATER BETHLEHEM
t FREE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH I
: p.m. BETHEL I BAPTIST CHURCH Cor. Ash & Chestnut Sunday t
School 10 a.m. Morning School 9:30; Morning Worship,
1 TiSON AIIIII.IIM Sunday Evening 11; League 4 p.m. Night Service t
U a.m.
I Worship
7:30 Prayer 6 pjn.Rev.. Jasper Williams .
LAKE CITY Worship pjn. pastor
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Meeting 7:30 p.m.' Wednesday.
I t HEAR. t -Rev. J.C. Sanders pastor t
CRUSADER'S QUARTET JacksonvilleSCENICLAND LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST .

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CHAPEL Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning
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PLUS OTHERS Sunday MORGAN- 9:43: a.m. Sunday Worship 11 a.m. Evening .
Advance Tickets $2.00 School: 11 a.m. Morning Worship Worship 7:30 pjn. Wednesday

t Available at Fashion Fabrics t 7 p.m. 8 Evening p.m. Training Worship. Union Everyone Rev. Robert welcome HftUten. >pastor> t

114 W. Call St. In St.rice Wednesday 7:30 Prayer Ser .
vices. CHURCH OF GOD YOUR
at the doer $2.50
1 -Rev. Bob Cooper pastor LAWTEY.' FLA.Scledule I
1. ... _.__ ... of services: Sunday
School, 10 a.m. Morning Worship I
.at U. Evangelistic Ser VI
vice, 6 pan. YPE and Prayer I
Meeting each Wednesday 7:30:
p.m. -- Rev. J Daisy Klght pas :

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Sunday, Mass. 13 noon. Holy I It
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Sunday MornIng A Man of (Proved Ability t
l&mday
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7 pjn. Thursday night 7:30: IS:
?.. Charles Thomas, pastor THIS MAN: tIE
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I They're rested. relaxed. know how to NORTHSIDE BAPTIST 1. Born and reared in Florida Florida, ollege of Law ,

,:; get the best with the .least effort! Summer CHURCH 2. Educated in the Public Schools of ;, .I..t;: 7. Major to.Reserve.the United States Army

i or winter,good weather or bad.they just drive North Intersection) and 225.of Highways Rev. Wayne 16 Hardee and Highlands, Counties '

Y 1 up to our drive-in teller window. bank Wells, pastor. 3. Member of the Armed Services and 8. An experienced trial lawyer in ,

without getting out of their car. .and a-w-a-y Sunday, Evening; Morning 1 both Civil and Criminal cases ,
J r they Why don't you? Today! Service at 11. Service, a Korean Veteran the Gainesville law firm
: go 7:30. Wednesday Service, 7:30 4. Started working at the age of 10 years 9. Partnetfjn ,

pjn. t 5. Worked his way through the University of Scruggs Carmichael Tomlinson ,

CALVARY BAFDIU.lWRCH. of Florida Roscoe and Pridgeon

Worship School U. Training Morning Union, 10. Married. years old. with children 0

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LIONS CLUB HospitaL Hope you are feelIng ter, Lydia, and her aunt Mrs.
The Lions Club of Keystone better now, ftnay. Gladys Parades from Ocala.
Heights will hold their annual Mr. and Mrs. Mike Redfearn Starting In the fall, Mrs. of the City of Key. the city, and Chairman Fox November FoxKeystone
picnic, August 20, at the home and daughter, Kathy, have returned James Eland will be teaching stone Heights and the Keystone who also attended the June In :
of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Joneson after a weekend visit in Interlachen High School. Water Works, Inc. getting together meeting, said he had the .same
Lake Brooklyn. The Lions with their friends Mr.and Mrs. Jeff and Dana Batts have returned on a sale of the facility Impression.On I
and their f families plan a toy of LA. Snodgrasa. In Tltusvllle. from their honeymoon In to the city seem dim. at the motion to release the Heights' new five case residents using; lets distance of 15.20 miles of the f
water sports, and cook-out Brandy James, nephew) of Tennessee and North Carolina the present time.Apparently company from giving the city per cent tax on all utilities.,. utilities, he said there would station. He said customers
Mrs. Don Cottlob of Lake Gene and are slaying/ with Jeffs' the owners of the first refusal Councilman Livingston approved by the City Council be very little difference. would be charged a$13 Installation -
DUPLICATE BRIDGE va, has returned to Ma home In mother for a few weeks before Water Works. the Dv*daughters and Homer voted no, last week,, could become effective After lengthy discussion! Finance fee and $5 monthly. for the
Winners of duplicate bridge, St. Louis, Mo. after spending a leaving for Tallahassee where of the late G.E. WI .- and Fox and Watkins voted yes. in November, Council Chairman Verge Homer service.
Tuesday Aug. 8 were: First, month with Ms aunt and cousin Jeff will be attending FSU. are still basing their asking Mayor Starnes was called on Chairman Everett Fox amid moved that the new tax be approved Smith said tha t good reception .
Mrs. Cay Livingston and Mrs. Traey. price on a 1969 appraisal by to break the deadlock and voted yesterday. and Fox relinquish could be expected from about .
Ray Starnes; Second, Miss Iva William Saeger of St. Peter Mr. and Mrs. Lonnle Strip. an engineering firm showing the against the proposal,thus defeating The City. Attorney Is now ed the chair to Mayor Starnes in six' channel with the aid
Illllyer and Mrs. R.P. Vogh; burg was a recent weekend ling former residents of Keystone net worth of the facility; as It. preparing the necessary ordinance order to second the motion. Itgassed of the 250-foot antenna tower.
Third, Mrs. Faley Boyd and guest of Mr, and Mrs. Charles left August 7 for their $235,840. At a June 7 meet "I think the Council members for an amendment to unanimously, with Roy Mayor Starnes asked what
. Mrs. John Strawn. A tie for T. Smith. home In Dexter, Ga. after a ing between two of daughters should decide how much they the charter and this must be Watklns and Gay livings ton Joining control there would be over the
'l fourth place was held by Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnsonof few days visit with the H.W. and two city officials, no firm are willing to pay for the utility voted on at the next regular in the favorable vote. rates charged, and Smith replied .
.! Bill Bartlett and Mrs. Mary Largo visited Mr. and Mrs. Thorntons on Lake Geneva. price was set, although the appraisal and bring their proposalsto Council meeting in September.If In another matter, an application that If his ) raised
Arthur Ketch on their return Mile Valldejull Is In the Medical when approved the ordinance will for franchise tooperate high it would
Cook; ; Mrs. A.V. Bannisterand was referred to by John the next meeting, wean Its rates too .
Mrs. C.W. Hardy. home from an extended visit In Center In Gainesville aftera E. Norris of Lake City, attor- review the situation" be published for 30 days, a cable television system in lose customers.
California Mrs Johnson serious accident on his mo- ney for the Water Works. Chairman Fox said. and come up for a final'vote Keystone was presented by Coucllman Watkins urged that
LA DIES GOLF ASSN. Mr Ketch's sister. torcycle. He was Injured Sunday The matter came up at the The water company was In October. Ralph Smith of Hawthorne. the council postpone a decision
Eleven ladles came out for Expected this week as guests' Aug. 6, when he collded Council meeting last week when founded In 1924 by G.E. Wig This schedule would be changed He offered optional plans,. on the request pending an
play Thursday Aug. 10. for of the Gottlobs are Mr. and with a 1944 Dodge power wagonon Chairman Everett Fox read a gins, who Installed a main line of course If Mayor Bay whereby his company would investigation of the company's
around of 18 holes at the Keystone Mrs. Jim Andrews of Canton. Highway 100 In Lake Geneva. letter from Norris, asking fora along Lawrence Blvd., with laterals Stares who opposes>> the tax operate the facility or the city history and financial standing,
Golf" and Country Club. Ohio and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Mrs. Tracy Baker, Sr.1 I.expected response from the city, following using Lake Geneva asa should exercise Ms right to could do so. If his company and also a study of what terms
First low net was tied by Lucille Goddard and ,children of St. home soon following. negotiations at the June source of supply.In veto the ordinance. In that operates It,' Smith' said the should be included in a franchise
Starnes and Voncll Ketch Louis, Mo. treatment at a clinic In Freeport meeting. 1933 the facility was expanded case, it would require a four- city would receive one per cent if It Is granted.
Don't forget to sign which Is supported by a and flths vote of the Council to of the revenue during the first
both shouting a 77. Lois Walk. up now Fox said a price of $200,000 a 50,000gallonwater Fox appointed a committee
er came in second with a 78, for the free classes given In grant from the Remington Rand (though no firm offer has ever tank was erected. The override the veto. Since only year, and two per cent in succeeding composed of Councilmen Homer -
shooting 51 on her second nine. crafts at Betty; and Burt'.. Corp. This research program been made to sell at that price) first deep well was constructed four members are now serving : years and Livingston to check into
Lucille Starnes won first placeIn Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tyre have concerns finding a vaccine to would be too high for the facility In 1940, and two more wells on the Council, due to the resignation Smith said that about 400 the proposal and reporton>> their
putts with 28 and Voncll( returned from a week's vacation cure cancer cells. Research and that he would not were added to the system later. of Huntley Red. customers would be needed to findings at the next m Council
Ketch was close behind for a In the Smoky Mountains. centers like the aovel1re! also vote to give even half that much The 1969 survey by an engineering far Jr., this would mean operate the service, and that meeting.
second with 29 putts. Congratulations Their son, Wilson, recently located in Canada and Mexico. for the water system. firm showed that the that a unanimous vute would be they could be served up to a
go to Su Dwyer for graduated from Emery; -Rlddle Pete and Carol Bowers of Since the Water Works' fran company was providing service to override the veto.Tilha .
"chipping In." Aeronautical University In Chevy chase, Md. and their chise gives the city the right of for a total of 487 commercial Mayor also has the rightto
Daytona and Is spending the children are visiting the Wil "first refusal" If the owners and residential customers. let the ordinance be enacted KEYSTONE
NOTARY! CLUB summer with his family In Key; liam Bakers on Lake Geneva decide to sell, Councilman Roy Income during the year 1968 without his signature.Fox MELROSE
Jan Torgersen. YMCA exchange stone. He will return to Day for two weeks. Mrs. Bowerswas WatkIns said he thought the was shown. 25840. estimates that the new
counselor from Nor- tom In the fall to attend Day. formerly Carol Baker. Council should release the owners After Wiggins' death several tax will produce from $8,000to IUSINESS IIIICTOI.Y
tona Beach Mr. and Mrs. Ken Cooper the water $:),001)) annually for the city.
way was guest speaker at the Community College, so they can sell elsewhere years ago system
,
Keystone Notary Club; last Fri majoring In radiology. have returned from a two-week If they wish.CouncUman. became the propetyy of his five ail I.K,>>.I.' ,C $2,000 to$3,000
day. He expressed the great Miss PrIscilla Dodd retuurned vacation in Indiana, where they Cay Livingston daughters. One of them, Mrs. over the $0.00(1( SiaJ Is presently -
differences In customs and the home August 11 'after spending visited both their mothers. On remarked that If the city turned Virginia McCord, is presidentof budgeted from this source. FISHERMAN'S SUPPLIES iIARIIYARF:;(CAROEN:
economic growth between Nor- the summer at Camp Glllad, the way homo they stopped In down the offer, It Is possible the corporation owning the Starnes expressed doubt that
way and the U.S., and pointedout the children's Bible mission auburn, Ala. where they visit that the owner might sell to property.; the tax would produce this much --rrSLIMS .HAPWARE'
some similarities In weather In Polk City. Her Duties there ed Walt and Mary Thomas,for someone else at a lower figure revenue and said he thought tJ s
conditions. consisted of waterfront director : mer residents of Keystone, and that the city; might have there was a better way to raise V ANIGAlHN
He said he then on to Annlston Ala. where been BadenPowellScout the revenue "across the
was proundtohave and counselor. She will willing to pay. Fish -tTStuff
they saw Bruce and Marian bonrd." Ho said that one-third CENTER '
been selected as an exchange leave around the first of Sept Explaining his position, Fox
counselor, and given the opportunity ember for DobJones University. Moon. Marian was form.rlyMiss said: "If we grew enough to Camp of the of people will be paying the Live Bolt A complete line of Hdw.iNIre i<;
to visit this country. In Greenville, S.C. where she Beasley. afford a city manager,we mightbe bulk .the new tax U It is en Crick ettShlnnertWormsMinnow' '
Fran Stephenson !has returned will work on her degree in elementary Mr. and Mrs. Bruce McRae able to handle the operation Ends Season acted. .f.-
from Miami where site launched their bait In Palate of the "I'm not opposed to the five
attended education. water plant but not Plumbing *: Electrical: Supp.
l a Vocational Training Mrs. Robert"Dodd formerly and cruised down to Sanford under our present set-up.", Scout per cent tax" Stares said TACKLE.RODSoREELS.FISHII'IG ,
Conferenco. Annie Cardenas, honored Miss where they spent the night re After further discussion Duden.Powell Boy 'but we should be reasonable I HUNTING ,.' firo-Tona; 1 fertilizers ; +.
10catedsouthea.totMeI.rose '
Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Wrinkleof Diane Paredes with a bridal cently. Watklns madea motion to forego Camp, in our taxes. Up In Jacksonville LICENSES AMMUNI- Insecticides: '''tf'
closed Its summer session
lilaleah were guests of the shower at her home In Cross Also St. cruising John's River that weekendo.ithe were the the city's option to buy, and. ,on Saturday, Aug. 5. Some: month, they charge are imposing for garbage a. $3a TION' ICE Hwy 21 ".::200 ydi From, ::.
Miller Wrinkles for a week, Creek Monday-night: Aug. 7. after turning the gavel over to all .
from
Bennetts, Beelers and the 1\ia.- 1,500 Boy Scouts over collection on everyone, and if Xoyttone Ht'. 4734357FIlRNITt'RECIFTS Ltqht
Bruce returning Wrinkle homo on the fifth. Out of town guests for the occasion sas. They put their boats In Mayor Ray Starnes, secondedthe northeast Florida enjoyed the wa want to raise more money Keystone Ha... 473-3663

came from Bradenton, their for nephew a one-, were Mrs. Emma Diane's Guarino Godmother near Orange Park and want Starnes motion.said that he left the facilities offered by. this 700- for the city; I say let's put a ( : .. .Fs, "
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north as far as Mayport. acre camp. ..... TELEVISIONS COM)
day visit. and her two daughters, Teresa June meeting, with the Impression Sumner activities Include $3:111'10: on garbage collection '
Pete Beeler of Mr. and
son "
!Mrs. T.J. llawes Is home that the In the city. Lake Geneva
New would likely
and Laurie from York. owners and field
Mrs. James Beeler Jr. of O- n qua tics, camp craft TV Service Center
after being hospitalized for observation place another The proposed new tax will bo
Also from New York, her aunt. price on the under the direction of
Park is homo after suffering sports
In Alachua General; range utility a Ut live per cent on all utilities Furniture ,
Mrs. Nllda Rlos and her daugh- an accident when he rode as a compromise with A! BUjkman, program director In the *
his bicycle In front of a car. for the North Florida Council, city, includingelectric QuasarTVSTERO
water! telephone, bottled -
He was hospitalized In St, Vin. Boy Scouts of A.nqrlca. and Gift & Candle ShopEXQIISITE
gas, heating oil.. It
cent's Hospital, Jacksonville.Pete Keystone Schools, The camp also offers a week
would replace the utility
To the Citizens; ; to Senior Scouts present CAR AND PORTABLE
of ,
is the grandson of the training
James Beelers of Keystone.< Will Start At ages 1416. One boy Is selected on electric tax which and is water Imposed>>services.only : .: (CIITSFurniture ; TAPE DECKSCOMMERCIAL

Freda Different TimesiJ from each troop; aced trained
Wyman has Just returned The present tax is set at ten For AND
Every
'- -In Pennsylvania from a week's where vacation she at- Keystone 'Elementary ,and The for camp leadership Is open In all his year troop.to $1"per" cent mont'i,"but has'a' ceiling (of Tatte''And Purse 'RESIDENTIAL.tAR : ..,,.,

of Clay County tended her high school class I UiglvScliool wtU-open Tuesday Scouts'and there is ,seldom, a, rf per watt- 'and', no ole matte'tl'r llY'f"howrmilch Sri'OIlY Cc licll! :Dis51I'"a 1 \ l' '... { rCOrmiTlONlNG'f J;: ( / ) r M
reunion and visited relatives.Bill Sept. S,; with a few changes} In weekend that It Is not In use used The new tax will have Hwy. E. SM.KSiUSIiKMUw. .: { ; ;N,
Gne'ft---
and Gerry Simeral have order. ._. by 'some troop. A ranger is on 100 Lak .''
no ceiling. tESTO'.III.uarrs.: ': :
been busy entertaining guests Due primarily to the bus situation duty at all times, and the public Fox said thai: the new lax 1 MI. Eau ol Keystone Hjti.REAL .' .
this summer. Leaving July the high school and elem, Is invited to tour the campat would. cost him, as a typical 47M6SIJ10BILE I
28 after spending three days mentary will start at different any time. resident about : :ST"nRichardT
$36.60
: HOMEWant :
Health state Five boys from the Keystonearea per ..
were Mrs. Slmeral's cousins, times. regulations
year a*compared with the$19.
Mrs. Lucy Motet her daughter that all people must be seated Troop 574, were recent 20 lie II now paying. In the- LovornReg. to sell jour :Mobile
Edith and son, Mario,from on the bus it all times. Therefore campers at Baden.Powell. Home If iou have buyer,
Brooklyn N.Y. Mrs. Mofet's to eliminate' crowdingthe Scoutmaster Dick Abies reports Rcul Estate Broker :Mobile Homo Brokers will
brother, Louis Fran from buses, high school will begin that Jimmy and Bobby Neale, J L. Anderson urI'ango1.1.. financing and
Tampa, Joined them here for a at 7:30 a.m. nod ',c, dismissed Richard Bedell, and Scott Pap- Insurance details for a brokerage
few days. at 2 p.m. Elementary pas earned their Swim Merit LAKE PKOPERTIl fee of 10'iof; the selling
Also guests of the Sim era Is grades: will start at 9 a.m. and Badges and also did the one John 1., Anderson, 74,of Keystone RESIDENTIALBUSINESSACREAGE1 : I price. I For,more informationcall
this past week from Long Is be dlmlssedat 3 i D.m. mile swim. This troop Is sponsored Heights, died Saturday .
1 land. N.Y. was Gerry's sister Elaine Jlendersol1lv111 replace by Faith Presbyterian Aug. 12, in a Gainesville nursing MOBILE HOME BROKERSRT.
Marie Mature, and her son M 'II. Gornto who has retired, Church, with meetings held each home after a short illness. APPRAISALS 1 BOX 350 J.
Joey and her niece and nephews, as the first grade teacher. Tuesday night at 7:30. All boys He was a retired iron worker '
Linda Columba, Nlchlas Favalldes Rosemary Kriner will replace are welcome to Join this troop. and a member of the Methodist Keystone Hgf.. 473.3254, MELROSE, FLORIDA 32666
and Anthony Ray. They Norma Mitrtin In the third Mr. Blackman Is In charge Church. PHONE 475.1751
enjoyed trips to Disney World grade, and Norma will bo located of all activities, including Surviving Is one 'daughter! Edna Kncpper; At tec.
and Six Gun Territory while In the Special Education, camping, health and safety, Mrs. Doris Bennett of Keystone 473-4111
they were here. department.' and conservation for the North\: Heights, and grandchildren.
Contributions: : are In orderto Josephine Baumer will Florida Scouts with other Funeral services were held Martha Durbin, At to>>
1 wish to take this opportunity to thank you for allowing W. Huntley Refearn, Jr., our replace 1'.11'10. Benton In the 4th camps under his direction at at 10 a.m. Tuesday In the De- 4733362BEAITY .
me to serve as! your County Commissionerlfram' District: local sales and service representative grade, and Sandra Jucknath will Interlachen Mlddleburg, and Witt C. Jones Chapel at Keystone LEOMARD'sOUT60ARD
5 in the past and pledge you my continued service and cooperation of Gulf Life Insurance replace Frank Davis. Orange Park, with Baden- Heights, with IntermentIn *
Irene Dikes will be Powell as the primary camp. the Keystone Cemetery. SHOP
in the coming four Co. He was awarded the National a new
I will continue work
years. to
He is a member of the Keystone
Sales Achlevementaward teacher this year In the Ens-, SHOP
diligently for the prosperity of Clay County. for 1971 by the National Association llsh department of the secondary Heights Rotary Club and Is liv Nell'sBeauty
In closing would like to pubIJclyrh.nkMr.'Joe Marcy for of Life Underwriters school. Betty Jo RussellIs ing in St. Augustine temporarily S.E. MCKAY
his decision to withdraw from the race. His interact la the In Washington D.C. in recognition also new, replacing Mrs. with plans to move to the REALTOR StyleShop."For JP
Democratic Party has been! proven by his action of superior sates and Baden-Powell camp In the near

Always feel free to call on me.I AM YOUR Commisatonarl service.Mr. (Con't To Next Page) future. Ky ton* Hts. 473-4816) alovelier
Sincerely and Mrs. James S. Mer-
rlweather have Just returned Johnson Motors
yes"Phene
HOMES ACREAGES
I. [Lancaster from a trip to North Dikota RENTALS SALES & SERVICE
H."lanny"y where they visited Mrs.Merri- STOP 475.2211
(Pd. Pol. Adv.) weather's mother, Mrs.Farns- Jvw GL&TRON ANDCHECKMATE

!Mr.. ".Ih. fawn l'M-4740 Between Keyttone* BOATS
(Con't. To Next Peg) (; ) xon 4 V467 9
Uk STEAMINGAND Hoightt s
J Crol.h1RO1eon iZV'Sli .c
; ;; 4.t-40S, end Molrote Keystone Height, Flo.

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CAR LOAN Ducky's Department Store ,:"

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Summer Sale Successful! :,

R. G. Cola f/I!

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0. L. Linsin of Ducky's expresses Thanks to the people of Keystone >'
: and area for the Great Success of their Summer Sale that is loP.';"
Limit 1 vi) 5.00 Fooj' Order .
still in Progress. '


PORK CHOPS -- > I .,.

Why put up with a car you can't depend on 1? Geta The Store rush began shortly after the Telegraph hit the streets in

:: 1 new car now and enjoy reliable sale driving. To Keystone; and many shoppers are still taking advantage of the hugt

finance your car, see ua for a low-coat, eaay.to-..... savings! Mr. Linsin ur those who have not taken advantage of

pay Auto Loan. Our loan experts are ready to serve the savings to do so while a large quantity of quality merchandise ,",<.
you, with speed in confidence.KEYSTMffi .
choose from.
remains
T'ik still to ,

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STATE 1AMXMatter .,..

Ih "The Bradford County Telegraph was the only News Media I used t
5 00 Food ,/rdpf JXLC XT*M HrisM Jb.Frleafly in announcing the sale." .Linsin. said.' .\ ,"' ', I'

1 1i I 'lour BaIt fa Tooth 1'dV"cH:1.11 )'
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Carlson JohnsonMr. Paredes Larsen Consumer .


Keystone Hilites and Mrs Leonard Carl- Miss Diane Janette Faredas, Scene How To Avoid The Appliance Serviceman

*.'" son of Keystone Heights announce daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert fM
the engagement of their I.. Parades of Keystone
daughter Diane Joan, to Paul Heights was united In marriage SJ
(Fr.... Preceding ) George Johnson, son of Mr.and to Ronald Charles Larsen want- long will you hThat ave to
Page
Mrs..Carl J. Johnson also 01Key.tone on August 13 at 8 p.m. In St.William' "Are dOQ,' .ecure1f: for service can
closed? Most washers mMI
? vary greatly from few
Heights. Catholic Church a
worth,, Mrg. Ffcmsworth celebrated -, team and will be working tor Keystone Heights with father A few simple checks might of radio-dispatch' "stockrooms dryer., for example, have hour to several day. depending
her 02nd He The bride-elect graduated save you the cost of a service on wheels, can manage only on the proximity: of
Is
birthday while >olar.1\I
football scl Maurice Imhoff
a from officiating call about eight service calls a day. electrical interlocks
high school last spring on your non-operating << which the servlcer and how wail he
they there.Miss
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were also a member of the MelroseJudo The bride wore a of Imported To help avoid the
In Pomptoo Likes NJ., and is sown appliance. you: expense : prevent operation if doors are I Ie staffed
Sjjrllva flood will leave Club and holds the senior now attending St. Johns River white silk organza over Believe it or not, more than of canine a servicemanto not fully closed.j .. General Electric, the na
around the first of,September rank of Cokyu. Junior i taffeta. The skirt was enhanced one homemaker i ia daily embarrassed fix an appliance that is Examine the controls to tion's largest appliance
College In
for Greenville S.C. where she A cake decorating! course will ftlatka. with tiny pearls and a train when the serviceman performing perfectly,GE sug see if they are set properly. maker, presently ha a "Cus
will be nursing Barge Memo be held the latter part of Sep Mr. Johnson Is a graduate of ef Venetian lace. deduces the cause of her ge.tafou first check your In.structon A refrigerator won't refrigerate tomer Care Service Every.
rial Hospital. She receivedher tember or the first of October, Keystone Heights High School Attending the bride was Nancy problem as an unplugged book most for possible!basic if the temperature control where" network consisting of
RN degree from the and will run for six weeks. For and SJRJC. and will attend the Hurner as maid of honor and And electrical it is cord or a blown fuse.. reasons troubleshooting as information.If carry dial turned has to been OFF'Inadvertently factory service centers In
even more embarrassing than 100
Orange Memorial Hospital In further Information, contact Jo University of West Florida In Annie Dodd. Stephanie Bannis when he present* his you've misplaced it / If a dishwasher or auto ket more, complemented major by 6 mar.000
Orlando and her Bachelor's Degree Reed at S p.m. at 473-4734, or Pensaoola this fall. ter and Kathy Moore as brides minimum charge for the servIce here' a quick checklist of matic washer will not fill with factory trained servicing dealer
of Nursing from the BobJooe. Sara Lega..t 4734753. The marriage will take place maids. They wore empire call./ common problems worth saying water see If the main water and Independent servic
s University.; Miss Dodd Mrs. Fred Dodd has completed In March 1973 in the Community waistline styled dresses of Quality appliance service in and following: supply has been turned off in ing agencies.
has spent the summer with nine weeks of nurses ; Church of Keystone printed voile. Junior bridesmaid not inexpensive since the service / If the appliance operateson the home or by the water All service call by factory
make it
electricity, certain
her mother. Mrs. Fred Dodd training at Alachua General Heights. was Michelle Paredesand technician must bring his is plugged in. If it runs on company for repair technician are "by appoint-
and has been working In the the flower Kim .hop on wheels" to your If, after aili\.these check, ment" with the _
Hospital and Is now trainingat ,girl, Coon- door. General Electric Company gas check to see that the pilot the appliance U still on the customer
Alachua Hospital Gainesville. the University; Medical Cen- er. for example, estimates la lit. blink then it I ill time to get within a promised four-hour
Ted Bachmann and his family ter. She will receive her degree There it no fun in drawing/ a Attending/ the groom, son of even its moat proficient service /Check for blown fuses or professional help. Having the time pan and the GE
have been visiting Mrs. Albert in Licensed Practical Nursing mustache on the candidate' Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bunkleyof technicians,operating outTrade tripped circuit breakers, model number. of the appliance standard .is to complete 80%
Bachmann In Keystone. / next December. potter thttt dal//". ft only/ give Orange lle. Fla. was Edward which can result from overloads available,when you call either on the day they are re-
Mrs. Ed Pataer has returned him a more mod look. Larsen as best man and on the electricallystem. is a good ideal!.' ceived or the following day
from an extended visit with her Glen Williamson. Bobby Dodd -InformationIs II
son and other relatives' In Or. ..'..........."".......,."' '.." and MIcheal Grace as ushers. Available r------------ --------- ---,
lando. Junior usher Alex
was Cardenas -
with Hoyt Grace as ring Non tariff barriers which
Mr.. L-utse. Brown of Greenville 1- Notes bearer. discriminate against United I .b

Miss. spent 'last week Steven Paredes was 'the organist States industry are the sub- NOTI E !
with her friends, Mr. and Mrs. Helen Egan accompanying/ Tom Prevo.t jects of an intensive study bya .
W.Q.Adams. as soloist singing/ / Ave high-level task force of the
Mrs. Bob Hayes has returned Maria. 71SUBSCRIPTION
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National of .
Association Man-
FELLOWSHIP CLUB
after her The '
accompanying: / husband reception was held at
on a trip to Miami. The monthly luncheon was enjoyed The school meets every Tuesday the Keystone Lion's Club with ufacturers.The .
Mrs. Louise Nelson has returned = by 19 members at the from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Gladys Parades cutting the wed report, "The Many RATES :
from a trip of several Lions Club on August 10. It in the educational building. ding/ cake and Kendall Turner faces of Non tariff Barriers,"
weeks touring the Scandinavian was nice to greet some members Date change: The Boards keeping/ bride's book. >tates that the U. S. objective
countries One of the membersof who have been absent for of Trustees, Stewards, and should be to put international 1 TO THE I It
Christian Education will meeton
her party; was Mrs. Charles a long time;Mrs. Mary Wilcox :
Uerusha) Oliver, formerly of and Mrs Anna S. James. August 22 at the regular Keystone Schools competition on a fairer and t I.h i *
more equitable basis for
Kuras has been hours
Keystone now a resident of Mrs Terry
flame de Gras, Md. Mrs. Nel battling/ pneumonia for a month, (From American business and Industry la 1
Preceding
son's niece Betsy, and her family and was unable to attend; also HOMEMAKERS NOTICE Page) by negotiating a new
Mrs.Joe Clark and child. Mrs. Camille Stewart who continues The Melrose homemakers set of international trading I .County I
Telegraph
ren accompanied her from to be a patient inAlacham Club will send delegates to Petrllla In this department. rules which would be bindingon .
Greensboro S.C. andwilhpenda General Hospital. the August 29 meeting at Larry Russell will replace all nations.
week In Keystone A meeting of the Telephone the Alachua County; Extension Larry Llnsin. and Pat Bayleos 1 i. .
interested in
Mrs.. William.A Bortner of Committee was held followingthe Office from 9:30 to 12 noon. will succeed Mr. Zucker in the Companies
Baltimore, Md.will be the guest luncheon. Clothing. leaders will discuss Math department. Joyce Mar foreign trade may obtain a 1 I
of Mn. Charles T. Smith for The next meeting/ will be a "You.. what you wear." tin Is also a new teacher in this copy of the report by writingto 1 .
a week. Game-Fun Day on August 24 at department. the National Association of r' ,
Mrs. F.G Munch Is home 1:30 p.m. in the Lions Club. PERSONALS James Wlidt will replace Mrs. Manufacturers, 277 Park 1I
and doing/ very well after eye The Bradford County; Senior Mr. and Mrs. Grover and Guard In the Social Science department Ave., New York, N.Y. 10017. I EFFECTIVE AUGUST 1,1972 :
surgery In Alachua General Citizens Club has been unableto Mary Benham left last week with Susan Hedrick
Hospital.Mr. meet for the past four for a stay on Eleuthera Island replacing Mrs. Davle as libra
.and Mrs.James Wharton weeks due to the Recreation in the Bahamas. These rian. Shotgun Schultz his ,
have returned after spending/ the Hall being without air conditioning are out of islands where with a Mary Cotton,the former Mary brother-in-law ii considering lays I One Veer, $6 "Six Files., $3.50 1,
day In Daytcra with friends,Roger Local Keystone members group teenagers from Brown will be back In the suing a local firm for unfair
gel
and Macy Peele. have missed joining their Springfield Baptist Church in Science Department this fell, hiring practices because It offered 1 ,
Miss Kathy Wharton was home Starke friends at these meetIngs Jacksonville, they will holda with Annell Dell returning to him a Job. 'Ie
for the Ay...stlngand recuperating but will have an opportunity mission study program. the Music Department. IN BRADFORD CLAY AND UNION
before going back to Camp ; to meet some new Senior I I
Immohalee for another week of members when the Bradford Houston Driscol recuperating INDIAN BEACH--
counseling.' ;: Club goes to Green Cove on at home and able.to get getting along real well.
Miss Jancy McMurtry spent August 22, to meet Jointly around with the use of a walk- Griffin's Lodge reports that 1 COUNTIES :I II
three weeks In Keystone with with the new club there. er. INDIAN BEACHLake the bass are still biting. Roy
her parents Mr.and Mrs.Kyle MELROSE CHAPTER got eight on Thursday and ten .
McMurtry. Janey Is presently Some 100 members of the Mr. and Mrs. Walter Koblen- Saala Fe) on Friday. Shipman's Camp I I
'touring Canada''and will returnto melrose Community; AARP berger and Mrs. Barbara Johnston reports some nice bass
Michael
Auburn where she will teach Chapter will gather todayThurschy and children all of Jacksonville Byi Phone 475.1112Mrs. H. Caltty catches, and bream and catfish Elsewhere $700 Per Year
( ) at 11:30 for a I
this falL and Mrs. Evelyn Cun- .re'biting off the docks.
Mrs. Mary Cook. Jacksonville covered dish luncheon in the ther of Cleveland Ohio spent The Came Commission was
formerly of Keystone was Episcopal ftrleh House with a day recently with the Rev. .AI VanNetta had a plea out last week doing a spot
the guest of Miss Iva HUyer In members of other chapter Milton Scriptures. Rev.GeorgeScripture. sant surprise .centJywhenher check on fish, and reportedthat S4UOO for 6 Months :

Keystone and Gainesville. areas attending./ Presidents- ; .-,. and,.I I,children j of grandson who she hadn't seen Santa Fetes more bass .)...
Miss Michel Boyle,daughterof I R.F. slmroons; iwillnpresldeI Hamilton'; Ohio are.mltlng, In ten years, came down\ visit for its size": Than any ether lake ".n
Drl'UnBPMrWJtthh' Btttle I I \bring.,v'tiesfor!; *-o the Scriptures thlsxweekviw\, ?.."", her from "North Contort.;'Ohio2:( artxmdi1: "We're ..11iI..t, o'l *n'abundsncie Iaaai'-1 uxasa .'1.1(1.'lUll, ( uubtio .v" !\k.: O.i: V \....;:>> i) .-a ,1..

placed third Jrthe Il-and-under corning ac" *, Y t the fall w" uI. li.ll /101'' Her son At and his 1a ntjlycame: 'of catfish from =
I I
agegroup for equitation in a season.- by for a visit after doing/ some fingerling size up to three 1
horse show at Blowing/ Rock, COMMUNITY'CHURCH Light Lively sightseeing/ Canada. A coupleof pounds So come on out and ,------------ -------------
N.C. She also placed fourth in days later, Bill VanNetta help catch 'em.
the Virginia Horse Show Medal On Sunday morning Aug. 13, came out and all
they enjoyed ---------------------------- -- - - - - - -- --------------
Class., Ml- Pastor Stewart McCord celebrated and
Congratulations. Sacrament Orange Dressing fishing visiting.
chelel the of Buddy Ellis underwent
Mike Wrinkle son of Mr. and Baptism for the Infant daughter 1 cup Florida creamed heart surgery two weeks open ago,
Mrs. Miller Wrinkle of Lake of Mr. and Mrs. Vogh., He collage cheese and Is now recuperating at TO
also announced that the weekly NOTICE CANDIDATES
will leave
home.
Keystone, on Augu.tUfoI' 1/4 cup frozen Florida
Vacation Church School has orange
Carson Newman
College juice My uncle Alfred Hudson had
concentrate, thawed
vacancies for children from 3years
In Jefferson Tom He will his
and surgery on ann,and another
play on the freshman football up to junior high age. undiluted bone graft last week. He hopesto

be) home bv the_ .middle. nf
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the "eeku FOR ALL POLITICAL OFFICESSTATE

Mrs. Lyness and daughter.
FPL Dorothy, and Arthur Crevasseof
presents afewways Gainesville visited Mrs.Jo
Strandberg recently. Dorothy OIJNTY-MIJNICIP
Butler of Ormo.od Beach visited
to her mother Mrs. Strandberg,
use your energy last latives week in and Brooker they visited and Lake re According To Florida Election Lows) Exp enditures


between 4 and 8 tonight. and Butter Mr.children and Mrs.of L.D.Vero Ingersoll Beach Must Be limited To Amounts On Deposit In Candidate's Account.

spent a week with their mother,

Mrs. Edith Addy, r ntly. IN ORDER TO COMPLY WITH :THIS LAW
They went on to vlsltln.._inla, ;

week.Ca., then returned here for a Wl MUST REQUIRE THAT ALL POLITICAL ADVERTISING

Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Barrows

visiting had an/ enjoyable Mr. and trip Mrs.recently Junklnsin AND PRINTING REPAID FOR 'IN ADVANCE,

Aurora, 111., and Mr. and .7
Mr. Abell in Delvan WIs. ,
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Both of the couples are winter
;L1:1y' : i visitors here.

.... : 't J.D. and Doris Carlton sister had (CII\PTER 99, ARTICLE 6, fLORID ELECTION} LVUS\\ )
her
as recent visitors
4 t l ; 1 and family Mr. and Mrs. Gene. (a) No candidate campaign treasurer, or deputy campaign: treasurer shall authors ,v

I Kelly other and children sister of Mrs.Clewiston.Her Clara the incurring: of any expense on behalf of the candidate orin: furtherance or aid of \:,

Lazenby and childrenalso visited his candidacy UNLESS THERE ARE MONEYS DESPOSIT I IN TilE CAMPAIGN

:, Pete them and for Joyce a week.Barton spenta DEPOSITORY TO THE CREDIT OF THE ACCOUNT KNOWN\ AS TilE CAMPAIGN

.. : recent weekend with Jim and: FUND OF THE CANDIDATE SUFFICIENT TO PAY THE AMOUNT:: OF THEIR EXPENSES -

Rnap J .t % t Evelyn Clty.; Last Brummett weekend In the Panama Bar SO AUTHORIZED: together with"all other expensed"'!* previously authorized..

rL Jv tons were visited by Charlleand
.
y) / Vanetta Morris of Houston, :'i

loins The Hale-Mlzelle family reunion Any such expenses, incurred or authorized, or official campaign treasurer's report

will be held Sunday Aug. thereof, in excess of such moneys on deposit SHALL BE:DEEMED TO CONSTITUTE

r t i 27, at the Lakeside Community A VIOLATION OF THIS SECTION
i l g ti Center In Lake Butler, startingat i
rY f 'tt 10:30 with a basket lunch at aWe
t I p.m. AU family memberssnd
friends are Invited to attend, .,

-r.J f i'f' and folding are cia requested In. to bring some Will Appreciate The Cooperation Off 'AH! Candidates -


a.rA s were Mr.the visiting and weekend.Mrs.in Tom Tallahasseeover Norwood In Helping Us Comply With The law By


Lamar Recent Malphurs guests of included Gladys Dan ard Keeping All Political 1 Advertising And Printing

ny and Bootele Be thune and Larry

By using less electricity between 4 PJV1 and 8 PM-the ville.and Linda Raymond Royal Malphurs of Jackson, and PAID IN ADVANCE

: hours"\vhen uses a lot of the daughter spent last weekend I
( everyone? electricity at same with the Malphurs.

time-you'll help lessen the chances of a summer power Bradberry Uncle Howard of Oxford.and Aunt Ala.Lena wererecent -THANK YOU-

( shortage. And save yourself money too. guests of the Chlttyi.; I .. >f
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Their son Jimmy, and several ;'
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other -relatives from Oxford, : :
1=t=JJtl) Ala. -tame down Thursday I TELEGRAPH"i
morni2 .nd.taye4 till Sunday, I
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""*9 *"'*.v.*** when my all returned home. : BRADFORD COUNTY
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My cousin SnooMe Stegall, I
Please use less electricity between 4 and 8 tonight and children of WllUston spent -r.
several days with the Chittys; .
last week, along with numerous I
other visitors. We took Granny 1 "
;.:.; ( : ..; Copeland to see her doctors in I
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Gainesville last week and she's J
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Involving motor -

under Monday probation and wen by placed Circuit additional was charged year with In escape prison.from H- CLASSIFIED AD RATES The Glass Shop OLII\P' MOBILE HOME SALES NUGENT ELECTRIC New Phone No
Deadline for Insertion Monday
the Florida State Prison De- Service, It Our
L. Patten. PolicyWorld SERVICE
Judge George
5 p. m. preceding Thursday Chas
cember 9, 1971 along with two 904.0282Gerald
Leonard' Cummlngs, 21, pled before publication .....'. ... .. Residential And
Inmates. "
other A '
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guilty to charges of breakingand - For. '' ..', '''_ .,!1' ':;':" of Wonder and Marvel! 1972 er t .
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Involving a separate escape a: Commercial
entering an automobile Minimum Charge 91.75: Models must sol) S200 over Invoice -- Wiring E. Brown
was placed on a two ;year pro- James Randolph Llngefelt (Cover. 15: words) AH CARS and TRUCES price; delivered and Set up within 100 {( .9"' c -Additional Outlets-
Cummings entered a plea of guilty and mile radius. See it to believe ill) 30- --
bation. Orglmlly Ins.
sentenced to term of Each word over 15, 8e was a Conditioning
had also been charged with the day warranty

larcey of a tape player from six Prosecution months. was handled by AU Classified Ads must be Custom Vinyl Auto Tops Alto available an our lot. 2 used Mobil. Hookups Plaza Shopping
the vehicle belonging to paid for In advance unless 1017 N. Main! CPrflte Traitor Pol. Motors
Alston. A sit. State Atty. Joe DeMem- Hornet and 2 Rpot....lons. CenterBy
Joseph
Service
24-Hour
you have established account
Thomas Eugene Webb 19, ber. Allan Parlapiano. of the with The Telegraph In that _Hwy. 100 W..f- Stark 964.5606
Public Defender's office, represented Phon 964.8641
was convicted on charges of the defense. event 504! extra charge for ( Nancy Florist)
larcey of an auto from Thomas billing. Not responsible for A Hole in Your Roof I
M. Henley last April 3. The trial of Lillian Lloutxa, SgWINO\ MACHINE REPAIRS
Judge Patten sentenced Webbto Carson Grtffls and Joe Reddish errors when given over the r. :' AND PARTS HOUSE CALLS LONG CHAMP FOR RENT 12 wide Mobile
on charges of conspiracyto phone' or when copy Is not Or> AWHOLE homes .outside city; limit.J. B.
a period of probation for SHOP WORKING girls and ladles needto
and to the office. WORK
typed; brought -
commit extortion, was post- and Lynn'White. Ph. 964-6114
five years and also ordered Home and Building borrow extra money Call
him to pay $500 restitution to poned to the November 13 trial i ALL WORK OUARANTKEDCounl or 9648799. If QO answer Margie) at 964-7449. tfchg
the victim. term of court. - ; NEW !Materials' call 964-8874. tfchg
Charges against the three defendants -
Two state prison Inmateswhopled
allege that on last CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ROOF 'y \I'E BUILD .,
guilty to charges of SECRET. Lost Water
March 24, they did unlawfully .. CanerCOLLECTOR'S_ body bloat, puffiness MARTIN CAMPERSU.S.
escape were sentenced to serve $1.75 Inch Your Plsns. Or Ouu Weight,
additional prison terms. comsplre to Injure tile reputa- 2 Inch minimum per $3.50 J & J Roofing Co. Your Lot Or Ours." etc. X-Pel Water Pills only '
-
Terry Lee Keene changed his tion of Union County Sheriff .. ,,1-yu.; $3 or Money Back Refund. -- 90 West Lake City
John WhItehead. --- -- Phone 964-8088 4734735. FREE ESTIMATE*.1 Koch's Drug Store. lOtp- 8/17 Phon. 752-3723


Memorials Resolutions'fhanks Proclamations Hiway 301 South URIC! : A -HRAC ITEMS: Hemndcling Additions- Kepair", New X-11 ReducinK. Plan.. 42 For Bott S.I.ction Of

301 Union : Card of I I'/j' \Ii. N. of KeystoneState IIMes Bought-Sold Tabets, $3.00. Money Back TRAVEL TRAILERS
Rally $4.00 Minimum' up to 50 Guarantee. -- I Koch DrugStore
words. Each word over 50- SEWING MACHINES, cleaned Rd. 100 lacedACREAGE 9/7 MINI-HOMES
R.. oiled and adjusted In your home, 10 tp.
Set TonightSecond $5. Vacuum Cleaner; repairs Bill & |10 Hrunoftiky, Owners. FOR SALE TRUCK CAMPERSAND
DRIVE-IN Phone .J7)'.9IH3INSURANCE alas.- TOPPERSFull
also. All work guaranteed. -- 964-6853

In'a' series of politi- IIO V WANTEDtortJ1reeeoodlookW female Dennis E. Cogging, phone 431- $. Snake, Line. Of Parts And
Intelligent young Hwy 301'
.Show Begins At Sundown cal rallies to be held In Union doggies. Born March 7. Free 1428. tfchg.BARGAIN XU Service
County Is set tonight(Thursday, 473-4160
FRI., SAT., AUG. 18, 19 Aug. 17))at Providence.The Phone John Kersey LOT146 x 114, 2
4 Itp !
first Union Democratic or 473-4637 after p.m. blocks of school on paved PeachSt AT REDUCED RATES: NORTH 301 Near Underwood I1lIiSALES. FOR RENT- air-conditioned
rally was held last $2,000 cash. You must act Motel 15 acres 600 feet on '
political AUTO cottages Kingsley
FIRE BOAT on Lake.Call'
GARAGE SALE Saturday, Aug. I
Will sell all
or
Highway. part.
week In the Palestine sectionof fast to get this corner lot.
533-2366
after 8.
White tfchg
Union County.; 18 and Sunday. Aug. 19. J. II. McCachern Keg. Bro DOYLE E. CONNER Term! -A.J. Thomas,Realtor' PARTS
Three other rallies are scheduled Sand Lake (SR-21 4 ml. no. ker. Phone 473-4106. 2tchg 8/17 INSURANCE AGENCY Tel. 9645701. SERVICE
Keystone). Follow signs. Itp
R : August 24, Worthington USED IMPORT j
tchg.
Springs; August 31,Raiford and ---- 50 acres near :tarke.: 40 acres CARS i
1 FOR: S; -:-\II:looaa Celdlng4 I I.M'l KKS1ED IN: BUUNO: OKSILLINti.
September 7, Lake Butler InLake.lde Broken to ride. Need In good timber,lOacres cleared iI I
yrs. HARFRED AUTO
Park. with nice 3 bedroom
love and care. Ph. 41)1)).130:; MOBILE homo and building rods home.

You'll of On 23 the candidates county are level vying, a total for Hampton Itp CONTACT awnings, ek rtingssatlos, 3 BR frame, completely remodeled IMPORTS, INC. GENEVA

teW/rCHED'-e nine offices.A list Is of the FOR RENT-Furnls d one bod- ,itURGE; : (; : af'BElnSn : carports and additional rooms. very nice, Law'ey. 509 t. UniversityGoino LAKE
candidates and offices :
Call 964-8746 tfchg HOME
house. Large screen vHU 372.4373 MOBILE
IK room -
.. you'llbeDAZZLED Drggel'l.Incumbent. [ .
County JudgeA.L.
Plenty of shade. No : \I. I.ST: 171:
and L.G. Alvarez. porch. 2 Bedroom, 1 bath, In City SALES
PAINTINGExterior: !: Interior
children or puts. Phone 964-
I
Tax assessorWllford Croft and well fora frame on large lot,nice house I
Incumbent. and T.S. Thomas 5884. Itchg --- rilONK 964-7S26 -done reasonable carefully price. Call 964- United Farm I 1 12' ANt>:ll' ,,'IUP-

Jr., and Joyce L. Dukes. Frame Duplex'' apt., good 10- I 473-4320
IIOUSEKFEPER4days week, 8748. tfchg Inc. PHONE
421 W, MADISON ST. Agency
rlfYlLLT013NE11RxrrtnoNr Circuit court clerk- Robert c tion. Good income property. ,
child care; call 782-3061. ltpW.N'rED'Ivo KOIITL'. 100
Drlggers Incumbent; Vivian I. Rog. Real Estate ON
Broker
Brannen Hoyt M. Mann, S. WE NOW HAVE diamond nee- 660' road heights, *Flo.
smart boys to FOR SALE- Uced Mobile home, 5 acres, on paved >> Keystone
Bryan Hendrlcks.. dies for make :Paul & Irene; Faiill.mT
B dl3l11obsilllllld School .superintendent- mow yard, do general work. easy financing, 473-4320. tfchg stereo 'er.Dahmer's any or model Discount by 330' deep. High, dry.
ASSOCIATES
Cason, Incumbent; Glenn Ho- Girl for house cleaning. Ph. House tf/chg 3 bedroom home In City 1 206 S. Water Mr..t WE GIVE SERVICEWe get ;
ward.'t' 5332381. Itp W\NTED TO 3UY: Lot suitable bath kitchen living & dining results! List your property) Cor I
BmemsdEIB5 Mast be high Stark, Fla. 964.5065 Call
Elections'supervisor- \ for trailer. sale with us. today.
Lee Archer,incumbent Ida Mae FOR: RENT-3 bedroom house. enough: to bo dry.E., Bush, FCW SALE-- Couple or small .irea: WANT' 10SKL1. OUI BILL'POWELL, BROKER!!:964- I

rtCMNICOLOM'j Fortner. ; 571 West Call St. $75.00 per Box 224, Bridgeport!: I' .Y..1tp family, Four !Hoom Frame I IIUY REAL:: KSl'ArK: ? 6464 Oi !464-6810. tf/chg
County commission: District month unfurnished Telephones dwelling city utilities paves Large house furnished Call Uo For Hcit PriccwProHpcrt
,
''j- Day 964-6491, Night 9647753.Itp SECRET--Lose Witer Weight street, close in. Cheap: for will sleep 13-20 'people on Waiting
Shelton'Arnold. Incumbent; body bloat puffiness, etc. X- cash AJ. Thomas, Realtor River Ocala National or- Itch! LINOLEUM FLOOR Covering
Pkul Rlherd aW.Lter; Pills, only $3. Money ; Phone9645701.. est. 6x9 $3.19: 9 x 12 $5.98;
County commission: District FOR SALE-Angus Bull. Phone Back Guarantee.-- J Koch SHADY COMFORTABLE AND 112 x 12 $11.50; 12 x 15 only
3- S.M. Brown, Incumbent A. 782-3964. It Drug Store. chg--11/2 GEORGE: ROBERTS ATTRACTIVE: Three large bed $14.95 many patterns and
Everett Crawford, David E. rooms, two tile baths, living, colors. Dahmer's Discount.
PLUS ((Skip) Woodlngton. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, public REAL ESTATE dining kitchen, Florida Room tfchg.

County commission: District FOR SALE-Two nurse cows, relations oriented, expert- CARL BEGGS PHONE 964-7826 Lots of shade and fruit trees.
5i Royce Shan. Incumbent;P.U. three hags .Phone 782-3722, enced' In administration 421 Ymi. 'should nee this. one. .A.J.)
Crews, Charlienegar.. t Itp with low-tncono persons) ; Gulf Service W. MADISON ST. Thomas realtor lei. 964- O.C. Carnes Nursery
School board. District 2-
approximately $10,000 per year, 9701. tfchg..
pmUOUNI ncIiIAI: Morris Dobbs and Allison FOR SALE-Lots on Hampton depending) upon qualificationsand Used Parts Thousands of Plants

nILoacats Shadd. Incumbent Marvin Lake. Contact F. Register experience. Send full resume THE FINEST SELECTION OF Fruit Trees, Shade Trees
Prltchett ,.Is not seeking reelection 964-5888 or 9648771. 2tchg to Mr. Frank Williams SAVE Evergreens Camellias,

;oYY' 8/24 President, CUBE Economic Agency USED CARSIn Those. Long Distance! ''Azaleas, Roses

'B 10W ( c \" ") FOR SALE-C.B. house In city; Inc., P.O. Drawer 970 this whole area Phone. CdlU 'ller- BrowleVollci Most In cans .* plant. AnytimeLANDSCAPING .
FL Deadlinefor
Starke 32091.
2 B.R., C.H. & Air. Ph. 964- 24 W. now handl air lint.
Is 0 ..15 Wrecks Service
t1f 1Y1i7&rJjj applications <:: ,1972.
,/-I 7142. Itp An equal opportunity employer. tickets, cruises, and tours. M MI. S.E. of Starke, Hwy. 100
< "
MM1S i 2t/chg-8/24 Florahome = 6'!216I
FOR RENT-2 Bedroom 2 Bath, W. off.r a special package
:: I" ,C Sunday, Monday, Tuesday r country. Call 782-3711 Itp COUPLE WANTED ull s'l',Icloon 468.1998 Tour of :f.w farm. Experience in eats;!
August 20, 21, 22 q qt' FOR SALE: Typewriters and living quarters. Call 964-7449 New A. Vita FOR SALE
Phone 475-1532. 4tp.-9/7 Sales Service
Sears Medalist Electric 12, excellent 'WI 'On Crosby Lake and Crosby
0'" condition I Towor Citation ; INTErtVIEWiinWanted: : TOWN FINANCE CO. Lake Canal. )Canal 50'' feet
; : for
1970 FO3D: S.W.B. Pickup, 6 I MI. North of Tire MallGAINESVILLE
88, needs some repair; 1 cyl. Sale or trade for compact work this fall. Give phone num 'P.O. Box 226 N. T.moU .wide 8 feet deep) Located on
L.C. Smith antique; 1 Under- ;; ber. Must have private line. State Road 100, 3 miles Westof
1 .......... wood, antique. Also 1 large car. Ph.. 964-7955. Not a selling job. Air mall Starke Fla. Ideal for vaca-

"Ha-I'll go home and slop! ca eFukhtt964.78732tp FOR RENT-Attractively fur letter including education! : work tion cottage, mobile home or
.- FOR SALE--Coastal Bale
C.A. hay
one out for you for 998." nished bedroom experience and name of refer- Investment
IP.NG 8/24 one cottage. Out of barn out of. the field
Phone 984-7831. t chg ences to: American Research or 8 TRACK TAPE Decks repairedand Prices start at$1,295.00, $200
I Bureau, Field Operations 4320 Registered Angus calves. Ph. cleaned at Dahmors Discount down and $35.00 month for 36
Ammendiile Road 'nonts ((8 1/2 % simple Inter-
Beltsvllle fast service tfchg
964-6114 ''J. B. White tfchg
-
)
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THEATRE Maryland
.t
20705.
FLORIDA FOR SALE:2: lots, corner of 3tp 8/17
Call 964-7701 8 am.'to 9p.m.weetdays. .
: Colley: Road and Laura St. -- FOR RENT- Unfurnished 2 or tf
STARKE Mrs. C.A. Futch: 964-7873. house 534 West
FLA. 8/24 PUMP .SERVICE 3 bedroom --
TARGET 2tp Business Opportunity Zoned Madison St. Fenced yard, good
'Q
i wnwaarw MUM PHONE 984-S45I 1965 FALCON. S27S. Can between be "Brownlee Commercial St.Cor Frame Walnut(House&. WELLS & PUMPS 2810.location.tchg Call 964-8404 or 533-
seen at Glisson's Grocery -
5 br, 1 bath, living room, din. PUMPSNEW
Magnolia and Gold Head Wells 2" and
FRl SAT. AUGUST 18-19 up
Pl.l'S Park ItpWXNTED room, kit.Front and back porch.
Block Apt. Bldg. with 2 separ- 24 Hr. service on ajl WANTEDUsed furniture, refrigerators AND USED
Bj ate apts. 150'xlSO' lot. Price washers. -Dah-
From MCM DOUBLE FEATURE Mobile Home makeGOULDS ,
: Space, $18,000.00() mef's Discount House tt/chg SALES
the in or near Starke.--Call Daniel IYERS-
companytltat Ihli Illin U l tilled*dII., 473-3367. PARTS
WARNING! I SHOCK .SHOCK SHOCK IAQOZZI; PUMPS: SERVICE
538JJ ** OT BILL POWELL BROKEN
gave you
THE SMUAl Florida Pump Servica SEWING Deep and Shallow Wells
TRANSFORMATION I FOIL SALE-Mce 18 month old 9646464Or
Wat.r Softnor.
Of*MAN WTO size Welch golden horse. Ph. 9911 Blending Blvd. and
*WOMAN Will 782-3085. ItpJIMMY PHONE 264-5630 MACHINE FiltersPlumbing
1AMnAct I
ACTUALLY
_Orange Park Fla.
YOUR.tI snoRt'IrISI I va U'.\Y\E DOUGLAS Solos and Service SuppliesEXPERT

MOORE'S \SSOCI\TE PFAFF ELNA SERVICE ON

I SUN SPORTS lJ6.J-6593 $ SAVE $ New Horn. PHONE ALL MAKES 964.7051PURRANCE


MOORE BOAT FOB FRED DAVIS WHITEr

.. YOUR MONEY $49:50 up
"""s""+ RALPH BATES MARTINE BESWICK XlKZlVt: -COLOR;.::rD;:f: DOG LOST-German Shepherd BUICK PONTIAC PUMP & SUPPLY CO.'
Btsrfce Ph. '"-I'7tl' vicinity N, Lake St.,off t'S-301: Parts & Repairs on
mItJI Starke. Needs medication GMC TRUCKS"A all other Make Ma- Moved
Complete Outboard A Phone Telegraph 904-6305. dtp LITTLE RIDE CA!? SAVE chin.. 5 Blocks North
Stem Drift Serrie and 864 N. Temple Ave.
YOU; A LOT"
THE GREATEST jBSfSfc* THE DEADLIEST I Repair. Complete FIlM EVERY make electra; carpet: NATIONAL'
'Y glass Repair. Custom- shampooer does a better Job GREEN COVE SPRINGS! ''tOTS: "FOR SALE Starfce Coir
: with famous Blue Lustre. Dev- Country Club !
ready for
built Fiberglass! 611 W. Univ. '
n 115 I I ICpL.a Fishing rick, In., Builders Hardware &: Avo. building on or for Investment.'
Boat Supplies, Starke. Fla.\ Phone I Auto 1 Gainesville, Florida Lou area approximately 1/21 i

.I 9646163. 378-1355 acre and larger. Paved roads
T Ts only 3 minutes from town.

{ .wear Amw4 n International* RiMlM r.1, Repair -:-Call 964-7701. 8 a.m. to S p.ntj,
tfchg'"
.

for He$3 hit million.Right the Man. Sunday,!: Monday, Tuesday, August 2Q 21. 22 FACTORY HELP HEEDED j MechanicCLYDE Lew's


where it hurts.In JI>..ephtL.vlneAn j.> JOHNS Welding Shop

the diamonds. OweirJelst of Florida, Inc. need dependable able II AFl
Place Mo-
AEmnbaay Film bodl.d factory help. experience necessary. Eaves Whi soaring ; +->i

i "TIieit' Steady work, overtime, fringe.benefits. tol US 301 S. Phone SINGLES S, DOUBLE WI DES
fIDl lITffi1 \
I a Shell 964-8252 Expando Rooms & Add
IP YOU ARE.WILLING TO WORK APPLY i UTILITY TRAILERS On Rooms

i =tHe"i):' .t AT I liefit CUSTOM BUILT Free deflvory and sot up

.Blf; ...... 1. Garage GAS AND,ELECTRIC. 100 MILE RADIUS
.tti'.1 6.r$: !:!\ Madison WELDING I BRAZING
435 E. St.
And +Kv. ww 1" : AQUAL: OPPORTUNITY BANK FINANCINGNWY
baby cold.. 'i4t EMPLOYER '
w Avea......, J I Next Door Tot SHEET METAL
...uA1IIII: : iIi :1: .,' .; Lincoln*. .$City' Rood.. Monday]!' through, Friday: TRAILER HITCHES, 17 North Croon Cove

IRI ..zz.. GDJ ... ".. 1i"iI." ""t'L u ,**.tl*ti'! ,: '_, T:00'A.M i To $:ju* P.M. TP City Power Plant INSTALLED Tel.'281.5001.264.7311:

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