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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 7, 1972
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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No. 6 Thursday, September 7, 1972 Copy

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Crews Road Heavy VotingExpected




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road gra- .I

ders are still kept operating s

olose to 12 ; S

hours Road per Department day as the t Next Tuesday


continues to reshapeand

rebuild grades : : .

knocked down and A : i ,r'' In First

washed out by last

weeks heavy rainfall -

., ti ( i r 1, t tr Big FallElection l City To Elect2Councilmen

All but a few of the county;
grade are passable Commissioner
Dave Shuford reported
Wednesday morning. There are
till problem In the Sampson n.C f A heavy 68-70 per-
City*; area and around Sampson i i
r cent turnout is expected -
Lake. Road crew worked ; ,,
as far a* the water would permit Y1 .h at the polls in

In that ana."The7're Bradford County next

) dragging In and out Tuesday in the first ;
BHS Cheerleaders
Shuford said
when they can Decide On 2
of residents In the area. "big year" electionto

The commission heard several be held since pri-
more complaint about the On. BHS student, o boy, of course, thought the 1972 .They arei Carol Beam, Connie Chasteen Sally Torod., maries were changed
water at its Tuesday morning Tornado cheerleaders were the prettiest at the football Elaine Sherman Lisa Newman, Katrlna Coleman Donna
meeting: jamboree In Gainesville Friday night. !Prevatt, Terri McNeal, Debbie Ritch, and Vicki Turner. from spring to fall.
-W. A. Swindell of Therea- Law ChangesOvershadowed
sa wanted a ditch cleaned out "It will also be another first.
and deepened to drain water since two ballots will be used--
from his pasture. The board one for the Democratic Party;
agreed to I look at the ,probReceived nominees for office and one
lem. non-partisan ballot for all Judiciary by county and state voting -

a petition bearing Blockbuster Expected candidates. Democratic yet expected to receive a good turn-
42 name from resident on voters will receive both ballots,
the Stem and Ellington Roads. while Republicrn and members out because of it, the City of Starke next

The board noted Its awarenessof of other parties] will vote Tuesday will elect three councilmen and
that problem and said Improvement only the non-partisan. ballot for


1*-Accepted scheduled.of road the for two main-road O f' Final R ally; ( ':S fttiir day: -,-judges.$uperadaor of Elections Neva, A decide turnout of on some two l,750voters charter both changes.county and.city'voting because J

; Flynn said that applications: for of over 2,200 registered In the people vote at the same
In Smoke-
, tenance' by the county; ml absentee ballots are running city: ; !. predicted by veteranCity, time, while they are still out" i..
rise a newplattedsubdlvidm f heavy more than 150 receivedso Clerk Merrill Edwards usually Edwards: says. He also noted
, on Brooklyn Lake on condition Bradford County's final 'race faran Indication of Interest un uncanny prognosticator, In that "an awful lot" of city; residents -
that culvert: are Installed ; and district candidates wlU of Representatives '' following Wallace Issue" In a letter appearing -
this "off-year" election. "The not to
blockbuster rally of the 1972 on the part of voters are registered
where 'water poured across come last Bill Lockhart's chargeat In last week's Telegraph
t roads. campaign Is expected to drawa A chicken supper will be the Theressa rally that Wil- accusing him of attempting which should result In a recordbreaking turnout runs a little better with vote.
No Issues have been raisedby
Noted complaint on' the record turnout of political served by the Starke Woman' liams' speech;was not original to gain votes by "butter- turnout -Tuesday of the six candidates
Chester Moody Road In the New partisans to Bradford stadium Club In the high school cafeteria but was written some f lire years ,Ing up good ole George."Lock- "unless we have a hur- any
for the three city council: seats.It .
River section but said Improvement Saturday night.Speaking at 5:30. ago by Tom Anderson a syndicated hart said he was going to writeIn ricane, she added Hit has been "mighty quiet,," the
there must also time has been advanced Guy Andrews, chairman of ultra< conservative Wallace's name on the General "People seem to be very serious City clerk noted Tuesday
wait on the work load.: half an hour to 6:30: the Democratic Committee, columnist. In the talk Williams Election ballot even thoughhe about this election" Mrs. In Group 1 veteran council-
think to allow for the Influx of candidates said that the BHS band will lists thingS "I'm sick or In is nota candidate for President Flynn said Rash man One Wiggins, finishing
"W1don't ever
they advantage of thislast music before the modern life.Lockhart "because I still believe By
of these projects: when Its dry'* taking provlce Chief Interest at the political 12th year as a councilman 1 II
said that his Integrity
chance to lace the voters .peeChel.tart. rallies In Bradford County; has challenged by Ernest Allen
one board member asked. before Tuesday' election. Sparks may fly In the House ; had been attacked: on "the ((5.. Page 16)) centered around the threemanrace Of TheftsA owner of City; Fish and Meat

Contrary to the agenda set for Superintendent of Market.In .
Rain at four preliminary rallies, ::::::::::::::::::::::::: -::::::::::;:, :;:::;:::::::::::::::::::::::: :::: :::: :::::::::::::::::--:::;:::::;: Schools, where the ipendlngand Group 3 council Chairman
August sponsored by the County; Democratic educational policies of the Nell Tucker has drawn opposition -
rash of five robberies and
Executive Committeeat Incumbent Thomas L, Casey, from Jimmy Bowen a former -
Below Avg.Eight Lawtey. Brooker. Hampton have been attacked by two challengers attempted robberies took placeIn councilman who served one

and Theressa, candidates for Council Explains Why Bill Costello and Jim Starke during a three day term and then ran for police
period from
Wednesday thru
fire raged through House of Representatives will I Temple. chief two years ago and came
Bradford County; during August be allowed to speak first so The flve-man Sheriffs race out Friday. out last when he tried to
burning 43 acres of land and that they might appear lateron has also received top billing, Two breaking and entering switch jobs
forest. a television roundup in Jack- Although no big Issues have one entering without breaking, councilman
Three of the fires,, were sonville. No Road Work DoneExplaining developed, and all candidates one breaking without enteringand In Group 5 Billy
caused by lighting which After this group, county candidates have laid emphasis on their one robbery tallied the five Noegel Is chiefoftheFoliceAu-:
burned 28 acres. One fire was will make their appeals, qualifications and proposed new larceny Schaefer record of
with long
caused by smoking which burn followed by Candidates for Circuit Road programs for, upgrading law Eagle Army-Navy Discount xiliary a
why Geiger Street has been high on the service to the city, in nonofficial -
Roddy chided the council a-
enforcement In Bradford
ed 10 and five Store robbed of unde-
:
acre acreswere Judge In two groups. State was an
has not been ditched and widened city' priority; list of roads to capacities..
burned two fires caused ; bout the length of time it took County.; termined amount of by
by and why Estelle Street In be paved. for several years. money Expected to draw at least as
carelessness.Rainfall for the city to act on his previous The four county races ap- three
by Reno section has not been Lack of has the city culprits. the three
the money kept requests for road drain- on next TuesAy's Democratic of the .much Interestas ,races
2.37 pearing First eyewitness
In was an
August
paved. or otherwise Improvedtook from paving any roads for the age work around his home at ballot are: are the two charter changes.
Rep. primary male that Jumped over a six
Inches below the 50 FuquaCampaigns
average -
year
the better part of two past two Councilman One the make
would
up years. Geiger and Colley Roads. He For Sheriff: Marie Carter foot wall into an empty office change up
for last month with total
of 11.6' Inches of rain.a Fifty hours of the Starke City; Coun- Jimmy MrRae pointed out. asked who, specifically would Jr. Jimmie W. Clark ThomasA. called Mayor Carl Hur.hndh.then of the city government from a
of rain for August cil's time Tuesday night. Pushing for an answer as to tend to his request to clean Crawford, Dolph E. Reddish called the Starke Police. council and mayor type to a
year average when the street will be paved. ,
ditches and culverts? Councilman mayor-commissioner form
1 14.03 Inches for Brad- R.N. (Dutch) Horner and Jennings Starling.
prossured all Brown could from that time arrivedon
the police
get BUJy Noegel, In a ban- By where the mayor is one of the
ford. In CountyRep. the council about the east It shouldn't be 10 years but +-rlng manner pointed out he For School: Superintendent: the scene the culprits had councilmen. The other would
Rain measured In Bradford end of Geiger Road and I Roy neither does the council know Thomas L. Casey, Incumbent; left with an undetermined double the length of time a
County for the year so tar Roddy pressed for ditches to Bill E. Costello. and Jim Tem
The
how soon.The amount of money. money :lty; official servos, from two to
through August Is 60.3 Inches Don be dug out and eulver'-s! opened (See Page 16))
Fuqua seeking reelection council also pointed out ple.For was In the purse of a lady four years, between elections k
which 1* 4.58 Inches over the to the L1. S. Houseof on the west end of Geiger the Reno area badly needs sewerage County Commissioner that had been to bank for the
average of 55.78.: Representatives from Flo- Hoad at Colley Road. facilities, but again Dist. 5: R.H. Russell) Green tore after forgetting to put Clanging to a mayor-com
rida's Second Congressional Reno resident Jimmy Brown said lack of funds to build a Jr.. Z.W.Zedra( ) Hamilton and It in the safe. The robber took missioner form of government,
District which Includes: Brad- wanted to know win the hold' necessary pumping station have 2 InjuredOn Dave Paulk. the store' money from her where one of five councilmen
".""" "' .ee would be elected by Ms
: ford and Union Counties For School Wat. 3 mayor
was up Is on paving Eslelte Street stymied Vat' roje:1. : Board : purse and left in a car thaf
; l i nltrirI making the rounds In Starke which the council had been talk- CycleTwo Arthur N. HolUday and Ben L. had an Identified tag. fellow councilmen. Is proposed
u JlJ as 2 Tuesday. Ing sevnrtlfe'atiout doing. "We recognize: the problem, Morley because the city: ; courts are being
for Starke police advised area abolished and Its cases remanded -
Visiting Starke businesses sewers and streets, said In the four-man race
i "Monay answered Street Department
Tuesday morning and afternoon Chairman! V'c unSIUcox. Chairman Neil Tucker adding persona on a motorcyclewere : House of Representatives,25th police forces and the Highway to the county; Judge's
Rep. Fuqua was hosted by B. F. "Funding must! come." Injured Sunday when the House District, the line-up Is Patrol to hold that car If seen. court under the new slate Con

I \JJ l i ii (Bud) Mizell Jr. and Buford Horner wanted culverts put In driver George Holiday 32, of William R. Hester Jr., Orange Discretion of Ute two males stitution.
'tReserved Mitchell. driveways on fie east end of Starke attempted to change: Park; Bill Lockhart, :St. Johns and one female In the car Is as The mayor' primary Job
Elected In 1962 as the first Geiger\ Rood. "Where else can 2 PolicemenAre lanes while traveling south on County: Thomas J. Rivers n,. follows one male tall and both In responsibility; and remuneration -
i I U. S. representative from a water go but across the road L'S-301: and collided with the side Green Cove Springs; and Frank slim with light complexion the was topresldeover
newly created Ninth of a car trying to Williams Starke. the weekly Mayor's Court.Since
District w'.ien: Nero 1,'s driveways withno EmployedTwo pass.George other short and stocky and no
Fuqua served that 13-county For State 5th Senatorial the the city court will be phased
; culverts blocking! the ditches Holiday danda George Senator discretion was give on
district: for two terms. ThenIn he asXed.: : District: W.E. Bishop, female out by January 1, the city Council
Seat another reapportionment he The new police officers began Holiday were treatedand released Lake Cltyj. and Bob Saunders reasoned and Mayor Carl
Sllcox
council again slated its Bradford Standard Oil Stationwas
the
from Hurst that the office 1
and veteran Congressman work this week with the Gainesville. Both agreed.
Billy men are
main problem In widening and broken Into
FootballTickets Mathews, who had been Brad- Starke Police Department replacing County; Hospital for minor Injuries members of the Senate) at the Thursday nightor of mayor as presently constituted -
Improving Geiger Road In
Sunday at 4:17 p.m. Friday morning and a num- would be virtually useless
ford County'; representative, Lt. Pat Henry who resigned present time, but are run-
southeast Starke Is Its Inability ber of tools were missing. The
i were thrown Into the still newer and Patrolman Felix ning against each other In the The mayor without a vote on
I to obtain additional right of
; Holiday was driving a 1972 robbery was reported to the police the council would become a
Second District and Fuqua way. The council requested that Sapp, who retired. Honda Motocylce: about 45 mphon new district due to reapportionment. at 7:30: Friday morning. figurehead.

S On Sale Now won. Street Supu S.R. Hicks make The new officers are Patrolman south US-301 when the accident When police arrived they advised -, So, the mayorcommissionerform
The Second
District
Is For In Congress
now Representative -
another renewed effort to ob- DeVoe, 22, Starke occured. that the entry was made '
Denton 1* suggested* a alternative -
; comprised of 21 counties: plus tain permission from landowners radio operator Driver of the 1966 Ford 2nd District IncumbentDon through the front door by meansof
who has been a The mayor will be one
At Bradford High part. at Holmes and Marion )Fuqua, of Altha, Is being
to widen the road. been collided with
andhas put station that cutting the lock.
I Bradford since February wagon of the five councilmen: and will
and Union Countiesare challenged by Nathan (Pete)
j Phone 964-6640 on the extreme eastern Solution to the drainage of the on street duty; now, and Patrol- the bike was Jeanne Blocker Skinner of Gainesville. After the subject: or subjects act as chairman of the coun
edge of t the Second east end of Geiger Road 1 into man Kenneth Carlton 21,Clalr- 45, of Gainesville. Neither she gained entry to the station they cU, If the change Is approved
; To Reserve) I District. Congressional dig a ditch across the property mont who Is a new officer. nor two passenger. Barbara Candidates for most State) offices ripped the lock off the door to Tuesday.

Fuqua Is a native of Alas owned by Ted Oglss y who has Sgt. Claude Hardee has been and Coy Blocker were Injured. now I run In the'oUyear the office and took the.tools Mayor Hurst 1* running for ,.
i tw.w./ s Florida graduate of the University given the city; permission to dig piloted to lieutenant replacing George Holiday was charged election and only one race that are now missing. Also the county; Judge'* ...to
; of Florida and residedon the ditch a distance: of about Lt. Henry the third with Improper change of lane. for Commissioner ;Florida missing I.I a 2-way radio and a For the second time In 11
i QUjr (Community! Public Service Commission, Harde
the family !farm! In Calhoun 500 feet to a pond. Supt. Hick highest po-.oYn; on the force. by the Investtgsting Officer will be on Tuesda case of oil. Claude year, the council: has also placed
&tate ,Bank ; was asked to consult with Ogles- Henry has accepted employment Denton DeVoe of the Starke Incumbent Jess Yarborough was the (Investtgatingofflcerfor on a ballot the propositionof
elec-terms by about where to dig the ditch as an Investigator with the 'Police Department. now chairman of the Commission -, the Starke Police Department. extending the terms of office -
and proceed with that project: Florida Public Service Com Damage to the motorcyclewere of all city officials from
: A-r. Nw seed Up : is being challenged by Tried Construction Com- ;
when It Is
T......M islature a* the representative dry enough. mission estimated 3Sand tot the Rep. Gerald "Jerry) Lewis of two to four year In 1961 this
: t'd-.1 0.-_--:-C- : from Calhoun Brown and another Reno resident The Starke PD now .has a station wagon at $40.
See ...
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Sawyers HonoredAt Farewell Party Reunion HeldIn Joyce DenmarkIs JM &mmg n

Dinner Party For Suzanne And Memory Of Mr.and Mrs. J. T; ): ;
LaGrange
B.G. and baby Edwardsand
Ferguson Mr, and Mrs. Steve
attended!
In Roberts Home Charlene SawyerEllse Mrs. Trudy Norton Grad daughter, Aimee Llddon returned children of Winder Ga. and family homecoming: In c.rv.r'1Wt.I I
vet
College
home last Thursday were weekend guest of 'Mr. :\,
from Riverside Hospital, Jack.. and Mrs. ,Sherrod Hamilton. Ga. over the weekend., tl, i .
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Saw-
Johns and Brenda Roberts The family of the late Mrs. sonville.Mrs. l'j\""
yer were honored at a golng- gave a farewell party at Trudy Holt Norton held a reunion A Starke student Is afcongthe -- 4'

away night given dinner by party Mr. and Saturday Mrs. the home of the latter on Bos- Monday at the home of 21 LaGrange College "seniors Gary Buckley and daughters Grace Faulkner ..Grace, "Fulltlo'iJ.. 'r :f'
sent Road Wednesday night of Mr. and Mrs. Frank JohnsonIn requirementsfor Linda, Mrs.
completed Martha and
who
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home George on Roberts Bosscnt;Road.Jr. at their last week for Suzanne: and Char memory of Mrs. Norton who their bachelor of arts degrees Bobby Pearson Miss Rachel \ >: :' 4.; .,. I.i :: ;, j.zjRAE "
lene Sawyer, who are moving to died July 2. at the end of the Summer Williams, Mrs. Maloy Pearson '
Jacksonville within ten days This has been an annual event CERAMICS
Quarter. and Sunday at
The buffett table was covered In her honor for several spent Saturday #( Mi
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with a white linen cloth and with their ,parents: Mr. and Daytona Beach. \ t
Mrs. Charles Sawyer. years on the 4th of July. Due Graduating Is Joyce Louise ,
centered with a silver eperg- to her sudden death, It was Denmark, daughter of Mr. and Stanley Miller and Miss ,,! i
nette holding lime
and an arrangement green of candles yellow The hamburger supper and postponed tills year until Labor Mrs. S.G. Denmark of 1512 East Elaine Leach spent Sunday at .' ..
party was held on the patio Day. Call Street and a 1968graduate Augustine & Marlneland. :" ""
bronze and white .St. O ,
chrysan- which was decorated with crepe Those attending the reunion of Bradford High School. irr '.QI "
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themums. The 28 I t,
guests were and Mrs. Richard O '
Mr. '
were \
seated at tables on the patio. paper of streamers.the honorees Twelve enjoyedthe friends Machedn and daojjhter, Mr. and Although they now have the Mrs. L. D. Green !Is convalescing \ ,.,I' : @ fl-O" : ,.'I 'A
of her .
The dining tables at the home "if: '" J! I
were centered Mrs. G, L Norton, Mr. and and privileges usually' '
with single multi-colored occasion. I rights daughter, Mrs. Willard Pass, ,.\'tA. tA !\\1i! 'it
Assisting In serving Mrs. Ja.nos Williams and sons, accorded to college graduates;
were .
candles In silver holders. Mrs. Randy Johns and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Norton the 21 LO Summer Quarter after six weeks InAlachua Gen- \Ul\wn'C'.\. "j I" :,
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eral Hospital. crS9 ''W" '
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Mr. and Mrs. Richard Nor. graduates will formally receive _. '
Ceoria Roberts: Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Sawyer andIBmlly ton and daughter, Mrs. Virginia their diplomas at the college's142nd ; v O'Hara reWrtieSunday .. C""., ,",,,,,(J,\ ''II .. -I,: .I" ,. I ,,1 ti :, "'
are moving to Jackson- RlxKlen, Mr. and Mrs. annual,graduation.exercise Mrs. Henry1 '" 'f'1' ," :", : r
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weeks visit .. ,
ville within ten but after a two "
days Mr.
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Family and and June
Douglas Gary Williams sons, In 1973. '.. i
KlnnardandMrs. : t :'
Sawyer will continue his operation I Carlton Norton, all of Jacksonville : with Mrs. Estella POURING', >tltVICE:( I ; .
of the Sawyer-Slade Cos Reunion, Sept. 17 ; Mr. and Mrs. Grover Raney-yaughan MI18lDenmark[ will receive Lenora Waddell. She also \ GREENWAREfPIRING',4'; ;.. rtih !: //1f\1\ :( ,f ,t''
ryy
Co. of Starke.TilleyCowan. annual Newberne \ I,
In attended, the '
Norton and daughter Golds- her LC degree with a major '. : >'t'r'!
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Set education. She wasa family reunion In Tampa. !" : ,> ; ', .
boro, N. C.; :Mr. and Mrs. Marriage elementary er., 'f ":'" ,', I, ," U.I" "
Rhodon) and children member Of Kappa Delta sorority h, ; :" ,:, TJ jf' .
) will Tommy '' / "
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The family :
// hold their Douglass annual reunion Lithe of Maxvllle; Mr. and Mrs. Mar- For November 18 ''and ;;. ; ..I,PI''Ka.PP& P,il Mrs. fl! A. Lawson spent : : /1, 'I ;
!'' She named Mr. and Mrs. During September 'TO : "r
Sister was
recreation hall at Camp cus Hartley and children, and "Little laut weak with
Married 2
Sept. O'Leno State .Park, located .1. C. Hartley aid sons, all of Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Alexander to 'the Dann's'List' for her put. -, Charles Lawson Tallahassee herbrother, t t. '10% Off,' ': :':rr Rr4r5i'Ar J: '7ft 'yOn 'J
academic average. visited
south of lake City on Highways Macclenny; Mr. and Mrs. E. 'Raney of Freeman .Va. standing' and also ,
.
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Miss Donna Marie Tllley, : 41 and 441 on Sunday, M. Norton, Sr. and daughter: announce.the '' engagement of 'The LC tgadtnte'will'teach, Charles H.. Register .who''NaB t Gr.-nware.. Glazes'. *. .' THRUrRh.t. I '
E.I.. / second grade at'Eut Side Ele- intensive are In the T.U- TUBS ; 1
of Mr. and Mrs. W. Sept. 17.Registration. and Norton, Jr., Kings- their Su- In Stains .i; '
daughter ,
E. Tllley of Starke 'and Eugene i ley Lake; Jan Mobley, Starke; .zanne- tqIJoaeIiiNiitQ1I* ; V'auV' 'mentary..School,' :: In;.LaCrang" bJuasee Memorial, ,1lo. pltal. ..n, ," :... '

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lang and ghan, ,., ; '...' 11"f ra, .. otk, ,, .. t*" \'
Davis Cowan Jr., son of Mr. .wi l st rtat, 10 "Vaughan'S'reancii; the 'IJ: \ .. '. 1. (' : I : and Mrs. Eugene Davis Counn: a.m. with a business meetingat sons, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ash-,, "Hilton ; ; ... .\\Il"1lll:!!: ,...r! ," ..' -" 1 '
'' ton and son, Carl Norton and late Mr. Vaughan of Colonial'' I *
of Jacksonville were united In 12 noon. A picnic lunch will .
marriage Sept. 2. be served :at 1 p.m. children, and Paulette Britt Heights Va.; : ,.: i;t \} J. ,
The bride is a 1970 gndu-: ; all of Oca la; Darlene Jones, Miss Raney attended.Vartell : :' "

ate of BUS and a graduate of All family connections and Lake City; David Attnbury, SacramulI'o Hall at Red Springs, N.C;, an :Central l Heating And Air Cori'aJ.i'* ,"' : J
Career Acaiomy with a Dental friends are Invited \'to come Calif.; Vance John- graduated from Atlantic 'Christian I I
Assisting certificate. lunch. son of Deer Spring La.o; and College Wilson .N.C.: I ,
and bring a picnic ', .
the 'Johnsons and their four She Is now'' teaching ,lh the'' .... "" t .:fc" 1 r.11'
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Mr. Cowan Is a 1969 grad- /? q .Pl7l....').1 ,,.', ..n
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0011.1, and Mr, and Mrs.La-" Petersburg school :
system
uate ofWoifson High School anda 1 '-,r r1 ', '
graduate of Santa Fe Junior Mr. :and Mrs. E. M. Norton, _mar Johnson. Mr. Vaughan attended RIchard "a CompletelySrisf d !I' i v ; ,
Swimming and a'picnic lunch '*Bland College < ,
College with an AA degree./ Sr. and daughter! Sarahat-; completed ,4
The couple will reside in tended! the !Hodges reunion at were enjoyed: during the day. ,his mllllarysaervlceandat< /1 J' ,i

Tampa whore the groom Is St. George,. Ga. Ust Saturday. present Is employed' by Vene-r" h.W
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attending the University of I tlan Marble ,Co. In;Richmond ..... ,#"iI" \' I '
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Stork ShowerFor J.. *#"
South Florida. / \ Va.A November'' 18 wedding' ? : i''. JT "?" ; ,
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Ronnie Norman was hon- daughter of Mrs; Ffcyd' Green I jI tl
ored with a stork shower Tuesday and the late Mr; Green of. I \\I, -.; ....:.. ( ',
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Starke.
ntelit of last week given ,! I
at the home of /Mrs. Fred Bennett ,JoI I'
on Kalford Road. Co-hos- :

1, vii l tesses were Mrs. Ural Tanner, .
Il Mrs. Gene Norman\; Mrs. Ben } ,, \ In'S I
and Mrs. Harvey Mc- r l,'
tf 111 mi ii. Spears ,
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The lace covered'girt' :table 'I .. 4 .a ,w .' '
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bearing a "specialdelivery"package. {
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mortar bunrd topped the beautifully $ ..' f
decorated cake. 'I baby :
theme, was carried out in the m
lilCH 9011 party decorations. Arrivals.Mr "'

I Stork bingo was played by "J ft: ,
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the guests and prizes awarded ; 2! ',

84'' to the winners. :'::"i..io' H y v, ::4!*; *ft :
Sept. Buck'Barnes h4Alr1Co llj'' if(111 fWSVm
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Opens and Mrs. Albert )'' '
of Glen St. Marjjiarti-i: "" ,
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Miss Klein ;t.U: ,
ModernjMDress nounce the birth of a son;Bphtty
Most Jenkins Daniel,' on Sept.'2 In Bradford;,]' '
The Ernest '
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Hospital'
County f;: : ,
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Shop In Town; $ 1: .; :'..
.Mr. ,and MoieIe3t4announce ; ,
W, Klein \ '
Mr. and Mrs. James
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,the"birth of .lQIIl .1
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The of the Temple Motel announcethe ,
Clothes For ? Christopher James, on Aug.-26 \
of their ,
daughter
marriage In Alachua, nel'li"j""| spltal.I .\:
Jenkins !
Katherine to Ernest
Gayle -
Young i4 t Heart son of MrsluU\Johnson.! -Mr.'ond'Dlrel'lirry.Padgltt'of I I'I: ; :, c C"j Jfe-.'; rMcc ricI I\;

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Starke. Starke.afl\ ounce the birth o(r ra 1 ? liable ..:
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1153 ttcst Call! SiK/ Rev. George L. Harper Performed daughter;';Usley:Dale,;bat f
the nuptials Saturday August 26'In1 Slands-Teachlna,, ''

Open,ihf 9x1.11.| .. 5 IV.I.j ,f I..a'II ,. at 2 p.m. In the First United Hospital' ,,-'x Gainesville':. 'j "*.'*i. %1
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H I Mr Jenkins as best man.A CLUB,I RESULTS:: f' nftv j tei

T.,'A. ::Suridetii J and, Mr.."Ed-V: :iJ
reception supper was held ward'Bums, I were the -Winning-"i"
at the Garden Restaurant.! couple at"., :: Duplicate Brl ge-,t: ;
Following a short wedding TJes.hy'nlghG'Mr, .. .and Mrs;, ;. L iif
trip to St. Augustine, the couple John :Mussollne[ '!wer "aoond. }4.,
Is residing In a mobile and Mrs.' Byron Fount}inad4.:,;(

.f','I'', home 'at the Temple Motel. Mrs.! Paul: Johnson wer. thlrd.f' 'r; ', . '., 'Jl
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In Orla.Tdo) aad"'Merdttii[ \ i t ATTENTIONf! '
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IY DOLLY REED WAGEMAN.Dlwefor. .

I ,,: Ill Mr.and and femtl Mrs. of R. India W. Under-Uantio Cool and Crunchy: son Mr.of and Mayport Mrs were John weekend Peter The C.msllonFahiorl Offic.. I I I L
and
Mrs. Dot Underffl Melbourne l-
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leo
were weekend guests Two-Way Chicken SlawCaraway Cbs mpfon. "
of Mr. and Mrs. J. H., Mon.
orlef. Q Dear DoUyt My girlfriend
and Mrs. -T. C. Chas-
Mr. are walking about on clogs
", tale were vacationing In the and wedgiea. I'd like to try the
Miss Jean Mundy was weekend "... ",.J.,\.,, Smoky Mountains last week. new shoe styles too bat might
guest of Dr. Patricia Mc- look silly as I'm a "big" girl. ,
Clendon In Rock Hill. S. C. 4j, ',,1.. Mr. and Mrs. Levon Andrewsand True?
2 :&: A: Not neceeoarily. Thick
:; spent the weekendat
\ family
v -fj soles can be flattering to
Hoyt Jonos underwent surgery '., their summer home at Rain- because they add any'height

wVliiDsday of lust weekIn bow Springs.Mr. length to the leg; however,
the Atachua General Honpltal. 1,' you must learn to walk in
His sisters. Mrs. Roy \ and Mrs. Joseph Bettes them gracefully. No clomping
Martin of Miami and Mrs. Tom ;t. \00.-. of St. Augustine visited her about please. Practice push-

Brown" of Atlanta visited him parents, LTC and Mrs. V. J. ing-off the with
toes, and M
In the hospital and Mr... Jones Spengler, over the weekend.Mr. putting down
from Thursday to-Saturday. the front foot
and Mrs. A. S. Harrison .. lightly/( as
Mrs. R. G. Thornton of SIn R e lf were In Waycross, ceo over possible. !?
Diego Call/ will arrive til- the weekend visiting her mother dark wedge ALL
day to spend six months with Mrs. R. T. Hlpps. soles look too '
her parents, Mr. and Mrs.Harry heavy on

Moony while Ensign Thorn.. Mrs. Verde Flynn was a some your feet of, the try
ton Is on .six months. duty Sunday dinner guests of her summer san
sister. Mrs. Bessie Faxon, In dal styles
Mrs. E.K. Perryman has returned Gainesville. with pale cork sole.
from a three weeks visit You may be wearing a lot of
with Mr. and Mrs. Perryman, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Gold- open-toed shoes this Summer.
Jr. In Behtlehem, Fa. wire visited Mr. and Mrs.Mike Don't forget that a weekly 1972 CHEVROLETS .
Goldwire In West Palm Beach pedicure should be part of the
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry McAl ing hysteria.seeds have been claimed to cure many things-Includ last week. stone beauty on routine.unsightly Use. a callouses pumice

lister of Altamonte Springs, Canned boned chicken also has the same magical after bathing. If that's not
and Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Hay- When hurry-up dish is needed, a cupboard full of Boned property Chickencan Archie Green of Chicago ilL abrasive. enough an emery
word and family of Jacksonville rave any busy cook from a bout with hysteria. spent the weekend with his mother board makes a dandy utensil
were Sunday guests of Try a savory combination of cole slaw with caraway seed and Mrs.L. J. Green. for sandpapering rough heels.
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. BaldwinJr. boned chicken for a very different crunchy summertime salad in Have you been wanting to experiment

cabbage cups. Or, serve Two-Way Chicken Slaw as a sandwich Mr. and Mrs. David ChrIs- red nail polish with the hades new? dark Try DRASTICALLY
filling for hefty hard rolls.
topher and daughters of Fitz- them on your toes. A different
J. D. Seymour and sons,Hal- Combine shredded red and green cabbage and thinly sliced onion gerald, Ga. were weekend shade on each toe might be
lie Seymour of Gainesville, with cut up boned chicken. Toss with seep Russian dressing, guests of her parents, Mr.and witty and pretty for some
Douglas Seymour of Tampa imitation bacon flavored bits and caraway Mrs. C. L. Dlnklns. weekend in the sun just
and Steve Simmons of Miamiwere t Served as a salad or a sandwich filling, Two-Way Chicken Slaw the thing to complement a
golfing at Plnehurst, N. will bring cool,calm, and collected hostess to the table. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas new beach costume, or a skirt j
slit
C. from Wednesday to Mon- TWO-WAY CHICKEN SLAW had as weekend guests at thighs thigh-high., are they Speaking running the of REDUCED

day. H cup red cabbage 1 teaspoon caraway seed their camp In the Scrub, Mrs. long lean legline vou're trying
1U.cups green cabbage cut in 2 cans ((5 ounces each/ ) Boned Emma Pinner and Mr.and Mrs. to create? Then start
long thin shreds Chicken or Turkey,cut up John Frye of Atlanta and Dr. shedding excess weight fast,
F A B CIIM TIN 'A cup thinly sliced onion Cabbage cups and Mrs. Donald Chubb of Win by drinking Slender diet food
U cup bottled creamy I Russian Shredded mild process cheese ter Park. from Carnation in place of ,
1'f dressing regular meals. Mixed with
I 2 tablespoons imitation bacon whole milk 225 calories or
flavored bits Mr. and Mrs. Lester Crews with nonfat milk a delightful :
were In New Orleans La. from 164 calories. That's really a HEW CAPRICE SEDANS
In bowl lightly toss all Ingredients except cabbage cups and Wednesday to Sunday.Mr. step in the right direction, \ 5
cheese; chill. Serve in cabbage cups; garnish with cheese. Makes with or without new shoes
about 3 cupH. and Mrs Robert Autry
For Saedwfrhes: Omit chilling chicken mixture. Spoon chicken and daughter visited relativesIn Qi Dear Dolly I've been good
mixture on long' hard rolls, slit and toasted; garnish with cheese. Wachula and also visited about doing my dully exercises
Broil until cheese melts. Makes 4 sandwiches. up to now,but the hot weather
Disney World Wednesday to
discourages me. Any suggestions

Local admittances to Brad- Mrs. Bernard Hunt of Bonl- Friday. A: Slip? into the nearest swimming ,
this week IMPALAS
ford County Hospital NEW
fay is visiting Mrs. Henrietta Mrs. J. H. Truluck Sanford pool. Jacuzzi or bathtub 8 / "
include Mrs. Dorothy Engelke,
: Hunt. spent several days last week and do your daily dozen ..
Mrs., Leona Sweat,
Melrose
; with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde B. right there! Water resistance
Waldo: and Mrs. Arlena Hard- Among the out-ol-townguests Terwlllegar Jr. actually makes exorcise more
lag, Michelle Borders Ernest at the Nancy Dowling-James effective.If .
Dowling Mrs. Clara Mae Owen Knight wedding Sunday after- you have n pool get a
Harold Wilt, and Mrs. Mary noon were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Cooperand moll float and let it support
Van Syckel Starke. Mathews and family of Gainesville grandsons! Ray and David your legs
Cooper, spent Thursday to Sunday while you use CHEVELLESNEW
Mr. and NEW
Mrs. Leighton In Auburn, Ala. with 2nd just i the 12 I Irt
Hood
Mrs. J. G. Caldwell entered and daughter of Palatte Lt. and Mrs. Robert L. Cooper breast stroketo
Alachua General Hospital Tues and Mrs. Margie' Andreu and and family. They attended cross. the
day for observation and treat sons and Jimmy Dowling of Robert's graduation from Au- pool. Greatfor
Jacksonville. and
ment. arm
burn University with a fas- chest mus R

i I. Mrs. Billy Hall of Orlando Vincent St. John,, who is serving ter's degree' The Robert Cooper cle. Now e

\MIRI.Vi'UZ. .: ; was Friday to Monday guest In the U. S. Navy, called well family AFB In have Fort moved Worth to Texas Cars-, hang float onto with the '

of Mr. and Mrs. J, II. DuPre. ard his parents St. John, Mr.,, and from Mrs.England Rich- for four will years be working where Lt.for Cooper :i Alr- and your kick aims your, yU A NEW HOV liS, ,. I. J

V last week the Use
WHO INVENTED craft way across pool. aflutter
Engineering Division
't BARBED WIRE Miss Trish Myers entered kick one time and a
her freshman year at Wesle- Headquarters SAC scissors: kick the next to use
TlioiiM.iiuU .
of union of barbed
of the A
UIMIM nil:mm ,u'loss. HUH. iontili yan College on Wednesday. Patricia Mrs. J. R. Kite spent the back every crawl area (a la Esther leg. Williams lazy.
;\' In innl.iiii rattle' mill other Edwards and Karen Cis weekend in Felham, Ga. with ) give you the chance to
livrMiH. n". .\'uu know whiiiitinliil sy will enter Florida Atlantic Mr and Mrs. Ralph Collins, rftGOLDEN elongate all your waist mu.- VEGAS
.1. K. ilulilt-ii.; li.utii'tl; winIt: was University this weekend.T. and attended the wedding of cles. Just reach for an extra i ,
three inches overhead before .
Collins
her great niece, Joy Lynn -
Mr. (;I Itldfii tI lo>'clopi-tt A. Sundem returned last TOUCH placing the active hand in the
hal'''.-" winin 1873 u" the week from a ten-day visit in on Satur 1y. OF HOaPITALITY water.In .
..insucito' 1 the j nival problem : a Jacuzzi or bathtub see
San Francisco and Los Angeles,
created. l by hlr.nmn cattle undhliiip. Dr. T, G. Ritch and son HJI how many of your regular ex.
rlpcl'Idly" hi Ih WiHtulnri Calif. Dick, and Marc and Mike Con- ercises can be done comfortably -
Ku-ul: Kiiulu-rs develuplal ley of Jacksonville were Sun- in available apace. Leg
!I.IIKIliruU IIr Friends of Mrs.John W.Griffin BY JANE ASHLEY extensions and should
: KttHk. Mr. day visitors of Mrs. Carrie sit-ups
tiliiltli-irtf; barbed. wire.* gave! of Ochlochnee, Ga. will regret Ritch. Cook With An work in any area. For a dandy
till-Ill .III IIU-XHlHi\O| wuv to to learn of the death of Oriental Flair waist stretch sit in water II NEW CHEVY PICKUP I III
ante lltiliv.lst/ ;, hnldlllKM vt Mr. Griffin on Saturday. Relatives up to the chest; grasp a
and Lamar of limit of
,. funeralon Mr. Mrs. Cloughof Most us our use towel overhead between outstretched
l.lllll.Tlui. attending the' Gainesville Sunday cucumbers to salads and to the
>> .u'o no. ft ill-oil around were eve- hands and twist
inn' bntliifNH l K\I-I,.>.OIU IM wcliiinio !- Monday afternoon were Miss ning guests of Mr. and Mrs. relish or pickle tray. your torso from side to side.
i'niiiila today n nd siini- Lillian Stump and Mr. and Mrs. J. G, Jackson. Chinese cooks are more Imaginative Exercise is. half of your good
|"lllIllir. ....1'\ h'... A satisfied lIISItmifr Brian Hamilton of Starke, Mr. They often! saute the health and figure control program
U our bot-t I"h..t.. Tell and Mrs. W, H. Thomson and Mrs.' Jimmie Griffith of Iowa cucumber frequently with -proper diet is the other
tour frlt-iiilM.. about us.JLA son Henry, of Montlcello and Park Texas was a guest of Mr. shrimp. half. To conserve calories
Fred Thomsonof Now, when cucumbers are substitute Slender diet food
Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. John :Miller at Kings-
from Carnation for one or
available in abundance try
Tallahassee. ley Lake from Sunday to Tues of NEW
Cucumber Shrimp Saute. more your regular meals. CHEVY VAN I
day. After exercising, enjoy a
Mr. and Mrs. Rex Brownof Cucumber-Shrimp Saute Slender .shake for your next
York, Pa. are guests this Mr. and Mrs. David Hodges 1 pound fresh shrimp, shelled mini-meal. With whole milk.
week of Mr. and Mrs. George and daughter Mrs. Larry Miller and detelned or 1 (Uollnel" 225 calories or mixed with
fTARIl1 1 gR1eA non-fat milk 164. It's like having .'
Browns
W. Brown. The also
\ :Mrs. Pinkie Griffls and ) package frozen
U.S. had as Sunday visitors Mr. and a beauty spa in your own
301 North thawed
Otha :Miller visited St. Augus- shrimp partially backyard.
PHONE 954.7500 Mrs. L. M. Stoner and Mrs. tine and Marlneland' Saturday. 1 tablespoon dry shrrry
,
,
John Heller of Ocala, and Miss ,
Rose Heller of Clearwater. 1 tablespoon corn starch .'t" NEW
t teaspoons salt *F.. li ywt 17 LUV TRUCKS I

. . . . 1 teaspoon sugar rrret ,bra' f

3 medium cucumbers pared )'1 I

S tablespoons corn oil n

Cut shrimp in half length.

corn wise. Mix starch shrimp 1 teaspoon with sherry salt, We've Got To Make j

and sugar. Set aside. Quarter P; 1
tl\.g\ cucumbers lengthwise and re- r
mon seeds. Cut Into! Inch
A Save
on AJivesheer support stockings diagonal pieces. Heat 2 table
0' spoons of the corn oil In 3- Room For The
quart saucepan over medium
GREAT heat. Add cucumbers and I ,

teaspoon salt. Cook, stirring
I
frequently, until i l cucumbers I
10 FEEL AlIVE are slightly transparent, 3 to S
minutes. Remove cucumbers:
"y' keep warm. Add remaining 3 1 NEW73s
SUPPORT tablespoons corn oil to oil 1I I
In saucepan, heat. Add shrimp
t mixture. Cook over medium
SAISEPTEMBER heat stirring constantly until
shrimp are almost tender. Add .
cucumbers and cook 2 to 3
minutes. Serve Immediately.Makes SCIIOOL\IATES-Thls: two-
916Alivestockings Reasonable
Absolutely No
4 servings piece outfit as perfect in a
math class as it is In a crafts
Chinese cooks are more Imaginative. class. The butcher apron of Refused )
Off.r To Be
They saute! the cucumber brown cotton suede tops a L Is Going
frequently with long-sleeved cotton shirt Ina
: ; reg.S3.95now brown and white wallpaper
shrimp. stripe. White collar and cuffs
add a fresh look to the Cinderella -

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'Or..,.;. ""',< ,." i; ..1 r.en...... .. UJ. I j' ;.Ra n'.I that'u -jtear toi..l"t all have the typical(dainty flow."ers. often used in combination with '. :,8 : ." : !" 'JUt r
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,. + r lrlst""Qrwi'saldo al(%orm orAuosa. Flowers Oncidlum stlpttatum can tensed
... .Mmant45,)Ca uVnhr. have bean known to remain open as a filler In arrangements or Hawaiian grower In reported to : EXPERIENCE,
: .on tile plants for six weeks or In small ear vials. The 1 large have 100 different pastel
.j./ The. .mce orchid-grower Is longer.. flowers of O. splendldura with shades.
.., '." always laced wltt be pressing flower spl.alcui: whenzst their yellow and brown combination .
w problem of .1ecUDc plants to, below the lowest flower a an Ideal for that core Many of too aforementioned Elect: .
grow. He to not aware GIllie, secondary spike win develop san that's different. spray-type orchids can be usedIn a nqrt
wide variety GI f material avail the old stalk. Phalaenopsls Vandas are Incoming more flower arrangements. The r
able. nor fa be familiar wire plants appear stainless and have popular among orchid growers.The :
tttoM that an easy to grow. three or four basal leathery wide range colors,which. graceful curves of sprays of 1C'ARLHiRST* l
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VIII. to has been eiposedtoaTartotr leaves. These plants are easy Incidentally Includes some phalaenopsls and oucldlum lend ti
of orchjdsr chances haven to crow and make food house fairly good blues, and browns, themselves very readily to exotic -
mod that tht only orchid ,
plants. and the long life of the flow
know of Is the purple. Cattle,. The lavender or white flow.: era has added greatly to their arrangements. A"plants '.
type. There..that however... a en of Dendroblum> phalaenop- popularity. Vedas are easy of each of these genera would VcmrBRADFORD } j -
number of genera ideal sls and Its hybrids an borneIn to grow, you'll see them In provide you with a wide ware ,.- I
for tile novice. These genera treat profusion. The many south Florida growing In bask. flowera for a long per '
are easy to grow, will flower flowered sprays can be used ets. Vandas plants may be loot tlm. : 4
even under adverse conditions very effectively In flower are either strap leaf (like amaryllis COUNTY JUDGE
produce macy tame lasting flow. rangements. A well-grown ), terete (pencil-like) or For you amateur a4 well as ... ,
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era,and aome of the flowera can havea orchid /I'I'c" k'TheOnly ,
plant In a 8-b>ch: pot can semi-terete, half way between professional growers ''1' $
be wed to make corsages or down or mon sprays andover the last two. Plants grow upright the Annual Orchid Short Course
be toed m arrangement .In till 100 flowers. Dendroblum and have many leaves. will be held October: 28 and ; ; Candidate With 5 1/2/ Years Experience Serving You
home. Phalaenopsls produces cane. }Reed type Epldendrums with 29, at the University of Florida,
Genera that the beginnershould like growth with many leaves. their small colored flow
pastel Cases.
As Your )
; Over 5,000
try are PbalaeDopsIs Municipal Judge. (
Plants of this genus produce ers borne In great numbers .' ,..
Dendroblum Oncldlum'tat Epldendram offsets which, when well rooted an becoming popular garden ......
and Vanda. us can be snapped off the parent subjects In south Florida.
look at these different genera and established In a pot. These are undoubtedly one of h '
and their. cultural requirement Many times the offset will be In the easiest groups of orchidsto Carl Hurst HAS PROVEN HIS ABILITY TO PRESIDE IN A LEGAL COURT OF LAW. AND
bud or even In flower when It grow and one of the most HAS BEEN CONSCIENTIOUS IN CARRYING OUT HIS JUDICIAL' ,RESPONSIBILITIES.
The genus Phalnnopst'orButterfly Is ready to be snapped off. prolific. The tall, thin, reed-
Orchid has numerousspecies This phenomenon the grow.er like growths are constantly put. Curl Hurst HONORABLE AND IMPART
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and hybrids with excellent by automatically Increasing ting out aerial roots and It HAS CONDUCTED HIMSELF
sprays of long lasting flow his stock of plants.ODeldlums Is relatively simple to take tip r '': IAL MANNER WITH EQUAL JUSTICE AND FAIRNESS TO ALL. a
ers. The major flower colorsare commonly referred cutting with a few aerial roots
white, pink aasi yellow, white to as the 'dancing girls', brown flowers. These hardy .Fir.i.rrly, iiiuk Curl:. Hurst. IS THE ONLY CANDIDATE WHO HAS GIVEN JUDICIAL ADVICE AND COUNSEL
with red lips novelty types.Individual are excellent subjects and an plants (some an native to south yonr.rlr. /' ii Ij il hl.uud l luiiriltThere's ., TO OUR YOUNG PEOPLE FOR 5 1/2 YEARS. :.:.
flower spikes will known for their sprays of dainty Florida) flower even under adverse .'
have from a few to 25 or more ,. .
yellow and brown or white and growing conditions but. <' '."' .'I

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:..:. t (Feder), Mortal ConsTuencesCSymons .\nJ one of Councilmen who served on all Department Committees.Knows ,
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...' t t ADULT REFERENCEBarren's }ijj. I have enjoyed campaigning'! and would !like!; to thank many ,'otersould rather candidates noV'hang around" :
: Guide To The Tw>- |:|: so many for your kind! remarks and consideration. the polls on Election: Day. I will abide by your wishes. isr l
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Colleges; CampgroundAnd
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I : S PERINTENDENT : Education.JUVENILE FICTION 11II' Jimmy Bou-en Pays To The City Of Starke Each Year {
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I Ii Goose Panther Brooke( (Waldeck)}; The The Sly Golden Old .111.;.. Between $5,000 And $8,000 In Utilities And I

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bout fanpoaslMa to IMebaim president U that. Ufatraataet ; o ,f having his. campaign placards .. rontaintbltau Hotel didn't them being are misquoted.remembered Yet a l In lot history of
wltbevt. beads belag a doctor wbo wW I. printed on large cooUceso think''' the Republican shout for that
clasped across tt. make bouta calls., be holding a JJOO-a-ptofe gala. things everybody
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.arrests among teenage suburbanites. t to the -.lect1oll Instead ef litterLug the tame they
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serious rose by 7
last arrests of suburbanyouths
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smallest Increase! aineeti,1963when Elect The Man With
; Grocery tent crime committed by one It was 6 per cent: The were up 14.5 per cent; robbery
i suburbanite against another. statistic originated with local arrests, %2.2 p fr! cent; larceny,
r E. BrownUe St. Stark., Flo. Particularly striking 'was the police agencies and were com- 10.5 per cent; aggravated assault 20 YEARS
Increase! In murder robbery, piled Into the FBI's annual Unl- 18.t per cent, and violent
.OI'Ernsays r larceny and aggravated assault! crime generally 17.9 per cent.
form Crime Reports study.
of prostitution and
"Goodness The FBI reported a 2 per Incidents JUDICIAL EXPERIENCEElect
gracious drunk driving
cent hike 'In big city crjme, organized vice ".
with 11 cent In and embezzlement .Iso\\were up
its pea-pickiri good! tr compared the suburbs. per among suburban )youth;
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MARTHA % And 'while M big cities: decrease In number of suburban JUDGE T. A.YAWN.
showed an actual reduction in teenagers accused of rape.
I WHITE t total the sheer volume
crime compared with an ,,11 per cent '
((3.0 million In 1971)) of reported Increase nationwide, .
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FOURBiChiefRice some. larceny and robbery were up
1I 1 The slowing of) the Increase! in 13.) per cent among. adult sub- There Js No Substitute For
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I 'wholly attributed to a dip In the Judicial! Experience Integrity
growth of property crimes:

. . . 6i/2ib. 99$ burglary, larceny over 130: and I IIlVESTO.C'1
cut t theft., :PAntl: e Nll Judge Yawn Believes Our Society Hat Been Too Permissive.

Martha Whit Flour' -s.u-Riin9 . .49C ( i .

Auto Ihcfl In the suburbs' ai.luatly > H. B.li.v.s It's Time Our Stat. And Nation R.tunlT., Low And Order. ,Judges :
I Macaroni t Cheese 5 :SHIRS
I .While\ In the cities it went up bya Elctd By Th. Popl Should B* Committed T> Intelligent Enforcement Of Th. j

Chuck Steak ft Roast .. .. . . ib| 79$ mere 1.2 per cent over 1970. # Law With Compassion'And Absolute Impartiality, And Without Regard For On*'* i iRact
Bicycle thefts were up 17,,per WE NEED MEN Color Religious Or Political Beliefs, Or Station 'In Life.

Rib stew . . . . . 59C .cent Violent nationwide., IN THIS AREA..
i lb. THE LONG LOOKCottonin crimp Including murder < Train to buy cattle, Judge Yawn Has Practiced These Beliefs For 20 Years .'
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Brisket Stew . . . . . Ib.49C feminine a menswear in a long pattern dress./goes In physi(.:tl :a.ssiiulli!! l II>y tine per.inn sheep and hogs. As County Judge Of Bradford County. I I
blue and white /glen plaid, ion :uicii lirr, was: up It PIT( wit.\ \ .M<' will, limn qunlilwt, men with, joins

Round Steak : . .. . it's red-dotted a simulated shirt Jumper and with l''irty.ine( f per will\ (if homicide kvMlocli iiniiinn for hjcjlnlerwe
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, :J.To Vote for:"a I pernon. wliono nunw \I.* printed on the ballot AMENDMENT!' I IAmendment ,'."
!, I mark a ('to. ." (\1) In the tdpinrp at the Right of th- f ,
rlame.nf thc-lwr iMi for \\'111111nll, do .lrp
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.: For Group I Section 1i That the charter laws of the city of Starke, f r2,1
'For Two Yearn Vote For One Florida be amended at effect Article II and Article
III of the told charter laws in the follawlna
manner "The term of office for the elected officio of Nearly all,i 1972 Amerlcan-mada really.is! t the new car
,ERNEST W. ALLEN ,the City Clerk, Chief of Felice and five city council cars have been designed to oper What's more,Culftane gasoline. Lead. Wrong. It costs less than our
-.l. men for the City of Sterke, thell) be for a period ef four f ate on. 91 octane Low-Lead regular.
gasoline. And has the
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or I is duly qualified." This most quality additive So try a tankful of Gulftane', The
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>RIE WIGGINS will tok.ff.ctlOct 1973In recommend package you'd expect from a mamoney you save can towards
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I I a low lead or no lead gasoline. jor brand such as Gulf. next month's car
V COUNCILMAN: 'Qulflane Low-Lead meets both All this may sound like you'd payment.

V For Group: :3 favor of four year firms t those requirements. So Qulftane/ have to pay more for Gulftane Low-

i Fo* Two Year Vote For One -- .. Because the condition ol an engine. IS'welt GULF OIL COMPANY-U. S.
'I as atmospheric actors( affect' th.
\- Oppo e4 to four v.a, termt ..r .. way an engine, performs there is no way to guarantee that any ample"' car wH,
I' give knock-free performance on a particular
gasoline. To find out "if your car

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1 C(11NCILMAN! Am.ndment to the City .f f Starke, Charter Laws .REGISTER Oil CO. -

For Group I 5) Section I 1- Article II Form of Coverment be amended ett
. For Two \"arM Vote For One t 308 S. Thompson St.,. Phono 964.5888 '
I Section 71: Coverment vetted in . The government "
I and administration ef said city thall k>. vetted In e ,S.IL- wif SGrvt I at GULFTANE LOW-LEAD ,
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.': .' --,,' -- '- (five m.mb."I.; e city clerk, salty tax ettetter; city. 1011 N.,. Temple' ph. 964.5899 THAN OUR REGULAR

x' .. ,:CHARLES' SCHAEFER ..J l 1--1: tax collector; 'e city treasurer; chief ef police; 0 night t Starke, .Fla.
.' I police, end such police at the city council) may employ" .
I- "mss end appoint; e board of bend ''r..t.. .. centering ef( thr.
-,9v'- I members, who shell b., appointed by the city council Houston's" Gulf ServIce. .
.. for e term of three y..". All ef 1 sold officers except Mushily Gulf Service' : ;

.' .: : ,' . ." I. ,, .. '; bend trustees, night policemen' end ether pilic..Hic- 666 N. Tempi" Ph. 964-7153 U.s. 301
ers eppe>'inted by the council shell elected for e I Sterke, Flo \ Phone 782.3111
period ef two ,.0,.. The city cluk'.f'! f the City ef Sterke, Lowte"', Fla.
::!(; rr' .. .. Florida, thell elte-k. *'the"'itt f Ira i'collector, the city Bush Gulf Service Carl
., .. Jo< ,,", "raz:: :?:( '. treasure and the, ,cily. tec ....... for said c Iy. Res Gulf
;\' ;;:!t,1))" ..' tr'1, "Thiw.ihell be elected. itwe'c' : eJ 1M ml"n..t '..... --.the; .. Temple Are.::&Center! S&_ ,, Starke Fla. U. S.
; .. '. rta+1'' ::.,.. ; ..;; ;. :;i :... tv.tc.mmltataaah.ll! .i.ct.ni te be Mayor'eoch ,..r"-. t ,' """riiifi '. 301 Phone 468-1998'
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l 1: .3 c A Man Who Will Be "The Sheriff Of All The People On A Fulltime Basis"

!. .. : A Man Who Will Provide Strong Leadership.
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V \' ;'''H:. A Man Who Believes In Honest And Impartial Law Enforcement I
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I. ...::. ;. Protect The Law Abiding Citizens And Their Families And To Deal
Firmly) And Courteously) With Those Who Break The Laws.

.. T$: There Is A Great Need In The County For A Man That Will Meet The Needs
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p'" 1 x 4- ; Of The People As To Service, Advice, And A Willingness To Give Service To
..' The Public, When An Officer Is Needed. Jennings Starling Will Meet This

; ,.u Need. He Will Be Available And Fulltime, Thus Leaving The Deputies Avail-
', able To Answer Your Calls For Assistance Promptly.
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: ; -Ie: Support A Man "Whose Hands Are Not Tied" And Who Is Capable Of

Performing The Duties Of This Office, As Sheriff Of Bradford County, *

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:), n "EXPERIENCE MY PROFESSIONAL ARE:: QUALIFICATIONS 1 JENNINGS I 5 TAR L I N .I

l I Am A Graduate Of Alachua High School ,
Gradual Florida Highway Patrol Training AeadomyI ,
+ ; I Sor"od Two And OncHalf{ Years A. A Florida ON/ SEPTEMBER! 12th \
Stat Troops, Was A Bondod Deputy ShorUf Of
Alachua County, A Former, And Presently, In .,
Buiinett A. A Heovy Equipment Contractor.
And I Believe I Have I Am A Willing Qualified, Experienced To Learn And And Work.Cop- AND MAKE ELECTION DAY .'":.. ...... I
able To Run The Important" Office Of Sheriff.
My R.cadlsOponTaYauTh. V.toFoln.( "VICTORY DAY"Spoctlon .
At All Timet. ar.'."";:,'..."
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; r:1 Hires a Safety Otfr:> : 1 'ART.M .


: NEIL TUCKER I MOLlnU'' 1I 1

I iiit SHARKS!: The Bradford School project win be Mnptet.l a contract to Armstrong Fencing ;
County School Board approved eel In stout five week. of Jacksonville was award
i'eel at a price of H.W2 as tile I It I MDISTRICT
the employment of Felix Sapp On personnel, the board confirmed School Board
OIIR' al a safety officer Tuesday a the following appointmeats lowest of seven bids received.A Bradford.
: ,, v.I alary of$50 a week. : contract was also awarded t.t t.
: Grover Howard, Robert Rey, Ho. 3
Sapp, who retired last week to Baldwin Onevrokt for a tray t ...
Shin "
Holds Tberest Scbolosser
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City Councilman tor mower at a price of 1,660.
'm'I ; as a Starke city policeman, will IM Ibrner and Sara Spencer, :,
be responsible for the safety of all to Bradford High; WlfflamVogeney Only one bid! was received on.llghUDg t
?'+ CROUP 3 children at highway crossing Middle school; Keith and exiling the for t INTEREST AND SERVICE!! TO BRADFORD
ft: II t areas, and for safety In schools Steele. Lawtey Elementary; 'Southside and tub momenta COUNTY SCHOOLS AND ALL YOUTH ATTENDING ,
and buses. I schools. Aoousti Engineering
ry
Starke Elemen
Ruth H. Payne ,
THEM.
I ,....'... t The step was takea at the re' tary. submitted *' Mi price of t. ,
.: f cent request of Starke Poke Resignations were accepted (21,412.; UM, board discussed PROVEN INTEREST IN THE SCHOOL- RELATED
: Chief Ken Fuqua ._0 said it from Irene Jelson of Bradford the matter and decided to call. PROBLEMS Of ALL CITIZENS ,
I I N ot Led BySpecibl. Interestfflciency :" would relieve Us department of High and Billy Jo Beal of for new bidding on the projectCasey t .
that four new BOARD.Pd.
SCHOOL
reported ON
I ': that duty and free one of the Southside Elementary. YEARS EXPERIENCE SERVING
for other work., -buses will be 'delivered hereabout
f policemen .
.' '\ and at his ( Pol. Ad") I
Bids fencing Oct. 1
I 'E ; ;.. -' t The board was given a progress were opened on suggestion L'
In City Government 'I". {. \ report on the new additions for an area at Bradford Hlgb, the board decided to call ws .as.tar aisli
I t > '. the' school and ,,including the tennis courts and for bids on five surplus buses.
to high
,,I ,'."..j"t:!,,..:;.:''I' .!... '.. t the Middle School and partial' . .
I I "; ,4". : payments due 'the contractorwere 'It It It.. It Alt. AA A It It It It It itA AAA A A.AIt1t.A itAMR'
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:: nterest Of The People At Heart :.: :. ; authorized. In the case of _
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:.... ..; 'ir" : 1. t the high school job, some funds. aIsn't
:":. 7 ;,,"" .' and MRS. VOTER':
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eadershlp For The Community. ';$>i.& conditioning system Is not functioning -
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"' This The CandidateYou
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'. I t tI Lumber Your Next.Sheriff "'


I : U...,".. With His Time For Th. People :' t tt Price Rise Of Bradford County? ,. '

Due Probe
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fc e ...f.II, Studies, All Th. 'Issuesnowledgeable WASHINGTON (AP) Com ? '
'True
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I plaints about rising lumber t. .
prices have caused tho Internal
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t of' The Cities Financial Affairs tifir'l ': ; j Investigation Into pricing prac DOLPH REDDISH
,ti; tices in the lumber industry.

I E ..' ; C.Price Jackson,Commission Grayson Chairman Jr. said DOLPH REDDISH, has dedicated his life :as :a law enforcement officer to scning you.

t xperienced In City Gov.rnm.nt'I ; 6 Tuesday the probe described: .
as intensive, will\\ include random
I audits of companies to de- '
R termine compliancelih price 'k DOLPH REDDIH more )years: experience in law enforcement than all the.other candidates
aides In The City. My Opponent Lives Outside The City.t regulations.The combined., ..', .
I t t Cost of Living Council re-
Imposed price controls on, small F

i I t I Neil Tucker Will Continue To Serve Faithfully! 0 lumber after their companies prices rose! recently faster DOLPH REDDISH has demonstrated his ability as a leader;; he can be counted on trim"

than those in the controlled "the going gets lough" ,
-\ Honestly, And To The Best Of His i Ability'! area. Lumber: prices have con .. ,
tinued to ilH1. according. to the
I government. DOLPH REDDISH applies the law equally a 1d-f irIYlf:{ ardless of race, or economic .status.
l Your Vote Anti Support Will Be'C I

7A t really Appreciated CPeI. Pol. Adv.) Gr.nMin said another hearing .
i IM Itodnlt'd! ( In AtUnt.i on' Oct
t 11! DOLPH REDDISH graduated..from the FBI National.. Academy, Washington, I n.) C. highestlaw

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.1'1:" Re-Elect > > i";' \ S 'l T ii AAAAAAAAAAAA *':*'AAAAj"" A 71C'*> AAA ,'f"

ilr- 1 THOMAS L. Accomplishments, r r

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1CASEYinseitviee Teac/ie/u/ I i. .
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The Vote You Cast For Your Candidate For Sheriff On September 12th

,.( Of Schools FAee KindeAganten available bon aLL 5 yeah Could Be.The Most Important Vote You'll .Ever; Cast I Sincerely Ask Yo

.4 I iii o.t.l.fan/ !! counties do not have I kindeigantenptiog .To'Stop And ThinkWhich One Of The Five Candidates Is Best PreparedTo
>Lam&; others change/ a fee : Serve Bradford
County As Its Chief Enforcement Officer For The Next
: I Promise Continued: APgressfxc"'! ; Four Years? "
the 6 ,
k Lradrrxliip For Quality Education need lnduttgantenvtktougk' 1 12th gn de .: tI ..
For All niitliM", And Adult. .
.. Vocational Training The &&isut VocationatTechnicat I BELIEVE YOU HAVE CONSIDERED E.\CII'CANDID.\TE CAREFULLY: ; THIS IS YOUR
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.. Qualifications'Jachclor's School in the United State to be : OBLIGATION. AS A CONCERNED. ,VOTER.

futlij, accredited. 612 Atudenti wene enrolled. /1I
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in 24 cotAiei in ttie 1971-72 school ljea't.
I SUBMIT: TO YOU THVT I AM I THE MAN BEST QU.\LIFIED TO SERVE YOU I IN TillS. MOST

degree! &iom Cite Univ.! o5$ fla.MaiteVs Adult Education expanded program I IMPORTANT: OFFICE .' f ,: '" : .
degree &from the 'hits o&& fta. in .

Administration and Supervision CcimunittCollege Two 6u.U years available .
in Bradford County! at the Bradford Middle :
Member Florida. Association o$ Vistrict School or in Alaciiua/ County VOTE for DOLPH REDDISH And Be Assured Of Getting Back. The
School SapeAinte.ndc.ntAService
Most In Service For.Your Tax Dollars.
All Schools Accredited ,

in Education Beginning f949 : Vote For: .
Modern,Facilities counttj-itide.! //lfon provided
through sale o& racing revenue. certificates .
Teacher 1n. / SchoolTeacher
Laiatetj Higti .
and state iunds. The rate oj increase in
Bradford High ScliootAjA e KNOWLEDGE OF PROVEN ABILITY
building costs is twice as great as interest JOB. f
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ACojtC rfUncipat, 'U1d6o.'tIl High SctiootPn.inc.ipat :
paid. Not ONE penny 06 local property taxes .
Souttnide. Sclioot
t'cjne.nta.iij! is pledged. 4
Principal Bnad
05 School? 60.\ 8 ,IJMcvilicd .. ENFORCEMENT.N "
No Increase/ in Local Tax MittageCooperation : LAW ,

icct/i/ all other governmental 0

Fersonal: agencies, especially! the recreation dep4Jl.t"mcz.n.t Thank You ..
Sr. Citizens and Scouts J
and the father o$ tii'o: school age ._ r .:.' ,' *

ct.Ud'tcl1! ElininA6ion 05$ student fees"'- ea.c.J1.tude FOR YOUR I KIND I REMARKS A AORDS; OF ENCOURAGEMENT: DURING*: ::/ .'

has e.f tSUl access to' all supplies and equipment THE CAMPAIGN. TOGETHER WE CAN MAKE BRADFORD COUNTY A" '
and ttdtn in the
Activecmbm}\
SETTER PLACE' IN WHICH. TO LIVE. ". :
Fitt; rncsbtehian CflUltc.ft.. Business Procedures All school and oU.ict "" ..;, ,
supplies and equipment art purdvised: by bidsf r
tCftSfceJ V.iJf.e.c..tou Stath Scanty ..
.-ltad5o'td .
:thus saving the taxpayers thousands o 6 dollars 1 ;
Comvecnee '
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annua.UJ'! Elect

Veteran of (UU. II wtt/t/ the 9t/t/ Air force '
School Lunch Tfcwugft; elective f bidding procedures -
ue have been able to reduce the cost {
Mem btu AmeJOcnn Legion .., 06 lu.nchu 601t tttmentvuj students and not yDOLPHREDDISH: i qAp .q "

r I Lncneaae.the: cost &or secondary students

REJ SH RE Sx.0IiIA
,"'Your Support A nd ,,Vote On September 12 Witt Appreciated SHERIFF :



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It. Hospital Opens
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it, At Lake Butler ReelectZ. .

Army National Guard Lieutenant nT. pr n'

I- J 41 skimpy medical several staff at years1 the.. den Jr.Colonel, whoa Theron parent D.live Whld-atJacksonville W. (Zedra)
The new I1.2S million hospital Raiford hospital
recently completed "
i the ;of when national columnist COUNTY
on ground take Butler ago the flit phase of thecommand
Reception Center'has admitted Jack Anderson spurred an Investigation
a Its first with charges that aul: .i..ralstatr officer -
patient.
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K Charles James. Jackson, alOyeaMld 111 inmates were badly neg4'lected ( course at the U:S. Army '
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to unqualified and Command and General Staff
Tampan serving a due 4f1HAMIIi'ON
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prison term for robbery, be- overworked personnel.The College, Ft. Leavenworth, Kan. f.
f': came the first patient in the new hospital, to serve; The Is organized Into Nor Iltp ;
course
inmate-built when he the 10,000-plus prison population
i I' hospital 10 and given over a :; r = STAIKIw w.i
1 checked. Into the _facility for has been 3tt years la flve-'lIu'period phases, either by correspondence r
It.4' surgery. building. It has ISO Beds, but or through the U.S.Afmy .' .i COUNTY COMMISSIONER DIST. 5 'r
Al Cook, superintendent of only 66 will be used until additional :
School SysUm.
f '" the reception-medical center, personnel can be, Reserve
eat said the facility, will not use Cook said. ..-.JII'IIlrOO The final ,two-week praai Is Tlaftttti
J! inmates as workers In patient It has two operating rooms conducted at Ft. Leavenworth.The i. i HE INVITES ANYONE TO REVIEW HIS RECORD AND THE RECORD OF Ntltgba mE.J

: care areas, a controversial an intensive care unit to act ..:: THE BRADFORD COUNTY COMMISSION FOR THE PAST EIGHT YEARS.
.'f, ''t t practice at the.old main prison commodate six patients. a training/ Is designed! to I II
hospital at Ralrord.f pharmacy, 18 one-patlepU prepare selected otTlceri for : ,
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rooms, 18 two-bed wards and responsible positions at Division I I.
When Jackson was admitted 13 multiple bed wards. and Support Command lev :..)1 r4:; '
'-. > t' for surgery: the hospital had "Everything we've done ha* els. It also provides them with :l ''e A Member Of The Health And Welfare Committee Have Served As A Member Of The Development I Would Also Solicit The t:rJ;
,. ea duty two physicians two been geared toward meetln understanding of the duties Of Bradford County For The Put Seven Years. Since It Was Vote At Will
Field A Gen- : Authority First Organized, In The Younger They :::'rr::
psychiatrist, nine registered the standards of the Amerin of Corps \u4l rmy :
!l j nurses, five licensed practical can Hospital Association eral Staff Officers, a.vlorArmy :::I >> 'I! Interest Of The Entire County. Be The Men And Women Of ::;:
t::: It Hat Been A Pleasure To Know That I Have.Helped Tomorrow
purses. a physical therapist Cook said. With one-year experience participation In Joint and combined r.:::g
",',: ') medical technologist, nursing<< required, accredita open Uona. r.;f:: Th. Older People And The People That Have Served As A Member Of The County Zoning :err:;:::

.n' director hospital I social serve lion by 1973, he said, woul) }.:... ,(Heeded Help..". Board Since It Was First Created. .::.:.:.::r;
Ice worker, nurseanesthetistand make the Florida hospital end Lt. Cot''': WhIdden Is a gradual /
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I 20 medical technicians. of only five In the nation's:.'' .) of Robert E. Lea High \ vote 1 iJ
prison system that is ap4 School.! 'He Is. employed a.' a J'} *" Now
Serving My Fourth Term As A Trustee Of d
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: Color, Jacksonville. ;;9 Clay Electric Cooperative. ,r :;;:
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his wife, Shlrlel live at Keystone }:;::>::::9 f : in the Po!It. :::
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''., COMMENTS ON THE OUTDOORS

,:'\: "I" r by 'ITfS THE MAN BEHIND THE BADGE!

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'' Dr., 0.E. Frye, J 1r.p .
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(FPHr..The word 'cam campsite in the same natural THAT

ping' once brought to mind condition he found it. ,. I"".,' ..: COUNTS"
%'',' long involved preparations for Todays amateur out- ',' ": J
-,:' a weekend in the wilds, with doorsman often forgets that he '" \" f: ..'\1.Jt; ,,. '.
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tents, campfires, smoke- may not be the last person to .' '. '
'}" blackened coffee pots and the "Discover" a particularly ,It- ''. !!!'1i L'I. .
general air of for an beautiful area. Perhaps he .' .
preparing 'raj } 'M' jl1 "
':::- African Safari doesn't think about what could V; 1 : ,. ', ',Ii'P j'j'J, I ,.ti .y
,j.,l i Truck campers, travel happen if each person visitingthe ". ,. 1 Il. "
trailers and other site neglected to pick up \ l. ""Ii, .1
"recreational vehicles" have that bread I,,,'
wrapper or empty .
''iv;; changed this task to one of bean can.Perhaps. '? -. Crime Rates I' t;;
starting the engine of a motor his imagination! n.,, : .
.h home,or hitching the trailer to doesn't project him far enoughinto .. ifl \ .(, ,
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\ the family car,and driving off the future to envision a ,1\\ 'V ''H" .
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". \ Into the sunrise. camper-high mound of trash, ,. If..,fJ.h' II.:JAL.. I
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It has also added a great generated by half a dozen '
\ number of people to the thoughtless or unknowing
V 4 Florida outdoor scene, with visitors which immediately .
public and private camp- defeats and destroys one of the
grounds drawing more and prime reasons he selected that r t '
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wIMPR' 6. -
% more visitors to the Sunshine one spot to spend a weekendin tit, -wlp.paw' ",,. .es.Mar +a" .vF' ...=
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State. the first n
place
in ''f.t.... "r-- -
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'y kcel\k'Udt'ell\ijtv' ,
\ idlal(!i i
-If( The fisherman can park his A : { \
, .Lr'camper next to a crystal clear part, of a vacation to '. I
I lake and be on the water at remember for years to come, f l ''rI ",
fy: first. light. with memories of sparkling r
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Hunting parties can camp, water fine fishing, and exciting 24-H eur
>...k with little or no problems, nature walks, or it can fight I Drug
'A, within a five minute walk be a weekend to try and Prelection
''I"<' from the hunt site. forget, with other vivid mind r
"(y Nature lovers can simply pictures of trash littered Abuse
.,. gaze through the window of a beach canals with more' ..-- k I
"- travel trailer (with a discarded cans than fisher
,1". 1 11 1 generator-operated air charred woodland" due to Leadership
BusinessExperience
; conditioner purring away in careless.handling of a camp- )
'.. disgusting comfort) parked ,.Jir e.- ) Ability
,-,,' near a secluded palmetto The Floridian who enjoysthe
t head, and watch! the ever- outdoors as well as the r Sy
,ti changing,animal life. out-of-state visitor, deserves
While proving a boon to better than the latter. .
,
yr.. "camping-oriented families Consideration for the next ',,. ". \i is' ,
." ''Ij'" r 1 this surge of activity in the 'camper (or your own next : : nli L ,
S.- ... : Florida outdoors adds yet outing), by picking up your I
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; another burden to our debris, and leading the area
struggling environment. just a trifle better than it was
.. The problems generated by on your arrival can help ,
this influx of people includes greatly in keeping Florida' a ,yi
.? : pollution fire hazards, safety place to hunt fish and enjoy 'ti' ', (
and the ever-familiar lit the outdoor scene.
: tering.. It's a much better future for ",, ., ,'
; 'The old-line. "Good" all. than the alternative 5 1 ,i '
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which could well include s' .
camper habitually dug a hole ; ;
for his garbage buried or losing the beauty' and enjoyment ., *: .
burned his refuse and of just being alive in 3 '
: basically left a wilderness Florida. 1 \ '
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'I !I 1 son bus a bright future in pro. will locale the' worst driven '. ..
.'y regional sports. Not that he'I in (the district' and slap Ida< \ ...,,"' Strict Law '
:; I much of an athlete but hrs ,".'
)J: i ',rea' at negotiating his allowt opponents' stickers on their ;, !'EnfortenentWith

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Elect I, .
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SCHOOL.

BOAR MEMBIX "I Think It's Time For A Change-Don't You? ::

Ben Moxley .

'.:' Will Take A Stand And Speak Up For What H. aF

Thinks Is. Right, And Against What He Thinks

.'. Is Wrong.. F VOTE

I Ben Moxley .

Will Be Accountable To You Parents And T..- TE X

M A J R
payers Of Your School System.Ben MAXI ,

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Moxley ,. *. e. *1 T ** /( 1 '

Does Nof! Believe. That Quality Education Means r
SpendingMore And More Money.

"c Ben MosIeXt. !... '. \ SHERIFF OF BRADFORD COUNTY

Is Concerned For His Child And Your ,Children's

Education. VliPd. ;::r>.- ,\;!;<' :' \ ', I tPd. Pal.:,Ado.),

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Green Endorsed Crime Rate Due Study Keep Politics Out Of
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Conner Appoints Body' By G'viUe Stm

For Recent report tint the area rate was the second, Your School
JndgshipHA. ; Gainesville area crime rite I Sa highest, with 4,. crimes |.*. !

high are. "lurid 10' under ported for each 100,000 pea I

(CBuziy) Green, JrM candidate stand," City Commissioner pie .KEEP'THOMAS
for Circuit Judge. 8th Nell Butler told Ms colleague: \
To Slump Judicial Circuit Group 5, .has ,
Study Egg received the editorial endorsement Monday night. f...... v... For end

of the Galneavlllo Sun In And as a result of Butler't Yeur CASEY
Elect Friend and. L.
Its Issue of Tuesday. Sept. 5. end City Manager B. Harold'
Green Is now serving as public -
c.-.I: Doyto Conner so that I his department can l lend Earnest Eats, general defender In the Circuit: and Farmer's concern, lie city Neighbor
of the Florida Department of .much: help M possible to one manager of the Florida Retail la the son of Mr. and Mrs Lex commission: public safety .
Aglrnltnrt.and Consumer of f1 rIdI.'. great. Industries. Owned Grocers. Dr. Kenneth Green of Starke. committee will shortly be R, II. (RUSSELL) SUPERINTENDENT '

Services baa appointed a ntoeoan TIM appointment of the task TefarUuer of the University of In its endorsement the Sun studying the FBI reports. .
task: force to atop a 28noata forte Is a culmination J In eichMiges > Florida Is the economist on the gave Green the edge In Judicial eiEEH Jr.
Out of 28 cities,with populations OF SCHOOLS
m tile .In of Ideas during recentwffka board and John Stiles directorof experience over his opponent
stump egg James L.Tornllnson. Of 100,000 to 130,000 Included
among commissioners the Marketing Divlson la in the race
to brine relief to TO COUNTY 'COMMISSION'DISTRICT
egg
eigsnd the .brink of of sericulture In the Conner's representative.Input also of Gainesville. In the Federal Bureau
: on >
producers
Following are excerpts from of Investigation uniform
Southeastern United States. 5
bankruptcy. about their respective: editorial endorsement (Pd. Pol. Adv.)
He said "For the ant time 'nner'i Idea .. being studied problems, needs and possible the"Green had. been a member crime report the Gainesville

producers produce packers, b other commissioners for solutions from these men will the Florida Bar only three .-.. .-... .-.. -- .-. --- .-. --.. .-.. .... -- .-. -- --- -- ..-.. --- .-.. -- ........
chain store executives, an pitdble adoption In their ef- be molded around threecharges months when he a was appointed --- --- --- --- --- --- .......-. --- :--
agricultural economist and a f-ta to make a regional) effort suggested by: Commissioner In 1963 aa one of Florida's a

siarfcetmg expert have Joined help tile egg Industry. Conner. He baa original 17 public defendera Vote For And Elect
to discuss their respcetiv (1J'b.t..k! force Include. asked the task force to probably the youngest In the nation. -
roUems and seek solution to Ichard Biddle of CaVMalne In strengthen the foundation of He .lies held the Job continuously l
benefit an." the egg Industry: ; to come up since by toeing election -
Conner said discussing: the Apopka; John Wallace with an aggressive marketing In 1964 and 1968. When the
Bturgrltty: of tile ..Industry Wallace Hatcheries:. and program at the state, regionaland Job was made full time In.1969, _
by Its enterprisers will lead to Henry Land, a large egg national levels, and to Green abandoned the private
recommendations: for a new producer. The produce- create a cooperative: atmosphere practice of law. JIMMIE CLARK
direction In marketing activities. packers are being represented In all phases of the "Green .has a record aa an
by Cope Newbern of Fancy Innovator. He Installed Florida's -
the
Also.Is affording egg marketing channel to
'Fresh first law student Intern
and Farms. Inc. and Homer
concrete
realistic Industry: look a at Itself to come .Hunnicut: Jr., Finest Foods, assure fair returns for all. The system for public: defenders. h a s _
with new Ideas. In addition.Comer ;.rnc:. Chain representatives are group Is devising nnort and log also Instituted the natton'a second

up said tt will give him the Joe Adams, executive vice range programs to 'fulfill pre-trial experimental release recognizance program -- '" YOUR I
necessary input of Information resident of Wim-DUte; and Conner's charges .

"In answer to questions put

I The Sensuous Termites : What Are They Up To ? by men's gap the Voters widens Florida, philosophical League between of Wo-Jim SHERIFF .


"Night and Day, you aro the,one ." (From an old popular retrain) Tornllnson Tomllnson and Buzzy Green. ,
Mr. Is satisfied with Li
T. rmites constitute one of the system as It Is; Mr. Green : :
nutn'il, most .serious inmctpent sees need for penal. improvements OF BRADFORD COUNTY ,
| )roblerna and one reason toward rehabllitition. JIMMIE CLARK ,
IB the ir,, tremendous reproductive VCrrl' "We deduce from the record
\ -ate.. Or you" might say, / and from grasp of Judicial reality A Native Of Bradford County i* Born And'Raised
their "love live that RJV. Green. Jr. will Brooker;
A I tingle queen termite can ,
best the
Eighth Districtas
eggs-and|LDer f often hour d es, or-produce 3,152,000 360 a cll't'UltJdge.serve Married To The Former Linda McRae, Daughter'Of( Russell.& Elva McRae ,

year."Triis, mean." says Dr. del( \, done In the tribute Croup to 6 the race cpallflca-, the Sun Member Of Masonic Lodge No. 189 A Family Man With Four Sons
David Watson chief entomol- 1 1S 1V 1f 1t tI of both A.Z. Andy) Ad-:
Chemical I klns. Jr.. of Gainesville, and

Corporation constantly% ,surrounded Chicago "the by is but Theron A.its Yawn endorsement, Jr. of Starke, Qualifications:: .
gave to
produc'kirns'tive termites, or who male keep re- Herbert T. Schwartz Gainesville -;, *Graduate Of Florida Highway Patrol Training Academy '>,
her fertilized and productive attorney, and former deputy -
24 hou,rs a day 365' days a t In the office of State At- ,Graduate Of Two Hundred Hour Law Law Enforcement Training
!I" torney General.
yea The queen emits a fragrant Former Radio Operator And Jailor Of Bradford County
liquid from her pores, the
smell of which affects male Former Starke Policeman Former State Trooper
termites like expensive, sexy d New Corporations
perfum It turns their
thoughts i mmediutely to love. i Chartered Here I 24 Hour A Day Protection Which Mean A Deputy On Duty Around Th. Clock To

grows; Once to fertilized comparatively, a queen enormous hl e 54 drdl.4 S J 1IVIMI. E Protect Your Life And Property., .

size. She weighs up to A qurrii termite i in blewed. with. a uteuily mipply' of Millorx! All Calls WILL Be Answered Promptly And Professionally.
100 times a. much us a workeror nil of them nut.rr*_tul. She run produce an ninny UK 360 eiccwmi ,, The office of Secretary of Will Have A Special Deputy In Each Township Within The County.
soldier termite, and can hour, 21. hour u day, 365 day a year to arliirvr the. slaggerbg State has announced the char- CLARK
grow up to four inches long. loliil. of 3.I52.OOO.".* annually. tering of the following new corporations To Organise.A Jr. Deputy Program To Teach Our Youth A Better Understanding Of Law!
Offspring Do Danube In Bradford County: Enforcement Basle Fundamentals, And Combat The Drug Problems That Face Our

It's her offspring that are parts of your home: or. BUSl from satisfied customers you Crown Central Lumber Inc. PROMISES, County And Other Problems.
the big problem "Worker l ended in the air between the can contact. U.S. Highway 301, South Starke.
That As Will
YOUR Sheriff Office Be To Th.
My Open YOU People Day Or
termites do the most damage, ground and floor joists in the His place of business shows Authorized stock: 8.000..re.. Night.
to your ceiling hers.' floor cane of n crawl space certificates of study. pro- common @ $U Dealing In any
joists hooks and property A third sign is a huge pile; nt Purdue Amherst ._ _ LHEJIMMIECLARK FAMILY
triims or lawful business; .
with cellulosic content. of tiny; wings.. When swnrm- other '; orporators: .,. ,, ,4t..13.J.JJ,. '- s .tI : y -'d. '
They attack seven out of 10 ing termites come to rest they NPCA study seminar Marvin Prltehett, Cleatus ,. ,
homes in the south: five of drop their ,wings, before going. courses, and Gold Crest ..ymI Ward, and Stephenson 10 tht'4, Ytl $,. wtt'L.1 ., 51 9'r \
every 10 in the midwest and to work hUild' 1(0 new home. I los! of industry qunlitv-con-. aU'of Lake, Butler..Filed August
nt l least two of every 10 'In :. Need ...... <(<:Control: : T..lmlc.l..n trol programs 18,' 1972 by Win. J. Haley, ..'
northernmost states Accord Ho offers n postell'ment.ervlc. Box 193, Lake City
When you suspect you have .
.
inK to Dr. Watson termites
than million termites there ill onlv one contract with Starling Plastering Service,
do more $800 thing to do call reputable, \ S \Inc., Route L Box 1-D,
worth of damage to houxes \ : n annual I Inspection \ Lawtey. .
qualified pest control technician x 'Authorized stock IOOO..re..
rand other buildings in the | and :
U. S. alone each year. at once It taken. s|>evial some form ofKuaran. OK @i!! $10. Dealing In plastering :,
knowledge, .kill and equipment .
'
Here's how you can tell services Incorporators: DoyleE .
,whether or not'. you ..have to technician control termites.The will .treat. lee: that ter- E:. Starling. Steve Sterling, and e" i .'" '.mac e4
.
terfhites: mitecontrol E.E: Inez Starling all of wwte,.
the soil nround nnd underyour a
.You. .. might descending!, see n on cloud;your ofIn..t. home,setting up u chemical lion will\I lice.be Filed August 22, 1972 by Elate "
home. However, they may not barrier which lasts forvears. renewed if S. Sanders, Starke.Serving w
Iw termites, but dying carpenter ; The termites outside termites are !
ants n problem In, stay ..ut. I:ecauHe they will not aiiiun detec-
themselves but not as hard criws the barrier. The termites ed.and insurance GuideA
t o ret rid of.Examine inside die. because they covering !
one to tell the difforence will not cross. the burner to replace- 1 quarter pound of meat Your Vote And Support 1 '
If it has n slim;"Gib- ret .outside their water supply men )parts of I' without bone "
Is
so>n Gi I" waist, ice i a corp.nteit in the ground. the house one serving Will Be
nnt! if the body is straight. :Selection lik e an A-line dress it's n termn' termites meat with little bone to makea
*. Also the two vets. of tion For of the the'homeownerselec right professionalhelp original after the termite ? pt';q-- serving. And a threequarterto
wings 1 on a termite are the is Important Here are control one-pound piece of meat
same length; the carpenter things to watch for in selecting treatment. with a lot of bone in It is (p. .... M...) t Jimmle, Johnny, Linda, Dane, Jimmy Jr., Jaby
ant'ii two sets are different n pest control technician: A Irrmite'i waist in fairly required for one serving
lengl'hs. He is a member of the National thick unlike. ,.... "Cibwn-.
Another sure sign of termites .' Pest Control Association ClrI" shape of an .n.'.. Its
are mud tubes leading and/or one of the 28 two Pets of wins. also! the
from the ground and up vour state or local l chapters. sine Irninli whereas are an .n.', ..........................................................................................................
,foundation wall to the wood He furnishes references are 'IrrcguUr.Santa. r- !

Don't FixOversized Always BuyTrimmed Fe j The Frank Williams Family

I Iouonned
ServingsTake Moat ;
a close look at the size GraduationSetStpL
Always buy
well-trimmed
of your meat servings. Most meat You pay the same 12 I IFilM'll
of us eat more meat than we I r
amount for fat
do
u you for .
need. Nutrition charts consider lean I { .,.. I
a serving to be three Eleven ana .tudenta... to
candidates for graduation at the e know h1LLIg1V1S !
ounces of lean cooked meat. u wad g8 .
end of the summer termatSin. I know and he Jroll ..

Seasonal BuysBuy Most CostlyWhole ta Fa Community.. ; College InGelneevW. .: 4" ". You ffE l S wa rata foI I
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canned frozenvegetables ,.
seasonal fresh f fruits or Informal graduation Ceremonies .A"lC.t'1'OIII/ 0 C" :
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..1'I' ken ,
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cost more than the 0.1'.1'" ..
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and vegetables when most will be held at 3pun '" "'Ir
plentiful your area. cut style.FOIl. Tuesday, Sept 12, at seats I: "r 0. ,.., : "" ClyrC "" 1< ... : NeAR\ :
Fe' West House student 1 AtAsoC 1N 0." hAYlrya'Ctpee&Y
lounge. I "" OR '
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723 W. University; Ave., with j: CUITUetRVtOR/,C rO//" a ,..:"'0"0"0 i
a recaption following. ,. t "
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Ana students who will giaduatsi '+I laetU ""... !t.rcAN, uh/rrry j, r"t wow,ai .
at.this. time + i Our to/pN/ Ae7 !
are: : c.... err cO"'o
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Starkes Daisy Coleman Deb- ,. ..
'''o".,. 'tRe aRADIpRe" t"A
orah Cray, Juanlta Griffin, Edward ,
: C/rt M'I, .OCONK/rut e0R0 CO'pJAY..
Johnson Shirley McDou- Odr hrr I
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gild Richard Nichols, and Rebecca I TftR KI L.:. ChARr4, 8h Rll'rt aC OTr.

A Man Who Will Continue To Reddish. : kb Support Frank 100% Because uN t tcNOMtsr Rhr".Qy; NttR !
and
Serve Faithfully, Honestly ,And Donna Hampton Keys.Lawteyi : Anna Clayton : "" 11\\\: 'T't.o"'; ."'Ir'c.: ":. ;Vaa.o NC. ..

Shirley Johnson : E'Rk' Yse00' Good :oR auR trc gttR.o.pROR ttAr;
Frank Is A J Son! cr I
Of _
::, To The Best His Ability Melrose: Guy &wlOll.Election. ". tNet C/et a MOAt he NItsl

4., ': .p1S1.-eo tab"k.. != Is A Good Brother! Fw Ng wLL" "0" \ IRtC.".,.'. }: i
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,. -' RE-ELECT Office Frank Is ,A J Good. Uocfel! For 1"011 us f wants to
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Open SaturdayFor Frank Is Good. To Peoplel I lltle.

V Absentees'Supervisor ,. ',\ Frank Just Plain I
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,. NEIL ?t TUCKER j'CITY of Elections Neva ,"" "'t Frank Is _Qualified, And Can Do A Good Job!

Flynn says fiat her office: In the *
:' ".., ,courthouse will be open from
8:30 ajoo.. till 12 noon Saturday.
: : Sept. 9, for the purpose of receiving -.
COUNCILMAv appUmUasforsown.


\:"'.: ..,;."". I',$... GROUP- ... tee :ballots on Sept for 12.the' First- Primary Vote For And Elect "r :"": J "m.." !&'88:1: !!S. ::...._jIa
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"':';" .... .". : '.', .' '. Mrs. Flynn said that the dsadllae KK8 ..".Iii....... m... rmr" FRANK WI LilAMS I'YourFulltimeRepresentative I .
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tftll"iiJbe : ballots Is 9 pm. Monday. Sept. ,
Greatly" .A' .h" '.. .U. 'r' : DIST. 25
... .. J/f :-Q.. Wednesday noon her ( ./; (
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(e p.4'Af.4( ., had received-ISO ballots appUbsentse .. .TTwEsnfsl.sTs' ........ is)..)..ex...........................................(.................e.asesjeiy .......

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SPECIAL .., To Open Union Hospital \ b Thanks; You, M::;:
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The 542 ) Baler : It"
Hay $60,000 fund ::
on. thing that the local banker Paul Klherd and
Hopes that the new $818,800 R'
And Get New Ford Rake Union General Hospital will be available that was for to have putting been the made hospital Ironed out the technicalitiesthat ..r.:..l. People OfBradford .I 11'. ":r
Opened In the near future faded had been holding up the I h +

,Or Mower Free. newly during appointed a Joint meeting hospital of boardof the not on Into hand operation, and never Initially had trustees been was. $60OOD lid Mains In operating, attorney funds.for the ;, County< r II.I II" <

Ph' 3"Z.H6-1: trustees and the Union County available to the previous several Commission, explained that a .. .',,, r .$
who resigned ::
; Commission last week. letter had been received from
Gainesville 3 Mi. North U.S. 441 The trustees learned tor months ago1\ after many disputes the fiscal company handling the .
I with the county commission sale of bonds for the county,
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control of the hos- h
over
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before
outlining steps necessary -
pltal. the bonds could be sold.
Trustee chairman Carl Brown. lie said theee- steps were taken fr....+.
said that a' minimum of 27 employees Wednesday and that when rt
Ta'I Eg9E .7 would cost the hospital the bonds are sold, the 860-
129,000 Just to open the doors, 000 will be given to the Com-
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and that an additional 360.000 mission and then transferred I
would be needed to Insure, o- to the hospital trustees. .
1 another peraUon few, of weeks.the >facility;. for Commission chairman Gerald <1;t> My wife and I are better Individual for having met and talked to many people :t tfg. :

A PRICE TAGYOU'LL UIN.URNSN TH.MM*'" Trustee Buckner Lewis declared budget Crlffls said has already the 1972-73 been county approved :.i: In this county since the onset of our campaign for the House of Representatives! ::1@
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Commission :::
that the County ;::::: m
might. well Inform mlllage, and for that the hospital any IncreaseIn I could 11 i1: I want to win, but not at all cotts. I have personal standards which will not ::1::;
LIKE -- the public that an additionalfour not be made until next year, ::::: allow! me to retort to loud, attention-getting tactic Neverthelett, my sincerityto ;;:;
or''\flv" mills Is neededto if then.: :::::: truly represent the PEOPLE Is still there) I only want you to believe this. :::::
on flie new support the Institution, He expressed the opinion that @
nancially. At present only a the trustees should be able to :f:::::> Regardless of the outcome of this race, I want you to know that I am most nI:::::::;
mill and a half Is being levy open the hospital with the money :r:::::: appreciative of the courtesies extended to us by the people of your fine county. :::::;:;
MAGIC CHEF ied for operation of the hospital made available to them. of these endeavors. ::i:::r rI
which brings Inonlj'827- the :25-bed! facility was virtually W:::: Win, lose, or draw, I am a better citizen because political I
iwr-u MIIIOVAW.B ror 500 in tax money.It '
CMMl Hi.wnd f tournw MM completed about a year ;i 11 feel that whatever the outcome that ;;
but I
GAS RANGE re/.Wl/ eeun.o.en. was suggested by the trus- ago, but was never placed. into I say the following in dp humility
tees that the commissioners operation.Pleat. ::1 : Cod in His Infinite wisdom will direct the right choice to be mad. I hove stated ;11
appear' beforo the next legislature ::f::! In my campaign that I am a Mvthoditt. I am a Member of the Methodist Church, But :;::::::
and request the levy :::::::;
,5 of additional l mlllage. ::1::;: I am a Christian FIRSTI
Tho following day, membersof Vet For and m M
: I tho'' Commission mat withOUT :;::: Do consider me. Above all, do vote on Sept. 12th. 1;;:::

iii: : r--_ ,' OVABLI .oo/Narl iJELI.ey Elect Your Neighbor Friend and 1j j j THANKS AGAIN, {m!!!!


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random stripes on cotton cur. ::; SUPERINTENDENT I
Gas And Appliances duroy crcuU1 u jaunty vi\\>- y
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front jumpsuit for the lunch ; : *"'
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Phone 964-7701
Madison .
St. the outfit XVUM drsigncd i t )>yPhyllm ;} SCHOOL BOARD
Borons for M.IUUYiurH. tii;
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Elect A Man Who Has Proven Capable Of Strong Leadership Inis ... il' ..Irto.. I .' :}::}::tu. :::
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'& !f .A" Tin&WhenPubt&&ducat&n; IB At The Crossroads Of if .r. >->I rr; II..t2.11. "hila fI.1 "rll vI '" H.u.'tlKI't.. .1. ,11',' .,.11 A'miwl. ea ::::::::
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: .' Effectiveness! J tin' Temple Pledges .' ;mJ

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j To Be Working .superintendent -- visiting cverv f fticw .tii;
classroom in the count) ever) car fur a first!>1 hand !iiii1!

.1 JIM i TEMPLE Superintendent i; of ivhat's going/ on. ii;!;!!
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... ..... *.' Aggressive curriculum leadership!> i in all school programs./ I t ir1
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f :{t raven .Leadership '. ; without loss of service or effectiveness in :::::
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*:::":': I (Over) d Million I I Dollars) Of School I I ConstructionIn '; r'r.' :\ ,t :::::::

i: .. "Curriculum Design, f'r11. i Levels Of Students {>'1{t\\ \" To Establish Parent-Teacher Committees lu meet ; v i1; ;

'"r..%.......... In" Hiring, Qualified .\s'\\'ell.\\\ Certified Personnel ' 4>. "ti* }oJ l; together: and stud) school prohlcms in order.: lo ,make,, ,'',, V 1' i; ;.
:? ... recommendations for change. in the following :::::.
:::$ tn.heel"P..rcnt4/; Notified In1'Their( 1 Childs 1 School I I Progress.!' If" '. : areas: ,
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r.M.: .. 1j' In V \Warm., I Friendlv' 'And Helpful .Xpproach To Todavs: Youth .. .,,; :' Middle School Program J J, 4 t ;
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:: In I Developing) Basic Kducatioiial: I \ I Programs School ) I
: $i Ovci-head. Cost ''11I DisciplineTransportation ...mi..;.;..
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': ::: .' In Keeping' I In' Touch t I With I\ I I The, Classroom Sports ProgramStudent 1 ::;:ii:?
b; # I In Developing) !',\UI."!' 'And COMMINITpproved: ) Drug) Programs/ > \etiviiies .'t 1 iii:::

f; f: In Developing) Supervising ,Wage\ F.arning: Programs Drug{ ProblemsTextbook ';"' t 1
; (Jiin I Temple' : Wrote\ The First Project hr'l'hc' \Work\ ; Kxpcrienee: ,ars Problems .,' ;1f
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::;::::#: Program: in Bradford( Coiintv-pvcr) "U 0) :Students Karned Money, rrI ,f'A ................

% \While\ lttcnJiiit .'Il' ol'I'hrungli'I'his' l Project) ''' ,<: To put the hiring; of teachers!> personnel oni 1 professional !> i1 J

'':; In. CivicffairsTwice: I.:Ii.airman! (Of The March Of DimesJJriveIn }) I :(;:';' If : status bv establishing> a professional: screening :';::::::
rry:: Civic Organi/ations-Twice: I President Of,;The l Snicks: Civilian Club;.. ,to fIli'i. committee composed of classroom\ teachers and !iir

/ representatives: of the count) administration.; m 1 j

:,. n Professional Groups. .- '> "'; (h .': ,,- \ .t To establish a Leadership Pool for the purpose of. To he a taxpayers \TCII-li\ )()(; and guard tour m ii 1

"(.. I Irr ;. training an personnel whovish, lo become Supervisorsor iitone\ ) from heinu; uastcd. f;
f'' liJcIII.flcl.'t:< : Of \laclitiaCouiuv) Principals Department. .1 \ principals.!> ". ;jij 1!
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::: Fleeted:, \cgouation'I'eanU: : ,, ( Macluu Count) I" : "
::$:r First" Chairman: ;\ Of The I \1.11. I lI\a\ Count) Curriculum I Council." : To 1 balance }our school budget{ the first car in office." To open the: Superintendent's IIffilc dour to all lrad-! i 11i
r :.? This has not been the case during! the last> \ar.: .,. ford Count) I ciii/.Liis: and \l.l. KMIM.fI.KS.: ) : ::i:;:

::: ''r' Please note the following statement taken from the i;i i
Official State Vudit dated: Feb.'), 1971 :::;:::
:
t Broad :
; im, Temple Has Experience' ;::'"'. : Iim Temple ixanls to scrteihc people of liradl'ordCount i::;::;
The Bradford School Board borrowed
t. .. J ''''' '' County') ( ) If \ou nanl: a u cliangcacti\cl: : ) support Jim .ij::;::
:,::':: '-1" i,'.\ 'r' .f-\" < /'" ;" ,; .r'" .. j.. I .'KW.' .,I"t!., ,'::1 ,..,' ,. ;, IIIIOO.OO, ) at4.5: -interest t on October Hi.}1969 for Temple 1(11alld/ tote for him on September.:' 12 II"I I he ::1 !;
i1 'p j}.I t. \ ; :. In" Developing\( Progrims: That l eLt.h) :\ \ Disrupiive' Student" !+ .j ,; the purpose of meeting current expenses.! Hl) R school' Superintendent. ;11i;! j
::::::* 't1J! >fit .( (U Jim'1'cntple, Pperatednd Designed)' .. The I First :Socialdiustprcnt' .' f' it ..............
*sr' "- J' Program In \lachua: 'III t.) .) .

:: in Maintaining: al1: :NONSKNCKttitude( : : : In. '1"h1' Classroom ,.. Elect A Man Who Has Proven Capable Of Strong Leadership In Iil i

; (Jim Temple \Was\ : :Named. Chairman: Of The.: Count\ ) Discipline ,
ra When Public Education Is At The
r ".:i Committee..: During\ The I'roubled.: 1%.ill 1> School.: I ear.:: In ..1lachuai : : A Time Crossroads Of J 1i

'' :,'t I.. '.rh".HA' : ,""ouiitvi\ i u'Ihe'1'a4!'" (Of This Committee I"}as'ftiicstore; The Froner :' '+.1. Effectiveness! 'M1j 1..
t: a ':?" .. 'Attitude-In The) Classroom: : : )) ,), ..
: \ I" Believing That Public Kdueatiou: Is A Right For Ml Citizens
.. I And That Mehool.t Best :Serve The :Societv\ (Of :\blch The \re \ Vote For And The Man Known For I IJ
Support
r:f ;.t I Part \then\ Theyre, Operated To Vei t The: Needs: Of The Comniunitvrn.nliicli ..
: \ Thc Ire '
Located.
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f.,, In Developing) Screening Programs: For Special Education Programs M. Getting The Job Done! !i

In Developing Meaningful: Guidance Program i J .
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m In Developing! A Sound Minor Sports Program y. )1;i.::

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Vie'For And. Support The Man Known ForGetting '. > ." ., ) t. -.,,. ,>:'"Elect' JIM i TEMPLE. Superintendent I::::::::,


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Of Pace With Foil Season ve a nipecte .. w.... q.. ......
thieves to nave : let.... .: ..l f
pu .
TM U tot around the corner Grasses may turn yellow from I t
I and If you check! ttw old nitrogen leached out by the
t FarmersAlnnaacyouwi1lthat find rain hibiscus: bon and al.... Tho man For Group 3
the days are getting considerably mantas may show an Iron deficiency. I Ii i
.hol1e This affect This Is a yellowing
many plants and by tile middle of the leaves. Sometimes the
of next month tome will begin veins In the leaves may turn ;
to react to the abort days. Two a dark green with a yellow covering p. J f IS
of these which are activated around them; this Indicates -
blooming during short days are a manganese deftcleoc:)'.
the polnsetda and the chrysanthemum An application of Iron Chelate
and Man ane. Suite te to the soil A Man With Integrity
Chrysanthemums will be setting around the plant will correct
their buds and In order to the condition.. Treat your plant A' Man Of Proven LeadershipA
have larger flowers It would be kindly and with tender care for
advisable to pinch off a few of they produce the oxygen; that Man Who Resides In The Clay\
the side buds. You might wantto lets you survive. WI

time fertilize with a your good; plants mixed at ferti this Fishing Contest THIS MAN IS i I

lizer. Be sure that you spray Set For Sept 10 th ri: ,
the lower leaves as well as the
; _
On Suwannee River
upper with Fore or Dlthane M-
_
a 45.disease This called fungicide Septorla prevents Leaf An all-day n.hbwconte.twW NEIL TUCKERCITY
Spot. The leaves are brown anduJ.5P be held Sunday. Sept. 10, on the
when attack by the dis- Suwannee River from 6:30ajn.:
.I
till 5:30 pm.vibe
PolnsetUa horn worms seven-class J
ease.
event Is being sponsored by the fn k'7' -
will be prevalent now so you Suwannee River COUNCILMAN
Authority.
;
should keep a sharp eye focused -
These Awards will be presented at
plants.
worms on are your very small In thethin SchoOeld: Brothers Tackle Box GROUP 3
In the town of Suwannee Riverat
: but as they mature i
of 2 1/2 to the close of the contest.
3 Inches and a length can devour large Prizes will be offered In the Your Vote September 12 Will Be
of laves In a short following seven classes: largemouth -
quantities
Suwannee Greatly Appreciate
period of time. Pick off the bass bass,
blueglll bream shellcracker

for large good worms control.and squash You about them will bream catfish: redbreast and channel bream catfish.club Night Fishing Possibilities Outlined By Fla. Commission (Pd. Pol. Adv.)
need to check plants
once a week.Summer your Schofield's: will be the official of action and fill the stringer' .",;o:.:<<.,.,.w.""''''_ . ., . .. .. ", '
rain showers will weighing. station and thenearest Night fishing Is-made to order ftehlnj. dock, bridge, or edge of a boat. as welL '::*..::::: :: :::::::.::::;.:;::"OXM: ;:;: ::: .' '' 'X; ;:: ;: : r.-Xw': ;;: >: .. ::

bring out the new growth on may launching point from for summer, and it can provide There are two schools of This technique Is absolutely If you are the agresslve t type
This new growth will there Is the public ramp on the rood strings of fish legal and above board the Com find the fish.psi
plants. as well. thought on these nocturnal trips you can go ISTARK JETERfafMxa
Dixie County side of the river.we.t ,
be very susceptible to aphlds.Aohlds and Immediately south of The day's warm temperatures according: to Commission Wild mission says. The. light attracts bet Is to scull, paddle row, or fIf
are a sucking Insectand cause B'rer fish to swarms of flying Insects drift along the edge of the bon ,
U.S. 17 and 19 bridge at Su- to deep life Officers. In one. a bail .:.:j .. roo1IY ... :::.:::
small
from the new and hold his and fish which In turn draw casting Into the shallows OLD('OIJJIIO'IU
withdraw Juices River. activity lunch lantern Is used to lure the nets ;::::::3 I::s:
foliage which causes It to curl. wannee No registration fe* Is re- ing to a minimum. to the fisherman In the other, fish to feed upon them. where fish are feeding. f:< uvwa.aiASavoouaatsWPatu ::
New growth on citrus Is particularly But night's darkness and to where he
the fisherman goes
quired for the conte.t.andlllhIDe fife Of Fish !1
to aphid attack. cooler New Shipment i.
subject temperature sends him thinks the fish will be feeding. ,
may be done anywhere along Surface lures work best, especially ..: ..
''
The excsemeat: from the aphids out roaming and feeding ..a'llthe Then It's lust a matter of "
the Suwannee River. The those that make a commotion
only @
Is a sweet, honeydew-llhe substance Is to weight the Florida Came and Fresh If are not sure where time before the panfish or bass when retrieved. Those

leaves.that It may later glisten Is attackedby on the fish requirement at any the time official before weight or by nation 0:30- fishing Wrier Fish dock Commission.fishing be or walk Boat that create vou'right your spot"own. Is,A you strong can locate dine.these Minnows bait fish or Jigs and fished startto would, flutterers Include popr"--/and' .&urtaC'elures rhuccers / ii jj 1] Og&1b' > 1j 1jr #}

a fungus called sooty; mold tog the edges can equally In the midst of this activity 1
lantern Is most with
p.m. on the day of the contest. light a gas s iuners. UVOMCJU, !
which causes a black covering rewarding In this unique kind of will generally provide a lot
Winners of first places in all common. Is suspended from a use a black pattern .is: (the bass; :
on the leaves The Florida .,, .... .. =.: -,:
seven classes will receive rods will see the silhouette of the :e::: ;;
Nurserymen and Growers Association and reels. Second and third lure against the sky. ::: : : SpeefefBcttaj /1'H" 1-::.:.:
suggests that you places will win various Itemsof :..'.:. o.J.. ...:...:..:-.
spray new growth with Mala- fishing equipment.The TO OPEN AT LAST? Live bait Is a good nighttime ;.:-:"i':: :.:-::.
thlon for the control of the ap- Suwannee River technique for lanterning :;::: :C'::yrin :
Authority; or walking. So If you haven't w l.fl x
hlds.
o EachGREEN ;
has Issued an Invitation to the {;
tried this seductive # 98
Rains also create hunger fishing .
signs In many of our plants. public to participate: In this technique go do It! There Is :: ,8, SWORD; :::
Reach PactLAKE
event. Hospital something about a dark lake at :: Ir RED BRICK SWOFOS ::#

\ night while that even makes If they the are trip not worth bit- .. Reo. 2498 f I BLACK MOLL'' S m"ijj

Keep Your Schools cued to the trustees at Iho time Ing. ft''
BUTLER-Truslccs of 1)) We the trustees of the UnIon j II 29* ii:
of take over.
I Accredited Union General Hospital and the General Hospital shall require -
Union County Commission'reached that the county commissioners Ill The Board of Truslw Please, Vote For o"dEloct :i*j'j''l'I' \ While They tl f:
H s it -
an agreement Tuesday furnish office in shall determine policy I :.:
'which 'apparently clears the the King Memorial space Building, who is admitted to the hospital.!!! Your Friend end b:: "'., ..:..A 't':I.- PUREBRED ::::'
KEEP way for opening the new furnished and equipped equivalent 121 All machinery and equipment .t ,. .- !
$800,000 hospital facilities in the lo the present doctor's offices shall be inspected by a NeighborR. I '4IIJ-., I' CHIHUAHU tri

near future. to be used by another professional to ascertain if irf( .w.. ...,-. -- I
workable condition. This shay II. (RUSSELL) 'Fa, .., ;.;;-
THOMAS I. The commissioners: approveda doctor of our choosing. If and i*...-: )
CASEY
be done at the county's ex ::: -- ""
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-point list of conditions desired when we desire! to place one cl&\rre\ olm 35.00
Is1 GREEN !'. :
since the warranty 4
by (he trustees prior to there. Furthermore, the trustees pense 001
their'' accepting'' the hospital.The and administrator shall de- likely off this equipment. @1n
SUPERINTENDENT list of conditions was pre- termine .who shall be on the 13i, That a copyof these!! requests Tp.COUNTY'' COMMISSION. i''s" \ '"' l '

tented by trustees Carl' L. medical staff of the. Union Gen. !! be Incorporated in tht DISTRICT f:::: Sale'Thurs.tFrL................. ........ .,. Sat.. .....,... .....i.t!:
Brown chairman minutes! of the Board of County : :':' o "" ".. ................. .' o........... .oI'o..v.. .... "
( ), Buckner ...;.: : : .OX<<<<-<<<< > ;<< !
.'. OF SCHOOLS "Buck'' Lewis and C. A. Rob eraillospital. Commissioners. W.W'.::::;;..::,:; :.::..:.:...::..:.:.:.::;;;:,::.:.:::.:..::..::..:.:.:.::..:.::..::.;:.y.y:::::::::;..:::.::>:"":'...;":. :;::: ::::>:>::.:.:..::.:..:..::....::.: .::::::.::ooo::.::::::.:..:.: :.:.:.:.:. :r.::;;;::.:.:.iN:: :i:
erts. 2)) A 20-year lease on the Union
Gerald Griffls. General Hospital and equip. SB .. Th.... ltI I It
commission
(Pd. Pal. Ad..) ment together with all land at
chairman said the
agreement
( the site, such land to be under-
the apparently opening clears of the the institution way for In brushed and kept In a respectable t DISTRICT 5 COUNTY COMMISSIONER

the near future. manner by the county at no I

DeWitt C. Jones Funeral H After the meeting Grill expense to the trustees. '
I mtSTARKE' said funds are'available to open 3)) The Board of Trustees: will
the hospital and ,he asked that require that the l-'4 mills now t I Beg Of You To Please. "' I It
that point be clarl led. legal be assessed in their 1972
Referring to a story In the budget and the $60,000 be "
I PHONE !961.6200KEYSTONE, Sun placed in the trustees' accountat
on Aug. 31. he said: "The

story itself was correct but unfortunately Bank the from Farmers sale of and bonds Dealers on t Vote tot? And& Elect I It

I HEIGHTSPHONE false impression.the headline. gave a hand. -
47.1-.1176: : 4)) It Is understood that the '
Following are the 13 points county commissioners will request -

made_ _in_the_agreement_ : session needed of the legislation legislature at next to t R. H. ( RUSSELL ) GREEN JR.A t tt
-- - ----------------- -- L levy millage for operation of :.

Union General Hospital as determined
by experience in the
operation of said hospital from
time to time. t t tt

hindering!5)) The deficiencies the licensing which of arc the Short Man For The Job ,

hospital shall be corrected at

once in plans at county or not.expense, whether t Who Is Qualified And Broad Enough t I It


61. A complete inventory tak

We Repair Most en by our administrator and an To Well Serve All I
assistant furnished by the coun-. t People Of t tI
ty. At the same time it (equipment
) shall be unpacked
Business Machines placed and tagged for purposeof
identification. If any equip- -
'-
ment is short of original In- --
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voice. it shall be replaced at
therOllnty's- expense. ',.
TYPEWRITERSUHIINGM.:\\ : I
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7)) No structures shall be 7lMii'BRADFORD

: I.\rlll\":s 1 i- placed on hospital grounds.
: '
1 without written consent: of the
!
i\ trustees other than the tower COUNTY
CALCULATORS ",, now In process of erection.S .
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CASH REGISTERS: .,- + "" ) No items shall be removed
2 _
from the hospital without writ
"'"
5, ten consent of the trustees and a

REX:: ROTARY IHTIJCATORS) 5 receipt being given. WISELY 'EFFICIENTLY

> 9))j The present board of trus-
For An End To > tees shall not be responsible for
any debts Incurred prior to
I > their taking over the hospital.
Business Machine Woes > Neither will they accept any. -
> which Is order unless .. ., ,
thing on .f .J d'' ,'.
: '
CALL[ >> they desire to do so. I ': 'd,,: ",:'':' >"\. '-..' t

10)) All keys shall be deliv- ', "', :

MMBfORs CO. TEUMUFH : );.

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(ft : Qualified Voters May Vote For Russell Green, : ,




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: Win' Time To Fertilise Azaleas ,Circuit CourtCandidates ,
:"' Don't Let Weeds ;
And: Camellias; Don't TrimNext

j. r w. Yes, you can keep ahead of most of them., On Channel 5 WOULD YOU ALLOW ANYONE TO
the'weeds and with plants flower next spring. .
I' here are a few, Take care of:your lawn spring1 flower buds are) the
,suggestions. proper mowing, watering and Flori Now Is a good time to give
already visible two of
Use mulch stand of on plants an application Candidate for Circuit Judge,
lavishly around, fertilizing. A strong and these two
> and.,under plants &that like it: turf can crowd out many da's camellias finest, plants,Florida azaleas Nurserymen of fertilizer to help make flower 8th Judicial Circuit, Group PERFORM SURGERYFILL
azaleas camellias, hydrangea weeds. Use, weed and feed says buds stronger and healthier will appear on
and
; *, roses' ,some bulbs, some fertilizers exactly as directedas tion. If GrowersAssocla Check with ;your local (Channel Galneavllle> from A PRESCRIPTIONOR
all Wlll.Repeat as needed to to quantity, timing. and you are vacation returning In from the nurseryman to find out the right 7:30 to 8:15:' pjn. Thursday
,I y; .keep It deep.Generally,citrus: repetition. ? your summer material for ;your area. You Sept. 7. The program la sponsored
I does not like mulch Use pre-emergence: controls north ;you to may have down an these Inclination might also ask your nursery by the Gainesville League TEACH YOUR'CHilDREN ?
'. Grotground covers In and special problems like two prune don't do man"about spraying these two of Women Voters.
: problem areas where weeds sandspurs and crabgrasi. It, for plants. will WAIT cut off those tor red spider. Spider mites Appearing on the panel will
r .thrive at the you attack azaleas and be the three candidates for
Pull
ofgrass. Be
expense vigilant. up or mow frequently
I You'll still have to pull, off weeds before they mature magnificent In the flowers spring. that It's bettor will* camellias In late fall and even this post: A, Z. Adklna, Jr., Certainly Not. You Demand A Professional
appear -
M .a few weeds. but a suitable and make seeds to scatter during the winter. If you see Herbert T. Schwartz, both of
If will live with the
t ground cover will crowd out over the neighborhood. you ex- yellowish blotches In the leaves Gainesville, and Theron A.
cessive and after
.r growth prune of your azaleas and grayish coloring Yawn, of Starke.A. .
'
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on the top of the camellia THEN DEMAND A PROFESSIONAL. .
Y Buy Whole Thing Nutrition LoadedVariety Horsemanship leaves, then you have red 1
'1. AN ATTORNEY AS
mites
: spider. Spider can reduce
I" f< W T1n.' thrifty meats such as liver, Courses Set the leaves on the plant by caus Z. Adklns, Jr., County
t Chopper will heart, kidney, tongue, tripe, Solicitor'
them to of Alachua County,
1 t.,,, t I 'them buy who!. chickens and cut brains, and sweetbreads are By Santa,Fe In ing turn, affects heardevetop-, has been named "Prosecutorof ; COUNTY COURT JUDGE
up hcnelf. This extra desirable purchases becauseof ment of the flower buds. the Year" for the State of
f I effort will II" pennies a their high nutritive value New courses Inadvancedhorsemanshlp There may be an outbreakof Florida for 1972. Elect
pound. and economy. teaching Western mole crickets during this The award'was announced
1 / and English riding techniques, month, so watch your lawn and by Joseph G. Splcola. Jr., president E1ZIE S. ,
will be offered this fall at San- grass. Scnittnlze'OUl' Bahla of the Florida Prosecuting -
ta Fe Community College Inlnelvl1le. grass particularly If the soil Attorneys Association a
I Re-Elect is soft when you walk over the "This award Is made annually d
These courses are an expansion lawn. Then you know you have as part of our program for SANDERSBradford
of Santa Fe's horseman- mole crickets. Use Chlordaneor the furtherance of criminal Justice
l ship which started! this Kepone for control. ," Splcola said. "It U based
program
I W. H.BILLY. summer with basic courses, September Is a month to plant not only! on your outstanding County Judge
I which will be offered again In gladlolus.Bulbs set out now will performance as a County Solicitor -
( ) the fall. In addition, a full supply you with flowers for during the current year, I
but also the fine
I program leading toanassoclate Thanksgiving and Christmas. contributionyou
..
Most of your local nurserymenand have made for many years
degree In Horsemanship Is beIng ,
considered If enough Interest garden supply stores will toward raising the standards The Only Candidate Who/ :
develops.The have these bulbs in stock at of criminal prosecution
advanced English riding' this time Make successive throughout! the State of Flo-
ri '
Noegel course will teach forward hunt plantings every two weeks. This rid'. I. IS AN A ATTORNEY;
seat equitation, while the Western gives you enough lead time to S 4
course will stress the stock have flowers continually.
i t seat and Include some jumping. Armyworms are In great Use LeftoversAdjust IS EXPERIENCED IN TRIAL PROCEDURE ANU Rl'LES: OF COURT;
Both classes will participate In numbers at this time of year
mounted games and judging and will be devouring your your menus when | HAS THE LEGAL TRAINING, EXPERIENCE: : AM) I.DUCATION) ;
CouncilmanGrpup equitation grasses, says Florida Nurserymen there are leftovers. Do not

City Hurley The instructor attended a, horse Mrs. Cindy mas- (FNCA and). Growers This worm Association Is aboutan pour drain!your With money a little creativity down the, CAN PROPERLY RULE: ON OBJECTIONS: AM/) ,ARGUMENTS( DURING TRIALS

5 ters school In England, where Inch and a half long witha yesterday's leftover can be
she studied dressage,the training black stripe down its side.
of horses and riders In Use Sevin for best control. another attractive dish today. I. KNOWS THE LAW '
R...L.ct a man who has always worked for the best Interest maneuvers, and gymnastics 1
-, of all of the peopl. of Starke, and for the betterment techniques. d' ..r.r."-r--r.--*-.-- rL.-1r [CURRENTLY SERVES AS PROSECUTING: ATTORNEY IN THE COUNTY COURT.

of the city of Starke. The beginners course will ,
meet on Wednesday and Friday r B & F Electrical & Equipment Co. I It
Vote for a man who will get a dollar's worth for each mornings, and the advanced ON SEPTEMBER 12 VOTE
dollar course on Tuesday and Thursday -
spent. mornings at Pennywhlte t Complete Wiring Repairs of t II I Go Forward With The County Court t

,, I n..d and will appreciate your vote and support. 22.Stables Interested starting September Individuals 21- t Industrial, Commercial and Residential t tI t,

P should contact Mrs. Hurley, I NEW AND USED CONTROLS t
--w. H. (Billy) Novel
telephone 454.2968, or Mrs.
MOTORS AND ElECT
Doris LeBron, 378-5056, as SWITCH EQUIPMENT I It
(PeL Poi. Adv.) ELZIE S. SANDERS
soon as possible.
t 24-Hour Service I It .

4 Phone Keystone 473.3755 I
t COUNTY JUDGEPUTYOURNAIND
Union County M. C. ( ) Wells, Manager (pd. Pnt. Adv.)
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Assembly Applicants Needed Riding Club

Sets Frolics

d At General Electric. ;

The Union County Riding Club
...Immediate openings for light Is sponsoring Its 7th Annual
assembly production operatorson Horse Frolics on Saturday,
Sept. 9, and members are pro-
'
Night Shift ((2nd &Jrd).. "
mising the "best show yet. "

': v...i.High dexterily'apn4rptttude for 1. i N ffi Il!','parade\ftb show starting Kill be at opened 3 p.m.A .with a .;qti t' .1 r, onlcr! rtq cams enolllbnii-j, In H! artT I 1' lI1R'iCiTlrrl #na tvev hIN : I
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: .emblworft are all the requirements barbecue chicken supper : t
: ( necessary. will be served starting at 4:45: I THE
followed by the classed events
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'''y ,. t titular educational.background at6.The club announces that no HAND't
alcoholic beverages will be allowed -
required. on the grounds.SERVICEMEN.

t. .. ,Apply between the hours of 8 OF A ".. ;
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through Friday at the plant lo- ,
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north of Gainesville I
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of Mr. and Mrs. Walton C. YOU CAN TRUST
Clemons of Route, 2, Starke,
recently completed eight weeks
of basic training at the U.S. .j \
t"' General Electric Army Training Center, Infantry
Fort Polk, La. lIe I.a Is
1972 graduate of Bradford
An Equal Opportunity Employer
High School In Starke.

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A p.iiuiion .1!!
Autb'BagsDue Control Confusion

First Reigns The fellow television who watches will educational always "

find some way to work
1 It Into the conversation.

Official Test requires a percolation (drainage -Agreed to Commissioner building for board meetings the
been
able to
state.
Handling septic tank permit Issue
permits In Eddie Allen's fourth Monday night each month
and that the ground request to Inspect
., and otBracICord'.Jand All Is still contusion Sani- counties which have ) test -
coverage signed next
a for the year.
level In dry periods be a washout on the Carl
water
tarian Jack Trawick told the contract with
fills AWPC.
WASHINGTON: The are problems In more
l Commission Monday. at least six feet and in wet Johns Road where a property, -Decided would rather have
controversial! auto safety air ways knows than who should one nownobody be County If the county turns the operations There Is also the very real periods at least four feet. The owner has given Allen verbal 'the new communications antennae Pleose Vete Per end
cushion system is about to get for them responsible over the Air and Water matter of state matching funds. contract was /given to Attorney permission to dig a drainage at the hospital rather than
or who will))
its first government testing under for the services. pay Pollution Control Board In AWPC has agreed/ In writing, Gene Shaw for inspection. ditch. the courthouse property, Commissioner Elect Your Friend and

actual highway driving( con- The county Is still performing Jacksonville, as per an executive to give the county; $1,936 In "That lets out all of Brad- -Authorized: County Agent Ralph Bryan was NeighborK.
ditinm. both functions, but Is order from Gov. Reubln matching funds to employ a ford County," was Commissioner Bobby Taylor to employ new asked to find out toll costs
apparently Dave Shford's immediate home extension agent to also for a communications line from
Askew the board Is afraid- person to make Inspections and /
I left with the problem of comment when he heard handle Union County. Taylor the hospital to the courthouse. II. (RUSSELL)
Secretary of Transportation coming up'with local funds that building will come to a standstill issue septic tank permits. The .
John Volpe Monday accepted have been coming from the because AW PC has not contract AWPC sent the county the water levels required. said Ms state deparlmentaskedthat Federal funds through the Flo-
AWPC has verbally prom- this be done and will paythe rida Department of Law Enforcement GREEN Jr'
for to the Genera
delivery Ished Bradford County $4,711 difference In salary. Taylor are being used to
Services Administration 125! to cover land fills this year said he thinks It might establish a central communications

'., Mercury model 1 four-door *?- Blockbuster Set. (From Pogo '1)) if the county takes over that enable him to employ a more system In each county, TO COUNTY COMMISSION
dane equipped with factory In- Rally operation Officials have not qualified person, and will give and the system can also be
Mailed! air cushion systems. been able to /get a statement his office a chance to be neighborly used for the hospital and am DISTRICT 5UNDER
In him" criticism, however, of the that he was reared In the Methodist promising those matching fluids ) bulance service
Those will get 18 months or Bill Hester and Tom Rivers "open room" concept saying Children' Home at En- from A WPC.In -Heard W. H. Hall ask why
testing in Los Angeles: !, Salt; D, the other candidates; In the It does not permit students to terprise, and that when he left counties where AWPC Is some residents across SR-IOO!
Ijtkc! City; Miami }Kl.i., San race, have kept their SP8'lch- concentrate on their work. there his /goal was to serve handling Issuance of septic tank from the Theressa polling plaC.
AntoiiHi, Tex., and Buffalo, es on a low key so far, but School Board candidate Den the people he met In life"What permits It Is taking monthsto have to come all the way to
N.V. The cities were chosen ;isTpprctcnUtive may decide to "open up" Sat- Moxley also continued his attacks will be will be, and"let It be get a permit Trawlck said, Starke to vote. Districts were
of differing urday night Williams said he on the school administration me on September 12, Hutch- thus delaying building projects. arranged to have an equal number
; widely did not plan to dignity Lock- saying that as manyas Ins said. Covering garbage and trashIn of voters and the board
driving/ |{ .ondilions and bi-- hart's charges by replying to "87 kids are picked on a Russell Green Jr., candidatefor the county's five land fills was Instructed to use visible
cause( of th"ir nrnrnrss!! to accident them. 66-passonger bus." Moxley County Commissioner,District has been costing $23,000 per boundaries familiar to all the LAW
Investigation trams pon- All four House candidateshave said that the School Board has 5, denounced the soaring year which has been comingIn board said, but at the same time
sored by the Ndliou.il HiKhwuy, been Invited to appearon the right to do something about cost of county government and the form of matching funds the Inconvenience was recognized -
Traffic Safity Admmistmtlon.Votpu tho Channel 4 television rally curriculum and that. If elect- said that his taxes had Increasedby from the State Department of .
said the delivery it 9:30 p.m. !turday. ed, he would place emphasison 300 per cent In the last Health. Those funds probably .Refused to /grade a roadto
The School Supjrlntendo'it's'! the basic three R's. seven years.Incumbent. will cease when the operation the home of a resident;near RE-ELECT
marks the long anticipated beginning race has continued to be the Arthur Holllday. also a candidate Zedra Hamilton Is turned over Oct I to AWPC. the land fill at Key.toneHeighta
of our testing!: of these hot spot of all rallies so far, for the District 3 School reviewed his long service on The county has, therefore, Included ,unless the resident would deed JUDGE
lte: -saving devices under actual with challenger Jim Temple Board seat sought support on the Commission, as well as $23,000 In local fundsIn the road to the county as a
j tile-road conditions! laced; by turning his attention at Ther- the basis of his keen interest the County Zoning Board, and Its new budget for land fill public road It was explained
the vrric; / motorist" essa to Bradford County's in the schools and his past the Bradford Development Authority coverage. this has been the board's pol- DON CARROLL
I The restraint beIrequirtd school bus fleet charging that record and experience as aboard The Mosquito Control opera- icy for years and many other
passive may "no other county has buses member. Dave bulk, the third can- tion, only was left undisturbedby similar requests have been Judge. District Court of Appeal,
: all built aftrr
i on autos that look as bad as ours." The five candidates vying for didate for the District 5 Com- the Governor. The Mosquito refused First District of Florida
Aug.!! IS. I'm;;, if the tests! prove vacated by mission seat, made the short CUBB
Temple said he went by the the office being retiring Control unit In Bradford has -Agreed for the Eco-
out. To dale. air bags appear to bus barn recently and saw "Old Sheriff P. D. Reddish est speech of all, promisingonly also been handling! the landfills nomic Agency to continue to (Pd. Pol. Adv.)
be Die only system that will 29" still parked there, whichhe have avoided controversial Issues that he would "do the operation. and Trawick, use the county civil defense
|meet the requirements 1 hy the used to drive early In his dwelling on their qualifications best I know how to do what who heads that unit, has been
teaching career In Bradford and proposed programsfor the people need to have done." tank -- -- - --
1973 operational! ; ; deadline.: handling septic permits.Trawlck --- ----------------- -
The air cushion passive restraint County. upgrading lawenforcemenU said Monday he
in the test Replying to Temple at the Maxie Carter, Jr. said the still is Issuing septic tank per- 1I I
!system cars
Jaycee-sponsored rally Satur- $130.0l)0-plus) Sheriffs budgetIs Robberies mits. In fact he Issued 41 In I
is. provided only for the passenger : day afternoon, Incumbent Tom big business, anda businessman August. Those 41 persons, If .
{ in the right front sent, but Ca.jey said the "Old 29" was !Is needed to handle the AWPC were handling the per- I NOTICE I

all seating positions have lap used to transport Reno students Job. If elected he Intends to (From Page 1)) mits, would probably still be I .
b'Itq.. Each car is equipped across town to school, eliminating curb the drug program among waiting, Trawlck( said. The
with u crash recorder to pro- the danger of students the youth; promote a gun clinic the mosquito control unit Is also I I
of
at the site new
vide an accurate accounting' oraCI'IJcl'alions crossing busy) U. S. 301 on for young hunters; provide pro- pony, Mid still covering the land fills
built at the Bradford
foot. "Those students were gladto perty protection for people away being The commission Is In hopes SUBSCRIPTION RATES :
: and import( forcesIn dle School, was robbed of an
Old and establish ;
get on 29, Casey declared on vacations a the state legislature change
undetermined amount of equip
accidents. lie also noted that the junior deputy program If enough the permit Issuance and landfill
School Board is operating on interest is shown. ment after a breaking and entering operations back to the Health I
Bicycling Deaths, a plan to purchase four new Jimmie Clark promised 24- took place In Its tool Department. But nobody knows TO THE II
buses each year, and that by hour per day protection for the shed Thursday night how that will work If it is I
t Injuries Growing 1975 no bus on a school route county, and emphasized the Culprits entered the south not the legislature which .
Concern In Fla. will bo older that eight years. training he has received as a door of the storage shed, according clanged the operation to be- BRADFORD CO I ImikgraP4
,. Temple said at Theressa that former State Trooper, former to Patrolman Claude
Bicycling "Rile much had been made of the expenditures city police officer, and former Jla rdce. gin."What would the governordo I II
on". MI
more and more Florldlr.ni' who In his campaign, but radio operator and jailor at then, Issue another execu- 1 1I 1I
declared that he was the only tho Bradford County jail. lie A breaking without\ entering tive order?" one commissioner I
have
switched to the two-
candidate who had to resignhis also promised a special deputyin ,)ecti'->'ed ft What-A-Burger! wanted to know
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wheeled vehicle for cheap., position (principal of Buch- each< township of the count hambuigc, ud on Walnut
clean, and healthtransporta* holtz High .School In Giinesvllle -' t ty.; Street Wednesday: night no money I 1
ton. ) Tom Crawford &aJ he In other action Tuesday, the
to make the race. "The was was taken from the juke
It U a now solution to foots other two candidates continuo well versed In the laws of box. Commission: I
of the state's octal problem. Florida, due to his years of -Decided to resume digging .
but the Mkerldingphenome- to hold their/good-pay jobs," service Inspector with and widening Water Oak Creek
non U not without it* own Temple declared, adding that the Public as an Service Commis- Nothing was taken from Madi-theBowen's eastward from New!; River whenIt EFFECTIVE AUGUST 1,1972
problems. The tremendous he was his. own largest contributor sion. "Tom Crawford will be Washeterla on dries off enough to permit.
; St. but it entered without -
was
son
spending, personally The board asked the mosquito
growth In the use of the blcy- wherever you are when you
.etc hM been accompanied by a $6,000 on the campaign.At need him," he declared, and breaking Thursday night control unit to flag the route
The robbers went through the Mos. $3.50 1
I.\III... similar! Increase in bikini accident named the'Temple's Saturday three rally Casoy main' also emphasized his InterestIn front door to the back storage this-Asked week,the If possible.mosquito control j t One Yeniv $6Six t
and fa&lll&:es. ssys thetnaurance the welfare of the county's
but took accordIng
nothing -
: Information Insti contributors as John Torode, 'youth. room unit to start work on the Laura I It
George Pierce, and Senator to the report. Church Road area. ,
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lute. Crawford's 1
The problem could become what Johns.I'm"I don't doing know when exactly I) say statement Commenting that on he (Crawford) t IN BRADFORD, CLAY AND UNION I

far worse, warns the Institute. had put In many hours of un- 1
this Casey added, "but I
Bicycling Is more than Just a paid overtime on his job with
flourishing craze. It Is clean know.thought" the people ought to the PSC, candidate: and Chief ELECT Ci1AI LIESSCt1tFFLI2 : COUNTIES I II

rrcreatkm. good rxerclst. economic Deputy Dolph) Reddish said
Temple replied that for
transportation, and will mer superintendent, Harmon a "that's normal," adding that : I I
he (Reddish) In .n
whatever
reach new heights In popularity. Morgan, had also contributedto. puts 4t YOU" ,
However, five cyclists were hours are necessary to get t
his campaign "a fact that
I killed and scores Injured In the job done, no matter what CITY COUNCILMAN Year
Casey forgot to mention He I I Elsewhere $7.00 Per
the total be.
Florida mishaps In 1971 and said lie Is very proud of Mor might OMOUPRESIDENT se
the trend Is up for 1972. gan' support Jennings! Starling, makinghis OF 'STARKE 29! YEARS I I II
Rural bicycling accidents In his opening statement, Bill third bid for the sheriffs A MAN OF PROVEN ABILITY
rvnerally are more severe. Costello, a BUS faculty mem- office, said he would save the
Though most acetdenta occur ber also seeking to unseat Casey county money" by being "work- STANDS FOR UETTERADMINISTRATIVE : $400 for 6 Months
Ing sheriff, thus eliminating "- I
on city streets, more than 00 said he was not talking p'' PRACTICESYour
! per cent) of the fatalities are a about teachers or staff when the need for another deput;). I II
He stressed his t.I t.
r; large percentage of the serious he criticized the Bradford MidI qualifications Vote And Support Will Be Appreciated: t.I
Injuries occur In rural areas. I die School. lie continued hisReElect gained the Florida through Highway prior serviceon patrol On September 12. 1972 I I I II

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the law fairly to ev- I

eryone.
i The tnree candidate!! for


.I, appear County Judge on judicial the, whose separate ballot names have nonpartisan will- oJ ? Comfortable Desirable. G E N y. .' A


gpatvr h at continued all rallies.their Elate basic S.appeals San- Affordable L A KE CVi 'V

ders emphasizes that he Is .
the only lawyer In the race,
and that the dude. of the office .

Important.make legal training highly MOBILE HOMES

Carl Hurst incumbent Mayor )
of Starke, said that the D
new judicial set-up In Florida
"s.. had moved the duties of his I 1 1I
municipal court up to the county i I SALES
t; level and asked the peopleto J tT
"move me up with my court." :7
Paul Hutchlns. the third contestant -

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; 'experienced divers who rou- cave diver. lines and they ledge He. impressed' me as can see the surface until you level where It starts to branch aide Little River Spring, "but back unless they are expert. .
,* finely probed shipwrecks deep ingle tanks. They Onlr.wore: reach.the BS-footrdeep I mark, off." "'" you oont reach It until you're "I think cave diving Is a
p1. : "In the cold Atlantic off New but commercialtype [ when It gone In about 500 feet," Mount kind of mood thing. I really
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Two ArrestedOn they were the being a very cool 'bead. He makes a turn and lev Mount, Desstitels and other don't know what I like aboutIt
; 4 Jersey the prospect of a 'which aren't much use belt, els erf. ''members of the National Association "
his
:J short jaunt through an under- for had dropped weight "You swim .level "aid'' "We: put It that far back"deliberately says Mount, who regularly
'f water Fire Hunting caves, he said. "Good drained his, air tank dry and ,, along! the for Cave Diving makes week-long stays in
cave seemed like because we didn'twant
a cave divers build their own his have marked Little River
had tried to breathe from underwater laboratories in the
t! pleasant lark. lights for more candlepower'and compensators until Spring, the Blue Sink which a line that would lead, ocean. "I'm curious
:,1 A few hours later, Little ", "Fir. hunting" charge havjbeen longer We. / the buoyan last UjBtant r ,",Mount said. portion for about ID feet until has claimed a dozen lives novices In from the entrance." about open where they go and I
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ltlver- Spring claimed Its lat- placed against two Jack* you come to a, chimney that' and other dangerous underwater AT TIlE POINT where the like to map them. But they
.' est victims as the young me* aonvllls) men whoar..st) THE DIVERS drowned Sun Buoyancy compensators.are takes you down to the /o.ootmark caves i with Isigns warning cave starts to branch Mount also give tremendous
; drowned in the rockbound ed about 9:45 pjm. Tuesday day in. the spring off the Su- fiberglass tanks which tise sin : At 90 feet,; It slopes, novices.,. :be; c,.etul and Desautels have placed a sensation owlet and peace."
;' black >waters never knowing Aug. 29, on State Road -315 wannee River near this tiny from the scuba tanKVto,'weight-,",' help '..' fr, 'k. k is ,
:' .they. were only a few feet South, near the San Juan Ranch. town about ISO miles north of the diver maintain:' "
-., from',the world of light and Wildlife Officer Jim Hubner Tampa. The first body that less condition a*, pressure
0. air. .. '. of Keystone Height,''Who made of Michael Grauer, was pulled squeezes! his. rubber wet suit .' 'i" ; -
} One died' with a knife the arrest avid the men were to the surface by two vuitjng, and reduces its buoyancy' 'in f k.. ..
... "- wound in his atomach that apptirently -' Bobby F..teughtry,74lCanoon., divers who notified police, deeper water; i 4
inflicted Boat), and Rodnelr Both the men had their face .
wee by a N. 'lIa1'rll.- The police, 'called "Tom ,
< diving partner; in the last desi -, 5829 Firestone Road.Jackson Mount diving officoC (for the masks on. Mount Said. -unusual i YI
l in'' diver drownlngller.ui be*
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?'.Rerat;,momenta as the air In ville.They were charged with University Miami' school J J"of l'i I
1'}}' J.!\; 'their i tanks ran out and 'attempting to take deer at night marine science,,: who'was \ the off.In mask.the,:last'usually frantic, .4 +
J, breatljs started to come hard.' with gun and'light. Hubner said in the area 'for a weekend.oC. (seconds before the diver dies::'
: hew' the men'shoot at a cave diving.one', ,One diver also'.had-' \ >
..THg, iEATII3 .of Robert'Grauoy deer; "The who had been' 4 : ,
,'!18, of Camden, N.J., Confiscated at the .cen.w.... knifed was right In the lighted, ,pounds- per square )Inch of air'jlaft C e.
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,j"t and.v Kennoth de'' Grazla, 23,. 'a 1967 Ford pick-up truck, one area of the cave;tight where j I '"He in should his tank have_ been able t
and Michael WlUlams. 24, of 308 calibre automatic rifle one he could have iwura-ia the \
f'"' Roselie Park,,N.J., raised to Ingle! barrel 12-guage shotgun surface if he f Ijtt been All tostretch' that 350 pounds,for" .
,10,th*' number of,divers who and one 12-volt hand spotlight right,"'said Motwbjoind ai least a few more minutes, t t.l
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River Hubner said. local ,
-diver Fred Tatman In why', his tank,, wasn'tdrained .l ? e ;
.} y ,Sprfng. 'alnce 1969. All the Both .men weretoken- to the recovering'' the last tw* bod.. '
like the others
1)*:-, state's caves have claimed 80 Clay County Jail,,' where bond bk divers In that period., was set at $502 each The fire ''few feet back, around a corner : Spring-Is 1Dieetdeep'a- .
I,''" ""\rl'! : think this was a ease hunting charge carries a mini- at, the es foot depth It tbey'd, :with clearpopt.about a round, 'cavelike open J.
I' 'j t'* wkereveryexperienced/ : mum fine of 200, or a maxi only come a littld 'way more In the bottom., ;
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i open-water divers Ignored the mum fine of $SO!). off;,one year they, could have) -,1118de a rise;' J r
,' ,,' most basic safety rules.be- i ascent to safety even If their .' I\fOUNT--'WHO; 'HAS' l ,
thThebe probed .
vj-cause 1' -they didn't realize cave arraigned, tanks were empty.: '*' more thin;, half"' mile into Its 1t' '" t 1' .
i'i': diving Is i completely differ. before Clay County; Judge Thomas : 1 .* ..
black caverns, said, 'You enter -
t Vent hall' game," said Dave De. Rivers -on September 6 THE SECOJVDjfiUy'.Waprproached : : the cave and swim down a : I
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NEW Sanders, and Chamber Director John Myers., ttV; ? ,
'ft, [ jCrlffls converted the former Kentucky Fried Chicken building! on US-301''''north' Into a Daisy' (tr

F I NORELCO .Discount Service, Station, a chain of the Pacer Oil Co. Colorful purple, gold, and white colors

i '' fIEHINO-THE-EAR Hi ''give i the station a neat appearance and make It stand out on 301.. 'Crifflt plans still fuitSer.Improvements. GAINESVILLE

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BATTERY LIFE. Irrftuffrt "
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Keystone Air : ( I N o (From Page.. 1)) VHfeml. -

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t' was the one who saw that a The office of County; Judge Of
I : stump was due affioddy's residence Bradford County; will appear on
and that be would see the non-partisan ballot for judicial .
Crash Sun. that some action is taken about officers,and Is being sought
{ this request, although he would- by three candidates, outset
n't be pinned down to an exact whom will succeed County Judge
time. Theron A. Yawn who resigned -
I "We've got a lot of road problems to run for Circuit Judge
Found Dead now," Noegel said. The three contenders for this
In other action Tuesday night post;; which now carries a salary
I Iii *e Council: of 924,000 under the new
a Judicial reform amendment;

Two persons survived critically injured Y 1"' Was asked why It doesn't businessman and Mayorof;
,4y Starkei Paul C. Hutchlns, vocational -
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save city employee man
many
for several hours Sunday morning hours by having residents place agriculture Instructor
aCter'their light airplane struck a their garbage cans In front of and .Elzle S. Senders Stark-

power pole and crashed near the entrance b .r their houses by the road.Car- attorney.
bage men now have to walk
to the Keystone Airport, Just 9ff around to the back of the house Running, with Yawn for CIi-
: cult Judge 8th Judicial Circuit
SH-100, killing three of its five 1'r, and that takes time, he pointedout.
passen- \ rr The suggestion came from Group 6, an A.Z. (Andy)
gers.It C.J. resident here Adkins, Jr., and Herbert Tr.
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March Schwartz both of
16 CalnesvUlerCandidates
since
and
appeared Wednesday that it would have been set on fire. t who.movedup
Charles Bruce Mc.'iae,38, Key. Impact with the power pole r from New Port Rlchey. Hofner for Circuit Judge,
stono Helxhts, will survive the severed the plane's wings, and I II said Starke Is the only city; 8th Judicial Circuit Group 3.
crash. I'llot John G. Perko, the gas tank dropped to the he 'has ever seen which collects are RA, (CBuzzy; ) Green, Jr.,
41, Orange Springs, was In very ground and burned. The plane v garbage on Sunday. and James L. Tomllnson, both
critical condition in the University continued across the J KH air- of Gainesville.
of Florida Medical Cen- port highway and crashed near Agreed/ to purchase a $418
ter, unconscious since the a small pond Just off SK-100. central air-conditioning unit for Justice of the Supreme Count: ;
crash. Two passengers, including the Police and Gas Department Group 3: Rivers Buford,, Jr.,
Dead at the scene were Mc- Bruce McRae, were thrown I A offices. Ducts are already In Incumbent; Jim H. Carter, and ,
Rae's wife, Virginia! and 41- from the plane upon Impact place and the unit will be plac- David L. McCain. ''I,
yen r-old Robert S, Shortridge with the ground. Although he ed on top of the existing heat- '
and his wile, Nancy Shortridge, sustained multiple fractures of Bent up remains of the Cessna Skylan are mute SR-100, though scrnd by a pond, and about 75 yards ing unit, said Councilman. Judge of the District Courtof
both of Orange Springs. both legs and cuts and bruises vid.nc of the fare with which It struck the ground Sun south of' the Kytton Airport entrance road. Jimmy McRae. Appeal, 1st Appellate District -
Group 1: TyrleA.
Apparently on what the Florida about the body McKae crawled day morning. The tcn it scarcely 100 yards cast of' --Received the new contracts Donald K. Carroll, and Boyer James,
Highway Patrol has termed about 50 yards away from the from Florida Gas Transmission '
a "Joy ride," Use four-seater aircraft toward SH-100, apparently until FAA authorities arrived.An more by the time It reachedthe the E & I Construction co", flying at that hour." said BrianG. S.Polls Wershow. -
Cessna 182 Skylane had taken trying to reach help. experienced pilot, Judge power pole, Yawn said, and general contractors;: for Lido Industries Neighbour, treasurer of the will open Tuesday at 7
off from the Keystone Heights The wreckage was finally Yawn said the distance of the should have been.going at least which is developing a construction firm. He said Co. for natural gas for the v. a.m county's and I 17 close voting at 7 p.m. In the
;airport about 2 a.m. Civil Air spotted just after daylight by fuselage from the power pole 70 to 80 mph. large area around Smith Lake Perko is vice-president and wer plant and agreed to signit. Two changes' in polling precincts.places
Patrol cadets, camping near Bob Fill, an FPL employee Indicated the plane was still The Shortridges are survived northeast of Keystone Heights. general manager of E &I. Per- vebeen
The contract is until made since the Demo
tile airport runways, saw the looking for the break in the flying, and had not stalled,whenit by several children,accord- The construction firm Is head- ko took off from Fort tauder- good cratic
1985 but primaries two
blue and white plane make several line. When he saw the break struck the power pole. ing to Sgt. Barber, and the Mc- quartered In Ft. lauderdale dale-Hollywood International at.a substantial Increase Precinct 14 has been year sago.
above the old of changed
I take-offs and landings. Fill knew a plane had struck Rae's have two children. The plane was owned by the Irport Saturday to return to his price from Struth
The plane should have attained Perko, the pilot, is unmar- .033 cents per therm, up over the residence on W.
They reported Seeing the plane the lines, and then spotted the company. home ,in Orange Springs for Madison Street
to
make a touch and go landing wreckage about 100 yards from an altitude of 300 feet or ried. lie is an executive with "I have no Idea why he was the weekend, Neighbour said. four cents. Armory on Edwards the,new Loop.Starke The
just before It crashed, but the, the pole It hit. Precinct 8
voting place has been
too far for
camp was away
changed from the old
to
them to hear the crash. Nei- The FPL crew summoned ambulances Election armory
the
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former
ther did residents on nearby to the scene and call- City (From Page 1)) building. '
Crystal lake hear It. ed the FII p. Fourpersons were
The light plane must have taken found at the plane, and McRae proposal was beaten by 270 to public opinion. Running every political rally at which city; perience in succession on the Chairman Tucker, Incumbent
off from Runway 22 and was located when he was heard votes In an election In which other year keeps office holders candidates were invited to council, stating he has "worked Group 3 councilman, is serving Pleat Vet For and "*
must have been In left turn 1,066 votes were cast and about on their toes,and enables votersto his secondyearas
a calling for help. Me was unable, speak, that being the Jaycee for the betterment of the chairman
Into a pattern when !It struck however to relate what hap- 1,600 voters were registered. eliminate Ineffective officials' sponsored rally at West Side city; of the council. He was not at Elect Your Friend end
the power lines which I-'lorlda pened. Proponents claim four year it is said. Softball Park Saturday afternoon 'I've' done the things I thought the rally Saturday due to a
Power & Light erected just Investigating officer, FPH terms would allow an official There have been no pre- Two Incumbents, Chair- were the best things for the prior out of town commitment NeighborR.
last year between Starke and Sgt. Winston Barber, ail the time to put through programs, dictions from any source in man Tucker and Councilman City; of Starke," the veteran made last year. Tucker is com-
1'alatka. The plane broke loose Federal Aviation Administration relieve officials from worry- the city about approval of Noegel and one challenger, Er- councilman said. pleting his third term on the II. (RUSSELL) ,
one of two cross arms on the Is carrying on the Invest- Ing as much about reelectionand the charter changes. In fact, nest Allen, did not appear to Ernest Allen opposing Wig council. He is an accountant.
double pole and severed two 19a tion. Sgt. Barber made the give him more time to devote the council decided to place speak. gins in Group I, did not ap- Group 5 Councilman Billy 6REEN J'
of three high voltage lines, preliminary report on the to city government. Few- the changes on the ballot, but Orle Wiggins, 65, retired this pear to speak at the rally.AlIen Noegel, elected in 1970, did not,
leaving a piece of the fuselage crush. er elections would also save since the election has rarely year from the Florida State owner of City: Fish and ,appear at the rally. lie also
hanging on one Insulator.Had Bradford County Judge T.A. money, they point out. been mentioned council meet- Telephone Company where he Meat Market on Brownlee served a term on the council TO COUNTY COMMISSIONDISTRICT
the plane struck two of Yawn, who emplaneled a coro Opponents of the longer terms was a bookkeeper. At the Street, for some years ago and Is bidding
ings. ran the council
last
Uie high voltage lines at once ner's jury at the scene, waited claim the officials the two more year terms responsible make There has been but one rally he cited his 10 years ex- year and was defeated 877-705 for Slarkq a used third car term..dealer He Is a I :5J


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n pleased with the preseason assets according to Head Coach: ,

(,> f ;ld r play In Friday night's Roy Bayles. '
.W11'l r rtr- rvE ? vD.. r football Jamboree was the way
'r? {4 F i V r'r Bradford High coaches came gYP4.0u' j(I The Kit Indians will Play in 3!'

away from Florida Field inCalneavW. ... Y a Jamboree In Mayo opening 5..1.
? .. .,..f. with Marantha In the second
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ki r 5 ,1 ti1 The 1972-73 edition of Brad- 1 quarter and then facing Tren-
t ford Tomadoe ton In the fourth.
High's Fighting
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footballers, their coaches say ."', goes
4. acquitted themselves with promise ready to play but we are still
M, khr of future toughness. At .i working on our plays and such," ,

the same time,, there were ., '2. i says Bayless. "We are progressing J
j fw'i right on schedule If i
I'- breakdowns In some areas and "
I --i- in aomelndivlduBlasslgnmenU. not ahead of It."

The Tornadoes beat Eastaldeof Ricky Davis Is back at full

Gainesville 7-0 and lost to speed after a kidney Injury
Gainesville High 7-0. But the and will help the team out, according -

; a Tornado defense gave up only ...... to Bayless.
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two first downs in two quarters Also back after having a bro j
h of play and CHS 'wasn't able "" \ ken arm Is Larry Vaughn who )
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f. r, fifer to run through the Tornado line has been slowed up since last f'(

from three years out at the year but Is looking good now, I

goal.Eastslde.' says Uayless. ,
got one first downon "It's tight" replied Coach :
Bayless after being asked how
runs of eight and seven -.-. ,,- ..." ..,.", ,",,-..- hl. mnrterbacks are
,'. 'v. ;yards but then was stopped by coming.
the Big Red defense. GUS

'Cheerleaders failed to get a first down on Senior Malachl Henry catches a Gainesville high back on an end swoop giving only limited "Bobby Burner Is better at do- (
the ground. yardage. lag some things and Robin Hen
The Tornado pass defense derson Is betteratothers. Right
'. ? broke down three times how- now Henderson las the
These- Jelighrful leaking'girls( will lead cheera for the Bradford High JV this coming seasen. ever: once against Eastside, in against us down there" the touchdown. Malachl Henryand ,Coach David Hurse noted. Burner in the passing department edge on-

Th.y ere (I I'-r) en top Florid Strickland Karen Reddish' and Beth Chapman but the receiver. In the clear coach added. safety; Billy Blgham were both "I was disappointed after the due to a bruised shoulder
Susan Idlo"! ,KIm Hedges, and Alice Atwood.Parents kneeling behind the Tornado defender Even though the defense had close to the speedy Hurrlcan game, but only that we lost" that Burner has.
individual breakdowns Sexton runner Larry Stokes but a Hurse said. His Tornadoes "As a whole lam very pleased
'.: dropped a perfectly thrown ball.. pointed out there was good team perfectly thrown pass and a I didn't look as sharp against with the way the team looks
: The touchdown In the final seconds defense. The players overlapped great catch couldn't be de- Eastslde as he would have liked and they have a tremendous

: g of that quarter would their mistakes covered for fens ed. the head Tornado said butadded amount of spirit," stated Bay-

have tied the game. each other, he said. "There Is no defense for a that could be partially attributed less. "1 think they are the best
Night ScrimmageSet Seeing that weakness. CBS "It was pretty; good overall perfectly thrown pus" Head to Castside. we've had In five or six vears."
opened with the bomb from team defense at this time ofthe

quarterback Fat Padgett to ..season and it is a good

For Tornado Gridders flanker "Larry Stokes who does sign for us," Sexton conclud-
tho 100-yard; dash In 99.. Stokes
o the BHS defense ed.Terry Hayes a first year Union Jamboree'Set'
twice
The first time Padgett defensive end, made mistakesthat !
Bradford High I footballers wilt 'during the scrimmage game the tight end position but has failed to connect on the long can be expected of a young

get to.. show off in front of 'will get the spot. "It Norton surprised us and he can catch bomb, the second time a per- Inexperienced player,**.Coach

their parents Friday night during -. keeps improving the way he the ball. Wayne Testone In the fectly thrown pass and a div- Sexton said. ,.But the big 6-4 '''.. I
an Introduction of,the play has recently he will probably biggest deep receiver threatwe ing catch by Stokes gave CHS 190 pounder la expected to be a '
'.r.?''aa4 ascrimmage, game 0 have this year" said Bus- the ball on the Bradford three great asset to the Tornado teamthis
afterwards. J*i." hore. yard line. season. Over-all however Friday InyWi11iston I;
The Junior ntaitv'wU1; >play>! string( group) together. well Gray Flynn is a good short On first down,' GUS was stopped Hayes played a strong game
for the,, first halt followed by; as the second airing group together pattern man, said Bushore. cold by the Tornado goal the coach said.
'. the/ varsity; player;';tile t sec to get them used tola)1nl "Our passing defense wasn't line ''.defense plus a motion Steady performances were. fc -
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.' end The introduction will take' with each other" said as bad as it appeared Friday penalty; txinhed the Hurricanes rendered by veteranweakg and Lake Butler grldders are During the )jambof the Tigers .I lon and at the defensive end
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'.-t' place! h la/the/ gyro-where\ re-t.. 'defensive back Coach1 *';Stew1' night In the .Jamboree" said backfcf the! "'elght ,yard Ifcve.Padgett .' Derail.. Crawford and. middle practicing hard getting ready will run basic stuff and
'4'w freahmenU' will,,be served to Bashore talking about his plane Head Football'" Coach, David overthree without 'guard ,Carl Luther, Luther' for their Jamboree Friday night. save the "bread and butter" Bryant Kewsomo 5'6 17i
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v :the ,pan ita atom*, with an explanation Airing ,the scrimmage game. Hurse. "It'sTreally my fault Charlie Brown in the end zone has been .lll'and still has not in Williston against! .Cross City: ; plays for the first game against u linwill at the other end .
of exactly! which their First string defensive backs for not telling the one man on the replayed down. Pad rounded Into his last season's and P. K. Yonge.. Hawthorne &ept. 15. of the LB.
sons,are going through In football LB opens up against Cross
that did make mistakes that gett ran the keeper on second form Sexton pointed out.
[and. ,the equipment they are Wayne Testone .Malachl he would be playing! againsta down and was nailed by Randy Casklns was out the entire City .in the first quarter and The game will be In .Lake Butler Richard Yarbrough and Cyr-
'> 'rear..''Head Coach David Nurse Henry Cray Flynn and Billy 9.9 second sprinter. I'm gladwe 'BHS defensive end Randy Gaskins week before the Jamboreewith then In the fifth quarteriplay win Clyett will be at the two
.will make brief to PKY.. defensive tackle positions."I .
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made the mistakes we did at the five. an Injured shoulder but "We don't know
string Is Keith TeU what kind of
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the.,audience''and will Introduce "Our two
objectives for
the
so we can work them out before came back Friday night to play offense
Ronnie Tim On third down or defense Cross
the .. stone. Hall, Crews, Fadgett swung Jamboree to win Cityor ; feel like the front five
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Johnnie Yonge have "but I
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and .Levy Lemon. Thames,war'lag think and the
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During :the regular. practices -. Sexton all players participate In the two linebackers will
VanCuard In week and
a a a good performance
."One player working Ida number 63, out of the backfield our defense Is versatile enoughto
wayinto be
;: Monday. and Tuesday the half," said Hurse. said. game both on offense and de- tough for people to move
the starting,lineup is Ronnie -' after the GUS end and handle most clubs In our "
nr$1v,4layericor'reoted and tense to see what the kids can against, says Roberts. ;
"We have worked real hard Offensively Coach Butch
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Hall who is constantly! Improving wldeout drew the Tornado safety class and I also think our offense -
Ironed ,mistakes made ,In really do during ,
out a game, said
and are In good condition. This Redding said, his line was not
at the cornerback position. ; and cornerback with henru can move the ball well ,
Jhe.mboru.lastFridaynight Coach Charlie 0
Roberta "We
By the time of the first again will help us In our first It la as aggressive as he would have enough against the two will j.
,iagainst Easteide and; Gainesville a tough pass, expecially have a 28 man squad and I teams At the nose J. W. Lacy
game he will at least be ana performance of the season a- close to the goal line to defend liked. "The offensive line looked said Roberta. play for LB.. "lIe's 5'8 and
High. .School accordingto Coach plan to play all of them on
( galnst VanCuard. said Hurse. good I in spots said
Coaches David Hurse and bern for Testone and Billy "Our execution was better against, but Thames was Redding, a former all-state defense and on offense to get Johnny Woodley will be play- 234 pounds and quick as a I.
Mike Sexton. CHS not covered, the BHS defense a good look at them" com- law at the offensive tackle po cat" says Coach Roberts.
against than It was against gilder for BHS. 1 1I
.- "We worked IndlvLduiIr' Henry'Is a strong back and thinking that number 63 was a mented Roberts.
on Fast side. We have a week anda Pass protection broke down
r', breakdowns,' which are things can cover a lot of ground and half to get ready for Van. lineman. twice and the blocking of the "I am really Impressed with
has good speed, says Coach The score came with 1.17 left ;
that:comer from lack of gameexperience the Improvement of Abraham Early Purchase
Bushore. Guard and we will have to use In the period. Reshe Walters offensive was not consistent Urged
( ," said Defensive Perry at the fullback position. I
this time wisely commentedHurse. Redding said. But the trap
r' Wayne Testone la real strong kick made It 7-0 CHS.
CoachMIkct Sexton. "I felt like He hits really been doing an
blocking shows promise.
and like Henry fate a good Driving 40 yards In 10 plays, Of PermitsHunters
Ji'i{ the Jamboree was a great help An early scouting report Letterman guard Gary Melvin outstanding Job this week In Blanding
chance for all-conference hon- the Tornadoes scored against "
to us;and I got to see some practice said Roberta.
shows that In the Jamboree the coach said la the most
ors. He/covers, the wide receivers Eastalde the first time they
,
c"f of the boy In action for the Also doing an outstanding Job
VanGuard opened with OcalaForrest Improved man on the squad over
i. : first time." well, and is hard to had the ball. Malachi Henry linebacker planning to utilize the 1250.. The $12.50 will allow
at
.. "1n the next two weeks get the :ball over because of and tied them 0-0 but ace Tornado running back from last year's play. He turned Ina the position Is Camp Blanding Wildlife Management hunters to hunt at any hunting
we they were on the Forrest "pretty good Job" Friday Angelo Williams S'6 and 165pounds.
his height Buahore. H.rlke one whom Arm. to Wildlife Management
trill look closely at some people. ,?say great things are expected are urged purchase areas in
yard line when the time night, the coach added.
ran .
..mainly: Chuck Norton at to this season, opened the Tornado the special "Blanding the State Hlandlng hunters
GrayFlynn .has attack Steve Register and Wayne At the tailback position It Is Only" permit prior to wUlhave to
the nose ,,position) tad Wayne never played out.Then running by twisting hunting pay a total of $27.-
at the monster VanGuard played fb- three "Iambus each started a quarter still undetermined who will 50 to In the
"Lambus at the nose. and linebacker -; man position yards over right tackle. season. get gate.
spots," said Sexton. until! this year and Is progressIng latka to a 0-0 tie. VanGuard Fullback Brad Carter came at center and are still start but It will either be Ben- According to Major RobertM Brantly emphazled the need
Randy CasUns is coming well. He is making mistakes runs the wishbone offense back with four yards over left battling for the starting slot ny Boyklns or Curtis Sirmans. Brantly nottheast regioml to purchase the permit atone of
,back to the defense after play- but they are ones that throws the ball well and havea tackle, then four more over'' Chuck Norton, at weak side Slrmans Is one of the sopho- manage for the Game and FreshWater the available sources to avoid
who is good defense. tackle for guard could work Into a start-( mores on the team. Commission the
,' Ing offensive tackle the Jamboree a person Inexperienced right the first down special any unnecessary delay entering
1 .Frida .'Bight. He will would make Bushore stated. "VanGi rd Is expected to bea at the Eastslde 29, linebacker frig position before the season At the linebacker position $10 permit will be available beginning the area..
:. play defensive, tackle.i Flynn being! a captain on the very formidable opponent," Eugene West making the stop and with a little more experience Larry Crawford S'S and 155 j October I from the BI':11111yI.ld due to the volume

"J'i Steve Register' and Wayne team Is making him work hard- said Hurse. both times. Redding said. pounds la doing what ,Coach Bradford and Clay County; Jud of traffic entering the limited
I'. Norman are'also looking bettor er. This i I. the first time In 20 There was on hole when Henry Tornado receivers and the Roberts feels Is an outstand- ges' offices and their agents access area the permits will
r. at the defensive>- tackle -' "Billy Blgham hustle and years that BHS will not open tried the left side of the Rams' quarterback had trouble getting ing Job.. the Duval County; tax collect be sold at the gate, only as
c .I.Itlon.. po- gives 100 percent at all times its season against Macclenny. line, but he came back on their timelng down Friday "I feel like our defense Is or's office and his agents, by time allows and hunters who
.:r "I feel like ,during,'the first and actually wasn't a starter "The offensive backs consisting .- second down, going up the mid- I night noted Coach Steve Bushore really coming along. They are mlal from Commission's had bought the permit prior
,i, ;two'!' or three weeks of fall for the Tornadoes until the of Eddie Hazen at quarterback dle breaking tackles and swivelIng but added that practive playing as a team and are fice In Lake City; and from Camp to opening day would beallowcd
practice we (the coachesblled last part of the ...eaol1last\ Brad Carter Malachl hips to bore Inside the Ram will correct that. Quarterback getting restless.; This Is the Blanding checking stations. to enter ahead of persons who
.f*to'1' 'worked at our 'depth. We year. : Henry and Wayne Testone aa 20. Carter got the first down ,Hazen passed well otherwise. style; our coaching staff likesto The special permit will be required did not have the permit.

:-1114 A good Job of that at spring Wayne Te.tone.Gray'FlyM, backs over right tackle boring to !the Defensively the secondary see," claimed Coach Ro- for hunters In the Wildlife The special permit is In hopes
', practice, but this fall we failed and Terry Hayes"a re' the receivers running are still Intact 17 yard line. _Henry was stopped three times allowed receivers berta. The defense Is ahead area along with 1 the Public of stalling hunters Urn t only plan
!r r f to:give those who make the for BUS this year. and their experience Is obvious cold there by the Ram defense to get behind It, once for the of the offense commented Ro :Management Area Hunt stamp to hunt for a day or so In Bland-
up the '
!, <'.depth an opportunity,, to work,"' "Terry Hayes, up from the on playing! practice field, stated field Hur.and on.. the Then quarterback Eddie 40 year pass that setup GIIS's bark. i- and license which together costs Ing due to the extra cost.IT'S .
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'said Sexton has not played a lot at Hazen went to the air to wide-
"They are very versatile and I
out Wayne Testone. Testone
"Our first string defensive have looked real good so far -
unit has come along real welt this year" said Hurse went up high for the ball,could;

and we will start working .on Reserved Seat Ronnie Hall has been work- n't hold on, but officials ruled I OSMMiatilHETERWILLEGAR
', Interference on the Rams, giving AT
the ,depth now,; stated 'Sex- ing hard at the quarterback position I
W; Grid :Tickets and even harder at the BUS a first down at the I II i
Ram nine line..
yard
e looked a little bettor cornerback spot, commented
Monday and Tue dey. We didn't On Sale NowA Hurse. He Is giving Billy Big I
,. A end Terry
pass to tight MOTORSWhere
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h. i J look too good in the Jamboree ham a lot of competition for Hayes Incomplete. Then
Friday night," said offensives l the starting was
position at cor-
reserved seat section second down Henry wentoverthe
s, ,.v,line Coach Butch Redding, win nerback. on
be roped off and policed during right side for the touchdownwith
Ing about his line. "I am well pleased with
the five home of the the 6.19. left In the quarter.
sterling Steve Register center" until will! we.be'tbI' see Bradford High School games football 'LeMOn steady Improvement Tim Crews, and of Levy Keith Cary Melvin kicked the point You Can Get The Deal Of Your Life On A

It anybody Is better' in '' the ,this season, says Athletic Director Tetstone after to give BHS the 7-0 edge.
as running backs as
scrimmage Friday said David Hurse. "Our boys did a real good job
game back-ups said
Hurse.
The reserved seating pri against the runninggame," says :
:Redding. Chuck: Norton at offensive
972 FORD TORINO
guard has looked good YU."I been badly abusedin Defensive Line Coach Mike Sex

at that spot along'with Gary the past few seasons, Burma ton. Tackle Bobby Dyal. defensive -
MeMo who Coach Redding feela ays, but an extra effort will end Brad: carter, and linebacker M
.has improved 100 per cent over be made this season to grant \ernon Barber were 2 DOOR II. T. VINYL TRIM. FRONT

last year. ,. reserve seat ticket patrons the singled out for playing "their DISC BRAKES BELTED BLACK
privilege which they purchase.The over-ell positions better than
Vernon Barber at the
strong
tackle position la also doing reserved section will be anybody else In the front se- TIRES. RADIO. HEATER, BODY
goodJobT between the 40 yard markersand ven." SIDE MOULDING.
will be roped off. No one Defense was the Tornadoes'
"Randy Gasttngs did
a good
Job of getting ,.down the field other than a person with a reserved strongest side Friday night No. T2662
in the season pass will be allowed It was steady: and strong although -
and
the Jamboree best ODe doing was that probably ," in the area, Buns says. Inexperience did lead to Full Drlvt Away Puts IndvJInj
Children some lapses In technique Sexton -
said in the reserved seat $25 98
'w .::1"I'J'1.HQM Redding. at tight end and section mustalao have tickets. says. The BHS defense,for Silts Tux, T.f, Title 1 lis-MctlM FM 00
didn't put the
instance pressure -
Is :a Ug youngster, and still Season tickets the reserved .
section: coat 410 for the five on the opposing quarterback

..". 1 ,'T7o...;! ,;(oi rowing Pftto" treteraa,Chuck says Dennis Redding.Norton Crawford 180,51Lor purchased hone games.* phoning They the may be need work In passing in that situations.area"Sexton"We ,1! See Clyde Or Ermie Today H

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FPL presents few .. ST. PETERSBURG TIMCS. Tuc-dj>'. June 6. 1972 financial condition. Yes we do ;)

ways need better roads, but the answer ,

to use your I e\ I\ to this and other state problems ',' ''I"

energy is better management of existing .':' :t',.

between 4 and 8 tonight. ,,; state revenues." .'\' y ri:;,

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III 'w TAXES? BOB SAUNDERS, ';

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State Sen. W. E. Bishop. D-Lake .
rtL: 'j 1 City, proposed Monday a penny 'rTE,! ONLY .niwer'to"0uffvgas \y':

tax increase or a 10-15 cents road piteblemi li money," Bishop ", .
toll on every primary highway in said. '''You need to put the heat .
Florida to finance four-ian.ng. of on legislators to increase' the gas 'i '. ,
\ major roads including: U.S. 98 tax 'or levy i toll on every "pri- .
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shortage..And save yourself money too. -' : STATE SENATOR SEPT. 12th *

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America's 45th Annual Salute to Dogs"Dewrn

to ba your'doc's. t t I I t tt'
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bee milliotui friend.of America/a That'B the dog slogan owners / / !":'1:":?i 1/ ,
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from coast to court are ktiV
preparlnc\ to demonatrat In t'10 tea : '

weak-long tember Dog:34UuHundreds celebration Weak of dog starting clubs at Sep Nvtlonsl t r : ;


throughout the UJS. will stage N tPurebred
colorful pet parades dog shows t
and demonstrations of doc
!CIRCUIT JUDGE
obedience workAnlmml shelters
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will bold, open bom and
puppy adoption campaigna. t tf
..HI Schools and and spscielski libraries propsnw.Fund plan displays X t I 8th Judicial Circuit Group 5

I. events are heldto f (Alleluia, Bak.r, Bradford, Gilchrist, levy Union Counties)
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benefit veterinary research t tt
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Alaska Ma i.nre.
A.YAWN humane societies and guide I
JI dons for the blind. Many veterinarians
serve a* school and troubles before they become:
civic club speakers for National big onea. Of Proven And
Interest
Don Week, a non-profit educational Be a good _Ihbor. Train t Best Qualified A Man Ability
project. your dog not to soil sidewalks
CIRCUIT"JUDGE GROUP 6 or :your neighbors' property. A

What Are Some Can Tow Suggestions'Bone DoT Here pup's For suburbanites first mistake, mop, stake up your the The Man How He Thinks 'Somehow we must balance tho right! of those accusedof ,
crime with the right of parson to not be the victim of a
Far ap on the history of his 'Our children ere our most important ...... Vet the crime. A* Is often true, it is eosinr. to state a principle than to
Is A Yeti to outdoors
A Vtfa For Ytwa rag spot you've '
dap. You and your children chosen and take hint then crime rate among youth continues to rise. Drug pusher in put it into action Since we cannot intentionally curtail the t
29 Yaws Jo-Hcbl EzptrlucLThere' will appreciate your own pet regularly. A weeks time. should many of our schools coupled with the inability of many pro right of either group inn anjwur is to attack the root causes
when learn about
more you train him. pie to communicate effectively/ with our youth means time of rimeprevention i I. the butt cure. I
the important role clop have
is running out. Studies show that those who become iuveniledelinquent
played throughout the
ages;
how they have Influenced man- Take care ., your dag.Plentyof often become adult offender later. We must t ,
No Substitute For Experience kind's history and folklore/. exercise and brushing the I break. the cycle to win the fight against crimeA 'Nine ye... service in Circuit Court and in the iuvenile' 1
Remember a health. checkup.If coat regularly Is Important. court of the circuit has given me a unique perspective The j

(rile f. y c....._P ne.1 T" A..T.-. Rob.rt .. PIIt"..T.....) ed your by veterinarian.dog hasn't been lately check-do Good Proper health nutrition and Is disposition essential. younger nun anD with 'lunqthy OMwnonce. in court; our post luttice of Public system Defender has that has.the enposod average! lawyer me to many and tho problems layman t f

www it soon. Regular health can requires more than Just table one who ha dealt with young people and is able to effectively would never knowe.st., t have had the ,Privilege of serving on
extends a dog's life span. Aveterinarian scraps. Use a commercial don communicate with them, ; ono with a proven record of ability many communion, and committee whose sole reason for he-
can spot small food to provide a scientifically and concern could reach. some of those children t ask the ing is to improve our (ubtico, system. I believe in our system t
- balanced diet; check the can's I t chance to try The post of Circuit Judne especially '" a and wan* it to work better
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label to be sure it contains all Juvenile Division i* the logical place to begIn.

t "tI t tj the necessary. vitamins and Personal Background t
TOM AND DEBBIE Visit. :your beast animal 'shel.ler. t
National Dog Week is a
fine time to homeless Born 14 June 1938 in Gainesville, Florida; IOoorcon.,
adopt a
j I II t tit puppy if you dent have one. gresxnan' R. A. (IL..I) and. Lucile Harris Green of Starke. Married t
RIVERS i Owning a pet teaches children t The Man His Background former Saundra Marie Jones of Slarkv Florida in June
r valuable lessons In kindness 1959. Father ot Katherine Marie, age 12; Melanie, age 1O. and
and responsibility. It helps Lee, III. age 8. Children attend J. J. Finley ElemuntarySchoolSchool /
it I io t them dovelop respect for all School: in Gainesville t
1.00K' THE living creatures.For .. | Professional Background (IAI) Education Attended public, schools of B.adlodCountv.
more details and mater.Isl
Florida, graduated from Bradford! School Jun.
High in
,, write National Dote Week. Admitted to practice June 1963 Appointed Public Defender'
1 FUTURE t t'f Ill E, Wacfcer Drive. Chicago. of the Eighth Judicial Circuit effective, I July 1963. Elected in 1956. Enrolled in the University ot Florida in 1 1956. re t
Illinois ftMOI. I 1964; reelected in 1968. Was one of the original' seventeen caved Bachelor ot Art degree 'in" June 1960. Enrolled in
Public Defender' designated after the system was. created the University, of Florida College of Law September l 1'160
'f and received Juris Doctor in December 1962 Stood rIo,.
t tA Since the 1963. he t
position we a part time one in engaged in
ida Bar Examination in April 1963 and was admitted to
I private civil practice with his father I and uncle in Stark f'lorid
Torn Rivers Look To The New Discovery! By July 1965. the Alachus County c..lo.odo' the Office of practice 6 June 1963 Admitted to Bar at the Supreme
the Public Defender had grown to the degree that relocation Court ot. the United' Sidles on 5 June, 1907; i is admitted .
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Future Of District 251A t Said to AssistDebilitated in Gainesville was necessary. to practice before the U. S. District Court of Florida t

Hordes!' t In November 1965 ho and James R. Pierce, formed. thu civil College Affiliations, Kappa Sigma" Fraternity; John Mar.
mac A 'firm of Green lit Pierce The firm thu hall Bar Association Delta Theta Phi Law Fraternity
new long acting tixtiuobuildiiiK engaged 'in \general |"actice
t II t tt agent for truutinir of. civil law. with an emphasis probate, doinuitic, rela. (IB) Personal Affiliations, : First, Baptist Church of Surke t
debilitated hortuns-i being lions and trial work. Stark. Junior Chamber of Commerce; Starke/Brailford.
introduced nationally to the Th. 1969 session of the Florida Legislature made 'full time ser. County Chamber of Commerce. Slarke Notary Club*
t t veterinary medical profosHiutibv vice .Public Defender optional with the Defender He became Bradford, Lodge M 35 F & A.M.. Jacksonville" Scottish RiteBodm'.Morrocco t
a TEACHER TOM RIVERS look t. better future for school, teachers, and the> ,
the Animal Health Vi'It t full time Public Defender in September of that V..thu. be Temple A A. O N. M.S.. First Baptist
chilflrml! coming the 'first .full| time Public Offender in the state Church of Gainesville, Ocila. Scottish Wte Bodlosjd.JjUjI'; ( ; 'I IAfter "

.;I TOM RIVERS took ta tha PEOPLE for. guidance b.caui.h."Miy i wants .... represent' t I noii lIt .P- Squibb Son, the asof In L GaIt_ was handed down by the U S: *"''I' It\' villa Shrine Club Gamesvilfe'fv'ix; [ />te1X.udga; G.u" t
Supreme Court, the office;; made itself available for' appoint. Jaycee, Gainesville, Clumberol) Commerce".. GainitsvilM" )
i thai _Ie. in Tallahassaal P" Debilitation be vuuwtlby
it). can : .. ,.
mint in Juvenile Court matter "li i Cancer Society; Gainesville' Heart Association' United
many thiiijritr overwork. Commercial Trurelars'Circuit
t TOM RIVERS Is .1 ia ... when h. says that h.'II abida by the rule af th. majority. B overexertion oxcoHmve haul- H. has continued as Public Defender of the Eighth Judicial Former i

regardless. af what his awn ,.,..nol feelings might ba! f inir. lilt! a result of disease, I memberThe

t TOM RIVERS WILL NOT FORGET YOU when he attain this affica of responsibility! t tt any surgery combination traumatic of injury these. or f ft

The treatment is indicated t Man His Record Of Service

TOM RIVERS.will always vata with tha best Interests tha PEOPLE !In mind! U* supportive therapy in
I 6 treating debilitated norm.-* (CAI Esamplesofsvrvice ((2)) FLORIDA BAR ASSOCIATION I
TOM RIVERS says. "As a representative, I will ba .ce.ontobl..nly to the people-! when the debility is due to t (111 'Instituted 'first' law student/Public. D."nd.'t.... Presently ""v"'yunSup'Jn"" Court Advisory Com
and ta GODl" overwork or or."crtioll. program in the stale September 1963. endue 'for Irnjilcmentatiun, of thu American
and an adjunctive| therapy for ((21 Office received National Defender Prol.ctgrant, in Bar i tic .!1CJVlnllln.J, '! Stjiuljids. of Criminal!)" ,
I t diseases. surgical "U>leM.. or the amount $35.SCO in 1965-!>> 67 Grant protect Justice and on Committee 011 Providing Cuumol in t
"FOR STATE GOVERNMENT "BY THE PEOPLE, traumatic injuries, accordingto I was. for innovation in criminal procedure, e<|.... Court of.Lesser. _Jurisdiction_'! P"VIou'fv) served on
the pension ot scope representation, Obtained passage Law. $' lntJ-! Conimittiie. Comimttpo, on
A VOTE I II company. af legislation allowing office to accept grant Mass Civil! !O7' oidef_ !._ THOMAS J. RIVERS: II ((3)) Instituted 'first experimental, Recoqm/ance pro trial Lawyer Section. ,
releasprogammstatebcondin. ( n..onl) 1964 (131 AMERICAN BAR! ASSOCIATION
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.: SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic Current statewide pre-trial, release system "is pal Member of. Spacl.1 Florida Executive Commiiteu'
t t Letters, all sizes, colors. Permanent t.rn.dafter Ibis program 'for Implementation-oil_ABAMinimum_ Standard;; t

.<..... '.'Mw.> District 25 tor .use on wood,class, ((41 Expended Student Intern Program to allow operation of Criminal-. -Justice-As such was a speaker on Pro. .
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plastic, paper metal leather., under Section 3 860 Florida Hull's of CriminalProcedure. ,
..... .J ANYTHING! -Bradford County 1969 -- viding.Delnnsu! Services. standard al suicial" Florida
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Convocation (which resultnl in Ih.Chlel Justice of
Telegraph. I (151) Obtained ABA Endowment Giant to 'finance, sea, the Florida' Supreme' Court establishing, the dilviory
der of Florida Defender
auspices NLADA Training
: committee mentioned in U( above! Member
Seminar held in Gainesville 1966 of Criminal Law Section
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((61I ) Evaluator' of Defender' office "instituted national
t II evaluation teamtoevaluateperformanceef Defiin-, ((4)) NATIONAL LEGAL AID & OFFENDER ASSOCI
Sentence 2 1972 der off we*-- 1971. Evaluated Seattle Washington ATION
Hear Mr. Casey Public Defender Of f ice. lJl'.Ma"dChu..Us! Defender Chairman. Defender' Committee Subcommittee' on t
I Committee (Massachusetts Stale Defender' Svs' Seminar 1965-1969
tem1,1972) ; Office of Public' Defender, Dad Coun Chairman" Defender Committee Subcommittee' on
This letter Is written In behalf of several Barents who have ty. Florida-1912. Annual Conference. Program1965
Vice-Chairman, Defender Committee- 1969 70Chairman. t
children In the Bradford County Schools. (171 Member ol Special Advisory Committee to theFlorida Defender Committee1970, 7?. Member.
Supreme Court. Function: to draft amendment -
Board of Directors1970 dale Member
to Florida.1'ul..JL CnmmaPracedun' to '
We have watched with concern as the roll-ical "ca='les" "have comply with ABA Minimum Standard ot Criminal! Executive Committed 1970 to date Member. t
been tn the School Judge. (See b.laws National Defender College! Advisory Committee
ulayed for
race Superintendent fie have done 1971 to date. National 1 Defender Survey Advisory
research for OURSELVES to deterMine the following facts ; ((8k) Member of Jail' Study Committee-Alachua Coun Committee- 1972

ty-1971. ((5)) FLORIDA STATE PUBLIC DEFENDERS ASSOCIATION t
t ((91 Teacher of law and procedure:
1. You have 6 people not 12r on the county staff. All of (1.1) Taught taw of Evidence and Law" .qL Search.. Treasurer 196869
these people are paid by state funds'e. do not feel that the and Seuure, a* pert ot the Law. Enforcement President Elect 196970Preiident t

staff has more people than It should and Is In line or below Most I Junior Minimum College.Standard Gainesville--1970 Curriculum. Santa Fe Member, Executive- 1970-71' Committee1371: date

school systems this size. (btcl) Guest Lecturer on Ethic and Poblem..f (161) FLORIDA COUNCIL ON CRIME AND
Volume Representation of Defendant at DELINQUENCY t

2.. Each tine new schools have been built, three to six t NLAOA annual. conference North Florida Chapter196371
( ) Guest Lecturer--Legat Ethic Seminar-- In< INTERAGENCY LAW ENFORCEMENT PLAN-
contractors have bid the
on Job.. Although the constructioncosts
University ol Florida. College of Law--1966 N ING COUNCIL
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seem high, we are convinced that high- construction costs I to date. Task" Force on Correction196870 t
caused this not We feel. fortunate (dl. Guess Lecturer--Gtdeon's Trumpet-Honor
you. to have the quality'' (181) GOVERNOR'SCOUNCILONCRIMINALJUST-
Seminar University of Florida College of
buildings In our county that we have. Arts&Science. 1968 to date ICE t
.1 Guest Lecturer-State tt. Local Government (sal) Member, Task Force on Correction- 1971

3. In readingthe minutes over the past several, Sol'tl"ar--Un.ty of Florida College of ( ) Chairman 72b ,
years we Arts & Science, 1970. Region II Planning' Council--
cannot find an Instance where you set a policy hired a teacher, Ifl) Guest Lecturer on Court*--Current Events 1971-72 t

or built school without full knowledge and consent of the I 0....*.. Gainesville High' School: and P. K 1 191) AMERICAN JUDICATURE :SOCIETY
school board. Further* noted that the You nge High School: -1971-72.
we
recent cay raises ((10) NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF CRIMINAL DEFENSE -
were decided upon bv the board. We calculated that Igl) Guest Lecturer--Emerging Legal Concepts- LAWYERS (Formerly' National' Association t
everyone I SantaFJunaColleg.-1972. ot Defense Lawyer in Criminal Oases).
received a-Jy Increase except the cafeteria workers who received (IBI) Professional Affiliation. Itt( ) ALACHUA COUNTY MENTAL HEALTH ASSO. :
about a 12,: raise. (Ill) BAR ASSOCIATION OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIATION (Former, member) t .
CIRCUIT (M2> ALACHUA COUNTY CHILORENS!COMMITTEE ,J
Member By.law Study Committee. Abuse/
; Drug
Vice-Chairman -1969-dateElect
Mr. Casey we are encouraging you to continue your't'osition Methadone Maintenance Program Committee -
or not' playing rolltlcs wit our children. Several of us have Courthouse Space Study Committee t

disagreed with you on occasion In the past and at tiMes felt t

you to be In error, but we cannot question your rotlves of

action That Is, we feel you have always acted In what you The Best Qualified Man t

felt to be the best Interest of our school children regardless Ii

or the popularIty or'your decision. We are of the firm con- i

viction that this la the type man .we need as superintendent I I

We feel you have the honesty the courage and the Interest of : VOTE

our children and endorse you as: our choice for School Superintendent. GREE .

We encourage all of the citizens of Bradford County to study i i

the facts and Join with us In your re-election.
SE P' 12 I

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.OX. >es.*'">. "r IMOKASi.-..CMMTt. *. Very truly yours : 5.

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Population May Soon Be Third/Largest InMIAMI Nation ,


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wide boom In Florida. ., the ;n

with about one-third of all The Miami area's 350,000; national marketingand surpasses even the historic It said, '"There has coo '
prepares
area in the nation. boom to
-A beirolt Florida land! rush of the early housing
In the slatlstlcalsurveys. been a
condominiums Is
new Cuban residents major current ltate- 'i
firm' survey of building and -By 1980, Florida could be country under construction In actor la Dade County's buUd- The report said the boom 1920s. pare with the momentum.
growth potential in Florida come the third largest Male the first half of 1972. tog boom. .
has cal ld the al-timo high I
In the country la population. I"P''
building boom .the "Florida
-Land have In- -In the Miami-Fort Lau-
prices
phenomenon. '
The key points/ In the survey creased 10 &to 30 per cent In derdate rental area and, one condominium builder of ,,
1,000
most areas and have doubledIn
published In yesterday -The state's housing accommodations units a has a two-year
In two year
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Tampa Bay
Miami News wereFlol'ida's :
will double in list.
three waiting BISHOP
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years. W. E.
current mmsing about eight years at the pre- -Four thousand persons a The survey was released by
growth rate is more titan dou- sent rate. week are moving' into the St. Advance Mortgage Corp. of
-florida Is the nation's biggest Detroit, a subsidiary of First r
ble the I960 rate when the Petersburg-Tampa area..w.
condominium market National City Corp., whichJ'1ik

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!j JIM WERSHOW not only understands the law .\ ,; i 1

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Born in Jefferson County Fla. ?\>tom ,1

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Vocational-Agriculture i :1J..,'.' "' :. '
I Now farmer and realtor in Columbia County.
Florida House and Senate.
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Adv.) Democrat District 5 Paid for by Virginia H. Bishop, Treasurer

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: Florida Bar for 150 years. Many of you will remember 9 \. j ..I

: J. C. Adkins, Sr.. who died in 1953 after serving you as .r .t tr; f < V'. .. t
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: 'son James C. Adkins, Jr. is now a Supreme Court justice x' t', ; w ,, .'

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'" FOR crry: COt11\nf : "',: tagC"umpingaya/' ) DELL CHAPTER OES Wednesday night, Greater AlIen Greater Bethlehem' Freewill B ber offlcers and members

i..fcCraco' f\dklns Desk l."J.nou. ',: '.t;ir+vent. oil 'from spillontaining. Dell Chapter. 168 will meet Chapel, Rev. C. E. Jen- Baptist Church, Rev. Jasper t.. Fourth and'last Q..rter-. .iah .iIk to >please cooperate I

'.'. .. '' The 1ropit "CCr"E1.fuTff bent, lea secretary tjwx. \iA4Jverslty :" .\ ,, '11 f rally' than e tonight (Thursday) at 8 p.m. kins, rendered services. Williams pastor. Weekly services ly Conference will be held on. :,\"I" h w. ivlty.
,; !> 'wltf; to.; helt Tuesday apt be ( begin Monday night with
asked to
; of Florida, anld6merd.> !:' All members are Thursday night Ebenezer Baptist
Sjl ltlectffiip
pillsalltarthey"ecur
,,. ''W'.tf* (Kejm.,flay as the First ber of (Hampton JthrlsOanChurch. damaging/ bean' present and on time. will be In charge. Friday Choir No. 3 and Ushers Board I ". -cr,
Prirtary for county and state rw. ,, "' : : has an- night, the Church of God In meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday night '
.' This!
? 4 race&Jk Polls',will open at 7 -.Koy P. Clover 0. Incumbent. rtfturicedbyi'\
}l'. \ r' tmi andclos> at 7 p.m., with has served on the Council-; for, snd.EhKfftcwjntr", I net, Long New Bethel .Baptist Church will be In charge. Sunday services day night, Prayer Meeting.
.\' /Votlivlri&ClfeHaU, the- J.past six years He; Is *> ;:Q 'ch, CalifM Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. FamIly will begin with Sunday Thursday night Ladles Circle 14.
i \A fwll '.slateCoft-erflcers will -' war veteran and electrician ''thly./ enf. an be dropped, Day will be observed Sun- School at 10 a.m. Morning Ser- meeting. Story (Hour at the \ "
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I '" ., IM' on thjutatlot, with, Compe'jkflii. ""' began church. Friday tight, Prayer O.\f
and electronics technician tit, F.F.nta 'C: "llIlle| or hellMv day with activities which vices at 11, with !Mrs. Teresa
4 every ra e.>'ollowi Sunland Training Center.Fiancee i ? I 1 Tuesday night. A local pro- Holiday as speaker. At 3 p.m. Band meeting. Dinners will be
'v 1'<\aop i I Nor rod-hy; ana -
is..a brief review of thee ;: a $hnme.d'te gram was given by the church.My Rev. XV, Oliver of Putnam I flail sold from the kitchen on Sat- Gt
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cattdidMte545w4 -- WadswgrtK : deploys urday. Sunday School will start
cumbont* Is retired b'onit\ ,', ; accp' 'lint to"VtJI.iam, will be the speaker. Dinner Reports services at 9:30: with !Morning \ \
will be served at 1 p.m. -
;H- : MAYOR Bradrord County IIQspitalw14';; ..'frt rien1lenv -(.president will be made after the Worship alII. League at 4 ,, .
: &*ar' ? Arthur Bruno, Incumbent, 16/ ameml>pt'ofharlpl I Itlan C iust\t ilQSW3:: : $>rtabl pump. it) Neighbors 3 p.m. service. p.m. Evening Service: 6 p.m. '
Church. : =' ,' y RESORT.,
Hewn and operates tho.Vamp-, r Jr. ,th, 1fw 6 r tf i iititb the MtrlcktnNiMuuvIV : xft .
tar General Store, is .Walt, Brown !is glnp1DyedtGSuninnd ,' ) \ Greater Allen Chapel A ME ;,)
a memo Training' teaterh'd 1 I_ ta riT 'It'f anti| ..connectedfni'lon \ \, Ebenezer Baptist Church,
Church
,, ,Der or }he'.1lanrd-of Covereotli'ofthe' member of the Ilamptonfa- > dt:. tk\.rab\ container. I. ... \ Rev. Leroy Davis pastor Sundry Sunday, Rev. C.E.Jenklnapa.lor. School 10 a.m.- PALL IS BE OF ALL IN THE SMOKIES! Tm'oy the pc.ieeinil fi
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,i' < n IrlMi; .IGII.Il..II.. \ condil'd'4 .4j School, 9:43 a.m. Women'sHome ,; t quid the nunurluin.n riot of' colors in : : i : .
Chamber-: Church. ? yjJ: ;:,' ?*'tr / > \ Morning Service at 11, with the \ : :autumn
,: 'Commence, the ? j 1 The Women : : ;
t. ,- Florida Crown Council of dovrnmtnts. -Ted Curtis ,Is emprojW 1\at, :, l' *:: *<< Wnitmulti) pici'fti ul I t \ Mission Church, 4 p.m. asked Junior Church in char .. Edward IIri%I'. -cool days rcljvshiiij: : rcsilul, itiyhuoiulcrlul' .f

". 4 tha" Moose Lodge, SunlanO Trainings CisnhBf: ,,4'ir'' "iltv fl'',, .. 5+: IJoi! ? ton t 4 i..,Clr \.: \ \ o'Irlr cuaver .. to of the are with this Waters Gospel Choir will ,I'ooJ. Come' I hack:': I'cclint!! trcsli I uti a, I hrcc/c. 11 you likeucliiiy

b,4. n active'member of the member of that' > $, cthodlst,, : >(;e'"W; to. tTes.ltlcantbe.flr"erhlo: }< ; :. ., please cooperate services will appear in a recital at 3 p.m. :: .j, there's, square iluiiciui,, ; ItorHelMcK.00 1'1', crifi' '
; Y I ;Vetw teen"Flee Dept. Church; and mannger'. of the ,,,' : '' ( r( *' :!!l\f\! \V1_ <''rf .. ;.; ,. .. activity.be held next Regular Sunday. Choirs One Everyone Is Invited to attend. '!:ifWi", .I"IJ'II1\I'a.J.; .. trips. I:'0" iuiJ{ P,'., hunt. I ho.it- ,
Men's Slow Pitch SoftbaUTMnVJosephlno :f H ol+; ;' "'rI '," r A .. fl All reports are to be turnedin iiUj. ) !: ) ( coft.iycs, 'loJi-e.' K.itcs
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+- veterarv tftw held tJiQ office of -* *FontaIne>?.t.6. Tt"route '.vrtrt: 'hJM ; ,j.'Jri'' Ao' ,.a".*," ..,w..l ''f. t .: the New Bethel Baptist Church at this time. 1"1".I nl'kr' S'I'I"'II1I: I "\I .1. Ios g. ,raiw," .'
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,,.. Alaor. in 1970-71; vlllc Sun carrier, andls. for troaslIJ'4tl'Oruut ttie.Galnoi. .1fr9"'I"eo: ( '' '.. ihrJr' 2/.'. )INtr xy4pty48u ,''. t'\t.\. ;., ', '. -. y ,.yK,', ','., Thursday night Sept. ",. win- The are Junior asked Choir to accompany and members \- 49.Ic., >11.

t.'c, StOIt CTl'1r CLEJtK Hampton Senloi Citizens CJulDon >.: ( \ rd,, #,cr '''''' t+";t1vS, ( t able f Cynthia Green was the the pastor to Union Community Send'for .'
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''A' J. S'li1annW [rlaler, graduated --1 Hill, previously set/ ) ,' \ '1'f.'I\ '' 'W 1tnJtI I' { \ ,\,. ; .... .', ner Contest.' A ME Church In Jackson- FREE COLOR FOLDER: Dept DB, pantana Village, N.C.
> ved on the Council for.1&yearst /Ui 1mas brt,1 I : 1II 'I", I' .... I
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iaScUpol, )yrttte top Honors. She has been wlltj.lndepentcr41.1t! .r'7'? \' 1U1'l; (, f t. .I<' '''';iI<.; ')f'! ; -"" "
T \ d his since 1948! is a member 'VWM a. a. .camping trip .( I
; +w ,,, hkeek -awl unavailable for an Clvltan Clubr\ IlracjleorddCounty l r'j; 1 ,.
y eveUpmentAutliorjUy,l aKJ tI BIG
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--Lillian IneenJathhas'servod] ; Tursday.Saturday,
rArand Is a'totary
MwnbcK of the iasterna: as City Clerk for the pass tottrS$i1years. ..1 e .l/Frlday;

;,W>bmi>ton- CiirtstiartCouhcUDf.So Is! a aocreiarji'H/ ;'t1/qr"\ :: < }

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rt C 91se s;,.t'sivf completed member ofUicampWltc1apw, : .,
List Church
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t v+ i_ Veys rM ty< In 4adIson vWls.Incumlwnt .JMI.. Olank) Lett,. Jrtlaiwar ; Seen
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Ms 11 rt ES not, running for with Slade las ;.of Stark9.+;'4 I(; r "s ,+u' fi Watch Oo j jN 1j j

aA %'. bufis- candidate refrigeration, and a.lr-'oOindl-: I
tionlng mechanic.' n.i', It \\f\

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tncumixnt; _.Ralph! Trislertrip = 'wa', i',t'r/-' 6l't' .1..

etodthe ;280.1our camping and was fat'\ ;,It I ;W.B, A gQecia s I
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ibtirjof Uie Masonic elected'' from this field :ofcandidate's wPi; $ 4 QJ

..vi ?t1 -h l astern Star 'Ilampum' -_ Uiree far;,twoi: i/; )
I r ;hurch, Volunteer year terms, and one for' aft'. 'I
i Council une\plrcd one-)ca 1"'term 'tbe' i .,,- J
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e'-'->ila mpton'Ken lorel the two-yat terms-''tUi;1,; 1, "

ut k"U ..jliefouytlrhlghotbeing/ awanl*.; )v' 0 .
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and a former $N10n CI1'tZII'S-:: I ; rt" : I Save $2.07 rrEIlJliE

tied, Cross dbinTirtaed Clt1ulnSIllnjo d, '
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courses, lii, punch:: and rdokloa.aW: J + y Kit..L
go { 1 j1 t ur k Men's Polyester I' : Re-Web
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i 1 a The .groupwelcomwj a'visf:: f e MP propylmrs to wrlhNand I
r 'a, aml spivcdlarshui Itor, Jtuspeir'-Wl 1 t1l4f aDd """ r y 4 G .. PMOUDOUBLE KNIT t,; nun and worm. ,I

,' '';lty, were,, lappy. ;' to Jiav* MfshBeitG! |* ;:! d ; a v'. liar 0nroum prrc.t .
197l. baCK i 'J; UP
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i't' { The next meetlt1t.'wLUl'bI"onSeptemlxti nr PANTS vvw.r.r
nndJ'ralrtljii,' 1 15t: at';?t30 .m.o.bt'", } f :M :s:
,fr I ny L> Veterttln, mowd line IfsmpanCItyI11a4)'cora.. ) :, tl t
", + Judge.J1o. 41"find blued, wlUir' (ant lcei.Grestilt. N Yi

served asp etal and Wiiite kaepMriaaatey'l !, ;'1; 11. Th. day of M. uncom'o.' '- AaYY'fjy3. .
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y f, k'an' 1 70111nt11'IIC, It's Crinkly a'ttbirfat. ; >,r'aqVr: r +,tt y ; >v";w. obl.- "nU.d ponlr h I Our Qw.uc..9unr43 1 4v'4 ( '
artAf'an- ,ages Come and bring the"kids' ; ,tL i / I t J t Y,. $y over end our double I ; F .I
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Iran Mr. and Mrs. ;?a'mei fit t'1ll.a1": r 0"0' ,. Ainr.rvrA d pan a
+grkA', (11AnsertInleal'j Smith Hampton [IwakoreturneJL'ijI:, i' ., 'IMen's I } }. w.o""g,ng, A. von,w.o 1/ ei, ,: r.. ,unllow.r..d.o L.d
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j IodgeaudPamp3latieh last, week after :** l0'day.ya( f%{t ,, 4 .< '$:yS' uylet and Color. o va.ty oI wepbrde

l v ; .ales> :' cation In. four statesjJf;;' ( *\1.i. 14.1'' famous Maker )[ r{. S.1. t..30 to .2. v Om Dcounr 1hv.
Mr. =NosSmlUi'S lint ''Vls&Hlii' j\'f$ t "OreM Pants .

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completed! what Uwy; reportedto 'I' rJ 1 TH1 ISWORTH'a vw

be'a wonderful +vastload''.
Home tlrl1 w ; wa. t N .S11M111S oaf --+ Eafle A.T.F. Fluid or
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ter Mrs Martha 1Vptlsmsand' L 4d a .. 0 Route 66 Raclni Oil
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visiting about '25' ; 74;

pbry cording to Mr/tllorne:, ,' ltwas.:; .. k7
wonderful to see all the beau----/ ;, w ? 1 k A { f r ''+ ,Oi/r Pucount' Prie.M ;barn v y; l"- 311:17 tI

tlful places but there'? n .'pI4 ./': ,
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like home ; ;
* Service Mr, and Mrs.' .' Jolm ,,'l4\u.\ ,b ,rJ I q Il't yJ t v-rtil 4WC, 4.ur MMr Wwlr r..lww/ Y "

family of Atlanta, Gt\i".lIeI1 ',"fir, ,a

Motor visited Mr. Half's!: ps 'ents'' .71, .
eAGLF I$ WOtilt '
and Mrs. '.."au; -rtalv and,:1 w'THIS. 'COUPON } i .pLq r $ Qt.r .
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SW r v in (yocwi Mr, and :Mrs. Joe''9./OitYUtk4'huve'returned } '; Shirt UaB ',0 OIIWd I NITbt,_l
. btusds I after! a' two..:.webH* .rei"rr . vacation In Sylva N'C.' : a, ;t.Auteurw. detron t' t :. l
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n. In Batavta. 01. The nel 'I.\P\ .
alder for the funeral On,, Iurrq "i't .

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,y. ',At tarter:: Starters : c oateli'i FamouJ Maker 4 r + 4 h11."Iv; "

, p; 0 'y to .tM6 Regulators "i 1, X: lvCJr Ion Stretch Socks iti 07 ON I ',,FINS thilt i ( I S tiJh .

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... I Easy-Care Cottons Key Coordinated DecorCOTTONS I


The Love Bugs Will Get '
LAYERED LOOK-Back-to-
IN UNISON-Coordinated home furnishing CLASSIC' The cotton cor. KID STCW'-Cotton cordu- school for today's young
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i You take the guesswork out of decorating. Readymade' draper- duroy Jumper is updated breaks into colorful art milkmaids calls for a com- '
And Your Automobile lea In easy care cotton; create an airy look in a softened with a little help from the rot. print for casual school fortable cotton pants outfit I '
geometric fretwork design which is arek yednforeeasy kitchen gsnts.cut with flared ,1 lees.: that's stylishly layered
,. ., Cite( following Is an article Adult love-tags are harmlessand tive pillows and wallpaper. Colors
written by our Extension Entomologist do not sting or bite. They coordination with furniture and accessories. _, I
D. P. Drlggers and feed on nectar and pollen of
D. E.Short). various flowers,especially( I.
WINDOW DRESSING-A readymade window shade ,of NEWSIN
denrod and clover. The flight
small window into OIL MAKES
"LoYe-Bugs" are
of the love-bug Is restricted to slim-ribbed cotton transforms an ordinary
black: files with a red thorox. one of distinction. Used here In combination with a plaid-
The males are 1/4 Inch and the day-light hours. At night they covered lambrequin and cotton cafe curtains, it provides ,
females are 1/3 Inch In length. rest t.Jn low-growing vegetation.The a colorful background for French provincial furnishings
They are native to Florida as In translucent cotton, the Breneman shade boasts a vinyl
The Rains Will well as other states and coun- problem associated with coating that makes it durable and washable as well a" STARKETake
tries bordering the Gulf of MexIco the love-.bug Is the Insects spat fade-and-flame resistant
Germinate Grass and Caribbean Sea. Their ter and stick trucks and automobiles

appearance peninsular Florida traveling along highways AFFORDABLE LUXURY-.,-Color-bright cottons with an
Seed Now was Insignificant until recent during daylight hours. easy care finish make elegance practical asi well as eco oil It
years. Windshields covered with these nomical. The decorative pattern of the roadyniade spreadis a good look at the newspaper you're holding. Without ,
ARSENTINEIAAJA i Large flights of these Insects Insects obscure driver's vision. carried out in custom cotton draperies.,wallpaper, and '
5/ere reported In the Florida These Insects.often clog matching piecegooda used for making the chair\ cushion.UNDER might not be there In the pressed-today',s
SEED panhandle as early as {he late From the film In the press camera to the rollers
1950's. However, southern Lou the cooling fins of the radiatorand newspapers depend on products that come from oil. Even the Ink comes
isiana had experienced them In may cause the car to over
lb.-- .89 the 1920s. (; heat when operated at high from 011.,
By 199. mass: flights And 75% of all our
speeds for extended periods of To get a newspaper out takes a lot of energy too.
50 'Ib. 41.50 were reported one-fourth over of the approxImately Flor- time. Also on U the bugs are not energy comes from oil and natural gas (Including 40% of our electricity).
ida cleaned the automobile In a faster than we are finding
peninsular. fuels
reasonable period of time they But today, we're using these petroleum
These have been
'ENSACOLAIAIIIA gressively flights moving southwardeach pro- will damage the car's finish. LAW them. That's why America!, faces an Energy Gap.

SEEK succeeding year. In- We're your local companies. Working to bridge the growing Energy

September 1971, they were reported Insecticidal control of the Gap. BecaUse It shouldn't be news to anyone that a country that runs on
'lb.--- .59 as far south as south love-bug Is Impractical because
central Florida with scattered oil can't afford to run short.
they occur over such a vast
\
flights as far south as the Lake RE-ELECT
50 Ib. 27.50 Okeechobee :. area. Also, they appear to haveno
area known natural predators or Your Local Oil Campaaies"
of '
Flights 'Jovebugs"occurIn parasites that will significantlyreduce JUDGE ,

;-( fcc r,::;; extend May over and about September.a four-week They their population.. For more Information, write '

AUTOMATIC period with the September DON CARROLLJudge Florida Petroleum Council A country Hrat ruru on ON

-' night usually being the largest. There are several things that 111 N. Gadsden St. cor taffordtot'unahort ,,
FOCCER During these inn tine flights,the can be done to lessen the prob- District Court of Appeal, '
females will mate three to five lem facing motorists. Travel at .First District of Florida 'Tallahassee, Florida 32301
tlmos. night or during the early morn- '
'OnAtftitlle Cearplafsh Female lovo- ugll lay approximately Ing hours avoids the bugs since (Pd. Pol. A-tr.)
/ Riliit, 350 egg! In or on they do not become active until
the soil under partially decay- about 10:00 at
Atftttf.Kill ing vegetation.\ larvae (Immature slower speeds: a.m.reduces Traveling the num- ,..........................................................................................................
AH linen forms) develop In de- ber of bugs that will be spatter i '
avtng organic matter, especIally A i
ed. large screen placed In
Of rW Meeay In hardwood tutnrnocks. front of the grill will keep the
RthiMSAME The larvae feed on decayinp radiator fins from clogging and
1 vegetation and perform a useful will protect the finish on the I FRANK WILLIAMS! SAYS I
AS function by converting: IntiaV front of the car. If a large :
'lIble plant foods. Alter the screen Is not used In front of
SEEN ON TV larvae mature they transformInto tM grill at least place a small
pupae and{ the adults em- screen behind the frill In frontof .. ..
erge In about one week. the radiator

6 oz. i "I A m For Open Housing Legislation. i


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COW Jeanne Dixon) the Washington t concerning, Nor did the she attempt mention on Tom hislilv i .>:\I .. .I: ., !' Political. Roundup. .. .<..:> t :L.' !

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has released her 'ff.
MANURE Ht'cress! just i r. t .

them mid .>very ear predictions xciting or, I don't startling find Kdgloton;idling(: or back Sargent to her Shriver predictions i ; : ." Notable ,,And, Quotable :: -, ><-i: i

Sterilized Weed Free of last week, she sees the blacks :,
Koloir she began t to com ; .
,
nu-icidlue on her so called and the young deciding the : ''' .. w .. .I- .,,{ b. -' I\$lii easel 9nn:' ":'.''.. d xo:;ys )
RCK' hrr election How can they,ItNii ""\s .M.s,,;; ';k'erfhr.::1. Election time. That tlm nof invitational pally *Wte've got to l1arill1u A tl ,* &lU1bil.
1.... 40 Lb. '2.29 J .fe7 lulgM'she'dJd Uufiilg llg STrisl'inupfet'ti.elULut! i to win "> She .W lrnll 'p6''ll\ica\ : o 4' 4' j't, 1t, year when campaign posters ?.EJkj *ti8mepon' Washington"fodtatfy, ) :\ r... .12". I," "o. "m.llr-fllb: I
pf'dtt.tion" i ( J and \ 4.. ,- :riV't1"' n
1* Under national/ "told*local- to. ; -w sprout\!rom tree trunks treett.Monday night -Pl'n (
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of years, dfar:( :as'II can Dorl Segul candidate for ,-i .
handshaking takes on the vigor Fran1' Howatt, candidate for I"4
10% CHORDAN ElI lU'lermine. haven't I been loo .lighten. their security against : of training for an upcoming county Judge! "There are going county commissioner,' District .,. :
good assassinations ,'-.:,' Olympics contest. to be a lot of hardships In the One: "'1'11 promise you only ," ,*,; .
I FuwAus And Man)' More Looking back through my files Probably writing under the : .k( < Candidates saying a lot of beginning" as judicial that I'll represent you and all :.", : :
Insects I find most t of her predit lions influence of McGovern's pledge things-some of it about the restructuring under Article others." .",.,1,) .
wore not much more than andm of one! thousand per cent backing : political posts they seek, some Five Is implemented." John D. Thompson :, ;
4Ib. Beg-1.47 .ilcd. t-Ua-ss.! The ,iver.itfe: well of Kagloton: she states George I 1 of It just chatty bits of Bob McCarter, candidate for candidate for supervisor oi .'i1't./, ; ,"' ,i .
!WcGovern has opened the information, as they meet the tan pnllcrtnr ij'UHitjyrinttn do .
magic : .
elections will do
read and well informed citizen electorate, In roots BfP 0"""* : h.1 the job. ,,,fie I, .
grass .
door fur and the '
Kagleton 'I'
,'(Odd probably 4u us well mid hit young politics In action. Frank"Williams, candidate S. B Lockhart speaking In "'M'' ," :
JIH n,'in\' nails ort In* head in the man "from Missouri' is on hiswu : '; Here are a few of tI1 f for House of Representatives, half of his son,Bill Lockhart: v a't1"s:'" :
lung r."IKimlng.'n; >'. opened the door alright : quotable quotes from ar i District 25.: "I am for open andidate for House of ..,' .
1 the Democraticfoimnlioi and kicked him through it, I housing legislation!( Representatives, District 25: "i'Z1: .
<} tf BMMm M 'He won award there ")1" ",' :
: W IT B B every : .
she mentioned She sees no hope of the returnof | ". '
,\won" ,' i
School Board, District Two: was to be ; in 4-H club :.
Kennedv un,< Muskic\ us possible prisoners by North Vietnam : "' '. "....a definite slap in the work. ref/ \ :
; ik
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nominees! aii'l t other strong ur.lt'se!\ really bomb the dikesIn i I''' '..,'t'. ,':"4,, '! i face..." when educators' right L. H. 'I Buddy( ) Hough. > J.
.1> Yr
candidates its Humphrey, earnest The begging approach : ; ,. to f1'oip1n! students was candidate for sheriff: On the "h> 16,'': iF s.
Control Rats Senator Jackonn\ and Eugene: advocated by Senator MGovern, I,); < 4 ". subject of'publicity: accorded ;IJJ"(' ,' .
Slelorthy: a* strong.: runners but she states will never work. ': '" tired T 'es ndidate drug arrests "We're going to ,:; s
And Mice Now never even mentioned: Senator Internal troubles will continuein Z 101 rvii.i: .lections: have to quit ballyhooing this on t,fs :: '
:Mtio\ern: Egypt and President Sadat will "Yes I think It would be a good the front page." :', I.

D-CON While she saw great de nger to be in great physical danger and : ,,<. >... idea." In response to a question L. O. Davis, candidate for ,, y', ,
'.... of if she would be in favor of sheriff: "I've been around here -'
The/ Killer !I'lt-sidont" Nixon on Im trip to should be on his guard. She sees "
: i/ placing voting machines in a long tlme..1 was raised right (" i A
(China she prt'di"I'd he would be no cessation of the Arab -Israel ., .'.;*1. .,' ': various areas for instructional here on Washington Street" .. ,{1 ,
nominated .mil, win the election quarrel in the hear future i "' HI' P' :. S
1 lb. Pellets 1.47 :: I i purposes. where his father owned a store. l 5 lM tq t-
Mu saw Governor! Wallace only .According to Jeanne, big thingsare ., '> Thomas J. Rivera, candidate Dudley W Ovrett,candidate t: ,"f'--: :
1 lb. ,Merl l 1.47 .is an also ran .nd nothing ahead for Shirley MacLaine : : .", for House of Representatives for sheriff: in response to a ,.' .'' I''". :
She is working cloely : :, District 25: "I want to ..
seen very I' question asking if sufficient S .
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with McGovern and Eagleton : represent the total funds are available for TIP ; 't. :
Alii ENS MOWERS community, ( In Pushers .
QUALITY during the presidential cam for.Turd ) .
Evidently this predictionwas v Gus Thomas, candidate "So far.....e're ; K, :
paign. of elections "U "
: supervisor : I'm r;
going to need more in the !
made before McGovern : elected voting will not be a 'v" ':
future-we Intend to stay on .
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A
door. This creates to
the problem
slammed you. !this drug thin g." >
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quite a credibility gap for the Joe Harnage candidate for 'C-:'; !
: supervisor of elections "I see Richard Parks candidate for \ ';h.. ;
c. S :
seeress to overcome. : ,6 county commissioner, District .
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should
no reason why people
r Is seen In a peckof
George Meany One: Explaining the for
have to drive in or be driven in reason Z
trouble with bitter disputes : to register" his tardiness in arriving for the
among labor leaders as to future J. H. McClung. candidate for rally and noting it was the first i
political activities and policy. county commissioner: District such occurrence In aU his year
:Mayor Daley and President. ? Five: On the ,ubJect ot of campaigning, "A bunch or
r :
Nixon will become buddies rednecks" tore down five of my
George Wallace will walk againbut : signs. :

not without help. Prime


,while Golda Ministers Meir Leonid Indira will I.remain Breznev Ghandl In of power and the I BILL LOCKHART Says : I

L'SS. R and Willy Brandt of
West Germany will dim a bit.

washed Mayor up John politically.Lindsey So predicts Is all i "I'm Opposed To Open Housing Legislation, Because I i ii

'5 H.'. 26" Cut Jeanne Dixon. i Believe That Every Property Owner Has The Right To's '. :


NYOrLITY\" Sell, Lease Or Rent His Property To Whomever He ,


FEATURES(; My Neighbors J .:,.- .--fa. ; ;,;

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ONLY Toro Quality.349.9S R ;;,

i FOR A STRONG VOICE
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'Hand Mowers
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21" Cut 4 a i SEND A CONSERVATIVE TO TALLAHASSEE' i



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Williams.family In.Wsltborn onSunday. CAN BAG+, ,. ai't .c.
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Byron of Waldo ,....guests of .. I
his mother. Mrs; 04. Phillip,' iDetergent
Sunday. ' Mr. and Mrs. James Pearson i, 22..., 49'0..' ;
and family spent there vacation 'h J>) "o, .. .OTTLI :38C *Detergent ... :>, SAO._ !vA8e. ,:
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in ahelby N.C. with their i) .
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mother and family,their elsterMrs. ,- ;{'Xt
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1 'i Swoezy, In ,Charlotte N. l 1 "
Helper 2 I.op $ t9
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t C., and. sightseeing at Chimney A 'KGS. : cAHS ij: .
N.C and. the ,mountain 1-- tt.: o n t. '? 'y .-:: % /fm..IvaAa.i.ehM11'e' .ji,! ':! ,
theE I "! iI SAVe'e .LtACH (Ik: Offl
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Wellborn Monda I '
*Ii Mr. and on Mrs.'Hubbard) Harley -, ',' "'>ti!' '. ,,,1.'; 'oo ,1 .1' ',. l JU 0 28e'. [ 6O.G,:,', 89C'',,.... ,'

4 of BushneU,pent the week' + I";; yMAND'USDA, ,'CHOICE'r.' ;J;: !: : ; t{.\ .1:
end with t their, son; Randy, and I ,i1.'Ii.r;.!,.., Fyy 1. .It' 4 5 rJ'.i' 4t \ y 'iNTtNSive CAM fAMIIV..". .. .., ..:. ,.; z' .:..: : .:!:.
fi other relatives here'. (' .. ,. .
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Mrs. P.L. Dlnklns re{urnedt to :rr 'f ;1'\t\: ,,: "., ,I:J it 1Pf"I SAvE 20. emi LlQUIO OIKlt'DAIILlNG''O'/ATO. / .M. :. '-, (
her home here Friday'after ;'d ,C'\1"t\ { / :\ : : ''

a./. children spending several Mr] and weeks Mrs.with''Jlm'her .a":'(.V ': +I 5' .tT' ; \\t.. {? !:* 'Shampoo .. IStE I;:" $1'19" Biscuits. ,.: .:....2--39:. ; :c(. .

,: Burton'' of Jacksonville Beach ': 1 ...B.rlytw"; ,. Y SAVE SOc STOKEIY CREAM STYLE OR WHOLe KERNeL DI1DE"DARLING'PIAINMARSLE: '' ;OR ,CAJSIF4! y '2"*: ":' &, ,. :. .iI
a Mr. and Mn. Paul Dlnkln,. yyy' fi,!{'
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a and Efcvld, of St."'Augustine,. ; "" /: Corn 6 $100 1 Pound Cake S 69e
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<<. Cox. of Santa Fe Lake. The 11. "vEi: l.. ''I<.\WP, bRAND USDA CHOlu..ee" SAVE tot THRIFTY MAID "erta FAN .A ,

' :' i children -gathered' In ,St.. Augustine -, $ \ Chucl(: Ste l : 'SSe' Tomatoes 6 $1 Peanut Butter ; '
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wedding on anniversary Sunday toobservethe of Mr,and '? : I f;" ,.. '. V.,. ;..- ., La. .. CANS ._ l; ..
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a ii Cox P.L.birthday brought Dlnkln anniversary-of, .her Mrs mother* Horace-twine'Mr*.' ,' 'Shoulder. .. ," .' ,, ', Roast. ,. .1./'I,,\'. f (/: $1 18 Catsup .,.a27C Kotex'$ ,. >? ..-:- : 4.C'Lor. ", 19, c. ;

i and the Dlnkln: ,of St. Aufuart ot Jel x; "' J l,,)J\9u"N!\ ',: ",. filelrmJWl'Jld. ..., .. '1, 'l eaii., .t4ti'".... .1 1'" ,.;"ff.A.. .. CKACKIN'iOOOD, ,>*inNC'H., ... (:j, .*. k. 'Eli. .-, ....J
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I tine came Friday:'andwere, 'aAV a" IE $ 99 c .'
fir,, i overnight fuest, of there B.' : 1 '.: 1f. ,,; Saltines, si 24 .Dressin .," sn t-.
f" parents ," .I.rp ,rl,: \ 7a ':::,.. .-: ; ItG: ,tj ; g,: .r :;: ;p, k ;
bl I ,and Mr Mr Rnul*.. \Bud Dtnklns Cartert, 'and'Mr. sl WO "NO UlGA'CNQICt; : >'EE' NlW YOAB ,l"Ji' ; ;,:rl19Te ':I9. k, CRACKIN-0000" SAVs-11l ,CelP.i! UII1', ;'; ;" ,_;;;,.' ,'. .,..i.'t ,-:,' -''w: x". (

f,V\ of Charles Starke Dlnkln came.for.>knothar'the, ,day son on; ,Strh ;Stecak&,;.\;. .; ; .;,!'. ,, f,.lOj : : $9 98 ',';: .,Dixie Pies 3 ;ss: ;: ,$1 ,Mo y rt :; : AA R A3_B..C""

, .:', Salurda y. I ( ( J V, -.V''' : CRQCKIN'OOODTOAsnll.. IQftyr. ?E SATHROOM s .,;' ; .: .

j ft. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Ere!.,' uBdking-Henife i" ,i; a... s : I Pastries 3$100;: ; :' :l r' ;
of Lochloosa, ,Mr.and] Mrs.- .;:. i- i La.49c ,,'. : Tissue: > '.i 3 : ; BC"
f Bates and bel',two sl.t.re..of r .
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r: SWEPT j Si '.r r 't* lV.y.vHICKORY ; '. SAVI I9c REGULAR OR SUPER KELLOG I' f Hawthorne cousins, Mr., were and guest Mrs;*Jim of their Rosier < :<< '> \'Jt'-'';" Tam \ $ 'l4CplOATE .
:Sliced r Flakes .
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', Friends of Gene Eunice regret 1''M' ... .
--s' [I"SAVE JOclb W D BKAN6 USDA CHCHCI.SMf SpNIieSS '" SAVE CARNATION" : .

I''I' i 2 to In sonville.St.learn Vincent's! that. he.Hospital Is a ,patient Jack-. ; OeBmomco," "'Steaks. L', $189 Toothpaste 1UE? ; 69C :Skim .Milk> ,8' S: ''$1SAV 100 1

v Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bar-; _. ;) ,.'. i' |,4C VITAllS/ TMtlffV'/Aj/) eJC;;;,j."' "" ,' .
field were guest of their, t: SAVE .I"It lb. w.'. SRAND, "OSOA CHOICE! SIE NAN|.IAK :? : .. '
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and sister-in-law Mr. ,
brother TomatoSauce: ,
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of Keystone Heights were din : \ $ CJlH" '" : \;' :
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.... ner guest of their brother-in- 'I.P.0'. 'Pi,e5' ..,, ." ,.", "' 'I.> V6: rRWfef. .. .. c ... *; >. -;.L". ;t.-.q ... -
': I law and .leterMr. and Mr*. ./L 1: 'i fRESM CRISP! (MO HEAO OVER Me) 'V'- .*.SUNniit :.'., ',-r. \ ..,;, ,

I ;'I':,'" ,ie* Hermle Mr.. and Kelly Mr on'l. Freddy 9.day.: Moore, -5., Po.I.S:.aura Dl JUICI,I CrMtL1l I tlfR, : ..p.4- i ..- ".. ':, ':-... 69 Lettuce., '. La.19C; :: 10mcfnsV: '.15'.-. 'j-' \_:69'c':' ';". '

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I t'::" '::1; :I, N.C., pont the weekend //4 IIIY'' .IfMIAOEiINkO .AFOUTAR'' ':"I VINE RIPE "T :
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Tomatoes 33.c ;
t',; :: Mr*. Fred Moore Sr.. on their Lemonade! .6 4 et' 79C La, ; 'ii/p i .''r..re'.C. :

way to Homestead the. win-, .,..''.. ,'.v.\. .. CANS ,liED DELICIOUS GlUM.. -GiANT NlSltTSff ".", -
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'j' SPRAY red tpidert, thrubberylhauld The ate was" Aug.. 28 when we counted clouds each day and Is typicalof through October period te the Homer W. Hl er. professorof :' lOG million of 60,000 eons degrees,' generating Fahren.MU Wheat t< ..-",,\
MIAMI 791.
be sprayed during shot J.9U deadly bolts summer anywhere In the most dangerous portion of the meteorology at the University fl.. time the beat of. trSeethe
the hoi 4 w..h before ments Peninsular state The June W research
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at 1.25 million Miamians an *vrage of near \ of
cold weather rah in Frost which h* and Hlser both isbi **
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: SHRUBBERY just the first four week of ly 140 deadly bolU from the .
can damage throbs thai August. helped direct showed that there U a lack of Uniformity
occurred on standards la Instruments
thunderstorms and
beell'poyed
j. have |must' There was only one hit. The 131 of the 141 days between used to study the heavenly 'Ifireworks.
victim died Instantly. 13 and Sept. 80 ever the It prevent man 1ft;
May
NOW! One or two tprayingt, of oil Floridians have learnedd. to i: :.. cereals 'round the clocK southern half of florid from'' getting a more accurate. :art

emultion; should be applied survive hurricanes, snakes, Lightning occurs much picture of .nature-i most pow- *
LORI DA NOW for best reiultt. alligators and poisonous tnnects more frequently than most itrlu1 rorce.... ,
but there's not much realise" Riser said\ Not even the result can be ar
IJjISTITCHIMICAl they can do about lightning. Cereal Snacks Combine Taste And AiirifionSnacklng people"And for a brief time ,r- one catalogued with much accuran
Our staff of trained expert of the second-one Estimates range from 100 "X
ONTROL Except get out way. 10-millionth\ of I cy.
9 entomologiitt n ready to And Florida Is the most Cereals' interesting textures sauce many to 600 the average number of has become part salt. bolt generates
make them pleasing y S teaspoon garlic big ..
North and flavors and killed by lightning .1
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car serve you lightning-struck state of the American way of life. snacks as they come from 1 teaspoon onion salt times more light, person In
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America. We are eating more of our 1 teaspoon celery wit. than the sun." the United States one year.
Add, more variety power
964.5745 ":Sot enough Is known about day's food as snacks than we the packages.combining several cerealsor Salt U desired Hiser said that a big lightning A 10-year tabulation by the *i
how to combatIt did a few For by about of health In "t" I
lightning and just years ago. favorite cereals and pretzel. bOlt. measuring
adding your Combine
laid J. W. Beville, Florida that reason snacks should be by and seasonings to a baste In a large shallow pan. Melt three miles long but only a Jacksonville show that 110 )1
Do You Have UnansweredQuestions Power and Light Co.: engi planned so that they contribute spices cereal snack mixture. Spicy butter or margarine in a small few Inches wide and thick. Floridians died as a result of ,'r.
neer. to the days nutritional Cereal Snacks. Curried Cereal skillet, add spices and mix would generate. as much at W lighting hits between 1981 I'
bout needs. Snacks and the Milano Snack well. Pour seasoned melted trillion watts through 1970, an average of ItJi
A BEVILLE OVERSEES an Cereals are an ideal food for Mix Will soon become a between butter or margarine over cer "Each meteor or about 39 nearly 12 per J..r. Seventeen "
electronic device which counts snaok time .as well as for meal favorite .eal-pretzel mix. Mix thorough Inches of the bolt, would died in 1968, the blahest one- -)
the lightning strokes roughly breakfast. They contribute Im < ly. Heat in slow oven (300'K) total.
AIR CONDITIONING? within a 25-mile radius of Mi- portant vitamins and iron and \ CEREAL SNACKS for i about 30 minute. stirring release 780 watts," Hoer said. year in the Miami area, 10 lightning
are relatively low in calories. SPICY Serve .warm,
all hit the ground."In every 10 minutes. deaths occurred between
ami.ot:
I Cereals are also low In fat, an Basic! Cereal' Snack Mbt in sir-tight
August or cool and store REFERENCE measured
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the first 28 days ONE 1933 lnelll1'1l.
a&pect important in many diets < butter or margarine.melted served Yield: ,
II ; cup container until single stroke at
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I STARKE APPLIANCE SERVICECan we tabulated today. Nutritional facts about About 6 cup. a
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Johnson & Faris Inc.
CADILLAC'. OM>SMORII.R' : ,

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SEEDS PLANTS ,
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Taken On Citdlllac Trades Insecticides Pet Supplies ,.,,< .: ....,, -
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Clean Used Toyota LIDDELL

17011. N Moln 376-12G \ "

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"GU.u For, Every Purpose" J
POWELL'S Store FronM-Mirrors <

Beauty Academy Tub Enclosirrc*. -.Showers .'
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Spore Time. Full or Pnrt Tim NEW LOCATION t 1 14r
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Farm Si Industrial "Herbert Schwartz Is one of the finest legal scholars I know. Herb '
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( and- RewlndlngNew Used, Tractors writes well, he thinks well; he is a'hard working, compassionate'' and "

Hydraulics Hose fair man. He will be an excellent Circuit, Court Judge. ..
.21116 N.". 6th St.--) Ph. 372-A118 and FistingMOVERS

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Steam Cleaner Attorney General 1

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Packing Pick Up & Delivery

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I- PIANOS & ORGANS no. ZI CRIME FIGHTER .

,Van Service, Inc.: CHOICE OF THE ARTIST!

3.WN.E. Waldo R4. C'vllle, /Jpham .
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that Herbert T. Sehwartu; I ISflrst, choice ) : ;'I'l: '
INC.Factory It means :
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Farm and Industrial t SIX" Having been Deputy Attorney ,, ..' Ati < :*
'y:. ', Court, Group Attorney General 1 f( ': 4' : 'l .r },! : ,
Equipment '., ..'Bob She ln, Herb Schwartz is author of numberous 1 :..":.
A, opinions furthering( the fight against crime in our great state of I I J ,,\\f,'. .. ..
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,? believes., that ultimate' freedom for I ;J' :
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AuthorllodPonlioe ) FORD : violence stifling daily life everywhere, Ibelieve, the greatest : ,. b w \
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the Innocent "
and sure Justice that protects .
is swift ,' r. d'
crime
SaPes-P Farm Tractors & Implement! "' I"" to with the backlog ,
"-S.rvlee' ) Schwartz Is also concerned < .
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of swift Justice i
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and burn '
SALES. PART SERVICE promises to get to work early ) ;#.' "*+r.;, "
372-2583 situation.. So,what; '
,' .r'1' effort to reverse this { F. !vl i

4488 N W. 6th 379JMar.ATSESVll.IE. oJ "1 ', .,''1 :((12'a I ; dedicated to be the State's Number Two Crime Fighter It means "t' ,,,,...... /! **, '. 'I', 4
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HOMIE"'UPAIIlIIoSIE"CI K(: law and order and loved ones. 'bt y T ". r *,,, .',;!,, ,

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:it2kMOBIL..,.1' ft SupplUs, Inc.Authorized .. .. who want Herbert.T. Schwartz f elected.0cu1.1 udP:' ,,

I'r..lrr For Paid; for by .I.to' people : -.

2o N, t, Waldo Rd. F. .'""lnt."h..1I\| Clyde Martin Campaign Treasurer.. .. -I' '.
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//vrarning Issued on Use of Microwave Ovens A 1 12,000 Mi.'S CENTER' INC. Acceptor W.I A,


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"' BRUNSWICK, Ga. ... Ra. door seats," the safety expert leaking microwave ovens. He interfere with cardiac Pace- planted Pacemakers should stant use."Perhaps. 12 / .' ;: H diologlcal safety expert Henry explained. says the U.S. Public Health makers. probably avoid contact with the best advlce'be Mo. (f 1 ft Tr.de
Copeland of the Georgia Department 'Service also confirms the fact microwave ovens altogether," concluded"Is. to follow the t Warranty w In.
?"I> of Human Resources -' "Leakage caused by accumulated that microwave radiation may "Heart patients with !tmI he said. manufacturers Instructions t
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''Co'( : hit issued a warning dirt or grease or by I. the letter. Complete Parts & Accessories

ni rtl. :,'on ovens.,the use of microwave danger.loose or While worn hinges there are is the no Marsh Hen Season Starts Sept. 2 a "A health help to hazard the housewife, it all depends or- "The convenience of a microwave -a .......... --- ---....
be boonto
v4'.':, ;!t"I. r deadly killer rays to worry on maintenance," Cope. the busy oven housewife can a not a
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"'' ', about, the deep, tissue-damag TALLAHASSEE -Florida'smarsh DaD Limit 25; Possession land said. "The microwaveoven potential source of danger to
,m ,1.i'i 'Copeland l concedes the ing burns, a poorly maintained hen hunters. will fir tile Limit 29 (single or in aggregate must be kept immaculately her and her family if she fol. MADAME BESSIEPALMIST
speed. of the microwave oven'C' leaking oven may Inflict tint run of the 1972-73 Mason ) clean to be safe. It shouldbe lows the Instructions."
9B i on Saturday September 2, with Florida CaUlnulet Dally
incautious cook
'-Mirlglnally l l l l designed top on an tile opening of the statewide Limit 15; Possession Limit 30
can be very serious. cleaned with plain water I
,t* quick-cook commercial use- Mason for tnmttac. rails and Sportsmen ar*. reminded by PU.s. Vote For and. PAST PRESENT rUTURIMflfWI
i makes It undeniably attract Copeland says that irreversible Callhml the Game and Fresh Water Fish using no abrasives after each AMWCf OM
tive to busy housewives. eye damage Is the most Tn MUCH will continue tbroufh Commission that the season on use: Elect Your Friend, and .au..earn.
nt l t A However, he cautioned, purple calllnule has been closed .. taws
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serious threat with
one-baffhourbe MAIM*** a >-
Jf 'both present users and fito associated booting from and only the Florida galllnule NeighborK. LONOWOOD
> ture buyers expected to total ------- --- for sunrlM to onMt. nay b* taken. "A tight seal must be en- 871-2250 IN PRIVACY OP MY HOME
,*' tome 200,000 in the US. EQUAL RIGHTS for the Baa limits for the season are Most rails are found In saltor sured. Loose hinges should be II. (RUSSELL) HOURS A.M. 10 P.M.
:c by 1975 should know that as follows tidal marshes while tile FlorIda tightened or replaced by a CALLAHAN ON U.S. 1 NORTH
if there are potential hazards sexes will finally be her Is ) found, qualified repairman as soonas
Clapper andKtagRaUsi Daily galllnule generally 1/2 MILES FROM CITY CALLAHAN FLORIDA
"> associated with these quick- when we read about an absentminded Limit 15; Possession Limit In fresh water ponds and lakes. they are detected. GREEN J' ss 00 ...*.. /h. gzOeF WM "'"". Car.
heat units. woman tourist 30 Score( ,or In aartgato Rails) Both rail and galllnul offer
driving and forgettingher and Virginal : excellent opportunities to sharpen "The air filter should be TO COUNTY COMMISSION
I away shooting reflexes for the cleaned monthly, or more frequently _L
"The principal danger Is husbanij at the filling sta opening of the season for migratory 1C the oven is In con DISTRICT 5 'r ,
from leakage around oven tion. dote on October 7.

Electricians And PlumbersNew
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Clay' County Ordinance" Requires A Certificate

X of Competency To Qualify Fer An Occupational
;: 8cholarship ,
} e from the Univer License. Applications And Intermation
n' Wichita State Uni- ,
Ar* Available Starting Sept. 1 From Clay County
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P%: d YI ) Zoning Commission Office Located In The CourtHouse t
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Annex On ,IdlovilU Avenue (State Road '16))
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oncern tT' In Green Cove Springs. Applications For Master ,
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1\\ K C Schwartz alarmed that more than half the people in jail in this ,

\ country are there because they're awaiting trial, not because they've Examining Board Not Later Than 4:30: P.M. Sept. 28
(iffyvr : been convicted. Yet, thousands of defendants go free, not because ,
To B* Considered During This Examining Period.
of acquittal, but because courts feel too overworked'to consider the
t, cases. What our court system needs is concerned judges who are not Certification May B* Attained By "Grandfather" ,

(I afraid,of long hours of hard work, clearing the court dockets. Such
a man is Herbert T. Schwartz; young,energetic dedicated "a mane Recoproiity Or Testing As Defined In The Ordinance. ,

of law to serve the I laws of men." .
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D'r", 1:: and burn the courthouse lights late in an effort Schwartz holds membership in the American Bar A Association the

t.: to clear court dockets of the backlog of Florida Bar, the American Trial,Lawyers Association, the 8th Judicial Fantastic

'"'. cases which presently impedes I justice Circuit Bar Association the American Association of University
Professors the,Air Force Association and the Alachna County Men ). (

t tal Health Association Board. Savings

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':'", .. Has America really come to this? Help Herbert T. Schwartz States District

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of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, and the United States Court of New Westinghouse

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I commendations. too numerous to mention Expressions! Models AS241L2K, AS181L2K
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Miller Health Center; University of Florida Law Center; United Fund

of Alachua County;Gainesville Jaycees;Altrusa Club of Gainesville; 24,000071] - $266.00
the National Secretaries Association; the University of Florida Athletic

Association; and Senate President, Jerry Thomas among others.
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'1 't Herbert T. Schwartz has the broadest( experience in all types of cooling capacities Eleven-

s \ cases. The Courtroom is not only where he has made his living;
I the Courtroom is his whole life. Schwartz has represented vou position thermostat automatically

in every trial court in the state of Florida and every court of appeals maintains desired room
in the state of Florida. He has represented you before the
Florida Supreme Court. As Deputy Attorney General, Schwartz.; temperature 2-speed fan,

# has represented you before the United States Supreme Court, High and Night Cool Vent
protecting the dignity of the people of the State of Florida.
\ Schwartz has represented you before Committees ot the United control exhausts or circulatesroom
States Senate'to preserve Florida's offshore environmental and
air draws in fresh air
} z mineral rights., He has appeared your behalf at the White House or
6 before President Nixon's Council on Consumer Protection. Adjustable air directional
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As Deputy Attorney General. Herbert T. .
Schwartz has represented you skillfully I dehumidification Protectedby

f., before every court in this state and before 1 Herbert T. Schwartz.is dedicated to the realization/ that what our Westinghouse Nationwide
iY the United States Supreme Court.Herbert.' court system needs is judges who get to work early and burn the
!: courthouse lights late. With more than half the people in j jail In Sure Service New easy

this country tr.tic. : only because they are awaiting trial;and thou-
'( sands of others freed,not because of acquittal,but because CO K,< mount kit makes installationfast

fi T. _' feel too overworked to consider the cases,Schwartz knows that the, and easy in windows up
Judiciary is for the active: hard working young man who devote all

( of his energy to speeding up criminal .and civil trial dockets.. t.. to 48"'wlde

Paid for by a lot of people who want Herbert T. Schwartz elected Circuit; Judge. SAWYER -

i J Clyde Martin;Campaign Treasurer.
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Those City Amendments BREAKFAST Now IMPORTANT .f 1ILw th 'tA4i 1
that school has started
children have to get up so early -
Starke will It Is difficult to view the proposed brmkfitst Is most Important. '
Voters In the City of amendment except with mixed,emotlons -: Eating good break&st
'face two Important amendments to the Is a .good start for the thy.
for there are good arguments
City Charter when they go to the pollson Studies have shown that workers ( -
12. on both sides of the Issue. On the, who tuck away a good meal )

September whole however It appears that advantages before work get more done thin .

that outweigh disadvantages In those who skip breakfast--.-or
The first amendment provides favor of the four-year term for eat a poor one.
the City Clerk Chief of Police and
five City Councilmen shall be elect- city officials. As the morning goes on the : ;
hungry ones grow less '!tlel-
the 4
instead of
ed for four-year terms The second amendment to be votedon ent. After lunch they do bet-
present two-year tenure in office If ter for a while; then they slow ;
provides for a MayorCommissioner
approved by the voters this change up again.
1973 form of government for the Cityof
effect in October ,
into
would go Starke. This change was sparkedby What.Is true for these work-
and would not apply to officers elected revision ers is true tor homemakers k.
a of the court system In
.next Tuesday. weight watchers teenage girls 1 .
Florida I- Jt
with
doing away municipal .4.
and everyone else. Those who 4 1 s d+ .
is believed to be favored courts and placing their functions under eat a good breakfast have a nwr
The amendment .
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by most incumbent office hold- the County Court. better chance to doa day's work \.i'. }> :; "
well than those who neglect

ers. They argue that a two-year Since the chief duty of the Mayorat breakfast Children are more
term hardly gives an official time to likely to do well In studies CUBS Agency
with the duties of the present time is to function as and .
become acquainted games.Here's Political In BradfordThis
Municipal Judge, and his only compen- Rally Days Expanding
he is faced with another
office before
his
sation Is from fees derived from municipal a three-point test of a LITTU Plan
election. A City Councilman court cases, it is unlikely that good breakfast: (1)) It gives ( Housing

for Instance has a chance to workon anyone would want the Job of mayor, you protein, vitamins, and mi scene at Hampton School grounds Is typical of.

only one budget during his two- without any compensation, and without nerals-materials build and the needed to th* wsll-ott.nded rallies sponsored throughout the county CUBS Economic Agency' : ,Inc.,
repair and
year tenure which is not enough to any duties except to sign proclama- to help keep you healthy.body ((2) by the Democratic Executive Committee. The final rallyIs Community Action Agency In

make him an authority on city finances. tions and preside at ribbon-cutting It provides fuel for body ener LOCKIURT REPLIES TO set 'for Stark this Saturday night.. Starke housing program has just through expanded Com Its.

ceremonies. gy. (3)) It tastes good.A JACKSON LETTER
Volunteers who have
Another argument in favor of munity
fruit julc..nd.coffe.breakth.t Dear Editor been recently trained hous-
the amendment is that it would save :
-- -- ing specialists. Under this
--- approach
goes only partway toward
the city considerable expense eliminating Therefore, the change to a Mayor- Point 1. It's short on This Is in response to !M.H. t many low-Income fami-
the necessity for holding an Commissioner form government was Point 2 also. Between supper Jackson's letter of last week NewsBy lies will be able to qualify fora
election every year as is now the deemed desirable whereby the Mayor and breakfast there's at leasta entitled "Useless Gesture." : County Agent : new home through a Tanners

case. Since the terms of council- would be a member of the City Com 10-hour stretch. Breakfast Deer !Mr. Jackson: I Home Administration program..
The housing will be
Specialists
should provide Its share I note with mixed emotions
staggered it will be necessary of Bobby L. Taylor
men are
mission and would be elected by, his energy foods. your letter to the editor of last Interviewing families In need
under the proposed amendmentto fellow Commissioners 'to serve as week in which you suggest by of better housing and will be
hold an election every two years, chairman of the Com mission,(as well There's nohard-and-fastrule innuendo that my support for Ue mentioned the new biu- widely used for grazing from mid.nor-December directly assisting those families -

which would be a considerable saving as Mayor. Under this set-up he on how big a good breakfast Governor George Wallace is cellosls regulations In'' our mally productive March. Many! who can qualify under the
column a few weeks hose through
to the city. It would also, of course, would have a vote on the Commission and should be. But for most people not real, but "has a ring to" regulations are now'ago.In effect cattlemen are finding that seeding Farmers homebuilders Home program.will be Local -

save the office holders money by length whereas at present the Mayor It Is particularly sound planning for to children have at, it I like think a I know broken the cow real bell.reason and are being felt by our cattle 13 20 pounds of an adapted to negotiate ''with approached the

ening their terms eliminating havingto attends but does men. rye grass variety (such as families that do .
meetings, not havea least one-fourth of the day's: for your letter since it ) qualify,
Rust! Resistant
Tho biggest problem is that Gulf or Florida
campaign every two years. vote. food at breakfast and to include is obvious to metl1I1t you are
the
all breeding animals over 24 with the rye can extend The Community Volunteerap-
a good source of supporting of
pro- one my opponents months must either originate in grazing season into May. Ryegrass Is
Those who oppose the amendmentsay teUi. such as eggs, meat, or .. although I don't knotVwho proach a one year program
Since the forthcoming abolishment of milk. a negative herd or have a negative has a high moisture requirement operating under a federal grantto
that two :years Is long enough/ to municipal 1 court will make the officeof he his is because you didn'tmention test to brucellosis withIn and !does) better on the Noith Florida housing

put up with a "bad official" without Mayor an honorary title only, under Here are some good breakfasts I don't like name.mud slinging, !Mr. 30 days prior to sale or, soils that have a high moisture Development Corporation: In
\, having a chance to oust him from of- the present form of government all the way from lightto Jacksonand I resentjourob- movement unless going directly holding capacity. Tallahassee. 'Iho NI.'mJC Is
((1) to slaughter. Kyegrass has been success funded
I FrulU..cerealor federally
hearty: a non-profit
fice. There might be some merit to the to the MayorCommissioner vious conclusion that my sup
change broadcasting
established
bread...milk to drink..Other Another requirement Is that fully by housing development corpora-
this philosophy, but it can also be form of government seems to be a beverage If desired.. ((2))Fruit.. port real.for Governor I can't Wallace is all movements of cattle within\ seed on existing pastures tion funded to develop methodsto

argued that the short term might workin logical step and a necessary changein cereal or bread or uoth...egg... not motives for writing judge the letter your, the state must be accompaniedby without seedbed preparation. help low-income famlllesat-
reverse and result in the defeatof keeping with the new court system.A beverage. (3)) Trult..cerealor and I shouldn't think you should a trip ticket, bill of sale However wo have gotten better ain better liouslng. I ho two
a good official who had served well bread, or both...eggs with judge mine for openly telling the or other evidence of ownership' response when the: suedbcd has Comrll'mt1y'olunteeri work-
or ,authority of possession. been prepared l b turning 'and of CLim: ;
meat such as bacon, sausage ; > Ing out the Agencyare
but might have had to take some action "yes" vote on both amendmentsis people where I stand on the
Where brucellosis
test is disking Miss I
hash or fish...beverage. a required rankle Jackson andRobert
Presidential issue. :None of
that was right but unpopular.hurricanes recommended by The Telegraph. '
have said where a copy of the test chart Wright. 'I hey Have\ Just
Let's take these patterns a- my they opponents stand.- but this Is a mat- must also accompany' the move .0. returned from two weeks of
part to see what good break ment.
comprehensive training Includ-
of their conscience not
I fast does for jou. ter There are other rules and The 6th Annual Calf Scramble, ing 16 hours of classroom
.
And ElectionsFlorida's .mine. regulations Involved that Iwon't sponsored by our Marke-Urad- training by the I-.armers Home
I
Fruit Is In every one of these Further Mr. Jackson, am mention here If you are plan ford Clamber of Commerce will Administration. -
breakfasts, mainly for these not a "boy"i am a man. ning to move breeding cattle, be held at the Fair grounds InStal'ke In conjunction with
(lie housIng
First Primary election will machines were in place and In work- reasons: Fruits give zest to And, as the Bible says and are not familiar with all on Saturday, October 14 program is -

be held on September 12, the eighth Ing order, how. many voters would meals.constipation.They Some help fruits prevent areBreakfast awaj\\hen.childish I became thingsl''I a !man I put wy 'iStaJ&'leK"ftr? \\ >' ,
... .,"'. ''.anniversary sweet 'across'TWoTtRSTst'TloTlUi"of 'Hurricane Dora's tragic -,'. turn u y"out r" under. -UCh corkUtions,. 'L_,.,, : .:?# inIl. c. mud So, go..'lr ahead. Jackson.and sling I suspect'01114&1'**rl.')1tAh.1'rtwd.a. f+ bll,WC: ..\ r ft,jI iOU-have:s I; "g-dtffertat: : pd pIe* our.County.all: the '""famp1eli..bdyr.t hew> 'h6'M:o 8': ."I 1 lhe to mo\ng coYinsolinj,;| Into

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If you have cattle, you in a .worthwhile\ >effort. Private will be
program coordinated
isthe best time
A serious ""storm could also cause to the voters Bradford County '
need for buslnesses'civic
gooVTVear-round
but serious in the resultsof make sure of some food rich will see through your' motiveson a a clubs through the Agricultural Extension : -
Perhaps 1 It will never occur we some upsets C pasture program. This means agricultural organizations, and Service.
In Vitamin If don'Chave
cannot help but wonder what the devastating an election. Suppose a candidate at this meal you jou'relikely I election day. adequate permanent pasture many many others contribute
some believe with all heart.
I effect o:.. Florida politics who is popular In South Florida is to fall short of jour !Mr. Jackson, that our mv plus supplemental summer and finances time and talent to Anyone Interested in 0io pro-
country
winter pastures. The small make this successful. dram or needing more Information -
program
would be if grains such and And it has been successful concerning it call
as rye oats as may
the state on an election day, now that, who ,in strong in the northern half -- leadership which the 904-5388 In Starke
are can provide good quality; winter' both a youth activity and livestock any time
Citrus .
fruits rich vitamin
In the fall If South Florida shouldbe In people can trust. If my fight
held
of the
primaries are being state. C. An half grazing for stocker calf and Improvement program. between 8 a.m. and 4.30 p.m.
rather than the spring. devastated by a hurricane and onlya grapefruit,, half orange a --glass ((4 a is butterflies merely! against then God"phantom brood herd operations. :Make! your plans to participate Monday through I Friday of each
help
handful of people turn out to vote, ounces) or orange or grapefruit us Rye, the small grain most and attend Saturday, October 14. wokf

The last May primaries were held it Is easy to see what would happen juice fresh frozen or all.In mj humble opinion;my fight

In 1968 but were changed when the if North Florida was experiencing fair canned goes for toward meeting Is against something more.
Legislature switched to annual ses- weather at the same time. The North vitamin C needs for the da)'. realthe growing trend of our r--- :

session two Florida candidate wculd courts our legislatures and
sions Instead of one every undoubtedlybe If you squeeze citrus juice our public offices to Ignore the
years. Incumbent legislators felt they the next Governor of Florida, regardless use it unstrained..to get the wishes of the people.No t ;

would not have ample time to cam of the merits of the two men. most vitamins and minerals Mr. Jackson I do see a t f

paign for May primaries when they from the pulp.Tomatoes danger that you have overlooked. -

changed to annual sessions, for while I see the Nlxons of our '
fresh or canned, THEY'R t
they were making laws In Tallahassee are also good vitamin C providers country men,like who Governor steal the Wallace idealsof t :

an opponent at home would have a At the present time, Florida law and may take over tills .. after all, :Nixon did noa'-,,? \
big advantage due to their absence. makes no provision for such unusual job when they' are easier to on busing until Governora.. AUDITING v' t
than citrus fiult. It takes
circumstances which could easily occur about get three times as much tomato lace made it a national Issue. t .. n' j jt t

Florida managed to get through Its since fall weather conditions are juice as orange juice to Yes, Mr. Jackson I lamdeep1 ... .

first September primaries in 1970 with so unpredictable in Florid give you an' equal amount of 1 concerned about George Mc- '. t

the cooperation of Mother Nature, but iLimin. C.Mrawbcnies, bj Gosein.making lie a generation can dostorj us believe all t 1HE BOOKS? A f .

she cannot always be relied upon to This Is Just one of the many rea- that i the government owes| S

provide a mild, sunny day for bal sons we think that the change from cantaloup and us ever.Mhlng..ou ; ;; t
some* other fresh fruits are '
>
lot-casting. spring to fall primaries was a mis- know,' Mr. Jackson,
v.i Uinble for \ itamln C, and can as well as I do, that I the time is -
Is that
take. Another reason July take a turn ptovlding It when overdue for a new politic in ... '"', .
It is easy to Imagine the disastrous and August are hard months for campaigning Ule)'rc In season and when variety tills nation. I believe with all ,.- \ ... t t .
effect of a hurricane on a Florida due to the mid-summer heat Is \wanted. m\' heart and soul that George t .

election if it should hit In full forceat and the fact that many voters areaway Wallace has begun this new po : < ;
.
the time voters were trying to get from home on vacations making: Cereals and bread ghe protein litic. I cannot believe that it a." ." I t .

to the polls. The situation would be it difficult for candidates to contact Iron and other minerals, is finished. I ID\,\'' ,. .,''TI': ;;'" .,.,"; "
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particularly bad In counties where them. vitamins and food energn ,
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says, "George Wallace is the I ... '' "
t .f r .
woikeroragrowlngchlldcan
be active
used and must .
machines -
voting are
candidate who for I .
only speaks } t
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placed near electrical outlets to provide -, The next Legislature should certainly b>' eating have both a heartier ceieal:and breakfast bread. me." { I V: \ fs<,!.j, ijt ,

power for the lights which go or take this problem into consideration Choose whole-grain, enriched, Whether you want to admit it L i ; >".,.' ...-1: i

t inside. When the voter closes the and either change the primaries or restored: !kinds, fOl'Ule.% hate or not, Mr.Jackson.- he speaks { OF t t
curtains of the voting booth, he can't back to May\ or write some.new laws added values In tt-vltamlns andminerals. for you too. 1' t' ALL US have some anxiety about old'

SM the ballot without a light of some making provision for elections thatare Butter ormaisailne:: .Bill LocKhart t t
retirement income and sudden medical
kind. It would also be difficult to threatened by natural disasters.In used tood energy with brad and with held\.ltamlnA.out wltli Kt.: 2, Box 304 I \ age expenses. t i
have the voting machines delivered \ugustlne, la. ,:

and set up In the midst of a hurricane the meanwhile all we can do Is ,One Sure Way To Get
f
with falling trees and power lines to pray for good weather on election \\IUlo"t a regular supply of rrr5T1a1 TED rESIDEST: ,

.. blocking: the way. And even If the my.I milk enough In calcium meals. .It's-an hard Important to get Dear Editor: I t Peace Of l\fin'd Is Thru A Growing fI

I mineral for bones and teeth -

and the B-vltamln rlbofla\In. tes, we' Know we live in alowlybng ': II Is t 1
Milk Is also
a good source of t
area, and we also SAVINGS ACCOUNT
protein.
top-grade
,know the road crew has been 1

Il"-- :Normal, health adults needa working roads! beck very in hard shape to get and our we I In Don't You :Make\ Regular t t

... pint or more of milk in somefOl'm know they' can only be in one
The Bradford _- : :::
County :
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Into A
.:.: : each daj.oung child- place at a time, and they dor'ihave I Deposits Savings! Account
: TELEGRAPHFLORIDASP.ESS ren should have 2 to 3 cups; the time to clean ditchesout At I
r older children should have at now. "

t F. 'r.\lHI, lnll1S': ;' '" \ rrr .5CII.BiW least 3 .cups; and teenagers But really, haven't we hada ,

!" .' I a quart. three FEW years dry?' days in the past t FIRST FEDERAL IOur t tt

-"' '- Eggs, meat and fish, as well On some of those dry dan,
: J' Strength and beauty are as milk provide high-grade couldn't something have been ,

I his sanctuary.-(Psalms proteins for body building and done to the ditches so the water H..,.' t t1',14.r.
96:6). repair, and they have mineral could drain out faster whenwe t M... thru Thur,. i ?.. .. 3 p..in., ,
I ASS OC'fATION: i and other values besides.Building do have flash floods? ..- t..T.t.S30p.m... (
.
-' Let us cultivate the habit of foods of some kind are a ,Maj! 'be the Count Commissioners r o.v .I .4 ktv f.
\
/ )I "must" In the day's eating and didn't know the ditch '
looking for autlothln.
,
FIRST'FEDERAL
.' on* or more should appear In es could grownup. so fast (in
brings us in closer touch with each meal. three 'ea n.

E.L, MATTHEWS. Edhtor. .Publish.r the omnipresence of Cod than And }really, are we supposed IIiI! r. Savings and Loan Association of Stark t !

: Published each'Thurtday and vnttrtd, Scand seeing the beauty He has Something hot. Summer or to hound the County to do thesejob' .t _
"In ?
even a dry time
created everywhere. We do winter, there's something hot,
Class Mattr h. Pott.Off "
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at at
Srerk.4lorido TLI'HOM! 4 5000Ml ,
f t .i.( :". under Act of March 3nlr 1879. "- many things to develop our as hot a rule beverage In good hot breakfiuta "T/i:/ e Woi e 01 SariN!!" w. MADISON $T. t '

4:t:!.-". Subscription in trade' ...o: I y..", $6.00; Outtid mind and our body' but toM for example. .Something or cereal hot Is, "Frustrated Resident" {

# ', .;.' tr.d. e r.a: 1 year, $7.00 cultivate the habit of seeing cheering and gives you a sense On Stern's Road ,1

beauty develops the. soul.V; ; ,of well-being.. Mr.J. 0. McCtnlel .IS..car fie. -: -.-s aSl. I It Ii i .


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'.' 1 I.The Mndness CARD OF THANKS t I.l .\!# H. t!! h L (li 1 FIRST Sunday; ,UNITED School.STARKE METHODIST 9:45;Morning

r neighbor and and frlendY sympathy; "for when you 1""ulIls. ihnt jnK your, teat' be ilso" Worship, 11; Junior and Senior
recent In ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL LAWTEY: CONGREGATIONAL MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL FIRST PRESBYTERIAN MYF groups 6 p.m.
: In with sorrow us wW aiway.r' CHURCH STARKE HOLINESS CHURCH Sunday ':45 a.m. Sunday, Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. MORGAN ROADB Union, 6:30; Evening Service Wednesday Youth Choir Rehearsal
emory. Our sincere as a precious Sunday School 9:45: ajn.j School II a.m. Morning Worship Morning Worship H a.m. Yuuth 4PTIST CHURCH 7:30. 7 p.m. Pra.YerIeet-
;Jd gratitude, for thanks Holy Eucharist 8M ajn.Sundays. Morning Worship 11 sum. Youth 6 jun. Training Union Fellowship 6 p.m. Choir Prac- Wednesday Prayer and Inc 7:30; Chancel Choir H--
*Hnforting acts. The all those ., and 11 jn. on 1st and Service 6 p.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m. Evening Worship. dc, Wednesday 8 p.m. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- Bible Study. 7:30: p.m. hearsal, 7:43.
:: Tyler Jones. family 3rd Sundays. 7 p.m. Wednesday -7:30 Prayer Ser ing Worship at 11. Training' --Rev. Bob Cooper, pastor Rev. George L. HarperVttitttfiZ't

'ett et Morning Prayer 11 ajn.. Tuesday Prayer Meeting 7:30: vices. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF uUUU.U.u.UUH... ......................'.........'-'....,..._.. _._ _._....._._ ..._......u......_._... ..................,... _.........u.'u.'u u...u u..u. ,.u ......
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It. 1iliI*[ m11; lli11f11m:; ;1 11;;:::1j::; ;i Church School. 9:45: a.m.Sunday. -Rev. W.B. Chauncey, pastorST. 1404 E. Bessent Road 14
; i .. EYC, 6 p.m. Sun.day. CHURCH OF CHRIST Family Home Evening-Mon ." '9T -r 'WABiG 1EveryPayLowPrice
:;) : .. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC ATMELROSESchedule ;;
OBITUARIES. --John M..Flynn, Rector. CHURCH STARKE of Services day.Primary- Tuesday 4:30 p.m. .
J.; I Father James Cregan, pastor Sunday Bible Study 10 a.m. Wednesday- Relief Society, ; ill!!
''Saturday Mass, 7 p.m.Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m. Even- 7:30.: :
; :I 1:1: 1:1:1::: 11::1:1jl111j1:111iI1111m:;: ; : 1:1m: m:"ilim BAPTIST MADISON CHURCH STREET Mass 10 a.m. .Holy; Day Mass, Inc Worship 7 p.m. ThursdayM.I.A.. 7:30 p.m.
7p.m. All other evenlng-8 p.m. Sunday- Priesthood 8:30: a.m. 1P :
Sunday, Sept. 10- Sunday Confessions Saturday 6 Sunday School. 10:30 a.m. Eve- '
./ fro. Wilkersonervlces School, 9:45 Morning Worship p.m. CALVARY BAPTIST.CHURCH ning Meeting 6 p.m.Sacrement. / 0X14I I

Heldt Evening 6:15 WMU at Worship.11 Prayer: Church 7:30.Circle.Training 7:15,: School Grade. to 12 of School noon.Relglon- :Sunday 11a.n. Ins Sunday Worship School 11. Training 10 a.m. Morn-Union, President.Jesse D. Branson Branch :

Long Branch Monday. Youth Choir 7 High School. Sunday 7 6:30.: Evening Worship,Pastor 7:30.: .HEILBRONN BAPTIST (,

Irs.' Stella Wllherson, 86. P.m.Wednesday-- Prayer MeetIng P.m. Rev. Jim Black Sunday CHURCH School HIGHWAY 9:45: 16 a.m.N. 11ir! NATURAL COLOR Ijii il

c Lawtey. died Tuesday, Sept. 7:30;. Adult Choir Prac- Morning Worship II. Training
I In Bradford County; Hospital tice, Deacon's Meeting, 8:30 DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH Union 6:30 Evening Service I
p.m. -
extended Illness. She !!1! !{!
er an P.m. BROOKER HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30.: Midweek Prayer PORTRAIT
i s born In Florida on Feb. --Denton Sumrall, pastor Sunday School 10 a.m. Wor- (Highway 100 at Ther. sa) Service, 7:30: _
18)16) and was a member oft ship Services 11 a.m. and 7 Sunday Schoo} .' 10 ,.m, -Rev. L. Tommy Howe pastor :;:::: .
) Highland Baptist Church. pm. Training Union 6 p.m. Morning Worship a.m. jt.; LIMIT
i Surviving are five daughters, MORTHSIDE BAPTIST -Rev. Lacy Conway pastorST. training Union 6:30 p.m. I .,
:;.., 1 Geneva Baxley Green CHURCH f1 ONLY
I. GROUPS .
Evening Worship 7:15 p.m. :
CHURCH OF GOD! _ ;
: f ve Springs; Mrs. Mary Deld Intersection of Highways 16 MARY'S CATHOLIC Wednesday Night Prayer Services LAWTEY FLA. $1 99
: 1 J idn and Mrs. Corrlne Dick (Wells North) and 225. Rev. Wayne CHURCH MACCLENNY 7:30: p.m. Rev. Merle Schedule of services, : Sunday :' .
lion, both of Jacksonville pastor.
; Sunday Mass, 12 noon. Holy Packham
1 .. Thelma Cornwall Mr. >Sunday.School, 9:45; Morning Day Mass 5:30 p.nuCONGREGATIONAL pastor. School 10 a.m. Morning WorshIp "
1 imle Barrett, both Lawtey; Service at 11. Evening Service, BAYLESS HIGHWAY BAPTIST at 11. Evangelistic Service I. .
-. I o sons, Leon and Brysnt. U- 7:30. Wednesday Service, 7:30 Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worship 6 p.m. YPE:: and Prayer
I non both of Lawtev 28 p.m. Service 11 Church Meeting. each Wednesday 7:30: t FRIDAY Sept 8th. ; ii
: landchOdren, and 26 great- HOLINESS a.m. p.m. Rev. Daisy Klght, pas :;::
Training 6:30 Evening
CHURCH p.m.
I andchlldren. IIAMPTON CHRISTIAN Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Worship 7:30.WednesdayPray.r. tor. jt j 10:00: to 5:00 rm:
'uneral services were held CHURCH Meeting, GIUCE BAPTIST CHURCH:
11
Morning Worship a.m.
'I.. 11 jn. Friday in the Long Sunday School 10 MornIng 7:30 p.m. HIGHWAY S-100A :
ajn. Evening Worship 7:30: p.m. I1IIIII1 m
.. 1, anch. Baptist Church with. Worship 11 a.m. Evening Thursday night Prayer Meeting Rev.J.D. Robinson Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- MALLARDS DEPT. STORE
George Chism and Kev.i
v. Worship 7.-James Shaw pastor. 7:30 p.m. Ing Worship II; Training Union: .
; i L. Tyler officiating. David Hodges Pastor 7: Evening Worship, 8. Wednesday :
Interment was In the church BROOKER BAPTIST CHUKCI1 I ;; :
4 I LAURA BAPTIST BROOKER, FLA. \ Prayer Meeting, 7:30. Call St.Starke ;
)f' metery under the direction Sunday School 9:45 a.m.Mor I Kev. Leon T. Odom, Jr.,pas- I::::::: :
DoWltt C. Jones Funeraf fling Worship U EVERGREEN BAPTIST Rev. Jim Temple pastor.Sun- tor. :::::::: :
I >me. a.m. Evening day School, 10 a.m. Ron Bristol, t Fla.yWw .
Worship 7:30: p.m. Midweek. CHURCH :::::::: .

: ble Study, Wednesday 7:30 p.. Sunday School at,II 10 a.m. Morning 6:45.Superintendent Lowell Training Douglas Union, Di, ;1111;;,;,; m;;.1:1m:: :::.::::::::: 1m1m1; ; 1m1j111.;; ; ;;;11m1h; ;.;. ;;1m1m1.;.; ....;1i1m1mmmmmmm1:1m:1:1:1:1jmm:1:1:1:1;...... :..;.:;.:: ::;:::.;::.; :. ::;.:::::; 1:1:1::::::1:1:1::::::::::i::.
: Worship a.m. Sunday 'r ---- -- -- -- ------ ---------- -- ------ -- ---- -- -- -
:; ervices Held m.Be la church: Sunday. night Service at 6:30.: rector. Worship Services 11 a. ---- -
W. H. Lester Austin Wednesday night prayer m., 7:30. Midweek Prayer Ser T -
or Hayes pastor.
:;: meeting at 7:30. vice, 7:30. Lavern Outlaw rru-
'.: I)f Brooker HAMPTON BAPTIST Cecil E. Crawford,'Sr. Pas- sic director EveryDayLowPriee 0
'n. CHURCH tor. .:

[ V.: II. (Fats) Hayes 45. of Sunday School 10 a.m.; MornIng STARKE CHURCHOF GREATER BETHLEHEM :
os; I ute 1, Urooker. died Sunday, Service II a.m.; Bible Study CHRIST FREE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH FLORIDA GRADE 'A' Pantry

'' pt. 3, at his home follow- 6:30 p.m.; Evening Service 7:30: Bible School 10 a.m. Warship Cor. Ash &. Chestnut, Sunday REGULAR GRIND
-';'j i 'a sudden heart attack. p.m.Wednesday Servlces, 11 ,a.m. and School 9:30: ;' Morning Worship, FRESHFRYERS P,1de OR ELECTRIC PERKCOFFEE
ir. Hayes was born on June Prayer and 6 p.m. Midweek Service, Wed. II; League 4 p.m. Night Ser-
;'p'" I 1927 and was a lifelong Bible Study 7:30 p.m. nesday 7 p.m. Ladles Bible vice, 6 p.m.Kev.. Jasper Williams
isident or the UrooUer area. Melvin Hamel Pastor Class, Thursday II a.m.Church pastor. SUPERMARKETSSTARKE'S
; I was a farmer and a catUe.r -
located one block west on SK
nn.iurvlvlng. 16. LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST 32O S. WALNUT ST.
his wife Jane
are
:
_-J.P.II.
Bell minister
.r.... lien Hayes; two daughters lusla Memorial Hospital.Mrs. \ CHURCH
cey and Jill, and one son, Scott was born In Brant- Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn-
]1 crett, all of Brookcr; also ford Ontario. Canada,and came PTNEHILL'CONGREGATIONAL; Ing Worship II a.m. Evening WHOLE33c 8LABG 59 ..
METHODIST CHURCH S a I
1 i parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1W' N.\; to Deland In 1925. She later Worship 7:30 p.m. Wednesday :::.
C Hayes Sr., also of Hrooker; lived In Starke.and Galnes-- Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng Everyone welcome. 2 "
\i'. tfd two brother*,' : A. I layes4IhN.p.I Worship 11 a.nWouUi Service 'Rev."; Robert HalsUjn. pastor'' II qlJ no ;
_
I Pacland. _
ville',0 before -returning B pirn. ,: : //ry".J'.l '.m::>J I. : L. 'IL lil U.JIA.IOliOSIAMI']
Evening'Worshlpmtx w
-.rh I -.If''boOI ofjunerei :\ ) StlllU till* UUbilM ,Oil: UC' i ,
... r r. > two-Am! lialf'jicdrs ago. 'ItfVi'1 > COUPONS
,
'!t": t.l .rl '- .. 7:30 p.m. J"X Lo.:G'rIlIJ. r' p
\
r.JO'",,,, e. II serviced'were held She was a member of Trinity l pastor., '!". /iiiu.. I: ..;.NL :ijJvERjBAP'TIST:; j 'J I "')1' ;;: "
United 'Methodist Church the Sunday School Id ajm. MornIng CENTER CUT ,,?,?? 'BONELESS': I U.S.NO.1:
512 p.m.'Tuesday in the Harn WC1U tile Home Extension:: Worship 11 a.m. Training 1
iy Free Will Baptist Church Club, and was I active In the GRACE BAPTIST Lnlon: 7 p.m. Evening Worship :SIRLOIN/ (' .ROUND I
wi Kev. Hollis Warren of- West Volusia Memorial Hospital CHURCh STARKE 8 P.m. Wednesday ,,,"", WHITE
fHaling. Interment was In i F.I-:iI I Auxiliary. Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng vice 7:30: Night ser- ,n'cs
.I z r's Clnpel Cemetery under Survivors Include her husband Worship at II. Training come. p.m. Everyone wel- STEAK
I dectloii of Jolinson-Ha>es Fu Wilbur A. Scott; one Union 6:30: p.m. Evening Worship Jim Countryman, pastorAIRPRK STEAKS POTATOES
ll al Home of (;alnesvllle.I brother Hobart Babcock of 7:30. Wednesday Prayer -
I North\; Bay,. Ontario Canada; Meeting, 7:30: -.Rev..LeonT. BAPTIST CHVKCH ,
Services Held and two sisters, !Mrs. lie Odom Jr., pastor. Sunday School 10 a.m.Iorn! -' L..1
OLitzau of Deland, and :Mrs. Ing Worship II Evening:: $129 r u$119 10' 69
or Mrs. ScottnDeland Olive Kent of North Hay am.j;; /!! :
t FIRSTSSElIDL\ OF GOD \\orshlp, 7 PmWednesday I.LCNIR ......,
l Funeral services were held Raiford Road &. Weldon St. Prayer :Meeting and Bible Stud, LB LOOSE
I' at 10 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 31, Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng 7p.m.0WJg Peoples :Meeting _ U
I, In the '\\llen-Summerhlll: Worship 11. Sunday Evening every :Monday, 7 p.m.
Scott, of mortal Chapel In Deland, with
M.
rs. Lillian G.F. Prevatt
7 p.m. Thursday night, 7:30 ,, pastor. Everyone -
I ,1 IXfcnd) formerly'.Starke,died Interment in OakdaleCemetery, -Charles Thomas, pastor welcome. SLICED MIAtANDsMVt
CHUCK
SO l1'mI1tr..-19 I!), In West \o- Deland.
110 .,. AMERICAN "! *
I SMYRNA MISSIONARY: STEAK
! STICKS
1 BAPTIST CHURCH CHEESE

633 W. Pratt St. Sunday Services -
: : Sunday School, 10 a.m. : LiLi!
Preaching, 11 a.m.Training Union : ti1j1y_ _
5:43: p.m. Evening Worship,

' 7 p.m.-Wlbur Everyone Pyess, welcome.Pastor, I U LIBBY'S ",
'I.i SCOTT
I i "DRlVEI POTTEDMEAT I t ,'!'

JORDAN :MISSIONARY ': ::
.4 BAPTISTrtSSION: 1
lc I"I TOWELS
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i U.S. 301 North, behind Tas- '''''''''
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tA tee Frees Drive In, Sunday LAUNDRY DETERGENT1' I
DECORATED OR ASS'T COLORS
.. I I : tJ School 10 a.m. Worship Service
. II a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer '- :


rt t.. day.Leroy Service Olive 7:30 p.m.pastor Wednes-E.L. 84oz 9ge 3.50z8/$1 I I GIANT 29

} k' GrU s, associate pastor. ONLY... ROLLS
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CHURCHSunday
, BETHEL BAPTIST
'c'_' :_ School 10 a.m. Morn _EvcryDaytowPrkcf __ _IdI _ _
ing Worship II a.m. Evening KISH ia ,
t : Worship 7:30 p.m. Prayer DELICIOUS
*' Meeting 7:30: p.m. Wednesday.Rev. .

t f ft ,5M t J.C. Sounders, pastor


I _ PINE: LEVEL BAPTIST
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning -
I Worship 11 a.m. Ire aer- .

I ; Your payday may not verces People, and(Booster Prayer Band Service Young>. COMPARE :';i :' BIRDSEYE Pantry Pride

6 p.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m. Potato ".:r.r: 38
be a "HABIT" but- :;. Midweek Service Wednesday Chips FRENCH PEANUTBUTTER
.
r.J. ., 7:30: p.m. Rev. John Strickland, Rice-A-Roni sssy: : ,: 3/l/ .
.
t Pastor. Chinatown Rice .. 01 ci".0 39c ,
Adding a deposit to a Savings Account -- F R I E S

, here every payday can be a wonderfully CHURCH: OF COD Long Grain Rice .:"".""., 39c I"! '

.
2 I rewarding habit in many ways-as this 422 N. St. Clair St.,. Starke.. Colgate Instant Shave m-. 39c FROZEN I 400

:. sure spare-cash reserve grows with every Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng Pantry Pride Salt .. 01 9c 5/$1 98
. of Worship 11 a.m. Sunday 1 LBBOX 1 iii,
make JAR
:. >[. .deposit interestwcfl17 you and-everyaddition. ,. Evening Wednesday, 7 p.m.7:30 p.m.outh Prayer Night, Pantry Pride Flour ,.. 37c I

., Meeting Friday, 7:30 P.m. -- - -- - '- - -- -- - _ _

r\. Start saving htr regularly! NIXT PAYDAYI. -Rev. \'. W. Kldd, pastor 1 maD 11 1'EmD) 'EBtm': 'r.EJI.m':


. FIRST Sunday CHRISTIAN Service Sunday CHURCH School I GRAVY TRAIN 15i I P1CM FRISKIES'O' CHICIN I I CHASE A SANBORN I I MILLS _ _
DUC WHZATS
I DOG FOODs I FLAVOII
9:43 ,a.m. Morning Worship -- I. COFFEE I CEREAL .
10:45: ajn. Evening Service,7:13 I Is BAG i CAT FOOD. p551 I .. I ____________
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El ; "B'lfKK: : It; T S t:A'-'ft' f'E" 1 KINGSLEY School LAKE 9:30 BAPTIST Training Iwc"D.yLPTkc (Iwcro.yLPTk. IncryDsyLowPrkcDEt % (.icryD.yLowPvk'1 U BomuBuy BonUiBuy
Sunday : ;
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Of FIUd Nmt"j_ .OI''F' 4d loc. ship 11 ajn. Evening Worship I IVAPOCATIDI VIENNA [ DRIFT CATSUP I CRUSHEDPINEAPPLE CORNFLAKES [ WIlSON I
7M p.m. Prayer Meeting 7:30: MILK SAUSAGE IHOUN'leG I OIL
; Member Federal Depout.Insurance Corp. Wednesday.Rev.S.C.Cuthbert [-.5/S1 1.48 ':. Pastor 10C : CAH69J: ICtNEMAU I '.. 36 :; 96j
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know and tn*,* lie cttttf. ., .*VitfilMCOntfvHon ; ;: 4 Nv1511 b Flits 114 SIon) $ N Wee lllortdo ..!.,. _IU-Hlhrltv"" '' .rVO .r far et tpltrucbgo.sNN.: .1 5b '' loft
act O* MTJ. : I '- tiMan bI *f'l Its$55N.'eI but. .sdudnl fII psn11WIS. N 'Strict, Including ejrauMPP 143i N"Msv.$5P 1I- Myrpr, la

u.." Author If y| fill *&lft* 5.1 i ......,... It......... ,.._. ._.. ar'slNnd14 dlltncllar. jth* HipvMdlntM ......9, i' $
trOrKlt.e-.fUflHTt/< tO Wl,* pf"r'T"i.subsecllm ": a prwidsd, w. aw'edMo1S' ,445'' .1 mamm. .tt.HIIIH '' I Y I1
II. Id) af lArtlcle' Vil. ol tcanstilutlan nSII.i.r; 7 W1y M INv ',,,1 < tM WMtan. al! .S .tnnr "ft --- I 54'lerw or.prwided .... .*.nbnil' v r ,q' :rerrw ;
nl tM ttato ot SlarNS1)Ilan and ,. .. bSaanpNWNIn5 : .be-me. ttM bOArdAlirunuer.IMA -'- <
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119 !; j' MI. 'ltir NNa SM 55l11st," N kIS.HAd I Ilyr
.nn of ..StS bond a.dolnS' b1 WN.. ISl1S. SIuNMrr.NidST1n'.p} CSNIWIa MMwM.wcwN NMM ryvw.N/'' f. :t.iti; :vVWi! I
and CIdiat/ th* elt In Miarbtfllp. *! i r.Nai. \ .: bYrMW. '.Mdndd Ma 1P iP""'dK55tI ,

oun''. Including. any rtlnncna/, / Apt 1*;. ... i 1
4' Mb rM. a ot r r. ( TOIII"fMlfi..fI.PIII1a.; ;: .":.,. 1W 1 1d
eiicmd Me nunrc! million.' doHAnIVIM a / ) 1514 I. ; i ".. t'I'L'.i' ,, :" I r" ... "

10,000455 alatacApltal preleel-. fS'. '! d'AN/naSd. '/rmaaa. ,4 .N{ .w1 .... .... ,,' ;:: ..
envlronmtntlly' inlMgred londsn And] loan .: .Ni S.pd..l'S. ? S
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5Yf w11sNn NS -. M's a
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torlv million. dollars. ..O_ aor Mr *....., ? 1111 W lad } ... .... Nfl..1W.. ,___...., ""' dw1 '.J"'" ._ f k.lft IIt
rapital' pralaati fat ootdotr recreallod v. ..IM71Mpr1SlpMan INN ,- ? ,
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lends / t1-, ".."".,Ill:/".i ::l
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lit. t ONi.'IaIS..hS' fdlewlM -. N+ 1a s,1 ,........ -.r.11 -.it ; IfI/II"Na N51e1pSeld
mntt nhraiaii anal UMrfJ lit ..*..- ii>*5t ....*, '4 IN1 an1kb, lr.;;, NMA.wSd ,N550Na tpW' M !"'V'1', :; ?",; ..,... .. sWilbbf,. ..."

hewS tht .o..t-': : : t* Mm 4n'> we ....TM'.II. V4 Y.h, ti XsM.NC .. "WtrllaMnnoTkeWtalecA.. due. I ill. JosfipeArx? ;\,, 1

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II'i "5.... 43.pit.i' oral.rit l.r ...-tr, ,.*'))5 17y .ik. vIiaup 1 Ank\ SX.s .( 511 H, mlr5CdN, .(IM. H.** boord.K'lunii'ladlJtafiSliavnlnlatarod ;,.*, ..
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? r- ..N IM451 SNNwNd. 51 .60..by ........me', : 5t t r
NY 'W4t-4s ,
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I t.i. capital paNt.'se ** ui/d"J5'-:: LIS 11 'SI ; 'tI1I' naaonNa.' 5''' POI' S5111' rwblon'jra1 1
.. Arllc1a, f Craaltd Antf/ censliuld.l| l>yArtlua 4
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"...con.ilfutlaiw/ rOM" iholl" hihi*./ 1101.J vpurpotot -.1 IN. w 1)). .41-.....IN 150 of prNU...: ...lfod, { M I fX at ,M lrto -*iOOMi vI 1''
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tnvlronmtnleitiy uniqiw F'J'Ih'., ." 10 .rSc. .... Wb.' 11,7555u5aN' NI'. 511 N-$5 I IIWCIIda w ; ,
... ... ... ,
.Dtt .lands s.. ..( d i a1 w4r .. ''IN II.1. W J I NN9d'' } i>im..wMfI y.

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puttliii workti wouJ cWMrtn i ,' .
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er 7
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to tan tnvlranmaiKal. ti..l.1Hl.. .*; '4aalactnl IdI.btiehNrIph'101 1 ... ...,..1 ......,. !wllutlenoi.' .... atulitor pemevo.th NW t /
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or d....'_' .,. ooKuNM rahtrN..,..r MY, 'NrN. y:d* '

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''h. .f., wnen. 0,55 pss stNad'pr>..,.. .WY *.. 5511115. d. S Jawar oet *vrT '1,15Vb.Syel.INbnp.501' .. ,,( $15'
*". eaV....''UN' 1.'c.'r.01deacSr." ." ?Kl* ..'.NIt cent rait ky. tan) IMIIOIK ol .,55'.55.5. J.<<1\\r" ls.. tflo .,."..... rb) pay +
,mnS.f.d, r poi nH.M I :>;tJfhr>ii o49rooi tan' telr a 1 tJ 1 iratuiMinf I b'" a0t45115 Maa j+' wlnlly kmooiiN1.. \OM d !tlgl! .! 4i 1SN r S

\ *t tmntcnon bt'aatiIt 1w( : :1 Ia5.551d4 5.5WaS w NN, b55M.N.aUtrC1, ........=l."to"x,1/1

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niolwtv' a* rtawlrta by *:ute cl; NN.I ;e. '.t ., ,. >toulpolng' .pnaltlaHMnu." .. p novrvolmyor.ujtmorJng ; ''I, .

) af Artlcw WM at .tn. !M..eMgljWy 'dairanwoNN t.0/1I, N.any o1O5aaornJMU.4 'r j.U) &otoct| to th* requirement of par / .. A4capital aullov,. prdi-f. ii fYVfti 1
nan. vtiMA than M for MI* rnuvaw :
Mt'ul / ,lApropn-ul at miubMclim andattar' laclalar.lulMal purpaaot n Isau*. owdttl"or '
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any N uNadl. ,
.INuNL.r': Iw r Snr 114 : I tiK*
moo-tVnicle
J/J. larWA
'In cntaMr ,
payment at admhilslrMlva' *xpentet,< MM' hm *nllol *tiaK-c ,'. Ili
'U) "vaanr'C.iurat _.pan Nfiywv.M and '1,1fl .* -.. |ai t*>*' ....11 M allocated ..:$ *. Pile,Jp-ltOM-AUCIH t I

1 'tht howl at MM diFSrhpM1, a// 5. S.hY1 r4, .IMioevrrt' : Af each et Hi* several coup..He .' motor .' I Ll I."r'1
:; ;; $
naniral r% ur tf. .- 'SI'Nh.' Tnth* Amounts toIa' delormlnod: Ml ta .5)W/Iaedrn5nd.P. pt ;;' 5Uo'r
I4> "01_"* moan* Ml* 4tl''''''>a.. '** runts't50"N1.N.f. ,' nw M Wa. 'M p L Nt l,i Mttewip": There SMII/ M an MillAl olioco.' vulioa Inr veWcie' t MM -.'anticlpiiujdMMrantorp '' / w
N
band -.0' thy 4 Mrtnwiif/ tf .nt""., rYn1/N/ U50/1 11 5,511/NNI/ 'ply.4 el-ene-tourin :in in* rail/: *f -t.anaMa livid., .bv. .jot '" I.'t
..,.,.... _.
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I All bin .
ill
L lOll *- JIs Pu4. .5 mSi Saar t* sl.lt on*. M-aarm. In .IM. ',10'ot puck 51545111 .
71,0Sw r d i. _.01 pan dutu '-; pWN11S NI' d N MM total sonny popvlation" lo IM. total ",1...."_ cerMflcAaMI!> PK'J Jal t
., Ill Far .'01. coMltl' .,eM..ct... lop!'-,' f.t .K population' th. .tat.* In eccordence wlttu ":* luceedlng t; five par WirlomJ' per1mun .:::1
*rtntnnl>lly I andanowtd Itmti .: O v. tIti *r- MICK 1 U rp OA. .
M'a' .'IM lotast .vaUSM..1155,51. NSW audit. M -._,.." Of .t.l. : fwuitotpreeraelier.aoeeey ,r,;: 1l; 0
TIM kaan M IMraby ftivtiv In* **" tknwnilblllty i SmN1slh"" IM rails ol th* total "Mean* : ;; ::1e. *
uuiarlly and SOS t...-"Ii" oyanoedi, -115- w/gMNU/ > pmttnuod -I1 la* .tin" collected$ on retell oalto NSI use'1' < by-A .HMW-MttM. ;'(* 1.

... Sal .._.. 0 _ISCSSS'51pe' ..W wKtvt tin oeclt-ceunty M-tM-tottt etfttcteit Til all.countla .5515 1.5.151 hard ab-lh0.Nss51uaw) .J. '
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atnatradj .land' .a> Mil,. .Mat*. 1M 55an. "Iv of tne ''McMd', M toscvtivaactt"joumy | tM pro.aeH _* r. If IM ....during... debt .Ivlaa 'm..ls than =' >. yeoreVYronT'Mik. 0115'eJtS-'vr 5 h ,
hall' bt iiapl currant. thrmaMav >. 5mtIIwIM''' uavln <} ) d01S
luatln. antf rev.eI. _. follawali AKAwnt-far etehlst percnr.M., oV-bMsa nlvt< .> 'AutrimenM:: otany'. tallgotlonl' ,liiuid tor ........ thorof .And' endlnavaef.leJer, tt**.!.' 1 !If..:,",, "- 1'r 4yr
deficiencies toriprior
Apm.Ay any County Intludlnt any a1 ,
y/hull. 1 ,',
401 Th* board may contract wi1N'NN > <4)) years Trom tM on<< lasMy\ "' "
tuporvlslnt m* Hot ., ;
Mod yI', year seeurlna under 5Nrw1 IrI) ar\rVhr-t\ *.
avtmnwa nco % + 04 nrnlcn. vr5,
f Of M Unltad "lala'' Man tv/anly percent ftha <
*>w Jn ,
,01 Mill' suOtectMv e cedi tM amount Is earlier.AIT inch mottr vtfllc' 7
auancy. ar 'ImtnKmntaMly Miaraol OW wlHith 'tMCPuntvtTMOATf,, which. waif" ba .......... td that county, c : .:!..fI15 5- 5 .

tlalt.*_r any'11'''. county or .iMIIIcal, anuMclaatity mai; ..Mlan. *rdulrlcl itie eeuniy'Jnipbd- .under 'Hi* Jormult' set. out .In INS .per*.' ;"f. Jill"/ 4w.I =-.-t.f\-J.tIwo, n. I
.
,
as ..WSha.IM .Of_ 0,50., I11NSYnl llocled to othte.lauitM .Mil' .. ,I.r wllh any arlvt crorafloil ttartttar V.01'.1( tUw d
hl,| "bA reduced proportionately.If '. r'
..I.I ., aiioclatltn. ravMIn, Na'r 551.1.NManNW' *r mlor.' ...ilcllVAollclpallan w .
'''.11"/ la MM or canMrvallon Now.. *r vralacn* b. NhItt ff y' 4Ma S1N... ) '. Fund' '*. allatAMd=under MroarapM: ,, 5.414.115111115 ...,-_.. ; / al ;:>( .. 5lIM
,,,1'71( on* IUM tMo auMactlen oMM ko aoVi .
loa'af car4alrt l NnM In *ccolnt>lililf| thf $hi11 a 5555111555 oiler dW1715111) i>f. 5d.\: .1'ij '-, \ I Ik&
punluirod. .. .. .
':pfp.11s N nillcl.lei -,'. : IJluant M b1.l11xCMNIINNa by board. at Administration : cold "= : = vetMcldntclpellan P 1 1AAc 11 ; '
treated ander told Article IX. cerMMa>e.A.< such. l*r. : '
..(. Tit* ,fcoara!.,It tISvSOV1nlbwLN. .. r '* (1I*| and and lecllsn/ M, at m* Canttltutlotl ot .MM, et And conditions. pi th* Mil;board; t11.10''rrWa ti ) -, .. ." '>\ ""' ,
A *> *jwittarlfad t acqiHr* wrNa rNINd'n..py SSSS > for.IM ...andwhich ) ePMpI15. r., :,;. t :; .
a emended Ii continued' > .
al A
; i---.jr' ..,.. ...;.ratal1. ._rco. Th.* Mad N'''' ada111MM Wrt Mrvlcv-eTi.pereareoh banal NM'r, body nrporat' for mo. lire e< ..,. SUDSOCrMon ,h/l Thjtlalo.' board. .*. .* i Ilan' ". b< ]t d "''is!', ,.. ; : .. of'::rz ;f 1 1Mlp
aulMorlioa' to Into ) to llrence'the" t5) '
tntar c.nlrrr our- /50 H He)..The' board (.Mil remit MM. proctedt ,.,. ... _'oof 51" -1I :
chat to aSukl/4.a g i aaw IoM N ywsYuNnlw Itt. :! .:
and tn $ *
i fMrchtaa Any :
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l .
1 au pan at.tM "second 'a.l te In **ch ."principal) of and lntrst on uLb-lnrMtft'ttAlijt l' t=
lout* tnl.nraWCanp I moot tt* /S). .
our--
county Account tar uta In euj county 151cvaUwrvNwillS Sealer voWtl). ,.. ontlclpaltel.' twfVPcalo : la1jk : >';
paw at Milt acVof *fly *nvlrnmntaHy ..5,111 1C5CWM M MM tt.to auen. *, 4nclMln. rfOriMted.bond. tit!i'rVltundln ; >t ...t ;' / 2I .
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.ar4 land outdoor. IN adsIM) I w4''s 51' "
or rcrMMiItnflfc full iWlii'ena fllba / tt.ta .road lyatom '...- _-CIe.MIt' *nlllrr'ierlincAles. .. l/ n tSwya ;( .
<* N m. 551.l St .
11) "*.r ttal,* ct..lttl "BrolocH Mr. tutriovr issued wim mA kirn aioclieiir/ I* rst -and twanty per cent1. IM. ojavirnlng'btdy / 4Ntp15a revenues. ell ar ta-AO any part. ,.0' In. *T/Ir at-.Mvocoualvi TM.porcenlMO : gf I
n...."on ..net.. II** pr ylilnt, *lcn land wiN tiSN'.StwsE .nS prlla, III.-, danId'fsath :
'
llcenMna el md rwl'' 1 .
W cAted la IM 110 l..r55ad w Mic J1 M..d: ;: .. _
'; ...liJ7 Florida. ......... Hall, _'ly.' tan c Naar'Sg. N. alraNd 1.5, ,wnorl ,lv, -t-'o. :.. ot IM fMCand> .. Mill oni.iniiiint. d oxterMI" *ny, ,fnoklero whit ;.. pIa.. ; ; )
Iff.. .InurNS of _..._ 1I. .... '.. N'f' ;J : .
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11)) Upon raaomf at WM board ky w sO uvtMII : "r
.. to tlntnco) IM Acautiitianand conor| .,i. Iran. aaumlei, under iNtt parorph -IS) wMl. or motor vehicle-: > not < .eat miaCottrto& VXiMtllaL.ffi3.TS 1 .'wdUawUd h : fIIIIIIC., (
tha M nEkaoe4 50 t
proavltto ratolutlon" dl>'Moit" at band anllelpalienearlmxAtep. at MM tltna t'* ta.lvfcp tM lino < ., '
fManc tram tlano to tI_. tuWact. *.M.. b1 ton n W, S.r.'nhN road In A.aaunty b.Sti Sh 10 v.neo 1585,1( ,, '" b* .sod. pldalnd' t.lpdv tor revenues tha .payment-allocatedpynunl ,. N.rIMIiN0n .lasaane .IMraol cancemlnt' 1M> aocu* f lie upPv emaynr?, ** .......binds (onla .. !" < ;' : -,.. yiil: ( :'''''4a:'af.reltAWBer.:), Ia fl'ttMi1r Mid ,

,Sans tut band llmlUllan.. .....provided'... ina htrun Nil. ftlMwd.crtdlt inty" !I.', It. 1N. a5 v. ) syp1 rSINS'Nal I Sill ta < to Article, IX sactlan ", At the. -rlty' tMraar,All at AAd wMch.th.,*cunveheets nthtl o> Ih**tioldsrltMraof .: 5Fsliwd. JIt.*. li. ,.'I". ,,\;(.'CI". ,h..r.1N10 N...haNVI.,11,0M .. -)tRO 1'Anti"' I = .ddte. ; //caaIy1 h, tllz4Mllf1S 'lr:" YyI

at tan ,... A* atull tie nn-Mni 0.n 01.d,' MNwt ls551.4w.ar,5111111.nd.NN$ h ,), .Vretundlnos 1.c.t.--thereattecoiid" 1 IPUV At: linen, dad for,MM and peytniont Any v 0 enenl -,..aentlllul,, leoallySblnalna,, .. _and, ; ,rra..1)154- 1541. ':: AST CLERK'O$ SOl1RT .. .......to: I 0,4 ,O nnA; ; t. t 4,
.. ''do tut'llclant turn).. to achiava is SN51.d ., IJ cMbrulttt
to
pats tan. and i. 115'' INnM ear ,,- of denettrulca' an bondt .Issued as. Irravoceu 5anlrI1.5N5 such Mwata a Mang byt0 !or 5)b' nwnbar Mnd'Mrr of la ;J
,f55gNd. r
purposot tat out In *ucli raquaat. and sh.il ban .: < -aa.NM51d'" ... ).... /.MI "' By4r 4#, raea4ry rjeat
Net dal, Na ban. this M llnence'rlbe. fully nforetawa-ojy sucnwna
wait p/w5 ppraOTOph |IS' ; 4'M
: thr IMaptiyUolt
131 Tho IkMMiKO oo. tutu bandt t* tl h drs la My Nut) N < ". Nneua.NIYM" : N 'CI :r ",, : (1I' II'< { 4) ''fie'III" r of
bcaMl.il'an-" ) construction at reeds IweI.N.i| < "{
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.inanca .,... capital" proiortt far tflvlroi. ,l 5 an- .. ... dlcllon.1= !, y j-J; : ;.I551 al .sd. 4r.1i .... '" r.. ic '
Ml ft'oSI'* Mr MM -f '
.. l motto.* aw v I N.' I and' "" ACHratl tn tI..t. : It.Wh 'tJ' ... be. : c 1Ir1&l
mtnltlly ndart9rod .lands. or tar out state NSW jrnar wiW 1 and mnttraclloa ol reeds.. When' ...71 No such. kondi.or motor vehicle. to* ,../ '/ ,1Mr t/apa.5I 5 III r i i .i:. _. .. ..w.
poor ._.11.* ,.net.. ,It titrtby" *uttwrlrtavli MUIrS'I.dI,5f' MII i jpKaClMd' b,, law.:: slalekond/ eled :,ng' anllclpallon/ cartlHcoloa. tnall' *. n.-i'J 'i1'.. OMU 'J"" wr N. Mw'4.y,.;. r 'MRIItTT; :,;''MNKII.OI"lJ/ ;, asn few ,
/ lha manntr tnd tubpact ta ihtUmllatlont 1 INK5lth.ns 'oed by m*slelo beard will uN'1. : fh ,.*J .. MaNaak. ,. I $ ; Cer41A
1 itta | credit" ol tha itata may *; AiSl : :! ) \il" (0, < t S (B'XAa' -
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'' provldod 1 "wM. ...,. bondct. '1.14 tl adepllon,. at a rutty, reaentlng the1 l>> ,' ,, '. : 5 ; ifl.If: : 3il
,",'m louad.xiUtuMif. jAMctloni ell t* r. ; AIIIiC
......! a otnorwlsa oxprassly' .prM** {a.NY N 5 MMdabjupot_._... .by any portion1'Ma ouanco threat by. fM. eakeol UNd-N the*' A.oJO 'Jsfre oAetuniolW < ., . .JuRcIALccm.> :l RBri Yw'Jameg. a.\'r1UM fl !ffrf. 'j1
ad. tiaroln.' aNMSd 14a I flea OCMM 51.1,15r board of truuees of IM i AJJKW-UHOet pNwN.i. M''' ., .;)! '' b
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IM 7r In* '"- _JaK". ollocoled" 'ta nile .IIdeIIt add 'Tact
JJ Os (:....,.)',...._Th. provision, "" M, olwoatod- tnotUa '. IX ....... .14,' kmlor' college' nlktrlcl onbrhell at wtuknMM / r Article\'" ,.'j \ ; ,
ofI
1 IWls. act shall" .bo liberally' ......_ .Mminnar a r flscol yoarv ,t 5-'IC'> I "" M amenoet 4111'" : sat M b* Htued. TMiiett: I. 15 .scl= ap1sw1 .. !: s4,.,. "J J' tNADiD.. l'nr'r'1ur ',. Eutrnt' IIC" yh8aIFlatl.h.0

to accompli.h th.* pvrposat thtrSacllon .- from 5511115 1 111// /I. 1 _. \ beard ot eductiUon- shell. NnMI/ tM Amounllaf I -c < t7 IMwNNW15"" ;,i. "rll \ Qa"l': '
... 'At'iI iw t-c ...... d1 I..... .' ... .. .. .. ::1\\ : &, -
', pr ctdliM f'. | 1"seac. ". wnon apprivtd' bond or tsMlor voblcM loo enttcl.potion ,. Mar > n w. F v ;, .,'.... "" "> 0\11\ '...... ;.rf) .E.'I'.A.. u
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onnuol. ever**dl.1 j 'dw'. -,M body ol MM. county. And aertltlcotel. whtcff conM. .Issued. on/ .a ir Mosolvatl. ky Nri'. .Laglilalurd. of lie' ,. _
: V. Tti* bond tnv bo ,Issuod-1. 'WoMM first A!**> I'i ._ ; 5.15.1N' any ocMol district tumor eel. Itata fMrldat ranI.1, .
icy Auwmlalnp OHIO dletrlct, M ninety IN the, ." ills. 55 4555. 1Ir fs lze/ftl ; :
only upon by volt at tit* (lotion nm prertci 1* opunwant .. percent ol NIINMN5 IWIINIIMI '
01 In..5)rr.l MOCIlM.. I* *. Mid. .InNobtmbar. *. MHO \ .i ond'llll) M NUN tha'aacnllacotad 001100- amountwhich.. U- determine den M *or>|, ;TIM 4 N Arwcl H of MM beta CMSIIIU.lion <. "VKRNEH GOOOMAPt Wi9p''- "y". '-t CWHcaj Box 127, { !
PortKn 51,5)F
'''I. TM propostd ,Issuanf. *f I by Any viced by MM revenueaccrulnj t* ms'' I I. agroadj. M and) thall ba aubmlMtol ; :.Coc.u; fIodda 32932Attonl.Y .
..... yA under brgrph school district' ar "lurtiW cHleea districtunder' .to IM olotjatl' Pans Mr HOMER CJ'COODo'nr HuaiMndNQ.1KE ,* tayr"f
tat Damn .". ino tall taint and 'tB- ...,,, 144- suchbend. sh.lt.. ) M. ,luued : ntllicAHon' lh flu Slsw N
credit ol tn. .,... InM. .principal.amount. ,odla WSeOt.To .. th* prvlstn atMm amandinenl., ,>. N 011.514 .. 5. .rM 11.1115; : N M : OF SUIT!fROmtiTt' '+ { t IoI'Eu101'0'.
< Including' any ratlnanclni, not f.' Idt, ICHOOk'ravlslin ) 1" ""' itola-JIbeel. Agency .creeled kyJoa nd wen deter menel Kit oMIf a* cenclualvo -! ,..... ... ..-. .. (24.4t.9I1tiK of 274,141., 1

...c..d two It..it d. r.d rMlllan. ........ an.N NNsCqntTaIN15S )Jttata>, Mr.flkcal, mdo :'fw,; MM.dabf: srvte Mwt 'm ra.eiont M. Mw':1/ bondiOff- near vanlcta' MMantlclootion ::1 SActhM-A. Nw1Nd.NrSaraairwNr. ; ). .TO&, UOMERAd'eaa I".C" ;),' N'1f.j....." . ..'. . I1nleyaa ,
year .' -
lljai, ooool tar Halo capllol' pratactt) tori .mandSi. cerilllcetee MUMI M l kwsd N''-,-1 IftAf ThareMM- perl_ /1m ,.. _, tJriluSOlgn '". ( (
1' )) Nn NIA.ridan la15Sm55 4.5 biI.5 IxyYr, ot ..... ....... and all otherontrod I IM nemo at MM llato board ol Mucotlan -* ... _._ Naay.wt.. ? / fA. I ';J '. cerWcata
onvlronmanlolly andanotrad Mndt and- ; ad..aw
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forty million doll... (t'UBo te') tar MOM 'SSNI w a* Ibis completely n/w ecy as Y r.'Mosn4 1 pa.fey A'ax"..MM .pledged. allocated' .periienof.,I* IMiTrOuolir the bar. -shell b, .board.feuuod a* Mr fM and tMntl.dHIHct an-- beMK. .at... //TP t Jj'',?.*',:ft: *NNI MC*"* ,:!=!! iVi N 'etltJoQ YOU A I for E'.N011F1ED tlrtnr.t;. ?\. m''J1Ia. cmcurr: COURT. OF"IiIARIM ;
capital .orploct far outdoor ] e .I
racroalloitlondi. i : : tt'lOIudola\1fMa"i\ ; : .if
e1/M1IN. Mc..* eevemv hio per ;cenl of Nrdl., N IrWlsw.oro M. .4151155. -..' '. .,. EICMTJf'JUMCttUa deacrlbedr} ..frtrix ,
tsiitef .
Is Mow. ograad ta and Shill ... 555aINI .1 ?I de /M N, : nd. leiitsniintl -- ', bHg.. *. ;
M cad rttic lIMn
district '
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N reetiestlnd l ira againstiou
mavliauanM.mpraof
f 4 ') MOM eenn-octe. MrMM '
pubmlltad' M MM tlocHrt of Florid tor. ;; V ,.: ::: pvrcAtse.= inma {Cmcurr. .IN AND FOR BRAD- 'or.'crrmit. w
roU t llfa M for'th* end I
1l, anhAasinn ., id ml o> < tMt'Caunfy no aioction ar Approval el ouaiined
.IParov or rolocDon I at HM aonorol SewIlan erllyfr 1' W o e"M t'.AlIM lbf r OMI, VIA Ia a d-.ad&DUIe ,1-
Awed .OOMtnlaratV nef'- :w ytl,, .5 ,n. .....15115t5S. etas .15114' "' pgUaW' w 111w.Mill .. f'iJtl > a-. "f' ih"ORD to the Y
JMiaunoor-mey } + 'l COUNTY.AC'.t' Mgtlrrt.
511.51)1 IINI} l !
ftn.Sactlan :: 115 ;
to M Kold/ In Mabtmbor. ancosi etHiv* poraanl amnm ra1ta ; ? 0 toclllllai' muscled' .. ? .. .== :: rw. an 'don lat IhrCagrtawrd art : :. ,
pan ; d
: :i Tnhj act snail. ,.. effort Inv .J7NIy.TM.NINw.AT IOfj. CASE NO. : "' W wart'lhoure
tM etata fiscal end at'"Hni'annual'averop ) Th.. i- '
pracedln slat board shell b -
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year
leaN Jnln-isl ee May eulAorlMdi ll > I CJWNd tw .
mediately, upon bocomlno' ; a Itwt ttowtyor i { : .r\ I.. .. ..... 1.t d crtiln+ Dropertl oI* 1
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nit Mill inllclpntad'"Awlna Woo HM- Nana dlslrlpulaWo. ... Mi'w1, Wro IN TlM tc
UaluMpAiaed > REI CPOKO
by > -ee-fl Marrimgs r
1t1MkNY ; > > "
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ttcllon I at this. act shell. M N15cnwaniy "HIT lint five ot rnl.555r.JN Min. Il..IIW'I-' ,, ,554 ..w1(4a TETHER: !: vtaNJ -.; v7Z1'
wen- Mine* of IM .knhlAllfra. damn.. '" yean dniondmeltMcndil/ *t nchldlclrlct 'lQU. .
upon *parvl byn, electors of'* sued, pursuant., la.j MM sua-MCWIO 55 t r lupSltta. tO'M' flM-tce, .-.i. ........ !IscesS' or turner' oltooe E'M5.J] -, m,r/y5u/i Nd'/aesdi 1'.e ; :Lt... DOODMo\.N;; rr trelingr THY-ANN, 'TBAV1S, ,Wife .\ND.; 119 whlcb'tq,

ptedglna the' .full talm.oad cradll af moittla stall sa.eevom* ptlnteni/ Ir itram g1MNlb .g-; MrsuAW t* mil' suboaqtlan' than M pVafw 4': 4 t> *&1Jfy.-IM, j-zjg. .1545,4 zj Nw j'or ,_' 'XH.TRA.VIS, Husband<< '_ Ootobarl l97i-., I?, '
.. provldod ky thai section. It the oi provided In Article Xlh tecaon I. M pnmorlly. ,from the-- pledged: Mile, andY'NM Ii '.I ;. l -- -.by" tlle 'anttnV.- locsttMl at t

,Iwutnce ol told' bandt It. ni c4. soctwillI .. MM OnatltutUrt ot Upi,, Al 'omendea Sk\ i of IM "picond) gai laX"" ail I.r1ffi a. T* comply Mtn -reoulremenls.; ; .if: < 15 w1I4 wash '51144sI4 .rtr.e BimdTortl County.' P :DSIOUJ'I'roH! 01' MARRIAGESNOncE fatdlgalr1 C" y

I of Ihls. act shaH. .bo null.. and veld.Sonata U.autnorind ev 'Nwr may M *l nieoolt vbo C",' county. ..Aararpn. Ill, .. mis ovbaoclloa. (dl. r. ', '| ,: $dll--- ; 'N- OF SUIT 1t I

C.anMla IWNN55. M' s.arscvvdrIy15Nb, i i. OIOlt- 1011.,11 a. ,. .pay molurlno ati. Amsipiet m of principal .....'J"K '. $ ''ii"iIIr: ;' r hlnmu.5 ,Florabn'Iaap .nor. 'rj.nt" ular. n ..< TOi'C.N.TRAVIS' .. 1dJ1ye +lII -v

JeM SwNN./ 11 Xlls, ,JHKs1a> n> ouaMCUtal ; I.--! ; = t cJNerlbed ul'-. -; J' -
," kendo or maMr 1. l55N MM-ri" .x :no MtJa S+breot !y' Beatah M C ,
A JOINT NISOLUTI0saN,5( M' Yaf i. : cnnslllutlen.i. "--.. 'fatrtlllcato Usuod .* dor *1 -' '" North Halt 01 North..Q....
Sw ;g' tit .. n I n .... outoerltykoroetl 11 : : ::
t alnandimnt M Arttcla' XII/:, faction:/ I (hW,, ; ; *, ........ Artlcl' Ucludlna. ) raeWvJliwaaadioraMlarV. i;', .. *3iBl'MlAmlyAJj.pS.tSnT* MmlM* at MM fdildblMI ,ter of Sou ht..tQu rt jr .
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of the Hole Cantiltullaa MdoleniMpronlblllan INNki1Md vehicle. his' aniiclpAiioai, cemmoiem .Mti Awed | 'L:'r't'"a' NOTin.( ;
IM ConHltutlon' ot "
..'. nIt .HM. Itauonco ,, .( ,! MM efNw i/ >- .0'Vet's
.5a at ravanu I urM mw 4 amindtdl At 'MM tern HlMd an behalf ot MM/ acMot board N prepare; ,. :' yotiat.pt' | cat, : ,
; Nl i.WdMlavr v .. 5---:. ,JED ttmt tit etctUm.ttoa for cII.lOhIor'
bonds vndor MM a* Article IX" .15 d sucn icMet onsrwf or boerd-orvUtWe S ggna > '35. .TOWIIIhIp..1 Scmth .
= -SNn. wgr5'IM otn>aive dale al.I clop'
torion i;. .. th. *l 155. as bWan. 'ol J.IM: Theee aat.mtloiei tAtlf tAur ta ,
Ian r+N, men (unlar) collpgo dlltrllti euolect ll mab oIl11amace .Is Men
aftiowlieniil 'la ml
tdopttd by reloiwi'drtte .
om_, pasldin' .. 51 r55.nW _' f 'bewoven M coveM M.-niooiimili*, /r.NMvNN/' apoueo or Mire M MM owiieis.i 21 Feat: .lylneW; ..jHrf.._ ItT
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revenue certificates .. other .vMnct af usably.0.T 1 t;AMUjly.' oo eWthougll part et Mill hitai wwW..i..1 pot glad Herein al c= mode ky ...any otolo' board encetidM, 1M ,1\';., U> TMTo. .uliil4 atwlt-nor. evajool' Bond No, 228V tUtit oont tolii.j, Makl.t.I yuu,mud you Ireregdr ,L4'" ,nl"647.yt 'I 1Y. e.yyJn

hNawlaaa 1.'an 4SWd prleWM N tlIWSre. ,:ItiWi et Miot'4tr rlgMr "bitnatil Mtdor 55 dlHerent/ huuei'' .N d155d if $05 .1.1151 A wrMws 55 M *n. twrvtj & copjr ofJOUl'J:
.
may bo laouod by MM **ancy at Mta MIN' 501 : ;;,;: ror. ma purpeso pnmdmg. N sues. bond! ar WNI'UMClI/wwlq-' Iii' rN ANrANr5Na. 5NIrI Van Sac.Ut p13 rere., :ploro.or"1/aa: ?, J I ;.
.
...-"_ M da to by lo.. ; / / f ;- N,NN011V. dM at Sue canondn -! ...''Ioft ceriltlcaleo, a* .Mtoln puMloi. lied.*VJS ._. -T 55 41515 N ran -. ,, byuurw1f..'hILTRKat1VERNELL' tag defenau II : tit It.I pr'eq:' A .
Wan w ,
Whorooa Article IX Section IVat MM. ) sMWdtisa.dlaN ',' '} ,-:-N sal -:=... of"--- :::, S. Ta t.leliiui. a < motnl.ln 1NS4.. .. "" ..dIl$5. r.:."'!. .. _.TtI I> O & (;f-ILZJE.s.!: MNDEBLA: !fI ;
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Canaflturlon 1 at UU M binendtd erttlnelttroumeruod : < .' tend.. OJ-, tuna to AMP Mdse ( ... ; L1 .. ; a.lump '\ '
I reMrred M therein aMW/ M dHlrubpW'aMeueiMu ._ t Ior.hUUonar.. 'IriIoM a.... t -
me "miiuanc. gf rovonuartl *$4 D 5)'N' y1 ) ambmj MM paver* ) 1'I ;., t .r,1i
.. 41a'
15111. N .t find' M. and JI" ': 13U west Call ..
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"' t Stre1.e..y/V8.1p5
SW" M number of InstructionOnWIjjB 1D
.ted '''I'It', debt'ter'vMe. JJ xI1g11red "' Nrla l>opy K'Mr4Wo'
and ta
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resuurcta ijonoMail lm .
prove onlant* aod toiHodl capllat, 'lm *, _1Jr. NIl. 1.s., f..q. CH l .If'\1,1 1 ."WNN5N*.... on bond or motor or-vehicle ttm Me vto omul.fi Mojny/ ,,-.;'' ah.. : ;/it'. ,''ttt/rcyp'\: N, F'lodb 1 ;' and' .. .. '""

'1 prsv nan, tnd 'lacllltlot Hi.rttn III"" ld.ewe gattJ, Count? ; a-lHV IM tcMul 511115d each ,' '' potion 5.nNalsIMwd aa oohelt ol ma'l '*. '.'' 1- :bdlr :with .. Clcrk.of. tM above4'trgtyll < : ca
hU.dca.
Am pivAlu.d ta Arllcl' /IX Section tS.. nwr ,,
1 -..... af outdoor .-- naturalid school MrS af ouch acMev atoMet *> w
4 vbbottMn-' la) at ISIS canetltullon 'M- l' w *4 Court M or tutor Sap.% ,
.* Bee. rat 6L Ca
wnwrSW1 related purWINI SI : boerd at IruMeei a* pAder Sake. .era ..l.IIJiDKO.PE '' )
? 'lat.WN51515v1d a* pravldod' thereinATI 'aletrlct Mar MM authority* hereel, whenever .. 1,,, tambaI'' 28", : 1m*,,' aeler tits; at:
twn,55.: : ; <" M. .N4 11.
...., -IV I. NNly wits JI'ft'/1: Ja"
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sway Satats. NIna I w1 .var 10 1tN.NS .. MM MOM bean MU deem It aoeatvr font-pot pwyMndjAOAl ommsd tte Vmnnt be"
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.l..id p11C MnrNas..gWrS. n' all .MIPdpi.ns. M or .Mr MM,. bonoflr-at sary --advisable and M ouch tmmiMend pool at tbd Seals et,, FiortOe at :.Tollcna' *. :Ml Went C tt: iwflPS rb' 'ff.' may 'ndaaaJD-+ I'

p.rwd and' ".IIaS.P Mew'S'W' NN'.MU'' { Mhsr-i *carHllcoteo kondi. ar motor vehicle tax anMelpoMen :. ouch: term* And sondllluni. a*' ITMM __ .N... ......... Ma. e. > JPdsS,1 .r, ;flOTluWr., 33 orWore fi JOU tIIP'tiM retlatdaeeaar1M"1! f :
; Hiuait ketora IMlelmioliioi OiV
mo w.aewa tha ravenu* bonds.i 'A IOIMT" UTSOW w _..._ MOM.board oMH .In ,in dUcrotMA. doMrmlno. .. 10. 4l the hUdoia .:Tata1piMliliiirin.f> it n Y 1:45t
bait partuant to SuS1..NNwityl, and awa15n1wMb r1 Mwls N 0/1 amNdrrwd r any rifc, MO wiotrfTotaifrrMTOfHAT ;:Saptomlsdr H. 1)72 a iid JtU..ttworlgliml ..
Whereas m Stoto _....-. as rttod 0.N C.1dNM1np pw.a.i5 wsS I50lNa 551M thereof woks ere secured wa 4, Ta distribute annually to. MM several 1oa1 tidi ci dcattonkiy *I o5haTrliii.? 'w"rJ" W)41{ ( fifiVijW I" -
.. ... .... .O of rsuN.15 drlv.4 )1511 Soars d 1115 : the cI CIJao..n '
"' tn MM furmor tow N In.awII M a y55! dw Mom MM 'Hconnnf of motor vehicle., IdI.M 5bhlcw''' ; / T 6E* ". 'Ia, ..yB.iT.' 'l1!;
M IS'dS N g11 505tl N 0,555155 N nlS Iw.w 151. (.,. .
wean SWaM Sib CMNNNiw .. M'prepwd .
a'.0 .w. fast' 'H> No funde anHclpated. ,. M be oislrlbut- ..,. .... fleas ot aaltf t Court tftUt 2aH. (iof
rtkM/ ,IC, aectlan 17, at ma CentttnmejM w Nna1N. N N. Oasis and I too lor w 1ft pwmNa N 5511 -Pi ... ... day,
COURT O) "ormKH.it.ly
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ad ORCTJ1T
limp and pal 55 15,1 Wow wws 111r.N. wavy 1sss N 511141.5 ..,515.. OIl 551511a5NNr_ eo' MoWkr1.susd IN TUB. AojruiiL A.D. I97X-'.,, ,1.--l ,>...wGILBERT
..._ Maw MM Morns Seals el Article XII, w such. )1..1 beam ...
1W1Otl. NN i.Ad asloMap any MM.a11ad JUDICIAL C3R- .ftu1aC11nw11e
5 *> re.dwd by MaStaM IgM55 n N'M THE BUliH'lH:
.Nan ..aN 'MO. M1s55r __ /... or lection. ,. oubaacnen (Ids) at this. _H..., 415.51541' r bas_ N 4,5.5w 55 S. BROWN CLERIC.b
FMrMo act at rue oHlliliid MM fan at PMrtdatMa _M N IsSea I d *. Man aa tmen id. as MM lomo a.,litedrAY MM ,luntor caltaat dtatrlcn/ ..-... .... proceed 'OUIT Of rLOHBCKl IN AND a dealt will bt MtorM.aimt a- BYi Beolab M. Moody iE.i

mr ddwr rnMNIS. d.v.,._MM MN xr N NN 1/1. Ca.SMMw M NAb --11'----. NIN. of HM INKS were aaod or are M fOtt BRADFORD COUNTY jmi Car the r.llW dtm.Dil.xl -
5.5..5 ad Ns -... W.i ..111,11011 Nall M 54.455* 11 anew .M wed. In ......Itoo. I b1111dlq... gNl.e.NN PUTYCLERK,1 0-b (Mid OHat'f
bww W N and wM M .ISwr.1ls la 0M FtrtittaD.
r.ojioniikilHM. M MMr N aSa N. sNfrs N 1"w. M .aanwn r, Mr aoy. oWtoMMna' hslSr .taoued .......... NnNdM1. .N1551.. .5. :CASEt142 731 4t < 29
w _15 151..51 l1 N- tordlnd MiidihNiaj ThU otloa> stall IM /Sand.ra :SO PM tn the A
reieurcet divisionAorboi N ,......... W 'NIMM St Nw 5..wS N-Win N M -1.:: : oauMpsna melnMln.Ina pubUAd Elate S.
and) too oMlpotlen* pio wean ronovotlnsV ar roptlrlnf at ml Ml Crolmi.rkn teem at 018
MM each week for fair (4)eoallll'lldly the .
WMreoe. It to MvndJ M .M _tel AM) 18Ua.a WflhulLks.-- S, nJ N.tl N115 ... -Na1wo"ww.s. _''ey.-.u M MCA 55)115NN w ELLEN. caw. T19itglir, fDr4 ,E
M 1M i pvNN /endN.a 1v.. 45.1 1.01.5 w aawMwS pl.w al Id.M W 551 w.. .N..,. Iwiac.N lunwr calMoe dMrtcM end wMcM c.iMelouHay nmbTtUtre- : 1IWQ Sa tbI fls d County -Courtwhlet. at,

wN.lad 1551w-Ills s,1 11dr preiecM/ hove boon *iiniii< by.. tor< C131Ud time< rba
pllraore
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M NN S.LINI
a. IN.p NwyrfkssncN M wry w pvla11 51115 NN nNa1d, ww15by MM echeal wand at tM until ...1.eo' ffNItiktU. .
a pylnnlaMii* o> tuniiid ma pooLa == if s a .,tad ,last be
: ...an1.M Iswd N WIa. 21 heard
a.... N_ I, M N ban Mauad 51515110 M wan wl a5)a.r 1vaa. N 111 cedallNNVkt. 15STII3C R I ogwQ' or
pill. pr55..N 5any wan w _
.. "Public relations
dNry Std twa1111.5 054 a1a.w5a'M..pr.5rSaw 5.111.aa.r.5/ Lana. Mt IN. M 55M1wb5d.1i .s .. l (131 d 11141an prwS 5 M, .nS tr/N IwM A11a !s 1973.CeXIJERT. lathe r
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N sun5w Iw1dltls. -
'. : :-= taM and N_ MMadld Now / 5/.5411 w.., IM r55.1a.150 COLET.JOt1NtALE.AR- S. BR art of not treating the pub.
M M Nrdvn .,. .... d ilia _S. N Mb1wb. SIN wait m 11b1..t N W. fsldtslaSata N 5)n N-SbsndNw MAE COURT BadAndMJoan s1
wan M
INN 011I _r grab .Ul a* MX* tuaooctten fd) kulo 1.15140. 11. C1511N S55Isy d. Sq. or THE> OHCUIT lie like r.latlon.-Fre.. W.. /
M .115.1., N daIs MN/1w a. 0 ;
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Nand dl Ilkf or .IaS1w .
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Mna Joty Ir end for thirty 5 7w. 51 1101151TS. '
..n'I:. : uL A N-:; Wq S ; A* M pop..M r.slslsa r. __h1_. WI ova 1 sills I.N4 ewl. brit, 0w. M 115 P' 1P2'l3lY ntelaaRT. Bjt Betty: EtfwmrdA) Ctxitr Grown, The Bergen (N. J.) ToiTMte, .
N.. V.0/1510. NM1N M INS NMM aMAosoAoA, aMnod by a an In attor .. :;. aalvd ,, :=:=.:: : Wltwsaki. N taaMa N w bands w. any SIRT Cle l Bradfiord> Coivtr
kotf PART1.
I b550 at tM or FOR Cltisen.
S I AOIOJI** abW 5.Srd. d 445 1155,1 45.15 NO'I1CE
M 150 s/.5 IS day'NV w
dSie1S/ M ,1./051 011I Ptah. N55ncT, 11 I M aMM, ) of MM 1NN.ry 9/24-4t-W14
and
015,5 of 5151.
wan W1. p ablans. d Ills Maiy 5d rte.I.11 TXON OT REAL PROPERTY r 9,17 /14rd


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earned almost $250. Do I ,I "" ,c" ""j"".J.\. .,." .''>'''' ".';.w., :<'.p.,,,,,:\, g.i',/ !'''i!"". neither earn $140 In wages .
have to social If' '
pay security i ". "la'n" tl ; : I 1. nor perform substantial
I Crlbutlona on these earn- \\rn.'s".7"e'.' ; '1145'', i ,I.t'. ..:..,.' ,,,, ....", services in self-employment.
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A. No. Your net self-em- "". '" T" .._'.... ..... 'n" '" ". Medicare protection at that

ployment Income must be of this year and I'm plan- time.
!PleaMV. .f. P r.y at least $400 before it Is nine to retire then. Since CONTINUE AN EFFECTIVE
earnings to the timeI
covered under social security my up Almost half the ,women 62
. Elect! Yew FriejMl. eW If your net earnings retire will be well over or older collect monthly security -
$1,680, should I delay applying
! Mill..... from self-employment were for retirement payments retirement benefits basedon
i over $400, you would be required their own earnings rec
,R. II. (RUSSELL) to pay the social security until early next )'ear1 ords.
., : contributions by A. Definitely not. You
'I April 15 of the next year.- should apply for payments Social security beneficiaries:
.HIIII Jr. You pay the contributionsto. about 3 months before your use your claim number if you
the Internal Revenue 65th birthday. Regardlessof call write, or visit a social VOICE IN CONGRESS
TO.COUNTY COMMISSION Service when you file your your earnings for the security office. It's the 9-diglt
J" income tax returns for the number followed by one or
DISTRICT 5 year. LEGAL NOTICEIN two letters shown on every
a m be 65 near the end one of your monthly benefit
1HE CIRCUIT COURT OF checks.
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT


; I ; t Ii FOR CASE I.. BRADFORD G.ill OF 1435 DAIL FLORUA and COUNTY.MALLIE IN AND r!

1 i \ BUL, Ms wife Plaintiffs! -vs-
tt RAYMOND K. SUMPTER and Never before has there been a time whenwe
BILLIE L. SUMPTER, Ms wife

i ,, WI tt t Defendants.NOTICE PROPERTYTO OF ACTION- vis needed official who would stand up

: RAYMOND K. SUMPTER ; and be counted. The 'record is clear, Don
'and BILLIE L. SUMPTER Ms
.r wife Address Unknown. Fuqua has made that sort of record. In
; t YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
,
\ )_ action the to following foreclose property mortgageon In every area, Don Fuqua has served those

Bradford Lot three County.((3)Florida. Block: B, : i'i who entrusted him with their confidence.
.1 Blanding Sub-Division accord-
; t Ing to plat of same appearingIn 1 tl' P' '
the Public Records of Brad-
ford County. Florida has been 1 1
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy) of Don't be misled! In
t your written defenses if any; spite of runaway Inflation
YES, I Am A Member Of Ancient to It on JOHN KOPELOUSOS Florida's utility
Church And Was Plaintiff's attorney whose address rates are lower than
City Baptist is 142 West Call Street, the average throughout VOTE
Chosen Youth Week Pastor My Starke. Florida 32091 on or the nation. In reg.
before October 12,1972,and file ulating these rates, I
Senior Year In High School. the original with the Clerk; of have represented you
this Court either before service 'responsibly conservatively
on Plaintiff's attorney or and prudentlyfor r ,.
; BILL LOCKHART Immediately thereafter; other four years. YM IN
wise a default will ben entered To continue protectingyour DON FUQUA
f7 t against you for the relief demanded pocketbook I
Candidate, For petition.WITNESS. in the complaint or support.need your vote and

:= (House of Representatives my hand and the
seal of this Court on this 29th
of August, 1972.
day
District 25 (Dem) GILBERT S. BROWN
Clerk of the Circuit Court TO CONTINUE TO SERVE YOU IN THE CONGRESS

By Beulah>l. Moody
.Deputy Clerk .
(Pd. Pol. Adv.) j First Publication: Sept. 7, 1972 1
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Dove Season Will' 00&n! Hare Oct.'I,
A Smith-Corona
can help rlnt h.erl October 10ut.Norember 4O \
TAUUUUS8ES:-Tbt. grit LBeeaId
ptuue BHsafciseeaswforiBlsretarrmoarnlDf HUM VoMtoter Itthroogfc
your teenager through school.AUTHORIZED da**dI..at. Nawwnter Ds rmb.r
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y 7. As earner report' Iuasd t throne*J.W..Ti.Hontlnf .
by the CUB Md AMB WaterFlsft wfll ne eBoMd from
( SCM DEALER! Coepratnr ......Ydlaetteit6e. 12 noon to uBset of each. open
Mr. Friday.,.October S.. day wD a sw iMift taMrdr
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FOX SALE ,;

a ja jB e n" eioB""""" B 11 Fabric
ExtfMtat' fovtntory Of Qnollty .
Please Vote For And ElectR. r."
(COMPLETE LINE OF FABRICS) ",
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H. GREEN COMPLETE STOCK Of :

Russell Burterick, Simplicity Patterns i 1,;
And Sewing Nation

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COUNTY 3 TYPES OF Z..n.


..411 Fixture Included.Ideally Located
COMMISSIONER From the Keystone Airport road the scone of the Cessna was not easily discernable. ,
It was not found until a Florida Power & Light crewman' Bob FlU, saw whore the plan. hod> '
I DISTRICT 5 DEMOCRAT struck a light pol. and knew the plan. must be nearby., FASHION FABRIC


Bicyclists Must Obey Traffic Laws

Green wiiiR.P,....,tAll { 114 W.,Call St. StcKrk, FI..
Many State law regulating able. "walk" signal and make sure
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Welfare ,
Th. And Work For
cirelully
People look
pedestrians and bicyclist are Always .you have enough tijne. to. cross.ft i j
Of AIL re being violated deilyas the openIng before stepping off any curb. Is unlawful to stand on Call 964-8344 For Additional Information,
of school brings Increase Cross street at cross the paved pr portion of the
r of traffic activity says the walks with the green light or roadway to hitchhike a vide.
Florida Highway Patrol..
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And Property. have specific responsibilities

and these rules parents with should their children discuss' William ft. (Jr.)
including showing them the safest -
Green routes to and from school, .
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Will) Work For says the fttrol.Bicyclists .
Better Roads. And Drainago. ,


Green Will Sao That Your Dollars A,. rules* co.rtrol:Give devices must hand obey signals and all driving traffic and- d', .,

Span Wisely And For Th. Best stop complete! at stop signs. F I'IES'I'ER .1 HH HHY
Interest Of Bradford County as AWhol. I : \
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and the handlebars.keep at least one hand on '. \: ,:

Always ride with the flow .i Y '
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Green Will B. Aveilable At All Tim. To of traffic and as near to the : AND HISFAMILY f1
Hear Your Suggestions And Try To right side of the roadway as
possible and not more than
Comply With Them*
two abreast. .

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must have white llghton the
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Your CIRCUIT JUDGE Group 5 I Bill Hester e was born: March 12.. 1938 in Alachuo,, Flav H.was educated in the Public Schools ',

of Alachua County and received engineering degree'and a law degreefrom. tho University of
Florida' H. was married in 1960 to the form. Emily Simmons Gainesville,. and they have
I t"..in daughters, Stacy and Stephanie, age 2.


I There Is No Substitute For Hard Work. :

Bill Hester worked.. his way through engineering school- and law school tOO/Sky" working as .> short order cook, retail shoe :
salesman. ,insurance salesman, ambulance driver, and any odd job that would earn money for his education. While in high .
school Bill Haste, worked an farms, cropping tobacco; worked in grocery stores as a bag bay and cashier;: sold newspapers,t
I II ,and sold peanuts earn money for things he wanted. Bill Hester has workod for what'.he has.

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II There Is No Substitute For Experience.'Bill ,

Hester has served as.legislativa. attorney in the Florida" Legislature. ,.advising. mombers .f both the Hens..' Representotives :
I IS > and tho Senate on complex: legal& matters concerning educational. funding, consumer protection air and water ; :.
pollution control, taxation, and homo rule, to mention s f... Bill screened and wrote bills far the members of the legislature)
Bill Hester IS experienenced es a LAWMAKER. H. has don research I.Legislature since. 1969. Bill Hester Is antexperienced i
attorney and knows. how interpret the 1_. H. has been a practicing attorney sine. 1967.. He is I experienced! i
I (in business. since he I Is a graduateengineer and practiced ...ai.engineer. and was also in the insurance business as en i
agent assistant manager, and manager.
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There /,* No Substitute For,: Understanding.Both :,

Bill's family and Emily's family. were ban and raised on farms, and man still ..,.... Bill Hester recognise the :
a ,Importance of the form. unit on tho economy end will diligently work to- make the f.,..,'* voice hoard 'in. Tallahassee.
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'"Bradford County Needs A Strong Qualified Voice In Tallahassee." .(

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i! i > Elect BILL .

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Left to right;: Tom (Elementary School), James* :Mike (Auburn University). HESTER T l "

Mary Lou and Laura (High School).. :, ;
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DEMOCRAT r'HOUSE OP REPRESENTATIVES DISTRICT 25
I "The man who sits a* Circuit Judge must have the wisdom and maturity to

listen .patiently rule objectively and dispense: justice fairly and impartially

to all who stand before. the court.-" James L. Tomlinson "Pittl, Your Voice Back In Government99F I.
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CHURqiWOMEN; gust
Clintock of Orlando the week-
:The.first getoral meeting of end of August 26. ples. 30 than the spot flushing that.hag
given days
company) was
Mr. x+ The Keystone Water decisionwas conducted the Keystone
Company) The long-awaited been by
"Trlsta Dawn:
ChUrch Women Johnston daughter -
Community of the order to
the ; from the date
? of Is entitled to an 8.5% return announced last week by Fire Department In the past.
1972-73 win be held SepCQm- of Mr. and Mrs.x.ryIJohn-: : Commissions planIn
for file with the
; Its $50.000 Service that the
on Investment In Public recommended
at 7:30 at the Educational ston was honored with a baby.shower the Florida taken It was
be
per U : pm. writing for action to
Building. on August 31at the home their plant and !facilities and may Commission following an emlner.s ,. the sediment flushing operation be don''t Quarterly -
president Mrs. Ernest okMrs. Inez Trlest. Debbie Ga. revise its rates upward to produce hearing held In Keystone to eliminate and all at one time so
.,:. The new served to Its customers.
tWig an annual revenue Heights on August 13, that the entire system wouldbe
McLean will and -rdsta, have been stayingwith gross that
preside over Johnson said yesterday
outlining Debbie's parents) Mr. and Mr.) 1 1.Ir of $32,670 based on the average drained, Johnson said.
the meeting the buslness 1971.The a letter had already been forwarded -
Mrs. John Knight but will leave number of customers ser- $32,870 figure Is an Increase -
of the year, which was setup to the Commission out-
this The Commission's order said
viced during the calendar of $4,225 over the annual )
on Sept 6., To'Jqtn Aryl who year
by the Executive board.'Report : lining a course of action based
that the Water Company's original
1970. shown at the hearing ) -
Is In AFB gross
training at Lower
will be. heard from the on recommendations made by
Joyed application "contained an
of 1970.
test
In Colorado.v for the year
elected and appointed officers with Herbert Stemmle PSC engineer element which always felt
had asked for we
who have had activities during Marge Lappe Is In Atlanta The company) who visited the Water Com- "
his This
KHS Opens Term a return of 7.25% on a $200,000 was wholly unjust. was
staying with her mother Mrs.
the s\unmer months and also and outlined
pany recently procedures -
the requirement that the utility;
based-on appraisal
an
'. the special committee Bertha, Morris after beingcaBed figure for eliminating the
from With Gain
Big made several years ago by be allowed a return on contributions -
there because of an accident
.chairmen social' of her son, Hubert Few. I understand stone In StudentsThe the Jacksonville engineering sediment. made by customers In
will also be
; This a a 1 of Smith Hills. Stemmle recommended perIodic aid of construction. The Com
firm Reynolds
meeting with refreshments being Hubert Is doing very flushing of all mains and
; mission pointed out that such
If it
To accomplish this return
served, to welcome new well And hopes to be released hydrants Johnson said rather
; School contributions made by customers -
Keystone Heights proposed rate
submitted a
and acquaint them from De Kalb Hospital In ;6
;f members Decatur Ga. and will return doing tap opened Its 1972-73 term Tuesday structure at the hearing that toward the expense of extending -
with the regular members. home with his mother around his with an opening day enroll- would have Increased the minimum Lady Golfers lines are designed to
i' Now" that regular meetings September 5.Newcomers. he Is ; ment of 902 students In kinder- / water rate 50%, from the limit the Utility's Investmentwith
have resumed restful and everyone has It to out area from ator garten through 12th grade, a present $3 per month on 5,000 End Summer, the consequent require-
had a nice summer. Jacksonville are Mr. and Mrs. son healthy 10 per cent Increaseover gallons to $4.50 per 5.000. ment of lower rates needed to
to back to work
Is time get Mrs. McLean the Elxle Buddy A. Melton and the 807 average dally attendance This would have been the min- Ringer'Tourney support such diminished invest-
and support ,
She Is looking their three children, Pam Ste- and at the .close of last imum charge ment. "Conversely the customer
new president. at this vie and Brenda. They have term. Ed Johnson, company manager The ladles concluded their who pays the contribution
for a record attendance recently moved Into their new and Principal Charles B, Rider said yesterday that It Is Summer Ringer Tournament on In aid of construction should en-
and
t first meeting urges every-circle house on Crystall Lake and 1 attributed the gain In studentsto not known what percentage of August 31 with Voncil Ketch Joy a return on his Investment
the :
one to support," new Mrs. Milton (Shirley) stated have the geitoral growth of the Increase will be necessary to coming In first with a 51 and through lower rates for utility; >
chairmen.. .\ i that she felt moving down here community; In recent months. meet the $32,670 gross figure Zee Tolles. second with a 60. service which are commensurate .R
DUPLICATE BRIDGE was a dream come true. Wel- son "A lot of new houses have and will not be known until a Su Dwyer and Lou Timmins tied with the contribution," the
come to Keystonel! Duke been built In Keystone Heightsand new rate schedule Is prepared for third place with a score of order said. '
bridge .
: of '
Winners duplicate -
titled surrounding area" he said. by the company's accountants 62 while Bernice Worley and The Commission pointed out
: game played Tuesday, Aug. Pat Gab has returned to her Another 50 to 75 students are No Increase In water rates Martha Hays tied for fourth that the 1971 Legislature adopted
Woman'sClub
: ,.,' ;29 at the Melrose Cook home In Savannah after a few April Maye Cuendet and expected to enroll within the can be charged until the new with 63.The a statute.which enables the

., and were Mrs.: First W.J., Mrs.'Grollck Frank with a weeks visit with her sister and was Keith Guernsey were next week or ten :days the principal schedule is approved by the last day of summer play PSC to confer upon the rate
brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. and Satur said. Commission. payer the benefit which he
marriage on
80 1/2 Second concluded with Flag Tour-
i total.of points; Two teachers have been If this cannot be done in was a should derive from
W.Q. new reasonably
A.V. Bannister and Mrs. Dowling. They enjoyed 26, in the Hope Bap- nament on August: with Von-
s Mrs. with 79 Third Mr. side trips to Pompano and Ft. the ; Theressa, with the addedone math and one Eng- time for the October billing cll Ketch carrying her flag the contribution in aid of con-
C.W'(Hardy Mike Falkel; with 78 Lauderdale while she was here. going : father the Rev.Cleve- lIshbringing the total to 39, which is doubtful Johnson said the forthest. Second. Lucille struction that he was compelledby
Mrs.
and Mrs. Becker I have learned that H.L.Morgan. sins Guernsey officiating. not Including the principal and no Increase can be made before Starnes; Third Vesta Alken; the utility to give in orderto
Ray
1/2; and Fourth Phil Kromer with- Jr. ; is in Alachua Gen- est is the daughter assistant principal;, Mr. Rider next January since water and Fourth Mildren Sutton. obtain service.
::;- and Mrs. eral Hospital In Gainesville after ie Mrs. E. C. Cuendet said. bills are rendered quarterly.
:'., ?5' suffering a heart attack. ; Heights and the "We're getting crowded for Johnson 'said that the Water Putts for the day was won b>
:.'. PERSONALS We hope he will be able to 6, at : the son of the Rev. classroom spice a.id will have Company had the right of appeal Vesta Aikcn with 30, and Mil
'. A belated Happy Birthday to come home real soon. If Cleveland F. Guern- to do somethlngaboutaddltlonal from the order but that dred Sutton coming in second S.E. MCKAYREALTOR
:. Gay Llvlngswnwhlchwascele. Betty Zowarka, Burt Hep- any Walton Beach buildings before long If this rate Mrs. Vi.-glnJa McCord, president with 31.The .
.. brated Aug. 23, with dinner at tlnstall and Penny Rodgers have ed, wore a gown of of growth continues" Rider of the company has announced ladles have enjoyed a full

'.' the Some Place Else Restaurant returned after a weekend tripto chiffon over satin said. that no appeal will be summer of golfing and a re lookIng Keyiton ,|H hs. 473-4816
; Atlanta mixing business lace bodice. Her filed. forward to cooler weatherand
Jack- with pleasure. They vlsHed the like was banded with lace The PSC also noted in the many great games in the
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: Livingston were his mother Merchandise Mart on a look- at the crown with order that water samples produced fall such as Die It. Lindsay HOMES. ACREAGES
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Mrs. Livingston Sr., Mr. and ing and buying spree for the Mr. with pearls which NEWS NOTESBy by several customers Walker Tournament and the RENTALS I IMr.
Mrs. Bill Harlett, :and Mr. Craft Shop. foam cathedral length train. of the. utility at the 1971 hear- Kathy Redfearn. Grand mother
and Mrs. Ray Starnes. Hope of Dodd attended the bride Helen V. tganAARPCHAPTER ing contained a large quantity Tournament .
Miss Sharon O'Donoghue and of sediment. Analysis showed All you ladles .. "..11.. .. 76'. .. 4'1-4 710lot.
Cay are encouragedto
you have many more. of honor and wore a .. .|I. t ha..uqInrN l ; .- ii7i
: David LaVallie Is a new member daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed yellow chiffon over that the samples were safe for. come out on Thursday morn' I.. J I Hnliinlii' 111.1011Pn.rh.1 \
'; of our community. lie O'Donoghue has returned froma a matching picture human consumption the Commission ings and get into the "swing"of Cu 1 17 A MOM
halls from Maine and will be the three-week vacation in Washington The lace. Other at- Plans for the Disney World said "but it Is obviously -' things.
i: new Science teacher for the 7th D. C. with her uncle stone of the bride were Mrs. bus trip will be finalized at very offensive." The
:' 8th and 9th grades. Welcome and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy / Mrs. Richard the Sept. 21 covered dish luncheon -
;y: to Keystone David. Hurst. Mrs. Hurst was the for- 11 at : Miss Kay Guernsey and business meeting of Alec Livingston
:'. Sheriff and Mrs. Jennings mer Bobbin Welchel and wasa Club. Beverly Cuendet. melroso Community Chapter
:.:- Murrhee and Mr. and Mrs. J. resident of Keystone In her the groom as best \\U!P. The railways bus line Featured In

;-; P. Hall Jr. have returned home high school years. the Denny Ramos of Pen- will meet the persons charter- National Adv.A .
:, after a nice flight to liar tow, Col. and Mrs. Frank Cobry', it of ushers were Dan Ing this bus at the Episcopal
..- piloted by Don Curtis for the Mrs. Richard Dorff and Cuck Richard Cuendet and Parish House Melrose: former resident of Keystone -
:: dedication of the first Florida. and Diane Cobry were house The tour has several rates Heights has been recognized -
.*. Sheriff Girl's Villa. guests of Col. and Mrs. Jim girl was Rwondell 'and is as follows: Cost of in Sports Illustrated :Magazine -

i'; Sharon and Beth Walrath have Chessington over the Labor Day All ring bearer was John ,the bus Is $6.50 for a 12 hour for his success in Ms, '.

1: returned from a week's visitS weekend. tend the groom's nephew. 'trip.. Fifteen or more pa lIen- field! of group Insurance plan. .,,t.-- irh' '' t
with their grandmother Mrs. Kathy Wharton has recovered' Breland of Mobile Ala. J&arjp: Cam Bastedo,'* if "ofk6ton, Ca. from oraT"BU eryMch co *!W !!1t"1'14" / i'e' ere Is Love" and the bus but there are three cap son of Mr. and Mrs. Gay Li

., Mrs. Bastedo.in trun' spent a sisted o ,.the removal of four -,?s.< Prayer" accompan- acity bus seatings for 38, 42, vingstone of Keystone Heights.
:'> few days with her daughter wisdom teeth.; It sure has been William Nail. or 48 passengers. The special Alec resides in Fort Lauderdale The
', ;' and son-in-law Bobbl and quiet around my house this at a : was held In the rates at Disney World are for with his wife,.Susan, and
Frank Wai rath, in I Keystone past week! building of the seven attractions $4,50; or 11 their 18-month old daughter
: Mr. and Mrs. Bill Slmmeral Sympathy Is extended to the Mrs. DIn Dodd and attractions for $5.50. Alexas. RAW BERRYI
:-, enjoyed house guest, Lt. Come family of Mrs. Nettle Rivers The Ramos Mrs.Helen When the chapter meets the Alec graduated from P.K.
mander and Mrs. Robert Mc- who passed away Sunday AuV1 will Mrs. Butch Redding number of members signing up Young High School In Gainesville -
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.,.. I ered Priscilla Dodd cutting for the trip will depend on the and the following fall OIJTIQUElk5pens
',.' on : wedding cake ser- size of the bus, and U there enrolled at the University of !PATCH
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: : the and keeping the are any vacancies friends may Florida where he attended for
: I All Join the at the same rate.
group
I I"f two years.
',.1 short honeymoon trip Chairman Perry May must have lie then enlisted In the Reserves Sept 84,;
ilk:1 The the couple will re- a week's notice for the Trall- and spent six months !
ning Pensacola where the way bus line and 48 hours for training at Fort Polk La. Upon ;

) attend West Flori- Disney World. his return, he married Susan Modern
: Say to 5 ; As The Telegraph Is a Starke Hunt of Deerfleld Beach "The Most
merly newspaper reaching the areas and then went on to graduate
ti1f around Keystone Heights :Mrs. I" Town
stone from Florida Atlantic University -
1.: I AAH! Blvd. i Hazel Richards entertainment Boca Raton In 1969. ),Dress Shop
committee chairman for the Upon graduation he soughthis
Li Bradford County Senior Citizens For T to
:r career with Connecticut General [Clothes:
nl 4r Club is getting Information Life Insurance Companyin
,\; from Greyhound for a possible Fort Lauderdale. After his A t HeurtIlpcn'
Young
{"J. Disney World Tour for first year with this firm he
,f", : For club members., Final plans was, voted Man of the lear.
,
';' will be under study.by the meet- As a carrer representative.
financial Ing on Sept. 12. Alec devotes his skills and Interests -
well for his
i All's I The next Melrose Community to helping the area's
) 1.11. +
Chapter meeting will be a leading Insurance men providefor
future, too thanks to Mom covered dish luncheon at 11:30: the needs of their group
i at the Episcopal Parish House
.I!, stone Insurance clients.Congratulations.
.)t and Dad who save steadily in a In Melrose. A business meetIng go out to Aloe
stone ( the magic has will follow presided over Livingston as a fine rising
President R.F Simmons.
nn bj businessman whose
at this bank. Just open a of our relationship young
: Idea Is to SERVE FIRST In the
(Con't To Next Page) insurance field 1
f'. savings account add to it (


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BANK ; ReElectw.
KEYSTONE STATE
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Mars-Men Meet

NEWS NOTES In Keystone; .

By Helen V. fcgan: Honor Nelson


(From Preceding Page) On the week-end of August
Heights was
26-27, Keystone
again Invaded by the "MenfromMars"
FELLOWSHIP CLUB to conduct their annual
The Game-Fun Day was en- picnic meeting at the Masonic

Joyed on Aug. 24 with Ed Roberts Hall. The Mars-men ............ .... ....... ..... ........, .. .... ... ....,. .... ..,...,... ,,., .... ....
as master of ceremonies. are licensed amateur --- ---- ;--;';';"';';'-O:';';" ;;; :: :::::::-.o:::;;:: ::: ;;;; >>>; f'";'''' :;;:'','''''''''''';;>'': ''''''': ..-; i'o' ..:.;.>i..i.> ;""... '.: "ir. ; ; ;" ; "1',*". ro'r. '" n' : : ,r.7; -:-' ni "

Hcfreslunents were ser erators who are REWARD

ved by Mrs. Llllle Roberta the third Army, world For Information leading to recovery SEWING OPERATORS. i 'SEWlNG i
and co-hostess, Mrs. Mltta Military Affiliate RadloSys )' of OVATION guitar & It ,
Kersey, during the social hour. Members and their case, Ser. No. 1053.Model 1123- Cadillac dfPORTUNITYr I "
The regular luncheon pro came from all parts) of 4. --Call 964-6000. Itchg MACHINE.
gram, and business meeting of state for a total of ; Uniform Part
Time
tho club will bo held on Sept. sitors. : Company ItKE, 6ENEVA Sales and Service
14 at flio Lions Club at 12:30.: Herb and Lola Nelson ) ELECT Judge T. A. YAWN S'ceJsEgperteneed v May Keep Present Jofa I '
President and Mrs. Lester open house Saturday :) 15, 8 Sheets have returned from a 26 guests. This has be In experienced and capable .1" I SALIS New Homes
vacation trip and family reunion custom since 1964 when be hands. 20 years Judicial Experience. Sewing > From.9 ..m, 12 a.m. ,
In New Brighton, IV, hosted the MARS group the unless Candida te. Circuit .lachlne' QporatortHo.ur. .,; 2'IID./ -4' '\\'IpLS, WHITE
and will preside at the business tln1 e. Judge, Group 6. Itchg ;;_> Thursday,. Friday or 473-4321)) $49:50
the s'Permanent : I PHONE! up
meeting.'Jlio Sunday morning '
in that : Monday
Bradford County Senior thcred In the Masonic for : : .' :. .:- "ON .ROUTfe' 100 Repair oh '
'M..1 Parts & *
Citizens Club will resume set up the covered dish for INSURANCE f : i':30,: .... .. ,",;" ,'l: p.Mz \ ;, 'i 1- .*. ." .... .. TCeynton* Hei; hm, Kin.SINGLES alf other Moke Mochines. .
meeting at Ole Recreation Hull which was enjoyed by the .1.\.1."t 7 -
on I'm It St. on Sept 12 at 1 1 p.m. the meeting was Is not ATREDUCEDRAie ,,/ ) Empldyment' .

p.m. This notice Is In the Interest to order by emcee BUI of- AUTO. FIRE:9J&AT .' I'' '. .,, FrJnje; n. It MAKTIH. CAMPE&U.S. "'. -
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of Keystone Heights of Colnesvtlle, who t t !III' NATION L
members, who will want to attend meeting over to Errol DOYLE-= E. CONNER ;", ':\\prl : ;, '96.':W.it,,.Lot. Cjfy ,

of Jacksonville who Is INSURAHCE'.ACE.rtCY.; ';. :' UiEo'.tBrOwnl.: ) :' / Phor.e752.J72i : ...._HGIIItI I 611 W. Univ. Av..
lorlda Director of : ,
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".. ;tchO.. ) .' .' ,ttpt. fUsi Selection 01 Galn,.vllU, Florida
MELliOsr IIOMEMAKICKS After a review with some ; .'S'- 'Ii'it" i, ( 4 .DOUBLE WIDES .
\ : ,,, ::1.' ,
The club, which Is a member cussion and allowing reports each '. ." :/. : ;' ::M-R VE ,;tR IL RSr. Expando Rooms & Add 378-1355
of tile Alnchua/ County Extension a drawing '- '
Service, regrets the ber to pick a prize of $ .50' $ SAV! $ r.. 1HtlHI.HOMES.}.! On Roam* '

news that Mrs. Elizabeth Ah- electronic equipment. E' STRUCK\ CAMPERS, Free delivery and set
rano, extension agent for the Nelson presented each of "; I( JAN:TOPPERS up LINOLEUM FLOOR Covering6x9
past 15 years, Is leaving dies with a gift of Pro- 'FIEi ,. i f ,t I1\t! \ iI, too MlliE: RADIUS 83.19:' 9 : x 12 $5.98; '
the service August 31. As A surprise "This is : t ;} Jf! f Ports.nd. !12xl2 $11.50; 12 x IS only
the County Clubs are on Life" was initiated by to 50 bUlCK-PONtl/C': :'': :t..t.: .. S.rvlce ::1'" BAN 1.fl't! c G $14.95, many patterns'and
vacation, and tile Mel rose on Herb Nelson, that r'SO-, .. colors.: Dahmer's Discount.
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NWY J7 North Green
Cove '
Club will not meet until years Herb 1928 through football 1930 at the, ,: 1 ,CMC"TRUCK: fr. .''r. .riI'.,...._! .,"""'...,:........."..... ...".". .:.....": ',,,.',,.:... Tel.. 284-5001- .-264-7311 i'I'tfchg.WE -,
Sept. 28, Mrs. Ahrano advises played .. 4 Llt.TL? IDt'cYbu ,4Y,. I "" .. .1 ", -,". .". '"-" -.,-, ,, ....'..'. ., '"""'j",""' "",".'."" "' "."""" "" "" "''''''' '':
clubs to follow guidelines verslty of North Carolina. A LOT"UttREEN ;. \ ,; 1" > ':tt' ')-" ':;' .J' ""''''': r "" ;' :'i': ,
suggested In the Affirmative read newspaper accounts I'' WEEDED .1 GIVE SERVICEWe get
Action Plan and keep active letter from (JNC Sports C'OYE s jrti S" {{; .t". 'II'\\9(,." ..f ), NORTH 301'.. Near Underwood results! List your property; for
until a new agent Isappnlnt- mation Director that was : ._ ...oi'ljlf( : \ f; C'. ,fitf'/i...!, if :. 'J; do'l1'; : .. Motel 'IS acres; 600 feet on sale with us. Call today._
cd. Mrs. W.II. Allen, president complimentary. Two- : 'f"'" ;F I '" ',\' ,."$<:; ."&; %!/,, .\;. .. ,1: : HlRhway.! ., Will sell all or part BILL POAVELL, BnOKERj9646464 ': --
of tho Melrose Club will mentary tickets to the made ; 'i: Ooftt/ of ,FIort Ic.Jri.need., dependable;;able forma.. A.J Thomas' ', Realtor or 964-6810. UchgPTmIUTII'
be l in !North; Carolina BICYCLED ... I ,964-57uV -.
confeicnco with the Extension : game are Jt ( 'fo'dof' t i .
-* tf. iftP.Ho"elllperlence "necesary.< 'S ,

members.Office and advise club mailed Mr, Nelson to Herb.was also rn for nt ,.-ErAIIIL: ; ;fit! i1 p!,i.9f. jr (worHr>v' rtirhe t! ;.;, frlrige. benerils. ,' ,1'1"I, :., ) ,\ :

ed with a beautiful, _ftet *. Parts, Tiret.I&\t.b! \ tt '$; 'I: V* 'P" '* : O.O Carnes'Nuraery I.UMOHKR\ : ()\\ &
pr.nso\u.s water color of himself mvOtl Mt: ,WltUrfGJO. WORK. AJivfr PL !, '
.eel*' :rSKlJ: BlKfcS l : '' .- Thousands of' Plants MO() ()
Mr. and Mrs. Holiert Terrell was made from a \ XKtt&\\ .t".. # i+( ," ; -;'iTp round.r.KKI'XIK :
of I.ake Brooklyn recently returned taken In 1929 In full .\tlstfS Metier.\ C I'" 'I"1i' I.) "" _" .. ",/! ,' Fruit Trees Shade Trees : :
from a vacation and family uniform. Now Herb \ el "this. ; '\\.I |L jf jfTrikcs ''t( !..lg'J.; \tl' 'tWIN .JOIST ,: Evergreens* Camellias,
In ad : foraultlll' J Ji 1. > ,. ., .. Eaves Shell
gct.togcihcr: trip to West it must feel for folks \ ,. .. ".' : .. ''Azaleas Roses

Ilaitford Conn: and the homo real "This Is Your Life." main-. .. .. MACK'S'" .. f II'!'?, '\'j .'j"t't; 'l.t ,lI :'ijf.C! N'I-rI.1.;!- ;: : fiOYER.' r Od; Meet la 'ean. ." Plant "Anyllm I &', Garage

of their son, Harvey I.. I'orciin ... r. J' I, ) LANDSCAPING"t
SWAr $ J.: O l"01 'h"OUg .frl 1 :
and family. Most of their ,. ,
,, \ .' .iI ; {,,::1 ij'rJ ..,.," 1OQ: M.'t'o $:bO PM tF :: > Ml. SE. ,,' stark,.. ,If try. .,., 100 964-8867
time cottage was spent of at tho the I'ordzms new seaside at My making' T.' '3 Mil.. Soth.'i,: OIf. O M...,,; ;:....:.'bJlii:;;: t;. .x's.... ......,.......... "' .....,..."', ...,...... .:..'..$'.'' Florahome 6S'.2165SIIAD.Y
neighbors ., thU. .'t.,' .\ JI' "
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Crescent Beach Conn.AVHP '' "(,if f" ,, .", ,\\:" !:;' ,.J"liwlw 'M rkll'lj, ,... ', ELECT Judge 1'. A. 'YAWN
/ members, enrolling I ,th t, I Ir ))VLLOOZ tt W J. \ "" RK PAIRS : COMTOHTA1JU2" ANllATTliACTIVK and HE I AX. Your Court will
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t>ARTi CALLS
through: the recruitment drive .' W" ling and lti! rIns; S p ww 'ANb, ? HOUSE \ :::.. Ihiee large bed be in experienced and capable: :

are Mrs. Leah Mary Cerr Keystone J, than .,,.. rocK. No :chargvIn $ .; .,. .?) ,r .:t i HqP_ ,!QRK. rooms, two Ule baths.;'' living, hands 20 years Judicial Experience. :
*, > Candidate :
.. :' Circuit
ol4
; Mrs. Blanche CunnlngItum *''.No Job too smaltgasl : ftMtf$ $ Ar.O 1t Mrs. Louise Forsytheand *" ff after:. 5.. P.n\t\ : tp J ,.If!' 9' Lots, ,of shade and fruit, trees. Judge, Group 6. Itchg
Mrs. Blanche Carlson, all of J&H14 IrfeifcK&fclkhtM ; You ;.Rhould see.thin ono. .\..J..
1A.
Lake Geneva. < : ;A. Hpt'SEFronts !: ,,' '1'' AAsoaATBs.'i.V' l;, ... (, Thomas. \'realtor' 'lei.. 96457IHtfchg -
I' WILaft.'I / /), ," WATER FRONT LOTS
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I ? S. Water Wee* ill I
'' Phone ) .il': .:," L.orII'" FOR SALE
> 2oned ? ,,,,,, I "
& .Nt"' t.'i' 'I'tf"f' e, Fla. t |S4>SOo i f 4 .;. "' On Crosby Lake and Crosby,
1"1'
f ," :; i' i., FOR: hENT(2' wide Mobile
: 1 (
feet,
Canal50'
> r1 Lake Canal. )
: ,11011. \ .. .. ? ',,,, .:'. .
m. ;
POSTCD:: SIGNS Treated to >!d''H.. ,' .1.' ..homes putsldo city limits J. n, wide 8 feet deep) Located on
withstand weather-: 200 each. j'M: |' k ;,'din.oe&. ;I. h nlu: : ''f'bJ.w: ;. I 'iu' j (.:,o...)",I\lll,,\:: .!.'(. R f'.JJ-lot: ''',''Ii, ':.-I... J,.....rlr.a.UM..IJ.; .; ; .r._964-6114 State: ,"Road 100, 3 miles'West,; _
| ,! \ JI I tt. JlRIc.- '- ( .' 904-8709.! If '
; Or
$2.23 doz.; Special price on : ( 2 separ I -P ? ; Ih'hlf, l .III ; no J answer of Starke, Fla. Ideal for vacation
larger quantities. Bradford "I 111&1;'r lo hike riling .. Price t Qt4't :r ';';-i I., Tti'ii:; :N!,.,of. koNtanaj ) call 964-8874." :'tfchg .' cottage mobile home or'

County' g npl.,. lu lime my vlfe ,II"II.I l : :Awe;I; I Kd. ,100ifA Inves enL *

,,' '. : ''I' __,__.'_, ...' .;, -r'...., : { ( t.:( .HiJ.J: : ( IJt t;. f' \ ':I i, ) I o /Drunofskf! O' <:r" COTS FOR SALE!:','Starke.Golf down prices and start$35.00 at $1.295.00.month for$200 3snr

: ; : I .. ,. .. Jpa Water Pills, oi>V ty tWB* .. ." I>hon,' .f{';" :\1M & Country Club' ready for >n""is (8 1/2 % simple interest '
," \t ,. s' 1' '! msy.r Rack CiBrantfco.-f Koch building on or for InveS 1lent. .

KEYSTONE -"M" 9 :: ( ; ; l7 ", 0;'" .,e" ,. :,' ".' Lots area approximately. 1/2 Call). 964-7701 8 ajn.' to 9.p.m. .
acre and larger. Paved roads
,
I 'f".T. r ,, l' W 'rE -; t1.od furniture, re only 3 minutes from town. .-weekdays." tf
: rlg't.t rVashers.; --Dab-
IUSINESS DIRICTOR.Y \ 4 t W .M DIS $t.: ,b. Discount House, Call 964-7OI. ,8 a.m. to S P.m.
tt/chg. '
fajrm
. "' ;:II ': f 'i i {I': () \ \ <,'te53 pfcrtence-ln > <[4Sa. .., 'f'. ... tfchg
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FISIlERMVN'SSriTI.IrSSUM'S I II \IWI1n.ilm\ : : i ::; { ,; sum t Ing\ classes: \'week-(0f( ;StI .fk TT *'. >vfe \ "' .(wts .PUMPS 'ller Browa
r ,
: .
CJaues forall '
4. Kegister now ;.
i--- I e ages, '3 1/2 up.B; !l1e! t.Tapi'Aero t/ 'W di a'Shop NEW AND USEd ,
V : -: and ':Modem> \iMrs.NDorotlij [ CARtlldesParti
Pln Mortl
ANDGARDEN ; Salazar:. For' Infor*: Whl'De .si SALES ,. ,

Fish N'STJff ( :': l holds ma ton call I .064-709, lle. .\ US 301 S..- Phone PARTS ,
i
Livo Bait ; Jjn. 3tp 7/7 *. >t.; '\ 964-82')2 'SERVICE V olkaw '
A complete line of j 1 :! .: ) gen
Crick ofs-Shinnon-Worm [ t Dt. and Shallow
'" ; t p W.llj-
nCDL'CC safe fast; ..GoBese'Tablets UTILITY TRAILERS "U....
Minnowt \1.1111'\. 1 11'llImhhlj. : { In. "\ & E.a'ppills" FINEST SELECTION OFlft -"#ate*.. .Softnert and New I
CUSTOM BUILT Sales Service
*' I:Icctrlcal.ixj. : \ '
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TACKLERODSREELSFISHINGS. : Edgar Andrews Phsrmi FiltersPlumbing
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HUNTING (. lone I crilll/cru': 9/21. '. "'r GAS'AND ELECTRIC: J,!: 1 ,Ml. North of Tire M.UOAiNESVILLE

LICENSES AMMUNI.TION InlC- : 'lldde I .WELDING I BRAZING, : : Supplies jt I

ICE Hwy 21 N. 230 yds FOR &XLET40 ft, .. SHEET METAL" EXPERT SERVICE ON

;X ey.tone Hgh. 473-4357' .Llqht home Trailers, on"vheell, ? ? ,k '1RAILER'ftl.I91: S ALL MAKES '
Small -
TttHiers40 .
over-the-road ,
Key Han" Hgtt. Also INSTALLE'D'Y PHONE 964-70}!,
; 1 Ph. ft. Insulated vans.Great Darwor -;
FtlnITt'RJoCIFTSlake :
I Uorsey. II.M. Hertidon. 8 THACK TAPE Decks repaired
TI'U\; : ISIII\\JR [( ) Lawtey,. Fla., 782-3253. 4tp Wl.-.G, MACHINES' cleaned, DURRANCE'' and cleaned at Dahmers 1 Discount

Geneva : ., 9/21 ,. oiled and adjusted In your home, PUMP & SUPPLY (;0. fast service tfchg
TV Service 55.. Vacuum (;Cleaner. repairs
Furniture ,'f FOR WLn-. Concrete, Wocrt' t also. All work guaranteed. _. Moved
Qliii'"i house in city. 2 bedroom// Dennis E. 'Cogglns, phone 431-. 5 Blocks jNorih I
Gift & Candle Shop & Air. Phone 964-7142.4 tpO/2r ,1428. tfchg. 864 N. Temple''Ave.E !
TV nERO : acres .mri
CAR AND ,: cleared 1 REDUCE excess fluids ;

E\Qn ITI': (;IFT:.; TAPE DECKSCOMMERCIAL home. fluldex, 41.89. Lb3ELIGH > t OLIN'S'. MOl II NOMI SALES

\\ T with DexAClesulei. 7J,. ..
Furniture Far Every ANDRESIDENTIAL )' re- 81.93 sfjMitchelUior. ur Policyof2 SALESPARTS
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T And ;I LawUj., %W" "' '
OI'e Pu.e : ; .'Ijo' SERVICE
See Our Candle display: AIR CONDITIONING' ; I .. fcS'Ettl I -
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:\u' : :' .; t 1 Cltj', :''lriu"l P9!' $200 over insoicend USED IMPORT CARS, ,
Hwy. 100 E. Lake Geneva 'house or Sen-H ri 4 ljter.d. Ut. up ithiK\ :j QfJ. ,; "
,,1STIIE:\ 11I':1:11: (: ) ,, ;
1 Mi. East of Keystone Hjts. i Highest l11i1e. ..ldiuj. Su it to beh.% e It!' 3C HARFRED AUTO
"" ;; .Nell's I -, '
oJ b I IIOHII Stjle .c : i r tt nt>
\1.KST\TF City; 1 ,. 475-2211. 2tchg83 avaliable IMPORTS, INC.
Also I
to: flOlant : dining*, .. on our I t lited Mobile
Richard T. Lovorn \\ (10 sell jour :' ; '" ? !ponies: and 2 R ep4>>issestUns.i; 509 E. University

Home.*' If }ou ha\e a b for stolen ilack Xdmlral .*'? >:/. (>;.. ''ttwy.' 1 D1S'We..__ Storlco 964560iiom&and: GotneivllU 372-4373
Mobile Home Brokers : '2 bed batler> opera udTmod. V,, rt-t. .
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Kcal Ksutc lUokcr vr5 "
lq. ; el .7P280 serial TB41S30 abouH .. .
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living 1
Jl'I'ange1.1. !
financing
: 9 Inch size. Dahmeri DUooJnt. '* e'" x-l1.jteduclnlt.1'l n., 43Tabeta.
Insurance details for a ( ; not. 2tchg 0/9 JtoiMV MOOto 'I $3.00. Money Back
LAKE PKOPERTIi 10": iit\ i
keragc fee of of the ; : Guarantee. -- Koch Drug
ESIDEHTIALT< price. For more ; k1l2. W sfoSra' } 11 Store. 10 tp. 9/7 ?.
call ",. 2 '
BUSINESS. ACREAGE'APPRAISALS MOBILE HOME HflMlllII BO Alp FOB_ riw, handle air lJ"ej, rJuildi

RT.,1 1 BOX 350 J .i l house: tjefeeis, crvUee, and tears* j Materials ELECT: Judge T. A. YAWN
oak ? % i i and RELAX. Your Court will
Keystone Hgt*. 473-3254 MELROSE FLORIDA CeRe. ,... '.: W ",oft Tf r special* peckaget' !j Bt'ILD- be In experienced and capable
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PHONE 475-1751 LTeurof New" t hands 20 years Judicial Ex
Edna Kneppor; Assoc. j 1 Your Pl na 0' Our* perience. Candidate Circuit

473.4111 ; : :! :'' Ji J ,1'1'I YouKLbOepuir(." Judge, Group 6. Itchg ...

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