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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 24, 1972
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Strawberries Vol. 94 STARKE1', FLORID 1Slt Of Heaven

No. 4 Thursday, August 24, 1972 Copy





CountyAt $1.3 '8 t a l r ri Casey's School







MillionBudget Policy Attacked



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A $1.373,000 budgetfor At

the 1972-73 fiscal Lawtey RallyLarge

year received Mon- ; i ,
the tentative '
day night

approval cominga

month late due to

uncertain state financing } a

of Its revamped Crowd f

court systemand a
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the necessity: of AttendsAttacks r ';

providing funds for a

proposed expansionof yr I on the pre- l

Bradford County sent school administration -

Hospital. a for too much
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The board conveyed Monday f emphasis on building

night to the Hospital Board Its L programs and super-
decision to limit the hospital's CEN1J 1sT .
additional financing to one mill QIL1rBC1 $tttE ) visory personnel
of' ad valorem taxes. (See arti- Ce1nf21 and too little on
cle on hospital In this Issue.) classroom instruc-
nn
The additional mill brings NU1NINS( tion highlighted the
the county's. total! levy to 9.- ,
That R, A. GREENIg.t ,.. kickoff at
307 mills for 1972-73. 4G( : >mCIACUIf political
will raise a total of $507 641 lUOGE the Democratic-
In taxes principal
property
source of revenue for county sponsored rally in t ,
operations. Lawtey Saturday

Race track tax revenue will i b 161 1yv tslt night. y nt.
bring In $223,230. the cap set
by the state two years ago. A'trgu! turnout Indicated that :-y/
Gasoline and motor fuel taxes :: political rallies are still very sitf
will give the county an additional +t mu 'i alive In Bradford ('OIUt!}-.

forfeitures$174,603.will: amount and fines to some and ... The scene will shift Brook- Miss Martha Sue Buckley

, ', < ''t$43a000.sources "plus'will bring''vartwU the total llc-, 'Bilf'Cotulfo: *** ,' Candidate( 1 lor "County ScnooPHoperfc l *0 ol''' iys.m'la't run"at' polftleoP'rallyTn: lo..t. .f r. 'stcond thUtMoirdiy xiiricfa* lljrcponsoired night with the "' rhry.a, "' !! w' .. ;<1wal+yMNIr J't,IWN.t" '';i.t'') 4 'h;

talk he ,with the ( by' the Count DomociTUIc: Ewcutlv .., '
county revenue to $1,150,000plus intendent or how disagree* trie way Jatordoy nighf' ,-.- ,
Committee, slated for
the $223,250 racing
the Brooker school grounds at Local BeautyTo
monies. There Is also a $150- 7
p.m.
000 over from lastyear'sbudget.
carry Hampton will get a piece of
.
A mill in 1972-73 will bring In Hospital Must Make Do the action Tuesday night witha
rally at the school grounds
a some gross$7,039 figure: : over of the$35,584 previous up there at 7 p.m.Indications Enter Fla.

year's figure. were at Lawteythat
The new budget includes a the School Superintendent'srace
five per cent general pay boost might generate consider-
for employees.On With ear able flack before voters go to
$55,584 More/Y the polls on September 12.
Crown
the expenditure side the While 'ncumbent Tom Casey, PageantPretty
big general fund budget pre- lead-off speaker In this three-
by Clerk Gib Brown totals -
pared man race, stuck to a review of
over $603,000, up some "What are we going to do but 46 per cent are uncollect- Starke, open an office, go In weeks. progress made during his
$76,000 over last year and Including to get doctors?" asked Bradford able debt, 8100,000 for equipment, There are five other local eight-year administration, his Martha Sue Duckley didn't think
the additional mill; Hospital Board Member Auditor A. II. Crippen backed and then wait on the first patients physicians who can admit patients opponents, Bill Costello and she had a chance to win the Miss Florida
$55,584 for the hospital The Billy Dodd, the third time in Chairman Shuford up, saying to trickle !in, tile hospital to the hospital but only: Jim Temple, differed with the
other $17,000 Increase Is primarily as m:1Iweeks: that question only occupancy' is needed to board members repeatedly two general practitioners: now Casey' program In several Tobacco Queen title in Lake'City three
due to the five per cent has been put to the Count;) put the hospital on a paying basis I told the commssloners.! treat patients In the hospital. areas. weeks ago but she did and now Is head-
pay Increase and to take over Commission. but needs facilities attract Costello, who! taj taught in
retirement
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1972-73 budget preparedby Several are near: ed to the 12th annual Florida Crown
some services from the count'Judge's Tho answer :again :Monday doctors who would attract Hospital .Auditor \, II. C rip- a.id attempting to limit their the system for the past 16
office when personnel night ins: the same one mill, paying patients. pen predicts a $43,000 deficit practice. years, said that while new buildIngs Deauty Pageant in Jacksonville Deach
and duties are transferred In $55,584 per year In addition Hospital officials hammeredat operation for the hospital In There Is also a house physician and facilities are important this Saturday
January\: to the $15.033 In racing monies the fact that something mast the coming year, caused by' a Dr J, E. Walton, on duty to the school system, its
Ttio rial a.id :bridge fund the hospital has been receiving be done to attract doctors to low hospital occupancy' rate. from real strength lies In the employment The 17-year-old Bradford
Monday through Friday
t tils :9295.990!) dowisome
) The hospital board was: Bradford Count;). They' say new That: hospital officials maintain 7 p.m. to 7 a, m. Three Jacksonville of teachers who are High coed Is equally uncertain
$30,000 under the directionof still trying to sell the commission doctors now expect, and can is caused by a lack of physicians take turnsas capable of relating to students about this weekend's competition -
Commissioner (lava: Shuford the idon that the hospital's get the use of in large hospitals phj slclans. house physicians weekends and motivating them to MinitMart but as can be seen above,
on -
and hats; foreman Leon Lllingtoi :: extensive (acuities and learn. the Bradford beaut Is boundto
proposed $477,000 expansion That number was further re- covering 24 hours ;
mainly because of a doctors office in the per Costello said that of do her Should
proud.
Including $339.000 of complexes duced this waek bj the deathof day from 7 a. m. 'atiirday. un- many county
$37,000 reduction In the Iloricti
local funds and the remainderIn hospital. They no; longer are Dr. A, J, Barry who had today's young people lack the Miss Buckley bring home the
Department of Transporta federal Hill-Burton funds, willing to coma to a place like been seriously! ill for several! (See Page 12)) ability' to spell correctly, and title from the 12th annual llorlda -
tion's cost of maintaining thecounty's readers."I Crown she will be
cannot be carried out with the are poor pageant
: secondary roads down additional single mill. the first Bradford girl to have
believe in closed class-
to $75.000: from $107,380 last
year. "Mi>be }ou can revamp jour roomsnot open ones," he Thief accomplished that feat.
building schedule to one mill July Land Sales said, "for when everything is :Martha Is representing Brad
(S.. Pag., 12)) and can get off the ground and open, the young people are distracted ford In the contest as first
get rolling," Commission by' what is going on in runner-up in the 1972 Bradford
Chairman George Roberts kept other parts of the building" Caught"I Strawberry Contest. ,Straw-
telling the hospital board mem lie said that one man can no berry Queen Donna Prevail
bers. "We'll see what the future (See Page 2C) is too young to enter the crown
Wilt Wown trrirr(!! ,
holds." It was: a point Rise To $495 792 pageant :Miss Buckley and:Miss
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Roberts hammered at until it believe if I'd been there Prevatt have each won one of
was: accepted by' the hospital RainfallIs five minutes longer I'd have the two contests in which they
officials, who had asked for been standing there with my have appeared together :Miss
1 l thru additional mills last week. hands In the air," said Paul Buckley Is the daugher of Mr.
JS Raring the halfmilllon mark, was $97,030\ paid bv lames \W Allen Sussman of Melrose fora LightAug.
Roberts wanted to compromise July land sales reached S4)3-: Taylor who bought a parcel of parcel of land on Lake Santa Hutchins, a candidate for coun and Mrs. Gary Buckley, Bay-
at 1-1/2 mills, down from 792, the second highest month' land o.l SR-231 In Union and Fe. 16 23 ty' Judge who "polltlced" the loSS Highway, .Starke,
three mills, last week. But in this year, beating out June when Bradford Counties from :Mr. $22,000 to Mr. and :Mrs man who robbed the Jackson Contestants In the Florida
a two hour session August 14, PN1>)I'Ir; sales totaled$331,966, and :Mrs, Canova M. Howard: George H. Pierce from :Mr.: Rainfall in Bradford Counts; Minit Mart on l'>301 last Crown pageant will be JudgedIn
after hospital officials left the according to tax stamps affixed of I'nion,Count}'. and :Mrs. Freeman C Reed of was light last week comparedwith Tuesday night. street attire, bathing suits,
meeting, the commission spent ; to deeds filed in the Other transactions, totaling Hampton for a parcel of land the rest of the year. Robert Alexander, 22, Hal- and formal wear. They will
The Community' another hour and a half: set- county; clerk's office. over $IOJO, were: containing 24 acres in sec. An average of .7 Inches fell ford, was arrested just a few also undergo a personal Interview
tling on limiting the county'sassistance ;) Mo.ithly C land sale total: this $13,000 to Mr. and :Mrs. ,\. 20-7-22. on the count;}' last week from hours following the 9:30: p.m. at the same time they
State Bank Of Starke to the hospital to year are: January $269,750 Francis Paul from Mr. and $10,000 to Sophie C. Wolf from August 16-23. robbery Union County Deputy;) are Judged on street attire.
one mill In additional propertytaxes. February 8220,80'J.Luch' : Mrs Lawrence Dolat of Starke Mr. and Mrs Chroma D. Bass Lewis Hill Tower was the Royce Shaw recognized Alex- Competition begins Saturdayat
$192,800prtl S2U,0361.1): for a parcel of land in Starke. for a parcel of land In Indian wettest of the three towers ander's car from a description 12:30: .with a luncheon at the
And Th Florida Bank The commission wasadamant: $838,393 Juno $331,976, and $2,090() to :Mr. and Mrs. Beach Subdivision. operated by the Division of given him arid arrested Holiday Inn in Jacksonville
!It would not cut Into Its present, July with $492,792.Largest Charles ,A. Jenkins from Mr. $13,500 to Jessie R. Chastain Forestry with a total of 1.5 Alexander at his home in Rai- Beach. Bathing suit competition -
At Stork 'operating budget to aid the hospital I transaction In and Mrs. Olan Rowe of Starke from :Mr. and Mrs. Russell L. Inches. All of the rain mea- ford. Alexander Is now In the is set at 3 p.m. at the
and at the late night Au- July) Belcher and :Mr. and H,D.
Crs.
for a lot In Starke. sured at the tower fell on Sun- Bradford County Jail under Jax Beach coliseum.
Will Nat B. Open For gust 14 session became:adamant $14,000' to :lh'. and Mrs Lo- Belcher of Jacksonville fora lot day. The total for Lewis Hill $30,000 bond and charged with The personal Interviewing Is
it would limit Its assistance to School Opens ren O. Martin from Mr. and in Lake Bedford Shores. this month so far Is 3.1 Inches.A the robbery. The felony case set at 4:30: p.m. and a buffet
Business one mill additional property;) Mrs. Eldon Klmmons of Keystone ) $7.500 to Betty J. Hllllard 50 year average was not was bound over to circuit court dinner at 6 p.m.
taxes., This Monday for a parcell of land on from :Mr. and Mrs. CecU J. available from the OF. Tuesday by County Judge T. A. Finals, in which contestants
On Labor DayS.pt.mb.r That Increases propertj;) $10 Little Santa Fe Lake. Daniels of Jacksonville for parcels Santa Fe Tower was next Yawn. will appear! In formal wear,
per $1,000 of assessed valuationand Students will start back to $26,163 to Mr. and Mrs.: Walter of land in Uoodlawn Sub. with a total of .4 Inches of Hutchins was going home from are set at 8 p.m. in the co-
4th raised the total county mill- school Monday after teachers C. Gardner from Mr, and division. rain with that coming on Sunday campaigning in Theressa and liseum.
age to 9.307 mills. In addition have been planning l their work :Mrs. Henry H. Wesle'ofScarke $15,090 to :Mir and :Mrs Ger- The total for Santa Fe stopped on his way to get an There are 16 entries In the
A National Holiday the school board levies 10.6 for about two weeks. for 21 acres on SR-221., ald David Reese from :Mr. and this month so far Is .8 in- orange drink from the malt contest, sponsored by the Florida
mills, making a total 1972-73 Bradford High students will market. He saw the car in Crown Council Chambersof
$4,300 to Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy :Mrs Robert A.Brown of Hunts- ches.
c._,_.. mlllage levy 19.907 mills, or start at 8:10: a. m. and meetat V, Thornton from Mr. and vllle Alabama for lot 45 In New River was the dryest with which the culprit 'was sitting Commerce.
.lIht $19,91 per $1,000 of assessed the stadium to get organized Mrs.' Wallace Eugene Sellersof Crystal Lake Homesltes. a total of .3 Inches for the and said It looked suspicious f
m (dommunity! property evaluation. and pick up their sched- Starke for a parcel of land $3,000 to Mr. and Mrs. F.R. week coming: from a slight and the thought of him beinga C e
"There's no way we could ules. In sec 29622. Starling from W.P. Klmp of rain Sunday. The total for New robber did cross his mind. CiillariU uro nil execilrntxnurre
fctatr'dunk use one mill even If we re- The school day will end at $2 oto.a. from Lawtey for a parcel of land In River is 4.32, Inches highest of Hutchins then went In to get of vil.imiiw. A uiul C.
vamp.'* Hospital Board Chairman 3:05: every normal day. R.M. Wassln of Jacksonvillefor Lawtey. the three towers so Car this his drink and takled to a couple iron and vulrium inul nl thMiim .<
A.w.. ....... U. George Shuford stated. He Bus routes hive not changed a parcel of land in sec. $16,500 to Mr. and Mrs War- month. of other men in the store. ,
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T.ta..0a.M pointed out the hospital downto from last year but If the need 29-7-21. do Salter from Mr. and Mrs. Two fires burned four acres He left the store and went 1 1 > 'iiflVriiitf fewrninriox.
r.i.ihtUs..Y --e...: one doctor now, and said arises busses will be reroutedto $8,500 to Mr and Mrs. Leonard over the week on August 19 .
emergency calls have doubled the need of the students. G. Johns from Stephen (S.. Page 12)) and 20. (See Pave 12))




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Anniversaries Showers Birthday* JJ/t:: fA OCtal fide / D VA'lte JYe' .':'r ., ttfrtfes Weddings Personals I L


Club/ Meetings :' 964.7608r Parties

..{Jl 4 Gladys Mooty, Society Editor': ; ,
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u' trp Stork ShowerIs Party Given Mrs. Roger KellyIs
Kitchen Shower
Given For For Miss Mobley I Honored

Given For At t Bridal ShowerMrs.
Janice Stancil Mrs. McCarthyMrs. And Mr. Norton


Miss Janice Allegra Mobley Roger Kelly, the for-
Miss Janice Stancil, bride- Richard McCarthy was and Emmett Maxie Norton,. Jr., mer Miss Fran Casey, a recent
elect, was honored at a kitchen honored Thursday night, Aug. whose marriage will take place bride was honored at a
shower Thursday night,Aug. 17, with a stork shower given In December, were honored at bridal shower Monday eveningof
17, given by Mrs. James Barren by Mrs. Bill Green Mrs. Eugene a party given Saturday night by last week In the First Christ-
and Mrs. R.V. Turner and Norman, M..l.amar Red Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Blake Ian Church Fellowship Hall.
daughter Kay, at the Turner dish, Mrs. Henry Williams and Jackson at their home on U.S. Hostesses were Mrs. Margaret -
home. Mrs. Pete Luke at the home of 301 North. Prevatt, Mrs. Gerald Crlf
Over the gift table, which the latter Featured In the living room fls, Mrs. Edwin Williams,Mrs.
was covered with a gold linen I4I Upon arrival each guest sign was an arrangement of multi- Harold Waters, Mrs. Virgil
ointh. was an unbrella from ed her name on a crib blanketto colored summer flowers, balanced Jordan,. Mrs. Homer Hart, Mrs.
which fell multi-colored be presented to the honoree on either side by Imported Robert Smith, Mrs. Thomas F.
steamers. I o later with the slgMtures embroidered gold candle holders with Brown Mrs. Pierce Crews,
Games with prizes were en- -T In pastel shades by burning gold tapers. Miss Betty Jane Morgan, Mrs.
Joyed by the 25 guests who Included k'Y Mrs. Williams.A The dining table was covered Maurice Edwards Jr and Mrs.
the honoree's mother : large basket centered the with an antique hairpin lace Dan Harley
Mrs. C.E. Stancil. party room, holding an assortment cloth over lavender linen, cen- Upon their arrival the hon-
Tho hostesses presented the of sewing materials, and tered with an oblong arrangement ree her mother, Mrs. J.D.
"' honoree with a corsage made : Including an array of colorful of keep pink larkspur and Casey and Mrs. J.R. Kelly,
4 N 4P M with daisies and kitchen spoons artificial flowers and long lavender poppies. Flanking the mother of the bridegroom,were
1 Ata and also a large plastic serving +, t tN' lace streamers, for the guests centerpiece were silver candle- presented corsages.
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bowl filled with gadgets to use In creating baby bonnets holders with burning lavender Severe games were played
and trivets. ih and caps. tapers The punch table was during the evening.The .
n yA v $ The refreshment table was covered with a white embossed refreshment table was
S.- 4 covered with a white linen cloth, linen cloth: centered wltha crystal .covered with a white cloth
Dodd-Edwards l4IR centered with a crystal punch punch bowl. overlaid with pink and the
bowl on a matching pedestal.The The hosts presented the honor punch bowl was encircled with
f Engagement t ToldMr. I -4 white sheet cake was trimmed guests with a tea glass of the summer flowers and fern. Arrangements -
. ( IR In yellow, with clusters of bride-elect's chosen stemware. of seasonal flowers
- large yellow roses and smaller Approximately 30 guests called were used In the party room.
and Mrs. John W. Doddof S roses. The cake was topped during the party hours. The hostesses presented Mrs.
Gainesville announce the engagement n with yellow baby shoes, a keep' Kelly with a mixerasa: memento
of their daughter sake for the honoree, and bore of the occasion.
Cheryl Lynn to Wayne Dor- the words, "Welcome McCarthy
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Sterns,
$ w Baby.
man Edwards of Jacksonville, i 1c fill'f Came prizes were awarded Mr. and Mrs Jack Mathews,and Mr and Mrs. Marc Jack
of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. ,
Dottie Sue Underhill Weds (son Jack)Edwards of Starke. during the evening to Mrs.Tommy Mr. and Mrs. Tullie Norman son and daughters visited Dls-
visited Edwards In new World last Friday and at-
Ga skins and Mrs. Vincent Harvey
Mr. Baker /In Home Ceremony The the marriage liidgevlew will Baptist take Church placeIn : 5-.5 _________ Memorial HospitarlnJ4ckson- tended Oklawaha the Guess on Sunday.family reunionat
ville last
Smith.OES Thursday.
In Gainesville on November 2 Set
Miss Dottle Sue Underhill, bishop sleeves formed the cen- at 7:30: p.m. 1 Supper Friends 'of Dr. J.M.llem- Mr. and Mrs. Bob Whisler of
ter panel of the skirt, and out- The bride-elect graduatedfrom The Starke Chapter Orderof
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Col- bree of Cocoa, former Starke Crown Point, lad were last
ley Underhill of Starke and lined the hem and chapel Gainesville High Schoolin the Eastern Star will havea
Friday overnight of
Brenda
guests
Sue Osteen Becomes resident, will be Interested to Mr.
William Edwin Baker Jr.. son length train. The softly gath- 1969, and Is now employedat covered dish supper Satur- know that he Is Improved following ,and Mrs. Carl Mathews.
of Mr. and Mrs. William E. ered skirt fell from a deml- the University l of Florida Bride Of Mr. day night at 7:30 o'clock In a heart attack two weeks
high waistline accented with a Medical Center In Gainesville. Hulsey Hall. will
Baker, Sr. of Lake Geneva the Masonic They ago. He Is a patient In the Mrs. James A, Simmons of
wore united In marriage on August soft bow. The elbow length Mr. Edwards graduated from observe the Robert Morrisrounder's Wuesthoff Jacksonville was last 1
in Itock-
double illusion veil flowed from Bradford High School in 1954 Miss Brenda Sue Osteen new mobile homo on Crlffls Hospital urs-
also honor
and
Day
5 at 8:30: p.m. In a garden ; ttty'visilor of Mr. 'and
ledge ria. Mrs.
wedding at the home of Mr. and a crown of matching cluny lace. and from the Florida Forest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. SJ.LOOP.: lit >" Ban )72. Starke. the Masons. C.G. Hill.
Mrs. Wayne E Wynn, 1420 W. She carried a nosegay of baby, Service school In Lake City, Osteen of Starke becama the
Pratt Street. Chaplin (Norman; : blue carnations and white rujl' and Is now employed with National bride of Jerry Hulsey, son of
Redding performed the double- pompoms. Her only ornament Airlines at the International Mr. and Mara hymn Hulsey of
ring candlelight ceremony was a silver cross.A Airport In Jacksonville Hoctamrt, Ga. on Thursday,
Paul Faulkner, organist, and reception was held at the Aug. 17, at 7:30: pjn. at the
Mike 1 tanks, soloist presenteda homo of Mr. and Mrs. Wynn. Church of God. CARPS
program of nuptial music. Tho brldo's table was cover, Farewell Party The double-ring ceremony
Max Mooneyham Jr. of Key- ed with a lace cloth over white For Miss McCain was performed by the Rev.Y.W
stone Heights attended as best satin and held a centerpieceof Kldd.:!
man and the ushers were La- red roses and blue and A program of nuptial music
mar Underhill, brother of the white carnations Miss Janice Mlas: MarUn Sue McCain,w'.io: was presented by Diane Hughes, Thru Sat.
bride and William I II. (Hodge. Stancil cut the bride's cake. left for Mount: Dora over theweekend soloist and LA von..Coll.nl"or-. Now
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Mrs. Wayne Wynn served ;Mlss'Janet' Titus ',resldcd-a; !! t .5W'iere'e' : hG'' will tesgll ""'lr.n1sth! : + ; \ '.. 'Ib f .r ttl.de.l aim im
as matron of honor, wearing: the 'punch bowl and tylss/ Air. I b llloma I 'ffconoittics; : t a prvateschool ) "1 The:l alt'r' 1ner13 rhtd$6Yt3IylappreQ !! $<< "'' : 1 [ ; l Ii '1'/' ino tolmlpn/.xf r L'."Ii'i ; .,. )fI nlwunna otl'ISia ,T
a blue chiffon empire style gowi Wager assisted in servjkig. ,' was give.h a farewull l candelabra: : ;holding ,,1 '"ifABULOUS FALL TIN ,' n ,r n .J t
ollowlng a wedding .trip to 14 'white' onL'elthe'side ; FASHIONS: r.
with matching! veil. She car- party Monday night!, Aug/ tapers of I ""Uit,1;! I'U, "
ried one long-stemmed blue Busch Gardens in lampa and by the Starkeandl.a\Vte'llomll- the white! archway, co\credw'th( :.
carnation with satin streamers. St. Petersburg the couple Is residing -' maker's Club in Ute Agri- Ivy and Interspersed pink LADIESCORDUROY
Melissa Bowers of Washington In Gainesville. culture Building. and white m.1m.. \cross the
B.C., niece of the groom Tho bride Is a 1972 graduateof Approximate! 30 members background w.'re baskets of
was flower girl and Stevie Un- BUS and Is employed at the attended. Each club presented white gladioli and pink and: w'llto!
derhill, brother of the bride, Irst National Bank in Galnesv Miss McCain a gift. carnations and baskets of pink PANTS
was ling bearer. and white mums with potted
The bride, given In marriage: Mr. a Baker Is 1970( graduate ferns. .
.
by her father, wore an empire of Keystone Heights High Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mathews Given In mintage bj her
silhouette gown of Imported silk School where he was an honor have returned to their home in father, the bride wore a white
organza and cluny lace with satin student. lie is employed at the Clinton, Tenn. after spending gown of Chantillj lace with around :
ribbon Insertions. The scal- Animal Science Laboratoryat several days here with relativesand neckline, and skirl of $
loped cluny lice formod the sa- the University of lorida, attending the funeral of her angelskln satin. The waist was
brlna neckline, cuffed the full and plans to enter Ute Veterinary brother, Leroy :Norman'; last accented by a satin bow, and i99.
Science School. 'l'uesda)'. the Chnntilly lace train was
attached!! at the shoulders. The
low lace sleeves were scalloped
at t the wrists.
The bouflhnt veil ms securedto .
DRASTIC REDUCTIONSOn a Chantlll lace headpiece, .
decorated with seed pearls and .'"
the bride c.ul"led a white 811 tinco'ered ."

All G.E. Window Units In Stock iv'.ilte streamers: orchid Bible and corsage.a with removable white Others At 6.99 ..

:Miss Barbara Coleman ser- .
ved as maid of honor, and the Kxcitini ; (Fall Colors "

JUST COME SEE FOR YOURSELF\ bridesmaids lene and were Pearl:Misses Rhoden: Ear-of flared l.euUashable-. .

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Hampton. The attendants were \\
gowned alike in full length
dresses of pink double-knit Size (6 to 8
polyester and wore pink croch-
AND SAVE eted hats decorated with pink
ribbons and pink and white '.,""..*'." '"" -"V" .t"J .-' "..'"'_" ".', '"' jr'f'' -] Wf'j, "' "" '

daises. The carried bouquets New Fall Fashions
of white mums with pink

streamers.Donald Cooper, uncle of the Arrive Daily At Carps
bride wis best man, and the
ushers were David\ KIrklandand

Deluxe GE Greg Dulse', cousin of 4 ?
l iipferthrust"1 the groom.

A reception was held in the
church annex where the bride's P

Quiet Big i I Room Cooling I lace table over was pink covered linen with cloth a white, and u..

was: centered with a three- .
tiered wedding cake decorated
with white swans and pink roses,
topped with a miniature bride
and groom. Behind the table
stood baskets of white gladioli girl's nylon slacks boy's sport s >

Thrust Control-for! gentlecluscin' and pink and white carnations. ShS' ,
'
',' The punch'lable was: also covered 2"Ttwt B... JJ99 ) for r'
li cooling or deep with white lace over pink SAVI 8._ 4bPINMANINT

Into room or other rooms linen and centered with a crystal fUrM *.r. machine washibl' point' IIMIn PRESS S lp r.d.donp_,... f'
l'niqut'ir."l5h" punch bowl encircled: : with d .om. m Pall. f.."Ji.it thwfn.Birt Lone >._*.. 'In tolMlt or piMI.M .
4 t? No'irontnf n* d'd ,1
tern
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10 Temperature a memory candle with a garland .r
Selections of fern at the base. womfo': multicolor,crinkle

I'ltM Quiet Rotary'Compressor Miss Keeping Helen the Starling bride's of book Lawtey was 1c sport oxfords

Cutting the bride's cake were
Mrs. Mary Cooper and Mrs.
Smart Styling Pearl! Rhoden of Hampton. T5' 499
.
Mrs. Gladjs Collins presldedat
the punch bowl. P..lly eels with, un ombro p.t0rt.il, 4.v.
,....'In
After woo S through 10
trip
a wedding to St.

.; 95 Augustine couple will and reside Georgia In their and girl's nylon body suit boy's knit pants &irl's suede sport oxfords
23,000 BTU/Hr. 349
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Twenty-five members of the L.**f "_..'In cw or T.meh sty Inwitft PIRMANf PKSSS your vhoMoof A ill must .,k.pod.Mask
Methodist Junior and Senior ........ ,
bask* IIpp.s.051015 bottomi.I.IM414. loltd/ rib or I IMV p -y..llp" no rutty or natural aoaoand
(yF were tubing on the Ichenicknee drmvl, SUM .11. A... or_S,14.11.... .+ a cunwIth..t.nd.d iota
River Saturday fol.. Mdasng7.
lowed by a picnic lunch at the
springs. They were accompanied
SAWYER-SLADE AIR CONDITIONING
by their summer youth

counselor, Miss Jane Arring QUALITY COMES FIRST THEN OUR LOW
332 W. MADISON ST.. PHONE 964-7701 STARKE, FLA. ton. Mr. m.xl 1 Mrs. Jay Car- PRICES Charg. It,
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! Member of Beta Sigma PhI Shower Given Mr.

Sorority and their husbands For Carol/ Dade, a IBALDWN1
pant a pleasant evening for
their August social at the Alhambra Bride-elect tion in
Dinner Theatre In Jacksonville day to
where they saw the
play '"40 Carats" starring Miss Carol Parley, whose Mr.
family
Barbara Britton. marriage to Jerry Redding was Fred
Attending\ from the Starke an event of Friday Aug. 18,
Gamma Theta Chapter were Mr. ; r li was honored at miscellaneous day.
j and Mrs. Philip Clark, Mr. and shower given by Miss Gloria Miss
Mrs Harold Davis, Mr. and Crews and Mrs. Michael Reedat turned
Mrs. Charles Flynn Mr. and the home of the bride'sgrandmother "
Mrs Tom Grant Mr and Mrs.W.II. Mrs. Maggie St. \: ",
Johns, Mr. and Mrs. Carl d GUsson, on Thursday Aug.
Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Lenwood 10. ..
Kitchens, Mr. and Mrs. Buck + During the party hours games ern
Norman, Mr. and Mrs. Grady i j jSt were played and prizes won by today Board. ,
Overstreet, Mr. and Mrs. C.W. Mrs Robert Sapp Mrs. RalphJ. she 0 "
Slade,and Mr.and Mrs.Tommy Harley mother of the honoree -
Tyler. and the honoree. Mr.
Attending as guests of sorority The refreshment table was
members were Mrs. CR. j'a covered with a white lace cloth: of the
Johnson, Mrs.ArtLoudon, Miss over yellow linen. Dr.
Janice Sheppard, and Harold The! hostesses presented the
Seymour. honoree with a cup and sauc- Mr.
er to her chosen china pattern and
as a memento of the occasion dia .

DUPLICATE BRIDGE day
RESULTS e here.
Williams Griffis
Mrs. G.J. McPrlff Sr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Lex Green were the winning Miss Brenda Williams, cola
couple at Duplicate Bridge daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Char- J.M. 1 !,
Tuesday night. Mrs.J.D.Odom Williams of Starke and Ellis Lake I
ney
Jr. and Curtis Sanders wore Charla Joyce Wiggins Weds Crlf fls, son of Mr. and Mrs r j
second and tied for third were Ilurbert Grlffls of Lake Butler Elect
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Riddle Mr Gamble In Charleston were married Stturlhy.Aug.19. -
and Mr. and Mrs. John Musso- in Kingston Ca. ,
Rev.

llne. Andrew's Parish Episco- groom, Charles L. WlgglnsJr., their The home couple at Is 603 residing S. West-In and Sale.
pal Church of Charleston S.C, John W. Wiggins, brothers of more land. were Garage
was the setting on Saturday the bride David Ol'VlnandWal- W.B.
August 19, at 5:30: ( ton Orvin, all of Charleston. .
rI afternoon o'clock for the wedding of Miss lUngboarers were Mark Wiggins Mrs. ; :::: ,;;.; :..:: .. ;::; ; ; -rrJNKi:; ; J
and William and Harvey Ward Jr. of ville
Charla Joyce Wiggins
SSM Belser Gamble m. Gainesville cousins of the Mrs. Addle Wheeler of Or- ney Even if they weren't' sale,they be good deals.
lando Is Mrs. W.F.
The Rev. John Ecklin Taylor bride.A visiting
officiated at the double-ring reception was held In the Herlong this week. Mrs. Her- Mr.
,
ceremony uniting the daughter Parish Hall of the Church. long also had as Wednesday: Jr.
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Law- The brldo graduated from guests, Mrs. H.R. hayfield of two
New rence Wiggins and the son of Ashley Hall School for girlsIn Lake Harbor and,; Mrs. Betty
I Dr. and Mrs. William B. Gamble Charleston In 1970, and gra- Layfleld of St. Augustine cher
Arrivals Jr.. all of Charleston.. duated from Midlands Technical ed them
Education Center, Columbia Miss Valerie Pabst of Jacksonville -
The bride Is the grand S.C. last June with associate Is making her home
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Law- degree In Dental Hygiene. She with her brother-in-law and Elect
rence Wiggins of Brooker and Is employed as dental hygienist sister Mr. and ,Mrs. Marlon iDQhI"UM (
Mr. and Mrs Theron Hun Mr. and Mrs. John II. Ward of The bridegroom Is a 1970 Harrington at Klngsley Lake Joe
ter of Hampton announce the Gainesville.A graduate of Portor Gaud School and will enter her senior year D.C.
birth of a son, Adam Theron,on program ortradlUonalwedding for boys In Charleston. He at BUS next week. Mr.
music was presented by attended Emory In Atlanta, Ga. at
Aug. 20' In the Alachua Gen- I
Mrs. Sara Youkins organist,
and Is now enrolled In
eral Hospital. Grandparents pre-
Elect Hutchlns County Judge.
,
and the soloist BurgessSpratt
medicine at the University of
are Mr.and Mrs. A.H.Lagasseof
uncle of the bridegroom. Mr.
South Carolina.
Keystone Heights and Mr. Decorating the church altar Local admittances to Brad- and
and Mrs. Paul Meng of Hamp- After a wedding trip to Florida -
white flowers ford Hospital this week .
were vases of the' couple will reside In County
and greenery, flanked by Columbia, S.C. Include: Mrs.', Alice Woods guests UP"WJJ
ton.Mr. branch candelabra with burning Mrs. Edna Sauve Mrs. AlmaL. Olson.
and Mrs. Glenn Vara of white tapers. Gill. Mrs. Margaret Frts-
Starke announce the birth of The bride, given In marriageby Capt. and Mrs. J.R. Hauck ble. Mrs. Edna Wells James Miss
a son, Timothy Shane, on Aug. her father, wore a gown of and sons of Tampa are spending Brantley. and Mrs. Alice Hill and s*
18 In the Jacksonville NAS Hos- Brussells lace and organza designed two weeks at the Graham Starke; frita Carol Crawford aunt,
pital. Grandparents are Mr. with a fitted lace bodice cottage on Kingsley Lake. Lawtey; Mrs. Ardls Elizabeth this
and Mrs. Henry Green of with leg-o-mutton sleeves of Bonny Lake Geneva: Mae Mc-
Starke and Mr.and Mrs George lace and organza. The gathered Norman' Ketchie of Daytona: Combs, Macclenny; Edwin Sanders Elect MOVEUM
Vara of Chesapeake Va. skirt was of organza. Her Beach was the weekend guest Waldo; and Mrs. Flora aarll3"V" I o
mantilla was of Illusion edged of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ferguson.Mr. Bell Brown, f'Hampton. ,., Mrs. :
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley m lace and fell Into a train. ..
mac of Starke announce., Gold 1 .cousin,, : : ,
fehe carried a bouquet orctilds and Mrs. Ashley Mr. and Mrs'Bill Mora rand In ..
birth of a daughter Sharon and stephanotis. I wire and'so / .. ry.'and !Miss, ." family of Panama City were I \ -,
Kay on Aug. 11 In Alachua, "Miss Lynne Mappu of Elizabeth Gofawire of WaY* Saturday overnight guest of Mr. ,I.of last f' : / \\
General Hospital.. Paternal Charleston was maid of honor cross, Ga., and Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs HA. Lawson. i''
grandparents are Mr; and Mrs.Nich and bridesmaids were Misses Lamar Goldwire and Miss Fred dluro f .
Thomas of Starke. Karen Melrers of Virginia Belch and children of Falatka Mrs. C.T.Wade and Mrs.Betty al .t -- wt
Beach Va., Charlene Reames were last Friday guests of Mr. Register spent last week In I -:: ::_
of Florence, S.C., Inez Hub- and Mrs. Gilbert Goldwire. the Smoky Mountain. .._....t-.c--::; ::> -
band of Clio, S.C. Kathy Wardof Miss Elizabeth Goldwlre remained Mr. tiY : .- s
Mrs. John Walker of Tallaha. Gainesville cousin of the for several days' visit. Mrs Agnes! Council of Ruskln of t ---- .-
.... was last Wednesday to bride, was Junior bridesmaid. and Miss Christine Gowdy of with
Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs. Heather Gamble sister of the Miss Martha Dennis of FSU Tallahassee were weekend A.L.
W.W. Hood. groom was flower girl. The is home for a month between guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Mrs. \r vI1
attendants wore Identical gowns quarters. Paulk. V *
Mrs. W.H. Hart and Mrs.Edith of mint green organza designedwith Mrs. ,
Christiansen visited their empire walstaccentedwltli Mrs. W.E. Cooper of Mobile, Mr= and Mrs. Tullle Norman llston Is
sister Mrs. Maude Strickland ecru lace and long gathered Ala. spent the past ten days and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Nor- garet
In Wlldwopd over the weekend. skirts. They carried nosegays with Mrs. Vergie Flynn. man and son visited Mr. and turned
of yellow pompoms and Mrs. B.J. Eggers In Jacksonville eral
Deldre chrysanthemums.Dr. The Canova family reunionwas Sunday
and Amanda Williamsof
William B. Gamble Jr., held last Saturday at the
their St. grandparents Petersburg are Mr.visiting and father of the groom served as summer house of George Canova RM/3 Thomas R. Talley has Elect ; We've Got A Few
Mrs. Bill Graham for twoweeks. best man. Ushers were Rich- of Jacksonville on Brooklyn been discharged from the U.S.
ard E. Gamble, brother of the Lake with approximately 75 Navy where he was stationed Lt
attending. aboard the USS Sarsfield aftera son and
six months tour In Vietnam. In San
He received the Vietnam service -
medal and combat action Facility left
medal. He Is married to the
'TI IEI E'S former Pam Tye of Utay %;ld J JIs Mr.
the son of Mr. and Mrs. J.B. and
Talley of Starke. and Mr.

Mr. 'end:! Mrs. Vi-icaMontioro!
and son, Jim of Vero Beach nd They've Got To Go!
.
A PRICE TAG were weekend guests of Mr.and also
Mrs. MA. 3ildwln Jr. and Houpt,

YOU'LL LIKE daughter, Ginger. Mr.

Mrs. GA. Gay visited her son Boca
on the newMAGIC and family, S/Sgt and Mrs. her .
JA. Gay In Columbia, S.C. last Edwards / .
"f week.
CHEF ''I.
the
Mrs. A. Russoll Norman attended
1WT4J* MBOVABU TO*
Term.
the Florida Baptist %
CMII MM
vndw-aum* KM
GAS RANGE ..nb,awuuana,, Church Library Convention and riIIl: / 1 B
Workshop at the Lake Yale Baptist Elect ;

Tuesday.Assembly last Monday and .


... The family of Francis M. attended Mr. t: /
f"- =: (Tobe) and Sadie Sapp Norman pled
held a family reunion Sunday at
Camp Montgomery. There were St :
"._VAAI! Oft.I -. 74 present Including three
LM.ar 1S'WS bar M G.C. of Tallahassee. Judge
sons,
--, Frank: and R'j5'ul!I of Siarke, Jr. gave Come On In AndRopeYourself
ty
.rr two daughters, Mrs. LoWe Edwards -
of Brooker and Mrs. ther ;
Mattie Ellis of Alachua; grandchildren nephew
great grandchildren 17; and A

b-i ra and great, great grandchildren. Yawn,

Mr. and Mrs. Roy J.Andrewsof TUly
t Jacksonville were Sunday her .
{, ,new.sn..wwa.,. H Arne ovum.war.. visitor of Mr. and Mrs. R.O. dniicr.medical Wild Deal l!r
v 1 MOo IHrwtM*anti', Dans by.Mr. .

I ::1 and Mrs.J.B. Talley were
only hosU at a cookout last Saturday -
night In honor of their son,
.95W.T. Thomas R. Talley, who has ..
$18 Just received his discharge a' 4
'L from the Navy. Among those _
attending were Mr. and :Mr*.
James B. Talley ffl of Galnesv''l See. _
II. and Tommy's grandfather -
Rex Christ formerly of a'
SawyerSladeGas r.s.Ml (tank PIMM Ml Wit
: Texas. 8.

I. STARKE, FLORIDA

And Appliances Rev. and Mrs. V.J. Ragsdale yc. .
of DeBary were last Tuesdayto 0.... "Soon r or Later Your favoriit Deafer"
W OtA-TlM Friday guests of Mr. and
332 Madison St.. Phone 9r ;
Mrs Leo Champion.
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Mole. Crickets Most Serious Threat To Florida Grasses
Green
Scout Tree _
'rubber gloves should. 'ue- used
One of the most serious Insect when the night/ temperature is surface to feed on the bait. should fall on every squareInch to protect the person.
pests of Florida lawns are expected to be 70 degrees or If a bait is used, apply the of soil so that when the Regardless of whether a spray
Seeks Farm DayAugust mole crickets. Bahla grass Is above, the turf should be moistto material late In the afternoonand mole cricket comes to the surface or battle used, a second application
County especially damaged but all aid penetration of the chemical preferable when rain Is he can readily find a bait I In ten days to two
lawngrasses are subject to Infestation. into the soil or in the not likely. The bait must be on which to feed. Baits maybe .weeks provides more thorough
25TALLAHASSEECFPR Damage to the lawnIs case of baits, encourage the scattered thinly but evenly over applied by hand but thor- control..
,
two-fold-Insects feed mole crickets to come to the the soil surface. A few flakes ough coverage is necessaryand .. .. ,
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) Board Post the plant roots and burrow j>.. .. 1111I 111 ,' ..... ,.. ".. ,.... ,oO" .. .. .. '. ,\
( ) through the soil, loosening It
The Florida Forestry to the point where plants dry
Association, statewide out too rapidly. Sometimes the Central And Air Conditioning m
best Interested Bradford Countyas ; sponsor of Florida's Tree plant can be completely) uproot Heating
a whole. Farm Program, urges all' ed.The e
". will be available at all Scout groups which own two most destructive species
times to hear woodlands anywhere In of mole crickets In Floridaare
aid will your suggestions Florida to consider dedicating the Puerto Rican and Sou- Installed !
try to comply with Completely I
them" their lands to wise forest thern. They live In the soil
management practices on and feed on plant roots and
National Boy Scout Tree other debris. The adults are
Farm about 1-1/2 Inches long, light
Day, August 25.
V.A. BurialAllowances brown In color and have short,
On that date, Scout.
any
stout front legs designed f6r
owned
which
property meets tunneling In the soil.Mole cric-
Tree Farm standards will be
kets most active
at
are night,
Are ExplainedA accepted into the American readily attracted to lights, and
Tree Farm System. According burrow extensively In the upper L
to Wm. Carroll Lamb Inch or two of soil when
VA burial allowance not to Executive Director of the conditions are favorable.
exceed $250 may be paid for Florida Forestry Association Effective Insecticides: Include T--
: reimbursement of cost of preparation scouts who work{to bring their chlordane, kepone, dial rtr L Q
< transportation, and properties up to Tree Farm zlnon and various baits con..'.
f Interment of a deceased veteran standards can qualitfy for taming insecticides.: These 1
upon application of the funeral merit badges, and also assist chemicals should be applied
director for the person who paid in Scouting' nationwide
the costs of burial, according Project SOAR (SAVE OUR
to W.B. Mackall, dlrectorof AMERICAN RESOURCES.) New Doctors
Russell Green Brooker area Florida< Division of Veterans "Estimates are that there 80,000 BTU Carrier FurnancsO

land farmer Training and an Center employee In Gainesville of Sun-- affairs. are many wooded acres in Open Offices, Seven Air Supply Ducts $

candidacy, County commission post. facility or nursing home, paid minimum of work" Lamb ,*' All Labor And Materials 3 .
Green, 62, opposes Incumbent at VA expense, cost of trans- stated. "Florida has about '
Zedra Hamilton In the third race portation of the body to the 1000 Tree Farms, numbering National Health Service 2 1/2/ Tons 30,000 BTU
between the two, and road con- place of burial may be paid in almost 7 million acres. The Corps physicians assigned to
tractor I>ave Faulk. Green addition to the $250 burial allowance owners of these lands are Lake Butler recently Dr.Bruce Air Conditioning
In the beat Mackall said. largely private Goldstein and Dr. Robert Installed
youngest man race independenttree Markham, are setting upofflces Completely
Hamilton In their first race In farmers dedicated to
The allowance Is payable In in the former King Memorial (Except Electrical
1960 and served one term on growing and harvesting Hork)
Hospital building.
the case of a wartime veteranor
the commission.In repeated crops of trees to
Gerald Criffls, chairman of
1964 Hamilton won the seat a peacetime veteran who,I provide economic and
from Green. In 1968 Green did dies of a service-connected benefits the Union County Commission, Furnance
ecological for
said that Dr. R.W; who
not and llamllton beat Mrs. ability j who was discharge for themselves Healy
run and their com
Hazel Faulk,wife of Dave Faulk. disability; In line of duty,or was munities. Since woodlands had maintained an office In the Centrally
entitled to receive service-con- building in recoil nM'Jia.:: left
A long-time Brookerarea resident -
t 400 nected compensation at time of owned by Scouting groups are last Friday< and that the new, Located
Green owns over
acres of land and has been employed death, Mackall said.' usually maintained for doctors planno' to move into the. Gas, Oil, Or Electric
recreation hunting fishingand building last week.
,
at Sunland Training Center -
watershed protection the GrlfOs) also reported Furnances Available
I
for 15 years. VA burial benefits will be authorized Genera
Tree Farm is
Program a trustee of the Union [
the former
He 1 Is married to
of act
when the period "
natural for them. Hospital are in the process( ot
Lucile E. Thomas of Baldwin. which the
ive service upon .
Groups wishing Information getting or, iulzed" and taking
more
They have four children: Mrs. claim Is based was terminated about National steps to open the new hospital, Central Only As Listed Above
Beverly Welch, Lake Butler; by discharge or separation under Boy Heating - $695.00
Mary Mayben Green, Gaines- conditions other than dishonorable Scout Tree Farm Day should which has been completed lox.
ville, and Mrs. JoAnn Fussell the director said. contact Mr. Joseph S. Jones, more than \ year, but was pre-
. and Harvey Green, both oft State Tree Farm Chairman, .vented from' opening due to A.
\ Brooker. St. Regis Paper Company controversy between the County
Green Is a member of the Payment from non-VA P.O. Box 18020, Jacksonville, Commission and the old Board PHONE
sources, such as federal or
of Trustee
New River Church and Florida 32229,
Baptist
as soon as
1 state government, or by an obligated -
served as secretary-treasurer employer of the deceased -, possible. AIR CONDITIONING I I EQUIPMENT' I
for 18 years. He is also a Mason 964-7701
belonging to Brooker Pine obligation veteran for burlalallowance may cancel VA, Oti TIMER. COMMERCIAL..RESIDENTIALSawyer ,
11111 Lodge No.9. He served
.
Mackall! said. The funeral director Perhaps it has never come,
of the lodge for
as secretary
usually assists in making up, but, )in divorce cases, who
10 Green is also a mem-
years. claln for the benefit. gets custody of the books of I
ber of the Bradford Chamber

1 of Green Commerce.says, if elected, he will Further Information'may be trading stamps. .? I II Slade Air C.O.lulitj ning.

'f' work for bette"readsanddraln-: obtained by contacting the'v// : The'bnmsne view It to hope J I II I I ,
t age and to "c!feo.l:: Jh0;> 'nlllage County Veteran n1ce Office,' for tint-ballot nomination at) 4"hr r n9fjtlrll .g
on your homes and property.; or be writing Mr. Mackall at the politic*].,.,conyenfloni to "Some people! are so that t'1' r ; .
Green says he will see "your P.O. Box U37vSt.TFetersburff.TtV',et demonstrators In out* lous.. tot' make d living YEST.MADISON fiT*: oHw STARKK. FLA.
dollars spent wisely and forme of the hot fun. i 1 they've forgotten how to lit v!"'

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Welfare Office Will Move To New QuartersThe
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Mentioned Now as Site of Holy WorldMACCLENNY
Assistance Payment Unit quarters. need for more space, Mrs..
Mrs. Powell said that the Powell said.
Ser
of the Division of Family
An "at- whose property the claimed Holy World,and others. vices, Region 3 (former Wei- local office will start handlingUnion The food stamp offloe will
$380 million attraction would. There meeting this da."I think that far venation Monday remain In Its locationIn
tractlve offer" In Central was a rather as J morning Office) will within County cases: on September present
Florida may have dimmedthe be located If It Is to be In this week but according to as this area Is concerned," Knabb replied "That's what tare two move three weeks 1, which have previously the old bank building
the next or
chances of Holy World, a vicinity. The other principal Knabb, it did not follow along Knabb said, "1t Is over with." he told us." from Its present location In been handled in Lake City.
.o-caILed Biblical Disney landowners are Southern Resin the previous procedures when He added, however, that Baker During that conversation Bank This will give the local offlce
World being located! In Baker Chemical To., which with Owens-Illinois sought, to exchange County had not been ruled with Castleman, who was preparing the old new Florida quarters In the buildingInto for- a load of over 1,000 at.... P.....Veto Pet eel t
Knabb had agreed to go its Baker timberlandfor to leave his Nashville,
County. with Bradford
having about 730,
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along, and Owens-Illinois Inc., elsewhere, rather out.Told had Tenn., home for Florida, mer Doctors Hospital building .
This was the word Tuesday acreage that Castleman the Temple Avenue (U.S. 301), and Union County about 300. Elect Ye f PrI.* s4
night from Earl Knabb, one which has been negotiating than sell for cash. He Indicated mentioned an offer in Central Promoter stressed that while MI Mrs. Powell said that the
Jan Powell, ,
Baker Mrs. supervisor
with Dr. Don Castleman of had County HeI h1
that the promoters was still In the r
of the office staff
principal landowners on has been Increasedto
; Nashville, Tenn., promoter of their minds on Central Flori l Florida during a phone con- running, it was not necessarily announced this week.
eight
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"There's been a new develop. The former hospital building and one supervisor. There Is
:: ;VOTE: FOR tJ; ment that we didn't expect," was recently purchased by a possibility thataddltloml RUIN J'.
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t he said. Elzle Sanders, local Attorney, members may be added laterto
r------ \. ':')I..I "There's another site under and Is now being renovated, take care: of the load, ..heIBId.
There It No Substitute For ,; consideration. It's In the central redecorated, and air conditioned TO COUNTY COMMISSION
DAVE uccetsful Experience area. They contacted us for use as the welfare The move to the new location:
last week. They've made a Is being made because of the DISTRICT S
very attractive offer."

i ipT1 PAL i iII ELECT does Castleman look like continued one of, two"It
*sites either Baker County or
this other one." Elect ELZIE S.
i iI CARL HURSTYOUR lar

II y :- County Commissioner 11 CandidatesFor y SANDERSBradford

District 5 i ,

I : I BRADFORD COUNTY JUDGE DegreesEleven
I I County Judge
I HAVE BEEN A BONDED STATE ROAD CONS ;!;
students from this local Best Qualified .
TRACTOR FOR 25 YEARS AND I FEEL THAT S area are candidates: to receive
The only candidate with 5i} experience i degrees during the summer Professional Training ,
i MY KNOWLEDGE OF ROAD BUILDING, MAINS years quarter convocations August
serving you as your Municipal judge.
26 from the University of
TENANCE, DRAINAGE AND THE BUYING OF Florida. Experience Counts
\ man of proven integrity and 12 years Florida State University President
i ROAD EQUIPMENT WILL BJi INVALUABLE
j. leadership in city government. ; Stanley Marshall will be Some Duties Of Your County Judge:
: IN THE MATTER OF. OUR COUNTY I FAVOR featured speaker and a proces-
-. Has been conscientious and impartial in sional Is scheduled at 9:40: PRESIDE OVEH:
: COUNTY AID TO ALL VOLUNTEER FIRE; ; carrying/ out the Judicial resronsibilities while a.m.Students All Criminal Misdemeanor Cases Not Cognizable By The Circuit
DEPARTMENTS TO PROTECT OUR HOMES. J utl e. "I listed with their
i Courts .
: towns and degrees are: ;
A man whose office door is always open to you Sara Hope Holllday, bache- All Violations| Municipal And County Ordinances;
Your Vote And Support Will Be : the people. I lor Donald of Carl science Richie In, education master of, All Actions 1..11In \UJiich\ The Matter In Controversy Docs Not

Resident of Bradford County for 18 arts in Journalism and com- I Exceed 2500.00, (which Include Many Cases Currently Handled
Appreciated (Pol. ....Ad..). years. I municatlves: both from Starke; : By The Circuit Court)
(Pol. Pd. Adv.) ;
........................................... ft Willard Cale'Kelley, bachelorof
*' x :::W.s: ::<<*'': M::>>;:::*:::::::::::: : :::''':;;;::: :;;:::: .::::;.s::::: science In education: I All Proceedings As Committing Magistrate. -*
Brooker; Sharon Tatum Ancer- : Proceedings Coroner;
** **** ***** AAAAAAAAAAA sda, bachelor of science, Law-
;, tey; Joel Ivan Mitchell, bache- :, And Other Duties Previously Exercised By The County Judge's
lor of science In advertising, Court.Responsibilities.. '
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Melrose; Thomas Kent Hamilton ...
bachelor: of arts, and Cur- Of County Judge: '
ties C, Neccsner, bachelor: of
Tom CRAWFORD science In Journalism, both of Conduct All Civil And Criminal Trials By) Jury;

and Lake Sandra Butler;Jean Terry Wilcox Tractheln, both Rule On The Objections ,\nd Motions \ttorneys During Trials; r,

with' master of education degrees Conduct ,Preliminary Hearings \nd Determine) If The Case

Joyce Lawrence, and : Should Be Transfcrcd To Circuit Court; .
Barbara Chism Sullivan, master
of education, all from Keystone : During Trials Instruct VII Jurors \s To The Law Applicable To The
I Case.

DOES : The Candidate Who: .

;' Agent's Work A., .--. Hot Th. Legal Training Experience And Education . SANDERS

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;, Leads To .'.'.:f't--.. '.. /- ,- .Is An Attorney . . . . : . SAIIDES


Arrest Of 3 I'I",=\..., .Is Experienced In Trial Procedure And Rule Of Court SANDERS'

Till ] : : 1 Z" : Can A.iure Thai"AII Wilt )R.'c'.iv ; Ju.tiee :, Law: 'SANDERS
'x4l t M f. ''I e e.r : \ ,, .UJ* "..?. _.!!i. B.for..Jh.
.n IM ?9. .1 In finUHiiiillin an' "''' '" im "
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.. Eighteen wet cks, Mexicans -:11: -
'i COUNTY '
r" YOUR COURT IS MORELTHAN A'TRAFFIC'
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f who entered' the [United States ..
.'ItHI', ) ) in Starke "" : COURT ELECT A PROFESSIONAL. SANDERS
.1' illegally were caught I'
,> \ June 13 by the Starke Police Department "I gel Vni lo exercise in : (Pd. Pol. Adv.)
and Tom Crawford. an Inhere I liv 'li.un..iii._._n_.q.!" ----- ------- __ -
investigator with the 'Transpor-

: Department of. the I lor-:, **AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AA- ;

JoIIplaced Service Commission. '
of the Mexicans were >
on area farms to work >
1 1gottagqG
persons while they arrested' await In trial south of Flor-three ) All our72 Fords

ida of three persons connectedwith )
helping the Mexicans enter J

the country illegally. The, three >
Mexican aliens will be used as
Demonstrating His Expertise In
material witnesses.
Law Enforcement Work, Tom Starke police stopped a truck

Crawford Was Highly Commended at the Intersection of LS-301 ; Name
and SH-IOO the night of June ful & mmw& ,
As An Invaluable I Assistant <,"i.!. 13 after Alachua County authorities f& ,

Ready And Willing To Serve The, radioed that.a. truck ,

Public Around The Clock No loaded with what was thought IetsdeaL
heading
to be moonshine was
Matter What The Situation.LET ,--' north into Starke on\ US-3U1. When .

.1 officers found the' :Mexicans called, instead S.. ui right now(for tnd-oMh.-y ir dealt on Mustangs, Plntoi,Torino. Fords M.v.rlcki.Tfiundcrtalrdil
of whiskev, they
Investigator Crawford who was
able to converse: with l the Mexicans }-

:'., enough to undel.St4l11dhat wH
", was going on.Crawford .
HIM. called the Border
Patrol Agent Paul Graham; in
Jacksonville. dited with rendering walua-

ble assistance," to officers( ; of: '
DO the Immigration and N.iturali- :
'zation .sen ice in Jacksonville.\ k 1rr+ ;4

according to Tugenc A. Chaput,
,
chief patrol agent "putting! in ?

THE l es an extremely lory; ntclit and dar,
; and assisting in the detention
if ,: and 0 t4IlIUDg evidence which resulted

i in complaints. being filed
:.'j see rut s." F
JOB "! ',,' "Chdptitwrote Jessar' 1.t 1.
v.: borough, chairman of the psC,
i .' :.*. ->** gj i
who, in turn, wrote Investigator ,
Crawford terming
his June 13 work "a credit to S
AS jour work with l the Public Service r
Commission.\ I am going
to make this commendation a

part of jour )personal file. All
of us are proud of )Oll."


S HERIFF I !I : '

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I' III t; I Pvt. Donald M. Elder, son reading, combat tactics, and
Hampton Area News; ( of Mr. and Mrs E.O.: Elder of first aid. A private survey Indicates
I BROOKERIn Route 1, Starke, recently completed Pvt. Elder, whose wife,Caro- tint eMMmers are. UU. relay
eight weeks of basic lyn, lives In Gainesville, Is a toM to spotd ID"' A freeis
'ty no.lyq v. Powglf l training at Fort Jackson, 1969 graduate of Bradford High .. the Iseeme Is bound to
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came a eertato itheeatge.
S.C., where he received Instruction School. .
I{ SENIOR CITIZENS In drill,weapons,map .
Senior Citizens met lat Fri- all County and State candidates 'Welcome: to new residents/ >BVUNDAdCQK
day night as scheduled The Is set for Tuesday evening,August Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. Wesley
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group signed a birthday card 29, at the new school. and children from Alexandria, There IsexcltementlnBrook- --- - -- - - -' -
for Mrs. Bell Brown and sang ,V.. They have purchased the er due to a made bya Decrease :
"I Love You Truly" saluting ADULT EDUCATION: Gardner place on 221. local boy record ,
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Vaughn DELAYED REREHampton's Also welcome to Mr.and Mrs. entitled "Glendale Country Crime Raton
for their Wedding Anniversary Adult Basle Education Kenneth Croll and daughter '
WDVH
School. Call and request ,'"
this month. : class will not start until front Starke who a re movinifefeo It If want to hear : ,,1'1"l:: FI ,
you "
Plans are for an Ice cream later this tail,according to Millard the house vacated by the %ink something good. '
Lotts,who have moved Into their
social and white elephant sale Brown Adult Education"
Supervisor at Vo-Tech. new homo on 325.
I on September 15. Hera's your
The class was earlier planned Mrs Bell Brown celebratedher Politics also seems to be another I
chance to get rid of that"something" -
that you've tired to start next week Hampton birthday at the home of Mr. exciting Issue. A County ,
of. Contact any club grown member If City mil. Hampton is expected and Mrs.Raleigh Brannen. Fri Political Rally will be held I ," ,
to have the class again. probably ends and relatives enjoyed din- at the school grounds In Brook.r I
wish to donate white
elephant.you your by October. ner and the tarty that followed. this Saturday night Aug. Mark Patray I II fight 24-Hour
%6. A spaghetti supper, sponsored I Drug
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown
Next meeting will be September .. I
TILT by the local fire.department r Protection
THIS 'N of Orange Park visited with Ms
1. 7:30 at the Hampton
: p.m. amuse
City! [tall.CANDJIATES. Major and Mrs. Fred Sackett mother, Mrs.'Bell Brown, last will be served startingat j
were hosts Sunday afternoon to Sunday. Mrs.Brown's daughter, 5 p.m. In the cafeteria. Adults NEWS 1 ABOUT
FOR a group of friends with Mt. and Mrs. Kathryn Carbon, of Eli $1.50;children,$1.SpeakIng -
CITY OFFICES Mrs. Elite Sanders as guests zabeth, N.J.. Is visiting her will start at 7 p.m. A con- .
There's only a few more toys of honor. mother and.will return homeon cession. stand will remain open SERVICE MEN 1 '
left to qualify If you're planningto Lt, Col. Bill Trigg,. who Is August 27.; during the program.
run for office' In the Cityof with Air Force Intelligence In'' Mrs..Batty Sewell pissed The most miraculous thing Leao..erhitPExperience
Business
Hampton. September 1 lis the Cocoa Beach, was a guest of way last Sunday morning at the. has happened-- Grandma Mary r ,
deadline for turning your ptpera the Fred Sacketts last'THurs-, home of friends she was visiting Green's eyesight has been restored -. Ability
In to Mayor Bruno. day. !in Gainesville. at 91 years of age. ThisIs Trainee Mark Terrell Pat- a
Those having qualified todate Mr. and Mrs. Moye and threeeons Our deepest sympathy to the due to eye surgery and the. ray, 17, son of Mr. and Mrs. ,
are as follows: For Mayor, of Miami ,and Mr. an4 family of Mrs. Colson who also wonderful power of God. We Ernie Don Patray of Starke
rthur Bruno;for City Marshal Mrs.Andy Selckel and children passed away.last week. are so thankful. Her daughter- arrived U,S.Army duty at Fort !I.,
Vernon Forsyth and Ralph Vau- of Davte are vacationing. with in-law, Mrs. "ubye Lee Plnkston. Jackson South Carolina July !t.,
ghan; for City Clerk, Evelyn the Joe Riddlcks. I Is hea from Silver 6. '. ,
Vaughan; for City Council They're having great timeon S. Spring, Md. helping out during Mark, a'1972' graduate from Dedicated (
Grace Deal, W.K. Brown, Ted Hampton Lake boating, The new tytttm 0po' ; her. recuperation. Bradford High In Starke workedIn Strict law Enforcement
Curtis, Josephine Fontaine,Don swimming and skiing.'The boys mark.odd to the anonymity' Cays Appliance Store In Service
Hill, Lillian Ingenlath and are tackling the difficult art of of tile anonymout tetter. Now Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Hamilton Starke as a civilian. : With Common .
Frances Wadsworth. skiing barefoot. (Sounds difficult I you can't even tell what tOWlt'Iour and children went to Or- The complete name and location Sense
I to me especially sine / correspondent It hiding lando on August 11. Beth and of Mark's' unit Is Co. I
POLITICAL RALLY I'd need a barge to stand up. .hit identity/ in. Willie spent the weekend with A 7th Bn 2nd, BCT BDE Ft. I I
Hampton's political rally for on the water.) their uncle and aunt Mr. and Jackson S.C. 29207. I
I For Fair and I Law Enforcement .
Mrs H.L. Prescott. and child Mark .''will,. complete basic i Impartial
ren. On Sunday the Prescotts training at Fort Jackson Sept.
1r I took the children to Disney 14. "It's The Man Behind The BadgeELECT
World, where.they l had a wonderful

Elect time. That Counts"
Johnny Edwards celebrated -
PAUL C. '' his third birthday at the Craig G. Wilson, husband of
the former Renee M. Moore of
,home of his grandparents Mr.
and Mrs. Ernest Edwards, on 418 Christian St., Starke, has YOUR
t? Saturday, Aug. 19. been promoted to Aviation Maxi CARTER Sheriff
t HUTCHINSt t ; 1t Mr. and Mrs James O. Dean Maintenance Administration .
and of Bristol.'Term., and man 1st class et the U.) S.Naval
son
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Cox and Air Station, Agana, Guam., YOUR VOTE AM I) SUPPORT: ) KILL\ BE: DXEI'LY: APPRKCIXTKI: ; .

Sharon of Castle wood, Va. have (Pd. Pol. Ad.) /
been visiting the Tommy Cox
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family. ',They also visited Mr. -
t BRADFORD COUNTY and Mrs. Mack Pressley and -
Becky In Late Butler, and all : .
enjoyed a trip to Disney World INTRODUCING
COURT JUDGE last weekend. ...: .

Mr. and Mrs.Ernest Edwards .
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and Mrs. Lottie Some New Faces At :
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ed the M.F. Norman reunion ,. t.1
I A Proven' Servant ).. at Camp Montgomery on Sunday, t. '.
Aug. 20.BROOKER.

t Of The People : h, ; : KEITH'S BEAUTY ,

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,l 't" announces that the new: school SALON

I t HUTCHINS 28 term, at will 8a.m.Brooker begin. Monday. Aug. y,,,' ...._ ___, tar S r '

.. ..... ..( e, Has Nutsids! Buisees f btt.Xst..e! ; Elementary will have .1 Ii;" ........ ......... .....
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f HUTCH INS". ,:, "Canp.XoteFuII. tiro.;\*;,To :,Th. Off l<8. ;lori,.and A new frnrered-walfeA ate"1., .. SPECIALIZING IN ,:: .
way from the school building to ,
the cafeteria. The walkway was
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HUTCHINS I e Has Educated Your Children; For The according constructed to during an agreement the summer bet- MTEST STYLING) PERMANENTS: ; I

the Bradford County ,: 1( .... .
Past 19 Years.Is ,. school ween administration and the SllMPflO AMI/) SETS COLOR '

Brooker Elementary pro\.. The FROSTING II:MR/ CUTS BLEACH: / I
walkway will be especially appreciated

HUTCHINS college Educated. on rainy days. ,. \ l' NIGS . . .
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Brooker Elementary has also ..Iif
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,: been allocated an additional I :

h HUTCHINS Valu"Srnlc Above Self".:> will teacher decrease for this the term.sire of each This ),, ..;". q/V/ ,

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teacher's class, thus provldengmore ..I _
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t time for Individual help.

A HUTCIIIIIS k The Candidate W"o" .His! Feet On We welcome to the faculty.Mrs. Kathy Also Sherwood Mrs. SANDY JENNELL

The Ground And His Mind On,.th. Publics WelfareAdvisor faculty Shirley as Comerford a new teacher's will Join aid.the

.Out deepest sympathy Is extended Here's Keith's Staff Of Professional
to the family of Mrs.Rosa -
To The Future Farmers Of America.V
Kelley who passed away on
Friday Aug. 18. .i. Cosmotoligist
"Bradford Chapter" Prayer List: Morris Dyal' ( : /
(Pd. Poi:: Adq.y I j" Mary Green, Ernest Edwards }

'-- 1- ,,' rail Zulena Harrell, Iva. Jean Har- :. .'j: : They :Take Great Pride In Providing! Their 'X

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"I j;.*; ',,LOCAL ATTEND, OFFICIALS.MEETING NOTICE MIDDLE TO PARENTSOF SCHOOL Social Security is Now ,

'Supervisors' of'the Bradford. More Valuable ,to "Youth
Soil Water Conservation.. Girls at the Bradford Mtddl.
,trlct attending the Florida Association School will required to wear,
meeting In Crystal regulation gym suits this school Social security has become students 18 to 22 whom are .

.wood River and areEarlJones.BlllSher James Wstoon. term.led through These the suits PhyllcaIEduca will be hand* increasingly young 1 people more in valuableto the 35 getting>a,,monthly parent ,has benefits died because or :....:fm111f:11f111:;: ;;; : ::;:;: ;?;;1mmmmmfilimf:1f1f1111: :;:;;:; :; ;?;;;'r.1;;};}mm1;}}1j1>;:1m11;;: :;:::m:m1;11;;;m111; ;;; 1111;; m11;TrXStisti:;:: :. .. ff. t reifrirfjTf:' :; : :;: ifati fm7: G '.mr) I rWf; Jt..mW r @.

Their wives and children will ton department at the school since the ill.abled. :;: :::;::
years program was retired or become (

.''also Doll attend Museum and Homosassa will visit andWeoke the a Further cost of$5.75 details per will suit be sent(. enacted.Originally. the sole, pur- The disability value ;of protection social security is- il ll} Bill I l oc kh art On. PresidentialPolitics I I f

\.will view Wachee fashion Springs and home by,the students. pose of social security benefits often overlooked by young :::::::: :}:r::::::
show. ::::::: :f x::
was to provide a basic income people. A 19,6711 change in the
for workers retiring at law made it easier for young I : '. r
< 65.. But'in '1939,.before the disabled people! to qualify for m
rlOr aa first monthly benefits had payments. Now a worker
.r; been paid Congress added who become ,disabled:! before! W
1 benefits for dependents and age 24 may qualify'for bene-
IMMY survivors. Today people below fits for himself and for: his
t BOWEN retirement! age'' have a wife and children if he,has it "Only One Candidate For :i11
I much greater stake in social only 1'/ years of social security :
security-both in terms of work credit In the pre- : President This Year Speaks :'.'>t1 t1K
;': more protection in the event vious 8 yearsllf his disabil *S:
t:: Wants To Work I that they become disabled or ity begins between 24 and 31,: > For Me George Wallace." f
die and. in terms of the number he Is eligible If he has
FOR YOU,. .. A who are actually. drawing. social ,isecurity credit; for '
benefits.. only half the time betweenage i. I
i 1'1I ', About one out of every 21 and the time his disability TN i iOYi

WOR I GMAN. 'four people on the social security : started.As ; Don't Send A Liberal To ps4;;
I t benefit rolls is unde; a result .of' all 'these : :
60. Included are young wld, changes social security has f Send jj
f: Tallahassee A {
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AS YOUR) owed mothers and their children -, become more important than ,
disabled;' workers and ever-not Just 'tn terms of 11. 7p; i .r?
I Conservative Businessman.
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City Councilman' their families;; the disabled retirement and Medicare ua }
; sons and daughter of retiredor benefits, but as protectionnow
I' nHHHHBsViB BHA f disabled workers or of for young'workers, and I
.workers who have.'died, and their families. .

JIMMY IIIHVKN) is not just playing' politics with 1 1f DuPont Worker Duncan Cited >: t For A Strong Voice .. Send iiii!
the rich .and well .. lo-,do.. llc'is concerned ab- | : :.:
i out the vyorkiiig, man's Financial Plight . I Injures HandIn For ServiceAs 'M' r- The Best Qualified. ManM M 1 {

B" with everything. going up except his take i "home A Accident : S tate Ally. :: : I' i::
pay. f T.E (Ted) m:: A University Of Florida. (
State Attorney
i Francis Warwick DuPont Kenny Company an Duncan of Gainesville who Is 1j GraduateWith Five YearsExperience U:
of the
employe
f Jlmiry Bowen voted against expansion of the i was Injured about 3:30 retiring after 34 years In Distinguished theorrlce.1 ....... .....
power the
been
A plant2 years ago. His opponent at that tim laid p.m. Wednesday Aug. 16,,when i has Service given Award from 11[ I n Government HI
H w* couldn't go another 'yoar without' addition and t: his right hand became: caughtbetween the National Distrlctattortley'sAssociation. 2$
wanted to float a sheave and a drive .
bond
f a !ISlue. A bond Inue would
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belt while working on a stau- I
have meant in form another. And was mideat
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more axes one or presentation
roUte In the mill.
magnet dry
'f time has it thot time. the Association's annual conference .
proven was not nciary at According to a company!
t, spokesman,. Kenny suffered the' Puerto held last'week IUco.' It In'San cited : State
Juan IIIII BILL LOCKHART }
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loss o' the first Joint on each Duncan for his ."prorolslonalachlevemont Representative
of four fingers on his right
t J lilliJIIX liowcii is JlUllr'i II}; to do Big'Thinus for t hand. lie underwent plastic as a lawyer and: is ,
the Lily. he prefers spending jour.money For the surgery at'Alachua General .an outstanding, prosecutor." :: :: Iih'I',2S:; .t>a" i'u' AI> 'nnujn\ ( { \1' :::;:;=:

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Griffin JC Chapter Political Signs Givitans Hear US Savings Bond Purchases Total $13,369 In June

Is Named To Charted At Not Allowed Paul HutchinsPaul during June2.2 million
Bradford County E and H that the popularity of Swing : '
Cemetery Assn. State Prison On Right Of WayAt United States Savings Bonds bonds Is in a large part due Sore than Juni'12r In the state fertng
bond vale
lIut.chln'L Bradford vocational sales totaled $13,369 In June, to the tax defermant privileges during the first
A new Junior Chamber of agriculture Instructorand according to S.L. Peek. Jr. which prove beneficial In creating $70.5 million '10.7
period
a business meeting of the Commerce chapter, made up Political signs are prohibited a candidate for county Judge volunteer County Savings Bonds retirement of education million six months over the same up period
First Baptist Church on Wednesday exclusively of Inmates of tie by Florida law on state and In the September 12 primary Chairman. funds Florida reached
Aug. 16, Col. James Florida State Prison, received county right of way, Florida spoke Tuesday morning to the The county achieved 53.5 percent Fo last year. of 1U annual sales
8.7 percent
A. Griffin was appointed as its charter during ceremoniesheld Department of Transportation Starke Clvltan Club. of Its 1972 goal at the end Florida residents purchased
representative from the churchto Monday night officials remind candidates. Hutchins stressed the Importance of June this year. $10.2 million of Series E and H goal June 30
the Crosby Lake Cemetery The chapter, which now has Illegally posted signs must be of a full time unencumbered The county chairman noted United States Savings Bonds
Association, Inc. He will succeed 42 members, was started last removed by DOT and county person for the county ".-.u......;.,.:..<<.:.:'',:.=<<<',<<'-'_,:,:,:rqy yrrsyvv.M.: :: :w{fiSGrf: :::;:?;:?;:;:?:;:?,:;:!:: !!,
the late Lucian O. Hasen. November by the Gainesville maintenance crews, preventingthese Judge's office. A resident of J., ,;;;yyairisGiitwitv.-0C4hr.Sw4sY:: :: : ;::::;;:;:: ::: :;;;::::: :; ::;:;:; :;:;:;:::::;:;:::: :;;:;: :::::+:%::vk': : +I:fl:?YWi.2.4s
Jaycee chapter. Membership Is crews from performingother Starke and Bradford County for ... +sl.. jj1j1j r
necessary operations and t 19 years Hutchins said he feels NOTICE }
limited to Inmates of the pri .... ':
son's O-unlt, the minimum security -'' costing money to Florida tax- his experience In the teaching ABSENTEE BALLOTS ::;:
The Cemetery Association, a section of the Institution payers. Funeral field and working with young AVAILABLE NOW ti1 r';' THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS f;
non-prom organization for the according to Rick Schmidt, Signs which are removed by Today people will be an asset In handling Mrs. Neva Flynn, Supervisor 1 WILL.fCHANCE :::
maintenance of Crosby Lake Gainesville Jaycee who has been state or county crews will be the duties of county Judge. of Elections, announces (hatab- :::::: OF BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA ;
For Dr.
Cemetery, was organized by supervising the Ralford destroyed. Barry Hutchins was Introduced by sentee ballots for the First Primary 111; 1 THE VOTING PRECINCT NO. 8 K
three local churches, the FirstBaptist chapter. Political signs are prohibited Allan Tarleton, program chair on Sept.12 are now avail- :: FROM THE OLD ARMORY TO THE.U.S.O. W
the Madison Street "Prison officials are really under Florida Statute man. able at her office in the Brad-
Baptist, and the First United enthusiastic about it," Schmidt 479.22 which states "..no political Andrew J. Barry, M.D., age In other business President ford County courthouse {11 1i1 BUILDING. AND[ PRECINCT NO. 14 FROM ft;;
Methodist. said. signs shall be errected, .48, of Starke, died Monday John! Bradley expressed appreciation i 1 i1;; THE KATE STRUTII RESIDENCE TO THE
posted, painted tacked, nailedor afternoon in Alachua General for those who participated ::


otherwise displayed, placedor Hospital after an illness. of several In the softta!! game swimming :(:::::: .. .NEW.... ....NATIONAL............. .. ..GUARD... ......... ARMORY.., .. .... '}
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located on or above party; and Slipper with the ..;}.:a;}:}.{.:l:.......:Y.4;{::-:: :-..;:- ; {{{;{rr yqyrf>>{{ 'ffrMC f:<<.(.'
road any weeks.Dr. Junior Clvltan Club Softball ;:::::;::;:::::::::::::::::::::*::;::::::{*:::::::;:::*::::;::::::*:::::::::::;::::::::;:;W;;:::;:;:::;:;:*::*:; ;W r
"I'ul (.tniiinitn Sf'nIlP state or county right-of- Barry was born In New. ..I
way." berry on December 22, 1923 team.
/I nit KtiuwnuMenett and had practiced In Starke for The Clvitan Club voted to con-
44y" t Back Into Our Government" the past 19 years. He was: a tribute $50 to the 1972 Calf,
Florida Adds veteran of World War Da member Scramble.

Vote 10,000 More Florida of the Medical First Baptist Association Church, REMEMBER THIS DA TE .

American Academy of General
3072 VotersRegistered a
: FRANKWILLIAMS State WorkersMore Practitioners, the Starke Rotary
; i Club, Starke Shrine Club, 26th
Starke Golf & Country Club, Saturday, August
than 10.000 persons have Masonic Lodge No. 35, and the In Union Co.
been added to state payrollsin Morocco Temple of the ShrineIn .
Florida during the past 18 Jacksonville. He was a
LAKE BUTLER A total of
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
member
the total of the medical staff of
months sending em-
census figurese the Bradford County Hospital. 3,072 Union County voters are JVhy.eS e e .
-
DISTRICT 25 cord high of 90,904 persons. Surviving are his wife, Mar- registered and eligible to take
Eleven years ago there were tha Kramer Barry; one daughter part in the coming primary
fewer than 39,000 persons on Miss Adrienne Barry; and elections according to Lottie

FRANK WILLIAMS WILL NOT JUMP ON the State show.During payroll. census records all one of son Starke, Andrew; his parents J. Barry Mr.n, Lee Archer., county supervisorof } TOM RIVERS

POPULAR ISSUES OR IIANG ON POPULAR the 1960's, Florida'sstate and Mrs WllUamN.Barry Sr.. elections.Mrs. a
government Jumped from of Newberry) ; two brothers Archer said 3,028 of that
POLITICIANS COAT TAILS JUST TO GET William N.' Barry Jr;. and
38,000 to 87,000
employee.- total are registered as Democrats
ELECTED! an Increase of 120( per cent. Robert Barry both of New- 35 as Republicans and WILL BE WALKING AROUND
FRANK WILLIAMS WILL BE A FULLTIME During the same period theState's berry; and one sister Mrs
Increased Kay Williams Tallahassee. that seven are listed as memo
population
REPRESENTATIVE only 37 per cant.McGovern Funeral services will be held bers of other parties.She STARKE
at 2 pjn. Thursday In the First
Baptist Church of Starke with said the new total compares
Frank Williams Speaks Out! Rev. Leo Hebert officiating with 2,805 who were WHETHER IT IS RAINING OR SHINING

Workers Interment will be In the New- registered for the presidential

"f. Am Sick Of Having Policemen Ridiculed And Being Sought By C.berry Jones Cemetery with DeWitt preference primary held earlier He wants to meet the citizens to renew old friendships and make new ones..
Called Pig. While Cop Killers Ar. Hailed As Funeral Home in Increase of 267.
Area CoordinatorNick charge of arrangements. this year, or an lie truly wants to represent the PEOPLE! ,
Some Kind Of Folk H.to.J Mrs. Archer attributed the

West, of Gainesville SW nine per cent increase In registration He invites all citizens, whether they are men or women young or old blackor
Voters League to the fact that more
"J.Am Sick Of Being Told That Religion Is Th. McGovern Community Coordinator white, to confront him with the issues.

Opiate Of Th. People, But That Drugs Should B. for North Florida, is To Meet.Aug. 28, young bracket people have in signed the!18 up to, and 21 age to

Legalised! looking in for Bradford Interested County volunteers to- South- an additional 43 black persons He strongly feels that the PEOPLE need to have the strongest voice in Tal-
The next meeting of the
serve with the McGovern for west Community Voters League who registered. lahasseer!

".I I Am Sick Of Thos. Who Are Trying To Take Our President organization. will be held at the American
8 Talk with him and decide for !
Legion home at p.m. Monday yourself
Guns From Us.
Away "Precinct captains from each Aug. 28, Instead of August 21 *
"I'Am Sick Of Those Who Took Punishment The olfic wolf says girl
Capital precinct will work within their as Incorrectly reported in last
own community to familiarizethe week's should have their picture I in
Away From Us, paper. THOMAS J. RIVERS II
people of Bradford County All candidates for City Council the paper when they art divorced ,
r with Sen.* McGovern and his have been Invited to appearat rather when!, they are*
"..I I Am Sick Of Those Who Push Busing For Racial platform" West said. this time and discuss th.i issues married. He figures there. FOR
would bt' more fnlercst ,in
In the forthcoming city
Balance! what's available than whais't. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVESDISTRICT
The volunteers will be supplied election. The public Is Invitedto .
attend this meeting. 25 Pd. '.t. Adv,) DEMOCRAT:
with campaign materials ..,. ? .. ," i 7..Ival. ,J.' (
Vote For and Elect 01"FRANK and'with-will the Florida be in direct organization contact .J"Ull !''''!(y* *'-i; "t.. !i ;: ....h SIN "f). ,Il,""" '> n,*'>& -. I .

WILLIAMSYour at all are times.asked, Interested to contact:persons Mc-- The 'Office/ Grouch 11",11. ** ******* ****** * * * *

Govern for President Community fa !having a perfectly mliera-
Coordinator, Route 4, ble day Just to spite ell those
Representative, D *t. 6 Box 325 Gainesville Fla., or people who chirp: it him to
call Mr. West at Gainesville !have a good one.t.t1 .
(Pd. Pal. Adv.)'
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JAMES L. '


\, QUALIFIED QUALIFIED] :



: TOMLINSONi t tM MAN








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The Reddish Family '

(Mark, Dolph Shirley, Greg, Karen)
YOURCIRCUIT i ,

A t Elect ,DOLPH REDDISH Your Sheriff! Man With Proven Ability

And Integrity A Law Enforcement Officer.



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Elect DOLPH REDDISH The Man Who Chose Law Enforcement! As HisVocation

Having Served Mos Of !His Adult
4wk
Life As'A Bradford Co. Deputy Sheriff.


JUDGE I Elect DOLPH REDDISH The Man Who Has Been Trained & Educated

In The Latest Methods In Law Enforcement.



z Elect DOLPH REDDISH The Only :Man'In Bradford Co. History Selected _

For Tralntngt: The FBI Academy Wash., D.C.
., GROUP 5'A

The man who has worked long hours as a Dep.
The Man oj Proved Ability.Ask your own Attorney Elect DOLP" REDDISH sheriff & will continue as Sheriff, to give Bradford -

Co. the 24 hr. Protection it has always had.
THIS MAN:

1. Methodist and Mason Shriner)
(
The Man Who Has Demonstrated That He
2. Born and reared In Florida Elect: DOLPH REDDISH' Can & Will Continue To Work WithOur:

3. Former. Infantry officer. and Korean veteran (paratrooper), presentlya Youth And School Officials.Elect .

Reserve Major

4. Has worked since age of 10
'
, 5. Worked his way through the University of Florida., graduating In Lawa. -

,; An experienced trial lawyer In both Civil and Criminal cases DOIPH REDDISH A Native Of Bradford Co. 39Years Old

'I, Partner In the Gainesville law firm of Scruggs, Carmichael, Tom-

llnsco, Roscoe and Pridgeon

8. Married 41 ;years old, with children attending elementary school

high school, and college Elect 101Pe REDDISH
A '
( Family Man 3 Children, Ages 16. IS, 11

"The man who sits as Circuit'Judge must have the wisdom and maturity to : :\ ..: ,i. '
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listen patiently, rule objectively, and dispense justice fairly and Impartially .t ., '1 1 1I .4. '

to all who stand before the court.." James t L. Tomllnson t. r.i. Ae .1 Experience Has No Substitute}

P MIMMM Ae rtM m sM fey Hwtry Cltttty.. ee"'.....T,.._
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13 Given Time To Answer Summonsplea

College Offering

13 persons failed to appear court two out of five felony ket on VS-301. All three cases Waldron, charged with writinga charged with voluntary Intoxication
Rebecca E. Ihoma.,
will be transferred the Cir worthless check and fined$26 ,
for plea day to County; Court defendants waved the right to Leonard
Career Guidance during the morning session with of a pre-Umlnsry hearing. cuit court. or three day and restitution, Murray Eddie Collins
and A, Yelverton ,
Randy
Bradford County; Judge Theron Floyd Lagrew and Stanley Persons who were fined In the and Mrs. Rosa Starling< charged charged with ,! ead< h
: having
Yawn presiding Tuesday. William Newman, Jr. waved afternoon session of plea day with the sama and fined court license: Ilardwlck W.no'i.iytoi fl.shiiu\ ',:
GAINESVILLE A new career guidance and counseling No warrants were Issued giving their right to preliminary hearings are Wesley D. Wllllngham and costs and restitution. charges with! writing a worthies

service open to the general public and students opened its / some of the people a chanceto lagrew was charged with George w. Thomas each Bond estreatures In plea court check and Robert NUrttr' !: ,
door Monday at Santa Fe Community College. contact the Judge's office and escape from the state prison In charged with no fishing license {were Leon Milton Criffls, Jr. charged with possession >f ii-
Designed to assist Individuals In making career decisions pay their fine forfeit bonds. Ralford and Newman was charged and fined court costa of$16.50 .Beland B. Johns, Larry Oliver cohollc beverage by a mInor.BRADFORDUNION .

the guidance and assessment known Persons that failed to appear with attempted escape Their or three days In ,Jail; Harley Brooks, and Robert Martin, all
program as Patrick w. cases were sent
for their canes are to the Circuit
GAP, will be staffed by professional personnel who will help McCartney, Claude Sherman Court.
each person through a comprehensive assessment process to Conaway, Robert Lee Dlx. Sal- Three other felony defendants
0 determine his Interests and abilities along with exploring lie Flowers Gulley, Thomas P. took their right to preliminary
various types of career choices.A Wilson, Robert Michael Wool, hearings and one took advantage VOCATIONAL TECH
primary underlying objective of the GAP program Is Doris Mlxson Rodgers, Jeffery of a public defender.
to "close the ever-present gap between the individual's present Lamont Crocker, Michael K.Leverson Pearlle B. Albert waved the
position and what ho wants to be," according to a community Clarence Gene King right to a public defender for SCHEDULEAdult
college spokesman.The and Wayne Leslie Crtffls, all the charge of aggravated assault -
new program under the direction or Robert Sterling charged with 'unlawful speed, Paul: Patrick Phillipswas Evening: Classes Hill Begin/: Vug. 2S

students II open to anyone In the SFCC district as well as to SFCC and Michael Ernest K.Eugene Leverson Jordan, ,both and stolen charged property with; possession and he was of Classes "Will' Meet From 7:00: P.M. To 10:001'.1.)

free-of-chargc. charged with having no valid granted a preliminary hearing
Offices for the program. will be In room 301 of the col drivers license. by Judge Yawn. Robert Leo .,
lego'S East House (the old Hotel Thomas) at 516 NE. 2nd St. Alexander was charged with robbery VOCATIONAL COURSES il>.:
and will have a "hotline" telephone number, 3733611. Three cases were dlsmlsseufrom .Donald of the Jackson Mlnlt"'lar- .1
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court. They are
Auto Mechanic Tues. & Thuri.
J. Segul, Jr. and Carlos Rod-

rique, charged with opera- TheMakeYnirself Bookkeeping Mon. & W 'd. ,, .".

Brush Up Paint Skills a ting a Coffinharged motor vehicle without John Over Clinic Cake Decorating .' lt Tues. (Sept. 12th) ,

Women get over $2 billion valid Henry driver's license. no BY DOLLY REED WA6EMAN Director( Diesel Mechanic & Heavy Equip.. 1 : Operator Mon., Tues., Wed.< &Thurs:

every month in social secu Before You StartIf Two cases were continued In The Carnation Drafting V I '!*? Tu.s. & Thurs.t. .
rity the morning session, one being Faihion Office t.. .
; ;
payments
benefits their They get Terry Lee Howard charged: with Floral Arranging (Adv.) :?4 4' : ': Tues.
on own work you're as fond of the American do-it-yourself careless driving and John K.Adklns -, &}'f .

records workers.as disabled or retired tradition as I am, you probably) like to tackle some restrictions, charged with violationof driver's about Q: Dear Dolly! I've been, ....>,1! Floral Arranging (Beg.) .; ;': Thurs. ". :i.;;
They also collect on doing tnf daily exervineiup ''
$0'
benefits as mothers, dependent household jobs, such as painting, on your own. It license. to now, bus the hot weather Radio & T.V. '+.... Mon. & Wed. .
can be fYm-sometimes rhullertKin?-and it can Fines assessed during/ the linrouniKr.. me. Any nugget- Air Cond. :' Wed. -
daughters widows morning session wore Phillip lio. ? Ref. & ., Mon. & .f'?
and wives of retired workers. save you money. Harold Reagan, $36 or three A: Slip into the nearest swimming "
pool. Jacuzzi or bathtub Sewing Mon. & Wed.
.'- days In Jail for having no and do your daily dozen "I
Rut if you do. your own valid drivers license, James right there! Water resistance Shorthand Tues. & Thurt.Tuos. .
paint/ hug, you should t hi Addison Slzemore/ Jr. Willie actually makes exercise more
Elect llware of I he! must common Sellers and Timothy Allen effective. Typing & Thurs.
rallies/ of J paint/ failure: Thompson, charged with unlawful If you have n pool, get a
e Painting on u moist. speed and fined $36 or three small float and let it support
BEN greasy: oily' or unclean surfiiee days In jail, and FrankJamus while your you legs use pep GENERAL EDUCATIONAm.
:
; Terrell, fined$26 or three days Just the
srlc
MOXLIY e Piiintmir/ during excossively for unlawful! speed. breast stroketo 0 vs Comm. Tue.
hot cold, or humid., cross the r.
wen OUT without 'benefit. otnir Bond estreatures in the mornIng pool. Great t-i Am. History Mon. & Wed.
YOUR enndilioninir; session were CUvid Ray Tet- for arm and I
e I'aintinirvithout/ prop..rI.AIFOID stone Nick Pippas Marsha chest mus '. .r Basic Education Tues. & Thurs.

mixing, with low quality Kay Tate, Mildred Miller King hang cle.onto Now the "'!!:7 Basic Education Mon. & Wed. (R, J. E.)
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SCHOOL John :
paint or with insufficienttime Henry Coffin, Carl: td- float with .
i liotween costa; ward Smith Jerry Lee Morris, your arms, Bunka EmbrodeVy Mon. 8 Wed.
BOARD MEMBER e Painting without proper David William Anderson, Gary and kick your
primer or umlercuat. / to make Kenneth Kessel, David Teltry way acroiu the pool. Use a English Tues. & Thurs.
Ben Moxley the paint/ adhesive to the Rhoden, Everett James Hester, fritter kick one time and a ....
.Kin-fare luring/ painted Will Take A Stand And For What Schmidt.' Carl every area of the leg. A lazy f ." '"
Speak Up H. Ihi'Mi oversights! can lend Thinks .ls Right, And Against What He Thinks to peeling,, hllsterinpr. "chalk- Vansaant, James M. ScJioll- ) gives you the chance to (Preparation For GED Exam)
It Wrong. 'inn." "iilliirntorinK"/ Ii nil horn, Wilton Oi-dll Hart WH- elongate all your waist mus
"eheekinf., To help I you lam Thomas C lluccl, Raymond cles. Just reach for an extra
Ben Moxley /avoid' such prohlvmx, the Piol! Vassillo.' David R. three inches overhead before Other Courses 'Will Be Offered If Sufficient! Interest Is Indicated Please Bring I
iovernnient hits issued. threeWill Joel Welch' Lamar Sarah Cleono Rmtit. water.placing the active hand in the To Our Attention Any Other Course You Are Interested lln That Is; Not Listed.
B. Accountobl. To You Parents And Taxpayers cuMxunicr piililientioni J on Chapman Deborah Please! Call 9646150. .
'piimtiiiI'n) ,i"/ ""'I I'll ml in ff, ChrUtlie( : Barrett, Robert Ross
Of Your School System. :il//.1 I pages. i is nvinlalile, for Roc( Knight, Leo L. Ta osaa: Ronald Exercise is half of vour good Crochet
Ben Moxley from ('..n""lIlI'r I'roiliii't In. Earl Caswull, Raymond: health and figure diet control programproper
is the other Knitting
formation. Washington/ I).'C". MIller, R. Starling Donald halt. To conserve calories
Do.s Npj Believe That Quality Education Means :1drt1)7v! ( (stoik. number 2300OIISil Fmuk'in!/ Bennett, and Alberta substitute Slender diet food
Sp.nding More. And Mor. Money. ) ). liitirinr, ; PninlinInMann's ; ; Den.i John*,)']. 11! charged with! from Carnation for one or Office Machine
nod! A run ml (lie" Farm, unlawful' speed. more of your regular meals.
Ben Moxley and' Kfttriuf/ I'liinling, both Oval Hue! Pauley was fined -. After exercising, enjoy a Science
JiJJ : fordIIwDNIiiAhlpbbSlft $151 or'60 days In Slender shnke for vour next ,
Jefl and
Y. .':t.-r:: ;::=.: t"'JAW.vouIllCMldre""ajoor.IJi": '0 -' .lU! pages, are" .aVIIlahl...,"' ...- his! license revoked for 90 days 225 mini-meal.calories With'Or Tnixed whole milk. |decorating1n.R J t .
with
...., ,..o. .MS.9.LLo_,d. --...... ,4,. .,1., ? ... 1!IUt' .s; :u.i'h' frgm( the /sameiseams '' for under(he the charge Influence1.of driving of Intoxica while e non-fat milk. 164. It's like!having Data Processing ,aM ,
(stuck n"umliirs"01001171 / a beauty spa In your own
wad, (IIIC1U-u( 15. respectively ting beverages. backyard
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Registration Santa Fe Community Brad. Middle College School t Sleet R. A. 0 R I E E N t tt II



... FALL TERM An/*. 28 4:30 8:30:: P.M. t (BUZZY) JR. t


<" Sept. 21 1972 To Dec.) U. 1972 J I

This. Schedule Lists ,All Offerings/ Of The College/ t The Middle School In Starke, Flornla. : CIRCUIT: JUDGE :

For Furthur Information Coiiccrnin; \n> Offerings. Please Contact The Academic Affairs

Office (Gainesville, Florida. f GROUPS 5
September Classes Begin

November 23.24 Thanksgiving T T t Professional Background Personal Background .. t

Dec.mb.r14 Cldss.s End H-ThVrsdav
Course c.dit j Admitted to practice June 1963. Appointed Public Defender Born 14 June 1938 in Gainesville, Florida; son of for. j
No.-Section{ Name Period Days Room Hours of the Eighth Judicial Circuit effective 1 July 1963. mer Congressman R. A. (Lex) and Lucile Harris Green of ,
Elected {in 1964;; re-elected in 1968. Was one of the original Starke. Married former Sandra Marie Jones of Starke, Flor
BE 100.62 Th. Ind, In a Changing Environment 9 T Stark. 3 Public Defenders designated after the system" was cre Ida in June 1959. Father of Katherine Marie, age 12; Mel. t

BA 160.62 Basic Accounting 9 T Stark. 3 I ated. ani., age 10, and Lea, age 8. Children attend J. J.
PH 200.62 Introduction to Philosophy 9 T Stark. 3 Finley Elementary School in O-jnesville.
SE 100.62 Th. Sciences 9 T Stark. 3 Since the position was a part time one in 1963, he enga- t
EH 214.64 Survey of English{ Literature 9 H Stark. 3 t g.d in private civil practice with his father and uncle in
tarke July 1965 the Alachua County caseload Attended public schools of Bradford County, Florida
BA 275.64 Intro. to Real Estate Principles 9 Starke 3 Florida.By ,
H graduated from Bradford High School in June 1956. Enrolled
And Practices of the Office of the Public Defender had grown to the 6
Political t degree that a relocation in Gainesville was necessary. in the U. of F. in 1956, received B. A. degree in ,
PO 171.64 Introduction Science
to 9 H Stark. 3
1960. Enrolled in the U. of F. College of Law September
PV 220.64 The Study of a Child 9. H Stark. 3 1960 and
received June Doctor in December 1962, Stood
ES 110.62 Basic Economics 9 H 3 t In November, 1965, he formed the civil firm of Green & Florida Bar Examination in April 1963 and was admitted to t
Starke Pierce. The firm engaged in the general practice of civil practice 6 June, 1963. Admitted to Bar of the Supreme
'WINTER TERM I law with an emphasis probate domestic relations and
on ,
Court of the United States on 5 June, 1967; l Is admitted to
January) 2. 1973 to March 22. 1973 "'Y t trial work. practice before the U. S. District Courts of Florida. t

The 1969 session of the Florida Legislature made full
January 2, 1972 Clones Begin T.Tuesday j time service as Public Defender optional with the Defender. t

March 22, 1972 Clones End Thundoy He became full time Public Defender in September of
that year thus becoming the first full time Public Defender
Course<<: Credit In the state. ,
No..Sectlon Name Period Days Room Hours I ,
He has continued as Public Defender of the Eighth Jud
BE 100.64 The Ind. In a Changing Environment 9 H Storie. 3 idol Circuit.

BA 101.62 Introduction to Business 9 T Starke 3 i t

BA 211.64 Principles of Accounting 9 H Stark. 3 H. is a Seasoned Civil and Criminal trial Lawyer. TEA ;'
ES 201.62 Principles of Economics 9 T Starke 3

EH 103.62 Basic English Composition 9 T Storke 3 I

HV 101.64 201.64 Western EI.m.ntary Clv.Algebra to 1500 9 9 H H Starke Starke 3:3MS Professional A ffiliations Include: ?' !

PS n 1.62 Physical Scl.nce 9 T Storie. 3 I
,
BarAssoclationof the Eighth Judicial Circuit '
PV 200.62 General Psychology 9 T Stark. 3 *
Florida Bar Association
r' ,
t American Bar Association l t
SPRING TERM National Legal Aid{ and Defender Association ,
Florida State Public Defenders Association
March 28, 1973 10 June 15, 1973 t Governor's Council on Criminal Justice i t

Course: Credit *.American Judicature; Society

No..Sectian Nome Period Days Room Hours ** National Association of Criminal" Defense Lawyers
I I Alachua County Children's Committee i

BE 100.62 The Ind. In a Changing Environment 9 T Stork. 3 ,
BY 112.64 Intro. t. Genetics and Evolution 9 H Starke 3

BA 212.62 Prillclpl.s of Accounting 9 T Starke 3 I'
270.64 Business Law 9 H Stark 3
BA
ES 202.6.4 Principles of Economics 9 H Stork. 3 A Man of Proven Interest and A bility :

EH 104.64 Llt.ratur. and Composition 9 H Stark 3 I I
MS 102.62 Int.rmediate Algebra T Stork VOTE

PY 235.64 The Psychology of Social Behavior 9 H Starke 3 GHLEN SEPT 12

SC 230.62, Ma"lag. aJ'ld the Family 9 T Stork. 3 (pd. pal, Adv.) : J

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l&jY1AT'S FLORID' \ Laying Hens Are Cackling Too Much! .

THEATCNP r WILDLIFE FI


That's Goad and Bad
a0I I, COMMENTS( ON THE OUTDOORSby it woe able to furnish' ::each

d American 320 eggs last year.

And If ever a progress chart .producer, all well as This wa the per capita con
Dr. O.E. Frye Jr. These ladles work at( homa. Egg sumption. Now, Florida pro-
showed a change In trend, the other agribusinessmen as
They spend all day cackling than Iw1-
Director eating and drinking. They're chart In the Division of Marketing' they like to say It, have "pro three more eggs cat
can
GAME AND FRESH WATER FISH COMMISSION speclnllBt In their field; as a Tampa Market New gressed themselves" into a population Although the trend of
.
mall jut &aci. UM .. JaeitM; offioe 4* graphic. 11 show.that 'kw aih.oHolt. Adrnuffd (cell1- wives has all but
working
the egg remained for awhile good management
nology.
hens,
laying average 226 eggs made the eating-breakfast
on a steady price mesa and labor saving
each In In their principles
PPR.The) in 1914 almost SO years ago, a year. case tradition extinct eggs are becoming
next time
and instead of traditionally have
I know Iff held t.I MIM but wlrn you cackling Is undesirable devices and practice
.... when the word not an hs dishe for those
fill
fkx PM Control hear ecology was -
thoM al ui tan 01 someone complain about going the trend .
.V will .... you a trt homointpofrtun. the "new" Idea of not today's household word. characteristic; it'i a notice up dropped brought unparalleled progressto in a hurry. They are often\
conservation industry.
off the which
Km noii" II no enrtit HonmtW If It sounds like lot that another egg Is rolling, mesa to a point the 0K(! and poultry
of
ecology and the a served ns quick lunches quick
/ awn
$ll I own out cod IrapoEt your makes last year's productionline .
drivel remember this onto the cage apron The
Mid I.wn tot Hrncn or Will general Idea that man is man
von do a_..... rolln '._01'-*t destroying his environment saw destruction of today's hens have outdone I the", and the current-dip line The egg industry's produc' sandwiches and Hometimen
no eonl, So l If rain orltlnf .bugaHl. 'almost a symmetrical figure lion reached the point whore
_....all.. Jim.*lor tin you might quote to that person natural resources fifty years solves laid too many eggs. evening mauls.I .
the words of Mr. ago
FLOAIDA1STCONTROL'Now 'd_ 1" ___ 1"_E._Z._.Jones__.____a -- -- - -- .
ai.ors"w. who OIOUE'reported u.umm.lIlI.oner.' the following to, *AAA **AAAAAAAAAA ***

,I IYI.. Mop on ovor. and.,It, wa.'t.'I you / the Governor of Florida after
eont Honnt completion of his first year In Re-Elect
office.
"The most vital questionnow BILL
before the American
FLORIDA
people is that of the con W. H.BILLY.
servation of our natural
PEST
resources. Perhaps no other ( )

'CONTROL nation has ever been so I
I abundantly endowed with
I
I 964-5745 wealth of mine or forest as are
t CHMUGUCO.florid. the people of the United,. NOeffel
I States and probably the
.) Pwt Control Wrt n not dr b.prwt citizens of no other nation
but Florid(our horn to wrho could knowra..wt have ever been so careless w ,
PtorirJfrfM San Ftortda PM ContnMl
.
with their treasurers so
prodigaj of their birthright." Your Candidate ForHESTER
"The next generation of
men and women will be madeup CouncilmanGroup
of the boys and girls now in City HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
the public schools of our
//I/PI'/ FOI() TIUCTOI( cr:, country and upon them will/ 5A
devolve the solution of the DEMOCRAT and
"Wherr'l SITVICC" IH Ihi Hclttr Itl""." vital problems of saving from DIST. 25

destruction the treasurers
SPECIAL Man Wh. WII|| Stand For What I.
with which our country is so HIS FAMILY
Right, And Rop,...., YOU A* All
Buy Tile: 542. '!lay Haler bountifully blessed T,.... A Man Who Will Nor c.,.,
"The young American To Any S.l.ct Croup And Will Col
,\uJ (',el New Ford Rake whose birthright Includes the ALL Th. Facto Bofeto Making A
birds of the air. the game of Docliitn' [iUJirr

Or Mower Free. the forest,and the fishes of the .
stream may be compared to a Hr
.
Ph 1".M1! <(MCainesxille young man coming into his ."I 1 Need Your Support andon'l' F nret It:. .
Inheritance. If he cares for his
(; 3 Mi. North 1.5.441. .. .
fortunes and Is not a spendthrift (Pd. Pol. Adv.)
,his wealth will increase
till he can live in comfort or
even luxury and still have
enough remaining to transmitto *'

Elect { w
Re-Elect his children. But on the
other hand if he proves Improvident -
and wasteful he Bill/ Hester Was Married In 1960 To The Former Emily Simmon. Of

will during not his only own be impoverished lifetime, but Gainesville, Florida. They Have Twin Daughters, Stacy And ?.

," will leave his children H. Stephanie, Age 2. They Reside At 611 Custer Circle. In Dellair *
paupers" West, Orange Park, Florida .

"The American people have / ..
long been wasteful of their t '
4 1 splendid treasures; great f*Are You Concerned About The Loss Of Your Voice In State Government:?
forests have been set on fire ,
Bill
Hester UI
the careless lumberman has

dl I R ,destroytd4heif( ", young and ,, I : "(;ii\cn i The Opporluiiil. { l) To :Scrcs; \ our'/iMjf| Rfir;. !.ciltatit/' /; .. ...
which should L; .. .. ?
4 !have growing been trees left* to take their r .. I Gu; ,'r iltci'('I'IIJ"t'" .(ju ltlli'J(111 1 lie; llc.and Ih' 'k'd' i IIttnltt1f'I.r;.\. ,''rl J'II\:1': '"' 1 w<

r.r place in the future of the great ., .ISehcJulltt.l llirtneiItefing! )) I';I.an: MuntII4 N r ."r .1 'i b'J ,r.
forests for the use of man:
birds and game have been *Are You Concerned That The Formers Problems Will "Get Lost In The

ruthlessly destroyed in the Shuffle" Of Big State Government?
mating season: and fish *
.
; Bill Hester 1.1!
the
wantonly dynamited by

rg thousands." have JUDGE Uilli \ lijckrouiiit SIIQIII'IOwll |I.i\\iit<.r bud IL.rJ;. Uorl.\ I Feel *'
'The American people '"
t 'r lusted their inherited wealthof 'T. I Ilti\c;I \ Common Bond \l\itli\ licKannert III 'Diis "District.( I I1'.lIlcrslallll

mine, forest and stream for I The Importance: (f'lhe l-.irin I 11111 Un The I Suie's !-CIIII-: )If

ORIE WIGGINS more than have a century, and only face A.YAWN OMIViul Th. l Of The Nation! fly Karncsllv T..IIilll.hl. l \Uorkiniitli \ ;
recently they come .
to face with the fact that If this \ ton \t Home In Ilisirict) 25. 'l I Kill\\ Bel hlc To I KflVetMch: .
TO) TIIK: \Work\ .
!great country of ours Is to l'orou In I'aIIPubl.a'e'AAr.
continue to be a land of plenty
Starke City Council we must conserve our birthright ('I1CC1Fl'I ,II l 11t.1')( : CIWll'; i' II / You Concerned About The Quality Of The Educational OpportunitiesOf

If we draw from the Our Children?
(CUOl; ('P I national bank of our national Sill Hester lal '

I Itt resources only just as much as A Yote for Yawn Is A Vote for ) -
S :I'TE:IBEI 12. 1972KOR will provide for our comforts \.. 'I lie Tuther' Of l'uiii Ilauhlcr') \ml The llushaml Of \
we can enjoy the blessings of a 20 Years Judicial Exp.rl.nce. >
j happy life and still leave Former :School; Teacher \With\ light tears I Kxperietiec In 'I he. I'nhlie

ample wealth for those who ) Sehools! Of This. Suite. I See Thc Need I I'or.ml \Will\ \ J.lIruu..lor \

) are to come after us"_ There' [io Substitute For j Experience ) \\ !. To Increase. The (Quality (Of KJiieatinnal (
) TilE: p\sr" io 1 I E:IRS i nvu: SKRXKIISMHK I If( sounds like that same (Opportunities
.\ COIACII.MVN.: : nl'RIM(; TillSI'EIUOn old song of doomsday coming. ) 'I I'hnrughout'I'hc( I'istrlct.1"' :
: ( ) I II UK: \nORKKU\() FOR TIIK: I IN- take heart that it was: written Paid' fur by Comnulan. .,,"..1t.. T. .\.,\'",," 'Mul I.i-rt E, Firth Tr-...) 'J'.I.! "',,1. A.|".> '
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CAPABLE will 25.: 1972 take at her Jacksonville basic training and at I EngineersGAS

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M..s Drew was sworn
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deluxe Here's desserts a unIque: way to continue Scone the fine CobblerHere's Southern tradItion of Bradford FFA Chapter 2nd In Forestry ContestSt.

combine a rich i scone crust with a spicy peach -

Peachy Scone Cobbler Is as easy to make as It Is good to eat r rN r
Enriched!: self.rlslng During the 15 each to FF\ Chaptersfor at the
flour cuts mIxIng and measuring steps be. years St. Regis year recently annual convention M.G. Rawls, Southern Tim-
cause In the salt and leavenIng have been preblendBd Into the flour r has sponsored the statewide outstanding management of the Florida Vocational berlands Division manager for
Just-rlght proportions for contest the has and educational use of the forest Agriculture Teachers
perfect bakIng. company' provided Association St. Regis said the winning forestry -
you prefer qulckly.mlxed scone dough Into 4 more than $8.000 In cash assigned to their schools by St. : In Miami. Prizes are presented programs were selected
or If Into six IndIvidual oven.proof serving dishes.pan prizes to FFA Chapters In Regis, the Florida Division of each year to the teachers from more than 60 eligible
Florida to be used to further Forestry and other timberland In behalf of the winning school forest projects throughout -
I'KAUIY: SCONE secondary education. managers.The FFA chapter which they serveas the state from Lake Meado
COBBLER
The awards are presented awards were announced advisers. to Pensacola.
6 to 8 servings
2 cups enriched! x'It-rlning 1/4 to 1/2 cup milk --- -----
flours - - -
1 can U lb II Oil.) peach
1/4 cup auger
1/3 cup shortening lit teaspoon pie filling ginger Vole For And Elect
1 egg beaten
Sour cream
Stir together flour and 8UKar- Cut In shortening until mix- j
ture resembles TBr8e crumbs Combine egg and 1/4 cup milk. A
Add liquid all rn JIMMIECLARK
once to Hour mixture, stirring until flour Is
rnol8t n d If
necessary blond in
more milk to make a soft dough.
Turn onto lightly (floured surface and "Some men ran'l tell the
knead gently 30 seconds. w
Press Into ungreased Inch pie pan. Flute edge. Combine filling ,St. Regis forester Jim Doescher, (left), Florida Agriculture difference between working '
and ginger; pour Into steam end ["YOURlSHERIFF
pie. Bake In preheated 37S- oven 3S to up generating a I I
40 minutes, or until done Cool. Serve with sour cream. Education Suporvitor F. D. McCormick, (middle) fog."
Spoon flour into dry measuring cup; level. Do not scoop. and Bradford County High School Agriculture teach,,
David B. Smith (right) survey Bradford Future Farmer
of America chapter's award wlnnlna school foret. gramaBHBRKs lw

11/," "Jll' '. BBH
;" Bradford County's; Future First place winner of the for- The kudsoN PRICE will Of Bradford County
}'JI1/1"I//: r s y. J Farmtirs of America Chapter' est maiagment: contest was Baker MAkE tEEl
!
1&. ill, \ ( placed second In a statewide County; High School FFA you Good .
I ). _"\ \ forestry contest sponsored by Chapter, which received a $250 r' -.r y Ar A Native Of Bradford County Born And Railed In Brooker Married To The Former
: the St. Regis Co. In cash award.
J.I Riper Linda McRoe
Daughter Of
r' .l "If which over 60 foresters were Tate High School In Pensaco- tl 1 fi if Russell And Eula McRae. A Family Man With Four Sons.
eligible. la, placed third with $75 In awards Member of Masonic Lodge No. 189 '.<
I "One Rood place I to Mudynrlrnt A $100 cash award was presented ; Baldwin came In fourth .:=, Z.Y3""' .........;. :I/111101.C...S'...
l history Is In the doe- Suwannee County '''''"'
to the Bradford The
Chapter with $50. .. '
torn. waiting room." from the sponsoring St. Regis Chanter In Live Oak wort fifth .. 03' .!i4* !9.sp1 > Qualifications:
F i
Paper Company.: place receiving a $50 award. .;.. ---:- .

*, .3 9 ..i i"ITT '*"
I ._ raihuie Of KloriiKi' Highway Patrol Training Academy.

Lets Go Boclutq! _,.- .''*>:.,, ,Si!.!. -:.;:',ro *' Graduate Of Two Hundred (Hour La>\'' Enforcement( Training.;
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home ;:: %-.l; -- Former Radio
'3" !I.<>> .. :' Operatornd Jailor Of) Bradford Count).
*
-- '- Former State
Trooper.
See Bill Gardner STARKE d : -m I Former Starke Policeman.

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HEIGHTSPHONE ; ROM MAPS 24 Hour A Day Protection. Which Means A Deputy On Duty Around The Clock To
liteningpleasure ] 47f : .: .. '. read. III.I' N IT'S pu TTy obvious kN'T iT? Protect Life And
Wh'n iii h lug ,1 tu |1' Your Property.
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Calls
91"Mu. 1x II.' 5.A.I'A{ WILL Be Answered Promptly And Professionally.
'im.i, ion mid 10'1,I ton knnu. ulitil. InlMtl 'j>, .I "ter."...1.''' II.. lu., '., v.ln". ..,,...... Will A
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II lit' l"i. ih.iiiii. nsul, ln JMIMIlll Ne.el .I:,fl.*.:'mr: ..:0. To Organize A Jr. Deputy Program To Teach Our Ycuth A Better Understanding Of Law
'K') ttil Htnt, UIII. *lift'114 or| fHl.lUt| ; Enforcement, Basic Fundamentals, And Combat The Problems That Face
.. IHUII' ,h"nlil IK mini' """ili.n' Huh Drug Our
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Bishop supported it.

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He might have correlated thai
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Hospital somehow with the law" said
Robbery. e e (From Pag 1)) I Hutchins.

(From Page 1))
FORGET over and spoke to Alexanderand where police investigating Deputy Moore thinks that the
he spoke back. the scene and told them that he close relationship, between the
til 7 a. m. Monday."I Then Hutchins got In his car thought he had talked to the four departments of law helped
AUGUST IS TilE realize this Is cutting It and backed out some and saw suspect before he robbed the them get the subject Just five Pi.l o.. You For and
Just as thin as It can possiblebe that the subject's car had a store. hours after he made the robbery -
LAST MONTH TO cut" Commission Chairman 45 tag and started to get out Hutchins was taken to the The four departments Elect Your Friend and
Robert said then suggested a and give the man a political Jail where he picked Alexan- were the Star he Police Bradford
FERTILIZE AZALEAS method by which tht one mill's card but was too tired and er's picture out of 15 photos and Union County Sher NeighborR.
financing could be made work. tl X.ids went on home. showed and was told Alexander ups Departments and the Region -
AND CAMELLIASFOR Roberta suggested cutting the Early Wednesday morning was in Jail in Union County. Two taw EnforcementBureau. II. (RUSSELL)
three-doctor office complex to Hutching was eating breakfast .
LARGER BLOOMS a complex for two doctors at the Branding Iron Restau- "I might have saved that fellow The man used a small caliber GREEN Jr.
PLANTS which he said would save a rant and heard that the Jack- a prison sentence If I'd hand gun during the rob-
AND HEALTHY third or $56.000 of that portion son Mlnlt Market had been had greeted him and told himI bery and witnesses saw him put
of construction. robbed.He was running for the county ,the gun in the car while*leaving TO COUNTY COMMISSION
Clean Ctot,.r Pellets Borrowing the construction then went to the store Judge and handed him a card. .
for Shrubs and Lawns funds, Instead of bonding would DISTRICT 5
save $10,000 !In fiscal and attorney I
fees he suggested. r--------.w .ww .www wwwwwwwww-. ---- -www+
511----.95 From $339,000 In local funds
needed, that made a deductionof 1 I II ,
10 Ib. 1.59 $69,000. plus an addition of a I
$20,000 (which Roberta termed ti "rrrarf II
25 I12.58 conservative) In expected f I IEAThktiI I II
Emergency Medical Care funds .,
50 I16.29 cut the $339.000 back to $250- I
000 In construction funds need-
ed. That amount could be financed I II I

6-6-6% year. Roberta with about estimated.$31,000 Sub-per E--- ,

Organic 50 .Ib. tracting $31.000 debt service I I
from the one mill or $53,584. .
that left over $24,000 to be P'.r ... I I II
1.89 applied to the hospital's opera-
tion In the coming year, cov- Mr*. S Uto Thomas demonstrate us. of the electric ,
ering the actual cash deficit ex- pencil engraver used In Operation Identification. I

pected.Hospital officials by their I II,

NerSpectlacldti comments, didn't agree entirely L LI
with Roberts' figures, but I
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neither did they refute them Operation ID \
too strongly. I
"We're five years late. This II
situation should never have occurred I I II

Member, said Bill Dodd Hospital referring Board Can Cut Thefts 1I I II

ton to the physician shortage and I
decal on outside doors warning -
lack of expanded and modern Residents may borrow an engraving -
......-- ized hospital 'facilities to attract Instrument from the potential thieves about their I JF-I-N-A-L WEEK I
precautions
doctors. Bradford Sheriffs Departmentto
new
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1111. method has been effective
:'!l-- -- "Anything to make us more permanently mark items I
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'-- --' competitive will help," said most often stolen from residential
Art London I another hospital premises as the county have employed the system I II I
board member. begins Operation Identification. Deputy Dempsey says. Last Chance A t This Price I II
SPKCTRACIDKIS : ) "It's like Industry, we must Home theft protection can be The sheriff's department I II

MIAZNON) do things unheard of to get Increased effectively, says Deputy gests engraving number near a driver's the serial license I I
Sheriff John
Commission Dempsey by
doctors said
CONTROLS() () MANY Chairman Roberta. Still push- residents who will take the number on all such Items a* -:: I
adding machines appliances
INCLUDING ing the one mill limit at the trouble to engrave their driv -= 1"'A" .. '
INSECTS check .
Roberts er's license number or other bicycles protectors --- '. 1r- ,
hospital board repeated 1] "
: "This Is a start. It identifying marks on Items fishing equipment cameras << \" ...:.)' -
ROACHES5a.1.87 :- --
Jewelry musical Instruments > :: ". '
will get us off the ground. most often stolen from homes guns. -" : .' .,It C1' :. .:...a.\ 11m
projectors enlargers "
Maybe the next step can be The idea came from the City ";; .
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even better." Next time there of Jacksonville where Opera- power tools radios sporting n- ..\.a.\", _l.'._-
tion Identification goods, televisions and typewriters :t'l.t": '. \ j i" .' ..
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will be evidence whether or began some I if1 \ \ I
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the items the sheriff'soffice ,.. ,
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time "
Pt.3.77 not expanded facilities can at- ago. r\\Y. \, Iii. -.1.\ \' '\'. !' -
has determined
are most \I ,.
he Five electric pencil engravers A. n _1. ,, \ -- ,
tract doctors added. t .. .\ --
often stolen ". ,. :- .a.rx'w" : _
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Qt.---6.77 "Mr. Chairman, I concur with are now at the Sheriffs "Any item you consider val '""" ...\:- \ '" .,\ ,. ........
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Office and be .. ."
you. stated Hospital Board can signed out : \" ''to'' .. ......, .
uable should be marked "
Chairman George Sttuford, giving by any resident on a 48-hour a ma 1, :I\:'\!:".I t'Is.. 'fij.. ; .' 10. ., .. .'.
basis. Residents Dempsey says. By marking valuable ,, ,, # : \ ,. .. .A. \ :tj I
using the .. '
board's t
the hospital con- sys \1' \ oet\l\ \ :
Items and list U"
keeping -
a .
5% SEtflii cession. "We'll try It,"George tem are asked to engrave each which can be turned over to '! "" .7iW f'll, ,
item 5
Shuford stated.Commission. they own which is subject ,m
police In case of theft residents : i]
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Chairman Ro- to theft and then place a will enhance chances.of ) : V'd'' ; t I II II
Dust For berts then said the agreementwas lm R
on the assumption the commission recovering property.; I ;I" "Ii' {. I
The electric
engravers per-
FLEAS: & TICKSOn the hospital will borrow board the cannot.moneyIf Land Sales manently engraves writes and I Queen Size ( )\-' t ...:....J.' ,. .1'< ( ''kZ(: 1I 1-' I
monograms on Just about any :I\ ''''' r
Animals And Then followed a lengthy whispering From Reg. ..... .. .. ,
() session the commissioners ( Page 1)) material Including wood metals I 249.95 ,,11 (
by '
I Kxcellent; VegetableDust as Chairman Roberts ''n..lo,.Dowling,of Hamptonfor objects., plastic.The peneltm.lllts..200'.trokes glass, and other'' I SALE 199.95 sat '!( 1 l '1 ; I'I
sold that point Ms board
to ;
own
a parcel of land in sec. per minute and has a \ 'J oJ tV'S ,
"Say something C:>3ve. Roberta I
Commissioner 31722. super hard tungsten carbide King Size >:
exhorted
finally )
$40,090 to Mr. and Mrs. Jack point. Instruction In Its opera- I <... &( ,
I>: Shuford bro- :
4 lb. Bag. |1.17 ther to Hospital ave Board Chair- H. Underhill from Mr.and Mrs. tion will be given by the sheriffs Reg. 359.95 .1, ,
Edward L. Davis: of Jacksonville office """ I II
man George Shuford. Dive finally I SALE 289.95 set t ; Il Each piece
for a parcel of land in .
or4 / agreed to that Idea although sec. 13-6-21. I __. .... .. Twin or full size I II
he obviously didn't like .. "
Small the commission delving that $4,500 to Mr. and Mrs.James I t-; ':;; :...::. ..01 ......"'"' Mattress or box spring I II

Size deeply! .Into the hospital bard'saftalrs. L. Andrews from Mr. and I L .. .. ::1 __ ;;0;;; = INNERSPRINGQueen I
Mrs. Britt Alvarez of Starke ....... .
Earlier Auditor Crlppen opened for a parcel of land on Eu- Jacksonville ........... ... ...- .. ''to .. 1 1I
the .. .
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meeting by .
saying clid Street. ..A' ... lJo.- ', "" _.II' : -- .
ky1c the Florida Bank at Starke $80,000 to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence -- ",, .\.. ... I Ig
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the best
1.77 appears source to borrow W. Letter from Mr. and ati U'fffiit OO __

t would needed.the be Crippen$339.000 loaned said at In 5-1/2 local the money funds per- 21-6-20.Mrs.for W.F.a parcel Andrews of land of Brooker in sec.- Business I \\i *Qn ;S" f"' : ; i( 00 I


cent Interest If the hospital $16,166 to Starke First ... ... '
Inc. i I
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senass .rrt qualifies for a tax free status ; ,
from ..
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to Mr. and
Mrs Marvin
DirectoryAuto [
Size .
Large or 7-1/2 percent If it does E. Carlson of Starke for a par- ): -" ... ,VI 'ItJ.. Ji I
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not. board Is
+ hospital limited '. (
cel of land on Water and Laura : : .I. \' ...
by Its charter to paying \ (
a Streets. ( I
3.57 six per cent Interest rate there-. $6,000 to Mr.and Mrs.James Sales and Service Reg. $300 ) .. ) tV ._ ";.. .ls 1 i !fI
by raising a question to W. Rowe from Ptaul D. Curry I
whether It can borrow the nec- of Jacksonville for a parcel of Parrish Motors SALE 239.95 set ) .to # '
funds. 1
essary land in sec. 27-6-21. 1 1I .
$31,160 to Longchamp Homes ; 5 I
I
Size 6
CountyBudget Inc. from Donald R. Brown !ALES King 1 (
William Henry Handle and Bob SERVICE VOL'-'Q Reg. $400SALE I II
by Wayne PARTS
Hardle of Jackson-
r pants ville for a parcel of land on I 329.95 set '. Each piece I Ir'll

LS-30], Always Good Vied Curs, ..J> ToN'r' "r t tjt' s'zeMan.era I
(From Page. 1)r ) $32,000 to Mr. and :Mrs J.C, I'
Sawyer from Mr.and Mrs.W.T, ell Lairs St. Ph. 356-5(54 I or box spring I
County road employees also
;
Jackson Jr. of Starke for 3.- """"" ,
received a five per cent pay 23 acres In sec. 26622. AUTO ELECTRIC

Increase.The: !. $7,000 to Eloise Monelta Wil INNERSPRING or 6" FOAM RUBBER :
fine and forfeiture fund Is llama PEAVY Brothers
from
Mr. and Mri.Ro up five per cent plus Sheriff W. Lanier of Jacksomllle 'for Foam rubber sold In sets
P. D. Reddish' budget is Electric Co.
up two lots In Sampson Lake ,
five per cent, $6,225 over the Stores.
$146,465 he had last jear. $9.500 to:Mr.and:Mrs.George Alternators StorterlConerotors I Firm back
"Extra to
The budget Is alreadya month: C. ,Snelgrove from Clara B. Regulators snbbort} your
SentryIug later than usual In Its final Larso of Tallahassee for 40 AUTO ---- TRUCK ___ ,,1 '
) Or Cat preparation. Due to the uncer- acres In ': .
24-8-22. ,
bin financing of the new court sec. DIESEL I :r, You will recognize this famous national brand that has been adver- .

Collar and system Clerk Brown asked and 4344:) Lenox Av. Jan. 1 1; tised In LIFE and other leading magazines. This Is a once-in-a-life- '.
received .a months: extension.The "
387.2528 t time sale of current 1972 that will be It is
Flea Tags commission will consi- Cars CrashA I bedding never repeated.
der the budget for final appro- PIANOS .': on sale in Florida only. /: '.
;
( vat at Its September meeting /
Reg. 1. IS 1.47 IntersectionTwo .
after its advertisement, ail required YAMAHA PIANOS j Limited Time Only Quantities limited ;
VICTOR by law this week In CONN and KIMBALLORAANS ,
.97 the Telegraph. persons escaped Injury Ina
DOG) COLL.\RS crash a car I
driven by Rev Yates Warren II I
I
KIdd pastor of the Starke
SALE Church of Cod, ran through a I

rreiouslPriced Starke stop light Police, according Department.to the : MALONE GOLD LABEL FIRM


\t 109,95 Kldd's 1969 Rambler was_-
drS8" vellng west at 15 mph on Call : Regular 69.95-0n Sale 49.95
h. p Street when It collided with a _
1968 Oldsmobile driven by Leslie KIMBALL: "SWINGER"ORGANS I I II

BriggsWhile Gordon Johnson Starke at : King Size 319,93 Set t Queen Size 159,95 Set
the Intersection of Water and Roosevelt M.ll-388-851* I .
Engirt Call Street, according to Patrolman
ScottjRhoden.; I 1t I

They Damages to the front of the FURNITURE .I
21'cut I _
Last VRV Rambler were estimated at
$150 and to the side of Johnson's FURNITURE
Oldsmobile at $300. :Michael AT DBCOUN1 ; :. Denmark Furniture Co. Of Sur y

Wayne Rhoden.Starke witnessed I OuTF '
the accident. Complete II

.. to.IDA Rv. Kldd was charged with HouteholJ I
running a red light and causing Furnishings! .
.e 1ST an accident.
Up To 40\ Savings I

..0 ONTZ04.SJUlA Beaky! Chair Co. I II II
.._ Oh, well the sidewalks 1I
GARDEN CENTER should be fairly clear what 649 Cotton .1 1 Block I FLORIDA.DON" .
with crime In the streets and From 1.10 134'W. CALL ST. PHONE 964.5827 STARKE
Open,All Day' WeJnetJqyPage politics: In the gutter. I I
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Vol, 94 No. 4 2nd Section August 24, 1972



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"I am very happy kins returning from last year Luther Wayne Norman, and
where they played at the same Charles Crawford, who are all
the
with praotioe
way position. showing Improvement.
has been going dur- Backup men for Gasktns and At the present time the best
ing the first week," Barber are Bobby Dyal, Carl depth position on the team 1*

,said Head Tornado at guardwhere Dennis Crawfordand
Cary Melvin will play with
David Hurse. 2 New good experience. Wayne Iambus -
and Chuck Nortonare com-
The grldders have a great ing strong as back up men for
5 attitude and worked extremely -
Coaches the guard spot.
hard during the first week.
"They reported back from Steve Register Is the first
summer In good condition: and string center at the present
our passing game has already; Heading time but must continue to Improve R.c.lv.r Donald Lop.r lots the ball slip through
Improved from spring practice to nail down the spot. his hands while defensive back Billy Bigham com.t up
," commented Hurse. Lambus Is playing at guard to grap It during scrimmage practices Tuesday.
"We lost some good players JV TeamTwo and center psotions and could
that did not come out and they give Register some pressure.
will be felt, but we still feel The general' defense is ahead
like we have a real fine ball coaches lead- of the offense In practice: so
new are
club and Just losta little depth," Ing the Bradford High Juniorvarsity far, said Hurse. "We have a Blanding Only
stated Coach Hurse. "
veteran crew defensively
football this
team
Ends Gray Flynn, Wayne Tet- year.
Coach Keith Steele and Bob The only player learning a
Lake Butler Quarterback Dal. Green has plenty of time to throw the ball to his receiver Bigham stone, Terry have been Hayes catching and Billy the Reynolds will head the 53 play- new spot on defense Is Cray Permit RequiredHunters
due to good past blocking.Tiger ball real well.Quarterback. ers out for JV football this Flynn monster. Gray Is showing -
Eddie Hazen has season great Improvement at the
Steele is from Mississippiwhere llnebacklng spot.
been very sharp In throwingthe he planning to hunt In ly on week-ends, the quality of
was an assistant varsity "
"Looks
ball and Is hitting his tar- tough, replied line
coach. He will lead the coach Mike Sexton after. the Camp Blanding Wildlife the hunting experience has seriously -
: being
Gridders gets well
backs Management Area during the declined.
Making Ronnie Hall la the back: up Reynolds here is from Englewood asked how Ms defense was do 1972-73 hunting season will haveto
quarterback and has shown good High School In Jacksonville and ing.At purchase a special: "Bland- "It's difficult to enjoy a day
Improvement In running the will direct the line for BUS. the linebacker position, Ing Only" permit from the in the deer woods when there
Outstanding Progress"Our team but still needs to work hard The team will try to get Dennis Crawford and Vernon Game and Fresh Water fish is tile constant threat of being -
at his passing, I said Hurse. Into pads by (the end of the Barber will be playing there Commission In Lake City. run over at any momentby
Running backs Malachi Henry week and will practice where they did last year, giving a so-called hunter's high
everydayfrom
progress last week was and Brad Carter look quickerand 5 to 7 that spot good experience. Hunters will also face a rise speed attempt to get ahead of
outstanding and some of the "This year wo will have one 'i fte rest of the season is as more sure of themselves "We are p.m.new here and will Wayne Lambus and Early Chan- In the regular wildlife management someone's dogs," Brantly said.
younger grldders have been of the most promising lines follows; Sept. 22-Chlefland, at than last year, which will bea have to find out who dler will back up the linebackers. area permit from$S to$10
making progress" said Union that we've had in a long time" home; Sept. 29- Cross: City: great asset to the team,Hurse count on and who Is best we for can Lambus is back from last which is required with license The special permit will be
Tiger Head Football Coach said Roberta. "With the help away; Oct.6 West Nassau,way; added. Tim Crews and Keith the right spot," said Coach year and Chandler is up a and the special permit to get available by mall from the
Charlie Roberta. of James Lace" we will be toughon Oct. 20 Newberry away; Oct. Tetstone also have looked very Steele year early from the JV. In Blanding to hunt. Commission's lake City office
"The lettermen from last the line. 27-Interlachen, home; Nov. 3- good at the running !back positions If this In mid-September or from the
The Tigers will taste their PK Young, home Nov. 10- Wil- and running the ball. we keep many boys "All four are doing a reaTgood According to Major RobertM.
real ; Came and Fresh Water Fish
year are coming along first bite out wo plan to have a ninth said Coach
of competition this Job, Sexton.
Hal Edwards Is
well also," commented Ro- liston away; Nov 17 Baldwln-a- Newcomer and tenth grade scrimmagegame : Brantly, Northeast Regional Commission checking stationsat
berta. year starting with theJamborlein way; and Santa Feaway Nov.22. showing steady Improvement In said Manager for the Commission, Blanding during open season
Rlchard Yarborough, a junior Williston Sept. 8. Thirty boys are out for the the receiving department. Boys who Steele.will be In the ninthor "I was well pleased with the this permit requirement ha sbeen In order to expedite entry to the
weighing 185 pounds Is one Lake Butler opens Its regular Lake Butler Tiger's Junior var- On the offensive line the tackle tenth grade can still come early drills defensively. Got Imposed on the Blanding area area Brantly urged hunters to
of the outstanding young play- their season home against field September Hawthorne 15.at Islty, Team which Is expectedto situation looks good with out for football and are eligible over some the boys summer that gained which makes weight in an attempt to reduce the obtain the permit prior to huntIng -
ers out. He plays at the full- have a good season. Vernon Barber and Randy Gas- until school starts. them hunter population on this season.
stronger overall but with
back position and also at defensive popular North Florida hunting
back.: The games and dates are the same quickness: that we area Brantly said In the past
listed. Sept. 21 Eastside had last season," said Sex- few hunter Last during the hunters
Two surprising young grld seasons pressure on year
dare are out this fall, accord- Hurner Henderson Moving home; Sept. 28, Orange R rk, the area had Increased: to a season over 35,000 hunter were
Ing to Coach RobertsareAbra- home Oct. 5, Buchholz.! home; ton."I point that Is detrimental to In Camp Blanding. The per-
bam Perry and (Gurtiss; 'Sir- Oct. 12, Palatka. away; Oct. 19, feel that quickness Is our maintaining the desired deer mit Is supposed to eliminate
mans. Perry, a 175 pounder, j41.el1J: KH G riidderssed Green .Cove, home; Oct. 26, biggest/ asset defensively but population level.. many. persons who hunt In
.. Qr when we put seven men on the
I ,will, be J playing at a.runhing"Duck ,. .. r Live Oik.away; Nov. 2, Buch-. Blanding only occasionally and
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, position along;with Sir-" holz, away and Nov 6 Is to line we're gonna strike a lick, Additionally due to the large will not buy a $10 "Blanding
I' mans who weighs 153. With pmcilce nearing the end Byrd, Todd Brannen,-Jim Kuy. about the physical condition be filled at home said Sexton. numbers of hunters,particular- Only" permit.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.
Two sophomores back for of two weeks, offense seems to kendahl and Tom Struby have _of his grldders. .
football are Randall Blvensand be the highlight of the Keystone been hustlers through the first "its made our practice sessions *
David Brannon who Coach Ro- Heights football team. few practice sessions. Struby much more productive,';;
berts thinks has Improved very With two outstanding quarter has been a pleasant addition to Bayless said.
much from last year. backs In Bobby Hurner and Robin this year's squad. Transfer- The KeystoneJV team reports Personal From
Two transfers from other Henderson, the first six ring from Jacksonville Raines for practice at 5:30: p.m. Monday A Message
schools will help the Tigers, practice sessions have centered High School, he Is expected to Aug. 28, In the school gym.
I this year, according: to Roberts. around moving the ball. Fleet- see plenty of action In his first Coach Jimmy Wlldt has requested -
I They are Bryon Newsome, 5'11 footed and strong-armed, both year at Keystone. that all boys InterestedIn In
I and 173 pounds from Gainesville quarterbacks arefirst-teamors Hurner, Henderson and Bobby playing this year report at JENNINGSSTARLING
I High School and Steve Casoru according to Indian Coach. Roy Grayson have been showing that time.GM. .
Cason will play at line backer. Bayless. hustle In the !backfield reports
Two lettermen back this year Emphasis on the offense, Bayless. However, the head
and Improved are Johnny Woodsat which might produce 24-30 coach Is also quick point out Players n
the tackle postlon weighing passes a game this fall, according :- that the entire team has shown '
212 pounds and Cyrwln Clyett to Bayless, IsalsokeyIng excellent spirit and hustle at
also at the tackle spot weighing on some quick and alert every practice session. Bay- Picked UpI
I 175 pounds.\ lineman. Interior linemen Steve less has beenpartlcularlypleaREDUCTIONS-
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I Selected to play on the winning

H FIXAL I I after district their slow team pitch,the Softball local Green team People Of Bradford County '

Machine lost out, John Watson
ON .I and Marcus Rhoden were"picked -
up" to play on the winning MY PLEDGE TO YOU THF. PEOPLE OF
I Satellite Beach Longhorn team. As I Offer My Candidacy For The Highest Law En- BRADFORD COUNTY:

Under American Softball As- forc.m.nt Office In Bradford County, ThatOf Sheriff, To Serve All The People Fairly And Courteously,
I I socladon I Felt That' It Was A Necessity And An Obligation I On
Air Conditioners rules two players can
No Matter Th. Community Or Section In Which You Live
be picked up by a winning tournament My Part To Let Each Of You Know And To Hav. A
i team to strengthen it Fuller Understanding Of My Candidacy. Also To With The Same Type Of Law Enforcement. To Have

for the next step up the ladder. Know My Personal Background, Family, Professional Courteous, Capable And Qualified Employeev No Matter

i Floor Models DemonstratorsOnoOffAKind i Both Lake Watson and Rhoden, from, from KIngsley Mac- Qualification And Who, What And Where I Stand. The Position, Deputy, Jailer Or Secretary. EmployeesWhich

clenny, played last weekend as Will Be Responsive To The NV<*. Of The People
the Longhorns won the State After Careful Consideration And A Great Deal Of Who They Will Serve.

I, Pitch Softball title, defending Encouragement From Neighbors, And From My Many
the title they won last To Work And Cooperate With Other Law Enforcement
yearIn Friends Throughout Bradford County, I Made The
Sla rke. Agencies, Local, State And National Levels I To Solve I
CARRIER GENERAL ELECTRIC Decision I I To Enter This Race.
The Longhorns plus Watson And Reduce Crime And Maintain For You The Type Of

and Rhoden, will fly to Milton, I Was Born Two Miles South Of Breaker In Alachua Law Enforcement You Can Take Pride In.

WESTINGHOUSEAll 25)Florida morning tomorrow to participate(Friday A ug in. County And Have Lived In Graham For The Past 28 To Work With The Young People In This County So

the Regional 1 and 2 tourna Years. I Am' Married To The Former Merle Odom Of That They May Have A Better Understanding And Relationship

New All Fully Guaranteed ment. If the Longhorns win Branford. We Have One Daughter Diane, And Two Toward Law Enforcement. To Let Them Know

three second straight place, there, or take a .Sons, Eddie And Mike. Our Youngest Son Mike Now That We Are Concerned And Core About Their Problems.
they will to the
World Championship Tournament 11, Will Attend Bradford Middle School In Stark. To Gain Their Confidence.

5,000 B.T.U. Demonstrator - $ 75.00 In Jacksonville. Next Year. We Are Members Of The Graham Baptist And I Pledge To Save The Tax Payers Dollars By
First game; In the regional Church.
Running The Sheriff's Office Economically. First By

5,000 B.T.U. Beautiful, Deluxe - 126.00 will tournament start at for 9:30: the p.m.Longhorns Friday Being A Working Sheriff, On The Job Day Or Night.
against Callahan Realty from MY PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS AND My Past And Present Business Experience Will Enable

15,000 B.T.U. Deluxe----------- 265.00 Jacksonville EXPERIENCE ARE: Me To Eliminate All Unnecessary Expenditures, With

I An A Rraduote Alachua High School, Out Enger Out Endangering Quantity Or Quality Of Law.

18,000, B.T.U. Custom - - 243.00 Jaycees SetPolitical Graduate Florida Highway Patrol Training Academy Enforcement. And By Th. Use Of Good Common Knowledge.,
t I Served Two And One-Half Years As A Florida
Given The Opportunity To Serve As Your. Sheriff I
22,500 B.T.U..Deluxe-------- 333.00 State Trooper, Was A Bonded Deputy Sheriff Of Will
RallyA Guarantee That Your Voice Will Be Heard And Your
Aldchua County, A Farmer, And Presently In Needs met. I Will Always Have An Open Door For You.

24,000 B.T.U. Custom 335.00 Business As A Heavy Equipment Contractor. The Office Of Sheriff Must Be Impartial. I. Am Not
- - political rally for all can-
And..Work.I .
1 dldates Invited to make a five And I Have A Willingness To Learn Associated With Or Cater To Any Special Group Or

minute speech Is scheduled In I Believe I Am Qualified, Experienced And Capable Organization. I Will Only Be Responsible To You The Voter
Many Unadvertised Models At Starke starting at 5 pjn. on To Run The Important Office Of Sheriff.
September 2.Sponsored. My Record Is Open To You The Voter For Inspection I Resp.ctfully Ask You To': Examine Carefully My
I the Starke Jaycees -
Fantastic Savings the rally by Is In addition to At All Times. Qualifications, My Willingness To Work, Learn And Serve
those sponsored by the Bradford You As Your Sheriff..
County; Democratic Com-
SAWYERSLADE AIR CONDITIONING mittee. Your Vote And For Sheriff Will
.
The Jaycee rally Is set at JENNINGS STARLING
Westelde Softball Field on Support For Be
322 Appreciatedft
WEST MADISON ST.
PHONE 964.7701wwww Brownlee Road. Refreshmentswill (Pd. Pol. Ad,.)
be available. I[ AA A AA A A A AA *

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Government Employs One In Five


(FPR.Government muptoyees were listed as employed- full or cent, according to state labor NO., ---- NONPARTISAN BALLOT FOR INITIALS OF
In Florida number MM part time by federal, state and report, pointed out Ronald 8. .' ISSUING ,,
out of every five wage and local governments, the Slat Spencer, Jr.. Executive Vic JUDICIAL OFFICERS OFFICER (
alary. earner In the state, the Chamber reports. President of the State Chamber. ... ', .
Florida State Chamber of While private employment In The largest government ."
Commerce hat reported. Florida' was Increasing three employment was In public Signature .of Elector. STUB NO. 1 1eatl3 'I
Of the 2 and per cent from October 170 to education, last M 152.210 -
-
year .
reported - - -- - -
alary workers In the October I.72. government persons were employed full. lQst10RNO ![ )
State for last Ocotber, 423,_ employment Increased: five per time In kindergarten through '
--- ----- .. OF
university educational work a NONPARTISAN BALLOT FOR INITIALS .
40.'" or 37 per cent increase III. ISSUING
over October 1970 totals, the ""'
Review noted. JUDICIAL OFFICERS OFFICER _
.NOTItE Florida gained' 1,243 -'I' ,....."l.
policemen and 157 firemen last .
"
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STUB NO.2. ,
year bringing the total numberof .. ,
police and fire protection - -1IIiIII- - -rP aA'fllI1' [I -' - - -:--

ALL CANDIDATESARE in personnel October.In the state to :23,333 I;,: 'r .'

While Florida ranks ninth In ';\. NONPARTISAN BALLOT FOR ,' :
REQUESTEDTO the nation In population It "r
ranks 11th in the number of "
police personnel and.25th In the JUDICIAL OFFICERS I'::; :':
HAVE THEIR AD number of persons Involved in .c .
fire protection work with approximately ""J.. ..
two policemen and SEPTEMBER 12.1972 .' ,, .;." / {

COPY IN BY FRIDAY NOON persona Spencer for noted.every 1,000 '" BRADFORD COUNTY

According: to U.S. Department .

of Commerce reports,full. PRECINCT NO.___
FOR ISSUE OF AUGUST 31 time employment In stale
government in 1971 Increased '
eight per cent to a total of 77.4M. To vote for a person whose name to printed on the ballot mark a crow IX) 'in the square at the RIGHT of the name of the
This extra time will allow us to give you a bet In local government, six per person. for whom you desire'.. to vote
ter looking and more effective ad. cent to 238.925 and 'In federal '..
clvllaervlce, three cent to
71432. per JUDICIAL Circuit Judge, 8th Judicial Circuit; Judge of County Court

Final Deadline For Ad Copy Justice of the Supreme Court Group 5 Bradford County '

Monday, 5:00 P.M. Questions Group 3 (Vote for one) (Vote for one)


THANK YOU ;:::::!aiid (Vote for one) R. A, GREEN, JR CARL HURST

Answers
RIVERS BUFORD, JR. JAMES L. TOMLINSON PAUL C. HUTCIIINS

BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
JIM H. CARTER ELZIE S. SANDERS

DAVID L. McCAIN Circuit Judge 8th Judicial Circuit .

Group 6

Q. My husband' 67 and Vote for
( one)
Give YourHusband gets monthly social security Judge of the District Court of Appeal

retirement payments. I'm 58 1st Appellate District
and totally disabled. Can I 1 A. Z. "ANDY" ADKINS JR '.
Group
get disability benefits on myhusband's ITYRlE
work record? (Vote for one) HERBERT T. SCHWARTZ ;
V i' A. No. You are not eligi- ,
a New ble to receive a wife's benefit A. BOYER THERON A. YAWN, JR. I
a until you're 62 unless
you have a child in your
DONALD K. CARROLL
Womanfor care who is entitled to cash
payments on your) husband's
S. WERSIIOW
JAMES
work record. But, if you've .
worked long enough and recently ,

enough, you may be . .
eligible for disability bene
ChristmasJoin fits on your own work rec- NO. OFFICIAL PRIMARY :BALLOT INITIALS OF
ord if your disability will ISSUING

Weight' Watchers today. You can be a new you byDecember. keep year you or more.from working fora DEMOCRATIC PARTY OFFICER

Q. My three children, all
under 18, and I get monthly Signature of Elector STUB NO. 1 1rPEx
social I security checks. If ,
SPECIAL RATESSEPTEMBER - -- - - - -
any oldest' daughter works FibRI9k'aU
part time and earns nearly

ONLY: ,, ...,.. 2,000 during the year, does NO. OFFICIAL PRIMARY ALLOT INITIALS OF.
.. : : .
.
: .it, she have to.make an annual '. III 1" .ISSUING ," j. ,lid..

First Meeting $5.00 Totaf" "r! report',cia! security of her earnings-. to so- .f""I"" "'" ....'. .' : ,')DEMOCRATIC PA TY ., ;': ; ,' :'.. : :OFFICER .t',," 'I.,".;.<$?'"''" ,
; !
A. Yes. An annual reportof 11"::' ... .r,. ". r <',r',
earnings is required from i''( '\
STUB NO. 2 (,..
A NOMINAL 3.00 PER WEEK THEREAFTERASK : every social security bene- "A. : ,-
- - - -- -
ficiary who is under 72 and ---CPfiFtUti'l'JlJIJID-:

ABOUT OUR REDUCED RATES FOR has$1,680 earnings in 1972.of The more annual than 'i: : ;t : OFFICIAL PRIMARY ,BALLOT >I ,'" :>,:;>" ,

report is due by April 15 of : ..: .... ,,1.- \ .
II.
Students Senior Citizens And Our the following year. .
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: DEMOCRATIC PARTY .
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AU tort of new opportunities ..". .c '. "
Family PlanSTARKEBradford :t: :. ,
art opening tip for the .,' "
young./ They are discovering, I SEPTEMBER 12.1972 ,
for example, that you/ can be '"
pompous at IS. BRADFORD COUNTY ,
County '
,
473-3154' Keystone Please Vote For and PRECINCT NO...

Recreation Department Elect Your Friend and
Monday 7 p.m. To vote for a person whose name is printed on the ballot mark a cross. (eX) 'in the square at the RIGHT of the name of the
NeighborR. person for whom you desire* to vote. ,

II. (RUSSELL) .'

MI.QHJ.WATCHERS. ZEEH Jr CONGRESSIONAL LEGISLATIVE COUNTY

Representative'in Congress (House of Representatives Sheriff
TO COUNTY COMMISSION
The world's most advanced weight control program. I DISTRICT S Second Congressional District 25th (House District ;I (Vote for one)

(Vote for one)' (Vote for one) .

.. MAXIE CARTER, JR
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DON FUQUA \\\llU.\\ R. IIESTER, JR. ; JIMMIE W. CLARK

It'll take more BILL LOCI\IIART
NATHAN "PETE" SKINNER THOMAS A. CRAWFORD

than wisdom- TIIOU\S J. RIVERS II.''
DOLPH E. REDDISH
money more -for 5TATECommissioner FRANK; \\\llUHIS\
JENNINGS STARLING
his education Florida PublicSen .
ice Commission ;
I i Superintendent Of '

(Vote f of. one) .. Public Instruction
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r. GERALD JERRY" LEWIS : ,h (Vote for one)

.', $
JESS YARBOROUGH THOMAS. L. CASEY. ...
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tyou'd BILL E. COSTELLO
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LEGISLATIVE : 1\ .
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\.1 JIM TEMPLE .
State Senator ':'f ,.. ..1" '. .. {
Fifth Senatorial District ". 1 '1.L'w.:;, ,: +'' :
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; 'Ic' : County CommissionerDistrict
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(Vote for one) .. '; ;Jt'J! .
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W. E. BISHOP :\ t\i .''&\ ;: ; ". ., (Vote for one)
I B.t ;.
So better start saving here, with ,rr'" j

safety plus interest, right now. or BOB SAUNDERS )f t: :' ',,:fAIi ; ." i. R. uRUSSELL" GREEN,'JR..
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next and every paydayl! ., : '"y,./, ... I':
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: :iIf; DAVE PAULK.
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(Vote for one)
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Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.,

ARTHUR IIOLLIDAY .
One of 30 Banfo' of tho.flodda.Naljona) Croup =:
BEN. L. MOXLEY : :

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.+ .. ___ ..-.. ____.....' LEGAL NOTICES __ ...... ..... ..... __e..e_ Avoid Tragedy By Keeping Poison Out Of Child's Reach I


The widespread The labels on most of these more potent and therefore
problem of thoroughly before It is wrappedIn
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF. NOTICE TO CREDITORSYOU TIlE BOARD OF COUNTY accidental poisoning a potential products now carry the warning paper and thrown away. more dangerous and must be

REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT AND EACH OF YOU are COMMISSIONERS OF BRAD- danger In every household,la of keep out of reach of children". Most parents fall to realize stored In a safe place out of

Nottc U hereby given that FLORIDA INANDFOR hereby notified and required to FORD COUNTY FLORIDA special significance to parent Unfortunately young children that some cosmetic productscan reach of children.
the undersigned pursuant to BRADFORD COUNTY CASE present claims and and others cannot read. So it Is Imperative -
demands
WILL ACCEPT APPLICATIONS charged with the care be quite poisonous. These
Chapter 865-09. Florida Sta- which you or any of of young children says a health that these products be Include colognes perfumes
tJte, will register with the 4INREi The Marriage of ETHEL against the Estate of HARRIET FOR CIVIL. DEFENSE education specialist with the stored In locked cabinets or, after-shave lotions and after- Picas Vet For and

Clerk of the Circuit Court In VERNELL GOODMAN Wife and JOAN MILLER deceased, late DIRECTOR FOR BRADFORD Florida Extension Service. at least In places where they bath skin fresheners all of

end for Bradford County Flo- HOMER C.GOODMAN Husband of Bradford County, Florida COUNTY. APPLICATIONSMAY THE Search In and around your cannot be reached by little which contain a high percentage Elect Your Friend and

Ham the fictitious name of NOTICE OF SUITPROPERTYTO within six ((6) months from the BE OBTAINED AT home Including basements and hands. of alcohol. Also nail polish
) General Store underwhich : HOMER C. GOODMAN date of the first publication of OFFICE OF TIlE CLERK THE OF garages to destroy the possibility Cleaning and sanitizing agents removers consist quantities NeighborR.

we are engaged In business Address Unknown this notice to the County CIRCUIT COURT OR AT ; of accidental poisoning are frequently sampled by of solvents that can be quite
at P. O. Drawer A, Hamp YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a Judge's Court for Bradford CIVIL DEFENSE OFFICE. any chemical products that youngsters-laundry detergents toxic. These too should be II. (RUSSELL)

ton. Fla. 32044: Petition for Dissolution Mar County. Florida. Each claim lt-8/24 mieht be swallowed by a toddler dishwashing detergent, bleaches stored In locked compartments,

Arthur Bruno and wife, Bar- riage has been filed against you must" be In writing and must says Miss Elizabeth Mumm. and disinfectants. The detergents out of the reach of children. G2EEH Jr.

bara A. Bruno P. O. Drawer and there laacemandlnth Petition state the place of resfitence IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF These Include medications may range In toxicity For the most part pesticides

A, Hampton Fla. 32044; sole that the Court award that and post office address of the THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT cleaning and sanitizing agents from a mild liquid for washing purchased over the counter and
TO COUNTY
owners certain property owned by you claimant and must be sworn to OF FLORIDA IN AND cosmetics pesticides solventsand dishes by hand to the strong employed Inside the home are COMMISSION

Dated this 3rd day of Augusts and your wife ETHEL VER by the claimant or his agentor FOR BRADFORD COUNTY lighter fluids. alkaline and caustic mixtures not likely to be too toxic. However DISTRICT 5Vote
1972 at Hampton Bradford NELL GOODMAN as tenants attorney or the same will CASE 1428FLORIDA used for washing dishes or laundry those used in gardens are

County Florida. by tho entirety located at be void according to law. SOS, by machine.All .
8/3 4t 8/24 Starke Bradford County; BARNETT BANK OF JACKSONVILLE -' STATE TELEPHONE: whose Attorneys for Plaintiff of these cleaning agentsare
address is 142 West 0.v
Call often stored in places easily .00 -
Florida and more particularly N. A. -
COMPANY a Florida public Street P.O. Box
1088, Starke accessible even to Infants '
By James r The
described: R. Tillman Jr.
utility corporation Plaintiff Florida
,
North half of Northwest Quarter Its Vice President and Trust 32091 and file the original who are only able to crawl. For
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
-vsMICHAEL II. PARIS and with the Clerk of the A
particularly
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME NW of SoutheastQuarter' of Section(Nl/2 Estate Officer of HARRIET As Executor JOAN of the LAURA PARIS his wife Defendants above-styled Court on or before chemicla is lye. used dangerous to open
1/4)
of MILLER
Notice Is hereby given that 3, Township 6 South Range deceased. wise September 25,1972,other- clogged drains. This corrosive t RIGHT TO WORK t tt
the to
undersigned pursuant 21 East lying West of State EDWARD JACKSON NOTICE OF SUIT a judgment may be enter- chemical should not be stored
Chapter 865.09. Florida Statutes Road No. 225 and containing Post Office Box 127 TO: MICHAEL H. PARIS and ed against you for the relief In the home. If it must be
will register with the LAURA PARIS, his wife Route demanded in the Complaint. used it should be
Cocoa purchased t tj
13 less. Florida 32922
acres more or t Elect
Clerk Circuit Court In Witness BILL HESTER
of the to wife ETHEL VER Attorney for Executor. 1 1. Box 36-D, Starke Florida< my hand and the only when needed
and for Bradford County Flo- lour 8/24-4U9/14 32091 seal of said Court on the 21st fic Job. Children shouldbekept
rida the fictitious name of The NE GOODMAN as a lump .' You hereby day of August, 1972.
are nettled out of the room where It Is
sum as alimony and are
you GILBERT HOUSE OF REI'RESE'I'1T11EDEM. : :
Strawberry Patch under whichwe required to serve a copy of NOTICE I will not be respon- that an action has been AS S. BROWN being used. Any remaining t

are engaged In business at your written defenses Zany, sible for any debts made by filed against you and you are CLERK OF SAID COURT lye should be discarded down DIST. 25
153 West, Call St.. Starke Florida to the Petition on the Petition- anyone other than myself. Ken- required to serve a copy of Clerk By: Beulah M, Moody Deputy other drains'and flushed away .

32091. er's attorneys. SHAW ANDKO- neth Loper. 8/24-2tp-8/31 your written KOPELOU- 8/24-4t-9/14 with plenty of water. The con- a.I a.- ...... ---
to It on SHAW \ND tainer
Lenora Swindell and Sherwood PELOUSOS whose address Is should then be rinsed

Swtndoll. RU I Box 172.Lawtey. 142 West Call Street Starke

Fla. 32058; sole owners. Florida 32091 on or before
Dated this 7th day of August September 25, 1972. and file the Sy'par 34yIJ 3 BIG DAYSTHURSDAYFRIDAY
.
1972 Starke.. Bradford County, original 1 with the Clerk of this .
Florida. 8/10 4tp 8/31 Court either before service on 't' ; r-a ...

Petitioner's thereafter attorney;otherwise or Immediately Lllm/w A .l. 1 and SATURDAY

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO a default will be entered a-
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME gainst you for the relief demanded -
Notice Is hereby given that In the Petition.


the undersigned pursuant to This notice shall ba published iiAFf' ;

Chapter 865.09 Florida Statutes once each week for four ((4) : I l lr

will register with the consecutive! weeks In the Brad- e
Clerk of the Circuit Court In ford County Telegraph. I 6.3 % ty
R /
and for Bradford County Florida Dated this 21 day of August "J BELIEVE I !

the fictitious name of: 1972.GILBERT 1
Hampton Water Company under S. BROWN: CLERKOF <' ,
which we are engaged In THE CIRCUIT COURTBy '

business at P. O. Drawer A, : Betty Edwards Deputy THAT .
SAVED
Hampton, Fla. 32044: Clerk \ .
Arthur Bruno and wife Barbara 8/24-4t-9/14 r I ;

A. Bruno P. O. DrawerA _


owners.,Dated Hampton this 3rd Fla.'day 32044 of; sole Au- AUGUST 11, 1972 1 l :I MUCH AT I I :;;:; :::11


gust 1972 at Hampton, Brad- C\LL FOR ELECTIONI

ford County Florida Carl Hurst, Mayor of the I EAGLE FOR 4/15/
8/3 4t 8/24 City of Starke, Florida by virtue -* I : ;
of the authority vested In :i.. !y f I Ik

IN TI1E CIRCUIT COURT OF me by law do hereby call a I Iy

TilE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT First Primary qualified voters '. '.r I BACKTOSCHOOL t
OF FLORIDA IN AND on Tjeschy, September 12, 1972, k
A. D., for the purpose of elect- I I
FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. Ing the following officers 1 l M NIY BATTEAt

CASE #1425 I Carl Hurst Mayor of the I i !II/ iI

vir- i
Starke
ELLEN GREEN TISUXLF.' City of 1"lorlda. by y 215CfpM0U51a
ELSe: GREEN tue of the authority vested In meby \ /
11ENDKIETH.Plaintiff -vs-OSCAR GREEN I law do hereby call a First \ ,- -- -- --- -
Primary Election to be held
ESTHEH: GREEN W1LLIXM5.
RUTH at the Fire Station In the fore- R
AUGUSTA GREEN
M\E COLEV JOHN COLE,ARTHUR said City by qualified voterson Por v T"pY
C01J3! and MARY Tuesday September 12, 1972, EVERY PRICE CUT!
A. D., for the purpose of electIng -
GREEN GRAY Defendants
,
NOTICE OF SUIT FOil PROPEhTY? PAUTI-\ GROUP the following!lONE COUNCILMOJ officers. *.,,,v ...... : : 15cj
TION OF REAL I l
YEARS;; I
U* TIIE NAME: OF TIIESTATE roR'fWU
OF I.'LomDTO : -CROUP3 0.\E COUNCILMAN, **J! \\.r .
FOR TWO YEARS,
TilE I DEFENDANTS ELSIE; .
:
GROUP 5 ONE C OUNCI LM\N: t
GREEN! HENDRtElll: OSCAR FOR TWO YEARS.ORDIN.A : .-/ .
GREEN, ESTHER! GREEN I '

WILLIAMS, AUGUSTA GREEN \ :,
: \; NCi:: NO 23l.u .\ 1 .
HUTII M\E COlEY, JOHN ,
_
COLE. ARTHUR COLE: and, :\ or Jinnee amending-i- I 'I'II
;
cl,> r. k'U'' \i\cle, : ni of said \l '
MARY GREEN GRAY If alive, charter lawa L S
or if dead to his or her unknown -
charter: laws ot the City of
and all other
heirs per-
Starke, Fl)rtda as pertains to
sons or lnrtles chiming by the chief of police City clerk

through under or against them and five councilmen. and ,
pro- I i 222
AND TO: All parties or per- 444
viding for a four-year term of
sons having or claiming any
,
office and submission to the
title Interest In and
right or
electorate: of the said municipality 1
to the following-described real
of said proposed amend-
]
property situated In Bradford ment to Its charter to :be vot- ?' Sage t37.
County Florida and being more 222 AIGLE Sade28 X
196
particularly described as follows ed upon In a referendum and ., 1 Qt. Eajle10W30Gold .v
providing: an effective date s._d I t Kodak
,
; Saue /b 7u
East three-fourths of the Nor- Motor Oil CX 126 FilmMen's
ORDINANCE: \NO.: 238WV 1 I
th half of the Southeast Quarter And ordinance amendtng Art- Short Sleeve i .sa / 7 N.ph dep.m 126 Cartridge,
of Northwest Quarter (E Dress Shirts I
icle n pertains to form' of ol Ernendn 12..po.ur.'
3/4 OF N 1/2 of SE 1/4 of N\ as / I { Ladles' Sleeve Kod..olo-X
Government, Section 7 of the N.w ,fashion, prints with,' v ; Long Pant Tops enen.id.and
1/4)) AND the Southeas collar, Suet or Ladles' Acrylic Flare Let a1 F. 010' plOnli.
charter laws of the City of long pomf S, B Slacks'n"c t<<
Quarter of Southeast Quar- ML.L.ondl)( 14 ,to 17 g :
ter of Northwest Quarter (SE Starke relating to the change I Your Chotc of 50* polyester. 5ft( cotton pun i a ;";7' ;

1/4 of SE 1/4 of NW 1/4)) from a Mayor and City; Council I top with *lth.r ferllvneck or moth ,,,,,I. neck :
form of Government toa Miyor- Ou Dntounr PlO" Ifyl''II' rathion stripes ond color and lilt. .
containing 25 acres, more or ii1 Ourieoun e / 1 r. .
Commissioner form of Govern Wo..z..lf' SML o> tied kn.twd Zmtron' wrmbU rtiiitanllock ,
less, EXCEPT AND EXCLUDING : Our Dntount POI.O
,. ,,
ment. providing submission, \ with 72" leg & clothe covvrvd wont. In f2 /
any part thereof lying with to the electorate and otherwise 9 g now 'fashion color* and sites 8 to 18 WooS
in road right of way.YOU. .
AND EACH OF YOU, pertaining to the charter laws &Je tfJ"";
effecting the form of Govern-
are notified that a suit to par ment. Z"aM.n'S 1 Men's Orlan OurobcoumNla_ /'' i $8Je
tition the above-described property t Stretch 3 l 5 9t I J
has been filed againstyou I.'<5I'i., riK) FOR SAID Eagle WOI ; fj/\-;;, '.
..
T-Shirts Socks It
and you are required to ELECTION: A .' .. t I,,.,,
serve a copy of your answerto Mr. Jewell Joyner Mrs. SOt pains- 6 Famout Maker I I \I"I.- iv
the Complaint on the Plain Carl Mathews, Merrill Struth ..,. 50cotton hn. You'd open to >j 1 rr a Ealle
tiff's attorney EUGENE F. Mrs Clara Col son, Mrs. Harms Toil ?' pay 1 1,25 if per it I r' b9/I "-; 10" Fans

SHAW SUWND KOPJELOU-\: Vallnskl, Mrs. Louise aced quoltty.S.M fect. 10-13 /r a7QJ Y Eagle AM Clock Radios ...
L.XL Girls' ......" 4.wnll.d blades
SOS Tenley, Mrs Edward Burns w Ily.n.
P.O. Box 1086 I .
Stirke
William Holland Mrs. J.C. \ Iog., i 'BackToSchool'Dresses' Precision Westclo movement voryModel ..I..y guod, 5 Yr wr,
Florida and file the original v Model 5010
In the office of the Clerk Dukes. u
Our D.eoun, / ,
:r of the Circuit Court on or before Ow D scaunr / / -, You'd .pec' 1o poy Our O ACR.801IIi Our D.coun' Pru trm
ALTERNATES: FOS: pace woe Woo 4Icti>r
September 25, 1972;otherwise SAID was 3-2i$ y yAkY. up to $3.98. t S4.98
.
ELECTION: for Hio oatyor
the _
allegations of the
, Mis.: R.O. Dansby, Mrs.Shel- dro.*o.. Top Mob rFo
Complaint will be taken as con Sc3'" Z '
lie Cerle Mrs. PeggySTaller -- /O ( J p ,hont in o fobu*
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,
fessed. I
lout sd
y ''M
This notice shall be published Mrs. Margaret Prevail, Men's '" yl Our Discount P".. Ir e Q i3)MJ) '
once each week for four ((4) Eagle 2-3.!li
In testimony'whereof, !hereunto \ Wu
" consecutive weeks In the Brad- Briefs :
:
ford subscribe my name and cause I :
... County Telegraph. Oiled ...
this 16th day of August 1972. the Seal I of the said town to Ueg bonds with reinforced r .Sddk f 7

GILBERT S, BRO.VN CLERK be herunto affixed this 11th day lycra. Heat re- I Eagle' AM 'FM Digital Clock Radios Plastic Shoe Bores

OF THE CIRCUIT COURT August 1972 A. D. nltanLda.h'c' '' a SIZES J-6X Sold, Stote, lighted clock dial "..thSI Keep your shoes showcase clean*
w, Bradford County Florida -Carl Hurst Major .autband. S, :instant sound AFC eliminates, FM Cover designed with stocking feature
A By: Beulah M. Moody, Deputy --Attest: Merrill Edwards; v M L. XL' a dr.ft. Model FDC 160 Assorted color lids.
Clerk City Clerk Ow I D...oun' Pnc

Seal 4t t 9/; W..1-5:'!$' 0" Dcoum, P.... m>> Our Dncounr Pnce
Our D.coum Pnce l
-4. / 44t914t coo, 3- if? / I A SIZES 7-14 Woo was 34'16

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Of I norm nrruet / G ;i
t R. H.Russ.ll. GREEN jie Boys' Antiseptlc aennN + .1kJe'r S

( ) 3t. Cre' Socks ,nn.w tOPP8Itone; ( I t ICc Garment Bags 'T/o EO
t '+ Full 'Ungth sippor ER'i
combed '011.". Boys'Raincoah Bayer Bic hi S ;:;J, with" ...y.pull'o.* Storage
Count) Commissioner: 1'I )J I Nylon romforcod' too with Hood 32 oz, TimedReleaseAspirin Chic au. Dashed, plat- Chests
5 and h..,I. Cello Pko. Deluxe heavyweight' vinylCorduroy Ball Ian .{+r lie design' Popu Chooto undorbod or |umbo chott.
District
o(4.( 6'8'.9 '11. collar Snap closing s H .I tar sold, cola Both oro reinforced durobl* construction ,
c '' 30's 4 02. and ottemblo easily.Due. .
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r County "'ide i .
t O.c., Disc. ,4;,
Our D.oun" ,""C. W.ld.d'UQ.O"6 P nc. D'.C'S PIO. Pnc. as Our 0"coum Pe.
Progressive GovernmentImprov.. t W?---\lU. lID Woo was was Our Dncoum Pau Was '

.1 Our Roads and Drainage I

'X Commissioners S.t Millage And 312 W..MlDISOXAVE. IF YOU'RE NOT SHOPPING AT EAGLES USE OUR CONVENIENT K'

Appoint Pole Workers STARKER FLORIDA YEAR ROUND ,
t FAMILY DISCOUNT STORE YOU'RE NOT
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LAW TEY4I Ecwy-To-Do Garden Chores
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For: Hot Days Of August Community

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.By Elliob.lh Terry
ther
as you can distinguish
August Is ,a rough month to rounded flower buds from the i
CHURCH SCHEDULES Rev. and Mrs. Don Denton Rev. and Mrs Walter Mathla gardening In Florida. It's to* pointed vegetative bud twlstoff News

Grace United Methodist and family Mr. and Mrs. John of Jacksonville were guests of late to plant many lumen all but one of the flower buds .
Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Wor- Dempsey. Mrs. Sam Burnett Mr. and'Mrs. Lea McClellanon flowers and too early for winter '" at each tip. Be careful not to [

ship Services 11 a.m. and 8 and twins drove Strickland's. Sunday. varieties.furthermore', Injure the remaining bud which y Elisabeth Given Walter
Mrs. Johnnie Jenkins and It's Just too darn hot
p.m. Children's Hour Tuesday, Landing at Kingsley Lake and to spec J1 should develop Into a larger
MeetIng enjoyed swimming during the daughter, Mrs. Jennie Lou all day slaving In the yard Sasanquas and pontcas day night before the first and
7 to 8:30: p.m. Prayer Green and children of Jack- flower. SCHOOL NEWS Monday night. Choir I 1. Senior
But don't
8 Choir Practice afternoon on Thursday. They despair there ar which are prized for mul- third Sunday. Sunday School
p.m. of her School bells rang out for the Choir meet each Tuesday night.
sonville were guests of Jobs
ate supper afterwards The plenty! easy left to do* need not be pinched. 10 ajn. Morning Worship at
7:30 tl-blooms,
Thursday, : p.m. Mr. and Mrs. 0.J. 1972-73 school term of pre- Wednesday night Prayer Meet-
Barents some tips for
WSCS occasion was to celebrate the easy-to* Common ornamentals like 11 with Junior Choir In charge
The of the church mot planning for teachers on Wednesday Ing Thursday night, Story Hour
Anders on Thursday.Mrs. do garden chores.
last week with Mrs. Truby birthdays of Trade and Todd W.H. Harris and baby It you're growing oleander hydrangeas and azaleas Aug. 16. Students will at the church. Ladles Circle Evening Service 5:30.
Wainwright with Miss Ar- Denton. mums o>;r can be propagated by cuttings start classes Monday Aug. 28, will meet at home of Mrs. Ebenezer Baptist Church,
of visited her
flal/ord parents poinsettias for winter
Mr. and Mrs. Randall Bradley color' this time of Ford Rev. Leroy Davis: pastor. Sunday
cohostess. year.
thurlne Blanchard as In Bradford County. The cooperation Sarah Prince. Friday night I'
Mr. and Mrs. H.H. Brice on this Is the last month
Refreshments were served of Jacksonville spent the you shouli azaleas, take tip cuttings 3-to of parents is asked Prayer Band will meet with School 9:45: which will
Thursday.Mr. these
pinch plants to
by Miss Blanchard, whoalso !- weekend with their mother and Mrs. Jimmy Moore blooms. Pinching back lncreas the but*< 5 Inches long with several for a successful term. Mrs. Prince also. Saturday conclude services until the
had charge of the program. Mrs. R.L. Bradley.Mrs. leaves left attached.Many root- dinners will be sold from the first Sunday when regular ser-
of
and children, Jacksonville tips will promote heavier flowering
Eight members of the society: Mildred Prlestand Miss ing mediums can be used such ADULT CLASSESAll kitchen. Sunday Is Trustee vices will be held.
were dinner guests of their because of Increase
were present. Arthurlne Blanchard visited Mr. and Mrs. Fred branching. But If as sand or a mixture of pent adults Interested In attending Day Sunday School, 9:30. Bible Class each Tuesday
wait to
Miss Enza Blanchard at Baker you Place the night. Thursday night
Highland BaptistChurch-Sun- Moore Saturday. and perllte. cuttings night classes are Invited Morning Service at 11. Dinner Prayer
on late, pinching will flo
day School 9:43: a.m. Worship County Nursing Home in Mac- Roy Grlffls: of Plant City wer buds and thus remove reduce flowers In the media and keep moist to attend In the Vo-Tech at 12:30.: League, at 4 p.m. Meeting. Visitors always wel
Services, 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. clenny. was a dinner guests of Mr. and this toll. by covering with a plastic bag center Lawtey and at RJE Evening Worship 6 p.m. come.
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7-: Mrs. Joyce Futch of Bruns Mrs. Carl Prevail on Satur It's also about time to or use a mist system. A rootIng for the convenience of students Greater Allen Chapel AME Choir No. 1 Is making plans
30 p.m. followed by Choir 1>rac- wick Ga., was a dinner guest disbudding begin 1 hormone may hasten root in those areas. Church Rev. C.E. Jenkins pas for their anniversary which will
camellias
tice.. of her son and daughter-in-law day.Mrs.. Ellis Johnson and daughter flower size. As to Increase growth. if you have any coldn t tor. Junior Choir Rehearsal terminate Friday Sept. 1 I. with
Mr and Mrs. Benton Futch and of Lake Worth,were dinner so n sensitive ornamentals try CHURCH NEWS each Wednesday, 8 p.m Senior many choirs participating. The I
PERSONALSMrs. family. In Starke on Tuesday.She guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bryant rooting cuttings before winter New Pethel Baptist Church;: Choir Rehearsal: 8 p.m. Tues public Is invited to attend.
L.P. Refuse visited her ate supper with her sister, Reddish on Monday. Social and keep the young plants in a Rev. Leroy Davis: pastor.Prayer -
brother, Albert[Q vis,and other Miss Elizabeth Terry and was Hansen protected spot this winter. Meeting each Tuesday nightat
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
relatives In Fort Myers from an overnight guest and returned and Miss Dorothy Swanbom attended Then if the ornamental freezes 7:30.: Bible Class each This pleasure trip will do you good! f ftaG"
Wednesday to Monday to her home on Wednesday; Lake Swan Bible Camp you'll have replacementsfor Thursday night at 7. Sunday
Mrs. Nettie Starling returned Mr. and Mrs. James Anders Melrose Security the spring. School 10 a.m. Morning Wor-
near on Wednesday
to her home on Thursday and family,'of Palatka stoppedby Thursday and Sunday.Mr. If you want to plant things ship at 11. BYPU, 5 p.m.Even- '' ''
after having spent a few days to see their parents Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Tye were this time of year _try bulbs Ing Service, 7:30.: Visitors always i
at St. Vincent's Hospital, Jack- and Mrs. O.J. Anders last sightseeing In the Southern part Increas of Louisiana iris, gingers. welcome.
sonville. week while returning from a of the state during the week. crlnums, daylllles, amaryllis Greater Freewill 'Baptist t
Miss Arthur me BlanchardaU two weeks vacation In Arizona.Mr. Mrs. Sarah Thompson, of and zephyr lilies. Of course Church Rev. Jasper Williams
FPR.Social)
tended the funeral of her cousin and Mrs. Jimmy Ray Jacksonville was a Saturday ( security you can still plant woody ornamentals pastor Choir No. 3 and Ush-
Charles Nasworthy (husband Rosier and son of Hastings overnight guest of her sister- beneficiaries need not applyfor but hurry up so ers Board No. 2 meet each AVRESORTFALL
of the former Helen Blan- spent last Thursday afternoonwith in-law Mrs. A.C. Pearce. the 20 percent, benefit that they'll be well established
chard), on Monday In Jackson- their grandparents Mr. Mrs. Marian Hall Jackson Increase signed into law by before the winter arrives.
ville. and Mrs. Jim Rosier. ville called on her sister Mrs. President Nixon on July 1. If you intend to plant winter
Hester Hicks one day last week. Social security district annuals like Baby's Breath ca-'' S'OLDTiMER"The
manager Peter Ridosh said lendulas or pansies, start ordering IS BEST OF ALL IN THE SMOKIEST! Ijijoy; the I peaceiiinl
that all social security your seed and prepar- quiet of the mountains- not ol colors in autumn .
GAINESVILLEBusiness Mr. and Mrs. Dan: Starling beneficiaries who are on the ing the flower beds. b crisp cool days refreshing, I icsllul ihiphts.wondcrltd! ,
and baby, of Jacksonville Mr. benefit rolls In Septemberwill Keep watching for Insects of food! Come hack! feeling I rush as a broe/e. 'If you like
I and Mrs. David Walnwrlghtandbaby receive the Increase lawns and ornamentals. Chinch activity there's square dancing, /horseback ruling, craft 1 1
of Albany Ga., and Mr. automatically. The IncreaseIs bugs and mole crickets are pinking, wilderness pack trips;, bear. wad boar. hunts;, boating -
Directory and Mrs. Louis Ucla and Michelle effective for the month of very active on lawns and whiteflies fishing--lots more! l-'iirnishcil cottages: ;, lodge. I Rates;
of Miami spent the September. The check for scales, aphids and caterpillars lower after September 15less; crowded /'".' iwiittii';
weekend with thelrparents,Mr.
are damaging orna phone 4982211.
will
September reach optimist proclaims
and Mrs. Doyle Starling. Their mentals.
II AUTO SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES granddaughter Michelle Llcla beneficiaries about October There's lots of other activities 'that we live in the bent of all Send for

remained for a longer visit. 3, 1972. you can think of, but these I posnible.worlds!!-andthe, pes- FREE COLOR FOLDER: Dept. DB, Fontana Village, N.C.
The "
''I BRASINGTON average monthly will keep(you busy for a while. *limist, fears that la tie.
Mrs. Earl Teston entertained benefit for a retired worker t'
AlIII.I.AC OI.nSJVIOBII.K: Johnson& Paris, Inc. at a birthday party Thursday goes up from $134 to$162; fora -

SALES A SERVICEFine honoring her (daughter retired couple from $224 to
_
SEEDS PLANTS Nancy, on her 6th birthday. about $271. A widowed
T."k.-n On Cadillac Trades Pet SupplleiFERTILIZERS were Mrs. Henrv Hodges. Hank will receive an average EveryDayLowPricc Ev yfl yLowPrice

21)01 N.W. I3tli Ph. 37S-S30I Mark and Sara Doug and Darlene social security benefit of

W We Rent Fertilizer Spreader" Eunice and Darin and about$386 up from$$322. Fora CENTER CUT Pantry
Kevin WUllams. After several disabled worker with a
Barkley Motors, Inc.TOYOTA 224 N.W. 81 h Ph. 378-0476 games the honoree opened her REGULAR GRIND w r
wife .and
r one or more
:'. gifts. Delicious refreshmentswere children the new average SIRLOINSTEAKS Pride OR ELECTRIC PERKCOFFEE
CLASS served by the hostess. monthly payment will be

4 wheel' drive and cars I about $354, increased from
Salen. Parti. Service Mrs. Truby Wainwright,Mrs. $295. The special age 72 SUPERMARKETS
Clean Used ToyoUn LIDDELL George Roberts, Mrs. Ernest benefit will also be Increased STARKE'S

Wells, Mrs. H.H. Hamilton,and from $48.30 to $5$ for an 320 S. WALNUT ST.IIIJ. .

1700 N. MAin 376-1269 Glass Company Miss visited her Arthurlne sister, Miss Blanchard Enza $87 individual for and from The$72.50 law to _; :_: ; $ 2 9 .
Iteauty AcademyPOWELL'S a couple. new .
Blanchard atBaker Nursing ... .
County 1 LB .0..0..0000.0.
also includes a provision for 591f11 ._...
aeNY.s 0000 lNWe
"CUu For Every: PurpoNe" Home In Macclenny Sun- automatic annual Increasedin _. 'UO 30.." 0"'.""
Store Fronts_Mirror* day afternoon.Mrs. I I LB BAG "0."" ,.
social benefits
security: as
Tub EncI08In'Showt'rs Margie Mobley and HI III PUI* ''f U XOfl
Beauty Academy. the cost of living rises in the STAMP'COUPONS '
ULQA FOOD
Furniture 1\>p Olacs Replaced grandson of Tampa spent several L
days with her brotherinlaw future.
Leans a Profession In Tour
Under the law the
and sister Mr. and Mrs. pew
Spnr TIm. Full or Pnrt Time LOCATION contribution and: benefit base BOI1ELESS'IJ: LORI DA'GRADE' "'A* 1 mm .
John Kuhn and family, and "
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!2lt N W 10th 37B-27M I"JI NET)1i.f"r (CSolneVvilte; Bother relat1't; : :- ,tthy'aYnazlmuryhannupNearnings) =" : \ m.::n, """

ELECTRIC MOTORS Mr. and Mrs..A rile Dobbs that are counted for "ROUNiil"1 'FiRE\SH 'i 'witiOTE
37281913721102 were Sunday guests of their benefit and contribution
; brother and sister-in-law Mr. purposes will rise from the
ELECTRIC
and Mrs. Cue Dobbs In Rat- present $9.000 to $10,800 In
t 1FRYERS
Motor Repair Co. Santa Fe Tractor ford.Mr. 1973 and to $12,000 In 1974. STEAK i POTATOES
LONG and Mrs. Ronnie Mc- Thereafter this amount
Of (Gainesville me. Clellan and sons, of Jesup, would be adjusted I

Repairing Hewlndint Fnrm & Industrial Ga., were dinner guests of their automatically to keep pace L.tfJ/2 $ L
New and! Used Tractors parents Mr. and Mrs. Lea Mc with rising wages. This .: / ltfi11011 1. 33(1 10 69c

Hydraulics (11011'2RI6'N.W. Clellan, Sunday.Other guestsof means that as earnings rise firwrilrcfr WHO

6th St..- Ph. 372-8.118 And Fitting ald the and grandparents Randall Reddish were of Don-Rat- 'workers whose earnings are -IO. LB 2 PER B G LB LOOSE

MOVERS\ ,Bolts all Sizes above the maximum earnings -

Steam Cleaner ford.Mrs.. John Robertson, Mrs. base will pay con- / 1 1 1 \
St Chemicals Francis Cowan and Mark and tributions on hlger. earnings.PABCIIMATIMQ; .
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Loin Distance
.MotIngSlor.tjce i>AN'RIADV
.r I
Sales Si ServicePick Shane Swindell visited friends
I
Packing Up Delivery and attended church at Chief- DRESSEDWHITING
Crating ShlQpln land on Saturday
N. W. 6th PI
Free Eitlnuici Call sc Mr. and Mrs. Charles Simsof I
W48; .n..l1o, Fla. a
Jacksonville were guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs Sunday

rtiMA IiLaMr
M""BALDWIN afternoon. slew
Mr and Mrs. H.W. Bennettand
Nancy carried Mrs. Hattie GARDEN SWEET
I
PIANOS & ORGANS Darley and Miss Slna Prescottto KING SIZE ; PEAS 17oz CAN Beauty SkimEVAPORATED:
Daytona on Saturday to
spend
Van Service
Inc. CHOICE OF THE ARTIST! some time with their sister 1 GOLDEN CREAM CORN i
m""" STYLE-16.5oz CAN
Mrs. Virginia Lastinger. DRIVE
I 3140 N.E. Waldo Rd. C'vllle
Ill/f/m
373-4271. 4/p/wu" Mr. and Mrs. John Robertson OR WHOLE KERNEL-17oz CAN I
Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Beach, MILK
AUTO SALES SERVICE MUSIC Co. and":Mr. and Mrs. Claude North LAUNDRY DETERGENT U BEANS 1CUT6ozCANGREEN I
and cblldren of Jacksonville
j BI.OINTPONTIXCBVS C'ville Shoooing CI,. 372-5351 were supper guests of Mr. and I

: INC.I Mrs. S.lff Swindell on Sunday. 84oz C = i TALL mn4n
Farm and Industrial" 99 1 's5/$1 arnnrl IOe
I CAN
Equipment ONLY ,, 1 / 1



Santa Fe Tractor, BonusBuy BonUiBuy'

Factory Aulhorited. .

Pontiac FORD By r r sw Hard RipeTOMATOES

Sales-Partt-Servi Farm Tractor & Implements .JIM LAWSON. I POTATOES

210 H. MainCoin.ivill.
USED EQUIPMENT I
., Flo. Ask II I
SALES PART SERVICE MAN. Did THAT wfe? \

372-2583 Cilarle: ,, CRAZY FISH

I 4-taa N. W. 6th 3742548C. X .African natives often, carry COMPARE! OUR. IVIBT0tLO* 1 BANQUET FROZEN i -nreyprir. 1 ......... --
I, TRAILERS .UNEStll.I.E.: Fl.'. E. shovels with them when they go .KI I

MOBIL -KfcFAIIi-SmviCk: "l. fishing. Why? So that The they can Del Monte t Corn ."..".:rs s: sst1. 4/S1/ I CREAMPIES 1 1 PASTE TOOTH.I BANDAGES.CURAD
"dig up" some fish. swamps
; "\, r- Klriy'i Mrillt H'mtptlr Johns, In Africa often dry up and theLungfish Creen Giant Corn 'z-:*.?:,?, raM o 4/l/ I ......-4' .9' I ,, 2/$1
& I Int..o which inhabits these c
I SvppfUt, TU" ::0
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.rTa This Question: American 1 !
_. .\ : ,. ," I'\lcrl! Fat About swaps burrows into the ground Beauty Hominy :,: 2/25/ ---
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J7$-Otl9l i..t: "..;.Unll, &; Air (,','nJ.I exposed to many risk: These Lungfish repel| n !liquid Mushrooms ... ,"M..I.w1. 3/89c/ I l-, J I CHARCOAL. BAR B QUC
ltiomrii Equip which forms a hard shell :round:
I SAUCEChaco
I Mnams So.Sa.It..o., .. ,loo 01. .I'14 JB per day SYrrllea-Awnin11A 1 destruction of our build. Ute fish similar to a cocoon, and Chocolate Jumbo Pies 10. .. 3/l/ I 14ozPKGS 4/$1 1 BRIQUITS2O I

, sae Hitcnn v.a Installed canw.; A.t l'onddronlnlt, Innt.itleJt ing and equipment by fire, thEY live Inside this shell In the Chip Cookies .\OI< -...- >.. 4/l/ I I > >. ffiftt$ I 1 .: 291eas..D
All Mok rarvea. art. te1Q. t wind or explosion and the ground: until the!' lake Is re-

..,.......... tmlmrOuntry flo... 41011k:': 6th St r.> Cnemille, loss of earnings during formed. The natives often dig out ---- al.wwwerw..law
.Ar>. Shan.. such business Interruption these cocoons and eat the Lungfish I I ,

rcrn w.y.ron.-6_ _ _'II"IJ_ _ ; theft or loss of mon- ,.which.is considered' a d2U.caq' 1 1 i=1

ey and valuable papers, A Lungfish may hide its head : FBISKIES: DINNER 1= i COMSTOCK : HUNT'S'.,. KING SIZEBREAD

ru-I' Uabllity for Injuries on the In the mud but you can bee 11"\1 OK SAUtl CUBES _tMOCOtATt FUM*
DANIELS SUZUKI 1 premises. Is the new OFFICE dcn't We stay right up-to-date DOG FOOD 1 CHERRY 1 PUDDINGS .

CENTER INC. PACKAGE POLICY with the latest business proce s.... ..LS I PIE MIX< .CAN 1

t from the Charley E. John dures. Try our service and see 1 ....*TMM. COUO. 4OOO OMIV If .. 1.oil.....f Ml'.0.COUPON... .OOOfl 0........ rooo
for yourself. *MBV 0 0 a)tTOfllf fM* V S S tTOHl* dww
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'12,000 -" < a V. t Agency the answer. to oui UWlT I COu*>ON MM. LIMIT ICOU.OM ,
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j. Ma. 2 MakesIt Snowdrift "f CRISCO or MAXWEU.o..ii'D'' __.., __.... lsvorit.
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Shortening CHICKEN
f Warranty t 131 So. Walnut St. .tA.KI t0A ] OIL INSTANI corril .-..-.NN....N.a.3 ...--.- CHIPS Dog Food.
Complete Parts & Accessories U.S. 301) / o. Can69C wN. 114/2..Can
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Bahia Grass GREEN StH

May Be Cause STAMPS.
lt 4K
Of Love BugsThe


Increasing population of
love bugs may be due to Flori
da's abundance of Pensacola
Bahia grass, a researcher at
the University ,of Florida de
cia res "
Pensacola Bahia Is a deep. WEEKLY Everyday"
'W'* '
rooted, thin-leaved grass which low
grows In clumps.Many pasturelands ..SPECIALS!, Prices!
and highway parkways
planted with It because It ts *
cheap and requires little main- 430 WEST MADISON STREET, STARK p SAVE 4Vj j QMoniitx, ftf9 $
4 = Reserved .
tenance. kyN't -' o- ; t ri "/
Love bugs have become a hazard 'WINN OIXI8 STORES.I ;" C
to motorists swarmingover p..r' ., ( Qry+ GMT> Ij .Ijv7
highways coating windshields j
and radiators In North THRIFTY MAID ,
and Central Florida.
The larvae feed on decaying .
vegetation and seem to thriveon <
the Bahia grass clippings HtKB GOOD TNUtMAjAW
along the roadside after the b
SUGAR
grass Is mowed.Hunting.
$T 24 THftU WtMHSMVAUGUST '
,, 1 4 t KtRA ptftl !
*. ORA
AJU. cigarette.
Dates .I
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season ListedThe for hunting migratory S 9

mourning dove, snipe !
woodcock, and marsh hen has PEO] LB.
been announced by the Gamo & r h rt
Fresh Water Fish Commission. S x pa ;
Florida sportsmen will again 19VSAVI BAG
have a three-phase season for ,
,
hunting mourning dove and a a
dally bag limit of 12 birds. y.
The first phase season opens S. CHOICEJ
October 6 and continues through
November 5. W-D BRAND It BLUE BAY SAVE 9c DIXIE DARLING PECAN II I

Second phase opens November < Tuna Fish "X. Twirls 2 o is 69c
27C
::
11 and closes November 26. I USDA CHOICE fir, I
Third and final dove hunting k SAVE Me SPAOKV '
period opens December 16 and Full Cut Boneless ?4 OETUGIT.

continues Hunting will through be limited January to the 8. ': Dove Liquid :&;;;59C Charcoal 20 :::0 88C

hours from noon to sunset. SAVE lOc on MONTE tic HUNT SKILLETCatsup

sunrise Seasons open on one-half for November snipe hour and II.before woodcock Snipe ROUND STEAK : . :60TTlE::38C Dinners i . PKG78c

hunting continues through SAVE 10c THRIFTY MAID KfllOOO

for February woodcock.25, closes.while the onJanuary season I r Catsup :-V:;;E36c Corn Flakes 36c

14. SAVE lie Lb. $ 18
The dally bag for snipe Is W.O BRAND SAVE I lie,, MIRACLE WHIP' ARROW PAPER
eight per day and the dilly I USDA CHOICE '"
Salad I Plates ?
48c 88C
per bag day.limit for woodcock Is five Chuck Steak d : '. Dressing QUART 1

r SAVE HC Deep SOUTH CHARMIN BATHROOM
The season for marsh hens
(rails and galllnule) opens on 31PIR ( Salad 38e Tissue 4 35c
September 2 and continues 'lB. SSc is. t Dressing QUARr -
November 10 with hunting
through LB. LAND O' SUNSHINE LISUEUR

sunrise from to one-half sunset. hour before Peas 4 $100
Butter LI.68c AS:
Bag limits for rails and ga 111- . .
nule are: Clapper and King SAVE 30c W.O BRANDPure SAVE,'IBc .PUNCH GIANT GOLD MEDAL

aggregate rails, IS per; Sora day and singly Virginia or in Ground Beef 3 -" $199 Detergent ,-:: 48c Flour . 5 plK.O59c
rails, 25 singly or In aggregate; h5s ,
Florida galllnule IS per diy. l SAVE lOc us D.A. GRADE 'A' W*D BRAND. ..((7 IBS AND UP) ARMOUR CONNED SAVE 17. CRACK GOOD CHEESE

Sportsmen are reminded that Redi-Basted 49C Beef Hash ". 49C Curls 3 o, $100 1
the season on purple galllnule Turkeys .. -s:
been closed these birds
has and
may not be taken at any time. SAVE Be WO BRAND SMOKED PORK WHOIE..(SLICED ofc Lb.) ARMOUR All.VEGETABLE r

'Shoulder Picnics .. ,.. .. r. 55C u Potted Meat 4. 'CANB: 49c Snowdrift ,":;, 69c
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Moose Lodge QUARTER HICKORY SLICEDSmoked: ARMOUR VIENNA "ARROW ALUMINUMSausage .

Ham' 78c 4 5'0.. $100 F ., 425fT. $1 1)00
Open House '. . ll. .. CANS. .01. .
SAVE 2lc W.D BRAND U.S.D4A. CHOICE GROUND. HANOI.PAK BATH SIZE SAVE ?U REGULAR OR SUPER
In New Home "' Beef Round $| 18 Dial 5 $100 Modess *; 78C
.: '. .. ll. Soap :
of Starke Moose
Members SAVE 31< W 0 BRAND USDA., CHOICE BEEF BOTTOM, BONELESS CRACKIN'' '' GOOD KRAFI 1000 ISLE
opening Lodge No.of 2033 their celebrated new home the on Round R $128 Saltines 3 $1 100SAVE
24C
U S. 301 North with an open if ast ..R. e e LB. . Dressing '. OILS

house Sunday afternoon, Aug. 31c W 0 BRAND US.D.'CHOICE BEEP TOP"' BONELESS SAVE 93c CRACKIN' GOOD TOASTER INSTANT MAXWELL HOUSE

13. which. Is the Round Steak $138 Pastries. 4 PKGS. $100 Coffee' '" $143
former The building location of Buck Car- ,; ll. .. AR

ter's grocery store, was painted SAVE 21c W 0 BRAND USOA. CHOICE BEEF SAVE ,e GLUM THRIFTY' MAID

members, panelled of the and lodge ramodeled who donated by- Rump Roast ". . ll. $138 Toothpaste *<:.* 68C Pineapple .910C:: b
their time to the improve-
ment project. SAVE 33c OCOM CHICKEN, PEEP OR TURKEY SAVE 2U. PALMOLIVE THRIFTY MAID GRAPE.
New members of the lodge 10.. $ 00 '"' '. 460'.
were enrolled at this time, Pot Pies ., . .. ..'Is. .6 PkGS. 1 Rapid h aye ;? 78C Fruit Juice CAN 39C
.
with Ralford Tetstone as the
Membersof VINE RIPE SAVE tic AUlD ANTI!-PERSPIRANT DOLE PINEDeodorant
class the representative.Titusville lodge officiated ''2 $100 60.. 88C Juice 3 .60'. sl00)
at this ceremony, and Honeydews '. .' ... FOR CAN. Apple CANS
the ritual team was composedof VINE RIPE, DIXIE)( DARLING FAMILY SAVE 38c SUPERBRAND\ TWIN POPS OR

Lundy Elmer. Sam J. McFarland Curtis, Walter, Burt Tomatoes .: 39c'' Bread IQ AI; 22c Fudge Bars 2 : 3. $100)
Grimes, Sam Williamson, and . .. .
E.B. Ciltchley. RUSSET BAKING SAVE 3e DIXIE)( DARLING HAMBURGER BUNS OR HOT DOG SAVE 33c ,MORTON CHERRY APPLE. PEACH OR COCONUT
The guest speaker on this ',' ll. 'PII, 200.
.' Potatoes 1'0 $109 Rolls 2 49C Fruit Pies 3 $100
of occasion Moosehart was,Louis III. who J. I erara is in 0 lAG . PKGS. PIES

Florida as a special representative PINEBREEZE GRADE 'A' MEDIUM FLORIDA All WHITE

After the from Loyal the; the enrollment Order Supreme of Moose.Lodgeof cere- Fresh Eggs .. .. . 3 DOZEN $100. KLEENEX JUMBO

mony, a barbecue dinner was:
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enjoyed! by the members, their
wives, and guests. THOMPSON
Kte* TOWEL-S
Weekly meetings of the lodge ,
are held each Tuesday; night at
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limit 4 w/$7.50 or mara pureh a .xcl. cigi.

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like to fix upoldhouiM, ?i "

i.rIEr1b and already have three to their ; ,.., "..'
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creditone of them & term : "" "'1 ;
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house In New Jersey dating .' ,. ,. ", ( ;'C" ,. .joe, ; .
back to the early 1700'. ,", "' ", I'b i' '' '
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And now, Marvin and Lola i01i! ,
Carlson have another Job on ;
their hands-- one of the oldest ,
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Jhouses In Starke well over 'i \ ,
the century mark which/ titbyrecently ;: ;\;: ': ;>\\:(;'? ;;)( "
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purchased: because iI'q' \\q) ,,

> M M It presented a challenge, and ',', :
1 r r ? offered them the prospect of

gracious living In a "house

with character" In a setting ..' '," .. !
of huge shade trees that were ) : ,

planted when Starke ,was.still ;;
I in Its infancy. ;, '

Il llllillll IIIIIIIIIiIIIII The Carlsons are originally _1I ---I- :' ; fAdt!

,,,: IIIIIIIIIII Illlllplllll !! from New Jersey and Just decided -

to pick up and move to lui ul fin ,\;: ;
Florida about 18 months Iltl, Hullryiill ; "
ago. a j 1 111i1 Ili l 1 Il if It ) ''XjI.
They settled flrstat Lake Wales lilllf )1IM ..
and then came "prospecting"up I...
In this area to be within
commuting distance of Jacksonville

where Mi. Carlson Is, M
employed .. a machinist with "
Ivy Steel & Wire Co. :'
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While riding around Starke. .F i'
they spied a For Sale sign on "

the rambling, two-story house

on South Water Street and stopped .... <
to take a closer look. It ..., (' .. .
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had been vacant for some time '.
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and the unkept condition of the

yard, and trash accumulated
t around the house almost dis-

couraged them from giving It
.. serious consideration. But not Wood stove were a fir* hazard, so kitchens were often separated from the house In
Th. .
Century-Old House as It app.ars today. : "\ It's a we sae's quite. They were Intrigued by those days.

the old fashioned appearance of
?
:,;'tiMU@gUSING the house, with Its detached Richard (pronounced Rl-chard')

kitchen (no lonser used as a In the operation of Richard & r,
kitchen, of course) and the
Pace Starke's first big general
large lot 315 feet on Water store.In .
; St. by 430 feet deep, with a
etUTORiALS FLORIDA FRUITS- grove of 16 fine pecan trees. an advertisement publlshe'd

FEARS In an October 1879 Issue of the

i Fresh raw pears of Hood or They contacted the real Telegraph, Richard & Pace advertised -
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.cr mIIJI Baldwin varieties are deliciousfor estate agency that had the property a "general assort-'
i eating "out of Hand." The ; listed and were Informed ment" of Groceries, Provisions I IM

1 harder Sand or Pineapple pear that the house was structurally : Dry Goods, Boots Shoes,
Is of good flavor but crisp In sound, Inside and out, and Hats Hardware, Drugs and Modlclnes. -
I texture. advised to inspect It before ."
, For a fine-grained texture making a decision. The Carl ti
and good flavor, gather pears sons did as suggested,and ware The property where the house M
': A Crime when grown but not fully ripened. pleased with what they found.. was located was originally part
Keep at room temperature They decided to take on the ten- of a quarter section deeded on i
. several days (or longer for room house as tho latest In April 9, 1861 by the Trusteesof i

; hard pears) to ripen. their remodelling projects, and Internal Improvement Fund,
In The Name Of Conservation State of Florida to .William M.
fresh In these time
Try pears ways: are having a grand restoring ,
Eating "out of hand," salads, the homo, doing all the Cox "In consideration"of the
sandwiches fruit cups, with work themselves sum of $2.50 per acre. Bradford -
at Rodman as de- cold with cheese and County; was still a part of
The extremes to which some ecolo- This is the scene cereals
old New River County at that
glsts can go to carry their point is Illustrated scribed by one eye witness: crackers as dessert "It is surprising to find that, time, and the deed was signedby

by the tragic circumstances CANNED: / PEAR HALVES in spite of Its age, there are Governor MS. Perry and Mr. and Mr*. C.rl.on'prln this beautiful old staircases -
surrounding the drawdownoflakeOchlawaha "A number of small alligators, toast- no sagging floors, and all the other cabinet members. in perfect condition after 100 y.ars.

Rodman Dam). ed in sun lay dead in deep algae- ((1)J) Wash, pnre and cut Into foundations are still plum! ,"

covered pools.' Thousands fish, more halves, core and then slice if only Mr. old Carlson house said.I have"It found Is the O.i March 28, 1864, Mr. Cox Tampa. In 1924 the Morrisessold .Kedgrave, heirs, until 19-
What was once a prime recreation be filled the man- desired. (2)) Drop as cored and his wife Mary, deededthe to J.U. Manning, and there
Imagined
than could where all the dx and windows
>rs
: 71.Several
Into large container of clear E
a Ceo. ,
area Is describedby property to Pace was a succession of the
for sportsmen now owners years ago siding'on
made created bY the drawdown. 'still open without sticking, he
gap water to which 2 tablespoons of "In consideration of the sum
It scene'of none keeping It very long.In the house was covered with
those who have seen as a on added.
hundred varieties picked "
Birds of a vinegar or I tablespoon of salt of$800. gray asbestos shingles, and the
devastate waste, accompanied by the remains of fish on the expo ed lake has been added to prevent dark- November of 1925 It was new \owners aren't sure yet

the "repugnant stench of dead fish bottom." ening of fruit. ((3) When fruit The house hasfive fireplaces, After the death of Mr. purchased by A.W. Redgrave, whether they will remove theseIn
and
I crawling with maggots, alligators with Is ready to pre-cook, drain which' have not been closed up Mrs. Pace, around the turn of who came here from Tampa! with order to restore the original -
and drop into thin or medium as" fireplaces have been In so the Seaboard Railroad and was '
} under the look 'I
flesh and skin separating hat
The the centruy, their heirs completely
the worst Is to come. sold It
And yet
and cook 5 to 8 minutes. the Carl- an engineer for
old homes and
syrup many many years on
heat of the August sun, and buzzards two feet to to Mrs. Emeline L. LivingstonIn would be a big Job; and we'll I!
{ drawdown had another (4) Pack the fruit in hot ste- sons Intend to use them all the "Peggy" branch line from
waiting In the trees for more wild- 1906, and she In turn, willed save it to the last if wo decide -
go before it reached the full five-foot rile Jars. ((5) Cover with hot' this winter. The timbers are It In 1913 to her Starke to WaMee. The house to do It," Mr. Carlson:
GeorgeC.
life to die." drop. syrup ns Jar Is packed, Seal. heart pine so hard that you son continued in possession of the said.
(6)) Process In Livingston,and her daughter'
water bath can hardly drive a nail In It,
pints to 10 minutes andqlluta Mr.: Carlson Catherine J. (Kate) Livingston.
Boat and says.It J
parks campgrounds
ramps, Specialists are making a pictorial 16 to 20 minutes. (7) It packed Several months later the daughter -
built by the State at or near the water'sedge sold her undivided one-half
record of the destruction of what wasa In tin cans, plunge cans Into -
1 are now "high and dry" because is believed that the house Interest to Mr. Livingston, who
cold
few months considered the finest water Immcdlatelyafter
ago built during, or shortly Letters
was was: Starke businessman.. to 11S.MAII
of the five-foot drawdown recently removing from water bath. (8) a
I recreation area in Northeast Florida.' after the Civil War by Geo. E,
I ordered by a Federal Court Judge, who In making syrup a mild honey Rice who came to Starke fronMlddleburg The Livingstons sold the pro-

lifted Injunction that had been broughtto We much In favor of conser- may be substituted for 1/2 the in the late 1850's perty to Thomas: C, and Bessie
are as
stop the 10werirC.'Q vf the water. It sugar: giving a product of very as a partner with Capt. J.C. :Morris In 1921, and moved to the Editor. :
vation as the next nun but seemsto Interesting flavor\
w .
us that In this Instance, a crime .
All this, because a few die-hard has been committed In the name of SYRUPS FOR CANNINGS:: r-------- ---- -a--e ,l

"conservationist" went to court to pro conservation and the death and destruction -
LIGHT SYRUP-2
tect a hardwood forest that hasalreadybeen and the loss of a fine recreation to 1 quart water makes cups 5 sugar cups ; County Agent News ; ANTI-McGOVERN Misled public opinion is

under water so long It will pro- area will more than offset a syrup. Editor largely'responsible for voting

bably die anyway. They went to courtto hundred times the few trees that might :M1CDIUM: SYRUP-3 cups sugar By Bobby L. Taylor We have Telegraph witnessed: the disgusting hysteria In which i oplo; do not
to 1 quart water makes 51/2 decide for themselves whether
seek the drawdown of the Rodman a
possibly be saved after the water has spectacle: of the Mc-

pool after President Nixon yieldingto already been standing on them for a cups HEAVY sjrup.SYRUP-4 3/4 cups We always look forward to grams you will be hearing about Govern steam roller Convention enough candidate for Is the emotionally responsibilitieswhich mature

pressure of the so-called conservationists couple of years. sugar to I quart water makes attending out Florida Cooperative and asked to participate In as -, and nomination of a truly will be his If elected
ordered a halt to construc- 6 1/2 cups syrup Extension Service Annual th demagogic candidate for Presi-
tion of the cross-state barge canal In :MEDIUM WITH CORN SYRUP ,Conference. Odr.poultry committee,head- dent of the U.S. on a platform One heartening sign in
1971. Sensible conservation, yes. but ; Use 1 1/2 cups sugar, This is an opportunity to meet, ed by Arthur GRskins will meet that Is not acceptable to think- Florida, at any rate, since; the
this travesty In the name of conser- 1 cup corn syrup to 3 cups wa visit, and discuss problem next :Monday night to plan our ing people. McGovern Convention, has beena
vation appears to be as foolish as was ter. opportunities with agents Annual I :Meeting and other pro- One speculates as to whether wholesale switch of Democrats -

President Nixon's action in halting :MEDIUM[ : WITH HONEY: : UseI throughout the State. New ideas grams that will not only Involve Senator McGovern knows there to Republican. After
and methods of reaching: people of our poultrymen, butalso Is not enough money In the Uni- the shameful and unfair treat-
to 1 many
opposed
The conservationists were work on the cross state canal In the cup sugar cup honey to 4
with beneficial programs arealwa1 benefit them In their verse to finance a $6,500 guaranteed of
poultry ment the California delega-
the canal from the start, and "savingthe first place. Millions of dollars were cups water.
:Measure sugar and liquid possible after two days operations. Special emphasis Income In factour tion, It should not be surpris-
trees" by the drawdown could be wasted In the halting of the canal pro- fruit ) of discussion and Instruction.We will eb placed on establishing fiscal position has deteriorated
(either water or Juice
Just another step In their continuing ject, and now millions of fish and other Cook until are proud of our Exten- better communication and cooperation to the point where we cannot ing.On
Into a saucepan. sion Service and the status It afford to update ourarmalnents the other hand the Mxon! .
fight against the canal. wildlife are being sacrificed in the loss dissolves.. Keep between growers and
sugar\ syrup
Administration has had
enJo)" We have the organization their contractors, to equal Russia and support a gold-
of a recreation area that was enjoyedby hot until needed but DO NOT resources and ability to Socialism too. en opportunity to put our Coun-
In the meanwhile, thousands of baby thousands of Floridians and tour- U;I' 11' BOIL DOW Usually deal with problems and oppor- try back on the main line track
fish and fresh water shrimp have been ists. 1 to 11/2 cups of syrup are tunities of people from the local Aside from the perfidy and but Instead we have more Ken-

trapped In puddles left around the edg- needed for each quart of fruit. ,level to the national level. Even though cattle prices have folly of our officials, the things eslanlsm, the very theory which
We will contunue place have to fear most are Inflation put us In the sad shape wa are
killed emphasis we -
of the lake and have been Several article -
es years ago an opposing been good for the past several in.
the relentless While alligators "The STRETCH FABRICS on Agricultural productIons months cattlemen and misled public opi-
by sun. the canal was titled Rapeof our are continuing -
nd marketing.: But at the nion. The forces of Inflationare --Walt Greaves
are protected by law in Florida, and The Ochlawaha." The tragic draw- Apparently stretch Knits fabricsare have: same time we will be work- to Improve their opera- Inextricably bound to our Lake Geneva Fla.
here to stay. tions.. A cow-calf: clinic is
private citizens would be Jailed for down now in progress can certainlybe been accepted so well that In Ing at rural and community development scheduled for producers on Sep shameful national debt and are

killing one, they are being killed by described as "The Rape of the Rod- order to keep up -- wovens, environmental pro- tember 27. Jim Pace, our Ex- such that controls cannot be ef- .
the hundreds In the abortive drawdown. man Pool." too, have entered the 'stretch', tection and pollution control. tension Animal Husbandman, fective. The ONLY way Inflation When Hindi wonder why
Our Home Economics and 4-H be checked Is to \
fabrics do not look dU- may
Stretch : will speak at the next Cattle- you/ are walking it I it lea
f.rentthey'Just feel different. youth programs will be expanded man's Meeting at 7:30. Thursday discontinue deflcltfinanclngand embarrassing to that
say your
Comfort Is the most obvious to reach more people who start liquidating the national /
September 14th at the Agriculture car has been recalled than
of stretch fabrics. can benefit from programs to debt Instead of Increasing It.
appeal : But Building In Starke.Bradford that it was repossessed.
...- also w. ,can't forget the advantages Improve not only their home and County and Florida
community living but also their
of wrinkle resistance ; Feeder calves have been bringing -
The Bradford County dk. ::ill/l and Interesting textures. These own personal development.:Major a premium price at markets -
emphasis will Be placed
are the basic: appeals stretch: on even though production NOTICE
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED '= k'v fabrics. reaching people not now. being increased. The reason our

5 There are four main ways to served by Extension. calves have done well In pastures -
h Even though w. do not have
1479RIRESS.!
stretch In
...',We achieving fabrics and feed lots In the states
I find delight In thy CORESPCN Is a stretch fabric an Extension Home Economics of Texas California Oklahoma
my
/'l commandments. (Psalme made from corespun (producedby Agent at the present time our and Arizona. Federal-State ABSENTEE BALLOTSFor
--::- .:-- :- ;.' spinning a sheath of staple program will continue becausea tabulations on auctions Indicate
llt:47)). fibers around a core of span- good number of our folks that 75%1 of our calves grade

i dex fiber) yarns In either the In Countyhavealready; U.S. Good Choice and Prime The First
lengthwise or crosswise dI- been Involved indet.rmingpro- compared to only 25" ten years Primary, Sept. 12
ASS 0 'AT ION All of us really want the rection. False twist Is mad grams to be conducted in the ,allO.

establishment of harmony and with thermoplastic: filament next several months. Of course, we produce more
1 / \" 1 order. We take a fundamental yarns (polyester and nylon) We already have Extension calves in Florida than we feed ARE AVAILABLE

.tepMn. this| d'rectfon+ when we which: have been crimped. This specialists from the University; out because of freight rates,

review the cornerstone of :tier: means a yarn Is twisted, heat- of ,Florida working with low- ,to, and grain price. in, our At The Office Of
1 E.Lt, MATTHEWS, Editer-Publiiher faith-the commandments and set and then untwisted. Income people In the Stark.area .. Supervisor Of Elections In

I Published each Thurtdey and entered' et Second adopt them for present day liv KNIT: STRETCH Is achieveddue Allen on Improved ornamental housing. Mr. Ed These better prices for our The Bradford. County Courthouse.,
to the nature of knit ,, specialist '
con: "
CI..M..r. at the POll Offic. at Stark. Florida. ing. As we affirm divine orderIn struction. It has bulit-in from Duval I County; Is scheduled calves of 1*the also a good Indication .t
under Act.f March 3rd, 1879. mind and affair excellent Job our
our body to
MechanicaV present a lawns
stretch: chemIcal program on
Subscription in trade area': 1 year, $6.00; Outside we allow the fullness of all life, Is a method of putting stretch and ornamentals on October cattlemen, selection are, and doing management In breeding ...Neva FlynnSupervisor

trade.. area: 1 year, $7.00 all light,and all good win come In a garment after It has been 19th. These are but two examples of their herds. We hope this Of Elections
to .... woven. of, the kinds of pro- will continue.



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Sunday School 10 a.m Morning Sunday School, IU a.m. MornIng CHURCH Sunday 9:45 a.m. Sunday BAPTIST
Training, 6:18: ; WMU Prayer Worship U wn. Evening Sunday Highway 100 at Theressa) CHURCH MACCLENNYSunday
Worship at 11 a.m. Sunday Worship at U. Training Sunday School 9:45: ajn. School 11 a.m. Morning Worship
Circle, 7:15; Evening Worship Worship 7.-James Shaw pastor. night Service at 6:30. Union 6:30 pan. Evening Wor- Morning Worship 11 a.m. 6 p.m. Training Union Sunday School 10 a.m. Mass 12 noon. Holy

7:30.: '. Wednesday night prayer ship, 7:30.: Wednesday Prayer Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. 7 p.m. Evening Worship. Morning Worship U a.m. Day Mass, 5:30 p.m.

tice Mnndav--Children's Youth Choir Prac- LAURA BAPTIST .''meeting at 7:30.: Meeting 7:30Rev.. LeonT Thursday night Prayer MeetIng Wednesday7:30: PrayerSer- training Union 6:30 p.m.
Choir
7 p. m. Sunday School 9:45: a.m.Morning "Cecil E, Crawford, Sr. Pastor Odom Jr., pastor 7:30: pjn.David vices. Evening Worship 7:15 p.m. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF COD

Wednesday Prayer Meeting Worship U a.m. Evening Rodeos, Pastor -Rev. Bob Cooper, pastor Wednesday Night PrayerServices Ralford Road & Weldon SI.
7:30: ; Adult Choir Prac- Worship 7:30 p.m. Midweek BIble 7:30: p.m. Rev. Merle Sunday School, 10 a.m. MornIng -

tice_Denton, 8:30 p.m.Sumrall Study Wednesday, 7:30: p. ;, I STARKE CHURCH FIRST PRESBYTERIANSunday School 9:45 PINE LbVLL i!; BAPTIST BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Packham, pastor. Worship 11. Sunday Evening

pastor. m.Be i,' I; OF CHRIST Morning Worship, II a.m. Youth Sunday School 10 a.m. forn-< Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng 7 p.m. Thursday night, 7:30

la church Sunday. ,'I'! Bible School, 10 a.m. Wor- Fellowship 6 Choir Prac- ing Worship 11 a.m. Pre' tier- Worship 11 a.m. Evening BAYLESS HIGHWAY BAPTIST -Charles Thomas, pastor

ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL Lester Austin, pastor. ship Services, 11 a.m. and p.m.8 verces Booster Band, Young Worship 7:30 p.m. Prayer Sunday School, 10 a.m. Wor-
tic Wednesday
p.m.
CHURCH. STARKE 8 p.m. Midweek Service Wed- ,, People, and Prayer Service), Meeting 7:30: p.m. Wednesday.Rev. ship Service U a.m. Church

Morning Prayer, Sundays at HAMPTON BAPTIST J.nesday 7 p.m.. Ladles Bible CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF 6 p.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m. J.C. Saunders, pastor Training 7:30.WednesdayPrayer 6:30: p.m. Evening m:1m1: ;1:1i1:1i1ij1: : H! 1iimiii: :; : :::::..:. .-
10 a.m. -- Rev. John M. Flynn. CHURCH Glass Thursday II a.m.Church LATTER DAY SAINTS Midweek Service Wednesday Worship : .

Rector. Sunday School 10 a.m.; Morn- located one block west on SH 1404 E. Bessent Road 7:30: p.m. Rev. John Strickland, Meeting

Ing Service 11 a.m.; Bible Study 16. Pastor. 7:30 p.ir ,

FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH 6:30: p.m.? Evening Service 7:30 ;-J.P.H. Bell, minister Family Home Evening-Mon- CHURCH OF GOD Rev. J.DT Robinson OBITUARIESiijj:1i:1jii:1:1:1j:1i

,. day OF PROPHECY, BROOKER
LAWTEY, FLA. 4:30 MORGAN ROADB
P.m.Wednesday Primary- Tuesday p.m.

Radio program, WPXE, 8 to Bible Study 7:30- Prayer and rt'EIlILLONGHEGA: \; TlOXu. WednesdayRelief Society; \PTIST CHURCH Sunday Worship School 11 a.m.10 a.m.Young MornIng People' -- BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH :;::;:;::::: ::::: :: :: : : :;:>}?' } ::.;.;.:.'

8:30 a.m. each Sunday. Bible p.m. .. ', METHODIST:: CHLRCII: : 7:30.Thursday: ( BROOKER, FLA.
School, 10a.m. Sunday; Preach- Melvin Hamel, Pastor I Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng M.I.A.: 7:30 p.m. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- Service Service 6 p.m. Evangelistic Rev Jim Temple pastor.Sun-

ing, 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Worship 11 a.m.'oulh Service SundayPriesthood, 8:30a.m. ing Worship at 11. Training Prayer Meeting, 7 p.m.7:30 Wednesday day School, 10 a-m. Ron Bristol Rosa M. Kelley

Prayer Meeting and Bible Study, DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH 6 p.m. Evening \\orshlp, Sunday School, 10:30 a.m. Evening t'nion.. 6:30: ; Evening Service, Come and with p.m. Superintendent. Training Union

Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. We welcome BROOKER 7:30: p.m. Rev. L 1.. Grlffls Meeting 6 p.m.Sacremen 7:31.: -Rev. Bobby worship Harris v 6:45: Lowell Douglas DI-

you.-- A.E. Massey, pastor Sunday School 10 a.m. Wor- '. < pastor.OVARY Jesse I 1). Branson Branch W"dnesdayPrayer and par rector. Worship Services 11 a. Mrs, Rosa Molt Kelley, .DoC,

ship Services 11 n.m. and 7 l President.HLILBRONN. Bible. Study 7:30 p.m. SMYRNA MISSIONARY m., 7:30. Midweek PrayerSer- Brooker,tiled Fl'Id.'ltW.. 18,

p.m. 'I raining Union 6 p.m. BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Bob Cooper pastor BAPTIST CHURCH vice, 7:30.: Lavern Outlaw, musIc after an extended Illness

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, -Rev. Lacy Conway: pastor School 10 a.m. Morning CIIL'ltCH! BAPTIST HIGHWAY 16 N. 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday Services director. : Horn In Bradford County on

STARKE Worship II. Training Union, 9:45 CHURCH OF COD : Sunday School 10 a.m. ',' Dec. 1%); 1892, she was the cluifihtor -
Sunday School 9:45; Morning LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL 6:30. ,Evening Worship, 7:30.( Sunday School : a.m. 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. Preaching, 11 a.m. Training UnIon of the late Caleb and Sarah
Worship at 11 with sermon by Morning Worship 11. Training Sunday School 10 ajn. MornIng GREATER BETHLEHEM 1
HOLINESS: CHURCH Pastor 5:45: p.m. Evening Worship, W.llkol'Iol1! and had lived In
Rev W.B. Johnson; Church Sunday School 9:45 .; :: Rev. Jim Black, Union 6:30 p.m. Evening Ser- Worship 11 a.m. Sunday 7 p.m. Everyone welcome. FREE, WILLBAPTISTCHURCH Bradford County all of her life.
6:15 Evening Worship vice, 7:30. Midweek Prayer Evening 7 p.m. Youth Night, Cor. Ash & Chestnut, Sunday
Training. ; Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth -Wlbur Dyess Pastor !She was a nut r of IV-cUn J
7:30 with sermon by liev. Service 6 Evening: Wor- Service, 7:30: Wednesday, 7:30: p.m. Prayer School 9:30; Morning Worship Baptist Church
Johnson p.m. r -Rev. L. Tommy Howe pas- Meeting Friday 7:30 p.m. 11; League 4 p.m. Night Service -
five dam'lilcrs
ship 7 Surviving (arc : ,
RIVER BAPTIST
Monday-Youth Choir Practice p.m.Tuesday NEW (tor. -Rev. Y. W. Kldd, pastor FIRST UNITED METHODIST 6 p.m.Rev.. Jasper Williams -
U \\lld-
:
Mrs. let of
7:30 Ruby ron
Prayer Meeting : ,<.Sunday School 10 a.m. Moi'n- STARKE a ,
7 P.m. Woe 11 '1 ruining pastor. wood; :Mrs.'lllco J Iytl, Mronker.Mrs. .
ship a.m. School
Ingi Sunday, 9:45 Morning
Night p.m.Rev. MISSIONARY KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST ;
Wednesday-Family
W.B. Chauncey pastor Union 7 p.m. Evening Worship, JORDAN Worship; Junior and Senior : l.ellln I'crsiiiKvr' MUt-(
Supper, 6 p.m. Prayer Meet- 8 : ( BAPTIST MISSION Sunday School 9:30; Training MYF 6 LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST land; Mrs. Odessa Hall, .Jacksonville : : -
6:30. Teachers and Officers p.m. Wednesday.l8ht ser- 301 behind Tutee Union 10:15 ajn. MorningWorIII groups, p.m.
ing ,' f.S. North ; CHURCH ; and :Mrs. 1-nulsc Harrison
Meeting. 7:15. Church ST. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC: vice 7:30 p.m. Everyone 1\01- Freez Drive In. Sunday 11 a.m. Evening Worship Wednesday 7 Youth Choir Rehearsal Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng Cloirwaicr; five suns,

Choir Practice, 8 p.m. CHURCH, STARKE come. I'School: 10 a.m. Worship Service 1M .om. Prayer Meeting 7:30 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meet- Worship 11 Evening: Cliff I Kellcj', of WitdwiHKl; ...-
Ing a.m.
Chancel Choir
Jim Countryman, pastor : ; Rehearsal -
Father James Cregan, pastor II a.m. and 7 pjn. Prayer Wextotsday.Rwr.S.C.Cuthbert 7:45.: Worship 7:30: p.m. Wednesday von Kelley, St. Petersburg;

Saturday Mass, 7 p.m. Sunday Service 7:30: ( p.m. WdMMda Factor Rev. George L. Everyone welcome I-.C. Kellej', WaldorUiur; -

NOKTIIS1DE BAPTIST Mass 10 a.m. Holy Day Mass, AIRPARK HAFIIST rilll.'CIISunday >'. Interim Pastor Harper liev. Robert Halsten, pastor ley !Sirasola; and Stephen Ivcl-

CHURCH 7 p.m. School, 10 a.m. Morning -Leroy Olive, pastor E.L. Icy, Jacksonville! ; one sister,

Intersection of Highways 16 Confessions Saturday LAWTEY
(North) and 225. Rev Wayne I>.m. Worship, 7 I>.m. UcdnesdiivI'rajer HIGHWAY iS-lOOA FLA. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH; !glue; 21 grandchildren and \\1
OF CHRISTAT Schedule of services Sunday
Wells, pastor. School of Kcleion: :\ and Bible Miidv CIIURCII Sunday School, 10 a.m. MornIng : Sunday Service Sunday School I-grandchildren..
MELROSE School 10 Wor-
Sunday School, 9:45: ; Morning druclu; School Sund.I11. ;i>.m. touriK Pcoples1t"l'l- Worship, 11; Training Union a.m. Morning 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship, I Fuucl'al services were held

Service at 11. Evening Service, a.m. to 12 11<1(11I., InK every Mond.i 7 p.m Schedule of Services: 10 7; Evening Worship, 8. Wednesday vice ship at 6 11. Evangelistic Y HE and Ser- 10:45: a.m. Evening:: Service, 7:15: at 2:30: p.m. Sundi1) In IfcdanIVipiist :

7:30.: ( ,Wednesday Service 7:31)) high( School -- Sunda, 7 ,C.l'! Prevail, ;pastor. i l.\ci: ;> Sunday Bible'11 Study Even-a.m. Prayer Meeting, 7:30. Meeting, p.m.each Wednesday Prayer 7:30 p.m.outh Group Meeting, Sun luirch Kith Key. I..I
Morning Worship a.m. :
p.m. p.m. one welcome. Rev. Leon T. Odom, Jr., pas- :> day, 6:30: p.m. (I'.uhcr and Kev.: Mm l'oIlIlU'man }'-
ing Worship 7 p.m. tor. p.m. -- Rev. Daisy Kight, pastor -J.C. Brown, minister officlaliiiK. Inlel'm.'ntVas

All other evening-8 p.m. In I ItUan! ('t nnyteis uiulcr direction

of I KoUitl' ( tones '.'line -


I 1972-73 Bradford County BudgetNOTICE I'alllxsiicrs ml I Ionic, were grandsons

of :Mrs. I\elle) .



I'Ei1ii1!!uraomen rrDm City of_Stark._ _or.p V.nue I !.(100.001 BUILDING RESERVE FIN. .- E. 1\'illiIgluun I i

Th. Baud 01 County Conniimonen. 01 Bradford C....., Will Meet Un "Inn41. SIIAL.1, L'II'I\ !lD-9 Entimatd. Receipt
I A..... 5h At 9-30: A.M. Far The PurpoM or llc.tm R.q..... And CM>. Nc" M Ur.I.. ..... wl. ........._ /r.l. .h .... L.Mx.h. ,
p1..,.. RcKitdimi The 1972-73 Budget. And From( Day To Dip Thereiller, 'n.. lOt FSn51 U.. nLESrvNu \ 1111. 115 .1.."15 hRAILino Elijah Wllllngluim.; 1C:;, of
II It I. Deemed. N........,. AMS lu n/ ellllll,11nAWANn" ,,, CA.11 I 5O.000.00 Sinrkc, died 'luesday, AUK.I 13; ,
oJ'' r I\'Y5 AI h Yo I in ( sines vIIhe Medical tun
I; e Moni.. _...4223.250.O'!! the

GENUAL' FUND) //n1,1 YII\I'I' Il 'xtll'IS" A\1IIAIA\l. F' I 305. ?0.O2 lu, AI.tSII5tAllll' ,, ,II, I FIIiIISl51k Icr. Me wasa retired carpenterand
a member of the Baptist
Eilimnlcd. R..i,.. iM.11.,,**> .Uv .l'I... V..r 1044 .........,. me. Tw-,.? '..P44Edtiiuicd _4 W.OI'" \ 0F119YN1AI Church.

to I/.1.IlmlJI. n.NWANI",,
"NC M u_ ..- -.... -. IMw/sMrn/ _I .h.. ..... I.IwAM: J I 1S1 V'I Y',1' AI T co fAIII __ .. ,, I'Survivors are oncslcptlauKli-
Inn 6.164!... w Mill" .l .. -' ,209.71j11)1 E.,..... 777 Wlal '
,, ,, ,
.Liferarycr II! ;_k2L!! Cj.ty fc Stat. ; I L II IA r IuU/,111111 I' AI.AwIf" [ ; four sorts; l-tsicr

"' -F,!(iaral. p !.mburg__ .mont lorean.a to. .1.L.It'-.Daa_'T'. I ,. TT. 11.169.20 3643T''' all r r'...*....:.." :::.wl..1. w.a.ruulw WlwW.rmW.M..4I.lr M R, w. Irwl :IM.J..r C..PIMMNW. t. _.1>'11>''''' amyl, .,. n'. r ..A.'...'.dE..n... -, ,'" '4. -Weslcyr'And, ; J.I'. \\'111111ghamhllm ,

.Id', .I--l"I'UAJjL; 99ant.TlISrPILL1- a ,.., II._ -.I. .........MM.I -' s.d-..-....-- L". Atlanta, (ii.; one stepson,
s11xQsd : .4u.97
& ..,... ...,, ..
',.1 o.J:. .LI'lj.t.ration.! ; ; .115.00 I4.mlew.1 n um sae h. IM C..pdM" I I'mnllllInneU/ of :forth Carolina -
i no_ g\y. gijontrot7Stat.i"Bo'ari3Heaitn: state ."6Q0 0 i- 3O00' ... .. ... Iw ; a/id four grandchildren
;
1 _Mo quitQ C. C91 stets Board HaaltH 8tat IIT4MS 600:11evenus : : ... Transfer to S n Ra.erv.r.n.f.r ", ,
i:: :-z"b '- dmr Funeral I services
held
__ eh no 775;.qOcr.OO- = = lust lie = to Roed a Brld a Fund were
__MQtaiAOIaiU.LiCQD.9fi.7gupat4o"ql I01T:0;: jj: once C C.nata Roads 1,000&<<1- .Dar.H ticenaa 6,600:00sy.c.91t1.tc.nI. () 6aequeaucollel.h_ xy.n..s4ad a Pine 6Porr. un un -z 0 : 02.12 Memorial Chapel! with 'ev..llm l:
U7.50._ i.- m .a to ut av Fund ._ _
Black
(1L.a.LqldLYUJacai"t.: _. ., 6t00d'00:: Tax ou5Jt a. !: .. ofClcL'lllns.lntel'munL was
Jga. Rttcaipta 919.3 : Lark iDT11." APlNOPNiA'' IIIIYYX4LRVg 1111 Oak Grove; Cemetery.
Land .."RQ.qinto
<> >trrol..tirapt..frpirji.pe -4.11E a "'H'7.' 10114 .
imtur.iqm.inb' ....from. ; ;Citv to Civil D afana. -.2.500.50baa..4.. ..h.r 9490715. YIItQhF 'Iu9.ITnMI'' d.
Rent 1. .InlurYC.rBmntenancor I Hessio ColsonMrs.
-
zoning -. --.- -Boo.: : = = County DaatennnC. 9501799 II.II'fOil CA II IALANr6TQUSCARRIEDFOR.AA' ,
!Lt.9LJlthJ2.lUn.paction __, 9- oL ioui.mant 27. 560.10 101.101' IIn1VVLYTNCNT9' '...
Mi.c. n.n. ou. Ravanu 500.0 u _nay Rqui eat 0i9I1t TOTAL RUIII.n(sh.I' .d.A.o A........Ira...... ..Pam LF.413).
-
630 BessIe Colson, 71, of
... of Way- 00_
.., '. t'IISIM' ,h1 F11'I', X04, 764yD0I died AUK.
: : -lajDt.nenc..0LalcpnderTxoxmpru CAI'ITALULTLAYrUNI) )) Hampton, Saturday,
'I'I lII >siiM\ri-ij II1LLn'IYKS n ym.lovl..l 6 970.69 .pitimitrA Receipt 19, after a sudden illness. !She

AN( I-S 'IO Dh HMI,,,:,H, .III HIHWAHO' TAMI1W Q.Q..IIJL rot\I.APPHOPlll. t rIIIYYIIh.Yk "N/1 An Uw rlmu, M.Mn. wl, ........_ h.d, .h ...... ,- ....... ._ inS a native and lifelong resi-
HUM id I tM r'siMHsrit' I (rwn'IH'.UHK "'UU.I/IIYTINLITI' I.n r.1I. 'III.' .. '.:J dent of Bradford County, and
rom Building neaerva ..Wnxi1/11' Ioh.Y( NMI/.Ayl"
n AI' 15115 SI/I/ 'III III','' A\II IIAI' AI'S -''-.117. YnFNoIlq.. ul,T..I U.dulhw -Raylllga! 77755eT: was a member of the First

,.,..... ...-11.y... 9 144 Ktlimitail. Thur.. .. .s.U4 I 94'1199 II, ''V I' tIII ---f---Tr.n.t.r u.. from Building B..arv. :Jo-J.347.651SIIMM Christian: Surviving: Church.are five daughters,
'" "IYVkSTIVNTY (A.eTOTALNUIIt.TSh.l
'QII'
Estimated. Epe..e." 1 ''d l....lAn.m. A...'....'...d...m Ran c.'413). 305. 703.02 In IAI., ,O II1111In\I 10,623.00 Mrs. Elaine: Smith, of HamptonMrs.
Mildred Hammond
...,...... .
I A.wt.aM' I" ', roo I\n\15I1 x11 H1'i5"' Starke
L-Salary ol County Comm.. onau 19,593. 51Ai FINE AND FORbFITURE FUND .Inn AS( IS _'MlltlBIHU'I_ III' M'''H\VAHl ram ; Mrs. Evelyn Jenkins
oth.r Paraonal fi.rvlcaa EilimeleJ. Receipt.FmimateJ 'J" HMI. Ir 'qo'I] Oca la; Mrs. Kathryn Boynton
etc ) n Pun a .t .mn I Social acur ityu ix 6. ,o" ""'""nuna falnesvlllc[ and Mrs. Carolyn
l : and-or Expanae.Contribution. Qlfixasozaa< "'c h. Uw r.$" _..... .-. ...."..._ r. .wl .h ..... 1....uo.k.. 'allun/uIl' 'u" vAvn uu AvuY .U '.u"u ,. ; <
1'iyes .I' .C. two
D.V.11uth.SUW.V.AUth..DePair 15 500.0 0 Ill "" 1,11.. lUitncr ,; sons,
Aito Allm..n<-- 1. Tr.u.l .county_Com l..lon.r. 'c'00 91.44as Futaid" E........ C\V.\ Colson, I/.akewood. <':Colo

Insurance ULU J.41L32.InI -. Ilr Wr.d. W JMMU'.b.A..lr..l..p.' and Thomas Colson, 1'Starke;
ub..dll. I .._.. .. .. .. =.:
0.6 II .1 5.r- k..4 by 5. 23 grandchildren and 12 great
Advar tl ingcommunication _e15 D% \I. ,,,,nt.1, I I"'L"U" I' 3.1 446 I ..._,_. ,
Attorney Pee. 6 Discharges ooo.D60 I grandchildren.
.i Bridge E "lm.ntI.
I co.t. 'a. up F.nu"I I l .111119" 1 Funeral services were held at
Mj.lnj--.njnp Q Kqntpmont H"ASI PSI". 'NF" ",,,'OI"r Yn11WAIlU, ro111
fl! i'APPX1/r111ATlo.A' 623.8).IXVL InJones Memorial
10a.m.
aulpmsnr lunr",: VII' \I FSIu' w'OS( O Monday -
S -Y. "ark Circuit Court .. i from u 'R' HIN LONTINDF31' : l Chapel! with J.C. Brown,
P1t
-
r. .. 0IIV' hWI0I7III
B.l.ry D putlCl.rKa a.A.ji.tant. 41.,3IMDaiaterTbsn3.41ede 1''11Al' I\IIM51I11 III' '' 01'" Y\IIIIA\II\ ij;:;: : Charles:
>- .. Cl.rk. C.COurtult < Sin, ,NI. Im/l, MW1WI799 Jr., and Reese Chris

__ 11.p r1rk /' Court _jgq.0a Ku..nre.I '. tian Church ministers, officiat
a ttornwto3oar. 'of County commlaalon ,.a._.. .d .hh.d..w.w.d" "-.0__ "ID IVYP0T8PYTY S ,'nu10T.1. Y Y M 0 000.00 ing. Interment was in Kingslcy
__ a5p..or's Commissions in, or.ft.nna Alan D.IIc_ .._._ h..d h. .M' C..Pm.1M 171.11 :
.. p ... 01111I." ,,"_''d F...J.A_.,A.'LW.l.r.' 9..4.'V..411). Lake Cemetery under directionof
Salary auppTImant Circuit Court a.cr._tariafial.rv ...sOIWl DeWItt C. Jones "funeral

cwnty jud.,. > Clerks, .405 80 9 isn'll &_Tury Pea. -4,722.24then IIKAI.TII: MINI Home.
of A..l.tant. '--
Jfllary
court Coe rwllmeicil: ReceiMeMM

[.....auppllm.nl other than: to salariesAla Clark for count/ r 4.'00,00_ =!!a14CY..zJUt:! DoMatghingPund. !!- A C h. I Uw _._.u _..... !....."..!._ HMH! .hv *>|*tr. 1.pr'IW. .. j :; [ : ; ':
_S !! !". iiii111:: ; i1;mmmm111 ji1i11 1jit.:: ;:::1:::. :t::;:
.
.
Salary Allowance Sup.rvl.oc f. Travargupigl.ctlon. ot etactli"to on.erv a.ouo.o'400-0 :: 'intl.9 .. a.. O-- I'n' "15 A t ton ... 54.544.00I 'iI9)'tL 8-=

ant Stat. Atto 4 ,In1AI.' IS 5141, Dlntllns,,
.g..0000'0: iI.1.1JulD :: ;r.13- Card Of Thanks

,..-_ AJ..o odlNanten51T0'e'or! <:our. HOU.rh.ntb.r b.( .4,1. IS I5111/O lnl 6111.' ..49i.99Hi.
U'1. ..
Inou..C Physician. P. OH.DO ,,, ,
o.UA Nu ASF' ''n n. Illlulll" II I KIHWAIM1 ASH

Retainer UtilttiM NafFenance ountV 5 V vg County u 9.504Q*-2JQQ ,''J I S SI/\TI ,ICmTIIIIAI :j::j: 1j:1:1:1iiii:::::: i1i ijjj1i1ij1ijii11j1m1:1j:1:1:1jj:1:1;;; ;::::::;::::;::;

ot .Comm.rc. S. 500.QQ AU of_ \115151' 1111 PI' 7114115(15, "'!...
,; Officer x14ie ut m ".. .tant yl6Yp.xp.n
.ts .n. service 1. 50.00 -f !!-
owanca ra5l nor 5eiViC urric .. Other than Salaries Our heartfelt thanks to all
Fir. Control 7.011.5111.B61.05 300 E"m.f.d ".pen..m.II. who extended comforting
I.OLIt..rv 4 ui menu 5500.00 ._.. ... ...._ M.W..d..Ih.h, ._...__ sympathy
Zoning .... a./M./ N ......,,tow IoM. h. IM 1'.rmnAl and help In our recent
ji Mf.tof tor v.hicl u eaic1LSD.n4C.t10f a Inspection Equipnani(: 500.OQ roT II.APPIIOPNI.ii, 6 N Ih-Ir.. ,._ sorrow. For the beautiful ser-
coron.c. lnqu..t. -BO20.033.9)9-!! -:! !''iI.unO"'NI, ; t.t. oar 0 Ilea t under vice, floral offerings and other
II.-lt. F..dYww0. 4 02 or da Statut..
29.483.8O10Th.
t n p.fanaa. 1.200.00 911CN1'. ''" .... O? kindnesses, we are deeply
ivil D.t.n. gqulpmeipi .
u. 1WA47'19 .APPNIIPNIATIINSNIAIHV grateful. The children of James
Mo guit9 C9r>jit: "dTO.r"J
g
: LONINL' .. ,
Mo.auitT rnnt.ol iLand Fill: m.n N Y VISI'L1 II. Carl ton.
"o.oltaji.ntal ..!'16:6 170' 'N'U.\I..NTII' Coot WMNIIII, ';VWWII71m _N h.5_
aradforfl Health proqraia. 943 80 TOTAL. HLDGkTsh.1. : L d.A...' ........'.a.d,_ ,_C..NS. 60 957.00 91t. I I ,.. "M9V9a190
Tncomotency H.arimi.oftLArfmiriiMTi aa.9 I.
.-'. JU"."" h V V .A
T.a Hn.p"jt SINKING RESERVE FUND
Words fully
can never
Tarooo.ooloop expressmy
buianc. Service lOt.110'0' 'IVYRATNENT9 Con
-...n.r Burial.jmllrl' .poIi EettiiMUrd. RoctipuM.IU 'OTA. .IIIH.U""IYh... ti... A............,.e............. pem CF.40)' 29.493.00 heartfelt thanks to the frl-,
_
t / ln'ooctou iLii Nr M Dr -._.. __ _I ..IwA..1I w.l, .h M.o L..xAhq .i.,in....__......... .!_,*...,*fc.u.._..r-V_.. Buc1tord C..q ends and neighbors for the floral -
J: K Ho. a iI 54fl.4aEl r1\IY ,. ..m....,_, ....... : .. Auau.t 21. IOn tributes memorials, food,
M-r.tna Horn. 60. 72.50
-?_- 1.74Q9.,0Q9 din R..arv. /
I- {1./k1 cards and letters expressingtheir
Hfgra ation Clee4ge.14'a .
Library 27 7tOO I" u., ., 151AI, 1nttIP i'/.Pf/ (
Bradford 9ountv 60.523.5Q love and sympathy; duringthe
a.M.f" .. n..rF
tore Hom. onom
I- or con.u rvation ''''. (0 1Al1SIU' .U "hL InY.. DG.n loss of my loved one. For

ail flu,A\fY5 'In nf allln/drr 'nw."n', C"III" I 200.00J ._.._,_W.4rma....TOTAL LUDGBP Id..x,...16.1_.,_"' ...,,_.M.6/.h.dn'w. those acts of kindness concern

ORC NT G"N. 1 .I' ,. ) ,\ M I '__.'_ .10- and wspeclally for their con-

nand 1 uNM.U711. IIAI15111, ,Ili, II'I'AxA A\/Y -- tinued prayers, I am eternally
"'N' R"Fcla'"bl I I( -d 'd grateful. May Cod richly bless
cou .a our 500.00a91or9r
ALANC TOBKCHI E.i..d, L.pem.U. We Repair Most Business Machines all of you. J.D Doyle
.._.. ... .MI..1_V d..I..I.r d..re.
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m a TYPKHRITUISn =:J.
ROAD BRIDUE( MAINTENANCE FUND 40.661t0 .50 For An End ToBiuummMachine
e e e
,\ [ NO MACHINE*
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TOT FL'IIO"'ION I 60.722.5OtIR Woe* .
.. U_ nmneWT ..< ....tl.+mMm Iw.l, .Hj fM*** 41.U14 _...... : 0 h CALCULATORS Maybe/ the good old days/
u r u- -j -.!-. S4.S44.PB- 3CJ447013t.336.99. 9441)701' i I cull Rt.aTKR1 CM.LBIAWSBB weren't quit that good but
.. 111... I." Iti ., back then (hers was only one

eQA.Lnu4kT; J .91 .u. 199 vISI.LI HEX IOTA*) DUPLICATORS CO. TEUGtUPH general in the Army' and the

::e1 7.60S. 0. ''''U''F.Nn r..... average citizen didn't know
Tax
50.911.54your
s
Oaa ov.r Motor Tru.t run" .1.112.48. !! OTAL IUDOITA..c; ............_ F..CF. 41S) 60 723.50 hit name.

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Rally. (From. P.g.1)|) .. ... getting your ?

construction programs In recent :-.-
the hug school 1 ;
loiter run
had been carried on fwstjob?
years r ,
system but must delegate Borneauthority. r I ,4 I iI
.by the use of state funds or
the Issuance of certificates
revenue -
Temple who has held severalprlnclpalshlps "
In Bradford and backed: by; 'J1Ice" tract s.s.ctrse

Alachua Counties, charged money.
that under Casey's sdmlnlaUa- "No ad valorem tax money; ,
don the supervisory staff and has been used" he said. lbb ','
transportation costs have unduly Another swipe at the school NE l
Increased. He said that system was made by Ben Mox- :,:
ley. candidate for School: Board, )
emphasis has been on construction -
and building programs and District 3 "I'm concerned,,. and '.'
getting sick and tired of paying
that he would like to change
higher and higher\ taxes for
.
this to emphasis on the cla.eroom. "
less and less returns on our
.vto/
education dollar" Moxley!said
"I do not believe In all that 1
administrative power In the USO pointing out that total<<$4.7 4
"We school budget wlU If you're one of almost .
said.
were building told, that Temple emphasis would million. million high school and ,):

be put on transportation, but Candidates for the fivemanrace college graduates who will ','
office
to fill the being
wheels run" off our buses on vacated by veteran sheriff P.D. rOlra. start building social security .?

the road. Reddish, foiled to generate r protection on your first .'.
much heat dwelling mostly on I I
,
Casey confined his talk to programs qualifications without mentioning .. y job, get a social security -.,
developed during his administration their opponents. card before you go to work.

dergartens, such the as vocational-free kin third Jennings bid for Starling the ,office making, promised his" This crowd le anxiously observing politicians at the political rally in Lawtey Saturday night. Show It to your employer .

technical center and emphasis that he would be a"work- and make sure he copiesthe
on the library program. Ing sheriff" thus eliminating dish.puty "TheCounlyCommission his appeal on Ms years or In the other race for a court- write In the nave of George ton, of Smoker, candidates for number correctly., *
He emphasized that all of the ; experience In the office, Wallace for President." County Commissioner, District -
the need for an additional de- house office-- County; Judge, how social
find out
can save that cost Starlingsaid. To security v
and Ms long training In which will carry a salary of Tom Rivers, Jr., a Creen 5.Al'Umr.
law enforcement techniques Cove Springs teacher: Frank Holllday, a former protects young work- -'
under the
$24,000 annually recent -
Do You Have Unanswered Marie Carter, Jr., first He said he was wWIng to Judicial reorganization, Williams former Bradford School Board member, and Ben ers now and throughouttheir
speaker In this group, declaredthat let the .people .decidewhether: Carl Hurst stressed his yearsof County; Civil Defense director; Moxley, both of Starke, who
Questions A bout a business man 'Is neededto they had good law enforce- experience as a municipal and Attorney William R.Hesterof are vying for the District 3 careers-call, write, "
handle the sheriffs budget ment or not. Judge Paul Hutchlns a voca- Orange Park also District School: Board seat, now held or visit any social security t"
which Is currently around$130- In a brief talk, Tom Craw- tional-agriculture; Instructor, 25 candidates,emphasized their by Charles Sawyer who is not office.
000 a year. lie promised to reduce ford, an Inspector with- the qualifications, stressing their seeking re-election.
AIR CONDITIONING? pledged his full time to the
the crime rate In Brad- Florida Public Service Com- duties of the office, with no youth and ambition toaccompllsh James W. Wershow, candidate Over 4.2 milliqn childrenget
ford County; and emphasized mission, stressed his experience outside Interests; and Elzle things for the district. for Judge of the First social security benefits. '
programs on drug abuse. In Investigative workIn Sen. W.E. Bishop of Lake District Court of Appeals.
Sanders Starke the children of
attorney, They are retired -
STARKE APPLIANCE SERVICECan "vacation Carter announced protection plans pro for asking for voter support." pointed out that the Job requires City candidate for tho 5th Senatorial Lex Green served as master disabled, or deceased ;
District said he was of ceremonies Introducing theape..ker
legal training and education
-
Provide You With Complete InformationOn gram": to protect the property and that he Is the only one of the few legislators from and John Torode was workers.
of citizens during their
a rural area, and that he was timekeeper, limiting each
All Types Of Cooling absence from home, and lawyer In the race. proud to the called "the last of candidate to five minutes. Medicare is the social seen- M1 fj:>
advocated gun clinics for the Porkchoppers." Sen. Bob The Lawtey Fire Department city health insurance program fV::,
CENTRAL OR WINDOW young hunters prior to each Bill Lockhart a candidate Saunders, the other :5ti! district served over 800 pounds of filed that provides hospitaland t-::
hunting season lie also declared State Representative, District candidate, did wt, ipi mullet. prior to the speaking medical insurance protection >
UNITSFOR that In the matter 25, made his appeal to votersas >ear at the rally. netting the volunteers over for people 63 or over. ;',.
of .
from the State .
escapes a conservative candidate Other speakers at the rat $700. '.'
COMPLETE; AIR CONDITIONING Prison, "everyone In the r who is "sick of liberals. He ly Included: \ spaghetti supper will be The'dependent parents of a i'
Immediate area will be notified scored the Supreme Court for R.A. Croon Jr. of Gainesville served! by the Brooker Vo- deceased worker who was *:
SERVICE FROM TIIF INITIAL INSTALLATION personally by a deputyor ; outlawing the death penalty; formerly of Starke, and lunteer firemen at the school covered under social security "
TO FULL SERVICE: YOU CAN DEFEND at myself when a convictIs and said that people at the grass James L. Tomllnson. also of cafeteria Saturday, starting at can get monthly social security "
large. roots level must start speakingup Gainesville, candidates for Cir- 5 p.m.. and the Hampton firemen -
ON I IN FUTURE YEARS, CAI II. 964-8363 Jimmy Clark, a former will survivors benefits It
If they want protection from cult Court Judge, Group 5. I serve chicken suppersat '
city; policeman, State Trooper Theron the Hampton 'they are 62 or older. +.
A. Yawn of Starke school
criminals next
coddled
now being by ; ..
Fair Prices And Quality Work and county; radio pro- PENSHEOn the courts. A.Z. G\ndy) Adklns. Jr. of Tuesday night at the same ..
mised 4-hour protection to Performance Lockhart said he opposes gun Gainesville a native of Bradford time. In some cases, social security y
A re Our Pride citizens of the county; witha control! and denounced consolidated County; and HerbertSwar- The final rallies will be heldon helps pay the cost of services -:'.
special deputy; assigned to Government also of Gainesville September I ',
wi.lchhesald tz. candidates at Theressa, provided to disabled workersby .

PERSONNEL TRAINED TO SERVICE.: ALL. MAKES his each main township.concern He said was with that wrong Most with of the a racing things car that ale go Is the taking people.tho"I'm voice' Southern away from Democrat 6. for Circuit Judge Group and September 9 at Starke. State rehabilitation agen. ..',,

I youth and that 60 per cent can go wrong with a passenger ," Lockhart said, "but Russell Green, Jr., of Brooker dies ".
;;' / of crime among young peopleis car. In fact the battery i.. I'm not going to support Mc- ; Ekwe Paulk of Crosby Lake; /'
FLA. irfJm about the only item an Indianapolis
323 BROWNLEE STARKE, J' attributed to drugs. He
and Zedra Hamil-
Govern Nixon I'm incumbent
outlined plans to control the driver doesn't haveto or going to : --- - ----- .'
himself with. The
use of drugs through youth battery concern is left at the starting ONLY THE VERY'RICH
.Tffi11'. CHRYSLER. programs.
O S'OB'TIONi'' Dolph Reddish. Bradford line.Most Indianapolis starters FdmUgs'o ,CAN

County; chief deputy; basedMese.e.eaee..rarer..e1.e1NNe..e..e.N..ee..o.o. <
Polypropylene batteries are
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lighter and hove more platen Li14JNT'Adle PROTECTION :

CALL NOW ONLY TWO WEEKS LEFT .Jj..IiOti !hn.trs which passenger They translates cars are at available into tire amp/and for Qiwlner Amtnnifllv h. .) QUALITY WORK ,v::

llitiMi/ hiiinumt, IHIMHII .
uuto center .177l
DOESN'T
l l\irk: .Ire.. ,.. )1', COST IT PAYS 4
Today' Tip: V. V. IIHH7 '
(
) MILDEW SPECIAL Oii) I _
With Vacation most time of today's Is upon earn u. ___ BROWN REFRIGERATION '

carrying air conditioning bat. 4. After many years of being /J.) I am Just completing a term
"KILL IT BEFORE: KILLS YOUR INVESTMENT'" i tery failure can ruin a trip. In business for myself. I have accepted paper for my economics class on !TllliRTHON: '! AIR CONDITIONING ,::
And batteries do foil, in warm a job with a large firm. It the Insurance, business In the I1I'AT PUMPS :
weather if over-worked. starts In about six months giving United ,SIU h:"'., 1'un! you plousi .. -.- -}dJ
i STEAM OR P1URCLEAN, wI it 1; The i replacement >battery me time to sell my business and give me,',the-most iip to-clnluifiK-(- :;
226 '
DUHinew seasonal in nature to get my other business affairs rues on how !ninny people ore | S; Walnut St. STARKK 964-77.11(
,with most made in In order. protected! by health Insurance/tnd
purchases When I start the job. I w
: MOBILE: IIOMES HOUSES; COMMERCIAL BLDGS. : the winter. I can't under will be under the firm's group how much money In benefits Is

.. . . stand this, because the long health Insurance program I'm distributed each \.jur'?
.
.
Wash Wax 25.00
MOBILEHOMES. & NOW est drive most families make not sure that members of A. Over 1H3 million American
: HOUSES . . Walls & Eaves NOW . 35.00 : is during the summer.If family will be covered however.my I were protected by Home ." ..... ---------------1
the battery in your car If aren't. Is there kind form of private health insurance
they some
: Roof. NOW 5* Sq. Ft. : is two year. old replacement of policy that covers everybody a* KMiH begun( according I to CHmule |.11I |-

:. 2 Story Homes & Business Bldgs. Larger Than 3 BR. Home Extra Charge :. should the muffler he considered.that I. questionable And In A.a In family all probability except the father, the? I .* of. Thin the figure Health represents InnurunceInxtitule. '" again : B & F Electrical & Equipment Co. I II

in your own state may group plan at your new place of of about five million people
: FREE: ESTIMATES ON : get you arrested in another. work Includes family members. A during the past yeur. Benefits fur t l'umplctcVirinjC\ Repairs of II t ;
IU67 meanwhile,
Health Insurance Institute survey have been! lilt. '
: Patios, Drive-ways.) Floors. Exhaust Systems, Paint Stripping, Etc. : A new United States Auto last year of 3.0OO group health mated at $: billion paid by Insuring I Industrial., Commercial and Residential t *
organl/utlons. The hens.fit
: (No Job Too,Big Or Small) a aI Club Bettenhausen rule may have the Indianapolis coat Gary per Insurance cent of plans the showed employe that, Involved 99. million.gain In a year's time wu SHIO t :NEW AM) USED CONTROLS I II

had their ,
500. deoendentspro. MOTORS AND SWITCH EQUIPMENT
tected as well. In other words It t t
: :
I CARPET SPECIAL Gary was leading the race
comfortably: in one of the 24-Hour' Service
Penske-McLarens when the NOU(Melt *"f /1 J I t I

: SAVE UP TO 8* SO. FT. : yellow light came on, signaling corns "T'*,? ;* ,'{!'.,' sheO217 F Phone Keystone 473-3755 t
an accident. The pace car / M. C. Bubba
( ) Wells
f"i
"v Manager .
Flat Rat Any Carpet At Commercial Rate Of 8 Sq. Ft. waited for Gary to come ; ?;:
: *, : of. _ __
around and then led him Is a rare group health Insurance _---------..

i CALL ANYTIME AT 964-5771. BOYD SERVICE around slow the speed track at of the 80 miles relatively ployee's plan thai family.does not cover the em- C

an hour. Other fell into
cars On the off-chance, that
.-.-.-............................................................C! line behind him. group health program doesn't your
The procession lasted
several cover your dependents, a family
i --- -, 100 miles laps an at hour a speed slower roughly than job.health Some insurance savings plan In can premium do the "Anybody who throws his 301 DRIVE-IN :

racing speed Gary later told can be achieved by excluding the weight around is apt to lx
I If
.I me that he actually could feel breadwinner forking the boat."

!I.II rNOTE; I II en the When! heat the building track' up was in clear.the Show Begins At SundownFri.

I Gary and his fellow drivers
received the yellow light. He
f stood on the accelerator onlv
to hear and feel the cooked FLORIDA THEATRE ., Sat. August 25, 26
engine stutter and finally
: SUBSCRIPTION; RATES stop, _
The new slow yellow light Showtlme Weekdays 7:00: Sunday 3:00: Saturday 1:00
rule was the subject of much
I '' criticism following the race. I 1TirjiiI ;
TO THE I But if it ever saves a life it Fri. Sat;. Sun. Mon., Tues August 25, 26, 27. 28. 29 ;
I will be worth it.

t| Today's Tip: Children . . 75 c

1 I II ing You in traffic can prevent or on overheat vacation, Adults . . . 5J .00WSTMTHEWIDMHESS j


I Bradford County Telegraph I II II tire this cooling. and summer system auto center.by inspected having your at a t I '-."".



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I EFFECTIVE AUGUST 1,1972 a guardian lion Plus


A PSem..yrRowe'
t .AHINCREDIBLE TN xcanse Ace.nq Tribe presents
I An* Ronald turn Mvvi Jack Bloom Production .,
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Year Six Mos. $3.50 I X-1'
One $6
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IN BRADFORD, CLAY AND UNION 1: \: :'

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I t SEWSIAKISGThue's no Michael DOUGLAS Will I G EER J&VHITAKER JIXfO FOSTER
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haggling here: the e-rakwW6 -' s-s" 'Z'jg110'01! ,*'' 18 yr. up ADM 1.25m I,
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f :m: Answer Call To Sewerage System Study
I. By Linda Wharton ::;
Set Round-Up
::::" Keystone Hilites/ Phone 473-4907 m:: :: I Melrose BlazeThe

or 473-4648.

This SundaySunday. Keystone Volunteer Fire Authorized By CouncilThe


COMMUNITY CHURCH WOMEN PERSONALSMr. ,August 27. to going Department>> was called Tuesday
COUPLE HONORED
and Mrs. Paschal Carr to be a special day for Keystone night Aug. is, to assist
Red-
The first Executive Board Miss Mary Daly andErie and MX.and Mrs.Tommy Torn area Baptist. les Roundup the Melrose fire fighters In a completed within four months with Mrs. Homer and Livings
fearn honored Saturday Keystone Heights City
Meeting of the Community were Union enjoyed a few days recently Sunday: at the Keystone big blaze that destroyed one and estimated that If the -
; night, Aug. 19. with a cocktailparty Grand Bahama Island. Council: took aarstateptowardaolv1nlr project ton.Chairman
on building and Fox asked the
Women Church. threatened several
Church for First Baptist
1971-72 will ftCountry Heights Is approved It will take
Golf the
at the Keystone one of city's long
A fire broke out In their hotel others. Council members to decide
be held Monday. Aug. 28, at Club \ Highlights of the day Includei last week whenIt about two years to complete
1 p.m. In the Educational: Build InCludOdMr. which: added a little excitementto James E.: Frost Florida Ball-. Luckily the Keystone volunteers range\ problems Gainesville' funding arrangements and construct later on how much: they would
Out of town guests : hurt voted to employ a
Mrs. Ernest their trip. No one was Sunday School were holding their regular offer for the water plant and
ing. McLean.n : tint Convention the
John Orlando makea system.
and Mrs. Coarsey time. firm engineers preliminary .
and they reported grand training session when the call bring their proposals to the.
elected both.speakr -
wb' president, urgesall : MIkeDlckson: LoaAI\PI- sand director: who will report on the cost of The Council also employed the
elected officers andappolnt- Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rodger at the morning service;pro came In, and they were on the to make an appraisal next meeting.The .
David engineers
Calif. Mr.and Mr,. treatment plant and
S. five a sewage
; Penny enjoyed a
ed chairmen: to be present.Mrs. Tallahassee and Mr. feughter. motion day for Sunday School scene within eight minutes.pumping of the Keystone Water Worksat matter of annexation

McLean: also extends an Invltn.ttontoall and Schaeffer Mrs. Mike Sandlford) ,Jack day visited trip The to Atlanta Underground, where they and and Church: Training Group; water on the blaze. system.William R. Sad!., of Smith, a cost: of $800. The City is came: up again at last week'smeeting
co-chairmen: to attend. a dinner Immediately followIng The two story frame structure Interested In a possible'pur- and Livingstone urged
the first sonville. then on to Cashiers, N.C. for owned by Mr. and Mrs. Davis ft Associates met with that referendum on the
This being meeting of the morning services; spe- chase of the utility but not at a
:
Hosts this occasion were the Council Tuesday nl4tht.Aug.
It is most on : a bit of golf. They also visited oriented Ernest F. Whitney and standIng be held In November.He .
the year, Important Hunter clal music: and a youth recommended that the price suggested by the owners question
Rodney Bamford Penny S.C. 15, and a
for all to attend and the new cochairmen Charleston and Hilton Head evening service beginning since 182$ had collapsed by which around 200000. said the voters have not
Mr. and Mrs. Herb Mr. the first : was
Nelson. will be living study be made as step
Leslie Beam -
Miss the keystone
to become the time department been heard from on the
) : acquainted: at 7:30.: Sadls said a report on the yet pro
Mr.andMrs.
and Mrs. Ray Crabtree, she toward procuring state or federal -
the business. and at home this year as reached the This posal to annex additional area.
with all events Former pastor of two Baptist scene. water works will be completed
.John Mr.and Mrs. funds for the
Martin. found teaching job close: by.Sbe building housed the project.He No action
for the coming year.DUPLlC'A churches the director has been formerly within two months.At was taken In the
Jim Wharton Jim McMurb"1.and : will teach the fifth grade said the preliminary report -
Melrose-Keystone Masonic
Lawrence however.
described by Rev. the August 8 meeting the matter
Mr. and Mrs.George Leath. would Include enough data
this fall.
TE: BRIDGE In Mlddleburg Lodge. A recently published
Carroll of the Keystone comprehensive
pastor Council divided whetherto
: was on
her for the city to make application -
Duplicate bridge winners of NEW ARRIVAL Mrs. Sam Nlckells, her Heights, First Baptist Church, The; fire spread toana cent to the FHA and state agencies make an offer for the water land use study for Clay
15 at the Melrose Wo. daughters Susanand Nancy! and market County Indicated that the Key-'
August Mike as a real Interesting exciting meat and the home in for matching funds and system at the present time.
man's Club were First, Mrs. niece. Carol Morgan and speaker one thatallageswill back was also aflame but the Councilmen Everett Fox and stone area would be forced to
Congratulations to Daryl and returned that If the city: proceeded with :
W.H. Bartlett and Mrs. C.C., O'Brtan. have Just want to se.andhear. Frost first was extinguished with only have a sewage disposal system
Watklns makingan
Debbie Roy opposed
Johnston the birth of of the
on the survey
from month's tour of tile West. project:, expense -
Carnes Second Mrs. Gay LIvingston their daughter, Trlsta Dawn on a was ordained as a minister of minor damage to the wood trim. would be Included In the offer while Gay Livingston and within five years. The city:
and Mrs. Ray Starnes; Memorial Laurie Beam. Sally Naples the gospel In 1949 and receivedhis Besides Keystone and Melrose Mrs. Vergle Homer1' were In would like to solve the problem
August 19 at Baptist overall cost estimated at$ ,-
Third Mrs. Paley Boyd and Hospital Jacksonville. Jill I Johnson. Debbie Mclnarmyand B.A. ,degree from Hardln- the call was answered by' 700. favor of keeping negotiations before it Is forced: to do so by

Mrs. John Strawn; Fourth Mr. Debbie has: been visiting her Nancy white Enrichment will take Courseat partIn Simmons University In Texas. departments from Waldo. Hawthorne In dlicu..lon. It was broughtout open. The tie vote was broken the State or Federal government -
and Mrs. Jim Pierce. a Senior : Prior to his present position Interlachen: and Crand- ,
(parents Mr. and Mrs. John St. John's River College this Convention that the city: Is fortunate In when Mayor Ray Starnes sided
with the Florida Baptist -
GARDEN CLUB Knight, for several month. fall. They will take two collegecourses Sunday In.Cause of the having the airport property; ala ; :::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::;:?;;;;;:;:;';:;:;:;:::; :;:;:;:;::::':;:;:S&SSS;:::;:::;:::;:;::;:::;:::::;:;:::;:::;:::;:::::;:::;:::::::::::: : .:.
Daryl will graduate soon from In addition to their he served as fire Is unknown. means of handling disposal of 1:':':':' :':':':':':':' :':':':':':';o:':':':'?:':'",:::::;:::: :: :::::::: :::::::::::::::::;::::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::':>>:: >> :t.::
The Garden Club of the Lakes : School to the Baptist -
basic training at Lackland AFB, secretary: the effluent from the treatment
classes at Keystone and will
will meet August24,atthe home : General Convention ofTexas. i iii KEYSTONE DRIVE-IN 1
Robert GrlfOnatlOajn. Texas and will then be trans count: towards their college cre: plant.
of Mrs.
ferred to Denver Colo., where It-was said that the proposed ;
Everyone urged to attend fora Debbie and Trista will Join him. dits.Frank Walker Glenn was entertained For the Sunday dinner church NEWS NOTES plant would serve about 300 con: :::::;:: THEATER ::::'.
workshop flower arranging. members will be bringing basket
night by nections In the city: and that
Wednesday of food to be placed on the By Helen V. fcgan: after It Is Installed septic tanks ;
his cousins Lois Walker Veazy large dinner table. Pastor Car il I
Walker. Mr. and Mrs. Ray would be banned.
i roll has stated that If past din-
.. Crabtreeand Mr. and Mrs. ners are any indication, there'll AARP CHAPTERA Sadis said the report will be N'EY
: Frank Is In .
I James Wharton. be plenty of food for everyone. luncheon meeting of the V..
training at Camp Blanding for The castor and members of Melrose Chapter AARP was Senator Bishop ::::::;: ::::

two weeks and Is from South Keystone First Baptist Church held August 17 at the Eplsco- ; 1 George r:1:;

I Carolina. Invite you to participate in its pal Parish House. Rotary SpeakerAt :m::::::: ::::,

Buster home and Sunday Vests Ikon Aug.arrived 13, Sunday special Round-up Aug. 27. program this from The the following Keystone new and members Lake Keystone His.A ;f 1 Scott: In


i after the Carolina an extended In July vacation they spent In at Geneva this time area:Joined Miss the Betty chapter; Daly review of the last legisla- 1 : WI'

some time at Little River a Miss session given at the ...
tive
In September majoring formerly of Connecticut: ; was ::::1 PATTOTOAcademy ::
resort above Ashvllle University
camping Carolyn E. Kay; Mrs. Elsa Ek- Keystone Rotary Club last Friday
N.C. While they were there.Mr. In criminology.Mr. :
of
of Miami Mrs. by Sen. W.E. Bishop ill.-
lund formerly ;
and Mrs. Robert Menzen and and Mrs. James L. Os-
Lake City. I
Hlllcrest
of
Lena Clemens : ;
children drove up to spend a borne enjoyed a week's visit
from their James L. Os- Mrs. Janet Lamm KeystoneClub AwardWinning 11
weekend with them. During son 1 111i
Estates Mr. and Mrs. The speaker said that Olay
Jr. and his wife and two ;
Phlllls flew
: i August, Hussy up borne
Lori of Charles Wolf Lake Geneva; County would receive $181.000[ :::;:::: :::::
week with Darryl and 1
to spend a them. children:
Rev. and Mrs. Chester Smith In state funds under the new ;;; t1
Leaving there, the Alkens went Blue Jay, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. whereas ;;;:
Lake. sharing plan
to N.C. and to the Hiawatha The Harold and Fredlngrams Bedford revenue 1:
Bryson. received In ;:;:;
Ridge
Walter Greaves of High only $109,000[ was .
Ground which Is visits from Mr. and ::
Camp enjoyed ':':''
YOU OVER located beautiful river. Mrs. Howe McCormick, Jacksonville Estates Lake Geneva are also state funds last year. Movie
.BRIDGE on a active: new members. Mrs. Wl- t;; r t )
They then Journeyed on to and their daughter
Douglasvllle Ga. and visited Mrs. Betty; Marshall of New nana Pope was a visitor. Sen. Bishop said that Insteadof fi; :i
The Influence of the elderlyon reducing the cost of state
Vesta's and his family.brother One Paul of the Davis highlights ,- York last week.City; for several days legislation was discussed by government as was promised, M:::::: SHOW TIME : : :;:

Reserve funds in a savings account here will be of their trip was Vesta's Bobby Drake is certainly proving President Simmons and Including Vice the recent reorganization of departments r; AdmissIon8: P.m. 24 26A UK. m 1
ready in help in any emergency. and will add 10 high school class re-union at the saying "Join the Navy President Sipprell actually created: :
your financial tccuriiy. Make it a habit to de. Callaway Gradens. and See the World." lie Is now the 20 per cent: Increase In Social Jobs and cost about 20 per cent :::.:::.:::.:,; Tl6o""Children! Thurs Fri. :.:.:.:.:..:

posit a part of each paycheck in a savings ac., Roxarme Valldejull returned In Greece and then will leave : Security benefits through more In tax money.A :::: $1.50 Adults *at. ::::<

count here. You'll like our friendly helpful derful home August vacation 13 In after Europe.a won-She be.for will Spain.arrive His home family In Keystone hopes group Perry organizations.May was appointed at followed question the senator's and answer talk.period 'fffffffftffffftA 1 j 1 VffffftftSS&ftW&S&WiWftW ;;; ;1fmm:: .11:1;::::1: 1:1: 1l j11..1 1 11111 1 r 1t 1 1#1:.1:1: ; tM
service. tooKEYSTONE Information
to -
the last meeting get
around Septmeber 6. .
and her friend. Eve Hamilton
of Canada met In Paris and Mr. and Mrs. John Jose spenta on a special discount pro-
STATE BANKMember traveled together for three week In Keystone with the gram for members to enjoy a
at Disney World, and reported -
day fJ.4 iicDtp4uic
Mrs. Jose was
weeks. They spent two weeksIn Frank Ilgens
F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, Fla. the Alps traveled through formerly Diane Ilgen.Barry returned that by Greyhound bus bus will
the Scales..FDodn.Store
Belgium Spain, Holland Lux- with them lora few weeks with 15 or more 3TER %
"t: ur FriendIy.Bank In Your Friendly umbura. and spent nine days visit in Charlotte N.C. stop at the Parish Housh at a ,

-Cammunity..** In Paris.* They also took S.E. McKay spent three days given hour and make. the tripto 1 DOWNT8WtI'fIlYS1'OIIPftftlitrs ,'sly. t If
return i: ;
in Miss. Disney World and i ; C)
cruises I"'to',Iblzla, and Island Lucedale recently. 7
:<< :::: $3 .8re .:::e:::: :::::::;::::,::. :c;:; .*'ten: off the coast: of Spain.and down. Herman and Doris Crane his approximately' 12 will hours be'Inter about'

the Rhine River which divides cousins: 'returned with him fora The total expense
entrance fees
France and Switzerland. This visit here. $11.50 Including
KEYSTONE MELROSE Roxanne's second The First Federal employeesin at the four main attractions
was trip to
Europe and she hopes to go Starke enjoyeda day of swim but Final not Including for lunch.the Disney BON US GIANT BOX 69
again but will wait until the ming and a picnic at the home plans
BUSINESS DIRECTO R.Y of the B.F. Mlzells Lake World trip will be completedat Llml' 1 With $5.00 Food Order
fall next time as the summer on
the September meeting. ...... .. . . .
there.months are, too crowded over Geneva Mr. and last Mrs.Saturday.Jay W. Ellis CLUB 1ii; :::1:111111:;;;;;: 1:1:: 1:1:11:1:111:::;;::;; ; 1:1:;;m:;1mmj:1: ; ;:; m11111M1ili111f1;;;;; ;; :; 1 1j1 i;;;1ri; : ;1pm;V. M1;i@1 1 1 11 I 11 1 11 iWii 11 ; @

Arllss and Bonnie White and and son Jay Jr., of Paradise FELLOWSHIP -
will be heldat H i f1i
FISHERMAN'S SUPPLIES IIARnW\RE-, ( tROENl their three sons of Cocoa Lake left Sunday for several Game-Fun Day .
Beach enjoyed weekend visit days, of sightseeing in Natchez the Lions Club atl:30p.m. today PICNICS
a ) with Ed Roberts "
(
SLIM'S -f/i.-g 'e HAIIDWARI with the Lavon Lowerys. Miss and other points along the as M.C.Thursday Lilly Roberts will be IACON47'IIIII 1111iiji1
w- ANDGARDEN Mrs. D.O. Stewart Is still In refreshmentand
way.Mr. hostess for the
Fish -tl'Stuff Alachua General Hospital but and Mrs. Roy Bridges social hour ; ; Pa8m t
CENTO is expected home soon. have returned after a two-week LB
-
Live Bait Miriam .Mingledorf has re- trip out west with their grandson t;. Shoulder, 45t&&Ji
A complete line of Hdw. turned home after tests at Riverside Bobby Brannon. They wentto (Con't To Next Page) .. % **mf *X* -
Crlcksts.Shlnn.rs.WemsMinnows ire.A Hospital. Jacksonville.: Johnson City and visited the ?i\:::::;:;;::::::;:::::.;:::::::;:::;::::::::::::::::::::::::!:!!::::;::::::;:::::!!!:::,:.::;:::::::::::::::::::::::;:\!:!.; :::;:;:;:;:::::::: :::::;::::::.::::.:::::::::::::::::::::.:::::::::;:::::::::::: : ::: ::::::t::: '
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Sympathy: Is extended to the LBJ Ranch: on to San Antonioto Ii.: ; I ft'Se4 ::;: :
TACKLERODSREELSFISHING Plumbing It Electrical: Supp. family of Ken Truesdell who visit the Alamo and then to S.E. MCKAY

; & HUNTING (;1'9-Tone fertilizers passed away suddenly on Au- Mexico City. Mrs. Bridges reported REALTOR POTATOES 59i COFFEE-L8.69
LICENSES AMMUNITION Insecticides gust 16. He and his family a fine time enjoyed by

ICE Hwy 21 N. 230 yds From were here from Belmont, N.J., everyone and a most historical !Keystone rit.. 473-4816 10 Lbs.
for their Her
enjoying a visit with his mother trip grandson. iXjlftJtiJIxlftiftlX'X'I'X X'X'X'X'X'X X W'W'X't'Xit1 .w.
Key Hone Hgts. 4734357FURNITIIKEG1FTS Light Mrs. Flo Becker. daughter Caroline Brannon '"ftxJvW*>xe''ii; Ai AiA x x<'Xxj*$ .. ... '
"""" Keystone Hols. 473-3663 picked up Bobby Keystoneandshe HOMES ACREAGES

_! Jerry and Nora Johnson are and her two children: Bobby. RENTALSMr. I ) 'F .99 1

Lake Geneva TEtJ-VISI: () -"IR COND expecting Chicago: area company: on August from 25.the and Leigh, plan.to spend a fewCon.tTo Jello 5C ,J8eer- <


TV Service Center Jerry's Johnson mother and his Mrs.sister Evelyn and ( Next Page) 1:01.L..j..; J.M.lh.Rohifnor Chp.nton4.i69. 11..n lly.'Jil 11.440' I .l.-.. ..!.5... :...,3LsRy.. !. .....OMLI. ...................................... .! .:.:! .w..!12. ..o/.....Cans. .:.w..v..Jii
FurnitureGift Quasar brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs.J. P..h.1 C.p 4.l-405t :,::::::::::::::: :::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::;:::;:;:::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::;;::::;::::::::::::::::: :::::::: ::;: :;:;:: :;;::::::;;:;::::;: ;:: :::::;:: ;:;::::::::::;::: : ::::

; Franzone will be enjoyingthe
& Candle Shop TV STERO Florida sunshine for a few _


K\QUSITK: :' (CIFTS;J CAR AND PORTABLE weeks.Mi- and Mrs. W.Q. Dowllng
TAPE DECKSCOMMERCIAL have returned from a few days

Furniture For Every AHDRESIDENTIAL of rest and relaxationlnFrank. PoltttcttlfiSpeatting I
lin N.C. : .
Taste And Purse Mr. and Mrs. H.L. Morgan

$.. OurCondi,, :Ditploy: AIR CONDITIONING and sons. .Hank and Pete. have
>\uSEHIl'E::\ returned from a weekend visit
Hwy. 100 E. Lake Geneva
1 i\E\i:: STONE( : IIEICIirS:/{; with their older son and his
East
JMi. of Keystone Hs.. wife Bob and Mary In St.
47.4651 I Petersburg. Bob Is employedby

...,!iE\LEST.\TE Ectard Drugs and Is reported
MOBHEHOMEWant[ :
it's YOUR that
working very hard. vote counts
Richard T. Lovorn to sell jour :Mobile Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cun- .
Homo'??: If you have a bujer ningham and doughier Maria

Rci Real Erah..nn' :Mobile Home Brokers will have returned from a week's
? arrangeI.L financing: and vacation In the mountains with

insurance details for a bro- Dr. and Mrs. Robert Mulling .

LAKE PROPERTII ( kerage Tee of 10r;of the selling and their family from Starke. MAKE IT COUNT! : '

RESIDENTIALBUSINESSACREAGE'' price. for more Information Terri Thompson has returned
"3"'
call after a weekend visit with her
MOBILE HOME BROKERS husband Kenny, who Is stationed f
APPRAISALS' RT.1 BOX 350 J. at Fort Banning. After two J
more weeks training there he
Keystone Hgts. 473.3254 MELROSE, FLORIDA 32666 will go to Ft. Bragg. I Re-Ele

PHONE 475.1751 Mike Valldejull has returned :
Edna Knepp.ru''c.!' home after a stay at the .
473.4111 Medical Center In Gainesville

following a motorcycle: : acci:

Martha Durbin, AitOi.>> dent. He underwent surgery:
and Is reported doing very well.
473.3362 LEONARD'SOUTBOARD Get well soon Mike! J W.E. BISHOP

Harold Wolfe of Fort Lauder-

BEAUTY SHOP dale was the /house guest of
SHOP Mrs. Elizabeth Grossberg last r

week.


B.auglyl C'L Mrs. Jack Max eld .has returned ;
JUUlI'or. to her office: recuperating ,
..(
.
from auJ'IV7.sa.1a STATE
.J employed; In the Law Dept at SENATOR
the University; of Florida. 1
10v.'I.r' you" Johnson Motors Sympathy Is extended to the

SALES 8. SERVICE hmlly of John L. Anderson
'
$R who passed away on August

Phone 475-2211 J _. GLASTRON ANDCHECKMATE 12 In a Gainesville nursing
A? / Democrat District 5
Between ,e. '...".." BOATS tome.Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Batts .have Paid for by Virginia H. ,Bishop, Treasurer'q.

...e1ih' --:cend Keystone moved to Tallahassee. where he
HeIghts, Fl.. .
Melrose will be entering Florida State

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days at Myrtle Beach. Eddie Turman. I PUMPSI
Mr. and Mrs.Bud Beeler have MUs Deirdre Durbin, daughter CLASSIFIED AD RATES INTERESTED IN BllYlNU.OR BICYCLE Automotive MARTIt'' CAMPUS
enjoyed visits from various of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Dur Deadline for Insertion MondayS SELLING REPAIRING
latives this past week. Bud's bin, spent a week at Camp p. m. preceding Thursday U.S. 90 West Lake City AND USED
nephew and nloce, Mr.and Mrs. ... I
Inunokalee. before publication. CONTACT Parts Tires & Tubes RepairMotorcycles SALES
,
Schwab of. Pittsburgh stoppedby Mr. and Mrs. E.A. Rushton i Phon. 752.3723
for a few days on their way have returned to Keystone Minimum Charge $1.75 GEORGE ROBERTS NEW & USED BIKES For But Selection 01 PARTS
to Key West and a trip to Dis- Height after a delightful stay (Covers IS words) Also 3 Wheeler SERVICE
ney World. Gerry's parents, at their mountain home In Hla- Each word over 15, Btf! REAL ESTATE TRAVEL TRAILERS Deep and Shallow Walls
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gibson wassee, Ca. While there, they Trikes For Adults Lawn Mowers I' MINI-HOMES Water Saftnars and
a re here for a visit after selling had as house guests, Mr. and All Classified Ads must be PHONE 964-7826 MACKS TRUCK CAMPERS
their home In Deep Creek Mrs. Eulle A. Rushton. Jr. and paid for In advance unless 3 MECHANICS... : I AND TOPPERS I FiltersPlumbing
Md. They are enroute to their their children KImberly and you have established account 421 W. MADISON... ST. SWAP SHOP
home In largo and will be full- Stephan. Also, Mr. and Mrs. with The Telegraph. In that 3 MiUs South On 301) JIMMY OWENS I Full Line Of( Parts And ,, Supplies
time Florida residents. Howard Folk and their son event 5W! extra charge for EXPERT SERVICE ON
Chris Zowarda and Ms Danny of Holly Hill, S.C. Mrs. billing. Not responsible for 4TP 9/14 CLYDE JOHNS I Service ALL MAKES
friends, Eddie Cardenas, Jr. Folk Is Mrs. Rushton's sister. errors when given over the JIMMY MOOftET PHONE
and Mark Hutchonson, left a They were among the 60,000 phone or when copy Is not WORKING girls and ladles need 964.7061DURRANCE
week ago for Boone, N.C. people attending the Georgia typed and brought to the of- SUN SPOKT9 J PUMP.SERVICE JACK EAVES to borrow extra money. Call
They have rented an old form Mountain Fair which
Is an annual fice. Margie at 964-7449. tfchg
house which was built In 1890 event in Hlawassee. - MOORE BOAT FOB. WQlS&RJifS PUMP & SUPPLY CO.
'I and Chris will attend WRks College Mr. and Mrs. Roland Town- YOUR MONEY EA YESSHELL '
there. send and Mr. and Mrs Hal CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Wells 2"'Ind up' FOR RENT- afr-condldo+fed, Moved
Bert Hcptlnstall and Edna: Adams of Middleburg, and Mr. Bttrke Ph. 9944791 cottages on KIngsley Lake.Call 5 Blocks North
Cromer have returned from a and Mrs. E.R. Fox attended the $1.75 per Inch 24 Hr. service oji: All I 533-2366 after 6. tfchg 864 N. Temple Ave.tiOTS .

week's visit In Annlston,Ala. recital of Mrs. Jean Nice, recently 2 Inch minimum -- $3.30 Complete Outboard A makes
where Bert visited friends, relatives at the Civic AuditoriumIn Stern Drive Senrlce and .
-- GOULDS MYERS-
and craft &
many shops.
Jacksonville. Repair. Complete Fiberglass .FOR SALE StarV GOT
The Jim Zowarkas enjoyeda J JACOZZI PUMPS
Mrs. Frank (Bonnie)
Jones Memorials Resolutions Proclamations & Country Club,, ready for'
Sunday visit from Ken and Repair. Custom-
Is a patient at Alachua General 'thanks Fbrfebi. Soma
Card of Pump GARAGE building on ent.
Jess Williams and their children
Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Jones' built Fiberglass Fishing Lots approximate
area 1/2
$4.00 Minimum up to 50
Jimmy and Nancy,of Jacksonville
daughter, Mrs. James Mus- words Each word over 50- ,,Boats./! 99H BUnding Blvd. acre and larger. Paved roads
Dennis ,Kane and also of Houston.Mr.and Mrs.1'ish grove of San Antonio, arrivedon I PHONE 264-3630 435 E. Madison St. LAKI'GENEVAMOBILE only 3 minutes from town
Thursday for a visit. Orange Park, Fla. Call 964-7701, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Zowarka traveled on to Disney Mr. and Mrs. T.L. Norwood, Next t Door To HOME tfch
World with them for a week's Jr. and children, of Minassas, WANTED TO BUY Lot suitable
stay.Mrs. Va., were guests of his parents for trailer. Must be high MOBILE home and building re-. City, Power\ Plant SALES
Ancle Dell Thomas of the T.L. Norwoods, on ,'"y Far Classified enough to be dry.E.J.. Bush, pairs of all kinds., Also will 12' AND'J.I' ttinus\ .-'s
Phon. .
Pensacola has been visiting her Santa Fe Lake for a week. I Ails In Advance Box 224, Bridgeport N.Y. lap add awnings, skirtings, patios, 964.8867LNGCHAMP A.
daughter Mrs.A rthur Ketch,onLake also learned that Mr. Norwood, carports and additional rooms. PHONE 473-4320 Mows HomesSINGLES
Geneva. Mrs. Ketch and Sr. Increased coats have madeit Call 964-8746 tfchg
spent one night Alachua (ON: .ROUTt': 100KeyKtone
Mrs. Thomas rode to Miami General' Hospital necessary for this newspaper SECRET--Lose Water Weight : & DOUBLE WIDES
after
with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hayes something lodged In his getting throat to clarify Ill present body bloat, pufflness, etc. X- PAINTINGExterior, Interior .lleifthiK. Fl... '
where Mrs. Thomas wUl be visIting but is back home now and rules and adopt new ones for Pel Water Pills, only $3. Ma- -done carefully and well for Expando Rooms & Add
her other daughter, Mrs. new goodas the publication of classified ney Back Guarantee.Koch a reasonable price. Call 964- WE On Rooms
advertisements in Its columns Drug Store. chg--ll/2 8746. tfchg lIolllc and Building GIVE SERVICEWe get
results! List your property for Free delivery and tot up
sale with us, Call
NEWS NOTESBy Miracle At St. Bruno's (Carr); All advertisements of this EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, pub- WE NOW HAVE diamond noe- Materials! BILL POWELL, BROKER today.-: 964- 100 MILE RADIUS

Report To The Commissioner nature must be paid In ad lic relations oriented, experienced dies for any mnke or model WE BUILD' 6464 or 964-6810.) tf/chg BANK FINANCINGNWY ...
Helen V. egan (Mills)}; Mash Coos To Main vance unless an established In administration work stereo player.Dahmer's Discount .. .
0looker): Sadie When Sho Wed monthly account Is maIn- with low-lncomo: persons; House tf/chg Your Plans Or Ours 17 North Green Cove
(:Mc3aln>; Something Up A tained with this newspaper. approximately; $10,000 per year, four Lot Or Our""' ." LINOLEUM FLOOR Covering
Mailing and bookkeeping depending qualifications 6x9 S3.I9 9 12 $5.98 T.I. 284.5001 -264-7311
Sleeve (l Ixickrldge); Double\Is- upon FREE t: RS'FIMATESRemndeiinp : x ;
(From Preceding Page) ionCerson); llalbon: Conquistador costs have advanced making and experience. Send full re- FOa SALE Couple or small : ;12x12 $11.50; 12 x 15 only
(Gtrrison); Kissing Cov- It necessary to make this sumo' to Mr. Frank Williams, family Four Room Frame Iepnirs 1 $14.95 many patterns and
PERSONALS ens (Watson> Hobert The adjustment President, Ct'BB Economic Agency dwelling, city utilities paves :' ions colors. Dahmer'. Discount wnJ
Mr. and Mrs.Walter Richard Bruce (Tranter)); Flashman It Is much preferred that Inc., P.O. Drawer 970 street, close In. Cheap for homes lIou"hl Sold tfchg. Nir.KNTKI.KtTmCResidential(; : : ;

son of Starke recently enjoyeda (Fraser)); Drustan The Wan- clatsiflcil advertising be Stark.. Fit. 33091. Deadline cash A.J. 'Thomas, Realtor ...." wtiACRKAGr
two weeks vacation holiday derer (Taylor); Royal Flash placed In person rather than for applications Is Oc:..15. 1972. Phone- 964-5701. SERI lCl':
trip to Ihllimore, Md., their (Fraser)>; The Monument Maker by telephone so as to avoid An equal opportunity employer. ; I I.OH SAI.I9646853 -: O.C. Games Nursery And
home city. While there they CJoscph)>; The True Memoirs errors. *f fCASIIIEH 2t/chg--8/24 Commercial
visited with six of their seven Of Charley Blankenshlp Thousands of Plants Wiring
.
children, and their families. (Capps)}; ); COUPLEXCEO MI :'llcl(811 IIw). \01 i'. SIRrke Fruit, Trees Shade Trees 'Additional OutletsAir -
CARL
Mr and Mrs. Robert i Ferreli lakeland Vet (Strange EnemIes : and waitress wanted: farm. Experience In cj(3.: :( Salary BEGGS Evergreens Camellias, Conditioning
returned recently from a two- A Love Story Singer( ). In Re and living quarters.-- Gulf Service ''Azaleas, Roses
week vacation visit with their Apply person Longhorn Phone 4751532. 4tp--0/7 Hookup
son and family, the Harvey I.. staurant. Used Parts 50 acres near btarke. 40 acres Goat In .can. .' plant AnytimeLANDSCAPING Trailer Pole Maters

Fordans, of West Hartford, ADULT NON-FICTION: FOR SALE-Lots o.i Ila.n.,'toi, In good timber, 10 acres cleared 24-Hour Service
Conn. Most of the time was Women In Espionage(Mutton)}; FOR HE!liT-Mobile homo, fur Lake Contact F, Register! THE FINEST SELECTION OF with nice 3 bedroom home. M MI. S.E. of Stark. Hwy.' 100 Phon 964-8641
spent at the seashore cottage Pistols, Revolvers & Ammunition nished. No children, no pets- 964-588S: or, 964-8771. 2tchg Florahome 659-2161
(Josserand) Adolescence quiet neighborhood. Or house 8/24 USED CARSIn 3 BR frame, completely remodeled .
of the Fordans at Crescent ; - - -- -
!Beach Conn. While there, (Josselyn)); National Anthems later. Phone 782-3279. l Law- this whole very nice, Lawtey.
their grandson h Harvard Fordan Of The World (Shaw)>; Famous tey. It_ NEW CAMPEI? topper fits 1/2 area FOR RENT12 wide Mobil
of Laconla N.H., came to visit American Books (Downs); Management ton short wheel base pickup. 24 Hr. Wr.cker Sorvlco WATER FRONT LOtS homes outside
2 Bedroom, 1 bath In city limits. J. n.
City .
Vs. The Unions?Mur- PIANO; RENTAL RETURN:;: Beautiful FOR SALE ; ':'
them. Excellent condition, $150 Ph. and Lynn White Ph. 9646114or
USED frame, on large lot, nice house
PARTS
Mr. and Mrs. I.ester Sheets phy); Fashions Through fashion piano returned from rentaL 468-1119 Hampton. Itp On Crosby Lake and Cfcosby 964-8799. If no answer
Plates, 1771-1970 (Moore) Responsible! person can Lake Canal. )Canal 30' feet /
have returned from a holiday ; Hwy. 301! M, Waldo call 964-8874 tfchg '
visit and family reunion at New Today'i Child (Robertson)} Animal arrange excellent buy..Write: FOR RENTTi,12x60, ;Msblle Frame Duplex apt., good location wide, 8 feet deep) Located on
Brighton Pa.i 'Their return trip Traps And Trapping Joe Minton, 6942 Deau'Vllleld.! home 2 bedrooms,, water fur- 468-1998: Good Income property State Road 100, 3 miles West
included stop-overs for a few Bateman( }); Inside Australia Jacksonville, ,Fla. 32205 2t- nished. Ph. 9647591.; Itp flL 5Jff of Starke, Fla. Ideal for vaca- New X-I1 Deducing.. flan. 42''

days visit with Mr.Sheets'brother (anther); The RA Expeditionsflle. 8/31 .. ..u u. ....u... ................................h.. ..... .... ...... ... ... .. .. ....... ... ....... .. 5 acres 330' 660' on paved road tion cottage, mobile bane or 'Tabets, $3.00. Money Back
and family In liadcllft, Ky. >'erdalil)>; Outdoorsman's ::" ,,""""' =-=: :: ;:: :::::::.x..K::: :;*::*:;:*:;: ;:;: ;:;:;:::: ::ii::::::::;::::::;::;:':':'::;;:':';:::;:';:;:j1 by deep. High, dry. oveebnenLPrices Guarantee. -- Koch Drug
Mr. and Mrs. Sheets also visited Fix-It Hook (Hurch IIEI.P WANTED: on day shift. rf ; start at$1.295.00, $200. Store. 10 !P. 9/7
her two married daughters Apply In person at Super Test :f 1: FACTORY HELP NEEDED i'1 3 bedroom home In City, I down ud $35.00 month for 36wnfftf
I and sons-in-law Mr. and !\Irs.r Station. 301 S at railroad. Itp bath, kitchen living & dining (8 1/2 % simple Interest -

r I Dale Robinson In Auburn,Ala., ADULT REFERENCEThe 8 .:.rea, ).
I and Mr. and Mrs. Melton Mc- Concise EncyclopedicGuide REDUCE safe & fast with Go- $: Call 964-7701 8 ajn.' to 9
I keller, of Troy, Ala.; and Mrs. To Shakespeare(Martin); Dese Tablets &: E-Vap "water 1 Owen Joist of Florida; Inc. needs dependable, able :11?; Large house furnished p.m.'weekdays. tf O O Vd

Sheets' sister and niece In Panama The Civil War Day By DayLong pills" Andrews Pharmacy. Sip s 1 bodied factory h.lp. No experience nocosiary. 1 jij;;: will sleep 13-20 people on
( ): Encyclopedia Of Astro-
9/21 River Ocala !National:
Mrs.City.Maxine Jones MusgroveIs nomy CSatterwhlte). ::: Steady work overtime, fringe benefits. ::ijj ijjIF ::; est. or- I mnSALES :

visiting her parents, Frank 11\Y FOR SALE In field when 11 :r. United Farm
and Bonnie Jones, during their cutting. Phone 964.6742,1VS. YOU ARE WILLING TO WORK ArLY. ||- GEORGE ROBERTS "PARTS
JUVENILE FICTION :: Agency Inc.
Illness. Sherwood Itchg ;: ATOWEN $::
The Sword Of The Spirits REAL:: ESTATE: SERVICE

(Christopher'eronlca); And LOT FOR SALE on Silver Lake JOIST'!!!' R.g. Real Estate Broker USED IMPORT CARS
The Birthday Present (Duvel- Week end all day Phone 473- PHONE 964-7826 'mil.... & (Irene;, FuuH.nrrASSOCIATES

NEW BOOKSAT sln> When Clay Sings (Bay 4961. It I AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER |;;1 421 H.MUMSON\ HARFRED AUTO
lor).
r 1: Lincoln City Road Monday through Friday 11;; 206 S. Water Street
SKIN DISORDERS? Toco-
Try

THE LIBRARYADfLT Poems JUVENILE Of Magic\NON-FICTION And Spells It'Derm Vitamin tube at Mitchell's E. cream Drugs: 1260 _.-:?.:-:.,:.::.,:,.:.,:.,:..:..;..:..:..:..:...:....:..:....:...:.:_..:..:::.;,.::.:,.:,.n.;:.7:00:;,:;,.;,.:,.;.::..A.M.:..;..;..;.-...,>.>..n..n:To.;...;.:5:00.:.::...n....;.n.nn;P.M.."'............. .....-....-nn'.n"...;...:.:.......TF:..........:ti ijij..::1....: Storke WA.Vl; ,10 Fla.""-.1.1.964-5065 OK 50 IMPORTS? E. INC.
per SAVE University
(Cole> Wild Animals As Pets !In'I/ AI. I I'sr.\! n?
8/31
(Mlllard). 2tp- ThoM Long Distance; Loll I l.s For Host Prices Gainesville 372.4373

FICTION POODLE GROO IIXGTo's and FOR SALEUsed :o.robllehome, A Hole la Your Roof Phone tolls/| l'r'1-.pcttt Waiting\ .... ....-
LIBRARY HOURS miniatures. Silver gre'minla- easy financing 473-4320. tfchg Wo now handle air link. a S SHADY COMFOHTABI.E ANDTTIMCTIVE
I'ault Lines (Heidi) Die The ,
; Monday; 9 a.m. to 8 p. m. Or A \ : Three bed
ture poodle for sale anytime. tickets, cruises, and tour*. large
Long I fty (Patterson); Silver Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: 9 Phone 468-1677. UpBEAUTY FOR REXT-A ttracti\'el)' furnished WANTED- Used furniture, re- rooms, two tile baths, living,
La4y (I'acos); Inspector Glmtc a. m. to S p.m. one bedroom cottage. WHOLENEIV Wo offs II a' special pockog. frigerators washers. -Dah- dining, kitchen, Florida Room! ,
Goes Hy Train (Keating); Die Saturday: 9 a.m. to 2 p. m. SHOP equipment. H.vdrollc Phone 964-7831. tfchg Tour of :Now mer's ,Discount /House tf/chg Lots of shade and fruit trees.
Car Thief (Weesner); An Unknown Vow
CLOSED ALL D\\"WED\"ES-: should
this
see
Welshman (Stubbs> The chair and shampoo unit. Disney World Thomas "one. A.J.
DAY.City A real bargain. Phone 964- ROOFJ realtor ]'el. 964-
8075. ItpLEGCRAMK FOR SALE2: lots corner of Coll 964-7449 Lew's 3701. tfchg.
Cole: )' Road and Laura St. --
---------------------------- & J Roofing Co.
:Mrs. C.A. Futcii: TOWN
r? 964-7873. FINANCE CO.
:? Try SuppUcal
2tp. 8/24 Welding Shop
I
t 3 tablets; contain minimum .Phone 964-8088 or 4734735. 'P.O. Box 2M N. Temple .

Fish & Meat Dally Mitchell's Requirement Drug. calciumat 2tp--8/31-- FOR SALE: Typewriters IIIway 301 South Whispering Pines Motel der BroWJIII

,Sears Medalist Electric 12, excellent US 301 S. Phone
iiot: Rent-Klngsley Lake condition; 1 Towor Citation ; SEWING; MACHINES, cleaned, FOR SALE--Coastal Bale hay 964-8252
t Available Sept. 6 thru April 6. 88' ,, needs some repair; 1 oiled and adjusted in your home, Out of barn or out of. the field
Market Phone 533-2251. lip L.C. Smith antique; 1 L'nder- $S. Vacuum Cleaner.,repairs Registered Angus calves. Ph. UTILITY TRAILERS
wood, antique. Also 1 Urge also. All work guaranteed. -- CUSTOM BUILT
FOR RENT.12X50 :M.H.2Brdm. cattle watering trough. Mrs. Dennis E. Coggins, phone. 431- 964-6114 J, B. White, tfchg VolkswagenNew

Tilt'US. FRI.. &SXT.SHRMP. t tIElllnl tt A.C.. & water: furnished. Also C.A. Futch, 964-7873. 2tp.- .1428. tfchg. GAS AND ELECTRIC
trailer space for rent call 8/24 WELDING I BRAZING Vat/ l.f/).
t 964-5630 after 7 pjn. or 964- Slj:1I1O: : MACHINE: REPAIRS SHEET METAL Sales 81nlce "'
*
6236.,lip FOR RENT-Furnlshed apart- Business Opportunity; Zoned AND: PARTS HOUSE CA.LS( 1
__ ment. I bedroom, large living Commercial Cor. Walnut & SHOP WORK: TRAILER HITCHES 1 MI. North of Tjro ManOAINE.YILLE
3 BEDROOM: I bath, :Masonry room, kitchenette & Lath No. Brownlee St. Frame House INSTALLED :
t tt House; one acre. 82.000 down children. 964-5033. ripOPERXTORSJunlor 5 br. I bath, living room, din. ALL WORK GUARANTEED:

\ and terms Call Monttcello 997- room kit. Front and back porch NORTH 301 Near Underwood
t Block with 2 Co..t,
Apt. Bldg. separate -
3128 after 6 p.m lip :Motel 13
acres, 600 feet on
SenIor 150'xlSO' lot. Price
or apts.
Corner Highway. Will sell all or part 8 TRACK TAPE Decks repaired
Highest
percentage paid.Hell's $18,000.00
FOR better cleaning, to keep 'terms.'A.JThom4s
: : Style Shop, Melrose ReaUlOr'Til. and cleaned at Dahmers Dls-
; ,Fin IS
t colors gleaming, use Blue Lus 964-57U1.
475-2211. 2tchg 8/31 -sVn I la aeCOLLECTOR'S .count fast service tfchg
Rentelect-
cleaner.
tre carpet BILL POfVKLJ.\ : BROKER '* -

t HEADS OFF 5 S. OR BETTER tic Builders shampooer Hardware. De\'rlck.lnc.& Supplies,, FOR RENT: 3 BR house, 571 96'.f..6. 6.J ITEMS. INSURANCEAT ... SEWINGMACHINE

Starke. Fla. Ph. 964-6163. W. Call St. $65 mo., unfur- BRIC T A -.BRAG REDUCED RATES

t 964-6491 nJahed.Phonel; (night) 964-7753.(day lap) Or 1 Hi.! Mi. N.:o! Keystone AUTO FIRE BOAT

FOR SALE-1970 :Mobile Home State Rd. 100
I .
$1-00 \PAVNE DOUGLASASSOCIATE DOYLE E. CONNER..
12x69 3 BR 1 1/2 bath. Small 'WINTER
SCHOOL
of dance resumtng Bill Si }Jo Brunofsky, OwpersPhone Sale and Service
equity.; Ph. 984-8323. Itp classes week of Sept. 47VM83; INSURANCE AGENCY .
LB. .
4. Register now Classes for tcha. PFAFF EL..AHaw .
t 1971 SUZUKI: : 350- $650, or $150 all ages, 3 1)2 J up. Halley 964.6593SAVE Homes
down and pay $32.76 for 18 mon- Tap Aero and Modern. Mrs.

t FOR DEEP FREEZE ths. Call 964-5546. lap Dorothy SB la a r. F6r infor- OLIN-'S MOBILE HOftU SALES WHITE
.
mation call 964-7098 after 4
THE RIGHT POINT for the p.m. 31p 7/7 $ $ 'Service I. Our Polity $49:50 up
way you writ. Come In and --w
t elect your favorite ESTER- FOR SALE-Fresh ". Parts & Repairs on
St. Johns'
BROOK fountain TELE- River shrimp 72! Ib. \ 'orlJ of Sender .nJ Marvel! 1972 all/ oth.rMok.Mo.
GRAPH. pen. with heads Elm _AVIS Models must Koh! $200 over invoice "'-' chines.
t
Call
on. Palatka 3252371. price: delivered and set up within 100 s
CALL AHEAD FOR YOUR ORDER! Or Lawtey 782-3271. Up BUICK PONTIAC... mile Mjius. See it to believe h! 30- (1

POSTED SIGNS: Treated to REDUCE CMC TRUCKS"A diy wtlnanl,. NATI'P' AL
excess fluids with
IT'LL withstand weather20d! each. Also available on our lot 2 used Mobil.Homes .
BE READY WHEN YOU GET THERE.
$ .21 do*. Special price onlarger fluldex. 41.69. LOSE LITTLE RIDE CAN SAVE 611 W. Univ. Av.
tiantlt WEIGHT with Dex-A-Dlet and 2 Repossessions.Hwy. .
Bradford capsules YOU A LOT"psCREEN Galn..I1Florida/
-ca- I County; Telegraph./ '1,98 at Mitchell Drug.: 100 Wesfw Starlco 964-5606 .
31p-1I17 I .. COVE;: SPRINGS** .

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