Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 28, 1972
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:01307
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Bill ted Second Primary

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Bradford County voters I

bock to the polls
t 1' In.a. preliminary session Tuesday on October '3 In another I

L- night the Starke City Council analyzeda record vote al-

--- proposed $1.3 million budget for the mos|,.. rivaling the

1972-73 fiscal year, recommending an 78.5 per cent turnout I

.r "'"' over-all wage increase of 5-1/2 per cent seen here In the I

Commissioner Conner Inspects ,New Market for all employees.In First Primary on

'Sept.. 12. I

Commissioner of AgricultureettrrucdonConner .Market Manager Bob Allen, 'we certainly didn't plan that at the Bradford County fair shape. addition It was decided that $2.75 per hour. CouncilmanBill Interest
In local
all foremen will be paid at Noegel was asked to supply' Still 'tops J
con rlghtT' and Dee S. Paffos, air- but we did need a new facility ,grounds. About 20 per cent real
enewinspected Starve State plan* pilot with the Department here," Conner noted. complete now with foundation Contract price for the' 50 by least $125 per week, to raise figures at next Tuesday meet- and predicted right to down a.to the I
in whirl- walls Triest Is expected( to. 152 foot $68,444. the wages of volunteer firemen donnybrook
Market building/Is
Farmer's a of Agriculture. up (S.ePog.oXHampton! finish line, U the contest for
wind visit Monday' to BradfordWltli'tlw' ." pour' the concrete floor 'soon.! .Ujwtll i include office space andcyplers. If the Federal Wage and with I
"'Conner Triest Construction"Key-1'' Price Board will allow. and to Superintendent
asked If any leads have The pre-fabrlcated steel building Triest has 150 days and
'. found to the mysterious stone Heights,...I.. contractor 'w job Compleoft '' add $5 .to the Christmas,bonus Incumbent Tom Casey
been !. ; is also dui!to- arrive> Ilt : comply te'jhu, ., both
Mire which 3Ies e..,(:. '.... for th*,new'building going tip.on :'adat:4hG4rdd't-: : )}>AhKeG>> rte.:. \ ,/,,,.,.. svt;*owc jSor'! ; of.all employe s.'Ib.major salary challenger Jim Ttwnpl
'" -" <,Old" 'iF the:5-1/2 percent making an all-out effort to capture -
commissioned Increase
; aUT mark tbt }d: .. Wall sfarof the old market ,
..... *.. : :: : wooden {t, the / the new market begins Mtt, .take Z'l the votes
of IHI
f '. overall raise, Is already figured a share
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\ ".*.. u t r- '.. .' u, .f' Inil wY 'into the new budget In fIg- ,Zoning scored by third man Dill COIi-
: In the First Primary.
ures submitted earlier by department tello
heads.In Temple led Casey by 52 votesIn

". the, 3 1/2-hour session RequestDropped the first go 'round-- 1,899to

3 :B.HS SeniorsCharged Tuesday night the council Temple 1847. has continued his attacks -
j added some $9,000 to the expenditure on the "USO power
side of the bud-
; new bloc,'* charging that too much
" ,. get, making it total 1294974. of Bradford County's school
\ Total Income, according to figures -
for administrativeand

. rill Edwards compiled Is$1,346,782 by Clerk ,Mer-giving Rev. Melvin Hamel, pastor of budget supervisory goes salaries, and

: In Fight: the council a 950.000-plus the Hampton Baptist Church, not enough including brother school academics.pur-
cushion with which to work and about" 75 of his followers poses defendedhis
Casey vigorously
',;'\. '''' "" next Tuesday night. crowded Into the Bradford Zoning administration and cites:
J t The :5 1/2 percent across- Board meeting Tuesday in the construction
Three Bradford> High seniors ever, that steps had to be taken checks and fined $26 or 10 M the-board pay raises will total night to protest a country music of progress new buildings, vocational
were charged last Tuesday with to guard against repeated days In Jail plus restitution. somewhere between $70,000and park being located about two training, adult education and
disorders of physical nature t Increase miles sough of Hampton on SR-
fighting on school property; andaprosentence fined $80,000, the biggest other areas during the past
Elvira Jane Hartley
Investigation and to ensure the orderly rou- In the new spendingbill.
tine of education at BHS. $101 or 10 days In Jail for trespassing f 325.The eight years.
this when .
was ordered Tuesday request for rezoning was Another strong vote-getter Is
after warning.
the case came before Judge Some students seem to thinka .tit The new budget Includes withdraW! however, when the Sheriff's race, where Chief '
Theron ''Yawn In plea day in suspension for such disruption ", John Powell was charged with $329,492 In Interbudgetary County Commissioner; Eddie Deputy Uolph Reddish had a
County Judge' Court. at school are a vacation, 'assault and battery but,failed a transfers, giving Starke'an actual alien In a brief statement told substantial lead of 915: votes
according to Francis. 'to appear at court.' 1 1r spending bill Just over $1 the crowd and the zoning boardhe over runner-up Tom CrawfordIn
Principal Charles Francis \ million. has sold the property In The vote
signed affidavits against the Other action In court Tues- \John Mobray Armstrong. was A main source of Income for question. Allen had asked that the Reddish First Primary.2,122 Crawford
three, Leroy Davis, Timothy day was t the city is the General Fund the be rezoned toper- was ;
] 1 property Both have been cam-
Clark and Jack Knight on Sep Ten felony cases defendants \ (See Page 6)) which is estimated at $439,432, mit a country music park and paigning 1207. hard men for their shareof
,, tember 19 after they participated all wanted the right to pre- up some $13,000 over last year the sale of refreshments. AlIen the 1,097 votes that went for
In a fight at the close liminary hearing. Sherry Green $17-
t because of an anticipated said In his July request third high Maxie Carter, Jr.
of school *day Monday after Stokes Bacot was charged with 000 Increase in cigarette tax for rezoning' that he had no in the September 12 voting.
noon. Francis and Supt. of breaking and entering and Tuesday'sRainfall collections expected to go from plans to serve alcoholic be-
School. Tom Casey felt, how- waived the right to a lawyer. h F $124.000 to $141,000. General verages.At The third county office run-
Geraldine Simmons waived her 1 .t vr fund revenues Include$96,651: that time the rezoning off will match Elsie S. Sanders -
right to a lawyer for the charge property tax collections, $80- was protested by several SHS- high man with 2,321 votesIn
with aggravated assault. William 000 in dollars transferred from 325 residents 'who feared the the first Primary, against
i.: GttjrQJoumOInrrGarage Rawls was charged with the utility service tax fund music would disturb their Carl Hurst, who scored 1,586In
l arson and he said he would ,First In plus various smaller Items. chickens.' But In the meantime the first round for County
i furnish Ms own lawyer. Ro- opposition' to the music park Judge. Hurst will have'to !get
t bert Lee Martin, Robert Earl Other main source of Incometo most of the 1,135 votes cast
I h. 24 DaysiFirst the city is from the Utilities apparently arose from Rev.Ha
Martin, and Randall Earl Martin mel and some members of his In the First Primary for
[ Revenue Fund expected -
System ,
were all charged with aggravated Hutchins In order to over
congregation at the Hampton
to total $868,350: In
assault and will furnish some come Sanders' 735-vote lead.
I their own lawyers. He- rain In 24 dayi, fell on 72-73, about the same as the Baptist Church. Hutchins has publicly announced -
man Lee Allen was charged Bradford County In widely scattered fiscal year ending this Sept. "I've Bald the property. I've .upport for Hurst and
T with writing a worthless check showers Tuesday, according 30. The city expects salesof got the money in the bank. I has .urged his supporters to
t and will furnish his own law- to the Florida Forest electric current to total don't care' whether It Is re- vote for Hurst on October 3.
yer. Neal Marshall will fur- Service Headquarters .on SR- $656,000. water $48,700 sewer zoned or not," said Allen. He
( Yt charges $32,000, and natural Immediately left the Sanders who surprised many
nish his own lawyer when goIng 100 west of Starke. meeting observers with his First
to court for the charge gas sales $122,850,plus after first asking if he could strong '
of withholding support, and The only measurable In various smaller items to makeup answer questions. Theonlyonecame Primary showing based Ms
Sale the past week both the Lewis the $868,330. from Zoning Board voter appeal on the fact that
Johnny was grantedthe
right to a public defenderfor Hill fire tower at Lawtey and The city: will also In 72-73 Chairman John Torode who ask- he is the only attorney In the
defense against the charge the New River tower on SR-100 receive an estimated $39,000 ed Allen If he was withdrawing race has, practiced law In
Saturday of breaking and entering with reported three-tenths of one from the state's eighth cent his request to have the property Starke since 1968, and servedas
Sept.30 Intent to commit petit larceny. Inch. The Santa Fa tower on motor fuel tax. These funds rezoned. Allen said he definitely prosecutor' In the county
All' cases will be transferred US-301 south reported none. 1 must be used in some manneron was withdrawing the judge a court. Although Florida
law does not
require county;
9 ..m. 5 p.m. to the Circuit Court. The Ballard tower reported the city's transportationsystem. request. Judges In counties of less than
.7 Inches and the Union County Varsity Cheerleader Lisa Newman Helps Cheer Her They Included street That closed the matter said
Old Goodman Earl Tic was charged: with foreman $6,758: grader opera- Torode. 40,000 to be lawyers,
escape from Florida State Prison -' tower at Lake Butler reported Team To' A 34.7 Victory Over The Buchholi Bobcats. tor $5,859, trucm driver $4- maintains that efficient oper-
Service Station one-tenth. "We're here to protest the ation of the office requiresthe ,
and waived the right to a 784, US-301 right-of-way $3.-
public defender and to a preliminary There have been no woods See Sports Section, Pages 17.18, For Story Of Bradford 500 street repairs and paving rezoning and what It would bringto experience of an attorney. f!
Walnut & Madison hearing. fires In the past 24 days,ther. Highs First Football Win. $11,500 sidewalks and repairs the community," said Rev. Hurst stresses his experience :

Bill Stacy and Andrew Max- Four-day weather outlook, $2,000, street markers $1.500: Hamel. He was told by Torodethe Starke municipal Judge for
Sponsored By well Allen were both charged beginning Friday, for the area and a new truck $3,099. matter was cleared up that the past six years, which he :1':1'u
there would be sine
with assault and waived the To Meet Wed.SInce no chang says qualifies him for the duties -
calls for widely scattered afternoon Board .
School The 72-73 Fir Department the request had been withdrawn.
BETH SIGMA PHI right to a preliminary hearingand and evening' showers of county Judge. He also
I a public defender. All three through Monday. High temperatures budget totals $46.711 up "You mean we"" won?"Rev. states that Sanders made his
next Tuesday Is election The County Commission regularly almost $1.000 over last year.
eases will be transferred to are.expected In the Hamel asked.- Torode saldyss. horn In adjoining Clay Coun-
day, the regular first holds Its first of the Chairman Nell Tucker said
the circuit until to
court. ty ,Just prior qualifying -
'. 85 to 95 rang*, with. the low'saround Tuesday meeting of the Board month meeting on Monday he would like to see an adjustment '"Well then, our prayers have for County Judge, when ;f i I
labs Ronald Lloyd ByerS was sentenced 70 degrees. of Public Instruction has been and that session Is unchanged In the salary of the volunteer been answered. We've prayed he moved to Starke. ,
'UUuumuniJg81aft to .Ix months In county Chancs of'rainfall In the area set back a day to Wednesday, for next week. Meeting timeIs firemen now paid $3 to the Lord and we thank Cod '
jail for the charge of malicious Tom Casey announced 9 a.m. in the new court- He has word for Rev. Hamel Another race with strong
Sank Injury and petit larceny.: Byerswas are slight, about 30 per cut Oct. 4 Supt. per five. our victory, local Interest Is the run-off ,
this week. house. Federal 'Wage and Price stated."Amenl".
and then only light rains of the '
charged with 12 counts of up between A. Z.Adklns, Jr., of
The school board will meetat The Starke City; Council, sine Stabilization Board, Tucker
.... to half an Inch according to
.Uio malicious the Gainesville and Theron A.
Injury. members of audience ,
,...- the forecast received Vdnes- 10 a.m. Wednesday In the there Is no election In the city, said that the volunteers could
1"r" ',, H ....._ Imogen C. Woodard and day morning by the Florida Forest USO Building on North Tempi will hold its first of the month receive a pay Increase If they Intoned at the close of Yawn of stark, for the 8th
Johml charged for Plum writing_ were worthless each Service here. Avenue. meeting as regularly scheduled are presently earning less than each of Hamel's statements. (See Page 6)) ,t \

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Anniversaries Birthdays / ; :;.: ., ';;'fn, : .. 0rtAsJeirsona5 Weddings/ '

Club Showers/ Meebn/ tee / : :y' 0Cta t fAUe ray f! !he'.Jfl: f/V ifIll e "- 'l Parries /

Gladys Mooty, Society Editor: trn .. J.


Chss Of f 1947
/ Sock To School; 1 Surprise Party
Hospital Auxiliary
Plans ReunionThe
n Party Given For Mrs. Weldon/
At State Farm On BirthdayMrs. BUS class of 1947 will
Raise FundsThe on Oct.
r 13vand141aeTe classmates -
r Misses Neva Jayne Flynn] and Gladys Weldon was pleasantly sit together at'tl1e
Bradford County Hospital Stephanie Green gave a "back- surprised on Saturday will on Friday ,
Auxiliary Is planning two moneymaking to-school" party Saturday nightat when all of her children arrived BUS Homecoming game
projects on Oct. 14 the State Farm CommunityClub. to help celebrate. her night, Oct. 13. Oct. 14, the
and Nov. 3 to provide funds for birthday. Saturday night,
their donations to the hospital. I 'llw I '' Highlighting the large party Spending the day were Mr. group will have Starke a dinner Golf and and
A portable color television room were colored balloons, and Mrs. Steve Weldon of Mac- dance at the
1 will be given away on Novem- silver stars, a big moon, and clenny, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Country Club. call
ber 3, with Mrs. Brian Hamil- rotating flood lights. Refresh- Patrick of Sneads, Mr. and For more Information 964-6951 or
ton as chairman of this pro- ,,ments were served from a long Mrs. Billy Weldon Bushnell, Mrs. Mary Lappe, 964-
ject. Information be obtained Jim Weldon, and Mrs. Marilyn
may table covered with a white linen Mr. and Mrs.
from any Auxiliary cloth. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Alogna of 7624.
v member, or at :Stump's More. The 50 teenagers danced to Jacksonville and their children.
Mrs. Hamilton Is also pro- music from a stereo. Dinner with the traditional Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Hardy returned -
moting a rummage sale on Assisting in /serving were birthday\ cake and fellowshipwas Saturday after a 15-day
Saturday, Oct 14. to be held In Mrs. Grccns-Mrs.Elaine enjoyed by, the family tour of six countries InEurope.
7 the Gulf Oil building at the Grlffls, Mrs. George FlynnJr., throughout the day. They were Joined over the week-
comer of Walnut and Madison and Misses Ices Johnson end by their daughters' Miss
Streets. Members are askedto and Teresa Kelly. of Tucker, Ga.andMies
Sr Jayne Hardy
.irT'c4t and Mrs. R.E. Firth returned
4 bring objects for sale to .. June Hardy of Valdosta
I Miss Lllllam Stump's garageon Saturday from a three
$$1 Bessent Road by Wednes- Stork Shower weeks tour of Europe. State College.

day, Oct. II, to be priced.
i I Mrs. George Canova has ask- For Mrs. all '
ed members to start workingon t t Thomas HomeMrs. 'I'I IE:
their projects for the Christ- M i I
mas bazaar on Nov. 3. A workshop -
Is being set up above the 1 John H. Andrews was MIDDLE SCHOOL PROBLEMCAN
Chamber of Commerce make honored at a stork shower last
Items for the sale. Saturday night given by Mrs., I'
Miss Lillian Stump, president + Bob Matthews and Mrs.Tommy !
I announced at the meeting :' f Thomas' at :he home of the BE SOLVED
Monday night that projects now latter on Pratt Street.
In effect for adding to the old A pink and blue color schemewas
wing of the hospital are: buying J carried out In the
shower curtains, 25 new mattresses 6,111Betty decorations. The refreshmenttable party .1111'I'i| :: il'I.h,11i1\\ I.1111) \Ull\ HE\: EH: IS NKIKSsin : : '

bed tables, new draperies was covered with a white TO 1'\SIIUl; \ STROM() (; PROCRUI'; I FOR)

Mrs, and Charles lamps.Darby intro- Diane Smith, Raymond Horne linen cloth and centered witha 0''I.(' ij,t IJIIJ'I"I'ill') :.\IIIIIII.I/ : Sr'1.',','} l.l.:VEL.:

Virginia Lee Baldwin Becomes Bride duced George Canova, hospital Exchanges Vows In Home Ceremon)y ,presided tall stork.at the Mrs.punch Matthews bowl.

Of James Montuoro In Tampa Rities new administrator building program who spoke which on will the Joyed Games by the with 28 prizes guests.was en-, WALLS IF NECESSARY.

tart around April I, 1973. The Miss Betty Diane Smith, ped with a bride and groom. The hostesses presented the ,
new building will have two doc- daughter of Mrs. Betty; Strallyof Mrs. Warren Hunter of Jack-
honoree with Hoola Coupe '
Miss Virginia Lee Baldwinand little Susan and Nancy Hall of sonville, sister of the groom, a
tor's offices, a blood bank new Lawtey and the late Grady (walker) as a memento of the Elect '
James Michael Montuoro Gainesville, nieces of the bride. room, laboratory cut the cake. Miss Leeisa
emergency Lee Smith of Avon Park, and occasion. \
exchanged nuptial vows at 2 Following a short trip to Disney and diagnostic X-ray facilities.He Raymond Home, son of Mr.and Smith, sister of the bride, presided -
p.m. Saturday, Sept. 23, in the World the couple is residing also stated-that strong efforts Mrs. Jack Horne of Jackson- at the punch bowl. JIM TEMPLE
Corpus Christi Catholic Churchin at College Square Apart- are being made to Interestnew ville were united in marriageon Following a wedding trip to Six Mrs. Foster Shi Smith and
Tampa. Rev. Jerome Caro- 14205 Palm Court, Lutz, Gun Territory the couple is residing -
ments, doctors in settling in this Saturday, Sept 16, at 7:30: Mrs. Walla Lipsey attended "
sella officiated.The In Jacksonville where the SIPERI.\TE\IIE\l'(! )
home-coming Sunday at theSil-
Fla.The p.m. at the home of her mother
bride is the daughterof bride is a 1969 graduateof During the social hour Mrs. and stepfather, Mr. and Mrs. groom Is employed as an apprentice oam Methodist Church near
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Baldwin BUS, attended TIft College, L.C. Early and Mrs. Gerald Dan Stralley, In Lawtey. Rev. electrician and attending Lake City. The church is 103 (PA PaU .'.1.,1
Jr. of Starke. The parents and Is presently a senior at Baillie served refreshments. Raymond Caudlll of the Highland electrical school. years old.
of the Mr. South Flo-
groom are the University of
Church the
Baptist performed
and Mrs. Vincent Montuoro of rida.
Vero Beach. The groom Is also a seniorat Garl/ Mathews nuptials.The couple repeated their
Highlighting the altar were the University; of South Flo-
vows In front of an Improvisedaltar
two pedestal baskets of white Honored On
and pink carnations. __ flanked by two standing
baskets of pink blue and white
I p .
Mr. Montuoro attended his 80th Birthday
carnations andgladl-; '
son as best man and the ushers Whitehead Home pompoms : I
In branched
ell. back
James were Arpin.Michael Powell and Scene Of fdffr!} :f-"",*TfMr..'G rl Mathews entertaln- -*candelabra>t with was burning a white .HM, ? ,..1, i .t ., ,
*W at a birthday party last Sun- ""Upers. Stereo wedftng music
father Given', the in bride marriage chose by Miss her A t Kingsley Lake day for Mr. Mathewsonhls 80th 'was used. ft* fi> A'o

Katherine Knoop of Fort Lau- birthday at their home on N. Clyde Pharif! of'Jacksonville

Church Street.A attended as best man. ... .
derdale as her maid of honor, .
The C.R. Whitehead home on
long pyramid arrangementof Miss Betty; Padgett of Lawtey '
She wore a pale pink water-
KIngsley Lake was the settingfor fall flowers was used on the served as maid of honor. She ,
marked taffeta, floor length,
a birthday party.on Sunday off-white and orchid
mantel in the living room. wore an
gown with lavender and pink Sept. 24 for two 'of Mrs. ., f'i
refreshment table was covered double knit dress and carrieda ,
embossed bolero and long "
Whitehead's sisters, } Mrs. lace cloth and carnation On
with a white centered pink nosegay.
sleeves. She carried a pink ,
Dixon Thomas and Mrs. Clinton
with afour-Iayerblrthday her head she wore matching rib-
and white pompom nosegay with '
Buff. Hostesses Mrs.
cake topped with the figures bons.
pink satin streamers. Leonard Harris, Mrs. Cecil "80". The bride, given in marriageby
A In
reception held the
University; Room of the Holiday Whitehead and Mrs. Lucille Among those attending were her grandfather, J.C. Roachof Store Wide Savings! Sale Ends Saturday';: '
Inn In Tampa. Stoughton their three sons, Lowell, of Lakeland, wore a short white
The Fifty-one; guests enjoyed Folkston, Ga.; Virgil of mi- satin and lace gown with an empire -
bride's table
luncheon on the dock,and swim Maitland waist and sheer ate
ered with a white lace cloth ,Hard; and Bruce, of long
over white linen and centered ming. with their families. Also their leeves. Her short veil of Illusion ,
Out-of-town guest were Mr. granddaughter, Patsy Flink, and was secured with a crown 07 0
with a three tiered wedding .
and Mrs. Donald Thomas of husband Bill Flank and their of seed pearls. She carried a
cake groom topped under wedding with a bride bells.and Wildwood, Mr. and Mrs Jim six children; grandson, Dennis white carnation nosegay. 2 'piece ladies corduroypant
Woods of Doctors Inlet, Mrs. Mathews, his wife, Donna, and A reception was also held at
The table
refreshment, was
Lillian Futch of Maxvllle, Mr. four children. Also Mr. and the bride's home. The bride's sets
overlaid with white nylon cloth
and centered with silver com and Mrs. Parker McKinney, Mrs. T. Breazeale of High table was covered with a white car coats
Mr. and Mrs Walter Lynn Springs, and Mr. and Mrs.L.N. lace cloth and centered with a
pote holding pink and white Mrs. Arthur Tyler, Mr H.S. 99
Pickering and Mrs. Arlen Mc- three-tiered wedding cake top- 8
This flankedby
carnations. was Starling. Mrs. C.B. Starling, Knight of Starke. Captains coats, panel front
silver candelabra holding Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Starling and back Ityles. leather belt-
burning white tapers. Shower Given, t t toms nylon one a.! ... .
Mr. and Mrs. Sammie Starling .ry ,d ,took* In iho newfnhfon ad double and single breastad
Miss Tamala Hope of Gainesville and Mrs. Lucille Stoughton Mrs. Knight a -r voter*. Si.., e 1 safari stylos. Purple,
kept the bride's book. all of Jacksonville. n1e bronz, rust bone in sizes
Assisting In serving'were Recent BrideMrs. B to 18.
Mrs. Norwood Hope and Mrs.
Doris Conway, auntof the bride, UDC To MeetW. James Knight, the for-
and Mrs. James H. Hall Jr., Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Bishop mer Nancy Dowling, a recent S S5Ulp9
sister of the bride, all of T. Weeks Chapter, UDC m of Klngsley Lake announce bride, was honored at a bridal i
Gainesville. will meet with Mrs. O.L.Beas- the birth of a son, Robert shower Wednesday afternoon of
Passing out rice bags were ley and Mrs. J.W. Klncaid on Link on Aug. 28 In Alachua last week at the home of Mrs.
Wednesday, Oct. 4, at '::30p.m. General Hospital. Tom Casey on Bessent Road.

BaaaB.a..a..a.aa.aa a.a.a..aa.a..a..a.. .r1I..a. . . aa. .. .11":. Hostesses with Mrs. Casey
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
were Mrs. James Watts, Mrs.
Robert Paterson, Mrs. B.C.
Holtzendorf Jr., Miss Lillian
Lunch Buffet Stump Mrs. Cynthia Schmitt, Wn
Mrs. T.A. Yawn,Mrs.W.J.Ep-
person, Mrs. Herb Herres,
Mrs. J.R. Kite, Mrs. L.V.
Hardln and Mrs. David Mont- .1.1r
11 AM. 2 PJM. gomery.
Mrs. Yawn and Mrs. Casey 1 1L
I greeted guests at the door and
: presented them to the honoree, V i
her mother, Mrs. W.E. Dow- 5- womens
ling, and Mrs. James Knight, charge

I PLUS who stood in the receiving line. bra and '' stretch boots
Iona leg 47
Corsages were presented to the 166
145 honoree, Mrs. Dowling, and bikini sets pantle girdles it atcarps
BIVKKAOI Mrs. Knight upon their arrival. sox mud vlwi.. Solid,, .ae ntfM.Trteot orotoh foroomfort.
family Gifts room.were displayed In the 32'a eM.4 1.en M M., I..A,U.C, oonirot/ M.Ml.ehwe. front, td..M.M 599Side

The tea table was covered witha
linen cutwork cloth and cen-
tered with a five-branch silver zip, self covered
candelabra and epergnette holding -S heel ribbed sola.White, j
an arrangement of yellow blue or black krinkte f '
,and whit pompoms and fall patent.Sizes 5 to 10

EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1 1972 flowers. Mrs. Watts presidedat sr-, Girls Sizes 499
1 the punch bowl. 854 to 3
.\ One hundred guests were invited -

I 2 Entrees Asst. Vegetables And Salads of four to to call flve-thlrty.between; the hour

The hostesses presented Mrs.
Knight with the platter In her woven decorator '
chosen china pattern as a men-
ento of the occasion. bed spreads womens "' '

HOLIDAYOF Sforfce ElementaryPTA granny boots

: Sets MeetingThe .75,5 699 eld..q.M k d W..WMN.kr.wn.,kl..l,S
t. i.hyd __ .M .Ili.. .. ? e.w... SUM S W 10.
ftr.tm..UrwoltheStarQ _. bM". ..".... -. ,.. GlrllSlz" ,
Elementary School PTA for the wd=::=..wd.kle 599
.M e.M, a 6'h to 3I
now term will be held Monday, I .
OF INN: U. S. 301 SOUTH 41 Oct. 2. at 7:30 pjn. After a

short business meeting, parents -

,--.- will and adjourn meet the to teachers the:classrooms of- QUALITY COMES FIRST THEN ,OUR LOW PRICES, Charge _

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Iivt 01 Local I..terest "' (It'>'s,a wolte'!I.jjjfJff2'

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Birthday Party Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. j jI
For Tom Waston Thornton were touring; In South by MARY LEE THOMPSON I
\. Florida last week. Their daughter If you've been turning CHE jf
Donna stayed with her your
Little Tom Wat celebrated grandparents nose up at plastic furniture, f
his fourth birthday Saturday F.W. land durand their do take another look, for plas-

when Ms parents, Mr. and Mrs. 4h4 absence. tics are now ranging throughall
John Watson m, gave a swim price lines. Students,
: party; for him and 20 little friends newly marrieds, families on a
i,1 at their home on Klngsley Vote For JIM TEMPLEThe budget' and! lovers of bright
Lake. People's ChoiceDr. modern home decor finding .
The are
with plastic, more and more
freshment Larry Bathe of Los Angeles uppeilli n VR.
I with a Calif. Is the guest of The plastics, field is actually
i party; < .,: : ;' ') \\EL Dr. R.E. Dopson for two weeks. vast including

birthday Mrs. : : ,1 : ,,tl The same two Chiropractic doctors attended school In Io the types, of product from many the

serving i &! wa. Dr. Bathe Is considering cm-pets' on your floor to accessories
mothers. practicing In Florida. throughout the

To o.i.i Out-going President home, ns wl'lIu:4 various types \THANKS
.Treasurer, And Evelyn Ham. of' furniture. The biggest
Upon Their Election As 1972. Vote For JIM TEMPLEThe problem learning. about the
Mr. and Of The Library. People's Choice different tn'l't of pl..stk..und.
what to look for when
Bollinger rents. Or. Mrs. Leona Bradley and whop.' FOR THE
urday. Hamilton father W.B. Bradley, of Branford Fortunately' it's not neccsmtry -
were last Friday visitors to bo able to tell poly-'
George Of Librar of Mr. and Mrs. Foster Shi vinyh-hlorlde from AUClIhI.t
} Smith and Mrs.Walla Llpsey.
and Miss ( ,; for ucnlunltl'.hutlldiolll..h'l'l.nl. FINE RESPONSE
Walton Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Crawford .
was e- of Starke Junior Woman's Club and children of Providence I or IInof the
end with of Starke Bradford County Telegraph were Sunday visitors of her other complex names. Main\
Reddish annual Radio Station WPXE, mother, Mrs. Berry Crawford things to look for are heavy
A. Johns. .2 5. City Councilmen of Starke, and Mr. and Mrs. Barney gauge plastics, (higher finalities YOU GAVE US ON
Mr. and County Commissioners of McRae.Mr m re heavier), smoothly
elected Bradford County Starke Rotary finished flawless
dale and wirfaces -
H. T. Club Bradford bounty Library and Mrs. W.H. Nollman
and .
Carol secre- Building Committee, Bradford have returned after six weeksin even textures.Most THE NEW 73 CARS
Valinskl County Library Board, Mrs. Highland, N.C. homemakers know
Mrs. J. D. Odom Jr., Girl Scout Mrs. Edward Ensor of Jacksonville how PI'lId laminated, tabletops
George N. Troop 614, and Ralph Bryan. visited her mother |>. and Il'lIthl'l'.look'in>'1
to Indlanfield The Friends at the Monday Mrs. Bertha Pearce over the hairs and sofas au'e. They "You A Bunch Of Um. "
pre meeting decided to purchasea weekend. may be less. familiar with the Bought
Meeting. ser water fountain for the library -
fad that some upholstered
: using proceeds from the Vote For JIM TEMPLE furniture has an interior And We Appreciate It Very Much
KEEP of membership drive and a bake shell .
of plastic. For these
DENT OF Beta sale. School SuperintendentBuddy
Sunday'i'; Regis Refreshments were served purposes' and others, .plastics. .
City following the business meeting. Grider of Fernandina are strong, durable .scratch- With This In Mind We, At
Misses resistant and they won't rotor
Evelyn a a. a B i:. ... .. .. . ....... Beach, Mr. and Mrs.R.W.Dou- mildew.
vllle of Orange Park, and Bill
ed the daugh Mrs, Myrtle Deny of Jacksonville Douvllle of the University of There are some 12 major BALDWIN
Montuoro was visiting Mr. and Florida were weekend guests .plastics. families, and they
Saturday where Mrs. E.W. Hayes the first of of Mr. and Mrs. R.H. Grider. full into two basic categories':
Mrs. '. the week. Thermoplastic and thormo- CHEVYOLDSAre
dent In Mike Gllhooly has returned set. The former is extremely tE
They Sen. and Mrs. Charley Johns from a month's trip to Dublin, sensitive and can be melted
Hospital '. Joined the past presidents, Ireland where he attended the down and reformed. Finished Going To Continue
from wives and members of the wedding of a nephew. He also
Mr. and Florida Senate (the Pork Chop toured Vienna, London, and Pa- products!! can be damaged
with spent their the the Gang weekend.) at Disney World over ris. easily heat. if subjected to great To Offer You The I

attended the Thermosets, however, are
garno Vote For JIM TEMPLE
at- not as sensitive and can't be
Vote For JIM TEMPLEThe Greatest
People's Choice School Superintendent returned to the original form. Buys
Vote For The most common thermoset
School Mrs. plastics are the polyurethancs
Mr. and Mrs. John Reeves of
Mrs.to Local admittances to Bradford Houston Texas were Sunday used in both rigid and flexible On The .
Athens, County Hospital this week overnight guests of Mrs. J.E. forms polyesters, melamine,
Misses J. E. Include: Mrs. Ariel LaBraque Wilson. and i phenolics.mm SEEGreatest
Fatiug of Term. and Miss Victoria Glennan
Keystone Heights Mrs. Mrs. George 1 K. Bennett of
College ; Betty 1 11 iTTsTra'a' a a a a a a1 Mac
Mr. and ; { ,; : ', Moody, Lawtey; Gilford Arnold -' Orlando is spending this week ,
: : IS' A, Lake Butler; Mrs. Edd .at Klngsley- Lake. Mr. M Baldwin
Mrs. R.. : ; \ ; ,Saxon and Mrs. ElSie Beden-' will,Join her over Jhe,.BeMettJ' ,
dergo baugh, Hampton; Mrs. Bessie Lc -* w Cars
South Browning, Raiford; Mrs. Ruth '* Jim Lawson
Valdosta today. DeSha. Waldo; Mrs. Jancie Vote For JIM TEMPLE
Lawson, Robert Thomas, Karen School Superlnenn
Larry Wil Martin, Mrs. Florence Benton i Walter A Ivarez
Christy, William Rhoden, Mrs. Irene ho
ner with Mitchell, and Mrs. Louie BeD Mr. and Mrs.Herbert Thomas o r
stedt Mrs. Thede :>tarke.Vote had as weekend guests at their + Eston
in Orlando and camp In the Scrub Mr.and Mrs. -h; Jordan
Mrs. Mack S Williams. James McNeely and daughter
For JIM TEMPLE of Lakeland, and Dr. and Mrs. OK
I Th. People's Choice Donald Chubb and Mrs. C.M.
I Fowler of Winter Park.
Break Up Barry Firth was commissioned Doyle Griffis
as Ensign at Saufly Field, Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson
Pensacola recently. His sister, of Callahan Mr. and Mrs. Peter -
Mrs. Anthony Seattle attendedthe Lohmann and daughter of And Find Out For Yourself
ceremony. Cologne, Germany, and Eddie
THE FAMILY AFFAIRAT of Gainesville were
Mr. and Mrs.Bennie Williamsand weekend Anderson.guests of Mrs. Myrtle What It Means To Get A

daughter of Savannah Ga.
THE USD will be weekend guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Mack Williams, after Vote For JIM TEMPLE BETTER BALDWIN BUY
vacationing in South Florida. School SuperintendentMr.

ELECT: JIM IEMPLESUPERINTENDENT Mrs. Marion Moyer has returned 0
to her home in Jacksonville -
and Mrs. James Barren -
after six months with her Jr. and son, Shane, of Tallahassee PLAID PARTNER-Lean SOME NEW CAR TRADE INS
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. were weekend guests Jeans in thick 'n thin waled
and Mrs. F.W. Strickland, of Mr. and Mrs. Barren,, Sr. cotton corduroy team up witha
while recuperating from an accident Seven-year-old Shane broke his plaid pullover of cotton
arm while hen when he fell knit. This easy-going combois 1971 OLDS CUSTOM WAGON 1969 NOVA 4 DOOR
by White Stag.
from a tree.
My Promise: Vote For JIM TEMPLEThe Completely Loaded With All 6 Cyl.Auto I TransAir
People's Choice Vote For JIM TEMPLE Power Equipment.26000 Miles., ," I.
NO \I IEMBI: :R OF' MY FAMILY 'WILL BE EMPLOY. School Superintendent THE BRADFORD ConditionR & IIClean
Mrs. Ben Rowland visited Mr.
and Mrs. George McDaniel In $1495 1
Mr. and Mrs. R.H. Thomas Published every Thursday
Tallahassee the first part of $4695
(P. PoUade.) the week. and family of Jacksonville, who al 138 W. Call Street
have a summer home on Sampson Starke. Florida 32091 ,
Lake, celebrated Mrs.Tho-
mas' birthday last Friday nightat Second clflu postage paid
a dinner party at the BrandIng al Starke, Florid 1970 FORD SQUIRE WAGON
THURSDAYFRIDAY Iron Restaurant Birthday 1969 CHRYSLER 300
cake was later served at their Subscription Rates:
summer home. The Thomases la trade area $5.00 per I
plan to retire on Sampson LakeIn yer; $2.75 tlx months Fully Loaded PS. PB. Air Condo
s six years. Outside trade ares $ .10 One Owner.Clean 10 Pass One Owner

SATURDAY per year; $3.00 six month

$2295 $2995


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Inside Latex House Paint. 2 GAL. 5 ..50'Dad1. ROADWAY. ::4:4tat

Knit Material - -REG.4.98 4.27
LICVES IN FAIR PLAY. 301 icon WOW 964-7500

Double Knit Material - ..REG. 3 98. 3.33 'STARKE, FLORIDA

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Fire Prevention Week Is Set For Oct. 8-}'" .

Autumn Is Busy Season For The Home GardenerSeptember Re-elect Nixon < J .Maintain constant- ', vigilance

U the beginning ot the Fall gardening season. It'. time to do J about everything Chairman Named Considering the enormOus These figures indicate that checked and cleaned by qualified toward hazards developing. {
In your Florida garden. For: BradfordFlorida cost of fin losses, the Insurance fire 1s one of the single: largest servicemen. with
Thing to conalder are seedbed -' Information Institute ur- threats to man and shouldbe Keep stoves free of grease "Equip fireplaces a
TIIK...: preparation and planting owners of vital concern to every and located away from towels sturdy metal screen.In .
01 a vegetable garden and annual Chtlnniinofth Committee safety' measures during Firs one. and curtains.
flowers, general cleanup for the Reelection of Prevention Week (October 8- addition, plan an escape
of the home grounds plantIng the President, L. E. Thomas, HX To reduce the Ore menace, Clear, away clutter: wher- procedure in case fire startsIn
MIDDLE SCHOOL PROILIa hardy shrubs and prepa- announces the appointment of all persons are urged to eliminate ever It may build up. your home. Many people
ration for overseddtng your Nolan L. Woodburn as Chair- This deadly peril killed some potential fire hazards, *. Check electrical wiring and
lawn. Also keep a watchful eye man of Bradford County.Mr. home. appliances defects. confused when
33 Americans on a dally aver- especially: in the panic mtd become
CAN IE SOLVED I IJI out for Insects and disease Woodburn haa appointed age last year and devoured$780 Observe careful smoking fire strikes, and an exit plan
of lawns and ornamentals.If the following subcommittee :
million in property, not countIng The I. I.. I. suggests the following habits. can be essential to survival.
you want a fall garden chairmen: Merritt H. WU- and indirect
forest fires
for vegetables'and flowers, llama, Democrats for Nixon : Check location of matches.
I TEMPLE 'nil.L 1)0) \MHMKVKR\ : IS :NKCKSSARY : : start preparing a good plant Chairman; Arthur G. Loudon, losses. Have heating equipment
the In
ing bed. Locate plot an ,Finance Chairman. Ii
TO ENSURE: : : V STRUM() (! PROGR\M; I FOR area which receives full sun -
YOUR CHILI) ,XT TilElUJULE/ SCHOOL I.KVKI.: : at least halt a day and stay
away from large trees. Tree Frank WilliamsWho
roots are strong competitor My Neighbors
for fertilizer and water, so
IF -
plant your vegetables or annuals -
In a spot where tree Do You Want To Be Your Representative?
won't compete.It's 1,1ri
a good Idea to amend '
the seedbed with colloidal phosphate -
TEMPLE and peat. Colloidal phosphate t COMPAREFRANK
JIM Is a very finely divided :
clay-like material which will p. M ..
SUPERINTENDENTPA: ) : improve the properties of our ( : 251!
sandy soils. It helps hold moisture j WILLIAMS HOUSE OF REP. DIST
and fertilizers in the soil. ,-
( P">. Adv.) Any type of organic matterThanks

"Do realize this I"
you is the
tf ath at/
third night In one week
you've had the ear, dad?"

from peat moss to compost is
also beneficial. Apply 100-200
pounds of colloidal phosphate .
and about 100-200 pounds of ..q4.L
1 organic matter for each 100
square feet of bed and roto-
d' tlll Into the soil to a 6 inch
depth. Level the plot and allow
It to settle. Then get readyto __ :'i % )
Folks plant seed or small plants : -I : :
which can be purchased at garden 'illiams p
Frank IF
stores. Hardy annuals, n
which will survive cold wea-
.. rw ther, you can plant In late HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES DIST. 25 '' ,M1i ns6 }, .
September include alyssum,calendula -
: candytuft, cleome dla- A.
nthus, ,aJ1lard1a, gerbers, Voting Registration ,, ,, ;.
babys-breath. nasturslum,pan- ;
ales, petunias, phlox, snapdra
gonstatice, sweet peas, ver- HAS LIVED AND VOTED IN DISTRICT
.f' .7">,."..'...... ,'f.......1 bena and violas. The list of ALL ADULT LIFE REGISTERED TO
vegetables is equally. long. Try VOTE IN NOVEMBER 1963.B.Homeou'ner .
beets, broccolI. cabbage, car-
rot, cauliflower, lettuce, onions -
radish, spinach: turnips, & Tax PayerFRANK
etc. These are Just a few of
the plants which can be started -
now. Your garden shops will WILLIAMS' HOME IS SITUATEDIN at

AND WORKED) IN MY BEIIALF, I SAY A IIUMBLE "TIIANK YOU like aphids scales and, caterpillars white flies, mites to be,

MY CONGRATULATIONS TO MY OPPONENT ON THE MANNER IN WHICH ,damaging shrubs. Sod webworms Military Service'r
HE: RAN HIS CAMPAIGN '.1 I WISII'!!IM WELL. SEE: YOU NEXT. YEAR. and army worms are + Ga ',
ravaging many lawns and brown
patch disease a 1. SERVED 3 YEARS ACTIVE DUTY WITH
.. ., .
and start control measures as CORPS:: '' '". \\c"- "
'" as notice damage. ,"
loon you ':
\ !
1ijiI ,
trBQ4.wnen ::1.J h
; Don't delay your Fall gardening ,
activities. There's a lot ? 2.DISABLED AMERICAN VETERAN
(Pd. Pol. Adv.) to be done now, and even more I i zki

/te-Blect .

LA Accomplishments } ,
THOMAS # ki .
4 CAS E Y'Q..ua.Uty' Academic. Pcgaini, ,"Fq t' : D. Community" Service "a tr+'H

Cctti6ied TlZac.lleM ,
1sI : (,, :
In-&Mv..ce. education. .it the. bai.(.c c 'skips/ 6Ok 1. LITTLE LEAGUE FOOTBALL & BASKET. i

all trachen6 ,. 1., BALL COACH. M
Superintendent :" '
\ '
1 Schools..;" fn.ee.! Kinde.igafi.ttn available bon aft S'yea .
fjlt"4 offj., Many/ C.OUllUe.I! do ,not have l kindeigajite.noticti 3. PAST PRESIDENT CHILDREN COMMITTEE
p1tcg1tamH / change a bee
I 11'rmnb'eContinurdiggrensi: e. set\' Special education provided on the. basis 04< 5. PRESIDENT CUBB. Inc. (CLAY UNION, BAKER, p'i' } '

Lradrroliip( For Q unlit* Kduration: ai ;need ,ion( kindeigaitcn th/tough 12th glade.Vocational & BRADFORD COUNTIES)
Fur :\II outliH And| Adult. :
I i .Tiain-ing The &&i>ut Vocational'Technical 6. MEMBER CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

Qualifications : School( in the. United Statet to be. 7. CHARTER MEMBER VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPT. t

'frilly! acciedited. 612 'Atudint* ioee eM.olle.d
P,to6e6sonnll ;I- in 24 ccittici in the 1 1971-72 school !yea*. 8. SCOTTISH RITE MASON & SHRINER ,

the of
Bachef.o-\! degiee &iom Adult Education expanded pcgamCommunity .t
Waiter'' degree 5.'I.om'tfu& (Univ.Mminii o6kfLa: in 10. HONORARY MEMBER NORTH FLORIDA FOX j,

and Supervision iN College Two1( &ult years/ available HUNTERS ASSOCIATION

in SfLad&oid& County! at the. Sarfatd$ Middle.
Montr(! Florida Association 05$ DistrictSchool School 01 in County 11. HONORARY MEMBER DISTRICT FIRE DEPT. 1,
SupctintcttrfCHti BREVARD COUNTY., ; ;


Service! in Education :beginning;) //194111 facilities county-wide.! /Money piovided COUNCIL 41 '

through ale 0J( lacing Revenue ce*.tiicatei
Teac.lteLJ.II't! (!!J ]Jt. Hig.li School and tate $undi. The note 0&{ indeme. in
Teac.he.'ttad501td /High/ School v'iF' building coiti i& ti"icc a*' great ai interest r ?

Ari./ciplat l r, Lnc4'aide Efan&.nrtatnigktioot( it paid.pledged No.t CUE penny! oi$ local piopeAty taxes E. Work Experience

Principal Rradeid$ High School

SuneiMtemtettt: 05$ School 60Jt ijean No inc. ease in Local Tax Mittage 1. U.S. ARMY 3 YEARS '

Cooperation with all other! governmental 2. CORRECTIONAL OFFICER'FLORIDA

Personal( agencies, especially! the .recreation department STATE PRISON 3 YEARS..

*, Sr. Citizens and Scout 3. CIVIL DEFENSE DIRECTOR 7 YEARS
Mar-lied and the fatherdiitdicn 05 &to school age +
:... Elimination oi student 6e -east/ student DIRECTOR SURVIVE MAGAZINE
hat equal access to all Aupptles and equipmentBu&inesi
Active Member and Elder in the. (NATIONAL PUBLICATION 5 YRS.)

t first Presbyterian. ; Church D" Procedures Alt 4c.llDotand, oUlc.e 5. LEGISLATIVE! COMMITTEE! f.C.D.A. 7 YRS..
: : ; >>. putc/iaserf/ by .
Statke-ttacE 4 equipment art dollaan6 6. LEGISLATIVE COMMITTE U.S.C.D.C. 7 Yr
Boasid o6'VJtee.tok6, ff/id County! hueteavinag the' taxpayers! / thousands o&

Ctianbvt ot' CoimaA.ce. .J annually( Vote For And Elect

UU II with the 9t/t/ A.in fotctLegion
Ve.ttll.4 .0& School Lunch Through t-Mtctive.: bidding procedures -
p we have been able to itduce tit cost
MembeA AmeJt.lc.an 06 lundies &oi elementary students and not FRANK WILLIAMSYour

increase t the cost boa ,uc.ondaJt.f.tudu..! .

I Your Support And Vote .On:: October 3 Will Be Appreciated' Fulltime RepresentativeDist



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Homecoming Reset

For, October 13 On Community r ((oleos.( Do Not Us* Markers) I i I I

Affairs GroupStarke Baldwin Chev. ...4 o. .. . . .
1972 Bradford High home- I
Carl .
coming football gamo has been Hurst
rescheduled for the Bolles Mayor Carl Hunt has IA Cooper's Nursery yt .4 t.'.tr.'. .. r\ I
game on October 13, as originally been appointed to the Committee -
.lA3Q&< ,
Cash Ksc D.
Carry TirosEagUs
planned. Athletic Director on Community Affairs of the ,
David Murse has announced. Florida League of Cities, Inc. IJL k ". '

First Federal .
The Committee which Is
Homecoming has been moved chaired by DunedIn Commissioner r Florida Bank *
back to the Live qak game Vivien S. Rogers will Iii-s Florida Pst -s i '1k' \
but It was found that too many meet during the 46th Annual rtFCtl. !
Jackson ,
Builders :
plans had been made aroundthe I
Oct. 13 date, Ilurse said. Convention of the League at Manning Hardware ;? x ('
Upon appeal by students, the the Americana Hotel in Bal New Method .
game was rescheduled for Oct. Harbour October 20-21. 1 1I I
13., Olin's Mobil* Homes

Stan's Boor r
ry n.., : i
Starke Appliance Lr7" rown '>pwtey, Right, Receives Hit S1DO
s ?,d; Starke Build.,. . tC A.F.GaS: . Check At Winner Of Th. First Weelc', Football Contest

Keep Your 'Schools ly1r4g1'j; Srorke Chrysler"*>BJy., vv-* From Th. Telegraph't Bob Ferguson.
1J <
Telegraph d- -rTerwillegars .
3CL <*
Motors Brown was presented his$100 CHII.DRN's COMMITTEE TO
Williams Jewelry 3-vt4 rS check Monday afternoon at the MEET MONDAY'The
; Telegraph office
ACCREDITEDElect r t.J t. Waodburn's Gem j.w.lrTIE BREAKER Interest In the Football for Bradford County Child
In Cose of a fit the one guessing th* closer to the most Cash Contest Is climbing, according ren's Committee will meet
J I to Advertising Manager Monday, Oct. 2, at 12:30: p.m.at
most points scored by on team write this number
any Claude Crowson who dreamedup the Holiday Inn In Starke.STO ,
PETE'S NEPET in space below. /f f jlI the contest.' 'lie also has the
I THINK ...JR.JU7..poiNTS: WILL BE THE Job of grading each week's entries NOW IN
and says Its getting to < -Construction
Pete Sparks has a new pet- post a $1,000 bond or relegatehis MOST SCORED BY ,DIY TEAM LISTED. be a bigger Job each week. Paper All colors 'In the raln-
. . bow Bradford
this four-foot-plus diamond "pets" from the house. Name k4 Ll 47J1. graph, County T IeBreak -
JIM ] back rattle snake which Floyd Last year Sparks found five Phone No.** ::2t ... .. . .. .
TEMPLESUPERINTENDENT Wiggins spotted on a dirt road timber rattlers on his home Address 2t. d&.3X t.L. . . . --
about a mile from Sparks'homeat place at New River, but so far (
New River. this year has found only one. City 4. aC.. . . . ,
Pete Is keeping his now fri- He catches rattle snakes by get Up
end In a cage. lie did keep some ting them to strike at a stick,
snakes, a rattler and a ooa then grabbing them back of the
constrictor, In his house. But head. (Editor's Note: That'sa Larry Brown Wins
Of SCHOOLS now the Florida Fish and Game trick we'd all better leaveto THE FAMILY AFFAIRAT
Department requires that he Pete.)
First Football ContestLarry

(Pd Pol. A.....) Development Hunter Safety THE USD
Larry Brown of Lawtey won the University of GeorglaTulane -
Authority Course Offered the $100 cash prize in the new (?'..me. But the correct
version of the 1972 Football on Georgia Tech
guess gave
Audit CompleteAn October 3, 5, 7 Contest for Cash sponsored by him the winning edge over seven ELECT JIM TEMPLESUPERINTENDENT
21 of the area's merchants. other contestants who mis-
audit report of the Brad- Hunters born after Jan. 1, Larry Is a 1972 graduate of sed three games to Brown's

ford County Development Auth- 1949 are required by 16- Western Bradford High School and the
ority, submitted to the County states to have passed the' son of Mr and Mrs. Mitchell two. Brown's second miss was
Commission for review, shows "Hunter Safety Course" In order -, Brown of Lawtey. the local Keystone Ilelghts-
the net worth of the to Georgia (University of) and
agency to hunt in their states.Three Branford game which ended In a
be $69,634.The days are required for most Georgia Tech played havoc with tie. A tie is a miss in the con- 5
'00 the real "pros" in the Promise
has In
Authority $11,121
courses. is listedas
ity test unless the game My :
current assets in the form of The Keystone Heights Sport-\ forecasts. Contrary to predic- a tie. Brown opted for .
cash In banks, and fixed assets smen's Club will conduct a tions Georgia Tech won over Branford and missed thatgame. NO MKMBKR\ : (OF MY AMIH' WILL) BE EMI'I UY-
mounting to $58,513, of which Hunter Safety Course on Oct-", powerful Michigan and Georgialost '
$3,809 represents equipment, ober 3 and I 5 at 7 p.m. at the ; to a tough Tulane team. It was not necessary In this Kl: ) in TilE BR\I1FOKII) ) COl'\T\: SCHOOL BOARO.
and $54704 Is the value of a City Hall in Keystone Heights, ;> Practically everyone entering first week of the 10-wcck con-
building held for rental. and at the Keystone Airpark oat the contest guessed the oppo- test to resort to the tiebreaker -
A mortgage of$29,396 Is held 9 turn. on October 7. The site way.Brown, to guess the highest number (Pd Pol. Adv.)
by the Authority on the building, course consists of ten hours correctly predicted the of points any of the teams list-
which is the former bowling of classroom, range time, anda Georgia Tech win but missed ed will score.
alley on Highway 100 (south) written examination. .-- --. "'"
It was remodelled for use as a Anyone Interested may attend -
garment factory and Is now under according to Don Mor- '
a lease-purchase agree- gan, president of the Sports- TERWILLEGA'R FORD
tI ment. with Vogue ManufacturingCo. men's Club.Smokey.

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Mobile Homes Bantam Flag 4 Hot Races e. .

Prohibited Play
Budget BeginsOn (From Pag '1))

TuesdayThe Judicial Circuit Court Judgeship : Lockhart said this week that. .

(Prom Page \1)) From Edwards Group 6. he aWl consider Bradford,,
LOOD Area 1972 Bantam Flag Foot- Adklns led In the ..Ixcounwcircuit County; with 1U heavy voter
First Primary turnout the key to
ing on how much the volunteersearn ball program for boys ages 10, In the as winning ,

that per hour, and action on Mobile homes will not be allowed homes on their property In the late for the zoning meeting master was resolved and Invited 11, and 12 will begin league with 11,584 of Yawn's votes 10,100., about If 1,500ahead Ala- he the will House carry race.St. Johns He believes county ,r{
has been play Tuesday October
3 with
postponed with In the triangle form area didn't request rezonlng of "Where can we put mobile another 60 or so persons thus County turns out a heavy by a wide possibly : ,
pending Noerol's findings. ed by the Edwards Loop Road other people'. property, only homes, then?" came on tap at Wtstside could aalllghend
The 72-73 Police Depart- asked Mrs.Wil into the meeting room. Park. vote on October 3 Clay, but vote is M(
and the west Starke city limps their own. "We don't want lard Gunter. Mobile In Herbert in
home other action, the zoning The easily decide this race. expected both of these areas ,
ment budget totals $119,690, the Bradford Zoning them to blame for league Is composed of
rezoning can In
placed about 85 percent board: Gainesville' attorney and Lockharf lead there V
four Schwartz -
up some 8000. Police Chief team with the ,
Ken Board decided Tuesday night their property," Olin told the of Bradford County To- --At the request at Vernon following eliminated In might not be enough to offset ?
Fuqua was not sponsors: Starke Builders' who was
present after listening to persona for zoning board.Residents rode said, and showed Mrs. Olin, Clarence Cooper, and David a heavy vote in Bradford for !
has given
Tuesday Supplies Koch First
night and the council Drugs, Conner the Primary
and against the rezoning re- for rezoning for Gunter the
areas on the land agreed to consider Williams.
postponed discussion of his bud Insurance Agency, and Brand- his endorsement to Yawn, which
quest. mobile homes Included Olin
use map where trailers are a request for rezoning 27 acres Ing Iron Restaurant should be a boost since Schwartz Other races to be decided
get.The About 15 persons requested at Clarence Cooper, David Gunter permitted. r
around the Intersection of Edwards next Tuesday are: ,
72-73 Street and Garbage the August meeting that part of and Williard Gunter, and "Poor Opening schedule will see carried Alachua County on ?
people Just don't havea and Butler Roads from 8- Justice of the Supreme J
Department 12 and received
budget totals $81- Branding Iron meet StarkeBuilders' September ,
the area advertised be rezoned Joe Pentecost, operator of Universal voice "
Mrs. Gunter R1A RIC
told to to allow mobile CourtRivera Buford. Jr.
131, down 939 votes In the circuit. ,
$4,000 at 3:45
some becauseof from H1A conventional and at ;
strictly Mobile Homes on US- lot-ode. What
elimination of one trash truck dwellings, to RIC, a residential 301 north family have to chance does her homes.Okayed 5:00: Conner Ins. will take on Yawn, a nt:eve of West Flo- and David L.. McCain (incumbent j
driver's salary, the only charge get wherea a request by the defending champs, Koch rida, was the ;youngest County >.
zoning which allows mobile In planning the use of the area mobile home can be placed, Charles Glnrlch to have his
In that spending bill that property Drugs, Judge In the State when first Judge of the District Court .
homes. The area they requested around Edwards Road, the ori- she asked?. Mrs. '"
Gunter US-301
said on south, wherethe
to the of Appeal, 1st Appellate Dlstrlct
amounted to much. Rosters of the four teams elected 20 years ago -
Included some 27 acres ginal planning committee, before she would like to move from her Crescent Motor Court la A. Jack- ?
Need for office which he has filled ever -- Tyrle Boyer '
land follows
more to bury are as -
owned by three but the the
persons, zoning ordinance was present home, which she terms located, advertised for rezon- BRANDING IRON RESTAURANT since. Adklns also has strong sonvllle, who carried Brad 1
garbage was cited by Councilman zoning board declined to advertise ever adopted, brought the pro- sub-standard, to mobile home. ing from open rural to BH, a Dennis Bennett, Paul local ties, being the son of the ford in the First PrImaryand 4
Billy Noegel who said 20 "what it termed "spot zoning. blem up many times, Torode But land the family owns on commercial classification. Carter Al Chapman, Rowland late Judge A. Z, Adklns, and Donald K. Carroll, Incum- "
said Idea finally was, the Butler Road I Is *
zoned Rl A.
which --After much deliberation
acres are available adjacent Cummings reared In Starke, where he bent.
to mSupervisor
Augte Fox
Instead the entire triangle, chairman said, to plan the area does not allow mobile homes. Timmy
the present city dump. No granted Bailey B. Walling a Cissy, Steve Crlffls, Phillip graduated from Bradford High of Elections Neva
some 450 acres, within the along the lines of
permanent "You
decision was seem to be having quitea six-month temporary permit to Flynn said yesterday that
made however. Hall, Todd Hicks, Leonard School. application
circle of Edwards Road and the dwellings. The committee triedto "
voice here tonight, Torode move a mobile home on to his
Johnson Yawn carried Bradford County for absentee ballots
The new Parks and Recrea- Starke city: limits was adver- plan 20 years ahead., Torode told Mrs. Gunter, not agreeing property on US-301 north near David Patrick, Stu have been
lead brisk Indicating J
Rayburn Russell Martin, Wade by a strong 1,312 over no )
tion Department tised last month for rezoning added.
budget totals with her a statement that the
gravel to the Bradford
High First let In'voter Interest In
Winkler, Chris: Williams. Adklns In the Primary up the >
34078. up nearly $4,000 because with the zoning board! footing Board Member Art KIefer, '
agriculture farm. Walling owns CONNER; INSURANCE-DavId when the vote here was: Yawn Second Primary. She had re1 1!
of increases in utilities, the bill because so many per- Keystone Heights, said he drove land cannot be found for sale 3.36 acres and wants to movea Carter Charles Colbert 2. 922 Adkins I 1,610 and celved 132 applications through }
John ; ;
supplies, and salaries sons on both sides were affected through the area twice. lie could In
zoned to second mobile
areas permit mobile -_ home onto Cowart, Guy Desue, Clay Gil- Schwartz 473. Tuesday, about the same percentage 4
not favor rezoning the 450
acresto homes. the property but is limited by Another close race is expected as for the First Primary M
hooly, Ricky Johns, Mike Kitchens ;
City Clerk Merrill Edwards'administrative Tuesday night Mrs. MauriceAnn allow mobile homes, or even
Some 125 persons attended the the present agricultural zoning. In the House of Repre on the same date. Mrs. '*
Billy Lundy, Clark Milam,
budget total Wingate read a petition the smaller 27 acre tract, Kie- board .
zoning ,
meeting Tuesday Kevin Mllner sentatives. District 25 race between Flynn predicted a voter turn-
$133,935, down $26,000 because bearing 24 names protesting the fer said, and moved to deny night, overflowing the Torode said the Gary Phillips,
of county zoning DOUR Reddish, Mark Swain, Frank Williams Starke., out of 68-70 per cent next
an $8,824 decrease in rezoning of the 450-acre tract. the request.
sion pen- commission meeting room board ought to take a look at Bruce Wolfred, Mike Raley, and Bill Lockhart of St. Johns Tuesday, as compared with 78.5on
fund She said her father he had also
payments and $7- purchasedland Saying driven
a which seats about 60. The zon the entire 301 north frontage Timmy Bryan. County. The two men finished September I V .
328 decrease In the contingency on the Edwards Loop Roadin through the area twice, board
ing board did not have a key between Starke and Lawteywiththe KOCH DRUGS-Jerry Blalock, neck-and-neck in the First Pri-
fund. 1899. Letters from A.J.l member Rex Smith seconded the
to the upstairs legal idea of front-
changing that
complex, with Williams ,
Eddie Dyal. Lionel Edwards, mary having a
Thomas, Jr., of Fort Lauder- motion which unanimously
was passed
so Chairman Torode first to rural which allows
heard age open ,
188 vote lead in the
Joan narrow
dale, and Container Corp. of by Keller, Smith, .and Goolsby, Jay Griffls DIn- FOR FREE RIDE
a large group from Hampton homes on less than 2-1/2 district (Bradford
The council ky Kilby, John Miller, RogerMitzel three-county -
also discussed America were against the zoning Zedra Hamilton.
which protested rezoning a parcel acres. The board decided to Allan Clay, and part of St.
repairing the Montgomery, TO POLLS. OCT. 3
city hall change. Board member Jerome Johnswas
of land on SR-325 for a meet Tuesday, Oct. 10, at 7:30: Johns).
to delay a decision until Vernon Olin, who led the move absent and board member country music ( in the courthouse Timmy Morgan, Haiti! Padgett, J
park. See to
the city la notified whether or for the zoning change request, E.W. !Hodges, also a member other article In this issue.) p.m.sider changing the entire con-area Mike Starling, John Valanskl, Williams was favored almost Call 964-7202
two to in his home
Jeff one county
not the Jail Is going to be said the group of some 15 residents of the Hosoital Trustees which Watnwright. Greg Watkins,
demned. con- Chairman Torode then clear- at one. No spot zoning will be Mark Griffith, Harold Waters. of Bradford, receiving 2,302 (PA. P.I. A.V.)
wanting to place mobile met Tuesday night, arrived ed the room, once the Hampton considered, the board made STARKE BUILDERS' SUP- votes to Lockhart's 1222.

clear.Gave PLIESJ Dwayne Baldwin Handy
David Harley, Jeff

Central! bought between the Junior US-301 Estes and property the Old- cent Norman Porchlazzo, Ricky,Norman Randal,Reddish Vin- UNSPORTSMANLIKE
And -
Heating Air
Conditioning Lawtey Road next to Tatum'snear Jimmy Sapp Bobby Smith,
Lawtey, permission toadvertl.e -
Mike Starling, John Tatum, Kevin -
for a change from RIB
Tillman, Clay Watson
to BA to cover operation of a CONDUCTMY
ren Doug Jones
,welding and auto repair shop.
Completely Installed --Gave Buddy Thompson permission t
to advertise a parcelof
land on US-301 north across 1hlIt OPPONENT SHOULD BE THROWN OUT OF THE

cery store, from EA, agricul- SIGNS OVER 20 MILES OF BRADFORD COUNTY
ture, to BA to allow him to .
operate a garage.

--Authorized James Robinsonto ,,. ,
advertise for a zoning change ueiu4h t :?;,- -j"",.

from EA, agriculture to BA,
I commercial, to operate a sales LIEVES IN FAIR PLAY .
establishment for camper trail- .
57O ers. Robinson said he is ,

cally.2-mlles zoned from areas.instructed other. commerl- .SLEEVE INTERESTThf: f UCT JIMjriMHE' '

y -- Attorney iEzle\ '.t ''t I it.+'d1'J1 man.''tll'' 1'te I _

i A r j r"Sanders to begin leggj;>ctlon?""t:r., iptd"niL113, (' d1!'tvA JJ \!( ., ,... it \\U t tfI : ; ".","
r h 4 ir!i;against William' C.; AJrnaW' of d/yY.: tfllic' 'd (.ottllt/o;/ :kepulluv l 1 ti1.f ,. -I! .srpl:rH\n\: )..: :,. r
'r lfn upCIv :
L Santa Fe Lake who according- pnlrrd
80,000 BTU Carrler'Furnance ,*. to complaints to the zoning' -with u' loug/ -sl -f\t-ci nhilt, '.of '\ V
cotton knit Both by Misn In-
9 Seven Air Supply Ducts board, is operating a commer- Venue. / (Pd. Pol. Ad'y.V.
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Schaefer Swearing-in S Oct.; 5 .. ,,;'' ..;.;..,\p : .i I r';':' .. 4/ ; In The City Where Tyrle.Beyer's\ rs Opponent\IHfJ".YIf"\ 'Uycst

SHARKS,- Charles Schaefer In as the new Group 5 city Sept 12'defeating the Incumbent He has bee,(a,, member'of' *

Ii win begin ervlng In his councilman. W. H. "Biir Noegel. by the local American: Legion! ,",V ARE FROM THE TALLAHASSEE DEMOCRAT : #
first electlv city: position He won his seat on the the narrow margin of"* 29 Post for 29 years;,l ndiha n
"Our Preference Is To Boyer, Because His Experience Ai A
1 Oct. S, when lie will be. worn council: In the city election votes. The. count was 789 held various offlcea;la Hhat.
Judge Of The Duvol County Civil Court Of Record And Later AsA
votes for Schaefer.. ): to 760 for organization lie has.been f the. '
--------- ---- Circuit Judge.
f his opponent. chief of the Stark*;Auxiliary:,," '

i TILEMIDDLE When questioned on what Police Department' since Jt) ; .r.rrr FROM THE FLORIDA TIMES UNION, :
and has for. V
was along
he hopes to accomplish dur-
SCHOOL; PROILIM ing 'his coming two-year time been ,a member of SEPTEMBER 24 : :
the Starka Volunteer Fire Department ) ..
'term. Schaefer declined to be .8.
\ \ "At The Same Time.We Believe That Boyer I I. An Excellent I Candidate ; I
CAN ,BE. 'SOLVED specific but added "I 'am ."' f Who Has Well Demonstrated His Qualification On ThCV .J
going to'speak out, when necessary Schaefer was V:>,the Jirsli cult! Court Bench And In Private Practice. ':T *, ,::?';'"
on behalf of the pub director the Starke Recreation '... : .'1' "

|JIM TEMPLE WILL DO WHATEVER IS NECESSARY lic." Department,and headed. '' !., ', FROM THE PEOPLE, SEPTEMBER 12 (the' !primary)< j
that until 1958, He t. .
PROGRAM\ FOR up agency ;i
TO ENSURE A STRONG Schaefer Is'44. He'was bornIn ," 0' \'
YOUR CHILD AT: THE: MIDDLE SCHOOL LEVEl.. New York City and cameto Is, still active in:, recreation"; .I nn p.REGALPlush. Tyrle Boyer I I. Endorsed By The People. In The County Where .' '
this area In 1948 when he programs for youths. Both Candidate Lived, Practiced Low And Sat A* Judge, Tyrie :
r Boyer Received 28,820 Vote To 15,739 Vote For His Opponent
was 18. After a three-year The new councilman Is*,
I ,; hitch in the U. S. Navy at the married to the former Margie
Tyrle Boyer Pledge A Court Attuned To The People He Cores.94TYRIE .'
I Green Cove Springs base he Kersey, a Bradford Count \.
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,. / worked for' the duPont Com girl and they havetwo! children cotton cor. r 1* -
;.. pany'bere from 1950 to 1958, : a daughter,Nora S. Ca- duroy In the widest of wales
i sweeps into a long coat for
.. ,. and then was employed at the son; and a son, Charles Jrv( the upcoming holiday season.
i Florida National Guard station who works for Clay Elecetric. In cranberry red it's embellished -
,.SUPERINTENDENT at Camp Blanding and Cooperative. ,''. j1'- silvery with buttons.a long By stretch Lanz. of
I "'i, v has been there since that .. BOYER
Shcacfer has frequently,, attended MM MMOT H BHMMMWMMM- IB
(PA Pol. Adv.) time. the past as a spectator. He
council, meetings, I In' ,
said he is looking forward to

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;president Richard M. Nixion Presents Cheif Deputy Dolph Reddish Diploma In Eat ) : !ti't i
Room Of White House At Graduation Exercise Of 83rd Session Of FBI National Ac. ) .

ademy. The Late J. Edgar Hoover, Director, Federal' Bureau Of Investigation Look )I These/ A'eir Duties Ami, Responsibilities Of The/. County Judge .
On A Reddish Receive Diploma 28, 1969.
7t*' C7CRytEIF AAA"A. *. It *,. Will Be, To A Large Extent, The/. Same That I Hare DiscliurjietI. '!r.T" ., '

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JHECANDIDATE.I. \WHO\ HAS TIIE' vk\na' \ 'nnvi" TO GET THE \\MOST FOR YOl'R,.TAX nni.iAR.3i. Pictured At Left With_Cerl rond Joe
; !' Are Their Children: Randy 15,
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3 .. Elect The Candidate With 6 Years Judicial ,Experience, ''f-lao.': '. ,

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I Appreciate Very Much All Th. Help And Support In My Behalf A* Your Conditat.. Per Sheriff. :' 3 .. ( "
It I I. Important That You R.tuni'T. The Poll On October 3 And Vot;.. To Tho e I Haven't' jr': .' <;; 3 ">'VEI.ECT \
Seen In My Cojnpalgn.Thl I An Open Invitation To You To Vote For Dolph ReddUh., 3 I

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': : ) Ele Dolph, : Reddish'" SheriffOf .. .: 3 i' ... CARL HURST

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On October 3rd.
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A complete I In ad valorem taxes pledged. :
Ii Iliimpton Elementary School. program (Certificates. No ..
Revenue : .__
&available for all (children.. Built with fund from racing ; : M. ;: .- _____ __ tif( ... t. ._ -.,.i.-.; _

I School. This library contains! 3500 Kindergarten. class at Brooker.. Elementary' Sihiml.,. !Free' .. kindergartenIs Bradford. High School language arts class In the new* addition. Built (Chemistry' class. at Bradford. High!! School.. Academic. excellence, Administration.. n Building! being. completed' by students' enrolled.. In
Library books for at Hampton 173 children.Elementary' This! school encourages children to 'take available\ for. all !5 5 year. olds.!!. 1 Mill) Kiuih.niH, hou'% attended( kinder.garten ... '.. from racing revenue (certificates. No ad valorem 'taxes pledged. through experiment.' and discoterv! \ the Building Trades' Class saving\' money for the 'lax. payer.- and
'. In the. past 5 years., developing\ pride In a job well done.
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Bradford High School(' offers" a broad, w I II de-ranged curriculum
Elementary Schools(' in Bradford! Cmnilv., l provide> : \ a well. for the individual needs of students. No student fees"!

balanced program for your (children' ( '' "Your' ., schools"' ( () provide\' are charged. Students may (choose' '(college' /.! preparatory courses.
free kindergarten taught by dedicated(' rtTtified.' teachers( '' business courses or any specific('(' \vocational-technical area

: Special education facilities and teachers' ,'" lire" .iiv.illable\. as well 1I 1Ias uuu1iuuu1jF of study,
Tree speech therapy for any\' school, (cl'11 lid'. Umlor. the* supervision ) .
\ of Tom Casev student fees(' ha\i\e> hi1 h, Pit II abolished I<; In I Brad- In recent years we have\ sent many outstanding Bradford

ford County schools.(' This means(' dial \MTV (child has (equal' High School students to regional. and state science fairs.

I, (opportunity) ) $ for use of materials.. supplu) ) ,e.. .'. ,.mil (equipment." $ ) debates, spelling (contests.' Young state agricultural, officers
____ and leaders have% (come' from Bradford High School. Graduates'
) ___ of our high school are I successfully('( )' employed people. Many
C. _______Fj/ _________ All II elementary teachers(' are fully Iv t cc' lifted' and d.'I'III\'d. (' \ -r'--.: '..... ,. ...... :.;... .. young people (completing' their .education-( at Bradford High

to providing) ( \ /.! the best education(' for: !MI' it'' ihildj/Th'1{/.' '! basic.. .,.J... # ,. .,... School in the middle and late sixties. are now teaching In
__ skills of reading/.!. writing\\' / and nrilhmc" ie art" eniphasiedi.vwic.il ) /,' :IfI, .-0 ''' ,,'''f;.!.'.'':.. Bradford County Schools.(' We can be proud of our basic.. (
___ along/.! with the social, emotional 'iitul |> '.\ ('. I development\ $II'' .. .. -"' "1""';;=...,,...... Z.;:'" education programs' emphasl/ing leadership) "which have\' influenced .

Slarke Klementarv) School., The ddlt I Hi", n .thai was built' Hale of Racing' Revenue Certificates' No ad valorem _.' EVER. \' (child.' "(. graduates to become lawyers. law-enforcement.. officers .
4._ ... teachers and to fill demandIn
ministers society's
during. the present administration was financed by taxes, pledged. ; ...- ; .- '
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hool each child.
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W% W':' c. .. .c.-:::SS&:.o :%:' ct.\\ :- -" m h hate\ completed) transportation courses. The)' nnnualK) earn' In evcess. \ ....
nba an6 ca4 I bY>V .\ ,__ \.... ,,,1\V\ .n O :SgrSjgBS88" 'i:::;. I of ISO' million dollars.!! Income' tax on these.. .salaries. .. alone brings!! In
': i ':' caq\Io\ \"/ toC ,, C" \\ 01::.\ \ '' :..:F?.:.. more money> than It. costs to operate. this.. school.
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.::111t1(:.!'( students,' trinel\ to and from school daily\)' on school buses."" \lime Adult,\ Classes( ..", Adult education classes are. held at the
___ The.. !School' Hoard... has a II systematic)"' plan to replace buses b by> purchasing ""o' -T..eh.. (Center' and community centers preparing. adults.. for needed
_* ; --- Independent study' In the Bradford Middle( School: library. serving, four new.- buses,. each(' )ear.' .skills.. to receive a high school' diploma.
( the Individual\ needs. of students.' .

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raie Bradford Middle School reading group. Each student. spends. 5 hour. : -
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& : -- I _":- Cooks and Baking Class( Food service\ skills at vartlng\ ) leel.pi'epare \ ,
... ::- 1 these students.. to become productive. citi/ens./ In our communit WI; .
Law,,'.ley Elementary. 'School.. The addition that was. built. of Racing/& Revenue Certificates. No ad valorem 'taxes '- .,- --I'-..... ..
during (the present, administration was.. financed by sale pledged./& )

: ______ TOM CASEY is a believer\ in \vocational. technical and
jT .v ,- Upon completion of elemeniary school education your child adult education.. Some students will choose college upon

'will progress to the Bradford Middle School.. Teachers at this graduation from(( public schools.. Many) \will\ not choose; college..
school are all fully)' certified and'ery\ dedicated people.. For these )oung people \we\ have\ many) programs which will
They) have participated in workshops to enable them 'to prepare, them for immediate.. emplovment when they)' leave\

,work,' at maximum effectiveness with this age group. Special our school svstem.) This means that our school system)'

emphasis is placed on the basic subjects.. The school plantIs turns out )young people who will be trained.. skilled workers
designed for the provision\ of large or small group Instruction. r" who can profitably. )' add their talents' to our community)' and

Much time is spent on individualized\' instructionin : I count)..

reading. spelling and arithmetic. .
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Many) adults have\ been able.to escape the snare of beingon ____
Families have\' actually moved to Bradford County In welfare b by) learning a job entry. skill while' others have\ advanced .
: \ In their chosen profession because\ of classes available\
order that their children may attend our schools. ,- 7 j
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We have GOOD schools. Let's keep them that way! .. Food Sertlce\I.. personnel sere\ 340.000- Class A lunches annually)' Middle School and in Gainesville.\' This automotive mechanics class has represented. 'the state' 'of
and special education addition1 at. the Bradford Middle.. and effective.. % bidding procedures and federal (commodities,. hate\' Florida In national contests.' High paying. jobs await students. of
''j"", KEEP .enabled' cost., of lunches 'to b bit one of the lowest' In the area. this class.i,
HI .VOTE FOR TOM CASEY OCTOBER 3rd pled'Vdnd' 8P clal grant' *from r 'the Slile-'.. No ad> valorem .tae VOTE FOR TOM CASEY OCTOBER 3rd
built of Racing, Revenue Certificates.. No ad valorem taxes
Southslde. Elementary. ." School. The addition that was .
during, the present. administration. was financed by sale pledge. .. -- m- -- ---- .
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1 J1, 'F il safe' Treatment 01 Sewage' Demunded

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( I S,1 effleunet disposal.Dr.
John Bets,University of South The criteria spell out permisMbleconcentratlona Owners of misting sewagetteamnadfacilltlemutstfm'afalt ternate
TALLAHASSEE, Flat Florida micro-biologist told the of oxygen Beh'sold he feared that
-A Tampa microbiologist thetreatmentofsewagedumpedInto State Pollution Control Board ,phosphorous and nitrates the department no.later than simple dilation of sewag'wlthezceMi. {
Tuesday.The in the effluent discharged.Dr. three months from now with a water or chlorine
Into Florida waters,and Tampa Sets expressed concern,, prelimlnaryplanforcomplUnwwith : might be possible unlessspedC-
t tl Bay In particular, should 'be"fall board adopted.,criteria about the part of thvirul' allowing the criteriaand a time, Call)prohibited but Fatten assured
safe"! against contamination foe advanced treatment control effluent dumping on land schedule for ,implementation the board that "our rule
l n by pollutants. of the Bay areabut some as an alternate method saying within six months after approval $ precludes dilution."
."Anything that injected Into board members protested that unless stricter advance treatment of the preliminary'plan. "We need. our rules to be simple -
the water or the ground should the standards were not rigid was required ground water New faculties must providefor and enforceable," Patton
have advance treatment;' Jr.I : enough. supplies could be harmed. 'advanced treatment or: al said.ELZIE'S .
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Union County Supporters Turn Out ':?> \ '; :

To clcomc G corse Grosse COUNTY COURT JUDGE

Around 1,300 friends and sup- Jacksonville businessman and preservatives, Mat 15, turned ','.,
I porters of George Grosse candidate for the House of Re- out last Saturday, night for a sup- _,
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per In his honor at the Union
County Whitehead farm of Sheriff John "/ Refuse To Degrade: T Dignity Of The Judicial: :

-: Grosse the Union(at right County) Is greetedby sheriff Office Which I Seek' By Playing,-Politics, In Half \

during the height of the festivities Truths"s
A winner! The Jacksonville candi- k
date was high In the First
....,v;,;,... 3BP- ". :.:/' Primary which In Includes the man four-county Union Baker district -- "It'' Is My Intention. To Conduct ''The Campaign In',4.:, .: :"\ ,,. if

.p', .. Nassau'and part of Duval '. .
Manner Which Will Credit To The '
0 ; County. Bring ; Judiciary, J

\ I To The Legal Profession And To Myself ,As A Member i
.,"-r,,. /;, ,51 1r Of That Profession. 'If' Elected I Pledge To The CitizensOf. ,

F Bradford County Serve Honorably .AndI.;/:With

4' Dignity And ;'Integrity' Befitting .A ''Position Of Such .

': ; Importance And Public Trust. :
JULIAN E. McRAE t : t.

He just won the National :"....
Sales Achievement Award
the in life National insurance: Association, given by of Demand The Truth. : Elzie S. Sanders :Stands On What '

that's Life Underwriters.a pretty good And sign : I' His Friends .Clients Neighbors And All.
that people like what he's _. ,
? selling. k w ,' \" :;; ,,. : ... .1 ,<_ "' \"
ability.What His he's ability selling to is help his .Jun'...',,: .. Who 'Know Him Think Of". His Honesty,

financial people protect future their, be It family Integrity, ,And Position In Our County.
'. or business.
# In life, health and group
insurance,call in a real winner. .
Look At The Qualifications Of The Man: v ,.

Life of : J' ..... :. '
It : urt" -.".....runMan1.; of Gfwrf..ifTV 4+, '" f sl, '\tw ,. \ : j1** 32 .. && $J
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.. WHATrIS'.rS; .
'I'1..' GREATEST RULER t s EDUCATIONAL- BACKGROUND.?... ', .,,, ,, r'. > 1

Historians will |>iul>jbl% "
ruler never of agree all time on the but greatest thenIN. WHAT TRAINING, DOES HE HAVE, IN COURTROOM PROCEDURE' ? -
one man who held this Utlu lit
Break Up ally was Genghis translated Khan muum which"gruului.lili-i-\ WHAT EXPERIENCE DOES .,HE HAVE 'IN JURY' :TRIALS? "'1!

ruler" .
truly deserved the title t MIHC
THE FAMILY AFFAIRAT his armies overran much of theEastern 1'' ::1
World during his reign DOES HE KNOW THE LAW?
as leader of Mongolia GenghisKhan / ...
THE usa and ruled until his death 'in
1227. At one time; his empire c '
Eastern area of Russia Persia .
vast empire, but to have n IUIKI-
number of satisfied tustt.inemIf : Jlfcj
you are;not already u customer -
we would like to inviteyou
to do business with our '

My Promise: ', Elect The Only Candidate Running' ,On' Ilia QUALIFICATIONS,

( Pel.. Adv.) .. PHONE 964.7500
(Pd,Pol. Adv)


Pick up your free pair'' .

of FPL economy booklets DON'T 0 BE; MISLED

from FPL officeor

from yourappliance dealer. Elect A Judge, Not I A Name.


It Has Come To My Attention That Main Sleet 'On The Other Hand .. "s r

People Voted For M Iy I Opponent In The I Ha\e Been Count. Judge Of BradforfIuCount! : }

First Primary' Under. The Mistaken For The, Past..20,:Years. .,I A ni, Prepared 'Jo: .
-1111\ Belief That
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11II'r Judge.
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\\ :r:::=:: .. Don't Be Misled "i
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r 20
ft Years. Actual Experience.As! : ( A:' :

\ I &\\t My Opponent Is Not A Judge I ..Judge, > t *# ". .
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CES.d He Has Never Been A. Judge .. ji I'
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v-- .. .. He Has No Experience As A Judge / ,.It Through Hard Work During.
.- ._ \/2- \V lever. _, The 20 Year. .$That I Have Spent,:.Preparing.
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K y) NQ__r VV.'V;" ,.i( ,nay, ..',f'r..,..1 ., Salary 1.'.V" "' '196-Davs***"** 1 l"Beyond '14,;rtl-:,t.",pw.+.oi-onths..... a r""::i i r $18,324.18 Total Salqry'
Tom CaseyV .
V M., Clark $11,130.00 ((40 Days) $2,271.60 $2,977.60. $16,379.20
]:)C.:' C. Anderson $11,130.00 ((40 Days) $2,271.60t t .,., $ 750.00 $14,151.60
nP. T. Nolin $11,130.00 ((40 Days) $2,271.60 $ 750.00 t'; $14,151.60 ;
,. : ) $2,271.60 $ 750.00 NI' $14,151.80arion
"luciliePayne $11,130.00 ((40 Days 4 ;
rl t<\% Payne $11,130.00 ((40 Days) $2,271.60 $2,400.00
Shi Smith $1.1t 130.00 '((40 Days) $2,271.60.1\ :?> $ 750.00 :; '
Marlowe $11,130.00 ((25 Days) $1,419.75 $1,725.00 '; $14,274.75L. ,

T. Oglesby $11,130.00 ((40 Days) $2,271.60 $2,250.00 Ii' $15,651.60 ;,;.
Millard Brown $11,130.00 ((30 Drys) $1,703.70 $1,650.00 111 $14,483.70Richard .
\ $16,851.60
((40 Davs) $2,271.60 $3,450.00
Jockel $11,130.00 $ 750.00 $13,583.70 ,
I,Jessie, Moore $11,130.00 ((30 Days) ,$1,703.70 $2,625.00 1: $15,114.75GRAND
Philip. Vellenga $11,130.00 ((25 Days) 1419.75
$23,812.70 $206,892.58

The Taxpayer Foots The Bill For 236 Working: Days Or Less!! '

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< i iI ;wire; Your Tax $$$ Buying A Good Education For Your Child?


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New Manager >

t I I'" Bill Would Allow Succeeds GloverAt Cancer Treatment Gonners Issue Party Invitation

Holiday InnRon Doyle Conner laid'
I ; m Those On SS To Earn More KItten and Doyle Comer Invite course Tuesday while In Starke to Inspect .
all area friends to their the new fanner's market
El Caution Is usual post-camo party October under construction. The party;
year, so I have great hopes UrgedOAK 7 In Tallahassee following the
A proposal made last year earn up to $3,000$ a year without also. He's the man most likely -. Florida-Florida State football Is at the Conner home at 2902
of their
forfeiting some off the
Drive Just
by lT& Sen. Lawton ChilesCFla. Th.earningS to be able to make it J ap.open Woodslde
Social Security benefits. game. Thomuvllle Road, Hwy 319.
.) to help senior citizen limit now..91.680. If anyone can. I'm verymuch RIDGE, Teas ScfcnUsU at Oak Ridge Na- Wild pig will i be the main
out retirees having who their want Social to work Security with. This la the same legislation In addition encouraged.to Mansfield and tlonal Laboratory caution that a potential breakthrough In the .". <,,,,,,"',,,, n'nn.ouuuu.u'u. '....IIIIII''I.QIHI.QbOOL! __ _._!!__...._JU...__ .
; penalized has Just found Introduced by Sen Chiles on AIka n, he bill carries 70 co- treatment of cancer cannot yet be regarded as the discovery
new life In the Senate. Jan. 29, 1971." his firstsponsored sponsors. of a complete cure. THE:
bill as a new Senator. his bill last y
Sea Mike Mansfield (Mont.) In Introducing stated The warning was taued during the weekend as a barrage
(VU) Chiles has now Joined as a Florida's
and Sen. George AIken year of calls to It announced
of the Mansfleld- "It seems to me that our telephone came the laboratory alter
have Introduced an amendment co-sponsor that the bacterial BOO had been found "100 cent PROBLEM
would allow retirees to AIken proposal. "I am delighted present requirements severely per AAlBilE SCHOOL
which that this has gained the discourage people from effective" in treating cancer In animals.
attention and Interest of Sen. working who want to work and
I FOR FREE RIDE I Mansfield, the majority; leader need to work because they cannot David Sundbert, public Information director at the labora- CAN .BE SOLVED!
of the Senate, and Sen. Al live on their small fixed tory, said many of the calls were from people whose relatives
TO POLLS. OCT. 3 ken, our most senior Senator," Incomes. It Is not fair to ask A4 have cantor '
Sen. Chiles said today. them to forfeit the Social Security
Call 964-7202 earned and Dr. Michael Hanna Jr.. an ORNL'scientist who announced
Adv.) "Sen. Mansfield say he hopes this ;proposal benefits would they soften that the findings Friday, raid BOG cannot tie regarded as a defini- .II|IM I TEMPLK: : 'II.L Ill) till\TK\KK.: : IS NECESSARY : -
(Pd. Pol. to (jet Congress action on adjourns this bill this before restriction." tive cure for cancer. TO ENSIRE: : .\ STRONG(. I'ROGRVM()( I FOR '
There are a larger number of cancer types in humans, be YOUR CHILI) AT TilE: MIIHH.K SCHOOL) uvr.I': :
said and "we can't be certain this will work against all of

TO THE VOTERS OF BRADFORD COUNTY Calmano has been transferred them Dr." Herbert Rap of the National Cancer Institute In Bethesda WALlS, IF NECESSARYElect
to Starke by Mississippi Md.,said BOG has been used thus.far only on humans
Because the rumors continue to preslst that I Management. Inc., aa general with skin cancer.
manager of the Holiday "We will have to gain the confidence of the clinical world,
Inn here. He was formerly restaurant and it may take as long as five years,"he said.
was backed by Tom Casey In the Primary and that manager at the Holiday 'Manna said the BSG treatment works by stimulating the JIM TEMPLE
m in Hammond La.
body's natural reactions against tumors so that cancer cells
I am now backing him In the second Primary, I feel Calmano replaces Bill Glover are destroyed. SUPERINTENDENT: :
who has been promotedto "The important thing Is that we've opened the door to
It Is necessary to make a public statement. general manager of Mississippi treatment! by immune therapy. I think it would work on can- .
Management's new Inn cers like lung cancer if they are situated so that the. chemical' (P6 Pol. .
at BrooksvUle-Dade; ,whichIs can be injected Into them,"he said.
I ran for Superintendent of Schools because I now under construction.

felt strongly that a change-Indeed an overhaul-- manager of the Holiday, 4
Inn at Jennings Fla., and assistant
restaurant manager at
i k of our school system was necessary for the benefit the Holiday Inn In Vlcksburg

1'1I,'I of the children In our schools.Mr. Miss. Prior Management to Joining he Mississippi servedIn [CONTINUEDTo Be Represented In 'The
the U. S. Air Force was

Casey has stated that he will continue the employed Restaurant and worked at In as Johnnie Savannah an entertainerIn Ganems Ga., .for T Legislature The .Only. Way

educational system In the same "progressive" man- the areas.Hilton Head and Savannah To Do This Now Is ,For :Bradford ,County

,t ner. Mr. Temple has promised a change not only He is a graduate of Rochester
attended, N. Rochester Y. High School Institute, and of Voters To Turn Out And Put Our Bradfonounty (

In economics but In ourrioulum and administration, Technology and the Culinary
Institute. Candidate In The Florida HouseOf

as well. Mr. Calmano Is married and
has an 18-month-old daughter Representatives. Let's Do It!
I cannot go against my own conviction that a Shelley Marie [ !

change Is absolutely necessary for this reason

and this reason only, I will cast my personal vote FOR FREE RIDE :::: :.N"\

for Jim Temple. Call 964-7202

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(Pel. P.1. My.) Bill E. Costello To The Citizens Of Bradford County .

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The Democratic primary run-off between Frank Williams of Bradford County and
I tl L HURST Bill Lockhart of St. Johns County on October 3rd is of prime importance to many of'
i CARL : us, as it should be. We want to take some action to make sure that the best man

will represent us in Tallahassee, and writing this letter and. publishing it is one
of the ways we hope to encourage the outcome.

t Frank Williams is one of us. He has worked and voted in Bradford County all

his adult life'', with the exception of his 3 year tour of duty overseas ,in.the Army.He .
understands our problems, and in the past he has been in the'habit of doing

MY OPPONENT: t tS ) something about them. He will know how to handle them in the future, and as our
CARL DURST ) representative he will be in a better position to give us the solutions we need.
"II' .\ FILED HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION HAS FILED HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION FOR ) The small counties are being crowded out of the picture in Tallahassee, and

FOR 1972 IN BRADFORD COUNTY 1972 IN CLAY COUNTY. Bradford County now needs the Williams drive, personality, persuasivenesV'and know-
how to get us what we need and are entitled to. We're naturally selfishvabout
Bradford County, but Clay and St. Johns counties are small counties too/ and they

VOTED IN: GENERAL; ELECTION IN MARCH VOTED IN GENERAL ELECTION IN MARCH will fare equally well with Frank's fair-mindedness and his determinationto. give
t the Job his full time.
1972 IN 8 \O'ORD! COUNTY. 1972- IN CLAY- COUNTY.

We don't know much about Frank Williams' opponent, but we do know that he has
2Ji!i MONTHS AGO RENTED A HOUSE AT 418 ) not voted or lived in the district for the past five years. We don't think he 4

II.\S RESIDED IN BRADFORD, COUNTY "FOR N. CHURCH ST.. AND MOVED FROM CLAY t knows us very well, and we think he knows our problems even less.
COUNTY COURT JUDGE. We don't have any doubts about Frank Williams. His ten years of local public
service has left many a good mark in our county. He has been repeatedly cited for
LITTLE LAKE GENEVA ) his outstanding public service and his many accomplishments. His good work has extended -
> far beyond the borders of Bradford County, including all of District 25.
We know something else about Frank Williams we think is Important, and that's
his uncanny ability to get along with people. In Tallahassee he won't Just be for
our Interest -- that's not enough. He will see to It through contacts with other

II\S: BEEN A QUALIFIED VOTER IN BRAD- TO VOTE IN BRADFORDCOUNTY officials at federal, state and local levels that our interests are promoted so
16 YEARS. that what we need is not only what we deserve but what we will getI

We hope that Bradford County citizens will go to the polls next Tuesday and
," help give FRANK WILLIAMS a landslide majority. Because this election Is in the :

HEARD & TRIED OVER 5,000 nSDE hands of the Bradford County voters. You'll not only be doing yourself a"favor,

(IH\S &; TRAFFIC CASES IN THE ] NO EXPERIENCE: but us too. The whole of District 25. .,*.,;;.
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THE PAST 12 YEARS. ., ,. .: *

We Need To Vote For And. Elect

// You Want An Experienced If You Want A Clay County A ).

Bradford County Judge, Elect Lawyer y I FRANK WILLIAMS

Elect My Opponent
Carl Hurst t tA

Thank You For Your Active Support And Vote t tHURST Keep The House Seat In Bradford County!


COUNTY (Political' Adv. Paid Par By Arthur Bruno, Campaign. Tr.... Par Prank Williams. )

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3 Charged Bradley, Mitchell Bradley Is- ward Eugene: Barnett tor vol- Smokey Says: .
ler, Wayne Leslie Griggs, Cla- untary Intoxication, Roy Sil- Thank Y OUuo'
." .rnoe Gene King, Michael Woods cox for charges of resisting
(From Page 1)) Calvert David. Anthony Loper arrest and voluntary intoxica- rl'
Jacqueline Swisher Toban tion,, and Isadore R. Cllsson 01..
fined 936 or 10 days in jailor Keith Karwln Keene Sherry for voluntary Intoxication
( the charge oC possessing Lloyd Toombs Alfredla Cars- Cases In the morning session '
) \
alcoholic beverages.by a mi well Levine,' kooald M. Kan- were mostly taken up with. I Take This OpporlunitTo; Extend A, Worm "Thank You" To

nor.Leiter. m Harold David Crlswold, charges of unlawful speed. ; Those Who OemonstrotedlThelr: Support By Voting For M* t InThe '
Olive was fined $35 EmU Grederick, Michael Fines assessed to violatorswere
September 12th Rock For Circuit Old Friends ]
or 10, days In Jail for contributing William/ Newman Robert : Randall Green Pass!! Pa- Judge. Many i
to the delinquency and Lawrence Brown, Roger King, trick W. McCartney, and 'terry ; And Neighbors Worked Diligently Along Sid Th. New Friend
dependency. of a minor. Carl Joe Spangler, Walter G. Allan Gaines, each charged with lfr FIGHTING FOREST Who Joined Our Comp tgrrl:Team. Th. Personal Sacrifices Made !j
-.;.'. Daniel Williams wad CIned Kaulback. Charles O. Mack. unlawful speed and fined $26 = IS A D- RtN6FROUS8tiNL'S, By Many Of These $ ppo'[ .,s Leaves M. With A Profound Sense
:: $101 or 10 days for petit larceny William DeVoe, Hlpolto Gon- or three days In jail.
::> and Coralyn Yates was zalez, Ronald Frank Boris, Al- Laura Catherine O'Donnell, Of Humility And Gratitude., I Am Certain My Supporters Join Mo
t fined $51 or 10 days in jail onzo Oliver Joyce, Wesley Shuler David Swing, Perry A- ...PON1T8ERBFDN9BLE v In Offering Congratulations To R. A. "Butty" Green Jr. And i
for interfering with duties of Hughes, Arthur Gibson Sou- lan Ely, Joseph Buggs, and Es FOR MARTINS ONE' We Trust That Ho Win fnjoy Outstanding Success As A Circuit .
officer of law. don in, and Albert Randall Goer sie Broughton Albertie were all -
... Ruby and Donel Stokes pled ,' all charged with unlawful charged with unlawful speed Judge. v', .
+ not guilty to the charge of speed, Mlorn Lee Joel,charged and fined $36 or three daysIn '
assault and battery._ with careless driving, Willie jail. -- they destroy trees and
Sherry Bacot pled x not guilty Washington and Opal Morell Theotis Golden was fined property! James L. fiomlinson
I to charges of assault and bat- Allen, charged with driving $101 or 10 days In Jail for unlawful (F>J. Pal Adv.) ,
tery and trespassing after while under the Influence of speed. He was going 98 ;
r warning and will be transferred alcoholic beverages. mph In a 63 mp|>'zone. Tho- .. ,..
; to the county: .court doc Stanley A. Tledgen'estreat- mas Jefferson wu fined $51
:, ket. ed his bond for the charge of or five days In jail for speed a Citizens Of Clay;;.Bradford And Northern
Bond estreatures in the mornIng allowing ,an unauthorized per- log ,while Robin Marcol was ,4 '
:e.;. and afternoon sessions of son to drive and Charley Per fined $76 or five days for the 4" St. JohCounties .
M plea court are: ry's bonds were entreated for same. Don Barry Ledermanwas '"0"" .
d: Michael D. Longhouser.Mary the charges of having no valid charged with violation or :
M p jvl.n w..di
.. Josephine Copla Calvin i>amuel Inspection certificate and no right of way and fined. .$36 Meet Bill hv ; dtndidate;
: Vaughn. Raymond Greene, Michael drivers license. or three days In Jail. Lockhart Qualified
l' Larry Holand, Fannie Lawrence William Batten and Joseph Norman Traylor was -,- '
n Shaw Phillips Norman Jay Witt,' Donnie Martin Keys were both charged with reckless drivingand : i Statc 411 Club President ,\t 18.
I William J. Donovan, Jake chained with minor in possess-1. was fined $26 or three daysIn ,'w.'Tw State Jr. CollcB Debtite)! : Champion 20.
Sal He Flowers,Gulley, ion of alcoholic beverages and o
for the i. i *" National 411 Club U inner ,
jail charge. 21.
Anthony Maurice Jones, WIl- both bonds were estreated. +r:,, r catlcrsliip\ tt(
t' laim Bobby Cooper, Thomas Other bond estreatures were' Ola Thompson Wells Owen a ,4P 1, Graduate 1'nivefsilV' Of Florida ,\t11.
; P. Wilson, Mildred Miller James J. Erp charged with Franklin Hazen' Timothy MIchael -' Research Assistant To Sec. Of Slate \i 23. .
'!i King, Virginia Wllllamson.eiee..eeeoierseeeai fraud of room and board, HoJTe -,, Starling, Ralph Rena Pee *
bles, Jr. and Bernice Russ Capital Staff CuriirilisSioncr Of ,iric.? .U 24.
.!.-. .I.....................- were all fined $36.or three 0 fJ Legislatne Assistant The Florida Senate \t 26.(

.' days in jail for careless driv -'' *,A "'arrnernJ, BuMifcssiiuu) 28.
*! if.Iv.Done( /Cgainl 1 '
ing.Randall Green Pass and Herschel t +, w w
Hanson Waldron were ''' Meet Bill LockharlThe' Concerned; C.nndidate;
:! each fined $26 or three daysin
HUNDREDS OF PAIRS OFPANTYHOSE jail for dIe charge of violating t '
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driver's license restric i ,r *" Favors The Death Penalt
tions. Waldron had two countsof a Favors Application Of I'' \psl$10? .()iO'Ilomcstead()(!' :. K\emptioti For Elders.
the charge against. him'' and Pledges No New Taxes ;1. oori .
I had to for both.
::1 I Randall pay Pass and Michael K. a Will Fight Unfair: Revenue Sharing; I.e/;isljliou
Leverson both had their charges -. Y#; SupportsQuality Education j.ilr(
of having no valid drivers *
Opposed To Annexation without l Referendum(
licenses dismissed from the
S All Sizes:& Colors To Choose From i court. }r i" T1J38 '

,: I tinued.Two cases They in were court the were cases con... Meet Bill LockhartjfTJtc" Father And Husband

: Of) of Violet Rose Green charged
with having no valid ,drivers
1.I I 2 PAIR FOR '1' license and Percy Morgan "I Want My Son To Grow Up In A:'Wholesome Country, Everything I Do Is Toward

., : charged, with unlawful 1 speed That End. Now Is Th. Tim. For Leadership. We Cannot Look To Others Any
J l.. Longer. I Am Just On. Man, But With The Help Of My Neighbors I Am Thousands.

Conner Kills I Need Your Help Together We Can Realize! Our Common Dream A Wholesome

\I Try A Dozen :. Country And A Truly Free Society. ;:

Rumor OfEndorsement

\ HOUSE OF MILO : State Rep. "I Dist 25 Democrat .IIt"ol. Ad.L \'.)

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rf........................... ..............r. It is against the policy of J. '
the Florida Department of Agriculture -
to endorse any political
candidate, Commissioner
Doyle Conner said Monday,
ATTENTION squashing any rumor of an endorsement .3 I.
for District25 House PUT .YQUMAD
'Syl ;. of Representatives Candidate
:H ADULTS-! Bill County."If Lockhart. of- St. Johns .

, t (RED EXAMS WILL UK It Is a rumor down there,
then somebody abusing' the IN TE
"' fact" Commissioner Conner HAND'y
stated. Conner stated flatly
I he has not given his personal .h
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endorsement to candidate.
:;",tlJOJ) t>5 any 1 ;
l' OCTOBER 9, 1972 Candidate Lockhart,however, OF A MAN YtY ,' ,
t -? t.oj tJ d \ did work for the Ag Depart- f .
:,j ,..... ",. : ment In the county fair pro
gram. He also worked in Tallahassee .
for present Lt.Gov.. I :
PLEASE REGISTER NOW Tom Adams and for State Sena-
-,),' tor Bob Saunders, D-Gaines-
ville. YOU .CANTRU'ST ., y
ffAT-THE. OFFICE OF The Telegraph's query to
> 0)' Conner about an endorsementcame

: VO. TECH. upon the request of Brad c '
,, ford's Dist. 25 Candidate Frank \
Williams, who said he had been _
hearing the rumor and knewIt
.. to be untrue.WHERE'S .



For Your Home.:.Your Security..YourSafety.

Tom'Crawford Cares About Your

Welfare..Your Children..Your Family
A PRICE TAG' ...Your Future. Tom Crawford Will Protect -

LIKE And Serve You Around The Clock.
To Be Sure And For Peace Of Mind Put

: on the new Your Hand In The Hand Of The Man You '

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p Not A Simple, Issue x I There's A New Mobile Home C't I* :. tI

simple Abortlon and on-demand straightforward is NOT a of have women's suggested liberation recently.The : .groups Social Security" : I Sales Location i'I'V,i : .

political Issue,as some leadersS is moral this: question in essence : r

Does a woman's right to
control what Is happening NEW YORK-Men and women planning ahead for retire- I $ .' '
r. within her own body take ment In 10 to 20 years will find the newly enacted Social Security : i Keystone Heights ,*..; I'
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precedence over the rlght-i o-lif law a strong anchor to windward In their financial plbrt- .
of a. potential human being Din,. :, ''j .'
which is still in the fetal stage? Hero is a look at the amounts'that they can! receive month. :
The question tends to get ly at retirement: i
obscured in the highly!: emotion. Year of Individuals ,Married couples.. .*' IJOHN BROWN : I.
al debate bver abortion because Retirement tlotlrlng at M: Retiring at 851\
each side concentrates on one 1972 1259 $389 .
of these rights and tries to 1973

Ignore the Advocate other Speak 1975 1974 $$270$280 288 $433$405$420 I PRICE i iI

Advocates of abortion-on-

woman's fetus demand were speak body simply, which as part though she of has u a 1979 1978 1978 1977! $314$322$298$307 $472$483$460$446 I MOBILE HOME CENTERi I12 I-

as much right to remove as, for .
1980 $328 $492 .
example a appendix.If
t.,... -,-<' ";'i' this concept Is accelted 1903 $344 $516 .
there can be little argument 1990 $353 $532
Y with the corollary that a 1995 $363 $3472UUO : & 24' Wide CaZi'473-3775. :
woman and her doctor shouldbe :/ $390 $584 .
/ free to decide for or against Such Information can be useful In planning to avoid finan- ......................................................................................
destruction of life. But they cial storms ahead.A .
say an abortion is a killing. new feature of the law provides that starting In 1973 tho
Inasmuch as an unborn fetus is benefits will! be adjusted upward periodically to reflect rises In .. .
not yet a fully human person the consumer price Index Whenever Inflation, as measured by (
abortion may not technically or the price index, rises 3 per cent the monthly payments will be .
legally constitute murder. But automatically adjusted upward to help compensate rm: ; ___
from a medical and moral _
viewpoint abortion The cost-of-livlng escalator In the new law can make planning .
unquestionably involves easier. ,
deliberate killing of embryonic R
human life. Moreover,abortion First, everyone covered by Social Security can count on a "'".J BkI1 Tr'Tw
opponents contends a fetus is basic Income in retirement years that should keep up with the
,\ the most helpless of all formsof cost of living.
I.. ru OIL I human life- and therefore Second, it moans that a person can dctcrmlno more easily
: the one most deserving of what additional provisions he must make. For example, suppose w
;! protection by laws of a civilized that ho believes that ho and his wife can get along on a
HEATERThis !society.It's I'etlrementlncome of $10,000 in today's dollars. e e
hard to see any room for The man In our example will retire at age 65 In 1978, when '
compromise bet ween !these he can expect to receive $473 month,or a total of about / 1 1 ,11
: ,
beautifully designed sharply conflicting attitudes\ : $5,664 for the year. Ho, must therefore obtain from other 1 IIII. + $ III
Gl Gl.t
heater cuts your fuel bills with The conclusion you reach about sources $4,336 in yearly income at today's living-standard fair au fit "':"" a t tar
advanced engineering.Powerful the morality of abortion is rates. i II''
) whisper-quiet blower delivers dictated at the outset by the The money from Social Security will increase as Inflation II.I. :;
a carpet of warmth pre- premise you adopt about the rises, but the 4,336:\:\ ho needs will be vulnerable to inflation. -.t '
venting overheated ceilingsand nature of the fetus. Cogent moon 3 .icon. .ow .J
wasted fuel dollars. Come be made for 'LI !i ,>
arguments can Over the lust 10 years Inflation has risen 3.28 per cent a ..
In and see for yourself. Check either premise.
year. Over the last five years the rate amounted to an aver

the unsurpassed features that for make styling Siegler and But opponents of free-md- age of 4.58 per cent a year -W Meet a man who can be the best friend you've ever had when it comes to build

economy.DENMARK. easy abortion group that .Y2 ,7 ing a new home on your property. meet your local Jim Walter Homes manager.
In the
most recent fiscal period July 1971 to July 1972 -
includes a Prote- Mimv of will He U Mr. Othel Sulliviin. of
great many our customer never meet the mun ncliiiilly pictured here. nmn.iuer
stants, Jews and humanists as Inflation has slowed to an Increase of only 2.9 per cent a year. MORTGAGE. FINANCINGt Jim Wulter Homes In Tiiscaloosti." :' Ala Uul. we do want you lo meet someone just like, Olhcl Sullivan. ,veu
well as Roman Calhollcreplythat The wise planner might figure inflation taking a toll of about 5 qumliftmd ftropmttv oWe -" tint you to know the manager of your LOCAL Jim \\niter Homes Oivpl.iy; Park. He U the man you should t
per cent a year. On that basis, If he should retire In six years meet. In person .if you're pl.mnine. to build; a new home on\our property." You may think costs arc .too .;
a fetus Is not a mere organor he would need about 30 cent more than the basic $4,336 extra high|! .hut thin sum "illhllw you how YOU!.!.CAN- AFFORD to build I your new home now. ."perhaps: even u. :.
appendage of a pregnant per y CASUAL ottagei 'larger home than you ever dreamed you could afford. i.. :'
woman's body. From !the income or 5600. r w Your locnl Jim Wnller Home reprcsenliilivc will tnkc u.personal' interest your individual, "...1110"".. He'll work J.:
Furniture Co. moment of conception it is a One reason that older persons should be careful\ figuringthe i with you to help you sohc your" space needs, for now unit in the future. Hell allow you selection: of more ':
living thing that has' the Impact of inflation is that some necessary items, such as than twenty models. .one to four hcdroonn.. Home. one hath, anne Iwo-biilh honic" :ThL:',. utter you have :._
134 W. Call SiPhon of Into medical care and related services, are rising rapidly in price. rondo your"selection he'll show you how you can cut your cmls to the hare minimum by doing sonic, of ,the inutile
il a finishing work yourself., You do much want. The do, the will reduce the .
I cnn in m you more you more you
I 964-5827 human person with unique On the other hand, food transportation, recreation and totnl cost of your home And he will show you h"...m (qualified i property,, owner you may obtain; 'INS PANT .'
individual char IICt erisl les.I savings generally: do not require as heavy outlays by people A MORTGAGE FINANCING \even for the material.you'll use lo finish your home'"W a _'.
after they retire as during their working years. "_ ,. OVER 204QWCQST MODELS 0 BUILT ON YOUR PROPERTY
Where can the money be found to make up the difference 'Wc want ynt11Akftnvfllthdfietnsht7ti! )\WnncrdlOlrfyhdutTtlrtl4'Wi"MnIU1lR3TaFyuutosicillofthe! >t : ,
MADAME BESSIE ...; between:the needed, ,amount...and. ,?what Social 'Security pro-, .$ offer a complete line of f more than twenty models: ofTercd. We would like to tell you I he cx.icl costs' unit whnt your monilily nv.rlpaga| | :
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'tV' 11'' \>> : would be for of homes. built. .
.r; .IcJ \ '' ": it piiymcnl any our on your properly to whatever lauu IIr r Inside compleiion you wanl.we
PALMIST ''x .i\! 1",1/, .r ,The :varied t; sources,Include, 'private n Y pians' cash tval' v ;,' SECOND HOME COTTAGES' whether'wtit; (your you local to!:hnye Jiniwiilier, nil I he i :f.icn.representative/ Then you isn't decide.your whether best friend your when new it home conies should to building' he!Jim on your Waller, properly.huill. .

of life insurance policies of annuities,
no purchases sarv-
Call or lop' by(the Di.plalPa.I PAST PRESENT FUTURE ,investments, small Inheritances end gifts!! from children.
I.r, I niLffui.AOTICI on Many older people count on sale of their family homes at n r JIM_-------J;
Oil AffMtlIIM ( .
to give them nest
profit a egg.
l lMAIIUAM I.would Ilk* to have moro .
The Is to ahead and work toward I Information and. '" I
{ o -- point plan building a sum / tho coil .1 .
that, when Invested, will' yield sufficient( income for the retirement b.lldl..1" I Ivndwtiand ""-.
IN PRIVACY OF MY HOME! 1 e+... would bono "'::
171-2250 HOURS 8 A.M. 10 P.M. years, taking into consideration tho possible pace of in obligation, to buy andHial dtir.';.. I
$ you would glvo mo m tofoctt ::: "
I CALL A HAN ON U.S. 1 NORTH flation. 1 I... of chary r- :: I ,I
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PI ne Keystone 473.3755 PLUS I ,' = TOTAL COMFORT SYSTEMWe
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Dealer Award: R e Will Provide. Plans.Stipervision And Warranty

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TO ENSIRE: ( A STROM(; PRotR; \\1 FOR Koeeerelt. Mall-3M4SM

YOUR CHILD) AT THE: MIDDLE) : SCHOOL LEVEL: : FURNITURE Call, Air Engineers Today .For Free 'Home, Or) Business Survey

WALLS, IF NECESSARY Of Your; Heating And Air Conditioning Requirements

E Elect F".HITual.

JIM TEMPLE :,: \, ', f CALL 964-8O4I .' "..I'M' '
Up To ((0% Sayings

SUPKRINTKMJKNT: : : Boxfey! Chair Co. Or Come In And See Us At Our Office Next To

<.- PaU A4 .> 648 Cot.ett 1 Black' Longchamp Homes On 301 South Of Starke.
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Sales Tax Up 30% In July New AssociateAt r t

RealtyA. MART
Joining the state In a brink Fred O. (Dud)
tax yield in the first monthof reported. late The July 1973 collection exceeded >- Clay Count? reported sales t
the new fiscal year, aU four Sale tax by more than $8.000 tax collection 01 U8,8f8 for
collections In Brad
I arM rural counties hawed an ford County In July 1972 Bradford sale tax collection July 1972. up 3.69 per cent SUPPLIES t
Increase In sale tax col.lections : up 30 per cent at'8a.701, compared were- In June 1972. the prevlou month over the 9112,498 collected the BUilDERS :
In July; Comptroller to $52,753 In July 1971. which totaled 962.319. $2,000 Mine month from In the 1971 but 1118,884 down ,

---- collected this June.Baker NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS 6 ;

FACTSConcerning County reported collections
of$33.295 ID July 1972. ,'
a 37 per cent Increase over the STARKE FLORIDA
School l Administration PersonnelMANY $24,152 It reported In July 1971 t IN
and up $3.000 over the $30,344
collected this June. Of Painted t
) Stock
MISLEADING STATEMENTS HAVE BEEN Union County reported $14- With The Largest

MADE ABOUT THE COUNTY LEVEL PERSONNEL 347 In July 1972, up 41 per cent Steel
AND THEIR SALARIES. THIS EXPLANA- over the $10,141 eollecte4InJu- Galvanized Roofing & 'Siding
ly 1971, and $3,000 more than And
TION IS MADETO PRESENT THE TRUTH: the $11,340 collected In June
1972. J. Thomas, Sr. announced ; 'Sheets In Fla. t
Alachua yesterday that Fred Sackett Is
Bradford Clay
The sales and use tax traditionally now associated with Thomas ,
County County County
the highest yielding Realty.Mr. .
Aeeiatant Superintendent $1SOOO fit,17 16,131 tax In Florida, moved 19 per 'PLUS. ,
Superstore 15,000 14,151 16,331 cent over the same period last Sackett received his .
Peraonnel Director 1J.SOO Nona 14.331 year to 76.9 million In July. Florida real estate.license In ,
Vocational Director 16,000 14,11 15,950 All major tax collections In the August after studying In Miami And Accessories To Build
state showed healthy gains, Dade Junior College, and Bert All lumber, Posts
My oppon.nt stated at the political rally in lavtey that the (electee of county Comptroller Dickinson reported -> Rodgers School of Real Es- Build- 6
level pereonnel in Bradford County was $1OOO higher than the eaue position in with an overall Increase of tate. lie retired with the rank Farm Buildings, Poultry.;Houses,
Alachua County. This type of mlerepreaentation should be carefully evalueted in 38 per cent over July 1971. of major after 23 years of ser-
,Benin your, deeleion on who shall provide the leaderahip for your child'e futur. The gas and oil production vice in the U. S. Air Force ings Or Commerical Buildings. ,
tax led the field percentage where he accumulated 9,600 ,
The aid people (not 12 aa atated by ny opponent) who work on the county level ar.r.quir.d wise, soaring 232 per cent flying hours as a bomber and
to ...t the State Law, State Regulation or Accreditation Standard. over last July to $166,330. The transport pilot. 7 COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM ,
rise Is attributed to Increased ,
The Assistant Superintendent' for Instruction, required by Accreditation Standard activity In the Jay oil fields and FROM 1 FT. TO 3O FT.jUe .
No. 9.511 (125), has the re.poneibillty of a aeneral ov.rvi.w in planning and the other producing wells. Mr. Sackett is married to ANY LENGTH ,
evaluation of the instructional He also int.rvi.w. and recruit ell
proaran. An- ,
former !tilde; Araujo
The motor vehicle special the
pereonnel for the school .t... fuel tax Increased 44 per centto tonino from Arcoverde, Bra- Hare A Sheer To Cut Sheets To Any Length ,

The Klewentary Supervisor is'required by.State Law, Chapter 236.02. and h.. $1.7 million,documentary zll. They both speak Spanishand ,
supervisory responsibility over approximately 100 elementary teachers. She also stamp tax 23 per cent to $5.1 Portuguese, as well as
coordinates the Special Education Program, Library Progress, Kindtrgarttn Program million the state sur tax 39 English. They came to Bradford STOP BY AND SEE ESc ,
and the In-servic..ducation program for all personnel. per cent to $903,818 and the County a year ago, and ,
estate tax 64 per cent to $2.3 reside on U. S. 301 South, near
Rh.S.condary.. Supervisor is required by State Law, Chapter 216.02 with supervisory million. Hampton. \t Are Just Off IIinu> 301: ) South Of Starke
responsibilities ov.r approximately 80 secondary teachers. He also is local The corporation Income tax
dir.ctor of'interns, all accreditation reports and evaluation, and recent proqrees continued to have strong returns Mr. Sackett will be in the EtewtauranlELZIE t
in the area of accountability. with $6.7 million reported Thomas office each day of the S By The Longlion.
for the month. week, Including Saturdays. d11
Th. Supervisor of Learning Reeources is required by State Law, Chapter 236.02 withresponsibility IJ6..__
of securing suppllss, equipmwnt'for classrooms. He is th..up.rvisorof'.aint.nanc. __ _ .
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of all school plants and cells for all bids prior.to purchaeee.The the Old 1izje

Vocational Dir.ctor is required by Sta Law, Chapter 231.3SOS. He supervises
the 58 teechers in vocational education. He also supervises the federal programsand
the work-study projecte. S. SANDERS

Th. rood Service Coordinator is required by State Board .,ulation. She aids all
cafeteria personnel in providing quality food and nutrition education. Sh. re*
eeives all comodities.. } our Candidate: for

The School .Psychologist and Sp..ch Therapist are housed in the Administration
Building but th.y work with students and are not administrative personnel. ..
"The trouble with <>|>|i rtunily -
All facts .hoIl14.b.Q.r.fully .valu. ed In making your decision. is. Iliut II always looks COUNTY COURT JUDGEAND
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Mr. Thomas L. Casey, Jr. > .' ,( ''ft;";; "f""i; ;. ..'
Superintendent of Schools .' f i;yyj;:;; !>, ', ; .. r''hBradford : k"': ,' I/'
County, -X', ;>, 'r.f '. ,
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Starke. Florida 32091 ',i, '._,,': I! ,', ; ''.?. I\r
Dear Tom:

I Would like to take this opportunity to personally thank you for what I con- Personal ..-.oIJ
sider a Job well done as our Superintendent of Schoolse Election is a wonderful Background e.

time for all of us to assess the values that we receive for our tax dollars. I Jtl
Born 20 1939 married to the former Sandra M.
August Poynterwho
have been a Railroad Contractor for several years and have been working in almost
every county in the State of Florida. Each new area that I work in, Is a new area ( is a decendanj; of Jesse Green an original settler of Bradford

for comparison of the things at home, and I am very happy to report that our school County over 100 years ago); they are the parents'two sons Eric, I "

system in Bradford County Is one to be very proud to support. Comparable counties, age 3 and Paul ,age 1; was graduated from Jacksonville! University ':-,

in land area, population, and economy, fall far short in the comparison. in June 1961. He has worked as an insurance investigator in Starke,
Florida and resided at 331 North Myrtle St. Starke Florida Enrolled "
I am speaking, not only of the physical plants in our school system, but also
in the University o'f Florida College of Law in 19Q,5} 'and received Juris
of the quality ,of education. I have had four children attending our schools during
March which time the WifeSv'as Teacher
Doctor in 1968 during a at
your tenure of office and I have no complaint as to the education that they have re-
ceived. Each child receives from a school system, or a teacher, the same amount of Bradford unty.lIigh: School Starke Florida. Admitted to the Florida

learning equal to the amount of effort that the child puts forth to gain that knowledge Bar in June 1968; admitted to practice before the.U, S. District Courtsof

Too often, we as parents, find It much'' easier to blame a teacher ,or a school Florida. Practiced. law in Starke since 1968. ..

policy for deficiencies, when we should look a little further to find the real cause -

for concern. Professional
Background .

As a citizen, taxpayer and friend, I sincerely wish you luck In the coming Received B. A. Degree in 1961; Received Juris, Doctor Degree in 1968;

election and hope that you will have the opportunity to continue to serve Bradford Practiced Law in Starke since 1968; Served as Special Public Defender;

County as Superintendent of Schools and to continue to bring every available edu- is a seasoned Civil and Criminal Trial Lawyer; served as Prosecutorin
cational advancement within the grasp of all those students who desire them.
The Bradford County Judge's Court 1969 and 1972; holds membership ,

tf t in The FloridaBar Eighth Judicial Circuit Bar Association, Starke

Very truly yours, Jaycees Downtown Merchant's Committee Board of Governors of I

: !' \ Starke-Bradford, Chamber of Commerce. Elks;.and most important Is

;" '\ 4Jr r .t ') active in the religious life of our community. .
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.' 1 ; i, ,: W. T. JACKSON< .."../"':! '.' :;;. "' :, : : ,: ON OCTOBER 3, 1972 '

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County Court Judge

( ,. AJy. '. Fer Br Tern C...,,) .. (P. ... MY.) A Man Whose Career Is Latv Not A ,{'Politician

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1 Fill{ In the blank with your oue.. and bring o''our store. Everybody Eligible Except Baldwin Ch_ .. .. . .. .. .. .a .. .:: p s I ) !
: before 6 p.m. Friday proceeding gam or got,.:registration! Telegraph Employee Carl Hurst . . . . . .. Tl I RE: C i

: blank at our itore. Cooper's Nursery . . . .. .. . .
: My Guess Cash & Carry Tiro. .. . .. ... . . 412 E. Call St.. Phone 9645800

I. During Football Season, Starko Builders Supplie. will IIh.t Fod.ral . . . . . . .
give 3 of. tKot Rg. ill. football' .ach wo.k FREE. Enter Contest NOW Florid Bank .. . . . . . . WHOLESALE) PRICES} Standard. Of I
: B. sure to 'fill{ In this blank or g.t blank at our store FI or Id.. P..t. .. .. . ., . . . .Manufactur.d And Te.ted To M..t Our High
: and havo I it I in our .tor. by 6 p.m. Friday. Iri coto of tlo, CONTEST RULES Jackson Build.,. .. . . .. .. . .. .. .Quality And Performance.' While There I I. No All. On. Sy.t.mfirst You I
willwln UedLake By Mfg.
Standard Grading
: 3 with correct core or naret correct care Geneva Mobil Horn. . . . . )' Or
:. NAME.. . . . . r., Each weekend football game 'lie games will be counted Manning Hardware . . . . . . Can Be Sure That All i

: ADDRESS _ - PHONE ...;..'- will ad on be this selected page. Indicate, one In which each misses Games unless played marked before as FrldIQ'tie. Now Method .. . . . . . ASTROST.4R'TIIdES' .

team you think will win and write night will be thrown out. My Olln' Mobile Home. . . . . . ARE QUALITY BUILT 'I
: Starke iulldws' S..ies the the name advertiser's of .the team name opposite In the game error listed or Incorrect Incorrectly due to due!InStan to : Boot.r, . . ... .'. .. .. .. MARYLAND. SYRACUSE :

: KEYSTONE HEIGHTS v.. BRONSON entry blank.NO SCORES'just correct lnformaUon will be Stark* Appliance. I . .. . . .. .. .. . .
tnrownout. I
,( the w Inne r. A two time winner wUl be Stork. Build.rs. . . .. . . . . Ubdrted t.hionsC311
: ',' eliminated from participating Stark* Chrysler I Ply.I . . . .. . tor ijxfased db-ydeaning '
How about t:. .Ih In the remaindercontest. .. . . . . technique! u tuy.'you: bought':knilF p !
"I'g The prizes will be awarded The decision of the Judges Is Terwillegar alyeser' "F { ;pint lull such as thN tup*>b K
I'!'. --..." each week on the basis of most final" William J.w.I' Original.Would. you',u11' with jutl'any kind of.
' In The best Idea II tu follow R K's
.\I i I .. some money games case of tie selected, plcfi a correctly number which All advertisers and employWoodburn. G.m Jewel iry . . . .. .. r. advice drycleinlntr' rug II to ,th*.car ol our Siniton' dry., r i I
g "? think will be the largest aes are eligible to win. Only TIE cleaning e W*understand the new tynimtic and
you BREAKER.. natural fiber" and 'labia, And know how to .r I
r: lose number of scored by any Bradford CountyTelegradlemIn Case of a tie the one th* steer we }
points ; .
: you cal l l lit. thisto rotor your garment ufely lo their one team that Is listed In con- ployees are not eligible to enter most point scored y any onewr number nw appearance,-In''od.,'*fathion world,our
t+, test, and write this number contest. In space below. if the drycleanmi process that, keeps up lo dire :
Z ,1\1 tnt ospaceprovidnlntheenCUp out entry and mall or THINK I ----POINTSWILLBE THE vouuntrustanapenbke: '. ,
r ,.: tryblankthiswllibe used bringtoBradfordCountTale g&KAndyouuntrunu y
....' Mt. I as a Ue breaker. In the event graph, P.O. Drawer A. Starhe, MOST SCORED BY ANY TEAM LISTED. Sata tate"--tate I
II I } a Ue still exits, the total Fla. All entries must bet In Nom. . . . . . .'. . . LAUNDRY PICK-UP
: cash aJIIOIIII pot the will wi be nera.divided equally our Only hands one entry by PLEASE.6 p.m. Friday Phon. No. ... . .'. . . a . .. AND DELIVERY

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3 3 BOOTERY Football Special.Gem I; 1

: You don't have to worry about money being wit.or ... 0.f1; I. "
stolen when you carry tnwl.rs ch ckd." 5 .,. SHOES AND J ewe MEN'S FAMOUS BRAND NAME\!
If they're lost or stolen,you can get almost IlfprlMi at. 964.5211 T t 1II 1/
replacement.Cashabl.anywhere and food until spent. ACCESSORIES 109 East Call St. Phone SUITS I ..\',: /
: The small service charge Is little: to pay for \ WATCHES SEIKO CROTON 95
peace of) mind. Buy your travelers check,Jr, .. WmEveryWeek: MIDO ELGIN VALUES 7ft
You can spend them. In the U.S.A,too,you know.. I TO$130.00 tmtn' .
., Wwi Values. From ] < DIAMONDS BIRTHSTONE RINGS i .

_ .M.mb.r I I-. -- PENDANTS. BRACELETS \
Stan's I
I St Federal! Deposit 'Insurant* Ce. Bootery :; '.FATHERS TIE! BARS-AND TAGS AI! Ladles: Summer" 1 I'f 2 \1
I} } t Subsidiary Of Florida lAtHS AND) BOYS 1, .1
L Largest Stock Of Jewelry in Bradford County ,,0" \ .
SfOES $7.99 $14.99 ":/
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Flerido", f.flUOIlo' S28.QO SPIDEL PRINCE GARDNER tJiJe hiIrtlwd
Valua to ; t
,' Watch And Jewelry Repairing With 40 Year Experience I' ._ ,

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Do You Have Unanswered Qu..tlon.'l-lioft- ..
Come See
I'VE BEEN "ROOTING"AIR See The New 1973 I..i ;

.i STARKE APPLIANCE, SERVICE NOW YOU ARE INVITED II, .r Chevrolet And Oldsmobile "ClfIOSl.ER ,- -13' I''

Can Provide Complete Information On All Types Of Cooling r Now On Display A t

For Complete Air Conditioning Service' From The Initial.* r ,
StalUtion To Full Service You Can Depend On In Future COUNTY -
\'ur., CallPRICE 964.11363 r PLYMOUTHS. I
PERSONNEL TRAINED TO ; ,i Elect U.S ql N.rH Phoe. P64.7S00 I I Top Quality' Usd Cars | i

323 Brownl.., "-. Stark., F IO. l U.S. 301 NORTH STAR.. PHONE 9&4.6600

I ,- M -- CARL HURST "Sooner or loiter Your Favrorit Deafer" U3RYSLEK-PLYMOUTH i ii

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.Sweeteat Strawberries This Sides f Heaven '

Tornadoes Pound 34-7

Tigers Romp 39-6 Over. -- Buchholz Bobcats

Over Chi'efland A Tornado from

Bradford County ,set

down on Florida

In Suwannee FrayBigger and and Field left torn Friday a Buchholz tattered night

.. Bobcat team In Its "
stronger, and quicker defense, but had runs of 18 and giving Lake Butler good field ;h1Gt
Lake Butler's Tigers roar- 13 yards to his credit. position which Dale Green lostno wake.
ed 39-8 Friday night over Chief- Billy Ray Smith returned time In taking advantage of.
land's hapless Indians In aone- Chiefland's opening kick-off 25 Green fumbled on the first olav Revenging their opening loss
sided contest for their second yards to the Indian 45 vard line. (See Page 18)) to Ocala Vanguard Bradford's
win of the season and a Suwan- fired-up footballers scored at ,
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nee Conference victory. least once In each quarter to ke.
Quarterback Dale Green lost bomb the Bobcats $4-7 beforea
no time In engineering Lake 1 __ crowd of more than '2,000.
Butler's win as he directed w > t r'ra'1 I The non-conference win even- .,
touchdown drives the first three ed the Tornadoes' mark at 1-1
times the Tigers had the ball. for the season but proved to bea ca
The Tigers led 14-0 after the costly victory as veteran
first period, 20-0 at the half, guard Dennis Crawford was.
then added 19 more points In carried off the field late In

the fourth period. r fl1 the third quarter with. a bro
Running back Benny Boyklns ken leg.
fumbled at the goal line and Bradford showed an extremely -
wide receiver Alfred Watkins balanced attack, gaining 141
fell on the loose ball In the r yards rushing and 140 yards
endzone for Union's first score passing Malachi!\ Henry was r
with less than five ,minutes the key In the Big Red Machine -
gone In the first period. Green gaining 131 yards rushing .
set the play up with a 23 yard on 21 carries and scoring the
pass to Watkins to the:Chief- Tornadoes first three touch-
land 10 yard line. downs. .
The second TD came with "Those sprints coach makesus .5
3:51: left in the first period run so much, paid off" k '
when Green, chased deep by laughed Henry. "I had heard t'
Chiefland defenders, got off a what a bad runner CBuchholz's
bomb complete to wide receiver Dale) Atchison was, and Iwanted ,
Billy Ray Smith at the Chief- to show the people over hereI
land five.Smith scored untouched. could run too."
Green threw the ball 45 When Buchholz turned Its
yards In the air while running attention to Henry, quarterbackEddie
backwards. lIe also added the Number 84 Sheldon Hodge ,Jumps In The Air To Find Hazen went to the air '
first two extt9 points. and found Donald Loper openIn .
One Of Quarterback Mike Gaskins vft
Early In the second period, the end zone for one touch-
Green hit running back Abraham down and later made a 7 yard r. r. I
I Perry coming out of the toss to Wayne Testone for the ,
'backfield with a short five yard final score. F' ft, ', '
toss for Lake Butler's third Baby Tornadoes Buchholz proved pushover, 1 \ .., ,,

TD, a swing pass with Perry as the Bobcats took the opening
coming out of'-the backfield. kickoff and marched 72 yardsIn
.Green's pass to Watkins for Take 13 plays for their only score.
two-point conversion was high, Ocala 12-6 On the game's first play from

out of the end zone. scrimmage, Bradford was ...A.
Chlefiand made Its most de- caught grabbing the face mask
terminedj/effaBt In, the t third '- and the.-Bobcatt had. aJTirst';
In Final
period when the Indians scored SecondsBradford down on their own 48-yard line, x
their lone touchdown after- a Eight plays later. Gilbert Wat-
68 yard drive, aided by a 15- son shook off one would be tack-
yard roughing the kicker penalty"> High's junior var- moved back to the same place ler and sprinted 16 yards around
against Lake Butler.. if t f sity grldders won their first with a first down. right end for a Bobcat first
In the fourth period Lake 12-6 Reddish the ball down on the Tornado nine yard r I
of the got again
game season over "
Malachi Selected
Henry, By The Gainesville Sun As Yard Cain* For Red Was Also Voted
The "Big Henry
Butler couldn't staY' out visiting Ocala)-'orrest In game from Mike Gaskins, the BHS
Chiefland's >end zone with the dead locked until the last five quarterback, but was stoppedfor line.On third down from the five. The Back, Of The Week From This Area Makes A Five By The BHS Coaching Staff As The Receiver Of The Wook.

Indians showing less'and ,less seconds when running back no gain. On the next play quarterback Alan Collins faked '
fight. Union's Curtis Sirmones James Aldridge made an out- Reddish got the ball again and the handoff to Atchinson kept ford set up shop on Its own 24-: the 25. Then on third down, tlnued to eat up yardage as on
scored,,on a 26 yard run cap standing run over the goal for made a five yard gain on an the ball himself. The Bobcat, yard line. On first down, Ha Hazen found Terry Hayes open the following play Brad Carter
ping a 60-yard drive, Aergelo the Baby Reds. option.On signal caller was met 'at the zen completed a pass to Gray, up the middle for a 17 yord; gained 12 yards off tackle. I Four
Williams on a four yard dive BITS made its first scoreon third down the ball wentto two-yard line by two Tornadoes Flynn and lost eight yards on gain and a first down on the plays later, Henry wentofftack Henry
capping a 64-yard drive and 01a \ the first drive of the game James Aldrtdge who fum- but he simply lowered his head the play, giving some Bradford Tornado 42-yard line. le again and wiggled his way 16
two yard dive following after Ocala kicked off. Th. bled while trying to run up and bulled his way In for the fans memories of last week's Malachi Henry hauled in a yards, shaking off tacklers, for
disputed fumble of.a 'liger punt Tornadoes made three first the middle, giving Ocala the score. The point after attemptwas upset. Hazen pass op\ the next play fora the score. Is Top
which a Chiefland man appa- downs while moving the ball ball on Bradford's 18 yard line. good by Trell Brown and Malachi Henry gained back first down, moving the Robert Hooker blocked Gary
rently touched and Lake Butler from their own 42 yard line Buchholz led 70. the' lost yardage on second down, ball down tu the Bobcat 42 :Melvln's extra point attempt,
recovered on the Chiefland to OF's 12. Then Tommy Red- (See Page 18)) Following the kickoff, Brad- as he bulled his way back to yard line. The Tornadoes con- but a penality gave Melvin a Area

ttneo.v dish, leading rusher for BUS, second chance which he cashedin
Chiefland was never In the ran the ball 12 yards for a on to tie the game 7-7
ball game, although the Indiansdid touchdown on an end run. with 2:32: remaining in the first Back
scratch out 11 first downs, Reddish then attempted the Keystone Branford 0-0 quarter.No .
Just two less than Lake But- extra point but the kick 'was T. ; sooner had Buchholz recovered -
ler. But the riger rolled up to the right, leaving the score / Bradford's second
304 yards tot J offi se to 136 6-0 BITS fumble in the second quarter, Bradford High grldder Ma-
yards for the I/idiar Green Reddish kicked off for BHS did 'lady luck' swing in favorof lachi Henry was named offen-
completed five of elev passes, and the ball was returned 25 In Hard Contest the Tornadoes. On second sive football player of the week
completing his first tear' tosses yards to the 45 yard line of Hitting down from the Bradford 35- by the Gainesville! Sun.
two of them for touchdowns. BHS where Ocala had a first yard line, LeVon Brown fumb- Henry, 5-10 and 175 pounds,
Running back Benny Boyklns and ten. In four plays For- led a Bobcat pitch-out. The is a senior at Bradford High
led the Tiegers on the ground rest was unable to move and When time ran out on the Suwannee River Conference, the results of high spirits feated with 1-1-0 records.- loose ball was grabbed up bv a and carried the ball 22 times
10 carries, a them Scoreboard clock last on for 116 yards including three
with 68 yards In the Bradford defense held Friday hard hitting and penalties seem-
618 average. Angelo Williams for only a one yard gain night the score was 12-12 ed to have dominated the game est both hit team's bv the part penalties however seemedto ,hard- KEYSTONE FACES BRONSONThe ; (See Page ,18)) touchdowns that led his Tor- -
gained 65 yards In 15 carries, BUS got the ball on Its own between the Indians. of Keystone between the defending confer- be Keystone, particularlywhen undefeated, once-tied, nado teammates to a 34-7 victory -
a 4,33 average. 19 with a first down when Bruce Heights and the Buccaneers of ence champions, Branford, and Keystone Heights Indians face over the Buchholz Bob-
Quarterback Dale Green car- Barnes ran the ball for five Branford.In last year's runner-up, Key- they lost star defensive Bronson Friday night In a Su- cats last )h riday night at florid -
linebacker Todd Brannon in the
ried nine times and was thrown yards but BUS was penalizedfor an early season "must" stone. wannee River Conference gameat a Field In Gainesville
for losses twice by the Indian off sides and the ball was game for both teams of the The penalties were perhaps) second half-thrown out of the the Eagles' home field. lie scored on runs of three,
game for fighting. Keystone will be out to get four and 16 yards, the lattera
Jack Sheffield, scoring his Its offense rolling again after sweep around right end whenhe
third and fourth touchdowns of scoring only twice. in last had to shake off Bobcatsto
the seasons, led the offensive week's game against Branford the end zone. Henry also
punch for the Indians-scoring The Indians had bolted over St. snagged four passes for 29
all 12 points for the visitors. Joe 37-0 the week before. yards.
Sheffield scored on a one-yard Bronson will be seeking its Henry, who was stopped for
.. plunge after Bill Ratliff had second win of the season since no gain only once, also faked
d' .: l':' : ','. .. scampered 20 yards to set up losing Its opener against Bran- extremely well, paving the
: ; ;;; ;,.tIF':; : way
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"i :. :: the In the second
: .," > ; score period, ford, 34-8, the same team Key- for a pair of Tornado touch-
and a 70 yard kickoff return
'- stone tied last week 12-12. down passes, according to
:'; :t" ; In the fourth quarter. The Indians came out of last Gainesville Sun Sports Writer
Coach Roy Bayless singledout week's game in pretty good Terry Smith.
'. the Indians defensive secondary physical condition. Only hard-
.. as playing an on-the- nosed Ricky Davis suffered a
.: ... .' toes game. Bobbin Henderson few bruises, on his hips. Coach
Intercepted two passes and Rat- Roy Bayless expects Davis to Flag; Football
: : '. liff Intercepted one. be ready for Friday night's
The tie left both teams unde-
'" .; game. .
Now Beillg
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.ft.. ,r, Punt, Pass Kick Offered Girls

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!" Contest SaturdayRegistration Is providing girls with

'.. ; .. the opportunity to play Flag
At the time 84 boys Football.
.. .. for the Punt,
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:; However, we
Pass and Kick Competition are registered. Each Tuesday and Thursday
sponsored by Terwillegar Mo- do expect more," says Rec- afternoons at 6 pan. have been
tors will close Friday, Sep- reation Director Gene Ray- set aside for girls ages 13 and
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"-',:-:-:--- ,' tember 29, with the actual contest burn. over, to test their skills at
r.'I' ; \ slated for Saturday, Sep- The eight year old group presently ut. 1 Flu Football.
:!; ;;,.";:: : \" tember 30, at 10 ajn. at Westside is the smallest in registration At the present time only 13'
: with only three signedup. Moll CatchesThe
'. Athletic Field located behind Henry
11j -
,. I have been
'' girls
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.,." $ -ri the middle school. The largest age group reg- Ball For Substantial -
,p"" :" : In this program but those 13
: :. : :: .. .. .... There is no entry tee or istered is the 10 year olds Gain Getting Open are having a ball. So the
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Last 108 boys
-- .. -: ;;_ : : *'; ; ; ;-j .. ; : : --- --=. .. charge of any kind for the com- with participated 15. in the year contest. In The Field. Accord- rest of you girls come on out
; ,"/ ' ...' petition. ing To Coach David Hur- and Join In the fun
'. '.".''. .' '
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.. :(".".." .; ". ."' '\) 'I.:7"L' \ !. First, second, and third place This Is the 12th Anniversaryfor
., fi .'". ", .'J, -,.<""" ..,;...: t..., '" ,; "" ,:':j'.. ,.., .' ,:'i" ,'.;.,. ..' .. .. trophies will be awarded In the PP&K. From It's Inception so The Buchhols Defence
the contest In each of the six the youth activity; for Was Keying On Henry But + tOur
age groups.Increasing boy's boys has been sponsored by He Still Got 131 Yard nearby lupernirket
chances of winning one of the the Ford Dealers of Americaand Rushing On 22 Carries. promises plenty of parking
Tornado Donald Loper Cots Open In The Zone And Quart.r. Loper Also> Caught Another Long Pass Later 18 trophies Is the fact that the National Football Henry Alto Caught Four space and .. speeches by political
Quarterback Eddie Haion In The Background Throws A In The Game Putting The Tornadoes In Scoring Position. each boy will compete against League. In that time more than Pastes For 29 Yards For candidates.
Touchdown Pass Making The Score 27-7 In The Third boys Ms own age. 8,000,000 boys have taken part The Tornadoes. .
nationally In PP&K.

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we'll be going with the same by the coaches the best defensive Important It Is," said Hurse.. will be badly missed on defense -
Bradford High grtddera will "It's about even-Steven as at Bradford High felt wm a front line also provides him people that we went with last back. Steve Register was "Our passing game has look- at linebacker and on >f.<
face a tough St. Augustine team far as we can tell" says Head breakdown of mental attitude. good pass protection with Friday night against Buchholz selected M the* best defensive ed real good this week and all tense at guard.missed on Lennon will
this Friday night In their first Tornado David Hurse.' "It Lake Friday St. Augustine beat the 'Tornado scouts, accordlna'to except I'll be working with Eary lineman and Wayne, iambus got the coaches are well pleased also be teams." Hurse commented. the specialty -

home game after cruising by should" be a heck'uva ball Vanguard 20-14" soSAhas beat- Best receiver that Swymer; Chandler more this week at the the best offensive lineman with the execution, said Hurse. -
Buchholz 34-7 In Gainesville game. en a tettm which has beaten the throwing will be Ronald Bailey linebacker spot," said Sexton. award. "Two people that deserve recognition -
last week. Week before last the Tornadoes Tornadoes. SA's opener this who weighs 150 Greg Reddish and Brad Car- Eddie llama got the best back are Steve Registerwho Both of the players have bad-
Game time Is 8 p.m.on Brad fell 21-14 to Ocala Vanguard season was a 14-14 tie with pounds ter will be back at the two end title and Malachi Henry got the played a fine defensiveand ly sprung ankles and might be
ford Field. due to what the coaches Daytona Seabreeze. Best SA blocker Is left tack- positions and Chuck Norton will best receiver of the week award offensive game, and Wayne ready to play In three weeks.

However, Vanguard is coached le Jim Catchell, 175 pounds. be at the nose position. "f feel for the second week In a row. Lambus at guard on offense and
by Ronald Crawford and lie is powerful!, big, and a we still haven't performed to the ''If he gets It next week he will line backer on defense. '
Badcock Kitchen'sWin Mickey Agner, two former Tor- very good lineman, according best of our abilities as far as be able to keep the plaque "I thought our coaching staff FOR FREE RIDE

I nado players who learned foot- the scouts defense Is concerned, commented that Is given out to the player. did an excellent job on prepar- POLLS OCT. 3
ball under Hurse, and Vanguardwas The Yellow Jackets will be Sexton. Wayne Lambus got the best ing the boys for the ball game" TO

Grid OpenersBadcock fired up for the Tornadoes. playing a 5-3 defense which "W e just gotta get ready for hit of the night honor. said Hurse. Call 964-7202
Last season St. Augustine and BHS has been working on this SA because last year they tiedus "We Improved a lot and our "Two players were Injured
.. BHS fought to a 0-0 deadlock in week. 0-0 and they have already execution Is up to what It Is Friday night; Dennis Crawfordand (Pd. Pol. Adv.)
Furniture and Kit- >A which makes Defensive "We had good practive Mon beat Ocala Vanguard this supposed to be while coming off Levy Lennon. Crawford
by the of 4614. Kitchens
chen's Tile won their season's score Line Coach Mike Sexton think day, and time year," said Sexton the line as a team and being
took a commanding lead at the .
In the Men's his Tornadoes are "after looking their aggressive like I was expecting III
openers Flag Foot- end of the first half 277. Willie Vernon Barber got more tack-
ball League sponsored by the Griggs hit Gene Melvin with- them." defense. spent.e get les Friday night against Buch- the first game," said Offensive TIIK,:
Starke Recreation Department. two touchdown Steve Some comments from the BHS the bovs holz, making four and assistingin Line Coach Butch Redding -
Badcock had no trouble In Thomas and passes McGee scouting report on SA is they seem "to ; 10. talking about the) way his
trouncing Draw-Tlte In the first each Randall have a good option team, are dence, Wayne Tetstone was elected line played last Friday night.
game rolling over the outclassed Gem once.Jewelry touchdownon quick off the ball, get to you Wayne Lambus did a good Job MIDDLE SCHOOL PROBLEM
losers 50-0. Badcock five got when they are blocking, and they at the line backer position and "We failed once or twice to
took a 20-0 lead by halfttme. a yard )pass from Harry throw play action passes. Steve Register really helped Small pick up the split linebacker
Hatcher Calvin
John Watson ran for the first The second to half saw Kitchen'sgo Varnes. SA's quarterback Ronnie Swy- defensively defense and both were start- Fry but we gave good pass protec- CAN BE SOLVED !
touchdown then well on the optionand ers on the first don "
passed eight mer runs except for those times,
the endzone three
yards to Fred Wheeler and three times while Gem Jewelry could more Is a good passer. The time, said Sexton. Grid Play said Redding.
"In the game Friday night
yards to Harold Bishop for "Register did the best Job so
only to match their
the The other second two. half saw Bad- first half manage scoring. Larry Mer- Set Monday far line.that I think he has It,given was Ids on best the .II|IM I TKMI'Lh: \1111\ L 1)0) t nil\TK\kK\ : IS \: EnsSAR : -

cock 30 cer ran 30 yards for a TD \' TO KNSt: 'RK ,\ STROI'ROGR(! UI FOR
put points on the board offensively. Wayne Lambus ?
as Watson passed for four one and )passed while the to Gene final Melvin Kitchens for Tigers Romp The 1972 Small Fry Flag also had the best game of his 1.OIIRCHILI) .TiltIIIIJU: ) : SCHOOL I.KVKI.: :
touchdowns and Greg Nichols Football League will begin sea- life and he had to man handle
scored one after an Intercepted Jimmy score came Alvarez on pass.a Griggs A Mark to (From Pago 17)) son play Monday, October 2, his opponent that was much
pass. On the.receiving end with a double header scheduled bigger than he," said Redding.
Mllner to Dwight Elder WALLS IF NECESSARYElect
pass at West aIde Park Athletic
of the TD passes were Mike accounted for Gem's score. from scrimmage, losing 12 on an unexpected keeper "Randy Gasklns looked real ,

Norman (.2), Greg Nichols and Schedule: Wednesday, Oct..4, yards on the play but recover- straight up the middle. Then Field. good going down the Field and
The Small Is
Ronnie Thomas. Draw Tile vs Gem Jewelry ing the ball himself. On second the Tiger signal caller threw Fry programs he made several key blocks that
The second game of the night 7:30 p.m.; Kitchen Tile vs Bad- down he sent Boykins, the five ;yards to Perry for the TD. composed of boys ages 7,8. sprung backs for extra.yard-
and 9 divided Into four teams
saw Kitchen's Tile take on Gem small and Green's for two age," commented Redding.
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I gain before he was stopped by Chlefland couldn't get any "Donald 4-oper caught two
All will be played at
David Flaudens, but he had a deep penetration Into Lake games good passes and If he keeps It
West side Park with double ,, .
he'll start at the tight end (Pit P Adv.)
first down at the Chlefland 33. up
(From Butler territory the rest of the
Page 17)) headers scheduled for each "
position. to Red-
Chiefland Carl Williams according
first half. And the Indian defense Monday and Wednesday after-

Tornado, but the ball popped out full advantage of It. tossed Watkins lor a yard lossas stopped Lake Butler at' noon at 3:45 and 5 P.m. ding.
he tired left
off his hands and Into the arms After Eddie Hazen was sacked second Clown Boykins tackle.lost On the 15 yard line on another' Monday openers pit Andrews "I'm very impressed with thesecondary's
of Randy Gasklns who raced 40 for an 11 yard loss on first the Tiger drive Drugs against First Federal at DON7
ball and Chiefland's defense performance, BELIEVEMISINFORMATION
yards down field before finallybeing down he went to the air In a recovered.But Chien and made It only deter- 3:45 and at 5:00 defending chamo said Coach Steve Bushore talk- '
bumped out of bounds on third and 17 situation Donald mined drive of the game In the Kentucky Fried Chicken will go Ing about the way the defensive
minutes of the third
Loper grabbed the pass over Chiefland gave It right opening airalnst and Andrews vs Community secondary performed in the
line. It took 15 and
the Buchholz 20-yard period. plays
the outstretched hands of Bob- Bank at 5 p.m.
Brad Carter took the call on back on the first play from two 15 yard penalties agalnsf game against Buchholz. I'm
cat defenders and raced 66 when Adam Thomas Team Roster are as follows:
the scrimmage especially Impressed with the
the first two plays, moving Lake Butler but Chlefland finally
Malachl yards before being dragged returned the ball, again via Andrews Drugs: Cooksey Allen way Wayne Tetstone and Mala- BEING SPREAD ABOUT
the 12. dented the end
ball down to Tiger zone.
down from behind on the Buch- fumble. Lake Butler gained John Bryan Brian Baldwin, chi Henry performed.
Henry then packed up the first holz five Running back David Flanders, Wayne Chambers, Scot Craft,
yard line. a yard on the exchange. From Ronnie Hall in his first
down at the five yard line and Four plays later Hazen went Chtelland's 33, Green found 165-pound sophmore, powered Bobby Epps, Donald Cissy time starting on the varsitydid FRANK WILLIAMS
two plays later scored his second the Indian drive and quarterback
to the air again and found Wayne Watkins on the right sideline Kevin Hamm, Jim Locke, Ira a fine Job. Hewn., a little -
three Riffle I 15
TD the Danny completed
of night on a a
Testone all alone In the end Prevatt, Brrry Thomas, Brian
zone even as the Tiger quarter back nervous at first but he became -
yard In plunge the with half.1:55 The remainIng extra- for the final TD of the game. was chased deep by the L than yard The pass Tigers to Walter stopped Scott.Chiefland Thomas, Jeff Taylor, Daryl 'more confident as the "lam Shocked To Learn That My Opponent Ha* StoopedTo

Melvln's boot was good and defenders. The pass covered Thornton. game progressed, commented Of Fact And Irresponsible
point attempt was good by Melvin one time, but were called for Petty GossipDistortion
the Tornadoes led 34-7 with Kentucky Fried Chicken: Hilton
23 and the Tigersa
and the Tornadoes took a yards gave roughing the punter, giving Bushore. Mudslinging In Our Campaign For The District 25 Democratic -
4:46 Coleman, Scott Ellman, Andy -
only remaining'In the game first down at the Chiefland No Interceptions were made '
14-7 lead into the dressing room Chiefland a first down at its
at game. 10. Grlffis! Ricky Crlffls Bill but there was always someone Nominotion..My: Opponent Gtiilty! Of Deliberately

Malachi halftime.Henry took the second Buchholz did not threaten Boykins was called on and got 47.situation Then on from athlrd-and-twelve the Tiger 39 Goodge, Paul Hicks, Bruce there to knock down the ball, Misrepresenting My Stand On Open Housina, My

half kickoff on his own until the final seconds as quar- five yards over left tackle. Chlefland got another firstdown Johns, Jerry Lock, Matt Lundy, said Bushore. Business Interests, My Years Of Experience In Public
terback Allan Collins broke From the Jive Boykins again got Adam Lundy, Jeff Moore, "Tim Crews has been Injured "
line and returned It to
10-yard lose from Tornado defenders at the Tiger 24 when the William Parrish Jeff ..ifeMy' Educational .Background An ,Ofter .Issues. .
Tornado then the call and was hit at the goal Rusie. most of the season and Ms JOfiw I MW \
the 31. Henry car- and raced 24 yards down to the referees said Lake Butler .,#GregoryThornton Marvin healnQ ..... i..
ried the ball eight straight where he fumbled balL piling on In'tlfe' tackle 1.FIaaeve.caryled '! :\i* w e ,:. ,il'ar'.w" + *, (I LOSFRANK'WILLIAMS "" "" 'v'" "
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Bradford 40 with Brown
seven The rolled Into the end- and
pigskins Wa recovering working real
It down' to the
times moving / intfro .. '
remaining. A pass Interference 41 tzone' and WatMns fell obit to Community State Bank: Scott hard," said Bushore.
Bobcat line where Itwunrst ,
16-yard 'outtfor the k
yards score
and ten. Six plays later call moved the ball even deeper score lucky Tiger touchdown. 5:05 left In the thirdperlod t 'Allen Cary Bramble, Terry "It-wllJ( ke a pretty; evfti ball
the Tornadoes made It 20-7 into Tornado country before Green kicked the first of three run BrambSector Mullls, Eddie game, and their quarterback
Riffle's for the point after
Henry scored from four the clock finally ran out on the extra points and the Tigers led McGee Kary Padgett, Pete Richardson Ronnie Swyer Is of the same The
as failed and Lake Butler led 20- For Facts On
yards out. The extra point Bobcats. 7-0 with the game less than five fi. Ronald Stewart, Donald caliber that the QB was In Ocala -
attempt sailed wide of Its mark. .* r':w> minutes old. Stewart, Bret Smith. ," said Head Coach David
Following the kickoff, Buch- STATISTICSiBHS" i Chien and made one first down The Tigers got another drive First Federal: John Bennett Hurse. FRANK WILLIAMSVote
on a nine yard run by David the Kenny Clark, Mark Dixon, Doug "Monday had
holz took over on its own 25- going as third quarter end- we a very good For And EI.ct
yard line and moved the ball H' feuchholz Flanders and a 15 yard pilingon ed when Watkins picked off a Douglas, Blaine Dyal Ricky practice and got a lot done on r
out to the Bobcat 45 in three First Downs KT II penalty against the Tigers. Chiefland pass and returned 15 Edmondson, Chuck Johnson, offense and defense. The boys FRANK WILLIAMSYour
plays, before losing their second Yds Rushing 141 120 But quarterback Danny Riffle yards to the Chiefland I 40., Todd Jackson, Kenny McNeal, also have a tremendous atti-
fumble of the night. Yds Passing 140 54 was forced to punt and the TIgers Kenny Massey, Dana Porter, tude and they realize the this Full Tim. RepresentativeDist
Wayne Testone made the recovery PC-PA-PI 1M6-1 7-21-0 allowed the ball to roll STATISTICS Larry Saucer, Junior Schoen- will be the first game that we 25
for the Tornadoes and Fumb'l lost 2 dead at the Tiger 42. Ing, Steve Sherwood, Donnie will play In the Florida Star (Pd Pol. Adv.
returned it back to the Buch- Yds. Pen'l 602 32-1/2 Green Immediately took to the Score by Quarters Wlikerson. Conference and also know hnw
holz 38-yard line On second Punts 1-34 3-30 air, hitting Watkins for3yards :

down from the 39, Hazen con- and a flrstdown at the Indian LB14 6 0 19 39 II
nected with Billy Bigham on a 35. Then aI5-yardholdlngpen- Ch. 0060-6 'I'
12 yard pass. Another 15 yards alty drove the Tigers back to
was tacked onto the pal as the BHS JV. Chiefland 48. Green came out LB CH BLUE GRASS MUSIC
Bobcat defender was called for again to throw and was chased First Downs 13 11Yde
unnecessary roughness, movingthe deep. At the last minute, from Rushing 175 108Yd
ball down to the Buchholz 13 at least 20 yards back of his Passing 152 30
yard line.Hazen own line, Green finally got his Over 50 Performers
(From Page 17)) Passes Com 5-11-0 3-10-1 l '
while running back-
went to the air againon pass away Penalties 65 10 '
first down and found Donald wards. The ball traveled at "illll
Punts 2-29 4-38 In Person At
Loper In the en1 zorii for the When BHS got the ball after least 45 yards In the air, with Fum'b Lost I I 0 Tys
core. The ext '<> poll attemptwas the kick off It moved the ball Billy Ray Smith catching it inside r ;;

good and Bridfoi'.l: : held a from Its own 40 yard line to the ten and running unmolested Touchdowns: BLUE GRASS
commanding 27-7 lead with 1:45: the one yard line of OF. for Lake Butler's second Lake Butler-1))Watkins, rec'd Grand 0!. Opry Stirs
touchdown. Green added the
remaining In the third quarter.
tumble In EZ. EP-Green kick
Buchholz took the following With less than five seconds point' ifter and Lake Butler led ;
2)) Smith, 52-yd. from
kickoff and moved the ball from remaining' In the game James 14-0 with almost four minutes Green, EP-Green kick.piss 3)) Perry SPECIAL COUNTRY MUSIC PARK

Its own 28-yard line down to ,Aldridge took the ball up the left In the first period. 5-yd. pass from Green,EP-
the Bradford 33.before running middle, ran some lineman and Curds Slrmones returned a pass failed 4)) Williams 26-

out of steam LeVon Brown hit the pile, back I off and ran Chiefland punt 30 yards to the yd. run. EP-Greenkick.55Wi1- STAKKI OM 301 IN UWTET FLA.
picked up 25 yards on four car around the end for the touch- Indian 40 as the first quarter liams. 4 yd. run; EP- failed. 7 Ml. N. Of
ries before the-Bobcats turned down. The extra point attemptwas ended. On first down Green 6) Williams 2 yd. run. EP-
the ball over on downs. no good and the score at hit Abraham Perry by rolling Green pass failed. Friday Ocfeb. .' -6:00 P. M. Till Midnight

Three plays later Buchholz the end was 12-6 BHS., right and throwing 29 yards ,, "
regained possession of the ball down the right sideline Itgave Chlefland-J) Flanders, 15 yd. 'b ; 'r.I
as John Montgomery kickoff STATISTICSBHS Lake Butler a first down at run. EP- pass failed. ,,' Later Flott And The Nashville Crass.Crand Ole Opry Show .

a Hazen pass the returned It Forrest the Indian 11 yard line. Slr- Plus The BluagrassTarhoals Also Bluegrass Band
back to the Tornado 39 yard First Dn 10 2 monei got less than two yards
Yds Rush' against the Chiefland defense The Tigers will be playing c"'..' U"r.
line.After 154 27 ,
three passes fell Incomplete Yds Pass 10 28 and then lost that back when their first away game In Cross Saturday, 0=t. 7Th

the Bobcats: again PC-PA-PI 8.2. 7.2.0 hit on a. pltchout on the next City starting at 8 p.m. The
turned the ball over on downs. Fumbles 3 2 play. Tiger's next three games"are
This time the Tornadoes took But Green got seven yards away 11 A. M. Midnight

Starring Bill Monroe And,Tha Bluegrass Boys, James w

Monroe, Clyd. Moody. Curly Seckler The Shenandoah -

VOTE Cutups, The Bluegrass Tarheels.* Mac Wiseman,

Ralph Stanley And Th. Clinch Mt. Boys, Plus Special

Guest Stars Jim and Jesse And The Virginia Bays. LESTER FLATT




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a Adm.t. FrlU: $,$.00 Adult-Sat.j $5.Adult-Sun.r$5 Adult-Children ((4 Thru 13 Years$1.00 Par Day)

Special 3 Days $U Adult At Cat.. .

!' Advance Tickets On Sal.'Through October 5-3- Day Pass, $10. Adul At Cannon Bottle Gas, Lawtay, Fla. Alto

At R.cord City Paxon Shopping Cantor Jacksonville Flo.

Shows H.ld Under ShalterRaln Or Shine, Bring Lawn Chair. This Is Family Entertainment. Intoxicating Beverages





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BY LINDA G. COX only\ week 4P r;,." '''M"' mID':. Iv' % a: ::? aKU.AS.at" .39< i1.4 ''CEREAL FOUR .so
( ,, f//]II/L/'/// / atR.f. I I 10'''' DIssn: : purE .39c 1-- ___-- BOWLS r2 99_:;_% i

BAPTIST CHUBCH. Tblf pI_. will (.tort.jrvr all_.... of fl... trofM- ;, ", .... + V ai: ii' urIY DISII .39c _KM""THIM"" .e f COUPON e cM"u IO_WlfMW nx 7
flan to attend the 45 mJn.1nIIa1e.J. lucent ..1... Tha pattora U Ine'lih Oaro. .a .. 1..1.. \'it 1
entitled "Coep'1-FoHI A Ioae ** MM floral. "> !.. ...../...... tAo .>roXL;. ,L {Y ar ucf., a u. ern 039c 1 ....'!1T1Pp! ?!.'.! 1
Styl.1* presented'-r the Brook .".. rtm tttmfm. J..t pat o en your ...ppl.'! 4,1 j.\:.U Fr ..3 J ocA. 5.U"f.tR: .;9c u oR +l t .I' Tlxf coupon nMKffilf.SO OCT rX'Ki N I
.r Baptist Church: : Choir Sunday 111 tor TAoooWrd "riMO-a-Wooli.* Pick re a Ir .- J/y ,t\' 1..t y Nov, r'"""'
fight", Oct L at 7M. ThU ono plMO with $'.N p.rc.....,two with.>..... ,-%;-,__i-: ... .: 3' : r L FOUR 1449.SALAD -
music to quit. different> than prnMoa. Me. Thou follow aor H.. .I.. No limit! !4r F\ 1' MM.:.. I i iL
regular choir music that one ..Ar DISHES *299 ..._
mar; be acctwtonMd to bear
ing. It beautifully present "' 430 WEST MADISON STREET STARKE 1 '
the Gospel with me aid< electrical drums organ SAVE y l 'i"1i" Quo INt r Riyhb
ptaoq tambourine, solo parts. h r:. l a REerved'
trio and duets You will hare *
to .hear WINN aa! sroRr
to believe It. Coaletbyo
the music and the fellowship. h aT ALL VEGETABLE
Everyone to Invited c r:. .,,1 c G
to stay for refreshments Immediately r ;. .. SHORTENINGCRISCO
after the musical. y "r a.?
y + ,
Mrs. Sammy Mann, formerly
Phyllis( Jones was honored with < &
a bridal shower' ,Saturday: afternoon
Sept. 23, at the Brooker
Community; Center. Some 35 M g ,"' nnr." ; ; r limit 1 of choice with:7.SOer .
guests enjoyed' (tames. The l ,, more purchato xdudingtigaretfeR
prize was won byEmogeneBox.Both 1' '"k'A svi'y ':r L.IM1F 4.
the gin table and the
punch table were covered with
pink cloths overlaid with white. t r '
lace. Fink punch was poured r ;
from a crystal bowl. 'The bowl
was encircled with fern,accent,, k EEF
ed with pink feathered mums. % Arl1,* -r4l.w x pE r ; ; ,,' AA.
A bridal centerpiece was used st l '. R '
+ '
I ; SAVE 11s...ASTOR All VICITAtll IB.
to adorn the table. A beautiful Yk"'fO a :;
white. cake decorated with Shortening .3 .N48C CAN
pink roses was cut and served j tf if.<
by the hostesses: Vera I Kyle M I r!Y .,,,r} 1as
Earline KIrb Regius Ham 11' :. 11 'Ii P n .j'
mond. and tinny CalentUne. .il ;' .. 6 '. .
9" SAVE .
Mrs. Mann received many lovely !_ ,, .
blanket gifts given Including to her an electric by the 4 \ ;,,.. Dressing "v:. 48C Dressing -. 38C

hostesses. Sammy and Phyllis ,, M Tr} Limit 1 of your choico with $7.SO or moro purchase excluding cigarotto
are making their home In Lake .

Corn 5 2.S $1
BROOKER ELEMENTARY 31 .. 31 ru 88e
Brooker Elementary to happy I ,a.. SAVE 20c SLUE SAY. .
SAVE l/c
to welcome Miss Snow

of student the University teacher OnternX of Mary Fla. as She. W-D IlRl6'w BRAND USDA CHOICE :Sr a Tuna Fish 3 'CANS $1))00 Curls 3 -v $100 1 1DIXIE

will work with the 4th and 5th .1' DARUNU. CHEESE COMSTOCK CHERRY

of graders Miss Mra.,Snow Hurst under to through the from direction Dec Clear-8. FULL CUT $ 18 ;ti.:.'% Macaroni 5';"', X100 1 Pie Filling ": 39cROUND

water and currently a senior ARROW TRASH BETTY CROCKER HAMBURGER

at PTA the MEETING U. of F. Boneless Can Liners r 88C Helpers 2 "=. $1

The newly elected officers GIANT PUNCH SIGH

conducted President of the,"'me 72-73 Jeanne first school PTA: Thomas meeting term-: STEAK LB. Detergent 'PKa: 66C Towels . "S 29e

Secy., Mary Jane Green;treas., DOLE PINE 20.0"! DOWNY FABRIC

Betty business Hayes. was The to first accept orderof thoresignation SAVE 30c W D BRAND PUREGround Apple I Juice 3 .601.CANS" *1 100 Softener .orm 6.0' $139
of Don McDavid as ll. (' '
Vice President, due to health Beef 3 'ICG, $199 GOLDEN CROWN CARNATION. ,,,

elected reasons.Vice Beno President Sparks was which then SAVE. He HALF. OR WHOLE Lemon Juice 320'SIZE. 49C Skim Milk I 8 '130'CANS. $1

makes him over-all Halloweencarnivalalso. chairman.of Fresh'lPQ. Hams 68c .ARROW fACIAI'Roasting /. !i"'VEI" .OtEP SOUTH PEANUT
the up-coming. $ . l.
,".- '.*."*. | > 1 200 CT 1 1RAiFTei .
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The>executlve'caauDttte'Sn': USDA GRAM 'A FRESH 'ANCY'. -JH( .IB AVERAGE. I? .."f Tissue 4 PKGS. 88 Butter ": TUMBLER 49 ..
"; ** a / '1 > .
IIOIIr.\?rl I flat there will be no 'Chickens. > 'j CRACKING. GOOD .
regularly scheduled monthly ...
PTA meetings, except for tho 20c Ih. W D BRAND. USDA CHOICE BEEF BONELESSRump Saltines Il. 24C 4 S $1 1 00
mouths of Doe.,March: and May. CANS
At these meeting specfaf. programs Roast II $139 ...sso.reo' VAN. CAMP BEENtlDixie
will be
Sat.Halloween Oct. 28.carnival proyId were discussed.d.plans for SAVE 3Oc Ih. W D BRAND. USDA CHOICE BEEF TOP BONELESS Pies I 3 ss 100 Weenees l 4 CANS'"" $1 1

There will be a carnival committee Round Steak II $139 SAVE lOc WILKINSON BONDED MAC" LIQUID/

day night chairman, Oct. 10 meeting!Tues S"'VE.31cllt." W D BRAND. USDA CHOICE BEEF BOTTOM BONELESS Blades 68C Detergent 3 ". : $1 -
The PTA voted to give away
the following prizes at the Car- Round Roast $128 SAVE" I3t FAST RELIEF TABLETS ISCT DAYTIME OR IttT OVEHNITE
nival: Portable Mack and white 60cr'
TV, a gas grill a large mixer SAVE. llclb WD BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF i"'ND".K" Bufferin 88 Pampers !.- 79C
a bike a football and a dolL
Tickets will be on sale at the ,Ground ,Round 16 $128 DIKIEDARIINGfAMIIY. "All VEGETA6l..
stores In Brooker. at the school 20..,
and sold by the students starting W D BRAND. PORK SHOULDER (SLICED, 9c) Bread 4' LOAVES. 88C Wesson Oil 10rnE.110' 99C

Prayer Friday.list Sept.: Amanda 29. Lewis. Smoked Picnics II 59C SAVE. tJe DIXIE DARLINGOnion KIAFT. BARBECUE.

Fred McDavid. Mary Creed Rolls 2.:G5 69C
Sauce sorTlE
Ernest Edwards ''Tiny Hodge . .
Morris DyaJ Mrs Harry Manning Delicious ll.
Polly Clark. BAG
FRESH Pineapple I 5''I.:. / $100 1 Dressing 3 alai: 88C
My neighbors .
Tokay Grapes l. 39C S..VE.Oc V"'NC"'M'PO.K&" ..Ufl"'VORS"

lrlii'I 1 SAVE I7c MORTON COCONUT CHOC LEMON, NEOPOLITAN, BANANACream Beans 7 CANS 16". $1 1 Jello . 30''KG 1 10C

I_ f..al Pies 3$1; MOUNTAIN GROWN S..VE20c. POLV..G'.OlfNnENcH..V

I I NM''' Y SAVE 3Bc SUPERBRAND. Pole I Beans l. 2 9 C Potatoes 5 lAG l. 69C


LAND. a Potatoes 1 10 l. 99C Steaks oK 99C
4 .i iw _,. SUNSHINE tG. .
Butter 1 LS 68e
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apply bosMDnir where tr*>. I+Tv f/Jf/ T.a Til. Brit. ,,,, ,; Potato Chips Bath Tissue Ground Ba.f ;
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Our editorial. e ',j: .' ... .. ".. '. -'.-.:-- --... .to' .. ,II( ;. '"
'ij .. ,,11 i LETTERS
_, .. '.. I 01 ( .

"Point of view :- : ,- :: e. '." '"' 4 Mr. Matthews: .

[ J .. Dear Editor

'! ( I the voters of' Brad.
"The order of the day"soma hope
ford County will-consider their
.. ... .. very efluation.thBut
'r'f". .' '.. .. healthy children education before they
and not to vote for
.. when politics are characterizedby vote a
... ... fabulous untruths It Is a change Just for the sake of
signal for men who hold the change.
." ,. ." .':, e.. .
... 6 truth In great esteem to
-- .. out for "The truth can make Bradford County has more
you free. Therefore 1 ask going for Its people than many
.M 6 you to print this letter as a counties with a lot more wealth.I .
.. rebuttal to some of the unbe- speak as an outsider being a
< :: .tJN M lievable things Ihave heard with resident of Bradford county for
: '
regards to Mr. Temple, a candidate only four years. As an outsiderI
5 : ( for the office of school can see programs that are
superintendent.It valuable to our children and
adults. Long time residents of
Is acknowledged by most Bradford County may take these
people) that our educational '
for granted. 'JII8Je1!
Love Bug Duo system has deteriorated rather
don't just happen
Sf ... Increased quality. There programs
/ than It takes planning and foresight
.' has already been some serious to develop this kind of school
racial troubles In our schools
To name a few:
And TouristsLovebugs .. this year. The cost of educa- system. .
Lovebugs tion has continued to go up. It -Free kindergarden for all : ::!
1 II"Genera
Is true that there children. 1
tion Gap." Adult leaders have Vocational School.
have ceased to be a' windshield, at the same time running not been able to properly relateto There are only twenty-two In '"
Joking: matter. the risk of ruining the paint our young people. All this the state. ::
job the ? calls for the best leadershipthat Vocational
on family car -Twenty-seven ;:t
our community can,!assign.
For several years we have passedoff Courses. s

the May and September invasionsof According. to newspaper reports I have known Mr. Temple -Courses for Adults, day and r":

the pesky little insects as a nuisance Florida-bound tourists have been 1 e since County.he We came have to not Bradford always night.-Modern facilities and bulld1'(,:

and "Just one of those things"that warned by people in neighboring states lr seen things alike but I have ings.Reduced ("

everybody talks about, but nobody not to come here since "the bugs are been privileged to work with cost of lunches'In :J

does anything about. so thick on the highways that youcan't him, observe and evaluate his elementary schools. This at
ability to lead and superintend. time of rising food cost. ry I
see to drive. The invasion -New gym and special education ,"Ii
But Judging from the size of this has even hit Disney World which takes Jim has proven to me and facilities for the Middle

year's invasion it looks like a sur- pride In keeping its grounds spotlessly most of the fine citizens that of the the .School. ,
... Brooker community -Plans. for new bus barn.. {.
vival-of-the-fittest struggle is shapingup clean. But even Disney World's : .. .4 thing that motivate his ambitions 'Workshops to help teachers
between man and lovebugs with army of caretakers cannot cope with Is his love for people in Improve their teaching tech-
prospects that the lovebugs are goingto the lovebugs and they were messingup .wa general and the desire to work nlques. b

take over completely-- at least two things mightily there last week. ;x ass. Nobody Loves A Lorebug! ::::::::::t ::::$;::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: His and motive serve with to seek and the for them.office -Work Study program.. r"
months out of -Adult Basic Education :
every year. of superintendent was sown seed Classes

Up till now it seemed that no one long before his present supporters -County Audio Visual Mater-

Up to now it seems that no one was doing anything, about the bugs ". -- -- --- --------- knew that this wouldbe ials Center.
would take
had done anything about ridding our except make poor jokes about their 'I this the step time forward.that he The time and -Reduced class loads.

state of the pests with the result mating habits (flying] in pairs), and -;_ County Agent News sacrifices that Jim has spent In -No-Schedule double sessions.for replacing

that they have spread from a few' even the Legislature goofed by fail I I preparing himself la sufficient school buses. I"
counties in this section of Florida evidence that he has a keen Interest -
ing to appropriate funds at the last By Bobby L. Taylor -Junior College courses are -).
In .
until they are now found in almost all session for research of the problem.But available In the county at the

67 counties, as well as parts of other we are now reassured that at M If you want to know something Middle School.
Southeastern LEAVING CREDIT CARDSIN At this writing, plans are having a little DDT around could of die patience and leadership I have worked for four Superintendents -
states. least one entomologist. Dr. 1ouipKuitert A CAR CAN BE AN "Go" for two very Important be better than having love-bugs ability of Jim come to Brooker of Schools In 21 t
and two students at the University -. EXPENSIVE MISTAKEIf "Firsts." mosquitoes and wormy poor see and talk to the people of years of teaching. There Is

Of course there are entomologistswho ; of Florida are engaged In an like some Floridlans,; A quality high cost food this community and see the only one of these whose every i
you broiler committee of the .
say the lovebugs have been with effort find leave credit! "slow but sure"progress madeas action and decision is based
to a way to destroy, or cards In the glove North Florida Poultry Producers .s .
a pastor of a local church. on the,welfare of the children :
us all the time and that the steady at least slow down the lovebug men- compartment of your car, Is meeting to make plans Jim was commended many and the people of the County.

increase In their numbers in recent ace. So far, nothing really conclusive you'realking More than 200 for trouble.million for establishing communication As summer comes to close, times In the Gainesville Sun, That man Is Mr. Tom Casey. 1

years is due to the planting of more has been discovered but experimentsare dit cards are now In cre-use broiler between our producers Our and Cat-the I'd like to mention that this through editorials and letters to ,Millard C. Brown ;
improved and also processors. has been an abnormal the editor for his leadership as
pastures ba- year
througout the nation
being made with mixing honey and hun
tlemen will have had the opportunity
for the production of most of a principal in AJaclma County
hla grass along our state highwaysand ,.',with poison to spray along the hlgh- dreds"Yearly are stolen losses dally.from the misuse to attend the first our crops and for our lawns during the times of racial Jim ,[does A not only have the !

interstates. When this grass 1 Is;jyvays' on the theory that the honey of stolen cards Is estimated -- Annual Cow-Calf for Clinic designed and ornamentals. trouble In the schools there. training ,but he has 'a genuine <

cut, and the clippings left on the 'will attract the bugs and the poison at between $30 and 940 ducers.especially our pro- Summertime In the Wintertime In .closing let me say this: talent or relating to /young,,
ground to decay, it forms an Ideal will kill them. million dollars", reports the and unpredictable rain the office of Superintendent of people.) The resoect ''of. the I fyongppeeple

greeding ground for the ,bugs,*we are .' .. FederalqJ3unaulOt Invastfgatloru V' <;There) hoe'been some mIsD t D tallmnand crqated .Ppplgy ,, > Hof.the Bl.'DOker.oIJ
told. : ;:; '", One trick J lq for Jfrtwes"'/ ',,WHlerstandlngUbout our poul- h .proBbo | ,,, olou l"cloletii C .lof.11n1';, t''t .tIon4I4no
,. ... -....- .errs 4)i looI\.uitert.I says; the .bugs4havebeen to eldal'b:and from glove compartments try committee. This committee t* feather*. Inse | I jerl'on't'lr") 7 the : w-Iif"! 4' ", 6'T' ";J ,, I
fron I
observed in the Gulf Coast: states of carft.>BparkedLirapartment -., .,.W< ,appointed, by the officers 'been extremely "all yearLooklfllke power and responsibility of presenting Iahopashat'thls-letter) "'
There are alsosomeecologistswho'say 'for 'more" than 50 ;,):ear ", but t'It 'was'only '' house garages. .fend directors of ourPoultry our pecan crop will a concrete Image of the my heart will help you to discard -

the bugs serve a useful purposeIn six years ago that they beganto How can you protect your Association and has be extremely light; after early moral spiritual, and dedicated the unconfirmed rumors .f
nature's scheme of things since be such 1969 cards? Treat them as U they large, medium! and small sized prospects for good crop. Pecan concept of man's obligation to circulated I, by unscrupulous ."
a problem. By mass icab, case-bearers and \
were cash
operations We county
money. represented. his
realize country and fellowman.
they feed on decaying vegetable mat- flights were reported over approximately Never leave cards In your that most of our producers pecan weevils have already taken Therefore I can truly say without -. -H.H.! MottBrooker J
ter and thus assist In the a heavy toll. .1" ,
recycling one-fourth of the state and car or In a hotel or motel could have contributed to any reservations at all,that Fla. :
process so important to the balance 'this fall-- the worst ever-- mass room. Never lend them to our plans, but a small group .
Keep accurate're .. n ... -V- .. :
of nature. have been in anyone. an working as a committee can / .
flights reported more cord of all of 16t -
your cards. get a more accomplishedin t9
: than three-fourths of Florida and also When you purchase something a short period of time.
Others maintain that lovebugs are in South Georgia.Dr. check the charge slip carefully n f
harmless, since they; do no da-: .age to make sure it Is accu- The committee has met and 3I
to growing crops, and do not bite rate and that the total shows formulated It's proposals. a
human Kultert says the bugs began plainly. That way charges can'tbe These will be discussed witha
sting beings.
or Increasing when many, ranchers start- added later. Also, save your representative of the broiler -

ed clearingland and.planting improved receipts and check your monthly processors. The.results of t I119K! I\ : t.. ;
But even these "good points" about pastures. The most productive breed- statement against them.Mistakes all these meetings will be taken t
lovebugs can hardly! offset the misery) ing grounds for the can happen. to a meeting of the Poul-
motorists lovebugs are in If you do lose a card or try Association as soon as
they bring to while smash-
areas where cattle If one is stolen, notify the
are grown since company possible. STUDY
ing against their car windshields so the eggs are laid in cow ) immediately by telegramor ,4N
that visibility; is almost zero in some compost piles manure phone. Then follow the notification sea t t !
grass clippings
cases and clogging up radiators so decaying leaves. by returning the notification rf
that cars often become overheated card provided you by I am continuing to get calls
the company or with a registered and suggestions on controlling
and the air conditioning systems arc letter. our love-bug problem. These

knocked out. Also, within the last ten to fifteen Whatever you do, always treat suggestions range from spraying t AS'IRONAUTi t
years the State Road Departmenthas your credit cards as signed our entire county to burn- j

And this year the invasion has been doing more grass cutting blank checks. Ing all woods at least annually. -

worsened so that the bugs are now along the shoulders of the highways SHOPPING COURTESYAre I agree'that these pests are

swarming Into town, where they seem especially I the Interstates which have you a "supermarket ha- becoming more of a problem)
to be attracted by plate glass store wide grass borders and grassy med- zard" Many consumers are! each year and I hate to admit t. t

windows and doors making an unsightly ians. Cutting this grass adds more Farmer, processor and mer- that we don't have a solutionat
favorable chants spend thousands of dol- this time. Some research :
mess along our business nesting grounds for the love- '
lard In research finding waysto Is going on, however and I'm
streets. They are also Infiltrating bugs. get fresh produce to the sure that a control program '

homes for the first time with people consumer In peak quality con- will be found In time.It I : '. t
dition, yet many homemakers
who for several
are away days, returning -
Although hampered by inadequate pinch press, or handle roughly could ,be that some of
to find bugs throughout the :
fresh fruits and
funds. Dr. Kultert and his those who recommended that
house. Other Inconveniences are also helpers Due to this mishandling, about DDT and other pesticides be
noted. One local woman slapped at will continue their experiements and 10 percent of certain perishable banned might just realize that How Years Before Your Child ,
offer at least Many
some comfort to the produce must be discarded. -
a bug hit her glasses and crackeda
pestered public In Guess who has to absorbthe ,
knowing that
lens-- Just to mention instance. some- Is For ,
one one is working on the problem.By Other loss! YOU the consumer. Ready College? ,
thoughtless practicesalso Union Hires
Until a means of controlling the contribute dollars to your PLAN AHEAD BUILD L'P: THAT COLLEGE '

bugs Is found the condition: will doubtless '''the time our motels and other taken shopping from cost the each shelves year. Items and HospitalAdministt.ator t EDUCATION FUND; NOW WITH REGULAR: DEPOSITS t ;:

get worse and worse as each tourist-centered businesses start thoughtlessly placed at any convenient I INTO A SAVINGS ACCOUNT AT" !
new generation Is hatched in the spring missing those tourist dollars in the location along the shopping .
and fall. This Is bound to hurt the spring and fall route when the consumer i
perhaps enough pressure : LAKE BUTLER Trustees
tourist business In May and September will be brought on the Le is- chasing changes the her Item mind is real about head-pur of Union General Hospital have t FIRST FEDERAL

for who would want to see the lature to make our lawmakers give ache to merchants. Employeesmust hired Gilbert Slatton as administrator t i

sights of Florida or at least try the problem the serious attention that be paid to collect such of the institution.

to see them-- through a bug-smeared i it deserves. strewn merchandise and returnIt rl,.
to Its proper location. Carl't. Brown, chairman of OUR GENEROUS EARNINGS WILL HELP IT GROW
And those s ho PDkg carts) the trustees, said that Slatton is .t
Consumers often forget that SO, that he comes from the t r

these conveniences cost about Tampa area and that for tre .
$40!) each. When they are car- past 12 years Slatton has been Passbook 6 Month I Year t.
2 Year
The Bradford Count ried to the parking areas by administrator of Wuesthoff Certificates C.rtifieat.
thoughtless shoppers and left Certificate
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED ,. '. ._"'" any number of things may happen Memorial l Hospital near Cocoa. t S/Ogs 5.25% 5.75% '6%

to the carts. They may be 'Broun said: "I feel t
I very Per Aenue P. Anmmm .
I.79 l ,.. damaged stolen or they deteriorate -. Plr An.uw Per A....
.' M due to exposure. Under -' good that we have been able to Qu.rIr Eanl.aa quart.rl Earnlnes Qusrt.rly. E.rntn... Qu.ne.t", Zenl..... Z
the best conditions get a man of Station's ability A 12.10 MI.. 12.000 Mln S'-DOO IIln .,
...... employee must be paid to retrieve any He comes: to us very highly rec ..v..t..t' Investment Investment. 10.000,.__sea "
.: Strength and beauty are and return the carts. ommended.
FLOR I A"--P RES S hi..aactuary.P..lmsA ( Cart misuse adds to the shop ,

I.:.). pers' cost of merchandise. .....
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'7 \ I" ) Other things also cause an r': ,. .... .. *,30 ..... ''I'" 1
Let us cultivate the habit of
/ ". ) Increase In merchandising cost t Cl.t.FIRST, .4 ..".4... .
'' I looking for beauty. Nothing such: as broken merchandise, t 'I
brings u. In closer touch with opened packages, damaged or fIItf FEDERAL
The Telegraph received ,
soiled items Then then one '
the of Is
omnipresence Cod than
EL. MATTHEWS, Editer.Psbil.k.r always outright theft! letter this week which we could LUll! Savings and Loan
PiiblUhad sock Thunday.04.nt.r.d.s S.c.nJ seeing the beauty He has not use because It was signed Association i of Starke J
created everywhere. We do >V consumers were with the Initials, J.R. In t ,.
Class. Matter at the Pest Office at Stark. Florida' more only .L rlw." ,
... ""d., Act af March 3rd. '1879." many things to develop ear careful and courteous they order to publish a letter, we TIUIIHOMI "4-SDoo' t ..
Ssbserio/I.a .. could receive more for the must have the full name of the Th. //OIK Of Satin,, Jt5 W. MADISON IT.
> i in trad* ..1 I year, $4.00; Ovrtlda .mind and our body, but to ::
money they spend and also the ... ,
rada .., I they writer although name will ALSO SOOM KIY TON. NIIGHTS
7.00 cultivate
'.. $ the habit ef seeing would make a real friend of' be withheld from publication 1-
beauty develops the ..out.n the merchant upon request. ,

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AUXILIARY FORMEDThe ney's mother, Mrs. Mary M.. -- _,_ Bradford County; Telegraph.t .
wives of Hampton Volunteer outfield over the weekend.The
Fire Dept.Members met Lake Geneva home of Mr.
September 22 to establish tIIelrawdllary..Theyelectedotncers and Mrs. Joel Smith was the
setting for a birthday party;
and designated the ftrstMondl.Yof for Mrs. Clarice Adkins last
each month for meetings. Sunday. The room and her cake ,
Next meeting will be October were decorated In her favorite Ur M
2, 8 p.m. in the Hampton Fire colors of red and white. /
Station. ?
Guests present were her husband t
THIS 'N THAT Gerald. Mr. and Mrs.E. I Y
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall visited M. Prevatt. Sr. and sons.
Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Cope- Gary and Walter, Miss Stella
land In Valdosta, Go. on Sept. Hazen, Mr. and Mrs. Mansel
19. They arrived just In time Ayer and daughters Mr. and
for breakfast and the women Mrs. E. M Prevatt, Jr.. all CUBB Aids Low Income )
of Starke, Miss Peggy Edwardsof
enjoyed a shopping spree.
Families To Get
Brooker, Mr. and Mrs. Housing
Joel Smith and children Beverly
Mr. and Mrs. Max F. Toneyand
and Joey of Jacksonville, is being provided by the Florida
children have returned to Pictured above (from left)
their home In Bostlc, N. C. .'and Mr. and Mrs. Calvin of O- are Mrs. Katie Stokes and her Cooperative Extension Service,
and daughter Toye University of Florida. Counseling
after visiting with Mrs. To- granddaughter; her mother
cala. Mrs. Broughton; 'Mrs Louise sessions are conductedat
Newman, Outreach Worker for the Bradford Neighborhood A A A po
CUBB Economic Agency, Con., Service Center In Starke every
and Miss Frankie Jackson in other Tuesday night with the
front of Mrs.Stokes' new home next scheduled session to be
under construction in Brad- held on October 10.
You SchoolsACCREDITED now o Ds
Keep ford County; by Crown Build- Mrs. Annett Hughes is CUBS pro-
ers. ject director for the
Agency and Is coordinating the
sessions with NSC personnel l,
The house Is being constructed and extension service work-
In conjunction the housing
ers. Alvin Rhodes Is housing
program operated by CUBB, coordinator; Miss Frankle
working with the Farmers Home Jackson and Robert Wright are
Administration and the North housing specialists; and Mrs.
Florida Housing Development McBride Is acting director'of'
Elect Corporation to develop methodsof CUBB.
aiding low-Income familiesto
attain better housing throughthe -
FMHA loan program.

JIM TEMPLE 1XJSUPERINTENDENT Local contractors are Involved '
wherever possible, and I
some$300,000 has been brought r- I
Into the CUBB area through tf
this program which Includes
counseling to assist families
prior to moving into new homes,
OF SCHOOLS as well as assistance in ascertaining T
qualification for 1
home loans.Counseling. H
for families that
.(Pd. Pol. Adv.) will occupy these new homes _



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Pressure Politics

e. Tax Relief No New Taxes



NO NEW TAXESQuality I 57!/ % Of The Bradford County Voters

.1'' Education. \Uho\ Cast Their Ballot, In The Sheriff's

COUNTRY SIDE. *I I Pressure Politics in Bradford County.

Crime Control. .



A Tri-County Economic Growth t a


Lair Reform I"I" "

REPEAL CANE POLE TAX elect ,.,;;; :': .;: ;\ 4.


0 Love Bug Eradication .



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:Revival Now In Progress At Hope Church

investment in Your Future
: a Revival Mnricei started Sunday Ing for about a ;year and a tended by Rev. Packham and
at,Hope Baptist Church half," the pastor said. the congregation to the public
\> ? Thuresia, and will continue, A cordial Invitation Is ex .to attend these meetings.
il 11 ij) a: each night at 7:30 through Fri.
I V R 1 .I' day Sept. 29. 4.
,,w, l'-I [LI .tlI: .. ftl1 "': IWlI ," I.. A special children' service

.,. L 0 .. ;" "{j.Y, Jf "Tor when yew trenvri h, tfinVwU I yes hIM to ah*" 7 Is o'clock being, held with the each gospel night being at- DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Horns.

presented In "object lessons .
." No Invitation Is being '
Meeting Sunday School 10 a.m.; Mom- .. JSTABKE CHURCH, HiGHWAY 16 N. % 5\rCHURCI1 Merle Packham, said the chil-
SundayBrotherhood 7:30 Sunday Ing Service U a.m., Bible Study Sunday, School 9:45;Morning Sunday School I, 9:45 a.m. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning dren are not being pressuredInto PHONE 9616200KEYSTONE ,
and Breakfast MTUI; Worship. 11; Junior and Senior at 11 a.m. Sunday This
Morning 6:30 pjtu; Evening Service 7:30: Morning Worship U. Training Worship "Joining the church. -
School, 9:45 a.m.; MYF groups 6 p.m. Union 6:30 p.m. Evening Service night Service at 6:30.: special service 1s for boys and
Worship. at U o'clock,Together Sermon: p.m.Wednesday Prayer and Wednesday Youth Choir Rehearsal 7:30. Midweek Prayer Wednesday night prayer girls, ages 7-12. HEIGHTSPHONE
We are Labourers 7 p.m. Prayer. Meeting Service 7:30 7:30. Is Junior
Bible Study 7:30 p.m. meeting at The revival evangelist -
Together With 6:15 God' ;Evening Church Melvin Hamel, Pastor 7:30: ;Chancel Choir Rehearsal -Rev. L. Tommy Howe, pas Cecil E. Crawford, Sr. Pas- Hill of Hartsell AlL He .f7J.: 176
Training, P.m.; : r
tor. tor. Is 'a graduate of Samford University -
Worship at 7:30: ; Installation Rev. George L. Harper and the New Orleans 1.:
and Dedication Service for new
Pastor James Brock-Dr..Julius BATPIST/ CHURCH FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH OF CHRIST Theological Seminary.
Avery of Jacksonville will ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL Sunday Service Sunday School Bible', School, 10 ajn. Wor- before served entering 11 years full as time a pastor evangelism NEW RIVER SEMINARY'
congregation. Sunday Sept. 17-- Sunday CHURCH, STARKE Worship,
9:45: a.m. ship ervlces, 11 a.m. and In 1967. Since then he
MondayYouth Choir Practice School, 9:45 Morning Worship, Service,7:15
; 10:45 ajn. Evening : 6 p.m Midweek Service Wednesday has In almost 300
Deacons Meeting, 7 p.m. at 11; Church Training, 6:15: ; Holy Eucharist-- 8:30: a.m. p.m. Youth Group Meeting,Sun- 7 p.m. Ladles Bible revival preached In ten states. EXTENSIONTerm
TuesdayWMU General WMU Prayer Circle, 7:15: Sundays, and 11 a.m. on 1st and meetings
; day 6:30: p.m. Class,.Thursday 11 a.m.Church In February of this he
Meeting, 10:45 a.rru; Covered Evening Worship 7:30.: 3rd Sundays. .J.C.::: Brown, minister located one block west on SR
conducted special evangelistic
Dish Luncheon 12 Noon; Music Monday Youth Choir, 7 p. Morning Prayer-- 11 a.m., 16.
Maker ChoIr Young Musicians 2nd, 4th and 5th Sundays. services In Bombay, IndiL"Rev. October 2nd
; CHURCH OF CHRISTAT -J.P.H. BeI1.I1J.o1.tel'INEmr.r Begins '.
m.Tuesday Hill is in such great
Choir, 3:30 p.m.; G.A., Bible. Study, 10 a. Church School -- 9:45: a.m. MELROSE
demand that the church has
> EYC 6 Sun-
Sundays. p.m.
4:15.Wednesday: Schedule of Services: GllATlONAI; had him engaged for this meet- 'I REGISTRATION,
Family Night Wednesday Family Night
Sunday Bible Study 10 a.m.
Supper, 6 p.m.j; Prayer MeetIng Supper, 6:30; Prayer Meet- M. Flynn, Rector. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Even- 7:00 P.M. OCTOBER'.7Madison ,
R.A. Meeting, 6:30;Teachers Ing, 7:30dul.; ,.,Choir Prac- ing Worship 7 P.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Grace : ,
Ser- BalitistlIonlceonling
U Youth
Ing Worship a.m.
and Officers Meeting, 7:15: ; tice, 8:30.: GRACE BAPTIST tHURCHHIGHWAY : All other evenlng-8 p.m. ,
vice Evening
Church Choir Practice, 8 p.m. --Dclltol" Summit, pajtorCHURCH S-1QOA. JI P.m. Church
Grlffls Street
7:30 Rev. LL. Baptist
Brock J p.m.
T. ,
--James pastor.jrtNE."LEVEL
Sunday School 10 a.m. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH pastor.KINGSLEY .
OF GOD ing Worship II; Training Union Sunday School 10 a.m..MornIng Sunday,. Oct. 1
+ BAPTIST'' LAWTEY, FLA. 71: Evening Worship, 8. Wed- Worship 11. Training Union, LAKE 'BAPTIST Courses Offered: .
r\ \
Sunday School 10 Morning Schedule of services Sunday Prayer' Meeting, 7:30. MI
a.m. : nesday 6:30.: Evening Worship, 7:30. School 9:30 Training
Worship 11 a.m. rev lier- School, 10 a.m. Morning Wor- Rev. Leon T. Odom, Jr.,pas Pastor Union Sunday 10:15 a.m. Morning; Worship Revival services art In progress OLD TESTAMENT: HISTORY, .:
: :
verces Booster Band Young ship at 11. Evangelistic Service tor. Rev. Jim Black, 11 Evening Worship at Grace Baptist Church ,...
People, and Prayer Service); 6 p.m. YPE and Prayer 7:30 pan.a.m.Prayer Meeting 7:30: through October 1, with evan- F.. $15.00Instructor Q r; .. ,
6 p.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m. Meeting each Wednesday 7:30 Turkett bringingthe 01 .
gelist '
HAMPTON CHRISTIAN Wednesday.Rev. S.C. R.v. D.ntonSYmroll ., f:;j ,
Midweek Service, Wednesday p.m. -- Rev. Daisy KIght, pas- DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH Pastor messages.
7:30 p.m. Rev. John Strickland, tor. CHURCH MornIng BROOKER Interim Pastor Homecoming Day will be held : : ..,(,,:. .
Sunday School 10 a.m. ,
Pastor. Worship 11 a.m. Evening Sunday School 10 a.m. Wor- \ Sunday, Oct. 1, with dinner LIFE OK CHRIST -'
ship Services 11 a.m. and 7p.m. starting at 1 p.m. There will
NORTHSIDE BAPTISTCHURCH NEW RIVER MornIng Worship 7.-James Shawpastor. Training Union 6 p.m. AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH be singing In the afternoon, F.. $11.00Instructor ,
School 10
Sunday a.m. -Kev. Lacy Conway, pastor Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- starting at 2 o'clock. Guest
Worship 11 a.m. Training LAURA BAPTIST Ing Worship U am.}; Evening will Include The Rev. Lawrence Carroll
Intersection of Highways 16 Union 7 p.m. Evening Worship Sunday School 9:45: a.m.Mor- Worship, 7 pm.rednesday
(North) and 225. Rev. Wayne 8 p.m. Wednesday Night service ning Worship 11 a.m. Evening FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD Prayer Meeting and Bible Study, Spirituals, wtJi soloist Desram South
Wells, pastor. 7:30 p.m. Everyone wel Worship 7:30 p.m. Midweek Ralford Road & Weldon St. 7Young Peoples MeetIng Bholan from Guyana Odom, Fees Include All Texts And Materialt.Fully l Accredited
Sunday School, 9:45; Morning come. ble Study, Wednesday 7:30: p. Sunday School, 10 MornIng every''Monday, 7 p.m. America invites Rev.the Leon public to attend And Approved By Southern Baptista'Convenlion.BothLayman :
Service at U. Evening Service, Evening pastor,
pastor '
Jim Countryman m.Be Worship H. Sunday G.F; Prevatt, pastor. Everyone .
Service, 7:30 And Pastor May Participate.EveryPayLowPricc
7:30. Wednesday U church Sunday. 7 p.m. Thursday night, 7:30: welcome.
p.m. BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Letter! Austin pastor. -Charles Thomas, pastor

Sunday School )0 a.m. MornIng -
Evening ---- w
Worship 7:30"p.m. Prayer GRACE BAPTIST'CHURCH
SUnday CHURCH School 9:45 a.m. Meeting. J.C.7:30 p.m.Saunders Wednesday.Rev. pastor. 1404 E. Bessent Road Sunday School,,STARKE 10 a.m. Morning
Home EveningMonday.
Morning Worship 11 a.m. Family Worship at 11. Training EveryDayLowPrice
Evening Worship 7:30: p.m. Union 6:30: p.m. Evening Worship -
Prayer Meet- Primary- Tuesday, 4:30 p.m. Prayer '
Thursday night 7:30. Wednesday .
WednesdayRelief Society FLORIDA GRADE Pcmt>
7:30Rev.. LeonT. 'yREGUILAR
David Hodges, PastorST. behind Tas- 7:30.: 7:30 Odom, Jr., pastor.
301 North, ThursdayM.I.A. p.m. FRESHFRYERS Pride OR ELECTRIC PERK
tee Freez Drive In, Sunday SundayPriesthood, 8:30: a.m. t I
MARY'S CATHOLIC School, 10 a.m. Worship Ser- Sunday School, 10:30: a.m. Eve- HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH
CHURCH MACCLENNY vice 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer ning Meeting 6 p.m.Sacrement (Highway 100 at _.Theressa) ,..SUPERMARKETS
Sunday Mass, 12 noon. Holy Service 7:30 p.m.. Wednes Jesse D, Branson, Branch Sunday School -,i0_qh.m! COFFEE33c ,, STARKE'S
Day Miss, 5:30 p.m. day.Leroy President.ST. Morning Worship 11 a.m "' 32OS.WALNUT ST.
Olive, pastor E.L.
training Union 6:30: p.m.
Crlffls, associate,pastor. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC Evening Worship 7:15: P.m. j(
HiT ,': .. ... .
STARKE Wednesday Night Prayer Ser C :I". .'10.
CHURCH; LB .* ; ..., ,..
59 1I I" "
Father James Cregan pastor vices 7:30: p.m. Rev Merle 'WHOLE ::, .:;,:",:,. ,'::. ,,,.... I II
Saturday Mass 7 p.m.Sunday Packham. pastor. ; BAG
Mass, 10 a.m., HolY DaY..M.al!', PEA BAG..q < R ( <
J ,:.. ), '",7p.m.-;'6 ;': .1 l : '' '.>" '''fi. BAYLESS School HlC1tWAY'BA.P'1''Wa.rrf.' ';' T'.'.II/i" \ --ly, no laiuviJoa:.. nail auaol: ,ud II' I .'f'lj'If/'fOol; C1
UNSPORTSMANLIKE Confessions Saturday 6 Sunday ; Warship "
,.. Service 11 a.m. Church
p.m. '
School of Relglon: Training 6,30.p.m; Evening CUT / IrrrB1DAr
Grade School Sunday 11 Worship 7:30.WednesdayPrayer: 1 R'IB CENTER CUT I CRI PCELLOWRAPPED.

a.m. to 12 noon. 7:30 Meeting SIRLOIN IDWIIICl! i *:: w:. i Wi@STERN
,IT \\ High School -- Sunday, 7 : p.m.Rev.


: Rev. Jim Temple pastor.Sun-

Sunday School 10 n.m. Mll-n. day School 10 a.m.Ron Bristol, '
1 LB 14 c
I ing Worship at 11. Training Superintendent. Training Union $129
ELECT A MAN WHO 6:45 Lowell Douglas, Di GIlD
PLAYS BY THE RULES AND BELIEVES Union. 6:30: ; Evening Service. rector. Worship Services 11 a. aEt 1 ; PKG
s{; dl; WednesdayPrayer and m., 7:30. Midweek Prayer Ser-

Bible Study. 7:39: p.m.Rv. vice 7:30. Lavern Outlaw, music ,

-- Bob Cooper, pastor, director.


Sli'KRI\TKMt\T| I ) : Sunday School 9:45): a.m.; Cor. Ash & Chestnut, Sunday }
Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth School 9:30: ; Morning Worship, *
Service 6 p.m. Evening Wor- 11; League 4 p.m. Night Ser- 68*
(Pd. Pol. Adv.) ship 7 p.m.Tuesday vice, 6 p.m.Rev.. Jasper Williams lb.
Meeting 7:30 ,
Prayer : pastor.
'.-".; p.m.Rev. '.LUBBY'S rnrrNr i I; PILLSBURY
W.B. Chauncey, pastor "LONG !BRIDGE BAPTIST _I urnhrrr' DRIVE
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633 W. Pratt St. Sunday Ser- Worship 7:30 p.m. Wednesday CREAM STYLE 17ot CAN 16oi CANER DETERGENT
vices: Sunday School, 10 a.m. Everyone welcome. /a.5oiCN i ; POTATOES
Preaching 11 a.m.Training Union Rev. Robert Ralston pastor OM WHOLE
5:45: p.m. Evening Worship KERNEL 17o .::: I rrrfrur84oz

H 7 p.m. Everyone welcome. Road i tewrrrfri
-Wlbur Dyess, Pastor Morgan MIX ORMATCH 5/l 99c 3/$1

CHURCH: OF GOD HomecomingSim I ONLY... I

[Saturday, September 3O, 7:3Oj 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. > Oct. ]
Sunday<\ School 10 a.m. MornIng EvcrvDavLowPrkeAPPLE : ..EvcryDaytowPrtce
Worship 11 a.m. Sunday Morgan Road Baptist Church
Evening 7 p.m.outh Night, will observe Homecoming Dayon RIDSWEET -. CHOCOLATE i iNESTLE'S
Featuring. Wednesday<\ 7:30 p.m. Prayer Sunday, Oct. 1 I. with dinner -11"1I
Meeting Friday, 7:30 p.m. served at 12:45 p.m. JUICE
--Rev. M.E. Fussell, pastor. Everyone Is Invited to comean QUIK
THE EVANGELS enjoy the day with membersof 330..'
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN the church. / 1 e
Sunday School, 9:45 .m. A short song service will r 0 29c
Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth be held during the afternoon, y
Fellowship 6 p.m. Choir Prac- ,and a history of the church will
tic, Wednesday 8 p.m. be given COMPARE !;.'.i : REGULAR ORC1JO
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political"Th$ more speeches yoij, the listen more to WISH .I'D SAID

you realize why America in THAT I 1DOP .l.lI
called the Land of Promise."
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(,N. Dak.) Herald.
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I didn't vote can spend the rest WELDING AND AUTO REPAIRS :
of the year kicking about the
DRIVE.I candidates the other fellow I TIJNE-IJP
elected."-Lola W. Matson, wJw i
I Show Begins At Sundown The Kiester (Minn.) Courier. ::8 CYL. 12.50* 6 (YL. - 9.50*

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!II S'ak Warren Winkler Of Wlnkl.,'. Electric On North Temple Avenue Accepts A September Bradford OR TEACH YOUR CHILDREN ?
= ..Plus.QII Improvement Award From Th. Chamber's John Sanders, Right, And John My.,.,
tANSAS! Winkler Has Completely R.mod.l.d His Appliance Store, Making The Floor Into On. L.v.l,
1 e Paneling Th. Walls, Enlarging His Display Area, Building A Storage Addition, And PavingA Certainly Not. You Demand Professional
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ADM 1.2S; I mMETROCOLOR G MOM { Bradford County Judge

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... First Tim. Advertised By Own., Two Miles From Stork N-sHow IN ALASKA'S' 22 YEARS OP DOG SHOWS

Florida. 2 Acres Land Clear. In Crass, Nice Shad., IS
Pecan Trees, GropesOther Fruit. All Kinds Shrubbery. How To Be Your Talking' To Dogs Helps IS AN ATTORNEY;
HatTwo Bedrooms, Living Room, Dining RoomKlt. Mailman On Route
'I'" Combined Double Sink. Utility Room, .utomatlc Washer. Dog's Best FriendHow "I've never met a dog I couldn't IS EXPERIENCED IN TRIAL PROCEDURE AND RULES OF COURT;
Til. Floor In Hall, Dining Room.Klt. Bath.Front Porch, can a dog owner deserve talk to," declared a mailman
Work Shop. Furnlture.Every Thing With House Except to-be his dog's best friend Simply: been when bitten asked by why a dog he had in his never 31 HAS THE LEGAL TRAINING, EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION;
Personal Things; On. Riding, On. Push Lawn Mower. by following the objectives listed years of delivering mail.
I : $n.50fJ WILL, FINANCE| quarters, advises the Gaines Dog The mailman's canine good-will
Research Center. included three basic m.o
formula ingredients -
I Horn Every Day Except Monday. There Ar* Signs For Dog lovers interested in help- reports the Gaines Dog KNOWS THE LAW
Sal On Property Olll Putnam Hampton, Florida 32044 ... ing to observe National Dog Research Center-a soft voice, a '
: CI ,.. ?'orV-SeptfrWbei'' ) Z' 3f*9 t30 generous heart epi i JI pocketful\ of CtiRRENJTLY: : SERVES. ':AS |ROSFXUTJ\G: (,, TTDUNlTI!: ( 1.;IIiE.. OUTY COURT.
...&! hould..focus their activities on doghlicuits4 r. vkWgadadakingr\ :>1 1h :
I I ., < >t'.. the six jbbjeciives.,of the, week,,?,, .,.quick hand (motions, spoke in a' ..-... -..
.rLiri4bbM.M.fiW.J-Mwi4+ To etiueatedog owners-11\---------
1Kr'.ygARNI / soothing voice and offered a biscuit ON OCTOBER
the basics of good dog care to every dog he met on his
To help every dog find a six-mile route.
z---LL. good home j The mailman retired recently, Forward JT/id"tl ie County Court
.. To increase participation leaving a saddened group of dogs .
t dog clubs, obedience trainingclasses along his route. r"
71v'wilr; or animal welfare organizations -
fib. OP Jt ElECT
To pay tribute to the dog's To encourage dog owners to ELliE S. SANDERS
role as a companion and protector be considerate of others and to
nr To achieve fair and effective observe laws regarding licensing
legislation for dogs and dog leashing and curbing. COUNTY JUDGE
l owners pd. Pol. Adv.)

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Keep] Your Schools This of ours
great country "
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ACCREDITED was built on UNITY. ;\ .

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Faith in your neighbor. Help from your friends. 0:t Z Mf.KIMS I X> t V\" .
'. Elect The Adkmi family has bean a good neighbor i'r\ ::,ss...*V...rr..,v:;:::4""""' T"' w."..'" ,', iff1** '" "I' "
and friend for a and a half. ;\ ''' ': ..
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Th.Adkint family legal heritage hit been a pillar of I t. 1 s."
strength,hope,and PROGRESS for this community 4: ''J .J"
Collectively,the Adkint' have been members of the .,......' ".' .
Florida Bar for 150 years. Many of you will remember ,.
J. C. Adkinj,Sr.,who died in 1953 after serving you as .
lawyer prosecutor.mayor and state representative His ,. !'.... 1 L T
son James C. Adkins,Jr. it now a Supreme Court justice "?'" .
OF SCHOOLS of this great itatel! a v f. -'

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: (Pd. Pel. A4I..) Another member of the Adkins family. A. Z. Adkins Sr, a ,
t compassionate man who died in 1953 served his fellow man for I' .

many Florida.years is lawyer Judge,mayor and senator for the citizens of ,,, rl I. 2.0'!.

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Thank You Tr P" (4-- ,

AND NOW. .we ask you carry; on this great legal heritage! r
We ask for your support. On October 3rd .. vote for a man'who R i
is more than qualified to be your judge. Choose a man who cares about '
.' The PeqsI0 Of Bradford s
your family,your problems, your community.Vote .
County Who Voted For Me. I
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A.Z."Andy"Adkins,J,. . a JUDGE not 8 politician. 4 .a. "
Although Was Hot Elected -

I Want:;To Thank The People


i Hope That Progress CoafSave* ,

In Bradford County. _

Zedra Hamilton JUDGE GROUP SIX 1 '

TOUR ; ;
DISTRICT 5 19641972pj.
( '.01. !Adv.) .

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NURSERY Special Events ScheduledFor Almost Time 'To. Dig Up Caladiums Bulbs For WinterOne .

Disney World Birthday of our summer flowering will have the best variety for 1C In fact", if you have a surplus Break Up
SPEcgALS bulbs Is now restfor dig your area. Strawberries plant- of blossoms you could sell
up and place at the ed at this time 01.year will a few to your local TloIst.Dont .
A spectacular First AnnIversary created by Walt Disney in a winter, says the Florida Nurserymen mature berries for Christmas. forgeC cautions Florida
Parade plus a fun- giant parade through the Magic :and Grower Associa What could be better than Nurserymen and IIII fAMILY AEFAIt'AT :
.,. -r h filled convention: rally for Win- Kingdom. Climax ef the tion. The caladtum has performed strawberry shortcake for sociation: ((FNGAX that sweet
.. ..\t.,;, nle-ttie-Pooh's presidential parade will come with the release admirably during the Christmas dinner. peas climb. Use either stringsor
fY ; campaign will highlight Walt of thousands of colorful summer: months but most rarieties This is the time of year to woven wire fencing. Be
/.7 Disney World's first special balloons from a toy train float. need to be dug and stored plant sweet peas for a wonderful prepared for winter color around -' IIIE] use
f fall weekend next Saturday and The tfamous Babes In Toy- for the! winter. After digging cut flower. One cf; your place as well ..
". ;'\4,1 t (Spetember 30 October land marching Toy Soldiers plus the bulbs, It is advisable to the reasons for failure In fragrance U you are in doubt
,... 15 marching bands and musical dust them with Chlordane and growing sweet peas is the lack what to plant, consult with your '
-;t.\ Saturday Is WJmle-the- groups representing every place. them in a cool, dry place. of seed innoculation. When you local Florida Nurserymen and ELECT JIM IEM'I.E'SUPER.NIIIIIINT
Pooh's big day with campaign land in the Magic Kingdom will The fall gardening season Is purchase seed from the garden Growers Association (FNGA)
posters for every youngster take part. in full swing and this month Is supply store or nursery ask member for good sound advice.
Reg. .59 Now attending, plus a parade and Cinderella and her golden the time to think about planting them if the seed has been in-
rally In front of Cinderella's Pumpkin coach Frontier wa- strawberries. Regardless noculated. Preparation of the
Sox Wood.45 Castle at 10:30 Saturday morn- &'01181 the Liberty Square Fife of where you live in the state bed Is very Important.. Incor- the .
>rum Corps and the high- strawberr.31; can be a very excellent porate large amounts of peat 'O/d.1t/J7zJYl;
Reg. 1.29 Now Ing.Young "o 1clal" delegatesand stepping Walt Disney World : ) crop. You may wantto or organic: matter into the area
their families, flying in Marching Band will be fea 'use an old barrel it you for planting. This helps to
Vibernum.69Ligusfrum from 71 cities across the U.S., tured. live in an area where you have maintain the moisture and hold My Promise:
will meet In the convention to Mickey Mouse will lead the a little room.. Consult the fertilizer. REMEMBER,
nlmlnate Pooh as the Children's parade followed by such Dis- with your local Florida Nurserymen says Florida Nurserymen and Z NO MEMBER; OF MY FAMILY WILL BE EMPLOYED -
Party candidate. Delegates will ney film favorites as the animal and Growers Association growers Association (FNGA), t BY THE BRADFORD COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD.Pd. .
parade down Main Street USA stars of Jungle Book, Snow (CFNGA)member to find out that sweet peas are a legume
2.49 Now along with the famous Disney .Vhlte and the Seven Dwarfs, Alice how to plant strawberries in a and to a certain extent supply
RcK. 1.98 characters and marching bands. In Wonderland with the barrel. If you have plenty of their own nitrogen. 1t would ( P .1. A4..)
Wuwlne-the-Pooh also will Mad Hatter, and the Three Little area you cm obtain proceduresand be advisable to use a 4-8-8 "A lot of fellow who spout
be featured in campaign parades PIgs. methods from your local as a fertilizer. Sweet peas so profusely about capital
ANNUALSVEGETABLE Saturday afternoon at The Magic Kingdom will be County; Agent. There are a take 60 to 90 days to bloom and labor never had any
12-30 and 5:30 p.m. open every day from 9 a.m. number of new varieties on the but the effort you exert in capital and never did any Vote Vote
On Sunday, WaltDisneyWorld to 7 p.m. Other Walt Disney market, but your nurserymen growing this plant is well worth! lulmr."
will observe the anniversary World features Include a nightly -
of Its October 1 opening day Electrical Pageant on the _.. ,
PLANTS with a parade of marching Seven Seas Lagoon, and a spectacular -
bands, floats and all tho won- evening Water Ski Showat
derful animated characters 7 p.m. .



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Flower & -; "
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of Elector STUB NO. 1 1 i "' ..'I' ,' "
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1 Healthy PlantsSib..O9 Frye, It. DEMOCRATIC PARTY
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GAME AND FRESH WATER FISH COMMISSION STUB NO. 2 .-.-.--=-- ;.' ..r.,..' 'I "" .
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(fFPR)'..."There ain't no means, simply, if you leave a : ,)"' !I., '
25 lb. 2.58 game left around here" said farmer's gate open, and he \j. .,. OFFICIAL PRIMARY BALLOT .: ;'< ";: ,;:r4..I..,':. '.
wizened old has four hours work herdinghis '. ,tt.4. "'
the man droppinghis 1 "''\-. ,; : : : .r. ..rr-.,tl: I.
loaded shotgun onto the cows back into a pasture, I,;' ," "TII41! .,. .. q .. r. ... >
back'seat of his car, "Why the next time you and your t, )';,, DEMOCRATIC PARTY.I.: .'i,' i'J 'rt''.., i '1. .
when I was a boy, we didn't buddies show up to hunt, that ,1.'.'", WI,.:.,.,. ., .'" c' .1"_., .. -
will have a chain rl' ''''''.' ,\ ,' ,!xy!: ",M
think anything at all about same gate "
Posted it, and OCTOBER 3. 1972 :/' \." !: .r ("J. )
dropping three or four doe on a and a sign on : :.'. 1 .
j ;& Jul .. 11 .I. ,.. .
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farmer with ,
a shotgun ,
OIL hunting trip. likely a BRADFORD COUNTY ," : .-4I U''i't. < ;<> : ,
A young man, easing his behind it." ",A'Yt: : ..utJl; ; ",,I.,, w'
empty gun into a soft leather "Or if you run a jeep across '
I..W..wtnLS(.1''",,r' I,*:'t'
YYIMO case, softly commented, "We a field of newly sprouted corn, u''' PRECINCT NO --.-_ ,, .. .
Mara IW: \kh.
.89 of the far- U. /
x Pt. don't think too highly of it destroying part

today.either." mers's crop, don't expect that To rote for a person whose name .is printed on the ballot/ mark a cross (X) in the square at the RIGHT of the rome, 'of f the' ''t '*' I .
Qt. 1.79JtYGOH The conversation bandied landowner to welcome hunters person for whom you desire to vote. : ""-"*"' '-i, "-., i.'* '. y:."*. ,,
back and forth, regarding the to his property the next time i.' ,(
I hunter's until he around." i k ...
young pun> ,Yranao..rwv. :' '' .I'"I frJU s s a
put a sudden stop to the levityby "PRACTICE HUNTING sill. :f)
reiterating his-'stand t< 4 ,"''I are 4l,"r ,
r concerning conservation. TAKE PRIDE IN TEACHING 'qt \ } ,
I1 IjiijBlV Recommended For can't shoot OTHERS is another "... House of r Representatiesi. k urn: '" .i
"You everythingthat 5her'ff, ., .ala..lil"I.. : :
'statement In the conservation'i h irk 'r, -ImrllasGlat;: K oblaiovlH to ,11 n'Rd : ... "I"It
i> Scale On Camellias' moves today, and still t expect to enjoy hour hunting club booklet. Teach a boy, or-1 yr .. .: I, : :; .. ., (or .one) 1'"J M.. : .; ,: '.
8 1e9Pt.3.49 tomorrow:' he said. "Thereare another hunter, the proper .;',. ._. I (Vote for one) ..,.. .1 ,".f "
oz. too many people to allow way to use his gun and there's' THOMAS A. CR'FORIJ\\ ) .,
indiscriminate shooting, and less chance you'll have to picka

still expect to get your load of birdshot out of your BILL LOCKIli\RT [)OLPII E. REIWISII. "
money's worth from a hunting leg the next time out. It isn't ""'" .. "*>-f-V"
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Slop Those llraaJIcaF11'ceJsNow license." that difficult to cross a fence fRANK \\HLU\MS

"When 1 bought my hunting without being a hazard to all Superintendent Of 41ft.'-::1 .C-.. "',.v, :'"",: ,C

license the other day, I was nearby parties. < ,." .. .:'! Public Instruction ......-.. "...."'--1"\ ...''.' ..../-.:jIY5I'
I Feed Anti Weed handed a little booklet titled "DISCOURAGE GAME I .... *') ? :' "('.
"The Marks of a Sportsman." VIOLATORS IN YOUR CLUB / ; (Vote for one)
One Operation
It's sort of a test, but each AND HUNTING PARTY, is

For Your a EaD"' person who takes the test has again your choice of a yes or .
PHRD to grade himself." no,but if you don't discouragethem THOMAS L. CASEY .
Fall Application "The booklet, compliments it's just as bad as "'filW; <'.... '49h.l;. F h' ',i

of our local conservation club, violating the game and fish JIM TEMPLE: ,io;
offers a yes or no choice on laws yourself. You'll be the !.. .' ,4 rn?,
fifteen simple statements one with less game to hunt and
Covers 25011) Sq. Ft.
Some of them are obviously fewer places to enjoy it."

5.95 aimed at the flagrant game The conversation went on
violator, such as THE GAME for many hours, and perhaps
VIOLATOR IS A THIEF. That only a few of the young man's NONPARTISAN BALLOT FOR : : '
takes a simple yes or no points sunk home, but he had '". '
RYE GRASS check. If a man takes more tried to go beyond the textbook JUDICIAL OFFICERS OFFICER.

than his legal share of game, definition of SPORTSMAN, as
from the rest of "one who engages in the
'he's stealing
SEED NO. 1 :. .
us who bought our licenses, sports..." Signature of Elector III STUB .

and expect a chance to bring Perhaps the true Out.doorsmanConservationist ----.. ,' lb.e14 home a deer or a''brace of ..I '
develop new definition of '
birds. can a
50 Ib. "Some of the choices the word for consideration by NO.. .. NONPARTISAN BALLOT FOR INITIALS OF j': -I ">'./"' :;HSfWvV

5.49 remind us what kind of peoplewe those who produce such books, .... ISSUING ,'."!/" : ft t';:f
are, in the eyes of others and let it become a new JUDICIAL OFFICERS OFFICER '; 'h '" : ; ; : t
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for "Those Who ,
who may not share our en byword. n,
thusiasm for hunting. These Care: ,: : i .v..* ;,u, t'i"\' cJ
include statements such as Because "Those Who Care"are ; STUB NO. 2 _.._ ,. "! "
REGARD LANDOWNERS AS those who can loose the '. 1./. ,. 'tut J \

ICONMOUSEPRUFE FRIDNDS AND NEIGH. most without a new era of .A ,"\:r'h::;;(tr; f. Irr
BORS.SHOW AP. improved hunter attitude anda '' j G' f'\J.
PRECIATION FOR HUNTING new lifestyle( for the out. NONPARTISAN BALLOT FOR .y \ ..u1s

PRIVILEGES." doorsman who enjoys his a.A" -,' I. ..Jt.,:.,........,. ... '";.1-'
"' Ln H'' "A 'no' answer to this one sport. W" 41
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3 1972 -i, ,. '
The cerning the wiring in your ".. .,., ,, .
home, have it checked by a f'' ) J
citAN ita*TO Ssrn '
mi C Concerned reliable electrical contractor I BRADFORD COUNTY '. 1 ,(. '1"t." 'C.,.1M il" ,,,9ft, )).. f' < 'J.
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l XliW S>w CAUTION or your utility company If "' ., '''t'"V < ." $..r .lJ '1'...

*-*/[ Consumer. you have noticed a dimming : ii, PRECINCT NO-.--. J{,. )
of lights or poor radio and ;rj\! ', f
By MARGARET SPADER Affiin TVreceptlonwhenappllanceaDirector r", :..:.I To vote for a person whose name It printed on the ballot mark a cross IX) in the square at the RIGHT of the name of the) ...,1;'.et ,' :

Reg.89 .77 National Anoclititn erf Consumer I : Mimrfctur.. are in use, slow operation of .1' ;,. person for whom you desire to vote J Q. ,. 1.:. :.:..-r II;>.,; f,'t
heating appliances such as an ; .' '. I
How can .you till if homt WirIron, frypan or toaster, or VV'. 'fir:;:: !.
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Reg.49.37 ing it adtquatt for: new uppliamcttt overheating of motor, these n;
Circuit 8th
are symptoms of Inadequate JUDICIAL Judge >

If you have questions con' wiring. Justice of the Supreme Court Group 6 .r' f t;
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RcR.1.85/ 1.47 (Vote for once)
A. uANDY" ADKINS. I ,. c tf


jpiili"5SlJBj! DAVID L. McCAIN 'e ; ;,*
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: LOfflDAGAKDEN Judge of the District Court of Appeal ;' : ; -. ;,. lJ1st ,

Appellate DistrictGroup .' ; 1 ; "
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know that she contests were enjoyed, with
be Interested to
BOMBSQUAD DOGS. LABRADOR RETRIEVE! X. I..: : By Elizabeth Terry homeIn Rosle Mosley and Janet Nor-
SALLY, AND GERMAN SHEPHERD X .. 11,1'1, i' I has entered the nursing
/I man winning prizes. Mrs.Katie
e7 tI
8K'ANDv 1NIFFEP OlITEXPlOS/VI '- 1.OHJETERATKENNECIJ -f-: ren, were weekend guests of Starke. Smith won the door prize. I
In Jacksonvilleon
; Normanare Rachel Boyer A stork shower was given
-: .n + Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie > and
(;; CHURCH Mrs. Thirty-four guests attended,
f 14 of a Thursday. for Mrs. JohiuiUr Brown
1.:"N.YC. ,( m ::! AND ACTIVITIES the proud Dana parents Leantte born Mr and Mrs. Otis Boyetteof wife. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ben night with i"Mrs. Purvis and the honoree received many
I : I' 'i' 1t5'j Grace United MettxxUit: Sun- daughter nett at Seville. nice
,1'u.. visitors of and gifts.
Lake Games
//i:1 .l' Alachua Gen- City were Brown as hostess.'
,., T .. t, ,. t C: 1\1 day SchoOI) ,9:45t;Worship Ser September 17 at their son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs J.C. Beach of
1\ 1 "'\\0= "" -Ir.l I vices 11 am. and 8 p.ra.MYF eral Hospital.Mr. Jacksonville were visitors of
and Mrs. O.J. on
I 'if' li/ 1\ 7 p.m. Monday Choir Practice and Mrs. George Kelly Mr.Thursday.Mr. Boyette her parents,' Mr. and MrsJohn

7:30 and this week there attended the FSU footballgame F. Robertson on Sunday. jOR
:;,. p.m. and Mrs Jerry VoglerofNew A. STRONG
Children'sHour In Tampa on Saturday. i Hayesof
) ,.."i' : will be a Special Denton Smyrna Beach spent the Mr and Mrs. Randy
I 1g" \ I 7 at the church. Rev. and Mrs. Don Starke were visitors of her .
at p.m.
JiI Mr.
4 with her parents "
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Blanchard on
: .. "' visited Mrs. Enza Mrs. Earl
at the homeof Mr. and
WSCS met
--.I.:... l ,I'"">,. The Mrs E.B. Wells Tuesday Wednesday. E. Lee and Guests Mrs of W.A.Mr Mosley.and Mrs. Carl parents.Teston on Sunday. ::. PROGRAM IN :
with devotional Mr and Mrs. Robert Mrs. J.L. Devore
:\ at 10 o'clock, Mrs. and
-- ..'..... : morning by Miss Arthurlne visited their daughter and son- Prevatt over the weekend were with children David and Tres. I' I. ,
Glenda Moore with her children;
followed with prayer in-law, Mr. and Mrs and Mrs. John Adkins spent ,
Blanchard for a week pi their Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Harper;; ,ill LJ 0

by Mrs. Truby Walnwrlght. A ,vacation Martinez in Ft Worth, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Norman Sunday In St. Augustine.of the Highland "H' ', ".
chapter from the Story of Missionaries -I In New Or- with their children; Mr.. and 'I' \'OC1'10"1.\L '
was read by Mrs They also Mrs. Truby Norman; Mr and Baptist Church held a Cattage II.I1t'1Vi\ FFA
Refresh- leans and Atlanta. Prayer Meeting at the home of :
Henry Walnwrlght. last Mrs. Tommy Harper with their Ibl.ltrJ.TIILETICS ,
spent ,
Wesley Thomas Carl Prevatton .
GAINESVILLEBusiness ments were served by the hostesses and Holllngs- Mr. and Mrs. : 'iJ!,
Mr. children; Wayne \ :
his ,
to the 12 members at week with grandparents His worth. Sunday afternnon. Mr. Pre- :.: ,\I1EMICS

tending. and Mrs. H.H. Brice Mrs. R.W. Sapp and daughter vatt's great nephew, Roger Eunice } ;, ADl'LT' EIHC.\ riNvb ():
:Fellowship mother, Mrs. J.W. Thomas held the service with Le- .
The Men's Christian Leslie of Jacksonville were ,
DirectoryAUTO held their monthly break- came for a visit on Friday dinner guests of Mrs. A.C. roy Dyal Ripple leading the song ,p.It!
fast at the church on Sunday' took Wesley home. ; service. There were 24 present. .
and Mrs. Bill Eunice. of Pearce on Sunday. i "Ij.ELEtT
Mr Blanchard's -
Miss Enza
before Sunday School.
morning Mr. and Mrs. Hank Registerof
his parents
Highland Baptist Church: Graham visited. Orlando were dinner guestsof on Sunday were Mrs. Tru- JIM TEMPLEIn
.SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES, Sunday School 9:45 aim Wor- Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Eunice on Mr. and Mrs. Bryant. Red- by Walnwrlght, Wayne Wainwright

ship Services, 11 a.m and 7:30 ,Thursday.Starling uncle of> Mrs. dish on Sunday. and Mr. and Mrs Her- // ,
BRASINGTON Porn Prayer Meeting Wednesday Walter Mr. and Mrs. John 1U Morris mle Kelly. ,
...... Elsie Norman underwent sur- Mrs. Ernest Wells and Miss "
7:30 p.m., followed by Jr, of Parsipanny, N.J.
Johnson & Paris Inc. Ktversioe HospitalThursday. visited SUPERINTENDENT
gery at her Arthurlne Ulanchard ,
CADHLAC OLDSMOBItKRALES !; : Choir Practice.HOMEMAKERS. were weekend guests of >
He is progressingvery Ruth
Mrs. Wells'
& SERVICEFin. 'Mr and Mrs. 11E.
: be parents
SEEDS'PLANTS' and expects to
c Priest, and brother Lamar.. Barthlow in Mlddleburg Sunday
Selection of Used Can i InHcctirtdes Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS The Lawtey Extension Homemakers .home soon. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Norman afternoon. .__ (.Pd. ':'01. Ad..
Taken On Cndlllio Trades Club met last Thursday Mrs Fred Moore was a luncheon with children and Mr and Friends of Mrs. Lois Dollnlg;

2001 NW. 13th Ph. 378-531 morning at the 'agricultural guest of her sister Miss Mrs. Wllbert Austin and child the former Lois"Dlnkins, will ,.

We Rent Fertilizer' Spreader building In Starke. Seven members -'

Barkley Motors, Inc.TOYOTA 224 N.W. 81(h Ph. 178-0476 carried attended a "sack, and lunch"each which one '

was enjoyed after the program. l teen I/yr1

GLASS I sc pot
I wheel drive and carg Mamie Lou Edwards of
Parla, Service
Sales Starke visited In Lawtey Tuesday
Clean Vied ToyoUn LIDDELL and attended the WSCS WAeltrl-1

meeting at the home of Mrs.
1700 N. MAin 878-1266 IN rwl.

Beauty Academy Glass Company"Glass EB Wells. j

For Every Purpose" David Kelly son of Mr and _ _

POWELL'S Store Fronts-Mirrors Mrs. George Kelly has returned -
Lakes Naval .
Tub Enclosure*'!-Showers from Great
Beauty Academy Furniture Tope' Glass Re Training Center where ,he L
finished his six months reserve rice
Leant .a Profession In Your training. He' plans to enter I

Spore Time Full or Pnrl TIme NEW LOCATION North Florida College In Jacksonville : -d.-l.- ___ _
219 NW 10th 378-27M this fall. UI, t)
*""" I22fl S". Main; Gainesville U -
ELECTRIC MOTORS 'Miss Arthurlne Blanchard and _.

372.8191 ; 372.1102 Mrs. Ernest Wells visited fri- (IA
t'I ,yr
ELECTRIC ends In Jacksonville last t, /
Wednesday. On their return ..to'f' /0,

Motor "Repair Co. Santa'Fe TractorLONG they went by Macclenny to visit y E ."Z"
Miss Enza Blanchard at The t G ..
Or GelnesvlUe. me. Farm & Industrial Baker County Nursing Home ..

Rt'palriBgtnllltlw Tractors Miss Enza is progressing very f. Men's / 1 I .aowm ; Scott's

New and Used Hydraulic hose slowly. Famous Maker Mews ........,
Cox of Sante Fe
Mrs. Horace .
':ZR16 NJW.6th St.- Ph..a7Z-0M8: ?and Fitting Lake. Mrs. Paul Dlnkins of St. Dress. Pants Dickie s sayv liquid
I Bolts all Sizes Augustine, and Mr. and Mrs. \ Work Pants Gold
MOVERS !Steam; Cleaner Jim Burton of Jacksonville visited Today' tutor* (hoping. ,, 1;l,}JJ): I
'. With thopo scr,
Mrs. P.L. Tailored by Nation A leaner, and
their mother pres.rvotiv <
& ChemicalsSales 'e' X IT and toil to*
No. 1 Motor with .
I Loin OUlance Moving 8c Service, Dlnklns on Tuesday.Frankie Eu- detailing thai,includotovoral loo 10. 65% carton, Soft White :&=JCIJI1', weed. I for cobmett wood, pan, door 11 ing,.
Friends of Mrs 35% poly.-
pocket itylot -
e' Storage -- Facklnff{ furniture" wood Hews,
Pick A
. Up It Delivery nice regret to learn that she underwent upporod, fly and tor fabric' Table Napkins ,?$. Clatent, ,....,..
Crating<< SblUln 4488 N. W. 6-*( ",tue. surgery on Wednesdayat tfloio or-iogvlar logiChootoirom that / I l ifd pie." .,... th. .gnal, I
Free Estimate Call Gaine.ville':.. Riverside Hospital Jackson oolidt,, IFkN d A. t:_ tl, dl1'lIIl1 "'..Pi''"I'1I'pa. of .., y .. '-
dUUll e.l..e of plaidiSnol C\ 'LeT 1'N. 'Inrl 1 od and eliminate, ,
MUSIC <""" 101 ,10 i ville.. 34 lo 42 tv td 1luason CNapk1ns" Teo! ,alch. andbl.mlSh.
.... -
-- t
eY ..
,. 29-/2. Soft ond obtorbent whit napkin
1- fIQILtp6 Qt Due DIca.nl Pro.. Contents-16 Fl. On.
Consumers table 60 Count.
'B'AIDWltrPIANOS laze d' tpS14 wa.st44 SAYE 1.00 accent any tiffing

Knowby r SAY4 27Aa" SAVE
Want to
S1 45\
& ORGANS SAYE .0O' 0u. Dnewnt P... Limit, I No Cats lock till

Van Service, Inc. CHOICE OF THE ARTIST! Director of Consumer Affairs 0. D..ca.nt Pr .. : ns.Wa.
National Aiioclatlon of Manufacturers r&; He au D..aun'. Plc.
3140 N.E. W.Wo R4. CMlle - :
last I bouyhtme
The pillow cases Boys' 27'

AUTO SALES SERVICE (MUSIC. Co. about sir inches longer 10SpMdBicjclM
than 1/ecI'l8al'y.18/ this a'case oJ
I3LOUNT PONTIAC C'ville Shoooing Ci';. 372-5351 II/ wasting i tci.tiles/ to get a Ea.lp.d :,If ("Qulcky"Imnursion 1 Qt. Eailt30N40W

CMS., INC. price incrraaet Men's Eajle Brand wilts Lt.u (
Farm and Industrial Bed pillows come in many T-Shirts and Briefs botw.. .;alb Healers Molar Oil

Equipment sizes-the three most popular 50% ,aly...... 50% /lino M1'r <*Including nr own I:L'benable I ; ..f./ 1 AGLEl.ilw Nand..n''.

bring standard (regular), cotton S, M, L and XL. h.Upa bend' convoniont, ,, A Quality, Motor

f queen and king size StandardPillows' 1' / -hoolwt 2 minuloi boilt liquid, U(( Oil I mooting;
"" .=.. ,........... {. .. al'e' 27-inches long, SAVE 25'. v/ I I vo'inilant in coHoo 1 I' I I0w '.01."Amorican.", InduttrwSpocificotionl Po*

Factory Authorised queen are 31 inches plus 4 0,.caua Med.l A.61 ,t.tonliior,bailor. ,,baby otc I :
inches deeper and the king Pnc., Wa ., a r
Pontiac .Jol.96 .ISAVE( SAVE 24OJ \
6 29\
iiW-PaTti-Sorvice. THIS SPACE FOR SALE' !size is 37 inches Iang'and
inches'deeper than the stand
210 H.... Mainroinesville I Our Oi.eount Prico D.
ard.! So chances Are you got we.Ik11
{ Fill PHONE 964-6305 the tong size cases for jour Boys' Nylon Socks s r waPEtt! ,

372.2583 pillows. If they have not been *-M Comlortabl.l0Oa.rchnylon." yz
used perhaps you can exchange ; Your cite,.. of popular cola. G'- --- -
\ $".. 6'8's' 9 -II. 9 6 "
them for the right
!size. SAVE 24\ .
MOBIL-IE ? "t. Oil
Klrby's Mo.lle Homt durable da 1 I;L ... .."., t
Alt'' pocnlc shtcts more 0. Olloa.n' Puc. l Umit 1Mokes
t Hoi Inc. / those made of r'A Mtn's Schfck Stylirt Dryeior 4
IRa Rtfilr Siipp than / / WHS- wot1 ST
+aYyy, Lid Jewel Air Styler a ; your car
uthori.'tJ !P '.>I.-ro I For lint \.
._..... ,. run smoother,
F.rna.Intrahe.m Percale sheets have more Quickly aVioriwy whl. -:.
.t. Waldo cooler quieter &
WO M Rd. ,
thread! inch ((180 /11'If' .tyl I. hair" ,... r" "
C.llni'i_vlli. :,1711-0(101(\ :';lesUi Hi'i.inj Air ConJ minimum per) square compared with Men's Chukka Boots ., i ..... notirrally.IdMil on.n<...>.nnoiw l ttwnintr Equip.upphe.Awning.. wooeLlH ( l lor u.o by the
minimum), This Wipe clan vinyl uppers with 1 n'f'f
So..S.ct.II.n'Oll, :' muslin ((140 crepe soles. Strop and ( whole wily. 1 saaa- SAVE2Ocbucks.
Rontol. at low at 14 3* p.r toyHrtcnrt makes percale smoother and \ a j
,, .\Ir Conditioning, InnttllcJ style 7-12. TREATMENT .
In..II."Com more luxurious feeling. However "' a' SAYE 1.00 .
Joe Veil lorvico Com laill. l'p SAVE 135 a.. youa.
., All Moa ; both types are equal in Our Discount ourm
Fan, 400 :N.e: 6th :Si.I tiunilU; 01& ..;
Pr.ncb.la dealer and'' Our Dbaun Prico Woo I
tavntry' ftr.
a 7Y

.- - Ceramic
-- -
Cookie Jars I -

Men's Crepe Soil Oxford nt, :.;/ BooutifuI'flaiod e 2-Qt.

I ThLutJv 0 Trlcot ''d f Is' Inn.' + coromic AluminumFondue
co"'oro." Bawn. 7-12. |lots ,nf" Sets
: Yaw ;; a..ortod

: SAVE 1.00 ,""..,n.,.'.0.nhon. I wooden Complw hands., ,

Our Ol.countPrlo Wo E1 1. ._, Pony kitchon ,rorno bIM1
a and .
Z2 SAYE 1,00 'SAYE 105
: Ladles' + Girls' Our Discount Prte iwT : Our Ol.count PricoWo.
GttJH Wa, a:98
Famous Lysol Rllht
t Bett.r"--- _
Maker ,'.. Spray AaUPwulranlOwMoranl
Slacks .0::
For Your Vote Of Confidence On T / Skirts P' Auo n.dd bm Disinfectant O1-

t / I Choose aye.,, eels- 11 7 oz.j I 91 I Imperial

September 12 t Ihom oiiortodttylot and /aloes' .liar 1 w..w Camera
fabrics Sluts I is I/. 1, a Kits
and color. ...!... "' a 3rj

t t You tl o>poctto tt 0.'L.u04., \.. S. "1110'T I ok. colo
Continue Your Active Support ply 7.9C "" o. ..." ., tlldot,
r.r alt
Please .98 rW rSo.i.dirt. Wee lock' t Alto.
.. 6-IS / ,le t. u- F too4 .focuo.n .
....5.. Bays' \.fIIIllIIlIS MUll .fd oaf [ tottlnf'
t And Vote For. t Our DKcovntPrloo .Ou, Di..n' AspIrln', .._ '::of lIacnes1i1 Eal"* All Clock Radios Connotoublo:: ;
Woo 100' : A>1211. Wail tduslcPS.Ild? Slot, rodio .I....... '
uff Polc.w..213....... I I' awn'J c. ...-...,..w.......flock, .._...n'. .-... s.d.b ..w...
.x 0 ... \, Model, : .i?rw..d'SAYE : :
lwia. ::; ; ACR3la'V 2.110' SAVE 2.00
; SAVE' 235 '_ ,. .' .; II.-.ke.
: A. Z (ANDYADKINSJR.) : 1.00 I ':'

/ / D. tiS o..ol."c.fQTil., OutD..pI..UII
Uetwd e..xuoWw ,
@ ..... ,
... &doa
t .Pd..r .
M All All/tw.apt.. _ .._ _ ....aef ....... ,

312 W.

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September 28, 1971 Te.lcAla" P. re 2S

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.: : -. ruvUI0tJs . . . .mw11lrlI-9t11tin. . . -

d," e" ... "' .....' ...._ .. ...- .... Americana DLscpvgr

--tr tft. ".... 1r" tI-- 1rl I W 1I ( ",. .1. .... :I t, :" W l.- -..jttsantt, Lte- Norwegian Oil Field

"., ".' . ". .n,_ _"fffi.. ... Because of the ever-grow

B*OPOWD CONTI1VoWL for rotlHcotton. or lolottton at lbs gonprai 11555 55 4SIlb SI-Si is......55,501111 IL11iacIs4 .. "' gWIdy NO a petition for dissolution of ing need for wtroleum, both
AMBMMMMT* TO .1 VflJSP OHnorws _lsI ta bo MH to lluHliiibsi. If nib 51.5 151511 rn-S Ctt anil Si SUdS 551111515 Is lbs 511551 _let and .Iim.5 school Com- has been filed against of
NOVUMSU ,.1Oft SUCTION c I. bIrth.- ..- _.lIWload lii 11.5 11515 an S 115505 1511555 555155 cbslSf I-Slay SlId 551 the T B I a fuel and .a source
or eLbXTieMWHmBAS. (a) *OTIOIl. NCUIt'f1'-. Adtdotx. 15 Mis 1551 .is-S1s. 5155415 I. .5550.JJ..USi .51105 5554 NI II.s lIsts "-7.tot and In-S Bradford C J I you I1S75tUIIndIG. other petroleum -
IK* LeotHetUre "" S.c'lUn 11. of ISIS CulfItUtian; St tal. .... .11555'S .5" 505.5. 5551 .5 p1'SsIdId tIlls r551011.. .this Florida, hu copy of your answeror many pruc.
.. Iis ails .. >- .. .1551,451. an C aitItsol ini.wdlalslvmlrs CmI055..lar 5550 5."s Is dIslrmlsj, a..slsl.Sy aaroo t
Certrtltuttan "lo
tor tM ..ss4S ..-. 11115 Cuniimviids. on raiIsll Is 555555 5ml 11"- 55115115 I-sIrs 505.50 dIstrIcts and l11ds u the polling pleading to the petition on

_.... ........-..... .lei'.. WS CSUniV'ISIlint. .. ... tan UIanns Ui ......... by ibis A JOINt ttESOLUTeON .M-t'XII a an .- 555555 111501(15 Ii MIS 11115 SI 11.5 51Sd.. .. and Inipectors p. the petitioner HN gists are spanning the eah
_. .nd ChiSr fl3'InUnn an a pail SI WiN r.vI.ian an anwiuJrnent ta Sactwn g of. Silbs 1111,155 51 5551151155 I-Ills S. soulisSl sued 1. their constant search replenish
( tl. 4..nd c.ni..tI.n lid .i 00.1 .- biai.rSlSd MISISI. CslisNIvillS. ....l Si _rid Dllisr 5545555 .1..rId .Ill district, PC E t RY JU GRAY, .. E in t
19'2.'d---a. 1SInt tIIVUCsrfltIC.alIS lbs ranaus .5- 0.555 5.1 515155155 Sim5IN ml lIar 0515511111 .. -Ssd lusI'Sls.TIS college. held First Street. .t Office the world supply.
WnMOundum ...... und R1r. Cl. 5511Cr td..anS 55 11115I 5551 Ill lsr .spial .550511 SI U.S 11.55 4511551 lly of DISTRICT 0 I 11 Florida Petroleum
MM Phillips
M.I th* # "O.' example

tvbmlttxl, W tU -- Si *.. 515501 hUcSlIlSV lI-S.d snpy -- Snd ISIS .51005Sml 151115 Ills Slats 51515, 551111. 11510.1 GY. .
SI_ o* cI@rd., .. w G.WSl I- MHiod by tM aooncy at th* 555.. a* aid ....wlbl-. lbs mlbsdo Si 4150155. toxei to to M *M SIllS ta ooch yooroMMtetrtbute ,.. Iuford. Cotmt'Cornrn1ssiocer.PreC1nlt 3201. .o- Company of Bartlesville. -

to NOW.b. t_td'1".0.Sn .oUUn.bsr T..Wli. .. RICHARt' awlhorltod 1 XII.by locthM law.Artlclo W. ot lbs CanoHTu .III-B.sad ft an Hesotved 11.55Sf.by Ills. LlQlllPlovl et amount quot* as arountad ta tM agoreoow benMn shall to toon Ills any e. #J L. City wr o...I t cc Okla a operator for a

IDICK STO e. S.crUI.rY sq StUtU .. ml lion. of itbU .. undid. OS II axMMbumodlatolr the State Sf5I.flla: product af six. hundred dongis Mail) school Lavrtey.Clr .Doyle t f Crt has
nc$4c1 bttoro IMS -- bouoiiioiottoclrv That lbs OMtawkig. auwndmint to aorj.tton muhlpJIed tM total boards 0 multi-company group
.= rM.IM1 do isr_ Sins by ipjmbsi of Instruction Ferrell
CI l < .... rotorsin of Artlcta XII h gisid M an*] units M OH me ....ro.. J,1 o o W 2t
GlUndi CUcll". *'IH bS hlid Iii.dI *. 4s iilnHi by ana oclssol districts ofFertae found another oil field in the
.. a Count .IK *.k....K... ell 1t1 F.rilTUndaV port ol Bill. rovlsMn, OS tanipl.lolr o* snaIl to evtanlllld M tM BlocleiO of the tor IM ecbsst ftscel veer .*.,.... _I" A Blao- d Otr. IW2 K 7
..Nr ml F'n'' MUndV In ml thouah Incpraoratad HoroMl .... ov MoM Mr e-etMtcatto or iilsLtux at fbI PIlls en amount ogual' ta Ills aggrpgul toIM ins. Dorothy v by Norwegian sector of the
7. 4m cml 5501 or to> antlcwuJtMM .. .r1111.1.411515511Cr next geporal owdlen. M ... bull bt Natortdwr product at eight hundred dot lor s BU d
I. ilOVl' .
dais ... to W
_.... .Mcn..Htrtkw mr riscton! .. ml issued ltISrS4lIldSr amy Usar in.ISIssi "'". ,*-) multiplied, by me total number of or P 1 Rc. fault will be taken against you North Sea. according ,
tar Joint Rut r prapotin .mI.WUnInt. not In OKCOM ol toll ...'..... ISI 0555115 XII Instruction units. tn all me school districts, school.Hmor relief demanded the 1 .'. Martin president of Phil-
ComtllullM' .> tM SHI olnd F''..... sIr 5111111 Sr SIC! lIlgIlIt' IlliursIl as tCHBOULIlirtlnn of ----flocoItm- Lw. .fo U I
to. M.... tmtmrm VICHAPTI1 ntoy bo aumorlnd, by olaluta paiisd by.5.r55ffltils T nines.- n and for ..... school fiscal year thereafter ed tM by .: Hazel pUt lill. The field has been name
YICUnUnhits. -. IJ-ll lOIS ol aacb homo ol la, AOOITKMOAL SfJCUHITIES.' tM 55. which to ta excess of mat total' ... Katharine M. Brown. ordered
tumWIVH. fur HM* Sill .... ,... ....'.''a'..... No rovpfHM bonds or las 1111.155. bIrds thaW 55 55usd number .. such tnetrucIMn units ta. all" the I. ., : a S Edda.
ontlcioetion. corllllcaloi' shall bo Issuod pununH to Arttclo IX. section. IF at In* Ills school aUtrtctl at ..Florid for. tMsen ol a Franklin Jenkins. Florida, U Ith f Sp Martin said it is expected|
ACT pnnHtn 1T th. taMunct ..1II. pursuant thereto otter Juno .. ton.ID CmlNulh.s Si 1551. .. AV11d5 eel fiscal year MO7-40, sueb excess hid .. Precinct *3 Crawford. Brad. tember .
.AN.. DoMli pmdQU'I' *<* full faith, ... ) .E"UHOINO' _OS. Hsvonue XII. 155155, 11. .. ills Csn.Iltu1wn Si unite boinp oestgnolod '..-. swills, Mote Clerk that well on the Edda structure .
n i.i. M luunc tH. celt .. bInds ta llnonco. IM cost ot stats copilotpreiecH an 55 St 5111051 1.155011. TM amount of the first revenues derlvertlonolly moae County Fair Building. Gilbert S Br each be capable of
man at "
SI.|. c...t ronnwnl..l> nMngwM tondi or uunuafrrKrullon uocmiin _I... Including' prolocttol h edojilid by WIts tetoronca a* s 55 IS 55 510 5555 .is Sn. ell ..... Inspectors SielUe Hall By Banish M. Moody producing at the rate of approximately
...... won .pqlVlI l .flor ml II.crUnnd tM Florida Mate turnpike, authority' orm part ef MM revision, as ieniplelll., 555.sull 11,1,11551 an 51551.1,1 11555115 111011 5541' ed : :
ctuoMr u.. FNddl .. lldlo iticcouor but excluding. all portlonl. ol ,Incorporated herein verbatim o., be an .mount ooual In the aggrotar -. poses Lucille Carter. Newn Deputy Clerk 10.00 barrel of
'' ttw moun .. nyc- IllS Mole Mphway .". moy be retundod coat bands or ,.. antKlootran cortlHcaWhereafter Is Ills prsdod s5 1.5 S.uIldrSd Is! AVER
woe after
UtSI IS4COI multlpiled. by lbs total numberof Burner. oil |>cr day (
lor US or.lKH Mb* 'i- .. arovWsd by ISO without, vote Issued ----i. school CHALR ONA
.bond........ ..by.. .wg vxx feandM vnmuna' vD- Al the ._ ? .' a lowor net overage Intoroit tsrslt nSf In ..... 51 IllS CII' c555 .551 Instruction of. ...,unit... .DI TM all.number tunler. collegedistrict ... Instruction .funler, DISTRICT #2 Bayless, C GAY. LAG I facilities are in-
<-.. lor MM .tMuwtc .. KK* bIrth coil rote by tM .invent ol bonds annUm ar suds I.lsIlSr 15115151 51 IflSV 55 .. _' County Jr.Am. .
providing' ... I vol. ol ti.. oWctoni pranidlnd maturing not ,later. than me obligations eutMrliod' by Motute passed by throe units district M" aacb., In school.....alstricl tortM otlunior Ill. L Gl. tailed.
... firths vow of each Muse at me tognlatura. canes. yoor .
on ."K"'* .." refunded, secured by some ntvenun amendment shall be dtsrlct ( fo PUr
.. It E........ by IM LOOi.I.....* lo tM"Jortfon ants." He revenue bands or ,.. onflctpa- rooter purposes of III of me tIlls number at Instructionunits eligible.. Precinct *4 Motor Vehicle P0t
lion certlllcatei Mwll M liixitl puniiixt ... '
' I. Chwlir, Ml. Florida" tl!.tult.ll I IDA Mate .... aeUgnetod "second got thereto otter June 1 WJ.Ib M each.ISS/-44 school or district luntor tor ceMeoe the 5511551tIscal district Irom : S Starke. Gainesville Florida. 32601,
cruolod. lo rood ...". ol two conti per gotten upon gosoUne ) HCFUNDIMa. BONOS-..P-OVOnue yoor IM school fiscal, Veer l e....",.. >" I.." Conionnlloii, Act .t and other like products et petroleumond bond '. finance tM cost of Mow capital. cs.nSlcsd: for I. Ills nt.nn.e ....... ...... from A G.IY. 9/2
"... on equivalent, tax upon other. sources protects. Iteued prior ta tM date mil rev* only" In MUd .
'7,, 01 Short till'''*._'Thlt c........ Hull" ... of onorey used to propel motor vehicles, elan becomes -... Including prelects. by general, law or 111 school Ills num.ber I shewn Jos. Under
units such diD
'non and I,%., bo cllod is IM "londIQntorvotlort 5. levied' by Article. IX. Section ,.. .. IMComtllullon ot Ills Florida Maw tone .. authority orrts of instruction. Mi .. Ih tM ,
*ct *9 W71Kftl of INS as emended. M boro successor but excluding fI'' portion* ofM trict. Including" growth units or tunler college trict .. NOTICE OF
Aulhorll fill f&,Hh on* credit .by continued for e period ot tarty comecutlv MOW ........ -- may M refunded district for me school fiscal, year computed state Precinct #5 Pleasant Grove FOR APPC 10
.. mervtofor hereafter
bondv-Funuxtt to tM oravltlom" S. years. TM proceeds ol said lev, a* provided by taw 51.1155551555 I tho manner or .ley lD
..._li'" II lot ol Artlcl' VII ol IMcomtltulian shall ... placed, monthly In the elate St Ills sf551055 SI S lawIr 555 5555555 SI.. provided by general tow and approved, collego'. County HJ School .
ol IM ..... ol FUrUW' Slid roods distribution, fund In ,IM. Mot treasury. 15,51 (Sit 5515 55 fls N11005 SI .5SInan by the stow board of education fherolnartercolled board, Clerk: Ia Plum- S 1946 BY
whIr 'IJ !S.. "lor''.. .......... IM ...... 1155 IaII lbs 5151.55555. ,. tM stow beard or (II tM number ....... Inspectors II GIVEN.
onco ol .'''. bond WMglnfl' IM lull t.llhond (J> Artlcl IX. Section' Is ol IllS CennIl.lulls. .. 55511151. 1151551 Dy Ills isms V515SU55 af klMrucnoh. omits In each. school. time u I : Nli McG that Mr. HAL WARTH. the hold
Credit ol tM itato In IM crlMlpol.mount. .. .. ol IMI ai amended. M adopted by 11115.Ic" district Including arowth units or, luniorcollege "" ,_ ., Canova, of the
'Includllta.' lilY ...,......_ "Ot toncrrd this. reference *s a port ol this. revision, ) MOT-OP. VEHICtC FUel. TAXES.II district en behsll at which tMMole In Vanderbilt er fol crt'
two niindrod. fnillion. -.... .. completely os though kicerporeted her.in board has hnuod bonds or mMor ..._.. Pit# ,Hoe ha* filed
IWOO.000.0001 'lor ..ot. upltol.. praloctt tortfivlronm verbatim tor IM purpose of providingthot ) A" slIts .... ......... 'ul 55sIan. vehicle amendment tax onllcipnllon which.. "will,"certificates produce''' underHus autll.oauol board L(NI sk a tax deed to Issued f' Buy Saving Bond
.nl>lly ondonvorod I....... ondlorty otter the effective .dote of this. rove .N .. two cent per genon S055 5555. .dIllInt.fa ... any b Ur
million oollorm MUBO 000) fly ....* lien. the proceed ol IM "second sag 1a1.me. Mno end other Ho. --... psti'aliinii' ClInt VSI51IUIO an* and Iweteo-liuildioilllis. (Ill I ) patten. : .IUgIQ. Cler M 1 crct bl an
c.pll.l ",roMo| lor outdoor ......- .. Ills ssvsrSi 51555155. ... 5551dDIlcs and on equivalent tea ml 51111 5155551Si times IM aggregate amount ot principalof .. tM -Iptll: year
,...... l Ii boreov luihoIltId _lad lo IMorovitlonl uum Ita formuto stabs therein to IM extent 5555 USId IS PSar v.55155 and bilaiost on all pixiili or motor vobtcte board Jo f"R t dc
Id lids Oct.Ml. memory M comply wm ON ebJIiialions as Wvied by Artteto. IX Section U of me tax antlclpMlsn certificates Issued fr"" . .N blue ,
J ''''-Tl>* tollowlBd. tornrwond ot or tor IM benrllt *f mans olbondl Constitution, ot tail as a.id5d. M hereby UndIr 11115 55115 II will' nIdurs till Mrs. A Wlh name in which wasassessedare
....row< nn 4ltSd In Thin. oct "l > tM nwontoa. oKrtord to lily i tn pollen" cortlllcotol or any mhjndhigl .. yees. TM pioteerli ofseM MX eholl I In Ills InSllnSr 551-5151.5. Sr ilsvsatISrpr5vi to "this" DICT 1 BI a* follows: 1 "
,liDs, ......... OMCOpt urtioro tM coinwu thereof tocurod ..by any portion .. IM ... placed monthly ta tM atow road dlstrPjutkjn by asnaial law and approved byIMototol IM Bryan C. 13?, Year -
CM.rly Inducotn o dlnorant mooningIII 'MCSlld 151. fun hi IM MOW lioosvi bonrh 1 Cc. N o '(SEAL)
"Sloh> copltol, rolocli. tor onvlrowvonMlly 111 No funds anticipated, te bo ollocatod, II) Article 1 IX. Section ... of tM Centlltulloa 14)crootod...... fulIdI 51 51IIVIDI.d," il.alS DladSS1155Sd _, Precinct Reno RJ.E. ".u 199.D.cr.
ondomotod ...nds -- a trndfir tM tarmula MaMd 'ta Article IX. ot flY Ills IlaIs 555.4 .. 0515 bohell 1 H RICHARD flICK)STONE
volo conllol. ........ .. ......'- bywMoction Section la. of ,Ito ConstlluHon. of IOU. as this and constituted' .by Section I atArtlcta .district, s Clerk: c PJr SECRETARY OF
II (*) d Arttd:* VII *l IMItoto ojiieiKtoil, thoU bo plsdgod o* aocunty tor .1 t't *: IX ol Ills Stole Constitution as routes college Corean o' I 0 Cr.11 1
<_lIIull_ which Mull.....M III PUrIStS tim conMrvollon, ond prourtlonol .mte ...... lIlaC any outstanding -- that attar Iet"y SI Ills IIa to 551511 sIlall., 1.sqSSI55 ta Ethel Hail .Maybell Ilf. assessed
onylronmnitolly, wnlovo and IrroiMcoMo Ions previously. huwad pliilplinj. rsvinxiollecoted 5155 IllS. vsensth Is 5a5 1511 by taw to Ills powers, duties and Silos ..
.Una o> voliod, _IC., roiourcoiol under sold .ArMeto IX. Sactlo .. Is iIisruI.. 5115.155.11555151 tuncttop ot tM slaw board, mclualn me powira First Mortgage Company OF INTENTION
mil M.... Including' wtlhout Hmllo-' ... nay bo rotunde at a lower net over.aoo among tM eeverel counties. In OXrtles.. and tunchons of the state shall, P 8 Seaboard U.S.O. v NaC T
ilS.I. mhtrost cost rota by th* IISUIXIL wIll Ills tormut etetod tlojtta ta tbo eotant > 555,1 p5511111 NI tills. _....,...... For Peggy Sr FICTITIOUS
lot, TMM ..... ol ocaloglnl Oonincone FSf_ 5.155. UllalUI'IIIS psi Isles then ne os nary ta comply with wH aMtaeto lbs p5555515 SI .... ...-.,..-. .5.1.1 TM "" !! s Clr said property being In hereby given that
vooio dovoloptnonl by prlvoto or the oMlpoMons' 1 refunded secwrod by the hans or tor the bonont at 1.555,5.1 51555 US-S UI S bed, cssssratS and 511111 ol told 1 c Coonty Bradford State Nc f
public work would coin IM drtortofoon erne revenues and any elhn securityovthorlrod 5155155 and ISO .110151. 55.55 55" 551st-S ...- .NI tills tM. Mary Covington t C t ue.1 pursuant to
ol oubmorvM land!. Inland or cooitononliol to. peroprepb Ut of this 551551 c5lIfiCSlS5 Sr alt 1511511.5 In 51111155 IS all 51111 CSIl.stiIUllSnll which. JI Frd. Florida Sta
,. tM ......-., Intoorlty olttio --.-. 01.1,555 aicursI .Dy my -.SS5 SI 1115aiCsIid ml _ul55V pswsrs rslstsd. to ...... f certificate or Cbar 8409.
*r... ol odloconl oroot or ..) SirtHect ta tM reoulnmenti of paragraph San W.. Ills 55155155 51 $11.5. 5..ISdItlSllt 551515I.e. ol IMS. Precinct #9 South- t. with the
(ill TMM oroot which 1 .to tM ludgmontol 111 of this, eubsecMMond otter (35 ... tIrth .Sflclpstsd is IS ahl.caIsd Sr 115511 laid K.t certificates shall be redeemed Circuit Court
... porno ond lIlt Mlor tlill. commlnlon. paynlint St S.niflIMreIivS' SIPI-IlIl lbs under Ills torauoa ptatod ta Artlcta ,x. .1511 ing to 1 .Starke. to law the property Cler'f U I
dcoportmont ot nolurol romKCom -second gal tax" saall bo allocated W Section U. .. Ills CejwtnuHoa: of MU a* IS) TIll MOW boor; shall,. m addition to : Hazel HoweU. Inspec -acr a fr County
dooorknom ol pollution.' .. _"". tM occand SI sac.. Si 1555.51 -51151 55..ml an 55.5115 for III sibsr c.n.IIIUI55SI I and statutory paw .' In ouch certificateor fictitious name of
dovotaamont or ol whlcli. xould rooum arrmodtol ...* In enisuntl ta bo oil Hud es tal l51ml1.n. 1..Jk. .551 Sr 51105151Mis. 511. 51555 Ills ....-......... c..lrul and her : Shirley Moose Alice Bar certificates will sold to rda LA
public worli proloct. to limit, orcorrocl lows: THer shell be an laltlal.. .,"' ,,_ 10.55 559 .51stdS.S. 55150 SpsrIfIiSn SI lOis 5510551$ Si tM first tonat Pearl b NWS under which I a'
onvlroiunonlol, damage or1C ol one-lourth tn. IM roll of county Oreo hen -- bssSd 511551.55.50155 port of tM re.eiwes derived tram tM licensing act ... Pcr the highest bidder U courthouse 640
Any boocnoo or boocn oraoi w.thinIM et stele ..... OM.louith In .... ran of Pltocatad. upoer Slid Artlcta IX. Secttasto at motor veMclae provided for.In tering. DRCT Hap Eddie door the I blS.t
..... rhich bvo boon orodod or dotroyod the total. county poputalMii. to the totalpopulotion array b* nfnadid .. 5 lower net aver- INS subsection Id). TM stele board shall bends o M Gardner s S F.30J
.. by natural' orcm or which pro at the state kt accordanc* with Interest cost rota by ills Issuance atrefunding ats. nave power. for tM purpose of obtaining ., # day In Month f October 19 : :
"" ..'_. or potonlloUy. 'n...'_. .byorouan the latest availoMe' tederol census and bandi. maturing. not tater Shen funds fOr tn* use of any school, Precinct 10 1. ..C- which is J.C. Sp 640 GardnerSt.
or dnlraetlon by notorol. ......... one i.ll .M tM ratio.. ol IM totel "second .tM. obllgetlnni. lefunded. eecurod by tM board of any school district, or beard oftrustees Club Hoe' t 2 d o O- ..
copltol uroloO. for outdoorracroollon o.. tax" collected' on retell. sites. or use 551104155 and ..." .11155 11.511'S of. Sly .fualer, collego. district' 1 In board tober. Sk F.30Is1eo
>2Slolo .5155
In eocn county to tM total, collected. hi oil _Ir'''' .building.. constructing, altering : Inspec Au er.
lno" moon o ...,. capital, auttwrlesdluliieillen. III psr.lr..... CSt Si 555. vehicle D this 16th day
........ o, ......,rod br oubiocllon II counlln' of lII"I.stele. during' till previousNieel tarnishing, equipping maintaining. rone- 112 I : Martha KU Barney Dl 0 Dated this 12th day f Sep
I.I ol Artl<'. VII ol tM Mot comlllutun year. at II .onmial Idol pervlco reauirements <4> Subloct .s tM. rIaplr51IwIIWl Si psn.Ssra uottngHMrepoirlng. ot Capitol. oulloy_proor *o 8t 19. bomber 1972 at Starke
any ebMgotMns Issued for .511101 to 1.1115
''oetl PU105SSS Mat Sbe. S. Br.
ilull lor No 0,1 at this mlSciIsn .54 511Cr Mil
M purpoM 111
wild any county. Indudln any ..lId_ tar vehicw tex anticipation. ,," 111. BROW
motor City ford
put In "choptor VI FlorMo Stolutot." pefi'wnl. of odmlnlstrollvo 55551155% Ills of IM Pit 11 Hap By M. County. Florida. 9/2
prior years secured under II) and bonds 4t
aerograph cotes also to issue such or Bh
Mitt allocated totM _,
two C.mrnor second tear shall M H.
131 "Boon of gas .
.... .. this luhsectlan. exceeds the amount .. motor vehicle tax ontlcipotlon 1 certificates ... Hap Circuit Court of 10/1
Coboilt ,. ills Hood ol Uopoi linoiit which ,. account aacb of IM several 1 counties Clr f
be ollecoted M that ..
county pay or rotund any bands or me- : Barbara
naturol loiouicot.l under the tormula set outhi' toll paragraph In the aiiiKidi M to ixHoi inHied. eitelWwil 55.S11cIl tax ...,..Ic......... certlflcotelAM tricts Brdor County, Florida .
.. -CMortontnoom tM dlvlUon, ol There shell M an InlllM altaco. paid' Ruth Lillian
me amounts alMaeted .
other IId Dy said stats 5.511. Ha 9/7
bond 'lnonc ol Ih' d.1tmlIW ot pmor1 counties shall' bo reduced praportlanatety.HI Men af *iil- Ml tM roll. af county -.dI bonds 51. 11.51CrSIC!. tax an.llcIen ,. Re 9/2 IN THE CIRCUIT COT OF
.11- Funds allocated to Mew are*, ine fourth M IM rails Pic 1 CII.
,M bland, PUnS Slid dutlot.III 17)) and to ol mil, subsection vISIt. poroaropkl shell...administered of tM total county papuulla. .. Ills ....., SI:ant._anlltlcstss IllS p.r Ilsall 551111115 bear 5Sr 151st-sn 511. school 1 Plc Ubra. THE EIGHTH e

I For Stall coollol. OKOIoctt lor _.. by me Mate board ol odminlsIr.llan pspslsllen. Is Ills 51555 SI 150551.50555Th nurn or suIt btgbar kdorest. rata .. mar on the 1 : In. IN THE COURT OF TIlECQUNTW4UDGE1 Ct OF FLR I
ronmontollv ondonaorod londl .. created under Said Article. IX. Ills 151555 I-sMall. 0515151 -- and IS .1115551551 "by hoists IlsStoIsrs 0' .neons 10'n.. Me M &
lol Tho boon *. boroby ohron IM rtoponilMHty. section ... ol the CamtltuIMn. of loll .. one-ball in. tM ratio.. al the total "eecone "J( hereafter.-Bested >b. :O threenitMOJI), Bt.k. Mary, IRADFORD2wLOri. COT.
outhorlty ond mtmir to aovokop emended and which M continued. ol a gas tax" ceHected an fetor idli artti vote of oech house or Ills teglslolure. All: C&I435 .
slid OKOCuto a comproMnolvo. plan taI body corporate for the IllS el Inn riilriirj In each county to tM total cepected bt all I Iceunllsiajt _-.5il5'ohel matora.eerialltrlnan'nual 10 mem. Blak Me rl 'CI : I CJ ;1r BAH. ,
and I protocl --..... on.w. Nan tcl. Theibear*>bMI, ___ 'tMiMato'durtpg J":* aT"slpin" = ) .. MnstaMrnoiltl'cohiihencinel. not .mar* ''m. D''UC'"Brr., *%.. .n MLL
..__ ,lands In ml.. ...... TM Plan' coeds a. IM "second gas tax" hi each! fiscal year. If 'tM annual lervted re- than three 111 yean tram It?.. dote of Issuance '." .Estate ANDREW ,.DAIL. his wife. .
Mil, bo hut. curront tbrovptt contintMlroevoluollon county account for use ,In saM. county as apirsmsnls .. ally 55115511515 11.151 for, ttwrof and ending' not lawn fhan portion .. t CP9 w I .res o RAYMOND SUMPTER
ond rovitJon.Ibl follows' : oiohty percent to IM. sloto ogen any county. Including' any deltclonclex 1 tor thirty. ( ) uaor-* from IllS data of ,..... sinking JACK BRY. D8 K a
TM boon ntoy controct with tMpovofTononl cy supervising tM sIlls reed lystom and prior. yasrs oocurmp WIldS paragraph tit one*, or July I. 1007 A.. 0., whfdi over Ill #13* RowelL Ter- BILL.SM 1. ,
at IM united .,.... or onyoooncy ,twenty percent ta tM governing body olIM IS tills, --. 5555515 Ills aInsailwitcI. la _ro..... All Such motor .....1<.. tax anticipation ( ) Pct Al Crtl
or Inttrumontolltv fhorool or with <_" TIll percentage allocated. toIM wautd to obocoWd M that Lliixlr certltlcot oholl mature priorta payable Motors Word), sons Cll Demand
tM Mot or ony county. muMclpollly. or county may Y ...'-- by __, vlldSr 1.1111505 ssl .... lot ..... _.. July. I. 100' A. D. TM Mow board cOo Cleric Betty NOTICE OF ACTO
aiUrk-t. .u..It. ,. or polllkol., Kibdlvlilon, ., .... TM proceeds of the "second gel graph me eineunti Mtaeawd M ether Sail 11555 P551St 15 dSDVm1.S all .11151 ,.. 1 1 Jea P Against Si
or with ony ......... _....... ...rI_. lex" tubisct. M allocation. to the everalcounties counties snail to reduced aroparltanatoly.ll details' of said bonds or motor vehicle tax may b Inspectors: Louise H. K. You each you are
....... OHoci....... or onfion provldinfl, for under this. paragraphi O sMIlbe .I. PilnIf silsolisI 11111Cr anticipation eerttttcatr: and to loll ctaxcbange .IM full P. Hazen, Beasts hereby notified .o requiredto T RYMO K SUMPTER
or ...."... to tM. comorvotlon. or protoc.lion used first, forth* poyment atobllgot'ons ( end Ul at toils 5115551455 .51 55.4nlnItlsd p1115' 511Sf _oc _1_. Sr out O A Cl- .
ol corloln looa. In occompllriilno' Ih.purpotot ptariffing lowllluss oltocotod, pur. .. Dy 11.5 mlS 15151 Si 111111111. Mid bonds or motor whtcta tax aoltar present I claims and d SMR h
ol Ibis ct.Icl suonl so Artlclo' IX, Section M, of me __ u'lalKl' pnder ooM Article IX. nlC.5 csSIll55sI. Usen SUch 551511and Precinct 13B Graham. mends you or wife Address t
) TM boon M lsrlDy Constitution, of IbU *v,anieiidid. and any 1551151 14. 55 Ills Ca-SI-Siss Si 5151. an conditions' a* Ills tlete board. Mwll Graham. f YOU that an
and SuffisfIjId, .. acqUirl WIts. vs-SlingS 111115Sf, 555511.1. III' 11.5 PS'S. and Iild5 I. anlIlnssl as aSudy ...-.... rMO Bd. you. may. have against AR NOD
..... maul _I'COL TM board It Ins'". ol debt service on bands Issued as -...- 55 IllS 5515 Si ibis 55.15.Ii. 11 TM slaw board) shall, else' .havl XII., : Joan .: ANDREW acU a mortgage
....-._ to ontor Into controtfl lor purCIMM provided by Sills _....... Ill) to finance .. ftc!. 1110 55551 11511 55555 0,5 555. power to ptadg '55 Ins payment at ,.... Mttutlon W. Rivers. Bonnie Lee How e.1. C JACK following: inBradford
ond to purcnow In* Mo or ont the acquisition. SlId construction of roods .15111 Si ills 555 Is Ss5005.I -.I'..... Si and ,Insmt an -di .. sued ) da lt cal o ppr
ISlsSr SUdoCIDIol IS nyc.PC. as Mined, by lawi and third tor tM acootulMn .55.5115 55 .5 IIt-.. 55 meter vehicle tax anticipating, cartlfltundnvj bo Bugle, Nellie Arnold. Ct. :
... St lull i oct ojl any onvll 1_''''' and _true_ of roods. Whenouthorltod 151.501 515111'S -- Is Os 55515 D15...... rSfDIIdln5 bands or ... ."_ Precinct #14 Sampson. New Ct. t U C1 Jq L t OX Block
by tow. stoto bonds pledgingI vehlcto D
meter tax 5.115555115.w1lfhcSiIl.
nd.n5SrSd ..... SI' Wills? rICSltlOlI, cy------ C. Flr..t
full tallb'' and croon ot tM stele .
mayb eft any 5511 1.5111 IllS Guard
and wit IS bus -- office Bla SDY
1.11155 er- Ar.
.Issued with put any ....._, tit to refund -.... 5550.55 IS Us d51lvSd 15515 till h. c b
) For Moto capital protoctl for out. body of me nuaty. Tb* porrowiop abocoted lei In
: said at t am
outloetions secured portion county r
y ony Si .51.151.5 Is
51551W SrSVidSd ?
poor rocrootlon landm. Ino pro l 1.ioni olclwpMr ol' mesecond pas ,.." ollatsMd, to S ta tho unity enoy b*of HuioiH byggiieiol lIennnuS5 lot Ills ...,-........ .11 IS 511155 .... ally .. : Violet Crosby. Irma o within Une. In Public Records Brc
m FHrMo Stotuto iMIl apply.WO law. TM piiiinli thseasnd o
county under ....... IX. Section. 'Is. el _511.5.55 _to Willt IllS.beldIls wl Flr. a QI. ford County .
iMvanco ol bontf_ ta allnallo to tis.5. ..
pel foxeubtect Frances Dansby. f.. b
the from the
ConstlluHon ol IMS. 01 ameiMledi (III .
Ill' Upon roaunt ol IM board. .by oporoort.ro to Orel counties. under WIll poragrapb (5)) Si aid- bIndS Sr 551.4515 shall Com t f U 1 filed '
nnonco and conilruc-
the you
rotolMllon... tM dlv lwon ol. bond lien. el roods In aeoutsmari a county when anpraned Mil b* sued first. tor tM poynwi* of ,lbs aillIOpatisn.5IISICaSSS Of lbs 111,15 Si. Us upon Precinct 1SA Brooker, first publication f t alt an ar
f....... flInt ta t_. oubloct to tM by the governing' body of the county and 15145.11115 11555.5551505151uraiW 1.555551 1115,511 cI Ills ..555.cIty talned, House. Brooker. Cler Each claim or shall copy o
dot Ikntlotlon. ...nyid.d borwn. may buo the IllS agency- supenriiloa me state M AllIs IX Section 14 of SM thereof and Ills rtohts. of the holders revision.Ill Inspectors your written defenses, If .
bond ptodgln tM ftril' faIth. and ConMllimon leu ee inneiexn. and any 11155155.aU II 511151. con.i.iienrsondooree1 Kelly. be shall state
rood system* and lull to refund eMIeotions I. I wd.n '
audit o. IM otalo SI oholl bo noconory. secwrod by ony portion ot tM "sec- Sfw.linps 11155555, 510554. fur lbs 1--....." this. Cr.Jet M tho and post I o ,
5555155-S .50,5511 554.15,5
to prwldo oulliclont tenpi to ochiovo tMpyrpoio end oos te." .''Ioc._ uodir aoraireph Si 0555 5551105 II bondS SiIsd 55 adaulSd f rad
oot out .bl Sue.!. -.. lid( (St. No such bends sMN be Issued pi*ldsd by this. poregreoh |ll M finance ond MWH to fully .45..chl by such herein .. T Da .d.f U cllat PIU. .Ury. w.c
Ill TM touunc on wen bondl to ... unless s stoto fiscal agency troalod bystate tM aeeultmen, and consSructlen af .rood bsldir M any court ef competent |urUdiction. .- Hen lo) New River oc d.l. Cl St

none .._ coptlol. prouclm. tor omrlronontally 1... .... 01505 5 d.t.rnIinalIIn lha 1ft an .. denned by .... and third. tor IM aooulsltion lit NO. such bonds or motor vehlcto taxeMIclpejMen esv Pt River. aD aU b.WI t b G iterks. Florida o
.lidIr otod londh or tor outdoor llscal year will me debt Mrvtce ... and conttrvctM of roods. When certificates shall ever ... Issued ) ., Sr N clnt h agent; h.hr oefore October 1972 and file
rocroolton ,_.. Is Mroby Suit,. --1- .511.511551 by 55515 bInds p1555155It. auego ( : Glena Alp- any such 1
ratd 'In ills mormor Sal tubpcct to ih.oiulallom bends tscuvsd by ... plsdssd ssvffsn ... .. 11111 ,.nlt! and 5151111 .1 lOis 5155 any. sI-SIss by of tM a SIllS resolution. btisrd reovetllng until.otter tM the I .....''n. ny. a filed shall o the original the Clark of
pronMod .by IM : Jo.Ec d n so b either
1115Sf 55055 Court
.... ...... at _.1.. ........., proirld county exceed"aeventy 'lve porcant ol the 51515551515 cw51l .by I-V ......Sn 1511551 5.5105 hilt-Id by.1Islrd Si -555,4-SI St Ills- A. Margie this bo.service -
od. 11_.. pudg.d portion. of IM "second toe tax- 55 ills 'isClnI 5.5 .1555151. is..51111'S .Junior cottage district on behalf ot whichtkoaeJwanex ) 9/28 wo Graham. on Plaintiffs o
,,, Ot Construction.. -TM provltlant' .. ollacaled, ta that courny lIt IM preceding 1111551 *111C1 'X lIchen 11. of era ta bo Issued. TM state ..... ,1 .: Dn Immediately thereafter otherwise -
Ihlt. act ....11 M liborally, ., conMmod 'Mmnnor Iota llscal veer. ol IM ptsooed net tolliIrem .. Ills CSII51IIIS5. 55 155. an 55155511 Clit bssrd af education shaU lImIt Ill, amount Sill, 5
ta accompuui. IM ourooiii ills.?.- existing taellltlei coilectod bt tM is fllen Ills 55551115 1.11 ...anmlcIIsn of eucb bonds or metal vohicto tax antldpattan --. Rlr. a default will ben entered
... procodlna. slatS Itscol year end ot tM SI v.515 55 a 51555by eerNttcatal which can to Issued on AS I THE COUNTY JUDGE'S Hr against for the relief demanded
annual avoro** net tons" eatlclpofed: dur- 11.5 .....51555 555 55 lbs OSUSIp and behalf af any iLlnl district or lunar .... 5' Si OF Drawer Florida J
_..... ,. TM bondl fnoy bo MoiMtfonly .ISIS tM first Mvo yean at operation. el Ills 51115 555151 015,11.155 Ills sills tap district ta ninety percent log) of tM '. BRAFORDCOU 32601.. I the complaint or
upon approval ov a volo ol tM .Oe<.' new prelects, to be financed bond Issuod svSfan. sod I Hill''' 55 rstIrI annual which It determines, con to serviced .. I POBAT petition.
..... ol ... oonorat --.... to bo hold .InNooomoor. pursuant ta IMS. .uonctlon. shell be poyo- tlene secured by any Mitlin at lbs -second by the revenue accruing: to tMiimel ) FLRA Mr Jean Barry A* Ex
It7>. TM. pioiioi.d hiuoKO ol primadhy' ....! tIm afIdIrd 15111 and. pas ,..-allocated. enoer pusgraohIc district or lunior cMteee district. the Last Will and WI my bn and the
..... bond. plidtHii .... lull! lotm. SlIdCISdIt portals of me "second gas .lo." allocated .. ) l'>. Wo eucb toad 51,11 to wooed vii Jer tM prevliieni of ...., ememhiieiit. or ..\ I REEstateof CLABALAT- ex this 29th
ol ... slats In till principalamount. ta mot <_.. 5111555, 5 Moto. fiscal agency created by and pucb aehjrmkwllan shell to concluliillclietlin MM ki Te.1mt f Andrew Jackson .1 o
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*! tar Moto capital aroloct\ to amondsd. as It existed knnwttiel.lv beI Si Ills 551505 end 011- nemo af the slats board af education Me All creditors the Estate Flt September S
oovtronmontalty,. Ohtfon.rod Moot Slid ml Ills 511111511. 51501115 SlISCIlIS IiadlItSd 111115 5551155 by lbs ......... -- Si .11511 Is Isnuod for and .. 551.51" Si c 14 Clr 0 t Court
lUll million''' dollar, isouot oot) tar silts bY liii. vSisrancs as SlIt Si I till lbs 'lsnd San ... 55 ml too school beard af bw chill district .. ,lien CLARA LATRA. d 9/14 19 B Moody
svillSn al --po ....._ blInd Si 15.51155 SI Ills -
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oparoval or rotoctlon at tho gonorol otac* t5d IIIsrulal5 11151 555 1555115 ast N endilis 11505 11.50 55 lbs p011511 halt M risvlnil tor tM rnu101 ttone demands ELECTIONBe 9/7 4t
lion. M b* bold 'M MHiiimii. Itn.aoclloii pot loIs from axIMIng factubo coUectedta asaw --- labor
t.: TIlls oct OMM toko sOld Iii.msdtstsIy .515555 II kilerist$115 psrcsel os moy sIr be dnDIa outhorned ar 5 btstotute .. .......dll. etata Hscol year and at Ills stale board mall ta each yoorueo Ing against said Estate In U
a lam' Iissv.S. passed by a tree-IMms, vote oli Ills i..el niriii pat tan* aidlilfiilnleibig tMJjumW airtributobW pursuent .. _I" the County Judge I tt" Rclr
Ktlon I ol thn act shall bo ottocHv ..... 1,55.5 i of the _.......*. bonds I.. tM first fI... ysers of eporotiea. otbta 5115 IS Ills. cr5111 Si ml. III a f Florida. f S NOTICE OF
only upon aporovol by mo olseloti olPledging 5usd UrSuSnt IS 1115 sv *ectlon Idl 55ssitcts, Is Is f1.ancSd.. 5-0... 55s5Wsannl lifiiil district or .luMer coo_ .district. ..... County. I Od Florida do hereby APPUCnO'FR
ma Ml tail and crodlt ot Ills. iiiaH _.. 5S15U15 prImarIly from revenues Is 01.15 555.5155 11510 55 ...... only M bus toUewtng. manner and bl. order Mmdrod Court House at Starke that GENERAL TX lD
cia.. as pi'ovldod' by mat -,- II th*> .. prevkJed M Artt<. XII. SecHen ... olme p-kpaiBy tram SM pliitjit teHs and of priority: .111 "' within six (6) give notice a .
'Sly-ic. ol said bInds H .....-. portion. comfltunen. of UOS. as aminasd. and portions ef tb* "iicixl go* tax" 4tacal- S. T. eslillil StIll Ills -.t rSIllIlts Si 5.1 Us cae be held I Brad Sec. 1946.
I *f .Iii.. act Shall bo null and void.. M autlKii lied by low. moy be additionally ad is ml asy.dl xiiminh' III of ibIs iiiliiiLtlni Idl. 55 Uy from the d* f U ELCTO wl HEREBY .:
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secured by plidging IM tan faim and ( ao-- sOS0OIl 5. prmclpol aid I of St f F N01C I G.
CIai SMids tSrSaiSs. cridlt. of the etato without an __ .111 111-S >>.. 1551115 ....... 5505st a4.r15S' UI tax'Toatl..1 any -_ publication Tuesday t .
Jsnd 191 Wills aulharliod .by law. bonds Himdpunuanl .555----11I 01 .5455 iiblcia .potlanliblLli claim or demand must 0 first .In November. holder of GI JR U .:
A JOINT SOLUTION pInyssinl .n M Article, XII. SocHen Is. of the ."i 51 Ibis .5.1155111.. 55 51.55054. tmptlon, must state I -
aniondnwd; to Arttclo XII. Set_ Coootnutlooi to doMto IM pro.bonds 551,15 mld pulluSlI Is tIlls -"". XII. 1.51155 ... Si CJ5.151il SI 155 anttcssoMa 1 cert HI!cote s. es. and post D 11 t
sued on babotf at tM school beard .1 pa f.a for a tax deed to be Issued ;
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andor IM authority at Artlclo ,IX. bend addlHoneHy secured by" IM full __ed.Msly artara l51 _... ISIS of'MP.li such iLtieil district or board of trusthn a, au t tr Th* certificate .
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Set CoiMlbitto taU.
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.. N 51ll DV ml SI .. tl- UI 55 ml ....srIlIl (41 ....... ml cld ..sp. Si ml Linda J_ & :,
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:;;|; :&ii&fe:: ::: W: &:::-:::::::::::::;:i; ::::::::: :::;::(::::1:1:1::$ :::!::::::::::::(:::;}:::4hVi:: :;:ii:::nmrfi;:: :::: !:;: l ::::t$1rII:1:1rn: :::::!::: ;: :: :, !i Keystone PTA k Melrose Judoists Sweep!

r1'i 18[r First ,1----.1 State Championship 1 ides
:: Keystone Hilites I l.1 MS-" I:: Meeting

er 4734848. :::> Well Attended It .ppeared) to be Melrose Macdonald 10; and Scott Bass,

Day at the Orange Park Invitational 15.
MELROSE CHAPTER AARP MELROSE WOMAN'S CLUB Judo Tournament on SIlver medalists were Grady
There was a good turn-out Mrs. Albert Bachmann, president September 16. Thirteen of the Bostf, 10, and Tommy Schultz,
KEYSTONE BRANCH GARDEN CLUB fourth, with 160 strokes. for the first meeting of the The Sept. 21 of the Melrose Woman's 15 entries from Melrose were U. Bronze models were won
CLAY COUNTY LIBRARY OF THE LAKES Low putts was won by Vesta Keystone Heights School PTA, and business luncheonprogram : Club, attended: a Florida medalists in the event, which by Robert Suits, 6; LanU Lowery
Starting October I the new The Garden Club of the Lakes Alken with 32, and a tie for Thursday, Sept. 21. enjoyed by 100 members meeting at was the Federation State Board meeting Included Judo players from all 8, light-weight; Danny
hours; of the Keystone Library wW bold their next meeting second was won by Voncll Marvin Homer, president, Melrose Episcopal Parish In St. Petersburg Sept. 18-20. over the South. Fish, 8, heavy; Jim Boozer,
will/be as follows: Monday, on September 28 at 1 p.m. at Ketch and Martha Hayes. called the meeting to orderat House As President and She was accompanied by club Gold medalists were Jackie 10; Steve Hinson,. 14; and John
Wednesday, Friday and Satur- the home of Mrs. Leon Wagner Vista Alien entered two(birdies 8 p.m. and Introduced the Mrs. R.F. Simmons bad been members, Mrs. Paley Boyd ( > Rowland, 16.

.day, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tues- on the "Birdie Tree" and executive board members and ixpected: to be on vacation, Mrs. John Strawn, and Miss Mary McDonadgirlsmedlwn);; It was a beautiful sight to
day and Thursday, 1 p.m. to Mae Henderson added one for the various committee chairmen rhlch was delayed. Vice President Iva Milliard. Lane Lowery (age 6>: Eddie I see all the medalists on the
5p.m. BOWLING NEWS the d.,. Evelyn Helse also add award stand and also a creditto
Story hour for pre-school The Northeast Florida Travel ed a birdie, which: was herflrst President Homer asks for at Murray the Slpprelle prodded The club: is sponsoring a Defensive each of these young com-
:Mldren will start Monday, Oct. League, of which a local ever. Congratulations Evelyn! volunteers to work with the Mrs. Christine Crawford session. Driving Course, to be Committee To petitors who work so hard each
1, from 9 to 9:30: a.m. team is a member, startedthe At the end of the year, a prize executive committee which 17 new reported held at the club house from 2:30: Monday and Wednesday. There
A program for school age winter season bowling at will be given to the lady with meets each second Thursday the chapter and Joining to 4:30 p.m., starting October Re-elect Nixon were many proud parents in the
eight of the 17
boys and girls will start Thursday Halifax Lanes in Daytona on the most "Birdies." of the month and also said 3. These two-hour sessions stands cheering on the Mel-
afternoon, Oct. 5, from Sept. 10.DeWltt. that the executive board meeting fined the National AARP with will continue on Oct. 10, 17, Plans OpeningClay rose Judo Club. The club's
3:30 til 4 .and will continue C. Jones sponsors the NEW ARRIVAL is not a closed meetingand Francis P. Egan recruitment and 24. A fee of # $3 will .Instructor, George Bass, was
each Thursday thereafter.Let's local team with members from Miss Erin Redfearn 8 Ib. la open to teachers as chairman, handling this be charged and reservations named as the Tournament DI-
get together and discover the the.Keystone and Starke area. daughter of Mrs. Robert Red- well as PTA members. program. must be made In advance. Persona County Central Head- rector.

fun. of learning about other Gladys Tints represents Key fearn, arrived September 17 Coach Bayless announcedthat Those Joining National, as Interested may call 473- quarters of the Committee to The Melrose Club Invites everyone -
countries through stories and stone Heights on this team. at 9 p.m. at the University every second Thursday, the well as the local Chapter were 4189, 473-3219, or 475-1974. Re-elect the President will have In the area to come
crafts. October's country will Neoma Nelson of Stark had Medical Center. Booster Club will meet at the Mr and Mrs. Jerry and Mattie This is a national program and its grand opening at 10 a.m. and visit during the workouts.
be Great Britain. high game of 190 and also high Erin makes the seventh school, and membership dues Balden Mrs. Helen Cash, Mr. has much new Instruction due Saturday In Orange Park. Anyone between the ages of
series of 657 with the local granddaughter of the W. Huntley are $5 per family. He then and Mrs. Will and Macle Allen, to new regulations of highway six and 60 may Join. Judo Is
Redfearn, Srs.Congratulations. Introduced the Varsity; football Mr. and Mrs. and Helen traffic.
team having total pins of 3592. Larry Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Sand- an Olympic sport and is the
to Barbaraon players who played hosts with Renz, all of Melrose Mrs. The first fall meeting and
KEYSTONE HEIGHTSWOMAN'S The Travel League plans a ; chairmen and third largest sport of all ama-
ridge campaign ,
glrll' refreshments after the meet- luncheon of the club will be held ,
CLUB game In Jacksonville at Gator a fine baby ,Josephine Smith of Hawthorne, Robert Houston Democratic teur events.
The executive board meet- Lanes on October 8. ing. and Mrs. Henrietta Babb, of on October 3 at 12 noon. chairman, will host the open Judo also teaches discipline,
CAKE DECORATING Charles Rider, Principal, Introduced Waldo.
ing of the Keystone Woman's sportsmanship, self control
house at the headquarters
COURSE TO BEGIN each of the 38 teach- Members of National AARPa FELLOWSHIP CLUB
Club will be held Tuesday, STICKLERWOLFEENGAGED building located at the south- Mid respect, besides being a
Oct. 3, at 10 turn at the Club For those wishing to don ers that are teaching this year. ( requirement of Chapter Game-Fun and Get Acquaint. east of Highway 17 and wonderful conditioner sport.
house.A Trooper and Mrs. R. JV. their aprons and chef hats, The question about the new membership) Joining on the ed Day will be held at the Lions KIngsley corner Ave.Volunteers. The club Is composed of members -
luncheon card party will StrIckler of Lake Como Announce there will be a six-week courseIn school to be built was raised 21st were Mrs. Gladys Jen-' Club today (Thursday, Sept. 28)) who live In Melrose, l Hawthorne -
be held on Oct. 6 with Edith: the engagement of their cake decorating starting Oct- from the floor and Clay County nlngs of Hllicrest, Mr. and at 1:30.: Ed and Lillie Roberts Keystone, Palatka, and
Addy and Mrs. T.. H. Crutch- daughter, Elise Irene, to William ober 16 7 Electric 10 p.m., School Board member, Rich- Mrs. Marrison and Marian will have charge of the entertainment from the Orange Gainesville.
field as hostesses. M. Wolfe, Jr., son of at the Clay building. ard Lovern said the reason Batchelder, Keystone Heights; and social hour. Park, Green Cove Springs, Key- Guests from Oils area attendIng -
There will be an open house Mr. and Mrs. William Wolfe, A fee of $20 will Include: the school had not been started Mr. and Mrs. William and Llllla President Lester Sheets will stone Heights, Penney Farms, the tournament were: Mr.
coffee. and business ''meet-' Sr., of Keystone Heights. registration and all supplies.The was a lack of funds. He Brown, Mrs. EleanorJohn- have a report on the program and MIddleburg area head- and Mrs. David Lowery, Mrs.
Ing on October 10 at 10 a.m. The bride-elect is a grad- class Is limited, so hurry urged everyone to go to the ston, and E.R. and Virginia for the club's luncheon meet- quarters will be on hand to Hose Fish, Mr. and Mrs. La-
at the Woman's Club. All mem- uate of Crescent City Junior- down to the Keystone State polls In November and vote Simmons, all of Melrose; Mrs. Ing on October 12, featuring a greet visitors. Mrs.Vera Ger- von Lowery, Mrs. Mike Schultz,
bers are urged to attend. Senior High School and St.Johns Bank and register. for the constitutional amend- Juanita Hawkins, and Mrs. Josephine speaker on Birds of Florida. vin, of Orange Park, Is serving Mrs. Gary Bostlck, Mrs. Row
River College.The ment which allows a county: to Smith, of Hawthorne; as county volunteer chairman.: land, Mrs. Phil Parsons, and
CLAY COUNTY 4-H''' groom Is a graduate of DUPLICATE BRIDGE pledge the construction money and Mr. and Mrs. Patrick and COMMUNITY CHURCHThe All Interested persons are Mr. and Mrs. Macdonald.
The first week In Octoberhas Keystone Heights High School Winners of the duplicate allocated by the state. He also Lucile Kelly Interlachen. Youth Fellowship meetsat Invited to attend the open house, Want to get in shape and
been declared National 4- and has received an associate bridge game played Tuesday, stated that our school showed Indications were that chapter 7 pun. each Sunday. and campaign material will be learn a terrific sport Then
H Week. There will be an a- in science degree from St..Johns Sept. 19, at the Melrose Wo- a 15% attendance increase this membership has almost out- Pastor Stewart McCord leadsa available for distribution. loin the' Melrose Judo Club.
wards banquet on October 5 River College. man's Club were1.First; Mr. year with the overall county grown the facilities of the meet- Bible Study session each
at the Green Cove High School, The wedding Is planned for and Mrs. Jim Pierce with showing only a 12% Increase. big room. This is an encouraging Tuesday from 9:30: to 10:30:
starting at 6:30 November 25 at the First Methodist 47-1/2 points; Second, Mrs. W. President Homer closed the sign that older people desire a.m. Everyone Is cordially in- I
: p.m.
J. Grollck and Mrs.F.T.Hague urging all parents and vited.
The 4-H'ers will be receiv- meeting, to be together and exercise KEYSTONE MELROSE
ing ribbons, medals and trophies Church in Palatka. with 43 points; Third, Mrs. guardians to Join the PTA. A their rights and Interest The Sacrament of Communion -
V. Mrs. C. will be to the will be observed the
A. $10 prize given through group programs. .
for their work withr38V
outstanding of LADIES GOLF ASSN. W. Hardy 2 points;; room which shows 100% participation Mrs Martha TenEyck suggested morning service on October I 1. BUSINESS DIRECTORY
and recognition attendance.
The second week of the R. Fourth Mrs. Roland Bryan and In Joining the PTA. a project for various Interest -
The has not
Keystone area Walker Tournamentwas C. Horne with 35-1/2
Lindsay Mrs. V. groups so members can PERSONALSThe
been well In the
represented played September 21 with Bible Club William Phone have returned -
4-H field, but Mrs. Prevatt points. get together in programs of horticulture -
stated she has plans and hopes 13 girls participating.After civic activities, art. from their annual fall FIS" R IAN'S SIJPI'I.IKS lIARIiV1RE-CIRLIEN) \ ( ,
for leadership in the two rounds, Voncll KEYSTONE HIGH SCHOOL Starts Oct. ''3 sewing, etc. Several signed up visit.and business trip to LeRoy,
Ketch is In the lead with 142 GARDEN CLUB for'this, and Mrs. TenEyck will Kan. SUA'' 'S e HARDWARE
Keystone area. strokes, with Vesta Alien run- The high school Garden Club The New Life Bible Club be.''able to report at the next Mr. and Mrs. Ed Roberts of iI yiW
There will be
an organizational ning a close: second with 144. was organized September 19 sponsored by the Children's meeting on October 19. Bedford Lake were feted on D
meeting in the near fu- Mae Henderson is in third place with the following officers elec- Bible Mission Inc., will start Forth-six members have already the occasion of his birthday Fish =TTStuff GARDEN CENTER

ture. with 155, and Evelyn Heise, ted: JoAnn McDowell, presi- Tuesday, Oct. 3, for one hour signed up for the trip while visiting their Ion and Live
dent; Angela Payne, vice presi- each week after school. It will to Disney World which is the wife and daughter Patty, the Bait A complete line of Hdw.

'" nn. '" dent; Edith Belk secretary; be located In the New Life capacity; of the larger bus. Ed R. Haglers at Ocoee Fla. Criek.ts.Shinne".Worms I'M '"
Kim Belk, treasurer; Jackie Children's Chapel at the cor- Jerry May of Melrose is chairman On an earlier visit their son MinnowsTACKLERODSREELS \ ire' 'i>

Downie, reporter. ner of Magnolia and Pecan and reservations will be took them to Disney World. I'lumliliic: I lcclric.il' SUIH(>

Mrs Miller Wrinkle of the Streets in Keystone. accepted for the next month. If Mr. and Mrs. Egan have received f.ro-'lunt'; I frtll7cit! .
Garden Club of the Lakes, gave The activities will be singIng -' enough sign up by the 19th, a an Interesting letter FISHING & HUNTING Insecticide
t a talk on future projects,.one ,-,Bible stories and drills, second bus will be engaged. from Louie and Dell Kyle, former LICENSES vAMMUNI. !;
f1k being the creation of exhibits missionary projects, contestsand The Trallway Bus will leave Keystoners now living in TION''' |ICE Hwy 21 H. 230 yds From

,, t tv.4sd for the Florida District Gar- prizes, and many other at 7 a.m. on Friday, Nov. 10, Torrence, Calif. Mr. Kyle was ;Keystone Hgtsl j 473.4357 Light
s den Show on October 6. events for children from grades from the Melrose Parish House, hospitalized last. spring, but Keystone Hgrs. 4733663IKLKVISIOVMK
It was decided that the advanced 1 one and up, under the direction Payment of $11 must be madeto Is better now, and they both en- FIJKMTTKKniKTSlake( ?: (;

Homemaking .classy ?. -of Misses: 'Bell and.Thomp-!! ; Mr,' May' on .the 19th In' Joy ..grandchildren,, who : : : KIM: \II)

..... I woul4'ifak0tarrangement.' and' 801'1..u order?U). complete: negotiations:',, visit them frequently. Mr. Kyle ... Geneva ..
rr R havd < 4k6etl'to Fbr-more''Information."rott- for'tte"&lpC-"t:: unches'"m37'be'; was'feted1 oW' htrf-'SStn'Mrthdar TV Service Center
enter' in' the District ShowIn tact.,the. above. named at 473-. had-,from *1. u.,,$6, and are not recently,' with a party givenby
Jacksonville. 4782. Included In the $11 fee The his daughter Furniture M-ro-_..

time element will allow for five Word was recently received
ALTAR SOCIETYOn or seven attractions. from Mrs. Alma Frost, a former Gift & Candle. Shop TV.STER01sI:1Ql'11Cj'I
Monday morning, Sept. 18, who '.,
ery.Mr. Older people, who may be Keystoner, reports
the ladles of St. Williams Altar and Mrs. Dick Durbin worried about so much walking that she Is on a trip to Barns- CAR AND PORTABLE
Society held their initial enjoyed six days in Orlando, will be Interested to know that table on Cape Cod for a visit : ;JuIF'I'1' TAPE DECKS

meeting of the 1972-73 seasonin mixing business with pleasure. benches are placed all about the with friends. She lives with her
Dick took a short course for Furniture; !Fin COMMERCIAL ANDRESIDENTIAL
the church Mrs.Ralph Bos Every
annex. grounds for rest periods, and brother and family near
the Real Estate Brokers Exam
Naples, president, was happyto wheel chairs are available for ton. Those And Purse
and then the state exam while
!$ ti a see 26 members and pro-' Martha went along fur a rest rent. I Anyone wishing more Information $.. Our Condi :display AIR CONDITIONING
M k Y spective members In attendance and shopping. about the trip may iM.I.Si ""'. \ il'l':
call Mr.fay: at Melrose 475- Skeet Range Hwy. 100 E. Lake Geneva",
A nursery will be In oper- Richard Murrhee is home I Mi. East of K.ysron. H jts.HKM. i\r.I SIMMIIKIUMS( ": ; ,

ation at the October meeting, from Jacksonville Memorial 1581.The following three members Is Dedicated! ESTTE'i 4(,:iI; 1
which will be of Interest to Hospital after being hospitalized were elected to be the nomina- : !. :
children. for tests. Hope you are Bj SportsmenThe ,JlliKIl! !'. '1f1\1"( "
mothers of
Some of the Best News young ting committee: Donald McRae,
feeling better, Richard.
The October 16 meeting will Richard T. L
Wilcox chairman; Walter Greaves and ovornilnt IIJ sell jour Vohileilrme'
Mr. and Mrs. John ,
Appears First in a Book also Include a lesson In altar entertained with a cookout at Jerry May. "' If you have u bujcr.Mobile ,

flower arrangements. their home on Saturday, Sept. It was reported that Mrs. new, regulation skeet Red. I Real hsutu:" Brlllcr : Home l Hrokcrs will
Take this happy young lady, for instance. She's 16. Among the guests were Mr. Ethel Welch, director member range, recently completed by uriungi<<; M.I./ / financing and
already spreading'the all around town about PERSONALS and Waldo committee memberon the Keystone Heights Sports- insurance details for u bro
: news and Mrs. Larry Russell, Mr.
Janice Baits and Arlene Recruitment, has been hos man's Club, was dedicated last LAKE PROP ERTU kerugefcerfl0'oftkescllingRESIDENTIAL ') :
where she's going to college this fall. Actually this and Mrs. Greg Henderson, Mr. '
Brown have returned after pitalized. Her address Box Saturday afternoon as a high- : price. I lor more Information
good news was'" first written in the pages of a and Mrs. Harry Hazen Mr. 182, Waldo light of the first annual Na- J cull
weekend In -
the .
savings! bank book; in which each deposit entered spending with Mrn. Bart's son and and Mrs.Mrs. Richard Floyd Baker Tuller,, Mr.and tional Hunting & Fishing Day BUSINESS ACREAGE MOBILE HOME BROKERS

was a firm step forward to her goal! and his bride, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Al WhlsUer. celebration.Cutting the ribbon to APPRAISALS RT. 1 BOX 350 J

You: too, can read some "good news" about college Jeffery Batts. Bobby Drake 'arrived home open
** Vote ** the range was James (Windy) Keystone Hgts. 473-3254 MELROSE, FLORIDA 32666
for your child in' the pages or your savings bank Mr. and Mrs. Bob McNIvenof for two weeks' leave on Sept.' Windham of Jacksonville, a
PHONE 475.1751
book! First step is to set up a systematic savings Holiday, Fla. have been Eli-recent 21. During his tour in the Navy, member of the Game & Fresh Edna Kncppcr; Assoe.
of Mrs.
house guests aboard the L'SS Butte, he has
Water Fish Commission
plan designed to accumulate. necessary funds zabeth Grosberg.Mrs. visited Spain, Greece, Italy, COMMUNITY CHURCHWOMEN 473.4111
the celebration.
was a guest at
when the time comes. Then follow through with Howe has arrived -
Margaret France and Turkey. It's niceto The Community Church Wo- The range was built by the
your deposits according to schedule: and the after a three-week visit see you home, Bobby! men will hold their monthly club members on their leased Martha Durbin, AII c.

news lei sure to be good! i with her friend Mrs. Helen Mucky Brokaa certainly had a meeting at I p.m. Monday, Oct. property at the Keystone Air- 473.3362 LEONARD'SOUTBOARD

Walters, In Clearwater. cheering section from Keystonethis 2, at the educational building. port. It is valued at $6,500,
BANKMember Frank Melba and Barry D- past weekend. He plays The program chairman has but by donating their labor, BE.MTV SHOPNeW\
had a fun-filled football for the University of
gen planned a fine program for the the members built It for ap- SHOP
Clearwater Beach where they Tenn. and they played Auburn meeting given by Mrs. Ray
proxlrately $4,000. It will be
F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights Fla. enjoyed fishing, swimming and Sept. 23. Johnny Martin, Jim- Farris, a member of the Wo- available for use by the public *
trying out their new boat. my McMurtry and David La- man's Society Most of the Circles Beauty Style Shop
and a schedule will be
announced -
"Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly Mrs. Henry Schuber Is home Vallee left on Friday and are studying the women later.

Community. now following surgery at the Alex and Stephan Brokas left of the Bible and Mrs. Farris Twelve prizes were awardedIn "
Medical Center in Gainesville.We F or a
early Saturday morning to has chosen "Our Responsibility the annual fishing contest
wish her a speedy recov- cheer Mucky to victory. of Women" for her
pro- with the top award going to 'lovelier"' yau" Johnson Motors
Timmins hosted Phi
Tim a Mr. Loper for his 12 pound,
Delta Theta rush party at his It wilt be an Interesting and 8 oz. black bass. i- SALES & SERVICE
parents' home on Lake Geneva. Informative topic, comparingthe About 300 persons attended Phon. 475.2211 n
PHONESBus. About 75 young people were women of today with the this first celebration which GLASTRON ANDCHECKMATE
present for a great time of women of the Bible. will be held annually on the Between K.ystop.w BOATS

473-4006 swimming, skiing, etc. Your circle will appreciateyour fourth Thursday in Septem- Heights ...
The Al Watsons have returned attendance and support. ber. and Melr..e. Keystone Heights, Flo.
Nine 473-4572 from a few days vaca-
N. tion In North Carolina. They ROTARY CLUB )
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enjoyed golf away from the Don Morgan, president of the
heat and these awful "love Keystone Heights Sportsman'sClub
Bill spoke at the Rotary Club
and Betty Scales have last Friday, giving an Interesting
returned from a fabulous Vacation account of Ms recent hunt- DOWNTOWN KEYSTONE HEIGHTS

In the New England states Ing trip to Alaska.
and Canada. They made a visitto This was one of several huntIng PKG.
H.B.D Niagara Falls among other expeditions that Don has
points of interest. The only made to Alaska and he now has 29 OLEO .11 1 1PORK
thing wrong with vacations, Is eight of the 12 major game GAIN REG.394 LB.
they don't last long enough! trophies. This time he and his

The Beelars, Massas, Beams party hunted for Dall Sheep,
CARPETSFine and Sunderlands enjoyed an and Don returned with a fine
overnight boat trip up the Su- set of horns to add to his 1L f PEPSI 6 QTS. 9 9.
wannee River last weekend. collection: Interesting color
This may be the end of the slides were shown to Illustrate Loin Roast LB. COLAS PLUS DEP.

boat trips until next summer his talk.
At Wholesale Prices
Quality Carpets U.S. NO. 1


NAME BRAND AS LOW AS' YARD Keystone Ht. .c73. 816 Bonnie and Frank Jones, of This Weeks Bonus Buys

Keystone Heights, wish to express -
Located 1 Ml!* East Of Traffic Light'On Hwy. RENTALS friends for the prayers, cards,

Hts. letters visits and kind deeds .69Limic
100 Ktyjton during their Illness at home COFFEE LB.

Mr.. M1b 1l..n 4734740Col. We are now at Rest Haven In .

Watch For (grand Opening 'L.4ch.l..J.C..ln.ton4'J.43'Y C.. : mMi< ] Gainesville from our, friends and welcome visIts One with 15.00 Food Order Up

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CLASSIFIED AD RATES United Farm INSURANCEAT OPENING SPECIAL I suitable for cattle. Improvedor

ELIZABETH GIVENS WALKER Deadline for Insertion MondayS Agency Inc. REDUCED RATES unimproved. State price and
p. m. preceding Thursday "FREE" GREASE JOB description. \Write I K. Dlnkla

DELL CHAPTER OES before publication. Rea. Real Estate Broker AUTO, FIRE, BOAT WITH EACH TUNE-UP 11042 Scott Mill Road, Jacksonville -

"The Feast of the Five Ta- DOYLE E.CONNERINSURANCE. Florida 32217.
Minimum Chars- J.75 Paul & Irene Faulkner LAKI GENEVA (Work Guaranteed) ,
bles" will be presented Saturday ,AGENCY 4tp 10/6
night, Sept. 30, at 8:30: In (Covers 15 worcu) ASSOCIATES MOBILE HOME
the RJE cafetorlum. A dona- Each word over 15. 8C 206 S. Water :Strict tchg. B-B GARAGE

tion will be taken and a gala tork., JFIo. 964.5065 SAilSPHONE WANTEDUsed furniture! re.frberstors -,
All Classified Ads must be WANT TO washers..- **t
affair will be enjoyed by all SELL OR 12"' .Formerly Thompson
AND 24 Wll)8S
who attend. The public Is Invited paid for In advance unless BUY REAL ESTATE nter's Discount; .House tf/cftg.

to witness/ this fine talent. you have established that Call U. For Best Price 473.4320 ,.fIIIIiJI'C' 2Mi. North StarkeOn
with The Telegraph, In ;
event SOd extra charge for Pr.o pect Waiting Stan ON'ROUTEMOOKey ... H_ U. S. 301 LINOLEUM FLOOR Covering

NAACP OFFERS billing. Not responsible for atone Heights; fit. 6x93.19:9x12$5,8;
TWO SCHOLARSHIPS errors when given over the SINGLES DOUBLE WIDES 24 Hr. Service 112 x 12 $1L50; 12 X 13. only

The Bradford County Chap- phone or when copy Is not FOR SALE-Two bedroom house tixpondo: Rooms & Add $14.93 Dahmer'DISCowt
ter of NAACP loaned a help typed; and brought to the of- in City. Furnished or unfur FOR S\LE- Used Mobile home, On Rooms Day 964-5853 colors. t.

ing hand to the tune of $150in fice. nished. Reasonable price for easy financing 473-4320. tfchg tfchg.&OTS.

scholarships to each of two - cash. 9647043. 2tp 9/28 Free delivery and sit up

BUS graduates, class of 1972. 100 Night9645183 FOR SALE Starke 'COT; !
These two ladies. Miss
young AUTOMOTIVELAWN tt Country Club, ready for
available Oct. 1 1. Large storage ,
Call Randolph of Starke and BANK FINANCINGNWY
MOWER & building on
Miss Ruthell Smith of Lavrtey $1.75 per inch space show room and of approximated 12acre
2 Inch minimum $3.50 fices. Parking In 528S. 17 Lots area
are currently enrolled at Vo- rear. MOTORCYCLE North Green Cove Paved roads
A B. Ronnie L. Auston has
Walnut Street. Call Mrs.
lusla County Junior College and ----- REPAIR Tel. 784.5001.264.7311 Lew's only 3 minutes from town.
just completed his basic trainIng -
Ed Prevatt 9647467. 2tp 10/5
Santa Fe Junior College respec- at Lackland Air Force Base Eaves Shell .Calf 984-7701: 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
tively. Memorials Resolutions Proclamations UCng
Texas and is now stationed at 'htankn FOR SALEBaby bassinet Welding Shop
We wish for them a success- Card of used
ful journey In furthering their Chanute AFB, Illinois.. He Is Minimum one week $10. Baby carry-all & Garage
$4.00 up to 50 whispering Pines Motel
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert SEWING FOR SALE Coastal
education. For only through a words. Each word over 50- seat $1.00. Walker $3.00. Call -- hay,
closer walk and true serviceto Auston of Lawtey. 964-5967 after 5 ptm. Itp 964-8867 US 301) S. Phone Out of barn or out.ot.the fjeld

God a good education anda MACHINE Registered Angus calves. Ph*
capacity to think for our- CHURCH NEWS FARM MART BUILDING SUP- 'WE" NOW HAVE diamond Tr*.... '. 964-82'52.
It4 White
Ebenezer Baptist Church 964- J. B. tfchg
PLYhas opening for 2 UTILITY TRAILERS .
selves independently are we ware dies for make or model Sales and Service .
Rev. Davis Weekly any;
Leroy pastor.
going to be able to overcomeand Pay For Classified house men, one truck driver stereo player.Dahmer's Discount CUSTOM BUILT '
services: Tuesday night, BIble PFAFF
and one office girl. Call 964- ELNA
be recognized as a race lYE GIVE SERVICEWe
House tf/chg
Class with Rev. Davis tea- Ads In Advance
8917 for Interview. GAS AND ELECTRIC
of being somebody.MR. Itchg New Homes results!'List your property fc?
cher. Thursday ,night Prayer
I Increased roots have madeit WELDING I BRAZING Call
sale ic. us. today.BILLTOWELL -
Meeting. Sunday.School. 9:45: ; for this newspaper :-x:::::>;-::; ;. ': .y ".'J."i-of.o-: ;: ;'* WHITE BROKERT9646464 .
Morning 501'1'F.8.at(' U. with the lo clarify Its pretcnt 'or1964-6810.
Junior Choir In charge. BTU rata and adopt new one for FACTORY HELP NEEDED 1 $49:50 lip TRAILER HITCHESINSTALLED tf/chg

at 5 p.m. Evening Service, 7 .
the publication ef classifiedadvertisements
pjn. Part & Repairs; a, - -
In Us columns. -
all oth.r Make Mae
Greater Allen Chapel AME All advertisements ef this @ Owen Joist of F lor I ldo, Inc. needs dependable able chines.NATIONAL. I LONGCHAMPHome I

Church Rev.'-'C. E. Jenkins nature mutt be 'paid. In advance bodied factory help. No experience necessary.. 'INTERESTED) IN BUVJJSU(:,OKJKLLlNG. I

pastor. Sunday School, 10 ajn. unless established work : nniBuildinJtI,
Morning Lovefeast, 11 a.m. }+ overtime, fringe benefits., :
monthly account Is maintained '
Communion Service, 5:30 p.rru I' Materialsk''WE
with this newspaper.Malllnr 611 W. Univ.I Ave: CONTACTOECRGE
Our church and pastor's anniversary and bookkeeping I IF YOU ARE WILLING TO WORK APPLY I ''
will V begin Sunday Gainesville Florida BUILD'j -
coils have advanced, making :: .
Oct. 1 I. and will end Sunday, It necessary te make this I 4378-1355 VoOr' Plan Or Our. I

Y Oct. 8, at 3 pm." The Stewardswill adjustment.It + JOIST ; ZEAL: ESTATE Your Lot Or Ours" ,
have charge Monday night.
Elder Wiillamapastop of the I. much preferred thai I AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER PHONE 964.7826 fRpE ESTIMATES 'II
A1 Church of God In Christ, and classified. dverihilnc b-t t t.T
Lincoln Romndelino Repairsv
r City Road Monday through
congregation will have charge. placed In person rather than Friday I
.BILL GARDNERHouv Tuesday night. the Trustees will !by telepbo_." as to avoid. 7:00: A.M. To 5:00: P.M. TF 'ller Brown 421W.. MADISON ST. '_ t Additions '
be in charge. Wednesday night error. f f :::::*::>;* :::::::::::::.:' % mm ;I8IJ1? .8i>.s: j Home Bought > Sold

the Stewardess Not.1 1 and 2, and Traded

Rev. Levy Lennon will render WANTED TO BUY, furniture ACREAGE FOR SALE
to FRAME HOME Lots of living .
services. Thursday, night Choir'No. P.H.C. SPORTS WARE sew- 964-8088. tfchg : 964-4353
1 will be In,charge. Fri- machines CARLBE66S area. Very nice and closeto
day night, the Ushers and Missionaries ing and adjusted$5.00., cleaned Across oiled from, Volkswagen Starke. 3BR large living Hwy: 301 S. StarkeSWINdlMAC111NE3

will,conduct. Sunday Gulf Servlca room, separate dining room'
I Starke Builders
a Supply.
buy Itp SAVE
a special service will be held $ $ New A Vied & kitchen; front porch and back

and at 3 P.IU. (be.Junior Church MOBILE HOME and house for Used Parts Sales lenlce porch.Approx. I ml. from city. : cleaned /

will close out #.bcelebration: rent furnished. Quiet neighbor- J-HE FINEST SELECTION OF FUD"DAVISBUICK. Approx. I acre.BILL.POWELL.BROKER. oiled and adjusted In your home,,';

HearingAidae with a clan ,",uislcal. Each hood. Call after 2 p.m. 782- 1 MI. North of Tire M.IIGAINESVILLE $5.: Vacuum Cleaner; repairs j

member at the close Is of asked.to the 4rlve. $10 3279. Itp USED CARS PONTIAC also. All work.' guaranteed.Dennis .. _

In this whole E. Coggins, phone 431-
area '
WANTEDCashier and wait TRUCKS"A 96'4-6.rn--. -" ''lU .tfchg.
Greater Bethlehem .FreeWin
ress. Apply in person Longhorn 24 Hr* Wrecker Service/ LITTLE RIDE CAN SAVE .n .
j Baptist Church, Rev. Jasper -
.'U fa able to Restaurant. 10/19
your dude H a 4tp Ur
1 l.ll you whether or not you need Williams pastor. Monday USED PARTS' 'YOU A LOT"GREEN FOR RENT- bedroom furnished -
.1 a hearing(Id. night Choir No. 3 and Ushers DISTRICT SALES !
for COVE Also furnished
manager cottage.
Board No. 2 will meet. Tuesday Hwy.JO 1 H, Waldo WAYNE DOUGLAS .
the Fla. Times Union paper apartments. W. H. Nollman.tfchg .
a* lo a reputable Hearing. AM night, Cholr Ok.1 (Senior working Starke and Lake But- 468-1998 .ASSOCIATE XJiSEJDSALES
2 Center.Authomed Norelco Haar Choir) will mee.t",(AVednesda,} ler area. Male 21.38 .
Ins A.d Dealers are thoroughly years 'SAVE
I trained and experienced' 'In all eight Prayer,.Meeting. Thursday old, own car, good salary plus J- NEW X-ll Reducing Plan, 42 964-6593 .. /
I Pi. ,
IOh.... ol letting titling and night Ladles/.Circle/. will car allowance. Call 1-800-342- The**long Tablets $3.00. Money Back PARTS

J servamghearing.od.. meet at home of Mrs. Mary 2709 ext. 4134 or call collect P'J.on.'Orlh Guarantee. Koch,\ Drug Store. SERVICE

j' 0 Hava lha deals' tail your ..... McCloud.Band will Friday"meet tight at home, Prayer of 264-6849 after 8 pjn. Itp O.C. CarnesNuraery ,. We now handle air lint 9tp.-11/9 SECRET--Lose Water Weighti Deep and Shallow W.IIjWater

3 Ins. It.. a-and "'. vary tlnvpla. Mrs Bernice Reed. Saturday, Thousands of.Plant tickets, cruises; end tours. bloat,Pills etc. XPul 'Softnert and
You ".'.n to sounds and wa HOUSEKEEPING rooms. Cometo ,only
make an nudioram..which I 10 a dinners will be sold from the Underwood Motel 301 North. Fruit Trees Shade Trees, We offer a special 1 package FOR RENTSmall 2 bedroom, Water $3. Money FiltersPlumbing .
picture of your hearing 10........ kitchen. Sunday, services will 9647139. Evergreens Camellias, furnished house. 746 N. Wal Back Guarantee.Koch
Itp .
From this pattern wa can fit yaw Tour ef Net/" Drug Store. 12t/chg -ll/2
begin with Sunday School at Azaleas. Roses nut St. Call 964-7444 or 964- Supplies
with a hairing aid to help correct
your individual problem. 9:30. Morning service at 11. FOR SALE- Argentina Hay. A. West to cne .* Plant AnyitmeLANDSCAPING & Disney World 5070. Itp EXPERT SERVICE ON
Dinner will be served at 12:30.
B. Whitehead Jr. Call 964- Call 9447449TOWN FOR SALE1971 Honda
leak at the varlaut' kind, *.*near- League at 4 pjn..Evening Service 5630 after 8 10/5 .
4 Ing alda-from standard body 6 pun. p.m. 2tp 9*ML ..11:. ef Stark. Hwy.' XMrieraheme FINANCE CO. $600. Call 9648928. 4tp PHONE 964.7061DURRANCE)
modal to the new Norelco' "... Uf 1SS 10/5
hind tha Car" modal which has FOR SALEHorses.. See Mer- P.O. JIMMY MOORS.
17 dilfarent acoustical adjuat-/ SesameCucumbers rill Criffis Grtffls' Loop, Box 2UK. Temple 1 SUN SPORTS FOR SALEAKC registered
m.nlllo. the most accurate lit
ting yet deviled. Starke, Fla. 9646767. Itp ROUTE SALESMANLiving In German Shepherd pups 5 PUMP & SUPPLY CO.

Starke Fla. 5 days week.Seven "NEVER used anything like It," I 1160RE BOA'CFOn males 2 females; silver gray.

Send for mere camplet Infafmatlon. CUTTER for apparel plant. paid holidays per year. Free say users of Blue Lustre car- May be seen at 318 LafayetteSt. Moved North
5 .We will b." happy, to tanfl Prefer experienced cutter, but life and hospital Insurance.Uniforms pet cleaner. Rent electric YOtrn.IIONB1'Stadt. or phone 964-8017. Sire 5 Blocks
you our booklet. 'h..ld.SIOFI/ I Tnb'npoon' wmiintf.sill l li 864 N. Ave.
will consider mature individual and dam on premises. 3tp
a furnished.
of Nerve Deafneaa" as well\ as Company retirement shampooer $1. Devrlck Inc., J Ph M44T91Complete "
detailed, information on the many litbltHDoon sugar( ;> to train for a skilled per program.Starting salary Builders Hardware Supplies, 9/28 ,
Norelco Hearing' Aid. I 11 I luni>m>n nail manent Job. Above average pay $116 per week for 40 hours. Starke Fla. Phone 9646163. Outboard A

IiIt/ Opttonmonosodiumglutamat. and other benefits. Apply Cadillac Increase In salary each 3 mo.
Drift Service
,no! ': Brown. Stern 'FOR RENT12 wide Mobile MARTIN CAMPERSU.S.
( Uniform Co. 411 E. until top pay reached ApplyIn WANTEDStarke Motor Court
Repair. Complete Flbej- homes outside city limits. J. B,
flfore/co ;
1 teaspoon cornstarch lee St. Itchg person. National Linen Ser- full time maid. Apply In -
person : ... CustomWill and Lynn White. Ph. 964-9114 90'W. Lake
2 Tablespoons wujj-r, vice, 354 Park Jacksonville, Itp ( Repair. at, City
Cam In new lar yeur free Hearing TellGAINESVILLE 1/2/ cup vinegar III', r' FOR SALE1967 Falcon new Fla. An Equal.Opportunity Em- .J' .. Fiberglass 1+1abInjtEeat. or 964-8799. K no answer I Ph'dti' ,'752.3)23
fop) call 964-8874. tfchg .
tires, radio and heater clean, ployer. Itchg : ")
2 Medium FI.rlid.tCMJ.! umbvni.unpured. FOR SALE50 New Hampshire ... :
excellent condition, $495.00 Far B." Selection Of
-------- Red hens Phone 782.3625 after
Hlicydr",vry thinly Phone 9646929. Itp LOST OR STRAYEDYoung 1
twee 5 Itchg '
1/2/ cup Florida pvlrry<< TRAVEL TRAILERSMINI.HOMES.
1 female dog reddish brown.Answers FRONT UtttS
finf ly chopped FOR SALE- CB 160 Honda. Ex- to name Doll Baby. REWARD TRAILER for 2 4 WATER ,
-- sale 12x60. .NUGENT ELECTRIC FOR SALk
1aooaga cellent condition. Daytime call leading to her recovery bedroom. 9648733. Itp 4 O> Crosby Lcke.ana OMejbgr', TRUCK CAMPERS
---, Toast sesame itnediffn. moderate 964-5289 ask for Joe. Night dead or alive. Call Mrs Barn- Service lake,: Canal. X anal. '.' $0' flwt AND TOPPERSFull
(35U'') F. about I 5minutn. 9648336. Price $275.00 ItpFREEWHEELING hill 4755238. Itp ;
own ( ,
50 Starke. 40 acres .'wide8 feet deep) J.dcat.d't.i.I'
.. _._J Combine nextI 1 IntfreditNit acres near Residential And Line Of Parts And
f :Santa Road 100/4. miles West(
i. in good tfmberIOacre..leandwith .
waOwwatatI- ---1 In sauce. pan. Blendin FOR SALE1970 Mobile Home nice 3 bedroom home Commercial Wiring of Starke. Fla. Ideal peer race' ServiceSALESPARTS

HEAR_ water then:vhtennr. Cook r 12 x 60, 3 br. 1-1/2 bath. $200 does cottage.'mobll< ( i e oriwr ;
.Additional Outlets-
und stir until mixture come 1I equity; Call after 1 p.m. 964-
AID CO. to a boil. Continue cookinK Iminul. 5052. Itp 3 BR frame, completely' Air Conditioning :-rt'at'U.; t200

2mN.w.131tA.ha1i .. Add sesame need I modeled, very ,nice, Lawtax Hookups _mad $34,00 ntbotller I .*C.. e ,ffi)

-afhapliaaC.sdw and cool. Sprinkle cucumber NEEDEDLady two days per) Trailer Pole Meters > >ia Cl1/2 S aim,...Ip5r.e7Can ..

M..tTeWnl.. with rait. Combing with celery. week for light house work. 950 2 Bedroom, 1 bath, In City; 24.Hour Service .
11..111.142to. need mixture per month. Write BJD, c/o frame, on la..lof,nice house 4.770J 8 ...,..;..., am
Pour sesame : ....
Telegraph, P. O. Drawer A, Phone 964-8641 sun.".'r'
cucumber Chill
over Starke. lip .n. _
thoroughly. Serve 6. 3 bedroom home In C ity. 1

bath, kitchen living dinkyNice SERVICE I


k Or A. large" CB !house. 2 bed- .
FOR A STRONG ; rooms-1 bath, very large living HARFRED AUTO
f, WHOLENEW room. Large family room not
na completed. Just outside city1Lnita Keystone Heights

PROGRAM IN : ., on paved road. Lot 1-1/2 509 E*. University

'. ROOF acres. For Futher Information Gainesville 377-4373



VOCATIONALFFA |. Pboor H4-OW.I". tn-'m.. PHONE 964-7826 Register Oil Co. well OUT cleared OF STARKE land, 2 two bed acres room

fliway wl'Sopt/l 421 W. MADISON ST.' frame dwelling', deep well,

,',"'" : ATHLETICS ACADEMICS; raj*I! ; I I iwi.-vr aKr( aia .A r STARKE, FLORIDA for plumbing$10.000.00.Three completely. furnished

bed room frame nouse,

1 BULLDOZER WORK ,fu's: m n* from SAW bath Price, far.$8,000.00.A.J. ... In. good 'erpair'

''I E Yiri Irrtllig AH Cltarlai. Syrtti Llatmk) Service It Our'Po, Thomas. Realtor '


-That'sthe NO CHAISE FOft MOVING IN room home 2 baths den, Uvt "
style of this scootabout 3 Repessed And I Ing room, dining room Utility
dress In pure cotton knit. A ( t. room, garage, central )heat i
turtleneck top in stoplight No Job; ,, Too Small Used.Mobil. Home a/c, wall to wall carpet and
II red Is paired off with a stove. Raiford Road.Call weekdays

swinging skirt in a multicolored CALL 964-S951 Easy 6:30 8:30.'Saturday, &
patch plaid. In MarcreslKnitting Sundays 8 to 7 Mi
p.m. p.m.
Ai.. '
(Pd. P.1. = Mill. cotton, it's a '
Beaux Age_design. Aim' 5 P. *. ..Hwy..100'w..,>_ Slerke 944-MM. tl 7387, --2tp 9/29 .

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