Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 31, 1972
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01303
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Schools Tom Casey:
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two opponents In rallies Ij

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Hampton, accusing!; :
o' Jim Trm.ile of misleading -
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and defending his j

costly building program -

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lull Costcllo.

Casey said that Temple el-
(,, .: their didn't know the law or
]'<<" ...,' .."'.... was deliberately misleadingthe i k d v rt I I
j .. .' 'i/' i public when he said that II I
< supervisor personnel was not I

US-301 at' Edward Grocery fut south of f Stork looked 'Culvert under trie roadijust-couldq 1 ''' handle 0'11 the' required by the State,Depart. .
dna)'J:'.:otJI' ,a llk*"." lake. Saturday,;<.ff..1t; :wh,.ww.."* ',v.hol'erHe-t ..fe 'lhat' fell,:ttbow*"' ighttnthas, .in:.two'J",..":I"-' iF 4W4jwi ::., .ment of Education,,
lie also defended the school
from the ario .- }'. .
surrounding higher "
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t \- ,I ,' 'J4, '-'. J' transportation system from
r i. statements by Temple implying; ,
that buses are unsafe. "1n the I Ak
last ten years, our buses) have
t been avenging 1,500 miles dally l-

9 Inches Of Rain Floods County million--Injury that's miles and approximately-with without an average three major k ''d4t

of$100 In property damages -
," Casey said "I think

But Most Roads Passable NowOver our thnn should bus Insulted be drivers congratulated" and mechanics rather

Rains caused a change of
scene at both the Brooker rally
last Saturday night and at
,Ir F.
nine Inches of rain fell In four Hampton Tuesday night but the

days, most oft Friday ,,and Saturday, crowds "stuck It out" In a ; hR'a C ,5it
determined effort to hear the .,.n
the eastern half of Bradford
leaving:: .
speakers at both places.As
County, the ;hr'ca toward Keystone rain started tailing at ,
Heights and the I. Urooker area in west- the Brooker school!, the speakers i I
platform was quickly shifted
ern Bradford: County\ flooded. to the formers market with
little loss of time At Hampton Martha' Comes Close I
So much haitlna short period nut bridges lad been filled In 0 .
the shift from the
I l left. graded loads with water by :Mondax[ the county road was
school grounds to the school
running over them many crews working overtime. .
places. Creeks overflowed :rts, Tour grader are still at Temple sUied: In "'w- Martha Buckley came close to becoming Bradford's first
the water rushed westward: from work from 7:30: I would close winner of the Miss: Florida Crown Beauty Pdgeant In Jacksonville 1
tey that he out
Trail Midge toVllrdl1lgttor p.m. each day Just the Job In the LSO: and spend Beach Saturday night. The beautiful BUS coed wasa '
Creek and the water flowed and making roads member of the Queen's Court, one of five 1mlists. :
outward from ditches and! that money on teaching children
ponds running where ever it. Rand crews ," Casey said. "These Chosen queen was Miss Marsha Thorn of Crescent City; I
could. tty night. I'lie ea county! level personnel are employed Miss Buckley has placed high In three of the four beauty
Minj yards and roads were;: moved Snturdaj n because they are needed pageants she has entered In the past year. She was first I
flooded but most of die water : dam on Sampson : and their empk)lma'.t' U runner-up In the Bradford Strawberry Pageant, entered a
had receded b>' Sunday af- son City, letting required by taws or regula- High Springs contest, and then was recently chosen Miss
teinooiu :Most of die washed: off much aster tions. The Snie requires these! Florida Tobacco' Leaf In a Columbia County contest.
IOCS when "big people' and we receive slate
The BHS senior la the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. \
4 more than a funds in excess of their salary" pretty;
I Alligator Creek Casey continued. "As a matter Cary Buckley of the Bayless Highway area. She Is uncertainnow
and widened and of fact, Mr. Temple was whether to continue the beauty pageant route, but Is
3JiruJ0nm (irirr in, replacing on the ..:1f> commlttoe: tha; holding the possibility open.
water flow could or'ghea. I rec,>nvnau "The water schedule: : for aJ.nl-lUtrators -
our roads as Cast and county level per-
it," sonnel. The School Board; authorizes Due
seen says _ $20,000
Nd Leon Ellington. r these positions and
"It came from ..t'the *"ul.' .."
and It came In a Temple sid:: that the school
lington said of initiate could have been reduced In Gas
and .. two hills this year."But City
ford in charge Instead: they gave a five percent
The Community! Department, across-the-board pay
night until \ : )* north. raise to everyone," He said
State: : Bjnk-! Of Starke! barra cades to 12)I area were this was an unfair method ofral.1ng Price RebateA
of washed out. salaries since It meantan
$800 raise for Casey and
And the Florida Bank cross\\"Ier two was still other In the top bracket, while $20,000 rebate' Is due the defense against rising gas
morning- the giving cafeteria workers and City; of Starke as a result of price from Florida Gas. It
At Starke of Starke where others at the lowest' level only a settlement In a law suit against was on Speig r* recommendation -
crossed It near $110 mon" on their $2,200 salaries Florida Gas Tnnsmisslon that the settlement was
,Will Not Be Open For thing 'can be Co. over natural gas price: made.
two until It do'* If elected superintendent charged for fuel for the city'; "We Just went along for the
Bulnes era can remake Temple Mid he proposedA : power plant. ride," City Clerk Merrill Edwards -
lington'said. curriculum council, primarily Fhe settlement came Ina Joint putlt;meaning Starke had
On Labor to open the doors of no choice other than to settle
Pay left to work with, suit of seven cities against the
the Luke Road. cornnvmtcation between parent ga* transmission firm. The when the larger cities agreedto
September 4th between add. the school.A cities were Starke,Gainesville a settlement last week..
Road washed; ; and Ed discipline committee to Sebring, Lakeland, Fort Pierce, The Starke Council met In
most werp..bl. operate: countywide; In an effort
A National 1 Holiday Homestead, and Klsslmmee. special session Saturday afternoon -
.or Monday .. from t> eliminate disturbance Gainesville for Instance, will to sign a stipulation they
Church Road the that dI.tnct.tudenta
from their
c-: ,.., the Board receive a rebate totaling $181- will agree to a new contract:
Ellington and work.
advertise the 000, $70.000 from Florida Gas with Florida Ga*. Detail of
and the Flume' the Edward -Anattendanapolicy' so that for direct legal and consulting the agreement were agreed to
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Samtmuiitu of Stark, the would know
\ : : the Stark parent that their fee and another$111.000 which In a- meeting with Fin11 ""
> Catr lank hit, Ellington Mid. ; ; : don child was absent from school the court ordered Florida auto official last TueiM.. .r-
"Man, see ; Board Mem: on the day that the aoseoca pay the city; for excessive lando. Clerk Edward represented

A..r- ...... t!. water everywhere. made the occurred.Cnstsllo charges for ga*. Starke. I
1..--by est hit was tha the change Repeated his dlwgreement Starke Joined In the suit with The new agreement based on
,.....0.- ..... Brooker. ; I !! zoning board with the present phlbwphy the group of cities which retained ;tie OM made with the City; of
of Die
: system, Washington.D.C.Attornej
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10 Jr. Women Shower Given

ADK Members Entertain For Carol DarleyMiss

Hold h
uncheon Carol Darley was: honored -

Meeting Here ,i t;:i.JunJoA at a bridal shower in the Pine
: Level Educational building recently
I. Woman's Club members '
given" by Misses Gloria
Members of Alpha Gamma and guests joined In a Crew, Landa and Tla Thornton -
chapter of Alpha Delta Kappa, membership luncheon Saturday, and Charlotte WhItehead.
International sorority for Wo- August 26, at the home of Mrs. ,

men Educators, held a lunch-' Vincent Spengler.Mrs. Tie refreshment table was
eon meeting In the Pecan Roomof c :
covered with a green linen cloth
the Garden Restaurant on Johnnie
Johnson greeted -
and centered with seasonal flowers. -
Thursday of last week. guests at the door. Mrs. .
President Lucille Payne presented Spengler and Mrs. J. C. Dukes
plans for the and
year were hostesses.
h Camas wereplayedand prizeswon
announced committee appoint
Mrs. Robert
Barksdale and
Vivian McRae and Lucille
rv4Y ments. Plans were made for Mrs. Olin White, cosponsorsof by -
attending the District H Fall the Junior Woman's Club Brown.
Planning meeting In Live Cfek
were guests.
on Sept. 9. The buffet table covered Tho hostesses presented
i j Mrs. Willie Mae Dyal a recent with a pink floral tablecloth j honoreo with the platter memento to her of
a J a
bride was presented with and centered with a pink daisy china pattern .
a decorated cake which was arrangement with candlelabra. __ the occasion."i. .
later enjoyed by all. She was
Twenty-five; guests and members -;
I also given a corsage and a attended between ll:30a.m. Harriet GoodmanTo
I crystal relish dish as a memento and 2 P.m. Saturday.Mrs. .
of the occasion. Dukes, president,briefly Wed Mr. MulderIn SIll II' arslty; Lansing,

,. i addressed the gathering a- November Mich. Prior to spending the

> bout forthcoming projects and last year in Aspen, Colo., he
Stork ShowerFor Invited everyone to attend the was employed for three yearsat

'r Junior Women's first meetingof Mr. and Mrs.Seeber D. Goodman Foote Cone & Belding. He

', ;.;. Mrs. Tetstone the new year on Thursday, of Starke announce the will Join Ms father In businessIn
\ I September 7, at 8 p.m. at the engagement of their daughter, the Chicago area after completing -
< home of Mrs. J. C. Dukes, Paul Steven work his Post Mas.ter' .
r Ittr/Eel .Eloise, to on
Mrs. Mark Tetstone was hon 319 N. Myrtle, Starke.ColsonPreston. Mulder son of Mrs. CherieAdams GnJja': : Certificate In
ored with stork shower last
a MuMarit/ Lajoltn Health Cars AJhndailrton: : at
Ii IiI' Lucille
Thursday given by Mrs
Brown, Mrs. Jlmmle Strick- F Calif: and Paul Mulder of Chi George Waj.itngton:. University,

yi i ia Joel land, Mrs.Jackson Vests Myrick Mrs. ,Dottle Mrs. cago.Miss Goodman graduatedfrom Washington A, tJovan'wivjM'ig, D. C. I.plaM.d. .

Thornton, Mrs. Betty Cassels, To Wed Sept. '1st. 3nJ>"->rd County; High .'
School and tho Unlvar-jlty of
Mrs. Leona Whitehead, and
Missouri where she receivedher
I' Mrs. Jlmmle Thornton at the
The marriage of Miss Linda
Bachelor of Journalism
iV home of the latter. Please Vete Fee end
Colson and Chad Preston
,."' will 11e1 t3 01 \dvurtising.. Since
Upon arrival each guestsigned be an event of Sept. 1 at 7:30
1907 she has been employedas .Elect Yeur Friend and
the baby book and the
p.m. in the First Christian media buyer/networ't il-
Miss/ Fran gifts were placed In a big red Church, Starke with a
Casey Becomes Bride The was then a recept- locator by the Foote, Cone Neighbor"
wagon. wagon ion following in the church Fellowship & Uei'liitf \dvurtl.1ng Agency

Of Roger Kelly In Church Rites where pulled games Into the were family played room and t; All friends Hall. and relatives are In Mr.Chll\o.Mulder;: graduated fromMd.'ul R. II. (RUSSELL)

the gifts were opened. +
Miss Fran Casey, daughter by her father, wore a white The hostesses presented the invited to attend. Chicago.\ h He T Tea:ucolvetl t High School Ills Bachelor' In IIEIN Jr,

of Mr. and Mrs. James D. ortriuzallnc< gown featuring honoree with a baby strolleras -
Casey, and Roger Allen Kelly a numhrln neckline and full a memento of the occasion. Redding-Darley Ceremony degree In Administration -
from Tuifcii U-il-
son of Mr and Mrs. J. R. bishop sleeves with venlse lace After s brief wedding tripto TO COUNTY COMMISSION

Kelly all of Starke, were united appliques on the bodice and Performed In Pine Level Church St. Augustine, the couple is versltyt Muu'.sr's: ; New Degree Orleans In ,Business and: hit DISTRICT 5
In marriage on Saturday, skirt bands of lace around the Gail/ Whitehead
residing on Griffin Loop. \.1'11I-1III.-.1on' from Michigan
August 19, at 8:30 p.m. In the hemllno. She wore a mantilla Miss Carol Ann Ehrley, handed out rice bags.
First Christian Church. J. C. edged with venlse lace, and /Is Honored At daughter of Mr. tad Mrs.RalphJ.
Brown, minister of the church, carried a cascade bouquet of
Bridal Shower Darljy: o" ;cao: : and Jerry
performed the double-ring, yellow and white daisies with Edwnrd Redding, son of Mr.
candlelight ceremony. white lace puffs and "ivy and and Mrs. L. A. Redding Sr. of I
Mrs. L. A. Canova, organIst white satin streamers.
Miss Call Whitehead was honored Lawtey, were united In marriage -
and Don I lardy soloist, A reception was held in the at a miscellaneousshow- on August 18 at 8 p.m. p ,
presented a program of nup- church Fellowship Hall. Mrs. er on August 24 at the Pine Level in the Pine Level Baptist Dept. Stores
tial music. Joe Bakken greeted the guestsat Baptist Church. Church. Rev. John Strickland

Decorating the altar w.retwo the door and presented themto During the party; hours games performed the double-ring cer
standing baskets of white and the receiving line composed were played and prizes won by
yellow gladioli and daisies a- of the bride and groom, their TU Thornton and Mrs. Strlck- emony.Miss Charlotte Whitehead: Y

gainsfa background of tree parente---.and the' "brichl"" attendants land.,.. Tie refreshment table a presented.a,progralnuPj,. ; NOW ,THRU SAT.!
candelabra with !'burning\ tapers ; a ,
"' was centered with an arrange tnu tf. 4e. <* HOM. f.TiioiCnr'waJ It '
and decorative greens. :Tho"bride's,...tabletstwopunch ment of seasonal flowers. : '' lighted USE OUR
There was also a.three-branch tables wwre" covered with The honoree was presentedwith tapered ;cs.idolabru and wlthi'{' Fashion-fare for Fall
candelabra which the bride and ''wMte lace cloths"over1' satin. .
a clothes basket from herhostesses decorated with standing baskets LAY-AWAY!
groom lighted during the ceremony ,In bac'-t. of the bride's table : Mrs. Lucille Brown, of blue and white gladioli, jt /
as a symbol of their were standing baskets of white Mrs. Joel Jackson Mrs. Elva pompoms and carnations Newest Styles and Colors! I

Robert and yellow gladioli a.rt dais McRae 'M rs". Alvin Farr, Mrs. fla.iked by graeoery.Rorn'd .
Kelly attended his ies. Centering the bride's ta Mark Moody, and Mrs. Julia Sapp of U vtey served i
brother as best man, and the ble was a three-tiered wedding! Alvarez us best man, and 'tip. ushers Daytime Dresses
ushers were Billy Huggtns and cato: topped with fresh daisies, wro :.>> Bemiatt, Roger Red- ,

Greg Nichols. and encircled with greens and dig a'U iJuclcf iij... VI of 1s
Miss Debbie Casey, sister yellow daisies and flanked by Birthday
Party Lawtey, and Bobby Chewer Compliment your Fall wardrobe
of the bride served as maid yellow tapers In branched '
can- Klngsley Lake. with of these daytime
one pretty 9 9
of honor. She wore an ante- delabn. Tha two punch bowls For Miss Whitehead
The bride given In ma:rlage dre.... of eny-care 100% Arnel q
bellum style; floor length gown were encircled with 1.Uowcial- by her uncle, James F. Don & Acetate. Solids, prints, with 1

of mint green dotted Swiss, ales and greenery. Mr. iikl :Mrs. A.B.WhItehead nelly, of Starke, wore a white Mlf-tMlti and short sleeves.. In
with venlce lace-edged ruffles, Mr. Don Hardenbrook and honored theIr daughter Charlotte gown of silk organza over layers Fell's nicest colon. Size 10-18
and edging on the full length Mrs. O. B. Dukes cut the cake. with a party; on her 18th of net and bridal taffeta. or 14% to 24%. p!
sleeves. She carried a nose Miss Kathy Truluck kept the
birthday anniversary,Saturday, The empire bodice was enhanced -
gay of yellow daisies accented bride's book. Presiding at the Aug. 26.Sevenl. by a mandarin collar.
with decorative greens, with punch tables were Mrs. Edwin
games were enjoyedby The !>''VJ Full bishop sleeves
yellow and apple green stream Williams Mrs. S. J. Vetzel. the young people, with Mr. tai wide cuffs of venire lace. $

ers.Mrs. Mrs. Lamar Williams, Mrs. and Mrs. Gary wheeler In The full' skirt was a robe de- 1
Dwayne Alday cousinof Reese Scott and Mrs. Oscnr: charge style with
the bride and Mrs. Russell Crosby. A gi-aaniiiJ: : pink color schemewas appttqued; hand of lace and 1

Bleeker of Gainesville attended Debbie Jo a.id Missy Strick used In the decorations,and .mbNI.1ered designs of seed e
as bridal attendants. Their land, cousins of the bride,handed the which
on birthday cake cantered pearls and Iridescent sequins.
gowns were bshioned identicalto out rice bags.Following the dining table. Ha.n- A chapal, 1 Ungt'i! tn'.I .nj secured
the honor attendant's, exceptIn a wedding trip to burgers were served with cold to a flat Dior bow in
pastel yellow. Each attend- Siesta Key. Sarasota the couple drl tks during the evening. back. Her veil was of match- '
ant wore a pearl pendant, a is residing at 661 W. Madison ing venlse lace secir3d to a back to school special!

gift of the bride. Fresh daisies Street. bo l if"Vit' of sheerest Illusion. girl's nylon
with accentngasadeeof curls The bride Is a 1969 graduateof She cifrUd a oouquet= of white
comprised the headdress for BUS and is a secretary at Hargraves Jackson carnations entwined with ivy.
the maid of honor and attend the University; of Florida. Told Miss Gloria Crews, maid of slack and top set ,

ants. They carried nosegays Tho iirxKn:>> graduated from Engagement honor, and Misses Debbie Douglas -<
os yellow daisies with apple BUS in 1969; ar.a.1.aa.ed from tad, Joy Redding brides-. .

green streamers.Kim Santa Fe Junior College, and malls, were attired alike In 447
Casey sister of the is now attending the U. of F., Mr. and Mrs. James V. Margraves floor length gotvas of light blue:'
bride, was flower girl. She majoring In Marxeting. of Keystone Heights announce -
bridal satin. The empire" wiiit!
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wore a dress Identical to that the engagement of theIr M.La.d.lh I.
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of the maid of honor and carried da> : Rat to line and mandarin with Iridescent collar nsajceiUed Vtol-'ta"; CMiter r "*".'.". HIM tdI ChargeIt

a lace basket with yellowdaisy Gail Whitehead Michael! D. Jackson son of Mr. sequins. ota, .ull.,..n_.Mill It.1 ...
Their veils were blue ..
l Mimen's
and Mrs. Edward B. Jackson of
petals.Justin Illusion secured to blue floral Ie"'WHIN q.hr It AtCarps.
Williams and Kristin Shower, Aug. 21 Stark. headpieces. They carried two
Alloy cousins of the bride, A November 2 wedding Is '
dark blue C1.ulolll with light
were ring boa rees. plt.uved. !
blue streamers to mach their
Miss Gall Whitehead, whose
The bride, given In marriage
marriage to John Manning will gow.ts.
be an event of September 1 at Miss Sandra Dare: sisterof r

Kitchen ShowerFor 8 p.m. at the home of her parents Lee-Long MarriageTo the bride was flower !girl
was honored at a bridal She wore\ a floor length gown
Cindy Sink shower Thursday nlgnt of last Be Solemnized of pale: blue chiffon embossedwith sport or

week In the Pine Level Bap- white and blue flowers, dress shirts
BrideelectMiss tist Church south Building over light blue crepe, and car-
Hostesses were Mrs. O.R.Al- Mlst Mi.'liyn Sue Lee and ried a :basket: of blue and white K.fiilirS4te' women's "x" brand
Clarence Johnny.:>> Lang will be : .
Sink Oct 28 varez, Jr., Mrs. Jerald Baldwin pompoms.A 99
Cindy an
Mrs. J.G. Jackson, Mrs. united In marriage on Friday, reception was held In the Indoor.outdoorfoot
honored at
bride-elect, was a
B.M. McRae Mrs. Luclle Sept. 1, at 8 p.m. In the Bethel church educational: building. 3
kitchen shower Monday night Baptist Church with a reception Mrs. A. B. Whitehead
given by Miss Evelyn Sinclair Brown Mrs. Alvin,Farr, and wear
:Mrs. Mark Moodj. following.All presented guests to the receiving -
and Miss Gtngejr-: Baldwin at
A blue and gold color schemewas friends and relatives are 1i ne.. Vw nrlltl My).
N. y'
the home of the latter on = 99
carried out In the party; Invited to attend. The .veJd,rag cake, decorated Mi Hltan. InMPWU f
Walnut Street. with white and blue stoodon l Mtan I WN 14*
A tan-shaped arrangement of decorations. The refreshment MIT.
table covered with a pedestal base, over alighted
was a gold .rI
pink gladioli and pompoms: : was
fountain flowing with
linen cloth and centered with
used the mantel, carryingout
on Franv wlnkl*
the pink and white color an arrangement of blueandgold blue water. Silver candelabra I men's tat slit hnfen throws hi fW.I .
with blue candles stood either
mixed flowers.
summer :
scheme. The lace covered refreshment flare slacks .. '_.. I km. SKH S M
The 25 side of the ca".. Mrs. v. -M. dew '
guests enjoyed .
table In the dining games hH .--rM/wr.w..w.dwNwM. men S boys' 10.StoM
room was centered with a Hall- with prizes during. the party; L. A. Redding, Jr., of Hampton ,_ _.... 1ft _.....,., ,
and Miss Norma Lou Redding
mark bride doll, and the crystal hours.The. -l! .- .... ;
<: of Lawtey cut and servedthe
punch bowl at one end of hostesses presented the ) cake. 499 flpule:1'r: !
the table was encircled with honoree with a clothes hamper ,
leather leaf fern Interspersedwith as a .memento of the occasion. Punch bowls, encircled with M ,; Size 70" x 90"
66 59
and white 6
New greenery pompoms, Regular' S7.49 ,
pompoms. were presided: over by Misses I -
Games with prize wen enJoyed Altar Jacque Gasklns and Kelley- 2r M.+ ..M Size 70"x "66 ,
Society =
during the party; hours. Arrivals Richards. n Regular' $9.49!
The 25 invited guests included w, ; w" .+ .IsItw r. Size 70"x 1RegulerS1M9(" I
Meets c IOH M
Sept 6 bride's book table 066 a.
Mrs. Rudolph) Sink, mother The was '' das i M e. 7 M 11. '
of the honoree, and Mrs. covered with a white lace over

Marie Cox of Gainesville mother St. Edward's Altar Society; yellow! cloth. The book ins
of the bridegroom-elect.: will .meet at 7:30: pun. Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ferguson kept ;, by Mrs. Michael Reed.

The hostesses) presented the Sept. 6, In the home of Mrs. announce the birth eta daugh IfcllUALITY COMES FIRST THEN OUR LOW
iioapree with a perculator asa Gladys; Weldon. All.ladles of ter, Hospital.born August 28 In Riverside Miss the bride Mart and Darley Miss, Nancy sisterof PRICES Charao it
meiaetiio of the occasion.
the parish are Invited -. Bennett, cousin of the bride

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Mrs. Muriel Norman, president DUI'UQV BRIDGE Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Baldwin Mrs. P. E.
of A lota. Nu Chapter of CLUB WINNERS and family: of Inverness Mamie Anderson
Delta KappA Gumma society; Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton and visited Mrs. M. A. Baldwin:( spent several days
Mrs. Edna :M. I Hart, memberof Mrs. Harry 'Mooty were the Sr. on Sunday. with Mrs. E. M. .
tie! State Publications and couple at Duplicate
winning Elect Hutchlns County Judge.
Publicity Committee, and Miss Bridge Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Mark
Dell A>MMber attended the Mrs. John Mussoline were second Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chaiteen children of Tampa
Mu SO: \Us Workshop Boa rtJ meet and Mr.andMrs.Ed Wainwright and family visited Mr.and Mrs.M. parents, Mr. and
ing of the society In Daytorn were third. C. Stith and Mrs. Sandra Rosier and Mr.
Beach, August 25-26. Klienman at Salt Springs over W. Hamilton, over
the weekend. end while Mark
Elect Ilutchins County Judge. Misses Ruth Crosby and Janet tended National
Kaufmann returned Monday Mr. and Mrs. James Star- at Camp landing.
after a summer tour of ling and family were vacationing -
Mrs. J. E. Wilson has had Rom,). Italy, Spain and Hol at Bryson City, N. C. the Mr. and Mrs. '
as visitors Butch Smith of Mer- past two weeks. ron have had as
rUt Island on Saturday, and Mr. land.Mr. and Mrs. Robert
and Mrs. Earl Johnson of Green and Mrs. L. C. Early Mrs. W. M. Meng of St. Petersburg son, Jason, of
Cove Springs on Sunday. returned Sunday after three Beach Is visiting her day, and Mr. and
weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs. parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Lacayo and son of
Ron Early and baby daughter Matthews, this week. Mr. Meng
Al Harley and sons of Merrltt over the weekend.
Island spent the weekend with in "':fun, OMo.: They also vis- will Join the family over the
Mrs. Lomd911arley. ited relatives in Peoria and weekend. Mrs. Myrtle
Anna, 111. visiting Mrs. P. E.
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Mark Crawford has enteredhis --- -, i Miss Mamie
freshman year at Mississippi ( "V cher1 the first ,of '
College, Clinton, Mis,.. Elect Ilutchins ;:aunty Ju lge. ''i 'David McKnlght/ returned last t
'r Wednesday after working In Mft and Mrs. O.
Ricky Johns will enterV'',his Dr. R.E. Dopson spent the Alexandria, Va.'during the'sum- Sr., 'Mr. and Mrs.
freshman year at LaGrange weekend with his fiancee mer Before returning, he vacationed mas, and Miss
College LaGrange, ,Ha. :satur- Jana Coulter and her Miss in New London, Conn. returned S ur Jay
day. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Coulter In He will enter the Universityof visit with friends moat
Arcadia. He also visited his South Florida on Sept. 13. In Arlington
William George, Gene Tanner there, Mr. and
uncle and
and Carol Hardy attended aunt Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs.
the Florida Southern Baptist Paul Edenfleld at St. Petersburg Mrs. J. E. Wilson and Mrs. and children, and
dult choir retreat at Lake Yale Beach. Edward Bums returned last nor cared parts oC
Assembly Grounds Friday night Friday after a ten-day visit co for three days.
and Saturday morning. Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Hayes attended with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Ryder -
the 50th wedding anniversary at Booth Bay, Maine. Mrs. John
Frank Mitchell, Debby Mitch- of Mr. and Mrs.L.A. ston, Ala., the
Weekly In Ocala
ell, Carol Hardy, Don Hardy Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Adams Judd, received
and Bobby Milner of Starke, and daughter, Amy, of Athens, Degree in
and Gary Browning of Jessup, Mr. and Mrs. Jack McComb Ce. are spending two weeksat tion from ;
Ga. attended the annual\ con- returned last week from three the Ryder cottage on Kings- sity, Livingston,
cert a t lilt rmony Bay Youth Music weeks tour of the Southwest ley Lake. 23. Her parents,
Camp at West rlorida Including New Mexico and the M.R. Judd, attended
Baptist Assembly Grounds, Panama Colorado mountains. Enroute Mrs. Levon Andrews and tion.
City last Wednesday. they visited Capt.and Mrs.Jack daughter Joy, spent the past
F. McComb Jr. at Big Springs, two weeks with !Mrs. Andrews' Mr. and Mrs. Hugh
Those attending Harmony Bay Texas mother, !Mrs. J. D. Neill and son, Bruce, of
Youth Music Camp at Panama family in Independence, Mo. were last Thurl
City for ten days were Jimmy guests of Mrs. \V
Andrews, David George, Bob Chocolate Sponge Cake Roll while enroute to
Edwards, Mike Hanks, Gayle home in Fort
Hatcher, and Cindy Mitchell James will be
the former Miss
Cary Browning of Jessup Ga. Tourella, formerly
was visiting Bobby Mllner last
week. Mrs. W.B. Mundy
weekend with Mrs.
Kent Smith of Tampa was a in Warner Robbins,
weekend guest of Don Hardy.
Mrs. Sanford
ville was
Elect HutcMns County Judge. guest Rltrh. of Mr. and

Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Lawsonand
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Law- Mr and Mrs
son spent Sunday Twin Lakes, were visiting Mr.
Valdosta Ca. rlon Eskridge in
Local admittances to Brad- Thursday and Frl
ford County Hospital I this week
include: Mrs. Era Rogers, Darby Peek of Lake
Waldo; Mrs. Mae Vickery and Sunday with Ms
Mrs. Mary Padgett, Starke; S.L. Peek Sr.
Mrs. Mary Lu Ellis and Mrs.
Adi Howell Lake Butler; and Mr. and Mrs. L.N.
William L. Reynolds, Keystone were in Lakeland
Heights. t .visltl ng Dr. and Mrs.
kering and bmlly.
Mr. and Mrs. T.B. Harding

returned last Wednesday after Miss Kay Turner
attending the Harding family Special pcciulone.und clmiwr cull lur on elegant cake that day for North
reunion on Aug. 3.0 in Foley, tempi and pleu.e. family flnd.guru. Churolnt" sponge Cake College Madison.
Ala. They also visited their Roll l I. perfect (,celebrating.. *

daughter, ,Mils June Harding, ClUX'OUTE SPONGE CAKE ROLL Brant' Turner i
In Atlanta. 10 la 13 erring Roy
I cup lined enriched flour 1 cup sugar Valdosta Ga. over
Elect Hutchlna County Judge .1 I1
> teaspoon baking powder tablespoon confectioner
I3 teanpoon salt auger end.Dr.
Dr. and Mrs. J.W. Hayes of !I. cup coco Cream 01....... Filling and Mrs H.
Jacksonville were Saturday visitors era*. lepanted whipping cream. If drelred81ft were weekend

of Mr and Mrs. E.W. together flour, baking powder fait and cocoa. Beat egg and Mrs. J. B.
whit until foamy.gradually add '3 cup 'u "'. beating until .
Hayes. "shiny peak form that fold oier slightly. when beaten are rained. cadla.
Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Clover Set aalde. Beat erg yolk. until thick and li-num colored; beat
In rmaining n j cup sugar. Fold Into egg white Sift flour
and family will move to Brooksvllle mixture, t. cup at .a time over egg mixture folding In gently THE
FrIdal.:! whe... Mr. Glover but thoroughly after each addition. Pour Into wax paper-lined COUNTY
will manaae the new Holiday Jelly roll pan. Bake In preheated 375' oven 15 to 18 minute, or
until cake back when
eprlogs lightly touched.
Turn onto kitchen
Inn there. Mr. and Mrs. Ron towel that has been duated with confectioner augar. Remove Published Ttty '
Calmano and family of Ham- wax paper. Beginning at narrow end. roll up c.k. and towel at US W. Call
mood La.arrfvedtodaytomen- Jelly roll faahlon. Cool thoroughly on wire rack. Unroll oak. i
and spread with Cream Chen Filling. Recoil cak tightly and Slut. Florid
age the Slarke bin. chill until ready to ...... Top with whipped cream.
Mrs Ruby( Hudson of Atlanta Cream dice** Ftlllngt IIeeM4 class < .
la visiting her mother:, Mrs. 1 package. (S ...) cream t ripe banana, masbed at Steit, '
Nelson Green, and family.Mr. .bee.* I'a( cup naked
1 lableapomu milk coconut BehwerlpUo ..

and Mrs. Joe Bakken and Beat cream cheese with milk until light and awr,. Fold In !. trade areas IS.
Mrs. Delbert banana and coconutS .
sons and Mr. and S you dont sift and In the absence of other direction, spoon JTMTI W.7S six ..
Casey attended the wedding of flour directly from container Into .a one-cup dry measur*. keel' OvteMe .reds
Miss NlcM Crosby to Jerry off, then remove two level Ublnpoonful per cup according"
1 fiUrvld .GaIne.v1U. Saturday' to USDA recommendation er y.ar> ." six
afternoon. NOTK:: If '-wmg flour U used omit baking powder and salt.&

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Drawdown Bradford County College Will Cost Bradford Families $600,000 In *72-73

Hospital Officials Bradford County families will region $200 more; and, in the private school In the South fees, room and board. Not private. collages. _'1G.
Giant Boondoggle pay overall costs of approx Northeast $300 more. For comes to $2,343. It la about Included are transportation The$80.000 overall coat mr
Seeking Doctors matoly $600.000 for the education out of state. students there are $430: more in the Western and clothing, book and allowances. Bradford County famlltoa Is
of their children in colleges additional charges of between North Central states and $1,000 AU told, for those la/ public based 1IpD" oa the local
Sen. Bishop SaysCRYSTAL STARKE Bradford and universities during the $600 and$700. more in the Northeast. colleges, it comas to >$tZ50: students coin to public colleges -
Hospital authorities- are search County conning term. TIle average basic cost at a These .figures cover tuition. on average and, for those in and hstt to: private case.01tC1 .

and recreationuses. ing for doctors: to locate here, A recent survey shows that "'" .111 ]l".J". '''Pili J r"ULJ n...tU..MJ.......... .,
RIVER The water storage ------------ -
as a means of building the low tuition Mils are running about
drawdown of Rodman Pool on patient occupancy of the institu\ even per cent; on average,
the Cross-Florida Barge Canal over last year s rates, and "
any tlon.
"It doesn't make sense
is of the "worst boondog has also been hike in .-
one there a
gles" In history charges State to appropriate money to buy room and board charges. JAMES L LTOMLINSON L. ,
Sen. W. E. Bishop. such of areas the when best you areas destroy we The 50-bed hospital, which Nationally the figures show \
Bishop of Lake City chair- have one ," said Bishop. has about 100 employes, had that although more than 8.5 ,
man of the Senate Agricultural only 18 patients in the buildingon million young men and women
Committee, gave his views Bishop said the drawdown Tuesday. The projected budget will be heading for college
on the drawdown in a talk at Is turning Rodman Pool Into a for the fiscal year startingOct. shortly then is still room for
a meeting of the Florida Association mosquito breeding marsh. 1 amounts to$841,692. an additional half million or
ot Soil and Water: Some
more. institutions Intact
Conservation District Supervi-- The drawdown was orderedby Hospital i 1 Administrator are actively seeking stu
sore in the Plantation Hotel a federal judge :on the George Canova said that at dents.
here. grounds it will save trees. least 33 patients per day are Bradford County's college-
Bishop related the draw. Bishop contend! the draw necessary to reach a break. bound contingent will run closeto
down to passage of legislationIn down will kill the trees In- even point in the financial oper 220, which compares with 30
the past session (or a bond stead. ation of the facility. from the local area In 1960.
program to purchase land tor The amount of college costs
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"And the only ''way we can depends to a large extent on
A young friend says he the type; of college and its geographical You
.. improve the situation, he said,
Please V. For end
he location. The
didn't for ; survey
marry money "
"is to get more doctors here. ,
married the daughter of a reveals that the lowest median r'
Elect Your Friend end man who married for money.So The medical staff at present basic cost, $1.246 is for
consists of only two doctors-H. a boarding student from the yr
Neighbor In this H. Adams and J. P. Salazar- home state attending a public
far participants
have and Dr. John Walton, the house college in the South.In .
campaign merely
R. II. (RUSSELL) year
referred to one another as physician. Dr. Walton is leavingat the West it would be $100 I CIRCUIT
trailers, but there is bound to the end of September. more) in the North Central ,
GREEN J'- be some mudslinging later Canova said that the doctor ,rIM Hrtr ,
oa. who had been expected to come
TO COUNTY COMMISSION here in September has changedhis
The trouble with the New mind and will locate else I
DISTRICT 5 Politic i* that it has to make but that the
where In the state,
the Old Mistakes all over
hospital board is now workingon JUDGEGROUP
again. 4r
a number of other prospects.He I
said they are looking for a
general practitioner an obstetrician Y
_ NOTIfEALL ; : geon. and an orthopedic sur t.. I

The hospital has! been receiving 5 .
$15,000 annually from tile I ; .
CANDIDATESARE county. Following a series of Moat of the th ipiii"at go
meetings between the hospital .wrong with a racing car alao
can go wrong with a pa e.nger.car.
!group and the county commisrloners In fact the battery is
REQUESTEDTO thn county agreed to bout the only item an Indianapolis
levy! .in extra tax mill (worth driver doeen'f have
((54,544)') ) to aid the hospital in to concern: : him/ with. The "
is left the
battery at starting
HAVE THEIR AD penscs meeting and rising to operational upgrade facili. line.Most Indianapolis starters The Man of Proved. : Ability--Ask your ,own Attorney

COPY IN IY FRIDAY NOON ties. used Polypropylene start polypropylene their cars batteries this batteriesto year.are j- :'t '

lighter and have more plates, Till /Mnn
FOR ISSUE OF Sept. 7 boura.which They translates are available into amp/for / 1. Methodist ,Jrojf'ItIt m"I Qunlifievstjon.. ; .
Monday Is Labor My neighbors auto pauenger centers.can at tire and 2. Native of Florida Mason (Shriner) I'nhl'r, "ri"nalh' I.i... .it. nirrnltrr' of I linMuriil.i I I ,liar, r'.ijililli:: 'I

Day Today's Tip: 3. Korean Juiliriiil Circuit" mill ,\iii,'ricau ,/li.tr Vi.HirKili.iiH.rnlrm. \ of
And WI Will Be Clos.d- / Vacation: time Is upon us. I veteran I Florida.. Trial l..mrrs.tiirriim'Triil. ) ;. :. 'livi\rri;; \ Xioticiiilioit.Allirriruil .
With moet of today's cars 4. .Has worked since "
e..II'. carrying air conditioning: ,bat age 10. "J 1Ilic'"IIrc'.i., ; :; .) unit I'hi I Drll.i Plii.|Ir rjril, ; .!fr.ilrni-.
& "W r" tery failure can ruin a trip. .5. Worked way through the U. of F. iI" Ilea| 'presently writ' us .. iiiriiilirr !( tin- \,1.
/ __ & a... And batteries do fail in warm / a co Jmliri.il! <
Full Berlin* Fir A4 Ct.y .. weather if over-worked. 6.. An experienced trial lawyer in ministration. roiiiiuitlrr, of! llir ''Iihth:: ; .1u| .
Saturday 12 Moon ::> business The replacement to seasonal battery nature, all phases of the Law ,Mx-iilion.;. ... /Y* '

We Will Be .._ :-- with most purchases made in ..I
On Duty All Day Today >--.., the winter. I can't understand
(Thursday) If W. Con. Assist Yeu._ ?? ....... m drive this most, because:families the make longMt ,,

,: 'I Utn ,. -, .. .: to during the summaf. (,"" .. "I; e..man who site as .JudgejJBiust !have the Wlfldoroua iq lJ atvir"y.t9, ;,vv,3JntIya { J:: "' .
THANK, \'O'l.{ ....... If the battery in you!'ear ', !&;!, li8tglt' ,Ci1)i }} (t i ..'j ,\
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHA "Ahoy, mate,. how're 9"'ft should the muffler;be considered.that to questionable And- to .all whjo stand before the::hurt.'rr' ; .James L. Tomlinson ,

things ashore?" in your own state may _NId hgtlcn| 't1..m.n' by Henry, M.Chilly' CampaIgn Trutuxr
get you arrested in another.

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Meet, .The' Maxie Carter, Jr. Family r I

Maxie. Carter,. Jr. '" Maxie Carter,, Jr. j f

Is _. Promises: "
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; *A Young Bradford County Family I 1 ii r r t? 4 *Fair And Impartial. Law'' '',""..'<.,

Man 'Enforcement To All. "


*To Fight Drug; Abuse.. .

> *An Experienced Businessman. : .

n. -- *24-Hour Service I


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; To Put Common
Leader With Sense. Into The.Sheriff's .
A Civic 20 'Years t ">:: '
Office. "
Proven Leadership Ability.
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1.,' :r'I' : .;, *To Be A Working Sheriff With

*A Man 'With A Genuine Feeling P S' 'i : Integrity. .
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For The j .
People, ; 9'U .
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Maxie, Kitty, Keith, Brad :

i: "It's The Man Behind The Badge That Counts.99 .

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Road Repairs Begun 24 FatalitiesAre Predicted : -

Over Labor Day pt-

; "i'J>:, STARKF A water-soaked "They're on the Job now," he operations affected adversely maintain the level of the lake PAUL C.
.':. Bradford County Is drying out t said Monday,. "and will put In were haying and grass seeding, in dry times were knocked out Trefflc crashes Florida's
i ,h r. from the 8-Inch deluge of rain 10-hour days right on until we flood. the flow of flood on
, and some pastures were to facilitate highway. during the Labor Eejrhollifcy
, ":\:'" ,.' over the weekeniI'which flooded get our county road conditions ed. waters. wMkend could take< the t HUTHI NSt
; county roads and washed out restored to normaL"Agricultural lives of 2. persons, but the .
, 'I. "The In the fieldsat For the railroad embankment
r" several small brlDges.\ damage was only crop years number can be lower If All
Dave Shuford, chairman oft minimal, according to Extension this time Is field corn, and if culverts were held to motoiiiu l will apply their bait 1
I t the county commission's road Agent Bobby L. Taylor. the rains let up for a while the be Inadequate and the cause of driving ability the Flo- ,
, corn should dry out all right for flooding of Sampson Lake area. rlday Highway i'ktrol. '
I department committee, said the "Our rain gauge at the Ag- of the The 78-hour holiday period t BRADFORD COUNTY
the cooperation
I' 1 road crew worked Saturday un- Building measured about eight harvesting. Through begins at 6 p.m., Friday, Sept.
The principal outlet of north. railroad and the county commission
" j I til midnight and all day Sunday inches during the period from I 1. and ends midnight the following -
I ern Bradford County's drainage an extra culvert was
Thursday through Sunday, he '
>. making and emergency'to repairs help resiS to- said, "but most of the surface 'system, the run from Sampson Installed,and the other two cut- In appealing to motorUU I to COURT JUDGE 'j, .
roads btrdges water got off fast through Lake, which passes under the terts relocated.As help curb the .xpectad numberof t
dents who were on, railroad embankment at the deaths, Colonel Eldrtge
I water covered roads. ditches, and Beach director of the Patrol
drainage the only lake, was in full flow Monday. a result the former condition
,,f Earlier, the low-level dams has been corrected to a aid, "Sato and reasonable A Proven ServantOf
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which had been installed to large extent of common sense and the determination -
to be careful." t The PeopleHUTCHIUS
; Elect.. A study of fatal accidents l
occurring during the holiday .1 l
JIM TEMPLE i period last year revealed that .
speed was the greatest contributing -
5. Z t p cause: In the fatal accidents
l which killed 23 per- t
i I Ii sons, four of whom were pe HUTCHINS Has No Outside Buisness Interest.
destrians. Most of the accidents -
i I occurred In rural areasat

night.In.Drinking 30 percent was of Involved the- t Can Devote Full time To The Office./

> ,. .... ....... ". fa"In taUti.an..effort to' assist the
; II Ijl ( .r-r 'T motoring public and reduce HUTCHINS Has Educated Your Children For The
I Q. What'. the beit wejr to react to a speed where braking will traffic deaths the Patrol will ,
Past 19 Years.
to a blowout not cause it to swerve. Pull press Into service every available -
4 f A. Here's OKI* Bound "blow. completely off the road be. trooper and auxlllaryman,
i out"advice gathered from experienced fore stopping.Get ,
unmarked patrol carsaircraft
ly { I professional truck from passengers the traffic out and lane well before radar and VASCAR speed computers H BITCH I NS
t I 1 ar ,rJ'iR/u '/( Trailer drivers Division by Clark and Equipment the ATA away you change the tire. ," concluded Beach. Is College Educated. t

Foundation. .
First, grip your wheel hard t
SUPERINTENDENT and increa.speed.lightly to Set the brake, put the car HUTCHINS Values "Service Above Self
jl get the car under control. in gear and block\( the wheel ,
Then gradually remove diagonally opposite the flat WISH I'D SAID
Bradford Schools your foot from the acceleratorto tire. (A 4 x 4 piece of lumber
:County let Don't the engine touch the act brakes as a carried. in the trunk does THAT"Don't HUTCHINS I k The Candidate Who Has His Feet On ,
;'*<......................... until the car has slowed down wheel nicelv)and Then put on jack the up spare.the t
. ,. The Ground And His Mind On The Publics Welfare
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Central leave well enough t Advisor To The Future Farmers Of America ,

Heating And Air Conditioning alone..that" isn't good V "Bradford Chapter"
enough. -Mayo G. Wood, (Pel. Pol. Adv.' j
Wellington (Ohio) Enterprise '

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Water Reduces Cavities Per Serving, Cost Storage Permitting. Elect Pleat Your Vote,.I.n For eI and and

Most Important Buy I In QuantityQuantity Neighbor:

Fluoridated water usually reduces dation on cavities in Gainesville finding even though our data Is school in Gainesville and Me- commonly referred to as the Price la not necessarily a I>urch... of food '-
dental caries 50 to 60 percent school children. nett j( complete yet" Conti said. bane School In Alachua. DMF rate.) guide to a good choice. It I. can result in a saving ample R. II. (RUSSELL)
according to Dr. Anthony The Alachua; school was usedto As documented by''the 1954 more important to determine storag* apace I U available. 'I I
and Conti examining
J. Conti, assistant professor In Conti said the 50 to 60 per LotzHar school began children compare children to the price per serving than price However, if freezer space or GIIIN Jr.
elementary the
study DIi'rnte :
the Department of Community cent reduction figure has been in 1971 and Gainesville children because government per pound or price per bunch. other facilities are limited.
Dentistry at the University of locumented lna 1954.59 studyof completed November their examinationsin the rural school children are has fluoridation consistently in gone Gaines down Know what you are getting the food may poll, resulting TO COUNTY COMMISSION
since In a Iou of rather than '
for the
Florida.Dr. school children In Gainesvilleby price you are paying. money
February. They examinedover ¬ exposed to fluoridated wa yule Conti said. a saving. DISTRICT. 5
the U. S. of ,
Conti along with Dr. Department 2,000 children from Lake ter.
Health, Education and
Stanley Lotzkar at the UF, are Forest Elementary school, Kir- ,.
The 1954 study was conducted ? "'
Conti said
(they cannot draw n
currently conducting a study on "It appears our study Is by-Smlth Elementary School during four treatment series .1f
cw. t
the effects of controlled fluori going to document the same and Prairie View Elementary any conclusions yet because the ,
with over 4.000 Gainesville 111/ (
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analyzed. However "evidence the series the DMF: r .
[ so far would tend to indicate "
Vote. Army LoosensReenlistment there is a tremendous differ. rate decreased trom 2.4 to 2.0 .
t t'l 1.7 to 1.4 for 8 year old chiledren. .ti fi :
ence In the carles rate becauseof :
Irw3 ARTBradford t tNOLLI fluoridation between (the rural
and city children," Conti ex Eight year olds were pointed!
WASHINGTONThe >plained. out by Conti because they were
I t Army, hoping to entice sol exposed to fluoridation all their
The carles rate is a measureof
diers Into lengthening their life as compared to 13: year olds
the total number of ,
careers, has decided to loosenIts decayed exposed only partially.
missing and filled teeth. (It Is
t tPd. re-enlistment regulations. ..
School Board
tt Under new rules announced
yesterday, many former enlisted DISNEY WORLD HOSTS
I DISTRICT No. 3 tt t men up to and Includingthe 10-MlLLlONTH VISITOR'
grade level of staff sergeant
may rejoin without loss ORLANDO Walt Disney World officials figured
1 DEVOTED INTEREST AND SERVICE TO BRADFORD t of rank i if they act within 18 when the hugo entertainment complex opened near here last
months after their discharge. Oct. 1 the attraction would draw 10 million visitors in the
Previously, veterans could lust year. But they reported Friday success was running
THEM. t re-enlist without loss of rank ahead of schedule. 4
V only during the first three Disney World welcomed its 10 millionth visitor .shortly
PROVEN INTEREST IN THE SCHOOLRELATED months alter discharge. before noun Friday, Peter Giordano of Rensselaer, N.Y., and (
I PROBLEMS OF ALL CITIZENS. his wife and three children. They were given VIP treatment a
Army officials said the action -
plus a lifetime pass to the attraction.
ON SCHOOL BOARD was taken in hopes of retaining -
4 YEARS EXPERIENCE SERVING career personnel during Officials have not predicted what the total of visitors will
( Pol. Adv.) j the transition to an all- be by Oct. 1, when the first year of operations ends.

volunteer force.

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I May 28, 1969, Bradford County Chief Deputy Dolph E. Reddish,of Stark.
he Florida was graduated from the 83rd session of the F.B.I. National Academy

j Find A at exercises held In the White House, Washington, D.C. He is shown
il 1 U j receiving his diploma from President Richard M. Nixon, while F.B.I.
Director J. Edgar Hoover looks on.
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y YM > ....... Elect-t-l DOLPH' .|i"i REDDISH your, 1 Chief Law Enforcement.?? Officer of Bradford
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:M SANDY \M> JENNELL. j1j@m@#I There Is No Substitute For

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THURSDAY Ii Man Whose Office Door Will Always Be .Open To You The People
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Barbra And Faye Are Well Known [ Thank You For Your Active Support And Vote On September 12Pd.

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School Lunch Policy SetA StruggleFor

Ban On i Nursery And Landscape I
free and reduced price Survival
or hardships ant urged Supt.
provided on theapplication -
school lunch policy for students Casey says, to apply for tree ICOOPER Is
will be confidential and
unable to the SignsPol1t1calllgn. i Company i
pay full price has or reduced price lunches for Death
been adopted by the Bradford their children. Application will be used only for the pur- Ends in .
Boar of Public Instruction, forma will be sent home to pose of determining eligibility, are prohibited
according to Supt. Tom parents the superintendent added. Florida law S 2111 N. Temple' 301 North Phone 9 6.
Casey. or are available In each Under provision of the school LIVE OAK An by on i i
Amount of issuance an ;Individual principal's office. Applications' boa 'j'l policy, each school apparent struggle for survival state and county right of
family upon !family! receives Income Is dependent and- may the be school submitted any time during principal's decision! he may deep in an underwater cave way. Florida Department : Now Is The Time: ForFallFertilization EXOTIC i
make a request for a hearingto be fully explained of Transportation officials
number of children In school, The form requests Information near here can never i
preschool or day care centers,. needed to determine eco- appeal the decision, Casey Suwannee County Sheriff reminded candidates HIBISCUSReg. i
School lunches ordinarily,cost nomic need based Incomeand been slates. The superintendent the has J. M. Phillips said, because today. .
designated hearing
35 cents for high school students number of persons In the family, official. as all three of the divers involvedare Illegally posted signs : 398 5
and 30( cents for elementary Supt. Casey says. Informationon The policy also prohibit 1- dead. must be removed by DOT
students. any unusual circumstancesor dentlflcatlon of or discrimination The three young men from and county maintenancecrews : 2.i
Families falling within any tardshipB which affect the against any.. ifcsdent unableto New Jersey unfamiliar with Lit preventing these .: I l
of the above scales or sufferIng family's ability to pay for school full lunch J -
costs Supt.
pay the Suwan-
lunches Is also tie River Springs on crews from performing WE IIWE'COMPLETE .
from unusual circumstances requested In-
;ze................... deep frepkao6uasg S Sl
school and the office of the superintendent i Roses i
VOTE FOR where It may be reported. Florida taxpayers. NOW 2.89
I reviewed by any. Interested ci- Phillips identified them as Robert Signs which are removed l R.

I .. Lewis Graver,18, of Linden, by state or county "
tizen.Consider Least N. J., Michael A. Williams, 24, crews will be destroyed. : Fla. PeatHumus S

DAVEPAULK i ii and Kenneth R. Degrazla, 23, Political under signs are Florida prohibited : -a Bag 79i i
Costly MeatsAmong both of Roselle Park, N. J.Graver's
body had a gash in Statute 479.22 which i TRAIL BIKES BY
i meat cuts costing knife' states "...no political i
i the abdomen and a was
leu are ground meat, stewing found on the floor of the cave signs shall be erected : HUPPFrom Pine HarkMulch! .
meat, roasts lamb, veal, tacked,
S Z pot ; 60 feet beneath the surface, officers posted painted : :
and ham thanks; chicken, nailed or otherwise dis- 95
County Commissioner canned meats, and the van-tout "We said.feel the stomach wound played, place or locateon : 249 UP Hag 98,. f
types of variety meats: liver, above state or .
I District 5 JI J SHAVE kidney, tongue, tripe, brains, was inflicted in what I would say" county road right-of'way.any -

: : and sweetbreads. was Sheriff a Phillips struggle commented.for survival."We i OUR SERVICE At Coopers Wo Have !

: I BEEN A BONDED STATE ROAD CONS : Choose Alternates feel there is a possibility that i
one ran out of air first and grab : INCLUDES SOD S'I> ft. 14
TRACTOR FOR 25 YEARS AND I FEEL THAT : When planning your fam- bed another one, possibly hopingto .
ily's meals, choose two or take his air supply." Please Vote For and : Lot Clearing DrainageSprigging CENTIPEDE (OK ST. .AUG.S (' :
i MY KNOWLEDGE.; OF ROAD BUILDING, MAINTENANCE : more' servings of meat or Chief Deputy Cecil Bonds said
: DRAINAGE AND TilE BUYING OF : meat alternates every day for Williams had a small amount of Elect Your Friend andN.ighber S ; Sodding Take! -
each person. Select two servings : Advantage Of Summer Specials By i
other Landscaping Sprinkler
: meat air left in his tank, but the
S : two) were out of uir."We've : :
alternates for exampletwoor Systems
: IN TIlE MATTER OF; OUR COUNTY. I FAVOR : three; ounces of lean probably had 20 peoplepulled ( R. II. (Kl'SSELl.' : ) : Lawn Maintenance TOnO :

: COUNTY AID) TO ALL VOLUNTEER FIRE : cooked meat, poultry or fish, out of there dead in tho
J 18 I've been a deputy," Jr. : ( Contract) I 88.88 :
no bones. Consider an egg, )years GREEN I.Jy 21'.xfiiiKifi' Cut Reg. 11)9.95)
.5: DEPARTMENTS,TO PROTECT OUR HOMES. :. one-half cooked dry beans, Bonds said. : / "'f' /-. We TT iTiT 2
Have Line Mower
Complete S
dry peas or lentils or one lie said these three arc the TO COUNTY COMMISSIONDISTRICT :

i. Your Vote' And Support Will Be : quarter cup.of.peanut butter. first cave in deaths about in a year that and particular a half 5 :........C.LI.SIO"................... ........."Sen....ice...Dealer").....................:

partly because the area was
| Appreciated (P.1. Pd. Adv.). ; closed to divers for a while.

'...................-......................tV The New Jersey trio did not -
use a life line, Bonds said.
"Theie are plenty of warning
signs around, even one down in EleYOM
that cave that says it Is dangerous CRAWFORD
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li to go beyond it, the
Ask deputy reported.
DILL E.COSTELLOI. I Phillips said Ms inrormation
has been turned over to the state
Charley w

doesn't attorney.expect The further sheriff Investigation said he- HE WILL WORK

since all three divers are ;

Johns dead. tor AS HARD AS YOUR

About This Question: New BookletOn }
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Insurance SHERIFF
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"The new Homeowners Helps Consumers '

'I'olicy covers unscheduled ;, \ J ;, AS HE WORKED
I I furs and jewelry to a max "). ., .. HAS)
total of $500 with 1- v '
a similar $500 limit on health 1\(new insurance booklet 6n has accidentand been Issued 1 FOR YOUR SUPPORT
1 I Ii .motor boats including by State Insurance Commissioner q
their trailers. If personal!' and Treasurer Tom 1W.
I II belonging! exceed these O'Malley. itI *
limits, and in the case!' III'l Entitled "The Great Hospital'
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Insurance Puzzle, the booklet '
stamp and coin collection. enlarges and explains the' fine I, YOU Have Seen Him
is it advisable to separately print found in health and accident '
I I I insure !such! valuables! policies and advertise- it' In A-C-T-I-O-N!
SUPERINTENDENT I ments and Is designed for the :,____
V protection of consumers.
of SCHOOLS ::1 E. The booklet Is available free *
I Charley of charge to Florida residentsat .

$ f Riff Appreciate lour J'",.. JOHNS AGENCY Service the 20 Offices Insurance throughout Department the TOM ( :nA \\ FOnn( >
state, or by writing directly to
131 So. Walnut St. the Department Tallahassee. I'L \l ill Ho 11\ lioro\or You

Phone 964-5070 Are \\lionovor You

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Elect. ELZIE S. 111& Otd1vmulill1 #J
Elect *

SANDERSBradford ** V '

County Judge '
Campaign '72 TOM CRAWFORD
Best "The l bOMS ,
worse onjonecan "Spell It Out" To Voter 'Pd.PoL "Iv.)
lime i is u l bad l habit"
Professional Training .

Experience Counts

Some Duties Of Your County Judge:

All Criminal Misdemeanor Cases Not Cognizable By) The Circuit ....- FOR ......,

Courts Ml > Solutions: Of Municipal And Count) Ordinances: $ W

All \etions \t (Law In \Mliieh\ The Matter In Controcrsnoes Not iii 4r Re-elect ))5radjc'rd.r5 tJ

Exceed 2.500.00., (which Include Ian}' Cases Currently) Handled .....: :...
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: .. And Other Duties Pre\iously Exercised By The County) J Judge's I

Court.Responsibilities. <
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Of County Judge:
: Conduct All Ch.i1nd Criminal Trials B) Jury: #r:: svtatca ;

f Rule On The Objections And (Motions Of(Attorney During Trials: : COUNTY .COMMISSIONER, DIST. 5 'lntttr I
s.\lId Determine If The Case : rtlga '
: Conduct All Preliminary Hearings {(::# ( u :::::y
: Should Be Transfered To Circuit Court: figrasss :.ti
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All \s To The Law \pplicable
( During Trials Instruct Jurors:
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Experience And Education . SANDERS t: I :
I J Has The Legal Training :{ A Member Of The Health And Welfare Committee Have Served At A Member Of The Development I Would Also Solicit The +:::=

. . SANDERS Of Bradford County For The Post Seven Year. Authority Since It Woa First Organised, In The Younger Vote A* They Will t}
r I II An Attorney . . . . IJ::: Interest Of The Entire County. Be The Men And Women Of :
I i :::. \IJ Has Been A Pleasure To Know That I HaveHelped Tomorrow :
Trial Procedure And.Rule* Of Court SAN DIRS : The Older People And The People That Have. Served A* A Member Of The County Zoning
It Experienced Needed Help. Board Since It Was First Created. .. I

Can Assure That All Will Receive Justice Before The Low SANDERS Thanks for the vote ::

1\:i! Now Serving My Fourth Term As A Trustee Of
tOUR COUNTY COURT IS MORE THAN A TRAFFIC Cloy Electric, Cooperative. and support: I havereceived
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U.S. Blocks Employment... ., With Clean Air Red TapeThe .,

Chino[ Mines Divisionof amelter smokestacks. The unhappy about it as the company the acid,into a harmless
Kennecott Copper Corporation purpose is to help control air "throwaway" product.
in Hurley, N.M., has pollution, but the company is Chino is now committed to The State of New Mexico BILL
completed plans to build a caught in the middle of a fight the construction of a plant to worked out regulations and .
new$21 million facility to reduce between the state and federal convert sulfur oxides to sul- methods to meet federal air
sulfur oxides and particulate governments. The union rep- furic acid and of another quality standards under the
matter from its copper resenting the employes is as plant which will neutralize clean air act. After hearings,
the state board adopted regulations -
j intended to ''protect
public health, and then sub ,
mitted its implementationplan HESTER.
to the U. S. Environ-
mental Protection Agency.
A VOTE FOR The plan,'including a regu.
lation calling for a 60 per
cent reduction of emissions
from non-ferrous smelters, ,
was rejected by EPA. The
BISHOP company has appealed the rejection The ONLY Candidate For
to a federal court;but
must hold up on its construction
of the control facility
until the court decides just HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVESWho 1
I what it is required to do.
The spokesman for Chino
says, "The reasons still are
not clear. The federal agency Is QUALIFIED Enough To Run On, His OWN
/ was supposed to send some
one problem to New Mexico,but has to not explainthe done Merits, And Is CONCERNED Enough To Work For'
HO. Apparently, the federal
people used the wrong net of YOU In Tallahassee.r .
.. figures developing their in

formation.A letter" to Bruce King, ---_ WLW
governor of New Mexico, r-
!h his signed by officials of the eight
unions which represent the
: employees of Chino Mines Division -a
says, "We want clean ,
air, but we have to protect Y
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For Florida's FutureW. Is Now At Th.Located



? Op.n Ev.ry Tuesday
9:30a.m. Till 3 p.m. _

SGT Gl.nn ..Army VH
W. E. BISHOP 786.5800 Coll.etJacksonville Bj
: Hester was born March 12, 1938 in Alachua, Flo. H. Was raised in Gainesville, and
graduat.d from Gainesville High School: In 1956. H. worked his way through engineering
Florida Senate school: 'and law school at the University of Florida.
SGT. S.cula: e Air Force

Democrat District 5: Paid. for by Virginia A. Bixhop.Tmmirrr 378.5100 Experienc. ... .
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Special Announcement I U. S. MARINE CORPS VETERAN. ,

Due To The Recent Storm : ; .t Concernedv

"I'm Concerned About Th. Loss Of YOUR Voice In Gov.rnm.nt, And I Guarantee That Your Voice Will Be
Heard By Meeting With You, As Your State Representative, In A Scheduled District Meeting Every Month."

PIC N SAVE DRUGS ; ':' II t "With The Rising Crime Rate, I Find Th. Striking Down Of The Death Penalty Very Disturbing. 'As YOUR
I Representative Our Staf." I Will Support Legislation To Strengthen Low Enforcement And To Restore The Death PenaltyIn

IN GAINESVILLE 'fir "I Am Concerned About The Ultimate Effect Ol Gun Control Kegislation, And I Feel More Legislative Action
I t Should B. Directed At Disarming Th. Criminal And Not Law Abiding Citiiens."

"I Am Concerned About The Inefficient Spending And Handling Of YOUR Tax Dollar On Th. Stat. Level, And
> As Your Representative In Tallahassee, I Will Diligently! Strive To Insure More ACCOUNTABILITY And
Efficiency: In The Stat', Handling And Spending; Of Your :Tax Dollar."

,t "I Am Concerned About The Educational Appointment Of Our Children And The Adverse Effect That Busing
f Will Be Closed Until We
Complete Has On The Quality Of Their Education. As The Father Of Twin Daughters And The Husband Of A SchoolTeacher
With Eight Years Experience In The Public Schools: Of This State, I See The Need For,And Will
Vigorously Work To Increase The Quality Of Educational Opportunities Throughout The District. I Will
1 Our Parking Facilities! t Also Continue Th. Fight To Stop The Busing Of Our Children."

"I Am Concerned That'The Farmer's Problem Will 'get Lost In Th. Shuffle' Of Big State Politics. With A '
Background Of Small Town And Hard Work, I Feel A Common Bond With The Farmers Of The District. I Understand .
4 The Importance Of Th. Farm Unit On The State's Economy, And That Of The Nation.,", By Talking And
Working "WITH You At Home In District 25, I Will Be Able' To Effectively Work FOR You In Tallahassee."

We Are Sorry For This Inconvenience

Please look Forward To Our / BILL HESTER IS CONCERNED ABOUT '



f I I The Very Near Future!. t tA QUALIFIED ENOUGH TO DO SOME -


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I Conner's Son Price Prove A Shocker

BASIC Injured Sat. New Auto Tags, May

INCOME'TAXPREPARATION ., In' Car Crash but nal price l Increase' request, 14. Ford, Chrysler and the remaining have their new models on sale
price. It has authorized General which the Price Commission GM divisions will l lt' before the end of the month. I
DETROIT If think Motors, and
you Ford Chrysler
baa asking
The Price Commission rejected, the fact it was '
you can buy a 1(73 model automobile American Motors to includein J'
refused by the automakers of $5 for options
requests an average
l H&R Block. Doyle Conner Jr.. 18-year- next month for the to add to im prices their wholesale prices an.. made standard. Elect .
old non of Commissioner of price of a 1973, you may be In even the bare costs of government average of $1 to $U.S3 to coyer The auto companies got almost -
,. Agriculture and Mrs Conner for a shock when you read required safety and the cost of current extra- all they asked from the F
Thousands. earning good of Tallahassee, received money a open tax prepare to men and Enrollment located hip. and will be hospi On the other hand dreamboat you may pending a, commission bear standard for 1873. for options made standard.The .

' women available of all ages for Job best Interviews tu-- tallied for a up truck-auto to six week accident, following find going your at exactly 1973"last :years" ing., This means as America comm{ ion approved a x MOXIEYYOUR

dent Send for tree Informa ,I Tallahassee
near Saturday.
tion and clan scheduler Motors $12.S3 average, taking all
put It. 1173 "wUI be models into consideration at
ClaifM Start Sept. 12 According to a Slate Trooper 3.3.. MILLION priced no hither than 1172 wholesale for Chrysler. The
-- Investigating the accident, similarly eqaalppecLHRemember company asked for an aver-
M HAR 1UocC-- .,, young Conner apparently lost age hike of $28 in its suggested BRABFORB SCHOOL
control of hU pickup! truck and those two words retail sticker prices-which
, 118 N. Walnut. I
St. .
. Pb. 964-8286 crossed the center line of Highway Voter Total similarly equipped. Also re- Include a 25 per cent mark-up BOAR* MEMBERBen
90, striking a station wagon member that every model a for dealers on regular size
1 PJ.... Send Me driven by Ira Wield Pop- company makes, regardlessof cars and 17 per cent on com Moxley .
.s Free Information poll, of Orlando. whether any options are pacts and minicars.
made standard, Is taken into Similar markups prevail for Will Take A Stand And Speak Up For What H.
'. 11IM Poppell was hospitalized with Sets ]Record "average.consideration" In figuring an dealers of the other three au Thinks It Right, And Against What He Thinks)
Mtfnu.m r rib and head Injuries tomakers. GM asked for $3 It Wrong.
. Your dreamboat not be
may and got 438. Ford for $10
new 'voters have signed up Similarly equipped for 1973 and got $8.Donald Ben Moxley. .
The FlIP said that Conner TALLAHASSEE: Secl'eo and that
"average" II to
and whether the Republican Rumsfeld chief of
SMI. .z,,__ .. would probably be charged with tary ,of State Richard Stone growth results more from 11253 additional for options the Cost of Living Council has Will B. Accountable To You Parent And Taxpayer -
failure to have his 'vehicle under announced Friday that a record Democratic crossovers or made standard may bring the scheduled hearings to brg.n
: control. 33 million Floridians total difference( to ioo-plus. Of Your School System.
. -- -- from registering new Sept. 12 on over-all price In.
II.: .AN0 MAiU.TO'OA'Y'' have registered to vote, with voters. For instance, the Ford Gal- creases being asked by the Ben Moxley .
Republicans adding to their axie 500 Is coming!! with power automakers, which thcv claim
ranks at twice the rate of HE DID SAY that the number disc 1973 brakes as standard for represent only the added cost Does H21! Believe That Quality Education Meant
Democrats.* of new young voters Is They were a $50 option required to men government Spending More And More Money.
Ho, said Republican'ains "not overwhelming." in 1972s A larger slx-cvlmder mandated emission control
show that 'by no stretch of engine on the Maverick or and safety standards. Ben Moxley .
tie-Elect don't think registering
"I they're Comet
the imagination could they be now is standard and Rumsfeld said objectionsand
considered anything other In any heavier numbers you have no option, as in supporting evidence could It Concerned For His Child And Your Children'
than a coequal party In a' than any other age group on 1972 to skip this $38 extra he filed until Sept. 39 and no Education.
two-parly system in Florida." election day.HStone charge. decision could be anticipated
said the young people Power steering will be before mid October.
Of the 3.3 million registered have not yet reached the standard, instead of a 111.35 The first of the 1973s, G:\1'. (Pel. Pol. Adv.)
voters, 23 million
t arc Democrats same proportion of registered option, In American Motors' Cadillacs and American Mo
r q'w .and 893,523 are Republicans voters as other ago: groups Ambassadors. So you won't tors' full line, go on sale Sept.
97,524aro independents but "they're getting theic. get by there for the "average _
or belong to other parties. He bald the significant 'l' additional the Price Com' 6 -- J ---
things about the new young mission approved for AMC' -
THE GOP has increased its>> voters Is "there ate an awful cars and Jeep vehicles.If --i
4r ranks at more than double tho lot of independent voters in j I :
rate of Democrats since the that age: group." you go for a Chrysler 1 ,
1970 primaries, adding 18 per' with a cloth and vinyl bench f
cent, or about 122,000 new CAUTIONING! THAT a front seat with a divider arm 1t
Republican 'voters.Democratic large number of new voters that be an extra' 1111.80.
ranks increased means more than young voters Carpeting, to be standard' la j IMOR t
I. by about 8 percent, a gain of ," Stone said it also the 1173 Dart, adds 117.45. \ 1t
.,( Y" : 175,000 voters since the party "means people who came General Motors refused to
flexed its muscles in 1970 by here. from Ohio and New Jersey say that 1972 options it Is
electing Reubin Askew governor and brought old pulitical making standard In its 1973 '

.i fIi:: 'TSi( A Claude over incumbent Kirk. Republican .allegiances with them," models. It burled in its orlfit- j MYUAMMOCK t

TOTAL VOTER rcfilbtralion;: I k
Increased by about 40(1.099( ads ?
ORIE WIGGINSTO tiince the-Mdreh 14 pl'c< primary, with the largest:; Prosecutors Back 'I
t tt
THE share of new voters!! picaumii-!! '' I I
.bly tho 18 to 21-j'car-olds! who
gained the right to vote in .
the tt
Starke City Council past year Death Penalty Act

Stone, how ever;,wan! unable
GROUP 1 to at this time how J j
say many TAIPA'Tho: Prosecuting ati\cs of the judiciary).. W'i+ t
Attorneys Association told
SEPTEMBER: 12, 1972 the House Select Committeeon tem.Law enforcement officials
Smokey Says: the ,Death Penalty Friday testifying at Miami two weeks
that capital punishment t ago and prison guards at Rai-
CARELESSNESS should be restored in Florida. ford prison last week all sup. t
State Atty. Joe Spicola, ported moves to restore capital I,
FOR THE PAST 10 YEARS I HAVE: SERVED) speaking for the association punishment .
AS YOUR COUNCILMAN. DURING THIS supported Atty. Gen Robert! Rdiloid prisoner said it .
PERIOD I HAVE WORKED.: FOR THE INTEREST Shevin's recommendation that was no deterrent i to ci'line. .' a ., rowa.w.wwrr, ., ,.. 9S
the death penalty be reinstated 1The. US.-: -Supremo Court--
OF THE CITZENS OF STARKE: AND 'for murder of a law en- ruled in ..1l1ne..that capital. ,, w. W<* e. ,
THE: GROWTH OF OUR CITY. forcement officer or prison punishment I is! unconstitutional

killing employe while, murder committing for hirer a felony an"Supremo now administered.Court decisions On Labor J Dut' \\ o Honor All Those \\ ,ho

EXPERIENCEDCAPABLE assassination' hijackingor cause more problems than \l ork \V ilh liruin Or Krmut To Build A
a murder committed by a thev solve. Spicola said. t

person The committee on parole for was minder.namedby R-Tampa State Sen., also David appeared.McClaln.; boo Greater<< America. ]Most t Of \\ hat \N c See,

to Speaker prepare Richard lecoinmcndations'Petligrew: fnie favor the of committee the death to penalty.speakin Use And Enjoy 1 I Is The Product. Of Luhor.

Your! Vote and Support Will Legislature for a special to session be called of the in' from"\011 people can't\\ho get have statistics not hada Let Is All He Proud To I lie orkin r To t

November.The brush with the law Mhoicie
Be Appreciated (? Pol. Ad.,.> Don't let wildfires destroy Tampa meeting was \ deterred by the death Enrich Our Li\cs!, And I The Lhes!' Of Others.
our picnic arias. called to hear from represent pcnalt" he said.

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These are two conclusions pendltures, however Is the determined ELECTION NOTICE daughter.,
The move from farm to city Veterans who
may be coming to a halt, a to be drawn from various reports individual in community or pension receive checksor compensation You must have your qualifying Mr. and Mrs R, A, Bran- I Industrial Commercial and Residential t
of economic and on the progress of rural after rural community who papers turned In to Mayor nen of Bedford Lake were host
new era social military retirement NEW AND USED CONTROLS t
growth for rural America America, from the arid resolves to solve the problemon have premiums for pay, can Bruno by September 1, If you and hostess for a family reunion I
may already be launched, according stretches of the Southwest to his own, who takes actionto deducted from their Insurance plan to run for a city office. last Saturday evening for MOTORS AND SWITCH EQUIPMENT t
Claude W, Gifford, the green fields of the South- set his own neighborhoodon pensions Those having quallfledtodate Mrs. T. F. Brown. All four of ,
director of Information for the east. They also are Indications the road to progress. ment checks compensation and thus free or retire-them- are: ForMEtyorrArthur Bruno; Mrs. Brown's children were 24-Hour Service t
US Department of Agriculture. that the much talkedaboutgoals In Tulla, Texas, for exam- selves of the need to mall City; Marshal, Vernon Forsythand present: Mr. and Mrs. Gordon i .Phone Keystone :,473-3753 .
of rural development are beginning Weest of Miami, Mrs. Kathryn t
al leaders set out tobusinesses Ralph Vaughanj City; Clerk,
.. to emerge as realized combat decaying Mackall premium .payments says W. B. Evelyn Vaughan; City Council, Carbone of Elizabeth, N. J., 11: f. (Bubba! !) Wells,. Manager .
accomplishments foranIncreasing blighted housing. As a result Division, Director of Veterans of the Florida Grace Beal, W.K.( Brown, C Ted Frank Brown of Orange Park, ,. ... __-
r- number of communities. of their efforts, the communIty fairs. Af Curtis, Josephine Fontaine, Don and Mr, and Mrs.Emory Brown
Some signs of the recharged has 386 new low-cost homes This automatic Hill, Lillian Ingenlath, and of Hampton.
energies within ruralareasare: and Jobs and income are up ing also way mak- Frances Wadsworth.TIllS Other guests were Mr.( andMrs.
-More Jobs: During the!1960'a because of the construction Insured payments protects the ( Taylor of High Springs
nonfarm Jobs Increased by 39 work. In North Carolina, citi- him against lost mall and 'N THAT and Thomas Topllffe of Jacksonville -
saves the
percent In the countryside, a zens mounted driver education check cost of post- Mr. and Mrs. Tm Hardy are ReElectW.
A slightly better rate than the 34 campaign as a small but vital age The a only requirement or money is order. visiting with Mr.and Mrs.White Mrs. 1 Kathryn Car bone of
percent Increase In metropo- part of their Statewide effort the check the veteran that and family in Ashford, Ala. Elizabeth X. J, spent last week
litan areas. This growth rate to connect more rural work- the government must gets be from sufficient Mrs White is the Hardys' with her mother Mrs. T, F. H. ii.BILLY .
In completely Brown.
has been high
ers with more better paying
rural counties as well as In Jobs. to cover the premium. Mr.( and Mrs Wilton Hart
those with cities of up tc Q Rural development Is an I- You this can method obtain l of full detailson .,. .. and son, Roy, were vacationing ( )
paying premiums T" It's a WOMM'SMOHAIR
50,000 population. dea whose time has come-- contacting In South Florida last week.A .
-Farm exodus ending: The mostly because Increasing your County point of Interest was the
farm population has dropped to numbers of local groups are office Veteran of the Service Veterans Office Administration any _.; home of George Jones and Tammy
fewer than 9-1/2 million per Wynette, "Old Plantation
taking It upon themselves to
With so few people remaining or by writing Mac- Music Park," in Lakeland.
sons Iteel
nuke sure that it does.
hall at P. 0. Box 1437 .
St. r
on theatlon's! farms, Petersburg They, also spent several days t
little further decline In the fishing on the West Coast south It
population Is possible. As the 'NEW SHAG of Sarasota and St. Petersburg
/ farm-to-city migration dwindles Men's Football Reintroduction of mohair as Beach. _
to a negligible level, con- Acting( Director a carpet fiber, a new type Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred f on-
Don't bo misled ) In. tinued gains In nonagricultural SetA Is Named For high-loop pile shag and use tame and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
spite ol runaway inflation Jobs will have a more visi- of new knitting machine tech- \aughan visited( Suwanneo and City Councilman.
Florida's utility ble impact on the overall economy CLUB: Agellel niques for sheerer wall cov- Horseshoe Beach last Sunday
rates are lower than and population of rural organizational I meeting for erings may be am.ng the more afternoon.
the average through. areas. the Men's flag Football Is set Important developments In the Mrs. Harold Coeller of Indianapolis -, Group 5
out the nation. In regulating -Greater Federal commitment Monday, September II, at 7:30: Elaine C. McBride, 36, De- floor coverings Industry dur- Ind. Is visiting her
these rates. I to rural areas: The government p.m. at the Kecreatlon Depart- put-: Director, has been named ing the coming year son, Kev. J. I.. Shaw, pastor Re-elect a man who has always worked for the best In-1
have represented youresponsiblyconserva Is st3pi Iitv: up Its Investment -, ment office on north Temple Acting Executive Director of Some reseachcrs are con- of' tile Hampton Christian terest of all of the people of Starke, and for the bett.r..
in rural America Avenue. CX'ii'J Economic: Agency, Inc., Unced tile floor coverings industry Church. Mr. Cocller will be m.nt of the city of Stark..
tively and prudently manyfold. I'or example, funds Teams Intersted In playing In Starke. She succeeds :Nelson is "ripe" for a move coming this week. The Ccel-
for lour years. earmarked for housing In rural should have a representativeat R. Klos, director for the past into the use of mohair as a lore will visit with their son Vote
To continue protectingyour areas amount to $2.2 billion the meeting, says AssU Recreation three years, who: recently re- carpet/ fiber. The)' say easy until after labor !ley.Mr : dollar for a man who will get a dollar' worth for each
pocketbook I this year, four times the Director Randall Da: signed. tomers are beginning to demand and Mrs. .I'. C. Reed spent.
need your vote and 1969 level; sewer and water The announcement was made carpets with more qia- are proud grandparents of a
support. programs are allocated $342 vis.At least three teams have this week by rank (I., Williams lily;) appearance and feel in baby bo)". Dill, Jr. Is their I need and will appreciate your vote and support.W. .
million this year, nearly twice show Interest to date, Davis president of the agency's the "medium" price range and first grandchild and son of Mr.
the 1969 level. Total funds devoted says. board 0: directors, who said that the price of mohair is and Mrs. Hill Heed. -- H. (Billy) Nogel
to rural development efforts Mrs. McBride assumed her duties well within the perimeter to The ScI OI'. Citizens meeting
by the Department of Agriculture -. on July 3. permit use lit carpets to retail Is tomorrow night, September!r, I P.I. l'"l. Advil
will amount to $3.5 Set Mrs. McBrlde has servedas from $10 to $15. The (act 7:30: p.m.at Hampton t"iIJ'IIaIl.
Sign Up
billion this year--four times the agency's Deputy;) Direc- that It does not have to be

/ the much level as In In 1969.1961 and twiceas For Boys Flap this tor since she worked May 1970.In the Prior Neighborhood 'to, or Imported today Is as in is mohair's the fact fav-that '.;:;3.tb:: ..:un: 7n:'ti{.:::::::*-.-.<::-:r'::::::::*lb: '.'.-:*:::::::::::::".-:-.!."-_!.'.:"_"-'-'':-""'':-''"'''.-:.'-:.--!'.->>.:..-'.'}:':-,!-.n----':..',.:','.'-'..:'.,,,.n-,.>>'nn.u:_.:.,-!-!-!,.,.,.,,.w-n--n-'uu.-n.=,.,,,.,.,.,.,.,,,.:rry:.:.,.:-'-.:.:.:.".:.":;p
More important than the statistics Service Center In the demand for mohair from :if:
or the governmental ex- Football LeagueRegistration Green Cove Springs, and Is the apparel Industry has les- Elect: The/ J Mnn II ill/
the, founder and president of sened In recent years, thus
begins Tuesday the Clay County;) Opportunity;) dropping its price.It I
for flag football play for boys 7 Center, Inc.. which spearheaded was noted that mohair today .20 YEARS .
ELECT CHARLES:? to 12 years of age, accordingto : the Neighborhood Facility;) Is priced (at $1.25 per
the starke Recreation De- Project. The Neighborhood I"a- pound) competitively with some
SCIi41r= 1: pa rtment. cUll;)' is now In the remodel- synthetics, and it Is best usedIn JUDICIAL EXPERIENCE
The Small Try Program Is ing stages and will be ready carpeting In combination with ('
YOUR for boys 7-8-9 years of age for occupancy in late toll./ synthetic fibers--such as An. k Elect
CITY while the Rantam League Pro- Applications for the positio.i tron !13'lon--or with wool on
COUNCILMAN gram is for boys 10-11-12 years of Executive Director are being a :;0.0:; basis, and Is bestIn
GROUP S of age. taken at the Cl'BU headquarters designed carpet rather than I JUDGE T. A.

RESIDENT OF STARKE 25 YEARS To participate in the small in Stake All per- solids.
A MAN OF PROVEN ABILITY try program, a boy must attain sons Interested In the Executive -' They are equally convinced
age seven before September l Director's position have carpet manufacturers will turn i-
STANDS FOIL IIKTTKK: 15 and must not attain age until October 13 to apply. to hlghloop pile effect in shags YAWN
ADMINISTRATIVE: I'KAC'TIC'ES: 10 before September 15. To as a "new" typo;) carpet in I.JR..
participate in the bantam program 1972. They, said carpet manufacturers _
Your Vole And Support Will He AppreciatedOn a player must attain age Prison InmateItTFi continue to show a Thorp I Is: No Substitute: For '
... (.before> .September 15and must great deal of interest in shag : __ '
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September 12 ]1972! I carpeting but are looking hard ." 'J' I' ....... ..I. ..... ,.
I. I IfIIm'! JIIIItl: ilypeod8'ifeto IU k ,A uc'I''('lit wti11I1f LT1 u..I1C.. 'I n. i .
( (P.a.. p0i. Ad"vf1'U.Msc? JJI!( I'" lherl&r ;6w' \\I' 1\II.A.\ ;: 1lIeglstl'3 : for some"new stjlingieffects, ) 'Jmww "; -blllnj ao5r+'i 't tgS Nl! evMlr I
lion will be held each ('ln' This some will find bv "loop.Ing" :. ,' nil. ,.
the long tufts under, thus
It4 s aa..Ii r.L. at Monchj t (the 'I'mtt- -ridgy Street, 3:30-3:30: (Playground: p.m. maintaining the shag appear- Judge Yrftrii lleliere Our Society lifts Itecn "Too /'r"is.'fit'

Center beginning Tuesday September \\Vaverly McClinton, 23yearold ance but offering a carpet that #
Note mid Klcci 13.Practice. inmate of tile Lnion Correctional would be much denser and I' :
''J f sessions will begin I Institute (former rial- "richer." H* Believes It's Tim Our Stat. And Nation Returns To Law And Order. JudgesElected p pr "

I R.H. GREEN Monday, September II, for small ford State Prison); was stabbedto By The People Should B* Committed Ta Intelligent Enforcement Of The ?' '

: (Ru..ll) Jr.Count fr>" and Tuesday, September 12, death by a fellow prisoner Trespassing: : : r Law With Compassion And Absolute Impartiality, And Without Regard. For! One's
after Sunday.
: t for bantam players."Punctuality lie died soon after In the prison On Public School Race, Color, Religious Or Political Bell.fs'Or Station In Life. 1:
) Commissioner hospital. N

District :5; Joey Adams, 33, an inmate Ground:* Illegal F Judge Vaiffi linn Practiced. These/ Beliefs for 20 V,'"r.sAn
t ('('".'I serving 15 years for breaking
t Count} Hide" and entering with Intent to com A (:OUIIIJutlgf' llradford County.Let : r{
new legislative act, effective s,
e mit a felony Is being questioned -
/{ In connection with the stab- September 1, makes trespassing -
Progressive Government *
t Our Roods and Drainage Improve t bing.Witnesses said the two men- grounds a on misdemeanor public school of the f::: Him Now Cam Them To Our (Circuit; Court: ? >t

j were fighting over the theft of second degree.
Commissioners Set Milloge And property from the locker of a Laws already on the books s Elect Judge T. A. ; '
t Appoint Pol. Workers la the art of third Inmate, who was not Identified. provided a the penalty for trespassing # YAWN Circuit: Judgt/ ; Grouphu
P.I. Pot. A.lv. guessing how late the other on grounds com-
,I- s. w w.. i .ell. I fellow Is going to be." McClinton 1 was serving 22 muiiltj;)' colleges and univer- s:;:: Puld for by Rohurt K. "''rlh, CumpulMn' TrviiHurur }rri.k22Ydfr'k'vv :
a -a. s .
ears. on a robbery charge In sities. They were amended by : : :: : >9+::+:v3::::::.:ff'RAfdf::: : : +::YSY: +Cvd:+:<::k::::s:03rfi'.v'v"x: :: :::::::: :r-i';vrffiS:::::::::::;.:::::::;:::::::;:;;;:::::::::::::::::;::;:::::::;:::::::: :: .
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(From" Page I 1)) .(From" Pag 1)) past cases.
Slocum of
CMeXH. During the discussion there from his seat to answer the over 100 feet frontage plus a- -Asked Johnny.
=-BUS which lie said placed expensive for Secretary. of State Tom to make a final decision at was a sharp exchange between zoning board director.At bout 30 other Iota and Is called tawtey to adverts his pro-
VT. Adams, two as secretary and Long that point the chairman "Smokerlse.f ; near Lawtey for change
building programs before years the September meeting and Vernon Olin, main from
-.. ..-' back into -Told Norton Enlow that RIB, a residential classification
-- agricultural affairs,and by 30dfi spokesman gaveled the meeting
accomplishments.H the for the
classroom speeding up process group of
referred to the Middle two years as legislative& assistant citizens. order. dividing a 210 foot wide lot to BA, business, to
School "the mass,"and said to Sen. Bob Saunders. zoning board pointed out Then In an aside to one of fronting on Silver. Lake into allow him to build a home and
that students as could not ooncen- H. described himself as a conservative Us In advertising the Long pointed out that 85 per the audience, but audible over two lots, 105 by 438 feet and an auto body repair' shop. Slo-
traM on their studies In an and attacked liberal change purpose requested Is to have cent of the land in Bradford the entire meeting room Olinwas 105 by 600, feet meets zoning cum was also asked to obtain
classroom situation. He legislators' who he said were objecting to the change.as County Is zoned to permit mobile heard to say: requirements and that no statements from neighbors that
open persons homes. I want to sell. chang In classification Is do not object to the
re- they
said that students) In the present "selling the people down the well aa those for It, present "He said only
not getting river." H* opposed consolidated at the September meet- "No one on the board Is a- That's not true. I love Brad- quiredTold, change, and present them at
system are )
) the education thy deserve government and said he Ing. Board Member Art Kie- gatnst mobile homes, but want ford County. I think that's a Bailey Wallen Ms 3.36 the next meeting so a decision
: to one thing," Long stat to about a acres ofbnd on US-301 north can be made.
many cannot spell or understand would work to preserve the fer also told the group the land say terrible thing say
Cabinet system In Florida go bear- citizen." of Starke la zoned exclusive
have some
fractions, and some areas use map will ed."Mr.
Olin is concerned action the Zoning agriculture and that classification -
vernment. that the change only In other .
much as three years behind Ing on the case, C.
In their work. Bias Hester, Orange Park at- will not be decided by a popularity with getting a name on a con- Board: allows,one mobile home
torney, reviewed Ms background contest or by numbers tract." -Approved a plat for a pro- for a 2-1/2 acres area or more. The neighborhood wives
Costello said he was a firm which Includes a doc- on either side. "That's a dirty; rotten state posed subdivision on Brooklyn Wallen was told he can have have suspended !the morning
believer In discipline, when tor's degree from the University Main spokesman lor the group ment. Not true. We've got e- Lake near Keystone as pre- one mobile home or conventional coffee meetings because they
fairly applied, and charged that of Florida Law School, was Vernon E. Olin of Olln's nough money, we don't have to sented by Jim Bryant. The proposed home,on the property tend to attract candidates.
many high school students and a degree In engineering Mobile Homes Sales on SR100at sell a God 16mn mobile home," subdivision Includes 14 under its present classification. -
are allowed to ]graduated Besides practicing law in Or- Edwards Road. Etevld Gunter Olin sharply retorted, rising lots on Lake Brooklyn with .
while lacking the abilityto ange 'Park, he has served asa Clarence .
hold down a Job. legislative. attorney both In Wllllard Gunter, Joe Pentecost,
Casey said that Costello had the Florida House and Senate, owner of Universal Mobile
expressed a dislike for new and '''did extensive legal research Homes In Starke, and several IT JUST DEPENDS ON WHAT YOU WANTA
OPEN LETTER TO TIDE PEOPLE buildings, and admitted that a during the 1969 sessionon others.
lam amount of money has air and water pollution con- The coning board will not
been spent. "The board bor- consider spot zoning anywhereIn
FROM THOMAS J. RIVERS. DIn rowed money by selling certificates trol.Thomas J. Rivers n, a native the county; It was made
the past few weeks, I have of indebtedness pled- of Green Cove Springs and clear Tuesday night by Acting CIRCUIT JUDGE TO BE !
traveled throughout your county ging racing revenue fund, and now a teachers in St. Johns Chairman E. W. Hodges.Chair-
trying to see as many people we have competed with other County; said that "since more man John Torode was time .
as I could I will continue to counties for other funds," Casey than 70 per cent of state ex-, keeper at the Democratic Com- s',,
do the .same up until election said "Not one penny of pendltures went for educationlast mittee sponsored political rallyIn ,,1..
o y. local property tax has been year I feel that the taxpayer Hampton Tuesday night and '.: ..' ,
I Just want you to know a'llwe pledged to \ funds." :: needs more practicing board member Zedra Hamilton IfYou'WantA Man Who ,. r.' \
about It Is true that ex
me. Tempi pion to educators representing him Is a candidate for reelection
I was brought up In Green this statement saying that tax In the Legt.latur..1'heyOWllr- to the county commission,:
'Core Springs, In Clay County money Is .tax money, whetherIt est candidate In the group Rivers and neither was present.
and that In I St.make Johns my Coun-residence comes from the local, state, emphasized his qualifications Addressing the zoning board cares about all of the people and their problems and has been proving it over the last 9 )cars.
now' or federal level, and has to In dealing with the problems Pentecost said one couple had
q.. But I want'O\llo know that be paid' the of youth.In land In the Edwards
by taxpayers Just bought
r have a great feeling for the same. He said that all of the 5th Semtorlal District Loop area and then couldn't believes that everyone should be equal before a court of l law and will listen to all sides of a
PEOPLE no matter where they tile county'; race track funds race Sen. W. E. Bishop, Lake move a mobile home onto It. matter before deciding. "
com from. I've found the people had been pledged until the year City businessman and former Olin said the area on SR-18
of Bradford County; to be 1999 and that some of this teacher, called for reenactment zoned for mobile homes Is too '
some of the warmest and most money could have been usedto of the death penalty asa low. "We want something good I. is aware of the terrible drug problem among{ some of our )youth and wants to do something about
,!concerned citizens anywhere.You Improve such programs as deterrent for crime. He said solid, and decent," Olin stat-
are concerned because testing, guidance, drug control, he was one of the few remain- iu.
you want to make certain that and improvement of transportation Ing legislators from a rural ed.Jerome Johns then suggestedthe
you elect a man who Is notgoing ..cIUUe.. area and that the people should Zoning Board take another '
to forget where he camefrom believes a judge should be accessible to the people to hear their problems, their suggestionsand :
Ben Moxley, a candidate for return him to Tallahassee to look at the area which was ,
\ when he gets Into office. School Board, said that costs fight for their Interests. zoned residential I, RU. In the their criticism twenty-four hours a day. .
Of course, whoever you elect of school operation could be Sen. Bob Saunders, the other land use study prior to adoption .
will have to keep the best Interests reduced If materials 5th District candidate, attackedthe of the zoning code two
were will work to make the court for the convenience the people. .
of the state as a wholeIn ..
purchased from the surplus new revenue sharing bill years ago. Johns suggested the '
mind but Ms primary Interests warehouse located In Bradford as unfair to the smaller communities group collectively advertise the "' '
should ALWAYS be with County.; Moxley said that 75C! and said that If returned zoning change to reduce Individual is willing/ innovate to lick our rising crime rate. ';, I! .,\ I'. ,
the district from which he came. to the Legislature he i .
typewriter ribbons could be cost, but then Tax Assessor "! 7. :.. "' :
I am deeply concerned about bought for SC!; $225 desks for would continue his fight for Gene Long, director of ,/ ', :, ]h... "
this, also. $25; and 94.90 books for 51!. equality; under the bill for rural the zoning board, suggested the will remain humble and a man of the people. ..> '''At'1'-/. ;. ,' ,' :, .
It's very difficult to conveya He said that If elected to the areas. He also stated his board pay' the advertising and ,-." ., '." "
sincerity by means ofa news- board he would "have a man opposition to abolishing the the suggestion was accepted. .
paper advertisement. want out there every week" buying Cabinet system.No the board had is well qualified and a seasoned trial lawyer in civil and criminal case's.
you to know that the reasonI material. "Almost every county new Issues developed In Long pointed out 't.,
entered this race was because In the state Is doing this the five-man Sheriffs race at paid for advertising twice In
I truly want the PEOPLE but Bradford" Moxley said. the Brooker and Hampton ral- believes in our system and wants to make it work! better.
to have the strongest voice Inour Moxley also said that It wasa lies. The five candidates-
slate government. The disgrace that no rest room Maxie Carter Jr. Jlmmle W. present. They were:
PEOPLE are YOUI facilities are provided at the Clark, Tom Crawford, Dolph For County; Court Judge, is a church man (baptist), a 32nd degree/ mason and shriner.
I decided on my own to enter bus llama for the use of employees Reddish, and Jennings Starling Bradford County; : Carl Hurst
this :race. I am financing my or bus drivers who -- continued to stress their Paul C. Hutchlns, and ElzleS.
own campaign.' I have no other have to take their veMckles qualifications and pledge new Sanders. Then . Elect
person speaking! for me.Ispeak there and wait for work to be programs to meet the problems For Circuit Judge, Group 5:
for myself and .for: your,'best done on them. He sald.thaj of youth"-and reduce the R. A. Green Jr., and JamesL.
interests some of the construction mo- "crime rate.Reddish Tomllnson.
I am married, and the father ney should be spent on upgrading ,' now chief deputy; of For Circuit Judge, Group 6: R. A. (IUZZY)
of two daughers. I ama the bus barn facilities. Bradford County; said he had A. Z. <(Am teacher. I belong to the Methodist been asked about the future of T. Schwartz, and TheronA. \
Church where I am a In the four-sided legislative. Deputy Robert Green if he(Red.dJslO Yawn, Jr. r
music and youth leader. I rally,
race for RWMWtottMVonVnthe \ ; ( Gr'eebnewould' sponsored IUD 4W
I feel that I have the Intelligence new 25th DisTrict, licluclIng HiillfAt be i' med ., b : Executive I i
ability, and concern Bradford Clay, and the Chief Deputy; effective the same Committee, will beheld
needed to make an effective northern part of St. Johns date that he ((Reddish) would Friday night Sept. 1,' at the
representative from District County; Frank Williams of become sheriff if elected. Theressa Community Center. Gj
25. I'll work hard for Starke said the main Issue Is No big issues were gener- A supper will be served at the
you and always listen to you. who can provide the most effective ated by the three candidatesfor center starting at 5 p.m., with
If you would like ,to assist voice In Tallahassee County; Commissioner Dis- speeches by candidates to start JR.CIRC.UIT
me In attaining this office so He pointed to his seven-year trict 5Russell Green, :Zedra at 7.The .
that I can efficiently work.for record aa Bradford County CIvil Hamilton, and Dave P>tulk-- final rally, sponsoredby
our area, pleas call me In Defense director, and said the Committee, will be held, .h
Green Cove at 284-3021, or In he wanted to strengthen free and Arthur Holllday, who Is at ,the BHS athletic field In' 1 1v17
St. Augustine at 829-3261. enterprise, and defend the law- running with Moxley for the Starke, Saturday night, Sept. 9. JUDGE
Ttank'O\l for considering abiding citizen's right to carrya District 3 School Board seat Supper will be served by the
candidacy. based his appeal on t his past Starke Woman's Club. .
gun. He said he also oppo.edabollshlnr
Thomas J. Rivers, D, Candidate the death penalty for experience on the board. A Jaycee-sponsored rally will CROUP 5 e
House of Representa- certain crimes. Candidates whose names will be held this Saturday Sept. 2.
lives, District 25- Democrat Bill Lockhart of St. Johns appear on the Non-partisan at Softball field on BrownIeeRoad.
County pointed to his five years lot for Judicial Officers spoke No supper will be servedat A Man of Proven Interest and bility
Brooker and
tt the Hampton
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Gas Suit Settled. Flooding e Students Drifting In From VacationBradford

(From P.g.1)) (From P.g.1)t) -
Tallahassee recently sets the this year. County Schools of 1,160. A further Increase week after the air conditioning( classroom teaching one or two shortage:
price of ms/ for the city power That $70,000 will Just about AU roads were >passable> by opened Monday with total at Is expected after Labor lay system Is turned on, he a said,. are Illled, although there arestill personnel.Let's .
plant at 4.725 cent per therm.a cover the Increase In the natural Wednesday morning except the tendance slightly off from last Bradford Middle School reported Casey said that basically all
43 per cent Increase over _mm,, gas coats under Luke Road. There are still years average dallyattendance, a total of 911 enrolled
the previous rate of 3.3 cents the contract negotiated In the washout In the roads leading but school officials were con- Tuesday a slight gain over P- I ." ::$
per therm. But the lait time settlement last week. Sampson" City from Moody's fident that a slight gain would last year's enrolImentof around
the city enjoyed the 3.3 cents Lure and from SR-ioo by be shown by the first of next
per therm rate was In 1970 Clerk Merrill Edwards also Sampson Lake, but those roads week. 900.Both local elementary schools Put
before Florida Gat began to says he doesn't see how the are barely passable Ellington "Some families don't return showed a smaU declines In enrollment -
use an escalation clause In the funds raised by the surcharge reported from vacation until after labor Southslde Elementary
old contract to raise price can be dropped by the city. 'Hopefully people will bear day. and children will continue reported an enrollment of I :
Florida Gas got a large rate with us," the road foreman to drift in for the rest of this 511, and Starke Elementary lad JIMMY BOWEN
The new rate will coat the Increase out of the two-year stated Wednesday morning. week" School Superintendent 541. ,
City of Starke to budget about ordeal Edwards said, pointedout Grader operators have been Instructed Tom Casey said. Students will Elementary Schools at three
$158,000 for fuel for the power Starke will not nearly get : to simply fill In low attend school all this week and other locations In the county
plant In the upcoming fiscal back all the money Is has paid places enough so traffic can then have a three day weekend also showed small decreases.
year, about $70.000 more than In gas prices higher than the get through. Ellington said. with a holiday on MondaY. Labor Hampton had enrolled 158 by ;\. t Back On The
the $90.000the city budgeted Water also Hooded US-301 thy. I
3.3 cents Tuesday; Lawtey reported 261.
In 1970 for that purpose. per therm In 1970. south of Starke at Edwards A trend was also noted In and Brooker 124. All were expected -
When fuel ccsU for the power But the cities did get a contract Grocery completely covering slight decline of enrollment In to pick up a few more CITY
plant began to rise In the extension until 1985 which the entire four lanes for some elementary schools while the students after the Labor Eey :1 COUNCILYw
last half of 1970 the city rode was critical for some cities, hours. At one point the north- high school and middle school weekend. !
with things tor awhile (hen became although Starke's contract was bound traffic lanes were still showed small gains. Casey said Casey said that finishing And Give "
more concerned when valid through 1980. There Is flooded and cars were cutting this was In keeping with the declining 1 touches are being piton the new
prices continues to go up. Gas also a gas quota Increase, a around the water by traveling birth rate noted In recent building which will house the li
prices for the power plant are better agreement on Interrupt the wrong way In the southbound years. brary administrative areaand
not regulated by the Federal ing the city's gas supply plus lane with no officers present to Bradford High School showed guidance offices and that "we THE WORKINGMAN I
Power Commission, but ratesto an option to take a firm gas monitor traffic. a second day enrollment 1,233 are In the process of moving t
natural gas sold consumers: price at slightly higher rates. The Santa Fe fire tower In students a gain of 73 over last In." Final acceptance of the A'' ::
!Is. Gas prices to the Starke There is still an escalation southeast Bradford County reported year's average dallyattendance building will come later in the "' ....
Gas Department, for Instance clause In the new contract, the most rain In the .........................................f i 1 :
have not risen. Edwards said.Political. county at 9.1 Inches: Thursday Strong Voice Again t1 fi
After withstanding the Increase through Sunday. On Friday 5.2 e -- M
for months, the City Inches fell and on Saturday 2.2 Elect : @ fflfi
Council In March 1971 passed Rally more Inches fell. The New
of 10 cent River tower recorded 6.2 Inches I JIM TEMPLE I
a surcharge
on electric bills. That broughtIn Set SaturdayA for the four days with 3.S Inches Jimmy If ihu'en I Ie For Progress, But Not At The Expense Of,The Work. !j!
about :957.UUO in fiscal 71- measured last Thursday and 2.2 1;;': ingman.Is ..:.:'..
72 and will probably bring political rally for candidates Friday. Lawtey was comparatively ..
around $70,000 In fiscal 1972- for City of Starke and dry with .Inches mea 1 :
Bradford County offices only sured at the Louis HUI tower i"s :
73.Electric power consumptionin Is set at 3 p.m. Saturday by over the four days the heaviest .. i f : Jimmy Itoiren Not
Trying To Do
the city Is up the power the Starke Jaycees rain being 2-inches recorded Big Thing For The City, H. Prefers fl::
plant recently having peaked at It will be held at the West Saturday. But 7/10 inches : *1: Spending Your Money For Necettory Thing And Keeping ri-;?,
over 6.000 kilowatt hours Side Baseball Park behind the fell Thursday and one Inch Friday (w:.::.:>::,: Taxes As Low As Possible. ., ::M::
(KWH), compared to around 5- Bradford Union Vocational- plus 4/10 Sunday. :.:.:.
500 KWH last year. Therefore Technical School on Brownlee The fire tower on SR-21 near i ti ::::::) m
electric sales are expected to Street. Refreshments will be Lake Brooklyn at Keystone ... Jimmy Itoiren ::: :
top $700,000 for the first time served. Heights reported 9.4 Inches of .. ,: 1 Has 2 Years Experience On Your City Council, And 5 ?1 t
rain over three days. Two :::::: Year With The Police Department.JinimV { .
inches fell Thursday 5.2 Inches : r%' :
Friday and 2.2 Inches: Saturday. :
ONLY THE VERY RICH Rain! has continued to tail all i AASUPERINTENDENT'; Y..... ...F.
week over wide areas of the ::: era Will i Give Better Balance I To Your City Council, With ::: :
I CAN AFFORD CHEAP AIR county. Ralford, for Instance ::1 The Worklngman's Welfare Always In Mind.! : fe.r
got two Inches
I Monday night i :: .
and It rained heavily south of i :::%:
I Starke in the Forsyth Road area HE,WILL SUPPORT' iit
:f:}::.) YOU FOR 2 YEARS.
knocking down
1 Tuesday night I Bradford County'Schools I ,. :}
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all graded roads the county had
DOESN'T COST WORK IT PAYS Just been over."We're .......................................... ::iri$l I*;.'A: m l AyA;1mi I::I"::*A"I::: x 1:1'f:1:1f::J::: ::x imm1; imm:: t:1t.mfmmfmmW'&r: :: : :;::: ; m Jroim11 lM :
Just >patching> up this
week," Road Foreman Ellington ...
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BROWN REFRIGERATION stressed Wednesday morn- It ,
Ing. "Roads are not In first V
VH.ATHKKTRONllbAT AIR CONDITIONING class: shape now but most are 1:
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HIIMI'SI patched so cars can pass. ? :
I Ellington said he thought he "

I 226, S. Walnut St. STARKK 964-7731 In had pretty Just gotten good the shape county for grades schoolto t .f: :'
start when the rain hit. It WANTS' t
had been raining hard about
every 30 days, the foreman
said malting the road crews t "
have to start back over the 220

NOTICEALL miles of graded road each time YOUR OPINION ? :: ." t

Road Block ."' '. ',., ..

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Free fcoflfe* and don tI or "' -. .
REQUESTEDTO Orange Juice will be served '
US-301 motorists Saturday when
the Starke Jaycees hold their
HAVE THEIR AD second annual highway safety
road block from 7 ajn. until BOB'SAUNDERS'

COPY IN BY FRIDAY NOON. noon.There In were Bradford no traffic County accidents last- I THAT'S WHO! I

year when the Jaycees held
FOR ISSUE OF Sept. 7 their road block for safety.
l "Wo hope we can keep that
Monday Is Labor record going." says Jaycee
Day President Ehnny Brown.
And We Will Be Closed- t

ConsequentlyFinal I Please Vote For and ,"Your State Senator should rep- I

Deadline For Ail Copy Elect Yeur friend and resent your opinions. This is my

Saturday 12 NoonWe Neighbor
pledge to you to work for
Will Bo On Duty All Day Today H. II. (Rl'SSELL) you 't"

(Thursday) If W, Can Assist You.Til I _. Y .. and your interests in the Florida
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH : m feel on matters that are of concern !
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Vote For And Elect !; Help me help you by talking with

IJIMMIE CLARK ,. 4 me on my regular I visits to your ,

area or writing me at 1831 N.W. ,

I YOUR I t 13th Street, Gainesville, 32601.

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SHERIFFOf Your voice will be heard." '
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Bradford County ., .J sap ." ,t., .,
A Native Of Bradford County. Born And Raited In Breaker Married T. The Farmer t
McR.e, Daughter Of Russell And Eula McRae. A
Family Man With Four Sons. t t't
Member of Masonic Lodge No. 189

Qualifications: '

Graduate Of Florida Highway Patrol Training Academy.

Graduate Of Two Hundred' Hour Law Enforcement Training.

Former,Radio Operator) i And Jailor Of Bradford County I BOB SAUNDERS
Former State Trooper. t
Former Starke Policeman.

s t Jimmie Clark Promises I STATE SENATOR SEPT. 12th

24 Hour A Day Protection Which Moans A Deputy On Defy Around The Clock T..
Prefect Your Life And Property. ,

All Calls WILL Bo Answered Promptly" And Prole..I.,,".,.
Will Have A Spoclol Deputy .In Each Township Within Th. Ceunt,.
T. Organise' A Jr. Deputy Program To Teach Our Youth A Boner Understanding. Of L.-w '
Enforcement, Basic Fundamentals. And Combat Th. Drug Problems That Face 0." ,PAID POLITICAL ,ADVERTISEMENT. PAID FOR BY KEITH C. AUSTIN. CAM. TREAS.
i f j
County And Other Problems.

That As YOUR Sheriff My Office Will B. Open T. YOU Th. People Day Or Night.P. & j

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Tht Sweetest SlratetnrrU TAG SU of Heatun .;
Winning Baseball Team Possible

State Both Hurse And RayburnBradford


a __ County; could have a a team, so the program folded to compete against IS year olds. Rayburn also points out that house In the summer time to
winning, well-developed baseball The Recreation Departmenthas It Is too big a Jump for many Interest of boys; dlls off about lift weights a sign that Interest -
program at the high school experienced the same trou- boys; Hurse says, citing the the earn time school Is out. lags In the summer But
level, from 13-17 year of age, ble in field a summer pony need for a league for 13 and 14 He points to the fact that his Hurse says a good summer program -
both high school and recreation league team, Rayburn says. ;year olds.Interest. department now ends organized is essential to a successful
department athletic officials Too few boys turned out last would have to be high athletic leagues for boys about football program.He .
gree. summer for a competitive league here for a pony league team the same time school Is out also states that to havea
"With the talent we had we Rayburn says, and the lack and a second league for 13 and each;year. winning .baseball program a
could very easily have won the of Interest made the program 14 year olds, Usually that Is Hurse admits he finds It difficult good summer program will have
state tournament," Starke Recreation fall. As a result the Recrea only successful larger cities, to get boys to the field to be developed in that sport.
.. Department Director tion Department last summer Hurse pointed out. Rayburn
Gene Rayburn says of his recent went to a slow pitch Softball backed him up on that point too.
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Bantam League team, for which 80 boys came
which consists of 10-12 year program out."Kids Both men also agreed that the Tornadoes Face
olds. The Starke team was are different" Ray- high school athletic departmentand
beaten 1-0 In the district tournament burn said. It used to mean the recreation department
and the team who beat something to a boy to participate have not worked together as
Starke In turn, was beaten In athletics. "Now they closely!, as they; could have. GHS Eastside
10. The winning team went grow long hair and geta car..." Hurse has always Iwd the theory
:hr on to the finals of the Bantam Coach Hurse gave the same that toomuchathleticsforyoung ,
League world series, Rayburn; explantlon In about the same boys can kill off Interest In
points out. words. some potentially good athletes.
"I'm willing to help In anyway Rayburn said also that no Rayburn has held the opinion In JamboreeBradford
I canwith belittles, money summer baseball league has that local athletics a re centeredtoo
and to work within the been started with money enough much around football, even
Recreation Department," says; behind It to make It successful. to the extent that some boys
Bradford Athletic Director Both High's Tornadoes sition is much Improved and is
High men pointed out that going have been discouraged from
will bee Eastside and Gainesville also looking real good,added.
David Hur... from bantam baseball to participating In other sports
High School at the annual Eddie Hazen will be the startIng
pony league means for some because It would take time
"We'll 'see If the kids want away Jamboree
pre season Football quarterback with Ronnie
to play," Rayburn says. "I'm boys 12 years old jumping up from football practice. Friday night at Florida FieldIn Hall backing him. Hall 1s showIng -
4 always willing to try If they Gainesville. good Improvement at the
will..." BUS will play Eastside at quarterback spot but Is looking
Both athletic officials agree 7:30 kicking off the first quart better at the corner tack position
there Is baseball talent In Bradford Weather Good er, and will later play CHS In says Hurse.
-- 1LllV P1. County; enough so there the third quarter Only questionable position ls
4p would be winning hard ball Last year BUS beat Eastolde the center spot where either
,a teams above the 12 year-old In the Jamboree 13-0 and beat Steve Register or Wayne Iambus -
level. But both site several Buchholz 14-0. will play.
reasons why no Pony League, After three weeks of Impressive Dennis Crawford and Gary
Two American Legion or summer For practice Coach hums said Melvin will be the two starters -
Keystone High griddert are vigorously at work getting In shop. for the up coming high school baseball play has TigersLake that the Tornadoes didn't look at the offensive guard position.
**ason, and the coach enjoys a free rid*. been played In the severalyears. good this week. .

; Monday's practice was a At the tackle spot on offense
Bradford High Baseball Coach Butler footballers have Richard Yarborough was Taste of time and Tuesday Randy Gasklns and Vernon Bar
Stave Bushore was employedwith been In pads for one week in moved from the fullback position asn't much better,said Hur... ber will be the two starters
Team Spirit Quick Offense the stipulation he would the hot weather, but Head Coach to the center. Richardis "The high humidity; Monday Malachi Henry will be playingat
carry on a summer baseball Charlie Roberta feels that It also a junior weighing 185 was a factor but Tuesday there the running tack position and
program Nurse points out. is good for the boys, getting pounds. was no excuse for the way they Brad Carter will play at t the
Key To KH Grid SuccessTeam Bushore prepared fora summer them used to the heat. Bryant Newsome was put at practiced," said Hur... "Also full tack spot. Wayne Tetstone
program this summer the BITS "This week has been real the right guard position from we are taking up time getting vlll start at flanker tack.
Athletic Director pointed out, good for the boys with the the center. ready for two different teams In Carl Luther will play at the
with a 16 game schedule. real hot weather getting the "At practice we put in a lot one week. TOSS man position while Gary
spirit and a quick offense as being outstanding during this will be seeing a lot of action Twenty-four; boys turned out kids In shape and I hope It of offense and executed the "We are ready as far as the Melvin and Bob Dyal stand at
are the dominant themesat week's drills. according to S }'le... for the first road trip and stays hot to get them used plays real well," stated Coach game plan Is concerned but the 'he tackle position. Carter and
Keystone High School this Bayless also reports that Bill Next week, Sept. 8, Indians .everybody played. Coach Bu to being hot," said Coach Ro- Roberts. attitude of the boys will haveto layes will be playing at the
week as the Indian ridden Radcliff, sophomore transfer will be participating In the Suwanne shore played; everybody that berts. "The rain did not do Curtlss Slrmans and Abraham change*lot."statedllurse. two defensive ends.
are completing their third week from Jacksonville, has been River Conference Foot- came out and lost some games us any good practice wise." Ferry have been running the "The defense looking preUyeood ; Barber and Dennis Crawford
of practice. one of the most pleasant additions tall Jamboree In Mayo. Keystone because of thai; Nurse says, LB gridders will play in a ball real well from the running but they are not looking will be the line backers for BUS
Practicing twice a day until to this year's team. High opens 'at home on but was attempting to build a Jamboree in Willlston a week and fullback positions. as good as they did last week," Friday night.
next week (after school starts), Radcliff and Tom Struby another Sept. 15 against St. Joseph team. But after six games from Friday where they will Cyrvrin Clyett and Johnny said defensive Coach Mike Sex Cray Flynn will be playing at
Coach Roy Bayless has repeat- Jacksonville transfer Interest had dwindled and not play; In the second quarter. Woodley have been doing an ton. the monster man position while
edly said that the 72' Indians' enough boys turned out to fieldGirl's Some changes,have taken excellent.job at the offensive The, defensive ends are the. Machachl Henry plays at the
spirit and hustle will rank among - place In the lineup for LB. tackle positions. best looking positions on the corner back.
0< the highest of any previous Punt Pass Kick Jack McGlll has moved from Roberts ,also feels like the defensive side with Terry Hayes Gary Melvin and Cray; Flynn
grid team of his five fIaFootball the center position to the tight quarterback Dale Green can doa and Brad Carter playing(there ''are the two new co-captains
;year tenure at Keystone. He end spot. McGill is a 8'3 jun- good job of getting the ball Sexton says.Gary BItS and coach Hurse thinks they
appears to be right. At Monday Competition Set Set ior and 185 pounds. to the ends. Melvin at the tackle po.t. a re a good choice of the playen.L..LA..A..A..A..L. .
evening's session,still with

only 18 boys on the varsity; ....., .A, A.. A., A--fr., A-A.. .. ...,6-.. .... ..... ... .... ... .. ........... .. A ...... A.. .oj .A...
squad!, the team ,sounded like For the first time ft girl's ., - - - " ""
38 as they went through the Registration for the 1972 Participants compete only agalnst flag football program will be :
most spirited workout to date. Punt, Pass, and Kick competition boys their own age.Ray- offered by the Starke Recrea A Personal Message FromJENNINGS
Offense seems to be ahead sponsored here by Ter- burn points out. Any boy may tion Department.
of the defense, reports. Bay- wlllegar Ford Motors and register at the Pratt Street Recreation "It's what a lot of girls have
less. Starke Recreation Department, Center. been waiting for," says Asst.
"The Wishbone T is coming Is now under way. There Is no entrance fee Recreation Director Randal Davis. -
along nice and the execution The contest Is for boys ages and no body; contact during the The league will be made :
Is getting better >everyday," eight through 13 and winds up competition. No special equipment up of girls age 13 through high
Bayless said atthe end of Tues- with final eliminations at the Is neededand participation school.
day's session. Aiding the offense National Football League Pro does not Impair a boy's ama- Registration begins Tuesday,.; _
has been the recent return Bowl In Dallas, Texas next teur standing. Sept. 5, at the Recreation Department -\
of two veteran players, January 21. Scoring Is based accuracy; Office,the old Armory
Ricky Davis and Larry Vaughn. "If ;you can punt, pass, or and range with one point added building ,on North Temple' 51 ARLING".t.
Davis Is a strong lineman and Kick and meet the age require for every foot of punting, passing Avenue from 3:30-3:30: : pjn. ,
Vaughn is a running !back. Bay-; ments, you will want to participate. and kicking distance and a If Interest Is found to be sufficient -
less singled out Steve Byrd, ." says Recreation Director point subtracted for every foot .practice sessions will \ .
returning senior letterman. Gene Rayburn. off center line.TERWILLEGAR begin the week of September 11. TO THE _

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MOTORS People Of Bradford County

As I Offer My Candidacy For The Highest Law Enforcement -
Office In Bradford County ThatOf Sheriff,
t I Felt That It Was A Necessity And An Obligation On To Serve All The People Fairly And Courteously,

: My Part To Let Each Of You Know And To Have A No Matter Th. Community Or Section In Which You Live
PRESENtS FORD'S Fuller Understanding Of My Candidacy. Also To With The Same Type Of Law Enforcement. To Have

Know My Personal Background, Family, Professional Courteous, Capable And Qualified Employee," Ho Matter
Qualification And Who, What And Where I Stand. ,The Position, Deputy, Jailer Or Secretary. Employees

Which Will Be Responsive To The Needs Of The People
I kPUNTPASS After Careful Consideration And A Great Deal Of Who They Will Serve. )

KICKCOMPETITION Encouragement From Neighbor, And From My Many
To Work )
& t't't Friends Throughout Bradford County, I Made The And Cooperate With Other Law Enforcement

Decision I I To Enter This Race. Agsncies"Local, State And National Levels, To Solve )
And Reduce Crime And Maintain For You The Typ. Of
A L I Was Born Two Miles South Of Brooker In Alachua Law Enforcement You Can Take Prid In.

t tt County And Have Lived In Graham For The Past 28 To Work With The Young People In This County So
t Years. I Am Married To The Former Merle Odom Of That They'May Have A Better Understanding And Relationship >
Branford. We Have One Daughter, Diane, And Two >
Toward Law Enforcement. To Let Them Know
Boys 8-13 Win Trophies And Enjoy. The Thrill Of A Life Time .Sons. Eddie And Mike. Our Youngest Son Mike, Now That We Are Concerned And Care About Their Problems.

t tt 11, Will Attend Bradford Middle School In Starke To Gain Their Confidence.

t Next Year. We Are Memb.rs Of The Graham Baptist
Church. And I Pledge To Save The Tax Payers Dollars By

You Can Win In Our Competition And If You Running The Sheriff's Office Economically. First By
Being A Working Sheriff, On The Job Day Or Night.:
a t .- Keep On Winning, You Can Punt, Pass And Kick t MY PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS AND My Past And Present Business Experience Will Enable >

Your Way To The NFL Super Bowl Game In New EXPERIENCE ARE: Me To Eliminate" All Unnecessary Expenditures, With >

I I Am A Graduate Of Alachua School. Out Enger'Out Endangering Or Of
; Orleans, And Compete With Mom & Dad Watching. High Quantity Quality rww. ".
Graduate Florida Highway Patrol Training Academy Enforcement., And By The Use Of Good Common Knowled.e.I ..
I Served Two And One-Half Years As A Florida
t (See Sports Page For Additional' Information) State Trooper, Was A Bonded Deputy Sheriff Of Given The Opportunity To Serve As Your Sheriff. I
Will Guarantee
Alachua County, A Former, And Presently, In That Your Voice Will Be Heard And Your \
Needs met I Will Always Have An Open Door For You. '
Business As A Equipment Contractor.
Th. Office Of Sheriff Must Be Impartial. I. Am Not }
ITLEARAW1TIMEATTERWILLEGAR And I Have A Willingness To Learn And Work.
t tt Associated With Or Cater To Any Special Group Or
t I Believe I Am Qualified, Experienced And Capable
To Run The Important Office Of Sheriff. Organisation. I Will Only Be Responsible To You The Voter

My Record Is Open To You The Voter For Inspection I Respectfully Ask You To Examine Carefully My \

At All Times. Qualifications, My Willingness To Work. Learn And Serve
t MOTORS t You As Your Sheriff. 2

Nobody outcasts us now that year-end doaranco I Is here t Your Support Vote For And JENNINGS STARLING For Be Sheriff Will .

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Nurses AidTraining Course Wanted: A n Honest Man

Offered Free By Kussell Kay .

get away and why can't 1?" .
A Nurse Aide Look In the mirror and you Here are a few test".. .donI. these activities amount to 92.5 Shoplifting petty; thefts on I
li scheduled to Tnfnthgtour.begin September will be looking at a liar and* How would you answer them? million year.. Last;year the the part of both the public and
18 at lake City Community thte. If you find thata store charged New York Stock Exchange reported employees 1 I. contributing billions -
with John E. Reid of Chicago, who you a dollar for a $1.49 Item 'thefte of stock certificates of dollar a year to the
College Mr Grace
Terry; .ire been testing people quotients would you return It to the store and securities to the tune high cost of living. Business
Instructing.The meet far honesty for over 30 and pay the difference? If you of$13 billion firm all have to Include such --- .
class will three
i have yet with Not all the losses In the cost of doing
hour dally four week year say flatty were an employee accessto thieving can be ,
day a to find a completely honest supplies would you take a charged to individuals. A new Business or thev would soon go -= ?
for IS week*. ,
A free offering thou Interested man." tamp from the stamp box for book. RoberrtThe Name of Pro- broke. So the thief 1* not Just ...
will be He doe not mean that everyone your personal letter without fit,." by Hellbroner de- stealing from the supermarket
a textbook and expected the uniform to buy at 1* a crook or a criminal. telling, anyone or paying anything 1 tells how six major corpora he 1* stealing from other customers '
the first class It Is a matter of attitude and / Would you take a towel- done have robbed the taxpayer as well.
For further meeting. degree. Reid' test, comprising ash tray or other Item fo froira of millions Imperiled peoples' If petty theft and shoplifting BANKING HERE BY MAIL .
Information,contact 195 questions I* used by hotel room and stuff It In lives and perpretrated other could be stopped along with i
Mrt.of Lyle Perkins Educa coordinator hundreds of large business or- your' luggage before leaving? "a trocIUe. that are not exceptional malfeasance on the part of corporations IS NO SUMMER SPORT...
Continuing ganisations. It Is practically Statistic show that depart but part of a continu the cost of living ; I
don 752-1822. extension 241 foolproof and II .backed by lie ment store In Chicago alone big pattern. could be reduced by billions. ..: ;:..... Irs A YEAR 'ROUND CONVENIENCE .
detector test.to determine Its lose 4.7 per cent of gross, Knowledge of such activities Most everyone think nothing .,'.., I
accuracy. ales from pilfering by employees by employees cause them to of telling what they choose to J
SIKESTON. MO.. STANDARD Groucto Marx once said. "If and shoplifters. Nationally, reason "If the company, can term a "white lie" nor do they Safe, quick and effort saving, our popular bank- '
: "The darkest hour in you want to know whether or hesitate to steal items they Ing-by-mail service enables depositors to bank !
man's life is when not a man Is honest ask him. consider of little or no value.
down any he sits If he say. 'yes', you\ know he I II Even Pentagon brass have here at any hour, any day or night of the week
how _.
to he
without plan can It." get crooked," Reid says Gl'OIIcholl -- been caught stealing from government from horn or office, in any weather. Try ill
money earning right. 1 .I PX establishments

......... -=-: ___ El.s port.according to a recent press re Write or ask for frslbancingbymaiIorms /!

Mi'ul f'wntmon: Sense By ART BEAUCHAMP

And Kra.unul'>tenfH lease Vote For one

Back Into Our Government' (FPR.Job) Banks one of state.
the many free services of the "Instant job service means EI.ct Your Friend and I

VoteWILLIAMS Florida Department of just that." Lt. Gov.-Secretary Neighbor
Commerce (FDC), are of Commerce Tom Adams
.. .
L4A1.j FRANK programs revolutionizing both for employment employersand said Bank in network.explaining"It means the thata Job R. II. (RUSSELL) '_" : .,,: tAfK, i : r ,SY"R/KEi": } / : : :

employes. person will be able to wlak
Florida's Job Banks have into a Department of Com GREEN Jr.
I been referred to as "instant merce Employment Service Subsidiary Of Florida' National Banks Of Florida, Inc.,
Job service"--an, apt office almost anywhere in the TO COUNTY COMMISSION
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVESDISTRICT description for a system that state and immediately Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. I
provides quick com discover what job op. DISTRICT'S,
25 prehensive information on all portunities are avai able and ,
facets of employment.Gone I
where they are located. II
are the days of waiting __ _____! .. i I
In long lines filling out a -
FRANK WILLIAMS WILL NOT JUMP.ON mountain of forms and SAVE W1rN --V _-_ ;

POPULAR ISSUES OR HANG ON POPULAR questionnaires..Cone too are _
the days of waiting long
POLITICIANS COAT TAILS JUST TO GET periods of time to find where

ELECTED! the Jobs are and what skills or

FRANK WILLIAMS WILL BE A .FULLTIME., .: qualifications The monumental are needed.task of

REPRESENTATIVE building Florida's Job Bank
network has been going on for

Frank William Speak Out! years. It started in the mid-608
when the U.S. Department of
Labor selected Florida to .'
"I, Am Sick Of Having Policemen Ridiculed And develop a Job Bank that would J'

Call.d Pigs, While Cop Killers Ar. Hailed As become a model for states in
Some Kind Of Folk H.ro.J the middle population
bracket. Two other states
were chosen for Job Bank. Quantity Right.Ri .
"I, Am Sick Of Being Told That Religion .Is Th. Michigan was chosen to rv.d MANOUiDA wo CLOSED wo PRICIS GOOD THURSDAY AUG. 31
Opiate Of Th. P.opl., But That Drugs Should B.L.gallzedl" perfect a model (for states in cor No.r. I"I CHOICI STOCK-UP USDA'RAND THRU WEDNISDAT SIPT. 6 1 1r
large population bracket and I CAHVI OVCN MADV" NOW
Utah was selected to develop a wo RIB DAY WHOLE
prototype Job Bank for the
"'1 Am Sick Of Those Who Ar. Trying Te'Take Our smaller states. "SIRLOINSTEAK I ROAST "USDA CHOICI/ HANOI FAK N.Y. STRIPS e
But now in 1972, the days of
feasibility studies and model -
"I Am Sick Of Those Who Took Capital Punishment programs are over. $ i Z8 $139

Away From Usl" By February of 1973 SAVE i.. 0WHOLE
Florida's Job Bank network $ 39 /I.R
/ 1 ..I.. NIAIIs' /
".I Am Sick Of Those Who PushBalancel' \ Bush' : will*be complete rerT4ckTa \, i' f r 1 ; 1F ct
!,FojRyo4fi" eNr
: II employers' ( ,all pat,..of,the, SAVE
.' .. J ":, .. state_ . _30* w.o'y b'
I we
qw ,Key to the entire network I.a Is ".Is -If BRANDUSDA SNANO' '
sophisticated computer
Vote For and Elect .' system that occupies nearlyall ,wo CHUCKROAST
of one floor in the FDC's USDA CHOICIPOUTtRHOUSt -
Tallahassee. This massive
third generation IBM computer MWGROUND SEEDLESS

Your Representative, collects, stores and $239
Dist..' distributes Information on STEAKl' SAVE BEEF as ... GRAPES'
'(Pd. Pol. Ad.). <&J employment and unemployment w ,
the $148 JJ. $ .:..:.. ::..
throughout ". ... 3 -
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1 -Joe Kerrigan FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. Bradford County. be void according to law.
CASE 1425 YOU, AND EACH OF YOU, I, Box 36-D, Starke. Florida Florida.8/10 4tp 8/31 BARNETT BANK OF JACKSONVILLE '
I are notified that a suit to partition 32091 N. A.
The had
dropped Cove
temperature Green seniors supplied
SERVICE MEN ELLEN GREEN TISDALE. the above-described property You are hereby notified CIRCUIT COURT OF By James R. Tillman Jr.
I from the torrid 90's to Che the cold dri. its and we broughtour that action IN THE
an has been
upper 80'. on Tues.. Aug. 22. birthday cake baked by Plaintiff, -vs- ELSIE GREEN has been filed aplnst THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Its Vice President and Trust
.. HENDRIETH. OSCAR GREEN! you and you are required to filed! against you and you are Officer As Executor of the
t It was a good day for our trip Mrs. Nelson Green, which was required to of OF FLORlm IN AND FOR
serve a
GREEN WILLIAMS, serve a copy of your answer copy Estate of HARRIET JOAN MILLER
to G.Cove Springs. Twenty raved about: looks, delicacy and ESTHER BRADFORD COUNTY CASEIN -
to your written defenses If ,
the the Plainwrl any
: GREEN, RUTH Complaint on deceased
five members of our Starke Senior flavor. AUGUSTA i--
S/Sgt. Wayne Gunter will receive to it on SHAW AND KOPELOU- .
: Citizens Club traveled by MAE COLEY,JOHN COLE,ARTHUR attorney, F. EDWARD M JACKSON
Poems recited Alex
were by rrlageofETflELVERNELL
a discharge September MARY SHAW, SHAW ;AND KOPELOU.SCSI SOS Attorneys for Plaintiff, : Post
COLE and Office Box 127
: school bus driven by Randall Morton and Emory Batman 5 after four In GOODMAN Wife and
serving years
Detendants. P.O. Box 1086 Starke whose address Is 142 West Call
Cocoa Florida
Davis to whom wo gitra great which! evoked much laughter GREEN CRAY, C.GOODMAN Husband 32922
: the U.S. Air Force. HOMER ,
P.O. Box
and 1086 Starke
file the ,
OF SUIT FOR PARTKTION originalIn Attorney for Executor.
for Ma skillful and safe
and enjoyment/ Songs OF
; com- S/Sgt. Gunter served a year REAL PROPERTYIN the office of the Clerk Florida 32091, and file the original NOTICE 8244U914IN
1 driving. Thanks to Gene Ray- posed by our Club members OF HOMER C. GOODMAN
in Vietnam and was stationed of the Circuit Court on before with the Clerk of the. :
burn for his assistance throughthe 10 years ago, plus other songs at Fortres AFB, Kansas for the THE Court Address Unknown
September above-styled before
25 1972 other on or -
Co in obtaining this STATE TIlE
inly which In NOTIFIED that
were popular a
: our younger past two years. YOU ARE
wise the September 25 1972
allegations of the ,other-
e transportation. Our trip was days. THE DEFENDANTS: : ELSIE Petition for Dissolution Marriage FLORIDA, EIGHTH JUDICIAL
: pleasant and very much en- GREEN HENDRIETH, OSCAR Complaint will be taken as con- wise a Judgment may be enter- has been filed against you CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BRAD
r\ We missed Karl and Ada L/Cpl. Glenn Gunter brotherof GREEN, ESTHER GREEN fe ssed. ed against you for the relief and there Is a demand the Petition FORD COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
joyed.met This notice shall demanded In the
with 25 members Hoist. Bill Richards, and many S/Sgt. Wayne Gunter, will WILLIAMS AUGUSTA GREEN be publishedonce Witness Complaint. that the Court award that CASE NO. -.
each week for four (4) hand and the
of the Green Covu Club at the other members who are ill. received a discharge September RUTH MAE: COLEY JOHN my certain property owned by you IN RE: The Marriage of DOROTHY
Episcopal Parish ChuJ't1l1a11, We had a good representationfrom 25 after serving two years In COLE:; ARTHUR CO'JE and, ford consecutive weeks In the Brad- seal of said Court on the 21st and wife, ETHEL VER- ANN TRAVIS, Wife AND
and were cordially welcomed by our Keystone Heights the U.S. Marine Corpe. He M\RY GREEN CRAY, If alive, this 16th County Telegraph.of Dated day GILBERT of August S., BROWN 1972. NELL your GOODMVN, as tenants C.H. TRAVIS, Husband
Pres. Emory Batman Secretary member. has been stationed In Hawaii or If dead to his or her unknown GILBERT day S. BROWN Augus1972.CLERK AS CLERK OF SAID, COURT by the" ,entirety, located at DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
: Viola Knight, Ernest.Hall. Get well carl \were signedby since July 1971. heirs, and all other persons OF THE Starke, Bradford County NOTICE OF SUIT
V. M.! Marlin Harris Trotta., all present and soul to Karl, Both eregradaates of Brad- or parties claiming by, Bradford Clerk Moody, Deputy Florida, and more particularly TO: C.II. TRAVIS
County Florida
: and Pdggy. M>i-o, Uaatesa!1 and Bill and Mr. Wagnew; of the ford High School and are the through under or against them, By: Beulah M. 8/24-4U9/14 described as: % 210 Main Street
t publicity dtrecWr. Croon Cove Club. 'sons of Mr. and Mrs. David AND TO: All parties or persons Clark Moody Deputy North halt of Northwest Quarter Butler New Jersey
Fn!( WMlams:' spoke to our Happy Birthdays were observed Gunter Route 3, Starke. having or claiming any Seal of Southeast Quarter : comb!.led/ me-nUirsliip\ on three for Irma Lockwoud, right title or Interest in and 8/24-4U9/I4 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO of NW 1/4) of Section that an action for dissolution -
: main points which he considered Trudy Sapp Wattle Morgan, to the following-described real -- REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME 3, Township 6 South, Range of marriage has been filed
were of deep Interest to seniors Zora Batman, and Frank Wil- WISH I'D SAIDTHAT. property, situated in Bradford Notice is hereby given that 21 East lying West of Slate against you and you are required -
; In his district and of all liams. County, Florida,and being more IN TIlE CIRCUIT COURT OF the undersigned, pursuant to Road No. 225 and containing: to serve a copy of your writ
Florida Transportation, Low Time was allotted for refreshments particularly described. follows THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Chapter 865.09, Florida Statutes 13 acres, more or less. ten defenses, If any, to It on
Cost and Day Care and [ OF ETHEL VER- ELZIE s. SANDERS Attorneyfor
Housing a social hour ; will register with the to your wife,
medical centers for the pur- for mixing, talk, and getting East three-fourths of the Nor- FOR BRADFORD COUNTY Clerk of the Circuit Court in NELL GOODMAN as a lump Petitioner, whose addressIs
pose of preventive medicine. to know each other. Our jour- th halt of the Southeast Quarter CASE # 1428FLORIDi and for Bradford County; Florida sum as alimony, and you are 138 West Call Street Starke,
A spIrIted period of quofltlona, ney homo was Jolly and everyone of Northwest Quarter (E the fictitious name of The required >to serve a copy of Florida, and file the original
answers, and discisnt thI-' was grateful to our hosts 3/4 OF N 1/2 of SE 1/4 of N14) \ STATE TELEPHONE Strawberry Patch, under whichwe your.written defenses, if any, with the Clerk of the above-
A drop of Ink can make n AND the Southeas COMPANY, a Florida public Court before September .
lowed. and agreed that we had a won- are engaged In business at to the Petition on the Petition- styled; on or
We presented to Pres. Batman derful day. million think. Quarter of Southeast Quar- utility; corporation Plaintiff, 153 West Call St., Starke, Florida er's attorneys SHAW ANDKO- 28, 1972; otherwise a
I f>r the membership a Our next meeting will be held ter of Northwest Quarter (SE -VSMICHAEL H. PARIS and 32091. PEU&SO1, whose address Is Judgment may beenteredagaln-
r "Memory Book" with Inscription Sept 12, 1 p.m. at the Rac. NOTICE 1 will not be responsible 1/4 of SE 1/4 of NW 1/4) LAUR\ PARIS>, his wife De- Lenora Swindell and Sherwood 142 West Call Street Starke, st you for the relief demandedIn

'1 and pictures Inserted from Hall, Pratt St. Plans will be for any debts made by containing 25 acres, more or fendants.NOTICE Swindell, Rt. 1 Box 172, l4wte). Florida 32091, on or before the Petition for Dissolution
I former meetings to preservea mado for: our Halloween Par anyone other than myself. Kenneth leas EXCEPT AND EXCLUDING OF SUIT Fla. 32058 sole Septemb 25. 1972, and me the of Marriage.
: owners
record of meetings and activities ty. It's a good time to get to- Loper. 8/24-2tp-8/31 any part thereof lying with TO: MICHAEL H. PARIS and Dated this 7th day of August, original with the Clerk of this WITNESS my hand and the
In the years to come. gether. in road right of way. LAURA PARIS, his wife Route Court either before service on seal of said Court this 24th day

Petitioner's attorney or Immediately of August A.D.1972.GILBERT .
thereafter;otherwisea S. BROWN CLERKBY
THRIFTY MAID Beulah M. Moody DI;-
Snvi default will be entered against :
W/h ICE MILK OR you for the relief demanded PJVY CLERK
AII v r> ,.. SUPERBRANDALL In the Petition. 8/31419/21
I ,; > This coupon worth Et,50l'x/! I This notice shall be published Elzle S. Sanders

1 1I I 1 :, L. FOUR $449 I FLAVORS once each week for four ((4) -
1I r Al 1 SHERBET Oil In the Brad-
consecutive weeks

I_ __ DISHES 2.99 .! l i I ICECREAM ford Dated County this 21 Telegraph.day of August AND Board INSPECTORSThe of County Com-

$$tiS Jf/i/ U TMMi COUPON* ,Milt 1972. missioners of Bradford Coun-
- --- ty, Florida, has selected the
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following as the Polling Places
By: Betty Edwards Deputy Clerks and Inspectors for the
1 1. I SAVE 12C Clerk
I / / coupon worlhltSO,: *'' ','", I 8/24-41-9/14 First and Second Primary
n*> twl k' $3,00'uf ,. w.wth(; ,. ;* I lections to be held on Sep
j ft1w FOUR 'M49L tember 12, 1972 and October
purtk.t*. Th n> our ch duU.N.'ltmlfl I '
Ha SALAD M50 1 BFEf PEOP>1 AUGUST 11, 1972 3, 1972.
, "" DISHES '2.99 District #1 1. Lawtey. D. L.
_ ; Commissioners.
I C\LL FOR ELECTIONI Shuford County;
, HALF Carl Hurst Mayor of the Precinct #1, Lawtey City
OLD MILWAUKEE GALLON City of Starke, Florida, by virtue Hall, Lawtey.Clerk:Mrs. Doyle
of the authority vested In Starling; Inspectors: Ferrell
SAY[ 6CANf 9ff me by law do hereby call a Jean Bennett Arthurlne Blan-
{j! EAY[ ''VAB CAMP SAY[ BEER ASTOR CHOPPED First Primary qualified: voterson cha.-J, Mrs. Ili/nwnd Orya.t.;:
11* '' Brocli 4 Ks. $1, Tuesday, September 12,1972 Precinct #2, Kelly, Recrea-
PORK & HUNT'S &. D., for the purpose of elect- tion Hall, Lawtey. Clerk: Barbara -
I KRAFT oar" D.'UNO ASTOR FORDHOOK OR BABY ing the following officers Jordan; Inspectors: Hazel

! MAYONNAISE BEANS KETCHUP Family Bread . N>v 22C Limas 4 !S s: shoo City I Carl of Starke Hurst, Florida, Mayor by of vir-the Jones Jessie Franklin Katherine Jenkins.M. Brown

$ OY tue of the authority vested In me Precinct#3, Crawford,Brad-
ftAVf ft Nan ASTOR
I C 1 ..r Ic by law, do hereby calla First ford County Fair Building,
aA4 J 48 CANS, :: t Dinner! Rolls . 2, :.- 39C. Vegets 4 PK 3 100 t Primary Election to W held ,Starke. Clerk: Nellie P.- Gar
I r SAllSB'6RV at the Fire Station, In the fore- ner; Inspectors: Shellle. Hall
1 ...
said City by qualified voterson Carlo Lucille Carter.\
(Cinnamon Bread : 49e Tuesday, September 12,1972, C. Inlght.District .
AVI : 4 ;gig' A100 A. D., for the purpose of elect-, #2 Bayle"l GeorgeW.
......, [ .... 4 Mill DAttINO HOT ONI6M MfAO CM fag the following officers Roberts, :ommisdlener. -
T Is 33. Say. Cheese Bread ,,,, 39C GROUP IONECOUNCILM/VN I / .
B G.99c FOR TWO YSARS. Precinct *4 Motor Vehicle
Thrifty MaidCATSUP JsV .* Ji GROUP30COUNCILMiN: Inspection Station,
; M'OLY8AGGAEENPEA5: '' FOR TWO YEARS. Clerk: Joseph A. Cissy; Inspectors
BEANS "y / OR GROUPS ONE COUNCILMAN : Mildred Fancher,Hazel
Peas 2 K: ;: .$1 i FOR TWO YEARS.ORDINANCE Green, Ernestine Underbill.
$ 00 Precinct #5. Pleasant Grove
:n.... 3 Bc 8 1 is-...J g!c.. ""i' 2U<*. i/'r5J 7T .'I DIXIANA' POLY BAG BABY NO. 237-\ Bradford County High School
.. IU CANS so'!' Limas 2 : $' An orllvnce: amending Arilcla Starke. Clerk: J. C. Fogg, Inspectors -
PKGS. H .tiiJrttcl m of said : Lola H. Zlpperer.
DIXIE .. MRS. SMITH'S charter lawn Lois Bennett Ella Mae Chas-
DARLING charter laws of the City of 18 In.
.1. ASSORTEDFRUIT Starke Florida, as pertains to Precinct #6, Vanderbilt
PRICES GOOD THURSDAY AUG. 31 ... I. HOT DOG ROLLS I the chief of police, City clerk Home of E. L. (Nook) Norman
THRU WEDNESDAY SEPT. 6 and five councilmen and providing Starke, Bayless. Clerk: Mary
N aP CHARCOAL of Ella Watterson Inspectors:
OR HAMBURGER for a four-year term ;
Armour Tree . 2 -" $1 1oo PIES I office and submission to the Margaret L. Norman Joan J.
electorate of the said municipality Dyi!, Mrs. A. B. Whitehead.
i $ of said proposed amend- District #3, Blandlng, RalphP.
HoTDog Chili 5 :;; too
SAVESaltines. ment to Its charter to be vot- Bryan, County Commission
CtACNIM* OOOD BUNS49 ed upon In a referendum and
;a:: 24c providing an effective date. er.Precinct #7, Reno R. J. E.
. . 18 High School, Starke.Ulerk: Wil-

CRACKIN' aoOD SO fAAtllV_PAVOMHSandwich .,. 1 ORDINANCE NO. 238-A liam T, Holland; Inspectors:
Cremes 2 2 79C .. And ordinance amending: Article Corean McNeal, Ethel Hall,
'N'0.! n pertains' to form of Maybell Roberta.
MW 33. Government Section 7 of the Precinct#8, Seaboard,V.S.0.
Paper/fiafe., ; .
100 ? ;
, Gatorade . 4anal : ,* > ,,* charter laws of the City; of Building, Starke. Clerk: Peggy
N.mMllcf CM OVIiNIII II c,. OIXIANA/ POIY BAG MIXED' OR STEW Starke relating to the change Shaller; Inspectors: Myrdce
l .. "... mm/9eFresiTEggs &4; 2 $100 from a Mayor and City; Council Dennis Mary Covlngton, Judy
Pampers : : ; : :;,,: ,. Neafti.. a d Veget. PKGS. form of Government toa Mayor- Brown.
.. Oil DIXIANA/ POLY BAG CUT Commissioner form of Government Precinct#I9, Keystone,South-

. 3 DOlt.. $1 .Wesson iir.i i +& r? /1-/ t1 1Okra. 2 :3&:;: $1 1 to the!, providing electorate for and submission otherwise side Clerk Elementary: Hazel Howell School;,Inspec-Starke.

Tuna !ih D (..;(l.l,4, RIC COFFEE pertaining to the charter laws tors: Ramona M. Tomllnson,
of Govern- Alice Barren Pearl Pickering.
effecting the form ,
SAVE 31 Rich 2 O TS. $ 100 ment. District *4 Hampton, Eddie
(TIA SAGS( 1 uce IN1cN00I,110M. INSPLC: : CDH-i FOR SAID Allen County Commissioner.
-.. .- Loose Leaf DIXIANA POLY BAG TURNIPS.W/Roat. ELECTION: Precinct#10 I ,Theressa. Community -
LIPTON 88 Meaf 4 ft49* COLIARDJ OR MUSTARD Mrs. Jewell Joyner, Mrs Club House Theressa.
1 ; '
,.ee.1F. Pjttedi w > Filler 8 i Greens 3$1 boo Carl Mathews Merrill Struth, Clerk: Mayme W. Adams: Inspectors
I 6 Barney
PKG. Martha Kodatt
: -
Mrs. Clara Colson, Mrs. Bar-
TEA Vfenna Sausage! ;. 4 *}"* 500CT.PKG. T DIXIANA' POLY BAG YELLOW bara Valinskl Mrs. Louise Brtnson Matte SIbley.
PAPER Squash 3 E ;: $1, Tenley, Mrs. Edward Burns, Precinct III, Hampton City;
William Holland, Mrs. J.C. Hall, Hampton. Clerk: W. H.
_.' FRENCH FRf CC Maxwell Inspectors: Barbara
ASTOR FROZEN hg or Dukes. ;
1\ ....,o. .Le. Hill Clarice Lillian
;C .' oouan 'C' $ 19 Potatoes3F $100,
,.,. I Razor Blades IDOl 0 >,.< | ALTERNATES FOR SAID flaIL
/ Pr lnct #12 Lincoln
\tat SAVE SGA SAVE A.1 IOoe. Mrs. R.O. Dansby. Mrs.Shel Star Public Library, Starke.
Si' 45 ; Gleem Toothpaste ".n BBC Shells 3 PKGf.: $100 1 1All lie Gerle, Mrs. Peggy Shaller. Clei Margie M. Cowling; Inspectors

\. :? 21C. Mrs. Margaret Prevatt. : Myrtle Anderson,
:!aL Betty Register Mary Lou
FLAVORS 'I' ",<,! CRACKIN' SOOO Ban Roll-On Deodorant .:: SS' LIBBY'S LIMEADE In testimony whereof hereunto Black.

,< POTATOCHIPS "....i'c OR PINK OR REGULARLemonade subscribe my iwineand cause District #5, Brooker, Z. W.

Chek Driiqksy '. Balsam Shampoo. . '-' 98C the Seal of the said town to Hamilton. County Commission
be herunto affixed this 11th day
,.., er.Precinct #13A Rowell] Terwlllegar
/ of August 1972. A. D. -
Vitalis I Hair Tonic .v.., 78C -carl Hurst Mayor Motors ((Ford),Starke
$ --Attest. : Merrill Edwards, Clerk: Betty; Jean Prevail; Inspectors

15 1 TWIN.- 38 Excedrin Tablets 0 vu;:' M38) 612..z. 7 9 419/7 City Clerk' ra P. Hazen: Louise, Resale H. Kite A., Col-Cla-

CAMS PACK .U..IMI rtowia cal PACK son.Precinct
... #13 B, Graham.
Pile Panty Hose . . NOTICE TO CREDITORSYOU Broughton Building Graham.
CANS AND EACH OF YOU are Cleark: Joan Watson: Inspec-
WMIll SUPPLY lAITtt hereby notified and required to tors G. W. Rivers, Bonnie Lee

HARD FREEZER QUEEN BARBECUE present claims and demands Howard Nellie Arnold.
Quantity Right* PLASTIC $299 $ which you or any of you have Precinct #14, Sampson New
Beef 4Vos. )100 against the Estate; of HARRIET National Guard Armory Starke
wi O/v.dMlj : JOAN MILLER deceased: late Clerk: Margaret Prevatt;: Inspectors
IIZI of Bradford County. Florida, : Violet Crosby, Irma
4 CAA"ICRIIN 79c within six (e) months from the Buford, Frances Dnsby.

............................- ........................ ...... ........................ .....-.............. ............... date this of notice the first' to publication the County of Community Precinct Hou#1V' Brooker Brooker.
: : EXTRA. EXTRA Oy1 1 Get 1 Free Court for Bradford Clerk: Doris Kel Inspectors
EXTRA EXTRA1.1 I I Judge's :
'Hill I I! LEXTRMPS. .'. : I I h STAMPS... I I '-' -"-- ray GREEN' $TAM.' :%,WHEN-O.h.'N.I.:; M..1 County Florida. Each claim Virginia Crews : inette Mot
'" -- '"' I OMl'f,. ;.ioHI; HIOMMIAWMNV MACARONI *
..:.: :
; : NOWONN1p111UIINn Kelley.
ONI H. MUIMNTSk.rt .., must be In writing and must Myrler
W D cN0.,0 M
l w D._. D.PUSS... :' .u"N c...NOAMI SI M.moaao 51.1.,. Strah. .Q') <.li.. j: .,n T ...... :. Cheese S O'49C state tbe place" o( stains Precinct 158.. New River
: Gre' IId oo "" If"
,.... aooo IMII tin.N GOOD tMU 1Ns. Store
,, :I- "" and post office address of the Moody's New River.

...,r..u. .....:.N OOOD.........'ou. ._.If".._.....A........: ........."'.-.7............................... .............I......,............,...,.. .._' H......'...............................N....10'o: ,,>j o[ wxe( oou lIMn $259 claimant, and must be sworn to Clerk Glenda Andrews Inspector -
AO 'IUDrr.rt by the claimant or his agent *: Alberta Jones Eunice
WaT MAdiONTRIfRT. STAaKa> or attorney'or the same willwusi Moody. Margie. Dobbs.

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I County Agent NewsBy I

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: Bobby I.TkylotOver

Give The Candidates A Break .4 _
seven Inches of rain' In 10 In early September. About
pound fertiliser per thousand -
two chys last week-end was
Bradford Countian are mturally annoying to those who are sincerely good and bad. Some areas of square feet will give an
friendly people. Many visitors in our trying to listen to the candidates and the County were dry and needIng excellent nutrient supply for
midst have noted this trait and have learn more about them. 1 rain. Some pastures were growth and lawn maintenance
: the winter.Properly
commented favorable on It. That Is not In ae good a condition throughout
fertilized lawns II'Othrouahwtn-
those In the lower areas. On
Those who feel that they must w
good. the other hand, seven Inches of ter better than over or under
carry on a conversation while a candidate .A rain In a short time does ham fertilizer to make them cold-
Friendly people like to socializeand I Is speaking should show enough perseedharve.Ung.ndhtycvtling hardy and healthy during the
chat with one another. That's consideration to withdraw to the outer operations. More leaching winter. September Is the latest
natural fringes of the crowd to do so, and not of fertilizer nutrients also oc- month for this fertilization.

i flaunt their Inattention under the speaker curs. Even though some areas area

But there Is a time and place '' nose. Speaking of pastures, I have little wet, now U a good timeto
for everything. had a number of calls on armyworms get soli samples for fall.
Of course, we will admit that some In pastures, especially winter and spring! crops. We
fertilized bermuda written times about
on highly have many
Socializing should be held at a of the candidates themselves are justas allcla grasses.. Army worms the value of a IOU sample, no
minimum during the speaking at political guilty as the voters In contributingto can be very destructive to both matter what crop you grow.
rallies where considerable time ,this general confusion. They cannot pastures and lawns,and the damage Don't buy a bag of fertilizer or'
and expense has been expended by the resist the opportunity of moving through Is usually done In a short plant a seed In the soil with-
County Democratic Executive Committee the crowd and doing a little "politick- period of timo. You need to out a sample. Soil samples
check lawns and pastures almost are'easy to take and we are
to give the candidates a chanceto ing" while others are speaking.But dally for the next few getting ,the analysis. done in
present their messages to the voters weeks for signs of these cater- record time.' Remember, a
as well as giving the voters a whoever Is at fault, and per- pillars. Spots of ragged grass soil sample doesn't cost-It
chance to see and hear the candi- haps all of us have been at one timeor nth 141, will reveal numerous worms pays.
dates In person. another, we should stop and think a $ that are feeding constantly.

of the effect our' inattention is havingon There are several materials Ads And News

At the Brooker rally last Satur- others. Out Of The Past that can be used on pastures.

day night, those In charge of the pro- ,F .f Two of the most commonly used Must Be InBfor.M
gram t had to ask the crowd assembledat i are Toxaphene. and Sevin. VftToxapliene olJda '
: writable powder at
the farmers market no less than The rallies far have been well Basketball b'.foretho' school ; /I"J
so was popularat BHS, even the rate of.3 to 4 pounds per e?
five or six times to be quiet and let attended, indicating an Interest on the fielded Its first football team in the 1930' 4\ i', .. 1 acre; or 2 pounds of 80 "o; Se- Due to the tabor DIy holiday

the candidates be heard. Even then, part of voters here, In constrast with : Pictured with'the ichool principal, S. C. Dowling, are ,' ... vin spray should give good con- on Mouthy, Sept. 4. all correspondents -
their pleading had little effect, and some other counties where they have ", members of the 1919 team, one of the best in this..area of! ; ,: //4.' .'\, trol. Slightly higher amounts columnists, club re-
.of materials can be used on porters, and: other news contributors
the hubbub went on almost continuous- Florida. S!> 1 '
been called off due to lack of interest.
lawns other high maintenance are asked to have their
ly, so that It was almost Impossibleto All of the rallies are preceded by ',. First row (left to right): John Powell, Ray Colley, J :' areas.or Call If you have any- copy In The Telegraph offlceas
hear what the candidates were "Harold Wall, Victor Kuhl. Bill Epperson. .
say suppers, where visiting with neigh- '. questions about either lawns or early as possible for the Sept.
ing. bors and friends is an enjoyable part Second' .row: Carr Colley, Mr. Dowling, Gary ,E Ennl.II ..\ pastures. 7 Issue..
of the occasion.But We would appreciate some
be September Is an Impsvtant copy being turned In this Friday
Nothing can more frustratingto '
and Saturday and all must
monUi during the year for fer copy
a speaker than to have this con- when the speakers take to tilization. This Is the month be In not later than Monday In
stant rumble of conversation while the microphone, let's give 'em a chanceto for final lawn fertilization In order to Insure publication In
he Is attempting to get his message be heard. After all, that's why SAIL'USELESS our area. All lawn grasses the next Issue. _
before the people. It Is also very theyand weare there! II L LETTERS except centipede should be fer- Political advertising and
tilized with a complete fertilizer other advertising:: copy mustal-
such as 6GCor 10-10- so be in our hands by .Saturday

The Best Man -Sept. 2. -- -
I -
May WinOn '-' f

GESTURE:: Want Son"rillingPom : Assembly Applicants NeededAt
September 12 the voters of against him because we dislike him ,. Now

Bradford County will go to the pollsto for some reason or other. The wise Editor, Telegraph; To whom ,It may' concern: Signed by i Mr. and :Mrs. Hill General Electric
cast a ballot for men to fill various voter votes for 'the person who can :Mr. Hill Uckhart, candidate Forsyth, Mr*' and :Sirs' Lloyd
offices. From the Interest shown thus fulfill the duties required of him to for the Florida Legislature, \\e, the undersigned, live 01. Allen, Angeline Martinclll, :Mr.
far, It seems that our people are best serve the overall Interest of the sa 's In your paper of August a small graded road in Bradford and Mrs. H.r. Wheeler, Sr., Immediate openings for light
giving more careful consideration to 15,000 persons living Bradford County. 24 Hut he is going to vote Count}', ate: all pull together. :III'. and :Mrs.\ Jesse Wheeler, assembly production operatorson
for "Candidate" George W.il- 1 mean, HO all like ': and :Mrs Lee Roy Bur-
their vote than at time In / Mr.
any another and pull Night Shift ((2nd & 3rd) .
lace for President in :November one we cars ton, Mr. and Mrs. Bennie'I er-
history. and nicks( out.of holes on our rell, :Mrs. Lulu 1), Terrell, High dexterity and aptitude for
We have faith in our people to graded road. Wedon't want John n. SmlUi, :Mr. and Mrs.
This is a rewarding fact of which believe that this will be the attitudeof :Now, being a Wallace man lake front If we can't come and Malcolm: I'merson: :Mr. and assembly work are all the requirements -
wo can be proud-- for, after all, the voters when they go to the m: sell, It does my heart goodto go as we please. :Mrs. Paul A. Holt, Charlie: necessary.
hear people' in the public We .know Uiat the, rain Is an :Morris, I.celand D. :Morris,
when we cast our ballot we are voting polls to vote, and having'this faith, butter* "Ole No training; experience
e>e up Cieorge.e act of God! and we are not complaining Cassie Seabrlght.He or par
for those who will serve us In the we believe that the most competentmen \\ are going to need that man. about that. What we, ticular' educational background<<
most Important positions incur county. will receive the largest support. Hut, under the present unfortunate are saying is that one of Jobs required.
In this sense, each person Is actually circumstances this sort of the County: CommissionersIt
voting for himself, In that those elected : .J.LIL4ra to'vlWOunt i ::: ::...OL"iiIaUIJlleut, hat ,a ring 'ta.lt, I l to ,see that everyone has. a. '.0.'' 'Rr .. .. ...,Apply.between the hours of 8A.M.
will be r lIke tw,broken.. cow bell..I\.J.. If> good, uscable load!. -. ,",'"'!''fI( I and 4:30
representing serving you.. Vfhere wef'to.have the freedom*to'make s ,' '''0 -4's: ,, t>: d :Mr"11aRliewa P.M. Monday .
this choice.- It does place an awesome y1 Il.' .Wallace,"';'In: the'first' \Wo need aonielMng-cJoiie now. ., .: "It, -1f: : ,II! through' 'riday'l'theo' : located
It Is important that we think of the responsibility upon us, making it our place," is not a "candidate"not (':Not next week, but: :SOW Be ,,wish to lake' this' opportunity on'Highway 441/12. miles
privilege In this manner, for it does duty to make our selection carefully.Let any more this election aura you County) Commissioner : to thank all of the many north of Gainesville
is doing his Job becauseif
make a difference whether the man jear.' And he refused to be poop'' wtio: worked so hard in
the nominee of the American he Isn't, you should vote for obtaining 'R-A. zoning for Lake
in office las the ability to serve In us set a record in Bradford Part, lie has bowed completely someone new Ocne\a.
the best Interest of everyone. It Isn't County this year by having the largest out of this political .
enought to support a man becausewe number of voters ever to participate campaign. lie has announced Our committee believes that .
like him as a friend, or vote in an election here. that t his sole objective these It's a WOMa. through these efforts wo saved General l .:" Electric,
days Is the recovery' o: his : ;' !

health. slakelake Geneva An Equal Opportunity Employer'BRADFORDUNION '

I Floods A re FrustratingEach i/oning Committee
It probably 1 Is a pretty
thought on a rain day, butI ,
time the water rises, follow about: the county's policy of continually can't think of anything more' Pl'CA CUIC)( I KIN:
ing a flash Hood like that of last digging ditches deeper to carry the useless than to write \\al- I\C1U'! POT
weekend, making lakes of some yards, water off faster. The fallacy of this lace's name In on the ballot.I : When wu therime'\ ym VOCATIONAL TECH
and washing out roads and bridges, method of operation was proved last can't help but believe hat sorved jour family clifckau and
1-ockliart Is dU'npilngs? If it has\'tapp.red:
Mr. fully aware. ( \
the residents of low-lying areas get''I weekend when ditches flowing west
of this. 1)Il> your' table In quite a while, SCHEDULE
stirred up, naturally. from Trail Ridge overflowed their now's a good time to treat
banks as water rushed down toward the family! to this old fashioned Xilult I:Kxeniiii Classes! \ ill Begin \111{. 28/

An example of this reaction is Starke through Alligator Creek.. Will So, :Mr.I can't Lockhart help makes but wonder sucha southern You should speciality find',chicken an Classes Hill\ Meet l l-'rorn 7:00: ( P.M..To 10:00: () P.M.I
the 42 names' signed to. petition
big point of announcing he expeclally' good menu choicenow.
to the County Commission requestingthat We need planned flood control-- Is going toote for "Candi Agricultural Marketing -
ditches be dugout: on the Stern ways to hold water for future use date" Wallace. I suspect tint, Service says broller-tr 'erl VOCATIONAL COURSES
and Ellington roads northeast Starke. when it Is needed, and let it moveon like a lot of us Democrats, are In plentiful supply I and a
In times of flood. The spillway he Govern.feels And he can't I suspect stomach that Me-he wise buy' for budget-minded Auto'Mechanic Tues. & Thurs.

"We deserve a little attention out west of Sampson Lake which can feels he would turn to green consumers. Mon. & Wed.
our as.we also taxes and be raised and lowered to control the Bookkeeping
way, pay cheese if he voted Republican, CHICKEN OR TURKEY .
vote In Bradford County," -the resi- water flow from the three lake chain although a lot of us good Democrats AXD DUMPLINGS Cake Decorating Tues. (Sept. 12th) t ,., .

dents say. and Alligator Creek Is an example. and are feel going free to to do do'It. this ButI 2 2 tablespoons tablespoons water flour Diesel! Mechanic & Heavy Equip. Operator Mon., Tv..., Wed. oV Thurs.

Be that it the suspect most that Mr. Lock- I cup' chicken or turkey broth Drafting Tues. & Thu,..
as may, county hart wants ordinary citizens
road this week for Instance We also need paved roads to better 1 cup boneless pieces
crew like to think
and voters me of canned or cooked chicken Floral Arranging (Adv.) Tues.
is far too busy mending and patchIng withstand the flood water's assault. that he Is a good bo j. or turkey ,.,
to make roads passable to take Perhaps the County Commission will Salt and Pepper, as you like Floral Arranging (Beg.) .,..; Thurs. ?

on any time-consuming digging pro- finally win its struggle to pave a few Well, I do think ho Is a good Dumpling dough (recipe follows Radio & T.V. :' Man. & Wed.
miles of county road each year, but boy, but my real reaction to ) i )., .. '
1'\ \ ,
jects.It's the story now, as it has been for his Wallace: hang-up Is to ask R.f. & Air Cond. {1'," Mon. A W'd.r': ',I' >:
:Mix the flour and ina .
like the old story of not need- several years past, is the lack. of myself Die question pan until smooth. Slowly water stir S.wlng' .,::; Mon. i W.d. ,.'\!; .

Ing the roof patched while the sun secondary road funds. "Who else Is running for In broth. ,Cook and stir until .,, ,, \:
Is shining. Residents of these areas that seat In the Legislature?" thickened. Add chicken or tur- Shorthand Tu... & Thurs. .
must become concerned about getting It Is obvious that constant maintenance key, salt and J pepper. Heat.

flooded out and make themselves heard of a much' traveled graded We need something more than to Drop boiling.dumpling dough from Typing Tues. & Thurs.

when their raids are still high and road, subject to periodic flooding, U a "good boy" to representus a' tablespoon onto gently boiling -
dry. Then the county. will have time a costly procedure and DO permanent someone who can be down- mixture to make 4 dump GENERAL EDUCATIONAm.

and manpower to take some action. soluttoa In the long run. If the residents to-earth, think on his feet and ling*. Cover pan tightly and .

The road crew can only be in so of these flooded areas have not get to carried harpoon away phantom pretendIng but-- without cook slowly lifting for lid. 15 Makes minutes 2 vs Comm. Tu... i.-

many places at a time like last week- any suggestions for remedying the terflies. servings.DUMPLING. Am. HistoryBasic Mon. 4 W.d.:'" '::' ,;: .'>
end. situation: the County Commission will DOUGH: Mix 1/3 "I"
no doubt be glad to !hear them, If -M.: H. Jackson cup Hour,. 1/2 teaspoon baking Education t Tues. &Thurs. : I

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Registration At,Santa Fe ............ ,.. ................ .................. LAW T E Y ..................,.............e't ......................

. Closes Sept. 12' 1I 1" By Elizabeth Terry yl her sister Mrs. C. E. Strick-

I I I Mr.'and"Mrs.\ J. t'. Robertson land, in Gainesville.PU .
Mrs. Colon Thomas. and Mrs. Lynn Law and Mrs[ '
and Mrs. J. .W. Thomas, of visited,, their soninlawand
Both Mrs. Tom Bary and childrenof Nellie Goodrich of Vero Beach.
early and regular re- CHURCH SCHEDULES PERSONALSMr. Bayless Highway spent the of daughter{ Mr. and Mrs. ... Vole For and
gistration Jacksonville were guests Mrs. H. W. Bennett, Darlene
will bo held Hermie Kelly Jacksonville
at San land Mrs. weekend with his grandparents C. K. Cowan In
ta Fe Mrs. Selma Eunice, and the and Nancy Bennett, and Miss
Community College August United Methodist enjoyed a two weeks campingtrip Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Brice. Harold Mrs. Sunday afternoon. Elect Your Friend end
Grace Eunices on Friday. Linda Edwards, of Brooker
28 through Carolina and Enza Blan-
September North Miss
12 through and Glen- Guests of
Mrs. C. R. Crews
ChurchSunday School 9:45 Eunice returned home with them visited .Dlsney World at Or-
for :
the toll
term visited of the week
which begins Georgia recently. They guests of her son chard the first Neighbor.
11 ann, were.
September 21 and a.m. Worship Services, a. and and spent the night. lando on Tuesday. Hermle Kel-
ends Decem. Mi', and Mrs. Estes and daughter-in-law Mr. and were Mr. and Mrs.

ber 14. m.Tuesday and ,8 7 p.m.to Children's 8:30: p.m. Prayer Hour- Mrs. Joyce Futch while in Mrs. H. C. Crews and familyat Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Red- and Mr.John and attended Mrs. Robert the funeral Lee ly on Sunday and Mrs. Ernest R..8. (RUSSELL)

Registration will JtM In the meeting, 8 P.m. on Wed' Brunswick, Gl., and arrived Clearwater and son-in-law dish attended the funeral I of of Mr. Lee's mother Mrs Wells and Miss Arthurtne Blanchard -

West,.Campus auditorium> from nesday. Choir Practice Thurs home Friday morning.Mr. Kel- and daugher, Mr. and Mrs. their aunt, Mrs. Bryant Hicksat Clemmie Harris Lee, at Enigma on Monday.Mr. HIIII Jr.
ly visited his brother, J. G. and Mrs. Arthur Green
8:30 ajn. to 10:30: ajn. and day 7:30 p.m. Bill Woodard. of Largo for Plant City on Thursday.Mrs. Ca., on Saturday.
1:30: p.m. to 3:30: p.m. Night A delightful Ice Cream Social Kelly, at Deland on Saturday. two weeks. Mrs. Woodard and Walter Martin and Miss :\11''. and Mrs. John C. Tye and family moved to /Albany
registration will be August 29 was held at the churchat Mr.. and Mrs. Kelly attendedthe children brought them home Dorothy Swanbom were dinner Jr., and baby daughter of Southt63' Ga. last Saturday. We wish TO COUNTY COMMISSIONDISTRICT
.and 31 and September 6 from 7:30: Thursday night after ,funeral of their cousin, and spent a week' here. During guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney wna, spent last weekend them well in their new home.
Mrs. Bessie Col son, at Jones Miss Elizabeth Terry was 5
6 P.m. to 8 p.m. Registration which a aim entitled"The Gospel that, time they visited Mr. Hanson on Sunday. with their parents :Mr. and
Is by appointment only and fees Blimp" was shown and enjoyed Chapel in Starke on Monday. and Mrs. Tommy Clayton, in Mrs. Claries Cowan and Mrs. J. C. Tje, Sr. a Thursday overnight guest

are due at the time of regis by aU.Highland Mrs. Marian'Hall, and Mrs. Jacksonville. Mrs. Crews and Bryan, of Jacksonville, were :'011''. and :Mrs. J. C. Beach
tration. Jimmy Hogan, of Jack.onvllle.Iwere Glenann returned home with supper guests of her parents, were super| guests of their MADAME BESSIE
Registration In Starke will Baptist Church- i guests of their sisters, the WOO
be on August 28 from 6 p.m. Sunday School 9:45 a.m.; Wor- .Mrs. Hester Hicks and Mrs.P. with the Crews and Wood- on :taturday.; Other supper Sunday. Other guests were her ,- ., ;. 'viler'
J.Anders on Monday.
to 8:30: p.m. at the Middle ship Services II a.m. and 7:30: ards. Mr. Crews and family guests were their 'grand son-in-law and daugher :Mr.
School. p.m. Prayer meeting Wednes- Mr.' and Mrs. Hubert Hln- brought them home and spent a. children, Mr. and Mrs. Claude and Mrs. Claude :North, and
There Is no cut-off date for day 7:30: followed by Choir ote of Hollywood who were week here. :North: and family on Thurs family. PAST PRESENT FUTURE

appointments. Interested per- Practice.,, vacationing In Tennessee Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hewitt day.Mrs. Mrs. Hulen Herndon and HUrfui ADficr on ,
sons must apply for admission stopped by Wednesday and visited of Tallahassee, spent the week- Edith Swinney and children were recent guestsof Alt AffAIHlHM

in order to get appoint with their aunt, Mrs. O. end with their parents Mr. and daughter, Mrs. S. L. Swindell, her mother, :Mrs Monde "' ,",UI4G.. ..lOVtOUIINIII
menu. J. Phillips.of Mrs. Arlle Dobbs. Other guests were guests of Mr.' and :Mrs.D Kirk and family, of Rock\\ood,
Registration for non-credit Friends little Nancy Shu- were their son, Burney Dobbs ,. E.: Llebmann, Mr.' and Mrs. Tenn. 818'. 9711 IN PRIVACY OFIMY\NOME
vocational and technical cour- the cones, may be gathered. ford regret to learn that she of Jacksonville, on Saturday. I rank Cordon, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Red-
ses will be September 19 and Cash Is paid for the cones Is In St. Vincent's Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Greg Dyal of Archie Calhoun, and Mr. and dish visited their broUier-tn- C ALLAH AN: UN): l'J' I :MHJl'llI )I "
20 in the East Campus Span- and cone collecting can be very Jacksonville, with pneumonia.Her Tampa, spent the weekend with Mrs. U. S. Betliea, all of :Miami law and sister : > .
who will Mr. and Mrs. I 12 MILLS HIOM) c.ll; Y ish Court. Times are: 8:30 profitable for thoio! mother remained with her. their parents here, Mr. and over the weekend. On their J. M. Wilson Micclenny: on tioo B..J.. 'lo. iioa wii, Trio. L..I>
..m. to 11:43: ..a.m., 1:30: p.m. work hard at it during the suitable short Wesley Thomas son of Mr. Mrs. Leo Dyal, and Mr. and return trip they visited :Mr Sunday afternoon.
time the cones are
to 4:15 pjn.. and 6 p.m. to
It Is simple and'
for gathering.
8 p.m.,No appointment is necessary -
and fees will be due easy to do and there are many

at the time" of registration. Slash pine cones ready for the I

Courses will run from Octo- picking.Be "%". ber 2 to December 13,' sure to get permission "t
from.the landowner if you plan +
Individuals who wish to signup 6
for non-credit classes to collect cones on land not
early -
belonging to youand be sure : :
must mail a registration
card from the non-credit bro- they are Slash pine cones, not

chure to the Business Office Longleaf or Lablolly. Collect
by September 15. only good healthy Slash pine
cones. Good cones ars firm,

heavy, and have a doop brown I
color. Do not get cones with i '

Cash Offered disease spots, worm holes, or

that have sticky gum oil them.. .
For Slash Cones may be gathered by : -
following a logging crew cutting -
Pine Cones' Slash pine during Septem- 1;
ber or may be gathered from cGL

The Florida division of For- standing trees during Septem-
ber.' Turn your cones in fordash A
estry needs Slash pine cones 43 !
to Edwards Farm
for .seed and .Is paying $1.75 Supply money U. S. 301 North.
per bushel l for good ones .
to EdwardsFarm Supply
In Starke. "Every time the !government -

The seeds from the cones shifts a little to the left

will be planted at state .seedling ''the decimal /point in taxes and

nurseries, and there Is national debt shifts to the

a good demand for the cones right."-T. E. Wyatt The .I } p1A1RTT7/Z r 0pTO43'
during the period September Ala. Ban Se'1
(Clanton, ) Union
::11 through September 30, when. ner. ? YOUR CHOICEId

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STARKE, FLA.PHONE PsIasi far hem.i .
fT 1 Men's Polyester I i a ovhnq.. .

984-5451 tA E P' Double Knit Pants '

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Short Sleeve up To 58.00 o Poirl 1 Baskeb l P....rm.ris, <.raze,
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t'r ...-....... Slick Tires Can Cause Hydroplaning Of Auto' I, '. ........

..... It traction oven U'1ObJ' tires are
Rainy weather a '
poses of
one those nit d .
the more frightening exper proper wee ame) government expert -
ience's for motor-lit "hy.! groove. A. peedincrwwMttbecomes : estimate that a car with
droplanlng" and cars with not only more pnv average tread depth traveling
bald tires greatly Increase the bible but more dengeowM" at 30 mile per hour on a wet
chance of drivers experienc: Orxnstv oald. road tea a topping dlitance
Ills this phenomenon of loss The Council remind driver up to Should those
of control and that a light raID or drlMle, 118bald
.e .e stopping abU- / tires observe the
IIy. exptcially after a dry spell.produces Council the stopping distance
"The treed of a ire Is do- a thin greasy Him 1* not only considerably more
signed to give as much trac- I on the road surface but the driver's ability to maintain -
tion as possible under all driving slippery* Ice. control at all Is question
W said Ross R. "Should your tire have Own -
Eggs and Dairy Products chairman depthyour
Ormsby of the Tire average tread groove able."Also, with the approach of
skidding under -
motorist should
The Rains Will Economize by serving dairy FIREWORKS ARE DANGEROUS these condition are 5 to fall that leave and rain remember com
product and eggs for mtat- ...ESPECIALLY IN OR NEAR WOKS 10 Um.I..ter. Orrnsby driving noted on bine to produce the same effect
Germinate Grass Please Vets For and lean meals. WHERE RfS CAN START "but If you're chances 01 f a* a loose rug on a waxed
bald tires,
your "
Seed Now ... to 20 floor Oramby; said.
Elect Your Friend and YDROPLANINO Tire Council losing" control up The ,Tire Industry
Milk 'Cents' Industry Safety photos time as .....t." Safety,
show why a worn tire is more dangerous on wet roads.A new The Council defines a bald Council advise motorists to
ARGENTINEBAHJ4 Neighbor Fresh milk and culture milkcoat S t htl&t rrY's : tire,at left,funnels out the water through its grooves,leaving the lire as one having Its tread watch their with speed when con

SEEDlb. R. II. (RUSSELL) more than milk made t rubber in contact with the surface. Worn tire at right with only worn to 1/18 Inch or less In fronted ditions. Brake carefully slippery con and
'/IB-inch of tread remaining and shallow grooves is virtually skim- any two adjacent treadcroove"Govlrnment
from dried and canned forma. slow down when going into
ming over a film of water in phenomenon called "hydroplaning. safety and turns.
Jr. curves
.89 C e e - Photos; were shot at /mouth of a second. as a,car passed over a gree U. with S, Department Ormsby. Writing of Commerce In addition to cautious speed,
glass plate at JO mph. "Tires: for the best Insurance against
50 lb. 41.50 TO COUNTY COMMISSION Least ExpensiveDISTRICT Source: Tire Industry Safety Council.Washington. D.C. 20004 Their Selection and Care" exports -. tires dangerous with proper skidding tread maintain depth

PENSACOLABAHIASEED 5 "Water elated act: a*a lubricant and correctlnflattonpre: 'ure..
Milk made from nonfat Industry Safety Council. road. The term for this effect between your tires and the road Both conditions offer the key
dried milk In I the least expen Check local lawi before "Water on the highway can is hydroplaning, and car surface. and seriously!' reduce greater tire safety and mile
save hooting fireworks! literally lift the car off the with bald tire are much more age.
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1 Ib. Meal 1.47 .. 389.1741 ."c' .. "Herbert Schwartz Is one of the finest legal scholars I know. Herb
writes well he thinks well he is hard and
; a working, compassionate ...'.
fair man. He will be an excellent Circuit Court Judge."

Robert L. Shevin

Attorney General

State of Florida

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H.P. 26" Cut .. i Group Having Deputy Attorney ; :
Bob Shevin Herb Schwartz is author of numberous Attorney General ,';; ,. ,.$, ': .. :; .

M\N\ opinions furthering the fight against crime in our great state of .,; .i .,'" .' .;, '
QI'lITWHO \', "J', Florida. Herbert T, Schwartz believes that ultimate freedom for all ," ('!l ,, lft' :

FEATURES: 't,.- people can only be realized in a lawful and orderly society. "With !jf ,/.,..vr.:, : '.' ,: .' ..

,,,' ;-c4; "' it i t;' violence stifling daily life everywhere, I believe the greatest deterent ,,, :.r .''il; ,,:\ ..t.I/ ,,.,...",;':',
: Is and'sure and ;.",, '': '" ) ; '. ti' "
ONLY :"i to crime swift Justice! that protects the innocent f S' 1,X. : ;
Toro Quality ..,'. ..;, oJ.J.f'; :' punishes the guilty.".Schwartz Is also concerned with the backlog .. 7 Y" '" L; t'", 'p4i'of ,! '.: ; '. ." .
''C II'1'1.-1..:"' ;..''I'" cases I impeeding the course of swift Justice (in our country. Schwartz +,}J; ,' "/I f. '\: I" '1' 'fF.r'If.1' ..: .: "
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{'r.":'!,t"'" 1 a dedicated effort to reverse this unfortunate situation. So,wh'", Ii \ IW'\1I':\ ,'.,'- I'.
21" Cut ., does it mean to be the State's Number Two Crime Fighter It means ,,',; r i f
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.ST Briggs Paid for by a lot of people who want Herbert T. Schwartz elected Circuit judge. '
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Buy In Volume ; The Shrewd

The purchase of large package .
'J of ground beef usually
means a savings. Those weigh- Shopper
;v fag more than
1-;; five pounds Save on simple services.Buy .
,,,ir generally cost 3 to 5 cents a .D A
a Urge piece of meat and
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pound less'than smaller
jmv. sizes. 4 Ily'', ,I cut it yourself for stews, gou-
,11 1
?,... e la he., and meat pie. Do theme
with poultry. Combine
.::;;. Liver Healthy ,} r-, r' I. your beans and franks; slice REELECTJUDGE
...i For. economy's sake and 9 t M JI !' and grate your own cheese.
..<}> good health frequently serve A The packaging and pre-siicing
....>,. liver Pork and chicken liver / v I of cold cuts almost doublesthe

art the. cheapest ; .r r price. DON CARROLL

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Worship at 11 guest speaker. Uc" Meeting, 7:30.:
ways. May God Bless each of ; Wednesday night 11 and 7 Prayer Prayer
prayer training 6:30: p.m. a.m. p.m.
you Is our prayer. The family Rev. Richard Barber; Church NORTHSIDE BAPTIST meeting at 7:30. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF Evening Worship 7:15: p.m, Service 7:30: p.m. Wednes Rev. Leon T. Odom, Jr,,pas
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7:30.: Rev Richard Barber day.Leroy
speaker. Intersection of Highways 16 tor. 1404 E. Bessent Road 7:30: p.m. Rev. Merle ,. Olive pastor E.L.
Family Horn Evening-Mon Packham pastor Grlffls, associate pastor. MNCSLEY LAKE BAPTIST
Monday-- Chapel Bells Choir (North) and 225. Rev. Wayne
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6 Youth Choir Wells pastor.
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Meeting 7 Sanctuary ;
thanks to all our friends and Bell Choir 8:15.: p.m. Service at II. Evening Service, Bible School. 10 a.m. Wor- Wednesday- Pellet Society.: ; Sunday School 10 a.m.'or.- BETHEL BAPTIST CHVKCH ,,,11 a.m. Evening Worship
neighbors for all the prayers Tuesday State Mission Sea 7:30. Wednesday Service 7:30: ship Services 11 a.m. and 7:30.: ship Service U a.m. Church' Sunday School 10 a.mMorn- 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting 7:30:
flowers cards food and other of 6 p.m. Midweek Service, Wednesday ThursdayM.I.A.. 7:39: p.m. Training 6:30: p.m. Evening Ing Worship ll'a.ms Evening Wednesday. -Kev.S.C.;CuUibert
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kindnesses shown to us In the Covered Dish program Luncheon a.m., 12 P.m. 7 p.m. Ladies Bible SundayPriesthood, 8:30: a.m. Worship 7:30.WednesdayPrayer: Worship 7:30: p.m. Prayer Pastor
recent loss of our loved one. Class Thursday 11 a.m.Church Sunday School 10:30: a.m. Eve Meeting Meeting 7:30 Wednesday. Interim Pastor
with Lorena : P.m.
We would like to especially say noon Group, In Music Epperson Makers HAMPTON CHRISTIAN located one block west on SR ning Meeting 6 p.m.Sac rement. 7:30 p.m. -Rev. J.C. Saunders pastor
thanks to Dr. Salazar, Mrs.Howard charge; CHURCH 16. Jesse D. Branson Branch Rev. J.D. Robinson M'RG'RO.D: :
Choir Young Musicians
and the staff at the Starke ; Choir Sunday School 10 ajn. Morning -J.P.H. Bell minister\ President. .JHEILBRONN B\PTIsr CHURCH\
3:30: ; G. A., 4:15.Wednesday : .
Nursing Home. May Cod bless .. Worship U un. Evening PINE LEVEL BAPTIST
you. The family of Rosa Kelley. Family Night Worship 7-James Shaw pastor. PINEHILL; CONGREGATIONAL BAPTIST BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH '
Supper 6 p.m. Prayer Meeting HIGHWAY 16 BROOKER, FLA. > Sunday 'School 10 a.m. Morning Sundiiy School, 10 a.m. Morning -,
RA meeting 6:30: Teachers METHODIST CHURCH Worship II a.m. fre &erverces Worship nt 11. Training
; Rev. Jim Temple pastor.Sunday

LAURA BAPTIST Sunday School 10 Morning Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.
and Officers Meeting 7:15 a.m. Booster Band Young Union' 6:30: ; Evening Service.
CARD OF THANKS Church Choir Practice 8 ; Sunday School 9:45 a.m.Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth Ser Morning Worship 11. Training School 10 a.m.Ron Bristol People and Prayer Service), 7:31.:
The family of Leroy Nor p.m. Worship 11 a.m. Evening vice 6 p.m. Evening Worship Union 6:30 p.m. Evening Ser Superintendent. Training Union, 6 p.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m. WednesdayPrayer and
man, Sr. would like to thank Worship 7:30 p.m. Midweek Bible 7:30: p.m. Rev. L.L. Crlffls vice 7:30.: Mldwoek Prayer 6:45. Lowell Douglas Director Midweek Service Wednesday Bible Study. 7:30: p.m.
everyone for the prayers flowers Study, Wednesday 7:30 pastor. Service 7:30 Worship Services 11 a.
MADISON STREET p. 7:30: p.m. Rev. John Strickland --Rev. Bob Cooper pnstor,
visits cards, and other BAPTIST CHURCH -Rev.! L. Tommy Howe, pas m., 7:30.: Midweek Prayer Ser Pastor.
kindnesses shown us during our Sunday. Sept. 3- Sunday m.Be 1. church Sunday. GRACE BAPTIST tor. vice 7:30.: Lavern Outlaw music
boroo vement. School 9:45: ; Mopilng Worship Lester Austin, pastor. CHURCH STARKE .
at 11: Church: Training Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng NEW RIVER BAPTIST CHURCH OF GOD
6:15: ; WMU Prayer Circle: 7:15: ; HAMPTON BAPTIST Worship atlI., Training Sunday School 10 ajn. Morning GREATER BETHLEHEM OF PROPHECY BROOKER Worship Sunday, School 11 Junior 9:45: and;Morning Senior
Evening Worship, 7:30.: CHURCH Union 6:30: p.m. Evening Wor- Worship II a.m. Training FREE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- MYF 6 .
LAW FEY, FLA. MondayYouth Choir Practice. Sunday School 10 a.m.; Morning ship 7:30.: Wednesday Prayer Union 7 p.m Evening Worship, Cor. Ash & Chestnut Ing Worship 11 a.m. Young Peo groups p.m.
Wednesday )outh Choir Rehearsal
Sunday -
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program Service 11 Bible Meeting. 7:30Rev. LeonT. ple's Service. 6 '
a.m. Study Evangelistic
7 p.m. ; 8 p.m. Wednesday Night ser- School 9:30 Morning p.m. 7
8:30 each Bible ; Worship p.m. Prayer MeetIng -
a.m. Sunday. WednesdayPrayer Meeting 6:30 Evening Service 7:30 Odom Jr., pastor. Service. 7 Wednes-
pun. p.m.
; vice 7:30 11 ,
p.m. Everyone welcome ; League 4 7:30 Chancel
School IOa.m. Sunday; PreachIng p.m. Night Service day Prayer : ; Choir Rehearsal
Adult Choir Practice Meeting 7:30 p.m.-
7:30 .
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p.m.Rev.. Jasper Wil 7:45.
11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. P.m.Wednesday Come and :
Prayer and worship with
Prayer Meeting and Bible Study 8:30.: -Denton Sumrall 18stor.ENTOMOWGIST Bible Study 7:30:- p.m. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD Jim Countryman, pastor llama, pastor. -Rev. Bobby Harris pastor us. Rev. George L. Harper

Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Wewel- Melvin Hamel Pastor Ralford Road & Weldon St.
come you.--A.K.: Massey pas Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH "LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST CHURCH OF GOD

tor. DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH Worship 11. Sunday Evening Sunday School, 10 a.m. MornIng CHURCH FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke.
BROOKER 7 p.m. Thursday night, 7:30: Worship 11 am.: Evening Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- Sunday Service Sunday School Sunday School 10 a.m.'' MornIng -
alaT. Ile.r Sunday School 10 a.m. Wor- -Charles Thomas pastor Worship 7 p.m. Wednesday Ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening> 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship, WorshIp'11 a.m. Sunday
ship Services 11 a.m. and 7 Prayer Meeting and Bible Study Meet-, Worship 7:30 p.m.,Wednesday 10:45: a.m. Evening Service,7:15: Evening 7' p.m. Youth Night,.
7p.m. Young Peoples Everyone) welcome. p.m. Youth Group Meeting,Sunday Wednesday 7:30
p.m. Training Union V p.m. MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL p.m. Prayer
? -Rev. Lacy Conway, pastor ing every Monday 7 p.m. Rev. ,Robert Raison pastor 6:30: p.m. Meeting Friday 7:30: p.m.
Sunday 9:45: : a.m. Sunday G.F. Prevatt, pastor. Everyone -* -.,.C. Brown, minister -Rev. Y, W. Kldd
lea-t I'--pall School 11 a.m. Morning Wor- welcome.
6 Training Union
HOLINESS CHURCH 7 p.m. Evening Worship.
Wednesday -7:30: Prayer Ser
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L Saturday Mass, 7 p.m.Sunday MELROSE SUPERMARKETS
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Educational Benefits

Outlined For Veterans 3y Elisabeth Given Walker

The Veterans Administration flee. VA will send two copiesof SCHOOL Bradford NEWS students began Morning Service, 11 a.m. Dinner pastor. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Mrs. Clora Weatherspoon, a Mrs. Rebecca Depenport Is son will be held at 2'pyn. Saturday
has reminded college bound" the certificate, which must the 1972-79 County school term- will be served at 12:30. Love Feast Service 11 a.m. niece of Mrs. Glennls Soloman, home at 1210 N. Keller Si. at the Johnson Chapel In
Sans that they should contact be submitted to the school. League at 4 p.m. Evening service At 2:30: funeral services will and her three sons are makingan after an extended visit In Lake Gainesville. Rev.Vlnson served
In the various schools.
the VA as soon as posalble The school will endorse one The Monday of Is 6 p.m.Greater be held for Mrs Debbie Tho- extended visit In Florida land. as pastor for New Bethel Bep-
cooperation parents mai. Evening Service, 5:30. Mass. They tist Church In Starke for
In order to avoid from Springfield a
unnecessary and forward It to the needed for successful school
delay In their monthly education VA copy he said a Allen Chapel AME will visit In Starke Miami, FUNERAL SERVICES number of years and will be
allowance check. office term.Adult classes will start In Church. Rev. C. E. Jenkins VISITING and Lakeland. Final rites for Rev. A. Vtn- missed by his man friends.

of Odell the St.W. Vaughn Director 'The VA. official strongly sug the various centers In the county. ".."... .........4.......................,....................*.......................,.....................
Petersburg VA Regional that the veteran check For Information call the ; .
Office, offered these additional bbaack
to make Vo-T.ch,96.-11150.
with the school 4I
tips for veterans look- :
certain the certificate has been.
ing forward to getting startedIn forwarded. This la to help Insure CHURCH NEWS

"The college first: thing a veteran that the veteran education starts Rev.New L.Hope W. MOMS Baptist pastor.Church Sun- I

should do." Mr. Vaughn explained receiving lowance checks monthly promptly. day School, 10 a.m. Morning I 5 REASONS WHY I
to decide
on an Veterans returning to the Worship at 11. Afternoon Service -
educational objective. He should
same school need not get ano- 4 p.m.Ebenezer. i
choose a school and apply for
ther certificate. Those plan .
admission as soon a* possi to change schools or educational Baptist Church, .
ble."The objectives within the Rev Leroy Eh vis pastor. Sunday :, .
veteran should then request must School. 9:45; Morning Worship
school however

fr'anthe a certificate, nearest of eligibility VA /- get same,To VA be approval.eligible for educational: 8:30. at 11.' Evening Service. .IL ke Geneva Mobile HomesOFFERS

benefits, a veteran or serviceman Choir No. i will lave their
Pi.... V.,. F., and. must have served at least anniversary program" Friday
181 days of continuous active night, Sept I 1. at 8 p.m. with .
Elect Your Friend end... duty, any part of It after many choirs participating. Thepublic :
Jan. 31, 1955. Or. be must Is Invited. Weekly services i' THE BEST DEAL i
Neighbor have been separated from service as follows: Tuesday night
because of a service connected at 7:30: Bible Class Prayer V. .
R. II. (RUSSELL) disability without regard Meeting Wednesday night 730. .
to length of service. : They Are The Oldest Mobile Home Dealer In This Area. :
Veterans were urged to contact New Bethel Baptist Church, .
SEEN Jr. their nearest VA office Rev. Leroy .tor.Tuesday .
or their local veterans service night, Bible Class, 7:30.: _! To Date Have :
Mobile Worth
TO COUNTY COMMISSION organization representatives Thursday night, Prayer Meet- They Homes Over 18 1/2
If further Information on Ing. Sunday School, 10 a.m. : Million Dollars :
DISTRICT 5 educational benefits Is desired.POLITICAL BYPU, 5 p.m.,terminating! services ,. .,
for the day Regular services : ," e

-c- days. on second and fourthSun- : Their Reputation For Dealing With The Public Is Widely i

r Greater Free Will Baptist :. Known. :
RALLY t Church, Rev.Jasper Williams,
pastor. Choir No. 3 and Ushers .1 Quality Homes At Fair Prices Is The RuleNol The Exception I
AND Board No. 2 meet Monday
night Tuesday, Senior Choir .
Rehearsal. Wednesday night,
FRIED CHICKEN t night Prayer, the Ladles Meeting!Circle Thursday will go i. .Their Wide Selection Of Homes (Including Doublewides) Allows :

SUPPER to Prince.the home Friday of night Mrs., Prayer Sarah, i Them To Offer A Complete Choice Of Homes. :.
Band will meet at home of .

t, t dinners Mrs. Rebecca will be Allen.sold Saturday from the, oJ
Desirable i ii
ers kitchen.Conference Sunday,School 6 p.m.Teach Satur I g Comfortable HOMES FOR THE NEWLY WEDS
f CENTER day. Affordable
6 Sunday Is pastoral clay startIng i Or' I
FRIDAY, SEPT. 1 with Sunday School at 9:30.: .
: Another mllesteae I I will
Adults, $1.50 Children 1.25 .
come when the minister announces .
that we are gathered J,
I Serving Starts 5:00: p.m. t here la unite this person aad y a c
this la / .
person holy wedlock. :
Speaking At 7:00:
p.m. :\ They Can Finance Any Home i

Supper Sponsored by Theretsa Community Center Loud voice on the,, but "W. Ii ... .. r:
I J mUle hove had a ttrriblt' coca,, .. .. ,;2. .
'11"J lion; tut cam hone with some ;................... .............. .. .. ............................................................,
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Faith in your neighbor. Help from your friends. ".; A Z. At1dIFl+I< '

The Adkins family has been a good neighbor y trtrz'; s wand .. '
friend for over a century: and a half. lw. ; ',"" ,.

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The Adkins family legal heritage has been a pillar of

strength, hope, and PROGRESS for this community.: % !

Collectively, the Adkins' have been members of the, ,r( "'

Florida Bar for 150 y ars. Many of you will remembr t i e 't' ; I

J. C. Adkins, Sr., who died in 1953 after serving you as ,

lawyer, prosecutor, mayor and state representative. His 74 .;w j

IOn James C. Adkins, Jr. is now a Supreme Court justice :

of this great state!


Another member of the Adkins' family A. Z. Adkins Sr., a 'i / I

compassionate man who died in 1953, served his fellow man for : ,
.many years as lawyer, judge, mayor and senator for the citizens: of
Florida.. Y
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,.AND NOW .-. we ask y carry on this. great legal heritage! #, y a ,4'' .

We ask for your support. On September 12th, vote for a man who '# ;r j

Is more than qualified to be your judge. Choose a man who cares about 't. i

your family, your problems, your community. ..1< '. r ;

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Milk Measurements Suit Individual Users 'Edward College Fund'Waters | up mnamammmmPick your free pairof

Know about the different And milk weighs. mote than croon buy milk by the .culture and Consumer Services therefore somewhat lighter. Drive Started FPL economy .booklets
immurements used for the cream when both are weighed pound and In hundredweight say this .provide for
housewife adds her
And the
milk you drink? Milk at th. at 40dVBrees Fahrenheit.In wits from the producers. easier' ,calculations; than say lingo to the milk measurements from any FPL
I farm Is sold by the pound and accordance,. with a federal Milk officials" from theFloridA trying to' .break down the and she say one half Re*. C.E.JenHaa. pastor at
by the gallon at the store. marketing order pro- Uepartm.nt of Agrl- fluid measure units In bus! pound of butter la'equal U\ Allan CbapelAMB flat a fundv-nislns Church. anBouncea -; from yourrappliance

I' -, nees transaction. One gallon one cup; a stick of butter drift U being conducted Cor dealer.
of milk maintained at 40 degrees one-half cup; a half pint of Edward w..eou..InJac.,i
Fahrenheit weighs. 8.6 whipping cream or one cup aomtlla.
pounds. and a gallon of gram expands to two cups of whip Muw Carl Hurst baa deal*. -J'1t
under the'lame refrigeration ped cream. An eight-ounce sated Sunday, Sept 1% a.Edwaid .- '
Waters College Eejr htStirf. ....--.--
An weighs 8.3 pounds
effective voice And to
think that the fat In milkcomes carton cottage cheese: la equalto .. and the City; ,bat l*>
from the one cup; eight ounce of sued Allan Chapel a permit
cream; however semi-hard: cheese will shred to to solicit.. pegs! for the 104yearold -
,*second thought recalls
pound of semi- achool. which U a
two cups; a
that" cream comes to the),top. clurcb-rvlatsd. oolite oC the
hard cheese win yield four
shredded or grated, African. Methodist Episcopal:
in Congress is what And try this chemical Cburda.The eollwa. la attempting to .....

Florida Egg and Corn Pie of hokua milk pokus.with on.Combine tablespoonof cup 93,000 vales $100.000 tad, been, and assigned a quote, to of ''t S.s_t hwovuutt 1t II' SIB

(Corn Quiche Lorraine) lemon juice or vinegar and tie Wt DUtrlct the church.Her. .1 ?1\\\\" :: :: 1_.
you get one cup of sour milk. Jacldni said He asks t''t'
19"pie shell unbaked the cI tie public In

it's all aboutToday 1 2 tablespoon tablespoons butter onion chopped Weeping Meringue titer The fund-raising drive will effort.clop at S j\qfJ.\ fJ.Q.Q.r8tt\ :

1/4 cup bacon crisply fried A weeping or leaking meringue 'p.m. Sunday. Sept. 10. with amusiol
and crumbled is one in which the program presented at la.S.\ .
1 cup fresh cut Florida corn mixture Is incompletely Allen Chapel by the Edward \01 ??
Wateri Gospel Chorua. Rev.

3 2/3 kernels Florida cup Swiss eggs,cheese slightly, shredded beaten- sugar beaten blended or;before on.overcooked cooked adding in over-oven the Jenkins this will said meeting!ibat be Invited poUdcal and to{make candidates attend \i.':;

than before need those 1 cup.half-and-half(half milk temperature that was too their .last minute appeals to (!:) ,,,
more ever we Salt.A half light cream) high and on a spreading cold filling.the meringue the voter. .\ .,
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Black pepper Stop Weeping S
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who will stand up and be counted. Let's con- Preheat oVen to 375 F.Saute' .- Weepage of meringue can \. r::;,
: onion in 1 table- be prevented by complete Save LeftoversRefrigerate 11
spooh butter Combine bacon blending of the egg white, leftover vegetables j'I o9Q ate'
corn, and cheese and sugar and seasoning, u well ss in "soup pot" and "
tinue a record of real service by returning spread in bottom of pie shell. placing on warm or hot Tilling nuke soup a at the end of the
In a separate bowl beat eggs ind baking for about 12-15 week.
an.d cream; add sauteed minutes in 360( -degree F.
onion; salt and pepper to oven.
taite. Pour into pie shell. ,
Bake for 30 to 35 minutes
until a knife inserted into SAMPLIP _DM..BALLOT
DON F FOQUATo center of pie comes out clean. .
Serve warm for a light main
course or an appetizer. GENERAL ELECTION
Yield: 4 servings as a main

course Starke, Bradford County, Florida

Congress Sliced Florida Beef Salad ;, ,.,...,f.'I...."" ,'! SEPTEMBER 12. 1972 ," '."" '1

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Thinly sliced Florida ( Y't "I# w ." '" ,1./. ., suingOfficial
Primary tomatoes "'" ;!I't)' "k-',;( ": ".;:'" ,. .- '
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Pitted ripe olives \ .
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Italian Dre..lnlHard "n, '
cooked Florida eggs, : : ,, .: .;'\; '. d' ,

quartered ', i" )xK.: \:
Chopped parsley "*f\'," S""PLroITICIA" .'' 'f : .. YI) vrl',; .
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in protein. '
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Starke, Bradford County, Florida :
.t SEPTEMBER 12, 1972 ,.

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: To vote for a person whose name is printed on the ballot AMENDMENT I
He Will Preserve mark a cross (eX) in the square at the Right of the-
.., name of the person for whom you desire' to vote. Amendment to City of Starke. Charter Laws

For Group 1 Section 1: That the charter law of the city'.f Starke
For Two Yearn Vote For One Florida be amended. as effect Article I II) and Article
III .f the. said charter law In the. following
YOUR BASIC RIGHTS manner: "Tha term. ef office for the elected office of
I the City Clerk Chief of Felice and five city councilmen .
I I for the City ef Starke, shall ba for a period af four
n I year or until his successor I I. duly qualified." This
AS AN AMERICAN CITIZEN ORIE WIGGINS 1 will take effect Oct. 1973

COUNCILMANFor Group: 3 In favor of four year term. 0 n '
For Two Year Vote For One
+1r Opposed to four year term .. r. I


-' to the City .f Starke, Charter Law
.' j., ".. j.--. ) : *&" ,.. ,. COUNCILMAN .
..< : For Group 5 Sactien. 1: Article II Farm of Gevarment. be amended, el
For Two Years
Vote For One
h' T'\ Section 7t Goverment. vested in . Th. gavermant
':' ,: (:" :,, .. .administration. '' '' of said city .h.lI..be v..t.dl" a
} FARMER j W. H. .ILL" If Mayer Cammilener form .f geverment consisting af
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\" .,. five member" ; city clerk, city tax assessor.; city
J ',, .*. ', ... ", ,1 tax collector; a ;. chief af police; a .nigh*
'....' ./'.T-f't-< ::, ,.I .1 .".:.7!..i,),".',:.v".,-',''(\ +.i" CHARLES! SCHAEFER I 0 p.liee.nd such elttir.yh..sur.r s .... city council may employ
and board af bond
,,!;i ; ,: i;..,, ;,.,\ ,' ,i.L: r' member appoint; a shall be trustee consisting. Hire.
/ ", MI.,,,.. '(. ". r'c" f who appointed by the city council
> : t 1 for a term .f three year*. All ef said officer except
bond. .
trustees, night policeman and other p.lic..01.
n, 4, : r'J1I!.%t. ors appointed by tha council shall be elected. for ax
: .. 4! :",. ," .. period of two year Tha city clerk af the City af Starke,
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< Florida. hall also be the city ran collector, the city
... treasurer and the city tax ......or far said city.'
w: I ." y.,:'"' lit" ; "n_ hall. .ba .lected'l.. commUslenar and from th.
flvo cemmUciener ball. .. elect.. re .. Mayor each year
.,, ,. ..: f and also elect a Mayer pro ,-"
This will .... effect J_, 1973.
"Liberty and Justi ce For AII ;: ".... f1:r ;A, .r- ". -- .r- .', .

/: ., ", .' ." .r IN lava .f abolishing. .. tha offlca of Mal,.... n

Oppasod ta .....I..I. tha .m_ of Mayor.T 0
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; ; Tax Ordinance Posted

By Linda : :! Exchanged Utility ;

,, jt:.,:.:.: Keystone I Hilites, I Phone 473-4907 Wharton I j f'1''!::I

a or 473-4648. ,' :: *
Mordente and John
:'! ,Kubin Betty, of Jo Melrose were mar- Council To Vote '

WOMAN'S CLUB ty McLean Mr. and Mrs.. Russ the Ben Mlzells.: Melia1a 'rind at a Nuptial !Mass Church In St.William's Again Sept.12Keystone
councelor at Camp Immofca- Catholic ,
:! Members of the executive Kahoe. Mr. and Mrs. Wattluardenberg -
lee the girl's session. Height, on Saturday
: and Mrs. Lonnle during Keystone
j boarl of the Keystone Heights Mr.
Fifteen staff members of 19, at 11 a.m., with
Woman's Club will Rhoden. Mr. and Mrs. Ward August Heights' proposednew put the new ordinance Into effect Fox said that off
sponsor a Camp Immokalee enjoyed a tripto Father Maurice Imhoff officiating. aye as an alternative selling heating or gas to
: said luncheon and card party Bessett Mr. and Mrs. Ivan per cent "across the Immediately. This must If the
Disney World and a camp- board" Mayor should add a five per cent tax to
5;; at the Club House, Friday,Sep Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. Seth out last week. Thosegolngfrom The bride daughter of Lt. for utility; tax will come receive a unanimous vote by state that he did not Intendto the bills of city customers, and
tember 8, at 12 Kennedy Mr. and Mrs. Waiter up another vote at the reg- the council to be Fox
: noon Keystone were Kathy and Col. and Mrs.Joseph Mordente, ular council effective veto, and should sign the to remit the taxes collected to
Please reserve tables to help Watson, and Mr. and Mrs. Laurie Wharton, Pattt.Mlxell, graduated from Vlcenza American tember 12. meeting on Sep- said. ordinance at that time it would the city.;
;j the committee estimate the, Ben Walker. and their house guest Melissa High School Vlcenza, Italy, An ordinance If approved on the second vote become effective immediately In the case of telephone service -
authorizing the !
M number of luncheons to be Gushue. Going along to chapa- and attended Florida State f:nl- tax has been Mayor Ray Stames, an oppon and go on utility bills as soon the tax would be based
HONORED prepared by the
:A served. COUPLE rone the group were :Mr. and verslty. She Is a graduate of city ent of the new tax has ten as the companies can work on local service, plus toll char-
For McElratly,473.429. Mary Daly and Eric Red Mrs. Calvin Marshall of Talla- the Florida; College of Medical ed on attorney the and Is now post dnys !in which to veto the ordinance out the necessary changes in ges for calls made In Florida.
::: Amy fearn were honored Saturday hassee. They had a wonderfultime Assistants. community bulletin If he so desires, or their billing procedures.The At its August 8 meeting the
i Mrs. Nell Crayson, 4734843. night August/ 26, with a partyat even though the weatherwas The, groom, DOn of Mr. and board at the post office. he can allow It to become a ordinance directs the sellers Council also stipulated that only
the home of Mr. and Mrs. very rainy. Mrs. Emil Kubln, Belle Vernon -. If the ordinance receives law without his signature aftera of electric, water, and public tax-supported Institutions -
DUPLICATE BRIDGE Mlcheal Redfearn.Mr.and Mrs.. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gar- Pa., graduated from Bel- favorable vote when presentedon ten-day waiting period. telephone services and those such as school library
Duplicate bridge winners for Huntley Redfearn Jr. were co. Sept. 12, Council Chairman .
y r
ber have returned from Nags mar High School Belle Vernon post office, and city depart-
;i7. Tuesday August 22, were: hosts. visit- Everett Fox said he will ask ments shall be from
Head X.C where they Pa. and received his de- exempt
Mrs. W. Out of town for the for second vote to waive thecuston4I' Reed h
First H. Bartlett and guests ed their daughter and son- In Industrial Englneerfng a Mrs. t Regional the tax;;
+ ,Mrs. F. T. Hogue;Second,Mrs. occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Cerald )' 30-day notice and
in-law. Mr. and Mrs.' at E.I.P. In Pittsburgh, Pa.The Fox estimated that the revised
4 Charles Hectlnstall and Mrs Robert Shortridge, Orange Evoshavlck, who had rented a bride wore a gown of Officer Of lank Women tax would produce about
'; Paul Steinmetz; Third, Mr. and Springs; Mr. and Mrs. John cottage on the beach. On their silk organza and lace over sa- Services Held $3,500 annually for the city.In .
Mrs. Jim Pierce; and tied for Inkier. Mlramar; Bob and Diane return, they brought their two tin. Her veil was a three- the early discussions
fourth place were Mrs. Gay Poland. Gainesville; Mr. grandchildren, Susan and Gregory tiered Illusion caught with a For Mrs. RiversOf Mrs. Josephine Reed vice Mayor tames opposed the "a-
Livingston and Mrs. Ray and Mrs. John Coarsey par back with crown of bee satin and seed Keystone president and cashier of the cross the board" tax, saying
Starnes; and Mrs. Roland Bry ents of the bride; and Tina enjoyed trips to Silve Springs pearls and she carried a bouquet Ills. Keystone State Bank, has been that most of It would be paid
.,: an and Mrs.'Cj V. Horne Daly sister of the bride, Or- and Disney World. of orchids and stephanoU / elected vice president for the by a minority; of consumers.

.:. Bridge ,played every Tuesday lando. Mr. Redfearn :\Ir. and Mrs. Peter H. Smol- :Mrs. Nettle Rivers, 66, of Florida Region of the National The: present utility tax is ten
at the Melrose Woman'sClub Miss Italy and ka arrived August 26 from Alexandria Alice Stewart the maid of Keystone Heights, died Sunday Association of Ba.ik-Women, per cent but Is applied only,
v and anyone Is welcome.KEYSTONE will ber be married on Septem- Va. for a few days :tenor wore a dress of green morning In a Naples hospital Inc. for the 1972-73 term. Her to water and electric service

=;, SCHOOL 30. visit with Col. and Mrs Ed- .chiffon, empire styled waistline after a short Illness. She was installation will take place at with a ceiling set so that no
: I ward Tlmmlns. Mrs. SmolkaIs : trimmed with emerald born in Columbia County on Chicago's Palmer House on one pays over $1 maximum,
It was stated last week that PERSONALSMr. Ed's sister and :Mr. SmolkaIs green satin bow and buttons. Sept. 24, 1905, and had Uved September 21, the concludingday l per month. There will be no
rt: the elementary and high school and Mrs. E. F. Aiken a patent lawyer In Washington Her ensemble was completedwith in the Keystone Heights area XB\V's: five-day: Golden ceiling under the proposed new
t: would start at different times enjoyed a visit from their D.C.Hubert Convention.Mrs. lax and larger will
a wide brim picture hat over 40 years. She was a mem- Anniversary consumers
? of the day due to a shortageof daughter and her husband, Mr. Few, son of Mrs Ro- and she carried a nose-gay of ber of the First Baptist Church .s. kAclivo pay more than they have been

r:;' bus transportation. This has and Mrs. Benjle !Massey last bert Lappe and the late William green and lilac mums and car- of Keystone Heights. : Reed's banking career paying in the past.
been corrected and there will week.
Few, was Injured In an explosion tione. A four fifths vote wuuld
m three daugh-
Surviving are began In 1953 to
: as secretary
t Mrs. Pat Gets of Savannah
be more buses ,
provided so at Graham Contractors The bride's 'maid Helen ters, Mrs. Ted Oglesby, of Keystone State Bank's execu- be required to override a ve-
that school from kindergarten Ga. has been a guest of her where he has been employedthis Lacher dress of lilac to. Since there are only four
-.: wore a Starke; !Mrs. Thomas Cham- tive vice president a positionshe
through the twelfth sister Mrs. W. Q. ,Cowling.
grade summer. Hubert was bad chiffon trimmed with lilac members on the Council at
deep bers, Naples and Miss held for \
; two part-
.4 wi!) begin at 8:30 a.m. and Mr. and Mrs. George Syra- ly burned and will be In the hos- satin bow and buttons. Rivers Lewis ton, Malnes; five time employee until years.1900 slio present following the resignation -
dismissed 3 and children, of Greenville -
be at cuse
p.m. pital for quite a while. I'msure Kimberly Kubin flower of Councilman Huntley
girl sons, John H. and Roger K. one \: that time elected as-
S. C. were recent guests ho would bo happy to hear from wore a long, lilac chiffon dress Rivers, Sr., Mlddleburg; and sisttnt eisijisr on a permanent Uadfearn; Jr., It would require -
SHRINE CEREMONY of Mrs. Elizabeth Grosberg.Also .
: his friends In Keystone so send and carried a basket of rose Armand Rivers, Griffin, Ga.; bast,. She was promotedto a unanimous vote of all
Around 25 persons attended hoUseguests last week cards or notes to DeKalb Gen petals. Patrick Mordente ser- one brother Hugh Lee, Lake- cashier In 1963 and was four In order to override'aveto.

the Shrine Ceremony In Ocala from Greenville Bill Holder were and Mr.their and eral Hospital, Room 4585, Decatur ved as the ring-bearer for the land; six sisters, Mrs. J. A. named to her present positionin .
the weekend of Aug. 18-19. Mrs.
Ga. Hubert,was In Keystone double ring ceremony Mr. Allman, Port Salerno. Fla.; 1969. Her responsibilitiesInclude
E. T. Martin of Keystone daughter Libby. a few weeks ago to visit William Kubin brother of the Mrs. Ivan Williams, Lulu;Mrs. bank operations and

Heights for was Initiation.one of the Those candidates Mrs. ft ley Boyd her grand- his mother and had planned to groom, served as best man Ed Brinson, Fernandina Beach; personnel, making commercialand ';1e! civic a.id cultural

the attending daughter from Gainesville, and work on through the fall. with Da.rrell Mordente as us- Mrs. Vlrl Blrton, Sumner installment loans and assisting groups,! she Is a Dint/ president -
E. T. ceremony were: her daughter. Sandy, enjoyed a Roy Turknett's Sunday School her.The Wash.; Mrs. Kennethlsbul'Y., In the handllu; or tie of 'the I>,TAnd >\ tonne:
Mrs. Mr.
Martin and
family reunion at Dade Park, Class at the Community; Church floral arrangements in Wise, Va.; and Mrs. Robert hi'iYs !Investment portfolio. In Youth Choir Dlreei.ir for the
Mrs E. F. Aiken, Mr. and Mrs. enjoyed a Jay at Disney Worldon the Church and at the luncheon Church. 1 lr'!); '
near Bushnell on August 20. Bova, Tampa; 17 grandchildren addition, she Is aecroi: ,v l> First Baptist :
Charles Rider Mr. and Mrs. Everyone brought a covered August 12, There were reception held at the Keystone and one greatgrandchild.Funeral i:11I 3 n'' 1 >' 3';:)tors.\ sin "sorvod, ; tile' < G,awiy Girl
O. J. Murrhee, Jr., Mr. and dish and hada fine time despitethe around twenty; 5th and 6th Heights Woman's Club, carried services were held Scout Coti'itvJi( \lrou.i! of
Mrs. Gilbert teed. Mr. and soaring temperature.We graders enjoying the trip with out the lilac and green color at 10 a.m. Wednesday In the A member of NAI3W since the fund-raising driiro; vi1: >vii wa

Mrs.Mrs. Floyd Richard C. Koons Murrhee Mr.Mr.and are happy to hear Mrs. four adults to supervise. scheme of the wedding. First Baptist Church of Keystone 19G1, Mrs. Reed has boon both i;polnted! District 8 Clni.-; run
Mrs. Helen Walters of Clear- Dennis Oca from the Candle Heights with Rev. Lawrence of the Masonic Home Committee
Mrs. W. L. 74. Sara McDonald is out and about chir'na.1:1' : : so':rattry of the
and Dunce and
after her long recuperation water has been enjoying a few Light Club Jacksonville,pro- Carroll officiating. Interment Northeast Florida :Group. In of Horlli.:: She Is also a
Mrs. Azzle Williams Mr. and days visit with Mrs. Elmer vldid music for the : 01"
wedding Mufci the
couple was in the Keystone put Woi-i.iy I
period. Floridi's
19 ) oho: wit state
Mrs. C. E. Mitchell, Mr. and Barbara Redfearn and daughter Howe. and their guests at the re- Cemetery under direction of chalr l.1'. Keystone HeijrHli Clue or ,ifn hE
Mrs. Pat Bradley, Mr. and Christie, are home after Miss June Redfearn will return ception. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home. ? Orl', ''r of 'he Ea"f''rnSur.
Mrs. John W. KIngsbury, Mr. a visit with her mother Mrs. home Friday after an extended The bride and groom left In PI"'V h* Hfo the new N.1).V
and Mrs. Whit)' Danes, Scot- Wade Hadty In Mlramar. Mr. visit with her great- immediately after the receptionfor '>r<"> :ui,* i it Lie wlf3 or GilbertA.

and Mrs. John Winkler and son, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. a honeymoon In Jamaica. Reed, an engineer with Ck\y
Johnny were weekend guestsof F. Whitney In Haddam, Conn. VALERIE TURNER Electric Co-Opera. They
S.E. MCKAY Mrs. Redfearn.Mr. June's grandparents, Mr. and are the ptrents of a son and
REALTORKeystone and Mrs. George Crego,, Mrs. R.M. Vickers of Melrose Bob Hayes, Sr. duug'ilsr'" both teeI1-\JI!rs.'J11e :
drove to Maine and Connecticut National Association of
have been visit
enjoying a from
tits. 473- 816 Mr. and Mrs! Stewart McGlnly; and will bring June home. Wins ClubChampionship REWARD FUNDNOW Bank-Women is a professional

Mr. and ,Mrs. ,David.. Droege Mr. and Mrs. irank Thomson organization wliosa mombor.i
HOMES ACREAGES and family from Atlanta, and 'and'Bon, Kevin/"from Glen Bur- iuv jt'tud: ; officer status In
RENTALSMr. also Catherine McCInty; of Ver nle, Md.,have been house guests banks throughout the country
mont. of the Zane 11 udeon s.
Miss Melissa Gushue of Buf Out of town guests for the Bob Hayes, Sr. came in first $ lt050 ';SSSg&:;:::;:; :;::::;:::;:::;:::::::::::::::::;:;:;:::::::;:;:::;:;::::::f:::::::,:::,::::::::;::::!,::::!,::!,:::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::: :: ::::

CnI.3... Mi-ltiu<'/,.lly'n..''nMlnn47 7'1.4140.">''' falo, N.S Y. has been enjoying' ,, onAugustl9.wereMr.andMrs.Mordente! and) Kubin wedding for the Club Keystone Championship Golf and Country after- ..".. ''*- ;1j1j1rI
P.h.l'n L. I. Hoi,11.or 1 47.47.I-40M 104 ::f omi'f w' ay'taqd: IBw1flIaM3SmllJPof Tampa; Lt. a two hole sudden death play 3 r--
school with the Wharton' and ,Darroll Mordente. Ft, Gordon, off with Johnny Martin Johnny !Additional \<*ntributions welcome. Make checks :f; : ks;ff::
Ce.: Miss Helen Lacher.Atlan- birdied the last three holesto payable to Valerie Turner reward fund and :ff:;;;: .*> THEATER :ff:;:;
ta; Miss Alice Stewart Orlando; make It a tie for the playoff place with State Bank.

Mr. and Mrs. Emil Kubin Mr. with Bob the winner on Keystone .... 00
KEYSTONE MEilOSE and Mrs. William Kubln. Mrs. the second hole. i* rtC "'
Joseph Nichols and daughter First flight winner'for the .:.:.: ill
Melissa all of Belle Vernon, weekend was Earl Voyles with Thank Your ::::::
BUSINESS DIRECTORY Charlie Head coming in sec-" 1t 1 l
Pa.; Mrs. Raymond lacovicz ... :
and daughters, Pamela and ond.Everett ':.::.::, \ f 1b.4aqr ; .:.:..:,.'
Mary Beth, of Fellsburg Pa.; Fox led in the sec; :::
and Mr. and Mrs. Francis PhIl- ond flight with Marshall Gallop -' 11I r
FISHERMAN'S SUPPLIES HARDH) ,\RK-CARnKN(;, lips of California, Pa. as second. ; I .
::::::;: a .:
Charlie McClave looked like Third flight was won by Ed isLt4iflRATED

SLIM'S .Jt e HARDWARE he had been hit by a Mack Reed with new member Clar- Electricians And PlumbersNew 'f _
v. truck, but It was only his golf ence Ghee, a close second.

Fish Stuff AND cart! You should be more careful Twenty-eight; golfers signed :..::..:.::,. h..
-W- I
GARDEN CENTER Charlie! up for the tournament, August t
Live Bait Everyone seemed to enjoy the 19, with Jim Zowarka as tour- 1H (GP) .iff:
A complete line of Hdw. Fireman's Ball last Saturday nament chairman. A covered Clay County Ordinance Requires A Certificate
Crickets ...
Shinn.rs Worms
n night and I understand the band dish supper was enjoyed! by
Minnows lltutrc-, was terrific. Club members with Everett of Competency To Qualify For An Occupational I I

,TACK LE-RODS-REELS Plumbing 8: I'lcctrlcal: Supp.firoTone i Fox presenting trophies.Ed t ,
Reed also presented License. And Information
FISHING & HUNTING : I'ertillzcrsInsecticides GARDEN CLUB OF THE LAKES 1 was fff
with the President's Cup which MMWAHII/ KIWIS MIMIIIJ fh
Kim Crosle and Mindy Pass-
ended In a three-hole play- Are Available Starting Sept. 1 From Clay County t Ali Mac6raw O'Neal Fri Sat.
ICE Hwy 21 N. 200 yds From water were selected Carden from Club the to off last month with Bob Hayes. + i Ryan j J.
School .
Keystone Hgts. 47]. 357 LlohlKoyttone High Congratulations to Bob Hayes :::: Sun.J :=:::

Hat. 473-3663 attend Conference a Youth meeting Environmental at the as the new Club Champion! I Zoning Commission! Office Located (In The CourtHouse f ,-::::# The Yea,'. .1-2-3 :::::

FURNITUREGIFTSLake Florida Tech School in Orlando Annex On '.'..111. Avenue (State Road 16)) I t! SHOW TIME: "' ..... S11 1 Scp H

TEUCVISION-AIR; CONO August 21 through 24. They A 6ARf3ECilE IS Fil N :|::;!:| Admission 8:30: p.mII ,.}....... Bait Sailer d
ai .
Genera were accompanied by Mrs. J. ::: ..,
In Green Cove Springs. Applications For Mailer ::
TV Service
Center Miller c Wrinkle of the Garden 1 1i :::, $1.00 ..Children ::;f

Furniture Club of the Lakes Club. Journeyman Craftsmen Must B. Received By The P:::; $1.50 Adult ::: :
Quasar The subject of this coursewas :
Gift & Candle Shop a better understanding of Board .njra:1'r'rrr 1:i:1 ii 1 r.'r::1 1 11 1:lf1.jj1fm.mmjff: ::::.::1jljl;::::::::::''jjlll::::: :ll1fljl' 1 ljl f*..1 1.1:1fllffjl::';:;:::;;; ;J
Examining Not Later Than
TV-STERO the Florida environmental problems 4:30: P.M. Sept. 28

CAR AND PORTABLE which was sponsored by
EXQl'ISITt: (CinS:.. TAPE DECKSCOMMERCIAL the National Federation of Car- t To Ba Considered During This Examining Period.
den Clubs In cooperation with t *

Furniture Far Every ANDRESIDENTIAL the Shell Oil Co. Certification"' May B* Attained. By "Grandfather" This

Taste And Purse

See Our Candle Display I AIR CONDITIONING Golfers Rece prosify Or Testing As Defined In The Ord j

1 Hwy Mi. East 100 of E. Keystone Lake Geneva H..t*. () : HEIGHTS Plan Events ,JUST BE SURE BaotcrlASHESARE \I inance.SCALES ,

471-4651 I CFAOOUT, risk!
One way to prevent dangerous .r..I-
Richard T. Lovorn want to sell jour :Mobile wildfires!
Home?? If have a buyer ladles play day. August
Mobile Home you Brokers will ,'25: was rained out but the -................................................................ Above, the
Re Real Estate Broker moon;
ladles were not Idle. Flans
ALL and '
arrange Insurance details financing for a bro- 'were set for the coming sea- FOOD STORE i Beneath the roof of your darkened placeof

LAKE PKOPERTII herage fee of lO of the selling I ion. business, your day's cash receipts;
RESIDENTIALBUSINESS'ACREAGE! G ; price. For more Information DOWNTOWN KEYSTONE HEIGHTS ,'Out, of the murk the flashlight of a thief.
call The first Thursday starting 1 \
MOBILE HOME BROKERS !September 7, the ladies are GIANT PKG. CHASE SANBORN Ask about our service
designed to
APPRAISALS RT. 1 BOX 350 J 1 planning an 18 hole tournament :I ;. .1I
long with the luncheon. This 6 9 6 9 help you avoid this risk.eUR .

,Keystone Hgts. 473-3254 MELROSE, FLORIDA 32666 18 hole play will continue : FAB 'r Coffee

PHONE 475.1751 Edna Knoppor; Aswpc. Thursday of the month, weather -
I Limit One With 5.00 Food Order,Wp Limit One With 5.00 Food Order
473-4111 1: permitting. Tee-off time '
,will be 8:30: a.m. I > MISS FRESH ANGEL FOOD U.S. N0. 1CAKES.0ch This
Martha Durbin, As'C.: 4 l 'b.s NIGHTDEPOSITARY
Starting September 14 at 9 : 49 Ci
LEONARD'SOUTBOARD I ajn. and running through the 4 39 < Potatoes I means
:23th there will be the R. Lindsay .
BEAUTY SHOPBeauty Walker Tournament which :
SHOP is sponsored by Mrs.Lois Wal -
This will be match play : PICNICS 451 SAFETY
ker. a
with full tandlcap. !
Styleveller The Kathy Redfearn Grand-
'mother Tournament will begin SCHLITZ lEER _6. 12 oz. CANS, 1.15 :

"far of October S at 8:30: a.m. This KEYSTONE STATE BANK
will be Judged on net score This Weeks Bonus Buys
Johnson I-

you" SALES & SERVICE Motors with October full handicap.12, 19 and.28, there U. S. D. A. Good Chuck FRESH LEAN .,Member P.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, Fla

Phone 475-2211" A : f;r. GLASTRON ANDCHECKMATE will, The be ladles team play.will wind up their l Steak .f2. Ground Beef "Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly
4 LB- 1 J.J "
Between If.ysto7t.' ... BOATS 8:30 summer a.m.play.with a August Flag Tourna 31, at mmr : :: Community.

Heights Keystone I ment. i ..N..NNeeeke.e. .

end. M.I lr *e Heights' Fla..
0; An i..nt 11 1972 T I..r..h S.. -. 1. -'P.O'f! 11

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Hold Jacksonville PlayOffsIn Golfers Lakes 9.4 Rain InchesOf To. Cause Rise tLAll9ED; 9 J

Friday. August 25, the Jun.
for golfers met at Willow Lakes Brooklyn Geneva, and other

Country Club In Jacksonville lake In the Keystone Heights:. PIANO RENTAL RETURN Beautiful CASHIER and waitress wanted: AUTOMOTIVE
for a play-off between the North area roM .!almost foot over
Central Florida Clubs PGA Juniors the weekend as a result of 9.4. CLASSIFIED AD RATES tal. Responsible piano returned person from ren Apply In. person Longhorn Restaurant. United Farm PUMPS LAWN\ MOWER &

and the Duval County, PCA. Inches: of rain that fell during Deadline for Insertion Monday arrange excellent buy. Write can: Agency, Inc. MOTORCYCLE.

In very Inclement weather.In a three-day period. 5 p. m. preceding Thursday Joe Mlnton.6942 D uvllle.'Rd.. FOR RENT-12X50 MH2Brdm. I NEW AND USED
the 8-9 year old group Mrs. W. P. Wilson, In chargeof before publication. .' Rep Real) Estate Broker :REPAIR
Jacksonville Fla.
32205. 2t & furnished. Also
A.C. water'
Billy Price of Willow Lakes, the fire tower on Highway 21 . SALES'
trailer space: for rent. call Paul &; Irene Faulkner Eaves
Lake said that
took first place for 9 holes near Brooklyn Minimum! Charge $1.75 984- I PARTS
964-5630 after 7 p.m. or
with a score of 49. 2 Inches: of rain were recorded (Covers 15 words) ASSOCIATES SERVICE & Garage
Bobby tannin Jr., Fernan- last Thursday; 5.2 Incheson : Each word over 15. 8C REDUCE safe & last with Go- 6236. Itp 206 S. Wotor Mr oof
diM Beach: and Schyler: Knight Friday; and 2.2. Inches Sat- Bese Tablets & E-Vap "water Stork, Flo. 964-5065 Daop and. Shallow W.IUWeser 964-8367
PalaUia. tied the 10 and 11 year urday. All Classified Ads must be pills" Andrews Pharmacy. Sip FOR SLEUsed Mobile home, .WAN'T TO SELL OR Seftners and

old group with a score of 99 Gay Livingston chairman of paid for In advance unless 9/21 easy financing, 473-4320. tfchg BUY REAL ESTATE FiltersPlumbing ,
for 18 holes with Bobby winning the city's; Streets Committee you have established account -----------.-------.' Call VII For Best Price
on the 20th hole. said that numerous complaints with The Telegraph In that LEG CRAMPS? Try Suppilcal Pipwpect Waiting I ) SuppliesEXPERT
George Dean of San Jose came were received: concerning event 506 extra charge for 3 tablets; contain minimum COUPLE WASTED; on sMcken:: ,cans EXPANSION MAY
In first In the 12-13 year old washouts and erosion. He said billing. Not responsible for Dally Requlrementof calcium. farm. Experience: In o&o.! So- SERVICE ONALL .. OFFER THE OPPORTUNITY -

group with an 80 for 18 holes. that water covered his yardup errors when given over the at Mitchell's Drug. 2tp.-831SKIN lary and living quarters.Phone WANTEDUsed furniture, refrigerators MAKES YOU ARE SEEKING
Chuck Waters Green to the carport of his homeon PHONE 964.7061DURRANCE 1
: Cove phone or when! copy la not ; 475.1532.4tp--9/7 washers. -Dab- "
won the 14-15 year old group Nelson's..Point. "It's the typed; and brought to the office :; DISORDERS? Try Toco- mere Discount House, t /chgLew's
with a sudden death play-off first time that has happened : Derm Vitamin E. cream; 1260 tYc.ght EAGLE
with Bret Cole Keystone since: I've lived there" Livingston IU: per tube Mitchell's Drugs. SECRET--Lose :
Heights, both shooting a 73. said. 2tp831FOR body bloat pufflnoss, etc. X- PUMP & SUPPLY- CO..
Ray! I Morton of Willow Lakes CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Pei Water Pills only $3. Metey Moved FAMILY

came In first In the 16-17 year Shell Color SALE-Boat t. motor&.. trailer. Back: Guarantee.- Koch 5 Blocks North
old group with a 69 for 18 Egg $1.75 per Inch: 1970 model, like new condition. Drug Store. 12tchgll2I''rEKKSrEr : Welding Shop 864 N. Temple Ave. DISCOUNTSTORES
holes. E.E. Rodgers Jr. Rt, 2
2 Inch minimum $3.50
Winners In the girls groups Tho Hhcll color or im o'IUI in. Box 141.A3 Starke. Fla. Pleasant Whisoaring Pines Motel > '

were Mi rla Anderson Mayport drU shooting a 93;' Cindy Turknett the hen rand dors not uffcrlthe :SM.I.IMi.\. & Country Club, ready for!
Keystone Heights, shooting: : a nutritive value or quality Memorials Resolutions, Proclamations FOR SALE 40 ft. Storage 964-82S2 building on or for Invea ent- HAS OPENINGS. FOR:
109. and Kelly '('rent. Willow of the "' : Card of Thanks Trailers on wheels or off. CONTACT" UTILITY TRAILERS Lota area approximately 1/2-
Lakes, with a 91. papa..i' $4.00 Minimum up to 50 Also over-the-road Trailers acre and larger. Paved roads MANAGER
words. Each: word over 50- Great n.ne'or CUSTOM BUILT only 3 minutes from town.
40 Insulated vans. (liKCKCK; : ;" ;UIMJKUTSrtK i iI .
A. Uorsey. II.M : llerndon, GAS AND ELECTRIC Call 984-7701 8 a.m. to. S pl'Cl'I' TRAINEES

I Yogurt, Fare'AndentContemporary Lawtey, Fla., 782-3253. '4tp-. I : \I. I'ST: \1'1.; WELDING I BRAZING :
HELP WANTED-Female:; companion 9A2I
to live with elderly la- PHONE: 964-7S26!; ( SHEET METAL 'KVuil: ; I-::vI,\'ricnrc'! / 'Helpful -
Part maid service. FOR SLEConcrete: block TRAILER HITCHES \( (;": Kl: .KCTIIILsK.inin:
Yoiturl il'n lite 11"11>! III' fruit youu'flH.. nre iluiw light nursingtime care. Call Mrs. house In city. 2 bedrooms,CM. 421 W. MADISON.. ST. INSTALLED: : -: .. "Inn 1 uol. K'iiiin-J.| '.

Iliinu' Its snilli, hull!, runliiril with the !fruit in the Ix.llom.. Hunt!, 326 W. Call St. or 964- & Air. Phone 964.7142,4tp9/21 .'Good Earnings Potential.
texture IN ti fiivurilejiinonjj of I he flip.Yo 7020 before 7 p.m. Itp Residential And
1..1| of jill "II"'" who |>urt IM ii' fuilured, dairy PL'PPIES-rree to good homes CIS, Commercial Wiring 'Complete' Group Insurance,

dip'| into il for lielwifii'mealHiinckH. produft in Ihe name rl"iiwifiml WANTEDMature:; responsible will be small terrier tjpedogs. JIMMY MOORE'S INSURANCEAT \ .''Annual Incentive Bonus.

ileKM. >rt or niMitt .luiifh.Some ion. with, Hour freimi. l lulllernnlk man full tune or weekends. Call 964-5832. Itp REDUCED RATES -Additional Outlets- .
.like. il |plain, linl' nmslwk / and) varioim ..h'.."' .... Apply In person. Waters lineo:: : SUN SPORTS AUTO. FIRE Air Conditioning Profit Sharing Plan.
| slriiwlx-rrv Itlnelierryjnul II was. firs, made on Ihe farm Service. Itp PLO IN!; STORAGE h I BOAT Hookup Opportunity For Rapid Advancement
Beautiful spinet stored locall)'. MOORE BOAT FOR DOYLE E. CONNER >>
rusplirrrv: nr .IVoiilruiuierHin liy lellnti p milk+ sour naluriillv.TliiH Trailer ;Pole Meters
XV'ANTF.DIADY\ to live In. Reported like new. Responsible -
I Ihe I laver |Mirk. Oilier viirietieK method. ''WiiK pniclieedfor take YOUR MONEY INSURANCE AGENCY 24-Hour Service
Keep house and cook.: Edgar party; can big savingon
.mi Imle. oniiiiie\ |x>urli, inaiw' rt Ill iiri's. II was liurrell. 1I! "C 2 Box 16-1) low payment balance. Write Starke Ph. 964-6791 tchg. Phone 964.8641 Company Representative
jipiirul |pmwipplr| j (prune' tend auk, linlil I Ih."2111) II fenlur) 2tp 9/7 Panama Piano &. Organ Inc., will interview Friday

spurt ii|''ple.Delii'ioiis' I Dial ,'ulIlI'r.. >'nlirl( weresoluled P.O. Box 1101. Panama City, Complete Outboard AStern Sept. I, 1972,,
I mid. 'llitf was feed ria. 32401. Itp
prodiifl :
a11lruUuus'.purl/ FOil S\1J -1970 Plymouth
Drive Service and I FOR RENT12?: wide Mobile 10 a.m. to 5
wild( a 11..1| ,iiiniMitil of |pill. < in.uliaeroidnitt'. ., to. modernday Runner! low mileage, good con: LONGCHAMPlIollle homes outside p.m.
Fiber city, limits J. n.
/lent, rilMill.ivin rulriiim and dairy Mundar'ds.The dition. Phone 9648115. lip Two Trailers for rent. 3 bed Repair. Complete I' and Lynn White. Ph. 964-6114. Holiday Inn

Mbar milrieiilx. ) IIIIH quilt| nlirril.iM1' popiiliir, l elief Ilial' >.o- room. 1 1/2 bath and 2., bed glass Repair. Custom- and or 9C4-8799. If no answer U.S. 301 North
) BiiilJini Highway
HELP WANTED-Apply!: In Person rooms. Call 964-7939 or 964- Fishing I 1
built Fiberglass
,' While,' nuirkeleil. in purl IN 4i fiMHl will uniiiiehealth |' call 964-8874. tfchg
'tins riMinliy. for I lass Hi.:HI ::1|(II) .properlieH, i is liin. at Thonl Oil Co.I1.tlme.. 8245. ItpREWARD Boat 'atcrials'. : Starke, Flo.

yours, il' IH renllv old' KluffliiKlnry "I'"UIII'I// lip Phone 9647600MebSfoft
!: X Plan. 42
\I" B 111.I! ) New -II Reducing.: .
wise. Sf ine "". )' yo- FOR SA IE- 19" RCA IWW TV. for stolen black: Admiral ? I '!'abets. $3.00. Money Back
lui'lM! iimTHlrv dates bark' Remote control UIF-VIIF, I battery operated Tmod- j Your PI.lnlO Or ours Guarantee.: -- Koch Drug
'tlioiiHinulH of. (\.'-nrH hi SoutheiiHl Weight Sets Grade stand Incl. Antenna extra. Exc. el 7P280 serial 7941530 about Your I.', Or OU'IO.". I Store. 10 tp. 9/7 a's
9 Inch
1':11'1': | '- or H'uypl: ", Ollierxmore cond. Call 964-6026, 1098 Col- Ztchg: size.99WI.TER Dahmers Discount: CARL BEGGS I'R IiL '1S'I'l, "IA'l'LsKrmndclin .. ..

nniHervilively. : Bay 'Ilinlti Si/e fl.iNMififalionri" ofare 1111- ley Head. Up .. III
>' 1/111/ IH merely luiiitli'rilM. t.fyeiira 1 based, on weichl I .per dozen. Gulf Service RepairsAJditiuns
olil. Moili-m'dray': HiiroINMMH : Common: market Hi../.'" and WANTED!: TO BUY, furniture SCHOOL: of dance: resuming SINGLES & DOUBLE WIDES
who worklirenk minimum : ** .. 964-8088. tfchg classes: week of Sept. Used Ports flomu tloullhr Skid tf4D
rnjoy u wi ijlil |M>r doenlire Expondo Rooms & Add
4. Register now. Classes lora 1aoedACRISAIS .
IIH we dn. ill Iris rouiilr : FOR SALE- 1962 Ford Pickup: II ages, 3 1/2 up. Ballet, THE FINEST SELECTION OF On,Rooms
>', Htilixliluli, .. il cup of yopurl Kxlra: I larije' 27 OIIIHTM.l.irjre Call 964-8088. Itchg: Tap Aero and Modern. Mrs. : FOR SAI.I9th6133:\ -: FIATSALES
|! for 11 nip Itr ....rr...*. AninlereHlmiJ : 21 I oiineeH; medium, Dorothy Salazar For Information USED CARSIn Free delivery and sot up

noli. in lh.il' KurilIMIIIIM : 21 OIIIICI-H; smallIN FOR SaLE-1970 Mobile Home- call 964-7098 after 4 this whole PARTS 100 MILE
\ prefer r'lIi\\.I.\ .. tliwlrilulled I. ..."........ .hrmlxr'pgs. weigh| :((0 12x605* BR. 1-1/2 Bath; $500 p.m. 3tp 7/7 ored I Ihty). 301 5. Srnrlco I
of Ihe ":.yoKtirl! wliiN in thet'mletl pullel! vffgH (pewer) weigh|( IAounce FOR SALE-Fresh St. Johns' USED PARTS, USED IMPORICARS' NWY 17 North Green Core
._ .. ,
"' SliileH the aural;! pupil- per d"'I'n'" ;: WXNTEDMaid for one day. River shrimp 720 lb.with heads
Call EXCEl 1 LENT, efficient: !, economical : Tot. 284-5001 264-7311
964-5882. lip on, Call Palatka 325-2371. Hwy.301 )I. Waldo Blue Lustre HARFRED AUTO
Or Lawtey 7823271. Itp
Honey Pecan Cake WE NOW have few secondsIn 468-1998 cleaner. Rent electric: : sham- IMPORTS; INC..
Please Vote Far and pooer $1. Devrlck Inc:., liulld-
floor covering at big discount REDUCE: excess fluids with
I I flip ijiiifk ItoilniK, ri w.iler okinp.NdsI Elect Your Friend and of $2 on 9x12, and $3 fluldex 41.69. LOSE ers Hardware & Supplies 509 E. University SEWING.MACHINE

cup on 12x12 at Dahmers Discount.Itchg WEIGHT with Dex-A-Dlet capsules Starke, fla. Phone 964-6163. Gainesville I 372-4373
I \1/! 11.in..1\ flourI Neighbor $1.93 aCMltchells Drug. FOa SALE_. Couple or small
I I'aINNnr. | hllkllli// Koilii 3tp.,.9/7 family Four Room Frame FCC: :XLE-1963 Chevrolet Impala .
I 1/2/ I.. .aip.N.n ...,ItI R. II. (RUSSELL) VINYL FLOOR covering now dwelling, city, uttllUetf paves 2 door Hardtop 327. 3 SHADY COMFOHTABU2 ANDATTHACTIVE Sales and Service
I .teiixption fiim.itnoiiI'J by the yard any, size $2.50 street close In. Cheap for speed Old car lake up payments :: Three large bedrooms

I .I'usp.Nnl. j'I/! /s'r saliN Jr. square yard. Now at Dahmers. Ot"ER\TORS-Junlor or Sen cash A.J. Thomas, Realtor or $300.00 cash \payments two tile baths living PFAFF ELNA
dining, kitchen Florida
.... Itchg $28.00 a month. Phone Room
/ '.11..1. IIlIlnll'lIIII ior. Highest percentage: paid. Phone 964-5701. Lots of shade and fruit trees. New Homos
I / 1 .leuxpooii. rlovt-it. Nell's'Style Shop. No. 964-7337. ..
; Melrose Fla. Y u fthnuld ,
BEAUTIFUL Danish modern 23 see this one. \.J. WHITE!
1/2/ flip HliortemiiKJl TO COUNTY COMMISSION 475.2211.2tchg 8/31 'WE NOW HAVE diamond Thomas realtor Tel 964- .
Inch color: TV combo with radio sedges FOR SALE- 9' open road truck:
:I// 1 flip\ sugar DISTRICT :SPay ; and stereo player $395.00. for any mnke or model camper 3-burner stove; oven; StftM. tfchg.: $49:50 up
I flip\ Iii, .i"l1 honey, Dahmers Discount. Itchg: stereo player.Dahmsr's Discount electric: :, battery and gas lights.
apps. .Iillhlly lN'liI..cii Business Opportunity Zoned House tf/chg Excellent condition 105000. Parts & Repairs on

COKE Box In good shape holds Commercial: Cor. Walnut IHrownlee Call Florida Theatre 9645451or all other Make Ma.
IVeheiil''' oven lo :II'JS.'i .V.tiri.iM 7 different drinks rfchmers 964-7457. Itp ...
For Classified St. Frame House ler. Brown
mill flour IJl: x !" x Discount. 2tchg 9/9 5 br. I bath living room, din. PUMP.SERVICE
:J! inch p.m. I'll I out in small Ads In Advance room. kit. Frontand back porch.: NATIONAL

.bowl used tt>vor with iHiilinnw.iler. Increased costs have made 50 acres: near Starke. 40 acres Block Apt. Bldg. with 2 separate WELLS & PUMPS ,

Cover unit let 1..Hl.uul, for II necessary for this newspaper in good Umber,10 acres cleared apts. 150'xlSO' lot. Price SAVEThoM 611 I W. Univ. Avo.
20) nrinul'sl. Mi'm'" liil. <- .sift to clarify Us present with nice 3 bedroom home. $18,000.00 Wells 2" <.nd up Long Distance Gainesville Florida

loKellier! flour, ..'...,. ""II. ,and roles and adopt new ones for 24 H,. service ocj ',11| Piaine'Cdlls' Volkswagen
spirits. In. il l.irui bawl I. rreiintt the publication of classified 3 BR frame BILL POWELL BROKER W. now handle air line O781355MARTIN.
remodeled -
t lelher nhiMrliMilntf rand! advertisement In Its col make New A Used
very nice: Lawte)'. tickets cruises, and tour*.
sugar; (-r.iilu.illy. I beal in umn. 964-6464 GOCLDSMYERS: S.1es Servks r
All advertisements of this We offer a special' package
honey. Stir in rand oats.Add .
rfii/ 1 JACO/ZI PUMPS: :
nature must be paid In advance 2 Bedroom I bath, In City, Or CAMPERS
dry innr.'.lit-i>l.. and Tour of New 1 MI. North el Tire Mall
unless an established frame, on large lot,nice house FIB Pump Ssrvto GAINESVILLE
bli'iul, will.'l'urn into Pan imdInike monthly account Is maintained n.u.NKnorcusSSOCIATE; : Disney World U.S. 90 West, Lake City
I unlit rake .It-Hln done.tibout 9911 BUnJinj; Blvd.
lit lo IA( ", inn"'". I Do with and this.bookkeeping ne..pa..r.11..lllnr 3 bedroom home In City, ; 1 .\ PHONE 26I56JOOf Coll 964-7449 Phone 752-3723

not remove from p.m. Sprr.rdIlunry cosls have, advanced, making bath, kitchen. living & dining 4-6593 .e Parlc Fl.. TOWN FINANCE CO. For Best Selection Of

per.m froHliiiH nil top.lloniyPeciin It necessary to make this\ area 8 TRACK TAPE Decks repairedand
/ Knwlmii! : adjustment P.O. Bu 224 N. Temole cleaned at Dahmors Discount TRAVEL, TRAILERS

I're.ini I III/ 1 cup but.lor unit) It Is much preferred that Nice large CB house. 2 bed- BICYCLE .' fast service: tfchg MINI-HOMES

light ,and Huffy Gradually classified. advertising. : be rooms-1 bath, very large living SEWING ,MACHINES, cleaned TRUCK CAMPERSAND
bent in I l/t/: fiiplioney.. Stir' in placed In person, rather than room. Large family room not oiled and adjusted inyourhome REPAIRING FOR SALE--Coastal Bale hay. WORKING girls and ladles needto TOPPERSFull
::1I!/ I cup fl....111 i-iH'iiiuil 1 1",1. by telephone so .. to avoid, completed. Just outside cltv 95. Vacuum: Cleaner.: repairsalso. Out of barn or out of the field borrow extra money. Call
I III/ 1 flip fhopped Klorid.1pecin errors. "|* 'r':. limits.on paved road. Lot 112acres. All work guaranteed. Parts. Tires. &. Tubes!' Registered! Angus! calves. Ph. Margie at 964-7449. tfchg Line Of Parts And

... Dennis E. Cogging phone 431- Service
1428. tfchg.: USED : 964-6114 J. B. While tfchg
6 acres with large CB house .\Iso \\hee ler
3 bedrooms .has large oak 3 O.C. Carnes Nursery

THOMAS GROCERY AND MEAT trees out from Lake (;ene,... Trikes For Adults Thousands of Plants
A Hole la 'Your Roof IfWINO' MACHINE REPAIR* 1
A Evergreens ,
n N 1114 iIi1" 5" r V. TlI .V VII"V NN IN iW I Not ''Azaleas. Roses
': 3 Miles South On 301 ALL WORK GUARANTEED *
SM0KEIACOII 'N"r'POIK CHOPS PHOXE 964-7826 Meat la cans Plant AnyllasLANDSCAPING I.Akl81NEVAMO.lLi

ikII. ..5....-a 59C.. 89C.TENIEIIIZEI .. 41 1 \H. MADISON ST. NEW i 1 fJ MI. '.E. of Stark Hwy. Mlnorahome


".It....... 7ge.. 49C'-' ., THE RIGHT POINT: for the J & J Roofing .Co. .AII"1".; 12' AND.24' WIDtS
way you write. Corn. In and .1 PHONE 473-4320

pen. Hiway 301 South; FOR SALE'
GRAPH. K y.con. Heights i FU..
79C. 8941 BUICK PONTIAC : On Crosby Laic. and Cfceeby-
J l-j.Mi.! N.:of Keystone
Lake: Canal.! >Canal SOflM<
..1IiI.......; OIOIIIII__O <6w."" .'.... ._ ...... .--._---. CMC TRUCKS
GROUND liEF SIILOIN STEAK '" "' JFACTORY 9OW >>;q It A LITTLE RIDE CAN' SAVE ... Seiie' Rd. 100 wide* S feet deep) Located .
Bill it Jo Briinofslcy, Owners State Road 100 3 miles West

69C..., 1.09., HElP NEEiEBOwen YOC A LOT" Phone 4Y448)SAIN'S ) at Stark, Fla. Ideal Cor vacation 112x12 $11.50; 12 x 15 only;
cottage,- motile.MSB. or
aaGREEN COVE SPRINGS- 14.95 many patterns and
I. lONE STEAK IOUND STUI Investment. .
.prices start at$I,11p6; i200.tkmn : colon Dahmer's- Discount

1.09.. 1.09.. Joist el Florida, Inc. n...... dependably able and. SM.OO mooA for 9tanoAa Ucq.
....1..1 factory h.lp. No experience necessary. MOBILE HOM2 SALES (SI/1 % staple. Infer*
Steady overtime fringe benefits.
:Service It Our Policy Call N4.77Q1 S ajf;, 'sf results. list your proper far

59C. 49C I jlkm-wPekdaye, ,Ale with? u., Call today.-
CUll A. flYllS UIIM ,MIllS Model must go! SlOG over invoice trw '"' or 9646810. t /cng
pricet delivered and set up within 100 e ;
39C. 49Ci.:, ,VZN 1 JSI5T mile radiui. See it (o believe it! 30- J POSTED SIGNS: Treated to
I day warranty. withstand weather204 each. NORTH 301 Near Underwood

: lUSH POll ..EClICHES CO..nl.1.1III AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER Alto available en our 'lot 2 used Mobil. $2.25 do*. Special price on Motel 15 acne 600 feet on
FaisPioC1r Lincoln/ City Read. Monday. through = larger Qjl tlU... Bradford .Highway. Will sell all or part.
i 39C.. Friday Homes and 2 Ropeisetslans. County, Telegraph.! Terms. AJ. ThomasHoaTirTel.
7:00: A.M. T. 5100 P.M. T'
i C;......"II' WT '-" We t-w Stark 964.5606 W4-5701.

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